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ThePianola (A Piano Player) $250 up Tfie Pianola Piano (A Player Piano) $580 up Are the only piano players and player-pianos madc that can contain the most vital of all features?thc Metro style aud thc Thcmodist. Thc Metrostylc enables any one to intcrprct the music played witli truc mustcianly fecfing?to follow, if desired, thc authoritativc interprctation of thc composer, or some wcll known exponcnt of his works. No other piano-playcr in thc world Has thc Metrostylc, or 'atiything thai takes ils place. Yet many great musicians, such as Hofmann, Roscnthal, Moszkow ski, Lcschctizky (teacher of Pad erewski), etc, have stated that thc Metrostylc is absolutely csscntial to a piano-playcr. Thc Thcmodist is anothcr acccnts these not.es wherever they may Hc?that is, thc aceompanf ment, whether it bc in thc decp c.? t bass or _>urrounding thc mcl odv in a nctwork of runs and trills, is always subordinatc' to thc main theme or "air." Thcsc features, together with others, like thc Graduatcd_ Ac comp.ininicnt, thc Stistainiug Pcdal Devicc, etc, are what givc thc finish to a performance with thc PIANOLA Piano that has madc this instrunicnt famous. They are thc basis for thc fas ci nat ion that every one fccls in playing thc PIANOLA Piano. And tlicy distinguish thc PIAN? OLA Piano from thc host of iniitaUod's which its success has brought* upon thc market. exclusive feature of thc PIAN? OLA and PIANOLA Piano.. In every composition thcrc are cer? tain notes that should sound above the rest. Thc TJjcmadist Let us send you a beautiful catalog telling you about the Pianola Piano. Aeriola Pianos, $450 up. WALTER D. MOSES & CO., 103 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Oldest Music Housc in Virginia and North Carolina. j Miller School Social News. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] f Mlller School, Va., March 20.?Mrs. j'J. D. Smlth recently roturned from Richmond. Dr. R. B. Fulton roturned this week itrom Now York Clty tuid Richmond. . James I. Lewls left this week for SThomas. Ala., where he has securod a iposltlon ao chemist. He is a graduate *of tho MlDer School. ; The LtWRloy Llterary Society invited .the Vawter Llterary Soclety to attcnd .tliclr meojtlng Saturday cvonlng. An cixcellent muslcal program was ren flcrcd. , jf. Tkket ''Scaipera" Thrlvo. I? .Spcctal Cablo to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatch.] i T.ondoti. Mai*eh K.?Speculatlon in thoatre acnta lia* tar eatno tlme beon a blg busl 'ncss. It is known that whon the drcss r. licarsai of a. new play takos placo represen? tatlves <of i-lpcculatins flrms aro altvaya ^present. ,It snya. much for tho flno Ju(lu7 ment of mno o? these gcntlomcn that im jnediately affter seelne the dress rehnarsal .of "The _Y_rci_dians" ho sot hls tlrm to be 'jpeak $S0,W? worth of seats. Trunks Make Good Homes Trunks make good homes provided they are tlvo right kind of trunks. Suc'h as the .notlcrn steamer trunks, .wardrobe stcruncr trunks, fitaro steam? er trunks n.tide excluslvely hy H. W. Rountree** & Bros., 70. East Broad Street. Hero you can get trav eling bags. cttrry-alls, steamer rugs nnd evorythlng that you get for com? fort. convcnleo co and plcasurc. The prlces, too. are just rlght. . We extend a cordial invitation to thc Easter brides tq visit our store and sea thc stock of Bridal Suits we are now showing. If yoii pay cash a llberal discount will be given you, br if you desire the goods charged our salesman will gladly give you the best term.3 you can get and allow you to pay iis weekly or monthly. With two fclt mattrcsscs, and can 1k* used as ;i fflO CA couch or bed, for. vit)?i)u me from 58.50 to 5125.00 To-Morrow Only This cxact Collapsible Go-Cart, in tan, red or grccn. : Strong, durablc and attractive. Only 2?