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Personal WMINOR WOODWARD und his daughter. MIm Lcttlcu Woud ? ward, loft town Saturday morning for New York. From New York Mr. W'oodwurd und his daughter will sali to-morrow morning for a trip to Panama. They will not return to Richmond until after the winter Season. Itclurned to Itlehmond. Miss Mary Traylor, who has been the guest of relatives In Atlanta for some lime pant, has returned to Rich? mond, unj will spend the remainder of the season with Mrs. It. T. Hunter at 215 East Franklin Street. Miss Elizabeth Wilbur, of Philadelphia, will arrlvo in Uio city in a few duys, and will ho the guest ol Miss Traylor for several weeks. Mlso Wilbur frequently visits in Richmond, and has been much entertained durlug her visits here. Spend Winter Here. Colonel and Mrs. Frank P. McCon nell, of Fort Smith. Ark., arc In town for the remaining winter months, and are located at the home of Miss Lucy Lily Temple. 311 West Grace Street. Mrs. McConn-ill was formerly Miss Belle Norwood Tyler, daughter of for? mer Governor and Mrs. J. Hogo Tyler, end Is one of the most prominent and well known girls In Virginia society. During her father's term as Governor of Virginia, Mrs. McConnoll was much tntertalnod. and Is well known In so? ciety of this city. Her wedding was a notable event of the frill season. Colonel McConnell was in command of the Third Regiment of the Alabama Kallonal Guard for four years, and is ? son of the late Colonel William Ken? nedy McConnell. a distinguished Con? federate officer. I Uttestl of the Ml?se? Hatkln*. Miss Eva Slaughter, of Hampton, apd Ults Beulah Christian, or Glen Allen. ?r? visiting Misses Edith and Erma Batklns at their home, 2026 West Grace Street. In honor of the Misses Batklns and their gucbt* a box party was given at the B<tou Theatre on Saturday afternoon. Ten Friday. Mre Elmore D. Kotchklta, .Jr.. of 3'.''5 Vest Franklin Street. gave a very handsome kca on Friday afternoon at her home. The decoratlona were un ueuslly attractive. The walls of the two drawing rooms, the hall at?i the dining room were entirely covered with a trellis work of green vines and ssn.llax. In the drawing rooms pink roj.es were caught at close Intervals In the green trellis with exquisite effect. Tn the dining room the color used was lavender, and big bunches of orchids tied with lavender tullu were used In place of the pink roses 'n the other rooms. The table contained a flat ?:er.trcploco of these flowers, anel four silver baskets at the corners were also nl'cej with orchids and tied with the tulle. Mrs. Hotchkl's received with her z .i Mrs Wcrnwng. of Philadelphia; her mother, Mrs. W. S. Forbes, and her sister. Mrs. A. P. Rlpley. The hostess's gown was of lavender satin an<i lace; Mrs. Wornwag wore a white lace The Flour That Gives Universal Satisfaction. Great Values in Furniture at Jones Bros. & Co., Inc. 1418-1420 E. Main St. Special prices to-day on Suit?. J?rgens Special prices this week on Stoves. Ali Gold, SJ.50 Pair. These arc not merely jokl top. Pan and engraved. All tin: and desigi Smith & Webster, Jewelers, 612 Kast Maiu Street. We make a specialty of packing and shipping house? hold goods. Sutherland & Cherry, Inc. tllO Ea?f nronil Street GYMNASIUM SHOES?All Size. NnrthUjr.Hf Conirr Third nml Itronit. Ask Grocers, Druggists Dsilers (or POMPEIAiSr LUCCA OLIVE OIL Genuine?Pure?Healthful Hopkins Furniture Co., 7 West Broad St. Cash or Credit. ?ejor Tf K-AMKRICAN ANnoKUn.CPE.Ci A'?VftD,1 UliP THE BEST MSlfSXnVlu^ M WR CY EVERY Ji&VvMi^m(9tr2S Advance Shipment of Tailored Waists Dainty colored stripe, also solid white striped madras and linen; 0*1 f\f\ special. ?4J 1 e-l/U gown; Mrs, Forbes was In black tulle and Jet over white sutin, and Mrs. ltlp- ; , ley wore a white gown. Mrs. [, Newton Vaughn anil Mrs. ? Carroll H. Monlugue presided over the punch bowl. Those assisting in re? ceiving were Miss Hazel Dimmlck. ?f Overbrook. Philadelphia; Miss Battle Shields. Miss Elizabeth HotchklsS, Miss Ella Hlnford. Miss -Mabel Walker, Miss Oertle Camtn. Miss Stuart Hume, Mrs. i Dlanchard Foot.es and Mrs. George I Mason. About 200 women were In- ; ; vl ted. Invitations nut. Mis* Nannie. 