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Personal: MR. AND MRS.,CHARLESSELDEN have Issued lnvltatlons (or tho marriage rocoptlon 01 thelr daughter, Nnnnle Rnndolph, and Wll? llam Merrltt Habllston, on the after noon'of March 30, at 315 East Frank? lin Streot, The coremony wllj be per? formed at 4:30 o'clock In tho' presence of only tho relatives and a few frlends wh6 havo been Invited to tho rocop? tlon, which wlll bo a very qulot af? fair, Of. Interest Here. Tho fourth performanco "of the "Bello of Now York" by tho Falnt and Powder Club, which wlll tako placo on Thursday nlght, March 81, at Al baugh's, wlll I)e for tho Baltlmore Chapter of tho Maryland Daughters of tho Confederacy. Thls wlll lie tho "Southern nlght," tho band wlll play Southern alrs and the ushers, who are all daughters of prominent South crnera In Baltlmore, wlll wear red, white and red. Tho patronossos for the performanco nre Mrs. Lawrason Riggs, Mrs. Mlchael Jor.klns, Mrs. AV. T. tVllson, Mrs. John iildgeiy, Mrs. Wllllam H. Blackford, Mrs. Jesso Tyson, Mrs. C. W. Watson, Mrs. II. Irvlnc Keyser, Mrs. Gustav Lurman, Mrs. Tunstall Smlth. Mrs. Robert C. Barry, Mrs. Charles Goldsborough, Mrs. Trlpleft Hfixall, Mrs. Wllllam Keyser, Mrs, Davld G. Mclntosh, Mra. Joseph H. Rle mon, Mrs. Jamea Mcrcer Garnett, Mrs. John MJ Nelson, Mrs. Allan McSherry, Mrs. Charles S. Morgan, Mrs. III. Y. Lefeovro, Mra. B. Howelt Grlswold, Mrs. Mary P. Carroll, Mrs. Archlbald H. Taylor, Mrs. J. Charlea Mncglll, i Mrs. Sullivan ritts, Mrs. von Kapff, Mrs. T. Harrlson Oarrctt. Mrs. Wll? llam II. Whltrldge, Mrs. Wllllam Reed, Mrs. R. Curzon HOffman, Mrs. H. M. Warflold, Mrs. J. Pembroko Thom, Mrs. Wllllam Groen, Mra. Douglas H. Gordon, Mra. E. Austln Jenktna, Mrs. 33dwin Warfield, Mrs. J.*Q. Lovell, Mrs. John Olll. Mrs. R. Brcnt Keyser, Mrs. J. D. Iglehart, Mrs. D. O. Mc? lntosh, Jr., Mrs. Charles E. Rleman, Mrs. Q. A. Butler, Mrs. Charles rfal tlmoro Calvort, Mrs. V. M. Oolston, Mrs. Henry AVnuams, Mrs. C. Powell Koland, Mrs. Nlcholoa G. Fennlman, Mra. J. Hemsley Johnson, Mrs. L. Vic? tor Baughman, Mrs. Kdwln S. ADell, Mrs. AV. W. Spencc, Jr., Mrs. Jesse B. l;igg... Mr.. J. Crosaan Cooper, Mrs. Rufus K. Goodcnow, Mrs. Grlffln-., Mrs. Charles Lanahan, Mrs. George T. M. Glbson, Mrs. C." D. Kenny. Mrs. Jero 11. Wheclwrlght. Mrs. Wllllam A. Boy kln. Mrs. Richard Buck, Mr*. Joseph 3. France, Mrs. W. Kcnnedy Boonc, Mr*. George S. Jackson, Mrs. Clapham Murray, Mrs. Allan MoLane, Mrs. M. Olllett Glll. Mrs. Wllllam T. Howard, Mrs. Kpenccr Carter, Mrs. V. P. Clark, Mr.". John Wrlght. Mrs. Fcllx R. Sulli? van, Mrs. Crawford Black, Mra. Isldor Itayner. Mrs. Joaepb Branham, Mrs. Baker Hull. Mrs. Duncan Brent, Mrs. Robert Ober, Mra. Champlin Roblnson, Mrs. Jamea P. Gorter. Mrs. Charles A. Wcbb, Mrs. Thomas H. Bowles, Mrs. Has II Glldersleevc. Mrs. C. Lyon Rogers. Mrs. Alexander Gordan, Jr., Mrs. Wllllam B. Watson, Mrs. Ran dolph Barton, Mrs. John Knox Shaw, .Mrs. AV. T. Lrantley, Mrs. J. E. Grelner, Mrs. AVilllam L. Marbury, Mrs. Charles IX. Tllghman. Mrs. P.obort t\. Coupland, Mrs. J. S. Lemmon, Mrs. AVilllam M. Dame. Mrs. Jamea Albert, Mra. AV. S. Symington, Jr Mrs. Thomaa Chatard. Mrs. Walter P. Smlth, Mrs. R. E. Lee Marshall, Mra. i.arren H. Bucklcr, Mra. T. II. Symlngton, Mrs. A. II. Rutherford, Mrs. AV. C. Nlcholas, Mrs. A. M. Hooper, Mrs. Davld Hulzler. Mrs. Gordon AVllson, Mrs. Krnest Knabe. Jr., Mrs; FranK Deford. Mrs. Telfalr Marrlott, Mlss Holt, Mlss -..ary Coles carter, Mlss Johnston, Miss Rebccca Duval. Prominent AVcddlng. Mlsa Margaret Ersklno McTeer" and Llcut. Chartes Morrlson Austln, U. S. N.. recently uppolpted naval attacho of tho American embassy at Tokyo, were marrled Monday nlght at 8 o'clock ln Knoxvllle, Tenn. The ceremony, whlCb was attended only by a small famlly gatherlng, took placo jn tho homo of the brlde's unclo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, John AVlllianiH. Immedlately after thc ceremony, Lieu tcnaJit and Mrs. Austln left Knoxvllle for San Franclsco, from' whero they will snil March __1i for tho former's post at Tokyo. Lleutenant Austln, who ls the son of Representatlve and Mrs. Austln, of Tenneesce, ls well known In Washing? ton, where ho roslded wlth hls par? ents at the Burllngton. He left here a few days ago for a short vislt to hls home ln Knoxvllle, and the en gagoment, whleh came as a surpriso to hls many frl.nds, was announoed shortly after hls arrlval there. The brlde is the daughter or tho lato Charles J. McTeer, of Knoxvllle, and is related to a number of distlngulshed famllles. Her maternal grandfather ,was tho late Hon. Thomas A.'