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Personal Tit!'', third dunce given by the Ulclt m?nd lorfuun . lub will lukt, place this im i iiin^ in int ball? room of tin- Masonic Tempi.i. The uc? Orations will be unusually attractive, and Colonel .)o laano Stern will lead. In Honor of Ills* llnrrlyoil. Mrs. It. II. Minis, y lias sent out In vltatlons for a theatre varly in honor of her niece, Miss Elslo Harrison, on 1'rlduy evening, January 13, l> wit? ness the lirst performance of Itlchnrd Carle In "jumping Jupiter." at tho Academy of Music. Miss Haiilson is um. of Hie most attractive young girls presented t>> Richmond society this ?winter, and much handsome entertain- I lug ha.- been incident to her "bringing j cut." Ten for lllss Robins. Mrs. Horace Wullford Jones, of j East Franklin .Street, was hostess of| a very pretty tea Saturday afternoon In honor of M?ss Polly Robins, who has! been spending several week* here with her mother, Mr". Sully Nelson Robins. Mrs. Well fort] received In a gown of black Crepe meteor, with diamond ornaments and wore a corsage bouquet of English violets. Miss Kohlns wore black satin, trimmed In chiffon and let. mid Mrs. J. .1. Montague, who also i o celvcd wjth Mrs. Jonas, w'orc ;? frock cf blue crepo de chine with a bouquet of lilies of tin -.alley Mrs. .Sally Nelson Robins and Mrs. Leake presided at the lea table. Which was ornamented with a howl ?>f reil flowers. I tod carnations in a silver vase also decorated the table in the (Pnlng room, where Mrs. John j-'arland served eggnog M'sites Jen pie Warwi'k. H?ge. Defebvro, Mrs. VJrglnlus Itandolph Hhaokclford, <if Orange, and Ml BO Katie Hogc also as? sisted In doing the honors of the ob? en slon. Or Interest Here. Among the numerous ante.nuptial af? fairs given f,,r Mis.- Mary It-, itcr, -ghOSC marriage to William II. White, Jr.. sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. II white, of thi* cite, -.ill take place at 6 o'clock AVednesday evening. January 11. In the 1'lrst Presbyterian Church, Norfolk, ?was a luncheon Saturday at tire Coun? try Club of that c|t>. Miss Mary |t;,y lor was hostess of the affair, and coi - ers were laid for eight guests. Deco? rations Here In white ami cold. Those present were: Miss Royaler. ?Irs. William S. Itoyster, Mrs Richard 1?. Cooko, MISS Ccoolla Woods, of Savannah. Ca.: Miss Margare.l Ruy lor. of flalelgh, N. C : Miss Emma Sold on 4 Continents iPiiiHii Tine. iHamon?s TAxtistlc Tflewelry yiicl) (Tut (Blass Sterling Silverware lUuitittie-u and Prcej Fumiiii-d en Requeit. (Bait t&ro. I ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY j Jewellers, Silre-imilhl, Stationen WASHINGTON. D. C Heaters at 20% Discount Jones Brothers & Co., 14!S East Main Street A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf | "The best bread you ever tasted." Wrapped in waxed paper?not touch? ed by human hands until it Is served on your table. 6c. nt Yonr Grocer'*. AMERICAN UREA I) AM? BAKING CO, S. 8, 10, IS! B. Eeluli Street. 1 FURNITURE COMPANY I SPECIAL SALE 1429 E. Main St. 117 W. Broad St. g Miller Manufacturing Co., Inc., South Richmond, Va., Sash, Doors and Blinds MILL WORK. Contractors and builders should have our prices and estimates when figuring on any kind of building con? struction. Costs nothing; worth a lortune to sin? tering humanity. "Blue Line to Health" jtells all about the famous Rexall Reme? dies. Write for a copy. POLK MILLER'S j The I^SSlI Store Richmond, Va. ]t is better not to be without Butter Nut Bread NOLDE BROS. ELECTRIC Shoe Shine 726 East Main Street. Last Day of Rummage Sale at 103 E. Broad Street. Everything to be sold to? day, regardless of price. . He on hand early ami gel first pick. :_?__ _?.jjjjj-?