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Social and
have Issued Invitations lor the
wedding reception of their
daughter. Louise Curnclt, and Dr, Wil?
liam Allan for Thursday evening, De?
cember 28, at half-utter U o'clock, at
their home, on Park Avenue, Only
the nearest relatives and most Intl
mot? friends of the bride and groom
win witness the ceremony, which will
Immediately precede the reception.
Dr. Allan was formerly ol Lexing?
ton, was for several years past has
made his home in Charlotte. N. CJ. Hu
Is a son of Mrs. l-.llsabeth Preston
Allan and the lute Colonel Wlll'ani
Uoiug Abroad.
William Jackson hit Richmond last
night for New York, from which city
he will sail shortly to spend two years
traveling In Hurope- Mr. Jackson will
bo In Egypt must of thlu winter, and
?111 Later visit relatives ill England.
AI the Womit?'* Club.
it was a prpfectiy wonderful affair
?the Wagner afternoon?at the Wo
man's Club yesterilay, und th< parlors
of ibu club were crowded with mem?
bers and their guests for the occasion
Rev. II: D- C. Macluclilan. D. D., who
Ask Your Doctor
A Strong Tonic - Without Alcohol
A Blood Purifier- Without Alcohol
A Great Alterative - Without Alcohol
A Family Medicine - Without Alcohol
Ask your doctor if a family
medicine, like Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla, is not vastly better without
me Flour That
iives Universal
Special Off?rU\g
Furs at a discount of 10 to 20
per rent._
201 E. Broad
Magnificent showlng3 of Pine Furs,
Coats, Suits and Hats.
Molinie IStll.
Go to Ghasie
Madison 4220
500 \V. Main
Northwest Corner Third and Tirond.
Handsome Furniture for Gifts
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.,
1418-1420 East Main Street.
Sample Sale, of Felt Slippers
N. W. Comer Third and Broad St
Dool Shoes and Stockings
f = \
Men's Fancy
?all pure silk, boxed in
pretty holly box; 50c
value, j
lectured on Ilm legende, ot tbc Wag?
nerian operas, is one of the must bnl-1
Hunt und gifted mem In tho pulpit
here, and has been beard many times'
at the elub. Mrs. Anne Atkinson Llur- !
miltler. t|ie musician ut the afternoon, 1
formerly llvud In \ irglnla, und has j
spent a goo.l many yours perfecting
her music abroad .Some time ago Mrs.
Buriiielster was iiuard in Richmond at
a brilliant concert, ana has but re?
cently returned to make her home in
tins city, ^he Interpreted the motives
of the operas and playeu some of the
Selections best known from each.
Or. Maolachlan related In a perfect?
ly charming manner the wonderful old
legends and their origin that Inspired
the imagination mid soul of tin; great
master of music. The stories are many
centuries old, and arc more or less
remillar, and It Is mainly these charm?
ing folk tales, hundreds ot years In
glowing, that compose the storl'JS of
the famous operas and weave their
shining thread through the completed
tapestry of thu whole. it mukeu u
very deep impression on one's Imagi?
nation, the wonderfully beautiful crea?
tion of the gi eat musician. Dr. Mi;
lachlau Is a most int?, la sting speaker,
and his story of the legends wus un
loldi ?! In a very plcuslng and delight?
ful manner.
Ans. Burtnolstcr is a musician of no
little nute, and her music yesterday
uftcrnoon left nothing to be desired.
'J he dllilculty of the program lay In
the Interpretations ol the music, and
therein lay Mrs. Burmelster's charm
and talent. Through it all might be
heard the tread of stately knights,
the trump of men In armor, the heart?
beats of women, whose souls were fire,
und above it the passion of struggle
mid stress of murin. Sorrow sobbed
In the melody, and great love sounded
Its notes In the song. It was a won-1
derful afteruooq.
Mrs. Chiles M. Fcrrell wns chairman
of the afternoon. Mrs. Moses D. H?ge
und Mis. W. A. Crenshdw were at the i
coffee table, and Mrs. Thomas Cury
Johnson and Mrs. A M. Cover poured
Intllntlous tint.
Mrs. A. J.ungbtan' Johnston has sent
? ?ut cards for a reception to be given
on Thursday evening, December 21,
from 9 to 11 o'clock, in honor of he;"
debutante daughter. Miss Lulle Green
how Johnston. The affair will bo
given in the Jefferson Hotel, and will
be a very brilliant society event.
