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Personal. MISS ELIZABETH GAINES, of Warronton, Va? Is the guost ot frlends and relatives In New York Clty for sevoral weeks, and ls belng much entertalndd durlng her stay thero. Tho Mlsses Nolson, of Warrcnton, aro also Vlslting ln Now York.' Mlas Galues ls a frequont guost of frlends ln thbs clty, and spent sev? eral weeks ln Richmond last winter as the guest of Mlss Julla Joyncs, at 009 West Franklin Street. Eastwood? Srntl, Cards aro out announclng the mar? riage of Mlss Nannlp Ellzabeth Scott *?to Wllllam Thomas' Eastwood,' tlio weddlng havlng taken place In New York Clty Mareh C. Mr. and Mrs.| Eastwood wlll bo at homo upon tholr, return at 320 Dlnwiddlo 8treet, Ports? mouth, Va. ' ? Tu Cnnado. C. D. Perklns, of thls clty, ls the guest of Lord Grey, Govemor-Generai of Canada. ln Ottawa, Canada, whero ho wlll remaln-for several weoke. ? Slnglng to .Operu, ' Mlss Bfetty Burwcll Booker, whoso bcautlful volce and charmlng por sonallty ls recalled wlth so much pleasure by her Richmond frlends, ls now slnglng ln opera at Convent Gar den, London. England, and the London Illustrated News of February 13, pre? vents .characterlstlc picturcs of hor as sho appcarcd ln "Tho Vlllago Romco and Jullct" and "Tho Wrcckcrs." Mlss Booker spent last summer in the Adlrondack Mountalns, at Newport and wlth her mother. Mrs. Lowls Booker, At the Unlverslty of Virginia. In the early autuinn sho was thc guest of Mrs. Soth Barton French at Mra. Frcneh's Hot Sprlngs vllla, and was heard several tlmes ln concert there. Tho success or thls glftcd young Rich? mond vocallst. both ln Amerlca and abroad, has been phenomonal. For Mlsa Bonner. Mlss Ann Loulso Rlchardson, ot 2013 Monument Avenue, has Issued lnvlta tlona for a tea to be glven on the afternoon of March 29 from B to 7 o'clock ln honor of Mlss Norma Bon? ner. Mlas Merritt'a Card Party. Mlss Bessie Merrltt entertalned the members of her brldgo club most charmlngly on Tuesday 'afternoon at her homo ln Norfolk. Decoratlons wero ln palo pink llowers, Tho hlghest score was mado by Mlss Mary Roystcr. MIsb Merritt'a guests lncluded: Mrs. Phlllp M. Prcscott, Jr.. Mrs. John F. Marshall, Jr., Mrs. Menalcus Lang ford. Mrs. I. Branch Johnson, Mlss Tranccs Ranson, of Baltlmore; Mlss Myry Royster and Mlss Bessie Doylc. IJfnucr for Lord Falrfax. Lord Falrfax was tho guest of honor at a dlnner glven Wednesday nlght at Sherry's, New York. by A. Eugenc Gal latln. Durlng the dlnner plpers ln Hlghland costumes paraded about the apartment, aud afterward the gucste wero entertalned by negro slngers. Among tho guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrlck Gay, brother-ln-law and sister of the host; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zabrlskle Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Warnor Hoppln, Jr.. Mlss Gwendolyn Burden, Mlss Irone and Mlss Mlldred Sherman. Mlss Angellca Brown, Mlss Wilfrcda Mortlmer, Mlss Helen Coster, Mlss Margarct Steward. Mlss Madellne and Mls3 Alico Borland. M. Orme Wilson, . Jr., Worthlngton Whttchouae, Buell Holllsterf Clarenco C. Poll, Percy R. Pyne, seconei. M__l colm D. Sloano, Newton Rac. Wllllam Post and John Rutherfoord. .There was danclng after the music. HIo<k Dny. To-day Is "Block Day," and thc cn velopcs left at each houso on each block ln tho clty wlll be collected thls afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everywherc the workers havo boon most cordlally rcceived and already anonyroous en ' vclopes from varlous parts of tbe State havo been recolved. Members of tho board and some ot those who wlll help collect tho en volopos are: Mrs. Charles P. Wal ford, Mrs. Frank McGulre. Mrs. H. W. Bassett, Mrs. Robert Blankenshlp. Mrs Stewart Bryan. Mrs. St. Oeorge Bryan, Mrs. Barton Wlso, Mrs. Harry Hazard Mrs. John Harrlson, Mrs. James Cas kle. Mrs. Samuel Wallace, Mrs. A. C. Beckor, Mrs. R. L. SImpson, Mrs. L. E. Blggs, Mrs. Emmett Dlcklnson, Mrs. John B. Swartwout, Mrs. Bertram Chesterman. Mrs. F. D. Eppcs, Mrs. ,T. L. Eppes, Mrs. Robert Lecky, Mrs. J. Calvin Stewart, Mrs. A. L. Holladay, Miss Lucy Noltlng, Mlss Jullct Lee, Mlss Evelyn Gordon and other mem? bers of tho Glrls* Club. 9 LB ...yfl.shlnR H-l.Ufll fll fll