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Breasted Coat Sweaters, pearl buttons, fancy weave; special. Social and Personal MIEH ELIZABETH L I. M M O N. daughter of -Mr. und Mrs. J. Southgdto Uommon, of Balti? more, win arrive in Richmond Friday to bo the Klient of Miss Camilla Scott Wollford at her home on Cathedral Place, Miss l.emmbn Is one of the season's debutantes In Bti!Minore, and Invitation- lui several affairs In her honor have already been Issued, 'fho J.crumoiis hj.'? mi part of every summer at their lovely old country place in Loudoun county and Miss Leriimoh ha* ? great many relative,- In lllchmond. Several functions will I?) given foi Miss WeV?ford's guest during her stay in Richmond. Invitations out. invitations have been received lu Richmond for the marriage of Miss Ethel Marlon Wlrgmon. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McCrca Wlrg man, and Charles Plckctt .stokes, for merly of Richmond, now of Phlladol fft ???? the ceremony to take place on Thursday, December T. at high noon, in St. Janiey Church, Twenty-second and Walnut Streets. Philadelphia. A wedding brta.kfa.ut will follow the ceremony a' the church in the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. C. P. Stokes and her daughter, Miss Aleno Stokes, returned to Rich? mond Sunday after a five months' ub senre abroad Mr. Stokci Is at present in England, but Is expected to arr!-. e in this country the latter part of- the week. The wedding Is of much im tortaneo ln Richmond society, and will be a fashionable ??burrh t-ffalr. A num? ber of Richmond people will go to Philadelphia for tho ceremony, the Woman's Club. Miss Julia Pauline Leavens, presi? dent of the Now York Browning So f lety, who lectured at the V.'oft.t.!. s ? lub yesterday afternoon. Is an ex? tremely Intellectual woman, besides a bof-t of other attractions that won her sud'ence for her at once. She talked about things that she knew and loved with the ra*y familiarity of one pass $1.98 Pure Silk Silk Lisle Lisle 50c, $1 pt. 50c pi. 25c, 35l pr. WE SELL HOSIERY GUARANTEED. HOFHEIMER'S, N. W. Corner Third and Broad Sts. JfrTSKaHSaSHB MILLER'S Beauty Cream A REAL S KIN FOOD. Perfectly harmless. Will not rancid Highly endorsed by medi? cal profession. A dainty prepara? tion for dainty people. T. A. MILLER CO., Dru&glata, 519 E. Broad. Mod. 3199. Hotrdv Deliveries DEMAND D'uiilop flour. The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. WOMENS OUTER GARMENTS fl EE 31? EAST BROAD STREET Si>oOnl Off a m r/> ^zgS&&ji^~ <7?c/a} Caxf, _ at I RYAN SMITHS ? BI Or STORE, : See Our Great New Store and New Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace . SAME QUALITY |ggL^ EVERY DAY llonrtir UKI, "EXCELSIOR" GAS RANGES are sold only by Rothert & Co., TfM AMERICAN ANn?F.!.HOPBA.V AVfXBDS afSK T?N AMERICAN ?ND i TMK BEST %5FFjn?\9rU JW EVERY TKTNIiiMi^imflKr?? ; lug her hand nrroas the faces of' ?lrarly loved children, long known und i with whom she has an understanding Intimacy not often permitted. Mlns LeaVens's subject wa? "Art of, the Renaissance," and very charmingly Indeed >ild she unfold her little tales and Intimate utorios concerning the great period like which there has beet) nothing since until the present day. .She cutd she la oiu of those who Oc llovu thut the world Is growing better, and that this time und this day Is far, wuy ahead of the age of the Renais? sance In Its attitude toward life, which after all Is the beginning of attain? ment, lu beginning, Miss Leavens stat? ed that we must tlrst lake into con? sideration the great big debt of grail tude that tho world owes to the Catho? lic Church tor Its preset vution In Its monasteries and churches of the great? est treasures In the world. "We arej the sum total of the post," she quoted from Carlyle, und good has survlveo: and evil died as la tho course of all natural events. It was this ItrSt r< RgloUB Inftuchcc that made art possible ' and to thoroughly understand It one must have a complete understanding I of the Interweaving of history and eua- j torn and legend and story that all went Into tin. picture. And ..tupping to j wonder why the wonderful aid paint? ings and htutuary are found in most of, the catbodrals and churencs, the Speak? er ..iml that the great mass of the peo? ple could not read, indeed scarce!