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Personal VIRGINIA DAY was novel- more de? lightfully and appropriately kept than on yesterday, when a fa? mous Virginia authoress and Richmond woman. Miss Mary Johnston, was the central figure In the literary program of the afternoon and at the reception given In her honor by the: members of the Woman's t:)uh. .Miss Johnston wore a gown of pom? padour silk, with a eorsage bouquet of violets, she gave In a rending of about three-quarters of an hour extracts from her writings, hitherto unpub? lished, which were alive with the Imag? inative glow and power which Miss Johnston possesses to So wonderful a degree, and reflected beyond expres? sion the patriotism of Virgin!.! Day and the birthday of General Hoheit 15. Lee. Miss Johnston was Introduced by the president ,.f the club, Mrs. Christopher Tompklns. The chocolate table was presided over by Mrs. L It. Dashtoll and Mrs. John S. Munce, and tea was poured by Mrs. Charles O. Boshcr and Mrs. P, L. Con? quest. The club parlors were prettily decorated In red and white flowers and vases of red and white carnations wore used on the tables and mantels in 1 ach room. The State Hag and the Confed? erate flag were draped In rear of the rostrum, where Miss Johnston stood. Of Interest Herr. A brilliant wedding- of much Infere-it to Virginia society, where the bride 's prominently related, took place Satur? day evening at f. o'clock In Grace Epis? copal Church. Baltimore, when Miss Mildred Slerott Dulany, daughter of the late Walter Dulany, became the bride of Phll'-mnn Dickinson, of Phila? delphia, son of Mrs. Meredith Dickin? son, of Trenton, N. ,T. The ceremony was performed by the rector. Rev, Ar? thur Chllton Powell, and was followed l>y a reception at the home of the bride's mother. The hrldo entered the church with her brother, Graftnn L. Dulany, who nlso grave her In marriage. Her gown was of white crepe meteor, with a t The Flour With a Pedigree yiici) (Tut (Blass Sterling Silverware. lUuitiaticni tad Prien Kurxlthni on Ree; a at. (Salt tkro. I ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY j Jewcllcri, Silvetimithi, Sutioness WASHINGTON. D. C Electrical Shoe Shine 5c A T. GRAY CIGAR COMPANY'S STORK., 836 E. Main Street. Sutherland & Cher ry Special?Odda and ands In Furniture, Iron Beds, Mattings. Stoves, etc. Cheap lc close mem out. ?10 EAST lino AD. WE HAVE IT IF ITS MADE OF LEATHER THE ROUNTREE LEATHER SHOP, 703 East Broad Street ? "Lucca Olive Oil IN EVERY PANTRY WHERE PURITY PREVAILS. CHIASE TRAFIERI, Importer Mad. 4220. K00 West Main St. PIANO TUNING Repairing. Voicing and General Overhauling. Lot us estimate for you. Phone Madison 6506. CRAFTS Fifth and Grace Streets. ELPS ?PPY ONES if "GREEN CASTLE Kitchen Cabinets will lessen kitchen labor. Try one. Sold by Rothert & Co., Fourth and Broad.. |00 EA'slrj' BROAD' *T.:;-V Sale of Winter Coats For children 3 to 14 years, in? cluding Caracul Pony Cloth, Cheviots, Mixtures and Clothes. Prices now cut SI.98 Cfi to. ?Di ?DU Formerly S3.50 to S15.00. Knitted Wool Coif Cloves, grey, brown, navy and black, also Children's Bearskin Mit? tens; the usual 25c kind ; | H to-day special. 1?5C '? ?>'??!tee- entirely of beautiful laco and ; insets of lace catching tho drapery of ? Iho train. Her long vel) of Illusion Was I caught with oraiiKc blossoms, and she ' carried a shower bouquet of lilies of j the valley and gardenias. Miss Eleanor Dulany, who attended her sister as muid of honor, wore a gown of white crepe meteor, with a separate train of pale fjreen panne vcl yet, caught at the back and front with white lace butterflies. She carried a bouquet of maidenhair ferns anil mig? nonette. The gix bridesmaids?Misses Prances Dickinson, of Trenton, N. J.: I Mary Percy Pync. of New Vork: Jo? sephine Cookc, of Philadelphia: Mary Bayly, .lean Gllmor and Louisa It. I WhyUs, of Baltimore?wore quaint j frocks of white . rope meteor, with wide ; velvet girdles, ornamented back and j front with laee butterflies and over ; skirts of lace. They carried nosegays of hyacinths and ferns. The two llttlo flower girl- Olivia Wheeler and j Llcatior Barker, nieces of the bride ? j wore lingerie frocks ami carried bunches of white hyacinths. SScktBtt M. Dickinson was his brother's best man, and the ushers Included Lewis Parsons, Edward Dale. Harry M. Hart, SI ic< y Lloyd. Edward M. Ltenson. of Philadelphia. an<i Lo Baron Russell, of Boston. The drawing room for the reception was decorated In palms and white hya? cinths, and lilies of the valley were used in the dining room. After a wed? ding trip to Palm Monch. Mr. and Mr<=. Dickinson will make their home In Philadelphia. Itrcrpllon liMitntlonx llecnllrd. Because of the death of her aunt. .