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50 Tailored Suits for Saturday's Selling, $12.50
TWO STYLES. One mannish effect two-tone hard-finished cheviot, satin lining; panel skirt front and back. The other plain serge coat, with kick-plait skirt, in blue and black. Social and Personal ADRAPERY of yellOW flowers ana Southern smllax will cover tho walls of the long drawing rooms and halls at "Crednal," the hundsomt? old Carter home. In Doudoun county, thla everting at C o'clock, when Miss Nina Dulany Carter, daughter, of Mrs. Richard Welby Carter, will become the bride of John Mackenzie Tabb, -ion of Mr. and Mrs. John l'rosstr Tabb, of Baltimore. The ceremony will take place In a wonderful o'.d parlor banked with white and yellow blossoms and lighted with many candle*. An or? chestra will play the wedding march, and for the reception following the ceremony. Mr Burwell, rector of the Episcopal Church, will perform the ceremony In the presence of a distin? guished company of guests that has gone to Mlddleburg to attend the wed? ding from all parts of the State. The bride's wedding gown fs uiadu of ex? quisite white satin, and has a court train caught at intervals with sprays oT orange blossoms. The bodice Is trimmed with duchess and rose point lace, and her veil of Illusion will fall from a quaint little cap of lace finished with pearls and orange blossoms. She ?will carry a shower bouquel of Bride roses and lilies of the valley, and her only ornament will be a pearl pin Richard Welby Carter. Jr, Will give his sister away. Mrs- Henry MeComb Btings. of New Tork. will be dame of honor, and Miss Juliet Carter, a Bieter of tho bride, will be maid of honor. Miss Fanny Scott Beverlcy, of "Blandfleld," Essex county, and M'ss Fanny Carter Scott, of Richmond, will be bridesmaids. They will aft be gowned In yellow crepe meteor, draped In while chiffon :he Flour Tfcat iives Universal Satisfaction. Bargains in Furniture ??at Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 1418-1120 East Main Street. Fall Opening, showing dainty, new, fashionable styles. F. W. DABNBT A COMPANY, Tblrd and Broad streets. HAVE YOU SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit & Co.Y WO/AtNS OUTER GARMENTS EE 31VEAST BROAD STREET See the special design Bed? room Suit in our east window, WHO UNDERSELL S > < "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., ill ; ro'tj E.\s;fc..?ji<?\i)''ST> t Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers lor POMFKEAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful TEN AMF.ntCAN AND qEOROPEAV AKARD? sr. with a border of pale pink roses on tho bottom Tho drapery of the brides? maids' frocks is beaded in gold and embroidered about the bodice In pale pink blossoms. They will carry big bunches of yellow chrysanthemums. Gordon Nlcodemus, of Baltimore, will act as Mr. Tabb's best man. A big reception will follow the cere? mony at "Crednal," ami the lovely old place will be a veritable bower of beautiful flowers for the occasion. In the halls and dining room the same color scheme of yellow and white will prevail, and the reception will be one of the most brilliant affairs of the au? tumn season. Mr. Tabb and his bride will no South on their honeymoon, and on their re? turn to Virginia will make their home near Mlddieburg. Guests from a dis? tance to attend the ceremony are Mr. end Mrs. John Proaser Tabb. of Balti? more. Mi. and Mrs. William A. Stew? art. Dr and Mis B. L liardln. Dr. and Mrs. John T. Mackenzie. Mr. and Mrs. George Clay, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W hi tin, of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Mal bon Klchardbon. of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Henry McComb Bangs, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel H. Mor Ison, Dr. and Mru. Archibald Randolph, of the University of Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. i'nlrfax Harrison, Mrs. James Granard. Mrs Thomas Nelson Page, Miss->:ieanor Perrln, Miss Sadie Stew? art. Miss Detta Beverley. Miss Eliza? beth Atkinson. Mies Marlon Herbert. Miss Bebecca Beverley. William Bev? erley, Jack Stovenson, of Baltimore, i.uiiiund Hunter, Dr lyockwood, Ed? win Chapman. Buchanan Snreve, Lloyd Tabb. Prossei Tabb, Mrs. It. .Taylor Scott. Mrs. Armistcad L Wellford, Miss Camilla Wellford, of Richmond, Mrs. Grayson Hall, Mr. and