13. Jones, of 114 East Franklin Street, will give a reception on the evening of January 31 at 9 o'clock. In honor of Miss Elisabeth Logan Bfontloy, a debutante of the winter, invitations have been limited to the debutantes of this season and | last. ? Mrs. Malcolm O. Bruce, of Monument ' Avenue, Is also entertaining on Jan- - uaty 80. Mrs. Bruce has sent out cards, for a large buffet luncheon at thn i ? Country Club. Invitations include the I married society set. For Mlaa -Scott. Miss Jellls Scott was guest of honor , at a card party given by her hostess, ? Mrs. Thomas Robinson, in Alexandria Thursday night. Seven-handed euchre I was played, and the prises wore won by Mlts Llea Anderson and Edward Fawcett. i Miss -Scott also attended another card party, given on Thursday after? noon by Mrs. W. B. Smoot. Mrs, Brrioot entertained In honor of her sister?. 1 Mrs. Sallle C. Hopper and Mrs. Charles j A. Webb, both of Baltimore. Pink and . white flowers were UBrd as decora- 1 ! tlor.s. and attractive prises were award- j cd at each table, fleturncd to Itlebmond. j Miss Mary Eruyscr haa returned to' Richmond, after taking a three years' course In training at St. Agnes's Hos? pital, In Baltimore, from which Instl tutlon she graduated recently. Miss , i Frayser will make her home In this / city with her Sister. Mies Edith Lee i ! Frayser, at her apartment, 10 South Third Street. A. P. V. A. Tea January :jo. The annual tea gl-.en by the Asso : elation for the Preservation of Vir j ginla Antiquities win be held in the ' John Marshall House on Tuesday after? noon. January 30, from 4 to T o'clock, j It is the intention of the association ! to refurnish the old home of Chief | Justice Marshal! ?s nearly as possible as It was originally. For the tea tne house will he arranged throughout through the kindness of J F. Briggs. Arrangements for the tea are 'n the , hands Of Miss Frances B. Scott. Mrs. Egbert O. Leigh, Jr.. Mrs. Edward E. ] Valentine. Mrs. C. E. Boiling. MISS | . Betty Ellison and Mrs. J. Enders Roh lnyor.. The association cxpf cts the : date. January 30, to be kept open by the members of the organization. The tea will be made a particularly bril ' jlant ond charming aff.<ir. and mcni ! <bcrs and a few invited guests will bo \ present. < lasse* Resumed. Mrs. Powell will resume her classes for the remaining months of the sea- | son at Belvldere Hall on Thursday' evening at 0 o'clock. All members of j the class arc urged to attend Entertained Friends. Miss Ida Delanoy entert.vncd a few | of her friends at her home. 310!? 1-2 ; Ea.?t Broad Street, on last Wednesday evening In celebration of hpr eich- I tcenth birthday. The guests were en- j tertalned by games and ni'tsic until later In lite evening, when supper was] i-erved. The dining-room was arranged j In a color scheme of green and while, with a large birthday cake as a centre- j piece for the table. Those present | I were Misses Fannie Oellman. Martha Moore. Pelina Buchanan. Florr'e, Mamie and Ola l.ielancy. Lillian Wa'- J kins. Bertha Howard. Alcnc Veaman. I Mabel Barlow. Valerie Gattnau and Ruth Cnvedo: Lou's Werner. Howell : Austin, James Cnnnnday. Jim Tucker, I Fred Jones. Mosey Oellman, Robert I Baylies, Floyd Bradley, Carroll Speights. William Simpkins, Wert Mar? tin, F. Banuin. Clyde Thomas, Mrj, W. F. Delaney and Mrs. C. M. Thomas. Inipnrlr.nl Meeting*. The annual meeting of the Old Do? minion Chapter. Dnughters of the American Revolution, will be held nt' noon Tuesday at Sil East Grare Street All members are urged to be ; present. j ?In the Service of the King Circle of King's Daughters will meet this after noon with Mrs. Abner Goodie, 2G01 East Broad Street, nt I o'clock. All mem- i ] bPrs are requested to be present at. this meeting. i There will be an important meeting of St. .lohn'.- Circle of King's Datigh-1 tern held this afternoon at I o'clock with Mrs. Parke Gary, 2310 East Grace I Street. A full attendance is desired.; as arrangements will be completed for the annual entertainment to take, place on Tuesday. February 20. at Liberty I Hall , Monthly Meeting. 