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Pianola Pianos They will teli you that no ither player-pinno compares Wlth ;he Pianola Piano. And il ls true. because tlio Pianola Piano hns vltal fea lurcs that no othcr player-pinno can have. Price $450 Up Kce them or writo us. Walter D. Moses & Co., 10.1 E. Ilrond St. Oldest Muslc House ln Vlrglnla niul North Cnrnlliin. social and Personal. OCIETY wlll throng Bt. Paul-.. Church thls afternoon to wltness tlio marrlage ot Mi.-:. Martha. I.u tcso.1 Bowie, daughter ot Mrs. _abeth Halstead Bowie. to Melville npbcll Branch, which wlll be one tho Tnost brilliant and fashionable nts of the soclety year In Rlchmond, . tho beautiful old church will bo id wlth a moat distlngulshed gath ig from all parts of tlie State. Thc ir wlll bo decorated In Easter llllea h a grouping of palius about the .ncel. The coremony, which will 0 place at t, o'clock. wlll bo per med by th? Rov. Walter Russell vle, brother of tlie brlde, and Rev. jert Forsyth, rector of Ht. Paul's. 'ho brldesmald:- wlll be Misses Gcr do Ilumc, Edlth Van Santwoord. ?trude Lovell, Martha Elemlng, Mary ike Branch, Mlrlara H. Raymond rothy Clark and Marle Lcbby, ur irleston. 8, C. They wlll wear gowns yellow chlffun cloth, trimmed with d net and gold lace. and their liow wlll bo Jonqulls nnd mlgnonettc ls Mary Richardson Babbott will at <1 the brlde as maid of honor. and 1 bo gowned jn palo green chllton th, bullt over green satin, and wlll ry a- shower bouquet or Encllsh lol . lenry Stelner Branch wlll be the iom's best man. L:tt:.- Misses Loulse inch and Elisabeth Scott Wlll be vor girls, and will wear dalnty rl: ot white embroidercd mulle, and ry i'rench baakets of yollow flow The groomsmen wlll include: ssanton Conquest, Jr., Austin Frefiorlck Campbell. Frank itii Van Santwoord, of Troy. N. Y.: i Dorothy Clark, of Boston. Mass.: pS Gortruda Lovell, of Scranton, Pa.: fcs Martlia Fleming, of Harrisburg, |: Austin Branch, of Augusta. Oa.: (nry a Branch. of Bergella. Ga.: Mr il Mrs. John Kerr Branch and Miss bise Branch. or N'ow York. j lin- Woman's Club. Rev. II. D. C. Maclachlan addressed $ Woman's Club yesterday afternoon tm tho subject of ihe rellglon of ihert Browning. It was a dlscusslon a mastorfu! sub>_ct by a master's nd, and ono upon whleli crltlcs have rreed to dlsagree." Mr. Maclachlan. wlth a serles of II jtrntions from Browning's own poems *l thoso or hls contemporaries of lhe ptorlan era, gave his audlence ex tly hls conceptlon of tlie poct's God. I not a being* abstract, but concretc |d vltal. He calls Hlm the "known known." whlch to the poet was God. belleved In evolutlon and the Dar nian theory, that great things woro ,de Of llttle things. and tho llttle jings could not be explained. He !ows God's relatlon to man and iden lea Hls oneness with humanlty. and ilines the creative prlnciplo as tlie jeal, and that ideal?God. For Mr. Browning, tho, Deity was a tiowablo belng, no absentee creator, ?? somo tlme set forth by other poets ' the eighieenth century. who, having artcd tbo great mechanlsm of tlie orld Hko some. great clock, left lt to ivelop anxl run Itself, but a God that as ln tho world always, ln every star, kery worm?tlie creative power in na lre. Spenser dhtn't abnllsh gods. but put lem away in some charming spot with lenty of nectar to drink. Mr. Mac ichlan quotcd from a number of crit [s, concorning the bellef or dlsbollcf f thls, sometlmes called, greatest of hrlstlun. pools. and comoared the reat thlnkors and mlnds of hls era? his age .of doubt?when the battle ,as for tlio very exlstcnce of God and he soul. Browning belleved God to be [erpetually incarnated in man, nnd ho best In man Is love?the divine park from God's altar?nnd "God la ovo." Prolifc by It. or nbuse