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Ila Buek wlll bo hostess at
arty on Thursday evening, !T, at half-after S o'clock, ln Social and Personal. THE fifth dance glvnn by the Rlcli? mond Goiman Club took placo last nlght In the M-.M_i.l- Tetn? plo, flnd was a very brltllflnt affalr. The lights were shiided ln pale yellow, mnlla-* was draped from tho Chart dollors, nnd grotlpH df palms formed a background for tlio chttporohs ana decorated the stano. ln Ihe dlnlng room daffodlls aml mlgnonetto wero used very effectlvcly Cor tho tablo decorations. Colonel Jo Lane Stern led the gor nian, dancing wltli Mlsa Blsle Ingrain, ono af tho belles of last wlnter, ivho wore a charmlng froclc of plnk chlffon bullt. over satin, and pmbroliler.il ln gold. She ChMed a noscguy 6f lilies and orohids. J.atlirop?Wllson. Mrs. E. WIIIIs Wllson has IsHed In rvitutions for the mttrrtagp of her daughter, WIIIIs, to Clcmont Barks dalo Lithrop, of thls clty, the cere? mony to take place on Tuesday even? ing, I'.briiary H. at half-after S o'clock, ln St. John's Eplscopal Chureh, Charlcstoh-Kanawha, w. Va. Mlss Wllson, w'ho ls a daughter of the late Governor Wllson, of West Vir? glnla, ls a very beautiful glrl. andr has boen a belle of the White Sulpliiir for the past two sensons. Mr. Lathrop ls vvldoly rolated throughout the State, nnd ls promlnent In uoclal and cluLi clrcles of Richmond. The weddlng wlll 1.0 ? very brilllanl affalr. and wlll be preceded by a num? ber of handsomo entertalnmcnta ln honor of the brldc-elcct, Mlsa Burk lo Entortaln. Mlss EUa Bue a card par January her home on West Franklin Strnct. Stflyfng li? Neiv Orli-tiiin. Misses rallwrlne nnd Iniogcn Rid dlck, of thls clty, went to New Or? leans last wcek and wlll renmln there untll after the curnlval as the fjuesti* of Mrs. James Pagand and hm debutanto daughter, Mlss OIlvo Man? son. Ilnnn- at Ihe Cntverslty. The midwinter german was glven last nlght ln the Fayerweather Oym nasiuiii by the German Club of the Unlversity of Virglnla. T.tjero v.-ere fewer couple-- on the floor than usual, bul the german was thorouglily cn joyed by uli present. The ftgures were beautifully \,n by George Mason, of "Edge Hlll," and John Plnner, of the unlver.-lty. The chaperons were McSdamcS Al dcrman, Eyeter, Harmon. Perklnson, M. Woods, Trotter an.l Booker. Among those present were Mlsecr. Dabney. Harmon, Miles, Cocke, of Roa? noke; Towles, Hanckol, Woods', Anfrlm. Maury Mrs. Russel, Galther, Jones. Blanton, Traylor. of Blchmond; Thraves, Mrs. George Mason. Mrs McComaa; Messrs. Reach. Booker. Brown, Howell, Crump, Dovo.ll, Frances nnd Luctan Cocke, Tav.eweil, D, Chalmera. Bowen. Hughes. Murphy. Nelson, Hnrae, Grant, Faulkner. Trot ter. Hanckel. Wood. Galther, Plnner, CeCH. Marshall, Harmon, Porter, Web t.ii-r. McOonald Doble, Frophtns. Decorations were In crimson fiowers nnd palms. -.ii.