KIddler? Germclmnu. A beautiful weddlng took placo "Wednesday evening at C o'clock ln tho homo of Mrs. Gertruelo Germelman. of 1524 North Twenty-third Streot, when her daughter. Mlss Mary Edna, be? came tho brldo of E. Linwood FIddler. Tho parlor.. woro decorated ln a color Bchemo of - green and yellow ln palms, cut flowers and candelabra. The brlde entered wlth her brother, "W-lliam Germelman,, from the rear parlor, and stood urider a-t>rldal bell of sweet peas end lilles of'the valley. Tho ceremony was performed hy Rev. .T. J. Scherer, of tho First English Luthoran Church, Tho brldo was attlred in a cloth cos tume of whlto -Henrletta, handsomely hralded, and wore a whlte hat, trlm? med- ln ostrlch pluhios, and white gilbves, and carrled Brldo roses. Tho mald of honor, Mlss Alwlne Germel? man, cousln of^ the brlde. was gowned ln a pink mess^llno silk wlth over drapory of lace and pearl tnmmlngs. Mlsses Essle Germelman and May Fel voy, sister and coUsln of tho hrldo, DUNLOP Th* Flour That IS \t wwt THE BEST THERE IS ; In Flour Perfection ' ASK ALL GROCERS. The. Dunlon Mills. __ich_.ifU.__ V-> New Sample Bush&Lane Upright Piano The case is one of thc most beautiful ever seen in Richmond and thc tonc, touch and volume are perfect. 'Because wc^h.tvc been using it as a sample wc will sell at a great rcduc tion. Walfer D. Moses & Co., 103 E. Broad St., Rlchmond, Va. Oldest Music Housc ln Va. and #. C. acted afl ribbon glrls, and woro whlte frocks over plnk, wlth laco trimmings "Walter Whlto atteudod the brldc groom fls best man, and Thomas Friend and Charles Folvey, Jr.. acted as ushcrs. The wedding march wns rendercd by Miss Emlly Pohllg, and "Hearts and Flowcrs" was played softly during tho ceremonj'. Mr. and Mrs. FIddler left Immcdl ntoly after the cercmony for Wash? ington, D. C; Baltimore and othcr Northorn cities. Thoy wlll bo at home to their friends after March 25 in the groom's home on North Twenty-third Street. A delightful reception was tendered the brldal party and guests after the cereinony. In and Otlt of Town. Mrs. Edwin A. Alderman, of tho Unlverslty of Vlrglnla, ls stopping at tho Hotel Wolcott for several weeks ln New York Clty. Mlss^ Frances Mayer ha?s rcturned to her homo In Norfolk. after a vlslt of several wecks to frlends in thls clty. . ;? Miss Mary Custls Lee, of Stafford county, Is thc guest of frlends In Washington, p. C? for eo'mo/lmc. Mrs. W. C. Lynch, of this clty, is spondlng some tlme wlth Mrs. C. E, Bragdon, at her home ln Frcderlcks? burg. Mrs. John Henry Walker, of Rich? mond, is vislting frlends at "Rock lanS," Va. T Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Daniel'have returned to Charlotte Courthouse, after .pendlng a week ln thls clty. Sarnuel Worthan., of FredexickBburg, is the guest of hls slster in Richmond, tor a few days. Mrs. Robert XV. WIthers and llttle laughtcr, of Suffolk, Va., aro vislting Mrs. Withers's mother. Mrs. George 3. McAdams, on West Franklin Street. Miss Phoebc Sattcrflcld, of German :own. Pa., who has been the guest of Urs. Jennlngs C. Wlse, is now vlsltlng elatlves ln Albemarle county. Mrs. Julla Grant Moore and the ?Ilsses Moore, who have been spend ng some weeks at the Chamberlln, it Old Ppint Comfort, havo returned o the city. Miss Llnda Lucit. of Doswell, Va., Is he guest of her slster, Mrs. Junius \ Floyd, on Hlghland Park. Miss Jennlo Gregory, of this city, . spendlng somo tlmo wlth friends l Newport News. John Maher has returned to Vhis omo in Newport News, after a vlslt .. f a few daya to frlends in RIch- A ion d. , x Mrs. H. M. McGulrc, who has been Islting her parents in thls clty for everal weeks, has returned to her ome In Lynchburg. Jobri Gooch .has returned to tho t Ity, after oNshort vlsit to frlends near a Uxmpton, Va. Ciiballero?..lallorj*. I [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.] fi Petersburg, Va., March 17.?At C " 'clock thls evening, at the home of he bride's parents on Wythe Street, IIss Cecll Beatrice Mallory, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mallory, waa nlted in marrlago to Dr. Marlano B. iaball.ro, a young physician of Porto tico. The wedding was a very beau tful ovent, and one of the most in eresting of the season, Tho Rev. homas