\R. Nel? son, who represented tho Flrst Ten nessee District in Congress for sever? al terms. EiiRageincut Announced. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wllllam Mc? Comb announce tho ongagemqnt of tholr slstor, Susan Paul, to Rev. Ar? thur -Harrls\ Clarke, of Wclch, W. A'a. Tho marriage wlll take placo ln thelr home. 920 West Graoe Streot, on Tues? day, Aprll 5. . - Dlnner in Norfolk. Mrs, Nathanlel Burruss entertainea on Sunday- evenlng at a beautifully rppointed dinner complimentary to her daunghtors, Mrs, John Ha-ry Rca<j and Mrs. Harry Jordan. Tho table i was attractlvoly decorated in army I colors-^-red and yellow?approprlato to tho occaslon. Covors wero latd for DUNLOP The Flour That IS m \ iffi$mM w FLOUP INCOMPARABLE ASK ALL GROCERS. Tho Punlop MiUb, Richmond, ,Vb. m A Great Piano Bargain It ii an upriglit, and thc case is a rich grade of innliogany. $375 Standard at $285 Tliia Piano was taken in exchange for a Pian6Ia Piano. / It is a wonder at thc price! Walter D. Moses & Co., 103 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. Oldest Music House ln Va. and N. C. f m cleven, and those cnjoylng Mrs. Bur? russ'* hospitatity were: Mrs. Jordat), Mrs. Read, Dr. Leo W. M..Gulre, U. S. N.; Mrs. McGuIre, Mr. and -Mrs. Harry Bain, Mr. and Mra, Albert Bur? russ, Miss L-aura Klrk and Dr. S. II; BrlgUk, For .Il__ Mclntjre. Mr. and Mr8. C. Artliur Durham en? tertained a small gathering inform ally Monday evening ln thelr apart ments at the Iroquol?vJn Washlngton, j in honor of their houso guest, Miss Mclntyrc, of South Carolina, Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs. Day and Mls? Day, of Vlrglnla; Col. 1 and Mrs. J. U. Collcy, of Georgla; Miss' ? Armstrong, C. B. Tullld, I_ O. Treat, tha Ilon. and Mrs. J. Edwin Ellerbe, and Miss Ellerbe, of South Carolina. Vlsltlng Here. Mrs. Lloyd HL Jones, of Frederlcks- ] burg. la tho guest ot relatives berc. ] After spendlng somo tlmo'here, Mr?. . Jones wlll vlsit her brother-in-Iaw, the Rev. A. XV. Hampton Jones, at hls home ln Brulng^bn,' Va. ? Oueat of 8II_? Guuo. ( Miss Aguata Freeman, of New York, arrived in thc city laat evening to bo tho guest of Miss Katherlno Gunn, at 20t West Pranklon Street for two weeks. Lator Miss Freeman wlll vlslt friends In Savannah, Ga., and other 1 Southern clties. Miss Gunn spent some time as the guest of Miss Freeman.ln New York early ln January. * Alumnae Mrctlng. - The Alumnae Association of the l Itlchmond School for Expression met on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock, ln Mrs. Thurston's studio, 17 South Third Strect. Thc followlng offlcers were elected for the cnsulng year: Miss Eula Bailey, president, and Miss Ida Dlllard, secretary aud treasurer. .-Commlttee.1-, wero formed to arrango the entertaln ments of the assoclation and the ban? quet, whlch wlll bo (flven ln the Jof terson Hotel late ln the spring. It was declded that the literary meetings should take place every month at Mrs. Thurston's studlo. Ml?? ltunj-ou to Spenk. For the benefit of.thc younger mem? bers of tho E.jual Suffragc League of i Vlrglnla, Misa Henrletta Hunyon has i conscnted to read a brlef, recently utl- i llzed by her to flne purpose, in a stu- ] dent'e debating soclety of Richmond College. to whlch sho bolongs. Thc brlef attracted much favorable crltl ctsm at tho time of Its presentation. The reading will bc given at 5 o'clock Frlday nfternoon at tho leaguo head auarters 30" East Franklln Strect. It j is expected that-Mrs. J. W. Durham will direct the afternoon's program, and that Miss Runyon's frlends amons tho College Woman's Association and tbe students ot Rlchmond College wlll consldor themselves lnvl||d. Jouea?Glbb?. j Tho wedding of Mlas Grace Janetta j Glbbs, daughter of Mrs. S. E. Glbbs. to Elbrldge Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs Rlchard Edward Jones, of Forklanci. Nottoway county, was celebrated