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Sale of Velvet Hats
Trimmed The new shapes, with smart stick, up effects, regular S5.75 Q<n f\Q values; on sale to-day. ... v0?*7O Social and Persona 1 WHITE chrysanthemums and ouan titles of lovely fall roses; against a background of trail? ing vines ami cedars decorated the home of Oeorgo Tyler Ford, at Hound Hill, when his daughter, Miss Helen Ford, was married to Ezra Thomas Carter, a prominent lawyer of date City, and a s.otn of C. \V. Carter, of Hig stone Gap. Hopes of evergreens were held by the bridesmaids and lighted candles and white flowers we.ro used everywhere. In the dining room yellow chrysanthemums and can? dles, shaded In yellow, decorated the table. The ceremony, which was per? formed 'by the Rev. Fleol H, James, uncle of the bride, took place at half after I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Miss Daisy Lynch played the wed? ding march. Th? bride's w'-ddjng gown was fa-*:. ? loned of Ivory satin and trimmed In renl ls.ee. Her voll was caught with orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of Bride rose? and lilies of the valley. Mr. Ford gave his daughter away. Mise Louise Tvler Ford was her h inter's maid of honor, und worr a p iwn of yellow mcssallno t?/id r;vrrl<d yellow chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids wor frocks similar to the meld of honor made of white marquisette over white meisatlne. They Included Misses. Elizabeth Jami? son s wet man, of Fairfax; Mary Isham JampS, Of Washington; Luclle I?vc James and Maria Adelaide Copeland, of Hound Hilt. C. H. Carter, of Pig Htone flap, a brother of th<- groom, was best man. The ushers were H. G. Morrison, of The Flour That Sives Universal Satisfaction. RECEPTION /Velvet Satins, S3.50 and $4 ZtYMOUItSYCLE J. B. Mosby & Co. Women's Long Coats, $12.75 Worth $19.75 Fall Openlnrt, showing dainty, new, fashionable styles. F. W. DADNKY A COMPANY, Third and llroad Streets. pirnr. jAME QUALITY EVERY DAY * Monroe Kiel. The Greentree IDEA IS Service Broad at Seventh. 8Hni Get Everything Needed for Comfortable Traveling at ROUNTREE'S -?*>3 E. BROAD ST TREE "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., Go to Chasie Traf ieri for pure imported Olive Ma<". 420/ ?00 W Ms.? S; TCH AMERICA!- AVDaF.UnOPEAN A\<ASDS mnr.lQ* AMERlCAf AM>< Saner. TUR BEST BY EVEHY. TEST. 1 Johnston City. Tonn.. an<i Charles Jnmcs Ford, or Port Hope. Ontario, I Canada. A roccpttoi. followed the ceremony. 1 after which Mr. and Mrs. Carter left for a Southern honeymoon. They will be at home at Oato City after De- | comber 1. Guests from a dlstanco for the cere- ] mohy were C. S. Carter and Miss Flora | Carter, of Big Stone Cap; H. G. Mor . Ison, of Johnson City; Dr. and Mrs. i W. c. Ford, of Woodstock; Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Ford, of Luray; Misses < Elizabeth and Julia Swetman. Mlsa j 1 Salllo Ford, of Fairfax; Miss Mary James, of Washington j Miss Maria \ [ Copeland. of -'tuunton, and C. J. Ford, i of Canada. Tablet to Be Unveiled. A tablet will oc unveiled to Surgeon General Moore this afternoon ut 4 o'clock, tho curemonles taking place at his residence from 1863-65. 200 West Grace Street. All Confederate organ? izations are Invited; students of the medical colleges here, surgeons and physicians of the city and all Inter? ested in Confederate work are also asked to attend. HolirrtHoo?Wnddry. I j Mrs. Everett Waddey ha? Issued in ? vitations for the wedding reception of ! . her daughter. Helen '.'armlna, to Cap , tain Charles Arthur Robertson. Sixty- < , first. King George'a Own i'ioneers, to; lake place on Wednesday evening, Ije- ! comber 6, at 7 o'clock. In tho home of the bride's mother, 1816 Monument j A venue. Mrs. Cucke'a Hook. i Mrs. Luelan A. Cocke, of Roanoke, I who was recently In Richmond and 1 gave a charming reading from her new j book at tin- woman's Club, Is now j . visiting relatives lu Atlanta. Con? cerning Mrs C?cke and her thorough-j ly delightful book, tho Atlanta Con? stitution of last Sunday has the fol? lowing to ^ay In comment: "The North Carolina Review, which Is a .Southern authority In the mut? ter of standard book reviews, has the following Interesting comment con? cerning the book of Mr.