R. Reeves, pastor of Washlng on Street Methodist Churoh, / per orraed tho cercmony. Tho parlors were artistlcally dec ratod wlth palms and forns and flow rs, givlng pleasant . effect to the olor scheme of yellow and green. he brldal party ontered and retlred s the stralns of wedding marches layed by Miss Dorothy Brooke Pleas nts. The brlde, who*. entered wlth er father, who gayo her away, was ttlred ln a lovely gray golng-away ult, with hat, gloves and shoos to ifitch. and carrled vlolets. Her at mdant as maid of honor was hor susln. MIsb Charlotto C. Woody, of lohmond, wearlng lavender meteor repe, pearl garnlture, black ploturo at and carrylng a shower bouquet"of e^eet peas. Miss Lllllan R. Harris, of iohmond, was tho brldesmald, attired a. i yellow meteor oropo, black plctura r at and carrylng a shower bouquet of * ilsics. Dr. Davld Caboll Burks, of Rook rldge, .was hept man, and. Dr. T. w. ai agiina, of Rlchmond,, groomsman. st Immediately - aftor ' tho cercmony r, and Mrs. "Caballero left for New ork, whenee they hyUj sail on Sat- hi rday for Porto Rlco, whero the doc- m ir is practlclng hls profosslon. They cpoct, however, to return to Virginia a' i make It tholr futuro homo. fe Among .the outsldo-guests at th'e eddlng woro Dr, Davld .0. Burks, of ockbridgc; Dr. T. "WV Laguna. of PJ lehmoud; Cllnton. A. Boyce, Owen re ro6dy, Mrs.. Portor Subjett, Misa h, mrlottq C. WoOdy, Miss Lllllan Har- . s. Mrs; Wm. Rorst, Mrs. Smoot, Mrs. ?" iravati, of Rlchmond, and others. ,'? . ' ' .'>'...?.._.... Prlsoner MnkeH KJaoNue. CO rSneelftl to Tlio Timoa-Dlninat-h.] H FrBdaricksburg, Va., Maroh 17.? lolan Strother, oolpr#a, who was W. ftflhed in Stafford Jall on J.i_ oliargo beatlfiKh^tohlltj ?n<t awiiUIng ac- p. Houfe Bills -_-__-!? ?.n.Unuot'1 .r'_roln_J-jl'rth Page.) C0I"llf of .Hocklnir'hlJ.n. PnhonTMr. Oood. ln* ?^}e^.n!' *cMo provuu for tho work and l,r,i?i,p nar.in rop,,lr l"'? P''"Ho road. Snrt ??,.?. '. th'. count-y or Washington, l?r?hftrr?t h?rU? lh? ^"d of aiiporvlioni n h...MW ?m.._,n,y by lh0 u,uo ?t bonds, and J2.rti.iJ. ^W*** an<1 t0 macadnmlzo tho ,,??iinirt ...... '"in'y. tnd to authorlzo tho tho .uesllon. Patron, Mr. MtChesney. .J*__.iT,1,T;n?.|,_,_.n.!v.Taot d?c""lh? certaln slreams in CltnrlotTo county to bn hlghways, ?__.'"?_!. Dr& "orwirn Creek, ln BAcon Ma. itorlol District, to nm ot crcoles nnmetl In thnt sectlon. Patron, Mr, Adams. To ropcal nn net entltled an act to pro? vldo tor tho opening, workitig and changinn tho publlo roads in rtappuhannock county, anel bullding nnd repniring brldge* tlieroln. Patron. Mr. Brown lta-. To authorlzo tho road board of Asliby District, In Kncklnghnm county, to e.stah llsh a toll gnto on tho Brler llrunch aap, Mountaln Road. Patron, Mr? llood. To allow tho Board of Supcrvinors of Pu llakl county to flx tho componnatloii of tha Pulaskl Hoad District Commlsslon for ?cr vlces ln tho constructlon of macadam roads. Patron, Mr. Trollngcr. | Provldlng for tho condomnatlon by cltlea, and towns of abandoncd or unusod and negleeted bitfylng-grounds, whoily or part? ly, wlthin tho llmlts of such citlos and towns, and maklng dlsposltlon of tho re? malns InterrM In such burylng-grounds. Patron, Mr. Throckmorton. To amend an act to provjde a charter for tho Clty of Wlnchnstor. Patron, Mr. Byrd. No Oplmn ln Clgarettes. To prohlblt tho ubo of opium In tho m?n ufacturo ot clgarettes. Patron, Mr. Powers. To amcnd an act to Incorporato tho town of Baslc Clty. Patrons, M.asrs. Temptcloi. and Kempcr. To protect and advanco ogrlcultyro by regulatlng the salo and punly of agrlcul ttiral llmo nnd tho guarantec anu condltlon upon whleh thoy aro to bo sold, and flxlng tho penalty Inc-urred for vlolatlon of tho! sarne. patron, B. B. Bowman (oy request;. ' Provldlng for the c_toiiii_him-nt of a kon nt-l for bloodhounds ?t thc Penltentiary Farm, and provldlng how samo shall bo furnlshed to tho authorltles of tha varlous countles. Patron, Mr. Powers. To authorlzo the Board ot Suporvlsors ot tha county/of Ellzabeth Clty to Issuo bonds*. not to _::cccd tlio sum of $10,000, to refund eort.iln bonds herotofore issued by that county, ptirsuant to an act approved Feb? ruary ., 1ED0, and to authorlzo and empowor tbo sald board to expond such portlon