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Plain Stitch Wool anil Worsted Sweaters, grey and red, two pocket. 6 to 12-ycar size; spe? cial . Fancy Stitcli Red Wool Sweaters, with sailor collar, sizes 8 to fft ?yr 14 years; special . O 'Child's Knit Sweaters, white a q with colored border; special. TtOC Social and Personal RICHMOND society Is much in? terested lu the marriage of Miss Mary Montgomery Wylle, daughter or llrt. William Alexander Wylle and S. Hlount Mason. .Ir., which will be celebrated this evening at 8 o'clock In the home of the brldo, 817 Bt Paul street. Baltimore, the Rev. Harris B. Kirk, pastor of the frank? lin Street Presbyterian Church, per? forming the ceremony. Mr. Mason la a son of Mr. Und Mrs. S Blount Mason, formerly of this city, now of New York, and belongs to one of the best known families In the state. "he ceremony will take place In the drn wing-room of the Wylle home, ?which will be decorated In Annuncia? tion llllc* and white chrysanthemums for the occasion. The mantels will be banked with amllax ami smllax ami palms will be used In the halls. The dining-room will bo decorated In yel? low (lowers, and yellow flowers ?111 ornament the table. The bride will enter the drawing room with her hi other, William Bruce Wylle, by whom she will be given sway. Her gown Is an exquisite af? fair of ivory satin, made with a court train and trlmmrd with point The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. UNDERWEAR FOR MEN. The wearing kind, the t-nug-tiltinc; kind, and the beauty of it is you do not pay fancy prices for it here. Drop in to-day. Glad to thow you the various, grades and styles. Fall Opening, showing dainty, new, fashionable styles. F. W. OABNBY A COMPANY, Third end Droad Streets. The Greentree IDEA IS Service Broad at .Seventh. J. B. Mosby & Co. Women's Suits, $12.75 Worth $20 to $30 HAVE YOU SEE.\ THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit &Co.V See Our Great New Store and New Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace Uajhmdiicty - ?mo'aiir ^iiavi) sr.:--t< fJHICHESTER S PILLS *?T_?2-v TUE di a .hon? 11 n.and. "*V l.adlr.l a.i. yc.nr KrucuLi t. r A\ < l.|., l.,?.|rr's lilnn?,,J,r"lrnmt//V\ IMII. In Red ?n.i Wold n?WiicV|rV bj?M, ieal?l with (llue kll lwn. V/ T?te r.c olker. Mnr of roor V DUIIOND llRAND I'll.M. ' r Wft yurs knofenu nut, Safest. Alwiyi Relltt.la SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVER i WH E?S applique luce. Her long tulle veil will be Listened with ortingo blos? soms, and her wedding bouquet Will be hyacinths. Miss Nina Campbell Wylle. who will be her sister's maid of honor and only attendant, will wear a gown of Ii "est pink satin. draped with Chantllly lace und trlmnied In liny pink i'OH> uds. She will carry nn old f--.hlrned nosegay of Klllurney buds. ?Ulbert Relniun will he the groom's beBl man. and the ushers will Include John Key Gllraor, Ulburn Oolds borough, Andrew N. Trlppo und Wil? liam Morton. Mrs. Wylle. mother of tlij bride, will wear a gown of black marquisette over white satin and trimmed In dun.ess lace. There will be a reception following the ceremony, uftcr which Mr. Mason and his bride will leave for a wed? ding trip to Bermuda. They will be at home after February 1 at the. Aruhdel, in Baltimore, where they have taken an apartment. The bride Is a very beautiful girl, and la prominent in Baltimore society. Mr. Mason belongs to the Virginia family of that name, and is a grand? son of the late John V. Mason, one? time minister to France. He is a mem? ber of the leading clubs in Balti? more. Dance for Miss Cnrter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ball Carter, . r lioi West Franklin Street, will give a large d: nee at the Jefferson Hotel on the night of December 1, when their daughter. Miss Gertrude Carter, will bo presented to Richmond society. Miss Carter Is one of a very charming group of girls coming out In Rich? mond this winter, and her debut hall will be it very brilliant affair. Invlta tlonK for the dance will be Issued In a few days To Entertain nt Card?. