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Persona]' MAJOR JAMBS H. DOOLEY was liosl iit (Kurier last evening at Ii I m handsome country place, "Maymont," In honor of Arthur Glns gow, of London) Bngland, who is spending some, time with relative:-. in Richmond. The table was arrange 1 In long ovals of pink roses and lllle-s of the valley, and the caudles were shaded in rose and silver. Covers wor>i laid for sixteen guests, and those pres? ent included Major Dooloy, Mr. Glas? gow, Judge Li. I*. Lewis. Judge James Keith, floury W. Anderson, George \V, Stevens, Docatur Axtoll, Frederick William Scott, John Kcrr Branch, Al? ston Cabell. W. Cordon McCabo, John Skelton William;;. Charles Davenport and Henry Bask-crville. Arrive Here Saturday. Mr. rind Mrs. Lucian Cockc and tbelr daughter, Miss Mary Stuart Cocke, of fl?anoke, will arrive in Richmond Sai urday morning In their private cat. They will attend the Dallam-West wedding, which takes place thai even? ing In Holy Trinity Church at <) o'clock. Mrs. Cocke and Miss Cocke will leave town Monday for New York where they will ho the guests of Miss Helen Glenn for several weeks. Aute-Nup.tlnl AITntrai A great deal of handsome entertain? ing hap been incident to the marriage of Miss Mary Royster and William 11. White, Jr. which will take place this ? \ oning In Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. William Stamps Roy? ster entertained Monday evening at Ti beautifully appointed dinner at the Moiltlcello Hotel. The table was deco? rated with a mound of j ink roses, car? nations and ferns, and the candles were In pink. Miniature bridal couples were used as place cards, slid Cover? were 1 11? I for sixteen. Tho?e present were Miss Rovstcr. Miss Phoebe \. -ther woil, of Chester. Pa.; Miss Margaret Roylan, of Raleigh, N. C . Mis- Woods, or Savannah, <!a.; Ml.?s Alice Kelly Mlrs Mary Baylor. Mr. and Mrs. Rich? ard P. Cooke. W II. White. Jr.. C Wiley Grariby, Jr.. Charles Hunter. Mrs P.. ?. Lee Taylor. Robert Tunstall. Washington Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Royster. Miss Lucre t la DeJarnette entertained st a c'hartnlnn luncheon Monday III honor of Miss Mary Royster. T he table Wat beautifully arranged with narcis? sus and maidenhair lerns. The place cards wer/; ornamented with sprays of natural orange blossoms ami tied with mallne. Those enjoying Miss De.lar notte's hospitality were Miss Royster. Mrs. R. D Cooke, Mrs. W. S Royster, Miss Marnaret Uoylan, of Raleigh: Mis-: Alice Kelly. Miss Phc-bo WethorHl, of Chester. Pa , and Ml.-;- Cecelia Woods, Used For Generations "Artistic ISfe-wlry 3\tcl) Cut (Biass Sterling Silverware. PJuitrttieet mr.d Pricej Furaiih^d on Rc^uest ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY Jewellers, Silyenaihhs, Stationers WASHINGTON. D. C. ELECTRIC uooa as iae Wanr;. Virginia Made F. W. Dabney & Co. Try a Pair To-Day Direct Action Gas Ranges Have No Equal Sold Only by9 Ryan5 Smith & Co. Guaranteed Shoes, $3.50 HAVE YOU bEE.N" THE New Method Gas Ranges j ? AT Pettit &Co.'s? TEN AMERICAN AKDaF.nROPEVi AWMiDJ V3I THE BEST , ?fJEVEHTCJESL Linen With *-,'*ft or laundered cuffs and stiff detachable collar, three styles to choose from; regular St.SO fl*| fkA values; special to-day <J)AoUU or Savannah, Ga. Gregor) ?Till ?i llcr. A very quiet wedding tcok place at 304 Rowland Street, the home of the In hie, last Satin day moriilng, when Miss .(?IIa C. TulWilor and CS. V. Greg? ory were married. The Rev. William H. Hull performed the ceremony, and after a short wedding trip Mr. and .Mrs. Gregory will he at home at 2017 Park Avenue, In this city, Mrs. Greg? ory Is a daughter ?jf Mrs. Josslc Tut wller, of Richmond t)f Interest Here. The engagement Is announced of Miss Mary Kuhn Harris, of I la uiptun, Devon, Pa., to Joseph Jenkins Dee. of Nccdlewood Forest. Frederick, Md. Miss Harris la a niece of William Harris, of Baltimore, ami <.'