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Mn:.. B. H. I-LililNO-TON Wfl.s hoat ews yesterday afternoon at a biitfot iniichcon glven lo lier frlend, Mrn. T. 1'. Adams. Mrs. 3. Alll l>on Tjlodg.a rocelved wlth Mrs. Eltlng lon aud Mrs, Adams. Tlio Vesldcnco on Monument Avc >i_? wns d-coriifcetl in inusses of cut -low.rn and Bt.itlh.rti snillnx, baakots of Rlohiuoitd loses, artlstlo pockols . nticrl wlth Amerlcan Ueaittlea belng .UfitiOlid.d ln tlio litt.il. In lhe front iliawlug room tlio uolors v.lilto nnd wlBlarla w.ro us_d, i_lat.ues ot vlo l.-ts and whlto .roses oiuaiiioiitlng tlio inantel aml wnlls, whilo baskets tled wlth fllmy gatlz. rll.l.ons woro at? tached to the clmndellors and door waye. The manlol iu tlie rear parlor was bankod witli ovcrgroens and car naf.iom, tho plnk aiul whlto of tho blo'asoms belng sharply outllncd against tho green background. In the dltiiiig room ni.htnond rosos ?nd llllen of tho valley formed tlu*. centreplece, from tho mldst of whloh >'.s*. a high-handled baskct holdlng a Khowcr of lllics. Rails ot tha roses Atispcnded hy rlbbons of lhe same fhaelo fell from the chandeller Into tlio ba.ket. Tho liuncli bowl, presldcd over by Alrs. Robert Whltehur.t and Mrs. Wil llamson Ta.lcy. waa enelrcled wlth roses. Asslsting Mrs. Ellington were Mrs. C. H. Guy, Mrs. O. II. Funsten, Mrs. Itobert G. Thornton, Mra. B, M. Hoad loy, Mrs. Anton II. Thlermann, Mrs. "Wllllam H_ Nelson, Mrs. Carlton Jack? son and Mrs. Knox Wllson. 1'rni.r-Vnn Renuaelacr. A1 weddlng of Intercst to a. large number of Vlrglnlans wlll tako place on Fobruary 23d ln Washlngton. when Mlsa Ellcabctl. Kcnnedy Van Rennsc laar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van T-.nn_ela.er, of Berkeley Sprlnge, XV. Va.. wlll be marrled to Mr. Jamea t'arroll Fraxsr, of Morgan town, W. Va. fcll.B Van Rennselaer ls promlnently lelated to several Virginia famllies, nnd ha. spent soveral wlntcrn in Bal? timore- Mr. Frazer is a leading law %-a.r ln Morgantown. and 13 a member bt the stiff of Governor Dawson. Ilrldge Tournament. Tho thlrd of a delightful series of bridge tournamenls wlll be held tlils evenlng in tho Woman's Club at 8:10 o'clock. Thoso lnt.ndlng to play should inform tho chairman of the antertalnment committee not later than 10 o'clock thls morning. Players are pclvlleged to Invita gentlemen us escorts, or play with other members of the club. They cannot ask ladies resldlng ln the clty who are not club members. Orccaa Itecltal. Tho Junlor Auxlliary of All Salnts' Church wlll glve un organ recltai In tho churcli" on Tuesday evening next at 8:30 o'clock. Mr. Ernest Cosby wlll play. and a delightful program is being planned. ..Iri. llobhn Moxtr .?. Mra. I". H. Hobbs, of Norfolk, was hostoau at a. deltghtfut card party Monday afternoon at her home in Olney Road, complimentary to Mrs. P. N. Bcadlcs, of Danville, Va. There were two l.ibies of bridge, and prizes for tho hlghest scores wero awarued to Mrs. Nathanlol Green and Mlsa Mills. Ta jlor?Fo ?ter. A v.-c-ddln*; of much Interest through? out Virginia was celebrated Wednes? day. when Miss Nan Foster. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Foster. of Roanoke. was marrled to Mr. De Moss Taylor, also of Roanoke. Tho ceremony was performed at the home of tho brlde's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elwood Foster, In Slxteenth Stroet. Washlngton, by the Rev. James Wllllam Ashton, of Olean. K. Y. Thero were no attendants at ithe ? -" ? -i A" Single Can Wlll convtne. you that lt ? truo Aconomy to buy Good Luck Baking Powder _ Tha powder with flna leaven Ing qualities and pure, whote aoroe Ingredlents. Cut coupon from can laoela and savo for valuable pre? miums. The Southern Manufacturing Co., RIOi_OM>. VA. A great many people make the mistaksi of as