1 The regular monthly meeting of the ? Council of Social Workers w'll be held I to-morrow afternoon at half pa?t I ! o'clock. Tb?- meeting will be held iti I the lunchroom of the Young Women'..-. | I Christian Association, corner of Fifth] I and Grace Streets. A full attendance I is urged. I > ('lull llnfertiilned. j Mr. and Mrs. F. Will entertained the j I members of the Kaffee Klatsch Club I [and their friends at their new home i in Gintec Park, In celebration of its, I twentieth anniversary on Thursday' ' night. January IS. i The occasion was n brilliant one, j I the WOmph appearing In Colonial cos-. Itume. The spacious pnrlors were ? dei orated In palms nnp evergreens, ' and dancing amused the guests. The dining-room wns decorated In ! I the club colors, and Henry C. Ruegcr ] j acted ns ioastmiister. Toasts and con-: gratulatory remarks were offered and I ' I'ominlscenscs Indulged in. I The- "Kaffee-K la Isch'- was formed; [January l<.. Is*)?, by a bevy of young i glrly, arid it Is to lie remarked that ttfler twenty years of existence' the circle of it. members is unbroken, and . ? thai on this occasion every one of! ! its founders, with the exception of j Mrs. Will Carter, of Atlanta. On., was i present. Mrs. Carter, however, was, ; represented by a touching forget-me.- I I not" letter, which wns responded In. by 'a toast "To the Absent One,"' and an affectionate greeting framed nnd I I forwarded to'Atlanta. ; Those presfnI were; The host and , hostess. Mr and Mrs. F. Will. Mrs. :.lohii T. Anderson, Jr.. Mrs. II, C.I ' integer. Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Wil? liam' J. Ebel. Mrs. W. P. Klein. Mrs. 1 Theo. Keek, Mm. John Llcbert. Mrs. Samuel Dunsten. Mrs. O. K. ?pott. Mrs. Charles Voltz. of Chicago; Mr*. Kate Wenzel. Bromm. Mies May Orccncr and Mrs. August Diets: II. C. Itougcr. John T. Anderson. Jr.. Henry Miller, winiam J Beeil, W. p. Klein. Theo. Keck, John Llcbert and O. B. Spott. Knppn Alpbn Convtvlum. With almost a hundred men present, the Richmond Alumni Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity held its annual convlvlum at the Common? wealth Club Friday evening. Sixty alumni members, resident in Rich? mond, were present, having as their guests the members of the two active chapters at Richmond and Randolph Macon Colleges. At a short business meeting the following officers were unanimously elected for the ensuing year: Jennings C. Wise, president: A. Seddon Jones. Jr., vice-president: Ctts slus M. Chtchester, secretary and treas? urer. After continuing a committee to look Into the advisability of forming a Virginia Ktnte Association of active and alumni chapters and electing a general alumni secretary for the State, an elaborate old Virginia buffet sup? per was served. Following the sup? per, there were several short addresses, with Vice-president Jones presiding. The chief guest of honor. Frank P. McConnell. grand purser of the fra? ternity, and a newcomer to Richmond, spoke briefly on the state of the fra? ternity; Senator John Paul, of Mar rlsonburg, followed :n a most enter? taining speech and "stunt,'' President Arthur Kyle Davis, of the Southern Female College, of Petersburg, paid a glowing and Impressive tribute to General Lee, on whose birthday Kappa Alphas In Richmond annually meet, since he was president of Washington College when tho fraternity was founded. In reminiscent vein. Colonel Jo Lane Stern told of the early days of the fraternity, and was followed by Robert C Astrop. of the Randolph Macon chapter, and Edward Uwathmcy, e>f the Richlnond College chapter, who In true college orator'cal style told of the progre'sa of their respective chap? ter?. Following an Immemorial cus tjm ol the.