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Vanitics, Etuc Holdcrs and Eycbrow Pcncils, CA_ now. OUC In any finish, ?old, silver or gunmetal. ____j_-V' laT\ Jma.?'!.ii Social and Personal MISS PATTY MILLER, of Hunllng ton, W. Va? ls the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moncure at thelr homo on AVcst OraCO Street for Beveral weeks. Mlss Miller spent some tlmo here last summer as the guest ot hor? grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. fi. Tinsley, at "Plcfiuenocrpie," thelr home just outside of town. A great deal or entertainlng' was done for Mlss Miller during her nt_y in Richmond last .luly, and she was a member of a very on Joyable molor party through Now Eng? land later ln the summer. At Hultlmore Card Pnrty. Mlsa Acheson, of thls city, was among the guests at a very attractlve ' card party given AVednesday nfternoon In Baltlmore by Mrs. ... Sands, ln her apartments at the 8t. P&ul. The room- were arranged in American Beaut/roses. and tea was served after tho game. Mrs. Sands's guests were Meadames S. C. Iloppcr, XV. Lee Carcy, Edgar Thompson. Richard Prlce, Charles Bevan. Ltndsay, George Coch ran, E. C. AVllaon. Harry Prlce, Hurry J'rlmrose, William Noltlng. Braekcn rldge, J. IX. Smlth! Albert Marburg, .Ward, Mlas Ellzabeth AVebb and Mlss ,Acheson, of Richmond. Of IntrrrNl Here. The AVashlngton Tlmes of Wcdnc~-ay .contalna the following: "Mlss Katharino Ualngerfiold, daugh? ter of tho late Henry Dalnllerlleld, ot ^Vicxandrla, Va., and Mrs. Daingertteld, ,'pnd .Carroll AA.lson PaHln. of Baltlmore, ;wer. married at noon to-day ln Trlnlty Cathollc Church, Georgetown, Rev. John [A. Conway, of Georgetown Unlverslty, ej-l-iating. 1 "The bride, who was given ln mar? riage by her brother, J. H. Barbour DiiifepFloui ; ?______-* tf; r'i:bt.uv j? This Over The difference between a good flour and a bad flour is easily determined by comparison, yet the one proven to be good is still inferior to Dunlop Flour. Made in Richmond. Used for Generation.. Sold on 4 Continents. Th_vDunlop Mills; RicKmcindlVa: Sutherland & Cherry Special?Odds and ends ln Furniture, Iron Bods, Mattings, Stoves, etc. Cheap jc close them our. 810 EAST BROAD Gooa as tbe Name. Virginia Made. F. W. Dabney & Co. Try a Pair To-Day * . __-_?=? $100,000 Furniture Sale NOW ON JURGENS' Entire stock reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. This May Manton Shoe in all Leathers Parrish Bros. 21 W. Broad Bates' Street Shirts PANACEA Mineral Spring Water Is Stocked ln iMelmioud bv Owens & Minor Drug Co. PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton. N. C, >--^-M_-_w_-___---w_-_. i ? mmmmm^mmmm J. B. Mosby & Co. "Just for Friday" specials to day. BevSt we've had this season. i .TOTAME-I-AN AKn?El-lO__W AVO-DB THE BEST _.'-ilI_l-!_v^caL(pf='jg Dalngcrfleld, wore a handsoine tailored I suit nf hluc votvet, wilh a whlto beaver i iofl 110 and n oorsagu botlipiot of violets j nnd gnrrit-uliis. Rulclgh C. Thomas, ot j ilHlUmore, nelod us best mnn for Mr. Riisln, Tlio" brltlo wns unattendcd. 'Only ii sninll party of relatlves -md j a few Intlniatc frlcndn wero present at the ef-reniony. Iniinodlately afterward .Mr. and Mrs'. Rasln left Wnahlnglou for , their brldal trlp. After January 1 they Wlll resldc al. 101.1 Nortli Calvert Street, Bnlilmoro. "Tlio brlde of to-day inade her debut: ln Washlngton a few years ago, and j since then has spent most of her time In Baltlmore as tho guest nf her aunt, I Mr.