\trs. J. S. Wellford. Judge and Mrs. Bcverlcy Tucker ("rump have recalled the invitations to the wedding recep? tion of their daughter, Courtcnay Tay loe. to Richard Turner Pratt on Wed? nesday evening. January 35. The wed? ding will take place quietly at the home of the bride. .10? West ''.race Street, with only a few Intimate friends and relatives witnessing the ceremony. Hemmed to Itlehinond. Mr. William 11. Perkins and T. Mon cttre Perkins who have b?en spending some weeks at the Henry Clay Inn. In Ashland, have returned to Richmond. Miss Grace Perkins u visiting her uhcle, Mr. Ward, at his home In Lou doun county, and will later on he the if relative. In Washington and Baltimore. fur Ml?* Cnrter. Mrs. Philip p. Tailafcrro. of IT South Third Street, has sent out Invitations for h card party to be given Wednes? day afternoon. January 2D. compllmon tnry to Miss Isabella Carter. Mrs. Tal laferro'a guests will include the debu? tantes of this winter. Prominent Bngfigeiuent. An engagement of interest to Balti? more and Virginia society recently an? nounced Is that of Miss Mary Mont? gomery Wylle. daughter of the lato William Wylle. of Baltimore and S. Hlount Mason, formerly of this city, now of New York, a son of Mr. and Mrs S. Hlount Mason. Miss Wylle is a very handsome girl, and Is a sister of the beautiful Mrs. Wylle-McLaughlin, for-: merly Miss Helen Wylle. Mr. Mason; belong! to the Virginia family of that name, and Is a grandson of the lute i John Y. Mason, one time minister to | Prance. He Is a member of the leading, clubs, and the marriage, which will take place next autumn, will be a bril? liant society evvent. Spending Week-End Here. Mi-s Gladys Montgomery, of Verden. Hanover county. Va? has been a recenc guest of h?r sister. Miss Eleanor Mont? gomery, at her home In this city for several days. Miss Montgomery at? tended a small theatre party Satur? day afternoon given at the Academy of Music, to see Richard Carle. In "Jump? ing Jupiter." Imitation? Insurd. Mr. and Mrs. Mlle? H Oa.rdner, of Ashland, have issued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Sara liblladay, to Joseph Moore Jone.?. The wedding will take place on the even? ing of January at half-past S o'clock. In the Ashland Christian Church. Miss Gardner is A niece of Mrs. William H. McCarthy, of this city, and a number of Richmond peoplo wiil go to Ashland to attend the cere? mony. Visiting tn Kentucky. - Mis-- Dorothy Anne Mltiter. of West Marshall Street, is visiting friends for several weeks In Covinston. Ky. A great, deal of attractive entertaining \ has been done for Miss Mlntcr, and she will remain the guest of Mrs. V.'illiam G. Woodward In that city until later in the month. Family Hennton. A very attractive family gathering for the Christmas holidays took place at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1? Green and Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Astrop In Siirry, Vat The guests remained a I month, anil a number of charming at l fairs wero given in their honor. Those I present were: Mrs. C. B- Wood, Mr. I and Mrs. W. 1* Todd, of Fork Union; ! Laurie Green. George Preston Green, j J. It. Collins, of Buckingham; Mrs. Green, Mrs. Astrup and Robert Astrop, j of Kandolph-Macon College. Mrs. As? trop and Mrs. Green are at present spending several days with friends In Richmond, and will return to-morrow to tiieir homes In Surry, accompanied by air. Astrop. Occupy Xevc Residence. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Orealn have taken a house at the corner of Floyd Avenue and Laurel Street, where they expect to spend the remainder of the winter. Mrs. Beverly R. Seiden will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Orgaln for sev? eral months. 