Miss Mary Johnston will untertalu
at a teu from f> to 7 o'clock on the
afternoon of the same duy, also In
honor of Miss Lulle Johnston. Both
functions will be given ut the Jef?
Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Toropklns
will introduce their duughter, Miss
Mary Tompklns, at two receptions -to j
be given on the. nights of December 1U ;
and at the Tompklns home, lle'Euot
Franklin Street.
Another affair to be given In honor
of debutantes of the winter will be a
luncheon to be given by the Misses
Boykio to-morrow. The affair is in
compliment to Misses Elizabeth Rcnt
ley and Margorot Freeman.
Mrs. De Soto Fitzgcruld wJJl give a
bridge luncheon at the Country Clul
to-morrow In honor of her slster-ln
law, Mis* Janlc Fitzgerald, of New
York. Fifty guests will be enter?
In Neu York.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Luce, of Rich?
mond, r.ro In Now York for a short
visit, and are at the Hotel Astor. Mr,
and Mrs. Luce have been visiting Mrs.
Luce's aunt and uncle, Mr. ana Mrs.
Charles A. Breck, at their handsome
country home, Elmont, in Porchcster.
X. Y. Mrs. Luco is the granddaughter i
ot Edward 1J. Wesley, who at the time
of his death In 1900 was ninety-six t
years old. und the only surviving
member of the lncorporators of the
Now York Times. Miss Luce, u daugh- |
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luce, Is attending
the Rye (New Vork Hemlnay for young
ladles, and will return to her home
for the Christmas holidays.
Sllet?MoXelll. )
Mr. end Mrs. George McNeill have
sent out Invitutions ror the marriage
of their daughter, Kate Douglus, to
Captain Joseph Franklin Slier, United
States Army, medical corps, tho cere?
mony to tako place Thursday evening,
December ?S, nt lialf-afler fl o'clock.
In the. chapel at tho University of Vir?
ginia. The wedding will be a big
society event 'both in Virginia and 'n
army circles, and a number of guests
from a d'stanco Will come to Char
lottosvllle to attend the ceremony.
Visitors Entertained.
An exchange from Kinston, N. C,
contains the following of interest here:
"On Thursday afternoon from 11:30
to 5:3U Mrs. Robert Murray Bryant
entertained In honor of her gueats,
Mrs. Mary Louise Bryant, Miss An?
toinette Bryant and Miss Mary Bryant
Jackson, of Frunklin, at hor hand?
some home at the corner of Bright and
McLewean Streets. The decorations of
the home were palms nnd holly and
lighted candles. In the receiving line
were Mrs. Robert Murray Bryant, In
apricot satin draped In chiffon, with
renl lace; Mrs. Mary Louise Bryant, In
black salin; Miss Antoinette Rrynnt, In
pearl gray satin trimmed in duchess
lace, and Miss Mary Bryant Jackson, In
yellow iiiossaline, with crystal fringe
and Flemish luce. A profusion of
red carnations, asparagus ferns, holly
and mistletoe Hfforded the suggestion
of the festal Yulotide. Over 100 guests
were present."
pierce?I'm i-..
A very pretty wedding took place at
the homo of Dr. and Mrs. George Potts
on Wednesday morning at noon, when
their daughter, Leonora Elizabeth, be
camo tho bride of John Pierce, of Ar
vonia. Tho ceremony was porformcd
by Dr. Bryan, of Petersburg. The
bride entered with her maid of honor,
Miss Phoebe Potts, wiho woro a gown
of white point d'esprlt and carried
white chrysanthemums. Tho brides?
maids wore Misses Corlnnc Sa tinders,
of Richmond, in white net over pink
rnYissallne, and Miss Leslie Phillips, of
Morrlstown, in a, similar gown.of white
net over blue mesaallne. The groom
was attended by his brother, PJohard
Pierce, as best man, and the ushers
Included Herbert and Cralghtll Potts'
(brothers of the brldo. Miss Nelllo
Wolton. of this city, played the wed?
ding marohcH. Her gown was pink
silk poplin trimmed In crystal fringe.
The' bride worein traveling suit of
?luo broadcloth, with hat and gloves
.to match, fttiA carried a bowiuot 'jf'
Bride roses. Air. and Mrs. Plcrco loft
at onee for a wedding trip North,
liniiorlnat Meeting'
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Richmond Chapter, United Daughters
or the Confederacy, will ho held In Dec
Camp Hall to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock. Final report of convention
work, arrangements for tho annual
? Himer at the Soldiers' Home, and bthei
business of importance win be trans?
acted ft this meeting. All members
are asked to attend, and all visiting
1 ?auf;liters ar<> welcome.
