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of tho first ton constitutional amend?
ments oh December 15; it-.m.
In 1704 (Joyernor Henry Too np
pointed hint United States Senator to
nil ah unoxplrcd form, This he dp-;
.lined, as he did the position of Sec?
retary Of State and the otneo of Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, im
der e'd him by Washington. John Ad a ins
wished to appoint hlth minister to
Franco, but he refused tins honor also.
In 17'.>." he purchased a handsome os
ivite, Bed Hill. Charlotte county; whore,
lie spent Ids clositiR years in dighlned
;;nd happy retirement.
State UcllKhta to lluuof,
This is the man whom his native
stale. Virginia, remembers with honor1
to-day. in the placing1 of a tablet ph.
the Trails or St; John's Church, iyhqrej'i
the supreme effort Of Ms life in oratory;
was made. Hun. Aid. n Hell, Of CUl
peper, who introduced the bill into
tho Virginia Logislaltirci isechrlhg an
apptoprlatloh fur this tablet, will malte
the addr?s.< Of presentation, niul will
1-avc. as a gavel the k< t-> Stn ... y,
the home in Hanover county. \'i>.. of
Sarah Winston Henry and John Henry,
of Aberdeen, Scotland, her husbatid.
Hero Bat rich Henry was bom en May
The Pn; rick Henry pe\v in St. .Ibftn s
Church will be ocCuiiied tji-day by the
nearest ltvlng descendants of the great
orator?Mta William Wirt tlenryi hor
daughter. Mrs. James Lyons; her son,
William Witt Henry, and Miss Susie
Dabney. of Lynch burg, Va., who has
been ehoieh to draw aside the veil
fioni the tablet:
I)e>ccn( of Mti* Dabney.
Miss Dabney';- mot hor was Florence
Miller; daughtet of Margaret Henry
and William A. Miller, of Lynchburg.
.Margaret Henry was born at tied Itm,
tho Henry home, in Charlotte county..
Her parents were John Henry and
Elvira Bruce McClelland. John Henry
was the youngest son of Patrick Hen?
ry, and only three years old when bis
father died
Other descendants will occupy a
?p??e hi tii- cl.nrch specially reserved
for them. The famous Stuilley key oo?
longs! to lfoii. James Lyons, to whom
It iv'as slv< n by his grand faThcr, the
late James Lyons. It came down from
Judge Betel- Lyons, the owner of
Mud ley, by purchase;.
Hurled In Charlotte.
Patrick Henry Is buried at .Bed *..Ti.
v. blcli still belongs t;> lite Henry lain,
ily. being now owned by Mrs. Matthew
Bland .iarrlsoti, formerly Miss Grace
Harrison, daughter of the late William
Wirt 11 urrisen, of this city. An oblong
slab of marble covers the grave, and
is Inscribed with the dal?'.- of Henry's
birtli and death und the simple words.
'His fame his bi s*, epitaph.'' ruder an
adjoining slab rests the remains Of his
wife. Doroliteit Dandrldge Henry.
Hod "Hill has suffered less chance
than many historic Virginia homes.
Tho boy hedges which mark the walks
and driveways and ihn bid-fashioned
garden give the jilaee a distinct fiavor
of ante-bellum days.
Thomas s. Henry, of San Antonio,
Tex., a great-grandson, who rissembies
his fann-us ancj.-vor in person and In
gifts, will add ids tribute it> the- ex?
ercises of tit.-, day.
Graudncpbcn Files Petition Asking
Leave to Intervene In
the SViil'i
Cor.e :?-<!. ?? M . t: .' ?One m.dr't :*jji'?
1 ''?? '? 1 : ie? a
?r.-r in* - . ' if Mrs; Ma? y Baker Edflyj
? ? : ti* ioi : :?.!? B. Ba&Vri
?: JL- li:.k.-. .1?;hti rUthi's to V*
* ? : M : -. ??;.?!?);?.? throuph. r it
'? r ' '? ' '? ' T', '" *"vrU-r Cbu'ri
M?: ' - ?* "? ? '-??> ' -. in the suit !. ?.-?