-, Eue lan J. C?cke, of Roanok.e. Va. As will be observed, the review classes her works tlohgslde of mat of Edwards, Cabell. Page und Uncle rtcmus. Mrs. Cocke is now In Atlanta visit-1 ins her sister. Mrs. A. W. Hill, and Is being heartily congra'ulated on all .-wir? on the splendid reception with which her book has been met by the press and the .public. "Th?" Review says: " Marry Stlllwel! Edwards has made our hair stand on end by hl? harrow? ing novels on the race complications, j George Cabel] has won our sympathy' by his talent and our condemnation by his conclusions not Just to the ? I South. Thomas Nelson Page has i charmed and delighted the whole; j world by his inimitable and charming I I s to rief of old times I" the South. Uncle , J'.' :.'iu<. has made the old-tithe darkey \ famous. All these and other writers ; have given us glimpses of the black mammy, but It remained for Mrs. | Cocke to give us a series of charming i volume of stories for children with the black mammv as the centre, drawing ] her true to life,! " Invitations Received flrrr. Invitations have been received !u Richmond for the marriage of Miss 1 Pearl Chadwick Ifeck. daughter -of Mrs. Jonathan McGee Heck, to William i Alexander '".rahu.u Clark, the ceremony to take place on the evening of Wed? nesday, December (, at 9 o'clock, in the First Baptist Church. Raleigh. N. I C. A large reception will he given at! the residence of the bride's mother In I Raleigh immediately following the! ceremony at the church. Miss iie.-k Is 8 nice* of Mrs. J. Allison Hodges, of thi- city, and ins frequently visited In Richmond. tier approaching wed? ding Is of mu:h Interest to society here, and a number of Richmond peo? ple will g.i to Raleigh for the cere? mony and reception following *>bi??-r for Hrlde. A very attractive linen shower was given on Saturday. November II, from .'. to 7 o'clock, for Miss Anne Roy Tay? lor, who-- marriage ?o Willie Marshall Parrlah, Jr.. was celebrated here Tues? day morning. Miss Krug, of 2001 Stuart Avenue, was hostess of the af-: fair, ami dainty favor.s for the gue.?ts were pink satin slippers tilled with rice and drawn from a suspended basket. Pink and white flowers prevailed In the decorations, and tea was served In the reception room. Those present, beside the guest of honor, were Misses Krug, Myra Taylor. Alice Taylor, Betts. Lizzie Nicholas, Mabel Morton, Isabel Goddln; Sallle and Edith Montgomery, Uldlne Valdeu, Hazel Helsier. Mozclin Robins. Ruby Walton. Gertrude Maw,r. Mrs. Drelnard, Mr- Harvey Elletl and Mrs - Hart well A. Taylor. Monthly Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Southern Industrial and Educational Association will be held this morning! ut 11 o'clock In the parlors of the Wo? man's Club. All members of the or? ganisation are urged to be present at till- ice.-ting. iimtfr?Saunders. The marriage of Miss Alma Lee Saunders, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Madison Saunders, and William Isaac Baxter, of Wilmington, N. fX, was cele? brated yesterday afternoon at half-past i o'clock in Monumental Church. The ceremony was performed by Dr. James W. Morris rector of the church, and decorations were in palms, ferns and white chrysanthemum.--, with lighted j candles and white flowers on the altar. Benjamin Potter played the "Wedding I Mar. h." and the bridal party was pre liW'dUd'VO' t'de' tiubv bV Ine's'eMVd'oht/lt.' of which the bride Is a member, sing? ing Mendelssohn's "Bridal Chorus." The bride entered the church with ber brother. Dr. Allen J. Black, of Hollins. who gave her away She wore | a handsome gown of gray chiffon cloth made over gray messallne and trimmed I In cut steel and Maltese lace. Her hat was gray velvet, the same shade of ! her gown, and she carried a shower , bouquet of lilies of the vallev and! white reses. Mrs. Allen Jackson Black. Of Hollins. was damp of bone.