. Hartman Kuhn, at Philadelphia. Mr. Dee Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Dontiell Dec, and was formerly in the diplo? matic service. He belong.! to the fa- I mods l.ee family of Virginia, and the announcement Is of much interest to society hi this State. Card Party In Asblnnd. Miss Ethel Howard entertained at bridge whist Monday evening at her home in Ashland, Va Miss Howard's guests for the evening were: Misses Dlllluii Daly. Peachy Fleet, .Edith While, Messrs John Field, of Rich? mond ; Edward Howard, Fttrhugh w bile and Baltalle White. Iliihhnrtl?Kflinartln. Th. marrlagi of Mis-- Martha A, Kllmurtln, of Washington, and Roland T. ilubbard, of Richmond, was cele? brated Mpbday at noon In Alexandria. Rev. William .1. Morton, rector of Christ Episcopal Church, officiating. Attend? ing the bride were Mrs. William S. Madcrt and Miss Harriet K lima ft In. Mrs Ilubbard Is a daughter of Robert C. Kllmarttn, of Inalcslde Ter iace, who for a number ot years has been private secretary to Senator Thomas Martin, of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Hubbar.l left Immediately after the ceremony for n Southern wedding trip, and on their return will make their home in Richmond. At Country Place. Mr. and Mrs. Archer Jones and fam? ily have recently irt.ved Into their vr\v country home. "Cdverly." In Ame? lia county. Va.. whcr? they will spend the remainder of the winter Mr. and Mrs. Joner formerly resided at 409 Fast Cory Street, Richmond. In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jay Gordon arid Mr. and Mrs. Bradford G. Hath? away left the city yesterday for a shorr Stay In New York City. Later In th* j week they will sail for the Bermuda Islands, where they expect to spend some time, ((tend* Illnnrr. The Assistant Secretary of State and; Mm. Huntington Wilson entertained at .1 dinner Monday night at their home: In Washington, In honor of the Otto-i man ambassador. Youssouf Zla Pacha, and the Italian ambassador and Mar-! chess Cusanl. The other guests were1 the Secretary to the President and Mrs Charles Norton, P.epresrntatlve Ollletr.; Representative and Mrs. Dongworth. Representative and Mrs. Parsons, the.: Third Assistant Secretary of State sind Mrs Chandler Hale. Miss Mabel Board-j man. and Miss Christian, of RlchmonJ., Stny-nt-Home Whist Club. The Stay-at-Home \Yhlst Club mot1 on Monday evening at tiie residence of; Mrs. S. W. Travel.-. 6*2 West Franklin Street. Fiv? tables were engaged, and the highest score was made by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cannon. The club will hold Its next meeting at Mrs. Walter K. Martin's home, 214 North Shafer Street. Chnngr In rtehrnTsnls. The rehearsals of the Musical Art Society will h* held regularly on Wed? nesdays. Instead of Thursdays, as for? merly. The society Is preparing a per? formance of Handel's "Messiah." which will he given some time in February. Members are asked to note the change In rehearsals. Merl This Afternoon. The executive committee of the Richmond Education Association will r. eel this afternoon at 4:13 o'clock In the John Marshall High School. Room Mil. All members are asked to attend this meeting. Y. \Y. C. A. Concert. The rally g'lven at the Young Wo men's Christian Association Monday evening was largely attended, and the entertainment of the evening unusual? ly Interesting and attractive. Suppet was served the guests at the conclu? sion of the program by Mrs. S. M Bishop an? Mrs. Austin Brocken brough. of the educational committee. In and Out of Town Mrs, Mann has returned to the Ex? ecutive Mansion after visiting rela? tives in Petersburg. .Jr. and Mrs. Frank F. Rronson are the guests of Mrs. W. U Bronson, at | 111 Allen Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. lllram Smith have, re? turned to the city, after sp-o.iil.ng the] week-end v Ith relatives In Fre ."orlcka uttrg. Miss I.ettio Woods, who has been] visiting her sister. Mrs. William J. Ruckcr, In Chicago, has returned to| Iho University of Vliginia. Miss Mary Cole, of this city. Is the | guest of Mrs. McMurran, at nor horn"! ? li Newport News. If, M. Ed dins