as ls necessary of a certaln fund now In tho hands ot tho treuurer ot sald county. and known aa tha "slnklng fund," to bulld a now clerk'n offlce, or to repair or enlorgo the present clerk's otflco ln sald county. Patron, Mr. Houston. To amend an act to Incorporato the town of Utuort, ln tho county of Patrlck. patron, Mr. Parr. Provldlng for tho reglstratlon of phar maefsts who own, and operate drug stores and pharmactes ln' towns and clties of Vir? ginia, which ar0 dlvlded and s.paruted rrom other towns or clties In odjolnlng States by tho'"Stato llne, and who aro resldents of virginia, and lawfully roglstored as pharmoclsts, and who own and operate j . drug stores or pharmaclcs tn tho adjolnlng towns or clties of such adjolalng States. Patron, Mr. McChcsney. To provldo for tho contlnuance of tho commlsslon to devlse a stablo mcthod for tho malntenonce. managomont nnd expan alon or tho educational Instltutlons of tho State. l'atron. Mr. Bakcr. To authorlze and empower tho State Cor? poration Commlsslon to closo or dlscontlnuo any prlvato dock or wharf. atToctcd wlth a publlc uso or e&sement In certaln ca;e?. Patron, Mr. Toney. Provldlng funds to help maintain indlgent sonauraptlvcs at tho catawba Sanatorlum. Patron, Mr. Ayors. To amend and re-cnact an act flntltled an ict to enipowcr tho Council of tbe town of l.ocky Mount to contrlbuto from the revo nues of tho town to tho support and maln tonance ot a graded school ln l.ocky Mount l-chool District, approved February K, 1S01. Patron. Mr. Lee. To protect fish In tho Blackwater P.iver, ivlthln tho county of Isle of Wlgbt. Patron, Mr. Jordan, sun (?RE OF OFFICE Zommission Issued Yesterday to State's New Adjutant General. > Havlng walted for the flnal adjourn nent of the Goneral Assembly, Adju ant-General XV. XV. Sale received hls !ommlsslon to hls now ofllco yester lay afternoon, and wlll assume his lutles thls mornlng. He spent a few nlnutes in'the ofllce yesterday gettitig n touch wlth tlie work'ln hand. The new Adjutant-General has just ompleted ten years of jservlco ln the rlrglnla Senato. He has been known here as one of the moijt falthful nembers, glvlng hls tlme and atten lon to hls work. Ho has usually been mong tho conservatives on publlc ucstlons. ? .An Increase of salary awalts tha new fficlal. t|e Leglslature havlng agreed o a ralso from |2,_00 to $3,000 a year. 'hls is paid out of the mllltary fund. Tho business on hand wlth the itate mllitla at thls season ls tho aspectlon belng mado hy tho United tates government offlcers. Tho work ?I11 not be comploted untll next lonth. It ls understood that the com OTSOBAD STAYEDINBED in Ingram Lady Says She Got So Bad, She Had to Stay in Bed, Until Released by Cardui. Ingram, Tex.?"I have suffer d from omanly trouble e er since first became woman," writes Mrs. E. M. Evans', of lis place. "Last fall, I just got so bad, I had to ay in bed.ior nearly a week everj' month. "I suffered with a pain in my left sidc id in my back, but since I have taken ardui I feel better than I have for years." Cardui acts on the womanly organs, id help the system to r gain its normal ate of hcaith, in a natural way. ?Ib is a puro vcgetable, cxtract, that u no sevcre mediciual action, but'acts ildly, as a curative medicine, should act, id therefore can have no bad after-ef cts. You can rely on Cardui. It is pre ired for women and'not for nien. It lieves pain, by acting on the cause.^and iilds up womanly strength wherc it is ost . ccded. If your druggiat is.a friend, ask. him fidentially if.he rec mmenda Cardui, j willtcll you tho truth. It is a good jdicino, Try it. , . N.B.