suming that because Ivory Soap costs only a iew cents a cake, it ''isn't good enough to use for one's'hands and face." Why isn't it? Good materials prop? erly combined, make good soap; and the ma? terials used in the man? ufaeture of Ivory Soap are the best. Ivory Soap 99 *Mq Per Cent. Pure. This Lady Says "I am your frierid," writes Miss W. M. Wiesman, of Dorsey, Hl., "and send you my thanks, for what Cardui has done for me. My health was bad for two years. I suffered dreadful pain in my left side and' headache and fainting spells every month. Since I have used Cardui, I am on the road to Wellville and I cannot say enough in favor of.Cardui." This famous medicine grows more popular every year, and when you have tried it, you will under? stand why its sales are constantly increasing. TAKE It Will Help You O H 143 _ Cardui is a good medicine?for women. It does tHe work. It is pleasant and harmless to take and seems to go to the sick spot and coax it back to health. Headache, backache, sideache,? hundreds of other symptoms of fe? male trouble?have all been driven away by the use of Cardui. Try it. r narrlagc. The brldo wore a travellng iuit of Jieliotrope broadcioth, wlth hut| to match. Only the relatives were firesent at the ceremony. No reception waa held, the bride and brldegrooni leavlng immedlately for the Weat. They wlll _atl from San Franclsco January 30th for Japan, whoro they wlll spend somo months. They wlll llve ln Roanoke on thelr return from the Orlent. l-'reneh?Brorrn. A qulet weddlng was celebrated on Tuesday afternoon ln the home of Mr. and Mrs. John C, Brown, near Wythe? ville. when their daughter. Graco, be? came tho wlfe of Mr. Guy Fronch, of Bluefleld, W. Va. Rev. W.l II. Troy performed the ceremony. Thero were no attendants. Immedlately after the wedding cere? mony, which took place at noon, lun? cheon was served In the dtning-room, whlch had been prettlly decorated for the occasion. I..-1.1?Hoffumn. A weddlng of much Interest to Vlr^ ginia soclety took place Monday saw noon. when Mlss Ilenrlctta Mactier Hoffman, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Curzon Hoffman, was marrled to John Walter Lord, son of the late C. K. Lord. The ceremony was perrormed at 1203 St. Paui Street, Baltlmore, the home of the bride, by Rev. Kdwin B. Nlver, of Christ Church. Owlng to mournlng ln the family of- tho brlde groom, tho weddlng was a qulet one, and only the famllies and relatives were Invited. ProETcaalre Euchre. Among tho guests at a delightful euchre party given by Mrs. Martin and] Mlss Lizzle Rennolds ln Fredericks-, burg were Mesdames B. H. Warner, of Washlngton; Rlchard Oibson, of Alex? andrla: W. T. Burrell, of Norfolk; D. D. Wheeler, Clarence R. Howard, G. W. Shepherd, Jr., E. J. Smlth. XV. G. Hern don. A. Randolph Howard, J. Stans bury Wallace, J. N. Barney, M. M. Lewis, XV. D. Cartor, _._ S. Shepherd. W. J. Chewnlng. A. B. Botts, Duff Green, Mlsses Margaret Shepherd, Lula Braxton, Mary Blelght. Edmo C. Fltz? hugh, Annie Braxton, Alice R. Gordon, Lucllla B. Yates, Mary Thompson, Llz? zle Kelly, Mary Green. I'rI.uci-? Weaver. A qulet weddlng took place Tuesday in tho Eplscopal Church ln Harrlson? burg, when Mlss Mary "Weaver antl Mr. Wilbur Palmer were united ln marrlage, the ceremony being per? formed b'y Rev. Dallas Tucker, rector of Emmanuel Eplscopal Church. The weddlng was wltnessed by only a few intimate friends of the contract? ing partles, who had drlven from Port Republlc to be present at the occa? sion. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, who are both from the Port Republlc nelghborhood: left Immedlately after the ceremony for Northern citles on thelr brldal tour. i'craoual Mentlon. Mrs. William Gray left Wednesday nlght to spend some time In Atlanta, Ga., as the guest of hor slsters, Mrs, Fairfax Montague and Mns. Blanton Several entertalnmonts wlll be glven Mrs. Gray duf Ing her etay. in the Georgia capital. Mlss Mary Cloyd, of Pulaski, who I. vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs. Langhome, Ir Richmond, was n, guest at the Woman's Club Monday evening, and was one o: a box party to aee Lllllan Russeil li "Wlldfire." Her aunt, Miss Luoy Cloyd was hostess of the party. Mlss Bertram Tabb ls vlslting hei Hister, Mrs. R. C. Moncure, ln Newpor Nows. Mrs. J. Mason Mlller and Mlss ,Mar garet Miller have returned from al vial to Misses Mary and Betty Miller, o Staunton. Mrs, K. G. -Forsyth. widow of Gen eral A. P. Hill, C. 6'. A., and Mrs. Jarae MacaiUl, hor daughter, attended the ? Jjj_ Lee memorial exercises held ' 1 Lynchburg January 19th. Miss Nannie G. Wlllis, of Fredericks burg. ls opendlng aoma days iwlt Richmond relatives. Mrs. C. M. Hogge is the guest o Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Fltzgerald, of I. an vllle. . Mlss Margaret Tlmberlake, of Staur ton, is in tho olty for a ehort vlslt t frlends hore. Mlss Nellle Ford Is spending tw weeks ,wlth her mother, Mrs. C. i Ford, af Newport News. IMlss/Ida Fllppon and her frlem Mi_a Je'olJts. or Cumberland. jV.u., ai -pendlng the fnojith at 213 East Frank? lin Streot, under the chaperonage of Mrs. Sue F.-Gray. They are charm? ing addlttons to the social life of the _lly. Mrs. John E. Etchlson, Jr.. ls the guest of hor mother-ln-law, Mrs. John Etchlson, 910 Floyd Avenue, for a few days. i Stubbs?Walters. [Special to The Times-DI?patch.] PILOT MOUNTA1N. N. C, January 2i._ No prettfer weddlng has ever taken place in Pilot Mountaln than that of Miss Gertrude Taylor Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal? ter?, antl Mr. Edward Roy Sttibbs, ot Richmond, Va., whlch was solcmnlzed at the 3.L E. Church yesterday morn? ing at 8 o'clock. Before the hour for the marrlage had arrlved a large crowd of Invited guests and frlends had gathered, and at the appointed hour tho strains of "Lohengrin" fllled the ediflce, ren dored by Mrs. Whitmap? of Mt. Alry, N. C. and the brldal party entered. The ushers wero Mr. Hampton E. Ha.en and Mr. Eugene Hughes, of Richmond. Va., and Mr. Lowson Trotter antl Mr. Wlll George, of Pllot Moun? taln. Following tho ushers came the maid of honor and slster of the brlde, Miss Ruby Walters. The groom then entered on the arm of his best man and brother, Mr. Robert Stubbs, ot Richmond. The rlng-bearer was Mas? ter Claud Flippin, and the flowcr girl little Miss Sadie Harrell. The bridc followed on her father's arm. The ceremony was performed by Dr J. H. Brendall. Durlng the ceremony Mrs. Whitman played "Traumerel." Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs left on the 9:2. traln for an extended tour to Washing? ton, Baltimore and other Northern citles. They will then be at home tt their frlends at Wost View, Va. The out-of-town guests were Mr. ant Mrs. Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. Shop pard, of Mt. Alry. N. C; Mrs. Waltei L Adkins, of Bluefield, XV. Va.; Mrs Will W'hitaker, of Elkin, N. C: Mrs Jack Bissett and two daughters, Mlsse: Katie and Llllian, of Ralelgh, N. .C. Mrs. Stafford, of Freis, Va., and Mis, Gertrude Clark, of Brlstol, Tenn. \\ Illlniunbursr German. [Spoclal to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1 WILLIAMSBURG, VA., January 21. The second dance of tho Williamsbur; German Club was given Wednesda; night at tlie' Dirickson Hall. Colone James T. Chrlstlan led somo very beau tiful and lntrlcate flgures'. Refresh ments wero served at 12 o'clock, afte which dancing was resumed until o'clock. Among those dancing were Mlsses Judlth Kemp, of RichmonO Mary Carrington and Ellzabeth Galt, t Norfolk: Llzssle Bryan, of Vorktown; May Nicholson, of Boltlmoro; Sun Mund Icy, .lulln Tylor, Martha hnrin, Vlrglnln Poftchy, Nora Macon, .InttR Thorpf, Kathorino Coddy. Kllon Brirnes, Moiiol Unyllss, Mary Branch. Niinnl.