-. Goorge C. Jchklne, nnd her cousln, Mra. llul Parr. Sho Ih an nxeeedlngly attractlve and accompllshr-d young wo- ; man and him traveled cxtenslvely. Thc DnlngerfU-Ids aro among tho oldest fain ille-i ln Virginia. On her mother's slde the brlde ls relatcd to prominent Mary-J land fumllles. Mrs. Dalngorfleld, who wa-i formerly Mlss Virginia Key, makes her home Ih Washlngton, at the Marl borough." ? Iiaiiiunn?Rnten. Upper King and Queen Baptist Church was thc scene of a be-iutlful marrlaKO Wednesday al noon. when Mlss Mary Richardson Batos, of New ton. Va., becimt) the brlde of Wllllam Holmes Chapman, of Mngnet. Tho his torl;: old church was nrtistlcally deco? rated in overgieens and ferns, and flev. Andrew Broaddus porformed the ceremony. Charles Garnett. of Rlch? mond, presided at the organ nnd played the wedding marches. The brlde, who was glven away by her brother, Dr. Bobley D. Bates, wore a h'-indsomo gown of Ivory satln, em? broidered in pearls, and a creacent of pearls held her long tulle veil In place. She carrled a copy of the "Marrlage Vow," bound In white vellum, tind wore a coraage bouijuot of lilles of the val? ley. Miss Amanda Boulware Bates at? tended her sister an mald of honor. She woro a cream-cblored crepe. de chlne, ornamented wlth sllver trlm mltigs, wlth a largo black hat. and carrled Brldo roses. Datane Houze, ot Nowtown, Va., was the groom's best mnn. Tho brldesmalds woro froeks of crys tal net, draped over white satln. and rarrWl baskots of sweet, peas and sml? lax, raught wlth tulle. Thev included MlH?n? .fudilh Tallaferro, Virginia Hen ShaVr, of Nowtown; Beisle Tallaferro, of I'llalnne, ?ml Mae ' Owens, of West Polnt, V.i. Thc groomsinen -were Al? fred Terrell, of King Wllllam; George Bllls, or Floyds; Wllllam Bates, of JLatirens, S. C. and II. T. Kidd, of Rlch? mond. Uttle Miss Nora Ryland. wear Ing a white silk frock, wlth plnk rib? bons, and carrylng s basket of chry zanthemums and smilax, was flowor glrl. Trent Garnett Tallaferro, ln a costume of white norge, was ring bearer. The brldal part}' was entertained at a reception on Tuesday evening at the home of the bride. Mrs. Robby Bates presided nt the ptinch bowl, and Mlssen Virginia Henshaw and Amanda Bates served ln the dlnlng-room. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman will apend a part of tholr honeytnoon ln Now York, whero several box parties and receptions wlll be glven in their honor. Attend Petembtirg A\ rddintr. Among the out-of-town guests at? tendlng the wedding of Miss Rachel Curtls Klnscy end Wllllam Franclsco Spotswood, In Petersburg, ?Wednesday evening, were Mrs. T. A. Corellc, Mlss Hope Morgun, Robert Forest and Mr. ar.d Mrs. Norman V. Short, all of thls cltv. The ceremony took place at 9 o'clock ln the home of the brlde's par? ents, and was a very brllllant affalr. ItendlemiMi?IIoh cr?. Thc wedding of Mlss Lily Hill Bow? crs, daughter of the late John Bowcrs, Jr., of thls clty, and Wllbur S. Rendle man was solemnized on Wednesdny uf ternoon in the home of the brlde's aunt, Mrs. T. P Meany, 2121 Grovo Avenue, Rev. James W. Mprrls. rector of Mon? umental Church, performing the cer? emony. The drawlng room waa artlE tlcally decorated ln palms and white roses. and the Improvlsed altar was hung ln white and green and llghted wlth wax tapers. Tiie bride was gowned In white crope, trimmed with pearls, and carrled an Ivory-bound prayer book. She was glven away by her uncle, T. F. Meany. Alr. Rendleman was attended by hls cousln, W. W. Adams, of Wasington, ao hls best man. Ben J. Pottor presid? ed at tho organ. At the dlnner which followed the ceremony the plaees of the guests were marked with ttny golden slippers. Mr. and Mrs. Rendleman left for New Vork and other Northern cities, and on tholr return wlll bo at home in Danville, Va. Owlng to the recent death of the bride's mother, only the immediate famlllos ot the brlde and groom wero present at the ceremony. German in i-'armvllle. The