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ersonal Tli 10 oponlng of tho vre.eK und Ihe season ivas fully anu puuutjfully siti.'-.tMlm d last night. Iil thn dbbllt tecuptlon and d&TlCU m which Mr. nnd Mrs. Isnuc DavehipUn, tnlro duced tholr nelce, Mlss lOllxabeth Ilnr grave, to tho soclety woria 01 Ftlcn? mond, Tho hall and foyer of Magunlu Ti-in plc were trnnsformed for tne evening hy tha nld of orlental rugs, iiunglngs. soi'a.) and apftly-anaded lamps into an envlronrnent agnliihl whlch tne oivginit evening guwnB and Je.wela of guosti showed to the hahd8ornosi possiuio ad vantage, palrns were groripa'ti riere and thero, and, (ntertwlned wivn fos loons of runnltic eedar and ;-oaiiieiu Bmllaxi waa tho brllllant crlrnsoh glow of polnsoitla blossonis. In thr. dinlng room tt. profuslon of plnk rose.M and earqaiions, tooic the place or tho pojnaottlae, Baskcta iiobl ing ahbwera of the roses bccupien the i-eiitres of tho tables, and bbutoriute'rei of little roses and apraya of inies of tho valloy lay ueslde tho covef*. Mr. and Mr?. Davonport stooa to? gether to reeelvf thelr grueata. nirs, Davenport was gowned iu-loveiy .?li| black laco over gold-cotored satln. ii'-r Jewels wero opals and dlamonos In The most important item in your 10 kitchen is Flour. Why not have the best? | P Tell your groccr you want DUNLOP j l FLOUR, for that is the best flour at any 1, price. Made in Richmond. Used for Generatione. Sold on 4 Contincnts mD^mmmmmmi !') J. B. Mosby & Co. "Just for Friday" Specialsi throughout the house. HAVE VOU SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit &Co.'s? A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf "The best bread you ever tasted." V.'rapped ln waxed paper?not touch ?d by human hands until lt ia served on your table. Bc. ot Your Croeer'a. 4MEIUCA>f BltEAI) AND II VKIXG CO, 8, H. 10. IU E. Lfiarh Street. EALTH for you On Solid Foundation Results Gu'aranteed Ask Your Druggist Ladies' $3 High-Cut Shoes Gun metal and patcnt colt. $2 Porter's Speciaity Shoe Store, 215-217 North Fifth Street. Sutherland & Cherry Special?Odds and ends ln Furnlture, Iron Beds, Mattlnge, Stoves, etc. Cheap le closo them our. 310 EAST BROAD WE HAVE IT IF ITS MADE OF LEATHER. THE ROUNTREE LEATHER SHOP, 703 East Broad Street. Buy Your Thanksgiving Fur> rtiture Now Greateet stock in South. Sydnor & Hundley, Inc, 700-11-13 East Broad. Furnlture for Home BeautUui. THE BEST BV EVERY TEST d(Q_^%cmiryY6^ DacJics' Block Initial Hand Kcrchi-f_j warrantcrl all pure lincii* special, per CA^ dozen. Dl/C iroly untlqnn aettlngs, and her now r? Goldop Gato roses. Mlss llargravc borc her honora with raoeful sclf-posueasion and eaac. fcTio ?iirr: the dehutante's own color, junk, i soft -satln velled wlth ch'ffon inat ?as elatiorately ombroltlered In gold , nd pink rosoa. A charmlng detau of '? br COBtumo was her nooegay of pinit. iosb r'os-buda, carrled tn the jcweied ouquet-ttolder that had gone, in nefj ejjehood, ty dunces and recepuons *lth .Mr. Davenport'a mother. I '? rtatnly nd young glrl at tho eere-? lony of her prcsentatl.n could have fictilved or dcaired anythlng mor? iian fell to the lot of Mlsa ilnrgrave ist night. oel'U I'vnil of .\orfolk. The social event of the week ln Nor )th thlH week will bp the wedding on aturday of Mlas Ethel Kcynolds to aibot Truxton. Mr*. l_ouis Maxfieiu ave a prcnuptlul luncheon at tno ountry Club Tuesday ln honor ot li?