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MRS. WIJ_I.lAM II. WllITI. wlll en-.
tortalu nt. carda thls afternoon al. 4 o'clock ln her home, 808 Weat Franklin Htreet, ln honor of nor Alfllct. Mra. rjhurlCB Mlaughter, <}t Nor rulh, who arrlvrrl Tuesday to bo Mrs. Whlte'B guest ior about two weeks. Tho drawlng rooms wlll bc decornte'd ln Ainerk'Hii Boau'ty roaca, palms and n'/nl.as, fc'ix lablon of brldgo will bc .?MgHRCMl. AmotlK Mrs. U'lilte'a guests wlll bo nmtiy of her former frlends, who rc ?iiiemb.r ifer ho well nn Mlss I.mina liray, ono of tho uiost popular and at iractlv. girJH of a ftfrmor dny in Rlch* inotid. i oloiilnl Dniiii-i To-IJnj'. The meetlng of the Colonlal uaiues to rio hold thls al'ternbon nt l o'clock Iu the parloru of Woman's Club Is of tiuuKuul Intercst to tlie members on nccoAiht of a I'oveuunt to be inml. be? tween tho different hlstorloul soeletlcs. II ls hoped that all the mombcrfl wlll i>r< presont. llri'P Iltui lt mit MoHtr-xen. Oii Saturday afternoon al the Deep itiin Hunt Club tuo following lndlc3 wlll recclve at tho reception att.r the run: Mrs. Wllllam II. Whlto, Mrs. John D, Potu, Mrs. .1. T. Anderaon, Mr3. Coloman Wortham, Mrs. A. .1. Mon Irfgue, Mlss .lulla Joynes, Mlaa Carollne'. Armlstead, aliss Helen .unner, Mlsa Dudley >'ov/er? and Mlss Edlth Tay? lor. The hunt wlll meet at Roseneath at 3:30 on Suturday. Wornnn's BxeliHiiKf. AU mimbers of the e\ecuti\e board of the Woman's Hxchnnge are request efl to be presont at a board meetlng to be held to-day fl-'rldayj at noon In the exchange building. ' .Mr*. Ilnrnrooti ni Receju.tuii. * Mrs. .loliu II_:wood, Jr., who I.; the gu.st uf her mother, Alr*. S. V. Wll? klns, ln Portsmouth, attended a re? ception glven by _-.v. and Mra. Robert Hobertson m honor of Mlsses O.xle and Pansy Niemeyer, of St. l-oults. The reception, 'whlch was a brllllant affair, was glven just after the rehearsal for , the ilartln-iNleineyer weddlng. Tho ontiro house was brllllanlly dec rifated, whlte und green belng the color schoine. In the dlnlng-room a crystal /ug of whlte carnattons and aaparagua fern surroiir.dcd by smllax fornietl le centre pleces for the table, whlch was oversnadowed by a canopy of green and electric llghta. The br.dc's nnd groom's cakes were at elther end of the tatle. A-ter the guest-. left the brldal party trled their luok ln cuttlng the weddlng cakes. Mlss Alice Toomer cut tho rlng; the money was found i.y Mlss Par.sy Niemeyer, the thlmble f.-ll to Mlss EmniV Martln. und Ftev. IVinbroke Reed found tho rlng in the frroom's cake. Mrs. itoberlson was asslst.d in re < i-lving by Ml*s Dlxle Niemeyer, Miss I'ansy Nlemeyc a. ' Mr. James Green Martln. The coffee urn was preslded ore. by Mrs. Monroe Nasn. nnd choeolale served by Mrs. Chaurfier WIkkk. The brldal party was present, and coiislstcd of MU-e* houl.^e Niemeyer. l.uwia Steveris Martln. Alice Toom t-r. Mary Hunter. Mary Clark. Uda Martln and Pansy IWemeyer, Messrs. T:. M Hughes. Jr., R. W. Wnldrop. i John Oordon, George sargi-ant. <.,.,;!??- Iluxne and Rev. Pembrokej tteeil and Mr. John Guy. Th- brldeis-j -. ....~.|- -**r_ asslsted in serving byf Mlssea IVInnlfred Wattlt, Marparctj Nli-ni.-..