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Having large square frames, were $1.50; on sale* to-day (Thursday) at. silver $1.00 Social and Persona l MRS. JAMES R. BRANCH and her daughter, MIbs Cary Cook? Branch, who havo been spend? ing the winter at the Chesterfield, left yesterday at noon for Baltimore, whoio thoy will vlBlt Mrs. T. N< Jackson, at her home In that city, 1010 North Cal vert Street. Mrs. Branch and Miss lJranch are en route for Atlantic City, where thoy expect to spend the Lenten season. Jnines?Tabb. Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lt Moncuro In Nowport News, was cele? brated tho marriage of Mls3 Bertram Tabb, daughter of the lato Yelverton Tabb, of Amelia county, to Dr- Lorl mer Fauntelroy James, formerly of Richmond, and now of Gloucester county. Rev. Thomas C. Darst, rector of Et. Paul's Episcopal Church in that city, performed the ceremony. Tho parlors wore banked with whlto flowers and palms. The bride, who en? tered the parlor with her mother, Mrs. J. I* Pattlson, of Richmond, wore a. gown of soft whlto satin, embroidered in pearls and trimmed in real lace. Her The Flour That's Always Right Signifies having "Excellence in the Highest Degree." That describes our photographs ex? act y. If you want the Best in photography here's the place. Foster's for Photographs all the time! 112 North Ninth Street. Spring Opening For Ladles. E. Endars and Son, Merchant Tailors representing the Ladies' New York Tailoring Co., of Fifth Avenue, Tr? now ready to take your order for line ladles' hand-made suits. Workmanship, style and finish guarentced. Call and in? spect our suitings and our latest fashionable show plates of Paris. New York. 604 E. Main St. myrna rigs Fancy pulled; each se? lected; large, juicy, 25c pound. Hermann Schmidt Monroe 101. 504 East Broad Street. Feel Stringer and Better Gentlemen: I think your "Mllam" Is a; srand medicine. V feel stronger and l>etter, ' more active and able to stand up under' my work, my digestion has Improved and my ?yesltrht seems to have eharcd in the general Improvement. (ItEV.) H. T>. OUERUANT. T>anvllle. Va.. Aue. 23. 1010. Handsome Silk Pet? ticoats to-dav. wmmm gooo as the Name. Virginia Made WILTSHIRE'S / ' 1111 E. Main St. The many points of superiority were' never better emphasized than in the LEE FERGUS SON PIANO CO. $1.89 FOR $3.50 SOLID OAK ROCKER. Well made and finely finished; saddle scat; extraordinary value at S1.S9 Hopkins Furniture Co. y and 9 W. Broad Street.* v voll was caught with fresh orango blossoms, and she carried a white Prayer Booh. Mrs. Pattlaon wore vio? let crepo do chlno, veiled In black laco with jet trimming*}, and a corsago bou? quet of: violets. Mrs. 13. K. Turnbull, who attended the bride as matron of honor, wore yellow messaline, draped In real laco, and carried white Bweet peas. Miss Fannlo Tabb, her sister's maid of honor, wore a frock of pale blue satin trimmed in crystal and car? ried pink sweet peas. Claybrooke James, brother of tho groom, was beat man. Tho aislo for the brlday party was formed by white ribbons caught at in? tervals with clusters of forgot-me-note. Daley Pattleon. Virginia Jeffrey, Alma and Virginia Branch held tho ribbons, and Elizabeth Turnbull carried tho ring In a calla Uly. They all woro lin? gerie frocks with wide blue sashoa. After tho informal reception, which followed the ceremony. Dr. Jamos and lils bride left for an extended trip Nor tlx. Richmond people present ut the wedding were: Colonel and Mra. B. O. James, Miss Susie Barfoot, Hugh Berkeley, Edward A. Tabb, Miss Myra Temple. Soenkn ut Banquet. / John Randolph Tucker, of Bichmond, wo3 among the speakers at the twenty second annual banquet of tho Washing? ton Alumni Chapter, Sigma Chi, in tho Shore ham Hotel. Washington, last night. George Ade, author and hum? orist, who in grand connul of the na? tional fraternity, was the guest of honor on this occasion, and represent? ed the executive committee of the grand chapter. Prominent Engagement. Society In Virginia and Maryland will be much interested In the announce? ment niado yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan Loverich; of Falrvlcw, Corona. L. I, of tho engagement of their daughter. Miss Gertrude Riker "Loverich; to John Triplett Harrison, son of the late Charles Kuhn Harrison, of Baltimore. Miss Loverich Is a most charming and accomplished girl and Is prominently connected In New York. Her mother was formerly Miss Floyd-Jones, and her grandmother wan a Miss Black well, of the same family as Juslah Low