} in thc lot. None sent C O. D. Rc sure antl see our "EXCEL SIOR" GAS RANGE and have ils advantages explained to you. Drgascrs, Chiffonniers, Washstaiicis, pressing Tables oud Priiiccsis Prqsscr.". in oak, mahogany or inaplo fl? Q ?yr' to match oal; dresser, for.. t|)0? i t) Mr*, Onyley Get* Divorce. Reno, Ncv., March 2G.?.Tulla Gardl ncr Gayley, of Xew York, wlfe of Jampy Gayley. former vlce-prcsldent of thc Unlted States Stcel Corporatlon, was granted a decreo of divorco on her cross-complalnt flled in tlie Dls? trlct Court horo. ORDER LOCAL OPTION ELECTION IN DANVILLE (lllCStlon n.i to l.li.rtlKing of Snle of l.lquor to Bc Tteferrcd lo CUI/.ens for Vole. ISpeclal to Thc Timos-Dlspatch.l Danvillo. Va., March 26.?Thursday, Aprll 28, Is tho date fixed to-day by .rudgo A. M. Alken, of tho Cdrporatlon Court. for tho holdlng of a local op? tlon election In Danvillo, to detormlno whether the sale of liquor shall bo licensed. An order to thls effect .was hamlcd down this morning* by Judge Alken, in response to petttions signed by SOO qualiflcd voters of the clty rcfiuestlng that tho election be or? dered. The election ordered to-day, llke othcr similar eontests held here, will bc conflned to tho First, Second, Thlrd I and Fourth YTardsj. The voters of thc 1 Flfth and Sixth Wards, constltutlng the section known as tho Northslde, wlll havo no volce in the election. MRS. WALDORF ASTOR SAYS SHE'S STIIX GOOD AMERICAN MI.S. IVAI-DOnF ASTOll. Proud of Peary's Feat, but "Shackleton Trav eled Over More Actual Ice, '? She De? clares With Authority. New York, March 26.?Among the passengers on the Lusitanla yesterday, of whom Slr Erhest and Lady Shackle ton were most eonsplcuous, thero was a smillng, good looklng llttlo woman, dressod quietly in brown, who stood listenlng interestedly to tlie southern exploror talklng to tho Intervlewers on the way up from Quarantlnc. Some one recognlzed her as Mrs. Waldorf Astor (tho former Miss Nan nle Langhorne, of Virginia), and a dctachment of reporters surrounded her. "Don't bothcr about mc; I un. a very Inconsequentlal person," she laughed. "Talk to Slr Ernest. Ho's a real hero and hls wife's a dear. Why, ho did moro actual travellng over thc ico than Peary did ln dlscovering the North Pole." "Mrs. Astor quoted latltudcs and News of Mancheater Manchester Bureau, Tlmcs-Dispatcli, No. 110S Hull Street. Just nt tlie coneluslon of tho mass meeting at Masonic Temple last night othor "data" with the air of an expert on frigid cxploratlon, and apparently proved her declaration. She ls a'friend of Sir Ernest and Lady Shackleton, and through them has become lntenscly ln? terested ln polar work. "Perhaps," it was suggested facc tlously, "you would llke to go on a dash;for tho South Pole yourself?" "Wouldn't I, though?" Jlrs. Astor answered wlth enthuslasm. "I'd love It, especialiy if it were an expedltlon such as Sir Erncst's.' But I'm still a good American, despite my resldence on tho other side, and I'm nilghfy protitt of Commandor Peary's feat." Mrs. Astor was met at tho pler by hor slster, Mrs. Morttmer Brooks, of thls city. Togethor they are going to spend" a couple of months at thelr old home in Virginia. and then Mrs. Astor w.lll' roturn to England. the 11 o'clock