W--.?dJ:-.? . : . ;:- airalua't kehry M
*-'<??' ? ? - i ? ?<? ? ??? Co.- Kdiiy e?ai?;
I "? ' - iirtt f .'? .s*.: bj George V.'. Oliver;
L- -.: .- .*?.. Mrs iiUdj .- son, ihd Dr. }:.
- V ? Water bury, yt., he:
b'< >?- it ; si -. : '??'! for a!:?.-i. s* ?V, the FifSt
'but b -britst. ?eji-htlst, <,f Borton. .;.? an
amount ?.!. -. ?? that 'whh?h ur: pvr
tbl'U'd by to be bcephVatfted ttJ a singt.-?
??huren-; "ht p.'ohtitf* us-k that th. i.-ou?t
- tta ' o.' ih'e . st:m. (Stihiittfcd at
Hppr.-.x!n;:;.s??;..- ^. '.''? ?>...?. to >,?? s-iM!; to them
?.?. ::#jst (it VMr. Mis. Kdrt:.
Jiihi'i }??? }.t.i?:??!? Ip hi*! petition taker, the
srpund that I" -i. l ? iie.rinitte'd to int?sr
\<h" i.-j ihis suit Vc'cttusi If t'..r court ghoiitn
(l<-c;ai-.> t?:iiilbaiy i-hiii?..-i invalid <l(
would tie onUtbid to ed.aro "in iho rcsleliie an |
"??e id the ii'i m kin A similar ptUHloB i
wai- recently filed b> Oco^ce w. luiti r. of
In I'o!4t-O(iice <inl> Xeeessafj- Work
\\ ill He Done.
tVashlhatoii, Miirch 21.?Sunday work
in p?sl-bfllces ttit-ougbouf the country
is to be discontinued so far as con?
sistent with the facilitation of tho
transmission of mail;
In the important post-offices only
such work as will prevent congestion
jirtd delay of mails must be done Malls
>\iil be recelVed and dispotched as
heretofore; while arrangements will
be made- for a limited delivery through
the general rich very windows. The
ttstrlbutlbn of mall to boxe? will bo
contihuea. Special delivery letters
will be delivered and patrons of nnv
ofllce will be afforded the privilege of
having their mall delivered on Sun?
days, by depositing the. required fee
for spt-cfai delivery service. Postmas?
ter-General Hltcbuock's idea is to af
ford erhpioyes tit the postal service one
day v rest In sevenj
WIIIIh Vernon i nie Has Support ,if
Christian Scientist*.
New ybr.k. Miirch 21.?Willis Vernon
Coie, a f.iltii healer, was indicted to?
day by the grand jury on four counts,
Including charge* li'f unlawful practice
Ji medli'Ihe and violation of the pub?
lic health hiw-- The litdictthcti't fol
lows Colo's arrest early In February
or. evidence gatheied hv two police
matrons, vyho to prase ht^d that C'Ole
charged them ?2 a visit for trdkirriftst',
v.i.ich, the prosecution claims, could
only be giveh legally by a pr.actIcing
Colo -1: defehdi 2 by former District
Attorney Jerome, and barf the support
of prominent Chflisjlail Scientist/?; The'
Indictment Is a step Iii Mr Ji romp's
lnslsier.ee that the Case before a
jury for decision.
Postpone Oebiia'rdt Triai,
Thij tr;al of Chrliibph^r Oebhartlt indicted
??;> o charge of runnlni; .i frdihblitig houen,
?wen postponed yesterday in the llufftlngs
Court to April ii The pio'stpbacmeht ivat
(tnihted on account of the tibisenc? .if
(tirfel witr.frfjs lor the Ciun in o n w cat th.
Iri-n-frr BuelchijErhniii PrlKonVrH.
lid Johesiuhd It lob a id Peritlne, the r.o'nroe?
?hAjged with murder and arson In Bucklhtii
btith c'jiitjty, and who are -o be tried le-re.
tvefa yteierday tranptorro.d from tbe Ilfhrlci
".<ir.t>- Jail to the CUy Jail. A eliupfe bl
v<?>u.e -.v.-is tcranted them by tlie Saprerne
Young Officer and Fiancee De- \
cicle to Marry While Chance j
Is Theirs.
