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\k Personal. rrn;, , MISS IIEEEN CAMP STEINKR, of Montgomery', Alabama, passed through Richmond yesterday Wlth a party chnporonod hy Mr. and Mra. Robert E. Hlelner, on roule for Nowport Neivs, whero MIkh Btclner chrlstened the handsomo now steamer 'Clty of Montgomery for thc Ocean SfenmHhlp Company, of Savannah. She wan handsomely gowned ln n whlle eloth Htilt and carrlcd a shenf of Atnerl can Hcnuly rosos. Others on the prl vntc car wlth Mlss Stelner woro Mr. nnri Mrs. Robert E. Stelner, Mlss Mnry Cobbs, Mlsa Kathlenn Wlnthrop, Dr. Mason, .ludge Norton and Mr. Wll linme. They left Richmond lnst nlght for New York nnd Washlngton, and on thelr return Mlss Stelner wlll bc the gueat of friends In thla clty for a few days. Iiifiirmnl Ten. Mrs. I'ghort l.clgh, Jr., entertained a few frlonds on Sunday afternoon for nn informnl cup of tea ln honor of Mrs. John Howard, of MIchlgan, who ls spendlng ten days at thc Jefferaon Hotel. 1 rcii'llniiH I'nlorlnliiod In l.inil" vlllo. Universlty of Vlrglnla Dramatic Club. the Arcadlans, made Lodlavllle mer-y on Thursday of last week. Tlie club went there lo present "Turvy land." wrltten by Willlam llarrison, of Loulavllle, nnd dld ao at McCauley's Theatre. ~Thc day and nlght were full of entertalnmentn for ihe visiting mem? bers of the club and meinbers of the eaat. The alumnl of Loiilsvllle gav* tho visltiors nn automobile rlde about tho clty and the niirroiinding country. nnd lat?r In the afternoon they were hoets nt a receptlon at the Tavern Club. Miss Amella Rrown and Pcaslee Gaulbert Booker dlvlded honors at lunchcona given nt mldday for lhe vlsltors. nnd at supper, following the performance, Garvin Thomas was host, entertainlng for 4>rll Stcvens, of Rich? mond, ono of thc members of the east. I.enwn for Washlngton. Mra. Cllfford Randolph Caperlon, of 2p8 Howltzer i"lacc, wlll leave thls morning to visit friends in Washlng? ton. ln Haltlmore she WllJ be Jolned by Mr. Caperton. who has heen spend? lng some tlmo ln the West. and from whlrh place they wlll go to Old Point Comfort for a few days. In Culm. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert G.imble Cabsll REDUCE YOUR Grocery Bili By Paying Cash at Our 2 Stores. Cood T.ard, per Ib.11c Salt Pork. per Ib.12c Bonclcss Codfish .6c Large California Pruncs, per lb. .. .6c 12 bars Sivift. Sn_p Soap for.25c Va. Pridc Coffee, per Ib. . 15c Llgin Butter, per pound.33c California Evaporatcd Pcache3 ....8c 7 lb<. Ncw \"a. Buckwheat for. .. .25c Laree Fal Mackerel, 6 for.25c Ncw Hominy and Grits, 2 Ibs. lor. .5c 3-Ib. cans Good Lard.33c Large Irish Potatoes. 20c peck; or, f>cr bushcl .75c Sl .00 bottles Old Fulchcr Whiskey. 75c Ncw Labrador Hcrrings, per dozen. 12c Whole Grain Ricc, per pound.6c Ce_ar Buckcts .15c Swcct Florida Oranges, per dozen, 12c. 15c and .20c Bakcr's Cocoa and Chocolatc, cake. 10c Crcam Chccsc. per pound.18c Duffy Malt Whiskey.85c s. ULLMAN'S TWO?STORES?TWO 1820-22 E. Main. 506 E. Marshall. Two Stores?Phones at Each. 25 and 33% Per Cent Reduction On Office Furniture For quicl-c selling we have cut prices 25 per cent. and 33 J3 per cent. on a lot of Office Fixtures and Furni? ture. This lot includes Flat Top Dcsks, in oak and mission finish; Typewriter Dcsks, Of? fice Chairs, Book Cases and Shaw Walker Filing Cabincts. Scc our window, 212 North Ninth Strcet. Whilc this lot lasts you can secure excellent bargains. Sydnor & Hundley, Furniture for the Home Beautiful, 709-11-13 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. ss PAINT LICK LADY WRITES THANKS For the Great Benefit That Cardui the Womai's Tonic, Was to Her When Sick. Paint I.ick, Ky.?"1 stiffereil ^o mucli from womanly trouble," writcs Mrs. Mary Frceman, of Paint I.ick, Ky., "before 1 t-omnicnccd to take Cardui. "I wasso weak from it, thal I wns down on my back nearly all thp timr. "I have taken three bottles of Cardui and it has done mc more. goorl than any mcdicine I ever took in my life. "I can't posslbly prftlse it too hifjhly, it has done no much for mc and 1 will do all I can tO help you for I think it is lhc only nipdicine on earth that will curc female troubles." You iiserl