Pktersburg- car stoppcd and a handcuffed nogro was handed over to Captain Llpscomb. John Prltchard was tho man, and he was arrested for disorderly cojidtiet on thc car. Easter services were held yesterday at tlie mornlng services of the Clopton Street Church. Thc Clopton B. Y. P. U. will glve an open meotlng to-night at 7 o'clock. Music wlll be rendered by the. Sunday-school orchestra. An in? terestlng program has been arranged for at S o'clock. Rev. J. C. Mlles, the pastor. will presidc. "The Power of God" will be the sub? ject of Rev. J. ar. Rowland, pastor of the West End Church, at 11 o'clock this mornlng. At 8 o'clock to-nlght hls subject will be "Deceiving Your sclves." Kev. .T. T. Haley wlll preach at both services at the Stockton Street Batuist Church. At thc Asbury M. E. Church, P.ev. W. O. Biirch. pastor, will take fov hls morning subject, "Christ tho Flrst Fruits," and at 7:15 p'clock to-night. V'RIsen Wlth.Christ.'" At thc Oak Grove Baptist Church, tho pastor, Rev. D. G. Lancaster, wlll preach at both servlces: mornlng sub? ject, "Thc Way": night. "Final Con? tract." Special Easter music will bc a feature at both servlces. Miss Annlo Lee Blatid left Thursday for West Point to vlsit her parents. A. E. McCoy loft last night for Phila? delphia on a business trip. George P. Cox has roturned home from Charlottesvillo, whero ho was thn guest of Mlnor Bronaugh. Tho Educational Assoclatlon wlll moot Tuesday night in the IIIgh School building, antl Dr. Chandler wlll dellvcr an address. A. II. Fllzgerald loft Friday for Wlllittn.sliiirK to attcnd tho Educa? tional Association. Mlss Eleanor Trrry, of Wythovlllc, is tho guest of Miss Mary Vadcn for llio Easter holidays. Master Cornolius. Wol.s ls quitc sick al Ihe homc of hls father, on Porter Street. At thc Decatur Stroot. M. E. Church an evcoptlonally intoresting program has hcon arranged. P, A. Sehneukor's 1 Eastor cantata, "Tho Rison Klng," wlll bo rendered hy tho eotisollrlnted cholrs cf Uio Docntur Stroot. Church and St. .Inlin's P. E. Church, of Rich moud. Sunday nlRht at S o'clock. Mny itnvt* Hoinc-Coiiilng Wccte. [SpociiU lo Tho TlmeH-'Pispat-h. i Danville, Vn.. March _.?.?A meetlng wlll he held on Monday nlRht at S o'clock. in the room Of tl-.o Commerclal Assoclatlon. foi- tho purpose of disouss inc- and acting upon tho proposed plan i of hovlne n home-oomlug week In Dan j vllle ln July for tlio patrons and for I nim- patrons of th,-. Danville tobaeco i morlset. To Prvnebt CrosHCH of Honor. ISpecial io Tho Times-DIspu'tch.J | Danville, Vn.-. March 20.?-Crosses of j hoimr win bn presentorl al) Confederate veterans ot Danville and viclnlty who \ have not already recolvddi thom on i .Mino 0. this bolng tho annlversarv of 1 ihe blrthday of Jefferson Davls, "Th" j presontailons wlll he made by the i Danvlllo cliaptor. WHY SALVES FAIL . TO CURE ECZEMA Scientists nre now agreed tha tr-ihe eczema gjcrrns are lodged, not in tlio outer skin or cpidernii.., but in thc inner skin. llehee a pciietrattitg^*Itquid is required, nor.au outward salve that clogsthe pores. We reconimend to all cezema patients tlie et.hd.Vrd preacripiion. Oil of. Winter grecn, as- compouuac'tl in liquid form, known ns 1). D. D. Prescription. A trial botdc of this D. D. D. l-rescription at o.iily 25 cents,will instantly rclieve thc jtch, \\'i. havo sold and recoinmcndcd thisremedy for years, and know ol* won tiei'ful. cures from its use. We recoin* meiirl ii io our patrons, Owen. & Mino. Dpil. Co.; .Wiisliington ?S Early, IViiin* chesicr. ??;?' ' . Four Well Known Cleveland Women Testify They Joln the Many Thousands Who Have Been Cured and Benefitcd By the Use of the Great Body Builder and Renewer of YOuth, and Extol Its Vlrtues That . Others May Read and Be Helped. MRS. J. E. ROOT. Holds World's Fast Walk? ing Record. "Two years ago, when I did not feel very strong, I bought a bottle of Duffy's Pure .Malt Whiskey. 