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Personal. MRS. JOHN B. HENDEBSON,, of AVashlngton, ontertalned at lunchcon saturday, when. her _rues_H tveru Mlso Fish and her houso guest, Mlss OAVctielolyn Burdcn nnd Mr. Hoftmnn, both of. Now York, and VIs eount and A'lscounless Benolst d'Azy, Mlss Hlnckiey, Mlss Adains, John Whlte, Mr, Skybak, of Uio Norweglan legatlon; Count Ugglas, of the SwccUsh l-gntlofli, and John XI. Henderson, Jr. The tablo Avas boautlfully arranged in palo pink aznleas and lavender Uowers. Mlss Burekn, Avho Is a dcsceiidant Of -lie lovcly Evolyn Byrd, famous in the hlstory of A'lrglnla, ls thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsond Burdcn antl ono of tlio most admlrud AMsltors at the natlonal capitul. Sho wlll leavoi thls mornlng for her homc In New, York. ! Uuest of .Allnn llagaii. Miss Ollvia Kny, ? of Jacksonvllle, Fla., i? thc honsc guest of Mlss ICath eiinc Hagan at 40U East Franklin Stroet. Mlss Kay, who was one of the attractive group of young glrls pro -outcd to soclety ln Jacksonvllle thls mcusoii, haa recently returned from an extended vislt to frlends In New York Clty, Avhero sho was much cntertalncd. Jlonz?--Hoerver. An unuamally pretty weddlng took placo lust Thursday evenlng at the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Powell In AVash lngUin, D. C. when thelr nlccc, Mlss Katherlne Hoover, daughter ot the late Naval Constructor John B. Hoo? ver, V. S. N., of Ell.aboth, N. J? be caino* thc bride of Alfred Hoag, of ilampton Roads, Va,. Quantltles of whlto carnatlons, maldenhalr ferna anel nulms Avere artlstlcally arranged in tho draAving room, Avhere the cere mony was performed by the Rev, JamcB H. W. Blakc at S o'clock, and which Avas wltncssed only by the rcl ? ilve_ and elo-o frlends of both fam? llles. The brldc, who was glven away by her aunt, Mlss Sophla Hoover, wore an oxeiulsltc gown of whlte satln trlm? med with pearls anel folds of chlffon. anel wlth the yoke and sleeves of duchess lace. Mlss Isabelle Hoover, the bride's sister, was thc maid of honor. The brldesmalds, Mlss Cathcryn Powell, Mlss Martha Powell and Mlss Tersla Worthemlr, of Harnpton, Va., were dressed ln pink crepe de chlnc draped over taffeta, wlth sllvcr roses ln thelr halr. and carrled clustcrs of pink carnatlons. Mr. Hoag had as his beet man Mr. Jcnkins. ot NeAvport News, Ara., and thc ushers were AA'll llam Powell, Joseph Spanaey and Bow er Spanscy. Mrs. Powell wore black charmeuse trlmmed with lace and jet. nnd Mlss Sophic Hoover black llberly mtln cmbroldcrc.l wlth bugles. Imme? dlately after the cercmony a dalnty buffct supper v.'as served. The young couple left later ln the evenlng for an cxtcneled tour. GucstM at Fort _lycr. Colonel and Mrs. Garrard and the Mlsses Garrarel have as their guests at Fort Myer Mlss Eleanor Orant, of Kentucky, and Miss Emily AA'oodall, of Kentucky, who arrlved yesterday for u, stay of .evcral weeks. MIbs AA'oodall has freetucntly vislted frlends in Arirginla, and has been among the most feted bellcs in Ken? tucky soclety for several years. -II-n llt/.hUKh to Go Abrnnd. Miss Lucy AA'Ickham Fitzhugh, of Richmond. left Saturday to spend thc spring months at thc Concord, in AA"ashlngton. P_arly ln June Miss Fit_ hugh cxpect3 to go abroad for an In elcflnlto stay. MixN Talbolt RtiKaKed. Mrs. Allan Talbott has announced the engagement of her daughter, Mlss Florence Radford Talbott. to Dr. John Porter Davidson. of 316 Eaat Franklin Street, formorly of Rockbrldgc county. Tho marriage Avill be eclebrated ln June. AA'clnlicrg?MIchnel. A very protty homo weddlng Avas eclebrated on Sunday evenlng at 6 o'clock ln the home of thc brlde, ll'j South Second Street, when Mlss Saelye Mlchael became tbe bride of Hurry AVetnberg. of Spray. N. C, Rca'. A. Shefferman officiating. Tlie houso Avas attractively decorated ln palms, while flowers and llghted candles. In the dining room the Ughts were shaded in yollow and a profusion of