- chapter, the roll of the years was called, the newest Initiates rising first to be succeeded by the .nttiafi-- of previous years- The last to ttand was Colonel Stern, an Initiate of the Alpha Chapter In 1S6T. and lie was cheered heartily. Then a long circle was formed, with each man's arms outstretched touching the shoulders of the men on cither side ot hltn. and, led by "Buck" Langhorne. they sang "Auld Ling Sync" with tervor. The arrangements for the meeting were made by the retiring secretary and treasurer. John B. Swart wout. Pome of the Richmond alumni present were: Charles B Antrim. Dr. Harry B. Baker. J. M. Bohsicux, R. B. Howe, C. C Bowe, Braxton Bryan. John Blunt. Dnvls Bridgets. Welby Beverly. Cassiui M Chlchcster. Dr. C. C Colc uian. Dr. Custis Lee Coleman, James Ca:<kie. Arthur Kyle Davis. Frank \\. BACK TO SWEET SIXTEEN Ladies Will Find the Following Experience of Mrs. Blair Full of Interest. Pollock, La.?"For months," jays Mr?. T. S. Blair, (if this plate, "my health was ??cry bad on account of womanly troubles-. The doctor": medicine tliel me no pood. I was very weak and nervous, and some day.- I could not be up. I asked my husband to ;et me a bottle of Cardui to try. and before I had taken : one bottle I was up and doing my work Before I commenced to lake Cardui I bad such spells I was not able to do any tiling Now 1 Iiavc taken only 3 bottles of Cardui in all. and I feel fine. A few months ago I weighed 135 pour.ds. Nov.- 1 weigh 13S. and I do all my own work?cook, wash and milk?I ami feel like 1 did when I was'sweet six- J tccn.' Taking Cardui has cured mc." | If every sick and oiling woman would only take Cardui, the woman's tonic, as Mrs. Blair did. womanly troubles would not be so widespread as they are now, for the curative value of this well-known 1 remedy, in all such case?, has been proven by its more than 50 years of genuine | success. If you arc a woman, try Cardui Von will appreciate its ionic, building effect on the womanly constitution. Begin to-day. X. B.? Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept ,1 Chattanooga .Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper on re'iticst. Men's Special S3.50 Tails, Patents and Gun N. W. Cor. Third and Broad. Furniture, Carpets and Stoves ?1th and Broad B. Samuel's' STITCH DOWNS ON SALB AT ALBERT STEINS 5th and Broad For Oil Cooking and Heating Stoves See X. Kt.KIX * SO.V. L\C. J20 liaat Broad. X Men's 50r Winter Weight Ribbed Under? wear; sale price, 3')e. Mens 50c Fleece Lined Underwear; sale price, 39c. S1.00 Red and Grey Undcrwcar. sale price, 79c. V J Duku, Robert Gwathmey, A, Hawse, ..??. G. Tyler Hundley, Palmer Hund toy, I George Witmer Hodgson. Frank Johns, i A. Seddon Jones. Jr., L. McK Judkins. William Jerman. Fred Kcliuin, Dr. I'. 1 UpwomU. Dr. T. A, Lewis, F. 1'. McConnoll, Rloti McKlssick, ,iohn Mil? ler. 3d, R. L. Montague, F. T. N'orvcll. Robert Pitt, T. J. Stub bo, Jr., Colone; Jo Lane Stern. John b. Swartwout, Cecil Stevens. James Strotiier. lohn S. Walker. Julian Wlnfrec. Italph Mlcl yctte. Travcrs Wood. James D. Pat ton. Jr.. "Buck" Langhome, R. G. ! Dunn, Lewis I-'. Blanton. Chllle 1 Perkins. In anil Out of Town I Mrs. Samuel M<:Oann. of Norfolk. Is the guest of Mr. and Mis. James C. Smyth, at their home on Biver I Road, tills week. I Mrs. Ircbelle. formerly Miss Roberta I Edmond. of this city, but now of Long 'Island, is the guest of Mrs. Charles : W. Tanner, at HOC Floyd Avenue. Miss Mildred Hemingway returned to Norfolk last week, after visiting friends In this city. Bishop Collins Danny, of this city, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian H. Cocke, in lioanokc. Miss Credilla Miller will return to Baltimore to-day. after a visit to Miss Nell Potts, on Park Avenue. Miss OHIc Perry, who lias been the iguest of Mr. and Mrs. McChcrr horc. ha? returned to her home in Orange. Mrs. James I. Prltchett visiting I Mis. w. P. Avorett.. in Lynchb?rg this 1 week. - , Mrs. J. B. Riddlck and Miss Imogone Rlddlok, of Ashland, are spending two weeks with Mrs. Charles Figo, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. David B Tcnhant hav? i closed their country place, "Oatlands, ' jand gone to Washington for the rest I of the winter. j Dr. W. W. Smith, who has been in the city for several days, has returned I to Lynchburg. Mrs. John Skclton Williams lias re? turned to Richmond, after a visit to ' Mrs. R. Lancaster Williams in Bal , timore Mr.