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riy itiua Ramaay. The Macrrtlllan Company, ot New Vork, $i.so, Ah a -i-l v I tl ti !>?' sirongly wrltton hook, wlth the pIctUrOiBUlip country In whlch the hlgh'Claaa huntlng a'ot or fclngland aro wofit to tako thelr dl* veialona and Hnvo tholr meeiH for a icillpg, with Ihe VlOW-httllOO "1 thO huntsmen, the ball-lllto mualo of tho lu.uii'i.! breaklng covor, and the rush of the rldora lo glve n exhllaraUon, Ml*a Ra.maay'fl novel la remarkabl* us the prodttotlon of a young writer whnse iniH'i'i.'i iiiu revealud for tho rirat timo through lior autlioiBliIti to .\iii. rh an roadoi i. II her chotco uf ' tt ? iioiiinent showa i.< t imigiiK iit, ni eelucllon, her akill tn deplcllng character rftidcra the pie i in , ahe haa dfawn ngninat her on , ironmenl i apet lally eie;.,- and Inter , .iiuu. The dll !? i> ut elemonta that K., I,, f.,1111 u huntlng lumuitinity, lho paaalona "infmatfng Ita men and women that como airdngly to the eurfaefti ihe . ftcrifh i ol the Wi ik iiiui untutored to ihe aelflah and the .)?? ilgnlng; ihe. cohtrjtat between t1" manly and th*J unrrtBTiIy, between Innocenci and gen tlenoaa nnd v orn expcrlence, aro ?ot down wlth im uncertalnty "f touch, v, ith no fattortng of tfie dellneator. Tha book titie, Tho Straw," ia ex cmpllfled ln the peraon ol Ita herolne, a young Bngllsh girl, orphancd and an heir*?.?. who falla a vlctlm to the rnatch-maklng procltvltleB of her coustn Lady Burklnshaw, known among her Intlmatea In tho huntlng fleld aa ?Marl.'t." Through a fooliah Idea <,f reforming n aorry apeclmen of the oppoilte aarst, reduced t'? deape'rato ?i ;i for money, and by appeal t-> the .p-ii,- ror aelf-aacflflcc Inherent ln a young M'lii Ignoranl giri who reaponded to tin dli i ti - ? ll ol ?< man b iktng for her hei;,. e;lo aucceeded In marry Ing her protege t" Wllllam Lauder, fainiii.u !?. known sa "Btli," who took .-?ll and gave nothlng In return when he elalmed hla brtde, Of u vloleiil .-'.inl brutal ndture. whnt Httlo itffi.i tiou Lauder waa capftvle of fi r-iiii--- had long been glven to another woman, Lady Sophla Bland. She .?-ahi of herai ll ? ?? . " tho one peraon who iinih n.i Lauder. Foi hla aake Bha liad dlvoroed hf-r : i band and had incurred tho ceuaure, even ol .i sportlng clrcle, where stand ai,!- were tolerant and crlllclam nol ca lls deacrved. Bill Sophla HinrnJ Our Buyer Has Spent the Past Month Selecting the Choicest Patterns in New Spring Furniture. In his quest all the m a k e,s of the great factories of Grand Rapids and other cities were care fully investigated and the best furniture se lected. These shipments will come to us by the carload and in perfect condition. They are already arriving. Come and choose. ISydnor & Hundley, (Incorporated) Furniture for the Home Beautiful, 709-11-13 East Broad St. to be nn ohlooker at the tLctlvltyi?* ground hlm, knowlng men and women , aa he known the fox they ohBHO, and ( watchftig tho ono ntirl tho other wlth | the. nanio%wnry and tindorstundlng ' Tlie Coini to Polnt faee. In whlch Tokenhoiiao fcomea back to nfo by rld Ing hla frlen'd'a hor.,.; to vlctory, leuds up to the i Hiiiax of the atory, fta whlch TokeiihoiiMO again tlguroa. Tak Ihk It all ln all, whlle they are not heio or herolne, none contrlbute more to what tho book undoubtcdly poa aeaaea or goiiuino lutereHt than Token hotise nnd Sophla Bland, and tho tell Ing of a Secrot hy the former to tho Inlter .hrlnga tlie novel to a moet dra matic otidlng. I Miul Hiirbnrn. By Warwlck Dooping. Iiarpcr & Brothers, of New Vork. fl.fftt. ! Mr. Oeeplng his here wrltten a stlr riiiK romuiice cniiHtrilctn,- wlth no