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Hand made Irish Crochet Dutch Collars and Jabots Special 50c. Social and Personal PRINCE AND BETZliOY, Albemarlc i for u visit to Ne PRtNCEbri TROU 61 "Castle lllll.,,j ouiity, !??!: recently i ;v York, v. In re they win spend lhe rcihaihdor bl the winter. They will retiirn t" Virginia in Hie j ebriy sprint for a short visit :tl ' Cas- I tie ttlll," before sailing in .May for! Italy. Mr*; IHdgrly i;|vcm Luncheon; Mrs. John Rbl?? ly gave on Th?rs- | day at Hampton it luncheon in honor j of Mlr.s Maty Buchanan Albert, the fiancee "r ,,r,<' son. Julian Rldgoly, who Is u student at the Harvard Law School Hampton I? bite ?.f the most beautiful places in Maryland and is oik of \tho few thut has remained practically In? tact for a hundred years It Is iill?-,i I with charming obi furnititn and ob? jects of interest arid reminds one of tttbmc delightful manor house in Eng lund. Tin: other guests Thursday worn Mrs. .lohn Rldgcl . Jr., -Mis-; Alice Rldgely, Miss Mary Ridgciy ' vifhlfe. Miss Reed-Lewis, Miss Anitri Warflcld, Miss Charlotte ?litings. Miss ! Nancy DeFord, Miss Margareta IIam bioton, Miss Christino Marburg, Miss Mary Albert, Miss Louisa Mcrryman, | Miss Mary Tilghman and Miss Fan ill u Smith. . ? Rr. t'Jiiinibnrln vno to Lecture. Dr. Lewis P. Chafnbcrluyiie, of the', University of South Carolina; who comes to Rickmond to iecturn before the Woman's Club this evening oh 1 ??Burled Cities of Crete." will be ih?| guest of his sister, Mrs. Edward I', j Valentine, during his sttiy in this city; j As admission to this lecture, which j will br?( given In the new Y. M. C. A. j hall, corner Seventh and t.Jrac*: Streets,! will be by card only, members will j please, secure their tickets at the i clubhouse some time to-day .\ t- the Count r> Club. The usual Saturday afternoon tea at the Country Club will be held this af? ternoon from l:.:0 until <"> o'clock. Those receiving will be Mrs R, 11 Hnrwood, Mrs M. c. Patterson, Mis William i Todd, Mrs. George Warren. Miss Lucy] Ford Wortiiam and Miss Edith Donnan. ! Pupils' Iteeltnl. The following pupils took part In the labt recital at Mr. Bnll'ng's, on Floyd Avenui : Martha Jobsor, Mary Hooker. Eugenia Jobson. Ruth Henne, Mary Qunrlea, Dorothy Clcndoh, Eliza- j both .lobson, Ruth Harris. Alice Mit cheii, Julia Spratley, Willie Harris, 1 The Flour That's Always Right Artistic Gewalt? yitcl) Cut vSlass Sterling Silverware lUuil/Aticni ?nd Pric* j FurniiV.ed on Request. ESTABLISHED OVER A CENTURY Jewellers, Silversmiths, Stationen WASHINGTON. D. C. $1.89 FOR $3.50 SOLID OAK ROCKER; Well made, and finely finished; saddle ec.it; extraordinary value at S1.S9. Hopkins Furniture Co. 7 and 9 W. Broad Street. $1.50 & $2 Bates Street Shirt, $1.15 Special Suit aiid Fur Values AT Baylor-Yarborough Co.'s, 207 Rast Broa i Streetx Heaters at 20% Discount Jones Brothers & Co., , 1418 East Main Street Annie Scott. Ony Frnncts, A?:nlc Frnn-] els, William Briggs. | The ' program contained selections from Chopin. Mozart; Schumann, Schu? bert iimi Gurion, The next recital will bo ?r. the hit? ler part of February, when another section of the class will take parti including some ?>? 11 of town pupils. To (hi tu New Orlenna. Mrs. Foray the, accompanied by her il a lighter, .Mis. William Langhorne, left Albumaric for New Or loads this week, where they wilt spend the rc tualncr of the winter. Meeting; of Methodist Women, The Methodist women attending the jubilee meeting will assemble in llio Broad street Methodist Church at O'clock on Monday for their great de? nominational mooting. Addresses Will be made by Miss Daisy Davles. bt Nashville; i..rs. J. H. Campbell, of .New York, and other distinguished speak-, ers. This meeting win immediately follow I hat of the Baptists. I) oivden? Wn I k I tin. A i| net marriage was solouini/.e.i in the home of the bride's mother, 2227 V.enablc Street. Wednesday at 6:30 P. Mi; when Mis:; Cornelia Birdie Watktns. daughter "f Mrs. Martha i-.'