Thanksgiving german of the Cotllllon Club at the Nonnal S'ohool, Farnivllle, Va., look place on Friday evenlng of last week. The reception hall of the school was attractlvely decorated ln red and white flowers, thc colors of thc club. The german was led by li. A. Gleaves, ot Wythevllle, dancing wlth Mlss Della Hughes Wey mouth, of Hampton. Mlss Weymouth wore a beautiful gown of lavendor satln. trimmed In Irish polnt lace. Among thoso dancing were Mlss Mlss Crump, wlth A. P. Thom; Mlss Coxe, wlth I. Briggs; Mlss Redd, with R. Watklns; Mlss Boston, wlthH. Wim bish; Mlss Parrott, wlth J. Alllson: Mlss Lewis, wlth J. Freeman; Mlss Murrell, wlth B. Myers; Mlss O'Ferrall, of Richmond, wlth J. M. Dear; Miss Towson, wlth Z. Duval; Mlss Rowe, wlth 0. Hudglns; Mlss tlowell, wlth A. Walker; Miss Ould, wlth M. Car? ter; Mlss Morrlson, wlth L. Ford; Mlss PPnce, wlth D. Eubank; Mlss Massle, witlf F. Graham; Mlss Powell, with A. Wllkerson; Mlss Klpps, with C. Hunter; Miss Jarrett, wlth F. Stephen son; Mlss Lamour, wlth R, Gamett; Mlss Closson, wlth S. Wyche; Mlss Sutherlin, wlth M. Kent; Miss Clayton, wlth R. Shepherd; Mlss Peck, with L. Thorpe; Mlss Duggar, wlth P. Justlce; Mlss Baldwln. wlth E. Wllliauls; Mlss Fltzpatrlck, with R. Hutchinson; Mlss Dlckerson, wlth A. Burroughs; Mlss Drlver, with A. Pricc. Stags wore J. L. Jarman, Jr., J. Watklns. and Dr. Stone, and the chaperons were Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Jarman, Mlss Mary White Cex and Mrs. Jarnerson. Misses Wimblsh and Dabney served punch ln the faculty room, and muslc was rendered by Mlsses Androws, Woodhouse and Thomas. Suppei- was served at mldnlght ln tho art room. which was decorated ln roses and ferns, wlth a background of palms. Glrls in the costumo of Purltan malds served the guests presont. To Make Address Thla Afternoon. Mrs. Colllns Denny, wlfe of Blshop Denny, will speak thls afternoon at 4 n'clcck ln Park Place Methodlst Church. Hor subject wlll ho "Brazll," and wlll deal mostly with the now work recently taken up In that coun? try. All Interested are cordlally In? vlted to attond. l-'riiteriilty GuthcrlnK. The Pl Thota Slgma Fraternlty of the Universlty College of Medicine was dellghtfully entertalned at a stag sup? pei- Wednesday evening ln tho home of Sllas P. Reumes, 211 North Thlrty slxth Street. Mr. Reames was nsslsted ln rece'vlng by Messrs. Llviuk and Blaokburn. of Staunton, Va? and John? son and Board. of Front Royal, Va, Tho members of the Beta Chapter present Included A. J. Clark, of C'rozot; J. 13. McClaugherty, of Sprlng wood; J. B. Williams, of thls clty; W. A. Malden, of Rlchmond; H, M. Sur? facc, of Roatioko; S. V. Otoy, of Mel ton, Ore.; Hi R. M, Cecll, of Pulaskl; C. S. Patterson. of Lynohburg; R, I. Stanloy, of Chatham, and T. K. Cooper, uf Gate Clty,. Vu. liirtiuiiiv Party, Mlns Rita May. Baker, tiaughtor of "TAPERING WAIST" R & G CORSETS Thc accompanying illustrntion shows one o thc smartcst and dainticst of thc new R. & G. f.. 1 models. This model cmbodics scvcral new and dis tinctivc style fcaturcs, and will find immediate favor among fashionablc women with medium Ii;,' urcs. It gives a long, slcndcr, willowy figurr. This Corset is cxtrcmcly long from thc waist line down, both in skirt and hip, with new medium back. It has a medium bust, and is hollowcd out. under thc arms, which prcvents thc Corset from pushing upward. Price in coutil (B-94), $1.50. "rofcnsor and Mrs. XV. Henry Baker, elebrated her th'rteenth blrthday ln hc home of hor parents, t East Main itreet, on TueMay afternoon from 5 to I o'clock. Tho parlors were prcttlly lecorated In red and green, and Mlas Jaker's guests were Misses Olga Stock - lon, Martha AVatson, Ora Austin, Ruth