-M of nil?? Hnssej Mlss Elorence Ddley, of Pongh keepsle. N. Y-. ls the hoiiro guest of Mlss Lucile' Meredlth Massey, IOiV. "West Grace Street. Miss Massoy will ontertaln at n tea ln her honor on AVedneaday afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock. \ Inltlng la t'eorRln, 'Tlls.i Loulse Crump Is the guest ot Governor and Mra Brown, of Georgia. at the Governor's Mar.slon, ln Atlanta. and will aUo vlslt rolatlves ln thnt place. a number of attractlve cnter tuinments have been planned ln Mlss Crump's honor. She wll! remaln fome time. Mrs. Chunning Turner wlll leave shortly for Atlanta, Ga., where she wlll vlslt her brother, Dudley Cowlos. Both Mr. ancl Mrs. Cowles are vcry pleasant ly remembered ln Richmond, where they spi?nt tho winter several _*ear? ago. Mrn. I.iinl. ford's Gue?t- Iliiniiri-il. Mrs. Harry K. Walcort gavo a de llKhtful card party at her home. 1n Rlvervlow, Norfolk. Thursday even? ing, when her guests wore Mlss Mary Waddill, of Richmond; Mlss Kear, of "Washington, N. C: Mlss Mary Harmon. of Charlottcsvll!.; Mr. and Mrs. Menalcus Lank.ord. Judge B. D. White, 71. M. Kerr. H. E. D. Wilson and H. K. Wolcott. Mrs. I. Branch Johnson also enter? tained charmlngly at brldge on Frlday at her apartments In the Stratford, in honor of Mlss Mary Waddill. of Rich? mond, and Miss Mary Harmon, of Charlottcsvlllo. who are tho guests of Mrs. Menalcus Lankford. Thero were three tables of brldge, wlth a prlzo for each. Theso wero won by Mlss Waddill. Mlss Bessle Ferrltt and Mrs. H. Garrett Smlth. Mlss Waddill and Mlss Harmon have been entertained a great deal durlng thelr stay iu Norfolk, nnd were among thoso dancing at the senlor gcrman on Friday evening. Ten nt Lee Camp Hnll. Tho Richmond Chapter. IJ. D. C, en? tertained most dolightfully yestorday evening ln Leo Camp Hall at thelr an nal reception. Decorations wero ln red and whlto fiowers, wlth Confed? erate flags and huntlng draplng the wiiIIh. Tho young niciiibers of tho chapter Horvntl tlio. gtieHts, Thoso rocclvlng wero: Oovcriinr Bloot unrl Mrs. Mann, Mrs. J. findors Roblnson, hlibfldn-general, United Daiigliters of thy Coiifeilerncy; Mrs. Niithan Ellor, presldent Virglnla Dl vlHlon, t.ntfed Daughters of tho Con? federacy; Mrs, J. JI, Gregory, prcsl dent of CheHtereld Chapter; Mrs. I'ryor Jones, prosltlont of I'uicrsburg Chap ler; Mrs. Tlpton Jennings, Lynchburg; Mrs. J. H, Tlmberlakc, custodlan of Vlrglnia IMvIhIiui; Mrs. James R. Werth, Mlss Betly l.llyson, chalrman of cnter talnmeni commllteo; Mrs. Charles Mas Hle Oakwood; 'Mrs. Edgar D. Taylor, llollywood; Mrs, Jullans Moses, He bi'.-w; iho vIco-1-egenl.n of tho Con? federate Rluscurn, repreHcntlng thelr respcetlvo States; Mrs. A. .1. Montagtio, prcsident of tho Confederate Woman's Home; Mrs. a. M. Tyler, represcntlng The Tlmes-Dlspatch; Mrs. ,T. W. White, presldent Leo Camp AuxllUry. F.'dWnrils?Scheitriio.ii, A very pretty home wodillng took Place on Thursday evonlng, January ::", at *i;3n o'clock, at. tlie home of tlie brlde, i;i west Clay Street, whon Mlss Mlnnle Schepmocs, -dauithter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamos D. Schepmocs, was glven lu iniiirlugo to Ernest D. Ed? wards, Dr. Russell Cccll pcrformlng the ceremony. A reception foiiowed, ^nar Mr. and jms. H. maum*; surface Formnl nnnouncemenl of Ihe mnrringe ?f 311m) VlrKlnin Ituason, of Wondvllle, Vn., lo II. Mnrvli ?urlaoe, of llonnokr. .vhlch look plnee IJe.etnber *J0, tvaa inndc Sunilny dIkIiI nl Ihe VlrKlnin Hospltal >here Mr*. Surface, n p-rnduntc nur?e of thnt ln-.il intlon. u ln rliarge of n lypli?|.