} might u royal monarch read his own psubn book, there were no books; all] Hie learning Was tu the church und j most of the few precious manuscripts were kept In monasteries. Now the priests wish to teach the people the! stories of the Bible, ami thus the pb -, tures were put on tho walls of the chapels and great cathedrals. So that all might see. Miss Leavens said that she took as her ; txt, so to sveak. when lulklng on one of her pot subjects, a thought from u;'.? of tier pet authors, John Ruskln, the g.'Oat high priest ol art, "Art helps us to see. hundreds can I talk for cut- who can think thousands' can think for one who can s< o." Shu said that so many of us go about with unseeing eyes and unbearlng ears for [the beauties around us with then "Lead Sea fruit" clutched tight In their arms. Miss leavens headed her list of the greatest artists of the Renaissance with the name, of Michael Angclo, be-' eaus.e she thought that, he had left so tnueh for us and was great) In so many different ways, and his great master? piece, the dome of the Blstlne Chapel,] Leonardo du VI bei. a very great ilg ure at that time, she said suggested a great many more to us and ga\e us 1,1s greatest work. 'The Last Supper," concluding her subject with a short reference ju the. work of Raphael, per? haps most beloved of this group, most famous and loved ror his M-jdonnu.-. ! In closing she paid a. very pleasing tribute to .Sir Moses Lzekiil, with lam j thought concerning this wonderful tvave of art that served lo enrich the museums of Europe. It was a wonderful ' lecture. One of the most Interesting that has been heard at the Woman e Club for some time past, and the audi? ence was most enthusiastic in its ro i ceptlon of the speaker. A V*. ashlngtoa Debutante, Miss Anne Seymour Jor.ej, daughter [ Of Representative:! William A. Jones, | of Virginia, and Mrs. Jones, will be among the debutantes from the con? gressional circle In Washington this j season. Representative and Mr?. .Lines j have opened then Washington real ' denee, 1708 Lf Street, for the winter, at which place Miss Jones will have nor COmlng-OUt party about the middle of January. I.qa|[?l,odse>. Ihvttiitlonii have been lesued for the I marriage of Miss Llnnel Hugh Godsey, daughter of Janice Godsey, to Edward Woodtord Long, of Washington. The ? oromony will take place on Wednes? day evening. November at Pine Street Rapnst Church in this city. Aerie* ot Card Parties, The tirst card party of a scries to be given during the winter season by \ the women of the Reih Aliabah Auxil I iu_ry will be given on Thursday after I noon of this week at J:3o o'clock, in tho Jefferson Club. These card parties are ulways very handsome affairs m docd and the given at Intervals during the social season in ftictatuoad Attractive t ?rd Party The atissee Slater entertained at, Sou Friday evening at their home, in Newport New? The lOWei lloor was decorated with potted plants, autumn leaves und chrysanthemums. Those , present w ere Misses Adeline and Irene Meullor. Anna Rumsoy, Ada Arllnger Florence Mogcr, Of llampton. Lli^a I both VVcytnouih, Cecelia King, Bessie Slater, Loulte Garrow, Fruiikie, Florle isnd Mabollc Slater; William Kesten, Eager Wood, ?ieorg. Moget. Ceolge Shackclford, Crlss Carr, ot Hahipton; I JUinOS Garrow, Frank Shuuhotzcr. Lee I Quknsenberry, Walter Harvey, of Rleh |niond, Karl Shock ley; C. Shockley, i Fenn Williams, George Null. Lyn wood Slater. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Holland and . Mr, and Mrs. lt. H. Slater. ' Entertained in >\ nshington. Says a recent Washington exchange; "Lee Kent, of Virginia, entertained u number of bis friends at supper at tho New Lbbltt Saturday evening. Among those piesent were S?sses Mar jorie II. Voung, Bllxabeth U. Turner. DOrothy UOdgkius, Francis ij. Turner, William G. Hyatt, .1, O Hodgkin und A. F, Hobgood, of Richmond J. <j. Hodgkin und A 1". Hobgood are of the University College of Medicine, Rich I mom!. 1. Lee Kent, also of Virginia, j who attended the Georgetown-Virginia I game, was the house guest of Miss : Frances (j. Turner, of Gariltld Street." Meetings To-l?aj. Mrs. William A. Crenshaw wisher, the luncheon committee foi the Voung Women's Christian Association cam? paign to be at the old V. M. C. A. building, at Sixth and Main S reete, by 6 o'clock this evening for the open? ing banquet The Did Dominion Chapter. Laugh? ters of tho American Revolution, will meet this morning at noon at the resi? lience of Mrs. H. A. Atkinson, Sil Last Grace Street. All members of the or? ganization are urged to be present, engagement A nuotiuced. 'ihr engagement has been announc? ed recently of Miss Una S. Galloway, of Washington, and E. Lesllo Carleton, of Virginia, the marriage to bo cele? brated some time in tho spring. Mr. 'jib ton is a son of Mrs. J. Lyie, of Virginia. lu and Out of Town. Miss Cotton and Miss Peabody, who have been guests of Miss leabollo Carter and Miss Ball? Willard here, left Saturday for their homos in Bos i ton. j "Mr*. J. P. 'Neff, ot Staunton, is i bpendlng this week at the Jefferson I Hotel In iltchmond. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunt, who wore In Richmond for several days last wick, have returned to Cincinnati. Miss Lava lotto Bowman, of Fred erie.kshurg. la a guest of Misn Laura Armltage here for several wooks. Mrs George Uow?, of Newport f \ ANCHOR BRAND SHIRTS. Cut full, made well, fast colors, coat stylo or oliJ style; best value over offend for 50c. Fifty new styles to select from. i J ---:-" News, is upending some time hero vis? iting relatives. Mrs. Thomas It. Clondlncn and her mother, Mrs. Chambers, sister of tho late Colonel \V, K. Cutshaw, of this elty, are guests <it the Rev, ii. lt. OS good at Brook Hill. Mrs tieorge IV. Nelms hns returned to Nowport News after visiting friend* and relatives in I'etorsburg and Itich mond. i>t. i ii H. fining. United States Army, )(, visiting hi* mint. Mrs. R. U. Challin, at River View for a few days. Mrs. Culllhswortli and the Misses Cullitisworlh are spending somti time ill N.W Verk. Mrs. .1. liauklns HobBOU, Ot I'owha- ' ton county, Is visiting relatives In , Richmond for this week. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles A. McUulrc aro registered at the Hotel Aator, Now Vork. for the horse ?how-, and tho Opening of the opera season. ItBTt'HXH PROM ?BW lOIUi. j ?'resident of Waahlnarlon and l.ee. lio tcrtalned nt lliin<|uet. [Sj.eriai to The Tim-a-Dispatch] J DbXington, Vn., November 'JO.?Prcsi d? nt <J. H. Denny, Of Washington and Lei returned to-day from an extended trip North He uas accompanied by -? retary John I? Campbell. On No Vember I :i they wi-re fiuests of hotior lit an elegant bunituct given by the alumni of New York City. The ban ?juet In Itself was a very handsome af? fair, and was attended by many dis? tinguished sons of Washington and Leo. On No, ember 15 there was a meet Ing of the Carnegie Foundation foi ii-. Advancement ot Teaching. Dr. Denny Is e>no of the few Southern college men on the board, lie attended the meeting of this boar<) and left N.-w York for 111 rtn ing ham. Here he consulted the- officials of the University of Alabama In regard to his new re? sponsibilities In that held. THREE FIXED F??R CREATING DISTURBANCE IN THEATRE gp, rial The Ttnies-|i;-r>ateh.) Tnsewell, Va., November ce.?Oeorge Keeze. John Ilo'wory and Ralctf-h Yost, well known white men of the COUnt>*i were flnc-d by Mayor T. C Bowril 110 and costs to-day for cre? ating :< disturbance at the theatre her-- Saturday nicht. Keeic and How cry spent Saturday night and Sun dav In lull Sergeant Thompson had om< difficult--- In arresting the men, and had to draw nls revolver to pro tecl himself from the trio, who threat? ened personal violence and Injury. THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS SPENT For Different Medicines, But With? out Results. Tulsa Lady De? scribes Her Case and Treatment. riilsa, Okla. ?"I spent about three hundred dollars on account of womanly troubles," says Mrs. Charlie Henderson, uf this place, "and had decided to stand an operation. I -aas thin and poor and had no atrenr-tli at all. I liad continued dizty headaches for weeks at a time. , At I wa^ rcad> to go to the hospital I ?aw an advertisement of Cardui, the wo? man's tonic, and i l>otiplii a liottlc- 6j Cardui. I have- taken one bottle, and I now I frei like a now woman. 