-JPWV? lot Ladies' Advisory Dept,, lattanpoga;Medicinc Cor, Chattanooga, 3 mc ye me ad .thi ati bp wl Wl the soi Fo Sa t he 10: Olt Th Ch nf BeneathGood Bread is Good Luck Baking Powder. Evory housekeeper has a kc.n and comm.ndablo prlde In her brcnd, blscult, cake and other dalntles that tcmpt tho appetlte and bulld brain and musclo for the members of her famlly. Thc food satisfaction?thls absolute cortalnty of taaty ond hoilthfu! food Is a very -Implo and c??y matter If vou u?e "Good Luck" Baklar Powder. Tbe Southern Manufacturing Company BICIOfOND, VA. mands are maklng a good showlng for; tho most part, although, of course, no1 comment is belng mado by the offlcers in chargo of the inspoction. Two sergeants from the army traln? ing school at Fort Leavenworth aro at work ln thls State, having beon de talled to Vlrglnla by the War Dopart nient. They go from place to place aa ordored by tho Adjutant-General, im parting instruotion to tho men and assisting in drills. ASKING FOR CLEMENCY Case of New Evldence Clalmed la Angelo Hamilton. Frlends of Angelo Hamilton. who tvas convlcted ln.Lynchburg of murder In tho flrst degree, and who has bcoa lontcnccd to bo electrocuted on Marcli 25, will appear before Governor Mann to-morrow in his behalf. Hamilton Is a North Carollnlan, The kllllng of tho woman, for whlch ho .vas convlcted, was done, It is itated, In tho presence of anothcr man, ,vhoso evldence ls now at hand. Thls nan, U ls understood, tells a tale iimllar to that of Hamilton. who con :ends that he meant nb injury, but hat whlle intoxicated he was reckless y flourlshlng and dlscharglng his ilstol. The condemned man seems to havo rlends who are wllllng to Interest hemselves In his behalf.' Hls slster las been among those who have called ?n the Governor to scek executive lemency. Judge Scott to Hold Court. Judge R. Carter Scott. bf tho Circuit 'ourt of the olty of Rlchmond, was esterday designated by Governor Iann to hold a special term of tho .'ircult Court of Mecklenburg county n April S to try certaln annexatlon roceedings pendlng between the ounty and tho town of Chase Clty. Succe___ful Instltutes. The Farmers" Institute Train on tho hesapeake and Ohio ts now on its ?ay back to Rlchmond. Its return ls n the main line, tho going trlp hav lg been on tho James River Divlsion. hc attendance at theso meetings, it i understood, ha3 been emlnently ltlsfaotory. ? An unusually strong omplement of speakers was secured ir thls Itlnorary, and the Department f Agriculture feels that the trlp has een a remarkably successful and en ouraglng one. Commlssioner Kolner wlll return to lorrow, but the trlp wlll not then bc ulte ended. Monday wlll be spent at rtree polnts between Rlchmond and ewport News. Conntrulug T_aw*J** About as many hours as can bo put ito a worklng day are belng devoted j offico work by Attorney-General amuel W. Wllliams and Assistant At .rney-General W. E. Ribb. Pretty mch all of tho State officials are mak ig' inqulrlea as to tho meaning and mstructlon of recent acts of asscm y, and much dlgglng into records and jcislons of the past is necessary. New Tax Lawn Out. As another result of the leglslative 2tlon. tho Audltor's foroo is getting .isy in understandlng and preparlng i enforco the new tax laws. Printed iples wlll bo sent out at onco to all Iflclals whose duty lt Is to enforco iem. Changes are made In a number ! dlrectlons, but tho new subjecta for .xatlon aro probably more extenslvo ,an are the changes, ln oxlstlng sta ites. -.istiusrulshed Visltor. Ex-Attornoy-General C. C. Watts, of 'est Virginia, was a caller yesterday ; the offlce of Attorney-General Sam >1 W. Wllliams. They were members ' tho samo law olass at tho Unlverslty ! Vlrglnia moro than a few years ago. r. Watts was at one tlma the Demo atio nomlneo for Governor of West. Irginla lESSIONDF1910 HJ0UHK9KDIE egislaturc . Closcs Its Work With Tributcs to Senator Daniel. tt having beon agreed hy most at tho .mbers of the Leglslature present sterday morning that tho best -thofl to be pursued was an early JOtp-nm-iit, thoro was .a feellng that a end liad beon roaoliod. Tho Sen i met at 10 o'clock ?wlth four mom rs, but took a recefis untll 10:_0, ion tho Houso was to meot.-Senator lokham preslded, in tho-^bsence from i city of Lloutenant-Gcivernqr Elly n, The others prosont woro Senators Ikes and Harmau, ot Rlohmond, and lo, of Norfolk. , Do the Houso sldo tho unlucky nu'm r of thlrtoen again appeared at ;30. Theso weroi Messrs. _Jtuj)b_, of .ucoster; Stoplionson. of James Clty; rookmorton, of Henrlco; fiafcor, ? at estortlela; Oliver,-of Fairfax; Tofjey, ?Mnnohostor; Curtls. Cox aririw____*__ StMllft, of flriinawlck, nnd Casey, of! nichmond, cnmo In a fow momont.. later, On motion of Mr. Cox, tho clerk o. tlic House was authorlzetl to omploy a janltor for tho House offlces at a salary of hot moro than lio