ohnson, Iaa Henbl, Mary Mertls Con, Sleanor Con; Mark Stockdon. Marvln itockdon, AVilllam CilfTe and Robert ?lori-i:-. Misses Uorls Baker and Mary Jarp usslstc-'l in the dining-room. In iiml Out of Town. Mlss Edna AVrlght. of New Jersey, s the guest of Miss Rosalic Mllnes at ier home on West Main Street. Mrs. Edward Balrd, who has been ?Isltlng her p-rcnts hore, wlll leave or her home In Norfolk to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. McCarthv, who isve been traveling ln England, have ?oturned from abroad. Mrs. Phll Prescott, Jr., has returned o her home ln Norfolk, after a short ?lslt to frlends here. Mrs. I. Newton Araughnn, who ha leen In Now York for sotne tlme, has eturned to tho clty. MIsb Lady Hobson. of Howard's i.ck, Ooochland county, ls spendlng t few days with Hr. and Mrs. .lohn P. )av!dson, at 3H East Franklln Street. Miss Tate and Mlss Margaret Leach lave returned to their home ln Nor olk, after vlsltlng frlends in thla city. Mrs. William Mlnor Lile. of the Unl erslty of A'irglnla, la spendlng thlg T2\>rti5hc Jewelry 3\icl) Cut (Blass Sterhrtg S ilv&rv. art IUutU-.om an. Pricei Furauhed on Requ?t. (Palt g? ^ro. | ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY ) JewellefJ, Silversmitha, Stgtionai WASHINGTON. D. C Flowers -Iann& Brown -FLORISTS W. Broad St. - Richmond, V_u "GREEN CASTLE" Kitchen Cabinets will lessen kitchen labor. Try one. Sold by Rothert & Co., Fourth and Broad. Rexall Remedies glve scientMc treat lent?no matter what your 111. AVrite >r booklet, "Tho Blue Line to Health." : tellB the story. It's free. POLK MILLER'S, _he 3^2_____! Store. lUeuiuouci, Va, ELPS APpy ONgS iiaua T&e W.BROADSX t is better not to be without Butter Nut Bread NOLDE BROS. PITTS FURNITURE COMPANY SPECIAL SALE 1429 E. Main St. 117 W. Broad St. SAMOSET CHOCOLATES Chief of them all. A trial will convince you, For talo by all dealen. week wlth Mrs. Warner Moore, sn West Franklln Street. Mlss Jean Brent, who has been the guest of Mlss ITlsIo Parrish for u,e past several weeks, has returned to her home in Alexandrla. Miss Hattie Eurnett has returned to Lynchburg, after vlsltlng ln this clty for three menths. Dr. R. W. Crlddlln is lll wlth thc grip at hls liome en Woodland Helghts. Mnnkln?MnoKethnn. [Special to The Tlmea-ixspaboh.1 Fayetteville, N. C, December 8 ? One of tho prottlest home wcddlngs of the season topk place ln thc resl? dence of Major A. A. MacKethan, on I'erson Street, at 10:30 o'clock Wed? nesday mornlng, when Mlss JanlO Robcson MacKethan was married to Cllfton Eugene Rankln. Thr- house had beon artlatlcally jec orated for tlie occaslon. Green an-I white formed the background of the decoration in the parlors, whlle thc color schemo of the dlnlng room was plnk and white. The ceremony was performed by tho Rev. Watson M Falrley, pastor of the Flrst Presby terlan Church, the ring servlce being used. Tho bride, preceded by her mald of honor and sister, Mlss Kttte D. Mac? Kethan, entered on the arm of her father, and the groom was accom panlel bv hls brother and best man, Claudo W. Rankln. The brldesmalds wero Mlss Ellzabeth Rankln and Mlss Sarah Brown. Wllllam M. MacKethan and Hector M. MacKethan wero groomsmen. Little Mlss Frances Green was tho flowor glrl. and Master Alexander MacKethan ring-bearer. The wedding march was rendered by Mlss Mary McLean, of Llllington. Immediately after the ceremony an elegant wedding breakfast was served. after which Mr. and Mrs. Rankln de? parted for a Northern tour. On their return. about the mlddle of thls month, the young couple wlll bc at home ln thls clty to their many friends. Watson?Baggnrly. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] AVashlngton. D. C, December 8.?An interestlng soclal event was the mar? rlage yesterday of Mlss Sadlc Russell Baggarly. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Lafayett*. Baggarly, of Rappahan nook county, to Robert Anderson Wat? son, of Charlottesville. It took place al the liome of the brlde's parents, near Fint Hill.- The ceremony was perl'orm by the Rov. P. M. Bell. of thc Methodlst Episcopal Church. An informal reception and lunch im? mediately followed the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Watson left for an extended trip to New Vork and othor Northern citles. The brlde is of an old and well known Virginia famlly, and the grand daughtcr of David Baggarly, ofvFan quler. The brldegroom Is a prominent young lawyer of Charlottesville, and a graduate of the Universlty of Vlr? ginia. Guests from a dlstance included Mrs. Marcus Dannls McBrlde, of Hauma, La., sister of the brldegroom; Dr. Carroll M. Baggarly and F. C. Bag? garly, of Richmond. flrst couslns of the bride; M. R. Bradford. of Wash? ington, D. C.; Mlss Vlrginia Cropp. flrst cousln of tho brlde. and Mlss Mary Beale Brownlng and M. F. Eaatham. of Rappahannock county. Taylor?ICIIett. ISpecial to The Tlmes-Dlnpatcth.] Crewe. Va.. December S.?The Chris? tlan Church was thc sceno last evening of a beautiful wedding, when Mlss Esther Ellett became the brlde of Willlam R. Taylor. The church was beautifully decorated in a color scheme Of green and white. There were a number of brldesmalds and grooms? men. The bride entered with her sis? ter, Mrs. Mamio Thews, matron of honor. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Phelps, of Lynchburg, a former pastor of he brlde. VMr. and Mrs. Taylor left on thc eastbound traln for an extended brldal tour. Rcturnlng, they wlll mako tholr homo ln Crewe, whero they aro both well known. A reception was given the brldal party at tlio homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Ellett Tuesday even? ing. ?- ? > Watson?Baggerly. [Special to The Timos-Dlspatcth.1 Front Royal, Va., December S.?A very pretty wedding was solemnl-/.cd at 'noon to-day at thi home of Mr. and Mrs. LaFayette Baggerly, ln Rap? pahannock county, when their daugh? ter Miss Sadio Baggerly, became tho brldo of Robert Anderson Watson, of Charlottesville, Rev. P. M. Ball offl clatlng. ? , ._ .. After an oxtended Northern tour, Jlr and Jlrs. Watson will make tholr fut'urc home ln Charlottesville, Va. Sewnrtl?Vnn Duson. Frederlcksburg, Va., December 8.? Miss Gay C. Van Duson, daughtor of tho late Cornellus Van Duson, of thls city was marrled in Baltlmore thls we'ok to Willlam A. Soward, of Now York. _ ? Xew Factory foi- llonnoke. [Speolal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Roanoke, Va.. Decembor 8.?Tho Blue Ridgo Overalls Company, of Roanoke, wlll erect a large factory ln the north eas,t section of the clty. __-9 . W. W. llullnrd Appolnted. [Speolal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Roanoko, Va., Decembor 8.?Judge W. W. Moft'ett, of tho Clrcult Court, has appolnted W. W. Ballard, ot Salem, commlssloner of accounts for Roanoko county, to sttcceed the late J. P. Houtss. .... ? . WOCjGAHWS ARM EXAMINED. Ili-eiiK Is Kiilttlng Fnst, but C'liiinutloii Not Yet Able to Flght. Cadlllao, Mlch,, Docember 8.?Toni Jones, Champlon Ad. Wolgast'p man? ager, held a conference to-day with tho champlon and a physiolan. Jones wlth tho physlclan's ald, Care? fully scrutinlzod an X-ray ploture of Wolgast's Injured arm. Tho hroak, a fuw Inches above tho wrist, ls knlttlng fast, hut not as fast as tho champion wants lt to. When Jones eniorgcd from tho ofllce, he sald: "Ad. Is not gPlng to flght any ono beforo the latter part of March. Thut much Is certaln. Ton chances tu onu hc wlll not light before M'uy. Hla arm Is hoallug nlcely, but the danger of another break Ih lo hu fearod, Wet huve got to luy down now, but when AiI'h ui'in ls butter we wlll meet thom all." .'