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Social and
f_r*' HAT "old things have passed
' away and all things have be
*" come new" was especially cm
phaslzod Saturday morning, when the
attention of Franklin Street was di?
rected toward a pretty young girl rid?
ing astride a well groomed horse with
as much up! imb as If she had done lit?
tle else since he/ babyhood. The con?
trast between this Jaunty figure and
her grandmother, the beauty of whose'
riding habit was measured by the
sweep of its length and the slant of
her plumed hat, showed the long dis?
tance that the social world lias trav?
eled between tlie then and the now.
Most of tiie spring months Rich?
mond's most fashionable young girls
have b'-en attending a ilding school,
and with the advent of the fall hunt?
ing season there.will be ?jitlte a lurge
audition of charming young g'rls to
the weekly runs of the Deep Hun
Hunt. Riding is considered one of.
tin- most necessary accomplishments
|p debutante circles of many of the
tjsrgi-r cities, and It is hoped that the
fad will by no means die out before
the Winter season is on to approve and;
I.rliven fur the Hot. . j
Miss Mary 'J'raylor, who has been
attending the house party given by
Mr arid -Mr- Daniel Harmon, near the
University of Virginia, has jolnrd Mrs.
Charles C. Walker at the Hot Springs
for the meeting of the Virginia Bar
Association this we ... Mrs. Walk?r
and Mrs. Traylor will later spend some
time nt the ureenbrier White sulphur
Springs before returning to Richmond.
House Partien.
The guests attending the house
party given by Miss Bessie Blanton, of
Powhatsn county, are Mr. Leroy and
Miss Dula Andrews, of Baltimore; Miss
Lucy Allen Tom and Wesley Rogers,
of Amelia county; Dr. R. C. Carnal, of
Georgetown. S C.j M'ss Virginia \j>?.
and Halite Courtney, of Richmond;
Clarence Wyutt and Wade Courtney, of
Richmond: Jack Harris und Miss Alice
Harris, of Franklin, N C.
Miss Frances Howurd Is entertaining
. several of h'-r friends at a house party
at her home, "Chatham." this week.
Her visitors are Misses l^aura Mac
Bowman. Muriel Barber.. Janetta Fltz.
hugh and Luclle Carter.
Leaves for Huston.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dlggs, of nos
Floyd AVenue, 'eft Saturday for a two
weeks- trip to Boston und other places
of interest In New England. Mr. and
Mrs. Dlggs will be the guests of their
nephew, r Dudley Dlggs. Jr.. former?
ly of Virginia, now making his home
In Boston. v
Motor -Parties.
John Kwartwout carried a party of
friends to Old Point In his automobile
for the past week-end. In Mr Swarl
wout's party were Mrs Swartwout,
Lewis Grant. St George Cooke. Jack
The Flour
Gives Universal I
J. B. Mosby & Co.
August Sale of Blankets at spe?
cial prices.
Guarantecfl lor one year.
Smith & Webster, Inc.
612 E. Mnin St.
Summer Furniture, including
"Old Hickory" and White Maple,
at a reduction of 25 per cent.
?TEL !MAPI Vpfsi ; o 3,O
icu) east BUfcvAD st;" ,
Mineral Sprint* Water for ALL stom?
ach troubles.
Littleton, N. C.
Save Gas.
Exclusive Agents.
gummer Clearance Now Going On
Jones Bros. & Co.
1420 East Main Street.
White Middy
Blouse Dresses
Trimmed in navy blue band;
regulation Children's Dresses
(size 8 to 14 years); spe*- QLt/?
(rial. VOQ
Burnett. John Blount They stopped all
the ChamUorlVn Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Dean, who1
have been upending some time at the;
Gladstone, Narragunsett Pier, are now.
at the Hotel Traytnofe, in Atlantic
City, for several weeks, Mr and Mrs.
Dean are motoring through the coun?
try in their machine.
Guillen Party.