-. A. C. Ricci, of I'M? West Main Street, has returned from a visit to her niece. Mrs. Claude West, in Nor? folk. ? Mrs. Charles Marl. Brown, of Flor 'Ida, Is visiting Mrs. Claude West at , the latter's home In Norfolk. Miss Mary Virginia Pond, of 2:121 Pari: Avenue, will leave this week for Nashville, Tenn.. where she will spend the remainder of the winter and spring w'tll her sister. Mrs. George S. Cooke. LAVELLU, OF MONTANA, MADE PRESIDENT OF LAW CLASS [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottcsylllc, Vs., January 21.?In the most exciting law eluss selection held In recent years. Lavclle, of Butte, Mont., was elected president over An? drew Christian, of Richmond. The other officers chosen were: George W. Caldweil, vice-president; M. T. Douglas, of Baltimore, secretary and treasurer; W. C. Swank, of Ilurrisunburg, his? torian. DATES FOB FA ins ARE ANNOUNCED Greensboro. N. C, January 21.?At a welj attended and entirely hamontous meeting of secretaries of fairs form? ing the Virginia-Carolina-Georgia fan circuit 'acre yesterday dates were ar | ranged, as follows: Galcx. September :i-6; Tazcwell. Sep? tember 10-13; Roauoke, September 17 -'0: Lynchburg, September 24-27: Win? ston-Su lern, October I-1; Greensboro. October 8-11; Kalclgh, October lf.-tfc; Charlotte. Get,tie ;? 22-25; Spartanbiirg i October 29-Xoyember l: Columbia, No? vember 5-9; Augitstn, November 11-14. Married at Mldutght. [Special t" The Times-Dispatch. 1 Lynchburg, Va., January 21.?Friday night, at the midnight hour, at the parsonage nt College Dill Baptist Church, Miss Eva Goggin, daughtci of Mr. anJ Mrs John O. E. Goggin. was married to w, II. Ford. They left on a late train for a bridal trip North, and will bo at home after Feb? ruary 15. Record Fall for Farm Lands. i i special to The Times-Dispatch.] Buchanan, Va., January 21.?The rcc I ord price on Mill Creek farm land was reached last week, when $113.33 D3 per acre was paid in a land deal. Mill Creek is on tiie national highway, and Is one of tin- most prosperous see 1 lions of the county. Xcvr Olliccrs Circled. i spi eis I to The Times-Dispatch.] j Lynchburg, Va., January 21.?Tho Ladies' Auxiliary to the Lynchburg V. M. O. A., at its annual meeting Fri? day afternoon elected tho following officers: President, Mrs. c. W. Gooch: Vico-Prestdcnts, Mis. c. B. Smith and Mrs. Malcomb Peak: Treasurer; Mrs. John D. Ogl.esby; Uoeordlnir Secretary. Mrs. W. Mayo; r'orrcspondliig Secre? tary, Miss Margaret Dlckcirson; His? torian. Mrs. Julian Ford. ''Daddy" Ihiurr Dead. [Special to Th< Times-Dispatch.1 ' New York. January St.?John a raneer pacur. tho ii.-tor who was ROnerally known union? theatrical folk ?? "Daddy" Bauer, died yencrdav at St. Vlnesht's Hospital, West Now Brighton, where he had been con? fined for. more ih.m 0 year gild a half k.if fering freWi cancer. Be wa? born in Lon? don eighty-eight year nsi. He waa a fir.nl llor fljruro on the stage tn New York until twenty-live years aso. when ho retired em account of his age. In ISO: ho went to the Actorf Fund Home on Stntou island, and lived there until he Was taken 111. A Descendant of IVrpgrln White. Boston, M ins.. Jamiary'Si.?Ann' W. Pciini- : ?nan, ICO years oid. a direct detcendjtht.' o' j Peregrin White, the Ilm chilli born to the Pilgrims, died at her home In Brooklln? o' I ?Id age. ^ilsRj By ROY' K.i MOULT?NV Satisfied. Sometimes when Ah looks 'rounj an' soes Dc folks whet's all tired sure Pey's gwlne right ' straight to glory kasc Dey am so pow' ful pure: Whon Ah looks at Old Deacon Jones, I Who's crooked as a stick An rings hymns lak he didn't know A single hoss trade trick; ' When Ah considers Deacon Smlff, 1 Who says he wouldn't stoop To do a wrong, but has been caught In Ike Brown's chicken coop; When Ah takes stock of old man Hicks, Who extorts wld a shout, : But has been 'rested nineteen times. Or leastwise thereabouf. When Ah looks at old Elder Jinks, Who spen's his time In pra'r An' lets his wife take washtn* In Frcm families neah an" far. ' 1 say. when Ah considers dem, I Ah somehow got a hunch It won't be safe fo' me to take Nd chances wld dat bunch. I If dls here few dat Ah have named ! Will be da only men ! In dls yere town dat's gwine to go > , To glory ?ure?well, then. ? 