? '- ? ? i THREATENED Tfl Mrs. Glovcr Figures in Sensa tions of Day in Girl's Trial. Cambrldge, Mass., December 8.?Mrs. I.illlan M. Oiover, three tlmes threat ened to buy a rcvolvor and Hhoot her liusband. Clarenco F. Oiover, of Wal? tham, for whose murder Hattle Le? Blanc Is now on trial here, according to the testimony of Mrs. Kate Samp flon, of Auburndalo, ono of thc wlt? nesses for the defense, to-duy. Mrs. Sampson said that Mrs. Clovor mado theHo threats whlle vlsltlng her at 'Auburndnlc, and that she appeared enraged because, sho said, she had found her husband lnsultlng Hattle LeBlanc, who was worklng ln tholr home. The wltness further said that Mrs. Oiover told hor of having rc peatedlv beaten Hattle, and that once Mrs. Oiover brought Hattle to the home of the wltnoBS and struck hor under the chln ln an attempt to make hor confess that she had acted Im? properiy wlth Glover. On cross-exam? lnatlon' by Dlstrlct Attorney Hlggins. Mrs Sampson adhcrcd to her account of the threats, hut said thnt Hattle denled the bathroom Incldcnt. Thls was but one of the numerous sensations at to-day's sesslon. The Btate had concludod Its dlrect case yesterday and thls forenoon. A. Farlpy Brewer. junior counsel, outllned the caso of the defense. He said that Hattle LeBlanc was brought to fllover's homo designedly and was sent from there designedly on the night of the murder. ? , ... "It U a mysterious case, he told the lurv "It ls not your duty to solve the mystery. The law says thc Com? monwealth must prove thls g rl guilty beforo youadjudge her .guiUy. XX* wlll show you that one other had the opportunity. the lntcnt and ability to commlt the crlmo." Ncighbors and relatlves of the de? fendant were lirst called, Includlng the -irl's father, Abraham T^Btanc, ot West Arlchat. N. S.' These wltnesses tcstitied that Hattle always borea good rcputatlon before comlng to thc L'nlted States. A llrcarms o-pert tcstlfled that the rcvolver with whlch Glovcr was kill? ed could not backflre, thls tendln* to show that alleged marks on Hattle s hand could not have been recelved ln that way. , :?- ? , Hattle LeBlanc's slster. Mrs. Irene LeBlanc. Langley. testlfled that Mrs. Oiover show-ed her three notcs whlch she hud written. ln which she de? clared that she wlshed to rid herself of her husband and would do so. On Ihe nigVit beforo tho murder, Mrs. Langlev testlfled, Mrs. Oiover forbade her husband to come Into the house to suppcr. and exclalmed that lf ho did come in it would be the last supper hc would ever eat. She said she hal hcard Mrs. Glover say tha-t her hus? band was "no good." Ono day when sho called at the Oiover home sho found Mrs. Olover's brother choklng Hattle._ CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED THE LATE JUDGE MASON .Jiiilue Chlchester Indorxcd by Frlends. Other Frrrterlcksbiirtr Stcvta Notes. [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l _ rederlcksburg. \'a., Dpcember 8.? Judge R. H- L. Chlchestcr, of Stafford county, near this clty, who has his law otttce here, is a candidate for tbe vacant Judge&hlp as judge of the 1 .f tcenth .ludiclal Circuit, to succeed tho late Judge John E. Mason, Judge Chlchester hns served most acceptably as judge of the court of Stafford coun? ty, has practlced law eighteen years, and Is forty years of -ge. He Is well equlpned for thc position. He has many friends who hope to see him honored by appointment to tho posi? tion. Thc appointment ls to hc made by Governor Mann untll the meeting of the next Leglslature, whlch