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PURE BLACK SILK HOSE S1.00 value; higli spliced heel and toe; lavender gar ter top; special.,. I OC Social and Personal r-p HE MARRIAGE of Mlbs Matilda re Jones, daughter of Mrs. * N'orvell CabKIe Jones and the lute A. Soddon Jones, to Gardiner Spring Plutnlcy, of Charleston, \v." Va, son of tho late Professor \V. E. Plum ley, of Scranton, Pa, will he cele? brated this evening at 6 o'clock <n the home of Hie bilde, 111 North Mor? ris Street. The ceremony, which will take place very quietly, with only the nearest relatives and a few intimate friends of the bride and groom pres? ent, will bo performed by Dr. Eandon R. Mason, rector of Grace Episcopal Church. The parlors were decorated with tall palms and yellow chrysan? themums, and lighted candles and yellow flowers will be used In the dining-room. The bride will enter on the arm or her brother. A. Soddon Jones, Jr., who will als? give her away. Her gown Is white satin draped In embroidered chiffon, with Insertions of raro old lace, and her tulle veil will be ar? ranged with orange blossoms. She will carry a shower boquet of Pride roses. Miss Phyllis I.awls Jones will be her sister's maid of honor and will wear a gown of pals yellow satin with an overdress of point d'esprlt. She will carry an armful of yellow chrys WEBBBBBBSSBESSBSB The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. Cole's Hot Blast Heaters snd Ranges Sold Only by Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 141S-1420 East Main Street. B. Samuel's STITCH DOWNS ON .SALE AT ALBERT STEIN'S 5th and Broad $3.50-$4 Easy Shoe T7 ain&^iiiui?armniWBHi IOO E\S.r aRQAD Sl'v SPECIAL SALE OF Blankets and Comforts Sutherland & Cherry, Inc. 310 East Bread Street, Get Everything Needed for Comfortable Traveling at ROUNTREE'S ">3 E. BROAD ST TREE J. B. Mosby & Co. $1.00 Walking Gloves and Pique Gloves, 85c HAVE YOU bEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit &Co.T "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co,, pnti 1>IjVJOND IIRAM) IMM.fi, for 65 years k no-.yn as ?est, Sa frit, A1 a ays R el labti S I nnthemiirns. Ilonry Sydnor Harrison, ? ' 61 Charleston, W. Va., will attend tho KTOOm ub his hest man. Kittle Misses Frances Warren, or Orange, un,j Jeanne iiuninn will will be (lower girls. They will wear lin? gerie frocks with wide yellow sashes I and carry French baskets of yellow chrysanthemums. Lewis Crenshaw , Grant and J. Stilton Jones, of Alexdn I drla. will he ushers. 1 After an extended wedding trip, Mr. Plumley and his bride will make their hoinr In Charleston. W. Va. Visitors Entertained. Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson enter? tained nt reception yesterday after? noon from hiilr-pant 4 to G In honor of her guests, Mrs. William Roberts, of Chase City: Mrs. Charles J. Faulk? ner. Miss Faulkner, of West Virginia, nnd Mrs. Robert J. Mason. It was musical tea, and a very charming pro? gram of lovely old airs was rendered by Mrs. Frank Duke, violinist; Mrs. ; Frederick Gunn soprano; MrB. Thomas i Wh'.ttct, contralto, and Mrs. FranH I Simmons, accompanist. The whole ; house was deooraied In lovely fall flowers, and a great many dlstln- ! gulshed guests from a distance were ', present, in the library, where the r* ! celvlng flnrty stood, red and white '? , flowers banked the mantels and howls l I of red roses were used overywhere. The hall was arranged in yellow and . j white chrysanthemume. and the music room was decorated In a color scheme j of old rose and quantities of chrys ! nnthcmumH were used in its effective , arrangement. In ihs dining-room the ; i colors of the V. D. C. wore used en - ! tlrely. A centrepiece of red and white ' blossoms In a French basket decorated ; I tho tnble with Confederate flags and j smaller bn3kets of flowers at the cor? ners. The lights were shaded