-, and ' Moars Harris, of Wilmington. N. C. j was the groom's best man. Mrs. Riad: ] i was gowned In white chiffon cloth, j j embroidered In pearls and made over I pale pink messallne. She wore a pic? ture hat of black velvet, and carried ? it armful of pink roses. The usher- were Benjamin Bell, of i 'Vilmlnaion. N. C: M. M. N'ewborne. of i Charleston; S C: W. \. Gray, of wii mlngtou. N. C: J. B. Moore. Lee Lor? raine and Robert Pulllam; of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter left Immediately after the ceremony for an extended trip North, and on their return. De eetnber 1, will make their home at 515 Market Sireet. Wilmington. N. C. The choir of Monumental Church gave a linen shower in honor of tho i bride on Thursday evening of last ] week. \pnroneliliig Marriage. I Captain and Mrs. Joan M. Terrell. o| Gwathmcy, have announced the en- ; I gsgeihent and approaching marriage 1 ... their daughter. Marion Swanb, loj the Kev William Lock hart Ball, ot 'Richmond The wedding will be cele? brated on December -.'0 at the First ' Baptlsl Church In this city. Captain land Mrs. Terrell formerly resided in I Essex county, and are widely related throughout the State. Mr. Ball Is pas? tor of the Tabernacle Baptist church here. MiigtiKcnirnt X nn?unced. Douglas Moxley Low. of Blacksto.ne, announces the' engagement of his t daughter, Katharine tJrr.en, to .Henry O'Bannon Cooper. The wedding will I be celebrate I sonio t!r.U? during the inoiiui of January. Koine Wedding. A pretty, but quiet home wedding ! WHS celebrated at the bride's residence. 922 West Main Stieet, yesterday even? ing at 9 o'clock, when Miss Martha ? b in tide Vh-k became the bride of John Douglas Odoll, Rev. Charles H. Boggs. of the. Virginia Conference, per? forming the ceremony? The bride wore a handsome tailor- j made gown of dark blue, with hat to i match, and carried a shower bouquet ; of P.rld* roses and lilies Of the valley. She was attended by her sister. Miss Clara Vlck, as maid of honor, who was dressed In white chiffon over pink messallne and curried pink roses. [ .k . T. Stuart was best man, aiul lit i \ UNDERWEAR FOR MEN. The wearing kind, the t>nug-fitt!ng kind, and the beauty of it is you do not pay fancy prices for it here. Drop in to-day. Glad to show you the various grades and styles. V JJ tie Edith Vlck, sister of the bride, car rled the ring. The decorutlons were palms and ferns, ^interspersed With a profusion Of roses and chrysanthemums. The bride is a native of South Carolina, and Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Vlck. The groom Is a very prominent young .business man of this city, and Is secretary and treasurer of the L. K Shepherd Company. Mr. and Mrs. Odcll left at once for 1 ah extended trip to Cincinnati. Chi? cago, Detroit and Canada, and will return by way of Niagara Falls, New York and Washington. They will be at home, 402 North I/Otnbardy Street, after December 5. Id and tlut of Town. Mies I.yda Graham will be the guest of her sister. Mrs. William .Shelburne, at Virginia Beach until after Thanks? giving Mrs. William Hodges Mann has re? turned to Richmond, after spending several days in Petersburg. Mrs. S; P. Pace, of Roanolte. fn in Richmond to attend the Bowles-Mor? gan wedding next week. Miss lattice Woodward has returned ! from Washington, where she has been for ten days. .!<>hn 8. .laeobs and his daughter, ] Miss Allle Jacobs, of Pleasant Grove, i are visiting relatives and friends In i Voungstown, O. Mrs. Frank J. Parran has returned to Baltimore, after spending a week in this city. Miss Elizabeth M. Janney has re? turned to Alexandria, after a visit to Mrs. Jeffrey Montague and Mrs. Louise Hawkins In Richmond. Miss Mattie Taylor, of Staunton. !a the guest of Miss Fanny Miller In this city. Dr. and Mrs. Horace n. ITaek and Mrs. William f*. Henning, of Baltimore, are registered at the Jefferson Hotel here. Mrs. J. G. Corlcy will be at homo Informally from 4 to 6 P. M. on Fri? day at her home, ?11 West Grace Street. In henor of her house guest, Mrs. Green Williams. Whltley-Moo pin. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. J Williamsburg. Va., November 15.?A beautiful .marriage was solemnlr.ed here this afternoon at .1:30 In the home ot Mis. Florence Lucile Maupln, when her daughter, Miss Katherlne Uen'-va Maupln, became the bride of Jesse Trafton Whltley, of Suffolk. Va. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Ed son K. Odell. pastor of the Wllllams burg Methodist Church. The matron of honor was Mrs. Harry I.. Burrows, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids were Misses Florence Maupln. sister of the bride, and Edith Whltley, sister of the bridegroom. Charles Branch, of Norfolk, cousin of The bridegroom, was best man, and the UShCr'S umi* Alor.zo B?llard and Jeead Mc< '!? nney. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whltley. Searle Whltley and Miss Ollle Whltley. of Windsor; Jesse McClenney, Alonzo Bal lard. B. W. Crocker, W. H. Kley. Misses Rutli Hrinklev and Ethel Lasalter, of Suffolk: Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Gllltnm, Miss Mae Gilllam. Miss Nellie Gnyle and Mrs. c. I;. Fulghan, of Crlttcnden; E. A. Bullard, Mrs. .1. O. Branch. Mrs. Charles Branch, of Norfolk: Miss Ann Gilllam and Mrs Edith Whltley, of Ourrituek: Miss Grace Binns. of New? port News; Miss Ivey Whltley. of Farmvllle: Misses Mary Redd and Louise Hudspeth. of Richmond: Mr. and Mrs II. L Burrows, of Fairfax, J anu Mr. Winfrey, of Richmond. Con-?Boy lau. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Raleigh, N. C. November lfi.?Miss Margaret Jordan Boylan, daughter of Mrs'.- Manidrf Ooylan;- (A^tatrev t5o? brMo of Clalbornn Care, of Durham, son of General Julian S. Carr, this evening at 9 o'clock. In Christ Episcopal Church. Rev. Milton A. Barber, the rector, offi? ciating, and with special wedding mu? sic by K. Bllnn Owen, organist, and Miss Fannie Johnson and Kttnbrouch Jones, violinists. In the bridal part v. os dame of honor, were Mrs. Stedman Thompson, and Miss Kathrins Boylau. malil of honor, sisters of the bride: Mlases Louise Carr, of Durham; Annie Louise Vaughn, of Durham; Emmie Drewry, Josephine Boylan, Elsie Hay wood and Annie Hoot, us bridesmaids Marvin Carr. of New York, and Julian Carr. Jr.. of Durham, brothers of the bridegroom, were best men. Austin H. Carr, brother of the bridegroom: Will Carr. Kd Carr, Lawrence Tonilin son. l.athrop Morehead. all of Durham, were groomsmen, and Tom Worth. Tom Sntithgate, Paul Snead and John Hall, all of Durham, were ushers. The mar? riage was followed by a reception at the Boylan home on Hlllsboro Street. After n bridal tour north they will be at home in Durham. Glvens~Puah. (Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Charlottesvllle, Va., November 15.-? A pretty fall wedding was that at the First Baptist Church at 8 o'clock this evening, when Miss Clara Belle Pligh became the bride of Darwin C re yon Glvens, of Tampa. Fla. The bride was given away by her brother. Kniest Pugh, ami the ceremony was performed by Dr. Furman H. Martin. Miss Stella Crowell, of Tampa, Fla., was maid of honor, and Mrs. Ernest L. Pugh, of this C,lty, matron of honor. The brides? maids were Miss Nannettc Brundldge, of Little Rock, Ark.; Miss Maude Davis. Of Martinsvllle. Va.; Miss Bessie Hud? son, of Newport News. Va.; Miss Fay Glvens. of Tampa. Kla.. sister of the groom: Miss Bessie Williams, of Am? tierst, Va., and Miss Mae Strtngfcllow. of Culpepcr, Va. Morris Given*, of Tampa, brother of the groom, war. best man, and the ushers were John Cone, of White Springs, Fla.; Lawrence Strlngfellow, of Culpepcr. Va.; Marlon RtiRhton, of Montgomery, Ala.: Hunter Mann, of the University of Virginia; E. M. Surber and Emmett Gloason. of this city. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Glvens left over the Southern Hallway for a Northern trip. Diphtheria l.'IOMrM School. (Special to'Tbe Times-Dispatch. 1 IIurrlsonburg. Va., November l?. The public school at Woyer's Cave is clojcd on account of diphtheria. TRIVIAL QUARREL ENDS IN MURDER Shovel Is Used as Fatal Weapon in Hands of Angry Negro. j ESCAPE of Latter Begin Times-Dispatch Bureau. 