1 am getting along fine, and F am so thankful f'>r the good medicine that helped me te> gel well. i I haw lo:? <>f friends thai liavc started : to take ("ardtii oh my recommendation. 1 will never lor^ct Cardui. ll did me more good than all I he doctors." A3 a rtaily means uf relief from the I distressing symptoms of womanly ail mcnts and diseases, nothing has been found during the past lifty years lliat would take tile place of Cardlli. Made from purely vegetable ingredi i ent-, Cardui acts gently l?it surely on the delicate womanly constitution, improves i the appetite, ftrengthen? the nerves and I helps to lirinp back health and enrrgv. Try' it N. B.?Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanoopa, Tcnn., for Special Instructions and 6-i-pap<* lutok. "liotne Treatment for Women," .->ent in plain wrapper on request. Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers for POMPEIAN LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful nfammonch _ioo r.xiv hrom> vi Get Everything Needed for Comfortable Traveling at ROUNTREE'S :?3 E. BROAD ST TREE Ail Institutions Represented, and Contests for Prizes Are Close. ISpectal to Tue Times-Die patch. J Amelia, Va., Nuvcmbcr ?v.? No cvem lu the history of this place has urous Cd a more Widespread interest, unrt afforded more genuine pleasure than the County Corn and School Fair held here Saturday on tho grounds of the AuielU High School Nearly all the county schools participated, and not? withstanding the downpour of ruin on] Friday night and curly Sulurduy morn? ing, the interest was unabated and er-.wda poured lu troui all points In. the county, coming lor more than I twenty miles. Tue crowd was one oi ] the largest that has assembled here, and the exercises begun with tho ex- ' aminutton of the exhibits. The mugis-' lerlal districts of tue county each liati ? a room assigned lor Its exhibits, which . consisted ot the handiwork of its! schools, in domestic science ami art' and needlework, mechanical design and construction and drawing, decora-: Hons, essays, etc. j The vurtety und excellence of the] work kept the rooms crowded the un Llroday, und ?II the schools won prltes,I Which were pretty evenly divided. In tiie morning exercises were UcPS in the auditorium. The declamations] were good, Mias liesslo White, of the. Amelia High School, winning flrsl prise In the high school contest, and itogor Moan, of Amelia High School/ , ilrst in tho graded contes-- Then camel a spelling contest, eonductcu by Pro- ' feesor T. S. Settle. Freeman Hardy, oil tin Washington Academy High School,! won tlrst, and Kan rue Scott, of ths' Amelia lilgn School, second prizes Af-| this eamu the parade, in which every, school, djvid'. d into companies, cachl under the direction of its teacher, took , part, flying banners. The procession i 1 covered two blocks. Arter the parudc the atblotlaj contests were held. In the races there! were two classes? those under sixteen years ot uge, and those sixteen years; and over. In the under sixteen class, 109-yard dash, Curtis Fulmorc, of Arne? IIa High School, and Lloyd Craddock.1 of Washington Academy, were the' contestants. I'almorc won the race, j In the other contest. Hoy Wilson, o!j Washington Academy, won tlrst; Ira I Palmore, of Amelia High School, sec-; ond. In the shot put contest, that of throwing a twenty-pound Iron ball, Lee ROWlOtt. of Washington Academy, won tlrst, and Blair Weyant, second. | In the broad jump contest, Curtis Palmore won tlrst In the under sixteen class, and Hoy Wilson, won tlrst in; the over sixteen class. In the standing high jump. Curttss] Palmore waji first In under sixteen I ' lass, und in the over sixtoen class Ira Palmore, of Amelia High School, was first. In the running high Jump, under six? teen, Curtis Palmore, first; over six? teen clast. Hoy Wilson, ?rst. For the heat picture frame?First,' Bert Stucy. and second. Barton Smith. 