1 was immediately bcnefitcd by it. I am 80 years old, and won thc champion? ship in thc great walking eon? test for aged people in Cleve? land. I beat thc world's record for aged people. My wondcr? ful health and ability I attrib utc to using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as a medicine."? Mrs. Jane Edwards Root, 1605 East 30th St. MRS. ROSE DOYLE. Was an Invalld; Gained 50 Pounds. "I was for many years an in valid, vcry thin in flesh, and I fearcd I would never bc well. I tried evcrything, and-j_t last bought a bottle ofDuffy's Pure Malt Whiskey*. from that time I commenced lo gain. I am now perfoctly well and enjoy life as I never expected to. There is no medicine as good. I certainly gladly recommend it. After I commoncod taking it I gained 50 Ibs. in seven weeks."?Mrs. Rose Doylc, 1605 East 30th St. MRS. A. L. HENDERSON Seldom Took Medicine? Completcly Cured. ' "I scldon take medicine, but no fccling very strong I tried Duffy's Pure Malt Whis? key and it did me so much good I cannot rcfraift from tcll mg vou. "Thcrc is nothing as good for heart trouble, and I bclicvc it has effected a permanent curc in my case. lt is also won? dcrful for pains and aches and general dcbility. I am vcry glad to givc my testimony that it may hcl|.< others."?Mrs. A. L. Hendcrson, 4054 Payne Avc. a_RS.il. M.STRAUSE. 84 Years Old, Enjoys Health and Strength. "I am 84 years of age, and I want to teli you there ia no medicine as good as Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for aged people or for any one who ia debilitatcd or run down from any cause. It has certainly been of great benefit to mc, and I have known of many niarvcllous cures from ita uso in cases of Catarrh of tho throat, lungs, stomach trou? blcs, etc."?Mrs. R. M. Strause, 5125 llarlem Avenue. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is one of the greatest strength-builders and tonic stimulants known to medicine. By its invigorating effect upon thc physical and nervous forces it assists in rebuilding the weakened tissues in a gradual, healthy natural manner. It is a wonderful remedy in the prevention and curc ~~~ of consumption, pneumonia, grippe, bronchitis, coughs, colds, asthma, v malaria, low fevers and all wasting, weakened and diseascd conditions //_wv*- -vs# \s if taken as dirccted. It is invaluable-Jor overworked men, del cate '//?*y^fo< x_-_5__ women und sickly children. It strcngthens and sustains thc system,. is a promoter of health and longevity, makes the old feel young and kceps thc young strong. If ln need of advice, write Medical Department, Duffy Malt Whiskey Company, Rochester, N. Y., stating your case fully. Our doctor wlll send you advlce free, together with a valuable lllustrated medical booklet, con? taining rare common sense rules for health, which you cannot afford to bc without, and some of the many thousands of gratifying letters received from men and women in all walks of life, both old and yoiing, who have been cured and bencfited by the use of this great medicine and who con? tlnue to enjoy good health. Sold by druggists, groeers and dealers, or direct, 51.00 per large bottle. 