little. Ingonutty In tho "patch-artd-powder .ir : ' '.f the sevonteenth century. "Mad Barbara" ia Barbaro, the daughter ur sir Llonei Purcell, dono to death in tho music room ot hla London matialon, ovcrlooklng the park of si? l.r.inieH. She l? not "Mad Haihara" at inll ln reallty, bul brondlng over her I fathir's death and hls undlscovered j inurderer haa *et her apart from the aoelcly of young people of her ago and atation, and thelr amusementa and pleasutea. By aecldent sho ls put ln posaess^on Of a clue enabllng her to solvo t:be mystery that haa ovorahadowed her young years. Tho man whoao shame ful aeeret la thua laid bare acctiBea 'her of Inaanlty, nnd has her put ln Igolltory ronfinemeiit. Her reason und life ;ir^ aaved through the Instriimen ; tiiitty of the iti'iti ahe lovea. lie di? eovera her prlaon and comea to her reacue nt the laat crltlcal moment, l Tho actlon of tlno book and the ple ture it dlaeloaea of gay Hoeiety life in ! Londou aro full of Interest; tho peep ; glven into the Balon of llnrtense Man cinl anri the duel fought between i'ltiiip of Pembroke Hnd John Goro belng among tho most plcturcsquo ? i enea deBcrlbed. ! The rorpanee closes wlth the discov i ry of the Oatea consplraey and tho punlahmeht of the leadera, among I whorh is Sir Stephen Gore, a dnnilnant | character throughout tho book. ' M-lO or Klislii. ! ' By Emerson Ilough. The Hobbs JMerrill Company, of Indianapoiis. (1.60, J The old cainpalgn cry of a presl |dentlat election, referrlng to a disputed | boundary llne between England and i tlie Unlted Statea, haa been selzed upon [by Kmerson Hough ns tlio basis and tltle oi hls new novel. Waahlngton, the nationa! capital, and Oregon, of the far Northweat, wlth brlef Intervals In Montreal, Canada, !|and Mexico, witness tlioenae/lng of ita drama. The hero of the story and the 1 lconfldentla] secretary of John C. Cal ? houn. is Nleholaa Trist. a young Ken ; tucklan wlth a dlplomatle turn of mind. [j The aventa In whlch John C Calhoun icrnd Nleholaa Trist are concerned havo much to do wlth shaplng the pollcy ,jby which To.as becomes a part of tlie , | Unlted States, by which a vast North I I weat realm la acqnlred and'by whlch , |tho Mcxlcan treaty, cedlnpr California to the Unlted States. is slgned. ln the dlplomatlo manoeuvres carried on before such big problems are BOlved many vitat lncldcnta tako place ln whlch Calhoun. Jamea K. I'olk, filr Rlchard Pakenham. tho English representativc, John Tyler, President of the Unlted States and Sonor Ytturio, of Mexico, hear a hand with Calhoun, the book dcclares, as tho master mind and the rullng upliit. The three women who count ln tho book are Edlzabeth Churchll). beloved of Nleholaa Trist and eventually hls !wlfe; H>leno, Baron Von Bltz, inftnite ; ly allurlng, lndeaerlbably noble and pa ! tlietlc, and Senora Lucrezla Ytturio, j whose gratitude to Jolin C. Calhoun | for hls held in an hour ot dlstress ls an important factor in tho signing of tho treaty with which the war be? tween Mexico and tho Unlted States j ends. Tho plcture drawn of Klizabeth I Churchill renders her a typical young I girl of her day, belonglng to the beat social classes. The interrupted weddlng sceno between herself and Nleholaa Trist is one of tho most vlvid lncldents ot tho book. Others are found ln the tneeting of hero with the Baroneaa.'VOn Kltz ln Montreal, Can? ada, and again ln Oregon, whero the baroneas unfolds to a ayinpathetle eai" the sorrowful story of her early life. The book deals with the personality of men who havo mado American his tory, Iii a very attractlvo way. brtng iug readera face to face with their Inner livos and the