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Social and
Personal
..enii.'iii given hy the
THE lirst
Richmond Cormaii Club wlll bo I
'bun ,1 |n tho ball room of the
Maaenio T.jnplc thla evening*, nnd win
be an unii.-lally billliunt uffair. Thu
hull wlll ho arrang d Wlth palmi anu
in th- -tnlri_t room th. Ilnht. wlll l .
thr.
itil.e ti
III
'11 u i i
?itl!.
i e placed In
Mom. and ar
?ra iu thelr
nonor William p. ,. 5lay. and wil?
liam l'.iiin.r v.-ui lead the german and
danelng wlll betjin promptly at _*;....
fl'o]nr\t,
?lf Inf.r.Nt M. re.
Dr, and Mro. i;,.v fi \-.-;.. i,
nounced the en gage ind- a
Ing nmrrlago or thelr daughter
Oarland, to John WIIH- n :-. .1
wedding wll ? c on tli
Ing ol Doeember 29 ..t the 1
Dr and .1 . A re . oh I 1
? ampua, al Knoxvllle. and wi
ni
?nd iiitln
o'-n invltt
wn Ayvo
?f Tenn
lauglltor or
lt Of tlie Ifnl.
ICn
" '?''' r,i ?> Ker ? .m.i John n. Aiki.i
?- on, Jr,, of RIchmo id and I .-. ntim
l.er of fri*n-h- li, re. ,\|:- N .-..?., n la .
m n of Judg John ::. N'.wman, of Som
?raet, Orange counts-, \',i., md I* a
diatlngulshed graduate ol tht VIrginl
Mllitary rnititut. atid or the iaw 1 ho
nf Washlngton and Le. Unlv.ralty.
Jnvltnllii-. InHiii-i).
.Mrs. Joni Scotl Parrlah, of o.s
PtVeat Franklln Street. hns nent out In.
vitatlon.. for a card party to b< --'? an
Tueaday evening, December 20. compll
mentai . - 1 if tho 11 _-:oh'. debu?
tantes, M. ie Jellla Scott, Blale Par
_U.
tn
Church, Colt
Norfolk. Is
ee, an ?
little din.
in wlll rntertaln
You Wil!
Like it in
Your Home
inc l-anir that makes baking day
pleasant and tatisfactory. For bc.t re?
sult.. Insist on Dunlop.
'..ladc in Richmond.
Used for Gcncrations.
Sold on -1 Continents.
Thcpiinlobljii]
un
J. B. Mosby & Go,
;Snits To-day at Special Prices.
t Why suffer if there IS a guaranteed
remedy for YOUR trouble? Thc Rexall
book, "Blue Line to Health," cxplains it.
Write for a copy. It's free.
POLK MILLER'S
The 3_______! Store
lf* -M_-r_-T-i _?_-_-_-- _f jg|
Richmond, Va.
"Little Broadway"
Always the Newest Style. In
"SUITS THAT SUIT"
212 N. Fifth Street.
Gt
td
i
I lf.
It is better not to be without
prea
NOLDE BROS.
Special?Odds and end3 ln Furnlture,
Jron Beds, Mattings. Stoves, etc. Cheap
t (tc clcso them ?.uf.
310 I_.\ST BIIOAD.
SAMOSET
CHOCOLATES
Chief of them all.
A trial will tionvince you.
For sale by all dealers.
r_.m,.T.m..,w?- Tr-W_-_?_.V-,.__?.
I1AVE YOU SEEN
THE
WewMethod Gas Ranges
Al'
Pettit &Co/s?
MV
Rii
Ca
soi
rot
aft
foi
Infants' and Children's Wear
A Sale
tu close oul several assortments of this season's Coats
and Caps tri be offered Monday and Tuesday at considerable
pricc redttctions.
$3.00 values. $1.98; $5.00 valties, $3.98; $7.50 values,
$5.00; $10.00 values, $7.50.
Sale in Chlldren's Department, Third Floor.
.^xlngton, Va., who have been vlsltlng
drs. preston, on West Fn-viklin street,
ire now the guests of M'ss Essle
ln her,
a Honor of Hlail .lohnMtoa.