It as we hay; the sum remalns the same, thus he inovitahle concluslon. Ilo ls an See That Name A Snowy Whito Flour. Every particle Pure, Clean and wholosomc. For Bost Results. INSIST ON DUNLOP. The Dunlop Mills, Richmond, Va. Inflnlte solf-glver nnd Ihe unlvcrso tho theatre of His ?ctf**saerlfioe, ln conclVSlOn he imld thnt ho hnd 1 tnoroly Crlngetl upon Iho greatest re? ligious teaeliers i,r Ihat age. nnd ended wllh li plea for "hiird rendlng and 1 thinking," which Were BO faat golng out or faahlon, lu l-'liirldii. Mra, IS, A, Saunders, Sr., who, wlth her daughter. Mra, Jamea Wllllamson, haa beon spendlng threo months ln NaSSttU and tho liabamas. has roturned to Mlaml. Fla., where thov are regls terod ai iiu- Whlto Palaco Hotel, (?ntiig iiiiiuiii. Mr. ard Mrs. A. C. Cartionl. accom panled bv thelr duughtei... Mlsses Mnrv and Edith Curnenl. wlll leave thi.' mornlng for New A'ork Clly, froin which place they wlll sall for Naples They expect io rfpfind the spring and Summer travellng through Burope, re lurnlng to Amerlca somo tlme ln tho fall, t.uesl i?r Mr. nntl Mrj.. GiTntkiiiM. Mra, Fleldlng Lewls Marshall, of Wai hlngton, w now visitlng her broth? er and sister, Mr. und Mrs. W. <;. <;wai klnn, .100 Allen Avenue. havlng lefl St. Luke's Hospitnl. where she has been sovoral weeks for treatment, on Tites dny. Sulllvnn?-Evaito. ? Another weddlng to take place thls evenlng of Interest to Rlclunond so? clety ls thnt of Mls.--. Mary Corner Kvans, daughter Of Rev, and Mrs. W. E, Kvans, formerly or thls clty, now nf Blrrnlncham, Ala., to Wlllard Par? ker Sullivan. of Savannah, Ga. Tlio ceremony wlll bo performed thla even Ing at 8:30 o'clock ln the Church "f iiu Advent, Birmlngham. by the brlde'* rather. Easter iin*u and palms wlll rorm cffectlvo docoratlons for tlie al? tar and chancol. and Schubert's "Kcre nndo." wlth violln obllgato, will he plaved durlng tho rr-romony. Mlsa Sophle Meredlth, of Kichmond, wlll be the brlde's mald of honor. and wlll be gowned in pale pink 'iitin and tarrv a basket of pink prds. Raymond D. Sullivan, of Savannah, will attend hls bl other aa beat man, The brtdeamalds- Ml ?-??? Kate Mere? dlth, ot Rlc?imond; Edith Howcott, of New Orleans; Flora Orr, "f Birming linm. nnd Mary K irk patrlck, of Blr mlngham?will wear frorks of Whlte Chiffon, draped over satin, nnd wlll also carry baskets of pink flower.'. Jamea Sullivan. Fulton Tower?, AVil? llam Dunn and Dr. Walter Scott wlll l.o tho groomwmen, and Jdel Perrln, of Richmond; Carlton McKenney, of Rich? mond; Ifugh Martin and A'alentin. Nesbit, of Birmlngham, will act as ushers. Thc brlde, who wlll enter with her uncle, Trippe Beckwlth. ot New A'ork, wlll bo handsomely gowned ln ducbesa satln trlmmed wlth rare old lace. she wlll carry a bouquet or Brldo roses. 4 A small lnrormal reception will fol? low at the homo of the brlde's parents, to wlilch only tho most Intima" frietid.i of thc brlde end groom have been invitrd. Mr. and MrF. Sulllvnn wlll spend somo tlme In thc Bermudaf. and on thelr return wlll vislt frlends In Richmond for a rew days. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Wlll bo Mrs. S. C. Beckwlth, Miss Singer, Trippo Beckwlth. of New York. AV. H. Howcott; Miss Gladya Howcott. of New Orleans; Dr. and Mrs. Mfltthew Brewster, '?:' Moblle. Ala.. and Mr. and Mrs. AValter Harvey. uf A'lckibur?. Prnmllicnt jliigngenicnl. The Rlghl Rev. and Mra. Burton. of Kentucky, formerly of thls clty, announce tho engagcmetit of their daughter, Sarah Louisc, to Honry Kavanaugh Milward. of Lexington. Ky., tho marriage to bc celebrated aome time ln June. Tho announcement ls of much interof-t here, where the brlde-elect la very pr-pui._r through the former resldence of her parents. ar.d her subsequcnt vlsll friends ln e Colonlal - .