I'reft;.limn?< rim*.
Tho marilago of Miss Isabel ECvatll
'.*ros? and Prank Pemberton Pretty
man was celebrated on the evening uf
November .'!< in Marion. S. C, Tho He-/.
It. K. Htackhouso performed tho eore
in and tint of Town,
Miss Ulla Buek has gone to New
1 orki ?r?ere she will spend several
days as the guest of friends.
Governor ami Mrs. William Hodges
Mahn will leave to-day for New York,
where tiny will attend the Mann
Agncw wedding.
Mr. .iiitl Mrs. Sam Klein, of Chicago,
are visiting their parents at .11 Bast
Grace Street.
Dr, and Mrs. Lee Wcadon. of Wcs;
Virginia; are guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Howie on West Grace Street.
Miss Gusslc Reinhardt, who has
been finite ill at her home, 12 hast
Grace Street, with typhoid fever, is
now slightly improved.
Miss Prances If. Smith, of Ablngdon,
is the guest of her sister, .Mrs R. II.
Noi merit.
InvltatioiiN iHHiird.
[Special to The Tithes-Dispatch.]
Prederlcksburg, Vo;, December 11.?
Cards are but for the marriage of Mlsi
Ruby Ray Kent, daughter of Mr. anc"
Mrs. W, S. Kent, of Spots'ylvarila coun?
ty, to Osa 131 ton Jones, of Clifioi
Forge, the ceremony to take place al
Shady dove Methodist Church, in
Spotsylvanlu county, Wednesday, De?
cember 20. at 2 O'clock I*. M.
.Mnrrled In WunlilnKtoii.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.1
Gordonsville, Va., Dncember II ?
.'?lis:' Lottie Virginia; second daughtei
of Ri P. Davenport, und \v. Wullac?
Thoinasson, both of this place, left
on the 3:30 train this morning foi
Washington, where they were Inter
united In morrliigo. They wore accom?
panied to Washington by Miss Pear!
Davenport, Mslcr of the bride, and E.
P.. Roberts. After spending a few
rtaj-.i in Washington and Baltimore
they will return the latter part ol
the' week to make their future homt
in Gordonsville.
Real Wrinkle Remover
A New Sensation
(Broadway Weekly.)
Those scowling lines between the eyes,
the crowsfect radiating from the eye
corners, tiic worry line.-, that mar tin:
forehead, the lines extending from the:
mouth corners, whether produced by
mirth or sorrow?all can be easily and
quickly dispersed, no matter how deep or
obstinate. Just stir an ounce of saxolite
in a half pint of witch hazel, bathe the
face in the solution?then look at your?
self in your mirror! You can't help ex?
claiming, "Will wonders never teasel"
Evidently this saxolite lotion has cre?
ated something of a sensation since the
formula became known in this country a
short while ago. Its effectiveness in re?
moving wrinkles and sagginess, together
with its simplicity of preparation, narm
Icssncss and iiiexpcnt-ivencss, form a long
sought combination. Almost any druggist
can supply saxolite in powdered form,
which dissolves instantly.
No. 4 Mouth Wash
Has No Equal.
Antiseptic. Purifies. Cleanses.
Makes gums hard and healthy. A
delightful mouth wash.
Druggists, 519 E. Broad.
Mad. 3199. Hourly Deliveries.
25 W. Broad St., Mad. 6081
Fresh From Our Green?
houses Every Day
are sold only by
Rottet & Co*,
Have you seen
the ?
at ~
Pettit & Co/s?
Sale oi Sterling Silver Deposit
For that individual of your acquaintance who has a fondness
for Sterling Silver Deposit Ware or unique giTs we offer a very
large variety, which will surely please her, at very much under
Cocktail Glasses, with beautiful design, of silver,
Sherbet Cups of glass, with Wall of Tfroy pattern
of silver.
Saucers to match Cups, 75c.
Water Glasses, with Wall of Troy pattern silver
around top, to match pitchers; special.
Whiskey Bottle of glass, with fine rims of sil?
ver .
Glasses to match, 89c.
Water and Claret Pitchers, with different de?
signs of silver, different sizes.
Cordial Set of Pitcher and half dozen Classes
and Tray, silver design.
Other Silver Deposit Ware Novelties in Perfume Bottles,
Sugar and Creamer and Claret Classes, and others, specially
Sterling Drop Earrings, many designs, with
? pearls and rhinestoncs, special.