. and the lute C. W. vVatkins, became the wife ot Elijah Llnwood Bowoehi the Bey. .1. It. Johnson, pastor of Vou ntiie Street Baptlsi Church, oIllcliKing Only a lew rein lives of the contract? ing parties witnessed 'lie ceremony; Toe bride was becomingly u f"red mi a tailored costume of blue, and car-! lied Pride roses. There were no at'-, tendantsi Immediately after the cere mony Mr. and Mis. Buwdcu left tori Tampa an<| other Florida points, whore the honeyth(ion v. ill be spent. They j will be at home to their I tlends alter I February 15, at 190S 1'Ieasaht Street, this city. Of Intercut Here. Says a Baltimore paper: Mrs. Pollard, wife ol lieutenant I. Bevor ley Pollard, United States Navy; has returned from Europe, and win ] spend ti.e remainder of th- winter i with her mother, Mrs. Frank P. Galtli or. 21s Bust Piddle Street. Mrs. pol-' lard was formerly Miss Alice Aibaugh. In and Out of To? n. Miss Ulan Co King; Of. West Grace Street, is the gn-.-st of relatives in Georgia. Miss Katherlne Bryan, who has been visiting Mrs. Logan Golsan. ?in West Franklin Street. lu:a returned to her , home in Kentucky. Little Nelson 1'olloy continue* viy eick at his home. ill South First: Street. St. George It. Fit/.hug n. of Fr*d- ' OricksbUrg, vvss in town on Wednes- j Miss Mrihej Fletcher is expected next, week to visit relatives In Uichniond. i Miss Florence B. earner, of Fred-j cricksburg; i.i visiting friends here. j Mrs. A. S. Briggs is the yucs- of the j Misses poswcll ut the University of Virginia. . I Mrs, Lucinn II. Corko has returned to her home in Boanoke, after a visit ! to friends in New York._ Mrs. Susi- Holland, of Suffolk, is ! visiting friends here. Mrs. W. ]?;. Green, of this city, la visiting in Newport News. WARRANT AGAINST WHITE MAN ON THREE CHARGES i Chnrsed >Vlth Threatening Life, Ureuktng in lloimc nnd itonistinn and Shooting nt Officer. [Special to The Tsmes-Dispatch.} Chester, Va., February !t?Newa has reach? ed this place of a shooting affray which took vlacc ten miles cast of this place, at Her milda Hundred, this week. Alhert Price, a white man, on his return trom Petersburg drunk, abused and threatened his wife. She snatched up her haby and ran to a colored , man's house for protection. Price follow-1 od with a Run, and broke open the door, say- i ir.K" ho would kill hlB wife and rlean np the whole sett lernent. A negro ran from the. , house to the home of Robert Whltmore, a i negro special policeman; who Kit h'.s gun | and went to the rescue. When within speak-! lng distance he called to Price, tellinr; hint ! he did not wish to harm him, but ho must ! go home and behave himself, whereupon \ Price raided his gun and fired at the negro 1 Officer with' No. 4 shot, which knocked him I down. The shot took effect in tho negro's . loft shoulder nnd breast in about twenty-I five places. Whltmore raised up and tired. ; peppering Price on the same side with about j ISO small shot. Dr. Pretl?w, of this town, i i w?fl called in atb-ndance and attended, to the wounds of the two men. No more shots v. ere fit r?Q. A warrant has been sworn out against I Price on three charges?threatening life, j breaking in the negro's house and resisting J and shooting an officer of the law. Both I men are recovering, end there is no appre? hension of any fata! results. COMMITTEES APPOINTED. Will Work in Interests of Peninsula High? way .Movement. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Newport News. Va.. February 3.?Delega? tions to appear before the Boards of Ruper I Visors the Peninsula counties and the j Councils '.f Riehmond, Newport News and (Norfolk In regard to the financing of the Peninsula highway movement, were appoint- | cd ytjst?rday when the executive committee i of the Peiilnaula Goods Roadn Association held Its first ineetlrtK. P. W. Purlin tand M. C Armstrong, of : Hampton, were appointed to confer with the Stan Highway Commission with the view I to obtaining State, aid. ! The committee proposes to ro risht ahead With plans for the construction of the sand ] clay rorid between Richmond and Newport News, no doubt being entertained an to the ! raising of the $15,000 or J20.0GO that will be needed. CRAM) -JURY MAKES REPORT. iiuishe* Probe Into Alleged Improper Lls-t-j ins: of Personal Property. fSpecial to The Tlmes-Dlapatch.1 Suffolk, Va.. February 3.?After being in session Intormltently for three weeks,- dur? ing which time IT* witnesses were euh ponnoed. the Nansemound county grand jury, which waa problnp alleged Improper listing of personal property for tax'Htioti. i yesterday