\*?lt.wl'. nnd Latira Sponcer, Emlly Chrlsthiu. Florence antl Oarnotte Hwocney, loft antl Oncld* O'K'eefte, Mossrs. Mcrc?r, Henlt_y R. L. and N. L. Hall, Barnes, Dtekersofi, Ball. Savage, Blrd, Payno, DOld, Etherldg-, Hynson, Spencer, For* guson, Newton, Cohen, Cobb. Hurt, Ty? ler, Klto, Jones, Qeddy, Lowl.i. Warner, Broocks and Koont*. Chaperons: Me? dames Mllos, TIenley, Moncure, Bnlh Barnes and Phillips. ' ? Cheath-iiii?.laehnon. [Spoclal toThe Tlmes-Dispatch. 1 AMELIA, VA., January 21.?-Mr. John Cheatham, of Easley, H. C, and Mlss Jnyno Taylor Jackson, daughtor of Mr. ftnd Mrs. W. C. Jackson, took placo to dny at tho rosldence of her parents. Tho ceremony was performed by Mr. J. R. Rennle, pastor of the Presbyterlan Church, and was witnessed by rela l ttves and frlcntla. -. fnvltntlon. Issued. [Bpeclal to The Timet-Dlapatch.] HIGH POINT, N. C, January 21.? Invltatlons were recelved hero yestcr dnjt readlng a3 follows: Mrs. .latnes Edw^ln I_yon Invltea you to be presont at tlio marrlage of her daughter, Loro, to Atr. Janies Lindsay Ferguson, Wed? nesday, February 3d, 1909, at 4 o'clock, 507 Mangum Street, Durham. ? Dawson?Tucker. [Special to The Titncs-L.lap._tch.* HEATHSVILLE, VA., Jnnuary 21.? .Marrled, ln Philadelphla, Mlss Eva Tucker, of that clty, and Mr. Otis Daw? son, ot thls county. After a short trlp tho young couple wlll como to tho home of tho groom, a short distan.o from Heathsville, whero they will re? slde. . 1.1 _ Weaver?llottle. ? [apeclol to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 WINCHESTER, VA, January 21.? Miss Fannlo Hottle, daughter of Mr. J. H. Hottle, of Meadow Mills, thi*. county, and Mr. Robert Weaver. of Mad ? |*on countv, were married at tho bride'." home last nlght, Rov. J. P. Stump, ol the Methodlst Church, otliclatlng. ? _? ' Damron?Cook. l Spoclal to The Timt3-DI?patch.] GREENFIELD. VA., January 21. Mlss Llzzio Perklns Cook and Mr. Har? ry Datnron wero marrled Wcdnesd.i. afternoon at 3 o'clock ln the home ol (he brlde, tlio Rov. E, XV. Blllings of? ficlatlng. ? ? Dr. nud Mrn. Baker l-'.ntcrtnln. [Bpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J vNORFOLK, VA., January 31.?Dr. ani Mrs. Benjamin M. Baker cntertainct very charmlngly at dinner Tucsdaj evening at their home ln Frceinasot Htreet. The table was attractlvelj decorated wlth cut flowcr? and covei. wero lald for eight. Thoso Who cn joyed Dr. and Mrs. Bakers hospitallt: were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Castle _ur. anu mrs. jonn vi. -r.ui and Mrs. Ueorge Hobson. Vlsltlng In Washlngton. [Spoclal to The-Tlmes-DUiiatv.h.1 WASHINGTON. D. C, January 21.? Judge Thomas XV. Harrlson, of Win? chester, was in the city to-day. Mrs. R. A. Byrd, a sistcr of Repre? sentatlve Floyd, Is a guest of Mrs. William Huy, mother of Representa? tlve Hay. Court Work at Chatham. [Special to The Timcs-Dlspatcli.] CHATHAM, VA., January 21.? The regular January term of Plttsylvanla. cotinty Circult Court convencd Mon* dav, Judge E. J- Harvey presiding. Daniel Mlller. Indlcted for burning _< barn_ was acquitted; J. P- Taylor, held for t'respass. waa acqultted: Adolplnt llalrston, indlcted for unlawftil shoot? lng, got llvo years ln tho penitentiary; Julia Dickerson. held for house-break ing. eot one year in the penitentiary; Rlchard Towler and Ilenry Towler, in? dlcted fpr making false statements in procuring a license for tlie latter to marry Ora Walker, were flned $75 each and ordered confined in jail until the fines are paid; John Cook. Indlcted for murder. was continued untll the Marcli term. All the above named people are negroes except J. P. Taylor. The case against