Mrs. L. O. Hauen entertained the
"Country Club" at her home in Pal-'
myra on Thursday night oi lust week.;
The hoi.se was prettily decorated with
flowers and the porches and lawn were
lighted with Japanese lanterns and |
decorated with flowers. An orchestral
played during the evening, and supper
w.is served at midnight.
Those present were Mrs. Zena Stokes, ;
of North Carolina; Misses Helen and
Kuih White, of Washington; Misses'
Feral Smith. Cora' Wills. Mattle Haden,
Lizzie Fox, Hullle Shepherd. Dorothy
Gray, Marguerite Haden, Kale and
Kit.i Ayers; Messrs Malcolm Perkins,
Russell Gray, ?. M. Smith. Jr. Curtis'
Conrad. S'dney Harlan. Harry and
Paul Haden. Willie Hannah. John Wills]
and O. B. Themas.
Returned From New York.
Mrs. Churchill Gibson Graves has
returned to p.lohmond. after spending
some weeks as the guest of her sister.
Mrs. W. F. Wet.er. at Hazel Manor.
Fort Hamilton, New York. Mrs. Graves
will leave Richmond in a few days to
spend the remainder of the summer
In the country.
Married |ti Washington.
Mrs. U B. Pettus. of Sol Fast Mar-!
' shall Street, hag announced th-- mar?
riage of her daughter. Miss Annie]
Uudelle Pettus. to Edgar Maun?-w.s An?
drews, also of this city. The cocotnony
took place in Washington on Tuesday
afternoon. August 1, at halt-past
j o'clock, In the home of the oMUling |
minister, the Rev. John Reld Shannon.
Miss pettus ps a very pretty g:il. anJ
. well known in this 'city. Mr. Anttiv \vn
J Is manager of the Electric Equipment
i Corporation, in this c'ty. Mr. and Mrs.
: Clarence Haddock accompanied the
I bride and groom to Washington.
I On their return from a wedding trip
' Mr. and Mrs. Andrews w'll be at horn-!
I nt 403 North Ninth Street,
l.ntrrtalued nt .Mount Elliott.
A very" enjoyaolo progressive five J
? bundled party was given at Mount
Elliott Springs Saturday night The|
first prize, a hand-made Jabot, was)
won by Mrs. N. T. Robinson, of Nor?
folk. Among those playing were Mr. I
and Mrs. N. I". Robinson, of Norfolk;;
Mr. and Mrs. Garrison, of Annapoli: .
j Mr. am' Mrs. Duke Putney, of Rich- j
; mond; Mrs. Gooch. of Staunton; Mr.
j apd Mrs. Glem Brown. Mrs. Preston,
of Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Seiden, of Richmond.
At Ituwlry Springs.
A deilgfitful evening was spent In
the moonlight Wednesday night at
Rawley Springs toastinr marsh
mallows. Mr?. G. W. Boiling, of Chi?
cago, was the hostess. Progressive tive
hundred was played, and Frank Chris?
tian, of Richmond, won the gentle?
man's prize and Mis-- Virginia Wheat,
of Alexandria, won the- it dies' f>rst
The color scheme was yellow and
white Those present were:
Mrs. E A. Catlln. Miss bessie Cat
lin, Mrs. E. A. Ezeklel. Mrs. N. W.
Boiling. Mrs A P. Krouse. Mrs Wight.
Mrs G. M. Thomas, Mrs. J. Kline. Mrs.
Graves. Miss Baker. Miss Carrie Lee
Campbell, Mrs, Virginia wheat. Mrs.
William A. Camp, G- M. Boiling, Miss
Sarah Broughlon. Mrs. Manfred Call,
Miss Eliza Mlnnlgerode. J.iss Susie
Slaughter. Mrs R. dd. Miss GUI. Mrs.
Bates; Messrs. F. D. Stone. Robert "and
George William Rolling. Frank Chris?
tian. J. Wheat, and Drs. Hill,'Call and
Approaching Wedding.
Jarnes Edwin Smith, of Caroline
county, announces the engagement and
approaching marriage of his daughter.