1 both of Amelia High School. , For the best essay on "How to Con? struct a Good Hoad 1'. Wlngo, of Mor ven School, best essay on 'How to Make Home Attractive," Miss Alma Burke, of Namozenc School; best map of Amelia, Miss Annie Mahan. Farley School; best free hand drawing. Henry Boynton, Amelia High School, second.1 Emma Allen, Ammon School; best rah-1 bit trap. John Marshall, Amelia School; , best amateur photography, Walton Harnes. Amelia High School, best doll ho'j-e. primary department. Amelia High School best hand rake, Lester Hindle. Amelia High School, seconJ,] i Willie White, Jetersville School, best home made broom. Lloyd Weyant,; Amelia, second, Blair Wewant, Amelia,: ' best shuekmut, Linwood Farley, Mam- i ooro School; best bookrack, John Hin-! die, Amelia High School; bccond best: bookrack, ivi"-rt Featheraton, of Mam-1 lioro .School; best preserves, lirbt, Sarah Clark. Jetersville School; second. Bes-; Isle Hogers, Washington Academy; best' cucumber pickle. Miss Cbumney, Mam j boro School: best loaf bread. Fannie, Allen. Amelia High School; second best. Bosslo Rogers. Washington Academy; best home mud,, candy. Gcrvas South all, Amelia High School. Qrst prize, centrepiece, Mabel Barnes, first prize, doll Etta Barnes. Hon. Robert Turnbull, of Brunswick, spoke briefly on tho advantages of this ; section, and the excellence of the schools and their greut Improvement. (SO TO SKW ORLEANS, Mr, mid Mrs. Hooeoek. Will Attend Meeting of American Hankers. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.J Keswlck. Va., November 20.?Mr. and ; Mrs. Murray Boocock left on Frida) I night for New York where they jolne.j the American Banking Association which went In three solid trains ol Pullman sleepers to New Orleans. They I will there take ship for Panama. where the American Hankers' Conven? tion will be held this year. They will I be absent nhout three weeks, but will I .loin the Keswlck Colony again before j the holldajs. j Mr. and Mrs. Edward II. Fellows, j went last week to Raleigh. N. C. where j they attended the wedding of Miss Margaret Boylan, Mrs. Followes'a niece, to Calhorn? Carr. son of Gen- I oral Julian Carr. of North Carolina. Mrs Frunces Lee Thurraan, wife of Dr. Thurman, who has been on an ex? tended trip to California and Memphis, Tcnn., the latter placo her native city, is expected to return to Keswick on Wednesday next. The Keswlck hounds bad n splendid run on Saturday, and wound up at th?< Clsmonl Schoolhouse, where there was a bazaar for the. boncflt of the Grace Church rectory. The pack was mas terod by Dr. Francis Leo Thurman in the absence of the regular piaster, Julian Morris. TAX ON WfllSKBY EATING. Revenue Chief Shudders to Think of Effect of Tablets o^k Consumer. Washington. November 20.--Commis sloner of Internal Revenue Cabell has put a crimp In the aspirations of the geuhiR who wants to hnvo his inven tlon of solidified whiskeys, beers and wineo exempted from the customary internal revenue tax. Mr. Cabell, after c.ir=f'.:!!y tep.t:r.g:? laboratorlally and chemically only, ho explained?the tabloid product of the young Westerner, ruled that It must carry a tax. "It 1h Impossible to perfect a reAllyl solidified fo-m of Alcohol," ho added. "The Westerner's tabloid form of whis? key was nothing more than a quantity of alcohol mixed with glycerine. "I auppoRo that If ;i person consum? ed a large nufnbcr of the 'whiskey' tablets' he could become intoxicated, I but I shudder to think of the ?ffa?L" Health and Strength GO HAND IN" HAND WITH Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey A pure distillation of malted grain?a safe tonic?an aid to digestion- endorsed b> 50 years' popularity. It Is a wonderful remedy In the prevention and eure of all Ihroat. lung and stomach trou-= hies. It makes the old feel younii antl the }oung strong. Sold l>v drut'i'i-t-. grocers and I dealer! in sealed bottles, pri< e SI .00. I f '? : n't pn ire il lei us know antl wc will tell ? <.