MrS. !,-i?'":i,? ?? Syele, nf 2'ifl? Monu
i ii vvenuc v aa the hostess of a vory
ili ml les from t io d Fri.kiy after
loun, in honor of Mlss Mary Johnston,
t .lr.iwin- ro im ti.ik hy Mlsa Johnston
i.i- tho feature of the afternoon. Mlss
i :? -i.. Clark aluo ?noke.
b i wa woll attended, mm
dded another to tlie drawlng room
[otherlntrs which have taken place so
iiecessfully ln th.* interest of the
"ojital Suffrage League of Virginia.
Vl Atlenil I nvolllng.
of tha Rlchmond Chapter,
:, ?"i Da e '?'! ot the Confederacy,
re Invlted to attend th? ceremonies
itendar.t upon tho unvelling of a tab
Bt to mark the slte o/ thc Pobertson
Idspltal, corner of Main and Thlrd
'?? to-morrow afternoon at 4
'clock, The tablet la placed under
he dlrection of thc sltcs conim'ttee
f the Conf- "!-.,?? Memorlal Llterary
orfolh niimer I'nrtr.
Mr. and Mrs Hammond johnson n er
u-'sts of honor on Frlday evening at
?llnnrr nlvm !,.,. Conway W, Sama
i hla hbrrie, In Boush Street, Norfo h
'fio table wa arrangod with crlmaon
oses and 111 tea of the valley, . nd thoso
retfent were Mr, and Mrs. Johnson.
Hns Kdna Volght. Mlsn Emlly John
ton, .Mlss Katherlne Dlckion, .Miss
uclle McLean, Washlngton Taylor, Mr.
... .lohn and Mlnton Talbot.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson havo recently
nturned from tho^r wedding trlp. and
!>Mit Thanksgiving with friends in I
.lehmond before returnlng to Norfolk. i
rtiirnril to FUchmoBd.
Mr ond Mr.'. Claudo Wlingflcld V.*a-\
lan have returned to the clty. ajid
rc at home to their friends al 23QX
, ? Marshall Street. .Mrs Veatnan
as formerly Mlss Hattie Isabelle
laden, daughter of Mrs. Mary Gilson
laden. of Washington, D. C,
a-rlor?Ellett.
The Christlan Churoh at Crewe, Va.. j
as tlio scene of a very pretty wed- ]
ing Wednesday evening of lasi we. ;.,
hen Mlss Esther Ellett becume tlie j
ride of Wllllam P. Taylor. The
,-.,i.-i i>. was de. orated In j
llms, ferns and white Bowera, with
ly. which was performed i
W. Phelps, of Lynchburg.
hews.
Issea
arly Jonea and
?Ide entered the churoh with her nia
on of honor, Mrs. E. K. ThoWs, of
nrfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. John ICllett entertalned
e brldal party very handsomely on
? I , evening after the rehearsal.
r. and Mra Taylor left at once for
i extended tour of the Southern
ties- Guests from a distance attend
-? the wedding were: Missea Mattle
llington, lii/.oi Smart, Carrle Snel
?tgs, Mra. Srai r:. Mra A. IX, l'.lllngton,
rs. it. E. Elllngton, Mrs. 0. W.
nart, Mr, nnd Mrs. Paul Tunatall,
essrs. W. 1*. f'cott and Perc'y Long,
1 of South Rlchmond; Mlss Helen
regory, of Appomuttox; Mr. and Mrs.
T. Johnston, of Roanoke; Mrs. Won
n. Mlsses Lessie and Fannle .lohn
on, of Roanoke.
eet To-Day.
There Will be a meeting of the gen
al board of the Sheltering Aruis Free
ospital to-day at noon at thc hospl
1. All members are asked to attend
ls meetlng.
ppronphlng Marrlage.
Mrs. Edmonia Brown, of Powhatan i
iunty, Va., announces tho approach
g marriuge of her daughter. Emma
ty. to .loliu B. Wlnfree, thc wedding
be celobrated Wednesday. Decombor
. in Washlngton, D. C. Miss Brown
tiic daughter of tho late C'aptiiin
atthew Brown and a nlece of Judgo.
Ichard II. Brown, of California.
u. C. Meetlng.
The regular monthly meetlng of the !
iclimond Chapter. United Daughters !
thc Confederacy, wlll be held ln :
>o Camp Hall Wednesday morning at I
o'clock. Buslness of Importanco is |
bc transacted. and all members are
'ged to be present. VJsltlng daugh
rs are cordlally Invlted to attend.
tciiilH Dedlention.