| fever p-itlent. Mr. nnil Mr* iiirfnce linv. npnrtm.nla nl 280(1 East Grnce Street, and wlll make thelr future Iioinc ln Itonnokp nfler Ibe hiisbnn ecelvea M" dlploma In phnrtiiaey nt the i:nlver?lt>- College of Medlcine. The hrlilejcrooin recelved Ihc conicrntii rillona of hls fellow --tudents jrntrrday niornlnjt: Ijtit tlie brble Invlted her nssoclntes lo be prescnl when tlip nn lotincemrnl vrna innde. The event culmJnnled n prelly romiiiire, vhlch liexnn nenrly lvro ypnrn nco, when Mr ? urfnee via* n flrsl-yenr riod, and MlMn Koason Tr*-a n rncnilicr of the IntrrmeUlnto claaa nt the hoapltal trainiu*. ichool. to whlch only the rclatlvos and lntl mate Triends of the brlde and groom were Invlted, The bride wore a gown of whiU? mull and laco and carrled a shower of carnatlons. L. iv. Dew proslded nt the plano. Edmiind K. Schepmocs was grootnsman and George G. Mal? lory attcnded the groom as best man. .MettloR of Colonlal Damea. I Tlm Vlrglnia Society of the Colonle.l Dames of America will hold Its regular monthly meetlng thls evening at .:30 o'clock In tho Woman's Club. Mem? bers are asked to bo present. Al tlie AVonmn'a Club. "Charles Lanih" was the subject upon which Dr. Charles H. Dodd, of Baltl? more. lectured to the members of. tho Woman's Club yesterday afternoon. Dr. Dodd ls an essaylst and speaker of no llttle roputatlon, as was amply brought out in hls very deightful lec? ture. His volce is most pleaslng and sympathetlc. and. further. ls thorough? ly absorbed In telllng hls audience in the most interestlng manner the most delightful blts about' his subject. Ho touched on the dull years ln the count Ing house in London, spent wlth so much patlence by Mr. Lamb; hls num? ber of poverty-strlcken relatlvos and friends dependent upon hls modost In? como; tho dark tragedy of an Insane slster. and the bright, kindly, subtlo humor, almost Chaucerian ln its effort to laugh wlth and not at the object of Its mlrth. In concltislon Dr. Dodd compared Charles Lamb wlth the makers of llt erature of hls day, and brought out the slmllarlty between hls work and Hawthortie's, closlng wlth the quota tlon from some hlographer," who sald: "A DIogenes, wlth a heart of a St. John." Dr. Dodd Is a thorough mastei* of hls subject and a polished and cultured spealCor, and carries hls audience al? ways with hlm. Hostesses for tho afternoon were Mrs. Maclachlan and Mrs. Thomas Rol 11ns, who proslded at the coffee table, and Misses Marion Ryland and Annlo Wlnston. who poured tea. Special guests woro Mrs. Ellett, of Bla_ks burg; Mrs. "Wilson, Mlss Clarke, of Hallfax; Mrs. J. Flotcher, of Faiinuicr, and Mrs. F. E. T. Bailey, of Chicago. Work Amoug Mount ulueer.M. . Mlss Ruthorfoord has called a meet vgsm, THE TEETH are injured more by neglect than from any other cause. Thoroughlybrush them every day with PERFECT and they will be cleansed, pre served and beautified. It neutralizes mouth acids and imparts purity and fragrance to he breath. KEPT THEIR IVEDDING A SECRET fng of the members of the club who are Interested ln organl7.Ing a chapter in this city of the Southern Eduea tlonal Society for the Promotlon of Work Among the Mountaineers of Vir? ginia. The women are asked to mcct on Thursday afternoon at half-aftcr 4 o'clock. Miss Virginia Fuller. who will be tho guest of her