[Special to The Timos-Dlspatoh.]
Norfolk; Va., March 21.?Deciding
this morning- that the uncertain con- j
alt Ions In naval and military circles,
owing to the threatening war clouds, J
made future meetings dubious, thret |
hours after the decision was made j
-Miss Grrtco Laurens Howard, daugh- I
ter of Uear-Aduilr.'tl and Mrs. T. U |
Howard, and Lleutenant-Conimandei i
James Proctor Morton, United States
iStiyy, were married toj-du'y at high i
noon In Christ Church, RoV. Francis A I
f-telnmetz, [ >, ]>., rector of ihr- church,:
performing the cerom?ni'; i
RearrAdmlr?l Howard; father of the
bride; Is in epmmithd of'the third divi?
sion of the Atlantic licet, uhfl did not
know of the marriage, as ho was in
upper ChcHftpeuko Hay with his aivl*
i slon. Mrs. Howard came with bet
daughter to Norfolk from their home In
I Annapolis to meet Admiral Howard,
j Lieutenant-Commander Morton !s in
j command of the torpedo-bout destroyer
' Flusse r, which has Just beeil put Iii
I commission and attached to the Atlan?
tic lieet.
The only attendants at the marriage,
Which was very Informal, wero Mrs.
R. C. Ncodhum, wife of Ensign Need
hath, United States Navy, Lleutehaht-r
Commander J. S. Doddrldgo, United
states Navy, commandlim the torpedo
boat Reed, and J. S. Can. of Norfolk.
Miss Howard and Lleutertiint-Corh
j triaride'r Morton, whoso home Is In
Kphsas City, had been engaged about
I four months. 1 ut when they met here
la flew day., ngo bad no t bought of an
j immediate marriage. Pleading that
the uncertain conditions made future
I meetings problems tc, he persuaded tho
I yoUhg woman ?nd her mother to en
^'itit to n marriage at oner. She con.
I sentcd tbls^Udoxtiing at o o'clock; and,
j only three" hours we re spent In seeut -
Irm the iiei'fiHsury Hccutte, engaging li
7h&t*& i? Owljr7 One
uturo rue world over to ouhe a gold ?m o?f day.
Always remember the full name Ix>ok
for this signature on every box 26o.
Our season's collection (Spring 1%) 1 1 ) of men's, young
men's, boys' and juvenile apparel contains groupings of all the
dressiest designs and styles, and, though simple and conserva?
tive, are reimed and elegant.
Men and Young Men's Suits
ami Overcoats .
Boys' Suits and Overcoats,
Juvenile Suits and Reefers,
You are invited in to see them.
$15.00 to
$3.50 to
$3.50 to
Urn :: '
1 ::::.t:::
minister ami wnkhig up tlid groom'.-;
Urdt'lifcK-dllicer, Lie iteriani^C.'i tnmander
Doddridge. .??ff;- Hie ceremony thti
bridal party v.:>- given :< luncheon ?I
Um Mpritlcelio Hotel. Tile party then
?>vent to Old Point, where Lieutentint
Cbthmandef Dbddridge gave a dinner
at the Chamberlin. after which Mr. anil
Mrs. Morton left on the Old Bay Line
for a ?hort. totir North. Miss Helen
Hops, of Philadelphia; Mrs. If. Cli
Fuller, wife of Lieutenant ftitleri;
United States Navy and Miss Ofldilln
Miller, of Baltimore, were guests at
11 ?? dinner.
(Continued From First Page.)
terlzed at; so bold ah attempt at fraud
that Mrs. Tennoy never even showed
the letter to her attorney;
How long," concluded Mr. We tided -
burg vehomenti;/,, "hb\v long w\\\ Mr.
Tennoy be required to wear this dis?
graceful yoke with the woman to whom
lie committed his name'/ The greatest
ambition a nun. can have 1^ to lie
worthy of tit... love of some splendid
woman, but when that woman falls
from her pedestal of purity she not
only Injures that husband, but attacks
the very foundations of society. The
Injured husband looks to the law for
relief in an absolute divorce, while she
should look to her Clod for forgiveness
i ask for an absolute decree freeing
George ?. Tenney from this bond, and
f ask Vour Honor to say to 5Iiis wo?
man, 'Go and i-ln no more,' "
ItnynlPn ? losing Argument.