Mlss Geline Mactlonald, of thls clty. j
:is among those present at the dedl- |
tion of tlie Holy Cross Academy ln
ashlngton last Thursday, and took I
rt in tlie program. 'I'ho academy
is dedicated by Cardinal Glbbons.
lu nnd Out of Town.
Mrs. Harry B. Wayland, of Albemarle. !
unty, ucoompaniod by her two young ,
ildren, ls vlsltlng hor parents, Mr.
ul .Mrs. lildeon Davenport, of 203
cst 1,'rankliii Streot, and wlll remain .
roughout tho Christmas holldays. j
Colonel .loseph E. Wlllard, who land- !
In Oehoa a few .luys ago, has Joln- I
hi.s famlly in Paris for the holldays. ;
Dr. P.obert S. Williams has returned
Hot Sprlngs. Va., after spendlng
reral days in Richmond,
Mlss Mary Pondleton and her ueph
, Willlam Dlllon, wlll spend Chrlst
is at Indian Rock, returnlng to
clunond for tho niidwinter months.
Mr. and Mrs. Edinund Osborne Mo
bo havo moved to 321 North llarrl
i Street.
Uim. Mlnu Henno. and lior daughlor,
Denver, Colorado, uro vlsltlng Mr,
d Mrs. Henry S. Wullorsteln, at 200
ulh Thlrd Streel.
?Jlsa Mary Osborno Tompleton has
urned to hor liome in Wnynesboro,
er a visit to friends in thls city.
vtlss Btliel Tyler, of Clovoland, Ohlo,
tho guest of frionds ln Rlehmond
? several weeks.
rhe uomVltion of Cadet Charles VV. ! L
Goddin, who ln Ul wlth typhold fever,
reniultiH unchanged.
Fre ..rlck _. Dalc, of New Vork,
prealdc-nt of tho class of 'Ofl at Am?
herst College, Ih visiting friends in
the clty.
Mra. Thomas Bolllng has returned
to tlie City, after vlsltlng frlends in
New y?,rk and Wilmlngton. Delawaro.
Mlss I.llen Meade, who was opcrated
on In St -Uke'a Hospital l-'rlday, ls
somewhat Improved.
Mra. K D. Beaaley has been moved
to her homo, after an operatlon at tho
Vlrglnla Hospital.
W, G, Ne'al has returned to Rich?
mond, aftor spending severai days wlth
frlend.. ln Culpeper, Va.
Mlss Krnma llandy, of Harrlsonburg,
arrlved ln ltlchmond last week to stay
tho rcmnlnder of the winter wlth rc
Idtlvea here.
Thomaa Howerton, of -outh Boston.
Va., Is iil at thc Memorlal Hospital ln
thls clty.
Mlsa Bruce Goolrlck, who has lir-m
the guesl of relatlves ln Prcderiel-8
burg, has returned to hor home In thls
Mra, Lucy Overton has returned to
Ashland, after a vislt to Mrs. Jacob
Mlchatix, on Kast Franklln Street.
Dr. Isaac Curd, who recently spent a
few daya ln the clty, has returne? t/
Gordonsvllle.
Mrs. Malvern Hlll, of thla city, ls
vlsltlng her parents at thelr home
near Culpeper, Va.
S. J. Brooks. who has been viskin~
hls ulater, Mr... W. R, Dodson, in Chase
City, haa returneri to ltlchmond.
Mr. and Mr.. Wundcrle, who havo
traveling e_tenalvely In the West,
have returned to the clty.
isa ' 'Hio Gregory ls the guest of
j Mary Wood, at Emporia, Va., for
?ral daya before returnlng to her
ie in thls clty.
.\-srro Shot by Offlcers,
lal to Tlie TImes-Dlspatch.]
Wlnaton-Salem, N. C. December II.?
John .lones, a negro, was shot through
both legs and one are aet the ITnlon
Passenger Station at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon by Special Ofliecr J. I_
Rlerson of the .Southern Rallway. The
traln frotn Charlotte had just arrlved,
and while pas-engers were getting off
Jonea perslsted in hla effort to go
through the crowd of whlte people.
When the officer pushed the negro back
Jones threw one hand to hls hlp pock
et as if he was going to draw a pis
tol. Mr. Klerson drew hls gun and
shot .loues three tlmes. Hls condlti'ju
is scrious.
Mnv n.ntnr. Plnnl.
| Special to Thc TImes-Dlspatch.!