cousin, Mrs. Cary Johnson, at the semlnary, wlll render several vocal selectlons after the meoting of the literature class on Wednesday. She is a granddaughter of Faulkner and a nleco of Senator Faulkner. and ls a pupll of Peabody Instltute> "Gcorge Elliott" Is the subject for dlscusslon by tho literature class. Bridge Totirtinincnt. Tho fourth of tho serles of whlst tournamonts held ln the Woman's Club will take place Friday night. Mem? bers arc prlvileged to ask gentleman partners, and are asked to registcr thelr tablcs not later than 10 A. M. Friday. In aud Out of Tovru. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Stokes and famiiy. of "Elk Hlll," are at the Jeffer? son for the remainder of the win ter. / Miss Catherlne Polley left Monday to vlslt friends in Raleigh, N. C. Miss Lannio Miller, who has been tho guest of Miss Mary Urquhart Brooko in Norfolk, has returned to the clty. Mrs. W. II. F. Lee, of WRavcnswood," Fairfax county, ls at the Jefforson for several days. Mlss Catlierine Gunn ls the guest of MJss Augusta Freoman, ln New York. A. B. Branch is reglstercd at the Grand Union Hotel, in New York. Miss Bernice Hardlng, of Montgom ery, Ala., ls vlsltlng Miss Ethel Mos ley ln this clty. Docatur Axtoll is stopplng at the Plaza, in New York. Mj*?i Martin Williams arrlvbd in the clty last nlght from Pearlsburg, and ls wlth her husband, Jiidgo Wil? liams, tho member of* the Houso from Glles and Bland, at tho Lexlngton. Dr. Lyon Gardiner Tyler, of Wll? llam and Mary Collego, ls the gueBt of Miss Mary Johnston, 110 East Frankiin Street. <? Mrs. Charles Leo Culpepcr, of thls clty, ls the guest of Mrs. IT. G. Hol lenberg, at tho Hotel Astor, New York. Mrs. R. C. Booton has recently re? turned to hor homo in Orange, aftor in extended visit to relativcs ln Rieh? mond. Mlss Burr, of Carboiidalo, Pa,, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bryan. Mrs. Curtls M. Dozlor, of Norfolk, is vlsltlng her mother. Mrs. S. E. Ryan, m thls city. Mrs. Warren Polndextor Taylor hns is hor guost her sister, Miss Llllle Marbury, of Alexandria. Miss Olllo Domont Porry, of Orango, ls tho guest of rolatlvos hero. Mlss Sarah Hamilton, who has beon vlsltlng Mrs. Walter Taylor, ln Nor? folk, has roturned to hor hom0 in Po tersburg. Mlss Frances Mayor is tho house guost of Mrs. Rutherfoord at hor coun? try homo near Riehmond. J. T. C.'oshy ls oxtromoly \\\ at his home, 806 West Oltiy stret. fw,iaa Id,-* PUjjsp.oa, s? ^vrhari--' M unty, ls vlslting Mr. and Mrs. James ihton Moneure, 204 East Franklin reet. Willlam E. Davles and daughter, ._. Joffress, returned from Philadcl ila last wcek. Mrs. Botty Custls Ambler Is tho icst of Mrs. Charles W. Winn. 320 -st Franklin Street. Bassett W. Hough ls vlslting friends New York, whore he wlll rcmaln ?out two weeks. Mrs. Davlcl G. Whltehead ls tho ook-end guest of her slster, Mrs. 2nry D. Perklns. ln Norfolk. Ord?Hnrdnyvny. LSpeclal to The TlmSs-Dlspatch.] Green Bay, Va., January 24.?Mlss Ice Tucker Hardaway and John K. d. of Crewe, Va., -woro marrled at tho ?mo of Mlss Hardaway's uncle, .1. C. iwlett, hero to-day, Rev. _.. P. Rich dson performing tho ceremony. The irriage was a vory qulet one, only Assistcd by Cuticura Dap-ts: I*0***??*-,- 81- Clwrterhou-a ? ~q.: Paris. 