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Personal. MASSI-8 nf plnk bipln wlth n baokgrnund nf piilmn nnd snil InX wcro qseri ill r|oi:oratlng tho Iiandsonin ilniwIng-rooinH of "May mont," the beautiful .uuntry homo of Major and Mr* Jamo* n. poolay, las_ tllght, ivlirn Afajor Dooley v:n* host "f a Htug dlnner party In honor of .Invcr nor Wllllam Ilodgoi, Mann. Covors were lald for olghtc.n, nnd B allvcr buskot illled wlth plnk roaebuda and lllle? on a raised sllver plitquo, also illled wlth pluk Iniflr-., w.-i.ti tiHod to ornanirnt thr ventrr of Ihr tablo, wlth lt-.i hand somo appolnt moiiiB of allvcr and culgln".. A banklng of plnk llllrs on the mantel ?nd great branch 0_ plnk hlnsaoms fur thor drroi-Htrd l.'io dlnlng-room. Major Dooley'fi guests Included: Gov ornnr Mann, .ludgn f.. f.. LeJWlo, .Iohn P. Branch, Alexander Cameron, Thoinaa M. Rutherfoord, Eghert <-. Lelgh, Ir.i B. .T. Willlr. Ilenry Laildon Caboll, Wll? llam ![__Whlte. Thomas Rolling. .Iohn A. Coke, John stewart Bryan, General Wllllam ..uflin Co'g; Fredrrl. k XX. Septt, .lohli L. Wllliams an.l Ilrnry W. Anderron. nrldirr I.iinrhron. 'Mr.. .Iohn ('. Hagaii, of 400 I.i:--t Franklln strret. entertalned on Jion dny at i o'clock at a very at'tractlve brldge luncheon ln honor of Ml.s Ha.-hri Haiinum, ot Cheiter, i'a . who l? thr house giin.i or Judge and Mr*. 11. f'artcr Scott. T,hft prize. ivorr awarded to Mrs. IMbrri iv-giam and MIps Nancy Reldort, and tho rooms were decorated throughout In red and white flowers. A flat piaour of whlto. rose. wbb ti^.d io drrorut<? tiio luncheon table. and thr candles wrre ahaded ln crlpiBon nnd sllver. A slngle rr,i rnr marked tho plaeen of thu gu.-stn, who Included: Mlaees Mannum. "f Pcnnsyl vanla; Mary Saund.i... Elale Ingram, Mary Traylor. Ka'hcrlnr l.ugan, Kan nle Millor. f.ora Crump, D*rancea Scott, Nanrito Relden, whllely. of Phlladol Phla. and Mr;:. Robort Pegram. In Itnnor of Mra. Menrt. Mrs, si-lney i.ee Ollllarri entertalned on Monday afternoon nt l o'clock at a very attraetlvo card party |n honor of Mrs. Bnieot f'ampbell Mead. The rooms wero beautlfully decorated In whlte ro?o., candles shaded |n sllver and ferns. Mrs. Giniam wore a gown of bla.k satln, and received with Mrs< Me.-ul, who waa gowned ln palo green satln, wlth Irldescont emhroldery. and black'picture hat. Mlsa Eavlnla Whlte, In a whlte lingerie froek over plnk, also asslsted ln dolng the honora. Mrs. Kvana was ajvanled tho flrst prl.r. n pair ot alik lio.e, and the c.on BOlatlori, a largo red popcracker filled with candy, Mfas cut by Mrs. ..amuelson. The gurst of honor waa pri> ented wlth a handsome Bllver candlflstkk. The Valcntlno Idea. waa carrled out wlth 1hr acore card., whteh worn iitllc red hcarts. Those preaeiit woro.: Mesdam.. J_rneal Campbeli Mrad, .lamrs Ainblvj Johnston, Walter Hnbar.i, Gllmer Min or, Jr., E O MlKguibutUain, James ,1 Pollard Alberi V. I.untt. Max ...-u.net' fon, Wlllii-rn P.ns.ell Jones, M. .-. An derson, Car: Moschcn, Warren, Edwan Evans, C. (" Chapln, Miller McCue. joht (.. WInston. Mlssea Ver-a Palmer, Marlt Ughtfoot and l.ella Hlll. D?x Party t.a_t Mght. Mrs, Thomaa Stokea was among 1h< box hostesse.s last evenlng at th Academy of Mualc to se . thc Arcadian ln "Turvyland." Sho also ontertatnei r party of her friends at a beautiful!; appoli.trd supper glven ln Ihe West mnreland Club aftor the performanc. Luncheon for Mra. Mann. Mrs. Sldney J, nudlcy cntertalpe yesterday at 1 o'clock at tho Hern-.i tage Club nt a beautiful luncheon 1; honor <-f Mrs. Wllllam Uodg.-s Mann Decoratlons wero lu Amcrican beuut: roses and vlolets. f'overs wero lah f.ir sixt.cn. each platc belng inarkci by a charmlng hund-palnted card an. a long-stemined Amcrican Bcauty rose At the placo of Mrs. Mann, tho hoiio gqc.t. was a fragiatit corsage bouque of vlolets. Mra. I_udle-/'_ guests Ipcluncd, bc Sldes tha honorce: Mra. J. Taylor EU.vi.on, Mrs. Henr: A. Atklnson, Mrf. Ilarvie Wchelct Mrs. Edward C. Puga., of Blimlnghau Ala-: Mrs. James M. J.anghornc. Mr. XX'. W. Sale. of Norfolk; MIkh Ethe XV. Atklnson. Mrs. Wilbur X. WatHln. Mrs. Wllllam Marshall. Mrs. Lylo. o Bedford Clty; Mr?