In crlm i son. and crystal end red and white I flowers were banked in the windows. Mrs. Johnson received her guests in : a gown ot French blue satin with an j overdress of black marquisette. She , i hold a bouquet of white orchids and ? ; Birdentas. Mrs. Roberts was gowned : j in pale blue marquisette, hand-em- | broldered. and carried a bouquet or j ; lilies ofthe valley and orchids. Mrs. ; j Faulkner wore an imported gown of I I rose colored chiffon with a corsage ] j bouquet of orchids, and Miss Faulk? ner wore lavender irepe de ohine and held a bouquet ol English violets. Mrs. Mason's gown was also an Im? ported affair, made of grey spangled chiffon, and she carried violets and lilies of the valley. Mrs. A. M. Gover entertained at a very handsome .unchcon of twelve cov ; ers at the Country Club Monday In] .im'jnor of Mrs. Johnson's guests. The i I table was set In the sun parlor of the I club end was decorated In old rose chrysanthemums. The centrepiece was a largo oval ploxque, with smaller flow- , crs around the edge. At the Womnn'a ( lull. William M. Danner, general secre? tary of the Mission to Lepers, will give a talk In the parlors of the Woman's Club to-morrow afternoon at hall-past 4 o'clock. He Is a very interesting speaker and his talk is of much inter? est to many people here. Mlaa Uonulioe'n Wedding. Society In Richmond, and, Indeed, all over Virginia, I? deeply interested inj the celebration of the wedding of Mies Mary LeGrand Donohoe, daughter of S. H. Donohoe, Auditor of Public Ac? counts, of Virginia, and Fairfax Shelld McCandlish, which takes place' this evening ut half-after 7 o'clock. In Fair? fax. It will be u big church affair, and Zlon Episcopal Church, at Fairfax, will be filled with brilliantly gowned wo? men and numbers of distinguished guests from all purts of the State to .witness the ceremony, which will be performed by the Rev. D. Krar.k Page. Pink roses and candles will be used, on the altar, and the chancel of the church will be banked with palms and lois of pink (lowers. Just before the entry of the bridal party J. Harris Frarfklln will stng "O, Perfect Love," and Mendels? sohn's "Spring Song" will be played during the ct remony by Mrs. Mcrrl lield. of Falls Church. Miss Susie Moore Donohoe will at? tend her sister us maid of honor, and her gown is pink messallne, with o. drapery of pale pink chiffon. The bridesmaids, MUaes Belle Willard and Gay Montague, of Rlchnicud; Nannie E. McCanUlibh, of Saluda, and ifjruh and Mary Haclett, ol Wheeling, W. Vu., will wear frocks of pink satin similar to that of the maid of honor, and draped In white chiffon. They will all carry big bouquets of pln'.t rosebuds. Robert Montague McCandlish will be che. groom's best man, und the grooms? men will Include Dr. E. T. M. Franklin, .1. Harris Franklin. Hurry K. Hickey, lunlus B. Umb, of Washington: Dr. S. R. Donohoe and O. L Shtiekolford, ?if Norfolk. The ushers will be Hurry W. Burr and Frank W. Gwuthnioy, of Washington. R. M. Chlchooter, of Alex? andria, and F. D. Richardson, of Fuir fax. The bride's gown' is of soft white satin, veiled In chilfon cloth und trimmed in point lace. Her tulle veil will be caught with a crescent of pearls, and she will carry a bouquet of white chrysanthemus. Her only ornament will be u pearl pendant, the gift of the groom. Mr. Donohoe will give his daughter in murrluge. A reception will follow the ceremony at the home of R. Wult?n Moore, with whom the bride has always made her homo. Lovely pink flowers will trans? form the Moore home into a vcrituble bower of beautiful blossoms, and the same color scheme will prevail through? out the house. A stringed orchestra will play during tho reception, and several hundred guests will be present. Mr. McCandlish is the son of the late Rob? ert McCandlish, of Middlesex county, and is widely related In Virginia. After