_ Reynolds. Tabic decoratlona wero 1 I_u. Prance roses, und candlea were hadefl in green and sllver. Covers were lald for slx, and Mrs. ia.xfield's guests were: Mlss Iteynolos, irs. Charles Mclntoah Tunstall. Mlas ornclia Truxtun, Mrs. Junlus Willcox nd Mrs. Ucynolds Hayden. he O-blit of Mlax Tnft. Miss Holen Taft made her debut at White Houso tea glven by Mra. Tatt esterdey afternoon from 5 to 7, ln lioosing thls method of bringlng out er daughter, Mra. Taft has followeu bo strlctly Amerlcan custom, and has dhered to it in every way, encourag ig her daughter ln rningllng frecly ?i'.ii the young glrls of Washlngton oclety, offlclal and otherwiae, wlth -'born ahe has been assoclated from hc tlme she waa a very young gln ii short frocits and Interested only In er school affair:-. ler -operb Hriilnl Glfta. At the wedding ln St. Thomas hurch. Waahington, yesterday at noon f Misa liloanor .Terry, daughter of tear-Admlral and Mra. Silaa W. Terry, o JLieutenant Flllppo Camporio, of the oyal Itallan navy, the brlde wore a ice veil sent her by her husband's rother, and worn by generatlons of rliles ln thal mother's famlly. A plendld rope of pearls and two splen Id riiamond pendants worn by her rere lllcewiso gifts from the brlde room and his people. The brltlc Is extremely popular tnong the navy aet of Washington, ,'hero lho has chiefly lived. She went broad and traveled, around the world rlth her father and other members of ler famlly after her father's retlre m-nt from the navy. ? She and Lleutenant Camperio Wlll ail shortly for Italy. where they wlll mve their nome. irNon?Mnrtln. Tbe wedding of Mlss I__>na Victorla Iartln to Carl Wllllam Nelson took dace quletly in Washington Wednes lay. November 30. lue_t_ or mih* Mr.Tii.r. Miss Annle Bid?ood, of Petersburg; illss Marguerlte Petty. of Lynchburg; -ias Bessie Rlce. of I_mporia, and Mrs. iarlowe Davis. of Montgomery, W. Va-. v??re the guests of Miss Daisy Meador ast week. tettirneil to the (Hy. VV*. L. Prince, prlncipal of Rlchmond U '. my, who has been absent from the ity for several months at hls country lome in Princeas Anne county. where ic was iil from typhoid fever. has re rbvered and rcturned to Rlchmond. He md hla famlly are at 2410 Grove Ave iub for the wlnter. -onltcr? Unber. The wedding of Miss Lottie Baber. ot ?Won, Va., to Thomas C'oulter, of New i'ork, wus celebrated early Wednesday norning, the brlde and groom leaving n tiie afternoon for Nev.- York, where :he\- will reatdc perm.nently after an ?xtended bridal trlp. licpt Sllver Wetldlug Uay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Read, of Newport S'cwh, celebrated their silver wedding innlversary Tuesday at their home iu s'ewport News. a eilver lovlng cup wns presenterl to Mr. Read by hls friends in Newport News as a token of their csteem aud also in celebration of iiis new tltle of collector. Mrs. Read received a bcautlful wreath of orange Wossoms from friends in Callfornia. _uar_ser-e?l .\_oounccd. The engagemenf is announced of Miss Ethel McMaster Worrell, daughter ol Mrs. James Richard Worrell. of Nor? folk, Va., to Charles Jackson Pannlll. The marrlage will take placo Saturday, December 10, ot half-past 7 o'clock in the mornlng, at Chrlsr. Church Chapel, in Ghent, Norfolk. Iu Honor of MInk Branch. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn IC. Branch have Issued Invitations for a Japanese cotil lion, to be glven on the evening ol December 15, ln Masonic Temple. ili honor of their daughter, Mlss _aydc Branch. \\ llU.TKoii?Allen, Tlio marrlage of Miss Mlrlam Bran nock Allen, tho popular and auractivc young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W O Allen. of"'Granite, Va.. to Clarence Thornton Wilkerson, of thls city, was solemnized in Washlngton, D. C, 01; Novomber 10. After tho marrlage cere monv, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilkerson vialteii rilatlves ln Baltlmore, returnlng tc tlils clty on Novomber 25, and are at home to their friends at 2SI- East Broad Streot. I.cuxeH '?Ciialle Hill,'' "Castle Hill," in Albemarle county the resldehco of the late Colonel Al? fred Landoh Rives. has been leased tt Freueriek Soars, Jr., of