109 North Sycamore Street, i Petersburg. Vu., November 15. A trivial quarrel between two ne? groes of a section force of the Sea boar.l Air Line Railway engaged at work in Dlnwiddle county, about three I miles from Petersburg, yesterday af i teruoon, resulted In a murder. Osbea j Smith and Colcman Tartelle iiad some I words and a wrestling match, and this. It was thought, ended the matter : between them. Subsequently, however, as is uaid. Smith approached Tartelli t from behind und dealt him a llerce i blow on the head with his shovel, j Tartelli fell to the ground with a ! fractured skull. He was hurried to j the hospital In this city, but died i soon after reaching there. Smith (led. and has not yet been captured. The I tws men came here from North Caro j Una. but have been about Petersburg i for some time. The murdered man j wts about thirty year? old. and Smith j Is much younger. Coroner Leigh and I a Jury held an Inquest this evening, and the verdict held Smith respon? sible for the murder. I fonferrnee of Latter liny Snlots. j Th" Church of Jesus Christ of Latter I Hay Saints In Virginia will hohl a ' general conference on Saturday and j Sundaj ir, the old Library Hnll In this [city. There will be four tubllu meet ngs: Saturday at 7:?,0 P. M. and on Sunday at 10 A. M. and 2 and 7..10 j P. M. Twenty-five ministers and I twenty-three traveling elders of Vlr-j I glnla will be present. Elder Charles SLAYER MAKES General Conference Day Saints Will Saturday. I SHAN'T GO WITHOUT IT Most Positiv? Statement Made By This KeysviHe Lady Regard? ing tardui, the Woman's Tonic. KeysviHe, Va.?Mrs. Mary B. Towlkes, I of this place, says: "Before I commenced I taking Cardui I would have fainting spells and sick headache, and my back I ached so! I can't begin to tell all the I symptoms. I am glad to say that since using only I two bottles of Cardui. the woman's tonic, I am in better health than for many years before. I don't suffer any pains now. I can't begin to say enough for the j Cardui treatment. 1 shall not go without I t.'ardui in my house. I have been recommending the remedy Ito others, who knew how I used to suffer, land many of them arc now taking it. They give Cardui the highest praise." .Cardui helps nature to perform a cure! in a natural, easy way. It is made from mild herbs, having a gentle, tonic effect j on the womanly constitution. Cardui improves the appetite, tones up I the nervous system, and helps to make | pale, sallow checks fresh and rosy. For pain, weakness and any of the trou? bles front which weak women suffer, Cardui has proven its helping, curative j power. Have you tried it: If not, do so to-day. j It may be just what you need. \. P>. Write to Ladies' Advisory Fiept., j Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tcnn.jfor Special Instructions and 64-page 1 [book, "Home Treatment for Women,"! sent in plain wrapper oil request. br ?prWEr& Hopkins FurnitureCo., 7 and 9 West Broad St. iitrxnxfl shoes and i.rogings I dozen Heavy Gold Plated *>C_ SAFETY PINS . tCDC Worth three times the peicc Mail orders. Stamps or coin Smith & Webster, Inc. Jewelers?Opticians, 612 East Main. - - Richmond. Va. Hand tailored Suits, guur antccd.?bl?eUU 201 E. Broad TO-DAY Sale of Velvet and Corduroy Dresses 19.75 & 24 J5 Values at 75 14 WO Silk Messaline Petticoats, 2.39 Special Showing Fashionable Winter Coats At 12.50 and 15.75 Silk Lined Tailored Suits To-Day 15.75 and 19.75 New 7.00 Waists, S.00 Nemo Comets, 2.00, 3.00, 4,00 Warners Rustproof Corsets, 1.00 A. Callle, President of the Southern States Mission, and Elder Hebert J. 'Irant. of the Quorum of Apostoles, will ho the principal speakers. It Is said that the Church of Latter Pay Saints has quite a large following in the Stnte, there being a number of adherent.-' in Petersburg and Rich? mond. Big Yield of Potator.. J. E. Cousins, one of tho best known and most successful farmers of Prince . Ge-orge county, raised this year 130 | bushels of Irish potatoes on a quarter of an acre of land, or at the rate of 600 bushels per acre. And this was not all. The potatoes are of extra line quality, and brought Mr. Cousins il per bushel. He has shown what the soil of old Prince George can \<: "i" to produce under proper culti? vation New Bank at Carson. The new bank of Carson, in Din wlddie. was opened for business to? day. It is located In -a new building of Its own, has a good capital Is man? aged by experienced business; men and has the assurance of a line patronage. Honor to Pn?t Councilor. Of the twenty-two past State coun? cilors of the Junior Order United American Mechanics of Virginia, the only one who has died was G. II. Gor? don, of Richmond, who passed uway j on September it. lie was the head i of Hi" order In 1S93-'9I. and was a! faithful and beloved officer. At the session of the State Council In Alex? andria In October It was ordered, at the sur.