- \' i asked to '..ceks. has rcturned to her home i:i New A'ork City. Attractive Tea immu. A very attractive tea room wlll be opened at the Travelei I rotectlve Association rooms, corner of Thir.i and Maln Streets, ti.i- afternoon at 4 oclock. Tho rooms wlll be pretllly ar* range,i wlth spring flowers, and a num* Thls new tea room wlll be open ever; afternoon from 4 to half aUer 6 o'clock. and wlll last through the weok. closlng Saturday afternoon. Dnlniey?Whlttle. Among- tli.- must Interestlng events in A'irginia soclety during the coming week will be tlie weddlng on Wednes? day. in Norfolk. of Miss Mary Beverley Witittlc, daughter of Captain and Mrs. William Conway '"Whlttle, to James Cabell Dabney. The cerem'ony will bo performed at" 12 o'clock noon. at the home of the hride's parents. 235 Free; mnson Street, Norfolk, ln the presence of onlv the relatives and intlmate friends' of tlie brlde and bridegroom. V wedding breakfast wlll follow the ceremony at half-past 12 o'clock. Among the out-of-town guests who wlll be presetit are Judgo Stafford P. AVhlttle. of MartlnBVllle; Walter Page. of Omaha; Dr. St. George Grlnnan, Ol RUhmond: Matthew Atkinson.--ol Bal? tlmore; Dr. and Mrs. Wllllam M. Da.b ney, ot Baltlmore; Cecll Dabney and Mlss Ma'rlan Dabney, of tho Val\?? irtuty of Virginia: Miss G. S. "Whlttle. of Richmond, and Rev. Ruflln'Jones, of Wllliarhsburg, Turnbull?Powell. Cards have been received for iho marrlago. of Mlss Matilda Ualker Powell, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. AVil? llam Powell. oi" Emporla, to Walter Turnbull, The marriage wlll take place on Thursday evening, Aprll .. at half-past 7 ..clock. at the Methodlst Church at Emporla. At (lu* V. AV. C. A. ?Vn Interestlng gathcrlng of the workers for membershlp renewals in Hie Young Woman's Chrlstlan Associa? tion will" be held at the building at S:.!0 o'clock to-nlght. The centre.'. membershlp committee is as follows: Mr** Thomas Cary Johnson. chalrman; Alrs' Carlton Jackson, vlee-presldvnt: Mrs Chllos Ferrell, "Mrs. Warner Moore, Mrs. Beverly Crump. Mrs. Charles P. Loe, Mrs. AV. S. Plleher. Mrs AV. A. Crerishaw, -Mrs. L. H. Uruer Mlss Crosc, -Aliss Welch) Mrs. Charles W. Eaton. -Mi.-s Ida Sarvay and MlSfj Sallle Marks. Tho pcrsonnel of tlie committee is represented by professlon nnd denoml nation. There aro about se.venty-fiye women on tho whole committee, in? cludlng all the workers .on thc sub commiliees, who are expected to at? tend thls meet ing to-nlght, Good music has beon provided. MeDouoiigh? Mnyo, Mlss Matilda F. Mayo. of Glouccster oouiuv, and Joseph B, Mcponough. of this clty, wero married By tbe Rov. AV. A. Laughon on Saturday, March 20,' at S P. M. In ntiil Out ot Town, Mlss Theresa Htgglns, who lins boen riuite IU at her home, 210 Governor Street, ls now slightly improved. 'Mrs. K. B, Savago and Mrs. Harvlo CaliS, of this city, are the guests of Mrs. John Antrini at the Alllnghnm apartments; Ncrrolk. Mrs. O. B. Hill ls spendlng Eastor week ns tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Slnton, at tlio Mt.Rojal apart? ments, Baltlmore, [Mrs. L F. Harmon, of AVest Mnln Streot, who has beon 111 for several months, is slowly Improvlng. John Slnton, formerly of thls city. now of Baltlmore, ls tho guest of hls parents, Mr. and Mrs, Arthiir Slnton, for tho holidays. Mlss Camp,. of Franklin, Ara,, Is the houso guost of Mlss Eudora Ramsay t'or seye'ral days thls Aveelc, .Mrs. TI, AV. Jackson l? spendlng tho Eastor holidays as Ihe guest of frlends ln Raleigh, N. C. . Mlss Mlldred Fostor, o? Alexandrla, ls visitlng fvlonds ln New Vork City for several woeks, Ml? s Elian pottglus Uaa ro.urn_d_.