Mr3. John Washington and others. Lnnoueon for Mim? Bail. Mrs. John W. Gordon was hostess at luncheon yesterday at the Country Club of Virginia, in honor of Miss EllHn Ball, one of the debutantes of the win? ter. Only a few of the debutantes were Invited, and the table wus set with yellow and white chrysanthemums. Later in the afternoon the debu? tantes of the season were entertained at tea by Mrs. Lyons Pemberton, In honor of Miss Margaret Freeman, also, a debutante this winter. Decorations were In pink flowers. Ml*s Hasard Homos. Miss Jessie Hazard was also hostess at luncheon at the Country Club on yesterday. Miss Hazard entertained ten guests, and the table decorations were In pink flowers and pink shaded candles. Home Wedding. A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd K. Traylor, L'3J1 Stuart Avenue, when their cousin, Miss Estclle Barton Hubbard. daughter of J. M. Hubbard, of Charles City county, was married to Dtlmater Davis, of Norfolk- The house was ar? tistically decorated with trailing vines-, palms and roses, and Miss Wlnifreu Welch, of Chicago, played the wedding march. Rev, Allen Christian, of Nor? folk, performed the ceremony, in the presence of only the Immediate rela? tives and a few Intimate friends ol the bride and groom. Mrs. F. R. Traylor was matron ol honor, and wore a gown of black chiffon over pale yellow messallne, trimmed ; In pearls. The bride entered the par lor with her maid of honor. Miss Lot- I tie Lee Thorpe, and wore a traveling Suit of blue cloth, with ha: and gloves to match, and carried a shower bouquet of Bride roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore a gown ot white messallne. R. Magruder Davis was his brother's best man. Dancing Classes Begin. Another very attractive dancing ' class to begin this wtntc-r is that oil Miss Nellie Morton and Miss Margaret Owen. Tlie dances will begin tills af? ternoon and will be from 5 to 7 o'clock, at Glnter Park Hall. The girls anu boys of the younger set are very much Interested In dancing classes and clubs, and, in fact, they form tho centre o: their social life for every winter. Of luierest Here, Says the Baltimore Sun of Thursday evening: "Henry Brooke Gilpin gave a box party last night at the Academy of Music to see "The Three Romeos," and afterward a supper at the Stafford.! his guests Including Mr. and Mrs. Don-i aid Newcomer Uilpin, Miss Katharine. Webb, Miss Margaret Harwell, of Mill? wood, Clark county, and Wilson White. Mr. end Mrs. Gilpin and their dau?;h ter, Miss Dorothy Gilpin. have taken rooms at the Stafford for the winter. ; 'Kentmere,' their beautiful country! place In Virginia, will be kept open all >vlnt?r, and lliw'y will give a series1 of house parties. Kenneth Gilpin ?'!*? hpond most of the winter at 'Kent mere.' " Meeting; of i oloulnl Dnmes. A meeting of the Virginia Society of Colonial Dames was held yesterday afternoon at the Woman's Club. Mrs.' William Ruffln Cox presided. The society decided to make a do? nation of SI.000 to tho George Wash-1 incton memorial fund, to be t'sed by the university of that name. it was determined to have painted a portrait of Dolly Madison, to hang In! tlie Whit,- House, of which she was' once the reigning spirit. There is now no portrait of her there. In view of the coming convention of the iiniied Dnughters of the Confed? eracy, the Pomes decided to unite with the Woman's Club in tendering a re-' ceptlon to the visitors. Mrs. William Stanard, Mis Christopher Tompklns ami Mrs. chiles Ferrell form the com? mittee from the Colonial liames, and Mrs. William Crenshaw and Mrs. J. Allison Hodges from ire club. In ami Out of 'l'oivn. Misses Elizabeth and Emily Hairell and Wilbur Jacocks. of Norfolk, arc registered at the Jefferson Hotel for the Harroll-Toone wedding, which takes place this morning. Mrs. Levin Joyncs and Misses Julia Hinl Archer Joynes will return to Richmond next week after spending several months In the North. Misses Beulah and Edna Brooks have returned to Willlamsburg after visit? ing In this city. Mrs. W. A. Jones, of Richmond. Is a gues-t of her daughter, Mrs. Harry May, in Staunton. Miss Lucy Sims, of Louisa, Is spend? ing some time with friends In this city. Alias; Purccll, Of tills City, la a guest of Miss Mary Lyon Tylar. in Williame b?rg. Miss. Anne Royal?, will return to Richmond next week after spending tome time