completed its report. which was scaled and delivered to tho court clerk. It Is understood that no rriminal indict? ments were returned, but thm property ow-ri ers were rcaulrcrl to raise their assessment fipures many thousands of dollars. A grand juryman to-day uttered a warning that a second summons for tax adjustment would moan criminal prosecution, j Circuit Judge McLempre yesterday dissolved ? the injunction which was granted a month ago enlolnlng Dr. W. W. Galnes from preaching In the First Baptist Church, coi oreel, of which he hod been pastor for twenty years, and alsi restraining tho church treasurer from paying Dr. Gaines any funds. A compromise was arraigned among tint hostile factions and an amicable adjust? ment reached. "DRYS" REST CASE. Argument "TIP I.ynehlnirg Contest Will Be Heard About February HI. fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch. 1 f.yncliburgi Va.. February 3.?What will probably be the laat of tho depositions to be taken la the local option election contest were taken yesterday morning by the "drys." After which the "drys'' rested. It Is prob? able that no other evidence will be taken, for the "wets" do not now expect to take any depositions at all. After ten veldenee was ill In n tentative agreement was reached, under which Judge Christian will he risked lo hear tho argu ments in the contest some tltne during the v-ek beglnniitR February 13. Th? evidence talton vesierday was dl rr-f-K-rl along the line of showing that vot? ers participated in the elactlen In precincts jln which thftjr did not have Ugal reiidencea, Not Pleased at Prospect of Vir- j ginia Losing a Con- J gressman. j I ISpeclal io The Times-Dispatch.1 j Washington, D, C . February 3.?If i Virginia succeeds In holding her ten ! seats In Congress when the next re- J apportionment bill goes Into offect it [ will be due in a large measure to the [ efforts of R< presentntlve Ray. When Mt. Hay learned this morning that the Ctumpacker bill providing for, a total membership of 391 In the next House probably would bo agreed upon, which would mean a loss of one mem? ber t.j Virginia, he went to work to have the total Increased to 133. Ho is not at all pleased at the prospect of ! Virginia losing One of her places. If j tills plan Is adopted, providing for a membership of 133, not a ringle State J will lose a representative, while New York will gain six. Pennsylvania, four; j California and Oklahoma, three each; Illinois. Massachusetts, New Jersey, Texas and Washington, two each, and '? Alabama, Colorado. Florida. Georgia. Idaho. Louisiana, Michigan. Minnesota. Montana, North Dakota. South Dakota. Ohio. Oregon. Cab. Rhode Island and j West Virginia; one member each,. But If it i.< decided to retain the House at its ? present membership Missouri will lose two and Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Kan-, sas. Kentucky. Nebraska, North Caro- j Una. Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and j Wisconsin one each. The matter is the centre of interest I here to-day. P. If. MuG. | Virginians at the Hotels | Lexington?G. T. Simmons. DeWitt; .1 S Kent. Virginia; W. P. Royal. Nor? folk; .1 S. Davis, Pace's; Walter Wil? liam:?. Victoria. Davis?S. D. Davis. Charlottcsville; /. E. Wilkins. Newport News; John ' Jones. Virginia; K. M. Green. Virginia;! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cooke. Zion. Murphy's?Mr. ami Mrs. W. P. Vena- j blc. Fariuville; w. E. Hutton, Glade i Spring; Mr, and Mrs. F. D. Green, i FarmvlUe; Charles T. Heekes, Bo yd- j ton; R, G. Southall, Amelia; George W. Harrison. Emporia; J. A. Wick ham. I Emporla; Howard H. Butcher, Peters-| burg; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell. WaR korton; W. B. Harwood, Virginia; Rob-i ort G. Blaine, Ronnoke; Willis Jenkins, i Newport News; H. T. Jenkins, East Radford; Dr. E. A. Jenkins. Natural Bridge; \V. R. Berkeley. Virginia; Wil? liam E. Bennett. Danville; Hi M. Dar den, Suffolk. Park?R. J. Morgan, Virginia, Richmond?Marshall McCormick. Vir ginia; II. E. Feathorstone, Hallsboro; I St George R. Fltzhugh. Fredericks- j b?rg; J. H. Whltner. Roanoke; John u. Moon. Charlottcsville; M. N. Walker, Foster's Falls; Harry L. Llnnell. Nor? folk: E. G. Hlrons, Covlrigtoh. Gilbert?A. S. Adams, Rocky Mount; J E. Giles. Danville. Stumpfs?K. O. Conkllng. Norfolk: E. W. Rubnrd. Bucklngham: W. C. Pat? terson. Norfolk; Q. L>. Reld, Virginia. World'? Visible Supply. New Orleans. La.. February 3.?Sec? retary Hester's statement of the world's visible supply of cotton issued i to-day shows the total visible Is ?,- j 235,02*4 bales, against 5,2",fi,10i5 last J week, 4.703.731 last year. Of this the . total of American cotton is 4,OS3,524, against LOSS,196 last week and 3,524. 