--.to V/ith a better understanding of the transiont nature of the many physi? cal ilb which vanish beforo proper efforts? gcntle efforts ?pleasant efforts?rightly dirccted. Thero is comfort in tho knowIcdgo that so many forms of illness aro not dua to any actual disease, but simply to a consti pated condition of tho system, v/hich tho pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Scnna, promptly romoves. That is why it is tho oniy romedy with iflillions of families, and is everywhere csteemed so highly by all who value good health. lts beneficial effects are due to tho fact that it is tho only remedy v/hich promctcs internal cleanliness, without debilitating tho organs on v/hich it acts. It is, therefore, all-im portant, in order to get its beneficial effects, to purchaso and note that you havo the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. It is pleasant and refreshing to the taste. and acts gently yet promptly on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansos the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipa? tion permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom. The great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients is not that they fail to act when a single dese is taken, but that thoy act too violently and invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiringconstantly augmented doses. Childrcn enjoy the pleasant taste and gentle action of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the ladies find it de.igh.ful and beneficial whenever a laxative remedy is needed, and business men pronounce it invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and doos not gripe nor nauseate. When buying note the name. California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package. Price, 50 cents a bottle. ier home In Alexandrla. after a vlslt o Miss Julla Cone. in Rlchmond. Mlss ,*one is now thc guest of Miss Douglas. Mlss Carrio Leo Campbell, of thls llty, is the guest of Mrs. Sanders rohnston, in Washlngton. Sho rc :eivcd with Mrs. Johnston at her at lome from 6 to S Sunday. Miss Anna Braxton. of ?Fredcricks urg, is the guest of Mrs. E. A. Robln on, nt her home, 026 'West Grace treet. Abner Trancis Dodd and Guy St-ilt ng, of tiiis city, are spendlng a f. w Inys iu Alexandrla wlth the former's tareni . Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo V. Dcdd. Mr. and Mrs. John Howard. of thls Ity, are the guests or Mrs. Ellzabeth Vilkin... ln Portsmouth. Mrs. J. P. Moore arrived ir. Ricli nond last weok, and is the r ier slster, Mrs. Ilumer, for some time. Ilcndly?..Iaroct. [Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.] Fredcricksburg, Va., March -? ?.\t. louncement is mado or the it>proach ng marriage ol :.. Qll . ,_r .'orthumbt-rland county. Va.. to Mlssi lildrcd A. Maroet. of Cambridere. Md. "he ceremony will take- olace at Ca:n irldge, April 15. Wesi?Barltar. [Spoclal toTheTime_--Dl.-pal.?:?..] Williamsburg, \'a.. Marcli 2s.?1,. T. and Mlss Ellen M. Barbar, of -ightfoot, formerly of DelSWare, were narrled here thla afternoon at thc J,-pt;.-t parsonago by Rev. G. S. Ken lard. I'lnder?I.ncke. [Speclal to The Times-DIspatch.1 Roanoke. Va., Mareh 28.? W, S. r-in c-r, of Richmond, and Miss Marie .ocke, of Roanoke, were married hero o-day. Hucy?Clark. [Special to Tlie Tlmes-Aspatcb.l Winchester, Va., Marcli _:_.?riittins ti their buggy In the uresencc of a irge gatherlng of liouso R-uests. John I. Racy and .Mlss Annle D, Clark. aughter'of Georgo Clark, members or romlnent Frcderlck county families. .?ere marrled thls afternoon on the iwn of tlio Winchester Inn bv Rcv. lenry M. Wh.lte, D. D., of the l'rcsby erian Church. UT 7. OWES FINE Itching, Scaling Scalp Humor was Maklng It All Falt Out?Two Doc? tors Could Not Stop the Trouble ? Niece Advised Using Cuticura. CURED HER SCALP AND MADE HAIR GROW AGAIN " My mother used to havo a vcry bad humor on her head which tho doctors called an eczema, and for it 1 had two different doctors. Her head was very soro and her hair nearly all fell out in spito of what they both did. Ono day her nieco camo in to seo her ond they were speaking of how hor hair v.