jonquils anel tullps decorated the table. Llttle Miss Dorothy Mlchael. cousin of tho brlde, wearlng ? dalnty whlte frock and carrying yellow flowers, was flower girl. anel Mlss- Ethel Braver attended the brldo as mald of honor. Sho wore a gown of corn-colored mes salino trlmmed In pearls, and carried a French baskct of jonquils. Phillp W'clnbcrg, of Spray, N. C. Avas ? the groom's best man. Tho bride, who enterod wlth her father, I. Michael, by whom she was glven away, woro a handsome gown of duchess satin trlmmed in raro old lace, and carried a shower bouquct of Brldo roses and llllcs of the A'alley. A reception folloAved the cercmony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg left for a Southern tour. They wlll mako thelr home in Spray. N. C, upon thelr roturn. Some of tho.guests present were: L. Hess, grandfather of the bride, of Baltlmore: Mr. and Mrs. M. A\relnberg, I. Hess, B. Dennowltch. of Baltlmore; Joseph G. AVcinberg, of Johnson Clty. Tcnn.: D. Garfinkle. of Now York; Mr. Ti'ritJ Mrs. A. Mlchael. Harry and Julius Mlchael. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Mlchael. Miss Hattie AVelnberg, Mlss Annie Lowman, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Mlss Bottie Flsher, Mlss Minnle. Fishor. Mlss I-Iattlo Rayniond. Mr. anel ' Mrs. Goshen, Missos Rosa anel Besslo Goshon, Mlsses Llllie and Rosa Selden berg, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Joseph ,. Elsner, Sol Stoin, Mlss Annlo Forman, D. S. Cohen, of Philadolphia; A. Stetn, of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. S. Mlchael, of Phlladelphla; Mr. anel Mrs. H. Bowman, of Brndford, Pa.; Mrs. M. Bowman, of Bradford, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. The Rare Plavour Of Crisp, Delicious Golden-BroAvn Post Toasties Wins Appetite and 'Appreciation. "The Memory Lingers" Pkgs. 10c ai\d 15c. A. shcfrcrman, Morrl. and Abe Shof ferman. .Mrs, lleckhnni's RecCptlon, Ono of thc most beautlful receptlons of thc season wns glven by Mrs. B, M. Bcekham on Wedne.dny afternoon nt her homo ln Danville. In honor of Mrs, Pctc Thoma. Barrow, _r? who ls| one of thc senson's brldes and a' chnrmlng addltion to Danvlllc's social clrcle. MlftM Tnylor Attrml* Knlrrlnlniitcnt. Mrs. Otto D, Hclssenbiittol enter Ifllncd Frlday afternoon nt n most _h-| Joyablo snlmagundl party at her home; In Norfolk, In honor of Miss Agncs! AVIIson, of Washlngtpn Heights, N. Y,[ Those Invltcd to meet Miss AVIIson woro Mrs. John Nlcol, Misses Kath- ? arlno Myers, Luclo Lamb, Mnry Payne, i Mary Roystcr, Uuth Donald, Elossic, Murray, Fiorn Tnylor, of Itlchmond; .Toan Cooke, Bessle Paytic, Lucretla do Jurnetto, Annlc Dornln, Kathleen Latidcr an\l Miss Staunton, of Canada. Vlsltlng Her-. Mrs. a. Funstcn Lucado and daugh? ter, Miss Margaret Lucado, of Lynch? burg, are spendlng sevcrnl days In thls clty at tho Jefferson Hotol. tlelegntea Blcoled, Miss Mary Johnstun luut necn clc.tcd dclegate nnd Mrs A. M. Tyler altcr natc, to the conventlon of the Ameri? can AVomcn's Natlonnt Suffragc Asso? clation in AVnshlngton, D. C, on Aprll 11-19. A dramatlc readlng by Miss La Follettc of Cccllly Hamllton's charmlng play, "How thc Votc AVas AVon," und a serles of parlor recep? tlons are among thc entertalnmenls now belng dlscussed by the program committeo of the Suffragc League ln Rlchmond. Ilehirned to Cnvlngton. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Rlnehart and Ilttlo daughter, who have been fpend Ing some tlme In New York, AVashlng ton and Rlchmond, have rcturned to thelr home ln Covlngton, Arn. AVihlle hero Mr. nnd Mrs. Rmehart were at thc Jefferson Hotel. Of Interest Here. Mr. and Mrs. James Twlford have lssued iuvitatlons to tho marrlage of thelr? daughter, Ra.a May, to Sldncy AVnlter Mnson, on Tuesday af/ternoon, March 6, at 1:30 o'clock at tliclr homo on AVest Bramblcton Avenue, Norfolk. 