Mr. Royal I in closing characterized
Mr SVendehburg's whole argument .*?:?
a reckless and daring performance,
founded on suppositions and tin- be?
lief that the court would believe sueli
statements as those of Tenney, Hunch
an'! the negro, Hampton.
"1 have never met in all my prac?
tice, extending t?vor many years." as?
serted Mr. Itoyall, "tintie witnesses so
absolutely untrustworthy, three stieh
unblushing liars and perjurers us they
.i re."
1 iJMr. P.oynll proceeded to show in
'accuracies and Inconsistencies betweeh
^t-b*?^tiin.'iny for ? ach Side, some *fTT
the wit nesses directly ' cont 1 adletIng
each other in Important blotters, s<-v
eral times t haracterlxltig George '?.
Tenney as an "unnecessary liar"- -a
"dirty don. who was plotting to ruin
and destroy an innocent woman of
(whom he had tired, in order that he
might return to Maty H?rne. Look at
his unnecessary lies as to that cor?
About 'i'lint Corset.
'Did lie keep the < or.set as a trophy?"
asked .1 udgo < it inrmii.
"It svasn't hi.- wife's," answered Mr.
lioyaii. it wasn't Iiis daughter's. Jti
Hod's name, whose was it"' Ills ac?
count 01 a corset drummer Is a lie on
Hie face of it."
Mi. Koyall asserted thai the tCSti
1n vhv.S i nt 1 in: ijuip.
IliAXATlVK IlitOMO QULN'lNK removes tint
j. nttffl. There lr only ..hp ?? Ultt ?MO OriNIN'i:"
I Look 1?.- ttlcnatutd of U. W. UUOVU. :ic.
! rri?iiy bf Tillmhti Rurich was not im
pur laut, Iiis "perjury being merely
jiriudrthrowlug ? gainst Mrs. Tenney's
? character, while he used Iiis place as
i a guest in her home and admirer of
', her daughter as a spy In the Interests
of Mr. Tenney.''
j Hunch was characterized as a gam
f bier and drunkard, who had failed in
the navy and was now In the em
pi by then i of Mr. Tenney's company,
having failed otherwise to support bis
'lf>- was a spy/' said Mr. Royall.
"Thai's bow they get this absurd story j
about Major Gordon and Mrs. Tenney \
In a Pullman car and a New York
hotel. Mrs. Tenney says he sold the,
Btory to Tennoy Certainly he violated j
every obligation of a gentleman." |
Gordon in hu Imbecile.
Mr. Royal! asserted that his pre- I
decessprs. as attorneys for Mrs. Ten?
ney?Ldessrs. Stern arid Patterson?
had got ten their facts wrong In pre-I
paring the bill, and that Mrs. Tenney
had riot bad .; chance to revise It. Ho
again said that Major Gordon was now
:iti imbecile, who could not bo trailed
on to testily,
"Thert. Is evidence." suggested Judge
Grinnan. "as t<. his condition on the
two days lit? was in Richmond. Is
tlierc any other i vlde.nco as to his men?
tal condition covering a longer period
than two days?"
"Mr. \\'t rideuburg says he was ra?
tional it i ?e'-: i ?!!?." answered Mr. Roy
all; "but ! didn't (hire to r>ut such a,
man on lite stand I didn't Know what
he would say. i don't dare to produce
I him, and besides wo don't have to
prove Innocence. It is for the other
side to prove our guilt beyond o rea?
sonable doubt."
Turning to Judge Witt, who was sit
tins within the railing, Mr. Royall
ticked dramath illy whether it criminal
? 1 nvlctbtii could be obtained oh such
r.?ntradlotory ? Idcnct as was offered
Got Contract Through Gordon.
As to Major Gordon, be brought it
' that it was he who. through his
brother, Gehend .lohn P. Gordon. ?<?
? o for Tenney Llio government- eon
' 1 ? ? Iginillc buttlofleld park
'; Chlcl i in.'i tiga, which proved the
foul,,) 11 ion of Tenney's fortune. Mr.