- Evati K. .Chester man, Mrs. Frank U I.oCompte. Mr: Have You Noticed? How prices or things for the table?eggs, meats, groceries, etc, have advanced the past few years, all except Its price. is no higher to-day than seven years ago when it first established'itself as the most popular brand on the market. THE REILY^TAYLOR CO., N%?_.LAAICS Announcement to the Ladies! I wlll open a Ladies' Tailorlng Fstabllshment nt 210 North Flr-st Street on Thursday, February 10, aud ir.vlto tho ladies of Richmond and vicinity to call and inspect my samples of Woolens and Trlm-i mlngs, whlch wlll be tho largest selectlon shown ln thlH city, and will Includo all of tho soason'a ncwest and most ?xoluolvo tahrlcs. Havlng had oxtonstvo experience as cutter and flitter tor tho lead ing ladies' tailorlng cstabllshmonts of New York City, I can guaran tco pertect work. Durlng tho romalnder of thls mouth specially low prices wlll be quoted to patrons placlng orders. LADIES' TAH'OR FinST STHEF.T. Our Handsome Illustrated Catalogue Of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, STERLING and FINE PLATED TABLEWARE, CUT GLASS, LEATHER GOODS and NOVELTIES IN GOLD and SILVER, will be mailed to you upon request. In it are many HOLIDAY SUG? GESTIONS. . C. Lumsden & Son, Ine, "Jewelers to the Southerti People." 731 East Main .Street, Richmond, Va. SURPRISE Says Mrs. Albert Root?to Her Friends?-As a Result of / Taking Cardui, Thc Woman's Tonic. Amanda, 0.-i-"l was haidly ever with' out a licaclaclie, and often ha?l a nti.cry iii my biicrl .wl su.cs," writes Mrs. Albcrt ttoot, of thia place, "I was si.-k in bed nnc-half 61 my time, and suffered a great deal from netiralgia of the :.lomaf li. "Sinro taking Cardui, thr wurnan's tonic, I have gaihed io poundi, and how I (.nt do all of my o\Mi hotiecwork and washing, and my friends say I look like a different person; "Before I b?garl U.ing Cardui thn doc? tor said I would have to ltavn an opcra tion, but f would not henr of it, antl com rnohced ustrte Cardui, which has helped me wondcrfully." Wcak, dclicate ladii - need Cardui to liritif. rose-.i.iiiif. tlieir j>.i!??. hc k, aud :-nap into thr.-ir wcary frarnes. No other tonic or medicioe can takr the place of Cardui, b-causc the prihcipal ttiRr. dicnts -Irc imported dlicct froin I.urope. where they are grown and vrath e.rod r..pc< inlly ir.r us. X'ardui 1.111 only Uo botighl at the drug .foie in original Cardui bottle?. Acccpt no Mib.titutcs as thr genuin'e Cardui is the woman's tonic about.which you have aiways hejrrl. Ask your druggisl. \. I..?IVrtle to: Ladies' Advisory [Depl , Chattanoo... Medicmr. Co., Cliat Itanooga, Tenp., for Spcciol Itislriiciioris and f. l-page book, "Home Treatment for f Women," sent in plain wrappcr on rc nuest. Kdwiu C. Laird ahd Mrs. XX. Channlng Turn-r, l At Jlonir Thurmluy. Mlsa Katelle do fati'suro wlll i.e nt I home t.v her fr|onds Thur.day af'er ; o'.nn atiil evenlng at hor home, 230. ; West Grace utrcet, ln honor or hor , house guest, Miss Suc Hampton Tyler, I ? of East nadford, Va. . Stay-nt-Hoiiir WlilNt Club ,| The Ptay-at-llome Whlst Club met on Monday evenlnir at the residence of | jtfra.-'WaUer R. Martin. 214 N'orth Shaf? er Street. Thrce tablrs were enfraqect. and top score wa? made by Mr.. Bland j Pmlth and Admlral Webster. Con cernlns. _JI?a Woutli.nrd. r M'Bs T-eltice Woodward, who rtas , been spendinj; several duya as the j jjucst of her Blstcr. Mrs. Josrph I I Cochran, ln Staunton. has eon. to , 1 l,oxln?rfon, Vr.., whero she wlll attend ?' tho .hop Rlven hy the V, M I. ca.c-ts. . l_ater Mls_ Woodward wlll return to fcjUunton and remain w-iih. Mrs. Coch . i ran for aonir time, l.a.hrop?WIlHon. 1 St. jobn'g Episcopal Churcti, Charles, , mr.. w. Va., waa the scene or a very , beautiful weddiny last evenlng at s:r,0 o'clock nr. n r>. Roller rrficiatjug, when Mlsa WlUla Flt-gerald wtiaett, daughter of thc late Governor Wilson, was gtyen ln marrlage to Clement Parksdale Lathrop. of thls clty. Thc altar waj banked ln palms and ascen I j elon lllles, .' 1 Tlio brlde was attended hy her two ? I Klster:. ajt malds of honor, Misses Ash !