-er. Vlrginta and Dorettls Wlgg.! Dorohly Robertson, Alma Elam. Annie Mac nobe'rt-.ori, Ellzabeth Martln and Mrs. Carroll Graves. llitiieocl:?tosliy. The weddlng of Miss Gaie Cosby, of ;-:.mv Kent, to Mr. John Hancock, for tn.rly a rcsldent of Itichmond, but now engaged ln buslness in Burlington. N. C, was qulctfy eelebrated last Wed? nesday in Ralelgh. tho Rev.. Montrent offlciating. The brlde was unattended. Hor gown waa of brown cloth. tallot^l. Mr. and Mrs. Hancock left at once for R*Southern trlp, afte.' whlch they will be at homo in Burlington. Mr*. and Mlsa Illock ut Home. Mrs. Henry Block and Mlss I.lllle 11. Block wlll be at home to thelr frlends on the evening of Janunry 10th, from 9 untll 1\ o'clock. l-tcrrstlng Musical. At an entertaininent glven recently ?t Sussex Courthouse, for the beneflt of tho Bethel Methodlst Eplscopal Churoh, Mlss Sallle Reed Meacham. of Petersburg, and Dr. V'ulden A. Thorn? ton, of Sussex, prently dellghted their audience wlth musical selectlons on the vlolln and plano. Mlss.Xontse ClemenB reclted a selec tlon from "Plckwlck Papers" and Mlss Bolte Mosb, -who has a deep soprano voice, i rendered "Slng Me to Sleet>," and several othor popular gongs. JVoirls "Drady. The -weddlng or Mlss Mary Rawlings Brady. daughter of Mr. ajtd Mrs. J. H. Brady, of St. Paul Street, Baltlmore, to Mr. Josoph Parker Norrls, Jr.. of Fhlladolphla. took place at noon on Tuesday at St. Ignatlus's.< Cathollc Church, ln Baltlmore. Rev. F. X. Brady performed '. the ceremony. The bcido woro a directoire Kown of whlte satln trimmed wlth rose polnt lace, wlth tulle voll, and her bouquet was of whlte orchlds and 111 ie.. ot the valley. So .was given In mar? rlage uj her father. Mlss Katharine Brady, slster of the brlde, was maid of honor, and wore a gown of palo blue s.atln, wlth a Charlotte Corday hat of blue, and carrled whito roses Ivory Soap?it keeps tbe country clean. There is no e^ggera tion about this state? ment. It is a fact. Neariy every grocer sells Ivory Soap., Neariy every well-to-do Ameri can family uses it; for the bath, for the toilet or in the laundry?for the finer things. Ivory Soap 99 ?_W8o Per Cent. Pure. M-MPCNA ^pnWWJT|)? CI.CANS j SPECIAL! Sale Announcement ' Our entire fftock of Winter Cloaks and heavy apparel is offered, regard less of value, in order not to carry them over to next season, including Coats Furs Sweaters KnittedWear fWOMEN'S < MISSES' (CHILDREN'S fMINKS <LYNX (.FOX fWOMEN'S i MISSES* tCHlLDRENS ("UNDERWEAR < GLOVES I.TOQUES We offer this merchandise when you need it the moit. It js a timely opportunity, because- two months of the coldesT: weather is yet to come. .waa ?/?/fv Vv' l! MISS ANjVl- PEXX_.Wfl.Ij CAHAI.I.. Wliit hn- hrcii _flrct.il hj- li'ivrrnur l.?-:i. of llrlnwnrc, tu cbrlsten th. bnt tlr ihlp Mrlavrarr. which iilll l>_ Iniincheil nt -Newport Vtm ou K.hni iirj III li, Is n ?Immlilrr nf Dr. l.iinTriirr St. < nlitill iiml ln a grrudunte of n Vlr crlnln inlli-tliiir iiifftltullon. and hyacinths. Tlie brldesmaids? Mlss Mary Clare Warlng, Mlss P.ebecca Norrls Leverlngi Miss Mary l_. H. Willl., all of -.nltimoro; Mlsa Hanna Willard Taylor, of WashUigton?wore directoire gowns of whlte jchlffon, trimmed wlth gold, and hats to match, and carrled Brlde.muitl roses. J-'?ir MIm McCrone. An uttractlve party was glven on Friday night to Mlss Jean McCrone, of No. _2 South Flrst Street, by the Mlssea Bossle Cummins, Kannlc P(alley and Helen Penlck. Mlss Margaret O'Brien preslded at the punch bowl, and Mr. Ranioa acted as toastmaster. The young people engaged In gam.s and danclng, and later supper was served ln the dinlng room. whlch wan beau llfully decWated In red and green. Guests were Mlss McCrone, Miss Cummins, Mlss Cummins, Mlss Penlck, Mlss Marle Cummins, Mlss May Mc? Crone. Mlss Oladys Robinson, Mtss Wil? lie Mool-e ;- -.1 Mlss Margaret O'Brien; Messrs. Ra is, Goddin, McKay, Willie Moser, Itar.