Blackwell, of Baltimore. Her grand? father. Charles P. Loverich, was for twenty-five years president of the Bank of New York. Mr. Harrison is one of seven broth? ers, all well known In society, and be? longs to prominent families. Including the Haxalls and Triplett?, of Virginia, and the Kuhns, of Philadelphia. His mother was Miss Louise Triplets Hax all, of Ri< hmond. Through '.Is father Mr. Harrison Is a descendant of Adam Kuhn, one of tho founders of 'Phil? adelphia. Tho date of the wedding has not been announced. Ten Room HoxtctiNca. The tea room at the Jefferson Hotel, In charge of the Girls' Club, will be opened for the Lenten senson this af? ternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Vases of bright flowern will decorate the tea tables, and hostesses of the afternoon will be Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. Godwin Boykln and Mrs. Wil^Jam Rutherfoord. At Petersburg Curd Party. Miss Nell Christian, of thle city, who is visiting friends In Petersburg, was among the guests entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Joseph B. Price, at her home In that place. Mrs Price en? tertained her card clug, and five hun? dred was played. Miss Christian also attended the hop and reception that followed the hunt given for the Deep Run Hunt Club, of this city, at the Riverside Country Club, Saturday af? ternoon. Of Interest Here. Says yesterday's Washington Post: "Dr. William Davis Tewksbury and his bride, formerly Miss Susan Tidball West; arrived In Washington Monday. They were married on February 25 at Roanoke, Va., at the home of the bride's aunt, Miss Holliday, and made the trtp to Washington by automo? bile. Mrs Tewksbury is the daughter of Samuel a. West, whose father was the. well-known Dr. Robert West, of Bed? ford county, Va.. a descendant of the old colonial family by that name. She IS a beautiful and accomplished girl. The bridegroom Is well known as a Washington boy and a rising young physician. Ho comes from the ancient English family of Tewkesbury. orlg inating during the Elizabethan age. and is descended, through his mother (who is Mrs. Jas. Vage* Hamilton, of Capitol Hill), from the Virginia Da vises and Elmores of the Revolution? ary days. Dr. Tewksbury was graduated in lC'OS from George Washington University, arid has been sperintendent of the Vir? ginia State Tuberculosis Tanatorlum at Catawba for th? past two years, but has returned to Washington to assume charge of the District Tuberculosis Hospital, in rhis city, vice Dr. Percy G. Smith, resigned. Dr. and Mrs. Tewksbury are stop? ping with the bridegroom's grandpa? rents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Davis, on Capitol H1I. and after March 10 will be at home tit their residence, corner 6f Georgia Avenue and Upshur Street. Northwest." It.a." "t Cvnuisclicnl Society . The annual mass-meeting of the Hu? guenot Evaiigelical Society will be held in Monumental Church on Sunday af? ternoon. March 5. at 4 o'clock, when Rev. J. Henning Keims, D. D., of Wash? ington. D. C. will make the address. This society is Intcr-denominatlonal and all interested in the work being carried on In France by the Huguenot Society are cordlallv invited to at t end. Meet This Morning. The annual meeting, with the elec? tion of officers, of the board of man? ag" rs e>f the. Virginia Home for In? curables will be held this morning at 11 o'clock at the home. Business of importance will come before the board, and all members are asked to be pres? ent The regular monthly meeting of the Branch R. Allen Auxiliary will be hied this morning at II o'clock in the an? nex of Murphy's Hotel, a full attend? ance is desired. Woman'-i Missionary Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock In the church parlor. The subject for the after? noon will be "Foreigners and the Fron? tier." In and Out of Town. Miss Therese Nurnoy, of Suffolk, Va., Is the guest of relatives in this city for several days. Mrs. Arthur Lefroy is very ill at her home. Iis West Franklin Street. Miss nena, Angus King has returned to her homo, f.IT West Grace Street. ?f le;r an extended stay in Greensboro, j N. c. T. M. Ilohson, of this city, is the guest of relatives in Baltimore for ?several days. Mrs. Harry Frazier, who has be?n visiting her daughter. Mrs. Krskine Miller. In Staunton, has returned to Richmond. Mrs. D. T. Williams is quite sick at her home, 1010 Park Avenue. ? Mrs. Frank Atkinson, of West Vir? ginia, who has been the guest of her cousin. Miss Ethel Larrnond. In Alex? andria, is now visiting