- (OH and Xan Wllsoh, nn,| four hrldes inalds?Misses Ile.k-n Lathrop, of Rlch. jj mond: Charlotte Woodman. EH-aneth . Hlll and Ashton Woodman. of Charles. n ton. They worn gowns of white satln u vellefl lu whlte chlffon, emhroldered ln J Kold roses and gold wreaths ln tholr II hair. Thclr flowers w.rc btinches of j j Ascrnnlon lllies, tied wlth gold cords The brlde, who entered the chureh ." i wlth her coualn. John Donnelly, was r beautlfully gowned ln ' whlto satln . ! veiled wlth crystaJ tttlle, and trlm j niod wlth duchesse lace. Her tullc . I voll was cnupht wlth oranpre blOMOOTS, I nnd I'.cr bOtiquot tvas of llllea cf the y i vallcy. ? | The brldegroom's brother, r'ekott 1, ! I.athrop, was best nv.vr. and th?!_grooms 1.1 men wero Wllllam tj, I^anshorno. ^of 1 Albrmarle rouhty. Va., nnd Stuart G. 1, t.'hristlan. Hirani M. fir.ith, Robert N". f Vollard nnd Wllllain Forbes. of Rlch - ? mond. 1, A brllllant r.coption followed thc :efemOny ln iho homo of thn brlde's uothor, whlch v/a? dncorated ns thc ihureb, ln '.naiiy palinn aud llllos. Mr, and Mrs. Lathrop wlll Bpenfl ' thoij- honoymoon ln Cnrindn, and on returnlng wlll make thelr lioma ln thls ?iiy. ,,'"*?* Hnllnnilonil Nurnoy Untcrinlned. I iult roios, Hinllax nnd randolubra hadi-d in pttf0 r0H? ,.(,ior woro eftoctlve. lecorailons thioughont the house vch* teraay Hftonioon from li to 7 o clock. ,vhrn M1*h MariTfiret Chewnlng, of 1039 Uc-.t Cruce Ktren, cutcrt.ilnod In Iton r of Mlsses ncssle ||-,ihind lllltl Tli** rcsfl Nurne.v, of Huffolk, A pal? green riasket lilli'd with pink rosebuds nml -.night. wltii gsiiizf. ribbon wuh ii?.-d ! tu ii contreplec-wfor tha (able, anrt ti. andlea wero .Bded m pink aud bIj per. MI.-.- Chowwing, v.ho woro nn im? ported chirfon. ombrolderod |M pmk royebuda, nnd cnriled n shcaf 'if pimc roses, received with Mlss Nurney, wlio i ;'. orr> a olisrmlnjr froek of lavrrid.r -?repe, wllh nn ovcrtri'Hs of nllverOil dilffon, .ind carrled oroltldx, nnd MlBB Holland, wearlng n gown or whlle uniin, ombroldored |u silver a?<l ervs* tal. Hhe eatrleil a honeguy ot gleon orchlds aud llllc*. Ml.-.c Ruby Chewnlnif, In pink ?."l'i Irlmnied ln Irisdt lace, Wltli a cor* ??ge bou'itict of Kugllsh vlolcta. served.! punch, in?Bistpd by Mlaa Palsy wilson, | nf X'ctersburg, ln pink mO.i. trimmed , ln penrlu nnd renl lnce, with Uonegay ; of pink bud* and lilles. and Mlss Kath* Icon Richardson, ln pink chiffon with enrsngo bOltfJUCt of llllos and vlolois, Mrn. 't.lliKiin'M Ten. Mrs. Georgo ArmlBtead Clb?oh enter? talned vosterdny afternoon In honor ot her sltiter, Mi??. McOlung, at one of tho liaitdsoniest nCtcrnoon receptlona glven ln Hlehnioiid this wljit-r. The rooma wcre trnnsformed into a verlta* hlo hower of Jovellness with draplngs of Southern smllax, groupa of palnw and wall pockets of pale pink buds. A lattlcework of Golden Uate roses lormod an effectlve backffround for Hie recelvlns party, and pnlms gcreerir ed th" oi-rhcstra. whlch played durlng the cntertiilnmcnt. ln tho dlnlng room a riistic basket filled with dafforills, vellow tullps and llllea ?nd wound with yellow gaur.o ribbon and dal3ies, Cormed an effectlve centreplece for tho table. Bowls of pink llowers and smi lax were arranged on tho mautels. Mrs. Gibion received ln a handsome. gown of old rose chiffon. trimmed In fur nnd Irlsh lace, and carrled vio? lets and orchlds. Mlss McOlung l wore n gown of black patln. heavlly' ein* broldered, nnd carrled a i-dieaf nf Amerlcan Heniity rose*. Also in the recelvlng llno wcra Mrs. .rohn iinycs, ln gray crepe, violets; Mlss Charlotte Bemiss, ln old roBe chiffon, emhroid ered ln gold; M|sa Ii?aacs, ln pale blue sntln, embroidered ln pink roiies, vio? lets and gardenlas. Ar.slsting ln dolng the honors of thn occaslon wero Mrs. Hugh Skipwlth. Mr?. Prceton Noland. Mr.i. Mann, Mrs. Arthur Sjcrlbner, Miss Kathorlno fViinn. Mrs. Palrner and Mrs. Thomas B. Purcell presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. Barton Orundy and Mrs. A. D. William.