1 somehow got a feelln' dat. j From all de things Ah knows, ? ! Ah'll take mah chances wid do crowd, No mattah whar' It goes. I'erbaps. No young, aspiribg actress Should frown on any man, But should always enlarge her Acquaintance when she can: Though he he old and homely. And built like spiral ?talrf. She may be entertaining An "a-ng6l'' unawares. Answers to Correspondents. Discouraged Reader: We think that you require too much to make you happy. What'If you are geling only JfiO ii week? You can have fresh meal once a week and can take In a dollar excursion once In a while. Don't give up so easily. We have heard of people who aro getting along on a smallc: salary than yours. Suitor: You say her father frowns upon your suit? Well. then, when yov call keep your overcoat on. Gardener: You ask us what, In our opinion, arc bust paying plants, and we reply Immediately thai wo think the electric light and gas plants are. To Get It Over. "Maude," asked the suitor, anxiously, "may I call upon you Monday evening?" "Impossible." she replied, quickly. "I must go to a bridge party that night.' "How about Tuesday evening?" "Well, Wednesday evening, then?" "I have got to take mother to th< theatre thnt evening." "Thursday night, then, surely?'' "I shall bo out of town that eve? ning ' "Well. then, shall I call it Friday night?" "Let ma see. Oh, no, not Friday evening; I take my singing lessons Friday evening." "Snturdny evening, then. Maude?'1 "Urr.-um-um," she faltered; "uin-um? ah, gee whiz, come Monday evening'." Can't Itlnme Him. He got aboard the car and chose an Isolated place. And guarded well the basket that he held upon his knees. Regarding with suspicion every new arrival's face, And grew extremely nervous when tho crowd began to squeeze. He held his treasure closely, watch? ing over it with care, It was not a bunch of Jewels or a kingly ransom quite. And he was not custodian of stocks and bonds so rare. But he was only taking home a p>ick of furnace anthracite. MEAT AND MILK LAW PUZZLES FARMERS Complicated Provisions N t Understood?-Union Revival Services Begin?Good Prospects for Bumper Apple Cr on. [Special to Tiie Times-Dispatch. J Winchester. Va., January 21.?A new meat und milk law. passed recently ? by the Common Council, went into et- ! feet n Winchester last week, but the! law app?!irs to be so complicated that j many country people who iiHve for' years been earning money by sell-1 Ing pork products on the streets do | 110 know whether to continue such .?::ilea or not, especially In view of the I fact that some of the city officials who assisted In passing the law do hot regard themselves as being suffi? ciently well versed with Ita provisions as to pass upon it. inspectors have j been employed tri examine all live? stock about to be slaughtered, und n<a af ter-slaujrhleriiig inspection is also: rc'iuitcd. Cows which have tuborcuio-| I >is or any other disease ore to oc I iulled on the spot. Dairymen are re? quired to register all milk cows. The Inspectors arc paid by fee? collected from butchers and owners of cows. i The first service In connection with ' a larco union revival to be held hi Winchester for the next two weeks look place to-night In Market Street Methodist Episcopal Church, with til the local Protestant ministers partlc I lpatlhg. The meetings are to be in charge of Rev. William Black, D. D.. a , noted Presbyterian evangelist of North , Carolina, who conducted a similar j meeting In this city two yearB ago. The expe'ted failure of the peach ! crop next summer, by reason of the' MILLER'S lias No Equal. Antiseptic. Purities. Cleanse? Makes Rums hard and healthy A delightful mouth wash. T. A. MILLER CO., Druggists, 519 E. Broad. Mad. 3199. Hourly Deliveries. wWBkWkWBBBS MEN OF TASTR NATURALLY COME TO Greentree's (or Clothes Broad at Seventh. Eczema Comes From the Blood External treuwneut may relievo, but can ot euro. The guaranteed rcmejy is ? FOR CLOTHES $3.50---$4 Easy Shoe IF YOU HAVE A MS. YOU DESIRE ISSUED IN BEAUTIFUL. BOOK FORM. NOVEi.. PLAY. POEMfc, ESSAT'S. TRAVEL,; BIOORAPflY. SUB HIT AT ONCE FOR OFKKR. ?8E EXPRESS OP. REOISTERED MAIL. A DDRESS1NO Broadway Publishing Co. Kst.itill'hed trir.'