Lynchburg, Va., December 11.? It !?t
belleved the iiieoting of the stockhold?
ers of the Thornhlll Wagon Works,
whlch was burned out Frlday night. to
be held Monday morning, wlll ro.-nilt.
in a declslon to rcatoro the plant.
__
JB
M
Among the new R is: G models for Fall
none will find greater favor among fashion
able woman than the model shown here.
This corset is made very long and stylish.
It gives an extremely fashipnable figure and
will set off the new Fall gowns to perfcelion.
Like all R & G models, it combines faultless
form with perfect pliability and conifort. Ask
to see this exquisite style. Price in Cotitil
(A-94), $1.00.
Four Reasons Why Good Books
Make the Best Christmas Gifts
No one hns too many.
More pleasure and pro?
fit in good books for the
amount expended than in
anything you may buy.
2.
Every one lias a certain
subject or hobby that
they are interested in.
Books on this always
please.
Good books are kept. a lifetinic, contiuually recajlinf; iho givei? u> ihe
mind of the recipieut.
212-214 North Sisth Street.
"..nll-.lnirliii???. "?A ? .ni,i,.,,i Cnlilpcly,
riy Peroy StaoKayo, Thi Fredorlck
,\. i3.ol.oa <'o., or New v
,\ brllllant proi.? . . ,, , ,,
ln New Vork last Bprli . ., 1|..,, .
rletta Croatnttn aa lead -
The play i" o ??'?<?' I itln on
many Of the :>?? 0\ili . tited In
eontlnental drama. Thi ccne opons
In u Maaaachuaetta fai . ,,,,i
four membor.. of tho fnmll eldi
husband and wrlfe
wedded palr, wlm, ln order to .:? ?
nn.! dlaflSttilnate v hat tl ,.:
10 i ;. 11 '?Th'- Alili-M .1.. It, thi
fad ot thc faahlonabh ,. , |. .,..
whom they deslre to bi i l ..-? ed, care
fully conceal tholr marriage, whlch
took place whlle tlu-;, were abroad
In Vlenna, and proclalm thr,,. ??
aa urdeiit dlaclples nf tlie moal (d
vanced free .ove thcorl
They ScafldallZO th-ll '.i! Now Kng
land relat|ve_ for awhlle Then began
tho conlllct between the luper-nien
and the wotnen of the preaent d;rv
and thelr subllmnted Ideaa when
brought Into confllct tvlth the com?
mon sense realltlen ,,r everyday iif,?.
Tho Immen.e clevarnea of the com?
edy removes from It the alighteal aus
plclon of coaraeness. The .Ituatlona
are Irrealatlbly funny, and the whole
hook aclntlllatos wltli wll lhat is
mlrth-prnvoklnp; nnd tefrei hJng t0 the
last degree.
"Mr. Ingle.tlile."
By F. V. Luoas. The Ma mlllan Co.,
of Xew York. $1.60.
.Mr. Ingleslde is the centre of many
phafiea of social and bualneaa llfn ln
London. where he, a home-lovlng mem?
ber of soclety. with two well ttp-to
date young Engllsh women .i? daugh?
ters. has hls home.
He ls shrewdly obaervant of thc do
ings of people around and about him,
and records amuslng nnd mlldly caus
i tie comments on the bchavior of I_on
don, ln unconventlonal attltmle.
Aa Mr. Ingleaide seea It, London ha;.
many sides and phaaes, and hls vlew
polnta are flavored wlth Juat the dc
grep of natli-i noederj ;in<l no more.
There ls a special ootorle formlng a
proup of famlllttrs among ..hmn Mr.
Ingleaide is comfortably _t e_aa and
at home. Whnt he haa to _ay ahout
thin group in thc real core Of the book,
Ita true Inwardneaa?that and lhe
morallzlng Into whJch'he lovea to fall
when he lf) muslng over -.ondon's
looks and looklng- out upon the Rlver
Thames.
"Tbe Glft Wlfe.'"
By rtupert Hughes. Moffat, Yard
and Co., of New York. $1._0,
Thls ls thc story of an Amerlcan
surgeon, who is a dlapomanlac, and who.
while traveling in Europe. awukes to
consclousness from a prolonged spdl
of his disease to flnd that he has iost
touch wlth a fatherless chlld thrown
' upon hls care. and that he Is being
? nnrsed ln a Tiirklsh harctn by a vell
j ed woman.