a' wedding trip North Mr. McCandlish and his bride will make their home in Fairfax. Guests from a distance will Include Mrs. N. E. McCandlish, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Evans, of Saluda; Colonel and Mrs. Joseph E. Willard, former Gov? ernor and Mrs. A. J. Montague, Mis. .1. Cloyd Ken;. Miss Perkins and Mis* Tyler, all of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Thorn, Admiral and Mrs. P. M. Rlxey, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Cnbell Moore and others, of Wafchir.gton; Fairfax Montague, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Gardner 1* Boothe, Miss Lisa Anderson und oth? ers, of Alexandria. Attractive Curd Party. Once a year society in Richmond plays cards for charity. This year the bilgda whist card party to be given in the palm garden of the Jefferson Hotel Is gotten up by the Woman's Auxiliary of tho Memorial Hospital, and it will bo an unsually brilliant affair. Mrs. Beverley R Tucker is chairman, with un assisting committee composed of some of tho best known women In Rich? mond". The curd party will bo given on I the last Mondny afternoon In November, I and tables will bo filled with, Rieh 1 mond's smart noclety for the occasion. I At Vlrglnln Manor. George W. "Stevens entertained a number of guests ut his big country place, "Virginia Munor,"' near Natural Bridge, for tho past week end. Mr.j Stevons's guests included Baron Rosen crant:'. und Baronesa Rosencrants, ofi London; Mr. and Mrs. Gunton, of Gun ton Lodge; Dr. und Mrs. Riot on, ofllot Springs; Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert? L Par rish.. of Covlngton; Mias Nan Godwin, For Men. S5.00 ones for_S3.98 $6.00 ones for_$4.98 57.50 ones for....$5.48 V V ,v ; of Fincastlo; Mr. Loonils, of New York; Mr. Urchtld. of Brooklyn, and John Parrlsh, of Ulchmond. itriilui Party Entertained. Dr. and Mis. W. B. Lorraine enter? tained at dinner at their residence, 311 West Grace .Street, on Tuesday evening In honor of the Lorfralnc-Knowles wedding, parly. Covers were laid for twenty guests, and the halls and par? lors were decorated with >ollow chry? santhemums. The dining-room was decorated with a drapery of Southern smllax and yellow tulle and lots 1'jvoly yellow chi ysanlhemus. A very large centrepiece of yellow tlowers dec- ! orated the table. Uuent* of MIhh tlodc. Miss Thalia Masten, of Pittsburgh.' Pa., and Miss Willy-Howard Harnes, 1 of Lexington. Ky., will arrive in Hich- j mond next week to be the guests of Miss Helen Rose at 'j30 West Grace' Street until after Thanksgiving. Mlssi Hose has sent out cards for a tea to be Kiven on Saturday, November IS, from, 5 to 7 o'clock, at her home In honor of ? her guests, and a great many other af- j fairs will bo given In their honor dur- j lng their visit here, l.euvlui; for New York. Miss Nannie H. Jones, who has been ; spending the past several weeks atj the Virginia Hot Springs, has re? turned to her home In' Richmond. Miss Jones will leave on Friday for New j York City. : ceompanled by her aunj, Mrs. Adam Emple, of Wilmington. N. C. Stny-at-Honic Whlat Olub. The Stay-at-Home Whist Club met j on Mondav evening at the home of | Mrs. Arthur M. Cannon. 924 Park '? Avenue. Four tables were engaged, ' and the top score was made by Mrs I Waddill and C C. Chapln. The club j ! will meet next Monday evening at the j residence ol Mrs. C. C Chapln, 92a i I Floyd Avenue. Reception on Friday. On Friday afternoon, November 10. j from 5 to 7 o'clock, the Colonial I Dames of America In the Slate of! Virginia, und the Woman's Club will , entertain in the parlors of the club 1 ' for the United Daughters of the Con- j ! federaey. It will be a very brilliant j affair, and all members of the Society of Colonial Dames are cordially in? vited to be present. Leaves for North Carolina. Mrs. C. C. Johnson has gone to Ra- I lclgh, N. C. where