* poured coffee. About 150 guests called during ihe afternoon. V Dance Mcmilnv M.cht, \ Albert Bublett and B, 13. Johnson were host? of a very attractivc. danc? Monday evenlng at the Elk.V Home, on Blcventh and Marshall strcet?. a ger. man was danced, and a large party of people wore present. Mrs. j. B. Page chaperoned the affalr, and palms end potted planls formed effective dec. orations. In nnd Ont of To"n. Mlss Sue Ifampton Tyler, of Eaat I-tadford. ls visitlng Mlss E-telle de Kaussure. . Cadet Kusscll s. Hountree. of thls city. has returned to Augusta Mllltary Academy. after visitlng hi.., sister, Mrs. lirnest B. Crawford. In Harrl_onburg. Mies Avis Orant ls the guest of Mrs. Menalcus Uinkford, In Xirfolk. Miss Mary Wharton Johnson. or Ac comac, and Miss Janye I/ynn Cole. of Furcellvlllo, Va., are the house guests of Jlrs. Lacy f;.tlne.s Boss at her home on Xorth Meadow Street. Miss Elolso Brueo, who is spending the wlnter in Boltlrpore, rtme to Rich? mond to attend thc Baylor-Bumieistcr concert on Monday evenlng. (in1hlng<i?Hosm. f Soecinl to The Times-Dispatch.1 Wadesboro, N. C February $.?The marriage ?f Mlss Bllzabeth Rosa to J. P. GathingB has boen announced to tuke place Tuesday evenlng, February IA. at the home of her uncle, J. G. Boylln, nt S o'clock. ile. ni 11 lon?Oooch. [Speclal lo Tlie Times-Dispatch.] Wadesboro, X. C.. February 8.?Ca'ds liavi* beon received hero announeliip: tiio unproachlng weddlng uf Mlas Fan ulo May Oooch to Robert l.oe Hanill ton, at Oxford. X. C, February 17. MJss Gooch is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danlel J. Gooch, of Oxford. and a si.ter of Mr.-?. T. T* Caudle aud Mra. P. 3.. Hardlcon. of Wadesboro. McUcnilc?.\VooiIy. I Special to The Tlmes-DIsDatch.l lynchburg. Va., February S.?Infor } matlon has been received ln the cits .o? the marriago in Jacksonvllle, Fla. [last Thursday evenlng of Miss Annle < Eliza Woody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ? 1-:. Woody, of thls city. to V. Arthui McKensde, a traveling salesniajn. whoat headentarters are ln Jurksonvllle. The marriage took placo at tho par sonage. of the Flrst Chrlstiati Church Jacksonvlllo, tho pastor of lhat church Kev. J. T. Roone. nmclating. siuiiEns if o EFHIKIDF SE81 Election Contest Case Taken Up Alleged Insane Man on Ticket. Washington, V. C, February S? Becauso an alleged crazy man got o tho ballot as a candldate for Congrcs In the Flfth Virglnia Distrlct at th last election, and obtatned the suppor of a number of olectors. tho result o tho clectlon in that distrlct may b ovorturncd. and Representatlvn E. %\ baunderP, Dcmocrat, may bo deprlve of his aeat. Thls remorkablc state of affalr- wa disclosed befovo the Eloctions Com mittee, Xo. 2. of tho Houso to-da^ when tho contest of Parsons vs. Saun ders was taken up. John. M. Parsons ih? Republlcan candldate, is conte.eiln tho seat of Mr. Saunders, who, on th face of tho returns. received a plural lty of ubout eikhty votes. Tn addltlo to hls allogatlons that tho distrlct wa unlawrfully "gort'ymanderod" agaln? him, and that varlous other lrregulari tloa ocourrod, Mr. Parsons asserts thu ono Elllott G. Mnthewa, an ineano mai was allowed to placo hla name on th ballot as a candldate for Comrrcc agatifit himself and Mr. Saunders. It was rolatod before the eommlttc to-day how Mathews, a vlctlm of r< curroht Insanlty, had lieen release J'rom an asylum and had nomlnate himself for Congress, obtainlng a plac on the ballot by eendlng his namo 1 the Secretary of tho Commonwealt with attestatlons ln compliance wli tho Virginia law. Efforto to provei hls name golng on the ballot wei frultlesB, and he received a numbt of votes at tha election. Mathews agaln ln tho asylum, tt waa sald. Juat how many votes Mathews r< oelved wlll not be known untll tl hallots are oounted, whloh wlll be doi liy a subcommittee, comprlsed of Re] resentatlves Burke, Pennsylvanla: Bei not;- New York, and Tonvolle, Ohio, > tho Blectlons Commltteo, beglnnlr nnxt Thursday, Thero are- uear 14,000 hallots to count. Condensed Statement of the Richmond Banks, January 31, 1910 CO.1HM--._D MV .V, p, _Ui;i,TO.\, ASSISTANT CASirii.lt. I'ltlST NATinNAI, flA-Vlv. l.onna nnd < nsh Toinl nur ' Tn.nt Inveatinenln, Ci U. I.t .lirinar. from llnnkn. A*??1*. i i?. ,\n<|nnni llnnk. 98,238,003 2.-. s?ir_,03ii 48 *1,21,1,303 Wl nn,ns_,_ns nn i'iiiiikth' \oHomii nnnfc. n__-.3r.nfi ", r...3,sn2 i.o 58_yioo oa .,418.827 ns rVnflo_.nl Hanit ??f . 'Irglnia. :i.*m;,;i2s st xih,iiiin t_ ti 13,380 31 -1,770,110 77 -Vnflniinl ,1?n(r llnnk. (1,7711,-011 711 :tss,s2<) II) 1177,(150 "7 4,5 42,086 03 Mi-r.-liniilV .Vn.lonnl llnnk. 11,7(11,303 70 r.7?,!tss fil 070,400 ??"> 7,300,500 80 i ity llnnk . .?. 