Thc woman confldes her Borrowftil
\ story to the surgeon and so ???? Itea hli
I sympathy thal when he leaves t.. re?
turn to Europe. he rescues hi.* nurse
and takes her with him. \ lonpr
?? trch, flnally erowned with auci -
then begins for the lost chlld.
The hnok closes wlth a happy con
lalon to the romance between the
doctor and hli nurse. whose love for
, him he discove rsi. and
by him In hla hearl hli ?;ift Wlfe."
"The Sprrnd Kaule."
Bv Gouveneur Morris. i rlb
ner's .Sons. of N'ew York. $1.50.
A hnok of short storles by an Amer?
ican author who lias thc nierit of
wrlting about soclety people and real
people at the same time, tho value ot
wh isa name story lu thls book ls
matched by one regardlng Christmas
whlch will appeal to every readcr.
Every one of the storics, Indeed. hay
Ita indivldual ilavor and its charaeter
Istlc cxcellenco. The book Is as line
as lt is entcrtainlng.
it
"Red T'epper Ilurn-."
By Grace S. Richmond. Doubleday,
Pago _ Co., of Garden City, Long
I....!, !
Dr, Redflold Pepper Burns. tho hero of
Grace Rk-hmotid'. novel. has red hair
and :t flamlng tomper that. matches the
hair. Bul Iio la a thoroughly good man, IV'
and whon the opportunity is offered
adopts a little boy and ls thoroby j
brought into associatlon with a charm- G
___?-____-_________________?-_ Y
OUng WldOW, who han b.l.l Ihn
mlnforttine to lose hor child
"The Qroon imr,." tho doctor's alito
mobllo, la an actlve figure In the Btoty
"'.i "iv,, the doctor and swoethoart
inch h-,| py Hmcfi that it desorves mon
tion along wlth the characters,
'Thc MrMrr Mnil."
n,. Cyrua Townsend Bradv. Dodd,
M,.;i.| & Co . New Vork.
"The Better Man" Impllea the exli l -
?;noo In thls hook of two men. BOBidfl
he ni.ii there ls a gin wlth whom
.oih are In love. Ono man ls thc nn- i
shotl outeeino of ihe finest Amerlcan
ilvlllzatlohi >ni i the other la simply
i crude speclmon or Amerlcan man
iood, though self-renpectlng nml Indc-1
lendent ;it heart and In manner.
I'ortuniiteiy tho Kiri is able to test
he two ond decldo ln favor or the rlghi
nan. The story ls told slnipiy aud
ilninly, hut forcofully and wlth BUffl
ilenl Fomance to ronder lt attractlve.
,'i'hr Poternngfer Ruby."
By f'li.irlen Edmonds Walk. A. c.
UcCIurg & CO., of chicago.
tn thla .tory tho famous "PaternoB
er Ruby," whloh haa caused enmlty
md batred between two of tho best
tnown Amcrlcin flnanclors In a Htrug
;le for Us pOKsesslon, brlngs about the
nurder of the man who Hiiccossfully
?uthld hls rlval when the ruby was ot
'ored for salo. Susplclon of the nmr
Itjr falls on tho mnrderod lnan'.-i ne
ihew, on hls secrotary nn.! on llie man
vho was hls flnanclal opponent There
ll'e many throads to ho. plcked up and
ollowed out, and a double love story
o be unfolded. before the my. t. ry la
atlBfactprily cleared up. When thls
s done the result surprlsos overybody,
.f course. And that is what . usually
inppens In a Ilrit-class deteotive novel
ike "The Paternoster Ruby."
IOOK SUGG13STIOXS
FOB I'llltlST.MlS BUYERS
'Colonlal llolldny*.''
By Walter TIttlo. Dottbleday, Pago
b Co., of Garden City, L. I.
Along wlth storles of the Colonlal
lollday tlmos, their assoclatlons, ro
uances and tradltlons, Mr. Tlttle hns
icre done somo beautiful and artistlc
/ork In tho way of lllustratlon and
lluinination. Tho llluniitiatlon In rlch
olors and gold ls specially attractlve,
endering hls work ns u whole ono or
ho rinoHt things planod on the holiday |
inrket. As a gift book lt ls most i
urltig.
Tbe l.llnc Inlr.v Oook."
Edlted by Andrew Lang. Long
mns, Green & Co., New Vork.