In thc resldcnco of the bride's mother, ~ ln Manchester, at 7 o'clock last even? ing, Rev. H; C. Pfclfer officlating. The brlde wore whlte silk, with pearl trimmings, and carrled Brlde roses. Mrs. W. 0. Farlnholt, the dame of honor, was attired in plnk messallne. Hor--flowcrs were plnk Bweetpeas. Mr. and Mrs. Jones left by the U ^ o'clock train for thelr home at Fork. . [and. tVeddiug Receptloa. A very pretty wedding was cele brated on Tuesday, when Miss Eva Jones beoame tho brlde of Gartleld. =5hort. Both are well known and have _. large clrcle of frlonds. A receotion will bo glvon tlicm on Sunday even? ing from _ to 0 J'. M. llcceptlou Slouduy. Mrs. Jonathan Cecll entertained at ;ne of tjy. most elaborate receptlons 3f tho season on Monday evening. The house was profusely decorated wlth Easter lilies and palms. Mrs. Cocll was asslstcd in rocolvlng by Mosdanios Allen, Grav and Lindsey. Mlssos Hud- _ jon and Gunn served punch. II Hcetlug ot the Y. W. V.A. <V meeting of tho central member? shlp oommlttoe'of tho Young ?Women's Shrtstian Association was held Tuns _ay morning. - 'Among those present sv-ere M?'s. T. Cary Johnson, chalrman; Mrs. Beverly T. Criimp and Mrs. War? ner Moore. of tlie Episcopal Church; \Irs. Charles F. Lee ana Mrs. Chilos T. Ferrell. of the Preabyterlan Church; Mrs. W. S. PUcher. Mrs. Cary Nplson ind Mrs. Carlton Jackson, of the Bap .ist Cliurch: Mrs. C. II, Urnor. and Mrs. Leroy M. Lee. ohairman of advertising -ommlttee, of the Methodlst. Chu.rohi ilrs W. A Crenshaw, of tho Chrlstlan 2hurch; Miss Sallla Marks nnd Miss 3arvey, of the Orango and Violot Clubs, >f tho Young Business Women. Tho purpose of thla comn^ltteo'ls to t( 'ormulate plans for renowing and ln- <] -reaslng the. membershlp of tho aflso slatton, and "upon thls committee dc _ends the success ot all other com- I nittees, thls being tho flrst to begin ,( ,vork" slnce the appolntlng of varlous itandlng commlttees by the board at i," recent moetlng. Representatlves worc choson from ,ach ohuroh in th_ olty, and they wlll ie brought together at a rally to be ir icld, at tbo association buildlng, .06 -t Sast Franklln Street, on Tuesday eve- . ling, March 20, at 8:10 o'clock. . , ?' The followlng are the newly elected yi ?Itlcers of tho Young Women's Chrls lan Assoclation: President, Mias Car ilino Holladay; Flrst, Vlca-Pr_sldents. tc .ira. . CharlQM P, WaUord and Mr?_ Carlton J_,okson; Saqopd Vlce-Presl lonts, Mrs, Beverly T.* Crump ahd Mrs. . _. Bejrnd Biaii.; Thlrd Vlco .Prealdents, ?? rlrs. S. H. Hawe? and Mrs. Mann 8. ?. juavies; Fourth vice-J-rosldents,. Mrs. tr VH.-Ifrnor and Mvsi Charlos E. wlngo; yi flfth Vice-Presldont, Mrs,' J. Calvln - itewarti Trea-urer, Mrs, Charjos O. 8a. ille; Recordlng Beerot&ry,, Mrs. Ghtlo- C p. ; FerreJli Corrospondln* Becrotary. T Has EU?abetlv,-.loli?rdpoii. Thp wotto p; f the 0880.la-Uon ls;!,?_.. o'w tn a Ufeui.* m ahd, hnd a thousand la won." IM mil Out nf To nn, Mlsa" Marle R. Reld, of Norfolk,I Ia tha ggest of Mr. and Mrs, Wllllam Mar shall.nn thla city. Mr. and Mrs., Thomas-Nelson Page are spendlng a short.flmo vlslting frlenda in New York Clty. Mra. AV, R. D. Moncure, of thla clty, la tho guest of relatives In Stafford county for some tlme. Mlss Mlrlam Shoen haa returned to her home In Newport News, after a vlalt to frlends and relatives ln thls clty. Oarner AVood Denmcad, of Baltlmore, Md., ia tho guest of frlends ln Rich? mond for a few days. Mrs. Harry Langhorne, who hns beon vlslting reJatlvea here, haa returned | to her JionflJ ln Albemnrlo. John C. Hob3oh, who has mado hls homo In thla clty for tho paat few years, has moved to Schcncctady, N. Y. , Colonel Eugcno C. Maasle, of thls city, la vlslting frlenda ln Charlottes? vllle. Mfss Llla Stewart und Mrs. J. Loigh ton Hubard have rcturiiod to Noifolk, ifter spendlng a few days ln Kichmond. Mlsa Annle Laurle lXa.ynos, ot thls ilty, has concluded a vislt to relatives in Suffolk and returned to hor home. J. Bryan Turner has rcturned to hls lonio In Nowport News, after a vislt }f several days to frlends here. Frank Renshaw, ot this clty, has jeen spendlng some tlme wlth frlends n the Unlverslty of Virginia. Mlss Emlly Evans, ot 5 Vlno Street, s tho gueat of frlends, ln Phlladelphla | tor several weeks. Mlss