10. ?U0._",_l"X,ehSu!S"** -'A-fl-i A.| ti.il-. B. Town>AJ*:-?m<Q!i lndla. n.K. Paul. 0? ciUUi d-a-vMoot-toB. Drug ?a.1E ... ?jg Co.; Japtn. _? **? "??"?'ft-_ii~'. .*o-ic>; Bo. Afrlca. iVunon, Mil.CsP<> Tojra, ato,; U.8.A.. Pottin* | members of the immedlate famiiy bo ! ing present, The brltlri ls a datightdt 0f Captaln John VV, Mardaway, of tht Norfolk and Western Rnilway Cbm pany. Mr, Ord is a young business tutir or Crewe, belng editor of tho Crowi Reoord, Mr. and Mrs. Ord will mak< tholr future home In Crewe. Woes of Discord in the Home BY i-i.la wiikku-.r WILCOX lm not for ono instnnt uso th. money inensure lu nstlmatirlg wha you are dolng for your children, ThoUgh you may be giving then every advantago that dollars enn pro cure, you are not perforinlrig you duty by them or by the world ln Whicl thoy are to Uve unless you nre teneh Ing them to lovo you by your lovabl. qualities, your klndnoss and sympath; and undbrstandlng of thelr young, un de.velope,! natures. Mltny Pnrent*' I'nulti. If you aro so stern they fenr you, s tiustore they dnro not make you i-onlldniit. ho Irrltablo over thelr fnitll thnt thoy dread the sound of yoi volce, so forgetful of tho feollngs i youth wlilch you have outgrown thi they hlde nll thelr Inmost thoughi from you, then you are not a gor parent, no matter lf .vou deny yourse comforts to glvo them advantages an luxurlos. Unless you are mnklng the home < your chlldren the most agreenb placo on earth and yourself tho moi tendcr and lovlng friend they cn (ind, tho oxpendlturo of thousands ( dollars In not gotng to justlfy yo ln tho idea of belng a. good pnreht. "Since I wns slx years. old," said boy of twenty, "l nover recall a hnpp poaccful week at homo. Everybod was unhappy nnd discord relgned. used to drend my vacatlons." "And I." said a woman prosent, "n menibor Just threo weeks when thci was no discord of any klnd ln on famiiy. They wero three weeks c Paradlse to me. Thero was no grea tragedy or sorrow over our home, onl tho lack of control, and the nervous ness and the qulck temper. But thos thlngs mado the house a oontlnua scene of dlscomfort. My parents wen ready to sacrlllco llfo and liard-earne, money for my health and education hut they dld not reallzo the great wrong tliey dld mo In not eultlvatlng self-control and Ren'tleness." A Few Good Ilules. Tho memorlcs of chlldhood arp ln deilble. Most chlldren are qulck of perceptlon and sensltlve to mental at inosplierea, and they often puffer keen ly when depresslon and discord arc existlng, though unexpressed, In thc home. Of all tlmes make the meal hour n choeiful nne for your children. Intro duce agre.eablo subjeets of conversn tlon and avold any unpleasant toplc Smlle and look Interested, even lf 1' requlres an effort. whllo tho famlU slts ahout thc board. A gloomy anc sllent meal hour Is far worse than c long fast for a child or for an adult. Never let your chlldren go to sleet feellnc that you nre harsh or unsym pathetlc or unfoi-Rlvlng. If they havi dono wrong or wounded you. have i quiet talk with them, but let youi last words on leaving be kind and as suro them that your heart la full o love for thcm. Never darken the mornlng with ' sullcn face- or a harsh greetlng. Thcsi are greater wrongs to a chlld