has reti-rned to Char lotttsvlllo, after visiting his mother in this city for a few days. C. D. Danghorne and family, of Groenwood, Va.. are in Richmond for | the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Luclan Oocke will ar- J rive In Richmond the latter part oic the week to attend the Dallam-WeM wedding. Miss Edna llndglns, of Orange, who has been visiting In SpotsylVanla, Is now the guest of friends In Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott, of Stann ?ton. are spending this week with | friends here. Mrs. J. C. Miller and Mrs. W. G. Nell, who have been guests of Mrs. William | Bernard in Frederleksburg, have re? turned to Richmond. Dr. Stuart McGuiro, has returned to Richmond, after a brief visit to Statin ton. Mrs. Thonuui u Moore, has returned Popular at State Normal MISS CAnitlE! HUNTER, a popular joun? noroao ?r Appomattox, vlcc-preetdcnt of the ?mtor clasn of the Stntc Normal School or Fnrmvlllc nnd edltor-ln-chlof of the rollcirc n.M.iinl for thl. year. MI.? Hunter ??* n ?rrniluotc. of tbe Appomnltot H'K" School before Koine to l'nnnvlllr. to Richmond, ?fter spending some time with relative.? in New York. Mr. and Mrs. James iiay. of Waah ington, are registered at the Jeftcrsen Hotel for several days. Mr. and Mrs. William IL Zimmer? man and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Vaden will he at 1S53 West Grace Street after January 15. Miss Nannie Montague, of New York, is spending some time with relatives in this city. Mrs. William H. White Is the guest of Mrs. Adam Tredwell in Norfolk for a few days. Miss McLean, of Baltimore. 1= visit? ing Mr. and Mrs. J. Jordan Leakc. Iluhhnrd?Kllmnrtln. ;Special to The Times-Dispatch. J Alexandria. Va.. Januar.- 1".?Miss Martha A. Kilmartln, daughter of Rob? ert C. Kilmartln. Of Washington. D. C. and Ronald T. Huhbard. of Richmond, were married at noon yesterday at the rectory of Christ P. E. Church. The ceremony wac performed by Rev. W. J. Morton, rector of Christ Episcopal Church; The bride was attended by Mrs. Wil? liam S Madert, of Washington, and Miss Harriet Kilmartln, younger sis? ter of the bride. Following the wed? ding the couple left for a Southern bridal trip. STIMME? AND SCOW COUdDE Row nf the Hampton Ronds Hurlrd In Forward End of Scow. Norfolk. Va.. January 10.?While en route to Norfolk with six passengers from points on the Western Shore of Virginia, about 6 o'clock yesterday evening, the steamer Hampton Roads, of the Old Dominion Steamship Com? pany, collided with a mud scow of the Coastwise Dredging Company off Sewall's Point The force of the collision was so great that the bow of the steamer was burled In tho forward end of the scow and could not be extracted. Tho steamer, after transferring .her pas? sengers to the steamer Mobjack. wh'cli was following in her wake, came on to Norfolk, with the scow stuck to her bow. The Hampton Roads had several ?f her plates dented, but no one was hurt. F.ngtiKement Announced (Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Dynchburg, Va., January 10.?Mr. and Mrs. William James Pc-ttit. of Dynch burg. have a nounced the engagement of their sister, Miss Marion Woodson Dlllard, to Charles Henry Becker, of Baltimore, the marriage to take place at their homo here on the evening of February 7. COULD NOT PUT Because of Severe and Stubborn Ec? zema. Used Everything for Nearly Eight Years. Could not Sleep. After Few Applications of Cuticura Ointment, Burning and Itching Lessened, Could Sleep Well. Now Has Hands as Clear as Anyone. "Some nine years ago 1 noticed small pimple? breaking out on the back of my hands. They became very irritating, and gradually became worse, so tint I could not sleep at nlchi. I consulted a physic inn who treated roe a long time, hut It get worse, and I could not put ray bands in water. I was treated at the hospital, ar.d it was Just the same. 1 wer. told that it was a very br.d case of eczema. Well, I Just kept on using everything that I could for nearly eight years until 1 was advised