_. Gray White, of Richmond, and Miss Alice Kelly. vi Hum llnll. Mr. und Mrs. Thomas Nelson I'iisc Mrs. Allen Pntts und Misses Sarah and Itoberiu llivnillton were among th" guests at ihr hunt ball given ?t tho Chevy Chase Club Friday evening. The Washington Post of Saturday contains the following account of the affair: ?'une of the most brilliant and pic? turesque halls of the winter was the hunt ball given lust night at the Chevy Chase < !ui>. with a cotillion In which about I in couples danced, many 01 the men wearing pink coats. Tho j clubhouse was decorated In green arid red. and the Marine Hand, under Lieutenant Sjantclmunii, played for tho dancing and during the llrsl supper, Served at midnight, a scries of old English hunting Hongs, Including 'Brink, Puppy, Brink,' 'D'ye Ken. .lohn Peel-' and 'a Southerly wind and a Cloudy Sky,' was given. "Mr:-. Moore. wlte of Clarence' Moofe, master of hounds, received for the ball committee with Cist Blair, president of the club. Mrs. Moore wore a gown of white satin, trimmed with exquisite black and white lace. The cotillion was b d by William C. Mar- | row. assisted by George Howard und! Frederick lluldckopcr. The favors were red carnations and horseshoes of | Mowers, red Bussln leather card case.*, stamped with the name of the club I and date of the ball; trays for the toi? let table, with old English prints uf Built ills; scones In the bottom; ash j trays, with hunting scenes In the bot? tom, crystal paper weights, with i-linilar hunting scenes, and calendars containing a gay hunting picture." ItrtiirnM lo \i-h York. l?i. Ma\ Eastman, of New York, who left the city Saturday night, gave a talk in tiie auditorium of the Medical College Of Virginia at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning to the student body of that colli ge and oilier Kichmond in i lltullnns. Br, Eastman was Introduced to his audience by l<r. Christopher Tompklns, the dean of the college, and was heard with itre.-it interest and attention. Af? ter the lecture was concluded lie met a great many of the students who came forward to greet the lecturer personalty, Through the courtesy of Mrs. John Dunn, Or. Eastman while here, was given an opportunity to see the fine portrait of ?he poet Shelley, painted by William Wet. which now hangs In the Dunn home. 311 East Franklin Street. I.Nsncnii-ni Announced. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Ilouglas Christian; formerly of Richmond, but now of Itocky Mount North Carolina. an? nounce lh.- engagement of ihe|r daugh? ter.'Ida Moni--, to Hoy Clare Sproat. of McKcesport. Pa. The wedding will be celebrated ver.v quietly some time In March. Miss Christian I* a niece of Judge- George I. Christian, of this, city, and prominently related through- j out the State. I iincernlnn Vir?. Sv*rnn?un. Mrs. Claude a. >wanson attended the ball given last Monday night by the formet American consul to London and Mrs. Hoher! .1. Wynne, to prcfcTTt their | daughter, Miss Ruth Wynne, to Wash? ington society- Mrs. Swnnson was gowned in yellow satin with an over dress of lace and wore a corsage bou i|Uct of orchids. ?Innre nl Ihr .fcffrritiin. By far the prettiest of the annual germans given by the Qmlcro'n Club of. the Virginia Polytechnic Institute was! the dance at the Jefferson Hotel lust Tuesday night. Over live hundred pennants. representing practically every college in the*-East, w ere strung around and across the ballroom, and the club's large Omicron Gamma.Gnm ma banner was suspended above tho palms banked around the Blase. H. M. MOGowan King led dancing with Miss Nellie Price Morton, and was assisted by James Harrison Ratter white, presi? dent of the club. Favors for tho girls were Am,?rlc.in Beauty roses, and for the men. small cltih pepnnhts on canes. Among those dancing were: Cadet .1. 11. Katterwhlte, with Miss Mamie Pilklnton; Cadet D'Arcy Morton, with Miss Sarai) Starke; <"adet W. T. Dub liey, Jr.. with Miss Evans: Cadet Cieorge Berkeley, with Miss Marguer? ite Mayo, of Blackshurg; Cadet John Winston, with Miss Clarke, of Ala? bama: Cadet W. M OodSOIl. witii .Miss Janle Gaines: 'Cadet W. II. Jackson, with Miss Margaret DeJnrnctte; Cadet .1. W. C. Catlell. with Miss Lottie Ruf fln, of Hanover: Cadet C Welslger, witii Miss Ellen Uadford. of Forest va.; Cadet W. P. Moss, with Miss Glazchrook; Cadet John l.arcw, with Miss Emily Wade: Cadet Buford P.o.se. with Miss Kathleen Cregory; Cadet At wcll. with Miss Emily Fitzgerald: Cadet Montgomery Blair, with Miss Blair; Cadet L. II. F.nsloy. with Mis- Mildred f.efew: Cadet .1. W. Faul coner. with Miss Robinson': Cadet Cy? rus I la nk Ins. with Miss A*lvey: Cadet I'. Q. Wlngfleld. with Miss Horner: Cadet Burke, with Miss Fannie Brown: Cadet Paul, with Miss Beattle: Cadet F. P. Benson, with Miss Florence Nor Heet; Cadet Harris, with Miss Nan No? ble; Cadet F II Legge, with Miss FltS acrnld; Cadet John Watkins. with Miss Marina l>abney; Cadet 15. M- Cox, with Miss Moon: Cadet ?'