relatives here. Miss Liza Mason, of Fauquiei county, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Ida Mason, in this city. Miss Helen Montague, of Richmond, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. [ Freemen Basin, In Baltimore. Miss Lenoro Tinsloy has returned to Richmond, after spending some time in Bermuda. Misses Mamie and Lucrcao Schroeder A LIVING MONUMENT _ I ! Letter from Mrs. Vaughao, of Raleigh, Regarding Results She Obtained by Follow? ing Sister's Sug? gestion. Raleigh, N. C.?In a letter from this place Mrs. Annie Vaughan writes: "I was sick and worn-out, almost unto death. I suffered a great deal with stiffness and sore spots all. over. When I would lie down it was an effort to get up. My sister finally persuaded me to try Cardui. Before long I was well and strong. I cannot find words to express my deep gratitude for Cardui, for I sincerely be? lieve it saved my life. Your remedy is just the thing for broken-down women. I wieh every sufferer could know of Car? dui, for I believe it will do for them what it did for me. 1 regard myself as a living monument to it.s efficacy. I can't say too much for it. I recommend Cardui to all sick and run-down women." We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving every day. For more than 50 years Cardui has been relieving women's sufferings and building weak women up to health arid strength. If you arc a woman, give it a fair trial, j It will help you, for it has helped a mil? lion others. Your druggist has it. X. Ii.?Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept., j Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, I Tenil., for Special Instructions and 64-pagc book, "Home Treatment for Women," ' sent, in plain wrapper on request. are visiting friends In thi3 city for ae\ eral weeks. Mrs. Sullivan, of Birmingham, Ala., is spending some time with friends in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bran oh Mc Adaraes have returned to Richmond, after a short visit to Mrs. Robert L, Nutt, in Portsmouth. Miss Florence Page Jones, of -Oil Hanover Avenue, continues very ill at the Virginia Hospital. Miss .Tanie Draper has been visitinc Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Draper, in Pulaskl. after a stay of several weeks in this city. Mrs. Harry S. Green, who has been visiting in Norfolk and Richmond, has returned to her home in Staunton. O?VCtI-l.noc, [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Williamsburg, Va., March 1.?Bruton Parish Church was the scene last night I of one of the most beautiful weddings ! celebrated in that historic edifice since i the restoration of the building, when ] Miss Martha Lane became the bride of Grover Ashton Dovell. The church was resplendent in Its decorations of ferns, palms and white candles. Miss M. Eva Wright presided at the organ and ren? dered an elaborate program as the bridal party marched down tho aisle. The bridesmaids were Misses Lucy Lamb, Lukretia De Jarnette and Mary Wllsoit, of Norfolk, and Agnes Terrell and Ruby Mongre. of Birmingham, Ala. They wore rose pink Charmeuse, draped In pink chiffon, trimmed in white lace and brown marabou. Th*ir flowers were maidenhair ferns tied with pink tule. The maid of honor, Miss Virginia Daingenleld Peachy, cousin of the bride, wore white satin liberty, hand embroidered, and trimmed In dewdrop I lace and white marabou, carrying KillarneyJ, roses. Mrs. Lavin Winder Lane, matron of honor, wore pale green .?atin char | mouse, band-embroidered in crystal i beads, and trimmed In real lace, and carried Klllarney roses. The bride was in white satin d?tchesse, elaborately trimmed with seed pearls and real laces. Her veil was caught with orange blossoms, and She wore family pearls. Her flowers | were lilies of the valley and white orchids. The ushers were G. A. B. Dovell, C E. Dovell, brothers of the groom; George Hanklns, Howard Tucker, Don? ald Cameron, W. K. Doty, Colonel .1. T. Christian and Daingerfleld Spencer. The groom, with his best man, Cecil Stevens, of Richmond, entering from the vestry, met the bridal party at the altar, where tho impressive oeremony | was conducted by the Rev. R. Ruflln Jones, rector of Bruton Parish. The bride was given away by her father, Colonel Levin Winder Lane. After the ceremony at the church a reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. The house decorations were ferns and Maryland roses snd Southern smilax. with silver candle? sticks and shaded candles. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell left late at nicht on a special train for Richmond. They will reside in Tacoma, Wash., where Mr. Dovell hss formed a lnw partner? ship for tho practice of his profession. On rdner?Ol enden ntng. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Winchester, Va., .March l. ? Earl Foster Gardner and Miss Lilly Holll day Clendennlng, members of well known Berkeley county families, were married last night in tho Methodist Episcopal Church at Bunker Hill by Rev. G. A. Luttrell. Crnlg?Fling. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Winchester. Va.. March 1.?George L. Craig, and Miss Annie Elizabeth Fling, daughter of Joseph Fling, were mar- ' rted here last night by Rev. Luke R- i ; Markwood. of the Southern Methodist Church. rtlsoii?TonipkltM. CSpecial to; The Times-Dispatch.] Chatham. Va.'. March I.?The homo of .1. w. Tompkins, at Whltmell. was j on Tuesday at high noon tho scene of a beautiful wedding, when his daugh? ter, Miss Ida n.. became the bride of1 Senator George T. IMson. of this place. I The ceremony was impressivelv per- | formed by Rev. W. D. Barr, "imme? diately after the ceremony Senator and Mrs. Rison left for Chatham, where I they will reside. An elegant wed? ding dinner was served in old Virginia style. ^TCmsngeitient Announced. [Special to The Times-Dispaitoli,] t'ape Charles. Va., March 1.?Mr and Mrs Hyram Walter Williams, of Ca e Charles, have formally announced Ihn engagement of their daughter, Miss Nellie Williams, to Roderic Adams nry if.n. of the University of North Caro? lin?. Tho wedding will take place In April. I'lRl'J AT SI.LLINS COLLEGE. Rlazc in Building Occupied by 1M> Glrln?Little Daningc Dono. (.special to The Times-Dispatch.] Bristol, Va., March 1.?By the promptness of the fire department a disastrous blaze was averted here at 6 o'clock this evening. The blaze broke out on the I bird iloor of Sullins Col? lege, tvhieb Is occupied by l.rif> hoard? ing students. While tho fire looked threatening, the girls were nil warned, and .hurried from the building -without accident. Tho tire was extinguished In twentv mlnnlau. ARRANGING FOR Duties of Employes Are Reas? signed?Agitation in Other Cities. Postmaster Edgar Allan, Jr., and his hoads of departments are- now engaged in concluding details in preparation for the Sunday closing of the poBt-oflice. whic-h will be inaugurated next Sun? day. Yesterday the reorganization ol tho employes of the poet-office was ef? fective, and an order was sent out by Mr. Allan explaining to all of the new chiefs the details of the Sunday clos- j lng plan. Sunday closing means only the shut- ' ting down of the general delivery win- I dow, which In the past has been open from 4 to 6 P. M., and dispensing with tho sole of stamps. The work of the office .on Sunday will be minimized in every practicable way, though the spe? cial delivery service will not be dis? turbed. May Secure Delivery, Mr. Allan is at work on a plan where? by citizens expecting Important mall will be able to receive It Sunday. What system looking towards this end will j be adopted is not now known. It has j been suggested by Mr. Allan that per- i sons wishing to get their Sunday mall j may do so by making application in i writing for tho delivery of an expected: letter or package, and In order to re? ceive It. leave a special delivery witli | the clerk who will be detailed to handlo j the matter. The Sunday cloning plan is being ag-1 Itated in many of the larger cities. Carrier's In Now York are now circu- j latlhg petitions for the discontinuance of the Sunday morning delivery. No action has been taken. In Kansas City tho Sunday closing movement wan inaugu rated, but met with such opposition that it was found advisable to continue the old regime In a modified form. Detroit Trying It. In Detroit the Sunday closing rule is! In effect as far as delivery at carriers': windows is concerned. The general delivery window Is open for transients from -J:30 to 10:30 A. M. The Duluth post-oflice is also oper? ating ?tnder the Sunday closing plan. The general delivery window Is open, however, from 10 to 11 A. M. Mall Is distributed In the boxes, and if for any special reason business houses must have their mall, it may bo procured Rheumatism Relief Found Many in this vicinity have not only found relief, but a cure. In the follow? ing prescription, which was printed last year in the newspapers. Any ono having a friend suffering with rheuma? tism would do well to clip and present It. Undoubtedly tho ingredients are ordinary in character, but the peculiar combinations or compounding seems to effect results little less than marvelous. Have a druggist mix it who will use tho true and pure Ingredients only, and results ar^ assured: Iodide of Potassium.2 drams Sodium Sallcylate....4 drams Wine of Colchicum. \~ ok Comp. Ess. Cardiol.1 or. Comp. Eld. Balm wort.1 07. Comp. Syrup Sarsaparilla. .5 o/.s Mix and take a teaspoonful after each meal and one nt bedtime. After the first week gradually increase th? i dose to two teaspoonfuls. Be perslst I ent and regular in its use if you e.