to try Citticura Ointment. I did so. and I found after a few applications and bv bandaging mv hands well up that the burning sensations were disappearing I could slcati well, and did not have any itching during the night; 1 began after a while to tine Cuticura Sonp for a wash for them, and 1 think by using the Soap and Ointment I was much benefited. I stuck to the Cuticura treatment, and thought if I could use other remedies for over (even years with no result, and after only having a few application* and finding case, from Cuticura Ointment. I thought it deserved a fair ttial with u severe and stubborn caeo. I used the Ointment nnd Soap for nearly six months, and I am glad to s-.v that I have hands as clear as anyone. r'It la my wUh that you publish this letter to all the world, and If anyone doubts It. let them write me and I will give them the namt of my physician, also the hospital I was tieated at.'' (Signed) Ml?s Mary A. Bentlry, 03 University 8t..Montreal. Que.. Sept. 14, '10. Cutlrura Koap nnd Ointment are sold throuqhout tho world. No other treatment for the ikin and scalp no pure, economical and speedily effective. 8end to Potter Drug A Cher.i. Corp.. sole props.. Boston, for free book "+*?aiAai at ?JOB und ictip troublej. Argued That on Present Basis Capital Cannot Be Secured. Washington. D. C-. January 10.?Im? pressive weight was placed by F. I. Kowen. counsel for the Pennsylvania Railroad, upon the necessity. In the view of the railroads, for an Increase of freight rates, in his argument yes? terday before ihe Interstate Commerce Commission. "If the requirements of the shippers and the traveling public are to be met.-' he declared, "and the roads are . to make additional improvements to their equipment and other facilities, then we must have the assistance of an ln c l ease of rates." "Then, do you mean," inquired Com? missioner Lane, "that, unless this pro? posed Increase of rates Is grauten, there will he no more railroads con? structed?" "Perhaps not quite that," responded Mr. Gowen, "but I do believe that the railroad business of the country must bo done by the linos at present In existence. The charges for new con? struction are so great as to deter capi? tal from entering upon the building of new lines In competition with lines al? ready In existence. My contention is that It should not be the policy of this commission to take a position which will make needed improvements and necessary additions to their present facilities unprofitable." Prior to Mr. Gowen's argument. Frank Lyon, one of the attorneys for the commission, had presented an elab? orate statement.of the financial opera? tions of various Eastern railroads, made up from the monthly and annual reports of the companies to the com? mission. His figures Indicated that many of the supplies and materials now used by the roads cost less than they cost at an average period for the last seven years, although some of them cost more. Mr. Lyon did not angue directly against the proposed advance, his idea being to put the commission Into possession of official facts and figures that might enable It to reach an accurate conclusion on the question before It. GOOD RO.lDS ron C CM II Eft LAND. Association Indorses Hill Providing for $.100,000 Ilond Issue. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Fayettovllle, N. C. January 10.? About 100 representative citizens of Cumberland county mat in the county courthouse In this city to-day for the. purpose of hearing an address on the subject of "Good Roads," by Dr. Joseph Hyde Pratt, State Geologist and secre? tary of the North Carolina Good Roads Association, and to reorganize. the Cumberland County Good Roads Asso clat'on. Dr. Pratt recommended a bond Issue by the county as the host method of financing road building, which mode, had been adopted In a proposed good roads bill for Cumberland county, sub? mitted to the meeting by Mayor James D. McNeill and H. SlcD. Robinson, of the committee appointed by the mass meeting of December 