-r Danner. Edward Fllz gerald and l/ottls O'Brien. I'crisonnl Mcutlon. Mlss Zelle Minor, who has been the guest ot Mrs. Robert Patterson, of Philadelphla, ln a trlp to. Blacksburg, Va., to spend the holidays wlth Mlss Jane Mlnor, has returned home. Mrs. James C. Martln, who has been quite sick at her apartment at the Chesterfield, is lmprovlng. Mlss Paxton. of Natural Brldge, ls the guest of Mrs. Anne Branch Cabell, at her home, No, 1509 Grove Avenue. Mlss Rebocca Carter and Mrs. Sophle Cartor, of Loudoun county, who are well Known hero in Richmond, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .T. Armlstoad Carter, ln Park Place. Norfolk. Mr. Wllllam Hayes, of Detroit, who spent the holidays wlth hls mother, Mrs, James Hayes, in Richmond, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mra. F. W. McCullough, at "The Plnes," In Norfolk. Mrs. F. W. McCullough, ot Norfolk, who has been vlsitlng her mother, Mrs. Hayes, here, has returned home. , Dr. M. O. Burke, who has been vliitt Ing relatives at hls former homo ln Alabama. has returned to the elty. Hon. James Alston Cabell ls at home after a trlp to Abbevllle, s. C, and'to his plantatlon, not far from that place. Miss Ellzabeth Brander left for Nor? folk yesterday, "where she wlll spend several -weeks with Miss Madge Drum mond. Mrs. C. TI.jl.bb-,'of Charlotte Court? house, has been aummoned to Rloh mond on account of the lllness of her sister, Mlss Mary Eggleston. i Mr. Stewart MoBryde, of Frcderleks burg. has returned to Richmond to're sumo his studles at tho Medical College of Virginia, after spending the holi? days with hls parents tn hls old home. Mrs. Charlos Pettlt is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. TI, Selden Taylor. Mr. J. E. Eckcnrode haa returned from a vislt.to Frodorlcksburg. Mlas Jean Cooke, of Norfolk, is in Petersburg to attend the annlversary reception of Mr, and Mrs. Townsend. ' tiertnnu at l.entl.?villc. [Spoclal to Tha Tlmcs-Dispatch. 1 Ilf.ATI-ISVfM.1., VA., January 7.? The Now Year german givon by tha M. M. M. M,'? of Heathsville -was a Huceeas, and was quito largely attond eci... Among those presont were tho MTssoh Loulse. Marguerlte and Marie Bluudpn and Nettle Falmep, atr, and Mrs. Creighton, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Edwards, and Messrs. Cox, Harry Car? ter. Graham, Stoneham, Fitz and Cv Hardlng, Robert Moore, Dr. Blight " Harrlson. Gordon, Rob and Howell IBIundon; Mlsses G.nevieve. Margaret and EssiO .Smlth, Maud und Irone Nelrh., Ainia Brent, l.eah KIcc and Annie KhlHey; Messrs. E. Hugh Smlth, Paul Puscy, Otis Shlrley, Fred, Robert and Willie Brent, Stuart Snow. Cla rence Ktchardson and Dr. Meudi- S. Brent, of Richmond, Sbephrrd?McMlnmiirn. [Special to The TlmtK-Dltpalcli.l HAMPTON, VA., January 7.?One or the most brilliant soclety eventa of the wlnter season here wab the mar? rlage this afternoon of Miss Mary Mc Mlnamen and Flrst Lieutenant Wllllam Henry Shepherd, Unlted States Army. The weddlng took place in 'Annlsfa'l." the beautiful home of the late James McMlnamen, on Hampton Roads, at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. Father Wlltiori. rector ot .St. Mary's Star of the Sea Cathoilc Church. at Old Polnt, was the offlciat ing clergyman. Lieutenant Huijtley, of Fort Meyer attended the groom aa best man.and.Miss Margaret&chmelz was the maid of honor. The brldesmalds were Mlsses Margaret Kimberly. of Old Point; Miss Ros. Parramore of thls city. and Mlss Lola Shepherd, of Wash? lngton. Messrs. Janies McMlnnmen, John .McMlnamen and Lieutenant John j Shepherd. of WashinRton were th* j groomsnien. Mlss McMlnamen wore a ? gown of whlte sllk, and carrieil li.lle. iof the valley. : Although th*re were no carda issued to the marrlage here, the weddlng was j attended by a brilliant assembly ot so jclefy folk from Fort Monroe. Richmoni. ?Xew-port News, Hampton and Norfolk. iMiss Emma Clarke, of Richmond. waa ! among the guests. ? Miss Mary McMlnamen is one of the ! most cliarmlng young glrls on the Vir? ginia Peninsula. She is a nlece of Messrs. Henry Lane and G. A. Schmclz. tlie wealthy banlters here. Lieutenant Shepherd formerly ltved in Norfolk. but is now statloned with the Thlrd Fleld Artillery at Fort Meyer, Va. ... Lieutenant and Mrs. Shepherd left this evening for the North on an ex tended brldal tour. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. H. L Bchmelz gave a reception and dance io the brldal party ln thelr home here. ??-r I.Binpley?MoLetin. [Special to Tbe Tlmee-DUpatch.] WADESBORO, January 7.?The hom. of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McLean was the scene of a very pretty home weddlng at _.:_(> yesterday afternoon, when Mlss Mary McLean, slster of Mr. M. TL Mc l.cfin, becante the wife of Mr. Robert Lampley. Onlv the immediate family and a few intlmate frlends wltiiossed the ceremony. Rev. T. W. Chamblis., of the Baptlst Church, was the ofilciat ing clergyman. U'rbh?Clark. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlepatch.] FREDERICKSBURG, VA., January 7.?Charles Page Webb and Miss Lettie M. Clark, both of Spotsylvanla county, were marrled at the Methodlst parsou age at/Spotsvlvanla Courthouse, Rev. [Dr. George TI. Ray officlatlng. ? ? Ferrell?Peyton. FREDERICKSBURG. VA.. January 7.?Mr. John E. Ferrell and Miss Jean nctte Peyton, both of King Georga countv, were, marrled ln Alexandrla, Rev. P. P. PHilllps officlatlng. Don't Blame -Your Stomaeh When Wlthout Exertlun or Cost You (nn Knjoy Mcnls nud Cure llynprp.lll.. Don't blame your stomaeh or your luck when your. meals declare war oh" your system. When the stomaeh won t do its work It ls because it cannot. When foul smelllne; odors come from your stomaeh, when i..e head aches and the sourness of mouth every morn? ing makes you hato your breakfast. when t dreams and nightmaro assail you, don't glve up the flght. This ls the appeal of nature, and it should be heard. Overeating, late suppers, poorly chewed food, too rlch pastrles and un derdone cooking are some of the causes of tho stomach's ill health. When the stomaeh is busy, it presses and churns all the llquld matter from fooil nnd wlth its juices dissolves Into llquid form or pulp everything whicii comes into lt. lf such food be poisonous lt effeets the juices. attacks tho stomaeh, goes Into the blood and weakens the entlro system. Stuart's Dyspepsla Tablets wlll dlgest a full meal easily wlthout material assist.ance from the stomafch. They will restock .the gastric ftuid with all'tho elemonts needed. They bulld up tho blood, destroy sour taste, bad. breath, belchlng, stomaeh and bowel trouble and quickly restore nutural condltlons. One graln of Stuart's Dyspopsia Tab lots will dlgost 3,000 gralns ot food In tho stomaeh or.ln a glaas vlal wlthout ald rof the human dlgestlve apparatus. The niethod of Stuart's Dyspepsla Tablets are the methods of nature. They contaln every requisite for tho stomaeh a,nd dlgostion. After a moal one of these llttle tablets when lt en ters the stomaeh' mlngles wlth the juices, attacks the food and dlgests it. It removes the fermontod and decayed mass. lylng stagnant there and eases the stomaeh nt once. lt. is wholly a question for yon to solve. Tour druggist wlll furnlsh Stu? art's Dyspepsla Tablets BOo the box. pr send us your name nnd address an.l wo wlll seiul.you a trlal paekuge free, Address F. A. Stuart Co? 