\ poct a cure. Unlaundered Linen Bosom Shirts double sewed, reinforced back and front, c Move Tuesday to New Store FURNITURE COMPANY SPECIAL SALE 1429 E. Main St. 117 W. Broad St. PIANO TUNING Repairing. Volclnj and General Overhauling. Let us estimate for you. Phone Madison 6506. CRAFTS Fifth and Grace Streets. It is better not to be without NOLDE BROS. Closing Out Sale NOW OH Prices Slaughtered Porter's Specialty Shoe Store, 217-218 North Vltth Street. Kitchen Cabinets will le.-sen kitchen labor. Try one Sold by Rothert & Co., Fourth und Broad, from the office of the postmaster within the same hours. Boston. Cleveland. Milwaukee, Chi? cago and other cities are reported to bo contemplating- tho plan. Bimllar to that which will be_effective In Rich? mond Sunday. FARMERS HD AR LECTURES. llic Crowd* Greet Spcnker* on Institute Train nt Ducbnnan and Xeirpostlo. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Eagle Mountain, Va., March 1.?The special farmers' institute train over the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad stopped to-day at Buchanan and Newcastle. At the former place a largo crowd of rep? resentative farmers was present, and at the latter place there was an oven larger gathering. Tho two coaches and the waiting room were used. Com? missioner G. W. K?lner is In the company, and delivered splendid ad? dresses at each point. H. A. Miller, of tho Department of Agriculture, Wash? ington, gavo somo excellent talks on soil improvement. W- D. Selm talked on alfalfa and corn, which the farmers appreciated greatly. The attendance all the week has been excellent, nearly double what It has ever been in other years. WORKING FORCE REDUCED. Order of N. & XV. Said to He Result ?f Recent Itutc l)celnlon. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Bristol. Va., March 1.?Said to be a result of the recent rate decision, the working force in the freight depart? ment of the Norfolk and Western Rail? way here was reduced to-day. It is claimed that similar reductions are bring made over the entire system. Other roads entering Bristol are mak? ing reductions in their operating forces. BLUE MOUSE" Ministers in Fayetteville Pro* Rested Against Production Being Allowed. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Fayetteville, N. C. March 1.?"The Blue Mouse." much talked of recently as an Immoral play, was on the boards here to-night, but on probation. The Baptist. Presbyterian and Methodist ministers of the city petitioned Mayor Protein Poe to prohibit the perform? ance, which he did. The directors of the Lafayette Theatre assured the Mayor that nothing immoral would bo allowed, hut the Mayor stood firm, and said the play should not go on. The theatre directors telegraphed Mayor J. D. McNeill, who Is in Raleigh. Mayor McNeill sent the following telegrams to acting Mayor Poe: "Have just seen telegram from C'ty Clerk, Chief of Police, members of Board of Aldermen and prominent citizens of Wilmington, who say -The Bine Mouse' is not objectionable. You are making a mistake, and will in? volve tho city in a law suit. You have no warrant of law for your action. At? tend the show yoursalf, with Chief of Police, and if anything indecent is shown then you can stop them, not otherwise, and your action is arbitrary. I have instructed the Chief of Police. Vou must assume all personal respon? sibilities." But still Mayor Poe was obdurate. Then tho directors distributed circu? lars giving a full statement of the case, and assuring the public that "The Blue Mouse" would be'played to-night. About tea time Mayor Poe yielded, consenting that the performance should tfilte place. A committee of throe? Mayor "Poe. Q. K. Nlmocks and S. C. iper?acted as censors. BOY SHOT BY NEGRO :~!rny Shot Tnke* Effect In Leg of n Passerby, Walter Tyler, twelve years old, white, who lives at 1320?