she will attend the J : wedding of her brother, William C. ; Harris, to Miss Juliet Crewes, which I will be celebrated this evening at S j o'clock In Raleigh Episcopal Church. ' Doth Mr ..karris and Miss Crewes are prominent In social circles of Raleigh, and their wedding is of much interest throughout North Carolina. InvltatlouH Inaued. Invitations have beet. Issued for the wedding of Ml6s Margaret Addle Mor? gan to Drewry Wood Bowles. Jr., the ceremony to take place on Wednesday evening. November Vi, at s o'clock, In the Second Fresby tet ian Church Miss Morgan Is the daughter of Mrs. P. P. Murray and a granddaughter of] Mrs. A. D. Atkinson, of Richmond Ho? tel. Mr. Bowles Is the youngest son of D. W. Bowles, and Is a inamber of the real estate tlrm of Kuehrmund & Bowies. ! matlng-ulnhed Visitor. Mr*- Margaret E Wood?, of London, ' England, arrives to-day to be the guest until Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Valentine, of i:33b Monument Avenue. Her husband. Dr. Woods, Is the master of the temple, and Mrs. Wooils's father was the late Dean Bradley, of Westminster Abbey. She occupies a distinguished position in English lit? erature, being both pool and novelist. Lecture on Hlrd?. Miss Sallie Stuart, of the Audubon Society, will lecture on "Birds" at the ] Forest Hill Bchoolhouse this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The public is Invited. In aud Out of Town. Mrs. Henry Redwood, vice-president! of the Ashevilla Chapter, u. D. C, Is a guest of Mrs. Robert Todd. at 203 i North Loinbardy Street, for tills week. Miss Ixira Crump bus gone to visit Miss Phoebe Hunter near Philadelphia, I and will later visit friends In New! I York before returning to Richmond. , Mrs. Kirk Lunsford, of Roanoke. is visiting Mrs. George B. Jennings, atj her home, 1SS2 Park Avenue. Miss Nellie C Preston, of Seven Mile Ford, is registered at the Jefferson Hotel for the U. D. C. convention. i Miss Nettle M. Bryant, of Franklin. Is a guest of Mrs. Leake, at 313 South Third Street. Mrs. George Otis Mead, of Chiistians burg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Free? man Dance, at lo34 Park Avenue. Mrs. William A. Anderson, of Lexing? ton, will be in the city for the U. D. C. ? Convention, and will be the guest of ! Mrs. E. M. Harvie. at lOuti Park Av< ! nue. Mrs. J. B. Hawthorne, of Rultimore, is the guest of Mrs. John S. Harwood, on Monument Avenue. Miss mile l>. Rouldln. of Washing? ton, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Isaac ! Overhey. at the Hanover. Miss Idresa Head, librarian of the ' Missouri Historical Society. and i delegate to the u. D. C. convention : from the St. Louis Chapter, Is a guest ' of Mrs. W. S. Beazley, on Lombardy Street. Dr. C C. Coleinan leaves to-day for Philadelphia to attend a meeting of the National Congress of Clinical Sur? geons. Denier*' Apples Seized. Winchester. Vr., November 7.?Near? ly Ouo barrels of fancy grade npplas bought recently by Sam Haines, a fruit dealer of Loekport. N. v., were sei^td this afternoon In the C'uml ftrlund Val? ley ami Paltlmorc and Ohio Railroad yards by persons who had sold them to Haines, who has been absent about a week, i Haines has tolegraphcd hla local agent to notify his customers not to worry, us he Intends to return atid j make ?rnod. Ory Children FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A He Asks for Partisan Members of Workmen's Compensa- j tion Commission. i Washington, D. C. November 7.?? j Some or the dlttlculliea liable to be ; encountered In the administration or^ tho proposed workmen b compensation law were emphasized to-duy. When President Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor, took Issue with members of the employers' liability and workmen's compensation commis? sion regarding the awarding tribunal to be created. Mr. Gompois, in .... mam. indoited Hie commission plan of insuring rail? road employes against accident, but when he took up the question of ad inlnlstratlou, he advised a tneory Which did not meet the approval of some or me commissioners. He Insisted ihut the tribunal should consist of three, members, one of whom stioulu repre? sent the employer and another the em? ploye, while the third should be a phy? sician ol standing ami should be chosen b tne other two. The com? mission ? not formulated a provi? sion co-. .