Boston. Mr Sears has been a frequent vlsltor lr Richmond. ln and Out ot Tonn. Mlss Lucy Ford Wortham leaves thii week to be the guest of Mlss Loulli Johnston, of Norfolk. Mlss Landonla Broclc has returnet from Philadelphla, where she went t< wltness the Army and Navy footbal game, and ls with her aunt. Mlsa Wll kins, at -15 East Franklln Street. Miss Frankio McKlnney. daughter o former Governor McKlnney, who spen last wlnter in Richmond, ls now th' guest of the Mlasea Schmelz, in Hamp ton, Va, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Astrop, of Surry Va., and son, Robert Ptandolph. of Ran dolph-Macon College, passed througl Richmond Wednesday. Dr. and Mr-' Astrop were on their way from Flu vanna horne. Robert, who had spen Thanksgiving with thom at Mr: Astrop's old homo in Fluvanpa, re turned to collogo. Mlss Ethol Tyler, of Cleveland, Ohic is vlsltlng her aunt, Mrs. D. C, Zolllc kolXer, on Grove Avenue. Lcslle Young and famlly wlll retur to Rlchmond on Hoeember 3 and OC oupy Mrs. T, A. Norrls's" furnlshe1 apartment, 2120 Grove Avenuo, for th wlnter. Mlaa Grlzollo Mullen, nf Peteisburij who has been the guest of Mlas Sophl Nash, ln PdteMburfr, ln now vlMtlwj Mrs. lyanr I.txy, ln Newport News, Vn. Mrs. Molllfl Voting and Mrs. Fannlc NUnnftJly. who have been the guests of nichmond relatlves and frlends, havo returned home. t Mr. and Mrs, riarton Myers. of Nor? folk, gave a beautiful dinner last Tues day evening to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Onvis and Mlss Deliorn.li Whlte, of Charlottesvllle, Mrs. Davis wns a No? vember bride, being before her mar rlage Mlss Amy Walpole, of Charlottes? vllle. D, Keniper ICellogg has been m re? cent visltor ln the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Palnter, of Pulaskl. F. C. Moon, Mlss Florenr-e Moon and Mlss Mlnor, ot the Woman's College,', Lynchburg, have rfturnc-d homo after j a dellghtful vlBlt to Richmond iriends. Mr. and Mra. F. II. Kstes, of 3311 Grovc Avenue, r'-turnerl this week from a vislt to Mr. Bstel'S tnoihcr, Mrs. Mol Iio Kstes, of Spotaylvahla county. They were giieaia also ln the homo of Mrs. F.. M. Waller nnrl lu that of T. A. Har? ris, at Hpotsylvanla Courthouee Mr. and Mrs. Donald MIrrlelce,", tho latter formerly Mlss Mary Fangborn, of Baltlmore, whose marriage took placo in Soptember and who spent thelr hon eyinoon at Fasture Wood, the beautiful place ln Fnslsnd of Slr Frederlck ond Lady Mlrrlelecs, the father and mother of the hrldegroom, have recently been vlsltlng Lady Currle, the hrldegroem's grandmothor, at Oarth Castle, her place in Scotland. Mr, and Mrs. Mlrrlelees F1 Ran Over Bodies, Too. Dry and Very Crusty?Used Cuticura and Did No MoreScratching, Eczema Disappeared in 6 Weeks. ? Now More Than Two Years Ago and No Sign of Trouble Has Returned. -? i "My two children suflered from an ttffection of the face and. hands. It started flrst with little red spots ?which afterwards got bigger until thev were the eize of flve cent plecea. The outside be? came dry and very crusty. Tho rash on their faces was awful and afterwards it ran over the body, too. "I had a doctor for them but he could not help. Then I read of the Cuticura Remediea. As I am a chemist, bavln* served my apprenticeship in Germany, I did not have much conndence in thom. Yet I was soon taught somethlng better, for after I used Cuticura Soap. Olntment and Resolvent the flrst time the children felt verv well and did no more scratcb ing. Tnen the eczema became dry and er.tirely disappeared after about slx ?weeks'' treatment. This is now more than two years ago and no sign of the trouble has returned, therefore I can recommend the Cuticura Remediea ?without reserve to all people who are rufferinu with eczema. "William Grelek, 74 Douglas St., Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 10,1910." Cuttrora Soap (25c), CuMeuri Olntment (J0c> ?.nd Cuticura Renolvent <60c.) or Cuticura Ptlta itSr.l ?rc aol?J Uirnucnout the world. Potter Drnf t CTieni. Corp.. Sole Propa., Boaton. Maai. au-llanetf frca. 32-pase B>oak oo SSln Uumon. JUST FOR LADIES HARPER MODHET Shampooing Scalp Treatment Manicuring Call Madison 4902 MASCARO TONIQUE BEST FOR THE HAIR ? Appliedvwithout extra charge at all HARPER METHOD OFFICES Branches In All Cities MRS. S. K. BACK 219 N. First Street "A guaranteed remedy for every ail ment." The little Rexall booklet, cn titled "Blue Line to Health," explains it. Write for a copy. It's free. POLK MILLER'S The %*?$l Store Kichraond, Va. This May Manton Shoe in all Leathers Parrish Bros. 21 W. Broad The Hydro Electric Power Corporation offers power inducements to manufao turers who wlll locate ln Emporia. Wrlte for partleulars. W. F. DEJAIi, See'y-Treas., __ Emporln, Va. $100,000 Fumiture Sale NOW ON JURGENS' Entire stock reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. PAMCEA Mineral Spsing Water Xs Stoclted in illlchmood by Owens i Mlnor Drue Co. PANACEA SPRING CO., aU&Ueton, N? & Automobile Hoods Auto Hoods, in wool or mcrccr ized, the latest creation for wo? man's comfort, Btiitablo for auto, golf, skating and any outdoor sport. These come in all shades. The Mercerized ones for.$2.48 The Woolen ones for.S1.98 wlll later go to the Contlncnt, and or thelr return will occupy |n ihe early apring Goddords, thelr own Iio'ihc Ir Surrey, near Pasture Wood, England whlch ls bclng rearranged and newl> furnished for them. Mrs. Swanson, wlfe ot Senator Swan. son, of Vlrglnla, left Eldon, her coun? try homo, near Chatham, for Washlng? ton, and for the next few days will be the guest Of Mrs. George T. Marye On the arrlval of Senator Swanson thej v/lll open the residence Hll Slxteentr. Street, whlch they have leased for tht season. A new play, 13 be given during next Easter season by the famous l'alnt anc Powder Club, of Baltlmore, will b< called "The Girl From Parla." Invitations have been issued to tht Oilrd annual assembly, which wlll be given. January 6 ln the ballroom of the Belvcdere, Baltlmore, Md. Thls ball whlch has now come to bc an estab llshed fact, ls by far the most cxcluslve and reprcsentatlve functlon of Baltl? more soclety and the handcomest even of the winter. It ls arranged hy i committee of women who rcpresent tht llneage, wealth, fashlon and cultnre o modern Baltlmore. Wlth tiiem art assoclated a number of men ln tht- satni walks of life, who wlll asslst ln niaklnj the ball the same brllllant success t has proved for the past two years. Mrs. Stllson Hutchlns. formerly a res ident of ltlchmond. who returned t< "Washington, was liostess at a dlnne: Tucsday evening and at a tlieatro part: afterward ln honor of Mrae. Meyer d Camperio, Wlfe of Signor Albert< Meyer and slster of Lleutenant Carn perlo, who was ln Washlngton for thi wedding of her brother and Mlss Elea nor Terry yesterday at noon. Mrs Hutchins's other guests were Mr. am Mrs. Lee PhllHps, Mlss Mlrlam Crosby Robert Lee Keeling, brother of th' liostess, and Davld Stewart, of Balti more. The party occupled a box a the Natlonal Theatrc. Mlss Salllc Uolladay, of Portsmout! entertalned a number of her frlends a tea Wednesday afternoon at her hom on Dinwlddle Street. Miss Holladaj who Is the slster of Waller Hollada: Richmond, has frequently vlslted her in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Wllliai II. McCarthy. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Mordecai, foi merly of Baltlmore, who for seven years have been llving in Kngland, hav closed.Ovenden House. their beautlfi I home ln Kent. near Seven Oaks, an have gone to Indla to 3pend the winte Wrhlle in. Calcutta they will be entei tained by Vlscount Hardinge. the new ly appolnted Vlceroy, and Lady Harc Inge, who are Intlmate frlends. M and Mrs. Mordecai have a most delight ful position in Brltlsh soclety and a? constantly entertalnlng and being er tertalned. Mrs. Mordecai is also know for her literary abllity, and has wri ten severai books whlch are ln vogt ln England. Mr. and Mrs. Mordoc; are closcly related to the Vlrginia ar Richmond family of theiv name. Dratne?Crump. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Walkerton, Va., December 1.?Mi: pah Church. Walkerton, was the scer ot a beautiful wedding on Wedne: day, when Miss Nannio Crump, daugl ter of Mrs. EUa Crump. and Dav Draine were married, the ceremor being performed by Rev. E. O. Helsi beck. pastor of-'Smyrna Church. The church was decorated ln eve grcens and chrysanthemums. Tl bride entered with her brother, Jor Ci-ump. She was preceded by h< slster, Mrs. Andrew Bowen, as matrc of honor. The ushers were Ben Wa ker. Malcolm Burke, Robert Dew ar Clvde Vauirhan. Mr. Draine had i hls best man his brother, 01iv< Draine. Miss Lou Fleet presided i the organ. aJmmodlately after the ceremony M and Mrs. Draine left for a trlp Nort On thelr return they will reslde i Scottsville. . n4h ?' ? i Gvrnltney?Womble. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Suffolk, Va., December 1.?Pembrol D Owaltney. Sr., the peanut maftna of Smlthlleld, and Mlss Mattlo Wor blo. formerly of Isle of Wlght count but recently of Vlrglnla Beach, we at t o'clock thls afternoon marrl" wlthout ostentation aX tho home of tl bride's slster, Mrs. F. Edward Delk, Suffolk, by Dr. T. S. Dunaway, Smlthfleld. Only relatlves and intima frlends wero invited. The decoratlo; wereof palms and autumn leaves. Tl bride's slster, Miss Evera Womble. Virginia Beach, was made of honc Fred Roudolph, of Smithfleld, was be man. Mr. and Mrs. Gwaltney left f a long Southern honeymoon. ,-__- . - A Surprlse Wedding. [Special to Tho Times-Dlspatch.l Wadesboro. N. C, Dec'embor 1.? surprlse wedding took place at tl Baptist parsonage yesterday afternoi at 5 o'clock, when Miss Vlolet Ra cliffe was married to A. C. Watso Rov. T. W. Chambllss performed t: ceremony. Miss Ratcliffe ls the daug ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar.ence natclifi of Ansonvllle. Mr. Watson ls fro Madlson, N. C and ls connected wi the Atlantlc Coast Llne at Morven. Wrleht?Pnrr. [Special to The Tlines-Dlspateh.] Pi-edoricksburg, Va.. Decomber t. Edward Wrlght aud Mlss Parr. daug ter of Mr. and Mrs. Parr, of Car llne county, wero married yosterd; at the homo of the bride's parents, that county. ....... ? i. i .. Bell?Corlty. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J Frederlcksburg. Va., December 1. Benjamin Ball and Mlss Fannle CarH both of Stafford county, came he and went to the Methodist parsona ln this clty, and wero married by R< J. R. Jacobs. TWO THAJNS IN COI,M8lO.\. Aoeideiit Causetl by Failure ot plusnu to Do HIh Duty. [Spoolal to The Tlmes-Dtspatoh.J Brlstol, Va., December 1,?Two hoa type locomotlves ware badly damagi the front end of one being.crushed and three cars domollshed, as tho ? sulf of a colllslon between fretg tralns near Mendota,. on the Vlrgli and Southwostotn Rallway to-day. Engineer J, T. Rogers ha(t ona 1 Injured, and waa otherwlse sllgrr hurt by Jumping. Tnilllc was tled for s!\ hours. Tha ofllclals attrlbuto the wreck .JJtut Iftllu.ce ot ft' llaamatt-.tftvao, hlft du I I T Al WAKE FOREST Monument Erectcd to Confed cratc Dead of Franklin County. [Gpeclal to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Rocky Mount, Va., December 1.?