not be afraid to try Cardui. for in doing so you are rriakinj; no new experimerit in drug dosing or in tablcts of concentratcd mineral ingrcdichts, Cardui ar. a medicinc, as a tonic for weak. tired, worn-out women; is timc tcstcd, safe, rcliablc. lt has h'elpcd othcrs and .should certainly help you. Composed of Kcntlc-actinR, hcrb in Kredicnts, its action is mild and natural and it has no bad after-effects, as have many of thc powerful drugs, sometimes recommended. Try it. ti.B.?Wrftelo: LadicstAdvisory Dept., < hattanooga. Mcdicine Co., C hattanooga, Tenn., for Sprri'i! Instructians, and 04 page book,"Home Treatment for Women" sent in plain wrappcr, on request. w-hbie m.irriacr- took placi very u.uiot ly in thla clty laat Thursday, arr spending thelr honcymoon ln Cuba and Horlda, and aftc,- several days thev wiu return to Hichmond and will oc cupy an apartment at thr Chestor V.r-lrt on West Franklin Strcet. ( ouncll ?f Jeiriab Women, Tho .?lxth jyeneral meeting ot the Councll of .lowish Women wlll bo held ln the Sabbath school room of the Temple Beth Ahabah thls afternoon at 3:45 o'clock. At the conrluslon of the bualheaa meeting Aubrey Strause, City Bacterio!.,;-jM. wftoae talk proved *o Interestlng at the last meeting-, wlli by sperial r<"iuest, again address the members of the council. which Wlll bc roilowcd by a rerliation. Wlth musical aocompanlment. entltled ?riiA soul of cnopln." to be rendered by Mrs. Lcon Wallersteln and -Mrs. Sl*?. Hutzler. A social hour wlll lolloiv ihe program. nnd all members and friends of the councll are rccjuested t.j he pr- ;cnt. Itrlurnri) lo Fliclnnond. -Miss i,!na Shlelds. who was reeen: Iv the guest of thc Misses Draper in Wilmington. Del., ha? returned to Richmond after vislting Mra. Philip P.-eseott at her home ln Norfolk, Va. I :n_nuriin-ni Announced. Announcemcnt has been made of tlie *n_agement and approaching marrlage of Mlaa Loi, Taylor, of Senetobla, Miss.. to Wlstar Morris HcaId.*of Lynchburg The weddlng. which wlll be oulte a social event, wlli he celehrated at fi o'clock on April 14 ln the Methodlst Churcli. Senetobla. SIIitn Gullck Honored. Mlss Ida Gullck was the guest of honor^at a, very attractlve entertain? ment given last week by Mlss Grace Cosby. The house was attractlvely decorated ror tho occasion, and thoso recoivlng wlth Mlss Cosby wero Misses Ida and .Tesslc Gullck, Thomas Davis and l/*o Overton Miller. Tho guos!s IncluderJ Misses Edna and Anna Grlf hn. Clara, wiseman. Marlo Smlthers, Kstolle Smyth. Eella Rurns. of Charles Clty; Esslo Haley, Mable Yarborough, Alma Trowcr, Ollvc Tucker. Hclen Mc Carthy. Annle Cosby, Henrletta Kraeke and _oui.se (;uiick: Messrs. George Smithers, Willlam Williams. Ashby Ivy, John niount. Charles Mannlon, Aubrey Blnns. Frank Ponnell, Abner Hill, Char!"s Hatch. Tlobert Kldwell and Rufus Grlflln. Mr. and Mlss Wil? llam*. of Fowhatan, were also among tnose present. YIMting ln thr South. Mrs. Edward Chrlstian. Miss Dorothy Chrlstian and Mrs. Frank Chrlstian are spendlng several weeks in Asheville, ;*>. C. Mlss Carrle Mlnor and Mrs. George Gilmer "Mlnor wlll leave to-morrow for l-'lorida, where they will spend some tlme wlth their brother, John, Mlnor. Colonel and Mrs. Alexander Cameron and .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chrlstian salled from Ncw York for Bermuda, where they wlll remalnj some tlme. Guc?!? of Friend* Here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fore, of Wilming? ton, N. C. are visiting thelr brother, P. XX. Fore, 1001 West Grace Street. Miss _ena "W. Taylor, of Tlenderson, -N. C. 13 the guest of Miss Blanehe hore ror several weeks. IntercMtlng Announcemcnt. Mr. and Mrs. Nlcholas Vcloz Goltl coa announce the engagement of thelr daughter, .lulla, to Lleutcnant Carlos de Lemas, Brlzillan navy. Tho wed dlng wlll take placo after I.ent in New York. Mr. Veloz ls well known in tho diplomatic circle ln Washlngton, whero he was minister from Venezuela for many years." lio and'hls family have just returned l'rom Germany, where in the same capaclty as minister he rep? resented hls country ln court at the weddlng of tho Emperor's son. The brlde-elect ls a beautiful brunette of charming personality. She was cdu catcd ln France and speaks several languages lluently., Mlss Veloz is now tlie guest of Misses l-.ee and Hannah Moore Euro, of Nortolk, Va. A\ IIhou?Sjilndle. Annotincenient is made of tho mar M. BANNETT, Ladies'Tailor 940 W, Grace St. wishes to announce his opening for the spring season MARCH lst. I will ofF6r greatly re? duced prices for the lirst week of opening. ring. ur Misa Uerlrude tfplndle, o. 