Royiill alluded broadly to a Miss Rob
' oil oi Wi hingtori; (laughter of trio
? ? aiding house in which
?Terihoj lopped, and made fre
?Vril refvrences to Mary Home, until
j Mr. WendeubUrH called fbr proof other
' thiih tin 1 tier oi IS?9. which was bar?
red by limitation, and condoned bv
the fact that Mrs. Tennoy had lived
Ith her huHhiind after It had fallen
I into her possession,
?Mr. Roynll mated that Mrs. Tenney
was< no stopping with a Mrs. Gordon,
i In Washington, a member of the Gor
I don family, showing that the family
put no faith In the charges; that the
family knew Ilittt tho charges were I
propostorous and ridiculous, and that )
her relations with them were not. I
strained. I
lioth sides Iben rested their cases
with voluminous records and briefs.
Owl lift to the Iriteness of the hour, the
iiuestlon of nil nllowarico for attorney's
fot'.f ;,w(ia not taken tip. but will be
j ?M gued later
; h v ill probably take Judge Grln
t n si coral woekH to go over the rec
; i'tl is there tiro other Important cases
pending, Meanwhile, by order of tho
court; Mrs. Tenney is receiving Crom
her husband rib allowance of $2 lit) per
Legislative Committee Named to Attend
WIiiko Services.
Funeral servl ;'os for ''olon-?; Charles Evans
\Vlngo, who dieil Monday evening, Will he
held to-da') at noun at the FlrHt Baptist
Church. Rev, Ceorgc \V. M< Daniel. D D.,
tho no*tor, will pfficitite.
Committees wore yesterday appointed by
Lleutenant-Governor .1. Taylor Kllyson and
Speakor Richard Evelyn Ryrd, respectively,
from the Stute fieritito and House of Dele?
gates to attend tho funeral pf Colonel Win
go, who was a'member of tbo House nt tbe
tltna of h'.H death. They are as follows:
Senate?T, Ash by Wlckhnm. 3. O. watklns,
B. C. Folke*. a. c. Harmun, House?John 8.
I tar wood; Edwin Is. Cox, John A. Curtis, W.
W. Baker, Rosewell Pago, C W. Throclf
tnorton, )!. B. Byrd and clerk John W. ttil
lltl ID S.
Tho directors of tin- b*nks or this city tvlli
attend the services In a body. 'I be Rich?
mond Howitzers' Association has been or
rierod to report at tli.: church nt 11:30.
The pnll-benrers will be as follows:
Active?Edgar G. (Jiinh, Prcd .-; Valen?
tine, l-'ieii Pleasant*, George c. Jefferson C
)'. Burnt**, Bin the tt Sentoti, A. VV. Iltin
1:1ns, Basil M, OwaianYey, Russell (.'. -
llnmfl and .\. w. Patterson.
Honorary?John f?, Bllctt, James D. Crump,
Ui Morris, 1?. O. Davis, D. s. McCarthy';
Colonel Junlus Powell, if. sj. a.; Oliver .1.
sands. William C. Camp. 11. \V. Rountrac
John lfr,rwood, w. s. Forbes, John B.
Jeffress. .liidgc It. T. \V. Duke, Judge H. B,
Witt. Hon. a. J. Montague, Robert C.
Thornton, Dr C. V. Carrlngton, Major .las
I>. Pntton. W. Cbnso Morton, Robert S.
Qhamborlhyne, Hoben a. Lancaster, Polk
Miller. .ItinillS B. Mosby, Joseph ?. Bggtes.
ton. Kd?ar D. Taylor.
Governor Mann yesterday ordered tlie flag
over the State Capltnl to be placed at half
must and to so remain .until after the
funeral services over Colonel Wlngn.
Wlli Attend Funeral.
Members of Dove Lodge, No. 51, Ancient,
Free and Accepted Masons, will attend thr
funeral of Colonel Charles E. Wlngo this
morning. The lodge is (jailed to meet at the
Masonic. Toihplo lit 10:210 o'clock for tbe pur?
pose of paying the last tribute of respect to
n past master of the lodge, and one 6f it*
most active and popular members. Mem
'born of other lodges ui'o Invited .to Join with
Dove Lodge in this service.