-a.. fuliing out and tho doctors dld it no good. Sho says, 'Aunt, why don't you try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint? ment?' Mother did and they helpod her, so sho soon began bathing with tho Cuticura Soap nnd anotnting with tho Cuticura Ointment. and in sir months' timo the itching, burning and scaling of her head was over and hor hair began growing. To-dav sho fcels very muoh in debt to Cuticura Soap and Ointment for tha fino hoad of hair sho haa for an old lady seventy-four years old. " In regard to my own case, mine was an eczema something like here. It was in my feet. As soon as tho cold weather camo my feet would itch and burn and then they would crack open and bleed. Then I thought I would iloo to my mother's friends, Cuticura Soap and Cuti? cura Ointment. I did for four or fiva winters and now my feot aro as smooth asanyono's. Ellsworthl. unhara.Hiram, Me.,'Sept. 30, 190'J." What Barnum Said ol Cuticura. P. T. Barnum, the famous circus man, onco wrote: " I have had tho Cuticura Hemediea among tho contents of my medicine chest |with my shows for tbo last three seasons, and I can oheerfully eertlfy that they were very effectlvo in every caso which called for their uso." Cotnnleto Exlernal and internal Treatment for Every Humor ot lutuntj. eini-lrtii aml Atlulta can nL.t.i ot Cutioura S.ati ('__i- ) to Cleansa tne Skln. Cuticura Ointment (60c ) to Houl the Skln und Cuti? cura KeaoNcnt <!>.-?), (or ln the torni ot Chocolato Coatcd Pllil. 23o. per vlal ot 001 vo Purity the Blood, ?Sold throuiihaut thp worUl. 1'otter Drug <S_ Chtm Corii.flola Pronti, 18ft Columbus Avo , Boaton, _,|u__ o_r Mailed l-'ree, 32-dukb Cuticura Book on fl_iii PlKiSWi ___ tUclr -ii.cd., Ea.u_.u_l cal TftfutiMut. TALEOFBLRCKDOG ENTEHSIII C_S It May Prevent Re-Eniistment o Discharged Negro Soldiers. FIGURES AT BROWNSVILLE Coinpany Mascot Romps Ahca' of Men at Shooting L'p of Yillacrc. Washlngton, D. C, March 28.?Oi a big black dag mav depend the de ciMon as to whether or not any o tlie negro soldlers discharged as ? ? ?_ tho famous shootlng up o Brownsville, Tex., are to be allowci to re-enllst in the army of the Unitci States. Such a dog is said to havi bounded along ahead of the ralder who went on their death-dcaling mls slon on August IH, 1D0G. This obscurc bit of testlmony wa: brought to thc fore to-day at th. sitting of the military court of in qulry created by law to determlne 1 any ot the discharged soldlers shoulc bo permitted to re-enllst. Captait Charles It. Howland, recorder of tln cotirt, asserted that thls dog belongei to Company B, of the T.wenty-flftl Reglment, and scampored along aheac of tlie raiders, as he said, with whon It came ln daily contact. l-'or slx hours Captain Howland ad? dressed the court in summarizlng tlu testlmony of tlie Brownsville affray Tlie tenor of the recorder".". addr?_: throughout tho day was that the dis cliarged soldiers shot up the town His story of the dog was only one o the points marshaled by the army ofll? cer ln support of hls contcntion tha tho coldlers were guilty of the crlme that has been lald at the door ol cltlzens of tlie town. Talc of thc Dojr. The tale of the dog was told thc court ,when Captain Howland reaehcj tiie part of hls argument dealing wln the raid through tlie town. As thc raiders went through Cowin Alley hc recalled that Mr. and Mrs. Oilln heart: thc noise, and looking out saw a doj: leaplng along ahead of tlie men, an. thought