'iiiiHtlnnsbiirg, Vn? to Alfred Unn d'dph Wilson, of thlcf clty, thc weddlng lmvln_ taitr-n place in Christiansburg yesterday rrlornlng, fmmedlaieiy nr t<'r tbe ceremony Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson letl lor tlmlr new Home ln Wnco, Tex. Mr. Wilson ls the son of Georgo Rt. vSilHon, of thln alty, nnd brother of Kicimrd t. wilson nnd Mlss Georgia wilson. 1115, rrlenrts ln Vlrglnin wlll he much Interested in hi. weddlng, whloh Was quletlv celebrated, Mr. Wil? son spent in, u.yhood m thln clty, and through ounneHH assoclatlon* hns. |dtlllng the p.S, f0W yr.;,,r/ti ,H.?f, , NOW Vork and Norfolk. recentlv hav? lng accepted a connectlon In'wacn where his homo ln future wlU be. r-tls I brlde ls prominent soclaily ln South. west Virginia. ."leellriB" 'I'o-JJnj, Thc monthly meetlng of the iiranch n. Allen Auxlliary wlll h. hehl thls morning at. II o'clock lu Muiphy's Hotel, Menibers are asked to be pr_ l-.OIlt. The central commlttee of the As? soclatlon for thc PrescTvatlon of Vir? ginia Antlquliles wlll meet to-day at noon ln the rooms of tho Vlrjslnla Illstorlcal Society. A full attendance is deslred. The Southern Industrial Educational Association wlll meet thls afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at- the "Woman's Club. Since the last meetlng the presldent has been In corrcspondenco wlth tho branch of (his organizatlon In wash Ingtdn anrl has received a great doal of new matter concerning tho new School to be stnvted In Virginia. lt Is of interest to note that tho teacher.-; of this school wlll all be Virginlans. Two ladlc't who are Interested in this mountaln work wlll bo present and make short .ddresses. All women who are Interested ln tlils work among tho j mountalnecrs of our State are most cordially invlted to attend the meeting thls afternoon. ..? ?he Wouinn'-i Club. Mrs. Hannlbal A. Willlam:'.' recital or 'The Wlnter's Tale" at the Wo? man'.- Club yesterday afternoon wns an unusually pleaslng and dcllgMtful event- Mrs. Williams. who has mado no small rrputatlon for herself, both at home and abroad. la .1 woman ol ??barmlng personallty and a groat deal of msgnetism. Her reading of the plav was excellent, and her portrayai of the different chnractorx, particularly that of Iloruilone, most pleaslng. Crlt? ics have sald "Herniione is tho glory ofl her -ex." and that her last speech at the trial is one of the moBt solid pieces of ovidence ln our language. Mrs. Williams held hor audlence cn tireiv, and her lnterpretatlon of the cOurt room sceno and I'aullna's_iip hraldlng of the king showed rarft artls? tic ablllty. Hoste?se? for the afternoon were Mrs, A. Beirne Blalr and Mrs. I'dmund Waddill. Mrs. Randolph Tatum and Mrs. John A. Coke preslded at the te_ table, and Mrs. Warren Taylor and Mr.-. Robert Noi ment pourcd coffee. Speclal guosts were Mrs. James Maury, of Philadelphla; Misses Flctch er It.rg. Mary Belle Beale, of Heatr!<-; Mlss Dlcklnson, Mr.?. I*. B. Roberts, Mlss Jackson. Mlss Dabney Maury Hal? sey. of Philadelphia. In nnd Out of Towd. Mlss Ellzabeth Hotchkiss. of ih:s clty, ls the guest of frlends ln New Vork Clty for somo time. Mrs. James C. Smlth. of 2124 West j Grace Street, ls spendina: several weeks with her parents in Brooklyn, New York. Mlss Bessio Holland. who has been spending tho past month with frlends at the Jefferson Hotel. has returned to her home n Suffolk, Va. I*. A. Lockett. who has been ill at hls home. 022 West Maln Street. has been operated on at the Wllliam Byrd Hos? pital and Is now improving. Mrs. Frank Roberts, of Chase City, has been in thc clty for several days past as the guest of friends. Mrs. R. R. Powcll, who has been at th_ Johns Hopklns Hospital for several .veeks, ls now canvalesconc, and ls visiting