per month. , To Notlfy Governor. Mr. McRao offered a resolution pro? vlding that a commlttee coniposed of flve members of the Houso artd three of tho Sennto should be appolnted to wait on the Governor and Inform hlm that tho Gcnflrai Atnombly was ready to adjourn, nnd to ask hlm If he had nny further communleatidn to make. Opposing thlH, Mr. Throckmorton sald that In hla oplnion tho law takes no thought ot tho fractlon of a day. He belleved that lf senator Danlel died beforo tho followlng midnlght lio would dle during tho sesslon of the Leglslature. Hc thought suoh a pro-1' cedurc dangerous. . It would not, ln 'i hls opinlon, avold the fact that tha Ioglslativo day was still In exlstcnce.. i Mr. Ollvor took tho opposite vlow. In' liis opinlon, an adjournment Imme? diately could not affcct tho constitu? tlonal nucstlon and would bo as of feetlvo as if taking placo at mid? nlght. Tho rc_o_u_lon was adopted wlth apporqntly only ono dlssentlng vote? that of -Mr. Throckmorton. Mr. Mc? Rao was appolnted to notlfv tho Sen? nto of Its passage. He dellvered tho in..aagc, and on motion of Senator Folkea that body at once a^rcod. Acted on Princlple. In tho meantime, ln the Housc, Mr. Oliver had arlsen to a questlon of personal prlvllegc. On the day be? foro he had opposed a motion to ad? journ slne dle. Thls ho haa done with? out consttltatlon wlth-nny ono rcgnr.l Ing posslble candidates for thn ?ena torshlp or without reference to "such a eontest. He had taken hls position becauso ho had thought thn Houso could adjourn only from day to day, If thero wa* any blame for not ad journlng without day on Wednesday ho was wllllng to bear It. If any credit was duo each member should havo hls part. Mr. Stubbs also hafl a matter of per? sonal privllege. He read the followinir statement: "Whon, after consultatlon with sev? eral members of tho Houae and Sen? ate, tho resolution I oflfered yester? day in the House, calllng back tho members of both houses, wub agreed .' upon, and I was selected to offor tho "*" resolution, I was promptea sololy to nake tho motion because I thought it c .vould be posslble to have ln attend- I* inco a sufflclent number-of mombers p >y thls evening to meet any contln- a ,'ency. Thls affllctlon through Whlch ? /Irginla is now passlng is tho saddest s; :lnco the death of tho peerless Lee t n October, 1870. It would be a mat- F er of deep regret for tho Leglsla- ? ure, lf posslble, not to bo in sossion vhen the most distlngulshed Virgln- ,, an now llving should como to an end. ? Pay Illgbest Honor. f. "He Is our crcatlon. Wo made hlm e, Tnlted States Senator. The very hlgh- c] st honors should bc paid hlm, and c. iow how approprlate and proper for C he General Assembly of Vlrglnla to ct e present to give hlm, wlth tho exec- oi itlvo an,j judiclal departments of our tl tate, along wlth the woeping multl- le udes, all the honor, respect and love tl . o can show to a galiant soldler, a oble cltizen and a great statesman. "Tho telegram this morning. 'Hls <" ecovery is Impossible.' ls from hls a1 hyslclans. 'TIs sad to think lt ls so. v ut I conceivo it is InevitabTfc. Thls st mvo on my part had no polltlcs ln w :. For my part. between tho posl- a ons of having representatlon ln the a nited States Senate with only ono n enator untll 1912, and the Leglslature ? ot to be In sesslon untll hls end *' ame, I greatly prefer to havo only ne Senator untll 1912. J,( "In 1869 we camo to the House of ft >elcgates together, and of all who 0, -ere in public life Kt that tlmo In w Irginla, Major Danlel an(i I are thel Ca nly two now In public life. I maylcli o consldered extravagant In this ne tatement, but my lovo ana respect for tli iio great Vlrglnlan for moro than )ur decades may cattso me to bo tk artlal. ; no "What thc General Assembly wlll Tli > I yleld to Its better judgment. Thls ex id hour Is no tlmo for dlssenslons. ?u 'e can, wo will. do what is best in ?Dc io premlses." ?