-a this Important part of the law. il .senator .-utherla nd and Representative Moon indicated a de? cided leaning toward the selection of a board from the Federal courts of the count!y. Mr. Sutherland pointed out that Mr. Gompers's plan would be in effect a system ol arbitration, and said tiio re? sult would that the third man of the board ? juld be the arbitrator, while the other two would be mera attorneys for the two sides. On the other hand, Mr. Gompers would not agre. that any one man suould have tho selection of arbiters. "To confer this authority on tho courts is equivalent to saying that the, courts are not governed by politics.; und I am not sure that th's Is always; the case." he said. He hastened to1 add that he did not believe that as a rule the courts were prompted by lm-] proper motives, but said that the en- j vlronmeut and education of most judges were such as o reuder them incapable of correctly determining questions pertaining to industrial life. H. E. Core, vice-chairman of the joint board of the Eastern Pennsyl j vaiiia Lines for the Brotherhood of I Locomotive Firemen and Englnemen, urged high payments and long time j SHE DECIDES TO TRY AGAIN Mrs. Schoolar Met With Many Failures, But Her Efforts Are At Last Successful. Ualdwyn, Miss.?"I am thankful," says Mrs. Mattic Schoolar, of Baldwyn, "for the great relief I obtained by taking Cardui, the woman's tonic. ] I was suffering untold misery, with I dragging pains, headache and smothering spells. My back hurt mc so that life was a misery to mc. I had about decided that nothing would help me, but I read so many testimonials, and a friend told me of Cardui, ?o 1 de i cided to try it. Cardui helped me more I than anything 1 ever used! It is a fine medicine. I I took si\ bottles, and now I am in ; good health, and hearty as can be. 1 am !?ti!i improving?dt ing my worl: and feel , ing well. I certainly appreciate what i Cardui lias done for me. I I wish every suffering woman would I give Cardui a trial as I did." Cardui is a general tonic for women. 1 It- reliability und merit arc proven by i more than 50 years' success in the treat : nient of ailments peculiar to women. Dur? ing that time Cardui has helped thou ' sands of weak women. Mrs. Schoolar is glad she took her j friend's axlviec and tried Cardui. We urge you to try il for your troubles. It wilfhclp you. N. 15 ? Writel? Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, I Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women." j sent in plain wrapper on request. ! Go to Chasie Trafieri for pure imported Olive Mat'. 420:. ?iOO W Main Si Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers lor POMPEIAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful 1 dozen Htiavj Gold Plated Of"?, SAFETY PINS. d*OC\ Worth three limes the peicc Mai! orders. Stamps or coin. Smith & Webster, lac. jewelers?Opticians, ?12 East Main, - - Richmond, V? 25 Per Cent. Cash Discount | Sale Now On at Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 and 9 West Broad St. 201 ?. Broad Special Showing To-Day, Tailor Made SUITS $14.75, SIII.TS, SLT,.(K). $2!>.T3. AFTERNOON AND EVENING Dlt ESSES. Many perfectly exquisite models in Meteors. Crepe tie Chines, Messullnes. Satins. Charmeuse, Chiffons, Velvets. Silk, Serges. Crepes, etc.. - r ?r at . 