Katherlne Dlckson, who has :een spendlng several daya wlth Mlss lulla Joynes, at 209 West Franklin itrcct, wlll leave thls mornlng for hor lomo ln Norfolk. Mrs. Wllllam Cutler Cole and llttlo on. of Toledo, Ohlo, aro spendlng some ime wlth Mrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. T. _.. Booker, af tho University of Vlr tlnla. Mre. Frank Chrlstlan has gone to 31nntngham, Ala., whofre ahe is tho fuoBt of her sister, Mrs. Means, after ipendlng several weeks in Asheville, 7. C. Mlss Nannle Carrlngton, of Hallfax ounty, ls the guest of frlends ln Nor olk for several weeks. Misses Annetto Boswcll and Lena iutton bave returned to thelr homo in .ewport News, after spendlng somo Imo hero vlslting relatives. Helping Your Employes ' BY ELLA WHEELER W1LCOX If you ara a man at the head of a business which neccssltates many as slstants there is an opportunlty for you to be doing much good, in a qulet tvay. Instead of acceptlug the work of Kour employes as so much materlal to ao paid for wlth so much money and :aklng no further notlce of your men neyond service and pay, inaae it your ?leasure to watch for the young boyo ,vho possess notlceable business ciuall les and to encourage them. Such a boy was ooserveil and ad ,-anced to a sllghtly better posltlon ,vlth a small lncreaso of pay by an imploycr who shorily afterward sold ils business to a now firm. Four years afterward thc old em iloyer chanced to meet the youth, now l young man, and found hlm dls ?.oura'ged by the fact that he stlll iccupled the same posltlon and re ?elved thc same remuneratlon of four 'ears prevlous, desite the earnest ef ort he had ma<B| to please hls new .mployer. ? llndu't Given Him u Thought. The youth was contemplatlng a .hange when the old cmployer agaln nterested hlmself and obtalned an ither advance. The new employer had lot given ? the boy a thought beyond ieolng that he rcceived his salary ?egularly. Yet hc was a valuable man, md his loss would have been hard to! eplace. Many a good employe who would nako the best of business men aro ost to the world, drudging away ln| i half-hearted manner, dlscouraged; md despondent, because thelr employ irs havo not glven them the merltcd 1ft. at the rlght tlme. In our strlvlng lndustrlal, compotl IEFUSED CONSENT TOJMPERATION lirs. Jett, of McMinnville, Ref used To Be Operated On, But Took Cardui, Instead, and Was Cured. McMinnville,: Tenn.?"H ving used lardui, the Woman's T nie, and know ig its value, I can truthfully praise it," * itcs Mrs. Ocie Jett, of thi. place. "I don't beli ve I would be living t6 ay, if it hadn't been for Cardui. "After my baby was born, I lay in b.d >r 27 days, and^the doctor iame every ay, but he did nb~good. ''Finally he advised an operation, but would not consent,; and insteadj took ,vc bottles of Cardui, and ,now I am going bout th house, doing my work and even o my washing "I can say that Cardui worked wonders ? my ctse. When commenccd to use , jAn??a_t able to sit up. Now, I am in etter health than I have been for 5 ears." - ? s -' Try ? Cardui. It is a strengtheiling Inic for women. It relievcs pain, tones p the nerves, builda strength. It has beon doing thi? for 50 ycre, avo yo tried it? No? Then begin ying it to-day, It may bo juat what )U need. Your druggist eells it. i. N. B.ClVri/fl iorlficUw' Advieory Dept., hultanooga Medicinp Co., Chattanooga, enn., for Simial lustructions, and -o4 igo book, ''Home* Treatment for Wo erp" ????:?? g'a'n wraijrtcr, 6i? requert, ? WflV TARTAR is a calcareou deposit which form upon tne surfaces of th< teeth and should be re moved by the daily use o Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Toofh Powder which cleanses, preserve! and beautifies the teeth prevents the^ formatiori ol tartar and imparts purit) and fragrance to the breath, Hudgins?Mcrton. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Koysville, Va., March l..