731 last year, and of all other kinds, Including Egypt. Brazil, India, etc.. 1, 252,000 bales, against 1,171,000 last week and 1.2*59.000 last year. Of the world's visible supply of cot? ton there Is now alloat and held In Great Britain and Continental Europe 2.!? 17.000. against 2.625,000 last year; In Fgvpt. 2S1.000, against 218,000 last vear; In India, 424,000. against 5S4.000, and in the United States 1,684.000, against 1,372.000 last year. Admitted of Gambling Charge. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.j Norfolk, Va? February 3.?W. J. Rawlcs, arraigned In the Police Court this morning on the charge of con? ducting a public gambling house, was acquitted, the police falling to show that the place was public. The evi? dence showed that the raid was made on a private residence, and although all of the pharaphernalla of a gam? bling house was found, Justice Duncan held that there was no evidence to show it to be public rooms. REFUSED TO DECIDF, Dispute Between Snlvntlon and Aracrl enn Armies Before Norfolk Judge. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Norfolk, Va? February j,? Justice Simmons this morning had before him the dispute between the American Sal? tation Army, with headquarters in Washington, and the Salvation Array of America, with headquarters else? where, but refused to decide which organization Is entitled to the name ' Salvation Army. j J. W. Weiler, of the first organiza? tion, was arrested on a warrant sworn .out by Captain Catherine Klkins, of the ; latter body, charging him with so , liclting funds under falso pretenses. ? The F.lkins woman claims that Weiler , Is getting money by tho use of her I organization's name, the people think ; ing they are contributing to what Is ' claimed to be the regular army. Jua , tlce Simmons decided that Weiler had a right to solicit funds, and dismissed I the case. Grtgaby.?Home. [Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.] Bristol. Va., February 3.?Miss Carrie Horne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Home, of Dungannon, Scott county, and John Grlgsby, a business man of Nlckelsvllle, .were married nt tho bride's home this afternoon, Rev. Chas. Gibson officiating. George I,. Carter Return* Home. (Special to Tho Timos-Dlspateh.1 Bristol. Va., February 3.?Oenrgo T. Carter, who on Thursday resigned the presidency of the Carolina, CUnchflold and Ohio Railway, returned to his home at Johnson city. Tenn.. to-day, When asked for a statement, as to tho significance, of his resignation, he sold that:' he had no formal statement to make, hut that. |t. was due to other and personal interests, which require much of his time. He. retnlns hla lntercntt in the.railway property, Mrs. Montgomery Will Speak at City Auditorium Jubilee Celebration. Mil*. HELEN B. MONTGOMERY In connection with tho jubilee nils- j sidnary celcbrntion beginning: to-morr j row, there will appear in Itlchmom! | on" of the most interesting and ills- ? tlnguished women In this country. The chief speaker of ti.e meeting will be Sirs. Helen Barret t Montgomery, who : began her tour of speech-making in behalf of missions at Oakland. Ca I., | lost fall, and who has slnco vialtcd j some of the chief cities of tho coun- j try, everywhere demonstrating her j wonderful poweia as n public speaker j nnd creating great ;:enl and enthusi? asm In behalf of missions. This is not the. only field in which Mrs. Mont? gomery has distinguished herself. She la a trustee of Weilesley College, a commissioner of education In Roches? ter. N. V.. and was formerly president, of toe New York, Federation of Wo- I man s Clubs. She lots also distln- ! guished !iei Dell ns an author and lee- ] ttirer. Her latost book. "Western Wo? men In Mastern Lands," has attracted j wide attention. Mrs. Montgomery wilt speak at the City Auditorium