.'. Paul, with Miss Bryan: Cadet Eskrldge. with Miss Nan Pierce: Cadet Syfon. with Miss Rowe; Cadet C T. Henley, with Miss Henley: Cadet Cooper, with Miss Hop? kins: Cadet Peasley. with Miss Juliet Anderson: Cndet T. T. Peake. with Miss Shields; Cadet Hargrove, with Miss Hargrove: Cadet M. Crocker, with Miss Mills: Cadet E: A. Ishell, with Miss Thaw. The chaperons were: Mr. and Mrs. Ambler Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Howe. Mrs. McClellah, Mrs. Ellen Mor? ion. Mrs. .Tames King. Mrs. Dodson, of Norfolk; Mis? Tmdson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dabne.v. Mr. and Mrs. Wcislgnr. Mrs. Julien Rnflln. of Hanover. Tho stags included J. IT, Bell, D. II. Martin, Henry Tyler. At the Woman's Club. Owing to' Illness, nr. Metcslf will not be able to deliver his lecture be? fore the woman's Cliib this afternoon as has been announced, and there will be a social meeting front I to 8 o'clock Instead. The meeting of the Literary Clnss on Wednesday afternoon will be omit? ted. The. second series of the club dnnc Ing classos will comment o January 19. .Alt rninihorji. jtt tua.^uih risslrio.tr... to. join these classes arc asked ti> register, their tin men as soon tis pn*!iihle. Meetings Tii.llny. Thn board of managers of the Shci terlng Arms Free Hospital will hohl' their annual meeting to-day at \i noon at the hospital. Annual reports will be read nnd election of ofllcern I held. A lull attendance Is desired. Tin: Helping Circle of tho King's Daughters will meet this afternoon u| 1 o'clock in Ilm home of Miss Vlrgi; Gary, 2S0 North Twenty-second Street. ! "St. Jolin'i^Clrcle of the King's Daugh-| lora will also meet Hits afternoon. The meeting will he held In the- home of Mrs. Kotiert Currlc, 2xoa [Cast Grace Street, at 1:30 o'clock. All tneiubers are asked to he present. Important .Meeting. According to constitutional require? ments the meeting of the Richmond Chapter, United Daughters of iti'o Con? federacy, for the hearing of annual reports and the payment nf dues, will be held Wednesday, January II. In Ltso Camp Hall at ii o'clock. The incct'iiu win i,e uf unusual Importance in view of the fact that arrangements for the V. I). C. convention, to iheel in Rich? mond next November, will he begun, as they must be entirely perfected be? fore the meeting In June "f this year, when the chapter adjourns for Lite summer. All members are urged to be pre-cut at 'this meeting. In and 'tut of Town. Miss Katherlne CO* Bryan, of Louis? ville, K>\. Is the guest of Mrg. Cub ningham, at the'Chesterfield. Mrs. Itobert Bland and Mrs. .lame? Riddle, of Petersburg, are visiting Mrs. Alfred Withcrspoon In this elty. Mrs. Hertha I'. Rlanton continue.: qultn I" at the home- of her sister, Mrs. R. W. s. itaiicy. in Newport News. Miss Iris Snead has returned to Rick tnond, after a month s stay in Colum j bus. O. Miss Marie Baldwin, of Baltimore, Is in Richmond to attend tin- Brown Dodeou ?eddlng to-morrow evening. Dr. Herbert Lewis has returned to the city after a visit to relatives nejr Culpepcr, \ a. Misses Susie Robinson and Kstelle IIa nllng. of Petersburg, are visiting friends In this city. Peyton Rowe, of Richmond. Is the guest of relatives in l-'rcderlcksburg. Va. SliSseS Klizaheth Stratton and Halite Morris have returned to Gordonsvllltj after spending a few days in Rich? mond. Captain and Mrs. T. b. RsnSOll and son. who liave. been the guests 'of friends here, have returned to staun ton. Mrs. Charles W. Goldsborotigh mid her daughter, Miss Henrietta Golds borough, of Loesburg, are visiting Mr. and Mrs Llewellyn McVeigh, in tnls city. The Mi'ses Coleman have been re? cent guests of Miss Buckner, at her home in Ashland ?Mrs. Vlrglnlus It. Shuckelford. of ilranne, Va., Is .-periling u few days with friends In Richmond, Miss folly Robins returned to New! York last night, where she will lie for' I the remainder of the winter. Miss Vandergrlft, of Gloucester, will be the guest of Mr.-;. -lohn 1'arland j here for several weeks. Heavy Lous l.v l ire. I .