^egtion of Dr. William Evans, | of Norfolk, the retiring Stute coun? cilor, that a full llfe-slr.e picture of Mr. Gordon be procured and bung on the wall of the headquarter offices In Petersburg. This was done, and the | picture, a line reproduction of the, original, was conspicuously placed ini the offices to-day. it is hoped In time to have the pictures of all the living past councilors hung In the hcadquar- | ters. Health ??mure to t olored People. Under the auspices of the Colored ' Civic Association, a meeting of the colored people of the City will bo held Friday night In the Tabernacle Baptist Church, on Halifax street. In ] the Interest of sanitary and health Im- ! provement. The association |s seeking to Improve conditloins among the ! negroes anil thus reduce the high rate of mortality among them. The speak? er of the evening will be Dr. R. A. ; Martin, the health officer, who will i tell the negroes why they are dying so fust. Other prominent speakers will address the negroes during the winter months. To I re rntlgotc Tax Syntem. The Joint committee of the two j branches of the Council, appointed to Investigate the system of collecting city tuxes so long in vogue, and which, during the past thirty years, has re? sulted in an accumulation of dclin quent taxes to the. amount of a quar- j ter of h million of dollars, Is now I complete. Il consists of Councilm, n R. , U. Willcox and Charles W. Bland, and Alderman P. S. Pugh. Tho committee will make thorough investigation Into the system and report with rccommen datlons for future protection. nrxtroylna' Conllmcuted ristnls. Heretofore it lias been customary at stated periods to sell at auction all pistols and other unlawful weapons , eoml.icated in the Police Court, and to turn the proceeds Into the State | Treasury. This plnn will no longer be pursued. The weapons are to no j broken to pieces and destroyed. There are in the hands of tho police several dozen old pistols confiscated during the past year, and these are to-day undergoing the process of complete destruction. Meeting of Daughters. A meeting of Peters-burg Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, . was held this afternoon, Mrs. W. Pryor Jones presiding. Comprehensive reports were received from the dele? gates to the recent Richmond conven? tion. The chapter has received fifteen new members this year. The order in the south controls 171 college soholar-| ships, and recently received u gift of ? il.000 for a scholarship in a Wash-j ington college. Personal aud Otherwise, Miss Otelta W. Snyder and Jesse S. Hatch, both of Prince (Jeorge county,, were married in Washington ycater- ' day. Bernard E. Wells is critically ill at I his home on Commerce Street. Sales of tobacco to-day reached 120,- j 000 pounds, iffld the better grades : brought as high as $"0. The Blrdvlllc (Tuberculosis) Sana-j torium is doing excellent work Two patients have recently been discharged cured. The sanatorium is strictly1 a charitable Institution, and is con? ducted on 'be most advanced prlncples of scientific treatment of tuberculosis. MAG \7.!NK AGENT HF.LD AS SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER Charles A Kcndrleh, about sixty ears old. who is alleged to represent himself as an agent of McCall's Maga zlno and to be an advertising agent, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Captuln M M i. on and DotcctfVo Ser? geants Wiley and Reliant on a chllrgO of being n suspicious character, it is said thai numerous complaints bad been registered against him, it was alleged that he ii.i? obtaln'ng money under fals* pretenses. P?TS HIS TRUST IN RANK AND FILE Woodrow Wilson Stands With the People as Opposed to the Interests. [Spcolal to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesvlllc, Va., November 15.? Governor Woodrow Wilson dined to? day at President Aldcrman'a with Sen? ator Thomas S. Martin and the rector and board of visitors, who ate here intending the regular fall meeting. Later, he met the members of the student Woodrow Wilson Club, tho members of the Jefferson Literary So? ciety, whoso medal