. SU Broadway, Sow York. recent severe weather, when the ther? mometer fell to 2S degrees below zero In some sections of the lower Shcnan doah Valley, will not mean the loss of h'ery much money to Frederick county fruit growers, as the majority of the fruit men of this Immediate vicinity have been giving little atten? tion to peaches in recent years. Ten years ago, Frederick county produced moru peaches than any other county in the State, but the crop is regard? ed as being uncertain, and horticul? turists have been investing their money In apples. Fruit men who were In town yesterday declared that the recent cold weather did not affect ap? ple trees, and with continuud cold in January and February they look for? ward to a lium-'or crop of apples ncM fall. Professor Beard, principal of the Seventh Congressional District Agri? cultural High School nt Mlddlelbwni this county, has arranged to hold a farmers' school at the high school building on January 24, S3 and 26, when topics relating to general farm? ing and live stock raising will be discussed by Dr. N. S. Mayo. Dr. S. W< Fletcher. Professors \V. K. Bnunord, 11. J. Davidson. Lymnn Carrier and oth? ers. By affirming the decision of Judge I T. \V. Harrison, of the Circuit Couitl of Frederick county, in the case of Whltacre against Whltacre, the Stt-i promt Court of Appeals at Richmond last week decided that Mrs. Merrle Whltacre, widow of James P. Whlt? acre, a former prominent Winchester lawyer. Is not entitled to more than residential property Irt Winchester and her one-third of her husband's estate. Mr. Whltacre willed the residence to his widow and then directed his estate to pass as if be had died intestate; He ndded a codicil, providing tiial in addition to the hojise his wife was to have one-third of his entire estate after the law had g.ivcn her the por? tion prescribed by the statute. Judge Harrison held that tho codicil super? seded the will, and that she was en? titled only to the house and a third of the balance of the estate, and not to an additional third. It is expected that n number of Win? chester Catholics will go to Richmond when Bishop Dennis J. O'Conncll Is .n stalled as bishop of the diocese to suc? ceed the late Bt. Rev. Augustine Van do Vyver. Bishop O'Cohnell wan pas? tor Of the Church of the Sacred Heart hero some years ago. and lias many friends among all classes of people, who have been plcnscd to hear Of his elevation. Miss Ada B. Thatcher, who lost all her bnggape, jewels and several hun? dred dollars in money in tho tire which destroyed the Lettermnn apart? ment house in Charloltiisvlllc last week. h;:s been under the care of phy? sicians since arriving at the home 61 her mother, Mrs. Bettle Thatcher, In Winchester. She suffered several se? vere nervous attacks in Charlottesvllle and another while waiting for a train at Staunton. The snow which has covered the "round to a depth of ten Inches for more than a week, has been disap? pearing rapidly during the past few days of more moderate weather, and as I a result many of the streams In Fred? erick and Clarke counties have become greatly swollen. Some of the creeks have been almost past fording, and a number of narrow escapes have boon reported. It Is expected that a large number of the certificate holders of tho de? funct. Valley Building and Loan Asso? ciation of Woodstock, will employ I counsel to represent their Interests jn the efforts now being made by Judge E. D. Newman, the receiver, to untan? gle the affairs of the company, which appear to be much complicated. Judge T. W. Harrison, of the Circuit Court, has referred the case to a special com? missioner. Bates Warren, a Washington man. who bought the Montgomery Hall es? tate from Frank Wolter. In Augusta county, several months atro. lias plant? ed 5.40O apple trees on the place, and it Is expected that he will plant .13 many more In the near future. Miss Sallic Bruce, of Woodstock, who' cms. burned when hurled against a stove In a Southern Railway coach