In Warrenton Mrs. B. Boiling, of CharlotteBvllle. will coma to Richmond noxt week to attend the Woman's Auxiliary Convo? cation. Mrs. Mary Alvey and her daughter, of Richmond, are visiting Mrs. Oeorge HankinB In WIUlamsDurg. Mrs. Tuft and Miss Helen Taft are at tho Hot springs, whero they will occupy the Barton Lodge. Mrs. J. Haskins Hobson has returned to Powhotan county after spending a week in Richmond. Miss Marie Kolner will go to Suf? folk to attend the Pinner-Etheredge wedding. .lames Owatkln and Mr. Hagan have gone to the University of Virginia for several days. Mrs. B.essle Barber and Francis Cocke are at the Wavcrly cottage at Vir? ginia Beach. Mis Leake, Of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting Her Bister, Mrs Robort E Pey? ton. In this city. MISS Virginia Means Is a guest or .?us Frank Christian on Park Avenue for several weeks. Mnoro?IMcklnson. i Special to Tie- Times-Dispatch.] Mineral, Va., October 27.?The home of Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, this county, near Blob's Store, was the scene of a pretty wedding at 10 o'clock Wed? nesday, when her daughter became the bride of .lohn S. Moore, of Norfolk. The bride entered the parlor with her maid of honor. Miss Evelyn Saun ders, of Norfolk, and the i-room with hU liest man, Dr. B. D. Phillips, of Mineral. Rev. C. C. Davis, of Louisa Courthouse, officiated. After the ceremony an elaborate brcakfust was served, covers being laid for thirty guests. The couple left for an extended Western trip. After November 10 they will he at home in Philadelphia. Cross?Cohh. I Special to The Tiroes-Dispatch.] Sutfolk, Va., October 27.?Miss Alice J. Cobh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Cobh. of Norfolk, and Corln Cross. Jr.. of Portsmouth, were mar mied In Suffolk to-day In the pastor's study of the Christian Church, by Dr. W. w. Staley. SO BLUE ALMOST CRAZY Mineral Point Lady Tells About an Experience That Almost Drove Her Insane. Mineral Point, Mo?Mrs. Clara Cluff, of this place, says: "I had a pain In my left side and back, and suffered a great deal with womanly troubles. "I would take spells that lasted two or three days, when It seemed like I was uneasy all trie time, and didn't feel like doing anything. "I couldn't sleep good at night. I felt as though I had Just done a hard day's work. "I had suffered for six years, and I can't tell you Just how I did feel. I felt so bad. The doctors' treatment didn't seem to help, and I was so blue I was almost crazy! "I tried Cardul, and before I had taken two bottles I felt much better. "I took twelve bottles in all. "Now, though I haven't taken any fr.r a good while, I still feel all right? better than I have for years. "I would have been crazy If Cardul ; hadn't helped me." Cardul will help you, Just as It helped Mr?. Cluff. Why not try it? i It may be Just the very thing your system has long been craving. See if it isn't so. X. B?Write to Dad$eV Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat? tanooga. Tenn., for Special Instruc? tions and fi4-page book, "Home Treat? ment for Women," sent in plain wrap? per on request. RECEPTION Velvet Satins, $3.50 and $4 B. Samuel's STITCH DOWNS ON SALE AT ALBERT STEIN'S 5th and Broad 25 Per Cent. Cash Discount Sale Now On at Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 and 9 West Broad St. 1 dozen Heavy Gold Plated *}Cn SAFETY PINS . ?DC Worth three times the pcicc Mai', orders Stamps or coin. Smith & Webster, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 East Main, - - Richmond, Va. J. B. Mosby & Co. Special sale of Silk Waists and Silk Petticoats to-dav. The New imported Hairy Hats $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 f \ Men's Pure Thread Silk Hose, 39c value, 25c. 75c Full Fashioned Silk Hose, sale price, 50c Men's Fine Silk and Lisle Hose, in all colors; sale price, 25c. give expression to umpiSM Visitors From Washington Con? vention Address Audience at Jefferson. Unllarianlsm, Its doctrines and Ideas, were given able and eloquent expres? sion last evening at an extension meet? ing, h,eld In the auditorium of the Jef fergtjti Hotel, which was attended by the local adherents of the fuith and a number of visitors from outside tho fold. In addition to these there wore present between forty and fifty dele? gates to tho International Unitarian Convention, which has Just