Por years Mr. Lang has boen sath
ring together from many lands sto
les which he has put Into a serles
alled "The Ralnbovv Serges." "Tho
.Ilac Ealry Book" belongs to thls se
ies. It ls delightful as to its rcad
lg matter and very handsome as to
:s blndlng and illustrallons.
Mopsa thc Felry."
By -loan Ingelow. J. B. Llpplncott
Co., Philadelphla, Pa.
Told wlth all thc chartn and beauty
f Imaglnatlon that dlstlnguishci .o*
tithor In whatcver of prose and pootry
lio tave to the world during her long
r<- niled wlth benoflcence and love for
umanlty.
Story of tne Urall aud the I'aSBlng "f
Arthur."
Charles Scribner'a Sons.
Thls liook, which flnlshes a serles of
ooks formlng an Arthurian cycle for
oung readers on which Howard Pyle
;is licon engaged for some years, con
ihis the storles of Sir Geralnt, sir
alahad, and the passlng ot the King. j v
lic serles ls remarkable, not alone
ir its text, but for the work in iilus.
-atlon nnd dec.oration Into which Mr.
yk- has put an exprcsslon ond a
juch that havo come to be typlcuily
ad tinely Amerlcan.
\ M-inunl of Splrltmil Fortllicntlon."
Harpor & Bros.
Beginning wlth the thlrtecnth and
fteenth centurios, and coming down
irougii tho best English and Amcrl
111 pocts, Loulse Colller Wlllcox has,
i these pooms, formed a collection
hlch, answerlng to the needs of her
,vn nature, she has passed on for thc
nsslble comfort and hoip ot others.
l'he Slrepine; Beauty an,l Othor Fnlry
Tules from Ihe <>]?i French."
Retold by A. T. Qulller-Cotich.
corge XX. Doran Company, of New
ork.
Aiilcd by the versatility and dellcacy
' Mr. Dulac's artistlc prcccptlons aiul
s beautiful plcluring of fairyland,
ith Its sprites and quaint figures,
illller-Couch's "Sleeplng Beauty" has
.ken on a form that wlll glve many
1 hour of onjoymont to the fortunato
iadcr Into whoso hanjh* lt may pass
u-lng thc holiday soason.
?eter I'nn ln Keiuiln-gtoii GnrdenH.''
By J. M. Barrle. Charles Scrlbner's
)I1S.
Tho olaborato publlcatlon of - utcr
an," piotured by Mr. Rackham, has
>re been reduced ln size and, con
ining tbo same valuable iliustralions,
jpears as an attractlve featuro ot
ie gift book output for t..is year.
othing can ho more hlghly rocom
onded than this publicatlon.
Pbc Way to Pence."
By Margaret Deland. Harpor &
ros.
A characteristlo book by an author
hose namo, indlcates tho quality of
hat may be expected ln a gift book
.?er her tlgnature. L-'rom liarpera
ive also come "Tama," by Onoto Wa.
na. a dellghtful Japanese romanco
icorated ln Japanese style, and "The
lventures of Torn Sawyer," by Mark
.valn. gotten out In red Christmas
ivers for tho beneflt of rcaders par
il to Mark Twaln's genius translatcd
to humor.
t'lie ChrlNtniON Augci."
By Alihie Farwell Brown, llougii
n Mlfftin Company.
A tonder llttlo Christmas Idyl wlth
vory real and human interest ln lt;
io thnt cannot fall to be an appro
iato gift from a frieiul desirous of
ndlng holiday suggestions ln n Uttle
,ok to a friend.
i Christmas Mystery."
Bv Wllllam .1. Loclte, .lobn Lane
impany.
Filled wlth the Christmas splrlt of
vo and gcunl wlll to mon and re
inding ono throughout of the journey
the wiso men' that ended at tho
adlo of the Chrlst, thls llttlo book
ono of tho vory best that has been
ilillshed thls season. lt is com
>nded to all doslflng whnt ls truly
mnieiii.oriuive of i Ihrlstmns hopo nml
Ith and do~iro.
ii- l.i.il.leu (.iilleiin."
fjoorgo II. Pora.ll Company. Ry Lucaa
Hot Uii .'i Malet has looked deoply
to human lii" and Into its hldden
manooa and dtsalluslons, "Tho Golden
lUonn" ls full ol' palln-.s, but il is also
11 of lieauly nn,l tcn.l.'rnoss. und ll
a. story thftt ciuiiiot fall lo interest
I who uro Ha, chrlst..nas rendors.
me CIii-InIiuhs Day in '?>?? Evening."