-*-Aseensioi Eplscopal Church was tho scono of t beautiful weddlng thla ovenlng, whct MIes Liucle II. Morton becamo tho brid< of Edward -Wren Hudgins. Thc church which was canoplod in whlte, wai beautiful tn its decoratlon of palms am Easter lllles. The weddlng march wai played by Mrs, Fredorlck Hanmcr. The grorimsmen entered In tho foi lowing order: Charles Osborne, Dr. llc bcr Morton, Henry Osbornc, Or. Floyi Crcgory, Walter McNeill, Gray G_t'r: land, Iteuben Hudgins, Dr. Hugh Henry Mack McC'argo, James Yokeley. Thi raatrons of honor were Mrs. Charles Osborne and Mrs. Hober Morton, slstcri ot- tho brlde. Tho llttlo flowor girls Carollne Osborne and Ellzabeth Peters followed, carrylng shepherdests bas kets fllled with sweet pcas and hya clnths. Tho brlde entered wlth hc: father. Major J. XV. Morton, and wa met at the altar by tho groom, wltl his best man, Dr. Lester Hudgins. The ceremony waa Impresslvely per. formed by Rov. G. Wallace Rlbble, rec tor of tho church. A brilliant recep? tion waa glven the bridal party thc precedlng nlght by Mr. and Mrs. Charlet Osbornc, at thelr resldonce. /Tho brlde and groom took the southbound traln tor an extended Southorn trip to Flor? lda, Havana and the "West Indles. The brldo ls a daughter of Major J. XV. Morton. She ls well known ln Rich? mond, having been thc leadlng soprano In tho Flrst Baptlst and Holy Trinlty Churches, of that clty. Tho groom ls a young lawyer. He has beon located In Chase Clty for some tlme, but after September 1 wlll make Richmond hls home. tlvo system, wlth its seasong of greal proapcrlty and Ua st-asona of corro sponding depression, young men feel tlmtd about givlng up a certain posi? tion, even when unsatisfactory, for an uncertaln p?s_>lDlllty of Improvement. And so they drudgo" on,~ year aftei year, not liking to ask for hotter wages and better work, lest they re? ceive thelr dlscnarge, but consclous that they dcserve rccognition from tbeir employtrs. I? there are such men In your employ, make lt a resoive to flnd them and to speak somo word or glvo some hope, whlch shall rouse tliclr flagging spirlts and send them to their tasks with new ambition in tholr hearts. Tour business wlll be the better for it, and you wM be the happler for lt. Vou Make Your O-ivu Deatiny. Better help three unworthy em? ployes, and be obiiged to put them back afterward, than miBS the oppor? tunity to advance one wlio***-_ reaily deservlng of your trust, Meanwhlle, to every toller, in any line of employment in the world to day, who feels that he is not getting his Just deserts, let me say a word. That word ls: You yourself are mak? lng your own destlny. lt you wlll reallze thls old truth fully, and qutetly, hut constantly, speak the word, to yourself, for pro? gress and advancement, you wlll bring your cmployer by the law of sugges tlon to seo your real value. Instead of going. to your work wlth dcspoudent thoughts apd a dis couragod heart, . go wlth brave thoughts and silent assertlons that better things aro comlng your way doon; that they are already here, iu tne invislble rcalrn. and that you are making them tako vlslble shape. Say that your employer appreclatos you, and that he will recognizo your worth. And hc.will. if you keep your duty and obligation to him in mlnd, whllo you make your assertlons. Try It. (Copyrlght, 1910, by tho New York Evening Journal Publishing Com? pany.) I-euneily?Glunnlnj. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.l Charlottesvllie, Va, Maxch 16._A. Lewis Kennedy, formerly of this city but now of Rlohmond. and Miss Matti'e Glanniny. dau-. hter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 0 Gionnlny wero marrled at 6 o'clock thls evening at tho brldo's home. CH West Main Streot, the ceremony being performed by the Rov. J. Wlley Bled soo. D. D.. of tho Millor Scjiool. C. J. Tlnder. of Rlchmond, was. bost man. After a receptlon, Mr. and Mrs. Ken? nedy left over the Southern Railway tor an extended Northern trlp. They wlll mako thelr horae in Rlchmond. - - - .? Chll4rc__-_.-wi-._e. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.] ' Lynchburg, Va? Maroh 16?A qulet ivodding occurred last night at tho wsonage of College Hlll Baptist 3huroh, when Otle Chlldress. of Petors .I.r^'_a2dTM1,.?, AIatt>0 White, dnugh ier of S. J. White. of tbls d'ty. woro .,nlt0(l_,ln nia?'iago. The mlnister was Rev. "W. A. Ayres. of tho Collego Hlll Dhurch. Mr. and - Mrs Chlldress loft lurlng the night for Petersburg, whoro Lhey wlll llve. * ..lurkbatu?.Buford. [Spoclal to Tho Tlmeg.DUpatch.] Roauoko, Va? March 16,-WIIlluin A. Markham, a farmer of Bototourt countrf ind Ml-s Vlrglnla E. . Buford, of Boanoko oounty, wero marrled ? hero to.day. Thc .room ia a Coiifedarat0 vetoran, Glbba-Wat.fc, [Bpeclal to Tho Times-DIspatch. 