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Personal THE altar ot the Ch'-lBtlan Church In Clifton Forge will be masBed with quantities of white hy? drangeas ami smilux against a back? ground of palms and lighted 'candles for the wedding of Miss Kiln Archer Anderson, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Ueorge Klmbrough Anderson, and James Lemuel Wills West, son of Mr. ond Mrs. Krank T. West, which will bo celebrated this evening ut 3 o'clock. The Rev. R. M. Forester, of the Uni? versity of Virginia, nsssisled by the Rev. Richard Bagby, will perform the ceremony, and Miss Bentloy Wysor will play the wedding inarch from "Lohengrin" at the entry of the bridal party, and Mendelssohn's as a reces? sional The bride will enter the church on the arm of her father, who will give Iut away. She will wear her mother's wedding gown, veil and orange blos? soms, and her Jewels will be family heirlooms The gown Is fashioned of heavy white satin and uncut velvet, nnd the bodice Is trimmod In point lace and pearl nnd crystal embroid? ery. Her bouquet will be a shower of gardenias and Miles of the valley. The bride's only attendant! will be her two sisters. Misses Mary Gooch and Husle Lightfoot Anderson. The former will -wear white marquisette made over pink satin, and the latter will be gowned in pink marquisette over blue brocade. Both will carry great bou? quets of pink asters caught With pale green gauze. Thomas Fendall West, Jr., will act as the groom's best man The groomsmen will include George Klmbrough Anderson, Jr., Frank Laird Wysor. Lallme.r F Grove. Littleton F. Pendleton, Frederick P. Wills and 1 rank F. Wer.t, Jr. Three little How er girls Will be Sarah Ponovan. Louise Fry and Norma Dorothy Sent*. Their frocks are made of soft white mullo. and they will wear wide sashes of blue and pink ribbon They will all carry shepherdess baskets heaped with pink rose leaves After the ceremony at the church a reception Will be given at the home of the bride's parents Pink and white asters and maidenhair ferns will bank the mantels and drape the windows. In the hall a garland of pink flowers will wind the balustrade and In the dining room a centrepiece of pink as? ters will be used to decorate the table. Mrs Anderson, who will receive with the bride and groom, will wear a hand? some gown of black lace and satlr. Her flowers will be long-ateminod crimson roses. After their wedding trip Mr. West ?ind his bride will be at "Westlar.d." the groom's former home, for the re? mainder of the summer. Some of the guests at the reception Will be Mrs. G O. Gooch. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Payne Gooch. of Staunton: Mr and Mrs (1. G Gooch. Jr.. of Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs Gooch Vaughan. of Johnson trity. Tenn : Mr. and Mrs W. ?>. Gooch. Mary Stuart Gooch. Robert and W. S. The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. Not Mudr from Oils?but pure orance Juice. That's why Liggett'. Orar.geide la 10 health? ful and refreshing. Served Ice cold at our fountain. Has few squall and no euperlor.. Sold for ?c. only at Polk Miller'*. The P.exai! Store, lit Kilt Main Street. Summer Clearance Now Going On EVERYTHING REDUCED THECASH SHOE4N0 TRUNKMAN PIANOS Are sold only by THE CRAFTS PIANO CO., 121 Knut Tlrond Street. purl SAME QUALITY ICKRMfH EVERY DAY i^L < I _l Monroe 1861. J. B. Mosby & Co. Special values to-day in Blankets and Sheets. Ladies' White Canvas Boots, $3.50 to $6.50 \EYM0Vi NICE ASSORTMENT Misses' Rings, $2.00 Up With or without sets. Smith & Webster, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 E. Main St. Mid- Week SHIRT WAIST SALE Our entire stock of High Grade Tailored and Lingerie Waists must fto to make space for rebuilding. $5.00 Waists now.$1.48 I $2.98 Waists now.$1.00 $1.98 Waists now. 89c | $1.50 Waists now. 79c Gooch, Jr., of the University of Vir-] glnia; Mr. and Mrn J. B. Jones, of Fulton. Mo ; Frank T. West, of "West land", Mr. and Mrs F. T. West. Jr.. Mrs. Alice West Allen. Mr and Mrs. Carroll Jones, of Richmond; Misses Agnes and Mattlc West, of "Westland," and Mr. and Mrs. Cllvlus Boxley, of Salem. Imitation* Issued. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Peronncau de Saus suro have sent out Invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Estelle Lo? gan, to Levin Morris Warren, the cere? mony to take place on Monday evening, I September 4. at 7 o'clock in St. Paul's Church, in thin city. Mr. Warren and] his i.ilde will be at home at 2304 West Grace Street, after October 20. Although the wedding will be cele? brated very quietly, it Is one of the most Important social events of the early fall, owing to the prominence of the bride and groom In society of the State, and the ceremony will be at? tended by a large and fashionable gathering. Haivt borne?Copley. Mr and Mrs. VV. E Copley announce the engagement and approaching mar? riage ot their daughter, Miss Kathryn Palmer Copley, to George Lloyd Haw? thorne, the ceremony to take place on Thursday morning. September 7, at 11 o'clock In the Providence Methodist Episcopal Church, in Lunenburg coun? ty. Tallyho Parry. Burruss Antrim, of the University of Virginia, entertained a party of guests very charmingly last week in honor of Miss Margaret Minor, of "Gale Hill." and her house party. Two big lallyhos carried the guests to Fry Springs, where they danced until 11 o'clock, later going to the Antrim home near the University of Virginia, where supper was served. Entertaining In Chnrlcs t it;. Mrs Ckbc-U Waddlll, of Charles City, entertained Friday evening in honor of her guest. Miss Low, of Now York Mrs. Waddlll and Mrs. Staples, assist? ed by Mis3 Low, received the guests Mrs. Waddlll wore a white marquis? ette gown and Mrs. Staples was gown? ed In lavender satin. Mi^i Low wore pale hiue marquisette made over blue satin and trimmed In real lace. Supper was served at small tables dotted ubout the lawn. Some of those present ware Miss Lottie Thorpe, of Richmond; Misses Ethel and Mattle Hubbard. of Cedar Level. Miss Estclle Hubbatd, of Sum? mer Hill; Misses Lemmie and Nannie Cunningham, of Richmond, Miss Etta Ladd, of Roxbury; Mrs. L. C. Chris? tian, of Woodherry, Mrs. Cunningham, of Richmond; Allen Christian, of Nor? folk; Walker Nance, of Roxbury. Dr. Everetto Nance, of Richmond; Allen Marston, Ashby Ladd. of Roxbury; George Waddlll, Herbert and Henry Staples. Home Wedding. A very pretty but quiet wedding will be celebrated at S o'clock this morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Allen In Vcrdon, when their daughter, M'.ss Mary Verdon Allen, will become the bride of Professor Earle Kerr Paxton, of Buena Vista. The Rev. \V. D. Bremmer will per? form the ceremony In the presence of | tho Immediate families of the bride and groom, and there will be no at? tendants. The bride will be gowned in a traveling suit of gray cloth, with hat and gloves of the same shade. After a trip to Washington, Baltimore and other Northern cities, Mr. Paxton and his bride will make their home on West Franklin Street, in this city. The groom is a son of Colonel and Mrs. Samuel I'uxton, of Rockbridge county, and Is a graduate of Washington and I.ee University. He will teach at Mo Gulre's School in this city, returning to Richmond about September IS. Dr. vis?Johnson. A pretty wedding was celebrated last Thursday evening at the home of the bride, 611 North Twenty-sixth ?reet, when Miss Jessie L. Johnson and E. F. Davis were married, the Rev. H. Frederick Jones officiating. The bride wore a gown of soft white sntin. trimmed with real lace, and nor tulle veil was arranged with orange blos? soms. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Miss Nellie Anderson^at tended the brido as her maid of honor, and O. R. Stellt was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Davis left at once for a trip to the seashore Some of the guests present at tho ceremony were Mr and Mrs. Nolde, Mr. and Mrs. Jones A. C. Nelson. T. S. Mondy, J. E. Mann, Dr. George Gay, J. B. Puller. Mr. and Mrs. J. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Hlckman, John Cox, W, S. Barnett. A. Anderson, Jessie Adams, Preston Denn, Misses Roberts and Zennle Cannon, Miss Lucy Herchert, Misses Ina and Jane Kidd. Vfaltlng In Barton Heights. Miss Ruth Mlddleton, of Qoldsboro, N. C, Is the guest of the Misses Le Grande's at tJitlr home on Turk Street, In Barton Heights. At Massnnetta Springs. The recent airlvals a-t Massanetta Springs are: J.Irs. E. L. Lloyd and child. Miss Grlmal, Mrs. Freeman Farr, Mrs. Barnce, all of Georgetown, S. C.; Mrs. Preston Nosh Mrs. Wert and Mrs. T. K. Parrlsh and son, of Richmond; L. B. Dowry, Washington; James H. Hoffcckor, Philadelphia; Rev. Dr. Jo? seph Ronnie, Norfolk; Mrs. Strange and maad, Washington; Miss Hennlo H. Strange and Miss Mary E. Colt, Wash? ington. In and Out of Town. Mies Ella Jackson has returned to the city after spending the summer near Elkton. Sam Morgan left town yesterday to spend some time at Lake Toxaway, in North Carolina. Travis Epps, of this city, is spend? ing several weeks with friends In At? lantic City. Mrs. W. M. Brooks and children left yesterday for Halifax and Mecklen? burg, whoro they will spend some time" visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson, Jr., who are In Orango for tho summer months,, were the week-ond guests of Mr. and Mrs Julian Morris at "The Oaks." Lowls Cvtchins has returned to the olty after spending- a-few days .with Mrs. Cutchlns In Powhatan county. Mr. and Mrs. George Carrlngton Moseley have returned to the city after a trip to Atlantic City and New York, , Professor Otto Paul Schubert, of New York, who sang at St. John's Churcn last Sunday, morning service, is visit? ing, with ills mother, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Mattern, of 2<>>)0 Floyd Avenue. Mr. Schubert will sing at the morning ser? vice at Christ Episcopal Church next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Habltston have returned to Hlchmond after motoring to tho Hot and White Sul? phur Springs. Mrs. William Russell Jones and chil? dren aro spending the remainder of the summer in Wytheville. Miss Lucy D. Cox has returned to Richmond after a two weeks' stay In Greenwood. Misees Madeline Smith and Mary Furgeson, of this city, are visjting friends In Wayncsboro. Mrs. T. W. Allen and Miss Allen, of Richmond, arc guests of Mrs. Mlchaux Raine at Schooliic-ld. Mrs. Virginia Braxton is visiting Mrs. W. L). Adams at the latter's home in Lynchburg. Miss Polly Robins Is the guest of Mrs. Maryus Joros In Newport News lor several weeks. Miss Zelle Minor, who has been the guest of Rev. and Mrs. John P. Tyler in Hager.'town. Md., Is at the Win? chester Inn, Winchester, for the rest of August. Misses Margaret and Constance Helr.d and Louis Helnd will leave Frl dav to spend a month around Boston. Mass. KEEP THE SKI CLEAR CUTICURA Soap and Ointment No other emollients do so much for pimples, blackheads, red, rough and oily skin, itching, Bcaly scalps, dry, thin and falling hair, chapped hands and shapeless nails. They do even more for skin tortured and disfigured infants. Altbourh Cutleura Boap ted Ointment ara ?old br drucxUU and dealers everywhere, a liberal sample of each, with 32-page beoid.t ob the caxo and treatment of aklo and nalr. will be aenu poat* tree, oa application to '-Cutlcura." Deel. L, Boetoa. Go to Chasie Trafieri for pure imported Olive Oil. Mad. 4202. 500 W MainSies Mineral Spring Water, a great tonic OWENS & MINOR DRUG CO., PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton, N. C. W. Fred. Richardson's Storage and Traanfer Department, Main and Bslvldero Sts. Hauling, Packing and Storing Hlgh Grade Household Goods. Phones; Madison 841, day; Monroe 242, night. Moving Day, Sept. 1 3x12 Axmlnster Rugs, #JJ1 Q PA Prlcos start at. ipXOoOV 9x12 Brussels Rugs. 6* > f\ E?/\ Prices start at.v. iy JL \J,\J\J RYAN, SMITH & CO. Masonic Temple. J?rgens You can get an ALASKA RE? FRIGERATOR at a reduction of 25 per cent. LEEDY HAS KICK ON RAILWAY MEN Reports on "Obvious Incompe tency of the Chief Authorities." LIKED CAMP AT CULPEPER Governor Names Tax Delegates and Members of Peace Committee. Making bis official report to the Adjutant-General on the encampment of his regiment at Culpeper. Colonel Robert F. Leedy. of the Second Infan? try, who has a habit of saying what he thinks, hands a few remarks to the Southern Hallway officials. He says that the hardships and anxieties experienced by him in scheduling, "owing to the obvious Incompetent y of the chief authorities of the 'long haul' road (the Southorn), were an abomination which he hopes to never again be afflicted with." With the camp Itself. Colonel Leedy ; was mur/ pleased. Ho found there I every comfort and convenience, both I for mon and animals, and It was left ? in good sanitary condition by Colonel ' Perry nnd the First Regiment, which preceded his command. The routine of work he regards as I excellent, but thinks it was perhaps I a little too strenuous for such hot ? weather. Because of the Inability of Captain ? Greene, the regimental chaplain, to be 1 present a? camp. Captain J. Cleveland Hall, of Danville, the chaplain of the First Infantry, was detailed to remain i on duty- Colonel Leedy expresses his I appreciation of the work done by Dr. I Hall, which was so much applauded . that the men marched to his quar ; ters before leaving in the mud nnd I rain to thank htm. Finally, the grat ? itude of the regimental commander is ' extended to the people of Culpeper j for their hospitality, and hope Is ex I pressed that the regiment will go I there again DELEGATES NAMED Virginians Commissioned to Attend Coming Convention. Governor Mann yesterday Issued commissions to the following citizens to represent Virginia at the annual I meeting of the International Tax As ' soclatton In Richmond In October: Delegates?Joseph W. Coxe, Roa , noke: W. H. Snead. Lynchburg; W. S. j Copelar.d. Newport News. Alternates?T. B. McAdams. Rlch ] mond: Rorer A. .lames, Danville; W. I E. Carson, Rlverton I The Governor also appointed five i Virginians to serve on the national i committee for a celebration of the ' one hundredth anniversary of peace ' among the English-speaking peoples i In 1914 and 1915 This association I proposes among other matters to se ! cure the building of a memorial lnter | national bridge between the Cnited I States and Canada, by subscription of I Individuals, and by appropriation from ! the governments of the two countries, I and the State and province to bo con 1 nected by It. Peter R Mayo, of this j city, is a member of the board of di? rectors. The appointees to the na? tional committee are as follows: Fred I W. Scott. Richmond; Rev. George W. McDanicl, D. D.. Richmond; Colonel W. W. Old. Jr. Norfolk: Judge Fred? erick YVllmer Sims. Louisa; R. A. James, Danville Demand for Hog Cholern Serum. With the beginning of the hog chol? era season, the demand for the preven? tive serum grows at the offices of the Department of Agriculture. A. M. Car mean, of Suffolk, writes Commissioner Kolner for n supply, and mentions that he treated sixty-eight hoss and lost only two. one of these being sick when treated. The serum is not a cure, but a preventive. It Is sold at cost to Vir? ginia farmers. Goes on School Hoard. The Governor yesterdny nameS George T. Brldgforth, of Kenbrldge, Liinenhurg county, to be a member of the board of visitors of the State Fe? male Normal School at Farmvllle. to succeed Dr. Bruce R, Payne, who Is I leaving the State to take up new du? ties elsewhere. With Capitol People. Adjutant-General W. W. Sale has been given a thirty days' leave of ab? sence, and will try to rest at his home In the Virginia mountains. State Dairy and Food Commissioner W. D. Saunders Is In Duluth, Minn., at? tending a meeting of the National Association of Pure Food Officers. T. Gray Hnddcn, clerk to tho Attor? ney-General, will speak to-day at a meeting of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics at Mathews Courthouse. KILLED IX MEXICO. Former North Carolinian Victim of 1 atnl Accident. [Special to The Times-Dispatch ] Wlnston-Salem, N- C-, August 22.? A tolegram to the Masonic Lodge at Bethania states that Lindsay G. Bar Ijw was killed last Friday In Mexico, about 100 miles from El Paso, Tex., while riding on a construction train. Mr. Barlow was engineer for a mining company. About a year ego he mar? ried Miss Ella Lehman, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Lehman, of Bethnin. The wedding took place In the West, but announcement was not made of the marriage until about four weeks ago, Just before Mrs. Barlow left the home of her parents for Ei Paso to Join her husband. Mr Barlow had his headquarters at El Paso. Mrs Barlow was there at tho time her husband wes killed. She wired her brother of tho sad tragedy, saying she would send particulars by mall. Mr. Barlow, hoforo leaving North Carolina, was manager of a cotton mill at Pilot Mountain for several years. GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED AT SODTII BOHTON [Special to The Tlmei-Dlspatcb.l South Boston, V?? August 22.