'Musical Ten. Tho Whittel Memorial Circle of Kings Daughters will give a musical tea this afternoon from l to 0 o'clock at the ? residence of Mrs. AVllllavn R. Jones, :i Wait Gracp Street. Mrs. James Higglnson and Wutaon James will give u delightful program, and the rooms will be arranged in pink and white carnations. A number ot young girls will sorvc. Returned front Ronnoke. Miss Margaret Waddey, who has been the guest of hor' aunt Mrs. W. W. Boxley, at her home" In Koanoke, has returned to Richmond. Mrs. Boxley and her small daughter are now visit? ing relatives In this city for several i week* Miss .Waddey bas been guest I of honor at several card parties and j teas daring her otny In Konnck?. I Art Concoura. On Friday evening In Ihr college I chapel, the Art Department of the Wo? man's College of Richmond, held a cou I cour, In which the best work done dur? ing the past several months was ox i bibltcd. Stercopllcon views o| the j '"World'? Masterpieces," with sculpture < and modern paintings, wore shown and j discussed by Miss 15. M. Whltflcld, l director of the. department. I lu und Out of Town. I Miss Sully Hay ward has returned to Powhatnn county, after visiting rela I tlvcs lu Richmond for the week-end. Mrs. Austla .Smith and Miss liessle j Smith, accompanied by AuBtlu Smith, Jr., of Mlddlutown, O.. left Saturday I for south Carolina, where they will be for tho rest of the winter. George B. Johnston spent the week? end with his mother In Alexandria, re? turning to Richmond yesterday. Miss Virginia Nevillo Lawson, of I l.oudoun county, is visiting her sister, I Mrs. Charles 15. DempJby, 1610 Park I Avenue. Miss J. M. Dell lias returned to her home, 31T West Grace Htrcet, after a month's stay In Washington, D. C. Mrs. Grenvillo Galnes, of Warrenton. will ho the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Boll, at L'OO West Franklin Street, next week. Miss fdo May Gill, of Roanokr. Is the guest 61 friends here and will Inter visit friends in Baltimore. I Miss Alice Kelson spent the week lend with Dr. and Mrs. Sparks Melton. I In Norfolk, returning to Richmond to I day. Miss Irma Hosenbaum, who has been visiting In Lynchburg, hue returned to her home In thU city. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mcllhaney, of Roanokc. are the guests of Mrs. Mcll hancy's hrother, Joseph Hogc, in Rich? mond. Miss Julia Cone, of this city. Is visit? ing Miss 151l?:a Douglas. In Alexandria, after a short visit to friends In Phil? adelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whltlock have returned to Richmond, after spending a few days lu Washington. Mrs. Robert S. Bosher Is visiting her daughter, Mrs George Brewster, at her homo lu New York. Miss Chioe Tyler Cook, of Baltimore, Who lias been tho guesr of Miss Eliza- | both Cocke, Is now visiting Miss Isa- j belle Carter. _ j Bl3hop Robert Gibson has returned to Richmond, after a brief stay In Alex? andria. 1 Blythe Walker Branch, of Paris, is the guest of his father, John P. Branch, at 1 West Franklin Street. Miss Emily Armlstead left last week to visit relatives In Birmingham, Ala. Now on sale at summer I prices ~?lTOTnr^?^~Mr?c"~" 88-NOTE. Large stock at- cost price. Come early 1 to get best selection. LEE FREGUSSON PIANO CO., 119 East Broad. ??r"bread IS 100 PER GENT. PURE, there? fore it's nutritious Good for chil dren. BROMM, 516 East Marshall Street, 501 West Broad Street Heaters at 20% Discount Jones Brothers & Co., 1418 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. 5c. at Yonr Orocer'a. AMERICAN BREAD AND DARING CO, H, 8. 10. IX E. Leigh Street. m? goldstein LADIES' TAILOR, has moved from FIFTH AND BROAD to SOUTHWEST CORNER SEVENTH AND FRANKLIN. Opposite Post-Offlce. ? 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. HOUSECONSIDERS IN CO MEM BILL Measure Made a Special Order for Thursday, January 26. LOCAL MATTERS IN SENATE State's Interest in Mattamuskcct Lake Drainage District Sold. I Spool? 