3Ir. Colc'a Hecltal. - The usual monthly rccital ot Jullan Cole's puplls was hcld in hls studio, 2T05 East Franklln Street, Frlday aft? ernoon. Puplls heard in the rccital were: Misses Loulsc Lane, Rac Reams, Ruth Campbell, Ruth Evans. Agnes Parrish, Tbcltna Bailcy, Louise AVaketield. I.dlth Reams. Gladys Davis, Hazel Hamllton. Margaret Parrl.h, Phyllls Reains, Blanchc Haynes, Hazel Strong and Blancho McGehee. After thc rccital Mr. Cole. anslsted by hls slster, Mrs. Chas. F. Cole, was the host of a very pleasant informal reccptlon to the puplls and thelr pa? rents. Carroll?Ilerron. A very qulet wedding was solomn i.ed at the resldcr.ee of Mr. and Mr?. AA". A. Hcrron in Norfolk Saturday aft? ernoon. when thelr daughter, Mis3 Nina B. Herron, became the bridc of C. AV. Carroll, ot Sumtcr, S. C. The ceretnonv was pcrformed by the Rcv. J. A\". Carroll, of Tanners Crcck, A'a.. father of the groom, ln the prcsence of only the immedlate relatives and frlends. After thc ccremony the cou ple left for a two weeks' trlp to Ml aml. Fla. On their return they will make Sumter. S. C. their -noine, at whlch place the groom Is a prosperou? young business man. At the AA'omon'a Club. The fourth appcarancc of "Thc Ilardy Annual" at the AA'oman's Club yesterday afternoon. wlth Mrs. Chiles M. Ferrell as edltor-in-chlef. was a particularly elever and interesting event. Thc parlors were filled wlth oneiof the most brilliant audienccs seen nt thc club thls wlnter, and these very handsomely gowned women were most hearty and enthusiastlc in thelr applause. Tlie "hits" were very klndly in their humor and lt would be a hard matter indecd to say whlch artlcle was most pleaslng. Mrs. Ferrell made a capital edltor-in-chief and her papers were very elever and amuslng. Mrs. C. C. Walker, as edltor of the Jokes and rhymes, was. most cntertaining and was greeted with a great deal of ap? plause. Mrs. C. D. AVlngileld, who ed lled the book reviews, as she expressod lt, was sandwlched ln between tlie blts of humor, and lier "blrd's eye vlew" of Virginia authors was well chosen and her crltlcism of tho books and poems of cach flnlshed and to the polnt. Perhaps the most delightful papers read were the "Voico of the People," in which Col. A\Tayback vents dellcioua bits of cleverness and sarcasm on tho would-be suffragettes and aspiring potticoats, read b,y Mrs. Stanard, and "Fads and Fashlons," by Mrs. Durham. Particularly brlght were the witty In qulries and answers, and her parody on "The Pied Piper of Hamlin," in which Dame Fashion effeotively re moves the "rats" of tho present day and generation, was a very orlginal and novel rhymc. ' The "ads" of Mrs. Smith and the "modern lnvontlons" of Mrs. John C. Robertson were vcrv elever and amusing. The reception followlng was indeed a brilliant gathering of soclety. Mrs. Wllliam Hodgos Mann, wearlng u handsome gown of deep vlolet chlffon cloth, hand-embroidercd, wlth a eor sago bouquet of Engllsh violets and gurdenias, and Mrs. AY. D. Thomas, in black laco and American Ecauty roses, wero hostcssos of the afternoop. Mrs. Taylor Eliyson and Mrs. 'Charles a. Borden poured tea and Mrs. Charles P. Lee and Mrs. James Scott presided at the coffee table. Iu and Out of Town. Miss Helen Steiner, of Montgomery, Ala., and Miss Therese Nurney. who have been the guests of frlends here, left yesterday for Suffolk, A'a. Miss Mary Pngo AVIlllums has re? turned to her liome ln Orange, after a vlslt to relatlvos and friends ln this clty. _ "V Mrs. Nannie Brooke has returned to tho clty, uftor a short vlsit to Mrs. Frank Gilkeson ln Alexandrla. Misa'Nan lrwln, who has beon visit? lng frlends in Rlchmond, AVnshington and AAlnchester, has returned to her homo In AVoodstoeU. Misses Emlly and Gcnovievn Fletch? er, of AA'arrenton, arrived in tho city Saturday nnd aro the guests of their uunt, Mrs. Jolm Latham. Iss Frankle McKInney, who has been spendlng somo timoin Now A'ork and Rlchmond, hns roturncd to Fnrm vlllo. Miss Grace Andonton has rcturned to her homo in Aloxandria, after a rislt to Miss Charlotto Ehgiancl