Fancy Gold-Filled li.irrings, with long drops,
Pearl Knobs, with rhinestonc drops, on silver
for. ?30 C
The Mr??HKr.
Oil. Mr. Taft> we
hear thai you aro
ready to sit down
and write
Your message to
Congress, as nil
Presidents must
And we would say
we have upon our
minds at present
A lot Of things on which we'd like
some good advice from you.
The message Is supposed to tell how
this old nation should be run
And how the proletariat should man?
age their affairs.
There are some mooted problems we
would mention 'ereyou have begun
To write, end so we load on you the
burden of our caros.
Pray tell us In your message how
we're going to buy twelve tone of
And clotheG for wife and sevon kids,
pay for gas and rent.
And reach an Independence which
should be each thoughtful hus?
band's goal.
When meat and groceries each week
consume our last red cent.
How can wo start a bank account?
Where do some of us get a chance
To follow Rockefeller's path and
garner In the dough,
When wo have drawn our salary a
good long fortnight In advance?
That's ono thing, Mr. President,
that we would like to know.
How can we hook our wife's new
gown and not use language thut's
How can we cross the street and
keep our head
When to much automobile driving Is
unsafe, also Insane,
And we must choso to be quick or
be dead?
How can we all preserve our health
when some Insidious microbe
In everything we eat or even touch?
Can't you suggest some simple way in
which we may prolong our lives?
Wo trust that we're not asking you
too much.
These Munt Make Ananias .lealniiM.
"Why! how do you do? I was Just
thinking about you when the door
opened and In you walked."
"I wouldn't give the snap of my
linger to spend next summer In Switz?
erland. Right hero under my own vine
and flg tree is good enough for me."
"Drop In any time to pot luck. Wo
will always be perfectly delighted to
have you surprise us."
"I kin take a drink and quit and not
hanker after any more. That's the
kind of a drinker 1 am."
"Honest. George, if you tell me, I'll
never breathe it to a living soul."
"We have never had the slightest
misunderstanding during all our mar
lied life."
Medicine Hat.
It Is a small dot on the government
This town we speak of, you know It
It's gained a large portion of world?
wide renown
For being a rather cantankerous town.
And it has pulled down qulto a large
bunch ot fnme
By working an ungrateful sort of a(
There's no doubt about It when wo
tell you that
They make all the blizzards at Medi?
cine Hat.
They raise nothing else In that far
distant clime
But weather, and they're raising thnt
all of the time.
A blizzard that comes from that dis?
trict, by Jlng. .
Is no lnmltation, but is tho real thing.
Their bllswards have ull of the little
chills and the shakes.
And no ono can charge them with
sending out fakos.
Nobody e'er saw a blizzard fall flat
When it was sent out from old Modl
'clno Hat.
According to Uncle Ahncr.
Why not call It the weather bureau?
Tho bureau usually can't lyjll whether
it will or whether It won't*.
Judging from his trips, another
thing that Taft needs more than an
assistant president Is a trafllc man?
Hank Tumms bought an encyclope?
dia on'tho Installment plan sovontoen
years ago. and he llggor/s that ho has
got It paid for almost down to ANA
Wc have been aavlng vory pleasant
weather and' there hasn't boon it cloud'
[In'the sky since Almer Jones succeed
ed In stealing a stood silk umbrella
from a restaurant down to the city tho
other day. That's just '.he way some
fellow's liu'k run?.
Our Idea of nothing to wear is a
Christmas smoking jacket.
One thing I would like to know is
where the fellers who own automo?
biles get all of those old slouch hats
they wear. Also where all <>f those
stnle circus peanuts come from.
I never seo an elephant yet that
didn't look as thouch he needed his
suit pressed.
George Prinkup. of New Jersey, has
entered tho ministry. My. what n
bartender that mutt would have made.
It seems as though every feller thnt
can scrape up enough for a dress suit
nowadays thinks that he has got to
get married.
Mrs. Anse Judson dasscnt loave tho
garden hose out nights when Anse
comes home lato. Anse Is an alumnus
of the jag Institute.
T. Frothlngham Mutts, our college
graduate, has gone down to New
Haven to see his Alma Mater. Folks
here believe he will marry that gal
some time.
During these tLmes of great pros?
perity about the only people that kin
bank on making both ends meet arc
the contortionists in the circus.
Our Private Unabridged
Rye?A cerlal allied to wheat, also
to delirium tremens,
Sadiron?A melancholy mineral.