Etta Poe. to Dr. Archie Clay Monroe,
also of Caroline county. Miss Smith
is very well known in Caroline, and
Dr. Monroe Is engaged In the practice
of medicine in Caroline. King William
and Hanover counties. The wedding
will take place August lfi at high
noon, in Caroline, at the home of
1 Montc'.la'smith, a brother of the bride.
! Only the Immediate families and rel
j atlves of the bride and groom will ho
present at the ceremony.
At i).cmii V'ew.
Recent guests that have arr'ved at
Ta Ku cottage. Ocean View are Mrs.
J. \R. Moody and family, of Richmond;
Mrs. J. H. Wigmore. of Roanoke;
Jn-nes Burne, Miss Nellie Gallaher. of
Roanoke; Miss Ruth Payne. Mrs. K. M.
Patterson. Jessie and Edwin Patter?
son, of Spencer. N. C: A. M. Wiseman
and faml'y. of Spencer. N. C.; Mr. and
Mrs. U. H. Mitchell, of Chicago; Wil?
liam Davis, of Norfolk: Herbert Jor?
dan, H. L. Chandler, of Petersburg;
E. C. Walthall. Miss Fay Rowston,
Miss May Selbe. Mrs. William J. Judd,
Miss Rosa Hllllard. of Richmond; Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hudson, of Nashville.
Tenn.: Mrs. Andreas and daughter, of
Baltimor ; Mrs. S. L. Dlggle. MIsb
Nell .'rice. Miss Lorotta Cobb. Miss
Margaret Phealeau, of Charlotte. N.
C; Miss Annlo Johnson, Miss Grace
Johnson, of Portsmouth: C. C. Meads.
A. J. Jennings, of Weeksville. N. C.;
Miss Effle Willis. Miss Hazel Willis.
Thomas F. Williams, of Raleigh, N. C.;
Miss Eva Nicholas, of Salisbury, N. C;
Charles Tolley. of Richmond: Miss
Marie Throckmorton. I. Talley. of
Richmond; Noble Miller, of Charlotte,
X. C: R. M. Price and family, of Nor?
folk: Mrs. J. J. McDonnell, of Ports?
mouth-; Captain and. Mrs. Freeman, of
Guests Entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Upron enter?
tained very charmingly on Thursday
evening of last, week in honor of their
guests, Misses Anna Mary Black, Emily
Eastwood. Wllburn Eastwood, of Nor?
folk, and Vernon Davis, of Richmond.
Music and games amused the guests,
and supper was served at 11 o'clock.
In and Out of Town.
Mr. and Mrs.- J. W. Carlton and Misn
i Nannln Carlton left Saturday for the
^ Healing Springs, where they will
spend the remainder of August.
Mrs. P. S. Burford and her daughter,
Miss Blance Burford, have returned
from Orange, and will leave Thursday
for New York, from which city thoy
will sail Saturday for Bermuda.
MIsb Patty Gary, of this city,; Is a
guest of Miss Ruth Marston >t hor
home near ?rbanna.
j, Miss Ellen Lewis Joltes Is spending
the month of August nt the. OM Sweot
Miss Eula Perkins, of 1209 West Ca.-y
Street, has left for her fathers coun?
try heme in Sussex county, accompa?
nied by her friend. Miss K.thel Law?
rence, of 1253 West Cary Street. They
will be gone" quite a while and will]
visit In Dlnwlddle and ? Qreencavlllf |
Miss Stephle Dial, of Florida, la vis?
iting Miss Elizabeth Patterson i
??Reveille." on the Cary Street Road
Miss Natalie H. Chapman has ro
turnefl to the city after n month's
stav In the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Llpseomb, of |
this city, are spending some time at |
the Henry Cay Inn lb Ashland.
Miss Susie Miles Cooke is spending
the summer in King and Queen county.
Miss Frances G. Crane is visiting j
Miss May Royall Briggs at her coun?
try home. "Mclrose," in Rappahan
Miss Stuart Blanton has returned to
Ashland after a visit to Mrs. .lames!
Ryland in this city.
Mr and Mrs. G. A. Hanson, of t23G
West Grace Street, are at the Marl
borough - Blenheim. Atlantic. City
Stuart Christian has gone to Hay
Head. N. J., for several weeks.