-The South, era Hallway "Public Heads Improvement" train nrrlvod at South Boston at 2:53 o'clock yestorday afternoon, and was met by a fslr-sized crowd. The train consisted of two demonstration coaches and a combination living car for those In charge. Upon Its arrival the special was placed on a siding and was completa In every detail for tho practical teaching of road-bulldlng- and up? keep ; also tho effect of poor highways was fully demonstrated. Loiter E. Boykin, an expert In the em? ploy of the United Btatei government, and II. 6. Fairbanks. United States highway engineer, sravo practical lectures. the former upon tho purpose of "Public Road Improvement" propaganda on the part of the office of the Hnltsd States Department et Publlo Roadi la co-operation with the foutaaiA RaUws & ana ih* advantage .as Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder not only cleanses, preserves and beautifies the teeth without in? jury, but impartspurity and fra? grance to the breath, removing | instantly the odor of tobacco. <HEEJIEff j crulng to the letter by reason of better l highway condition!, bringing development and increased prosperity In Its train. Mr. . Boykln also touched upon the percentage of I traffic over highways, the building and ' maintenance of the different forms of high ' way. and the cost per mile. Mr. Fairbanks Illustrated with stereoptl 1 con views different methods of building, re ; pair, dralnag? and the loss to the tax ? payer, which may be attributed to tho lack i of system of this most Important branch of Internal Improvement. Charles P. bight, speclol representative of , tho American Association for Highway Im ! provement. asked for nominations for offl | c?*ra for the local association. W. H. Ed j munda was elected pre sident; Tom Crowdor, I vice-president: W. I.ucas i'enick. secretary ; Or. O. A. Stover, treasurer. In the demonstration car were placed on vl^w diff-ren*. models, rock crushers, steam I rollers, and roads from the ordinary olrt ? highway to tho highly-Improved macadam. I In closing Mr. Light emphasized the canll : nal necesaltlea 0f drainage and the dlvorc I inn of Improved highway building from politics. Called to Meet on Thursday. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. J ! Dlsputanta, Va.. August 22?Prcsi | dent Thomas Temple, of the Greater . Prince George League, has Issued a call for the executive committee to meet In Dlsputanta on Thursday, Au ? gust 24. to perfect plans for the first ! annual meeting of the league to be I held during the first week In Septem ! ber. At this meeting the constitution I and by-laws of the organization will I bo formally approved. A full attend? ance Is expected. Orte.SpooTt of GOOD LUCK The present high cost of living should moke us stop and think. ONE spoonful of Good Luck goes aa far as TWO of ordi? nary Baking Powder. Only one teaspoonful to a quart of flour. Its purity is guar? anteed under the Pure Food and Drops Act, June 30. 1906. Serial Xo. 13026. At your grocer's. The Sonthem Manufacturing Company, Richmond, Va. a EAT WHAT YO?lIKE it won't hurt ijouif upu Take oleman's guarantee for Indigestion ?1_ Constlpation>Dijsp?psla?^ A Liquid After Dinner Dtyestanf ASKv your druggist BflsBBBBSSsK I Specialties For I My Lady's Toilet BRUTT Toilet Waters, Ex? tracts, Soaps and Powders. HOUBIGANT'S Rice Powder, pink or white, 25c. "Man' Garden" Perfume, $2.00 ounce, $4.00 package. T. A. MILLER CO. DRUGGISTS, 519 East Broad. Mad. 3199. Hourly Deliveries. 20% and 33>^% Discount on Furniture Until Sept. 1st Jones Bros. &, Co., Incorporated 1420 E. Main Street. "ASK MR. BOWMAN** VIRGINIA TAXI SERVICE CO. Dreyfus & Co? Are holding important sales in all departments. Savings the grea I esl in years. NEW STATES WILL BE DEMOCRATIC Arizona and New Mexico Are Certain to Line Up With That Party. HOLD TAFT RESPONSIBLE People Condemn Him for His; Arbitrary Attitude on Orig? inal Resolution. [Special i.e. Tho Tlmos-Dlsoatch. I Washington, D. C, August 22.?It is j the opinion of Chairman Flood, of the ' House Committee 6n Territories, tha. j both Arizona ami New Mexico will be solidly Democratic. The resolution, as signed by Taft yesterday. is iden? tical in every particular with the Kloud ' resolution