concluded a four-day session In Washington, who came to Richmond for the extension meeting. Rev. A. T. Bowsor, of the First Uni? tarian Church of Richmond, presided over the meeting and presented, as the first speaker of the evening Rev. Abraham Si. Rlhbany, of Boston. The speaker outlined In brief the pecu? liarly happy manner In which Unlta rlauism meets what, In his opinion, must be the demand of every highly Intelligent, reasoning being?a "the? ology which answers the needs of the entire man." Aim of .Scholarkhlp. "The aim of all science, of all hu? man striving after knowledge, of all philosophy," htt said, "Is to alflrm con? sistently the reasonableness of the universe and the goodness of God. This Is the acknowledged end of all human scholarship and hope. Consid? ering now the history' of human pro? gress, we find always this process; the past offerr. us formulas and the pres? ent tests those formulas by an appeal to nature. The old geographers taught that the world was flat; Columbus ap? pealed to nature and found tho dis? crepancy. Ancient chemistry taught that there were In the world only four elements; men have found eighty-two. "The old theology taught that every creature was created from the begin? ning, and that Adam named them nil In the Garden of Kden; evolution has proved their existence for countless ages. "As In science, so In theology. Na? ture demands of man constantly a new stutement of the truth. We need a new statement of religion. We must abandon the Deism which teaches us that the Father Is a God of vengeance und wrath, that He keeps eternal watch over our sins as well as our virtues, ii is impossible for us to believe that the same God who commands 'Dove your enemies' will consign His own enemies to eternal torment. Unltartanism. he told his hearers, is to-day the only faith which makes direct appeal to man's reasoning faculties, which declines to be tied down to dogmas formulated by primi? tive races, and which teaches that God needs no Intermediary or Inter? preter to make Himself known id man. Woman'n All in nee. He was followed by Miss Emma C. Low. of Brooklyn, president of the National Alliance of Unitarian Wo? men, an organization which, she said, was founded twenty-one years ago and has to-day 384 subsidiary branches and 18,000 members. She ex? plained the work of the alliance and the service It Is performing for the church. Among other activities in which It engages Is mission work In the South, at present confined chiefly to the States of North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The tinal address of ' the evening was delivered by Rev. Samuel M. Crothc-rs. of Cambridge. Maas. "After concluding such an eminently success? ful convention at Washington," be tol 1 his audience, "we could hardly refrain from sending down a few survivors to Virginia, especially since it was Virginia that gave Unltartanism Its first gi eat impetus In this country." ] He traced the Unitarian movement from John Milton, the tlrst great ex- 1 poner.t of Its principles, to John Priest? ly, its first professor. "This same John Priestly." said Dr. Crothors. "dis? covered oxygen, a thing not usually discovered in church, and It was ho that litst put oxygen Into religion " American BrgliiulngN. The speaker then told of the arrival of Priestly in this country, at the sug? gestion of Thomas Jefferson, and of the gradual growth of the Unitarian movement in Virginia and then In New England. "What the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights meant to the political freedom ot men," said Dr. Crothers, "Unltartanism means 10-day to their religious freedorh. It Is the true faith of freedom?liberty to worship God in your own way, freo from the incubus of other men's thoughts, free from the dogmas of men who are dead." Most Of the visiting delegate-; wen. from New England, and will leave foi their homes this morning*. In tho party j was Mrs. Robert Windsor, of Boston, who contributed the funds that made possible the building of the Unitarian Church ill this city. The parly was entertained yesterday with automobile trips to various points of interest and with a tea at the church, served by the women of the alliance. The Iocs, reception committee was composed ol the following: W. B. Gay. Dr. 1. J. Haynas, D. R. Wilson, P. L. Jobson. A. K. Parker and B. T. Hobst t. Arrests Yesterday. Agnes Young, colored, was arrested last night on a charge of assaulting Sadie Goodman with an fixe. And Sadie Goodman WiSa nrreoted on a charge of attempting to cut Agnes Young .with a razor. Clarence Brown, colored, was arrest? ed on a charge of mealing a suit of clothes from Fred Morris. Ho Is .sus? pected also of stealing clothes from other people. Robbery Bt-portnl. w l. l.athan. of KKO West Clay Street, reported to the police last night that ho had been belli up and rubbed of a watch, Henry Hussen wo? arrested on Buspiclec o? having commuted the robbery. HEALTH REPORT EOR PETERSBURG Total of 66 Deaths tor .Month. 