motlves out of whlch sprang their hopes and ?tmbi ttons. The porsonal and romantic side of tho story ls cleverly "presenled, and the construction and connectlon of the book show tlie art of the novclist born atul not made. lu ihe A nlie,v of the Shadovra. By Thomas Lee Woolwlno. Doublc day, l?ugo & Co., of New York. Ji. Tho autlior of thls story of lovo and life m tho Tcnnesseo mountalna ha? rocently Indlvldualtzed himself as the new regime district attorney of Lot Angeles, und a man successful pro feaslonally, and ln politics as well ar in law. The color illustratlons for hls story, ln whlch lovo proves stronget than hate and ends a foud of manj years" standing, aro made by Charles JI. Kelyca, and add much to the strcngth of tho book. 1IOOKS OK f'ENKKAL 1IVTKIIK.ST. Lcgal aud Hlstorlcat Statua ot the Dreil Suott Deelalon. By Klbert Wilfifttn lt. Kwing, LL. B, Cobden Publlshlng Company, of "Wash. Ington, D. C. Tho atithor of this book, attornoy and counsolor of tho Bupremo Court of the tlnlted States, has here glven a history of tho Dred Scott case and a'1 examlnatlon of tho opinlon dollveret by tho Supreme Court of the Unitec Statrea March 6, 1857. The docisiot involvod the most fundamentai prin clplos of government, nnd because oi tlie tiuestiona on which the Uoclsloi hlngod. a history of tho easo and 01 Its tinios, a correct estimate of tht opinlon and declslon of tho court, ar< liidlsponsablo to a correct eomprohen alon of the most cruckil perloj li American history. To fully detnonstrnlo tho ne.ed o such a -work as tho "Legal and Illstori cal Slatus of the I5red Scott Declslon,' It is only noceasa/y to cile errora foum in tho prevlous hlBtorlo treatment o the case. For inatance, a mistako mad by Israel S. Clare, iu Volunie 13 o hla I90g "Llbrary of Unlversal Hls tory," Js ln statins that "Died J3cot ivna- taken Into Ihe freo States of Illl tola aml Miiiriesolu. Mlinicsolii wns it. tlint iimo a Terrltory,and the <IU Ini.Llon Ih itbsgliitely vltal lo ;i correct mderatandtng or the declslon, The icxt inlstiiko la ln usaumlng that Dred iCOtt marrled on 'rior, soll.' Ilc in.'M rled ln tho Terrltory, and whether or not lt wefe 'froo soll' deprndod on tho :onntlttitlonallty of tlie Mlssouri Coin -iromlse, Tho noxt Important nilstako Is that 'fieott appcaled from the State court to tho Federal court.' That I fxactly what waa not done. Tho most vltal mlatake la In declaring that tlio Supreme Court of tho Unlted 8taten 'declded that lt had no Juriadlctlon Ih thla case.' "The Supromo Court declded tha t ns nn nppallate court It had Juria? dlctlon, and no lawyer of any ablllty Whatever for ono moment will dlspulo the fact. The ijuestlou ot juriadlctlon affected tho trlal court alono. Such untrulhful stntemouty havo done mi*Qh td mlslead the publlc ln regard to the action of the court ln decldlng upon the eotistltution.-illty ot tbe MlSSOtirl Contpromlae. Another no loes pardon ah!>; untruth is the statement that slares could not auo ln tlio Unlted States courts. Tho court slniply held that a elave or the descendant of a slave could ?ue ln a Fcdcral court as a cltizen: asslgnlng eltizenshlp as the sole ground of juriadlctlon. "Dred Scott could havo reached the Supreme Court ln several ways otlier than through tho rhannol of cltizen ship. Another lnexoiisabte statement is that the court declded that nclther free negrots nor their descendants 'could becomo cltlzons of the Unlted States.' No such declslon was evor handed down by any court ln tho Unlted States. "Tho book ln which these mlsstafc! inents are niado ls Indorsed upon lts tltte page by flfteen professors of hls tory in Amerlciin unlvorsltles and col? leges and very proniinent educators, among whom aro Kichard Heath Dab ney profesaor of hlstory in tho Univer? sity of .Irglnla; Profesaor Kemp !'