Saint?Elbert Hubbard.
Salmon?Stuff from which night?
mares are made.
Salon?Apartment for the reception
of company.
Saloon?The same with trimmings
and Interior decorations.
Salve?Ask any Congressman.
Sand?Something that a lot of stand?
patters at Washington haven't got.
Sardine?What a lady feels like tit
a bargain counter rush.
I .Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Ashland, Vs., December II.?Mr. and
Mrs. George Hall HutchlngS, of Rich?
mond, were ituost? on .Sut\lny of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Bridges.
Miss Carrie Terry has returned from
a visit to Hampton.
Miss Spain spent the wcek-^nd in
Mrs. W. H. Wright, of Doswell, was
tlx- guest of Mrs. Charles Bridges to?
Rev. D. D. Coleman, of Sjuth Rich
mond, was recently the ?uost of Mr.
and Mrs. O. F. Delarue.
Rodney Burton, of Baltimore, will
nrrlVfl Tuesday to spend som-j time
Witin Iii? father, Colonel Burton, at tho
Henry Clay Inn. ,
Mrs. I. X. Vang ban, who hn5 been
visiting relatives in Parmvllle, trill
return to her home here on Tuesday.
B. Morgan shepherd has returned
from a business I rip to Chicago.
?Little Miss Marshall Hunter, of Rich?
mond, is the guest of her grandmother,
Mrs. Charles Hunter.
Miss Stuart Blanton visited relatives
In Richmond this week.
Miss Xitn Blincoe, who has been the
guost of Miss Frances Diggs In Rich?
mond, hns returned home.
Th0 Voting Ladies' Literary Club he!;l
Its regular meeting on Thursday. The
program was particularly Intt resting.
The. following pai.crs wore read by
Mrs. Ivoy F. Lewis, on "Hans Sachf,"
Miss ICoiUierlne Kent, on "Borlln-Pots
dam," and Miss Frances Lancaster, bn
"Henry V. and Frederick II." The
discussion on current events was led
by Miss Caroline Midyetto.
Married In Xorth Cnroltnn.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.1
.Suffolk. Vs., December 11.?.1. W.
Moore, a Suffolk merchant, to-day re?
ceived word that his seventeen-year
old daughter, Gladys Geneva, was mar?
ried at F.IIzabcth City, N. (?., to Prank
T. Pope, whose father Is W. R. Pope.
Mr. and Mrs. Pope will live in Hamp?
How to Always Have
Soft, Lustrous Hair
" If every woman but knew, how easy
it is to have a wealth of soft, silken hair?
all her own?there would be no further
use for switches," says Mrs. Man Mnrtyn,
writing in the Sacramento Post. "It is
only a matter of right shampooing," she
continues, "wheih means avoiding head
w.ishes of a harmful nature.
"With ordinary canthrox one can en?
joy the delights of a cleansing, soothing
and very beneficial shampoo. Just dis?
solve a tcaspoonful in a cup of hot water
and your shampoo is ready, This rubbed
on the head loosens all dirt and dandruff,
energizes the tissues and follicles and
promotes a healthy condition of the scalp.
After rinsing the hair dries quickly, evenly
and takes on a charming softness and
lustre that adds greatly to womanly
L beauty."
Presiding Eldcr Refers Resigna?
tion of Rev. W. H. H. Joyce
to Dr. Denny.
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatoh.J
Roanokc. Va.. December 11.?Tho
Rev. W. H. H. Joyce did not occupy
his pulpit at Trinity ?I. B. Church.
South, yesterday, th,_. services In tho
morning being conducted by tho Rev.
Mr. Brown, pastor of tile Salem M. B.
Church; South, and In tho ovonlng by
tho Row Mr. Martin, pastor of the
West End M. 13. Church. South. It la
learned thai Mr. Joycc has tendered
ids resignation to tho prqsldinK elder,
the Rev. W, E. Woolfo, and mat Mr.
Woolfo in turn has decidod to refer
tho mailer to Bishop Collins Denny.
Tho presiding eldor spent four days
hero last week investigating. Mem?
bers of tho b.iard of stewards of Trin- !
Ity were consulted, and Mr. Joyce's
resignation is the outcome. It Is said
to be likely that Bishop Denny will
order an Investigation. Tho Rev. Mr.
Joyco Is ono of the beet known minis- !
ters In the Baltimore Conference of
she Southern Methodist Church. He |
lias served as pastor at Salem, Blacks- i
burg, Buena Vista, Luray and else?
where, coining to bis present charge ut
Trinity several years ago from Blacks
HlHbnp Denny Not Here.