fricnds at Goruonsville, Va. Mlss Kate Halle, of Staunton, Is visiting Mrs. john U Eubank at her home In Daytona, Fla. Mrs. Mary Wortham, of this clty, ls th- guest of her sister, Mrs. John B. Jenklns, in Norfolk. After a vlsit of several days Ir. Po? tersburg and Rlchmond, Miss Mary Wcsson has gone to Powhatan county. Mrs. XV. W. Tunis, who has been the guest of ber daughter, Mrs. WUliam Wilson Sale, In thls clty. has returned to her home ln Norfolk. Mrs. C. E. Harwood has been visit? ing her niotiier. Mrs. G. M. Bastable, at her home near Calverton, Va. ? Mrs. _ena Anderson Harrls, who has been undergoing treatment at St. lAike's Hospital, wlli return to her homo In Johnson Cty this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Royster and Miss Mary' Royster have returned from a trip to Cuba and Florida. Mrs. John Co.in Klion, of .New York, is thc guest of Mrs. Anna Branch Ca bell, 1509 Grove Avenue. Mrs. Beverley B. Munford left last week for Xew York, where she wlll remain for the next month. Miss Rose Caperton. of Unlon, W. Va, will be at the Jefferson Hotel for the week of March S. Mrs. Ernest H. Cosby, ivho has been undergoing treatment at St. Luko's I-fospital, is now much improved. "IIoKlnnoy?Welib. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch,] Fredericksburg. Va.. February 2S.? Charles W. McKlnncy and Mlss I.lna Webb. daughter of W. S. Webb, of Itlchmond county, wero married n fow days ago at the homo of tho brlde, Rov. George W. Beale, p. D.. offlciating. < 11 rd?Harmon. [Speclal to The Tlmcs-Dispatch. 1 Abingdon, Va., February 28.?Mon? day afternoon at fi o'clock Mlss Graco Bell Harmon was married to T. II. S. Curd, of Welch, W. Va. Tho weddlng was a quiet one, and only immediato relatlves wltnossed the ceremony. Rev. F. V. S. Mooro. of tho Kptseopal Church, was tlio offlciat? ing clergyman. Thero wero no at tendants. After a course dlnner Mr. and Mrs. Curd loft on the vestlbule for New vork. The out-of-town guests wero Mlss Marcella Hurt, of Vllla Morrls, at wytheville, and John 1>. Harmon, of Raudolpli-Macon Academy. Klnberty?Nally. [Speclal to Tho Thuos-Dispatch.1 Fredericksburg, Va., February 2S..? Joseph F. Flaherty and Miss Evelyn Nally, of New York, arrlved here to day, and were marrlod ln tho offlce of tho clork of court by Evangellst Goorgo A. Mllls. They lefl th(s aft? ernoon for Washln&ton. Aoi'i'lilK ('nll to I-cloiMliiirg. [Spocial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. | Waynesboro, Va., February 28.?Rev. C. R, Slrlbbllng, pastor of tho Prosby terlan Church, has acepted a, call to the Tabb Street Church ln Peters? burg A Clean Mm Otitiide cleanlinass is less than half the battle. A man may icrub liimielf a dozen times n day, nnd still he unclean. Good haalth means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means a clean stomach, clean howels, clean hlood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who in clean in this way will look it nnd aot it. He will work with cncr/Jy and think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. Ho will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blnod disorders. Dyspepsia and indiflcstion originate in unclean slom ?chs. Blood diseases arc found where thcrc is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean luni>. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevent* theso diseases. Ir makes ? man's insiden elenn nnd healthy. It clcans the digcativc organs, makes pure. clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restorcs tonc to the nervous system, and curcs nervous exhaustinn and prosfration. It eontains no alcohol or hnbit-forming drugs. Constipation is the most unclean uncleanlinc... Dr. Pierce's Pier.io.nt Pnl lcts curc if. They n_ve~ rlrine. Kasy fo fnke nn candy. How Women Can Keep Youthful and Interesting fiV KI.1.A WIIEEMSIX wn.rox. 't-'op:? rlffht. 1910. by Ihe New York Evening .lo-.irnal Publlahlng Cotnpun;.. > .. You arc a youns; tnarrlcd woman. In your prlmc. Your husband thlnk* you charming, antl llfe j.