1,750,3-1 tl) 133,0111 20 210,345 1.1 3,087.002 83 .. ni-rii-nii Nnllonnl llnnk. :t.sr>4,?U3 411 077,01)0 711 7!?:t,7|>- 47 8,020,747 IIJI llnnk of Il1r-.ii.mii_. 0,5)10,310 C! 317,708 03 001,547 01 4,4(10.57;. 07 llroiiil Mrerl llnnk - . 1,471,708 0(1 07,38-10(1 43, (4 (ill 1,351,436 70 lliink ur < oiiuivn-c nnd Truit.. 009,301 03 70,nit ll> 73,757 4(t . LCP*,!)*!) 88 1 nifin llnnk . 3,055,024 ."(> (.200 00 27,100 2S 2,084,300 77 Cnpllol .xnvlnnn llnnk. 581,117 04 (0.751 3.. 43,143 02 004,014 71 Snvlngi Hnwk. 1,009,881. 14 4,200 57 40,434 or? l.ooi, i?h 80 H'c?< H"'l Bank. 113,218 33 5,3.0 05 -,023 27 I20,B28 33 Vlrglii.n Trn?. Contpnny. 1,134,8041 03 1,500 45 0f>,no7 2? 1,330,033 33 Conin.on-.enl Hi llnnk. 517,77* 3? 30,417 80 5,100 st .-.73,357 08 . Inlii ,?(re-? llnnk. 18-1.72%. un ."..(181 s-5 10,003 *3 200,504 37 Snvlng* llnnk, <irnnd Founfnln. 444,405 5s 04,534 II 4,830 43 543,820 13 Tolnl .'..f40,315,530 68 13,505,084 40 *5,fin2,58l 34 805,413,303 48 MAHIMTIF,. . ? Surplii.- Tolnl Ooud iiiii.i- To.nl ? rnpitni. nml I'mrin. cirrulndnii. DepniltH. Accnunl, I.lnbllltles, Liabilities; iirst rvnllonnl flnnk.81,000,000 81,003,038 04 j.ntiMni) 86,500,301. TB siio.oon .810/08-1,308 ?n I'lnntrrV Nnllonnl llnnk. 300.000 1,241,701 ..." 30n,<IOf. 5/.77.I25 83 . 7,4IS,H37 38 Vntlminl llnnk ->f VlfglDln. ..OO.tHfO 304,038 73 405,000 3,111,278 0 1 355,000 . 4.770,1(0 77 Vfilloiinl SlBtc nnnk. 500,000 470,733 32 337,200 3,070,73100 . 8205,000 00 4,r.42,nN(l 112 Mt.clinnlH' ."-nllnnnl llnnk. 300,000 050,082 03 185,301. 0,004,3-3 03 . 7.2Pr>,!.0? 80 ni; llnnk . . 100.(100 210,223 oh . i.(77.nsoi( . 2W87,003 83 Amerienn Nnllonnl llnnk. 400,000 245,008 73 345,000 4,003,048 00 131,000 . 5,020,747 03 Bank of Hich mond. 1,000,000 513,130 31 . 3,050J444.70 . 4,4r.n,r?7r> 07 llrond stri-rl llnnk. 200.000 102,728 88 . 1,348,707;8S . 1 ,.?..-1,43(1 73 llnnk of Conuncrce nnd Tnintn... 200,000 1(0,2112 r.s . 878,727 30. l,_-iH,ti8n ?s Unlon llnnk .-? 210,700 402,537 13 . 1^403,013 05 . 2,OKl,:t00 77 Capitol Snvlngn llnnk. .",0,000 13,083 38 . .'.70,331 -CC -. 034,014,71 Snvlnjm rinnk . 300,000 107,318 50 . 1,287,150 30 .-. _,0G_?4_8S0 -\>xt End llnnk. 25,000 8,323 88 . 85,805 17 . 2.00000 130,03805 V|rp|nln I'riiNt fompnit.v. 702,07.1 14.022 21 . 438,080 Ot> . .,330,023 33 (nnuiioii.Trnlllt llnnk. 300,000 24,080 is . 303,083 00 . 44,087 80 573,357 08 Mnln .trret llnnk. 07.300 1,354 73 . |,37,5.0'05 . 10,100 00 200,00437 Savlng. BnnJc, G.nnd Fouutatn... 100,000 88,445 3.. . 325.3SO 77 . 513,83012 Tolnl.10,303,035 50,003,731 37 $3,312,700 1.30,455,008 22 $034,000 8322.0S7 80 855,4(3,303 48 FOOTBALL GIMES II BE LIMITED Strenuous Argument Before Ap parcntly Favorablc Coni mittiee. PAGE LEADS OPPOSITION Member Wants to Bar All Match G a ni c s i n T h i s Stalc. Modern football playlng, both for lta pliyslcal jauscrs and for Its dlsadvant ages in the absorption from studles, was warmly disctt^sed yesterday uefore the House Cotnmittce on School* an-t Colleges. The subject matter was the Myers bill, which is designed, not to \fr '?^ "Farm-bottlcd"' Mllk U different. It ih pure, clean and vholesonie. From tho cow to tho con sumor only the most ap? proved methods aro om ploycd. and every prccau tlon ls taken to Inauro and malntflin wlthout varlatlon thc hlghest possible qual? ity. Wo can mako afternoon Uolivorlcs. . Miniborya Farm 223 East Main. prohlblt football, but to linilf athletlcs o? all klnds. One member of the commltteo wanted to forbld the playlng "f any match games of any kind anywhere in the State. A spoakor sald any college whlch WOUld llmlt football would havo a large Inercnso In Ita nttendance. Promlnent men in thls State wcre ro? ported ;is sendlng me.