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mlch, BOTH SISTERS ARE ACQUITTED SI5TER ARE FREE After Eighteen Hours' Delibera tion Jury Acquits Them of Killing Politician. MED1A, PA., .lanuary 7?Mrs. Flor enco M. Erb, wife of Oaptain -J.4 Clay ton Erb. who was well-known ln po litical clrcles all over Pennsylvanla and hei''slster, Jlrs. Catharino Belsel who were chargod with the sensutlona murder of Captain Erb on the nighi of October 6, 190S, to-day walked fron the Delaware county coilrthouse frei women. After the jury had beon ou neariy eighteen hours it brought ln i verdlct of not gullty in the case of eacl woman, both of whom had been charged ^eparately and jointly with thi shootlng. ' Almost up to the moment when thi jury announced that lt haa agreed, th< prospects for a unanlmous decision o: the twelve men was not brlght. Dur? lng the morning the jury filed lntc court and asked for further Instruc tlons on the question of self-defenso and whlle the spectators were stll standlng in the court room dlscussinj the lnstructlons glven to the jury, word came from the jury room that tlu men had agreed. The defondants were sent for at once but there was a nnnute's delay bofon they arrlved. Durlng this heart-break Ing interval tho defendants* attorney. were so nervous they could not remaii stlll. When tho foreman announcei the verdlct of acquittal, there was i second's pause, a dead sllenco, ant then. wlth a half scream, the slsters fell in each other's arms. Women wep as they looked at the pathetlc scene ln an Instant the women were sur roundod by thelr frlends and attorneys and overwholmea with congratulatlons 'FUch Annual Ileport. [Special to Tlie Tlmcs-Dl.patch.] V RALEIGH, Ni Ci January 7.?Chair? man W -A. Blalr, Winston-Salem, oi the State Board of Chalrlties, was here to-day and I'llcd wlth the Governor tlu annual report of tho board for the Gen? eral Assembly. H doals wlth all thi State instltutlons, including uountj homes, convict camps, and ls of unusua longth.- It declaros that thero has beoi marked lmprovement ln the manage n.'ont of the Htato-Instltutlons, all be Ing ln much better condition now thai ever before. Each county ts treatec as to condltlon-.of jails, convict eanipi ahd homes for the Indlgent. A notable recominendatlon the boart makes is that iu.the appolntment ol boards of diroctors to Stato Instltu? tlons tho terms of offlco bo arrangoi ao tliat changes of porsonnol will b< graduul instead of eutlro boards bolu_ appointed at o.nq tlme,. and all terms oi oi'fico oxplrlng at the samo tlme. Chnrlrrs Grnnlcd. [Sprclnl to Tho TlmeB-Dlsiiatclu] RALEIGH. N. C, January 7.?Throc chartors wero granted to-dny by the Secretary of ' Stato: Tho TJiilvorsa; Vendlng Machlne Company, Reldsvlllo capltal $20,000, for doveloplng a patenl slpt-machlno; R, .1. Morrlson, prluclpui Irleorporator; Iho Gatling Cofflu aiui Caskot Conipany, Ellzabeth City, capl? tal J2COO0, by J. C. Gatling and oth ors, and tho J. L. Kultlo Cuiupativ, ol Shelby, capltal ?G0,00V| to<- murcautllc bu.lnoss, MRS. CATHEHINE nEISEL. Tliry were e'-nrffeil wlth the kllllnit or Cnptnln .1. Clnylon Erb,, tbc Plilhi ilelpliln polltlchin, nt hl. Imine. "Ited Gablex," nt Mrdlii. it niihurli of iMilln dclphla. Ietectiiie m Load of Shot Sent Crashing Into Room of Man Working on Murder Case. / [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlnpalcti.1 RALEIGH. N. C? Janunry 7??An un. successful attempt was made. by an un known person early to-dny In Durham to assaaslnato Detectlve John W. Ash* burn. who caused the arrest ln De? cember last of Rpiiben Barbee, a well j known rVsldent of that city. on a i charge of the murder of Engineer J. ' A. Holt. who was shot and killed on hls cab a few days before. The detectlve | was In his room, nnd had gotten up ? before dawn and turned on the llght. 