1 Staunton, Va., March 16,-?_w_lll'am Wayt Glbbs, and Mias _Ut?, watts, daughter of N. C Wfttta, wore mar? rlod thls evening _.t: Wosieyan. tne homa of the bridt?'a parents, iRqv. A, M, Fraaor, D. D., pastor of the Flrst Preabyterlan Church, ofrioltftlpiy Mvs. Herbert Meyer, oe Waahlndton. was ipatron of h?nQr> <*na *V i*. McFarland, if ? thla clty, best ma?. ? A'hey go to Phlladelphis.. whero Mr. Glbba ts ln 9U8lne*?. to resid*. 15 IS President's Duties Now Perform? ed by Others?His Retire? ment Looked for Soon, New York, Mnrch 10_?Aa haa beon forocasted, ,1. T. Harahan haa been virtually ellmlnated from nll tho du? tles of presldent of tho Illlnols Central itallroad, a placo glven to hlm lu No? vember, 190(1, by 10. II. Harrlman, fol? lowlng that llnanclor'a hlstorlc llght to oust Stuyvesant Fish from thc presl dency. Mr. Harahan stlll remalns tho noml? nal presldent, but tho ofllco ls now purely tttuior, all Its dutles belng glven to others, Becauso of the pecu? llar sltuatlon In which ho Ih now placed Mr. Ha.rah.in'ii rotlrcment la loolccd for at an early date, though If ho could remaln wlth tho company for two yearB more. or untll ho ls sev enty years old, ho would bo entltled to retlro on a llfo penslon of Ono fourth of hls salary of J40.000 a year. \V. h. Park, untll recently1 general superlntendcnt of the Union Paclllc syatoni, ia now tho real presldent of the Illlnols Contral, thour-*- hls tltlo Is vlce-presldent, a placo to which ho was elocted by thc dlroctorB on March 7. Mr. Parks has been placed in full charge. Tho only department not in cludod ln his scopo ls that of trafflc. whlcli remalns nomlnally ln charge of Mr. Harahan, but ls really ln charge of J C. Stubbs, the noted trafflc oxpert of tho Harrlman llnes. Thc accountlng department, lt is un? derstood, wlll also report dlroctly to VIco-Presldent Park. and ho wlll report dlroctly to ^ho board of directors, and not to Mr. Harahan. No explanatlon for thls unusual practice could be ob talncd. Tho expert occountants who have been golng over tho books for moro than slx weeks havo not yot sub? mlttcd thelr flnal report, but havo mado prellmlnary roports.' Presidont Harahan mado formal on nouncoment hlmself yesterday of hls virtual ellmlnatlon. but not untll tho radlcal changes in tho exectitlve gov? ernment of the Illlnols Central had become known ln Wall Street. His statemont was brief. It sald: "At a meetlng of the board of di? rectors of the Illlnols Central Railroad held ln New York on March 7, XV. L Park was elected vlce-prealdont. wlth offlces In Chlcago. and as such wlll have chargo and supervlslon of tho transportatlon, malntenance, motlva powor, constructlon, purcha?lng and. penslon departments of tho oomoany." KEENE DID NOT IIMITE TRUST Shrewd Operator Tells of Con nection With Hocking Crash. / - New York, March 16.?Whlle James R. Keeno says that he dld not counte nance thc sale, novorthelcts. ho ad? mltted on tho witness stand to-day that the bulk ot hls holdlngs ln the Colum? bus and Hocking Coal and Iron puoi was sold on January 18 and 10 last, j the day before' ana the day of tho collapse of tho pool, whlcjj caused three Stock Exchange fallurcs and tlio loss of mllllons. The sale was mado at a tlme when members ot the-'pool were aupposed to stanj flrm ln keep ing wlth tholr agreemont, but Mr. Koene malntalna that holuno way vlo lated hls trust, a3 he was powerlesa to stop the llquldation, ln view of an understandlng made wlth hls brokers flvo years ago. He was askod if ho had not prolited by the salo to the extent of $350,000, but his counsol ob Jected to thojquestlon so lndlgnantly that it was not allowed. Tho foregoing inslde details of the i-Iocking crash wero brought out to day at a contlnuatlon of tho bankrupt cy hearlng of J. M. Flsko & Com? pany, one of the flrms Involved, bo fore a United States commissloner. After a ropeated! absenco becauso o>! lllness. Mr. Keeno was ablo to ap pear thls afternoon, aud though he wns pale and suffering wlth rhouma tlstn. he took tho witness stand for a luIlUJKn COMFORT FOR MEN Because of its delicate, emollient, sanative, antisep tic properties derived from Cuticura, united with the purest of saponaceous in gredients and most refresh ing of flower odours, Cuti -tura Soap is unrivalefl for shampoolng, bathlng,. shav ing and for every use in preserving the hair and skin. Assisted by Cuticura, it allays itching and irritation and tends to prevent clog ging of the pores, a frequent cause of facial eruptions. &m^w?ww"S' Japan, M?ruv?. wa., Toklo; 8o Alrlc*. LwMOB, ttoTCapsWwi.?tit.iV. B, A. Potter PruV * Cbim. Corn-, 8.1a -Ptow,, 1-8 Colutabut Av?? 