Do'.ihloday, Pago nml I'ompnny. Bv
iitu S. Kiuhmond, Those who ii;u.djiii
i"
?the place where you can get any kind of Slipper you may
ask for, and at nearly any price from $1.00 up?hut when
you selcct from my stock you know you have secured thc
hcst Slipper value to be had anywhcrc for thc money, and
that's why you should buy Christmas Slippers of mc.
For Men:
For Ladies:
Kid Solace.,$3.50
Willow Cavalier.$4.00
Jet Dongola Jumbo. ..$2.50
Kid Irving.$2.50
Kid Opera (dull brov.n)$3.00
Kid Opera (brown and
black).$2.00
Bath Slippers .$1.00
Men's Comfy.$1.50
Black Satin Muhls. .$3.00
Ladies' Comfy (brown,
red, black, blue).$1.00
Ladies' Comfy (purplc,
old rose, lilac, helio
tropc).$1.50
Fur-Lined Nullifyers .$1.00
Boudoir Slippers (all
eolors).$1.00
Carriage Shoes (fur
lined and trimmed). .$5.00
Children's Comfys,
75c and.$1.00
Seymour Sycle,
11 West Broad St. Next to J. B. Mosby & Co.
hc predecessor of thls book, "On
'hrlstmas Day ln the Morning," wlll bc
.terested to know thut the story of
ho Fernald fatjiily told ln thc former
?i contlnued In tho latter wlth a Chrlst
i;is evening servlce ln tho old church.
lK thls .servlce i- conducted in the
eal holiday splrlt, lt results In much
applncss and the healins of many
Iscords.
Molly Mnke-Hellev.."
The Century Company. By Eleanor
lallowefl Abbott. A love store, not an
rdinary one by any means. but a blt
r pure joy whleh any man or woman
.111 be tho better for reading. From
he same flrm haa been recelved "Son
y's Father," by Ruth McEnery Stuart.
.'ith fresh anecdotes of th Slmpklns
ille communlty, (julte a3 fasclnatlng,
s any that have been hitherto prlnted.
__._? /..ili-c lllrthdn., nook."
Baker Taylor Company. Ity Beat
Ice Baxter Ruyl. Thls ls a glft hnok
i Interest and charm, for from it a
oman or a man can flnd the star
mlor whlch thoy uro horn, the effect
I' tlie star on their tempcraments and
? -. tinlos. They ean alao, to a llniit
I extent. aseertain what dungor they
iiould avold and what plensuro they
lay enjoy at wlll. what faults they
iust set themselvei to conquer und
hat vlrtues are thelr natural hcrl
ige.
Mnry Ware in Tr-n-."
L. C. I'age Company, of Boston. By
iinic Fellows Johnston. The tenth
oHime iu the famous "Littlo Colonel"
ories, this book continucs the adven
jres of Mary Ware. to the delight of
II girls who havo dellghted from the.
eginning ln whatevor relatos to "The
ilttle Colonel," the most popular girl
ood hcrohio in Amerlcan llteraturo
j-day. Ono of thn most interesting
nd thrllllng features of thls latest
ooh ls thc announcement lu lt that
s author stlll has soinething to toll
bout "Tho Littlo Colonel" and her
?lends.
Fhe .Inrrled Life of the Frederlck
Carrolls,"
By .lesso Lynch Williams. Charles
crlbner's Sons, of New York. $l.r,0.
.lesso Lynch Wllllams Is chiefly known
>r Ktorles of newspaper and colloge
fe, told wlth much hunior and llght
itlrc. Ills new book, "The Married
lfe of the Frodorlo Carrolls"?a novol
lal boglns where most novols cud?
us just been publlshed by Charles
uribner's Sons.
in thls, the largest work that he has
ut forth?a work simllar ln qualltles
* style with carlicr writlnga such as
.he Stolen Story." yet far beyond
icm all In . .gtillicance?Mr. Williams
rltes ln tho splrlt of pure comedy,
it ia concerned wlth realltles. Ile
ms to presont the dlfllcultles and the
slllusioiimcnt, ot' a young married
?uple; tho pilsconceptlons, so unuec
isary but ior tradltlon, whlch glves
so to theso dlslllusionments, aud, be
md all, thc truo and sound and seretic
ipplness which llnally comes when
c flrst rapturcs and the later strug
es und cllsllluslontnohts are gone, and
homo ls established und there are
illdren. lfe tolls his story iu a po
illnrly lntlmate, almost Indulgent
annor, as lf ho woro glvlng tho ex
rlenco ln marrlago of two very real
ul. charmlng frlends?very human,
itiuti, both in faults and vlrtues,
Tlu- roatler follows thc Carrolls
roiigli a aorlos of progrosslvo anu
irly typlcal opISOdOS ot married UfO,
,d ua they progress thelr course be
me.s olearor, their marriage more ot
unlon; and ln showing ua this .Mr.