'when a load of shot erashed through i tho ' window, flred from the outside. j None or the shot took effect. Ashburn say he saw a man leave and pass out of sight around the corner. The detectlve ha.. been working on the I tmicder case, slnce the crlme was com Irnlt.ed. nnd Reitben Bnrbeo was yesfer t day rearrested at tlie Instance of the [grand jury, aml is now In Jall, though he had been dlscharged from custody two weeks ago by the Mayor after a i preilmlnary hearlng. i . -? ; ASS1STANT FOll ATTOUXKY-GI..V. j Thnt Wlll De One of Kealnrcs of Pro? posed Mensure. [Special to The Tlmcs-DI_patch.] RALEIGH, N. C, January 7.?Pena I tcr J. ?'. Mannlng, of Durham, de j olures his tntentlnn to Introduce in tlie | Legislature at an early dato a bill I materJally enlarging the powers of the I Attorney-General of North Carollna and provldlng an asslstant whose sal? ary shall be $2,600. The present as? slstant is only for tho term that ex I plres next Tuesday. there belng no I provlslon for an asslstant for tho term of, Mr. Blckett, who succeeds Attorney General Giluier al that tlme. Senator Mannlng's blll ls dosighed to glve addl j tlcnal power to tho Attorney-General, j so that he may examine Into the busl i ness inethods of nny corporatlon as to whether they are conformlng to the antl-trust laws nf the State. make it necessary for the Attorney-General to approve all petltions for chartera and amendments for corporatlons before I granted by the Secretary of Stato. i I'lirthermorc. it would make tho At? torney-General the legal ndvlser of tho Corporation Comniission and attorncv of rccotd in all suits In which tho Cor? poratlon Commisslon Is a party. Reformalory Ready. RALEIGH, N. C, January 7.?-Gover? nor Glonu to-day issued hls formal proclamatlon declarlng tha Reformn tcry ready for the reception of youth ful crimlnals, and notlfylng presidlng offlcers of courts that they have au? thorlty to 8entenco to the school all pc-rsons under the age of slxteen. The Keformatory ls ln Cabarrus county near Concord. .SAIiLOW COMPLE.YIO.V Chaiigcd tu Rutldy Glow. No one llkes a sallow, muddy com plexion. Many who are so attllcted do not reallze that tho dally consumptlon of eofteo is likely tho cause. Coffee contains a drug?caffelno? which so Irritates the nerves of th. stomaeh that food is not properly di gestod and thnt causes bad blood. It weakens, by lts after effecrs, the heart and lungs so that the full amount of llfe-givlng oxygen is not taken into the lungs, and that is an? other cause of bad blood. It^is oft-n tho cause of sallow complexion aiid ner.vousness also. "Durlng the past year." writes a Coun. lady, "l found that I was graclu ally growlng liorvous through somo unknown cause. I was peevlsh aml restless, and my complexion had thnt sallow, dlsagreeablo -color\soon in do bllltatcil peoplo and nervovs dyspep'i tlcs, "Durlng thls time coffee wns my chluf beverage nt every uioal. Havlng boon for muny years a cohstant user of Grape-Nuts, I had road "Tho Road to Wollvllle." and becoming Interested in Postum, I doclded to try it in place of c off oo. "Tho result was gratifylng and suc uossful In every respectJs. It seeiticd that miracles wero performed ln that flrst week, my sallow complexion gradunlly giving way to a healthy, rudtly gjlow, and my nerves folt rested nnd nt ease, "ln n short tluip my wholo system fclt rojuvonutod, nud | wus ln iliio splrits. U ls needloss to say that from t.hat tlmo tn thls Postum hns always had lts placo uu tho puntry shelf along wlth tho famous Grape-Nuts.' "Postum, when mado accordlng to dlrectlons