< fuu 0f interest for you both. fi'ii tir.i* la specdlng by. and before. you roallzo the fact, your youth wlll h" a thing of thf past. That Is. lf you arc doing nothhiK to retain it, nothlng io mako your? self moro attractive wlth the p_s_i:ig ot tho years. No on' pvt remalns atationary. Wo aie continually golng onward or rallinjc back ward. Our entire bodiea. we are told by medh-al sclance, chango completely every se.von yeara, I: i? Iho nature of man to admlro what la btaunful in woman. Not one man In one hundred is antls fled to ??? hla wlfo growlng comraonplaro and unattracttre aa llie yars go by. lf he seems to h-> satlsfled wlth aueh a chango in her. hc ls nevertheless observing oth'r and mere attractlve women. and mentany comDarint: his wife wlth ihtitt. Earl; -outh la not the only seaaon when a woman ls loVely and full of charm. .aacinatlb-n* of Maturlty. Matuntv has its faaclnationa. as well as ado'r?'?n'ce; and age Itself can he made beautiful. When you note the flrst fartinc of your early bloom. do not consider that your day has passed. and settle down Into a atoiid, phiegniatic state of mind, nor he litio that vour huaband ls going to bo ROOSEVELT HOMESICK; WILL NOT VISIT WEST Says He Will Not Change Plans Already Made for Stopping at European Capitals?Will Sail Direct for Sandy Hook. Gondokoro, February 28.?Colonel Roosevelt contessed to-day to hls flrst malady since Icaving New York?a slight attack of homeslckness. The confession came after the re? celpt of a message from his wife and daughter, who have arrived at Na ples. preparatory to golng j,o Khartum to meet hlm. Tho coionol, Kermlt and others of the hunting expedltlon salled to-day for Mongalla, the flrst "leg" of the trlp to Khartum- When notlfled. that a com? mittee of Westerners would meet hlm ln Khartum In nn effort to get hlm to return to the United States by way of tho Paciflo coast, the ex-Prcsident shook his head. "I want to get home as qulckly as possible," he said. "When I was in the iunglc I did not really permlt my? self'to thlnk of home or business. But now that tho hunt Is practlcally over I am getting anxious to see Sandy Hook. "My plans for vlsitlng Berlln, Paris and London have -boen mado for months. nnd I have .110 thought of changing thom now." Mr. Roosevelt was really and truly CHARTERS GRANTED ? Charters v.*ere granted by the State Corporation Commission yesterday as follows: The Northern Neck Land and Timber Association (Inc), Weems, Va. In? corporators: W. F. Bean, presldent; I. J. Taylor, secretary: G. W. Chewnlng treasurer?all of Weems, Va. Capital: Maximum. $10,000; mlnlmum, $500, Ob? ject: P.eal estate business. Kelly <S- Borum (Inc), Norfolk, Va. Incorporators: W. Lane Kelly, presi? dent; W. L-. Kelly, Jr., vlce-prcsldent; Georgo R. Kelly, secretary and treas? urer?all of Norfolk. Capital: Maxi? mum, $50,000: mlnlmum, $10,000. Ob? ject: Mercantile business. Roanoke and Botetourt Lands Com? panv (Inc), Fincastle, Va. Incorpora? tors: J. B. Matthews, presjdent, New York; P. T. Barlow, vice-presldent. ?New York, T. B. Johnson, secretary and treasurer, New York. Capital: Maximum. $3,000; mlnlmum, $11,000. Object: Rcal estate buslness. A license to do buslness in the Stato of Virginia was issued to the Vallev Reaity Company, a corporation organ ized and existlng under the laws of the Territory of Artzona, a wrltten power of attorney havlng- been filed wlth the commission appointing G. C. .Spltzer, of Harrlsonburg. statutorv agent. Maximum capital authorized bv charter. $500,000. Objects and purposes': Roal, loan insuranco and brokerage buslness. Arrontrd on Suspicion. Alexander C'oloman, colornd. was arrest<*rl Ia?t nlf-lu en Suspicion ot stcalins a palr of shoes. Ha was locked up ln the Second ro llcc Station. Druggists say that GOWANS King of External Preparations, will do all that is claimcd for it. It is absolutcly certain that if our claims were not well foundccl the popularity of thc wonderful remedy -would not increase in thc astounding proportion that it does. From everywhere come most encouraging let? ters; sales _rc multiplylrig and whilc your money will be rcfunded chcer fully if our Preparation faila to do what we claim for it, it is*a singular thing that instead of wantirig their money back, patrons want more of the great External Prcparatiort. Ask for it and