to-morrow at :t P. M. and S P. M. There will be a special j choir of GOO voices at the afternoon | meeting. Mrs. Montgomery will be accom- j panier] by Miss Miller. Dr. Mary Noble' and Mrs. Henry V>*. Pcabody, of Boston, a returned missionary, who is the orig- ; inator of this movement. After Mrs. Peabody's marriage ner wealth and extraordinary fjift for ad? ministration brought her forward prom? inently in national work for missions. ?. Autolsts Use ?Write For Ts^?c Sample A great rooDy Autolsts use "Kondon's" to keep from breathing dust iuto their throat and lungs. Rub a little into nos? trils boforo start. Kills germs and catches the dust. Kondon's Is so sooth? ing and healing that it gl vos Instant relief, and Its continued use will cure perma? nently all forms of catarrh or hay fever, etc. Over 35.000 drugelsts sell It in 25o and 50c sanitary tubes. Doctors, nurse*, druggists recommend it. Even our sam file will convince you. Wrlto us today or liberal free sample. Kocdon Manufacturing Co. MLtncwpoUs, Minn, Even Pure ^25SS>*- la Sanitary Enough to Eat 25c & 60c Tubes inii I Special Sale of Women's Gloves and Hosiery to-day. HAVE YOU SEEN* THE s AT Pettit & Co.'?s ges LADIES' TAILOR AND SUIT MANUFACTURER, S. W. Corner Seventh nnd Franklin Streets, Opp. 1?. O. Madison 5175. Monroe 1053. Our Bread has a homelike flavor. Best ingredients, improved facilities expert bakers arc the "reasons why." 516 East Marshall Street, 501 West Broad Street. It is better not to be without NOLDE 8ROS. Action Against President ot Defunct Trust Cor? poration. ACCUSED MAN STILL SICK Attorneys Believe He Will He Able to Appear in Court February 20. Alexandria. Va., February ?Right Indictments were returned by a special grand jury tn the Corporation Court this morrtlng, with YV. n. Sweeney as foreman, against C. .1. Rixey, president of the defunct Virginia Sut'n Deposit and Trust Corporation. . One of the In? dictments charges Rlxoy with larceny of |50,000 of the monoy of the Vir? ginia Safe Deposit? und Trust Cor? poration. Four others charge that he felon? iously, knowingly and fulsoly made false statements concerning the finan? cial condition of tho hank to '.he State Corporation Commission. Three other Indictments charge him with malting an entry in an account kept in bank with intent in so doing to conceal the true state of such ac? count, to defraud said bank and to enable and assist a person to obtain money to which ho wan not entitled. Following a conference between At? torneys J. R. Caton, John D. Jeffers and John S. Barbour, attorneys for Rixey, with Commonwealth ^f.torney Samuel G. Brent, It was deoidvl \o have Rixey produced In court nt .7 o'clock tho afternoon of February 20. nt which time bond will be fixed and a date set for his trial. Tho Indictments will bo taken up separately when Rixey is tried. Ill* Condition Serious. Immediately after the jury had re? turned the indictments n conference followed between his attorneys and Commonwealth Attorney Samuel G. Brent, after which John S. Barbour announced to the court that while itixoy's condition in not critical, it Is serious. Me said Rixey, who is now In Norfolk, was suffering from chronic heart trouble and nervous shock, and that his counsel was assured by his physician that to bring- him Into court at. this time would retard his recovery. In conclusion, he added that it had been agreed to bring him here Feb? ruary 20 at 3 o'clock In the afternoon, unless it would be a serious menace to bis life to do so, and that on that day they would give proper ball bond. I Judge Barley said he had not en? tered an order for Rixey's arrest and would leave the matter of his produc? tion In court In the hands of his at? torneys. I ll|s counsel said that th?y expected they would be ready for the arraign? ment on that ilny and asked before leaving court for copies of the In? dictments returned against tho ac? cused. Made Exhaustive Inquiry. The grand jury which to-day re? turned the indictments against Rixey a short time ago mndo an exhaustive Investigation of the affairs of tho Vir? ginia Safe Deposit and Trust Corpora? tion, nnd in a report made to the court, following the investigation re? turned eight presentments against Rixey, which are virtually the same as set forth In tho Indictments