tho men wero shootlng nt this supposed mad dog. Ho sald Mr Odin descrlbed lt as a "large black dog." "This big black dog, which has heretofore been neglected in the case,' said the recorder, "enten. into it wltl; very illumlnatlng effect, because nol a half hour before he was standing watch at the gate of the post and keeping the children out who were going homo from tlie Cowan party. ?'There are generally dogs about whero soldiers aro gathered, and Ir thls partlcular case wo find that thore was a large black dog with B Com? pany, as shown by reference lo Cap? tain Macklin's testlmony. Thc dofi whlch Mr. Odin saw and whloh ho felt was a mad dog that tiioy were tryins to shoot was merely the B Companj dog. runnlng ahead ot the soldiers with whom he camo in daily contact.' Stress was laid by the recorder or tho testlmony that the flrlng that nlghi was done by volleys. An attempt bj civilians to flre by volleys, ho contended would not havo been successful. A study of the trajectory ot' tho bul? lets flrod, as made by exports for tlu court of Inquiry, Captain .llowlam: said, demonstrnted that thero was flr ng from the porches of D and B. bar ?acks, and probably c, and much tlr ng from tho post between the barracks intl the walls. I'IGOnOUS FIGHT MADE AGAINST NEW Jl !)<_l.silll' Washington, T). C? March 28.?Sona or Jinriiii's hill to oreate au uddltionul udgo for tho Fourth Clrcult Court of \ppeals. passed hy tho Sou?i.to aml reported favorably from tho Houso rudtciary Commlttee, la meeting wlth ipn.lderablo opua^Ulon. A mlnority ?oport, wrltten b.v fteprosontntivn iVobb. of North Carolina, wlll bo niuils o-morrow, and, it Is sald, a vigproua ight against the passago Of the blll vill bo mado on tlio floor of ihe Houso, Viuong thoso sald to onnoso lt aro .oador Champ Clarke, and Mann. of ilinois. it is argued-that thore is no locesslty for such .1n,dere. TT. T_. C. B. Flght Agulust Hoiiklus. rSpeoial to Tho Tlmos-DlspiUch.'l Wushin.a.ton. D. C, Mareh 2S.?A visr irousi effort lo keon \V. T. Hopklns "rom boing ccfflflrmed us post.mantor at .awport Nows Is boing made, but. no .hnrges havo boen lllod wlth tlio Son ito Committeo on Post-OI_le.es and Pnst Roads uti lo thla tlmo. Tho ciinflrmii lion is hold up untll tlm matter can ion cnrofiilly oonsldored. Tho frlends if Hopklns say that the opposltion wlll aot amount to anything serlous. n, ei a b. _~-3s*? * ?.'sf5 ra_wa_f'- ,_J& -*?&}"'? ? *7$kA tt'lf- 4 1 ti .'_ld_..1-'_____i^ . B. Moses & Sons, Interior Decorators, WASHINGTON, D. C. (Founded 1861) <*OC_ :k> Exhibition Contlnued Until Friday Night? Daily From 1 0 A. M. to 1 0 P. M. Hotel Jefferson Auditorium / Values From $15 Up Large Persian Silk Masterpiece Value $12,500 Fine Linens and Laces, Interior Decorations, Eiectric Fixtures. Collcctors and-Connoisscurs ;w_ll find many- uniqucpieces. The public cordiaT ly invited. An opportunity to inspect some of thc finest exampies in the largest and most varied stock in thc countrv. PAUL G. GARBER, Oriental Rug Expert. J. ALBERT HOUGHTON, Interior Dccorator. The House of Life BV ELLA NVHl.EI.ER WILCOX .ill wondering and eager cyed, wlthln he-r portico, I made my plea to Hostess Life. one morning long ago. "Pray, show me this great houae of thinc, nor close a single door; But Icl uie wander where I wlll and climh from Iloor to fla For many rooms, and ourlous things. and trensures great and small, Wlthln your spaciotis mansion lle, and I vould tee thom all." Tlien Hostess Life turned silently her searcliing gazo on me, And wlth no w.ord slie reached her hand and olterod up the key. It opened first the door of Hopo, and long I lingered tiiero, Until I spied the room ot Dreams, Just higher b.v a stair. And thon a door whercon tlie ono word "Happlness" was