on the pkg., has a rlch, tasty Ilavour, und leaves nn invlgorating ef? fect whlch ls .o'dlff.ront from tho lau guld after foellng ot tho eoi'foo drink or." "Thore's a Reason." [ Name glvqn by Postuiil Co? tiatt'i. Croek, Mlch, Road "Tho Road to Woll vlllo," Iu pkgs, Ever read tll?. ulutvc l.Utirt A uexv one iippciir.s rrom fluie t<, tlmo, They nre Kciiiiiiic, (inc im,! (,,i| ol' iiiliUhil llllll-sl. ns gtffljgl Invites You Friday and Saturday Vou understand, don't vou? Well, it's bargains. Bargains ar, J. B. M*sby & Cb.'s have just ONE BIG DEFTNTTE MEAN ING. Tlie very best iue.cl.nVlisc at a price LESS THAN IT'S WORTH. Tliat's what interests people, and wc, know it., Read what wc offer you for Friday and Saturday. Wc have' what we advertise. P.ring this "Ad:'' with you?-it will help yon to sho|). .1.000 NICE SILK REMNANTS", 2. 2.4,-) a. 3.., 4, ik. n up to io ,-ard,. pinin , Marked at Less Than HALF Value. and tJiney.) 1,200 DRESS GOODS REMNANTS, -j yalds.' Every stviish cioth'and nov?r Marked at Less Than HALF Value elty...,.?.J LISTEN!' In order to clean up the entire lot 011 Friday and Saturday we'll givc you a 10 PER CENT. REDUCTIQN on each and every rcmnant vou buy. TAKE ADVANTAGE. IT'S FOR YOU. Four Week-End Dollar Savers) ._.-. Au-wooi piaids.........; Your Choice 49c a Yard .00 and 11.25 Black Goods... *UUl ^"VIVC *-VV a I<UU One lot $1 One lot tl 4 pleces 78c -0-lnch Black Taffeta One lot 75c Rough Silks THREE SPECIALS in Finest Linen Square Pieces.. These are hemstltched. with exquisite IN-WORK. .It's real Jap hand worlc, too; prcttiest. neatest and best of all. Note size, VALUE, PRICE. / . . (1-lnch, 9..25 KIND) WEEK-END. OOc Aor.en Il-lncli, 92.50 KIXDi WEEK-END..91.25 ilnicit l^-lnch, 93.00 IvINDl WEEK-END.91.SJ1 dor.en Two Second-Floor Items. Don't MJm Tbem?They Are Too Good. Just 12 $30.00 Suits left from last seaHOii. Tuo colorx, navy and brown. Great e..( value In Kichmnnd.' $7.98 50 COATS'. Good styles. 50 Inches long. Well tallored and rlght colors. Sold for $7.50 to' $10.00. : J31 u u 111 ? 11 r .> $4.98 Third Floor. Don't fail lo visit it. You'll miss good thiiigs if vou don't. PICK-OUTS for.the week-end: ' \ 2S Imltatlon Orlental | JUST EIGMT I.EFT.? j 3UST FOUR t.Ef-T.? Rugs. Hize _7?54; $1.00 j.IReverHlMe^ Bn^ejs.^e I SIze .xi_,,0r,enta!. IVk kind; whlle they last, j only Velght of them, so I wo'll say $2.39 $5.98 a $35.00 Rug. Don't wait. Tltere's only four, $19.98 Come to our Weelv-Fnd Sale. It's time and money well spent. FRIDAY-J.B.Mosby&Co.?- SATURDAY JUUICICIKEI SERIES PURPOSE ! North Carolinian Gets Drunk and ! ' Drug Clerks Are Haled Into Court. [Bpeclal to Tho Tims.-Dlspatch.] WILMINGTON, N. C, January 7.?? Since prohlbition went Into effect here the lld is on bo tlght that lt haa com menced to squee/.e the tlruggists on the sales of proprlelary medlclnes. Adrian Elvlngton and Ben Cottle, clerks in tho drug establlshment of R. R. Bel hitny. a brother of e.v-Congre-ssman Bellamy, and the City Attorney. were liomut over to the hlgher court by the Mayor to-day for selllng Jamaica ein I ger to a young white man, who claims he got drunk on' it. The tlruggists I are coinplalnlng over such a construo j tlon ot the law. The authorltles havo forblddon local drugglsts selllng olther whlskey or alcohol, even on a physi clan's prescrlption. | GEOLOGIST MAKES IlEI'OHT. Work Alnuic Muny I.Incs of Vnltic to State Belng Pronectited. [Special to Tha Tlmea-Diapatoh. 