for oratory he won thirty years ago, and other members of the student body In Cabell Hall, where he made a very brief address. D. Hlden Ramsey, president of tho Wilson C/.ub, Introduced him' as tho next President of the United States, but Mr. Wilson declined to recognize himself by that designation. The Gov? ernor said thai this is a time of now party alignment when old party tics are becoming loose. "A Republican friend of mine once asked me to define a Democrat," he said "l bejjan by describing a Re? publican as one who holds that those men best able to judgo of what Is good for the country are those who have the lurgcst material stake. A Democrat absolutely dissents from this view, holding that tho rank and file know better what is good for the country. My personal knowledge of perfectly honest men In control of liirp' Interests has convinced mc that they are not acquainted with America, and that they can't think except In terms of their own business. The standpatter id one who thinks that if he moves he will get into trouble. He does not dare to get into tho new game because he does not know whether he will be able to play It. He is under bonds to things as they are. He plays the close game. In I he scrimmage he can engage in any dirty thing the umpire can't see. Forced Into the open he bungles at every turn, and every time ho explains anything he gives away everything." After tho Governor's experience with the college politicians he found the other kind easier. "The former knows tho English language, and can make the worse ap? pear the better cause," he continued. ? Whenever you see a party devoted as the Republican party Is to special interests you may know It is an im? possible enterprise. There Is a com? mon Interest which cttn be gotten at by no other conceivable way than by counsel. The more I observe the more 1 trust the average Jiulgmont of the people, for they alone sec the whole country." Gold Watches Our extensive patronage has been built* up largely on the dependability of ouf Watches. Each Watch sold by us is a guaranteed timekeeper. Schwarzschild Bros. Richmond's Leading Jeweleis, Second and Broad Sts. COMMISSION TO EXAMINE HUBARO It Will Be Composed of Dr. J. C* Kelley, B. R. Tucker and Dabney N. Price. (Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.J Lynchburg, Va., November 15.?The commission named by .ludge Gordon, of the Circuit Court at Lovingston, to study the mental condition of Bert llubard, the slayer of Dr. Pcttlt, will be composed of Dr. J. C. Kelley, of tho Southwestern State Hospital ut Marlon; Dr. B. H. Tucker, of Rich? mond, and Dr. Dabney N, Price, .c well known allenlBt of Charlottes vllle. This commission was agreed upon recently at I.ovingston, but Its per? sonnel was not made public until alt of the alienists had agreed to accept the commission put upon them by the court. Dr. Kelley was the last to bo heard from, and when bis acceptance was vocetved to-day the commission was given out for publication. This committee has been instructed to make a study of Huhard and his* former environments In Nelson county and report to the court, if possible, during the regular term, which will begin on November 27. It Ik not known when the alienists will come here to begin their invest tlgatton, but it Is thought this will hu In a short time. When they are ready with their re? port this will be brought to tho atten? tion of the court at Lovlngston, and If It 'be In accord with tho opinions of bra, Drewry. DeJarnettc and Prlddy, then llubard will he taken to Marion, where he will be confined. Acquitted of Murder. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.