-"oeclal to The Times-1 ilspatch.] Wilson N. Ci, January s.?The largo plant of the Bryant Lumber Company here was almost destroyed by 'tire last night. When discovered tin- flames had made such headway that the main building was doomed, but two dry kilns and much lumber were saved. The loss ?111 amount to about 116,000, partly Insured. The company will re? build at once. V. M. C. A. Ik lloiii.nl. I Special to The Tlmvs-Dispatch. 1 Suff.dk. Va.. January S.?The homo of tin- Suffolk Young "Men's Christian Association was robbed last ntght. th? thief escaping with ?G.40, secured from the oflice desk, which was forced open. The jobber apparently sought only cash. In the apartment of Lester Brad Shaw, a roomer, two watches were taken from his trunk, hut were left unharmed on the dresser. Entrance, was through the cellar. Neither Rov. B. F. Black, the secretary, nor bis assistant was In. No arrest has been made, but the police have suspicions. The grand jury of No&sCtnond Cir? cuit Court, which eonvtaries Monday, will be especially chat^.-d by Judge McLemere as to" thrusting the probe into 11<iiioi- violations. Commonwealth's Attorney B?rge? has drawn some in? dictments in blank, and true bills arc expected, THOUGHT SHE'D NEVER GET UP But Lady in Cbriesman, Who Went to Bed With This Idea, Has Changed Her Mind Chricsman, Tex.? In a letter from this place, Lillic Gibson says: "About three years ago I was just entering womanhood and was sick in bed for nearly nine months. 1 took medicines from four dot tors, but it didn't help me. Sometimes I would ache all over, and I would have such a headache 1 bad to go to bed.. I was in n b,id fix, and that is all there is to it. 1 thought 1 would try Cardui. Now I am cured of all my troubles, and I shall praise Cardui as long as I live. My sister saitl I never would gel well, but now I ant perfectly well, and I am thankful for what the medicine did for me." Cardui is made from strictly vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the. wo? manly organs, stimulating them to do their proper work, relieving pain and re? storing health. Arc you weak, tired, worn-out? Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women.' Cardui has a record of more than fifty years in relieving just such troubles. Will you try it? N. B.^?Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Ttnn., for Special Instructions and 6-i-pagc book, ' Home Treatment for Wuiucn," bcjH w Elain.,wr^rn2^-^in^ YOUTH WILL HAVE | AN EARLY TRIAL Case of John Anderson Will Be Mcard in Court at Cliar lottcsville. FRUIT GROWERS BUSY They arc Preparing for Kiftccnth Animal Convention in Roanokc. LSpeclal to Tho TImes-Dtspatch.] Winchester, Va., January 8.?John Anderson, an orphan, will not have to spend the balance of the winter, spring and early summer in the Winchester Jail for selling a brass handle and door plate lie removed from one of the doors of the new post - oillee In this city. Itev. w. i>. .Smith, rector oi Christ Protestant Episcopal Church', In? terested himself In the hoy's behalf, with the result that Judge Henry Clsy JlcOowell, of Lyiichburg, who presides over the United Slates Court for the Western Olstrlcl or Virginia, directed that Anderson be taken lo Charlottes villo for trial ut a term of the court to l"' convened there to-morrow morn itus. and Anderson has been tsk'-n to Chralotlesvlllc hy Deputy .Marshal John D. Hogers, of Staunton. Mho hoy's ease has attracted widespread Interest and sympathy, and It Is cx pected that the court will commit hfm to a reform school. It was the inten? tion of Olstrlcl Attorney Harnes Ull Icspie not to take up Anderson's caso until next June, ut llarrlsonburg-. A large number of Winchester and Frederick county fruit grower.