thai an inabllity to clotho or educatc l like lts playmates. Do not let a living chlld feel tha oll your love was burled wlth one thn died. Many a boy and R'rl has car rled a sorc henrt for years because o tho selflsh and tactlesa grlef of i mother for a dead brother or sister The living need love more than tht dead. BY TEM.A WHEELER "WILCOX. (Copyrlght, 1910. by tho New Yorl Evening Journal Puhllshlng Co.) ORDEREDTO 6L0SE Fight in Fayetteville as to Con struction of Prohibition Law. [Speclal to Tha Times-Dispatch.] Fayetteville, N. C, January 24.?Tho licensed near beer dealers of thls clty to-day walted upon SherlfT "Watson, of Cumbc-rland county, who had ordered tho dealers to closo out thelr business, ns being In vlolatlon of tho Cumbor land speclal prohibition law, and asked to be allowert to pny $20 each for State and county tax. This request tho sher? iff refuscd, and warned the dealers thnt lf the sale of near beer was not stopped by to-morrow mornlng their arrest would follow. Theso dealers were re? cently granted near beer llcenscs for $500 each by the Board of Aldormen of this clty. Each ordered 130 barrols of near beer. opened up, and thoy were proceedlng wlth thelr lucratlvo busi? ness when confronted by the sheriff wlth hls mandnte. Sheriff Watson, backed by his lt-gnl udvisors, in support of hls position clted to the protestlng dealers section 1 of the Cumberland county prohibi? tion law. ono of tho most strlngent of tho spoclal ncts, dlfferlng from nnd supersedlng tho Stato law. Thls law forblds the salo of any and nll spirltu ous, vlnous and malt llquors and intox Icatlng bltters. ? The dealers contend that tho sale of near beer ls legallzed by the revenur act passed by tho 1901 Legislature and by tho Supreme Court of North Caro? lina. An Interesting legal polnt lf thus raised. Sheriff Watson ls a de termlned offlcinl, famous for enforce ment of tho prohlbltlon law. He do claros ho wlll arrest tho dealers 11 these instructlons are not observed. Fnlnl Tlow ot Nckto Dance. rSpeclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Winston-Saleni, N. C, January 21.? Houston Barbor, doad; Londie Wll? son, ond of noso shot off; Doroltta Graves, shot in the foot?thls ls tho ro sult of a riot following a negro dance Saturday night, but partioulars woro wltliheld from oftlcors untll to-day. Tho coruner's Jury rendorod a verdlct that Jini Hal. a one-arined nogro, kllled llurlier, und tliat Jlin Gllmoro was an accomplioe. Both aro In Jail. Tiirner?Cbiipinnii. [Speclal io Tlio TlmoB-Dlspatoh.] Fridei-h-ksburg, Vn? January 24.--L. M. Tuiiier, of Culpopor, uurl Mrs. Ida Chapniau, of Orange county, were ninr rlod a few days ago at tlio rosldonce of tho brldo's parents, Mr- nnd Mrs. ?loliu Dennls. at Orange Coufthouae. l!ev. A. J. Harlow ofllciatlng. Soutlnu-d?Wlnsloiv. [SneclAl ll> Thfl Tlmes-Plapateh.] Freilei-lcksburg, Va., January 21.? Wllllnm XV. Kouthard. fonnerly of lireeiin i-mintv, aud Mlss Oninolla Wlns low, daughter of Thonias ? WlnHlow, of Orango county. were uiarrled Thurs jisut *j. -Uw AUthnrtltili ja-ixurina tu tu OCERIES Almost for Nothing CASH-That's WhySo Cheap Wise housckccpcrs, now i.s your trimc to buy your grocc rics cheap. Our big fivc-day special sailc started Mbnday, Jan? uary 