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. H. Ellington, of lhlT Monument Avenue, will entertain at cards on Monday evening. November 27. In honor of their debutante niece. Miss Ruth Porter, of Charlotte, N. C. who will be their guest at that time, and Miss Alice Nelson, of this city. Mr. and Mrs Ellington's gtiests for the affair will include the younger so? ciety men and the debutantes of this season and last. Home Wedding. The marriage of Miss Anne Roy Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor, of 1717 Grove Ave? nue, and Willis Marshall Pnrrish. Jr.. also of this city, was celebrated yes? terday morning at 11 o'clock In the home of the bride's pnrents. Dr. W 1'. James, pastor of Grove Avenue B..u tlsl Church, oflleiatlng. Tho house decorations wer. In palms and bli? Inra of white chrysanthemums. Tho bride wore a gofng away gown of blue broadcloth with a hat to match, and carried a phower bouquet of lilies of the valley nnd white orchids Guests from a distance for the ceremony In? cluded Mr. and Mrs. Hurtwcll A. Tay? lor, of New Britain, Conn.; J- B. Val den. Roy Valden and Miss Uldtnc Val den, of New Kent; Dr J. B. Valden. Jr.. of New Kent, and R. W. Taylor, of Ashevllle. N C After an extended wedding trip North Mr. and Mrs. Par rlsh will make their home here. Miaa Gnltbri*? Wedding. Pays the Baltimore News,of recent Issue: "One of the most fashionable wed? dings of the year will take place- on Tuesday evening, November 28, at Grace Church, when Mlsr Imogen Gal ther, daughter of --r. and Mrs. Georgo Klggs Galther, will bo married to Spenc.-r Wyman Aldrich. of New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Aldrich, of Now York. The ceremony will bo Performed at 8 o'clock by Rev. Arthur Chllton Powell, rector. In tho pres? ence of a large contlnKent of society from New York and thla city. Mrs. George R. Gaithef, Jr. of Mlddleburg. nlster-in-law of the hride-elect. will h>- matron of honor, and Miss Frances Imogen Vundorpoel. a cousin of the hride-elect. will he maid of honor The bridesmaids will be Miss Katha? rine D. Webb. Miss Isabel i . Ooodc now. Miss Anna A. Stump. Miss Ne? ville St. G. Lemmon. Miss Dorothy Hill, of Cincinnati. Ohio, and Miss Maude H. Aldrich. of New York, sister of the groom-elect. II. Granger Galther, brother of Miss Galther. will be best man, and tho ushers will be Messrs. R. Baldwin Myers, of Norfolk; Gaylord Lee Clarke, of Warrcnton; Dr. Howard H Hume, of Washington; Stuart G. Christian, of Richmond. Dudley M. Cooper, of Nww York, and W. Nelson Page, of Winchester. After the wed? ding journey the bride ami bridegroom will Epend the winter In Now York, where they have taken apartments." MI?? Lerainon'a DcOut. Mr. and Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmor., of Baltimore, have sent out Invita? tions for a reception to be given at their home. 221 West Lanvalc Street, in honor of the.r daughter, Miss Eliza? beth Herbert Lemmon, on Wednesday evening, November 12, from '- to 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lemmon will also give a dance in honor of their daughter at their home December 2u. The Lemmons have a very handsome country estate In Northern Virginia and are widely related throughout the State. Miss l<omrnon will later In the season visit friends in Richmond. Dr. i oulhe Here. Dr. William Dudley Foulke, of Rich? mond. Ind., president of the National MUnlolpal League will address the meeting of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia in the Young Men's Chris? tian Association hall to-morrow eve- ( ring nt half-past S o'clock. The pub? lic is cordially invited to be present. Cnrd Toiirnuincnl. The November card tournament will bo played at the Woman's Club on Thursday evening. The usual rules concerning gentlemen partners will, apply, and all lables must be regis? tered by 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. To Sing hi Woman's Club. Mrs. May Walton Kent, formerly of this city, now of Chicago, will sing this afte-noon at the meeting of tho literature class at the Woman's Club at half-past 4 o'clock. Mrs Kent, who is a very gifted and charming woman, sang before the U. D. C. convention her.