Bishop Denny Is now on his way to
his home in this oily from Bensncdla,
Fla., where he has been for somo time.
At his residence last night it was said
that 11 was not known where he could
be located, and Uhat he was not ex?
pected to return to Richmond until
next Monday.
I Special to Th'- Times- Dispatch.]
.Suffolk, Va., December 1 1.?Mls.1
Edith Byrd, daughter of Joseph H.
Hyrd. of Nanscmond county, was mar- |
rlc-d at the home of tine brldo's sister
In Suffolk last night to Emmott lyomuel
Tope, by Rev. II. II. Butler.
[Spoclnl to The Tlmes-DlKpatcb.] !
Keathsville, Va.. Lecomber 11.?Miss
Mnrgaret P. Moore, f>t Burgess Store,
and William B. Gasklns, of Ophelia,
were married in Baltimore yesterday
Probnbly Will Recover.
{Special to The Times-Dlspatcli.l
Bynchburg, Va., December 11.?J. E.
Mnrkham, of Big Island, who was
struck by a street car In Park Avenue
near, the Miller Park Saturday night,
bus recovered consciousness ut tho
Home and Retreat, and the ohances aro
now that he will recover.
Mr. Mnrkham received a gash of
considerable also on the sldo of his
Sehwansek?d Brc*.
For Christmas I
Tho Schwnrzschlld store pre
dominates for wedding gift
We handle only those goods
of recognized merit?and gifts
which come from this store are
doubly appreciated.
Wc are showing appropriate
gifts from $1.00 up, making It
possible to select u gift at any
price desired.
Schwarzschild Bros.
Richmond's Leading Jewelers,
Second and Broad Sts.
[Special to The Timos-Dlspalch.]
Wilmington, X. C., December 11.?
Continuing tho epidemic ot crime that
lias fastened Itself upon Wilmington, a
murder, highway robbery and a shoot?
ing is tho record for tho past twenty
four hours. The victims of tho rob?
bery and the shooting arc nogroes, but
the murdered man Is W. O. Dowdy, a
venerable white man. Ills murder is
the most brutal of tbp many crimes
?hat havo occurred. Dowdy, while on
his way home last night, accopnpanlcd
by his eight-year-.old grandson, was
waylaid and his head beaten Into a
pulp with an ax, while tho child ran
screaming from the scene. The police
wore on the scene shortly afterwards,
and within a few hours bloodhounds,
brought from Whitovllle on a special
train, wore trying to tructf the assas?
sin; but so many pcoplo lrul trampled
on the ground Dial It was Impossible
Ln strike a trail.
This afternoon tho pollco arrested
Charles V. Dowdy, a son of tho mur?
dered man. Although the grandson
ways tho assassin was a negro, tho po?
lice doclar0 the son J!ad a row with
his father, 'had made threats against
him. and was seen with an ax yester?
day; also that he knew his fathar. had
$10 on his person, which was stolen.
n nu uli ton?Burn*.
[Special to Tito Times-Dispatch.]
Fredorlcksburg, Va., December 11.?
George W. Daughton and Miss Maria Q.
Burns came here to-day from Wash?
ington, secured a marriage license
from Clerk A. B. Yates and wont to
the residence of Rev. U. H. Barber,
rector of Trinity Kplscopal Church, and
were united ln marriage. Tho>" re"
turned on an afternoon train to Wash?
risfmas Suggestions
The Ideal Christmas Gift,
From $12.50, $18.00, $27.00 to $250.00
Come in and look them over.
30x60 inches .
27x54 inches ../,
36x72 inches .
HASSOCKS, 38c, 48c and 75c each.
CARPET SWEEPERS, $2.75 each.
75c, $1.00, S1.25, S1.50, $2.00 to $50.00 pair.
Make yourself a Christmas present of
A Nice Rug for the Parlor or Dining-Room,
Size 9x I 2 Feet,
From $12.50 to $65.00
215 East Broad Street.
We are the exclusive dealers of
Richmond in the unique and delight?
fully different
Containing new, clever Ideas, Designs, Messages, Christmas
Books, Booklets, Postal Cards, Le tters and Mottoes. Skillfully
executed and decorated in original bindings, on unusual papers
and of the most pleasing designs. The entire line is striking
and copyrighted. The kind of messages that will please your
friend and show the excellent taste of the sender.
Presbyterian Book Store
212-214 North Sixth Street.

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