Misses Evi and Beulah itlppon. of.
Cherit -. and Miss Ruth Rudd, of |
Keysvllle. are visiting Misses Etnei
and Eileen Rlppon nt 10* South fire
Street. ;
Mrs. C. C. l>avis an- sons. Vernon
and Cnarlie. of this ?.ly. w-h? have
been visiting Mrs. D. T. Upf?n In
Blackstone, left Friday to spent some
time in Salisbury. N. C.
Dr. and Mrs. William -Meade Stlth
and little daughter. Dena Lee: Misses
Helen Townes and Rebecca Mcllwalne.
who have been visiting Mrs. Meade
Stlth In Blackslone. have returned to'
Mrs Ber.iamlr. McTlelland and Ban
are visiting friends in I?ulsa county
W A. Glenn, who has been visiting
in this city, has returned to his nomo
In Vlnlta, Powhatan county.
Miss Marv Roberts, of Norwood, Is
the guest of friends in Bh-hmond for
several weeks
A Chapin has returned to his home
In this city after a short stay at Vigor.
Dr. A. E. Turman has returned to
Richmond nfter'a brief stay with rela?
tives in ?yitidoun county.
Mrs. E C. Graves Is spending some
time traveling In the North, and will
Every woman's heart responds to j
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the charm and sweetness of a baby
voice, because nature intended her for j
motherhood. But even the loving
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because such a time is regard?
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Women who use Mother's Friend are
saved much discomfort and suffering,
and their systems, being thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, are
in a health}* condition to meet the
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and danger. Mother's Friend is
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but its many years of success, and
the thousands of endorsements re?
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are a guarantee of the benefit to be
derived from its use. This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but sim?
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Mother's Friend allays nausea, pre?
vents caking of -n sj ^ ?
the breasts, and 1 "
every way
contributes to
strong, healthy
motherhood. Mother's Friend is sold
at drug stores. Write for our free
book for expectant mothers.
Get Your New Refrigerator j
Sydnor & Hundley. Inc.
709-11-13 E. Broad St.
New Method Gas Ranges
Pettit & Co/s?
Are sold only by
121 East Broad Street.
Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for
tun American AmaEtmora^Awma
the best Tjrr^riT^l^*1'"*^
BY EVERY J^ritMii^LiL^lQ^
If ^
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sale price,
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not return to Richmond for several
Week s.
Miss Adeln Tinman, of New York,
accompanied by her aunt. Mrs. Shafer.
is visiting in Ooochland.
Thomas K. W. Launder, Jr.. Robert
E. Rrown. Jr. Joe .loehling and Louis
bay have ?left for a visit to Ocean
Melville Brown and Earnest Wr*enn
have gone to Natural Bridge and other
points In the mountains.
Miss Olllo E. Brown is spending her
vacation at Luray Cavern,
Mrs. E. T. Spencer and two children,
of Port Mitchell. Lunenburg county, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Garnett. 341', Floyd Avenue.
Dr. William Russell Jones, of 9
West Grace Street, has returned to
the city from a visit to his family at
F??hci-ln-l.nvt Believes Lieutenant
lind Nervous UreukdiMvn From
Washington. D. C. August ??Mrs.
Ros? Osgood Brillhart, whose hus?
band. Lieutenant Charles E. Brillhart.
U. S. N., committed suicide in New York
Thursday. left here yesterday to
go to York, Pa., where her hutband'3
body was taken frotrl New York, and
where the funeral took place to?
day. Mrs. Brillhart was accom?
panied by her father, Whitman Osgood;
her mother and her aunt, Mrs. C. E.
The letter written to Mrs. Brillhart
by her husband, and found lying near
him after he had killed himself, and
later mailed to Mrs. Brillhart by the
New York authorities, was received by
her father here and opened and read
by him.
Letter Gives No Clue.
Mr. Osgood declared that the letter
threw no light on the suicide of Lieu?
tenant Brillhart; that it was an af?
fectionate letter, saying that the
young officer hoped soon to be home.