Mrs. Lucy T. Clark for attempting to poison three mem? bers of her family was continued until the next regular term. Three murder _f_ases are now on the docket to be tried at this term, all of whom aro negroes. ^^^^^ DEMAND SEPAUATB SIHTS. Important Move Announced by Dellu qucnt SubsiTllieri*. [Special to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] NORFOLK, VA.. January 21.?The stockholders of the Jamestown Expo? sition Company against whom suits have been instituted for unpaid sub scrlptlons, announce that they will de? mand separate suits and servlce. Thls means delay and greater cost to be paid by the company In case the suit goes against the plalntlff corporatlon. It is also declared that ln case the suits are flled separately they wlll join ln asklng tho court for a minute exami? nation into the affairs of tho company io ascertaln the reason for tho ne ceseitv of collecting (he unpaid stock subscriptlons. All told, 1,2_0 suits have been liled.. and it is said that there wlll be over 3,000 stockholders to sue Goes to the Wall. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] BLACKSTONE. VA., January 21.? The Blackstone Clothlng and Shoe Company made an assignment to theli credltors to-day. The trustees appoint? ed are Messrs. T. Freeman Epes antl P_ Moncuro Gravatt. .-??^-1 Hnd n "Braln. Storm." [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l ROANOKE, VA.. January 21.?Mun roo Assaid, the Syrlan, who shot hli wifo Monday nlght, was surrendered ti the police to-nlght by hls brother. H< claims that hc is subject to "brnii I; storms," and does not know why hi jfshot her. Dunlop Flour ISNOT ORDINARY It is extraordi? nary. Clean and 'Pure and White. And its cost is 'small. TRY IT TO DAY. Don't accept a substitute. INSIST. SHJtHP DEBATE ON [ Spe*ker's Substitute to Rcpeal Act of 1907 Is Referred to Judiciary Committee. I Sp.Hal tn Th? Tlmep-T)lupstch. 1 RALf-TO.r, N. 0.i January 21.?A sharp debato In tho Houso on tho dl? vorco blll was ended by a declslve voto 10 rofcr the nubstlttito by Speaker Gra? ham, repcaling entlrely the 1S07 act. to the Judiciary Commlttoo No. 2. Tho 1907 kct allow* dlvorco after complcto scparatlon for ten years. provided thore aro no chlldren. Tho blll recontly In? troduced amonds thatto permlt tho dl? vorco even if thoro aro chlldren, prn vldfd they aro over twenty-ono yeara old. That wan favorably recommended hy the corrimlttce, but the Hpeaker fought it, objoctlng yesterday to tt going to tho thlrd readlng, nnd to-day he offered tlie substitute repeallng the act of 1907 ontlre. Thls was adopted by an' aye and no vote of f>7 to 34, and the flght was whether or not tho blll as substltuted should go back to tho commltteo beforo flnal actlon by the House. MefiSfa Doughtonf Mur? phy, Kitchin and Hayes urged refer? enee against tho oppositlon of Speaker Graham and Mr. Ctirrie. . When that matter was dl3posed of Mr. Kitchin introduced a bill to put man and wlfe on equal footlng beforo the law on the question of dlvorco. >.w Bllla. Several Interesting new bllls were introduced In tho House?one by T)r. Gordon, to protect laundrymcn by es tatillshlng a Hon upon wearing ap? parel; ono to establlsh a llbrary com? misslon to run the public llbrary busi? ness all over the State, calling for an approprlatlon ot ?l,r>00, the commis? slon to conslat of the Superlntendent of Publlo Instructlon, Stato Llbrnrlan, two other persons appointed by the North Carolina IJbrary Association, and ono other appointed by tho Gov? ornor, wlthout compensatlon, hut who may einploy a secretary not a member of tho commlssl6n; the commisslon Is to glve asslstanco antl advice to all llbrarlans in tho State nnd all com? munltles proposlng to establlsh llbra? rles, every publlc llbrary to mako an? nual report to tho commisslon. A bill was 'introduced by Mr. Butler to allow two years In whlch to bring actlons against telegraph companles; ono by Speaker Graham, to cxpodlte II,,. trlal nt .?m,it:ll ,?:,_,?