wrlt, But when 1 tried tlio little key I could not mako lt lit. It turned the lock of Pleasure's room, whero lirst all seemed so bright, But after I liad stayed a whllo, It somewhat lost its light. And wonderlng down a lonely hall, I came upon a room Marked "Duty," and I entered lt. to lose myself in gloom. Along the shadowy wall* I groped my weary way about And found that from dull Duty's room a door of Toil led out. It led out to anothcr door, wheroon a crimson stain Made sullenly against tlie dark tho words: "Tlio Itoom of Pain." But, oh, the light: tho light! tho llght! that spilled down from above, And upward wound tlio stalfa of Faith, right to ihe towor of Love., And when I came forth from 'that place, I tried thc little key, And, lo! the door of Happlness swung open, wido and free. (Copyrlght, 1!)10. by the New York Evening- Journiil Publlshing Company.) 30 inches wide, a beautiful sheer mate? rial, that looks, lasts and launders like linen. This fabric is well adapted for cm~ broidering, the threads being especialiy durta? ble for their weights, while the crisp and lus? trous finish close ly re" sembles the more costly lin en. Sa le price per yard 15c SQUARE ?'THI. T.VI.K OF TIU. T.Vni.E." This coffoe wo recommend to you wlth our guarantee', 'Bost Q U AT-iiTY producod, Must. pleaso you or your mcvoy rofunduil. Your Orocor wlll supply you. Importers' Coffee Co., Ltd., NK.V OIU.EANS, JLA, aijirnrtaynri An Important March Sale of Tailored and Lingerie Waists jg|JH& M Extraordinary ?%lp Price Concessions $$f^g%b%^ Beautiful Summer Waists in ^j^/^^^^^M^i^S Srcat variety, and with the Tiot i^.^.^^?^^^-'vV--*\ weather coming on, this sale comes Vf^ffl^^i^^^^t 'it li\\ at aa ?PPortune time. S ^P?y%'^ ^"'^'WvlV |j ^'ou can ^cst rea*izc these re C^a' *&? ^JOnb K' -I mar'*:a'J'e values by seeing these _. r ^^i'i-'f.'.l^K'/yi ^)f Lady's Tailored Waist, a pure linen, ^ R?uV^VfS^^w2s^ uil!l P0,'krl* laundcrcd cuffs and collar. ?V--A.-^H^|^^3K Regular S1.50 Waists; spc- fl?1 OC _.Lg^^^'^Xt^^'^-MM^** Lingerie Waist made of sheer lawn, Jr ^S^^\,'^'W^^m pointcd yoke in front of Val. and Swiss ?*. ?? -i/!-.'--/|1.'J!' ' tnedallions, back and sleeves <P*| CA lace trimmed; special. _P1 ?t)U Lady's Waist of fine lingerie cloth, front claboratcly trimmed with Ger? man Val und baby Irish insertion, back and sleeves tucked and fi? 1 QQ lace trimmed; special. u)l ..JCj Waist of line lingerie cloth, pointcd yoke in front of large Swiss nutdallions and German Val. insertion, Val. insertion in <PO OC back and sleeves; special. tpfiwbD Fine Lingerie Waist, hand-cmbroidered front, back and (PO QQ sleeves, tucked lace trimmed collar and cuffs; special. tP^? _70 Lingerie Waist, yoko front, trimmed with German Val., baby Irish insertions and line mcdallions, baby Irish insertions on back and (P*> Qft sleeves; special. f^tJo j/O Don't Forget the ig The Pitts Furniture Co., 1429 Eaat Main Strect 313 East Broad Street To See Right SEE US? WE LEAD Others Follow $5.00 Glasses for $1.75. Examination FREE. Hundrcds of tcs tmonials from all ovor the State. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY, No. 607 E. Broad Street. Over May's Shoe Store. J. B. MOSBY & CO., Inc, DKALERS IN Dry Goods and Notions 15 and 17 West Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. Sutherland & Cherry, .Tho llttlo storo on tho wrong sklu of tho streot, 310 East Broad Household goods nml chlna pack? ed aml shipped on short notice. .Upholstering. Sydnor & Hundley jL Bromra's, better than * auy other "best"?worth W more in every way?yet y the price is no higher. t For the Joy Riders Tyler's Complete Assortment Spring; and Summor Auto Coats. HAVE YOU SEEN THE Hew Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit & Co.'s?