- last week, and also at the recep? tion given at the home of Mrs. Allen Chambers on Saturday afternoon. This afternoon she will sing "Vir? ginia." which is dedicated to Captain Charles R. Skinker, ono of Virginia's bravest sons. The wordt; were writ? ten by Harry Curran Wilbur and set to music by Mrs. Kent. This song was tlrst introduced Into the South by General Robert White, of Wheeling, In his memorial address at Hollywood several years ago. Mrs. Kent, who is widely related throughout the State, has resided In | Chicago for a number of years, and is very prominent In the large Southern contingent that forms a part of tho society life In that place. Hor work Is mainly literary and publishing her own music. Ono of her most recent songs is "Do Light of de Moon." dedi? cated to Polk Mlllor. Mrs. Kent will remain hero as the guest of friends and relatives for possibly ton days, going later to Wythcvllle, where she lived for u number of years. A iHHorH to Mr Kntertnlncd. The feature of all the entertaining dono Thanksgiving Day Is that done hv the University of Virginia alumni In this city in honor of the teams of that university and North Carolina, This year the mjou Theatre has'been' secured, und 'he students und their ?ii^sf* will be entertained them until II ocloek. when a dance will be given In their honor. The german given Thanksgiving night In ulwuys a gula I event. The dance Is opened with a ' debutante llgure, in which only the t girls making their formal bow to so !cleUr this winter and their escorts take part. A rc.it many gueBta from ?. distance will be In town on that ! day, and will attend the functions I given In honor of the visitors. Then j a number of smaller affairs will bo given ut private houses, and the lobby 1 of the Jefferson Hotel will bo tho ren ' dezvous for the students Immediately , following tho game, home small teas j will be given "n the afternoon, and a ? i.er of luncheons will precede tho game that afternoon. Btayat-Hoine Wblat Ciuk. The Stay-at-llome Whist Club met on Monday evening at the home of ! Mrs. <_?. c. Chapln, 922 I'loyd Avenue, j l-'our tables were engaged, and the i highest score was made by Mrs. Ar- : : lliur P. Wllmnr und Mr. Tyler. The club will meet next week with Mrs. j . W. H. Koblns In her apartment at the j I Shirley, corner or Third and Cary Streets. Prominent lOnmitiriiirol, ..r. und Mrs. .lay Manuel Whltham. I of Germantown. Pa., have announced ' the engagement of their daughter. I lull is Margaret Vaux Whltham, to !? . Abrain Claude Howard, son of Rear nilral and Mrs. T. H. Howard, of Annapolis. Md. The wedding Is to take place In the early part of April. j Miss Whltham has a number of rela? tives In Richmond who are Interested * In the anouncement of her engage j men I to Mr. Howard. ! Married In Nevr York. j Miss Ada LiOUiae Mather, daughter of I : Mr. und Mrs. E. S. Mather, of Caze- j novla, N. Y.. and Verger Thomas Pitch- | : ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. 1<\ Pitch- j ford, of Amelia county, were (married I at the home of the bride's parents on ' ednesday, November 8. After visit? ing friends and relatives In New York. , Washington. Richmond and Peters? burg, Mr and Mrs. Pitch ford will make j their home near Church Road. Invitations Issued. Mr. and Mrs. Edward >;. Talley have I.' ued invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Inez, to L*on M. Mor ? ceremony to tnke pla<-e on WET FEET i CAUSED TROUBLE Mrs. Coram Couldn't Avoid It, But Friend In Need Promptly Remedies The Mis? chief Done. Tampa, Fla.?Mrs. E. C. Coram, of 2905 Highland Avenue, says: "I was very weak and worn out from womanly trou? bles. My husband bought me two bottles of Cardui to take a? a tonic, and from the first day it seemed to tnc I felt its good effects. By the time I had used the two bottles I felt and looked like a new i woman. Some i im. later I got my iect wet at the wrong time, and 1 turned to Cardui to remedy the mischief done. Before I had taken one bottle it gave me the needed relief. I gave the teH loa friend for her daugh? ter, who was suffering with similar trou? bles, and it t ured hrr. Cardui hb.