_.- anrl null... the cost by allowlng courts to stimmon a special venlro from tho same or ndj5lning county. In tho Senate, Mr. Long, ot Tredcll, introduced a bill to prohiblt frank.i by telephone companles in North Caro? lina. Mr. Barrlnger introduced a blll to create a Judlcial district out of Gull? ford and Alamance countles. A blll was passed to cntbrace the University of North Carollna in tho Cerncgie Fountlatlon Fund. ?-?? ?. A. It. Elect OftU-eri.. .Special toTheTimes-Dlspatch.. LYNCHBURG. VA.. Januarv 21.?The Lynchburg Chapter. Daughters of th.. American Revolutlon, whlch hns Just hcen orginlzcd, hns selected the fol i lowlng offlcers: Regent. Mrs. XV. M. Strother; ilrst viee-reg_-nt. Mrs. c. L DeMott; second vice-regent, Miss Marco 'I. Jones; third vice-regent. Mrs. M. E. Dlllard; recording secretary. Mlss IT. Adams: correspondlng secretary, Mrs. W. R. Barksdale; treasurer, Mrs. G. Townes Gaines; reglstrar, Miss Kath? erlne L Clarke: hlstorian, Mrs. A. S. Payne. nnd parliamentarlan, Mlss Sal lle Adams. Tho new chapter has thlrty two charter members. ?-.-_-_.-. . Aridrcm- by Tucker. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] NEWPORT NEWS, VA., January 21.? Memorial exercises commemoratlve of tho annlversarles of the blrth of Rob? ert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson >werc lield at the City Hall here to-nlght, under the ausplces of tlie Bcthel and John XV. Danlel Chapters, Daughters of tho Confederacy. The feature of tho program was a. masterly address by Hon. Harry St. George Tucker, who de? clared thnt the principle for which Lee and Jackson fought hns becomrf the "keystono ot our governmental arch to-day." PO-ITUAIT IMtI.SF.NTBD. Llkeui'..n ol Wnrrlor Nott Adum.. Court house Wall. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcli.] LANCASTER, VA.. January 21.?The first day of tlie January term of Lan caster Clrcuit Court was mado memor ablo by tho interesting exercises at? tendlng the presentatlon of a splendld oil portralt of tho late Captain Janies Kendall Ball, the gallant son of Lan caster. who during tho latter years ot tho war for Southern independence commtCnded the famous Company B. of the Nlnth Virginia Cavalry. The day tvas ausplcious, and the crowd ono of the largest ever seen hero on a slmilar occasion. Among those present wero many old Confed eratcs,,3ome of whom had served undar tho warrlor ln- whoso memory the ex crefhes were held. Julgo T. R. B. Wrlght, who has done so much to beautlfy and adorn the walls of the courthouses ln hls circult wlth tho portraits of the' worthles of thls section, and nt whose suggestlon the portralt of Captaln Ball was palnt? ed for this purpose. prcsided, aud in? troduced tho speakers. Ar, in_nt-_.e_.il.n inpidcnt marked the beginning of tho exercises. mr. wu 11am Chllton, clerk ot the court, by re? quest, called tho roll of Captnln Ball's famous company, and as tho names were called thoso presont would answer "Here." Only a few, however, of tliat band of 167 men aro llvlng to answor to thelr namos. Judge Wrlght introduced Warner Ball, Fisq., a member of.the Laiicastcr bar, and a klnsmau of Captaln Bnll, wlio prosonted tlio picturo in an In? teresting address. Much of tho ad? dress was ln original vorse. ln a short and oloquent speech, Thomas J. Down ing, Esq., rocelvod the portralt on bo haif of the oourt and tho peoplo of Lancastor. Judge Wrlght then introduced Hon. Wllllam Campbell. of Essox, who as adjutant's clerk of tho Nintli Virginia Cavalry and a closo ftiond of Captain Ball, has a larger fund of lnformatlon concorrilng tho milltary career of th.it offlcer