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Ho denled emphatlcalU- that ho had sold any of hls pool stdtek, but when asked moro polntedly If any of the stock had beeiigsola, ho was forcca to admlt that hls brokers had dono so. Bo explained tho transaction aa fol? lows: "For soveral yeara I havo had an understandlng with my brokors that they could use any stock of mlne they hcld for their own uso, I roscrvlng tbo right to demand the atock at any tlme on givlng twenty-four houra' no? tice. I suppose that by virtuo of thia understandlng, they may have gone short on the atock for thelr own ac? count, uslng my stock as collateral, but that waa none of my business." Accused by counsel for the rccoivcr ot being the only member of tho pool who had sold his' holdings, Koeno's counsel camo back with tho rotort that Wolf would havo to prove hls statement. "I think I dld," vrns the rejoindor. Tho hearlng was not concluded. WANTED TO KILL HIMSELF, BUT WATER WAS TOO COLD Fugltlrc Dnshea Into IUvcr, but Turui. Around aud Surrender* to I'ur.nluB Ofilccr.' [Speclal to The Times-DIspatch.1 Newport Nows, Va., March 16.?Closc Iy pursued by Immigration Inspector Willlams. D. Mouaalera, a Greek imml srant, who had escaped from tho In? spector as he was being taken from tho Clty Jall, ran into Jamea Rlver, near tho Chesapoako and Ohio dopot, thls afternoon. Mou3slers'a lntentlon waa to commlt aulcido, ho saya, but the water proved to be too cold for hlm, and aftor wadlng out 100 feet or so. ho turned and waded back to the beach into the arma of the law. He is now ln jail agaln, and wlll bo sont to Nor- j folfc to-morrow. Captain Wllllama, who -woigha ' something liko 250 pounds, is recuporatlhg from the ef fects of hia impromptu Marathon. Mousslers arrived hero aboard tho Brltish steamship FeruvJan ton days ngo, and was sent to St. Vlncent's Hos? pital, Norfolk. Ho escaped from the hospital, and was captured hero by Captain Wllliams and locked up for .?lolating tho Jmmlgcation laws. Ho ivas to havo boen glvon a hearlng ln Vorfolk thls afternoon. and Captain tVilllams had taken hlm out of jall o meet tho 1:05 o'clock ferry. ?when ho brcak for Uberty was made. .. ' ? It. F. D. Mall Carrler Injnrcd. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Disputcn.J Lynchburg, Va., March 16.?T. C. flowers, a rural mall carrler, waa lalnfully hurt thia afternoon whllo ?eturnlng from his route. when the iorsG''ran away, throwlng hlm out of ils vehlclc. Ho was palnfully bruised .bout the hands and.faco. SHBjrWBIili ASKS COMMUTATIOX. iVuutM Jall Sentcnce Clinugcd to Pay? ment ot" Flne. [Speclal to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Raleigh, N. C, March 16.?A second ippllcation was made to-day to Gov irnor Kitchln for comrautatlon of the ive months' Jall sentenco ot Baxter .hemwell, ln Gullford county, for as ault wlth two rcvolvers on a Southern lallway conductor, to a flno, on acdount if tho physlcial conditlon of the sen enced man. Thero was a reprive some months igo to April 1, on th* ground that lm irlsonment. in tho winter months vould bo very Injurious to the prt_on ir,-ln viow of hls rheumatlo and other iffllctions. Thls appllcatlon contalns a clauso hat lt thero is any opposltion to tho lommutatlon, Shemwell wlll subralt to .n examination of his physical condl lon to be mado by any reputablo phyal :ian, designated by the oppononta of he commutatlon. No day ls set yet for tho hearlng, mt'lt is expected to he sometlmo next veek. SUPHE-.IB COURT OFINIONS. )ct-I_Ioua Hnnded Down ln Ten Cases by Xortb CareMnu Tribuuul. [Snecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l Ralelgh, N. C, March 16,?Ton optn ons were dellvered thls evening by the -uproma Court aa follows: Cox