in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs, T. Francis Green, of 608 AVest Franklln Street, Aspont the week-end in AA'ashlngton, Miss Carollne Gordon Ronnolds Is tlie guest pf relatives ln Proderlcksburg. Mrs, Robert B, Pegrnm has returned to tho city, after a vlslt to hor mothor, Mrs, Harry Hoclges,: ln Norfolk, She Is Best Promoted by CUTICURA Soap and Ointmeni The constant use of Cuti? cura Soap, assisted when necessary by Cuticura Oint fnent, not only preserves, purifies and beautifies the skin, scalp, hair and hands of infants, children and adults, but tends to prevent clogging of the pores, the common cause of pimples, blackheads, inflammation, irritatiori, redness and rough ness, and other unsightly and anncying conditions. Depeti: Looeion. .;. Cn-rt?rhou*> 6q.: r.rli. 10, r.ee de la Ckauuea d'Antin: Auatralla, R. Towns & Cn., S-dney; lndts. B. K. Pmul. Calcntta: Cnlna. Honc Koa. Dmg Co.;-?p?n. Z. P. Marura, I ed.. Toltio: ao. Arrlc*. Lennon. Ltd- Cape Tpwn. ete? U.B.A.. Potter Drui* C*em. Corp-. Sole Propi., 1_5 Cnl-jmb'ii Ave.. Boston. ?f-Pojt-fre*. 32-p?_( Cotfeura nook, an Anthor Ity on :_e Care and Treatment of Skln anel Batr. v/as accompanled by her sister, Mij Kathertne Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. AA'alter E. Chewning. who have been spendlng some tlme at Palm Beach, Fla.. are the guests of thelr parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chewninn-, 103D West Grace Street. Samuel Pretlowe has rcturned to Richmond, after spendlng a few days ln Frederlcksburg. Forrester?Dawnon. [special to The Tlmcs-Di.patch.) Frederlcksburg, A"a.. March 7.?Eevi lefferson Forrester and Mlss Irene I.tl lian Dawson. daujchur of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Dawson, both of Northumberland county. v.-ere marrled a few eventngs asro at the home of the bride by Rev.. AV. F. Dunaway, D. D., of Lancaster county. Barrack?Keyser. [Special to Thc Times-Dispatch.J Frederlcksburg, A'a.. March 7.? Harry Barrack and Mlss Annle Key? ser. both" of Northumberland county. tvere marrled Thursday at Bethel Church. In that county, Rev. C. E. flob day ofilclatlng. A reception followed the ceremony. after which Mr. and Mrs. Barrack left for thelr heme near Nutts vllle. Clark?rinycc. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Frederlcksburg, A'a.. March 7.?Dan el Clark aud Mlss Sadle L. Boyce, both jf AA'estmoreland county, were marrled i few days ago /at the resldence. ln that county. of Rev. George AA*. Beale, ivho performed thc ceremony. Mlle*? W'arncr. [Special to Tlre Tlmes-DIspatch.l Eynchburg, A'a.. March 7.?A pretty marriage took place Sunday afternoon, ivhen Miss Hattie E. Warner was mar? rled to AA'illiam H. Mlles. The maid >f honor was Miss Hassie N. Ore. The brlde ls a daughter of Mr. and Mrs George AA'arner. The officiating minis tcr Avas Rev. S. J. Llggan. Trnlu ltun* Into Slldc. [Special to The Tlmes-DIspatch.l Bluefleld, W. A a.. March 7.?Two men were serlously lnjured fo-nlghc when an eastbound frelght on the Norfolk^and Western ran into a slide at Ada. three mlles east of here. Two tloctors from this clty hurrled to the scene. Real Paupers in Life, the Unsympathetic BY EI.I.A AVHEEI.ER AVILCOX. Is the way hard and thorny, oh, my brother? Do temposts beat. and adverse wild wlnds blow? And are you spent and broken, at each nightfall, . Yet Avith eaeh morn you rlso and onAvard go? Brother, I know, i know; I, too, have journeyed so. Is the road fllled wlth snare anel einlcksand, pilgrlm? Do pltl'alls lie where roses seem ta grow? ^. And havo you sometlmes stifmbled Iu tlio dnrknoss, And nre you brulsed and scarreel by many a blow? Pilgrlm. 