? Battle, professor of hlstory in the Unl yerslty of North Carollna; Profesaor J. II. T. McPheraon, profoasor of hlstory In -iie University of Georgia. When historic untruth coinea to tho South with such credentlala, tho impcrative need of such an examinatlon as ls found in 'Legal and Hlstorlcal Status of t.,e Dred Scott Declslon' ls appar ent, Theso miatakes aro repeated by many hlstorlans of even greater protn lence and influence and ln addition aro oft^n round others even more serl ous. For instatice, somo ot tliose mia? takes are found lu Harper's "Encyclo paedia of United State< Hiatory," odl tion of 1002. Agal'i in Scrlbncr's "Popular Hlstory of the Unlted States," page 347, It is said: "Taney gave it as tho opinion of the Supreme Court 'that the negro was not and never could be a cltizen of the United States.'" Nothing could be further from tht truth than thls statement, and few thhiKs could b? more prejudlcial to a correct understanding of what thi court really did do and of the positior taken i.y the difforeut sc-ctiona of tht country wlth referenco to the declslon "Again ln the widely- read jConstitu tional aud Politlcal Illstorjr ol rjo. Unlted States,' volumo fi, page 46, Lv. H. von Ilolst, the emincnt Gcrinun scholar, lt ls sald: 'The. opinion ol the majorlty differed from one anothoi In every argunientatlon and . . . con stltuted "a'nlnostrlcable tangle.' When statomentg like these are made by emi? ncnt scholara. of much Influence upor the reading world, both in Ainerlca am Europe, tho impcrative need of sucr chaptera as the thlrd. 'The Opinion Read by Chief Justlre Taney, tln Prevent Sickness by Disinfection. The medical authorltles throughoul tho country are dolng thelr utmost tc encourage the general uso of dislnfec tants in the home. 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This addrcss cn tlfe "Patriotism of tlie South" was dellvered Junc 17, 130S, before thn literary socleties of VYnsh Ington and Lee Universlty, and the book in whlch it nppeara bcars a spe? clal message to Southern men and wo? men from ono of their members and cluss. The address ls as full ot sentl ihent and ideallsm, as of vlri'ity, and ono of tts ooncluding pnragraphs says, "Jjwelllng uader tho liutela of tho States which watched at tho birtn ol the ropublic, we are fllied wlth a love of (the old.cn idcals. "Wlth us has llngered thoso faiths. and around tho State has grown tho swcetcst und most abiding sentlmetu and affection. From race and traditlun* from sacrlflce which appalled the world by the breadth of its unscltishness. there is wlth the South that wealtB ot" local patriotism whlch jealously hohls the Stato to Its hlgh at-d equal place ln this government of co-ordlnate pow ers.'' Tlie Vegctable Gu'rden, By Ida L>. Bennett. Tho McClure Company, of New York. Thls book belongs to tho Country Home Library Sorles, and teaches the sanitary and ccotiomic value o? the klt chen garden, how to plun it and maln ;aln Its fertllity. Then the sowllig ?