returned to-day. Those composing tho jury I were W. II. Sweeney, foreman; K. 15. I.awler. James Boynb. D. It. Stansbury, John VY. May, C. J. W. Summers. Tho Virginia Safe Deposit nnd Trust Corporation went Into tho hands of re? ceivers December 110 last, folio wing ap? plication made to the Corporation i Court on tho part of those composing the board of directors of that insti? tution. At the same timo tho eight branches of the concern located in dlf 1 ferent parts of Virginia also closed their doors, making nine banks sus? pended. Afterward Commonwealth Attorney Samuel ?. Brent requested Judge Barley to call a special grand jury to j Investigate the affairs Of tho concern, j which resulted thus far In the re I turning of eight indictments against I C. J. Rixey, Its president. Gnllahnn?Opes. Frederlcksburg, Va., February 3.? French Gallahan and Miss Lillian Opes, both of Spotsylvanla county, ar? rived here before daybrcuk this morn? ing, ami left on an early train for Washington, where they were married to-day. ORDAINED AS BAPTIST. Bey. M. B. Bldenhour, Methodist Min? ister, (inen to Another Denomination? [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Spencer, N. C. February '.'>.?Rev. .?1, B, Ridenhoiir, who for a number of years has been a member of the West? ern North Carolina Methodist Confer? ence, was last night ordained Into tho ministry of the Baptist Church, having resinned his connections with tho Methodist denomination. He attended the last session of the annual confer? ence, in WlnstOn-S'alom, was tisalgnod to the pastorate of the Hay woo, j coun? ty circuit, with four good churches, but decided not to accept the appoint? ment. I'uring recent years ho served ns pastor in the. Methodist Church the charges at Big I-iek, Stunly county, and Wood leaf; in Rowan county, ho : Ides other places. The change from one denomination to another was a surprise to his friends. The Ordination ^ceremonjo? t?f&? Jl&VA hjHht. )n^ INDIC TED ON EIGH T CO UN TS C. J. IUXBY, President of Defunct Vlrsrliiin Snfc Deponit nnd Tnmt Corporation. I South Main Street Methodist Church, which has been used by the Baptists during the procoss of building a bouse of worship In that community. DIES AT A GR OF 10.1 Kphrnlm lamer Leuve* 145 Descendants. Funeral l,n*t Tuemlay. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] i Christiansburg, Vn? February 3.? The funeral services of Ephraim Long were conducted from the home of his son, Lloyd Long, on Tuesday by Rev. B. T. Land Is, of Prlco's Fork. Mr. Long was 103. years old, and leaves MS descendants, among whom are eight great-great-grandchildren. His wifo died about twenty years ago. Mr Long was a member of the Luth? eran Church, and the oldest person in this section. TAKE OVKIl PHOPRRTIES. Southern Ofllcinl? Formally Begin Man ngenient of Xcw Italirond Linea. [Speclnl to Tho Times-Dispatch.1 Bristol, Va? February 3.?General Superintendent Goo. R. Loyal, of the Western system of the Southorn Rail* way and a number of other officials of tho road, spent to-day horo. for? mally tnklng over tho Virginia and Southwestern and tho Holston Rlvor ? Railroad properties, the linos which'i rave tho Southern a direct connec? tion with the Southwest. Virginia coal fields. Superintendent Loyal said that only minor changes would bo made in tho official force horo. Tho party will tour the nowly-acduired lines to-mor? row. ?103 RAST GRACE STREET. I .A DIES.?From the 9th to 16th oU' February, f will let you take your choice of my suits to order, $10. Also three-plere riding habit for $45. All latest designs. L. AARON;, CRAVENETTE LADIES' SHOES All sizes?broad toes and heels. This is a lot of Shoes that I do not wish to carry over. They will give most excellent service, and they will doubtless be eagerly bought up. So call soon; better come to-morrow. WaV^i fr> v ?> 'vk?.*k ft. $1.50 A PAIR 61 Pairs of Ladies' Shoes Regular Prices, $4 00 and S5.00. Broken Sizes?Odds and Ends. Some of these Shoes are PATRICIAN, all out of seasonable stock. You may be fitted. Try. 65 CENTS A PAIR CHILDREN'S SHOES Regular Price, SI.25 and $1.50. Sizes 5 to 8. Good Serviceable Shoes?Come Qnick. $3.48 A PAIR Tell Your Husband, Brother, Father or Son About This. GOOD SHOE OFFER?ALL SIZES?ALL STYLES. 11 W. Broad Street.