-isagea to the Legislaturo to curtal) the evils of the giWC and, despito tho vlgorouu pro teat of Itosewell Page, of Ihe commlt? tee, against the blll, the sentlment seemed to be well nlgh unanlmous agalnst hlm. (Thnslderatiou was, how? ever, deferred in order to givo tlme for communication with the hcads of tho State Instltutions of lenrnlng go as to learn thelr vlcwrt on tho probable re? sult lf the blll were nppllod to them only, nnd not to schools ln whlch the Stato has no lntere'st. Kcep Student.i nt *.chooI. Mr. Myers explalned tbo object ot his blll. It contemplates forbtddlng players of any kind of athlotic gamo from leaving their school more than thrcot timos wlthln any ono eossIoii; from travollng on Sunday ln going to or returning from a gamo, and from playing on thelr own grounds more than three games in ono season with any team from outslde of the city or county. These restrlctlons apply only. however, to echools controlled hy the State, Mr. Whlto appeared for the blll. Ile llvcs in the college town ot Lexington. He said that the boys become wild over football to the detriment of thor? studles. Keplylng to quostlnns from Mr. Page, he said he had been Inves tigaiing tho subject for Civo years, and that he helieved that parents WOUld prefer not to send thelr boys to schools tn whlch atliletics play such a proml? nent part. IXc dld not belleve Stato schools would suffer In atlendancc if the blll were adopted. To tho contrary, he thought the nt? tendance at them would Inergaso 2ii per cent- thc flrst year, and the State would havo to cnlargc its approprla tlons to tako caro of thn stmlents. Vory few highl.v tralned e.thlotcs, ho sald, excel ln thelr studles. Hnr All Gantea, Mr. Love offered an amendment that no match gamo of any sort should bc permlttod on any schonl ground In tlie Commonwealth. I/e said tlie blll does not go neariy far enough. Tho pres? ent craze for atliletics, he argued, is hlghly dctrimcntal to education. Thc game botweon tho University of Vir? glnia and tlie Cnrlisle Indlans. ho sald, wa.s shanioful, nnd tho receptlon glven tho roturnlng team by the faeulty and student body was a dlsgrace to tlu Stnte. An cxcoedlngly forceful spoech, de? llvered quletly, wns mado by Mr, Jen nings, He appeared at tho request ot Goneral T. T. Munford, who ls a mem? ber of tho faeulty of tho Virglnia Mill? tary Instltute, and others. General Munford said hc hoped tho Legislature would restrlct football and do some? thing toward thc abolltlon of hazing Thc samo pallant offlcer had mcntloncc three Lynehburgars?\\ I'. I. mon anc Confcdciato soldlers-?who would not send thelr sons to that school bocausi of football. Ilo thought tho boys it a mass became rlotous, and acted dif ferentlv from thelr ordinary behavlor He begged the comntiltoe, In conclu sion, io do something to romedy tl" evll. Subject oif Pollce nesrulutl-n, .Mr. White said that inasmuch a; football Is dangerous to human llfo 1 ls a proper subject for pollce protce tion and can ho rcgulated. He doclar ed that of late years thc percontag< of students taklng iho full degrco; has boon reduced. Tho bill dld not go as far as Mr. Dca would Uko to havo 11. lie. sald, how over, that lt was a step ln the rlgh directlon. He added that all the col loges rocolvlng ald from thc Stat would bear looklng Into. Mr. Pago was very much in carno; In opposlng tho blll. He sald, "lf yo want to break up foolball or provet junkntlng trlps, do it, but don't brin a blll In hero applylng to the Stat Instltutions and not to tho othor ADVANCE QF SCIENCE Tlie IVotablo Aclilevoiucnl ' of a Itul'l more tSpcclnllst. Baltlmore, Md.?Dr. W. L. Herndor ..no of tho best known phyeloluns Ii the Soutli, and a speelallst of note li tho treatment of rhoumatlsin, hns ar rangod with the. Road Drug ancl Chem Ical Oo.. tho largest ilrm of Us klni ln Maryland, to offer to tho publl generally tha medicine use.i by hlm si aucoessiully for yeara ln ull fonns o rheumatism. Thls is Dr. Ilcrndon'a own presorlp tion, exaotly as proscrlbod hy him ii thousunds of casos, and which is i positlve and permunent curo for ever: rheumntlc condition, ucute or chronlc The medicine is called "Gypsoy'a Olft. and is a strlctly -clentirto ronlod^ compounded aftor Dr. Hernnon-.a o\v formulii, and sold at U a bottlo. witi an absolute guaruntuo to curo nn caso of rhoumatlsm or refund th ^Th'eVmel'e Drug Co.. St7 East Proa Streot hus Juat recciivodta uupply o "Gvnsov's Q ft," aml Invlle* all rhou mutlcs lo take advantagoof tha pres ent opportunlty to seciiro a bottle c 1 thla really mWveloua remedy* f ilrre, horrever, you nro not breaklng r up thr gatpe. "I havo two boys, nnd . hop. I Shall hr able to send them lo enlleiro. They have b^en taught nt home tho fundamentalH of manhoodj and I am not nfrnld to have them po. Don't damajro thn best lnBtlty,tlnn on thn face of thn