-The | monument to the Contcderate dead of , Franklln county was unveiled to-day In the presence of between 700 or 800 people. The Inclement weather Interferrcd somewhnt Hnd the attend* ance wns Hiualler tlian was expected., Thero wero probably 125 voterans present, with the local ehapter of u. D. C. and tho camp ot Hons of Voter- ' aus. Tho voterans, hended by a brtnd. and followed by the V. D. C.'s nnd Sons of Voterans, formed at the Nor? folk nnd Western depot and marched to tho courthouse, where Hon. E. W. Saunders Introduced tho speaker of tho occaslon, Hon. Sanjuel W. Wll llams, Attorney-General of vlrginia. i Hc mado an cloquent speech, belittlng the occaslon. At the conclusion of Mr, Wllllams's speech, the unvelllng ceremonleg took place, and after tliat the vetorans were marched to the old Gaston House, whero a sumptuous dlnner was Berved, ; The monument Is located ln a com mandlng posltlon in the northwest corner of tlio courthouso squara. It is | of North Carolina granlte, nlneteen ' feet hlgh. surmounted by a marblo j ilgure from Italy, reprcsentlng a Con- ! federate Infantrynia-n at rest, with j hls gun by hls slde. The flgure ls slx I feet ln height. On the baso of the monument is "1S61-1SC5" lu large ttg uros; on one slde a list of the tlfteen companies that went from Franklin, and on another slde. "Erected by Jubal Early Chapter, U. D. C, and R. H. Fishburne jolntly." CLAIMS MANY VOTERS ILLEGALLY REGISTERED ?e_aatlonnl CtaarRe Made by Counsel of Lynchburg Antl-Suloon League, [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. I Lynchburg. Va.. December 1.?In connectlon wlth the intense interest here in the approaching local option election, the city is enjoylng a sensa tlon as the result of the charge that upwards of 400 votera have been placcd upon the registration books durlng the present year In an uncon stltutlonal manner. For tho lirst tlme to-day, slnce the statement was made Monday night by Rev. J. B. McAllIster, general secretary of the Virginia Antl Saloon Leugue. when he was intro- | duclng Congressman Glass at a "dry" rally, tbe charge ls explained this af? ternoon ln an Interview glven out hy George E. Caskle, cousel for tho local league. It is clatmed tliat about -100 new votors have been lllegally regls tered ln thls clty; that they were not required to make a wrltten application ' for registration, as ls required by tho j State law. Only one of tha elght reg- I istrars of the city, lt ls clalmed, has complled with thls provlsion. hencc, lt j is asserted these voters are not duly | reglstered. At the same tlme. Attor- i ney Caskle takes the ground that there is no way provided by law to purgt the books, clalmlng the only thlng is to challenge the new voters on elec- i tion day, and thus lay the ground for a contest. should the "wets" suc ceed ln votlng the soloon back to the clty. It ls belleved here that this same disregard foj- the law has beon general ovor Vlrginia. aincc the now rcglino went Into effect January, 1004. HEILXDON MEHCIIAXTS CLAIM DISCHIMIXATION [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Waslilngton. D. C December 1.?The Chamber of Cornmerce of Herndon has asked the Washington Board of Trado to flnd reliof for Herndon merchants from what aro clalmed to be dlscrlm inatory freight rates between thls city and Herndon. The request was referred to the pub- . Ho transportation commlttee, antl ln turn referred back to tho secretary's offlce wlth tho recommendation that tho suggestion be made to tho Hern? don Chamber that rellef be sought through the Interst3te Cornmerce Com? mlsslon by fillng a complalnt. Herndon merchants complain that. although they would llke to do busl? ness wlth Washlngton houses. they f It shofely is $ood aad it's _*ood all the time in titt The Reily Taylor Co, NEYV ORLEANS. U_.A.f ^rtlsttc 3ewdry Ifticb ?ut <5la55 Sterling Silverwara lUustr-tiom M- Pricci Furoiihe- on Requeit. all 