~C tho seed ls brought ln, the klnds of tools which make gardenlng easy are described, and tho growing of root. and vlne vegetablea anu fruits, green. salad and perennjal vegetablea aro dis cuBseu. The storing of vegetables ln winter and fall work ln tho garden. bring a pleasant and inatructive voi ume to a close. The AiiprcutlecMlilp ot ttVimliiugtou. By George Ilodges. Moffat, Yard & Co., of New York; $1.26 net. "Tho Apprentlceahlp of Washingiou" ls followed ln this book by othur sketchea of signltteant coioniai peraon ages. The story of the hanging of Mary Dyer, taken from old Quaker re? cords: the adventures of Captaln Mlles Standtsh In his military encouuteia wlth the Indians; tho oducatlon of John 1-lnrvard and the will whlch mado hls name Innnortal, and last, but not least, tho chapter ou tlie "Forefathors of Jainestowu" givc a briet outlino of o voluino coiicerning Itself ploasanll*, with tho by-paths of coioniai history. Sclf-Hclp for Ncrvoua Women, Hy John K. Mltchell, M. V. J. B. Llppincott Co., of IJhiladolphia. Jl.uu net. Tho author of a practical and help ful littlo volumo for women begln* wlth a deiinitlou of nervousness, Ita martlfcatatlona and causes, ita provon tlon and control, tho symptoina ot establlshed nervousness and Us resulta prevention of nervousness lh children tho uso and tho abuso of sympathy: tnc varloua treattuents for nervom dlsoasos und tho rolation between doo tors and pailents. Tho llttle book is ono calculated tt bo of much value ospeclally to thi class of women who aro dependont ofton by force of cirottinstances, oi thomsolves. It stiys: "Nervousness cai be lessened, and ln timo to a grenl degreo abolishitd. bv a rogulatod ltfi of hoalthy actlvlty and proporly va, rlod Intorosts, and by doallng ln atnntly on tholr nppearaneo with cer> talu symptonts llko chronlc. Itideclslon dlflleulty of attentlon, and too eaaj fatlgue." MAHCH SIAUAKIKKS. The Century. Tho Century for March will contali Calvln 1>HI Wllson'.s etory of "Ou Presldouts Out of Poorn," and rerni niscences of "rmtherforU JU. W.,yes ii thi White House." by W^^am W. Crook. This issue will contaln sketchca ot Prealdent-Eloct Taft In regaid to his adminlatratlve work in tho Phlllp plnea, in regard also to his person ullty and tho turning points In hls caroor. Letters ln which JTr. Taft il? clines the posslblc presldeney of Yale, Und discusses hla appolnlment on tho Phillppine Conimission, ivill appear ln thla issue for the flrst time. Iti shor\ constderlng all the Century has to say about the dtfferent heuds ot the na? tion, the March puhllration may ne called a White IIous? number, Soribiicr'* for Mnroli. Thomas Nelson Page'a atory, "John Beanths _^1fl9 ^mi You Hav9 Alwa?s ^"iW Cameo Brooches, Cameo Stick Pins We are showing a line of genuine Cameos mounted in solid gold that old original cuttings which cannot be du. plicated. Brooches from $8 to $20 Stick Pins from $3 to $5 J. T. Allen & Co., Jewelers, Fourteenth and Main Streets iXELLEY^UDLtY/ THE GOODS' WITH A , GUARANTfX KELLEY & DUDLEY 1009-11-13 East Cary Strecl, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA A Piano for IN GOOD CQNDITION AND ON HA8V TERMS. a^D A ETC 214-216 NORTH UtV/\r 1 >J FIFTH STREET HARDENS A 'T'fTri ?Ti n I Po c'-tAW* oumb ^SAsjJifl^flgaiiriiW ratt Marvel, Aaalatant," developa a most at tractlve herolne in thls Issue of Bcrlb rter'a, the romance of which sno la Ihi centre belng ono of thts modorn .-'" lal conditiona tn Amerlca. An ai tractlve featuro of the mngasslno is tlie dcscrlptlon of tho church und home in Dovon, England, filled with ussocia tlona of Robert llerrlel:, tho noet. The flrst of a serles of short stories to bo written under a general captlon, "taics of Men," by Mrs. Edlth Whartun, will appear ln thls magazino and bo called "The Boited Poor." in nn illumlnatlhg artlele, glving tho Engliah and Ameri? can attituclo toward sport, thu uuthor says: ''England at any rato has Uoep ln vlew the Inmlablo ivmhition to brlng up her rteh wlth tho hardness and resourcc flllnpss of tho poor, while wc ln Ameiiea have dropped Into tho vulgarlty of brlnglng up our poor tu bo rich." Lipiiiucott'a. '... Knight