earth?tho Unlverslty of Vlrglnla. I would not voto to defeat a blli to abollah tho (lylng- tackle, but GLARING INEQUALITIES ? IN STATE'S TAX SYSTEM That Mathewa county ls paylng real estato taxes at proclsely one-fourth the rate pald in Prince George county and that Nelson county farmers pay twico as heavy realty taxes aa farm er.i In Fage are among tue most recent developments in tho study of tho Stato'3 tax syatem. Theso facta and many of tlm same character are brought out ln tho report prepared byt tho Senate l-'lnance Committee, on rt turns made by tho clerks of tho va. j rlous countles of tho State. Whllo i only thirty-fotir countles answered the ' reque.st of the Flnance Committee for I information regardlng tho value of I real estate nnd Its assessment, the H_r urea -Ubtnltted aro considered by many i as the most welghty argument yet art vaneed for a reform of the StiUc'a tax laws. Durlng thc preliminary sesslon of , I the Senate's Flnance Committee ln | December last a, resolutlon was Intro !j duced by Senator Ward, of Winchester, an.l passed by thc committee, dlrcct i 1ng the committee cjork-to secure from i the cle?ks of the countles a tablo show. i Ing- tho actual value of the lands sold I ln their respeetive countles durlng the Orst slx months of lflO!>, topether wlth tho assessed value of the same lands taken from tho land books of thc com ml.slone.s of the rovontto. In rt-sponsn to thls renuest the clerks of the followlng countles sent In all tho desired Informatton: Hallfax, Prince George, Albemaflp, Omngo, Chesterfleld, Mlddlesox, Bath. Sussex, plouceeter, Shenandoah, Rockbrldge, Greene, Uotetourt. Carolina, Arnolia. Charlotte, James Clty, JIathews, Prince William, Powhatan, Page, Nelson. Sur? ry, l.le of Wight and Highland. A nu'mbor of other countles ne.nt. In par tlal Information, whlch ls Includod lii a separate stu.trm.ent prepared by the committee. llmv Value!- ItauR-e. The worat offender against the law requlrlng tha assessment of landa for taxatlon at their full value appears to Here and Ihere in the Legislature .Continued From Thlrd Page.) maklng any atep ln that dlroetlon yet. James D. Patton, nnothor dlroctor, l'dcclared that tho board had never _ | or..'. thought of rehewlnc. *t W11S r.-.ill_eil fully that tho board is under tho Lcglslature's dlroetlon. Such an act as a roncwal to the dlsadv_.ntl.g0 ot' tlio State had nov'er been contom plated. Tlio board had ovory deslre to co-opcrate. with tho Legislature to securo tho hlghest posslhlo return for tho labor oC tho convlcts. * It was mado plaln by tho committee thut no rollectlon on thc board waa in tended by tho Inquiry into thc fuc.ta ooncernlus' a rcnowal. Owlng to tho fnct thut the commltteo wishes to se? curo moro Information In regard to thc renowal, further hearlng; was post ponc.l untll Thursday, February 17, at 10 o'clock. Four patrons. _>enalor_i __asslter -umi'. Watklns and Kdmottdson, hav< Introduced a bill ln rc.ercnco to thi use of convlct labor for good ro.H improvement. Thc bill glvcs tho 8tat< Hlghway Comml-slon ihe rigl-.t to alte; 1he penitentiary rules antl regulatloni concornlng convlcts when II become; necessary for cfflelcucy -ind cconom: lu road work. Tho guards nra to b. appolnted with the approval of tht eonimisslonar, aud aro to bo qualinei to supcrvlso road work. An iis.istair to tho Superlntendent of tho Ponlton tlary ts proposed, aud wlll havy chargi of tho State convlct road forco froir tho penitentiary end. Trustlos wll. be used in moro eillclcttt ways that heretot'ore. On Friday morning tha bill to abol ish tho llc.nao on physicians wlll be heard beforo thn Sonate Flnance Corn miiteo. Several pbyitlcians wlll bc present to testtfy ln favor of tlio bill. Much Intorost l? belng taken in the Senate. ln tho contest for a succetssov on the b.mcli to the lnto .Tmlgo Grims loy. Senator Carter I.imlsay Gordon, o/ Loullia, and ox-Hnnat... Shackeiford havo beon mentloned, and their friend. wcro busy yesterday In tho two balls A B.rnnd henrlnif on tlm Throckmorlor dalry bill wlll ba had thls aftornoon at 8:_i bofore tlio llou.o CoiumUUw on Asrloulttin nnd Mlnlng. Tho patron Iu bohovml to have somo ovldmieo to preeent ut Ihls sosalon aml lt is por.octly nafo to aay that tho op