- had a most wonderful cura? tive effect upon inc. I am now 59 years of age, and feeling well. I constantly praise Cardui to all my sick friends. It is a wonderful remedy." Thousands of ladies all over the country know by actual experience what it will \ do for the ailments to which all women are liable. it has helped others, and this is the best of proof that it will help you. X. B.? Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Ten?., fcr Sfttiol htsUlUtivKi and b-j-pagc book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper on request. 201 E. Broad TO-DA Y A Sale of 200 SUITS and COATS 75 15 Worth 17.50 to 25.00 Sales of Street and Dress Hats at $4.75. Dancing Slippers at Go to Chaaie Trafieri for pure imported Olive Oil. Mar. 42*1. S08 W Mat* St TAN CALF LACE $3.50 and $4. Absolutely Pure Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas? try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar?made from grapes Wednesday evening. November t5, at T:3o o'clock. In tbc hontc of Iii?1 bride, 2S22 East Marshall Street. Morris?Sayers. The marriage of Miss Rosa Vera, Sayoi.? and Aubrey M. Morris, both Ot this city, was celebrated In Hunt? ington. W. Va., on Tuesday. Novem? ber 7. at the home of the bride's sis? ter, Mrs. Owen Bertram. > he Rev. Mr. Hyatt, pastor of the First Metho? dist Kplscopal Church, performed tho ceremony. In and Out of Tonn. Mrs. Virginia McSherry. who has been stopping at the Jefferson Hotel. Is now a guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson, In Gintcr Park. Miss Muttlc P. Harris left town yes? terday for a Btay of Jen days In New York City. Mrs. W. Stewart Polk has returned to Baltimore, after spending a week in Richmond. Miss Louise Carpenter, who has been in the North for tho past several month.", has returned to Clifton Forge. Judge and Mrs. J. M. Qunrlos have returned to Staunton. after a visit to relatives here. Mrs. Peter Murray, of this city. Is a guest of MrF. Charles Hammltt, at Valle-- Farm. Salem. Miss Sallle L. Hart is the guest :t her aunt. Mrs. A. M. Nelson, In Koan okc. Mr. and Mrs. Ruthcrfoord Rose have returned to Richmond, after spending their honeymoon In the North. Mrs. P. C. Talley, of 1226 Floyd Ave? nue, is spending several weeks with relatives at the Wyoming in Washing? ton. George S. Reeder, of this city, is registered lit the Hotel Wolcott In New York for several days. Mrs. Luolan Cocko is visiting rela? tives in Atlanta for several weeks. Ilutton?ClnrW. [Special to Tl:e Times-Dispatch;] Bristol. Va., November 14.?A mar? riage of much interest in Southwest Virginia wus solemnized in the parlors of Stonewall JacTvoji Institute, at Abingdon. this evening, when Miss Ruby Clark, a member of the faculty of the Institute, became tho bride of Judge Frank B. Button, of the Circuit Court. The nuptials were solemnized by Rev. Dabney Carson, president of tho school. The bride is a native of Mississippi, her home being at Tupelo, that State. She formerly taught In Virginia Inter mont College here, and Is a young wo? man of broad culture. Judge Ilutton. prior to his elevation to the Circuit Court bench, was for many years prom? inent as a lawyer at Abingdon. After Law Violators. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Norton, Vs., November 14.?Judge Skeen, following his ante-election dec? laration, has had several summonses Issued for persons presumed to have knowledge of violations of the law in the election held a week ago to-day. Some of the persons summoned already have testified before the grand Jury, hut so far no indictments have bejn returned. CANAL SOON TO OPEN Vessels May Use It Hefore Its Formal Inauguration. New Orleans, La., November 14.? Vessels will be allowed to pass through the Panama Canal before the opening, which has been set for January 1, 1915 Tills Information Is contained In a letter received to-oay by L K. Bent ley, of the New Orleans Progressiva L'nlon. from Major F. C. Boggs. of the United States Corps of Engineers. n? Washington. Major Boggs says: "I am directed by the Secretary of War to Inform you that, while the nfTh-lal dale of the opening of the canal has been set for January 1, 1916, it Is the Intention to allow vessels to utilize the canal Just ns eoon as practical, probably by the latter half of 1013 However, It Is too far in advance at this time to tlx anything definite. Ship? ping InteTestB will be advised as soon as tho commission feels assured that vessels can be passed without unneces? sary delay. Big Apple Shipments. (S'poclal to The Tim es-Dispatch. I Churlotteavlllo, Va., November 14.? Up to the present date 24.173 barrels of applec have boon shipped from ! Covesvlllo, this county. Most of these apples went to tho Northern markets, principally New York At least L.'