Keen Play Hales.
Plnohurst, N. <'., March 21.?Keen play
ruled In to-ibiy'a first match round .?! the
women's event of tho United North and
South amateur self championship. Its feat?
ure was a nine-bole contest between Miss
Louise b. Elklns, of the Oak mount Club,
Pittshurg, and her club mil to, Miss Mary
Fowties. sister of the national champion,
Miss Elklns, winning one up on the nine?
teenth green.
Case Set for Trial.
Raleigh. N". <"., March 21,?United states
Judge Henry O. Connor to-day set the. trial
of the case of tbo Ware-Kramer Tobacco
Company, of Norfolk, against the American
Tobacco Company for the laut Monday In
May, when the case will bo heard before a
Jurv in tlie United Slates Court nt Raleigh,
Tim suit I? for $i,200,0Ot> damages for alleged
violation of the Sherman antl-triist law.
PllilSS CU11IS1I IN d 'It) 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT falls to euro Itching. Blind,
Bleodlng or Protruding Piles in 6-H day?. 60c,
Thousands Dropped in Unwise
Investments and Paid to
Atlanta, <;;?., March 2!.?Admitting that In
iv.'t ho '.van worth approximately $700,000. huf
that h? was without fun do to-day and un
able to pay eyen a part of the $?75,000 lint
Imposed upon him and John F. Oaynor, In
connection with a prison sentence which
lias been completed, Benjamin D. Greene to?
day began another flight for release from thr
Federal prison hero, Greene appeared he
fore United States Commissioner CoIquIU tc
take the pauper's oath, and the strong flghl
started on behalf of the government Indi?
cated thai a bitter struggle is In prospect.
Gnynor, who was convicted with Green*
for defrauding the government In connection
with the harbor Improvements, at .Savannah,
did not appear, a continuance of ids cast'
having becii grunted.
Greene testified to-day that he has em
ployed in till about twenty-eight lawyers in
tie- pa.-it few years ami has phld out more
than $100.WO In attorneys' fees. He also lost
considerable money in Btbck speculations and
real estate deals, he said. Iiis living ex?
penses for years were unusually high. lie
also made good some heavy losses Incurred
by his wife in tho stock market, he de?
clared, ami in addition gave away c.onald
erable money.
The opening session showed that Greene
dropped more than Jta.coo In stock market
deals prior to 1002, and that largo sums were
lost in unwise purchases and Indorsement of
real .-state notes. The hearing will be re?
sumed to-morrow morning.
Yacht Buns Ashore.
Beaufort, N. <".. March 21.?An unknown
yacht out of Southpjyt to-.lay ran ashore In
attempting to cross the bar, but was floate?!
by the Fort Ma con life-savors and was
brought inside the bar.
Large Number of Criminal and
Civil Cases Disposed
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch,]
Sussex Courthouse, TS., March 21.?
Sussex Circuit Court, Judge Jesse Fe
;ix West presiding, which convened
March 1 i, probably will remain In ses?
sion until March 23. The special grand
Airy, which was empaneled early in
!liu term, returned true bills against
the following: Annie Dtuxton, murder}
Albert Johnson, attempt to murder,
Cwo Indictments; James Loving, house*
breaking; Com Loving, housobreuklngi
A J. Hatte, non-support of wife; bam
Massen burg, betrayal.
The following criminal cases were
tried: Fred May, selling liquor without
A license, not guilty; C. J. Moore, forg?
ery, not guilty; Annie Braxton, invol?
untary manslaughter, six months In
tin? county Jail; Tom Spencer, mali?
cious wounding, not guilty, his wir?'
declining to testify against him; Al?
bert Johnson, guilty, four years at
hard labor on the public roads; Albert
Johnson, guilty, four years on the pub?
lic roads; James Loving, guilty, ten
years In the penitentiary; Cora Loving,
guilty, one year In tin; penitentiary;
Herbert Far ham, charged with mur?
der, found guilty, ten years In tho pen
The following common law cases
were also tried:
Bain Peanut Company vs. Western
Union Telegraph Company, Judgment
for the plaintiff for $$0.07; C. M, Hrown
vs. Virginian Railway Company, vor
dlrl for the plaintiff for ?'J0O; C. P.