1 to The Tim?3- Dispatch.1 Itulclgh. N. p., January 16.?The Ewart t.lll to ratify the Federal con? stitutional amendment for tho Income tax ..line up for Its final passage In the House to-day. arid was made a spe? cial order for Thursday, January 26, so that members may nave time to con? sider the measure. Mr. McQill, of Cumberland. Intro? duced a bill to-day to appropriate $6.000 for a building at the Soldiers' Home for wives and widows of vet-1 crans, and $3.000 for maintenance. A bill by Mr. Kay. of Macon, pro? poses to Increase the salary of the law clerk of the Attorney-General to $2.000 and to designate him as Assistant At tornoy-General. The House passed the bill to em? power the State Fair Association to hold $150,000 instead of only $50,000 property. The Senate"? session of half an hour was devoted to local matters entirely. A bill relative to fishing In Albemarle Sound was passed. Adjournment was as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Colonel W. J. Hicks. Democratic members of the General Assembly are to hold a caucus to? morrow night to discuss a general leg? islative policy for the session. An? nouncement Is made that the Joint! Committee on Propositions and Grlcv-| ances is to give a hearing Wednesday i afternoon on the Koonca resolution for! creating a legislativ? commission to ? Investigate the conduct of lire Insur- ! ance companies in North Carolina, this hearing being at the request of Insur? ance men opposing It. Speaker Dowd, of the House ot-Kepre gentatlves, has announced additional j committees, with the following chair? men: Expenditures of the House. Bryan. chairman; engrossed bills, Mitchell, chairman; Federal relations, P.ose, chairman; emigration, Mooring. | chairman; manufactures and labor, Coxc. of Randolph; claims, Kirkman, chairman; election laws. Gay, choir man; Institutions for the blind, Kelly, chairman. Opposed by Webb. Congressman E. V. Webb is hero from Shelby to oppo?e the movement to roapportlon the Ninth nnd Tenth Congressional Districts, by taking Cleveland county from the Ninth and j placing It In the Tenth, making tho j latter surer Democratic. This move-] ment, however, will not take form until after Congress settle? the question of representation, according to the recent census figures. Congressman Webb, who lives In Cleveland, will, It Is under? stood, make a strong fight against the proposed change. In the election last November his majority was .".,'-4'-'. while In the Tenth, James M. Gudger. Jr., Democrat, won over his Republican op- ' ponent, John G. Grant, by only 1,130, ' ? 1 rant having reprcsenied the Tenth for the past two years. The Ninth, as at present constituted, consists of Rurkc, Cutawha. Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, Mndlson. Mecklenburg. Mitchell and Vancey, and the Tenth Is composed of P.uncomhe, Cherokee, Clay. Graham, Hay wood. Henderson. Jackson. Mc? Dowell, Macon. Polk. Rutherford, Swuln and Transylvania. The State Hoard of Education has sold North Carolina's interest in the Mattamuskeet I.ake drainage district, Hyde county, for $100.000, to the South? ern Land Reclamation Company, which was chartered to-day for the purpose of undertaking this drainage scheme, which Is declared by Chief Elliott, of the United State.- Bureau of Drainage, the biggest drainage undertaking in tho world. This lake.' which the State] owned, is fifteen miles by six miles, with an average depth of only a few feet, with a black soli underneath, which Is expected to make intensely j fertile farming lands. The drainage districts include over 100.000 acres, hair Cf it owned by citizens of Hyde. The Southern Reclamation Company as? sumes the State's obligations In the drainage undertaking, and assumes $300,000 of a $400.030 bond Issue for the cost of the riralnnge system, which involves a system of canals and an immense pumping plant, to convey the water to the neighboring sound, tha pumps to havs a capacity for 113,000.000 gallons of water per day. The forma- I tlon of the drainage district Is com- J pleted, with J. P. Kerr. of Ashevllle; ] J. S. Mann and T. H. B. GIbbs, of Hyde county, as the commissioners. Tho $100.000 bonds ari to be Issued within the next sixty days, the work to begin very soon thereafter, and to be com? pleted probably within eighteen months. The principal stockholder In thu Southern Land Reclamation Company, that assumes the obligations of the Stato In the undertaking. Is D. N. Graves, of Boston, with other