- have left tor Koanoke to attend the llft'ecnth annual convention of the Virginia Hor? ticultural Socletv, which win be held liiere tills week. The last meeting was held in Winchester. The local fruit growers have shipped over 100 boxes and about thirty barrels of choice apples to lie entered in tile competition for prizes at tin- fruit show to lie held in connection with the convention, and a larxe sign, six by ten feet, made of Newtown pippins and red lien Davis apples by t?. It. Haines, was also taken to Bo-moke. The apples In Ihe sign make up the wordc:. ' Virginia Apples.' Joseph Thornberry ami Lewis Pear? son sustained serious injuries a day or two ago. When a scaffold on which they were working In the new boiler-room ol the (ilalzo planing mill roll sud? denly. Both men were burled under tile debris, and had to be dug out. They were removed lo their homes, and are under the care of physicians. Both, however, will recover. The series of week of prayer ser? vices closed to-night in Market Street Methodist episcopal Church with a large union meeting. In which all the local ministers of Protestant churches ptirtli Ipatcd. The sermon on "The Brotherhood of ilan" was preached by llev. J. \?. Ouffcy, pastor of Braddock Street Methodist' Episcopal Church, South. An offering was received I or the American Bible Society, a report j showed that since the Laymen's Mis? sionary Movement was organized here, iass than a year ago. tue churches have made unusually large contribu? tions to foreign missions. Mrs. Gertrude a. Darr, wife of Charles Monroe Darr and daughter of Iho late John Bitter, of Winchciter, died on Friday evening at her home in Martinsburg, \\. Va-., from a com? plication of diseases, nged thirty-six years. Mic leaves her husnand. mother, four children, three brothers and one sister. Her remains will be Interred in this city on Monday. At the marriage of Miss Ethel May i'oley. daughter of Moses I'oley. n well known farmer of Clarke, county, lo Luther Broaddus. of Chattanooga. Tenn., Which took place at the honio of the bride's father, near Berryville, .-.everal days ago, the ceremony was performed by the groom's fai.icr. Dr. Julian Brnaddus, pastor of tho Berry vllio Baptist Church. After a Northern trip, the young couple will live In Chattanooga, Work is being pushed rapidly on the new Berryville theatre building, which is being ere.etcd in the heart of tho seat of Clarke county. The bututting is now under roof, and it is planned to have the formal opening on the night of Washington's birthday?February Friction which has been dormant for the past year between the members of the Common Couiu-^1 and the Board of Trustees of Hie Hundley Filnd came to the fore again ihe other day, when, after a long silence, the board decided to submit a report to the Council, but. as explained by the president. Major Holmes Conrad, merely to comply wttn the act of the General Assembly re? quiring the board lo make on annual report to tile Council* Members of the Council were startled by some of the Heins In the financial report, which showed, among other things, that John Wagoner not only acted as Ihe repre? sentative of Architect Stewart Barney in the erection of the llandley Memo? rial Library, hut that he was a clerk and also employed to supervise some grading about the. building, for winch lie received over ? 1.200. The. Council appointed a special commit too to take Charge of all the books of tho trustees and make a thorough investigation of its affairs, with a v'ew of getting at the bottom of (Jin ivii.de mailer. The llandley Library, one of the hand? somest buildings of ihe kind in the South, was built by the Mankin Con struct ion Company, of Richmond, and although completed and in charge of a janitor, it has not as ye< I.-en formally opened. Th ? body of Christopher W. Singh isr.. postmaster at Springfield, Hampshire county, w. v.i.. who waa instantly killed hy a Baltimore and Ohio Ball rood express train last week, was brought lo Winchester n few days sine,- and Interred In Mount Hebron Cemetery. Ho was crossing toe main lino track, after receiving a pouch oi mall from the Romncy train, and his view of the main track was obscured. A fast train struck him a glancing blow on flic head and killed him In? stantly. Ho was fifty-six years old and leaves a family, lie was a momber of tho Masonic fraternity and tho South? ern Methodist Church, and was born and reared in Clarke county. Rev. A. C. Wicand, widely known In the Valley, of Virginia as a teacher o: Bible schools of the Church of the Brethren, writes from Jerusalem to tho effect Ihfat a parly of missionaries headed by himself recently had a nar? row escape from being killed by a crowd of Bodouins in the. Holy Land, Und. thftLi^t;y,o.w.o..ihoir. UVfiB-^a-lrAtit Tell the Men in the house, Father, Brother, Husband or Son that Seymour Sycle is selling PINE $5.00 MEN'S SHOES FOR 11 WEST BROAD STREET. of friendly Aral)?, among whom they had been working as missionaries. The Jlcdouins held them up four times in one day. and the last crowd, finding them without much of value, doeldad to put them to death, when the friendly Arabs overpowered and routed the In? truders, ttev. Mr. Wieand and the mem? bers of his party, including his wife. Charles Knscmblae, Miss Uettle Studner and \Y. R. Miller anil wife, finally suc? ceeded In reaching Jerusalem without further molestation. Joseph McLaughlin, night operator for the Cumberland Valley Railroad, at Carlisle, obtained a pass to conic to Winchester on a visit to frienWs the oth?r day, but it turns out that he and Miss Mcllnda Shil.ver. of Mount Holly Springs, wont only as far as HagCrs town, wnerc they were married by Rev. K. K. Thomas. The local optionlsts have invaded Martinsburg, which has for years been regarded as one of the strongest "wet" places In West Virginia, and have suc? ceeded in inducing the City Council to raise the city retail license from $2.50 to SI.one a year, the same as charged Cut full and well made, neat patterns; a great PA value at. vuC A few more dozen left of those superb Pajamas that we're selling for SI.00, all trimmed with silk froRs; all pretty. patterns. Suits, Dress Goods, Wash Goods and Lace Curtains at special prices to-day. Mineral Spring Water Is Stocked In Richmond by Owens & Minor Drug Co. PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton. N. C. Sutherland & Cherry Special?Odds and ends In Furniture, Iron Beds, Mattings, Stoves, etc. Cheap tv close them out, 810 east ii ho ad PIANO TUNING Repairing. Voicing and General Overhauling. Let us estimate for you. Phone-Madison 6606. CRAFTS Fifth and Grace Streets. Sample Shoe Sale: NOW ON $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes Porter's Specialty Shoe Store, "17-"H> North "Fifth Street. 'jg% .TBi AMERICAN ANDmEITrOPBaN awbdr the best ' ^sirmr^m\^^~^ by the State. The people have no legal right to veto on the question ,if license or no license, hut the Council will prob? ably eaii an election to determine the sentiment. The power to grant or re fuso Meente rests with the Council 01 tin- County Court. Tliree mammoth petitions havo been sent to the Council Friends hero have received news of the death of Airs. Ellen WlUoiighby Campbell, widow of Dr. .lohn It. H. Campbell, of Cumberland, Md.. which occurred last week at her home In Bal? timore, at the age of seventy-seven years, lief remains were Interred at Cumberland, Md. Mrs, Campbell was the mother of Dr. .lohn Campbell, el Athen'--, Ca., whose wife was formerly Miss Mossle. Hunter, daughter of Major Hubert W. Hunter, of Winchester. - .lohn Pannett, member of an old and well-known English family, died litst week on his farm at Mlddlewiiy, Jef? ferson county, from illness incbbuit Id advanced age. He was eighty years old and unmarried. His remains were brought to Winchester for burial In Mount Hebron Cemetery. OPEN CONFERENCE FOR RECIPROCITY Representatives of United States and Canada Meeting in Washington. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] J Washington. January 8.- The. nego? tiations for reciprocity between Can? ada and the United Stales were opened yesterday at the state Department by distinguished representatives ?f both governments. The United States officials in interest are Secretary of State Philander C. KnoN and Messrs. Chandler, Anderson, i'appcr and Osbornc, of the State De? partment. The Canadian commission? ers are the Hon. W. S. Fielding, Min? ister of Finance, mid the Hon. William Patefson, .Minister of Customs. After the conference the following stute mcnt was jointly Issued as a warning to the press: "'it was decided that no statements unuld he given to the press until the results of the negotiations; should be? come tlellnlle. Thereupon an authori? tative statement will be Issued Jointly by representatives of both govern? ments and will he issued through the Dopui'lincnt of Stale. Meanwhile, any? thing purporting to he Information as to the progress of the negotiations will he mere speculation of individual writers and the negotiators will not feel called upon to conlirm or deny anv such reports." The Canadian commissioners were received and welcomed at the While House yesterday by the President, who exnreSsod the hone that the negotia? tions would proceed speedily to mi amicable adjustment. The present proceedings itre due largely lo the personal interest which the President look In the subjects lust summer when lie arranged for a re? opening of negotiations which had lagged indefinitely. The President met Mr. Fielding in Albany last March, and it was to thai conference that can he traced Hie present activity. A great many members of tin- Mouse and Sena.