3? -6to. XSTABUSHED OVER A CENTURY ] Jewellert, Silversmiths, Sutionen WASHINGTON, D. C PITTS FURNITURE COMPANY SPECIAL SALE 142D E. Main St. 117 W. Broad St. A graceful, well made, atylish shoe?and for comfort there'a nothing like these LOW HEEL. Patricians. Cravenettes, luckskin, Pat. Leather, Calfskin, r Elegant Holiday Gifts At Lowest Prices As our city advances in population and wealth we find the demand for goods of finer quality and of more artistic deeign increases. We have, therefore, made our selections for the ap? proaching holldays to meet these conditions, and very cordially invite an inBpection of the largest and most elegant assortment of Dlamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Tollet Arti? cles, Gold and Silver Novelties, &Q. to be found in the South. An early visit to our store insures a full and complete assortment, and any article selected will be held for future delivery. THE NOWLAN COMPANY Leading Jewelers, 921 East Main Street. cannot do so by reason of dtscrlmtna tory rates from thls city. The Board of Trado. through Its transportatlon commlttee. thinks lt ls not ln a posltlon to help tho situation. and suggests that Washington's would-be customers apply dlrect to the Interstate Cornmerce Commlsslon. P. H. McG. MURDERER SBNTE.YOEO. Plnk Mebaue to De Elcctrocutcd?One Xcgro Kllla Another. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Chatham. Va., December 1.?In Pltt sylvanla County Clrcult Court thla week Plnk Mebane, colored. for mur derlng his wlfe. was rofused a new trial and was senteneed to be electro cuted on Frlday, Fobruary 10, 1911. When glven permlsslon to speak ln hls behalf Mebane stated that he was brought to his fato ln trying to make his own famlly Uve right, and more than onca mentioned the fact of hls son being kllled ln Danville Tuesday night, stating that thls son was tho cattso of all hls troublo. Sunday night, near Pullens. Will An? derson. colored. was so severly cut by Jim Cook that death resttlted Monday night. Tho negroes had been drinking ifreely and a quarrel ensued. Jim Cook has been remanded to Jall to awalt action of tho grand jury at the next regular term of Clrcult Court, which will be on the third Monday in January. Tobacco sales have been very good thla week and prices good, planters ln most Instances being pleased wlth prices received. Dr. W. A. Brumfleld. working under tha Rockcfeller Commiaslon. through tho State Board of Health, for exter mlnatlon of the hookworm. lectured in the Opera House on the work ln which he ls now engaged Monday and Tues? day nights. illustrating hls work wlth storeoptloon views. ?? PLAINTIFF GETS 97,000 FOR LOSS OF AN ARM TSpeclal to Tho Tlmes-Diepatch.] Staunton, Va., December 1.?In tho Clrcult Court, in the trial of Soul vs. Allrginla Portland Cement Company, of .ordwtck. tho plalntiff secured a verdlct for $7,000 for the loss of an arm whlle in tho employ of the com? pany. Thls was the third trlal. He flrst secured a vordlct for $5,000, whloh was set asido; then for $6,000, whloh tho Court of Appeals roveraed. remand Ing the caae. Now the verdlct ia for $7,000. Not ? Canfltdate for Speaker. CSpeolal to The Times-Dispatch.] Brlatol. Tenn.. December 1.?Fonper Governor John I. Cox, recently elected to the State Senate from upper Eaat Tennessee. although mentioned for the sponkershlp. a posltlon which he hold prior to being promoted to the govern arship, states that ho wlll not be- a cundidato for tlio speakershlp thia tlme, although hls factlon of the Dem? ocratic party haa a majorlty and wlll organize tho uppar houso. i.i..i ? i-. New Hoapltnl Proponed. tSpecial to TheTlmes-Diapatch.] Bristol. Va., Deaember l.?An agree mont lias been reached between tho owners of fit. 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