\ Roanoke. Va., November 15.?la me a Oeorglou, the Greek, who killed his; partner In their restaurant here in Au? gust, was acquitted here this afternoon by the jury. Oeorglou was tried at the October term of court, anil th* Jury failed to agree. The defense In th?t former trial, as well as the ono whlcn terminated to-day, made our n ease of5 self-defense. Antohiotl, who was killed, was stabbed with a Ions carving knife. The quarrel leading up to the killing; was brought about by a dispute over i? small amount of money. Health and Beauty Helps By MRS. MAE MARTYN A. A.: I know just how you fcol. but unless you discard powder and use a ! plain spurmax lotion, you cannot ex : pect to overcome the oily, ??muddy'1 condition of the skin. Rei four ounces ! spurmax and dissolve in one-half pint I hot water, then add two teaspoonfuls glycerine. This makes an Ideal lotion 'and will clear the skin of pimples, blackheads and other impurities. The spurmax lotion is Invisible when on and does not rub or blow off. Using it gives the complexion a velvety smoothness and exquisite tint. Nellie: You can avoid the pain and expense attending tho use of the elec? tric needle If you get an original ounce-package oi delatone, and with a little of the powder mix enough water to form a paste. Apply to hairy sur? face, and in two or three minutes scrape off, ami the hairs come with It. Then wash the skin, and you will lind it sniOOttl and white. You will have to pay a dollar an ounce for delatine, but mis Is trilling, as it never fails. A. B.: The shampoo you mention contains "free" alkali, and it Is this no doubt thai causes your hair to grow coarse and brittle and fall out. A cleansing and very beneficial shampoo can be made by dissolving a teaspoon ful of canthrox In .1 cup of hot water. This lathers freely and loosens every particle of dust and dandruff. Rinsing leaves the scalp immaculately clean, and the hair dries quickly and evenly, while It takes on a lustre and softness truly charming. Pr?da: Prom what you say, your condition ia serious, and I would sug? gest taking a blood-cleanser. You will llnd that plain kardene, found in any drug store, is splendid for ridding the system of impurities and rebuilding waste tissue. This acts gently and greatly stimulates every organ !n tho body. You can make your own tonlfl by dissolving one-half cupful sugar in a half-pint alcohol, then adding oho ounce kardene and hot water to make ,i quart Take a tablcspoonful three times a day. and you will soon be well and strong and be able to enjoy ., good night's rest. ?fessle: I cannot recommend an eye salve, because this does not reach the seat of trouble. What yovt require for nore eyes and granulated lids is an eye-tonic, and at little coat you can prepare your own. Get from tiie drug. ifl>t one ounce crystos and dissolve in a pint cold water; then put two or three drops In the oye* every day. This tohlo is very strengthening to weak, tired muscles, and its continued us? overcomes burning and Itching and glvoa to dull, expressionless eyes a re" markablo sparkle and brilliancy. Clara: You certainly have cause til worry aho.it your hair, and unless thit brittleness is ovurcomo and the dan? druff removed from the scalp, you will have very little hair In.a sues'I whilcv.' 1 am sure you will obtain excellent re? sults front qulnzoln hair-tonic, the for inula of which is here given: Mix to? gether one-half pint each of alcohol and water and into this pour one ounce qulnzoln. Use frequently and massage well Into the s.-.dp. Do this for a time, and you will n.u be bothered with an unhealthy scalp or dull, lifeless hair. The persistent use of this qulnzoln halr-touic wijl give you a magnificent l head of glossy hair. Mrs. G, M.: It Is an easy matter ti\ reduce your weight to where you want It nhd regain :. our former figure, Ifc you will use this simple treatment: Into a pint-und-a-half hot water dis? solve four ounces parnotls, and when M cools take one tablespoonful beton; each meal This gradually takes off weight without Injury or inoonvenl ence, and does not leave the skin wrinkled or flabby. Mrs. B.: The cold winds are very trying on any complexion. However, If you make up and use this greaselesg . ream jelly your skin will soon become v,,!t. clear and velvety and wrlnklosj and other complexion troubles will ba a thins of the past: Into a half-pint cold water stir two teaspoonfuls gly cerlne and one ounce almozotn.' Let re? main several hours before using. Ap? ply freely aftar clonnslng and drying the skin, massaging gently until it dis? appears. A tow such treatments will banish pimples, blackheads and other impurities, and give 0 pink and white embellishment to an old or faded com? plexton. 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