wlll elect. At a meeting of tbe members of the bar nnd of citlzens, held at tho court house here, Judge John T. Ooolrlck presldlng, St. George R. Fltzhugh, af? ter paylng a tender trlbuto to tho memory of tho late Judge John l-_ Mason, presented resolutlons to tho memory of Judge Mason, whlch were unanimously adopted. Others who spoko ln feeling terms of tho deceased judge were Judgo Ooolrlck, B. P. Willls, C. O'Connor Ooolrlck, G. R. Swlft, AV. XV. Butzner and Judge R. H. L. Chlchester. M. E. Ferrell has sold hls residence ECZE1A TOTALLY CO. El HIS FACE When a Baby?Hair All Came Out Always Scratching ? Mother Got Guticuraand He was Cured After 3 Years of Disease, "My son was about four months old when he was taken \with dreadful ecae raa. I had four different doctors but ther could not help him. Tho hair all camo out and his face was totallycovered. Hls eyes were ihut and wo tn ought ho would go bllnd. His limbs and body ?were also affected. He-as always scratching; \ had to keep his little hands tied down and he seemed to have a great deal of pain. We did not know what to do. I used to get sick handllng him, from the way the corruption was alwaye runnlng. "But I got. somo Cutloura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and in a week or ten davs I could seo tne eruptlon drying up an_ before long he waa pured. after about three years of tho terrible disease. Now he ie nineteen yeara old and has not a sign of the old trouble. You see I learned to savo three-quarters of tho doctors' bills by ualng Outioura Soap and Ointment and I wlll recommend elther to any ono and advi.o them to use them and recelve a safe, apeody oure. Mrs. Catherlne Mooklln, Dock St., lloyalton, Pa., Feb. 21, 1010." Cuticura is the most eoonomlcal treat? ment for torturlng, diifiguring affeotions of the akin of lufants, children and adults. A slngw cake of Cuticura Soap and box of Cuticura Ointment are oftensu-Qclont. Cutloura 6o?p (26c), Otottntnt (BOc), Hojolvoot (JOo). and C--eol_M (-???_ i'll- (Mo). --? ?otd Ibrou.ho.t tbo worW. Futwr Drw a C-em. Corp, toio Prons.. l.T Columbu* Avo., Boaton. i_r H-litd t'ico. Cutltvra Book on Shln aad Bcftlp. A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf "The best bread you over tasted." Wrapped ln waxod papor?not touch ed by human hands until li is served on your table. 5c. at Your Grocer'a. -MHIIICA .. UHBAD AND BAKWQ CG. ?, 8, 10. IS l_. Lellth Street. "Lucca Olive Oil'! IN KVBUY 1MNTHV WIHflKH PUIl-TY lUtiaVAILS. CHASIE TRAFIERI, Importer. Jln,l. ili'M. 5U0 West JUala st. For Christmas oc The Very Thing to Give Stylish Well Made AU Sizes $3.50-$4.00 Lace and Button Cravenettes Buckskin Patents CalfSkin For Comfort there's nothing like the Low Heel Patrician I have in Stock Elegant Holiday Gifts Wc have made great efforts to procure for this season many beautiful articles exceptional in design and especially appro? priate for HOLIDAY GIFTS, such as will not bc found in other stores. These selections from thc leading manufacturcrs and im porters of this country embrace a large and varied assortment of elegant Dlamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Sterling Silver Ware, Toilet Articles, Gold and Silver Novelties, Um? brellas, Canes, Imported Chime Clocks, Opera Glasses, Lorgnettes, etc, and no better opportunity has ever been of fered to securc gifts of thc finest quality at thc lowest prices. The Nowlan Company, Leading Jewelers, 921 East Main Street. on llanovor Street, in thls clty, to Mrs. Cella II. Goolrlck. Mr. Ferrell, who was manager of the Singer Sewlng Machlne Company's btlsiness liore, has been transferred to tho samo position ln Petersburg. Frank J. Gould has provlded the necessary funds for