17. This hill was approved by the meeting, and will be passed by the Leglsh-ture. After Dr. Pratfs nddress the Cum? berland County Good Roads Associa? tion was reorganized, with T. G. Mc? Allister, president; Captain J. H. Cur tle. vice-president, and W. M. Walker, secretary and treasurer. A board of directors trn.t also elected. The bill adopted by the association provides for a bond Issue of $300,000. and pro? vides tile machinery for the expendi? ture of the proceeds of the bonds. In? cluding tlie establishment of county highway commission and Uie building of roads under expert supervision. Iudorsed by bnlior Union. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., January 10.?F.vldcnce that the Norfolk labor unions ex? pect to he. heard from In the ap? proaching spring elections Is the nomi? nation or Indorsement by the Central Labor Union of W. F. Dohorty for the Legislature. Mr. Doherty Is the newly elected president of the. larger labor body, and Is popular among the work? ing classes of the city. That he will make a strong race for the lower house is generally predicted. . MAY IIK THIRD FOlt Mlltm.it. .IlltlgC \\ hoilhee OrilCl* Mol (nil Itollfr son Held Until Investigation In Made. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Ralolgh, N. C, January 10.?In tliu midst of a trial of Morton Itoberson and Sam Newell, for an affray at Fiat Father, Husband, Son or Brother tell the men in the house that Seymour Sycle is selling A PAIR All styles, all sizes, all leathers high grade well made men's shoes ? Special for the Ladies $5.00 Tan Shoes?Really fine, Five Dollar values for.- - ^?apair These shoes may be made black if you prefer? Broad soles and heels, wide and comfortable?Not all sizes and that's the main reason $2.50 will buy them. In the New Shopping District Next to J. B. Mosby & Company Rock Church, Judge Whedbce made an ordT In the Superior Court here to | day for th* commitment of Roberson ! to jail without ball, to await investl j gatlon a; to whether he caused the I death of Isaac Harris in the same row. Harris was wounded three limes, and I died Intor in a Wilson hospital. Rob | erson claims to have fhot only once, and Insists that he did not (Ire the 1 fatal shots. Harris had Induced New 1 ell to knock Roberson down with a I rock, so the evidence goes. By all means attend this Great Msulin ! Underwear Sale, as it offers numerous i chances for economizers to capture the I biggest bargains of their lives. And the beauty about this Underwear is that it is all the newest models. Cut full and [elegantly made. RatcMe & Tanner, Inc. 25 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va. The rarest and most beautiful dis? play of Cut Flowers, Ferns and Plants ever shown anywhere. Special Suit and Fur Values AT Baylor-Yarborough Co.'s, 207 East Broad Street WE HAVE IT IF ITS MADE OF LEATHER THE ROUNTREE LEATHER SHOP, 703 East Broad Street "Lucca Olive Oil" l.V EVERY PAXTRY WHERE PURITY PREVAILS. CHIASE TRAFIERI, Importer Mad. 423?. BOO West Slnin St. Institute Addressed by Stuart and Eggleston?Fine Display of Apples. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.| Roanoke, Va., January 10.?Roanoke was crowded to-duy with farmers from every section of Virginia, and all trains arriving here throughout mc day brought more farmers, fruit growers and stock raisers, all coming to attend the farmers' week, which commenced this morning with the meeting of the Farmers' Institute. To-night the Farmers' Institute was addressed by J. D. Kggtesiuu, Superin? tendent of Public Instruction, and Hon. Henry C. Stuart, who delivered an ad? dress on "Beef Production." The Virginia Canners" Association and thn Virginia Horticultural Society held meetings this afternoon. Nowhere In Virginia and perhaps in this country, posslhly, with the excep? tion of California, has there been a more elaborate or handsomer display (if apples than Is being exhibited here? by the Virginia Horticultural Society. The exhibit Is one of the great features