than any other Uvlng mnn. Af? ter nnmlng tho elevkn companles thut formed the Nlnth Vifginla Cavalry and paylng a lovlng trlbute to Colonel Beale, lts commander, ho proceeded to mentlon some incldents In tho military career of Captaln Ball. The Lancaster Confederate cholr, under tha leadorship of its commandev, Miss Genevieve Plnckard, enllvened th. occasion wlth songs. - ' Tho portralt is R present to the coun? tv from Mrs. Faimlo Ball. widow ci Captain Ball, who on account of h_. advanced age. was uimblts to bo prose ut Tt was unveiled ,by Mlss Ball, a grand? daughter of Captaln Ball. It waa pa.lnt. ed by Mr. Paul Tlallwlg, of Baltlmoro It was palnted under the eye and dlrec? tlon of MlsP Anne E. B, Clark. of Baltl? more, who ia a nleoe of Captaln Ball. TO ._H.V_.II. MOI. _I_IB.NT. freparatli-ua llolug Mado for Certi. uioiiiuN 011 nuUlrfli'lii. |'.tpeclal to Tliu Tini.s-D|.pal-li,l I'Mtl-DERlCKSBUnO, VA,.? Janunry il ?A coiiipilttee, coinpuspd ol' Mossrs i S, W. aordon, W, H. Caw .0j. anA C? K We'll Make Friday & Saturday Two interesting days for you. JUST COME. A LITTLE MONEY is all you'll need. We'll help you to make it go a far ways. We take stock next week, and we do not want to includc ODDS AND ENDS. Come and help us clean them out. Wc don't care about the price?what we want is room for spring stock. Read every item; bring this "ad." with you; it's your best shopping list. j Quick Remnant Selling ? And this Is how we'll do lt on Friday and Saturday. Our remnant. _x_ already marked. cheap enough; but, as usual, we'ro not satlsfled. LISTEN! About .00 Sllk Remnants.") DON'T FORGET. Piek out About 300 Dress Goods Remnants. (. what you want, and we'll take About 800 Wash Goods Remnants... AT TIIREE-QUARTER PRICE, *4 Off the Price. Havo you bought one of those S3.00 a yard French Patterns. $1.00 st.rlped Massallnes . $1.00 Chevron Sllk.i $1.00 Black $1.00 yard $?1.00 Chiffon IF NOT, how does l 69c rron -jiiK-i. Vt/*w k Crepe de Chlnes. I ^______ ___ -wido Waterproof Black Jap. \ SOUND? VES, .on Cloth .J thing In the lot. we mean any A FEW LEFT $1.00 and $1.25 Dress Goods... I Black and somo colors. } A Clean-Up, . 49c Second Floor Week-Ends Visit the big second floor. It will pay you. Week-end values greater than ever. We have 50 BLACK COATS that sold for .7.00 and $10.00. You mav havo cholce for $3.99. DON'T WAIT. T9b good to mlss. I ASK. FOR THE $6.50 DACB WAISTS. White and ecru. $_-D_. THESE ARE BEAUTIES. Black Messaline .... Black Taffeta. .Black Chiffon ....... Whlte Messaline ... Ecru and Whito Nets Exquisite Dress Waists .,'_\ CUT FROM $7.50 and $10.00 to $4.98 A BARGAIN WITHOUT EQUAL. AN Fine Taffeta Petticoats Full cut, deep ruffle. In lustrous hlacks and some cholce colors. It's a $10.00 Pettlcoat. 1 E??. tiM Qfi if y?u want ono ,- rOr -P<I.70 come early. 6 Odd Suits One $25.00 Suit in navy. Ono $25.00 Suit ln brown... Two $30.00 Suits In brown. Ono $40.00 Suit In brown.... One $45.00 Suit ln navy.... I When wo ?J somethtni Do you want ono? $5.98 say "Bargain" lt means Over in the Annex We've picked out some good things for Friday and Saturday. DON'T MISS AN ITEM. Everything convenient; takc your time and sclcct just what you want. 75c Corset Covers for . . . . 49c $1.00 Corset Covers for .'_?-_ 75c. . $1.00 Gowns for ..... . 75c 20c Bibbs for.9c 75c Drawers for. 49c 89c Drawers for. 69c Extra Size Cambric Petticoats? A $2.00 kind for..,.fi.S? A $1.50 kind for. I-8*1 Wo have about two dozen pleces Very Flno French Underwear left. Select what you want, and we'll flx the price to SUIT YOU. On the Big Third Floor Tust ~o up?we'll Interest you. Ask for goods advertised. Don't wait; they're' too good to mlss. They're sure to go quick at sucn prices. Just to Close Out $2.00 Blankets for. $2.50 Slumber Robes for . . $3.50 Slumber Robes for . . * Twenty Pairs Cluny Curtains $_V29 $1.96 10 Pairs Ecru.