Errant ln Bioadway," from tho pon of itupert Saigunt Hol land, uuthor of "Tho Plrato of Aiaa talr," will ho Iho completo novel of tho March Llpplncott; Tho story ls iliilto characteristlc of Mr. Holland, and full of action in present day af falra. In u an Kngllshmau's carour in Wall Street aud a roinanco between a botiny Engllah glrl anda young American superlor to curly' cnvlrou motit provo most uttructlvcly lntcrcst Ing. Tlie Ucllucalor, Featurea of iho March Dellncator aro Georgo T. Lommon'e revolation of Abraham Llnooln'a goutlor side; an articlo by a woman 011 tho mothcrhood and citizenshlp of other women; "Mrs. Roosavolt's Place lu Hiatory," by Mabel 1'. Lioggett; "Tho Cold Shoulder," a short story, by iSona Gale; Clara U. Slmcox'a ideas on "Tho World's Best Drossed Womon," and what Jlolen Berkuley-Bloyd has to say on "When tho Ships Como ln." Tho dopartraents on fashlona aml other branohea of wo nien's intorosts, on tho child rescuo campalgn nnd tho rearing of chlldren, aro full of Interest und inforrnation. Tln- .?Smart Sei, Nothlng botlcr in tho way of short story-wrltlng will bo found among tho March magazlnee than ono written by Violot Melvillo of a man'a herolsm in Campanares, Brazll, and tho devotlbn ho won from tho men with whom hc lived. It is called "Tho E'ool." Tho uovelotte for March ls by Nelth Boyoe.' II belohsa lo Ihe problem claaa, lilnges ou moclerif mntrliuonial conipllcations, and leaves all of tho questlons il raisos imaiiswered. This Issue of Smart Set prosouts a noticeablx clever tablo of conlents, howover. Murch Haiii|itoii'?. Tho frontispieco of Mumpton's for March is an 11 liislvrttiou lor Rex Beaoh's "Tho Sllver llmdo," hy II. T. Duun. Josephlne Daelcam Bacon and Mary Raymond *. Andrewa aro un to their, U8ual work iu the short stories thoy coutribulo. A thrllllng t'act-story Ita | Bugene P. Lyle'a "Nlgnt Rldlrig in the; Blaclt PatCh," and tho sketoh ho Klves lu lt. of FellK G. Ewingi a Kentucky pUuter, llvlng at Glonraven. near QllthJ'le, Kentucky, und close to Iho Tonnesaeo llne, who was niade general munager nf the Fnrmers' Pretootlvo Ab? sootatlon ot' Kentucky nnd Tenneaaee, Charles Battoll LiOomls awaUos a laugh ni his ".Siiiiini aml Kionii," aml -O, K. Davla preaents o charaoter skotch of "ha Follette, Pollttoal EvangelUt." biulth'a tor Mnroli. ,\ .-,i"is oi a young Southern kU'1 nnd ;. hor.-o. by MailhaMcCitlloi'li-Willluius, ls ih" tlnlahau novol with whleh sioitii.: for Maicii opena, il appeara under the tUlo ot "Tho Choleo or ijon or." dharlOU I'.altell l.ooiuis pr'-.-iclo's |n ii ., M't-mon "iiu pin-Monoy;" li. A.hlio-.rton Bruce hae - aeoond oum bet ou "vVoniau iu ihu Mui. ui,; of Americ.i." und Anne O'llagan suggest3 tvhat may bo dono for "The Women IV'lio W'orlc for Us." Charles de Kay'a contrlbution on John Whito Alexandcr s highly Intcrestlng. _a_. Mnslee's "I.-iun/lnv. Atnslee's for March comes out in en iarged form and wlth a colored fron tlspleco by llownr.i Chandler Chriaty lllustratlng Itarold MacGrath'a now novel, "The Gooso Girl." II. U. Provost Battersby ls the nuthor of thd -?oinploto novel, "Tho Sllenoo of Men." Dno of tho most attractivo featurea ot Alnsleo's will be a shotl story, "Tho ?ihadowy Third." by Princo Plerr* Troubetlcoy, nuthor of a recent novot of American social life, "Tho Passcr By." An Appetizing Dish for Breakfast Just received a shipment of Smoked Virginia Roe Herrines Extra large and fine. Agents for Deerfoot Farm Sausage. R. L. Christian & Co. 816-818 ?. Main Street. Phones 41-2788. G lllllll THB BEST VALU1M IN DIAMONDS. C. LUMSDEN & SON JeWelera ta the Virginia People 731 Main Street Richmond, Va.