There was no suggestion that he was
contemplating suicide in the letter,
which contained not more than lifty
words. After saying that he hoped to
be home soon, Lieutenant Brillhart
asked after his wife's health.
The letter was carefully written and
\ sealed, showing no signs of h/stc or
Mrs. Brillhart hBS been so unnerved
! since the news of her husband's death
reached her that she saw no one to?
day at her apartment in the Cairo, ex?
cept members of her family.
No Navy Deportment Inquiry.
The Navy Department will accept tho
report of the suicide of Lieutenant
Brillhart from New York, and will
make no further investigation of the
matter, it was stated to-day by Acting
Secretary of the Navy Beekman Win?
??Appreciating the sorrow the. un-.
fortunate affair must cause his rela-'
tlves. the department has no desire
to keep the suicide of Lieutenant Brill
hart in the eyes of the public," said
Mr. Winthrop.
In the opinion of Mr. Osgood, the
suicide of Lieutenant Brlllhard came
as the result of overwork. He pointed
out that Lieutenant Brlllhard had
worked hard over the inquiry which
I followed the collision between the Dol?
phin and the motor boat Culprit Fay,
and that after this strain he had
continued his work as Inspector of
ordnance at the navy yard without
taking a rest. Mr. Osgood declared
that the continued overwork had
brought on a nervous breakdown.
Chicago Woman Aurer-? to Sell Digit
to Phlladclphlan Who
Lost Hers.
Chicago August 6.?Mrs. Minnie
O'Herrln says she wll gladly sacrifice
the index finger of her right hand
In order to give her six-year-old
daughter a musical education.
The buyer of the living finger. If
the transaction It culminated, will be
Mrs. Reginald Waldorf, of Philadel?
phia. Recently Mrs. Waldorf's Index
finger on the right hand was Injured
by a cut from a rusty nail. Blood
poisoning resulted, and the finger was
"There is but one thing that can
restore your hand to Its former condi?
tion." said the surgeon who amputat?
ed the digit. "Rome other woman
whose finger will fit Is willing to
sell her finger must he found. The
new finger can he amputated and graft?
ed on."
So an advertisement was published
in the Philadelphia papers inviting
proposals for a finger.
? Mrs. O'Herrln saw the advertisement
and yesterday wrote that she would
make the sacrifice. ?
"Are you willing to havo your fin?
ger cut off to buy the education of
Isle?" was asked.
"Why. certanly." answered Mrs.
O'Herrln. "Haven't I made every other
sacrifice a mother la capable of making
for her? I will be tho happiest person
in tho world If this can be done."
But Young Alger Is Not Injured When
Aeroplane Falls.
rspoctal to The Times-Dispatch.1
Detroit, Mich., Auguat 6.?Russell A.
Alger, son Of the late Secretary of
War, took a 300-foot tumble In an
aeroplane yesterday and because of his
coolness came out of the accident with,
no further Injuries than a had shak?
ing up.
The machine Mr. Alger recently pur?
chased of tho Wrights. Ho had on
gaged Aviator Fred Coffyn to teach
him to operate it. They made a flight
this morning, going up about 600 feat.
After a few manoeuvres Coffyn began
to descend. When about halfway down
something went wrong with the en?
Both the professional aviator and
the millionaire pupil retained their
seif-pos.?e?sion and began manoeuvres
to keep the plane under oontroi when
it fell.
They succeeded so won that they
managed to guide It to a clear spot
to alight But It came down hard
enough to smash the whools and the
elovatlrur Plana
In Command of Fourth Regiment
[Special to The Tlmos-Plspaich.l
Camp Sale. Ctilpeper, Va.. / ??-tust 6.?
Camp Sale was nearly washed away
yesterday and 1-at night by the ex?
cessive fall of rain, and the Second
I Regiment left camp this morning '
j drenched. Two days of the tour of
\ duty of the regiment was practically i
j lost by reason of rain and the con- !