.OO more barrels will be shipped from that station before tho end of the season. Covesvlllo Is In the centre of the Albemarle pippin (belt. Fire Follows Election. Harrisonburg, Va., November 14.? Last Tuesday the town of Dayton, Rocklngham county, by a vote of 65 to 13, in a popular election, decided to install a water system and fire-fight? ing facilities. On Sunday, five days later, a fira broke out In the town, sweeping away $30,'000 worth of property, and but for the arrival of the Harrison? burg fire company the entire village might have been destroyed. Storm Strikes Amelia. [Special to Tho Timos-Dlspateh. J Amelia, Va., November 14.?The storm struck Amelia heavy about 3:30 P. M. yesterday, blowing down trees, corn shocks and wires, .nna dropping the temperature so that Ice nearly half an inch thick was formed this morn? ing. The tobacco market is opening up well , Woodrow Wilson Roams Around Town and College Without Being Recognized. (.Special to The TImee-Disputch. J CahrlotlCBVllle, Yu., November 14.? Governor Woodrow Wilson, ot New jersey, on his way South tor a llulo recreation, stopped oft hero this after- ? noon to spend a day or two at his j alma muter, the University of Virginia. | The coming of the distinguished vis- j itor was unhcraldod, und he had | roamed around town and college for an hour or more before he waa re? cognized. He passed the Faywoathcr Gymnasium Just as the football su.uad was tiling out. and, HKc a lover of the great gridiron sport, followed the! players down on the Held, and was an Interested spectator throughout the workout. Ha was tirst recognized by W. Christie Beet, of Columbia. S C, ?who Is here to assist In preparing tho team for the annual game with George? town on Saturday. The Governor in? quired as to the team's record, and congratulated Head Coach Vanccy on his success as a coach. leaving Lambeth Field about dark, Governor Wilson dropped In to pay his respects to President Alderman. To? night he Is a guest of his old college mate. Professor Richard Heath Dab ncy, dean of the graduate department. To-morrow be will dine with President Alderman, und later In the evening will leave for Stuunton, the place of j his birth. After a brief etay in the Valley city he will go direct to St. Augustine. Fla., for quiet and rest. ' Governor M Uson was a student at the University of Virginia for two sessions, '78, '80 and 'SI. u matriculate in the law department. He did not complete his last year in college, be? ing compelled to withdraw about Christmas on account of 111 health. GIRL HAKES ESCAPE FROM GYPSY BAND ! (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] j Woodstock, Va? November 14.?Sun day during a bard rain a band of gypsies, composed of two men und two women, asked that they be permitted to spend the night In Rush's livery stable Some time during the evening the younger of the women, who said her "ame was Ethel Holland, of Ports? mouth, O., told Mrs. Rush that she was being detained against her will, and that the other members of the band had threatened to kill her If she told about it. Mr. Rush told this to the county officials, who Immediately took charge of the girl, ngalr.st the wishes of the other members of the band. The young woman says she Is seven - ' teen years old, and wms taken uway from Portsmouth against her will) that she had been held a prisoner since then, and this was the first chance that she had had to communicate 1 with any but members of the bund of j gypsies. Miss Holland will be sent back to I Ohio, and the others of the band were 1 allowed to go. Heavy ton by Fire. (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlsputch.] Charlottesvllle, Va., November 14.? Harry Allen, who came to Albemarlc recently from Yonkers, N. Y., and pur? chased the farm formerly owned by W. R. Harrison, near Greenwood, had his burn destroyed by fire. last night, together with Its contents, consisting of a large quantity of feed for his cattle, three horses and two mules Nothing wa.s saved. His loss Is esti? mated at $1.200. Want Local Option r.lrct lor [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J Woodstock, Vs., November 14.?An application for a local option election In Madison Magisterial District, of I Shennndoah county, was presented to Judge Harrison to-day. Boutchyard?Hlcka. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Frederlcksburg, Vs., November 14.? Reuben Uoutchyard. of Falmouth, and Miss Sudlo Hicks, of Stafford county, came hero last evening and were mar? ried at the residence of Rev. R. Aubrey Williams, pastor of the Baptist j Church, who performed the ceremony. They will make their home In Stafford j county. Engagement Announced. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. ] l.ynchburg, Va., November 14.?Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson have, an? nounced the approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Ethel C. Ander? son, to Robert D. Tankersley, at their home here on December 12. Mad Dog Crratea .Scare. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.J Frederlcksburg. Va., November 14.? About two weeks ago a mad dog was killed here, after having bitten a num ibcr of other dogs. The first dog bit? ten by this mad dog developed rabies last evening and was killed. The owners of the other dogs that were bitten at the same time are much con? cerned, and the dogs are kept tied lip and closely watched. Mayor H. Lewis Wallace has Issued a proclamation or? dering that all dogs be kept muzaled or tied up for the next thirty dayst REACH SALISBURY ON SPECIAL TRAIN Ministers and Lay Delegates Ready for Conference Opening To-Day. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) Salisbury, Md., November 14.?Th? homes of this city have been turned over to the ministers and lay delegate! of the Virginia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South which will convene in its 129tb an? nual session here In the morning .Scores of delegates to the conference have been arriving all day on tho reg? ular trains, but the bulk of the mem? bership arrived at 5 o'clock on a spo eial conference train, the New York Philadelphia and Norfolk Kali road had a special boat leaving Norfolk this morning ut 11 o'clock. This boat was met at Cape Charles, Va., by a special train, which, when It arrived in this city, was met by at least fifty au? tomobiles, which carried the members and lay delegates to the homes that had been assigned to them In the dlf lerent parts of tho city. Rev. J. Franklin Carr, pastor of the Trinity Church here, where the sessions of the conference will be held, had this part of tho entertainment In charge and, assisted by a number of the cit? izens of Salisbury, had nil the 350 ministers In the different homos In fif? teen minutes after they arrl%-ed. Upon I the arrival of tho spoclal train there was a large crowd at tho depot, au? tomobiles In a line for a block, and ia grand shout and blowing of auto? mobile horns grettod the ministers as j they poured from the train. Bishop John Carlisle Kllgo, of Dur? ham, N. C. who will preside at the conference, was one of the first to ulight from the special. He was met at tho station by Mrs. E. E. Jackson In her automobile and Immediately taken to her home. "Tho Oaks," neat by. where ho will be entertained dur? ing tho sessions of tho conference. The conference will convene In Trinity Church, which Is a gift of Mrs. ! E. E. .Tuckson. and one of tho hnnd | sorhest churches In tho Virginia con I fcroncc, to-morrow morning at I I o'clock, when the first business ses? sion will he held. The opening ser? mon will ho preached In tho evening at S o'clock by Rev. W. A. Christian. D. D.. assisted by Rev. C. H. Spooner. ! The citizens of this city have, thrown I open their doors to the ministers, and as ono of the urrlvnls to-night said: "We did not realize that such hos? pitality