'ST.PAOL-ST.VITUS* THAT'S ROOSEVELT t (Contlnued from. Flrst I'agc.) white Chlna silk. She was seated on the KhoUlve's rlght. On his left wa3 Colonel Roosevelt. Mlss Ethel sat with Madame Morlno. Tho conversation was carrled on rr.ostly In English. thoutrh -Ethel, tho Colonel and Mrs. Roosovelt occaslonal ly dropped into French. The luneheon was not Oriental, but entlrely Kuro pean, belng a masterpleco ot French cookery. As one-of tlie party after wards described tho affair, "It was Hko a luneheon at a fashionable hotel." The luneheon service was of beautl? ful bluo, whlte and gold norcclaln. with tho royal crown on each plece. Tho menu wa.s printed on a neat fold lns card, beoritiK on tho outsidc covei the Khedlve'.-. monoKram wlth the royal arms, lormcd of tu crown sur mounted b.v ti crescent with a drapinu of rose gold and scarlct ermlne. cen tred wlth a crescent of sllver stars.in a bluo lield. Thc conversation was general and unhamporcd. The Khedlve was particularly lnter? ested and pleased to learn tlie vle.v of Colonel Roosevelt, and Ambassador Struu.s on tho remarkable Improvement and development o? Calro sinco their last vi.slt*.. thc one twenty-soven and lhe othcr twenty-two yeara ago. . I_.-_.flH Strrniiuuh day. -\ vlslt to thc Calro Museum wlth Theodore Davis to view thc tornb of Quceu Pthi. Just oxcavated. and othor antl-iuitlos, and a dlnner and rccep tion at tho eonsulato and a Venetian fcto ut Shcphei'd's Hotel, roundqd out lhe day's proj-Tum, whleli. was a falr ly sirenuous onc._ even for Colonel Rnosev.lt. Moanwhllbi tho apprehenslon amone Kuropoans. on account dt Roosovclt'a address on Monday IsgrowinK. The mlssionarloij are particularly fearsomo and aro endeavoring to' set tho oolonol to modlfy,- his speech. Sov? eral natlvo papers aro tryins to raise troublo, Ono asks; "Is Roosovelt. a citt/son or'a.travoling .mlssionary, try ine: to raise "trouble?"- ? . Thc colonel, however, remalns tran quii. Finds Much-Wanted Man at Put nam Theatrc Mis? sion, Charles Iluyett att.i)_ed tho servlccs at Putnam'a Mission, on East Frnnklln Strect, last night, and Captain McMa hon, chief of detoctlvos, wa_i also pres? ent. It seems that they attended aor vlcos with ft. different purpose. it may turn out to bo unfortunate for H'uyett that ho entcrod the mloslon hoiinc. It may be that lt ic. fort'unate Captain McMnhon waa among tho con gregation. U all deponds upon tho Iden etich had in vlow und upon tlevol opmoiits. Anyway. tho noxt tlmo.-the two men wlll moot wlll ho heforu Jus licc Crutchnelcl.-WhO-e mission jn the world is, at least from ono polnt of view, pure!.. siceulnr. , ^_ lt. aeems tliut Iluyett is wanted, and has been wanted, by tho police for sopi tlmo ou a charge of robblng boarfllng houses. . ... Ii ts allcged that lt was hls habit to ront a room, clean tho houso and thon doimrt without lciivlng any ad ih-csti. This han been dono, tt ls elalm ccl. not once only, but many tltuos. So tt was tliat tho pollco wore usked to look for Churl.s Huyott, . und they havo been looklng l'or him ln cllvoi_ placps. Captain McMuhon got wlnd last .night' tlmt hls mun wtis mtend Ing tho Korvlcc-i ln iho Putman -Mls sion, s? hc becamo ono ot tho congro gation. After the services he accom paniod to lluyett to the first rollce Station. Thore was no cxcitement. The ser? vices went on Just as though'all wero slnncrs alike, and all wero welcome. Then lluyett and Captain McMahon rcpaired to an oarthly house of' rest, and there lluyett remained for the nlght. 