-a Senator Harman reported that the ^? snate had agreed to the joint resolu- G? on. o* Commlttee __i>poluteil. ? Speaker Byrd'appolnted Messrs. Mc- Cl>1 ae, Noltlng, Cox, Toney and Ollvei- .' ; the committee on tho part of the ,, Hair Story he ? t-11 [s this your sad story? "My hair is alling out terribly; and what is left rough and thtn." Now listen to ^i >ur glad story: "Ayer's Hair Vigor o0\ .romptly stops falling hair, destroys slu landruff, keeps the scalp healthy." i ho po! Ve publiih thc ingrcdicnts of Ayer's Hair clr 'tgor. Your doctor wlll adehe you,u)lsely. bel " " "" " " . tli. Does not Coiorthe Hair New Process Visible Range Prices $16.50 to $40 Jones Bros. & Co., hc, 1418.1420 East Main Street tli ? ii.il w/S i ch; am pai in j coo wa: con 1418.1420 East Main Street ? ha.: tho wai G fro wh: tho roa .- ~> y ,- ... Thi /m. E. Tanner. Jno. F. Tanner. wiv stri and rol. ' u ho isla It I Oldest and largest g?j Paint Manufacturers in K tiot wlii llB Tanner Paint and Oil Co., the South. 'elcphones Madison 399 and 1797. THE COFFEE WITH TWO ktLUON FRIENDS (TWO M1LL10N CUP3 DRUNK DAILY) LUZIANNE COFFEE -- AMERtQA'S FOREMOST BRAND ' A.hlgh-grade ooffe. wlthatlttteaoaaonltig, asper formutahom whloh ihe WORLD FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS CREOLE COFFEE la mado THE REILY-TA YLOR GO* NEW 0RLEAN3.'LA. ' ??-nj House to walt on the Governor. Tho committeo ropalreel to tho Senato chamber.' Acting rresldent Wlekhant apoplnted thc only other Senators present?Messrs. Harman, Folkes asd Snln. Tho Jolnt committeo then went to tho ofilco of the Governor. In a few moments tho committees reported ln each Houso that tlio Gov srnor had no further communlcatlon to mako to tho Genoral Assembly, Sonator Folkes and Dr. Stophonson ivero respectlvely appointed to notlfv _ho Houso that the bodles wero ready to adjourn without day. Thls duty iccompllshed, nothing remalned but to md tho sesslon. VETOIMPENOIHIG FOI LABOR Iii Flaw in Titlc of .Measure for'Pay ing Wages Twicc a Month. Because of a defoct ln the tltlo, It ;eoma probable that Governor Mann rlll bo compelled to veto tho Casey 111 provldlng for the payment ot zagos to employea at least twico a nonth. at least so far as 1. applles o men who work for the rallroads ot 'Irglnla. Thls blll was Introduced by Mr. lasey early ln tho sesslon of the .ogislature. By glvlng 'lt hls closo ersonal attentlon. tho patron secured favorablo roport from tho Committeo n General Laws. I>ater he got con Ideratlon In tho House, where, how ver, lt was amended to somo extent. 'Inally, by a whlrlwlnd assault, Sen tor Folkes socured Its passage ln the onate on tho last day of tho sesslon. The orlglnal act was deslgned ?pv lie purpose of proventlng conccrns ngaged ln mlnlng or manufaeturlng ?om charging a greater proflt ln ommlssarles ownod by them than wus larged to other customors buylng for ish and not employed by them. Tho asey blll amended thls hy afldlng mipanies engaged ln bullding or peratlng rallroads and h>- provldlng iat settlements must be mado at ?ast twlce each month, exceptlng in ie case of mlnlng enterprlses. Rxoeptlom. Made. In tho Houso thls was amended hy cceptlng sawmllls and lumber roads, nd flnally by exceptlng rallroads nder constructlon. TVierefore, the uml-monthly payment ' proposltlon rould apply to rallroads now oper tlng. exceptlng lumbef roads, and to 11 manufactorlos. Followlng tho passage of tho blll, overnor Mann received lotters and jlegrams by the score a__cfng hlm '.' ot to slgn lt. Not a word. ho sald esterday, was heard from any rall iad companles?all tho protests woro ?om employes. TIjobo mon wero of t_"? jlnlon that a seml-monthly pay rule ould causo tho abolltlon of the pay ir and tho payment of all wages In icclcs, whloh would be dlfflcult of .gotlatlon ln tho smaller places along o llnes. Vesterday morning a largo deloga >n of workers called pn tho-Gover i.r urglng hls approval of the blll. loy wero cordlaliy recelved^by thc eeutlve In the anto-room to hls Ices. Short remarks wero made by degates Throckmorton, Tonoy, Baker, sey and Wlngo; Senator Polkos, ibor Commissloner Doherty, Mr. .rdner, of tho leglslatlvo committee tho local machlnlsts' union, and '. Whltlock. of the Stato' loglslatlve mmltteo of tho same organlzation. All of these explained tho posltlon; the men ln thls mattor, saylng that was belleved money could bo saved tbe employes could get thelr wages >re promptly and buy for cash. Intcutlon ia Good. Roplylng, tho Governor sald that approved tho general pollcy of tho 1. Thero