at Edlnburg recently, bus reeaived a check for J1.O00 from tho railroad com-! f>any In settlement of her claim Some of the relatives of the late'. Mrs. Harriet V. R. Crosby, who died] recently, leaving an estate worth over] }2ft0,00o, in Jefferson- county, are not satisfied with tho manner in which she; disposed of her property, arid lawyers ' have been employed 10 break the will, If possible. O. R. Edmondson, Ol Strasburg, ft Southern Hallway employe, who with others wan digging Ice away from the' troNka a few days, ago. was liccidaftt-1 AS SOON AS An article becomes unpopular we dis? continue its sale. Therefore we only show those good* which arc appreciated by people of tattc. Schwarzschild Bros. Klchmond'a Leading Jewelers. Second und Broad Sts. i ally struck on the head with tho sharp ! end of a ?ick by Andrew Williams, a. fellow-workman, and hag been in a serious condition ever since. Key. T. K. Cromer, pastor of Cen? tenary Reformed Church, of .Winches? ter, has been elected stated Clerk of the Virginia Classls to fill out the unoxpired term of Rev. J. A. Hotf heins. D. D.. of Martinsburg:. W. Vn.. who died several weeks ago. Dr. HofT helns held the olllce of stated olerk for many years. The weather was so cob) one day last week that Kntrtncman Thomas Horn, of tho Cumberland Valley Rail? road, hud to be carried from tho ca'o when his train reached its destina? tion. He was stiff and benumbed by the cold, and Is still under the care of a physician. A large number or men and boys, armed with gi".<- and clubs, have been scourlnu the mountains In tho vicinity of Rock Bnon Springs, west of Win? chester, for several days In the hope of flndlntt a hear which has heon Kill - i Ing hogs and terrifying people living in that locality. Footprints In the snow I indicate that tho bear Is one of enor? mous ?Izc. The animal has been seen i at a distance on several occasions, but har thus far succeeded In eluding those In pursuit of the henst. Ollie Miller, a young married man. fell down an elevator shaft hero sev? eral days a?o. and has since been con lined to his bed, suffering from Interni) injuries. GAIN IN ATTENDANCE!. Seeoud Term et V. P. I. Beginn?Bou? quet of Hlchnioad Club. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Blackbburg. Va.. Jnu?ry 31.?Second term work at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Is now well under way and the enrollment Is greater than on the same date last session. Only a few cadets failed to return after the Christmas vacation, and there were several new men entering to take their places. At the meeting this week the mem? bers of the Richmond Club made ar? rangements for the annual banquet to be given the last week In February, and for a proper representation of the men from the capital city In the'1012 Uncle. This Is one c>r the largest stu? dent clubs In college, and their annual dinner Is the most elaborate of the ses? sion. Dee's Birthday was observed at the college by a suspension of all classes and a celebration of the Lec Literary Society Friday evening. On the lat? ter occasion speeches, readings and declamation? were given by the mem? bers extolling the character of Leo and the program was a most interesting one. >. President Barrlnger returned from Richmond Friday morning, having spent the week there on business con? nected with the affairs of tho insti? tute. Dr. S. W. Fletcher, dlroctor of the experiment station; Professor? Mayo, Bralnord nnd ltotcheson, of the eoilece of agriculture, were also in Richmond for the meeting of tho State farmers' institute. The chief social event of the week for the cadets was the ?'maso.iin ball ' ?lven Saturday evening for the bene? fit of the 1912 Bugle. The costume: were original. Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA HAVE T?ll SEEN THE New Method Gas Ranges AT Pettit & Co.'s? Magnificent showings of Fino Furs, Coats, Suits and Hats. See Our Great New Store New and Stock. Sydnor & Hundley Seventh and Grace Rountree's Red Tag Sale Now on. Your chance to buy Trunkj and Leather Goods at a big saving. 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