blocks of stock held by C. A. Webb. J. P. Kere and W. T. Mason, of Ashevllle. They have $150,000 authorized capital and S25.000 subscribed. In purchasing the lake bed from the State, the company not only pays the $100,000 for tho 50,000 acres, but assumes about $14,000 expense that the State Board has been to In the preliminary work for forming the drainage district, the deal being made poss'ble by verification of the drainage cost estimates and the with? drawal of exceptions by the Roper Lumber Company, a subsidiary corpo? ration of the Norfolk and Southern Railroad Company, that has extensive Interests In the district. ARRESTED NEAR WILMINGTON. Matthew Connor (might After Search Over Eastern North Carolina. [Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l Wilmington. N. C, January 16.?Mat? thew Love Connor, a young whito man,, about twenty-four years of ago, formerly of Abbottsburg. N. C. Is In jail here. His arrest follows several weeks soairch of Eastern North Caro? lina, Irt an effort to find him. He was caught at Dolgado. & cotton mill vil? lage on the outskirts of Wilmington, where he has been living with wife No. 2 '.since just before Christmas. Connor married first In Abbottsburg, nnd has a wdfo and several children there. He left, his family to look for work, and with a promise to send for them. 'Ho then Inveigled a well known young girl of Columbus coun? ty, Miss Emm-ai Ward, not over four? teen years of age. to'marry him. she not knowing that ho already had a I wlfo. Then the two disappeared, and -subsequently the truth leaked out. i There Is much feeling in Columbus vu.ujUy. ax&iQBt Connor, ^ Freshen every climate: Hot or ^^^^v J?ltf Adapted to every condition: ^^^^i W a Package t ^ or Poor'sick or wel1; M ijfljl (Never 60id in bulk) Suited ^to every ^color: White, l&j?l Used by every age: Childhood, \|S\ l&sl youth, manhood, old age. \M\ >?^^^!b^ Good at all times: Breakfast, Iw! ^^^^^^^ lunch, dinner, supper. 1 ill ^MWi^MM ^>u^ ^n a''1 P'aces : At work or MW* FILED BY "DRYS" Make Motion to Dismiss Con- j test of "Wets"?Other Suffolk News. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Suffolk, Vn.. January 16.?Lee Dritt and James I!. Uurgcss, counsel for the "drys," to-day filed formal answer to the notice of contest Riven by the "wets" that they sought to set aside I lie local option election of December 19, when the returns gave the prohi? bition forces ftfty-flvo majority. In addition to the answer there were two other instruments, one a motion to dismiss the compMlnt aaid the other ; a demurrer. Though some of the com j plaints of the "wets" an- neknowledg ; ed as true, the illegal registration, In '? tlmldatlon of voters and the violation ot the ballot secrecy are denied. The matter will conic up In Circuit Court February 28. After hesitating for several months, Mayor John U. Norileot this evening announced" his candidacy for re-elec? tion, other candidates are considering a declaration. Walter Llpscomb, a Suffolk attor? ney, to-morrow will he arraigned for trial at Ivor, where a few weeks ago he went to defend Tom Lively, a ne? gro. According to Robert w. Withers, Llpscomb's attorney, the defendant was arrested on a warrant accusing him of using Insulting language to the people of Ivor. In defending his ne? gro client, Llpscomb made some racial allusions and comparisons which stir? red up a hornet's nest. Llpscomb is under ?500 bond for appearance. IX SESSION IN DAXVTLXE. Mfcfhodlai MI??lonnry Conference Meets. Commercial .AliaoclntIon OHlccr*. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Danville, Va., January 16.?The sec? ond annual missionary Institute for the Danville district of the Virginia Conference. M. ?. Church, Is In session here In Mt. Vcrnon Methodist Church to continue through Wednesday. The first session was held to-nlghl at 7:30 o'clock, when Dr. W. B. Dean' champ, who attended the great world's conference In Edinburgh. Scotland, last summer, spoke Interestingly on th subject. He was followed by Dr. Jno M. Moore, who had for his subject ?'Southern Methodism and Homo Mis? sions" Tho church was tilled. At a mooting of the board ot di? rectors of tho Commercial Association bore this afternoon. Colonel