13.75 A LIMITED NUMBER OF DRESSES 9" including French and English .Serges. Messallnes, Satins. Poplins, etc., north Sit.73, ?17.?0 and (20.00. allowances, contending Cut if the lig ures were high enough it would In immaterial whether the law were elec? tive or compulsory. Ho expressed the opinion that the entire burden of dam? ages should be borne by the railroads I This, he conceded, would force an In? crease of railroad rates In the end. therefore the responsibility would fall on the public, where, according to his theory, It tightly belonged. H?. thought that the compensation In ? a*< of death should bo based on twelve years of service. Senator Sutherland and Representa? tive Brantley warned Mr. Core against too extreme demands. A moderate and reasonable measure, they said, was more Important to get through CongresF and the court.; than one of I stringent requirements. Speaking for i 117,000 men. President, W. G. Lee. o( I the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, ! urged the abandonment of all Ideas I of lump sum payments, saving that In : a large majority of cases the money Is soon spent, with the result that In many cases the Injured employe be? comes a public charge. Griffith?William?. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Winchester, Va., November 7.?The marriage of Miss Annie Douglas Wil? liams, daughter of Mrs, Shirley Carter and the late Colonel John J. Williams, to Richard Edward Griffith, Jr., of this I city, was solemnized at 8 o'clock this evening In Christ Protestant Episcopal I Church, the rector. Rev. W. D. Smith, offlclntlng. The church was. beauti? fully decorated with flowers and plants. An elaborate musical program was rendered before the ceremony by the vested choir, of which the TJiiffe was until recently the leader, under the direction of the organist, Mrs. H. D. Fuller, with a violin solo by Miss Maiie Arnes, of Boston, Mass., and vocal solos bv Miss Willie McUulrVTThd Miss 1 Virginia Faulkner Fuller, of Wlnchea i ter. The bride was given In marriage by her brother, R. Gray Williams, of this cltv- Miss Annie Douglas Bever ley, of Winchester, a cousin of the bride, was her only attendant. Thomas Boiling- Byrd, of Winchester, served as best man. The ushers were Preston Callum. of New York; John Griftith, of Brooklyn, N. V.; Philip Williams, of Winston-Salem, N. C. u brother of the bride, and Harry Flood Byrd, Richard Jolllffe and Walter T. Gore, of Win? chester. Little Misses Susan Reid Williams and Katharine Baker, of Winchester, were flower girls, and Beverley Wright and John J. Williams were ribbon boys. Following a large reception at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. und Mrs. Grlfllth left on a nextended trip. The wedding guests from out-J? town Included Mr. and Mis. W. II. Liu val. Mr. and Mrs. B James l-ergusuon and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pleasant*, all of New York: Mr. and Mrs. M. rj. Ken? nedy. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Ken-1 nedy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood and Air. and Mrs Elder, all of Chambers burg, Pa-; Mr. and Mrs Edward b. King, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall, of Washington; Mrs Daisy; llaskell, of Philadelphia; Commander! and Mrs. Norman E. Irwin, of the Bos-! ton Navy i'ard; Miss Laura Dame, of Wasnlngton; Miss Margaret Lewis, ol New York; Miss Margaret Stokes, it ROCkvllle, Md.; Marshall Baldwin. Ol Atlanta, Ga.; Samuel P. Morton, of Baltimore, and Thomas Ciaggetl, ol Philadelphia. Arrested In Lyni-hlium. i.s.H ciai to The Times-Dispatch. | Lynchburg, Va., November 7,?