contlnuing and ex tendlng tho Improvement works here In connectlon with tho Gould Interest. He has authorlzed the immedlate con? structlon of a largo flumo to connect with the powor-houso here under con? structlon, which lt is expocted wlll bring about large developments. Herndon Lodge, No. 26-1. of Masons, wlll hold Its annual bano.net at Hern? don, in Fairfax county, Frlday evening, Deconiber 9, and among tho toasts, to which responses wlll bc mado, are the followins: "Masonry: Its Relation to the World," "Good Roads," "Secrots of Masonry" and "Three Masonlc Graccs." W. J. Phllllps, of thls clty, wlll rcspond to tho latter toast. IN'VESTIGATIOX BEGINS. Graud Jury Makes Imiiilry Into Recent Election ln Dnnvlllc. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Danville, Va.. Docember 8.?The grand Jury of tho Corporatlon Court. Judgo A. M. Aiken' presiding, which oonvoned on Monday morning. is in vestlgatlng tlie roeent congressional olectlon held ln thls clty, witli a vlew of ascertalnlng lf thero was any fraud or lrrogularlties practlcod, and if monoy was used lllognlly or any cor ruptlon attempted or practlced. Tho Investigatlon of the grand Jury ls ln fursuanco wlth tho Instructions of udge Aiken ln his charge. delivered to tho grand Jury upon convening Monday. M.-<-?- i ? - ESOAPE FllOM JAII,. Tno Men Senteneed to Penltentiary Get Their l.lberty. [Spoclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatcih.] Spotsylvanla, Va., Docomber 8. Henry Evans, convlcted of grand laroony, and sentenood to two yoars ln tlio penltentiary. and J. C. Harris, another convlot, sentoncod to twolvo months ln tho samo lnstitutlon, broke jall horo last night and mado good their escape. Tho offloers here aro maklng diligenl soarch for them. and tho autlioritlew elsowhoro havo beon rotlllod. _-?? i ? ? Vlolatcd Election Lawn. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. J Bristol, Va., Docember 8.?Bltd Dctheridgo and C. C. Haynes, charged with violatlng tho Vlrginia olectlon laws by carrylng an ofllclal ballot from the olectlon booth hore on November 8, wore to-day each tlnod 100 by Judgo Kclly, of tho Corporatlon Court. i ? . . Wlll AUvertlne Ilesourcea, [Spoclal to Tho Tlmea-Dlspatcll. | Bristol, T*mn., Docomber 8.?Mem? bers pf tho Vlrglnla-Tennosaeo Agri mlturai and Industrlal Assoclatlon to dtiy put up a guarantoe tor expenses ln a canipalffii <.o ralso from $10,000 to $20,000, to bo used lu udvertlslng thtf i-osoiircos of tlils reglon. It ls pro? posed to report tlio amount us ralsed at tho tirst annunl moetlng of the as Boelatlon next month. I'oKtl.v ?i. Itrpuiilb-uiii. [Speolal to Tho Tlnies-Dlspatoh. | Washlngton, D. C, Docomber 8,?Ac? cording lo llguros uiado publi-- lu-iv to-day, the Demoeratlo landslide in North Carollnu. when threo nopubllcan Cnugressmon wero dofoatod for ro? olectlon to tho Houso, euat tlu- IU> mibltcan party $li,000 and tho Uetno crnta only $200. , JP. II. MoO. HOLIDAY Designs American DftCEQ Beauty IVUuLJ HAMMOND'S 109 East Broad St. Ladies' $3 High-Cut Shoes Gun metal and patent colt, $2 Porter's Specialty Shoe Store, 215-217 North Fifth Street. Place Your Order To-day foi Christmas Cakes. BROMM 516 East Marshall Street, 501 West Broad Street. Direct Action Gas Ranges Have No Equal Sold Only by Ryan, Smith & Co. A LOVELY BUNCII OF ROSES is :he most thoughtful remembrance of your ivomcn folks' good taste. Telephone 60S1 Madison and let us send a butuh of Carnations home for you this afternoon. RATCLIFFE & TANNER, Rlchmond's Floral Artlsts, 23 W. Broad Street. Something Special in Suits To-Day Baylor-Yarborough Co., 207 Eust Broad Street "Little Broadway11 Always the Newest Styles in "SUITS THAT SUIT" 212 N. Fifth Street.