25 Among Whites and 41 Colored. POLICE SYSTEM COMPLETED Death of Joseph Gilliain?Offi? cial Visit to Pythians. Other News. Tho TImes-Dlapateh Bureau. 109 North Sycamore Htrcei. Petersburg. Va., October 27. The report of the Health Depart? ment for tho month ending October 26 shows a total of 66 deaths In the city during that period?11 among tho colored and 2S among the white popu? lation. Tho mortality was heavier titan usual and unusually large among the colored population. Of the dece? dents, 26 were under five years of age and two wero over eighty years. Among the causes of death assigned arc: Tuberculosis. 8; Brtght's disease. 6; cancer, 2; diphtheria and typhoid fever, 1 each. The coroner certified *evon deaths, ten bodies wore shipped away for burial at other placoa and nine were brought to the city from other points for burial. The report of the number of births during the month Is not complete. Tuberculosis Among Cattle. Dairy Inspector James K. Collier and Veterinary- T. J. Fisher recently made examination of tho iowe at the vari? ous dairies In Petersburg and vicinity that furnish milk in the city. five herds wero examined, and among thorn forty-seven cows wero found to have tuberculosis in some stage of the disease. Fourteen were found In ono dairy and sixteen In another, tho bal? ance being found In others. Four? teen of tho cows wero sent to Rich? mond several days ago and slaugh? tered under the supervision of tho Fnited States authorities, and sixteen more were sent over yesterday. Police Alarm System Complete. The signal-phone alarm system for the Police Department, which has been in progress of Instillation for ToOet Its Beneficial Effects; Always Buy the Genuine manufactured hyihe Sold by all loading Druqqists One Size Only, 50* a Bottle Our Profit Sharing cpoN A coupon given with a 5c shine will be received as cash when presented in payment for shoes and stockings 20 Good For $1.00 Third and Broad. See Our Great New Store and New Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace Go to Chasie Traf ieri for pure imported Olive Oil. Mar. 42D'A *00 W Ma..t Sc Get Everything Needed for Comfortable Traveling at ROUNTREE'S ?"?3 E. BROAD ST TREE sornts tlrne. ha? beert oompletea and ls now ready tor use. There are forty ?lz telephone boxe? distributed In con? venient parts of the city and placed on telephone poles. The gongs and lights will be operated from the Po? lice Station, where the swltohboard la placed. The system cost about 36.000. and will be of great assistance to thw polio* department. Sndrien Death nf Cltlcen. Joseph Oilllam. a much respected citizen, died last night about 9 o'clock at hie home on Franklin Street after a very brief Illness. Mr. Oilllam was an employe of W. M. Lewis & Bro.. carriage manufacturers. and was stricken yesterday afternoon whlla at his work. He was sixty-nine years old. and Is survived by his wife and six children?Percy Oilllam, of Wa verly; Mrs. Paul Cox and Herbert Gil Ham, of Upson. Vs.; und Harvey und Misses Pearl and Kuby Ullllam. of this city. Drath of Young Man. Wills CallMidur, a very popular and estimable young man, about twenty one years old, d:ed this morning shortly after 1 o'clock In the home Of his parents, Mi\ and Mrs. Thomas Callonder, on Apollo Street, after an Illness o? about five weeks. Mr. Cal lender suffered from a disease very rarely met with In medical practice and deemed incurable?that of a gen? eral hemorrhage or bleeding condition. I The case exclttKl a great deal of in? terest among the medical profession and much sympathy in the community. Shot Through Window, j Some person unknown fired a shot through the window of tho library ot i the residence of B. P. Harham, on Union Street, early last night. The