-Officer A, L. Crunk arrested last night at 8 o'clock, on the corner of Sixth and Alain Strnets, .lohn Blddle, Mike Henry and Albert .V. Swanuou, wanted lii Washington City for highway robbery, Chief Sea,y communicated with Cup tain Boatman, < hn-r uf deLisWves ill the capital, ovar the telephone, and an o,\eer will arrive in Lynchburg to carry the men hack for trial. NOT EXPECTED TO LIVE, Altirrt Johnson, Victim of Fatal Aeel deal, ??bum* Companion, I Special to The Time: - Dispatch.) Etna Mills, Va.. November J.?While hunting yesterday June Sturlock acci? dentally shot Albert Johnson In the left side near the heart. Johnson, WhllO lying on the ground, loaded his gun and shot Sturlock In the light , hip, Johnson Is not expected to live. Held for Xnrtb Carolina Officers. ISi-viai to 'J'lK Tlntl s- Dispatch. J Lynchburg, Va.; November 7. ? Abner Conklln. a young farmer, who lives near Klon College, N. C, Is under arrest here and he Is being held tor the North Carolina authorities, who, It is I stated, waul him on ti-.e charge 6( murdering Tom Crumpton, white man, at that place last mouth, The prisoner Is in Jail awaiting .-x tradltlon by Hit .North Carolina au? thorities. _ . luxtnntly Willed by Train. RoanoJtO, V.l.. November 7.?H. M. Tuonibs, a white man, thirty-four years old, was killed instantly late last nii: hi m ar the dam of the Roa nokc Railway an,] Electric Company by an extra freight train on the Vir? ginian Railway. Mr. Toombs and two coippanona were returning to Hardy, where they were onguged in building county 'bridges and culvots. They probably missed the rcKUlur passenger train and b?.irdcil the freight to make the trip to their uestliiHtion. Mr. Toombs wus a native of Randolph, and is survived by his parents and several brothers and slsturs, who have beeif notified of the accident. Police t'ourl Carve. The caeo against Stuart JI. l-'ord. churned with reckles?ly driving his automobile, wua dlainltaed in Police Court yesterday morn. Int. J, W. ditcher, auspected of Mealing; Ml from the ntrhniond Dairy Company, wag railed, but the hearing was combined to November 16. lie vvas batlrd In the sum of JiW. Clarence Tralnum. charged with threat enlns his father-in-law, W. D. Truylor. wag placed under f 100 security for sixty days. fla^HBslHHIaBVBHHaBVIw'^ *,?>' UNION STATION MUSI BE ERECTED I - Exceptions of Southern Over? rules?Colo* Kenan Criti? cally 111. lSpecl.il io The Times-Dispatch.J Raleigh. N. t.\. November V.~Tho ! Corporation Commission made an| order overruling tlie exceptions ot the j Southern Railway to the order of the j commission that the Southern and Seaboard Air Line Join in a union ! station ut Ruthertordton and direct? ing the railroad companies to submit plans for an adeuuaic passenger sta? tion within thirty days. Thlo is tho case ill which tite .Southern sot up tho novel exi eptloh that its Kutherfordtoii station is in? corporated as llampioiivllle, and that under the law the commission had no right to require Ute union station pro? posed, because it would be within live miles of the Hamptonville station. The con.Vtlon of Colonel Thomas 8 Kenan, fur many years clerk of the North Carolina Supreme Court, con? tinues extremely critical, with death . expected at any time. The deep anxiety and interest In Ills condition that is manifested by people In every I part of the St,.to is it splendid tribute I to the admirable personality and use? ful career of the colonel, i Sheriff fcs. M. Lyta, of Buncombe county, was here to-day to deliver t<>i ? the penitentiary II. l". Roberts, of| j Aahevllle, to serve .1 live years' sen-J tencc for embezzlement of funds, from I a life Insurance company with which I he won connected as agent. He has u ! wife and one child, ami Is thirty-two I I years old. j Judge H. U Connor, of the United States Court, has gone to Wilmington to hear a number of cases In cham? bers. Before leaving Raleigh he gave a hearing In the case of W. M. Camp vs. \y, B- Bonsai and It. F. Brewer. Involving the sale of an Immense tim her holding In Robeson und Richmond ] eounlles. on which there Is estimated to he |?.ii(if).0no feet of lumber, Camp : and Brewer were associated