mlght bo some questlon to Its wisdom when applied to men tho roadi but as to tho shop mon thought it was probably a good % ng. But as a matter of princlplo he A loved that N questlons of pollcy ' )uld bo left to tho Leglslaturo and -= t.deolded by hlm. Ie dld not mean to say by this that wouid n,ot interfero ln a mattor of jf llcy. Thero mlght be extraordlnflry j cumstances. He mlght bo led to lovo that a measur0 had beon has- I / considered. and that had the Gen 1.1 Assembly been more dollborate Its lgment mlght have been dlftorent. a blll mlght present Itself which ,s lnherently vlclous and wrong ln nclple, and entlrely forelgn to tho llcy and prlnclple of the ,State, ln Ich caso ho would bo Justlflcd in erposlng a voto. Vs to thls partlcular measure, the 3stlon twas orio of constltutlonallty. 0 object of overy blll ottgtyt to be iressod tn Its tltlo. The reason for les, pursued tho Governor, was that /-of the peoplo mlght know what s belng contemplated and bo glven opportunlty to opposo It lf they slred to do ao. _n thls case tlie tltlo haa not been inged so as to conform to tho fj ondments adding rallroad com- li ilos to the Ust, but stlll refors, as tho old blll. to manufactorlos and .1 mlnes. Tho questlon Involved s as to whether or not tho peoplo cernod ln. tho oftects of this bill t had an opportunity, by oxamlning tttle, to appear agalnst lt. Ho nted to olgn tho blll lf posslblo. Attoruey-Generupi. Oplulou. lovornor Mann here read a lottor m Attorney-Gonoral WUliaras. in Ich the oplnlon was expressed that portlon of tho blll relatlng to rail d compaulos was unconstltutlonal. s was tho otllcer, sald the Governor, om tho peoplo had eloctod to con io tho lawB of ttro Commonwealth. 1 upon -whose doclslons ho must r. [ad the blll reached hlm ln tlmo. would havo roturned lt to the Lop .turoTwIth u rocolnmendatlon that ijo amended so as to cure the do t. That, howovor, was now iranos- A , e. ??u Ir. Throckmorton made a sugges i covering a ttew point of vlow by ch the blll mlght be construed to' mmm cpiistltutlonal. Tho Governor sald ~~ In what tho blll undertakes to do, hut ln tho way lt is done. Tho Con? stltutlon must be compllea wlth. 71 have sworn to support that Instrtt ment upon whlch our government rests, and I must do lt." Most of tho men, ln leavlng, shook hands wlth the Governor and thankctl hlm for hls franltneas. Celebmte St. Tatrlck-j. Day. . Speclal to Tho Tlm<*'?-r>l8p_tch. I Alexandrla, Va., March 17.?.Alex? andrla, Dlvlalon, No. 1, Anclent Order of Htbernlnns, thls evening celcbrated at. fPatrlck's Day wlth a hanauct. Dur? ing tho ovenlng several members ot tho local order made brlef speeches on the life and work of ireland's patron salnt. The colors of tho Emerald Isle were consplctious in thls clty evory* where to-day. CASTOR1A Por Inffcnts and Cliildron.' The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Bignature of < CutPine I According to grade, Best Oak, one-half cord, sawed, $3.00; Best,Oak and Pine, one-half cord, long, $2.75; hand picked sawed Pine, at ?3-25 one-half cord; good sawed Pine, at $3.00 one-half cord. Liimp coal, at $4.50 per ton. Coke $5.00 per ton this week. Thc leader in prices and quality to match. LONG, 1201 West Broad. Diamonds Are Always | Diamonds No matter tvhat elso may change or fluctuate in valuo, or how mnnv years may paSs by. a dlamond remalns th_ same. and is always an investment. Specially low prices aro of feredx you on dlamond3 iust now. Doesn't sho want one? Don't he want one? J. T. Allen & Co., Jev-elers, 14th and Maln Street*, nichniond, Va. wm COLDS ? Are deprcssintf, painful and annoylnfl. Do not ne^lcct a cold. Treat It at once and ward off serlous compllcatlons that wlll assurcdiy follow uefiloct. 3fe2?SS5 GRIPPE PILLS Act quickly. They reduce fever. rellevo all uclilna pains, do not depress the beart. They ore tho greatest of all speclflcs for eoldB. Fully guaranteed. Price, 25c pc- box? mall able. POLK MILLER DRUG CO, 834 East Maln Street. Don't For get the ig Furniture Sale The Pitts Furniture Co., 1429 Eait Main Street ROUNTREE'S FOR runks, Bags and Cases 703 ?. Broad Street Crushed Stone itanclard sizes for concn/tc and Mc* am construction. ' . ?' ? ROBT. G. LASSITER, VTrftUiria. Va.