ball knockod a large hole in tho hejavy plate glass, scattering the fragments across the iioor. Fortunately no one j was In the room It Is not believed i that the shot was tired in malice, but rather lUut the act was committed by a mischievous boy With an air ritte. The -shot evidently came from the playground qf the old High School, which the window faces. Fine Horse Killed. J J. Neims. while visiting relatives on West High Street last njglu, left his horse and buggy on the street. The noise became frightened at some? thing and took to night, running into a Seaboard train at the Soulli und West High Street crossing, breaking the buggy to pieces and so badly In? juring herself that she had to be killed. The animal was a blooded mare, fur which a recent offer of $iuu bad been reiused. Sentenced to Jail. In the Police Court this morning A. C. Kessler, of Richmond, and Kater Smith, ot Chesterfield, were each sent? enced to thiity days' Imprisonment in jail uti tho churge of the larceny of a quautlty of wine, the property of W. T. Kahlly, ot" the Commercial Cute. Kessler tiad been employed as bur keeper at tho cafe. Both young men noted o.n appeal, Smith putting up cash security for his appearance, um, hi! Pythian Visit. Grand Chancellor Savtlle, of Rich? mond, of the Virginia Knights ot Pythias, paid an official visit to Naomi I^udgc, No. 30, last night. He was ac? companied by a number of prominent Pythlaua of Richmond, among them Mayor D. C. Richardson, supreme rep? resentative; Justice John W. Starke, Sheriff J. R. Sattertleld, Captain J. D 'Crecey, Past Grand Lecturer A. L. Lu ' cas and others. The distinguished vis? itors were received with proper honors and were extended a warm fraternal weh OHM by a lurge gathering of local members of the order. A number of speeches were made, refreshments were served, and the evening was one of great enjoyment. Congregational .Meeting. A meeting of the congregation ot the Second Presbyterian Church hus been called for Sunday morning next to consider the resignation of Rev. D. H. Rolston, who has accepted a call to the First Church in Charlotte, N. C. Regretting the resignation of their pasjor, but appreciating that he hus acted us he believes for the best, tho congregation will doubtless accept the resignation and Join with Dr. Rolston in asking East Hanover Presbytery to dissolve bis pastoral relations witlt the Second Church. *Ur. Rolston will not hx a date for his departure until after the presbytery meets and acts. Going to Janioleu. Whltworth Wilson, ot this city, left for New York to-night, whence in a day or two ho will sail for Kingston. Jamaica. Ho goes there in the inter? est of the British-American Tobacco Company, and will be absent probably a year. Mr. Wilson has beer, In New? foundland for some months in the in? terest of the same company. Work of a Crook. The report Is thai the Pair Associa? tion wns swindled out of a considerable sum of money by the work of a shrewd crook, who came here with a printing machine and printed and soul countel - felt tickets to the fair. How much he rer.lized is not known. News Noten tn 11 rief. In St. Joseph's Catholic Church this morning, quite a large congregation being present, the pastor. Rev. Father O'Farrell celebrnted requiem mass for the repose of the soul of the late Bishop Van de Vyver, of the Diocese of Richmond. Miss Gertrude Mann and John A. Perkinson, .both of Chesterfield county, were quietly married last night in the parsonage of High Street M. E, Church by Rev. W. II Atwlll. Henry C. Southall, of this city, has been appointed division inspector on the staff of Commander J. G, Edwards, of Portsmouth, commanding the Vir? ginia Division. Sons of Confederati Veterans. The board of directors has declined In Indorse the proposition of the R. L Barnes Safe Company to move its plant: to Petersburg. The conditions of the' removal included the sale of $30,000 ot the stuck Of the company. W right ? Mallory. I Special t" The Times-1 ?Ispa ti li | Ashland, va., October 37.?A pretty marriage look place in Tavloravllle Baptist Church on Wednesday after? noon at 5:30 O'clock, when Miss Mlrtie Wood Mallory became the bride of Alfred Wright, s.m of R. H. Wright, of Doswell The church was decorated with ferns, chrysanthemums and shaded candles. Mrs. H. Burton played the wedding marches. Little Miss Evelyn Hunter Mallory and Henry Lewis Good loe hel<i tho ribbons. Miss Corinne Clydo Mallory wns the mal'l of honor. Tin bridesmaids were Misse? Ethel Hale, wuiie England and Ethel Page. The groom's fathur, R. II. Wright, was best man, and the nshera were Rny Pierce, ltobe'rt Chlsholm, Thomas R.. Vlnnch. Jr.. of Richmond. rind Dr. Garnett w. Johnson, of Dan? ville; Mr. an<i Mrs... Wright left for an extended Western trip. nine SiispemlH Operntlnnn. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Altavista. Va., October JT. -The Barr Ore aii,j Iron Corporation, operating Iron mines at Plttsvlllo, a few miles wst Of this place. In PI t tsyl vanla county, closed down Tuesd-iy evening, throwing seventy-five men out of em? ployment. The shutdown will likely be of short duration. GOLD WATCHES In purchasing a Watch hero we make you acquainted with the different quali? ties of each model and design. Schwarzschild Bros., Richmond's Leading Jewelers, Second and Broad Sta. THIEF IS SEER ROBBING HOUSE Chased by White Men and Cap? tured?New Church Dedicated. Bedford City, Vs., October 27_A bold robbary was committed last night in I the homo of C. W. Gills, on Bedford j Avenue. The family had retired early, when the thief entered the front hall, turned on the electric lights and pro? ceeded to help himself to all portable articles, consisting of a handsome new coat of a woman's suit, a girl's sweater and hut. caps, tts well as sewing im? plements, ne?<iies, thread and scissors, which had been left In the hall. He also took n glass card receiver, which ho, however, let fall and break as he lieft the house by the front entrance. I John S. Burks, who had been occu- ? i pied at the Norfolk and Western depot, in passing the house saw the lights turned on, and could see the negro through the glass door, and gave tho alarm. The negro ran out of the house and down the avenue, with Mr. Burks and others In pursuit, who overtook nnd captured him and delivered him to tho proper authorities. The negro halls from Koanoke, but visits this place, and has on several occasions been caught stealing. Only yesterday morn? ing he was released from Jail, after serving out a term for robbery. The delegates elected by the William R. Terry Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, to represent the chapter at the goneral convention of tlto organization that will convene in Richmond in November are Mrs. S. Griffin, tho retiring president of the chapter; Mrs. P. L>. Sounders, the newly elected president: Mrs. IC. D. (We^ory, tho historian; Mrs. S. S. Dambeth and Mrs. J. R. Gu~. Epworth. a t.ow Methodist church at Thaxton, was dedicated Friday with Impressive ceremonies, numerous per? sons going from this and other points in the county to attend. Tho sermon of dedication was delivered by Rev. R. I H. Bennett, D. D., of Court Street I Methodist Church. The church Is un? der tho pastorate of Rev. C. R. James. DEBATING SOCIETY' ORGANIZED. Named In Honor of .indue Burks, Dean * of I,nw School. Lexington, Va? October 27.?Wed? nesday the members of the junior law class "of Washington and Lee Univer? sity met and organized a society for the purpose of developing proficiency In the art of public speaking, and es? pecially with a view of acquiring facility In the discussion of legal topics. The name of tho society la tho Burks 1,0 w and Debating Society, being named in honor of Judgo Mar? tin P. Burks, dean of the law school, who has distinguished himself as a preceptor at the school he is now serv? ing. Tho officers of the society are: H. B. Ooodloe. of Roanoko, president; C. M. Pock, of San Francisco, Cal. vice-president, and F. I * Branzer. of Los Angeles. Cal.. secretary-treasurer. "Just Say" HORLICK'S It Means Original and genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a muratec Take no Substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S. Others are imitation* 102 E. Broad To-Day Special Sale FANCY SUITS Choice Models that were priced to 60.00 29-50 ?ASK MR. BOWMAN" VIRGINIA TAXI SERVICE CO. ?H ICH ESTER S PILLS *JP>_jl?v Till*. I?l AMUNO i: It AND. r\ .r.AlotytKcllaLle SOI D BY DRUGO-IS! ^ tVERYWKEfif SPECIAL SALE OF Blankets and Comfoi Sutherland & Cherry, Im 310 East Broad Street, pARKErva HAIR BALSAM CIfiom? ?v? t>u<i::fi?< th? batfcf IV>>uio;<? a hu-ur^id pmfl*. N?ter 7all? to Betters 0??ji Uttr to Itn Yc uLfeT.il Color.