Loehr. against .Sussex County, Judg?
ment for the plaintiff for ?23.f.O; B.
F. -Mitchell against Jamca Harham and
others, Judgment for the plaintiff.
A large number of chancery causes
have also been disposed of. Court will
be engaged for the next two or three
days in lnaring motions of the Board
of Supervisors to increase tho ansess
inents of certain tracts of land an made
by thici land asscsors for 1910.
The following visiting attorneys, wer?
In attendance upon the court: Hon. Lt
D. Yarrell and S. V. .-outhall, Jr., Fm
porla; W. M. Crumpler, Suffolk; G. a.
Wiriglicld and w. A. Seawall, Norfolk:
T. A. Fowler, Victoria; Pan) Pettlt.
Petersburg, and Hon. Timothy Hives,
of Prince George.
[Special to.Tb.0 TImea-Dlspatch,]
Ashland. Va., March 21.?Georgs
Wright and little son, of .South Caro?
lina, are visiting Mrs, .loalo Wright.
Miss Da wsoti, of Norfolk, is th?
guest of Mrs. Hall Carter.
Mrs. Bernard Lipscomb hat> returned
to her home In Richmond, after a visit
to her mother. Mm, Wlliiatu .Tones.
Winston Fowikes. of the University
of Virginia, was the week-end guest
of friends here.
Miss F?dythe White, who ban been
visiting Miss Mar;. Peako, In Wash?
ington, has returned home;
Rev. D. F. Coleinun. of South Rich?
mond; spent Sunday here.
Carter Redd was here this week on
Leslie Fills left Sunday night for a
trip to California.
Mrs. Robert Carlt?n and little
daughter. Mary, arc visiting Mrs.
Harry Wlnri, in Atlanta, Ga.
MlAs Cullcrson, 61 Annapolis. Md.,
has returned home, after a visit to
Mrs, Hall Carter.
The young Ladles' Literal:.- Club
met on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. I, 1".
Lewis read ah Interesting paper on
'?The Religion of Cr.-ek." and Miss
Marguerite Wightmim gave a delight?
ful talk on her recent vlst to Charles?
ton, S. C, after which a business meet?
ing' was held _
[Special to The Tlinos-Dlspatch.]
Alexandria, Va., March 21.--The first
annual banquet of the Retail Mer?
chants Association, held this evening,
at the inks' Home, wan attended by
nearlv 20U guets.
R E. Knight, ptflsidont or the local
association. served as toastmaater.
During the evening interesting
..._ hes were mad.; by the following:
Representative C. C. Carlln, D. B. Ry
land, president of the Retail Mer?
chants of Virginia; Joseph L., Straflr
burg-r, president of the Retail Mer?
chant^' Association of Washington; D
Br?ckelt, president of the Alexandria
Chamber of Commerce. Alexandria* VV.
T Dabney, business manager of the
Chamber <>f Commerce. Richmond. Sev?
eral others also made impromptu ad?
Every one sees your collar.
Select it with care.
l?yW/7. If or
2?fj* high 2? high
Two excellent examples
of the popular closed-front styla.
Cluett, Peabody A- Company, Troy, New Vor*
Your business by judicious advertising
Our advice is free, our plans are com?
plete, res-ilt.s are assured.
Freeman Advertising Agency,
Mutual Building,
RI c hmoiid. - Vtrgliiln._
While nearly every one Is convinced of the value of saving as a pro?
tection for the future, or as a meant) to secure the cap'tal needed when
business opportunity presents itself, too many postpone the preliminary
step?the starting of a savings account.
Hut let the start be made und then the saving becomes ti good habit*
and the habit grows as the savings accumulate, and great is the later
satisfaction. A start is not diflhuilt?a .savings account may be begun
hero with as little as ?l.nn, on which1*we allow ;i pqr cent, compound
Capital, $300,000.00. Surplus and Profit*, $1,300,000.00.

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