\ A $7.50 Curtain d?o QO 10 Pairs White-j for. *PO.-_70 A $2.00 Whlte Nottingham Curtain for-.$..00 A $5.00 Whlte Irlsh Polnt Curtain for.$2.0S Get One of These Rugs A $4 Rug, 27x51, Orlental, for..$2.30 A $25 Rug, 9x12, Axmlnster, for $10.1)8 A $30 Rug, 9x12, Orlental, for.$,0.0S A $32.50 Rug, 9x12, Smyrna, _or$2..50 Ask for Wllton Rugs, Hxl2. We'll make the price. Armstrong. of Newark, N. J.. *avo been hero arranging for the unveillng of tho monument to tho Fifteenth Now-Jer? sey Regiment, at Salem Church. n Spotsyivanla county, near thls *-it>, May l.th. A party of ovor 200 andl .ho Govornor of Now Jorsey wlth hls stntt wlll arrlve on a special train on-Mtt/ Hth. and ou May 12th wlll unveil tlie ?markcr monument at "Bloody Angle. nnd Salem Church monument on the following day. The V-fteonth Now Jer Hoy Regiment was of the Flrst Brlgadc, Flrat Dlvision, Slxth Army Corps, >' tho Army ot tho Potomac. The brlBade tllstlngutahecl Itself m many angaga ment. during tho Civil War aml vhis at Appomattox whcn General Lee bui* rondercd. . . ,. ? ?_ The marker monument jaipha hoy cral tons, and has on lts front ut tho top. "1861-1866.? bolow thls is tho fis ure of a soldlor at-parado rest, andat tho base Fifteenth Now Jorsey VQUn\r toer Reglmont." Tho Salom monunimu ts a vory handsome column. It is sur mountod by a soldier on plcket. At his .oct la inscrlbod. Slxth Army Corps; below is a cross, tho emblem of the corps. then follows V18.^1?..?..^ k?,w tho base, "Flftoonth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers."_ Anihcrnt Bnnkera Meet. [Speotal to Tha Tlm.s-Dlspatch.l AMX-I-RST C. IT.. January 81.?The an* nual meetlng of the stockholders of tht nank of Amherst was held here yns* Terday Tha following offlcers yor. _.__ted. H. 0. Jaynav, SVOStdenU^^L. Allen. vlce-presldent. C. L. Scptt, nt tortey. and J. B. Bowiian, cashlw, }?" W. P. Reed. asslstant cashler, The fol? lowing board of directors was electod H. C. Joyner, T. L. Allen., C., U Scott 8. R. Hardlng. A. E. Strode. XV. H Wood. J. 12. Bowman and B. R. riarn son. IIA8 _*I3W T.AMI5. UNlntcd Ceueral Slo.iint n AV?o_. C?r rler, Kumvu *? Marylnml. [.Ipeclal to Tlie Tlme.-Dl-patoh. I . YVKST POINT, VA.. January 31.?rh. bargo Maryland,' bullt ou the renialn ot tha U .nevol Slocum, .wh-di wa? _. uju od In New York harbor about thre? years ago, when 1.100 Sunday-school. chlldren lost thelr llves, passed out of York River on Wednesday, carrylng 734 cords of pine wood. taken on up tho Mattaponl River. Thls is the largeat load of wood thut ever went'out of tho river, ond probably lho largest fro.n tho State. The Maryland auchorcd off the Wost Polnt shoro for twenty-fouc hours untll an ocean tug could come tn her osslstanco. May Ueorganlie Chuxcb. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 FREUBUICKSBURG, VA.. January 21.?A petltlon ls belng clrculated ln. Stafford county for reorganlaatlon of lho oltl Aiulrows-Chaper Methodint Church under tho old natue. The petl? tlon will be sent to Rev. E. V.' Reges tor, presidhig clder ot* the dlstrlct, 0-_-k.STO-_r-.X-A-. u Bears tht -* TtlB K,iUl Y(1U Hi"9 ^ ^ Sigoat-is of MRS. WINSLOW^ SOOTHING SYRUP haa been usod by Mllllons of Moth? ers for thelr chlldren whilo Tceth ing for ovor Flfty Years. lt soothes the chlld, softevis tho suras, allayn all pain, curo. wind collc, and t? tho best remedy for diarrhoea TWKXTV-FIVE CKXTS A BOTTtE. nOADCV CuraU; __ui?c t?n?ij r.movw MI UI_Ur.II avotllnr in t to to d_y?; $0 tt* 60 days affecti parmauent ?*?r?. Trial tt.H ? ment Riv.n frao to auff ararai ?nothlng' talt.r, PR. K. II. GKKIB.N'S SONS, Box X. Atlanta, Ga. iDHticiTAjL __MTT?T!W-l'WiTT____! *???**???? __?___. M!J..i_____lQ_l|_____t powoc*. ?KMinuci ^_M_N_nb__F r*?TSi