; dltlon of the ground. The first sec
; tion of the regiment left at S:30; the {
? second at 11:10 A. M. The depot of
Culpeper was crowded with admirers I
of the regiment, and as tho train j
pulled out cheer after ehee.- was given ;
for Colonel Lccdy and nls men.
To-night, at 7:15. h? Fourth Rogl- I
ment. under t < command of Colonel '
Thomas J. Nottingham, of Norfolk,
arrived, and was met by Major Potts
and I.loutcnar > Conrad and Phleper,
of General Vaughan's staff.
The Fourth Regiment reported with
sixty-three t fneem an" 383 enlisted
This regime t moved to camp in
regimental formation, with wagons
and ambulances, and created much in- |
terest and enthusiasm. It is a fine
looking body of men. and should equal
the reputati n mad>. in camp by its
The Race Starts This Morning, and Nominations
Are Coming In From All Parts ofs
the City and State.
The pony contest Is on! Nomina- |
tlons arc coming in on every mall, |
and many prospective contestants have
I called at The Tlmes-Dlspatch office for
information. The entries come from
1 all parts of Richmond nnd from every
j part of the State of Virginia.
I From the time of the llrst announce
j ment that The Times-Dispatch was
I to conduct a pony contest, the hoys |
i nnd girls have been all excitement.
Ladies' Colonial Pumps
$3.50 to $5.00
Fine Books for Summer
Reading at
Only 45 Cents
The Inner Shrine,
The Three Keys,
The Man In Lower Ten,
The Goose Girl,
A nd Man}) Others
Presbyterian Book
212-214 North Sixth Street
Dainty summer models of most fash?
ionable materials.
Third and Rroart Streets.
Ladies' House Slippers
5th and Broad
Go to Chaste
Trafieri for pure
imported Olive
Mad. 4202. 500 West Mnln St
Wherever a pony la the object of con?
versation, the interest of the children
Is assured. And when It was an?
nounced that The Times-Dispatch Is
going to give away absolutely free
two beautiful Welsh ponies, pony bug?
gies and harness, there immediately
came a "how?" "when?" and "want
to know all about it-"
The announcements have been made,
containing full particulars of just
how the outfits are to be given away,
and also that there would be other
prizes, conslsl'ng of rive diamond
rings, five bicycles and five gold
watches. It will be a contest that any
boy or girl under eighteen years of
age is eligible to enter, and the win?
ners will oe tno ones who have the.
most vot-s 10 tneir credit at close of
tho content on September 20.
The first coupon appears In this
morning's paper on page two. Every
contestant is entitled to one nomina?
tion blank, which counts 1.000 votes.
Cut the coupon from to-day's paper
and ask all your friends for the cou?
pons from their papers.
As will easily be seen from the an?
nouncements, the secret to n largo
vole Is through subscriptions. A very
few subscriptions secured by you will
soon count up Into thousands of votes.
Provide yourself with a receipt book,
which you can secure nt The T'mei
Dispatch office, call on all your friends
and ask them for a subscription. If
they are already taking The Times
Dispatch secure their renewal. If
they nre not taking the paper, tell
them that you are working for the
pony outfit, nnd that you want their
subscription. They will get their full
money's worth In The Times-Dispatch,
and you will get the votes.
The contest only lasts about six
weeks, and an early start means much.
Enter at once. Call at thlB office for
Information. See all your friends, and
secure their promised support Those
who start early have an advantage, n:<
they will be in tho field for support
The pony outfits will be ready to be
seen In a few days, and then every
hoy and girl will see that the papei
has not been idly boasting 'n saying
thut handsomer outfits were nevei
seen In Richmond. Tho other prises
will also he on display as soon as the,
arrangements can be made.
Any boy or girl who has an ounce
of energy has an equal opportunity In
this contest. The. best hustlers will
naturally win out. Nothing worth
having was evar had without some
effort, n >r will tho pony outfits and
other prizes go to some one. who lias
not worked.
If you want to be the winner of one
of tho pony outfits, the thing for
you to do Is to make up your mind
that you are going to win, and that
you are not going to let some one else
beat you. Start to work saving cou?
pons and securing subscriptions to?
day, und don't stop until the last hour
of tho last day.