buy TO-DAY. Have it in the home. Winter wcather is on you, and you clo not know what will happen to-night. Take no substitute; your druggist keepa it, aml thcrc is nothing made ."just as good.". Demand Gowan's?use Gowan's, and you will get results, Three Sizes: $1.00, 50c, 25c Have recommended Gowan'a Prepara? tion foi' Sor'* Throat, Conjestod l.ung:i, Sllff nccks, Spralns. and any Sorcness or Inflammatoiy condition. and have neve been dleappolnted in results. A. TORRENCE & CO.. Druggists, Pittsburg, Pa. satlsfled with you, because he, ino, is aging. A mrtn experts to show ih? marks ol llme; he never expccts a woman to do so Whon she does, there ls a curlously un reasonable and Itloglcfll quality ln hls nn ture which rausfs him to feel a oertalr kind of resrntmeut toward her. Man'a Tactless Quality. Mlxed wlth thls r*a?ntment in usiiaJh n taetless quality, which causes hlm tl oialse youth and beauty whorever lu ehances (o hehohl ll. Inslend or giving your husbanu thls op pertunlty to wound you. keep hlm bus; watrhlnu vour own ilevclopmont. I.earn how to bn entertalnliiK nnd com panlonal.le to nT-n ln general. You can do this na tlme p.i_es wlthou brlng fOOliahly priddy or undlgnttlcd. Outdoor sports and gam?s Interest moi men. They are beiiefb-ial to the hcalt of both men and women. Even lf you d r.ot care. tor them. lt wlll pay you fror overy standpoint to develop some athletl nrcompllshmenls. L?arn how to swlm. Instead of slttln alone on tho heacli watchlnar other peopl dlaport themselves in the water, he a wate expert yourself. i'tudy attractlve bathln rostumes, and while your husband nollee other women who swim well anu look we< ln the water. be yourself obaerved admir ingly. Tnke Outdoor Eterrlse. Laarn tennis or golf, or both. Such gamei hrlng vou ln touch wlth vlrllo and activi men and women. and prevent you froir growlng ntagnant. And outdoor exerclse Is excellent for tht .kielopmcnt of physical beauty, ln ease you tak'.' good ear^ of your camplexlon. and do not allow it to grow coarse and brown Hy lark' of akilful attention. Cultlvaie tho mlnd as well as the body. In these davs. m'-n like women who are alireast of tho times, and who know what Is belng done in the world of acience and Invention. They do not like an erudite woman. but they "want her intelllgent, well groomed Cnrl up-to-dato. "dee-llgh-ted" to-day to recelve the message from hls wife. "It made mo realize Just how much nearer homo I am getting," he said. wlth a laugh. Regarding his hunt, Mr. Roosevelt said: "1 expoeted a bully time, but.lt has been several times moro pleasurable than l anticlpated. Twenty years from now it wlll be lmposslble to have such a hunt." I.onilon Prepnren Wrlconic. London, February 28.?Sir John Knill. Lord Mayor of London, in au lntervlew to-dav concerning ihe vlslt of E.\ Presklent P.oosevelt here, said: "No man is moro deserving of the highcst honor which this city can af? ford. and if tho London corporation deeldes upon a public welcome, the oc casion will indeed be a brllliant one. Bngllshmen will be dellghted to grip the hand of a frlend. and wo have no truer frlend than thc great American statesman. "My tlrst idea was to ontertaln the ex-Prcsident at the Manslon House, but I soon reaiized that such a recep? tlon ivould be on too small a scale alto gether." SUSTA1NS DEMURRER Judge tVmldtll Decide* Cane In Favor of Southern flallvray. Judgo Waddill yesterday sustained the demurrer of tho Southern Rallway to the blll of complalnt filed by the Tennessee Central Raailroad Company, bv which the latter souglit to secure an injunctlon prohiblting the Southern from increasing freight rnte>-?over its roadbed. Tbe court denied th. iniunc tlon and dlsmissed tho blll. A Caper ton Braxton and Attorney Porsyth. of counsel for the Tennessee Railroad. intimated their Intention of taklng an appeal. Tho Southern was represented was A. P. Thom, of Washington, and Henrv W. Anderson. Each slde to the lltlgation has presented a draft of the orders carrying out the conclu sions of the court, and a formal order wlll be entered by Clerk Brady to day. TWO UNKNOWN GIRLS Apply for Food Nenr Hon Air, But Cau'l ne Identiiied. Tho Juvenile