24th, and will end Friday at noon, the 28th. Everything as guaranteed or money refttnded. Times are hard. We will make it easy for you. Granulated Sugar 5c lb. no more than 5 lbs. to a customer Pcrfection Flour, which has gotten Blue Ribbon at the Fair, 12 lb. sack, 42c; 24 lb. sack, 82c; barrel, $6.50; Obelisk Flour. Gold Mctlal, Ccresota, James River Falls and Dunlop Superlative ?at coat. Pillsbury Flour, 12 lb. sack, 42c; per barrel, $6.50. Water ground Meal, per peck*; 23c; per bushel, 85c. Best Sugar Cured Hams, any size, per lb, 17c. Streak lean and streak fat Salt Pork, per lb., 14 l-2c. Leaf Lard, per lb., 12 l-2c; 3 lb. can Pure Lard, 40c. 20 lb. can Good Lard, $2.25. Smoked Shoulders, lb., 12 l-2c. Largest size. Albcmarle, York, Jmporial or Tall man swec-t apples, peck.38c .Size 30 to 40 Italian Prunes, vcry fine, per Ih.10c Evaporated Apples, Wine Sap Brand, per pkg._... .11c Navy Beans and Black-eyc Pcas, per qt.9c, Lima Beans, per qt.12c Walter Baker Chocolatc. cake, 17 l-2c Walter Baker Cocoa, pkg,_23c Brown Sugar, lb.4 3-4c Shredded Cocoanut, lb._isc Large Nutmegs, doz.?_ 7 lbs. Royal Starch.25c Best Mixed Nuts, per lb., 10c. Best Imported Layr Fies per lb., 10c. ?? 5 ? Johnson or Taylor Best Preserves, ?b.10c Best Mince Meat or Apple Butter, lb.10c Cream Bonbon Candy, with choco late, lb.10c Packagc assorted Jellycon, _c_* per doz. ggc Whole Grain Rice, lb.....'.' 6c Imported Macaroni lb..I0c 7 cans of Sardines.'.. ,25c Large Yellow Onions, qt., 5c; peck, 35 Our Caraja Coffee, 1-lb. can, 23c; 2-lb. can, 45c; 5-lb. can, 98c. Large Can California Asparagus for 25c and 30c can. C. C. can Asparagus Tips, per can, 15c; per dozen, $1.65. 3 C. Quart bottle Olives, only 30c. Large Queen Olives, 10c, 20c, 25c. Quart bottle Maple Syrup, 25c; per gallon, 75c. Large Can Table Syrup, 10c; half gallon can, 19c; gallon can. 36c. MacBeth Lamp Chimneys, medium size, 5c; dozen, 50c. Atlanta Parlor Matches, doz., 5c; per 12 doz, 47c. Octagon Soap, per cake, 5c; per doz.. 45c. Large box Ball Bluing, 5c; per doz. boxes, 45c R. J. R. Smoking Tobacco, pkg, 5c; per lb., 33c. Old^ Peach, Apple and Reynold's Sun Cured Tobacco, per lb., 37c. Our fresh meat atands at both of our stores cannot be surpassed by any meat store in the city and priees very reasonable. Mr. J. E. Stansbury is at our Marshall Street store, Mr. Phil Blenner is at our Cary Street store. Goods will be delivered at depot free of charge. Express or Money Order must <|?company all orders. The August Grocery Co. TWO STORES, 611 and 613 E. MARSHALL STREET, Madison 1232-4506 720-722 WEST CARY STREET, Phone 354 Our delivery cannot be beat, we dpliver goods in all the suburb. nnd Manchester. Elgin Butter, per lb.35c Buttcrinc, per lb.20c _-_.ll Cream Chcese, lb.20c Switzer Cheesc, lb.30c Irish Potatoes, peck, 21c; bushel, 80c. 3-lb. can of Maryland Chief or Jamestown Tomatoes, 8c. 2 cans of Lemon Cling California Peaches for 25c. California Apricots, Pears or Cherries, per can, 20c. Largc Florida Orangcs, 15c, 20c and 25c dozen. Orange Courthnuso hy Rov. .1. T. Al? len. Tho couplo wlll resldo In Char lottesvllle. F IDTIIi SPEITTET Councilmen Complain of Leaving Money Lying Idle in City Treasury. Tho Council Committeo on Appor tlonmcnt of