Engagement Announced.
[Special tu The Times-Dispatch. ]
Danville, Va., August 6?The en?
gagement of Miss WIHDVoa Wiseman,
of this city, nnd Lee B. Weathers, edi?
tor of the Cleveland Star, of Shelby;
N. C, was announced here Is** even?
ing at a course luncheon given i>y Miss
Nell Vaas on. Hollbrook Avenue. Tho
wedding will tako placo In October.
Will Resume Movement.
Washington. August 6.?The move?
ment of troops from tho tjnlted States
to tho Philippines to relieve the men
who' wero held there some months
beyond tholr regular tour of tropical
duty by reason of tho assembling of
troops in Texas, will be resumed this
fall and continue throughout the win?
Wo handle only high quality dia?
monds mounted in settings of latent
designs and perfect workmanship
_Second and Pro-id Slreet?._
(Special toThi' Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Wilmington. Del., August ??Arden,
the single tax colony, which has been
the scene of so much disturbance of
late, reveled In a "society circus" last
night. There was a monster attend?
George Brown, the anarchist, who
went to "all rather than pay a tine for
disturbing the meetings at Arden, was
a spectator.
I'pton Sinclair, the author, whom
Brown eaused to be sent to the work?
house for playing tennis on Sunday,
also was a Spectator. fie was seised
by a clown policeman and hustled
from the tent. The clown returned
with the announcement that "I'pple"
hnd Seen sen; up for "eighteen more
hours. '"
The circus was preceded hv a parade
with cages of "animals" It was com?
plete even t ) a steam calliope.
Frank &\sphens, the founder of Ar?
den; Professor 7. H. Jarrnd. of Phila?
delphia: Professor Heizet, also of
Philadelphia, and other prominent law?
yers. \-riters and educators wero
among the performers.
?v> rhlriico llenlth Ordinance Will
llecnmc I'.fTeetlv,. Next Thursday.
Chicago. August 6.?Dirty races nnn
hands are likely to he numerous in
Chicago next Thursday.
At that time an ordinance prohibit?
ing the use of roller towels In public
places will become effective, and un?
less provision is made in tho meantime
to provide Individual towels In public
washrooms patrons of these places
will have to go with unwlped faces and
hands or uso their hnndker.-hlefs.
Some establishments have made pro?
vision to supply their emploves and
customers with sanitary individual
towels, but reports to the health au?
thorities show that inanv places have
mode no move to comply with the or?
Saloon har towels probably will fall
under the ban of the new measure,
though this has not been determined.
I I inn Decree Signed.
New York. August 6.?A tlnal decree
was signed yesterday granting Mary W.
Gates absolute divorce from Charles G.
Gates. The decree .loos not mention
alimony. Mrs. Gates Is allowed to re?
marry. Charles G. Gates Is now In
Paris at the bedside of his father. John
W. Gates
Children Cry
Bushings, Taps, Bolts
Lamp Brackets.
We Cast Daily
Richmond Machine Worksjnc,
Successors to
Mayo Iron Works, Inc.,
Mad. 11 SB lint F. Main Street
it wont hurt uouif upu
Take ?
for Indifccstion
A Liquid After Dinner Digcstanr
Johnson's Floor
Johnson's Wood Dye, 14 standard
shades, for the artistic coloring of all
hard and soft woods.
Johnson's Un-Der-Lac, better than
shellac or varnish.
Johnson's Klccn Floor, for cleaning ?II
finished floors.
Druggists, 519 E. Broad.
For Reliable Furniture
? SEE ?
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.
1418-1420 East Main Street.
U? ? ??ii??!???as??
Tnli? Our Word for It -we are willing to
stnr.d back ?>: anything we say about Lig
gntt'a Orangeade, tho most pslstuble of all
drinks at tho fountain. Midu from pure
orange Juice. Sold for Sc. only at Polk
Miller ?. The Rexall Store, ?31 Katt Main
fvigfit Prices. Quick Delivery.
arc sold only by
Rothert & Co.,

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