Protectlve Assoeiatlor of Virginia has J?een asked to locate two young whlfqgirls, each about flfteen years old, who are said to hnve been seen Sunday at Bon Air. The girls applied for food at the home of a clti? zen near Bon Air. and represented tliat they escaped from an institution in Baltimore. Thoy aro rald to havo been well dressed, but clalmed to bo wlth? out money. The section in whlch they wero seen ls largoly settlod hy negro famllios, hut. inouirv in the nelghbor? hood by a ropresentatlvo ot tho so? ciety falled, to furnish any clue by which they may ho located. The po? llce horo have" not been notltiod of the disappearance of any young women from any iiistl.t.tiun in tho larger cltles, D IC OU LONG HflTPlHS Chicago City Council Gravcly Discusses Danger Lurking in Their Use. Chlcago, in., February 28.?Chlcago's tflty Councll to-nlgHt formally toolc up nnd dellVerated upon the following questions; Arc women's long hatplns, wlth me? nace 10 no-ie.--. eycii and faces of.*tlier people. n puhlie niilsiincc? "Ought womon, <le3plte the danger of hatplns, be allowed to wear thom for BOlf-protoction?" Alderman Ucrmftn 3, Bnuler Intro duocd nn order roqulrlng tho corpora? tion eounsel to draw up nn ordlnanco reatrlctln'g the length of hatplns worn l lu publlc places. '?Wo have an ordlnance prohlbltlng J the wenrlhg ot large hats ln thcatros," Iderlnred Aldor.unn Bauler. "I um s;" lnjr to teach the women ot Chlcago lhat they muat atop wearnlng plna it foot and n. Iialf lons." Grave sllenco hove.red over the del oKiitlon of women oruwded in the gal? leries. Then a femiile volce plped out "Docan't your wlfo wear long hat? plns?" "No, you het sho doesn't. She would not do such u thing." ahoutcd Alder? man Bauler. "Oh, you women of Chl? cago, don't you ever consider when you get into u erowded Htreet enr wlth your long hatplns thut you are endan gering tho facon of all ua men?" The women had prepared ;m answer. and aH soon a.s the Alderman sat down the clty clerk read u Icttcr. which waa spread on thc t'Jouncil minutes. Tho letter was signed by May E. Davia. li read; "In behalf of myself and thousands of other women in Chicago who arc occaslonally on thc streets after dark. r want to express an objectlon agalnst thc proposltlon to curtall thc uso of hatplns. A hatpln is a woman's wen? pon of defense. Thousands of women cftn speak from thelr experience of how a slout hatpln hus beon an effect? lve defense ln tlme of danger." The Councll chamber rang wlth ap plausc from the women's gallery after the reading of the letter. After Mayor Busse had pounded hla gavel for order Alderman Bauler's rc3. olutlon was referred to a committee. URGES E.DUCATIONAL REFORM Prcslileut Deeliires for More Thor ness in Kiidiiiiriilnry Brnnelics. *V\'a-shington. rebruary :JS.?Reform ln prlmary educatlon ln tho United States was declared to be a neeesslty by the Presldent in an addresa to night at a banquet of the *Unlvcrslty Club of Washington. The attention of the Presldent had been called to tho fallures of appli? cants for admisslon to AVest Point and Annapolis by Representatlve Clark, of Mlssouri. who In an address to the club stated that the applicants fall on rudimentary subject?. "I agree wlth thc gentleman from Mlssouri." salri Presldent Taft, "that primary educatlon ln thls country should be moro thorough, and on.that subject I must say that he is nearer right than he has been for a long time. i"I believe that the ambltion of school superintendents throughout the coun , try, who have chargo of primary and secondury educatlon. have led us Into a lack of thoroughness thnt we ought to reform. It Is true that applicants for admisslon to West Point and An? napolis fall In many Injlanccs nn sub? jects that every school boy ought to know. They cannot Spell, und aro dc flVlont In other rudimentary branches." The Presldent spoke also upon the valuo of universlty men in the affalrs of government. and prnlsed college men who are servlng thc government at a financlnl sacrifiee, because they believed "there is somethlns; more ln llfe than money and luxury." "I belieye we are passing thrmis*;!) a period," tho Presldent sald. ln SurnliiK to national affalrs. "where wc need sane and normal thlnklnK'. where the sehsltlve condition of the public ls likely to lead lt lpto hysterla, a period where the publlc must be brought to sane thlnklng and common sense. I do not know of any class of men mnre charged with that duty than the uni? verslty men." BUILDING PERMITS Denuiud for Modern DTrclllne Houscs Kxeccds tbe Supply. Bulldlng and repalr permits were Issued yesterday as follows: Ell-a'beth P. Gray, to erect a brick tenement, two dwelllngs, on the west sido of Howland .Streot, between Han? over and Stuart Avcnues, to cost $8. 