of the farmers' week, and In 11 sei t ni<es an attraction worth coming a long way to see. Tha lecture given this afternoon to the wives and other women at the Farmers' Convention by .Mrs. Mary H. Dlllard. of Lynchburg, on "Home Economies!" ,was one of the most striking features of the day. Mrs. nil laid said that girls should be taught the art of homo-making and house? keeping In a sclentlilc way. Technical schools had been oatabl'/hed for boys, and a similar plan shou'id b>> followed for girls. With an electric stove site quickly and deftly prepared several delicious dishes, talking the whiln, and explaining why site did certain things with the ingredients. Miss Agnew discussed tomato rais? ing and the plan of organizing tomato clubs. BAPTISTS WILL ENLARGE PRESENT CHURCH EDIFICE Increase In Slr.c Mnde .?cenunry by I.arKC Membership? Retrial of Monroe v. ill Case. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Predorlcksburg, Vu.. January 10.? The Baptist Church here has purchased a lot adjoining its property und will erect an addition to Its building, the church having outgrown its present quarters. The membership of the church Is about 1,000, anil the Sunday School Is almost as largo. The new addition will afford hotter facilities for conducting the Sunday school, Plans have already been drawn and the work will soon begin. A revival will begin In the .Meth odlst Church on next Sunday night to continue through the wed; and prob? ably longer. The pastor. Rev. .lohn I!. Jacobs, will be assisted by Rev. p, M, Richardson, a well-known minister of Baltimore. The Richmond, Prederickshurg and Potomac Railroad and the Potomac, Prederickshurg and Piedmont Rail? road, In this city, have arranged for converting the vacant property sur? rounding and adjoining their stations here Into a park laid out in grass lots, flower beds, walkways and driveways, which will greatly beautify tint part of the city. Mrs. W. K. Bradley, of this city, Is critically 111 al her home. Two of her sons, Charles s. Bradley and James lv Bradley, of Baltimore, arrived horo yesterday to be with her. The retrial of the Monroe will case. In which the will of the late Mrs .lencle P. Monroe, who left an estate vRiuod at about JfiO.ono, Is being at? tacked by Mrs. Katharine Mayhew, an adopted daughter. Is occupying the attention 'of the Corporation Court, Judge Ooolrick presiding. St. Oeorgo R. Pil7.huph is counsel for Judge Alvln T. Kmbrey. who Is trustee for Mrs Mon? roe, and P. Ms Chlihes'.Hf. O. R. Wal? lace und C. O'Conor Ooolrick are the attorneys for Mrs. Mayhew, This >a the second (rial of the easy, and. as before, tt Is attracting considerable attention. It wilt ncoiinv the uourt nearly all of the wok. J. ?. Mosby & Co. Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets at reduced prices. OUR BREAD IS 100 PER CENT. PURE, there fore it's nutritious. Good for chil? dren. BROMM, 516 East Marshall Street, 501 West Broad Street. $100,000 Furniture Sale NOW ON J?RGENS' Entire stock reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. It is better not to be without Butter Nut Bread NOLDE BROS. Removal Sale Now On " Little Broadway," 212 North Fifth Street. Sample Shoe Sale NOW ON 33.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes $1.98 Porter's Specialty Shoe Store, S1T-21H .North Fifth Street. PITTS FURNITURE COMPANY SPECIAL SALE 1429 E. Main St. 117 W. Broad St. Costs nothing; worth a fortune to sui fering humanity. "Blue Line to Health", tells all about the famous Rexall Reme? dies. Write for a copy. POLK MILLER'S The Store Richmond, Va. A. B. C. Capitol Wrapped Loaf "The best bread you ever tasted." Wrapped In waxed papor?not touch? ed by human hands until it Is served on your table. Be. at Your Grocer's. AMEltlC.t.V nilBAD ASP DAKISO CO, 6, n, in. ip B. Lelxb Street. Heaters at 20% Discount Jones Brothers & Co., 1418 East Main Street Sutherland & Cherry Special?Oddn and ends In Furnitur?, Iron Beds, Mattings. Stoves, ate. Chess te oloso tnem out. CIO BAST UHOAD.