pononu ot tho meuaurn wlll bo rlRht oi hand wlth somo moro of tha B_mo brand 01 good. as thuv handod out at Ihe flrst mcot Ing. It la proHumod that tho h-arlni. wll bo concluilod. though tho commltteo in.; not rtacli a doclblou to-day. lt p?v_ to advortla., uncurdLtig to tha ta: ottlcei* ot WlneUaatcr. At Uia _._?lou of ih. Horse Sense A man bought "mixed" feed for his horse because it was"cheaper." The horse rejected it because itwas half saw-dust. If boilers had horse sen9e,' many would reject the mixtures daily forced upon them? rocks, slate, dirt, clinker, etc, hought because they are "cheaper." Feed the boiler Heat Units? Atlantic Guaranteed Coal ?the boiler will eat less and do more. AUanllc States Coal & Coke Co. Richmon-l, Va. T would vote agalnst tho abolltion of llio game. We don't want to makn tnollycoddlea out ot men." Mr. Wllllams. of Glles, suggested that it mlght bo well to look Into what the. prosidenta of the State Instl? tutions thought about tho questlon of hiirtloir attendanco. A motlon to pass tho bill by for tha prngent was carrled. bo Mathews county, whera the rsvtn ot assessment ls 13 per cent. of tha mar? ket valuo. Lands in that county whlch wero sold Tor S49.U00 wero assessed nt $6,736. James City county, with a rato of 27 por cent., standu next low est on the Ust, with Hlghland county third, tho tax rato being 20 per cent. of tho prices real estate brought on tho open market. Pagju coiuity ils fourth, with a rate of 31 Va Per cent. Assessment at about 40 per cont. of tho real valuo seems to be tho moro Or loss general rula of the Stato, judg ing from tho number of countlcs whlch reported that rato to the Senate commlttee. Albemarlo county, assesse.l at 48 per cent, Orange at 41 per cent., Chesterfield at 45 per cent., Mlddlesex at -ii por cent., Bath at 47 per cent.. Susacx at 44 per cent., Gloucestor at 41 por rent.. Amella at 16 per cent., Prlnce William at 48 Va por cent., Pow hatan at 46 per cent. and isle of Wlght | at 43 por cent. In a uuinber of counties thc rate ot taxatlon on real estato la slightly over 50 per cent., while in only one county? Tho rato In that county is 6,1 per cent-, The rato in that county Is 60 por cont., with property salos durlng tho etx | months in question amountlng to $33, 577.04. Abiisc More General. The rovolatlons tn thls statement, it is generally thought, wlll materlally influenee iho Assembly In pushlng thn inovoment for tho oquallaatlon ot taxes. Accordlng to those most f a mlliar with tho tax laws of the State, the custom of under-asacssiug prop? erty has gradually grown more gen? eral, until that sectlon ot tho law which prosicrlbds that taxes shall bo asscssod at thelr full market value has practically boen nulllfted, The figures presented ln this state? ment of the Senato commlttee wlll whortly bo presented to - tho, uppr House. and win probably play\ a largo part in the debato on the ta:c commls? slon blll. whlch is now under con? slderatlon. Senato Flnanco Conimitteo yosterday City Atlorney Wllllams, of Wincheater, In ba bulf of th? Wftrd bill. requlrlng certaln tax returri- to be publlahod ln a n?wspuper, tes tlrtcd that th? city roventma had beon coiu fortably Incrousod by thla method. Tha ays? tem whloh has been so prollilc of results ln Wiuclieslar and whlch Senator Wurd wlshca to ensraft on tho utalulo books, re qulrcs that tho clork of court of each city und county shall publlsh annuully ln tha local nowaimpnr puttlug lu tho lowoat bid for tho job tho iucomo tax ond mnrchants' llceii-e tax rc-turna Eivon ln by each person and corporatlon of thu locallty. Tho result of tho luw has beon that folk havo been ushumod of tiio low returns they mado ln tholr Incoinoa nnd havo bean runnlng thom. conslderably. Tiio inoroliants havo boen afruld lo risturn tholr buslnesa too low, and in many oofJs havo pald a much lilelmr tax tliau thoy ahould on tho facts, just to make thiima iouin moro proaperoua than thoy roally wore. r Food tfsually served right from the pkg. with cream or-frttit. There are also many other ways this delightful food can be used, and the little book, "Tid-Bits Made With Toast? ies," in pkgs. tells how. Convcnicnt, Wholcsome, Appctizing. "The Mcmory Lingers." Pkgs. lOcand 15c. Sold by Grocers.