In the timber holding, and Camp claims that Diamond Rings There is an added satisfaction in pu??3| chasing here. This store stand? for quail? .! ty and value. Schwarzschiid Bros. ! Richmond's Leading Jeweler*. Second and Bread Sts. Brewer exceeded Ills authority In eft feeling a sale, B-jr.sal and rocc<lv?4 a JO.OiiO payment to which he had net right, tirewer is a Tetmioiiieiii ?vc^t^ and there is an exception on the p?t%v of tlie defendants to the Jurlsdlettoni of the court in this State ASHLAND NEWS NOTES ."Special to The Times-Plspateh J Ashland. Vn.. Novemher 7.?Mr. ana Mrs. George Ball Hutchlns have re-1 turned from a visit" to New York arid are the guests of Mrs. C C. Bridge? tor a few days before going to their I home in Richmond. .Misses Hyrdie Dejarnett and Aitnet Wright spent the week-end at their home here. ! Miss Bessie Redd, of "Hybla," is via? Hint her sister. Mrs. Hill Carter. 1 George Brooke, of Baltimore. waST the recent Ruest of relatives here. Captain and Mrs. John Dally, of Port lund. Me., are spending a month at the Henry Clay Inn. j Mr. and Mr.*. C. C Walker and Mr< 'and Mrs. Billy Parrlsh and Deane Par rish wen e guests on Sunday of Mrs, Shackleford and Professor and Mrs,;' R. B. Smlthey. Miss Carrie Terry left this weeks for u vlsll to Hampton. Mrs. Jolin Wure. of Culpeper, Va-, lg> : Visiting friends here. ! C. 10. M?ller, of Baltimore, Is spend?L 1 nk this week with Dr. Prank Dayi.,<* Air. anil Mrs. Randolph HonneborgeRt of HiirrlBOiiburg, are with Mrs. Junos< Harris, on College Avonue. Mr. Hen neberger has recently bought thai Sterfbold farm, near town, and will move his family thore this week. Miss Christine Cooke, who Is teach inn art at the Southern Seminary, in I Petersburg, spent the week-end with her sister, Miss Sellda Cooke, .Miss May Smith has returned from ja visit to her home. Barton Heights. 1 Mrs. Nannie Harrison Cooke is ther i guest of relatives here. ! The Woman's Club met on Tuesday! : afternoon In the club rooms. Mrs. . Schoolar Fox read an exceedingly in , tcrentlnsr paper on "Washington Irving , und His Works," and the discussion on I current events wir? led by Mrs. Jarno? I C. BlusillfiaW. "Beget Prevents dys? pepsia, indiges? tion and kidney troubles. "Alk your- druggist about U"?H? AflOlM Sold by all diuggiaat?just ai It llowa from the spring. J.A.Morris &Co,Distributors III North 6th Street. Richmond, V?. EVERETT WADDEY CO. Richmond in 18S3. DID YOU KNOW ? ? ? That the only establishment south of the Potomac and east of the Missis? sippi river whirh does Printing, Hook-binding, Lithographing and Engraving under one tool is in Richmond? The most complete plant of its kind in the South?a credit tq the city and the community?situated in the heart of commercial Richmond, at 1, .1 and 5 South Eleventh Street, four stories high, furnishing ?? living for more than 500 persons. Did you help build this large institution with your patronage? Our estimate clerks are at your disposal for prices on Printing, Lithographing, Hook-binding and Engraving, and our clerks in our stationery store will give you polite attention at H05 Fast Main Street. Our office furniture department salesmen at 7 and 9 South Twelfth Street will show you the largest stock of Office Furniture in the South. Richmond In 1911. Richmond Grows and We Grow With Her EY CO, 110.S Fust Main Street. Gentlemen's Clothing, As Well As Ladies9 Have their new effect restored when cleaned by our methods. rs. A. J. Pyle 315 North Fifth Street, .... Richmond, Va. ? )ur French Process of Cleaning is unequalled. Ii Elegant Wedding Gifts The Nowlan Company, 921 East Main Street, Are Headquarters fur Elegant Gift* of Fine Gold and Sterling Silver, and their selection for this season comprises many beau? tiful articles, such as will not be found in other stocks, at prices, more reasonable than ever before.