000. Mrs. Alvida Norquest to erect a de? tached two-story frame dwelllng on the west side of Thlrly-fourth Street. between M and N Streets, to cost v3,000. AV. H. Davis, to erect two brick stores on tho west. slde of Seventeenth Street, between Franklin and Gruco Streets, to cost $1,800. C. !?'. SehafT, to erect a detached one story framo dwelllng. US Oakwood Avcnue, to cost $000. J. U grutherland, to erect a detach? ed two-story brlck dwelllng, 1107 Grove Avenue, to cost $5,100. REPUBLICAN RALLY Slemp nud Mitrtlu Invited lo Mrctln? N'e.vl Snturdnj* NIglit. State Chairman G. Bascomb Slemp and Kxecutlve Commltteeman Aivah H. Martln. ot' the Republican pany ln A'irglnia, have been invited to bo pres? ent next Saturday nlght, when tho Ke? publlcan ropresentatlvcs ln tho Gen? eral .Assembly wlll be entertained iu Fraternity Hall by the Republicaii Club of Klchmond, Ijivitatlons wlll also he sent lo iho members of tho State, clty and district committees of lhe party, nnd lt is expected that about sou Republican voters wlll be present. Edgar Allan, Jr.. C. Rldgeway Moore nnd Melvln Flegenhelmor composo the committee in chargo of tho arrange ments. Clrcuit Court of Appcals. Tho United states Clrcuit Court ot Ap penla rcoonvoned yeatorilay morning nt io:;io o'clock, with Clrcuit Judgo Golf aml Dlstrlot Judgos Boyd and Dayton iu attendanco. Bolng eoiiieiiuico dny Ihero woro no cascs iu the call for nrgumunt. Tho .following cuso is iu call to-day; No. 950?Tho n.inkors' Trust Company, of New York, trustee, uppollant, vs. tho T. A. Olllesplo Company. or Ncw ,ioraey, appollee; appoal from tho Clrcuit Court ut Auhovlllo, j N. C. To he argued by AV. A. May un.l I Thomas Pnttorson. of Plitsbuis, P".; Moora i and 'Rolllns, or Ashuville, N. ? i*.', and ttur tou t'lalgc of Salisbury, .\. C., for tho up- I pollant, and hy lleed, Smlth, Shaw and Deal. of Plu'sburg, l'a.; l'uul D, Crn vnth, of NeW A'ork City; Wllliam I". llyiiiiin, Jr.. of ili'ci-nsboro. N. Q? und Walter Mur? phy and 1.. II. Clement, of .Salisbury, N. t\, for lha appollee, Tbo court hus allowed counsei iwo dnys tn whlcli to argue Ihls caso. Mr. Culbertiuii lo Speuli. Rev. Oeiald Culhersiui, of Thlrd Chrlstian Churcli, wlll epeak. at thu rutnam. Misston to-morrow nlght. n Why They Selected Davenport & Treacy PIANO 1. Bcrause of its purity in tone. 2. Because of its exquisite workman sliip. 3. Because of its flawlcs* action. 4. Because of its even scale. .-!. Hcrausc of its strong guarantce. 6. Because of its unqiicstioiicd rjura bility. 7. Bccau.c it is practically all hand marle. 8. Because of its original improve? ments. 9. Because of its highest grade niatc rials. 10. Because of thc capital bchind it. This month Special Plan of Easy Monthly Payment is offered. Lee Fergusson Piano Company, 119 East Broad. MUST NOT RIDICULE THE IRISH lillie rnlnn-t WIM Wneo "H'nr ?>n -_.e fiii-iiMin" Poninl C*nrd-i. POnini r"nrd?. P. C-, February Washington, D. C, February '_'". Souvonlr postenrds which rldicule tho Irish rnco are to he waged war upon, some -nf tho leadlng Irishmen of tho national .capital havlng started tho crusade. Kfforts wlll bo mado to havo COPYRKtlT Got Left If you had a good Watch this would not have happened. You misscd your train and business engagement. In thc future buy your Watches of us, and see what a diffcrence it will make in your schedule. OPTICIAN GLASSES FITTED CORRECTLY. J. S. JAMES Seventh and Main Sts. RELIABLE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. Stieff Silver FINEST S1LVERWARE AT LOWEST PRICES. 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