1 Special tn The Tlmcs-Disnatch.l noanoke, Va., March 26.?Marriod for spite, repeatcd in a hurry, dlvorced on Frlday, wod again on Saturday. That sentenco ls the boiled down story of an eventful portlon of the llfe hlstory of Mrs. Helen Scharf-Bull-DcZouche, aged eightccn, a dainty blonde, of Bal? tlmore, who marrled here to-night tho man of hor choice, Montague DciSouche, of Montreal, Canada. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. T, .1. Ilocker, D. D.. pastor of St. Paul's Reformed Church, thls city, In the homc ot the mlnister, and was wititcsscd -by the mother of the brlde, Mrs. Robert A. Scharf, of fashlunablo Pennsylvanla Avenue, extended, Baltimorc, who ac companlod her daughter here to-day. Six months ago protty Helen Scharf was belng courtcd by young J. Bull and DeZouche. and lt Is said ln a hulT she marrled Bull to spite DcZouche: hut tho young brido noycr llved wlth hor husband, and soon 'started divorce proceedlncrs, which onded yesterday in the court's soverlng thc Gordl.an knot and releaslng Mrs. Bull from tlio man "Appetite Gone, Nerves Un strung, Sl.epleus.'Thln, Pale, Tired. "Last pprlngr my,1 "health was completely broken down. My ap? petite was gone nnd I was Jn un strung norvoua pondlt'lp^ unable to aleep. I bocame thln, pale nnd waa languld a?d tlrod all the tlme. "Hood's Sarsaparllla rea.tQred.me to perfect bealth.. It alded tHe worn out. nei'vesjof my dlgestlve organs to do their duty. and I waa once more able to eat and properly digest my food. I slept peacefully tho entlre nlght. and now* I feel new life and vitality course my velns.*. Julla C. Tlsori, 601 West Monroe St? Jacksonvllle, Fla, HoocPs Sarsaparilla I. Peouli^r to Itself. It makes people well and keops tliew . well? to whom f-he had been legally tlod. Then Mrs. Scharf-Bull pa.kcd hec wardrobe. und accompanled by lier mother, liurrlcd to Roanoke to meet | the man she had turned down a half year ago. Dc__ouchc, who is twenty [ four years old, dark skinncd and of a ["French air, has been empioyed in tho ! general ofllces of the Norfolk und i Western Railway Company,' at Roa? noke, ever slnce hls llancee marrled Bull. Thls evening, soon after the ar? rlval of Mrs. Schurf-Bull and her mother, DeZouchc appeared at thc of Hcc of tho clerk of the court and took out a marriage llcenac. The wedding followed an hour later. and everybody was happy. Mrs. Scharf will return to Baltimore. Thc DcZouehes wlll rcslde ln Roanoke. M'KXn DAY UOUSIXG VOTf-HS. Nortou Ir- Scene of I'ir.tt Skirmlab ln <<>n_:ie_.*.lui:iil FlgUt. [Special to Tho Tinies-Dlspatch.'l Nor ton, Vu., March 26.?Thls has been poll tax dav ln Norton. County Treasurer Hamilton had (wlyertlsod bc forcband thut he woul-1 *bc hero to day for the purpose of collectlng taxca. and four men?two Democrats and two Itopubllcans?havo spent most of the day scelng tho * voters and gettlntr thom to pay thelr poll tax. In order to voto thls full. Tho llrst skirmish ln tho light of Slomp and Stuart for Con? gress was here to-day. scemlngly wlth honors about even., t'nll for McetliiB of Tobacco Grovrer*. ? . [Speclal to Thc Times-Dispatsn/] Danville. Va., March 20.?A call tor a mass-ote-tlng of thc .tobacco growcrs of Vlrglnia and North Carollnu. to bo hcld In thls clty at. 12 o'clock Wednes? day, Aprll 8, has been issued by H. O. Kerns. of Sutherliris, the president ot the Mutual Protectlve Association ot Brlght Tqjjncco Orowers, und ' F... T. Moorelield, secretary. Tho meeting wlll bo hehl at thc Municipal Bulldii'*., and several inlcrosting addrcsses *.\lll be made.