Illianis, stlll light of touch, has oul
no himself nndor the insptratioti of
.vinp; somotiiing really big to say.
lis is a hook that falrly seems to
diuto llght and cheerfulness.
ong? foi- tUo People,"
Bv Georgo Sand.-- Johnson. Broad
i..' Company, of N'ew York.
jii'. jolinson'a book or poerpa eou
hia ap autoblographloal el.otch ln
iich his gonealogy Ih gtvou and tiia
rposo in the publication of hla vei.e
?littoned.
Tho book eontains l-."i pagoa and is
led with pooms ot' ihe imaglnation,
nic in.pircd hy a love of nature and
her ; by a lovfl of, huiiuiuity. ln sonic
c note ni patriotism is struck nn?i iu
iu, ni. ploasures of n peaceCul exl.t
,c are e\iiiiie.i. lf om- wero catied
io make a c.holcy ln tlte -otleotton
irhaps ii would fall on the poem
llod "Hcyond the liea.au, \\ _.'."
whlch is full of the philosophy of rlght
.entiment and fine Imagery.
?-demolr* of u,.- War of src.spion."
By Johnson Hagood. Thc State Com?
pany, Columbla, S. C.
Thc author of these mcmoirs was a
hrip.idior-general in the service ot th.
IC'onfederaey, aftor ward comptvoiler-'
Kcneral and Governor of South Caro?
lina and, for many years, chalrman ot
the board of visitors in charge of the
State Mllitary Academy. Ile dlcd Jan-'
uary ., 1808.
ln tho introductlon to hls book h_
states the objuct ot his prepartng hl_
motnoira ln saylng: "It Is known that.
at tho close of the War ot Seccsston.,
the archlves of tho Confederate War
Department fell into the hands of the^
Unlted States government, and that*
Llebor, a renegade Southron. was em?
ployed to arrange them. In all nu-;
man probnbillty, under the manlpula
tion to whlch they have been and wnt*
bo subjected, when the future hls-'
toriaii-i obtain acecss to them?
'The very mother that them bore,
lf she should be in presence there,
She wlll not know her chlld.' "
A portrait of General Johnson servet.
as a frontlsplcce to his book. tli-'
mcmoirs begin wlth April 13, 1S61,1
whon he was ordered to report wlth!
hls reglment?thc Flrst Houth Caro-1
llna?to Charleston, and theneo to'
Morrla Island. As a prlvate in t.ia'
Palmotto Guard, ho fought at tho bat-'F
tlo of Bull Run and ManasS'as Plalns,'
and later, on the assembling of .....
reglnicnt at Summcrvllle, he returncit
from Vlrg.n,a and resumed command
of It. He was asslgned to tho com?
mand of posts on the Stono, wttii
hcadfiuartcrs- on Colc3 Island- ?? hen
hls reglment ro-enlisted, he. was.
iinanlmou. .y re-electod colonel.
Aftenward he was appointed to tha.
provost-mur. halshlp of Charleston. put'
In command of a temporary brlgade,'
promotcd to the rank of brlgadtcr
general. was asslgned to tho command
of James Island dlstrlct, and was
ordered to rolnforce Morrls Island.
Was -ommended for ability and gat
lantry in Goneral Beauregard's olticlal
report.
General Ilagood's mcmoirs are taken
from original iiianiiscrlpts and aro
edited by U. R. Brooka. Thoy enibody
tne oxperlence of a commander who,
servlng aa already Indlcated, was in a
position to see and know much of the
War uf S'ccession in tho South. es
peclally, that has not yet been told.
Rosters uf hls command, the narratlon
at pers-nal incideuts wlth history aud
i very complete Inde . rettder hls book
very complete.
lt wlll form a valuablo addltlon to
lhe records that wlll enable the his
torlan uf the future to bc fair, jusc
uni aceurate.
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