lixpendlturcs in tlio An ivexed Terrltory has boen called to meet on .Vcdnosday nlght at 8 o'clock, the notlcos bolng1 marked "important," in view of tho fact that at tha last threo regular meetlng- there haa not been a ciuorum. Thero ia some complaint ln und out of tho Council at tha Inactlvlty of tiio committeo in apportlonlng tho small balanco, hnrdly more than $3,000, now to tho credit of tho annoxod terrltory. l-"ollowlng tho approval Qf tho anncxa tlon act of 1900. under the lorma ot thnt agrooment, a bond lssuo of 18 por cont. of the assessed valuatlon, or $126,000, was mado for improvements* ln tho new area, A special commit? teo was named to apportlon the va? rlous improvoments, and a scheclulo waa drawn, 'dlvldlng tho money into varlous funds foi* streot, sewei* and alley work, with funds for orcotlon of two flre onglno houaos, purchase of a lot for tho Hanover School, extending g-as and water malns, and taking over a portlon of tho debt of Henrlco county. Among tho largo improvoments mado from that fund wero tho extoiision of Monumont Avenuo to tho nosonoath Uoad, ln tho West 12nd, and tho open? ing, gradlng and pavlng of Thlrty fourth Streot, from Broad Stroet to Oakwood Avoiuio, In tho East Und. Whlle all of tho fund was at ono time apportlnueil, the estlmatos were lib? eral, and whon tho work was done. certaln, balanees rcvertod to tho com.. mlttoe, to bo reapportloned, and in tho laat year a niinibm* of supplementary Improvoments havo boon atltliorlaod. Now CiiunoUmen aro olalmltyg- that. tho balanco of tlio ftiud, lyltig Idlo iu tho Clty Treasury, should bo oxpeudod aml tho committeo wlnd up Us af fulrs. Tho aiinoxiul terrltory has foi* two yours been divided 111110.11*** tho ya rlous wiirils uf thu clty, aud rocelvefl Ita share of tho street uud other funds In tho annual biulgot, llko other ?oc llona of tho clty. Tn addition, atul not Inoluclod ln uny itgreomont wlth thu peoplo of tho u? tiexed teiTitory, the olty has wlthln Uu* J-_-_-? AJi-J" Ig-JUft-. i_-__U -._ J-i-_, ?__. tent of $1,500,000, of whlch more than $1,000,000 is to be expended in sew ers and water malns ln tho new sec? tion, work on whlch will begin in several sections of tlio city ...with the coming of sprlng. Healdeuts' Meetiuf? To-iYlght. The qunrterly meetlng of tho Glnter Park Resldonts' Association will bo. held In the assembly hall to-night, whon an address on "Clvlc Prldo" wlll be dellvered by Marshall M. Gilllam. The chalrmen of the several commlt? tees aro requested to bo present, as thelr reports aro expected to bc mado al thls meoting. The chairmon of tho commltteo aro as follows: T. Craw? ford Bedd, streets and sidewalks; M. M. Gilllam, lights; Rev. F. A. Rldout. schools; W. S. Rhoads, transportation; H. B. Frtschkorn, flre protection, and S"? Rutherfoord Rose, by-laws. SORE THROAT often lcads to something worse. Gowan's Preparation gives quick relicf for sorc throat, hoarseness, croup, colds and pneumonia by destroyinginflammationandcon gestion. Keep it in the home for emergencies. Exteraal and penc trating. ?1.00, 50c, 25c. AU, druggists. Cut Flowers, Roses, Chrysanthemums, Designs MANN & BROWN, FL0RISTS, S ^est Broad Street, HIOHMOND, va. Orders fillcd promptly. Shippod anywhore. M'lioue Madlson 3052.