vs, _lghtlng Co., Craven. ln Stuallwood's ippeal., error, and in Crouso Kemper Jompany's appeal, no error. Judgment, ;o far as lt glvos Crouso Kemper Co. i. preferenoo, boing roversed; Rlggs vs. lurganls. Martln, afflrmed: Bank vs. nsuranoo Co., Martln, petltion to re lear diamissed; Doan vs. Atlantic Coast ,lno Railroad, Bdgooomb, afflrmed; ?ctto vs. Davls, Now Hanover, Keith's ppeal afflrmed; Matthows vs. Pcter-1 on, Sampson, afflrmed; Dardon vs. | Idrldge, Lenolv, appeal wlthdrawn t coat of appeUant; Southorland vs. _ennedy, Duplln, appeal wlthdrawn at ost of appollant; State vs, Falroloth, ampson, por curlani. afflrmed. Trnin Haa Nnrro.v Eacnpe. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Va., Marcli 16.-?Train No, 5, the Unitod States t'ust wall. on the otithern, barely mlssod being wrecked his afternoon at Wlnesap, when lt Ideswlped a constructlon train.. Tho ftssepgara weve sliaken up, but no ono ras. injured. 'Tlio trnin was delaycd ttlf an hour. Clvlc An_oc._t.ai- I-leela Ofl0__er_i. ISoeolo toThe'Clnies-'"1'_"atoii.| ;,? WilUamsburg. Va., Marcn 16.?At ho anuual meeting yestorday evonlng if tho Willlumsburg Kdiio. tlonal nnd !lvlo Association. Mrs. L. W. Laii-.I, v?' waa elected president, Mrs, Vnn _l\ larrett, (Ust vlce-presldent; MIbb BCa-j ie Soott, spioid vico-"v-v*i h-.*>t; Mra. Jbarjotto llubbard, treasurer, un# Mlss Aunlo Chapman, correspondlng socrotary. Mrs. H. K. Bennett, tho re tirlng presldent of tho assoclatlon, was choson chalrman of the educa* tlonal department, and Mlsa EdltK Smlth,. chalrman of tho civlc depart' men t. i I-VdicTed von feloxy. Charges Growlng Oat of Recent Vrnlt* uro at Wnrsovr. r [Special to Tho Times-DIapatch.l Heathsvllle, Va., Mareh 16_Tha re? cent fallure of G. Milton Sydnor. of Warsaw, caused no llttle astontsh mcnt, and now quickly follows second Indotments for felony, Tho trial. which wlll take placo ln May, prom Isos muoh of intereat. Able counsel wlll appear on both sldos?for tho prosecution, Smlth, of Richmond: Fowles and Walter Hathaway, and fo* the dofense, Leo, of- Lynchburg. and Herbert Lewls, of West Point. Hla bond was placed at .3,500, and was se? cured INSURANCE thjit protccts your life?not _fi> come only. Gowan'sPrcparatioa in thc homc insures against pneu monta, colds, croup, soreness in lungs and throat by destroyinj? inflammation and congestion. Extcrnal and penctrating. All Druggists. $1.00, 50c.. 25c. ln? sure today. Stieff Silver The Gift for the Easter Bride Stioft ware belng tho standard of quallty la especlally attractive as a glft for the Easter Bride. Nothing ls too beautiful for hor and nothing- moro plaaalng can bo found than Stieff Storllng- Sllver. Our showing Includcs ovorythlng- dojlreej In storllng- sllver from olaborato tea aets and largo dlahcs to lnexpenslvo small piocea, auch ns butter knives, sugar spoons, etc. Every dealgn ls a work of ort and tha finish glven every plece mado in tho Stieff facfory la pcrfection ltaelf. Its escepllonal beauty has mado It tho most popular of all gifts tor overy occaslon. .Stieff prlces will bo found lower than ls asked for ln fe.rlor waro clsefhere. Correspondenco in? vited. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Wo invito thoso of our out-ot-town.patrons vho aro unable to como to our Baltlmore lalesrooms to aend for our lllustratcd cata oguc. An asHortment of arllclea wlll be ent on approval to persons known to ua or o thoso: maklng thcmsclves known by ?at 3tactory roforences. No cbari'o ls made for hls sorvico. MWEFFCO.,8? 7 McLane Place (formerly Liberty St. Factory 318 Cider Ave., BALTIMORE, MD. r For Rellable Furniture and Floor Coverings Call on Jones Bros. & Co., hc,, 1418-1420 Eait Main Street ?aCOUGHS Aro annoylng to yourself and othor.. Thoy are harmful, producing Intense Irritation of the parts affected. Broo chlul diseases are frequentty the result of neplected couilh. foxagg (Cberry Bark) COUGH SYRUP Is soothinfi and healing. Allays irrita? tion, clears tho volce. Does not iuum ate. One dose rclleres?one bottle cures. WotJuuranteolt. Three slze*? 25c, 90c and $1,00. POLK MILLER DRUG CO, 834 East Maln. Don't Forget the Jig Furniture Sal< The Pitts Furniture Co., 1429 Eaat Main Street ROUNTREE'S FOR runks, Bag* and Cat< 703 E. Broad Strett.