- are deeply interested In this conference nt the State Depart? ment, and it is very probable that obstacles will be presented where lo? cal interests are concerned, but they are nut so large as to be insurmounta? ble in the opinion of the American of? ficials. The President will give a state din? ner to the Canadian OMlclnls on Wed? nesday night. He invited Lord tirey and 1'romler l.uurier to attend that dinner, but It was learned to-day ttiat these officials would be obligated to at? tend tin- opening of the Canadian Parliament on that day. and have expressed their regrets for their In? ability to accept the President's Invi? tation; ELOPING HABIT I Gets Three Wives in Runaway Matches and Is Now After His Fourth. I iSpcclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 New York. January S.?Charles i: l.iruiumotid. millionaire in his own right, and mil of the multimillionaire tobacco manufacturer of si. l.ouls, Is ; hiding In New York, and it Is believed that a young woman with whom he eloped front St. l.ouls is with him. Mls? Agnes McClannhon, n St, l.ouls stenog? rapher, lo whom ?Drumint>hd had been Very attentive, has not been seen bv her friends; in that city since the dav Mrummond left there. Only five d-fliya ago Drummnud was lined $600 in St. l.ouls for bigamy and paroled mi his promise never to touch llutior in st l.ouls, and never to marry again without being legally divorced. He already has been twice divorced und Is now married to a third wife. [ "ftYhcu LiLUmiuoad unlved lu ..New. V?rie h? wiis accompanied hy a. young Woman and a- man who gave the name of Logan. As they left the train, Lo? gan and the young woman walked In Ironl. with Prutnmnnd, looking pnlu and fatigued, a step behind them, Drummond, when llrst uccosled by a. man who knew him, did not try to I deny his identity, but later denied em? phatically that he waa Drummond. I When asked why he was In New Vnrk. he stammered, hesitated, and then, breaking away, jumped into it Itaxlcab in which Iiis two companion already wer?! seated and was driven away. The Instructions to the chauf? feur were to drive to tho Motel .As? ter, but Hie party was not registered there. I Drummond has been married threo 'times. ea.eli time as the result, of an j elopement. His last marrlago was 'less than a month ago, when he went through the ceremony in a St. Louis rathskeller with Miss Helen Vance. His first wife was Miss Marie Hin? gen, with whom he eloped In IS'.iK. He was twenty rears old then, and bin bride was a school girl. In December. 1909, Mrs. Drummond sued for divorce, [alleging that Drummond drank to ex? cess, gambled and neglected her and their children. She also said she was [hypnotized when ?he married him. Her [decree was granted, and less than a 'month later Drummond eloped with [Charlotte Heute and married her at ! Clayton. She left him after four weeks, and she also alleged hypnotism. I He had not been divorced from hor ! when he married Miss Vance. This last marriage was the cause of ids arrest, oil a charge of bigamy. It developed later that Miss Vance's right name was Charlotte Vincent, and that she knew Drummond was married when the ceremony was performed, i ? $100,000 Furniture Sale I NOW ON J?RGENS' Entire stock reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. Special Suit and Fur Values AT Baylor-Yarborough Co.'s, 207 Rast Broad Street CHARLOTTE. C. H.. VA.. Sept. 27. 1910. "I Know Milam to be a reliable medicine. It has done good to me and others 1 know." Rev. R. L. McNAlR. HAVE YO U SEliN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit & Co.'s? This May Manton Shoe in all Leathers. Parrish Bros. 21 W. Broad Removal Sale Now On " Little Broadway, 212 North Fifth Street.