-,i how :?? obtain it. Wrile for lue doctor - advice 1"i 'if ri i i;-' - table ant! -.ii k i oom. The Duff} Malt Whiskcj Co.. Kochester, N. V. ALIENISTS VISIT j HU8ARD IN JAIL1 - , [.Special to This Tlmet-Dispatch. \ j Dynahburg, Va., Novontber so.?Dra. i Trice, of Charlottesvllle- Tuckt-r. ?f; Richmond, and K Iii?, of Marion. the. alienists named i-j the Nelson Circvilt| Court to Btudv Ben liuhard. tho tnur- 1 deror of Dr. E'ettlt, hehl two confer- | enees with Hubard at the city lall here j to-day, and were In consultation sev? eral hours afterwards In the otllca , of Ocorse I* Caskle, of counsel for the ! prosecution. I H. I-L Whltebead, the Nelson Com - j rnonwealth's Attorney, was with th<" alienists during their first ce-nfarctice. Hubard'.- counsel was not present. The commission will go to L,ovlng ston to-ti>orrow morning. . ! PILGRIM TRADITIONS ARE RUDELY JARRED riymoTitb I'nraon Sayn Jobn t Ideo Courted rrlxellla for Himself. Plymouth, MaaH., November ? 20.? Several long-cherished tradition! among descendants of the pilgrim* have received hody blows from th* Hev. \V. W. Dornan, pastor of th? Church of the Pilgrimage. Aecordlnn to Mr. Dornan. the naive query by Prlscllla, "Why don't you rpeak for yourself, John'" Is merely poetic fan? tasy. Alde-n nov.r came to Prlscllla Mulllns as spokesman for Miles Stand dish, but courted Prlscllla for himsell alone, says the pastor, lie also aftlrmu that Captain .Stundtah didn't want Prls? cllla, anyhow. Vastor Dorna:-, assollsthe story about the crack In Plymouth Rock. He says we have the wrong date for the land? ing of the Pilgrim?, and intimates that tin I'llgrlm fathers and mothers, too. hardly let their husbands and wives get rold In the ground ere they mar? ried again. This overturning of Pilgrim tradi? tions came In the course of an Illus? trated lecture on "Plymouth and the Pilgrims." Mr. [Ionian's audience went front one surprise to another. Speak? ing Of his lecture. Pastor Dornan said: "Klr?t. 1 would say that the Pilgrims I and od here on December 21. 1620. and not December 22, as most people bo licvc. When the hlstorlar.p. Ilgured out the dates after the changing from the Gregorian tot he Caesarian calendar, they forgot when they sugtrnctcd tho necessary ten days that ull these events took place more than a, century 1-ack. and I find that December 21 wns the real date." He denounced tho?e who allowed the figures of 1620 to be Inscribed on Ply? mouth Rock. It Is a sacrilege, he saH. Ilarnii Destroyed by Fire. [Special to The Ttmes-Disputch.1 Goldsboro. N. C. November 20.? This afternoon tire destroyed the barns and sta I if Ma* Cohn, chief of tho local PIre Department, and fo; awhile threatened the entire Mock, the :tir roundlng building! being saved by ex? cellent work. The- loss Is consider? able, but lu partially covered by In? surance. \t Fountains & Else when Ask for "n or notes' The Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. At restaurants, hotels, and fountains. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at home. Don't travel without h. A. quick lunch prepared id a minute. Take no imitation. Just say "HORLICK'S." Not in Anry Miik Trust Hopkins FurnitureCo., 7 and 9 West Broad St. Jones Bros. & Co., Inc., 1418-1420 East Main Street. HOME OF Seller's Kitchen Cabinets Go to Chasie Trafieri lor pure imported Olive Oil. Mad. 4J0i. j 900 W Mi!a SC In Meantime Defense Will Ask for Bill o: Par? ticulars. CUTTING AFFRAY AT WAVERLY School i-'air Will Be Held at Disputatlta?Other f'etcr burg News. i'lmea-Dlspatch Bureau. L09 North Sycamore Street. Petersburg, Va., November 20. It. the Hustings Court this morning, on motion of counsel for tho defend? ant, tho cuse of Charles Mali Davis, former president of the Appomatlox Trust Company, held under Indictment alleging misuse of funds of tho om puny, was continued until the Docoin- ' tier term ot in,, court, and the trial dclUlltoly fixed ror tho btU of January. 