could be found outside of Vir? ginia, but It has remained for the good people of Salisbury, a Mnryland town, to show us Virginians some points along this lino." To-night tho first committee meet? ing was hold tit Trinity Church of tho different missionary boards. Very Ut Diamond Rings Diamonds of finest quality, set in mountings of exquisite workmanship. Our prices always please. Schw'.rzschild Bros, Richmond's Leading Jewelers, Second ami Broad Sts. tie business was transacted. Among those who arrived to-day on tho special train were: C E. Watts, B. F. Llpscomb. J. T. Whltoly. G. W. Wray, J. T. Bozman. T. O. Edwards. T. N. Potta. H. E. Johnson. R. H. Potta, W. T. Green, J. C Now ton and W. A. Cooper, who are former pastors oC the Trinity Church here, and every? where were accordod a special recep mobllo horna greeted the ministers aa and the citizens. Already In the gath? ering of the ministers there are rumors of many changes In the appointments, and It Is stated by the presiding el? ders that thcro will be a general stirring up In this respect, and many will bo surprised when Bishop Kllgo reads the list. STSIOD IN SESSION. Eighty Moravian MlntstersSare Meeting in Wlnston-Salem. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Winston-Salem, N. C, November 14.?i Tho Moravian Synod of tho Southern Province convened In the Home Church this morning with about eighty preach? ers and laymen In attendance. Bishop Edward Rondthaler delivered an earn? est and hearty address of welcome, af? ter which the synod waa formally or? ganized by the election of the follow-, lng ofllcers: President, Bishop Rond thaler; Vice-President, Rev. James hJ. Hall, of Clemmons; Secretary. Rev. L, G. Luckenbach, of Falrvlew Church. The report of the committee on cre? dentials was then read and the various committees were announced. At the business session this after? noon excellent reports were submitted by *ije Provincial Board of Elders, Fi? nancial Board and tho Church Aid and Extension Board. An ordination ser vlco and celebration of the Holy Com-; munlon took place to-night. School Fair la Held. ISpcclal to The Times-Dispatch.] Harrisonburg. Va.. November 14.?? The annual school fair and boya' corn club exhibit was held here to-day In the Masonic Hall. James Hedrlck, Jr., of Elkton, won first prize for yield, raising 113 bushels and 41 pounds of com on ona acre. Proceeds, JS3.83; expenses, J22.75. Nathaniel Keezell, son of Senator George B. Keezell. won second, with 112 bushels and tB pounds on one ncro. Proccedd, $86.93, expenses, $37.4G. State Superintendent Eggleston ad-> dressed the boys on the educational value of corn clubs. W. C. Shuckleford, of Albomarl?? county, gave a practical lecture on corn culture. The oxhlhlts by the school girls of the county were a feature. The corn club has fifty-nine mein? hers, fifty of whom will secure Gover? nor's certificates. rns -DYSPEPTIC ? kteL Begeis Health" Most nervous dis? orders have their root in the stom? ach. Try it for a week then? "T?U ytrar friund*" Sold by -ill druggiMt?just ? if it flows from the tpriug. J.A.Morris & Co,Distributors 311 North 6th Street, Richmond, Va. * Now good time to prepare for Thanksgiving your Plum Pud? ding, Mincemeat and other like requisites. Ready for you are our SEEDED RAISINS, CLEANED CURRANTS, CITRON, ORANGE AND LEMON PEELS, SHELLED NUTS, Etc. Phone order Monroe 101 to 105. Hermann Schmidt Groceries and Wines, 504-6-8 East Broad. KeaoB7*a Special Ulead HIGH Ott-A.DE OOWlEr,, sse. IIa? no eejuaL Drink and Enjoy KENNY'S Coffees and Teas They Always Please C. D. KENNY CO. Phone Madison 581, 582 606 E. Broad Street CBEON Tbo Bwt B9e "Vn in America. KOTE 2TOW LOCATION I Thirty-three Years of Experience W ITH THE BEST METHODS AND MACHINERY ARE TWO REASONS WHY Dyeing and Cleaning DO.VE BY MRS. A. J. PYLE IS THE BEST. 315 North Fifth Street,.Richmond, Va. Elegant Wedding Gifts The Nowlan Company, 921 East Main Street, Arc Headquarters for Elegant Gifts of Fine Gold and Sterling Silver, and their select ion for this season comprises many beau? tiful articles, such as will not he found in other stocks, at prices more reasonable than ever before.