1 know, I know! I, too, havo stumbled so. i Do you send out rebellious ery and question, As inocking hours pass sllontly and slow, Does j-eiiir rflslstcnt "wherefore" bring no answer. / AVliilo stars wiix palc wlth watch x ing, aml droop low? I. too, have t|iiestloned so. But now I know, I know! To toll, to^ strlve, to err, to ery, to groAv, To lovo throtigh all?thls Is the. way . to know. '. ' \ As yoii aro growing olelcr, aro you EXPOSURE breeds colds, pains in -the ltttigs, then pneumorna, ? Gowan'sPiep aration gives quick relief by de. stroying iuflatntnation and con gestjon, Acta like raagic for croup antt cpughs. External and penetrating. Buy today and feel secure, AUdruggists.. $*,QO,50c, ? 25c. grotvlng more sympathcllc? * Ask yourself thln nuestlon, antl an awei- lt honoslly. Next to lovo (in its largo anel unl versal meaiilng, tho lovo AVliloh Ihe grent manters of earth have had for all crealed thlngs) sympathy Is the most dlvlno attrlbnte of human nattirc. Untloubtoelly you aro sympnthctle to? ward your own near, and dear one?. If yotijore a parent. antl your chlld ls dull at school, or If your son or daugh? ter becomes Involved ln any trouble, whleh cftiiscs unpleasant commenl, you feel a deep aense of sympathy for the poor young crcature and wlll defend wlth wuriiith any tinkind rcferenco made to tho subject. But do you shotv that snrne sym? pathy nnd Impulse for tlie chlldren of other mothers? Ilovr Abeiul Ihe Olhersf If another woman's fcon is backward nt school. do you spcak ot hlm as lacklntr In appllcatlon only, and too full of young llfo to pettlo doAvn io his books. ns you say of your own, or do you call hlm a stupld dullard and blockhead njiel east rldlctile upon hlm? Sympathy for your own Is mere self Ishness, unless you cxhlblt the same sentlment toward others slmllnrly slt uated. Are you growlng moro or less crltlcal toward tho young as you ad? vance ln life? That Is an Important thlng to declde. Old age may llc ahead of you, lonely old ape. where'you wlll be, hoAvevor, lndependent flnanclally, dependent upon a youngcr generatlon for cor panlonslilp. ' If you are cultlvatlnj- a carplng nnd cruel tendency of specch, lf you are se vcre ln your remarks concernlng the bchavior of the young, you, wlll make a very unhappy futuro fo:- yourself. People will do you favors only when paid Io do them, but they wlll shun your soclety antl leavo you nlone to your wn bltter thoughts. Perhaps you say the young people of thln age are A'ery loud mannered and Immodent, nnd Avholly unllko the young people of your own day. But that may be a mlstakc on your part. Itcnl Pnupern of Llfe. It mny be thc result of the drylng up of thc strcam of sympathy In your nature. Eook bark a. llltle more thorough ly alon^- the path of your early youth and perhaps you can rccall cxperlcnccs and Incldents which wlll make you reall-c that young people are very muoh the same ln each era. However deep a student you may be, however educated and culturod. how? ever rich ln worldly things. you are really a pauper lf your heart does not hold sympathy for your fellow mor tals; anel unless- your s.vmpathles grow broader -and deeper. and sweeter as you pass along, you haA'e In some way llved wrong, and wasted your llfe. For llfe ls glven us, wlth all Its varylng experlcnccs and sorrows, and Joys to develop our sympathlos, and to make us feel the unlversal klnship. (Copyright, 1910, by the New York Evening Journal Publishing Co.) -- ? nODA' ItECOVEriED SATURDAA'. Reuiala* of Oncar I.ovc Found L'uder n I.og 1" thc Strcam. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Boydton. Ara., Marcli 7.?The body of vouiik Oscar Love, who was drowneel last Tuesday in a swollen stream near the Lunenburg llne. was recovered Sat? urday about 200 yards bclow thc brldge from which he was thrown from his horse. The body had been searched for | for several days, and was found under | a log in the stream. Uistiop Rnndolph Alulls Boyiltou. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Boydton, Ara.. March 7.?Bishop A. M. Bandolph, of the Diocese of Southern A'irginia, preached here ln St. James Church last night. The church was crowded. He contirmcd a class of three. The. bishop has had three ap polntments in the county, ?t each of Avhich he has contlrmed a eHass. ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED. -AINs Al mu MoreeU-ni nnd JuiIkc I'lntt AVnlkcr to llc Mnrrlcd. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Charlotte, N. C. March 7.?Thc c-n gagernent of Miss Alma Mordecai, of Richmond, to Platt D. AA'alker, of Charlotte. Assoclate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme.- Court. has been announcod, the weddlng to take place In June. Mlss Mordecai is at present the guest of friends in Ral? eigh. Her parents. Mr. .and Mrs. Henry Mordecai, only recently removed froiit New Orleans to Richmond. Miss Mor? decai is a woman of unusual beautyil antl charm, and ln Now Orleans was a relgnlng belle. The weddlng wlll take place In Richmond. The g^oom, Assoclate Justice Walker, is a cmem ber of ono of the leadlng famllles of North Carollna, and is Avidely-knoAvn throughout the South. liEAA'ES FOR. JAPAN. Dr. Garlnnd P. Moore .Accept- Posltlon in Government Service. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l Cape Charles, Ara? March 7.?Dr. Gar land P. Moore and famlly left here yes? terday mornlng. en route to San Fran cisco, where they wlll embark on a steamer bounel for Japan, wherc Dr. Moore has been nppolntcd surgeon ot the Public Health and Marlne Hospital Service, attached to the Amerlcan con sulate in the clty of Kobe. Dr. Moore has been a practlclng phy? siclan in Cape Charles for twenty years. He was also attached to the I Marine Hospital Service at Ftsherman's Island. He has been Identiflod ln polit lcal circles for many years, and Avas a colonel on the staff of Governor Swan son. IXJL'REU IN UUNAWAY. WIncbestcr Mun Tlirowu From Duggy and Scriou_l>- AA'nuiidcU. [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.'l Emporla, A a., March 7.?-H. C. Avln ters, of AVlnohe-ter, was soribuslv and probably fatally lnjured ln a runawav earlv thla morning in North Emporla. AA'Inter was drlving a splrlfed horse. which became unmana.geabl* and boltcel. throwing: the man to thc ground. T-Ie was kieked on thc head a num? ber of tlmes by the frightened anlmal, besides havlng threo rlbs broken as u result of the fall. AA'inters was removed to a North Emporla hotel, where ho is now under the care of a physiclan. AXOLU CASE POSTPONED. Dry Fork nixtillcr Wlll Be Trled nt September Coiirti, rSpeelal to Tho Times-Dispatch.l E.vnchbiirg. A'a., March 7.?Thc case - against T. M. Anglc. tho Dry Fork . ellstiller, Avho ls charged wlth nuniei ' ons violutions of tho rovlseel Federal ..statutes, wlll not be trled at the March term of tho Federal District Court here. un agreeinent already having been made for a contlnuunce of the e:nso to tho September term. ? Anglc was eon vlsted lu Danville and givon four years in prlson and a $15,000 flno. Ho se otired a new trial ou tho ground thit tho grand jury incllotlng him dld not report tlie indictmont in open court. The case was recently transferrod to. thls court from Danville, ?? ? r DAAIS ISSENTENCED. AVn* on Trlnl, Oluirged AVI1U Felouinii* .AkmiiuB ou .1." T. AYnttt*. [Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspateh I ' Danville. Va., March 7.?IntheV'Cor? poratlon Court hero to-day, Judge \ M. Aiken, presldlng, tho eutiro morn? lng aud a porllon of iho afternoon was takon up ln tho trial of J p Davls. charged wlth felonlous assnult on J. T. W'lHs. Both of the men nro southern Bnihvay car In'sppotors, and on tho nlght of August io Davls struck AVatis ovor tho hoad wlth a hamnior Indlcting palnful- Injnrles The Jur.v returned a verdict glvlng Davls elghteen mpnthn tn tho nenl-' tentlary, lato thls afternoon, * REDUCE YOUR Grocery Bili By Pdying Cash at Our 2 Stores. 1 -lb. block Bonelcss Codfish.6c Whole Grain Rice, per lb.6c Pottcd Tongue and Ham, 6 for... .25c .1 cans Chipped Beef for.25c Good Larr), per Ib.lle Salt Pork, per Ib.J2c Large California Pruncs, per Ib, ...6c 12 bars Swift's Snap Soap for.25c Va. 