1 Counsel gave notlco of their Intention I In the meantime to ill* a petition to require the Commonwealth's attorney ' to furnish it bill of particulars as lo the items contained in the pending In dli ttnent on which prosecution is to i be made. While the big Indictment h t.f-en eliminated of many charges and counts, having boon nolle pressed by the Commonwealths attoruey, It has ITU counts, covering thirty-four sep? arate Items, and It Is on these that Ui< defense is demanding particulars, >ic? budlst Sunday Schools, The uionlaly meeting of the Meth? odist Sunday School Association ol Ulis city and vicinity w-ae I10L4 yester? day afternoon. Biundtord Scnool was not represented, but tho reports from the other seven schools of the asso? ciation showed an aggregate register of 1,929, with an average attendance of 1,477, or 7" per cent. The Sunday school collections were reported a: tluo. Klaahljiy Affray at V'averl}. During a quarrel Bundaj morning at Waverly between two negroes. Wil? liam Powell and Charles llender, about a woman. Powell was thrice slashed with a razor by Bender, who made, his escape. It Is said that forty-live 'stitches were required to unite Powell's wounds. Sentenced 011 Two Chai'uea. Sylvester elusion, the Columbus, O., nogro, who several months ago com? muted several larconcles in this city . and skipped, returning on Saturday, \ was ihls morning given eight mouths I In jail on two 01 the charges and '.111 ; bo permitted to render the city some service on tiio chain gang. Prince Ueorse School Fair. The school authorities of Pn-.-.c? George aro busy arranging for tho county school fair to be hold next Sat? urday at Dlsputauta. It is Intended lo make the fair a big success. There will bo a great many exhibits, and many prizes are to bo awarded. Trial for Murder. The trial of Isaac Cooper. negro, charged with tho murder of Iiis wifo. Katie Cooper, on tho night of August 16 last, hus occupied the attention of tho Hustings Court all day. Tho ac? cused Is defended by Robert eJtlllam. Jr.. and Herbert Gilliam. The woman's body was found in sbafjow water In tho river on the morning following 1 the alleged murder, and her husband, ] according to the tes?mony, was the lust one seen with her, late In the night. There were wounds on the body that Indicated that t>he had been violently dealt with, und a wound on the head that hud caused concussion. The coroner's Jury found that this wound bad caused death, and this verdict was Indorsed by the coroner. Dr. Leigh, after a_n autopsy had been performed. No water was found In the lungs or stomach. hTe efforts of the defense were to prove that death was euused by drowning, notwithstanding the absence of water from tho stomach and lungs, and ihut the womun bad received her Injuries by tall'ng In an attack of epilepsy or vertigo. Personal and General, The reports that the Rev. Father Thomn* J, O'Farrell, for twenty-six years the beloved pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, lu this city, may be chosen by the Pope as Bishop of the Dloccso of Richmond, to suc? ceed Bishop Van de Vyver, It highly pleading to his congregation and to his host of friends among all denomi? nations In the city. The diocesan con sultees have already selected ihre, names for recommendation to the I bishopric. and the bishops of the ' urchdiocese will meet with Cardinal Clbhons this week to give expression i to their cholco. MlUon Raskins, n white b?y, who I ran sway from his home in Richmond, is held by the police here to await his father. The body of William T. ICesterton, I of EH trick, aged twenty-five years. ' who died at Fort Russell. In Wyoming, j on Tuesday last, reached tho city yea : lerday, and the funeral will take pls.