which passed the House on May 23. and the Senate on August S, and I was vetoed by the President on August I l?, except, in accordance with the ] views of the President's veto message. \ It requires the people of Arizona to : eliminate the recall of the Judiciary j ; from their Constitution before that] Torrltory can be admitted as a State. The passage of this resolution Is a ] triumph for Mr. Flood, as there was considerable opposition on the Uemo cratic side of the House to yielding to' the President In any particular In ref? erence to It. The original Flood reso? lution was regarded us absolutely fair to both States. It proposed changes in both the New Mexico and Arizona Con- i StltUtlons, but submitted these changes to the people of the respective Terrl-| torlos at the elections which are to be held for the election of county and State officers and members of Congress. In other words, the people were allowed to vote as their convictions dictated upon these questions, without reference to Its effect upon statehood. Mr. Taft's veto required the people of Ari? zona to vote a particular way. They could get statehood if they voted for an amendment to their Constitution which met these views: If they did not. they were denied statehood. Mr. Flood and his committee took the position that while the action of the President was arbitrary, the Inter? ests of the Territories demanded that, under existing conditions, they yield to the President and get the statehood resolution passed. This was done af? ter a warm debate In the House on Sat? urday, and to-day the President signed the resolution. Sure for Democrats. As indicative of the sentiment In Arizona upon this question. Speaker Clark received the following telegram yesterday: "The Democratic party of Arizona Is eternally gratoful for the the states? manlike action of the Democrats of the House and Senate in passing the Flood resolution. The responsibility for nullifying It Is now on the Presi? dent alone. We now earnestly beg you If the bill cannot pass both houses over his veto to amend the Flood reso? lution In the single particular of mak? ing the elimination of the Judlcary recall mandatory and pass It again before the special session ends. The President's action, following the stand the Democrats took for Arizona, re? lieves the Democratic party of any responsibility for the coercion, and Arizona will go overwhelmingly Dem? ocratic. The people of Arizona and the Democratic party earnestly pe? tition you thus to give us statehood. "J. P. DIM.ON. Chairman Territorial Democratic Cen? tral Committee. "Attest: "J. H. Robinson. Secretary." Mr. Flood said: "A good mnnv Arizona and New Mexican poople have been here, and they assert that the fight made by the Democrats upon this statehood mntter will insure both of these new States to the Democratic party. Arizona Is certainly Demo? cratic, and every Indication now Is that New Mexico also will go the same way. Indeed, it was thought the atti? tude of the Republicans In endeavor? ing to prevent statehood was due to the fact that they realized that both of these States would elect Demo? cratic electors In 1912. P. H. McG. Ashland News .Votes. Ashland. Va., August 22.?Mr?. Wil? liam Harris, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. James Harris. Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Hatcher and chil? dren, who have been visiting rela , lives in Cumberland county, have rc ' turned home. i Miss Page Nixen was the recent ; guest of Miss Lucile Nelson at her I home on Hill.ml Road. . Richard Cnrr, of Chicago. Is vlilt . Ing his mother. Mrs. Anna Carr. Miss Anne Macon Potts will return ; this week from a visit to Miss Mary Garth In Charlottesvllle. I Mrs. James Cox, Miss Elizabeth Cox ; and Master James Cox- returned Mon j day from a visit to friends In Wash ! lngton. Mr and Mrs. George Ball HutchtngS j were guests on Sunday of Mrs. Graham j B. Hobson at "The Forest," Gooch land county. Mrs. Jose Wright has returned from n visit to Mrs. John Segar nt Dewlston. Mrs. H. T. Garthwrlght and children are guests of John Terry at Negro. Miss Sarah Cardwell, who has been visiting Mrs. Albert Williams In Bon Air, has returned. Wlnfield Brownley, . of Norfolk, Is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs Charles M Bridges anA Miss Elfleda B Bridges will rettir? this week from a delightful visit to Mrs. Hugh Denoon nt Atlee Mr. and Mrs. George Christinn were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. A Riddlck. Mrs. J Llgon Price will return to her home in Chase City this week after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Frank Wright Mrs. W. D. Cardwell has gone to Charlottesvllle to visit MrR. T. U Rosser B. Morgan Shepherd returned Mon? day from a business trip to Leesburg. New Pusj al Savings Hanks. rspeclal to The"Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Washington. D. C, August 22.?A postal savings bank wUl be establish? ed at Newport News on September 20. P. H. McG. JONAH PIPPIOX ARRESTED. Wanted for Murder of Will Williams, at St. Paul. In July. I Special to The Tlmea-Dlsp*tch.] i Roanoke, Vs.. August 22.?Jonah Plppen. wanted for the murded of Will Williams, at St. Paul. In July, was ar? rested by detectives at the house of a relative. In Russell county to-day. Pippin shot Williams, killing htm In? stantly, and then made his escape. A reward of J500 was offered for the arrest of Pippin. Tho prisoner has been turned over to tha Wise county authorities. Plppen Is connected with La t>rpmra,erit family pf OWlse country. Engagement Rings Should bear the stamp of excellence and style. We have just mounted many new de? signs which you will be interested in. Schwarzschild Bros. Second and Broad Streets. RAILROAD STATION AT ME BURNED [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Rlnggold. Va.. August J!.-The Southern Railway passenger and freight station at S.xe, with all of Its contents and on. empty freight rar. was totally destroyed by fir. at mldnlKht last night. Tho flames wer. communicated to th? old storehouse, used as it storage house by Walter Crow., and It. with Its contents, was also destroyed Crew.'s n^w store nearby and stock of goods were damaged to the extent of J2C0. Th. loss on the old store and contents amounted :.i ISOO, with Insurance of I5C0. Both th. storehouses were owned by the Jeremy Im* provement Company. The loss to tho railway company, building anil freight, amounts to about H.OCO, sup pos il to be fully Insured. The origin of tht nre !? unknown. CONTESTS IN LOUDOtTN. Rival Candidate. .Making Fight for Noml nntlnn to Legislature. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] t.ecsburg. Vs., August Tho political situation In I.oudoun Is Increasing in Inter? est, and hesldes the senatorial contest tht nomination of candidates for the Virginia Legislature lias given rise to a very ex? citing local contest. For floater delegate to represent I.oudoun and Fauquler John On Daniel, -he Incumbent, Is opposed by J. V. I Nichols, a prominent cltlren of Purc.llvlllt?, ; this county. For member of th. Houm ol i Delegate, tho present member. Dr. B. F. N'oland, has two opponents. Keith B. Wlie, a young attorney of I.eesburg, and Oliver I A. Edmonson. formerly of Southwest Vir? ginia. The present canvass probably will en.l with the address of Carter Glass n.t th. hush-meeting auditorium, In Purcellvlll., during the tlrst week In September. I State Senator R. E. Thornton, of Fairfax county, will have no opposition, but Walt.! : T. Oliver, of the House of Delegates, will ' bo opposed by C. M. Money. ! Children. Cry FOR FLETCHER'S G ASTO R I A f Men's L. & M. Sus? penders, made with calfskin ends; the kind that don't pull out; trimmed with brass trimmings; the kind that do not rust. These can be had in extra length if desired; 39c value; sale price, 25. 'llVVOMENS OUTER GARMENTS (I H FREED If Machinery Built Rapid Repair Work. Richmond Machine Works, Inc., Successors to MAYO IRON WORKS, INC., Mad. 11S6. 2404 E. Main St Dainty summer models of most fash? ionable materials. V. W. DABNEY A COMPANY, Third and Ilrond Streets. Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers lor VOMPEIAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful "EXCELSIOR GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co. Ladies' House Slippers 25c ALBERT STEIN 5th and Broad HAVE YOU SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit & Co.'s? ' - 'f 1 I ? M AflUpN <> '?tV TEN AMT. ft I CAN A.NT>??l7ROVa*M -r*' TTN AMERICAN AND, Sauer Tltt BEST J" wwaw.Tsar.