A. B, Car rlngton was elected president; L. Mer? man, secretary. In accordance with man .secretory. In accordance with a resolution adopted at the annual meeting held on January ti three ad? ditional directors were elected, as fol? lows: Ilenry Patten, U". it. Fitzgerald and Dr. \V. D. Jtohlnson. This num? ber swells the number of board of di? rectors to llfteen. SITE FOR FEDERAL BUILDING. Committee Will Recommend Property Occupied b>" (lerk'M Office. [Special to The Times- Dispatch.1 Warrcnton, \'a., January 16.?Tho special committee, composed of T. (.". Pllcher, W. B, G. Shumate. J. A. C. Keith. Edward Ambler. and J. W. Raw-lings, appointed by the Board of Supervisors of PuiKiuler county to con? sider the advisability of offering the United tSatcs government the clerk's oftlce site on which to erect tho pro I posed Federal building In this town. I mot hero on Saturday and reported unanimously on offering It for this purpose. Aside from personal prefer? ences, this is regarded as the most admirable site for tho' location of a public building In Warrcnton. This committee will report to Hie Board of Supervisors at their next mooting, af? ter which tho board will state whether or not the report of the committee will be accepted. Chairman Pllcher, of the speelnl committee, reports that the taxpayers of the cosinty living out? side of the corporation, and through the county nre heartily In favor of the supervisors offering this site fot the amount allowed by the government to purchase It, which is $12,000. Klrctrle I.lgtlt Plant Sold. fSpecIal to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Warrenton. Va.. January 16.-?The Warrcnton Electric Light Plant was sold here to-day to M. J. O'ConnCll & Son. of Washington. D. C. who will take Immediate charge. The sum realized whs $2'i,nio "Illue" Sunday In Winchester. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.l Winchester. Vs.. January Is. Musty "blue" laws were hauled out 'Sunday by Chief of Police D?ren . when e gave orders pro? hibiting the sale of cigars, cigar? ettes, postcards and chewing gum by hotel men. restaurant keepers, drug? gists and others. The lid was screwed tight by police. Managers of pool rooms have been notified to exclude all youths under seventeen years. GRAND JURY WILL MEET THURSDAY Wcll-Known Business Men to Probe Into Affairs of Alex? andria Bank. Alexandria, V"a., January 16.?Tha special grund jury which will probe Into tho affairs o( tile Virginia Saf? Deposit and Trust Corporation, now In the bands of receivers, was sum? moned this morning to meet at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. The Jury is composed of nine well-known busi? ness men', as follows: James Bayno, John W. May. n. W. A'rnold. Captain Herbert Bryant, lt. s Barrett. B. B. Dawler. W. II. Sweeney. C. J. W. Sum? mers and D. R. Stansbury. The Jury will make u complete ex? amination of tho affairs of the Institu? tion, and It Is hardly bellev,od It will complete Um work In one day. Fifteen witnesses have been sum money to testify. Among them uro Joseph Button, Commissioner of In? surance of the State; C. C. Harksdale. State Rink Bxnininor; lt. T. Wilson, clork of the. Stale Corporation Com? mission: Frederick Con ton. National Bank examiner, now engaged In the work of examining the affairs of the company; John S. Harbour and J, K. M. Norton, receivers for the concern, together with the members of the board of directors, and the dorks of the hank. Educational Classes at Young Women's Christian Association Winter term. English, Miss Mary W. Ball; German and Piano, Miss Arens; Spanish, Dr. Ort?; Voice, Miss Pattie Isaacs; Shakespeare and Parliamentary Lawj Mrs. VV. M. Stroiher; Embroidery, Mrs. Austin Brockenborough; Lace Mak? ing, Mrs. F. B. Isaacs; Sewing, Miss Cora Duke. For further particular? apply to V.W.C.A. Building between 12and2:?O. ' ^^THI^^^E E ^^^^ A ?^lf $5.00 and $6.00 |g|^B50 I I, B Evening Slippers, A Pair i^f^t J^?B Regular $5.00 ^^.48 ?^^l fm-wU MEN'S SHOES, &?|<*gl A Pair ^B^l SPECIAL : fH^^^^ $5 Ladies' Tan Shoes, Really $**%m50 flr^ JMS! Fine? Five DoUar Values?*or i^p? A Pair ^$M? ^?^AiuSw*""^ Broad soles and heels, wide and comfortable; broken sizes. SEYMOUR SYCLE, 11 W. Broad St.