-.e j to-morrow al his former homo In Bt , trick. He Is survived by his mother. ! two sisters and a brother. No expla? nation Is given of the manner In which he was Injured. The three beautiful paintings. tilt gift of the congregation to the Rev. Father O'Farrell in commemoration of his twenty-fifth anniversary as pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, will bo unveiled on Sunduy, December 3, with appropriate exercises. PAWNED GIFT REVEALS ROBBERY 15 YEARS OLD Broker Urcognlara Name of Owner ? aside Wnlch <;lrl tinrr La vcr. Wllkesbarre. Pa., November 20.? James Franklin left this section for the West llfteen years ago. Before going he called on one of his girl friends. .Hid as ho wsj leaving she presented him with a gold watch and chain. Franklin remained in the Wost until a few days ago. He enme back In hard luck, and to keep trom starving de? cided to pawn his watch, when he received a ticket and tho money he handed over the timepiece. The broker saw the name of a well-known man on tho inside of tho case, and after he had hunted him up learned that the watch was stolen fifteen years a*o. Franklin was arrested, and he told his story, naming the girl. The owner of the watch thea remembered that this girl was In his employ when the theft occurred. Franklin was released, and it was decided not to arrest the girl. Negro Enters Store. I Special to The Times-Dispatch. I WlnSton-SalOm, N. C, November SO, -The store of W. t* Moser & Co.j near l.ewisviiie. this county, was entered and robber to-day by an unknown nearo. Thorn is no clue, to the. guilty party, who secured a sum of money | and a bank certificate for <300, A Diamond For Christmas No gift approache-s it in elegance antl beauty. Our price* are extremely reasonable. Schwarzschild Bros. Kichmond's Leading Jewelers, Second and Broad Sts. ??-?-?-'-?-. ?!=5> HERE, MILADY. YOU'LL FIND SPRING STYLES Manufacturer* Announce Four \rn Featmrea for Suite nnd Coata. Toledo, O., November 20.?Members of the National Cloak, 3ult and gKtri Manufacturers' Association closed tholt annual moetlng by adopting tt'O foU lowing styles In women's dress next f prlns: "There will be four new features in the spring modes In both suits andl separate coata tho sloping shoulder is a comlr.? style- Belted and collarlesa effects will be a second new departure. Rolling rovers, longer than those at present fashionable. Is u third item. Tho side buttoning and trimming ef? fect will become more pronounced as the Bprlng advances. "Suit Inckots will be cut on straight lines, slightly fitted; the predominat tTiK lengths will b-: twenty-six Inches and shorter, with a tendency toward the rounded front effects "Skirts will bo cut with few gores and on straight linos, with some panel and tunic effects. The slightly raised. Wal -line (with ins.de belting) wll^ continue In favor, und the one-sided effects will bo strongly featured. "Separate skirts will bo cut on the> lines of the suit skirts; tho trimmings will bo applied to ?ivo the appearance of more fulness ".-?parate eoatR will be full length and less tilted than heretofore, with a tendency toward enveloping effecttj. The wide revers will contlnuo good, oa tbeso coats." 201 E. Broad Special Sales Dresses Worth Up to $35 .75 15 Velvet and Corduroy Dresses .75 Suits for Large Women 12.50 to 35.00 Brilliant Showing of Tailored Suits 14.75, 19.75, 25.00, 29.75, 39.75 GYMNASIUM SHOES?All Siaes Northwest Corner Thlvd and Urond. J. B. Mosby & Co. Continuing our special sale of SUITS. OIL STOVES AND GAS HEAT? ERS?ALL PRICES J?RGENS, ADAMS AND BROAD STREETS Fall Openlnc. showing dainty, new, fashionable styles. I-'. W. DAD VIST .v GOMPAST, 1'blrd and Itrnad Streeta. SPECIAL SALE OF Blankets and Comforts Sutherland & Cherry, Inc. .UO East Broad Street. Shc-s TAN CALF LACE $3.50 and $4? ZEVMOURSYCLE cj itixammsf/mssmt BRACELETS. Solid gold. Elegant designs. A Hand Engraved Bracelet for JI0.00. Good assortment at various prices. Smith & Webster Jewelers. (.12 E. Main St. B, Samuel's STITCH DOWN'S ON* SALE AT ALBERT STEIN'S 5th and Broad HAVE TOTJ SKFIN TI1H New Method Gas Ranges j AT ? I Pettit & Co.'s?