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Ilrond St,, Rlchmond, Vn. Oldest Muslc Houso ln Arlrglnla and North Carolina. 1 III P.JJprTS Business in Petersburg Amounts to $6,063.75 for Month. BIG PYTHIAN 0CCASI0N Congressional Election in Fourth District Will J3e Held To-Dav. Times-Dispatch Bureau, 10!) North Sycaihorc Street, ? Pctersburg, Ara..- March 7. The post-oflice receipts during tho month of February amountcd to ?6, 0__.T_. as against $4,9.-1.5. for tho cor respondlng montli of last year, an in? crease of 23 per cent. The business of the offlce hero ls Increasing from month to month. Soventy-three separ ato mails?lncomlng and outgoing?are handled each day, and with the oxten slon of the rural free dellvery system, this number may be increased. Thn recent enlargement of tho Federal building gives more room on the upper floor?, but not sufflclent room tn the post-ofllce department, and a furthcr addltion will probably be askod for. Interestiug Pythinu Occasion. The vlsit of Mrs. Nellle B. Merrlam. of Muskogee, Okla., suprcme chlef ot the Pythian Sisters of the Unlted States, is an event of interest to thc Fythians of Petersburg. Mrs. Merrl? am is the national organlzer of the Pythian Sisters, and she was sent here by Mrs. Kice, of Portsmouth, thc State orgunizer. Tho two distingulshed vlsltors are the guests of the two lodges of Knlghts of Pythlas. and were thc reclplents of cordlal hospl? tallty and courtesles. A roceptlon was extended them in tho Pythian Castle Hall to-nlght, when a largo company greeted them, and refreshments were served. Addresses wero dellverod by Mrs. Merrlam and Mrs. Bice, whose vlslt wlll bc followed by thc orgnnl .ation of a templo of Pythian Sisters here. I-leciion for CougrcK-iunu. Tho special election ordered by Gov? ernor Swanson to till the vacancy in Congress from the Fourth Dlstrlct, caused by the death of Hon. Francis Bives Lassitor, wlll bo hold to-morrow. The dlstrlct is composed of twelve countles and tho clty ot Petersburg. Itobert Turnbull, of Brunswlok county, the uomlnce of tho DernocraUo party, wlll be tho only candidate votcd for to-morrow, nnd, of courso, will bo unonimously elected. Thero wero four candldatos for the nomlnation in the Democratic primary, and together they drew out a voto of over (1,000. It is 'hardly .probablo 'that anything like this vote will bo east to-morrow. Flned for GnniMlng. I'arhnm Mason, a negro, was finctl $?0 and costs in the Polioo Court thls morning for operating a gamhliug SQUARE C0FFEE _TII-5 TALIv OF THB TABLE," Thls coffee wo recommend to you wlth our guarantee. Ilcst QUAL1TV producoil. Must pleusp you or your money rofundc-d. Tour Crpoer wlll supply you, Importers' Coffee Co., Ltd., N1.SV OHMUNS, I.A. house on AVIllcox Street, and Isaao Fllppcn, a negro, was flned $50 and costs for maintalnlng a gambling house on Cltestnut Avenue. A num? ber* of players who wero caught at tho game In tho lattcr houso wero flned in smaller amount-. B. W. Rltlout, a whlte cltlzen, of Rlchmond, waa also flned $50 thls morning for carrylng brass knucks about hls person. Rldout and hln brother, T. 11. Bldout, were also flned Jfi onch for drlnklng too much on Kttnday. Mr. nidout sald he had madc the knucks and dld not know tt was against thn law to carry It. Presbytcry to Meet. Tho Lexlngton (A'lrglnla) Presby tory wlll meet on Tuesday of next weck in Lexlngton to consldor the. dlsnoltttlon of the pastoral relatlons of tho rtov. Charles R. Stribling, of AA'aynesboro, witli the church there, ot whlch he has been the pastor for somo years. Mr. Stribling, as has been stated, has accepted a call to tho Tabb Strect Prcsbyterlnn Church, in thls city. A committeo from Tabb Street Church wlll attend thc Lexlngton Pres bytery and urgo favorablo action on the call to Petersburg. which wlll no doubt bo taken. Mr. Stribling expacts to cnter on hls dutlcs here on the flrst Sunday in Aprll. MIscellnneouM Newa. Mls8 Pallio D. Clayton, aged thlrty two years, dled