1 RALEIGH, N. C., January 7.?At the annual meotlng of tho Stato Board of Geological Survey, just held hero, tho report and roconnnednatlons of State Geologlst Joseph ll^de Pratt were adopted lnvolvlng a general prosecu tlon of the special work Qf tho depart? ment ln co-operatlon wlth countles In making maps Invaluahle in road Int provement and work of school super intendents, furnishlng expert advlce ns to road building and promoting and protecting forostry. The report shov.fs the deflnite work In establlshlng forest preservntion with tlie Income-tlerlved from lt on scientlfic basls, in a number of countles wlth a view to perpetua< Ing the l'orests for proflt, notable coun? tlea contalnlng theso forests bolng Co? lumbus, Bladon, Boaufort and Camdoti. Thero Is cornpleted and in the hands of tho prlntcrs a completo presentu tlon of tho untlerground water supply of the -eastern slope of the Stato that It Is expeeted wlll prove to be ono of tho most valuablo geological papora over gotten out for North Carollna. Thls Is by Dr. Pratt. Tho commisslon also recelved the ro? port ot Plsh Commlsslonor Theodorn Meeklns and adopted resolutlons urs> Ing the Legislature to provlde for prl vato cultlvatlon of oysters as a buro way of Inoreaslng tho oyster resources of tho State and really of inbreaalnj? the publlc oystor rocl.s and Inoroaslnsy tho goneral ylold; also a caroful en forepnipnt of tho closod season. laws, so oysters may get thelr growth uti molested. Members of tho gontop-lool hoaiM here for tho meetlnsr were H. E. -Frlee Wlnston-Slalein: Frank Wood. Eden ton, and F. L. Howett. Ashcvllle. T...BOR tS NEEDED. Fnctorlo.. mul FIcIiIm of North Carollua Ci-yltiK for TIolp. [Ri)*c|nl to TlioTlntcn-nispatch.T RALETGIT.. N. C? .Tanuary ",?Tn hls lottor of transmittal submlttlng hls nn ntial report to tho Governor, Copintls slonor Vnrner. ot tho Penartinent of Labor nnd Prlntlng. says that tho stn llstlos and reports show tliat tho' Stato Is stlll exporlanolrig a stoadv Induslrt.l growth, that wnges have boen mnln talncd. und that the educatlonal and moral advance and envlronmont of piti ployos aro better than over bofoi'o, The must omnhallc neod Is labor ln factory and flold, thls acuto noert, ln the. mills hplng tho only toniptntlon to the vlo Irstion of tho "chlld labor law," whl.-ii ls approvod by over !>0 por cent. of maruifncturoi't! and only oh.loctod to liy uunatural paronts, Tho contnilsslonor I'Cconimonds en forcomont nnd gradual oxieiinliin of fac? tory labor laws as to 8$o of eUil.r.ai [and hours of work, a law looking to | tlie compulsory educatlon of all chll Idren of school age, eiicotirngement ot ! Immigration of the right sort and ii I creased aiiproi>riation for tho Uepart ment. The work of the department has been more than rtouhlpd, Mr. Varner says, and ln common justice the salary of the commissioner Hliould. be at least $2,500, aml that of his asslstant $1,500. Tho coinmlssloner now gets $1,500. It Is noted in tlie lettor that the Leg? islature of 1907 Increased the salarle. and- clerical appropriatlon ot every de j partment savc thls. The commissioner pays a hlgh tribute to tlie work of hls asslstant, M. L. Shlnman, the commts sioner-elect, who. ho say*. has earriert on ln tho maln tho work of the offUo .rom which he now retlres. OASTORXA. fceari th. _-__?ltl9 KlI,(l YoU ^m ^m<Z ^"^ |0/lCOtD??6RIPPL. ? . -;cur_l-= II CURES COLDS.GRIPPt. NE.URALGIA. rlf.ADACttEL. ."."'_. WM P P0V1MR_.55 &C0 THE BEST VALUES IN DIAMONDS. C. LUMSDEN & SON Jewelers to the Virginia People 731 Main Street Richmond, Va.. Evening Slippers Rings Engagement, Wedding, Birthday. All of the many fas cinating varieties are here?from the plain gold to the most splendid gem stones. Choosing is an easy matter. You'll be pleasurably surprised at the most reasonable prices. J.T. ALLEN &CO,, Mth and Main Streoti.