/? West Clay - ? t. was shot last night by an un l.uown negro. Tho shooting occurred tit Norton and Clay Streets. The ball took effect'in the right leg. The negro was shooting at somo one else. It wus said, and the bull took effect in an innocent passerby. The boy was attended by Dr. Tune, of the city ambulance, and was taken home, where his injury wa=c said to he not of a serious nature. Contract for Street Paving. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch. 1 Newborn. N. C. March 1.?The Board of Aldermen, in special session to-day. at noon awarded the street pn^'lng work to tho Georgia Fnginoering Com? pany, of Augusta. Ca., at $L4S for Augusta block and cement filler. East Front Street and lower Pollock may bo i>i\c! with tarvia macadam after tho work Is investigated in other cities. There is $50,000 for ttic work WilllmriNon?Kellar. ["Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch, ] Frederick sbiirg, Va., March I.?At "Wavcrly..' the homo in Spotsylvania eCUnty of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Kellar. Miss Edith Kellar. their daughter, and Jeter Williamson, of Richmond, wore united In marriage, Rev. H. IT. John? son performing the ceremony. Tho couple will reside in Richmond. Petitloh In Bankruptcy. Norfolk-. A'a., March 1.?Segar Whii Ihg, conducting the Hampton Furni? ture Company, nf Hampton. to-day filed a petition hi voluntary bankrupt? cy, placing his liabilities at $RS;987, with assets scheduled lit $93,730, of which $ir>,tiS0 is in encumbered real estate and $30,500 In bills and receiv? able Secured claims amount to S'.tti. 957, arid unsecured claims to $21,(97. Operations RcMimod. [Special to The Tlmoa-D'spatch. 1 I Rofmoko, Va.. March t,~-The Roa nokc Machine Works resumed opei'n i tions hero this morning, when 1,800 men returned to work, after a lay-oft of three days, caused by deficiency in the month's appropriation. REPORTS ARE FILED I j BY CORPORATIONS Business Houses Wait Till Last Moment to Give In Their Year's Business. Deputies in the office of M, K. Ldwry, Collector of Internal Revenue, worked until nearly 12 o'clock last night in receiving reports of tho earnings of corporations In the Second Virginia District for the year of 1910. Yester? day was the last day to accept the statements without the Imposition ol penalties, and many firms took advan? tage of tlie tinio allotted them and did not file their papers until the last minute, with the result that there was R great Influx at one time. Nearly 3,000 reports were, received yesterday. Firms which mailed their reports yesterday, but which will not he re celved hero until to-doy or to-morrow, *ill be considered to have died them within the specified time. Postmarks and dates on tho envolopcs will be the guides of the revenue authorities in I this. 1 It is believed, that about &5 per cent, of the corporations in this district will have complied with the law and sub? mitted their statements. Those wh? did not do this will be subjected ta fines. The papers show the gross and net earnings of the companies, but Infor? mation contalnod In them la treated with the utmost confidence by tho de? partment. They will now be assessed for the corporation tax, which will be payable before July 1. New "Cut-Off" Open to Traffic. L-ynohburg. Ya., March 1.?The Southern Railway's now cut-off around Lynchburg, which is ten miles long, and cost $4.000,000. was opened to freight traffic to-day. Passenger trains will use the new line in about two weeks. ** Lyiiehburff Postmaster Xniued. Washington. March 1.?President Taft sent to-day to the Sonate the nomination of .lames K. McLaughlin to be postmaster at Lynchhurg. 11 West Brpacl Street, Is Selling $6.00/ $6.50 & $7.00 This Week for * All Leathers?All Sizes Also a First-Class $5 Men's Shoe in all Leathers and all Sizes for NEW YORK, Announces a Sale of AT fee Thursday, March 2d. A Large Variety o. Novelty Pieces at Moderate Prices. Lingerie Dresses.$25.00 to $75.00 Afternoon Gpwns.S29.50 to $50.00 Tub Dresses ._. $5.50 to $15.00 Cotton Blouses. $5.50 to $22.00 Also, COATS, WRAPS AND SUITS. - March winds bring chills and other ills. Avoid them by buying NOW Cold Weather Necessities Hot Water Bott'es, made of best Para rubber that won't crack?a comfort and convenience in t ho home ?$1.00 to $3.00. Flannel Chest Protectors, a protection for your chest and lungs that cold can't penetrate?50c to $1.00. Chamois Vests keeps the chill wind out and saves doctors' bills?$2.50. i4V nol- The Life Saver " will make you feel like ne\vl A p ( paration of choice cod livers and peptonate of iron, possessing great medicinal* valu s and tissue . building properties. CHILDREY'S?First and Broad Publicity "Hurexu of ? Rlohmond.