last night at her home on Bolllngbrook Strect. Charles T). Evans was on Saturday evening elected a member of the poltco corps, and was thls morning sworn Into offlce. A negro convlct, whose name ls not known, escaped from tho convlct road camp, In Dinwlddio county, yesterday evening. lt ls not known to-day whether he has been captured. An employe of tho Norfolk and AVestern Railway is reported to have left- hls train at Suthcrlands to givc pursuit after thc fugltlve, and a messago was received from Crcwo to-day asking lf tho cmployo had been heard from. Thc .Tunior Memorial ssociation. or? ganized as an auxiliary of tho Ladies' Momorial Assoclation, has now over 100 members among the school chil? dren of the clty, who aro much lnter? ested in their work. The congregatlon of Blandford Meth odlst Episcopal Church is arranglng for tho erectlon of a more commodious houso of worshlp, to ho located on Main Street. Blandford. An I nhut 'Story. Two small whlte boys who had been away from thelr homo near Centralia, were taken in charge by the potlce Sat? urday night. They told h, rather liar rowing tale ot the death ot their fa? ther and also of the death of thelr mother by burnlng, and sald thoy had no relatives. The boys were turned over to Enslgn AVoods, ot the Saiva tion Army, who investlgated their story. After driving many mlles out Into Chesterfield to find thelr home tho boys confessed that they had told a story. They were turned over to thelr father last night. THREATS KH5T E Friends of Dead Men Declare They Will Seek j Revenge. ? [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l Bluefleld. W. \ra., March 7.?As a re? sult of a shootlng aftalr at Dante, Va.j last night, Fred AV!llian_s ls dead, Stacy Stone is mlnus a flnger, and Charles Stone Is lylng ln tho Dante jall, awaltlng a prellminary hcarlng for the tnurder of AATlliams. AVllliams, the report states. had been drlnklng and tried to pick n fiucrrel wlth Stacy Stone. Ho wns advlsed by Olllcer Kelley to go liome. but would not heed tho advice. In stead, lio went on the hunt for Stone, who had departed for homo. Arrlv ing at the Stone house. AArilllams iorked out hls plstol asd shot at .tncy Stone, tearing ono of hls flngers off. At thls juncturo Stone's brotlter, Charles, camc on the scene, and ho mot down Wllliams with a sho.gun, lust ns ho wns about to flro a second shot at hls brother. The bullet cn tered his breast, death. ensuing throe Hours afterwards. Relatives of AAllllams nvow thoy wlll klll tlie Stone boys. The jall is well guardod. All three were em -?loyed by ,the Clinchfleld Coal Corpor ltion. DEl'UTY SHERIFF DUNN DIES. Wounil Inflictctl by E. E. Powell Proves | latiil. Scotland Neck, N. C, March 7. Deputy Sheriff Dunn, of-Hullfax county,! :lled to-nlght as a result of a 'yound received at the hands of E. E. PoNvell, Sr. Travls and Kitchln contlnue to improve. Governor Kitchln, brother of Assom blyman Kitchln, the wounded man, ar? rived early to-day. Tho removal of Powell to tho State prlson at Raleigh bas had a quloting effect. MRS. VADEN and MISS TIERNEY AVITH The St. Clare ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST Fine Pattern Hats AND LATEST MILLINERY NOVELTIES, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, March S, 9 anc 301 East Broad Street, Up Stairs ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST EXHIBIT OF Invest Ymr Spare Money in PAYS BETTER THAN SAVINGS BANK We are expecting another aeivaticc in DIAMON.DS, and for .that reason avc liavc just bought a large guatitity of very line st-iies at a pricc Avhich enables us to offejr spuio special bargau/s this Aveek. You are always safc in investing inDIAMONDS, for you can turn them into cash so easv and, make a good prolit, besielcs having the use of them. DO NOT MISS THIS CHANCE. J.S. JAMES, JEWELERAND OPTWIAN, Seventh and Main Streots. WE SOLICJT ACCOUNTS WITH RELIABLE PERSONS. 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