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Social and
Personal
Mr. and JrVe. Eppa Huntori, Jr.. cn
tertalnod at one uf the mom brilliant
recoptlom-; ot the winter .season ItSt
night at their home. S Bast Frank?
lin Street. The reception was g.ven
In honor of their niece. Miss L?uoy
ft en ton Catlett, or Staun ton, whu ;.s a
debutante tills winter, and the invite
? .ens were limited to :'.a<> memhrtra of
the younger society set. and pome < f
?he younger married people. The
Hunten house was hunt; With a'ira.90.ry
ct pink bloHsoiiis and Southern gnillax
and garlands ??( pink roses were wound
on the chandeliers. Bay trees and'
palms were used us n background lor
Ihc receiving puny, and a brilliant
c>n.puny of guests were present Our
in? calling hours, (n the dining-room'
Quantities of trailing vinos ami lovely
Pink roses draped the walls, ami thu
table was arranged with an immense
basket of pitlk bud:-, and KIllllUX. |
Mr. and Mrs. Ilunton received
Hi* froni ili a wing-room with their
nieces, Miss Cilllctt and Miss F.rva
I'tinton I'aynu, ol Murrlsonburg. Mr?.
Ilunton - gown was an Imported affair!
of white Matin with 11 train of ttirquoi a
blue brocaded velvet The bodice was
embroider**) in crystal and sliver and
trimmed in real lace. Mlsv ?atlett
t. ore pale pink chiffon made ov<-r
*atln of the sume shade and trimmed
In real Im.-. .\||.->, Payne was gowned
In pink satin with an overdress of
duwdrop chiffon, caught with tiny pink
buds. Hot li curried big bouquets of
pink roses and lilies or the valley. Mrs.
Ilundolph Williams and Mrs. Egbert
O. Ivlgh. Jr., assisted Mr. and Mis.;
Ilunton in receiving their guests.
In Alesandrln.
Miss Luccllii Peyton, of Fauqulcr
county, is the guest of her cousin,'Miss
Mildred Foster, at bet bom.. In Alex?
andria for several weeks. Miss Pey?
ton frequently visits relatives In inch
mond and rpen*. some time here last
v.lnter as the guest of her sister-in
law, Mr*. Robert E. Peyton, on Park
Avenue
Meeting of Cnlonlni i) a me a.
The ? Colonial Dames w-in ipeet hu
v^jtwHgiiW7isTH>-?gga?Hea
The Flour That I
Gives Universal |
Satisfaction.
D. PERLIN
Tifk i;aoiks' tmi.oii,
lUMI Kaat iSrace Street
"Withes to tiiform his patrons and
ll'iilles In general that he l. offering
lower prices, tor suits for the between
sea so ns.
B. Samuel's'
STITCH DOWNS ON SALE AT
ALBERT STEINS
5th and Broad
See Our Great New Store
New and Stock.
Sydnor & Hundley
Seventh and Grace
For Oil Cooking and
Heating Stoves
Hi KI.KI.V <* SON. IXC,
C_'0 East Broad.
Furniture, Carpets
and Stoves
Rothert & Co.
4tli and Broad
Now on. Your chance to buy Trunks j
ami Leather Goods at a big saving.
St>ca)a/ Offering.' ^gtSUSfiz
Crxkt
HAVE YOU SEEN
New Method Gas Ranges
AT
Pettit & Co/s?
Tragi
Violet Cream is not greasy or
sticky; fine for chaps; 19c bottle
e_ s ?-? -' -'?
TOt "AMERICAN AHB ?EDRtW?Jif AKUT??
New Shirts for
Women, $1.00
Worth knowing about, and
>>till more worth owning, (or
they are the c:)lta1 to the usual
St.50 shirt; in striped madras
linen, in colors and solid white.
Shirts that fit.
usual ul tho Woman's Club on Friday
ufternoon at I o'clock. No business
will bo transacted at this meeting, as
It will be a "Dolly Madison" afternoon
and a purely social affair. .\iii>s Luccttu
Knox 1h chairman of the avt hin!.: anil
!t will be- n thoroughly charming ana
Intercut lug function.
Harris?lleCIiiug.
A wedding of much Interest u> Vit
ginla society..will be celebrated, this
evening at s o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson A. McClltng in
Knoxvlllc, Tonn., iviieii their daughlci
M.ss kathcrlnc Gtirhelt McCiung, w.ll
become the bride of Malcolm Korr
llarria, son of Mr. and Mrs, Willluin
T. Harris, of Danville. The house will
b#- decorated with quantities ol white
II6worn, Southern smilnx und palms
and an orchestra win piuy during the
ceremony nnd for the reception follow;
Ing. A large cbmpanj <<i guests will
bu present, and tb... Rev. I. T. Martin,
b, D., Methodist Episcopal Church.
South, win perform the ceremony.
The bride will wear au exquisite
gown of Ivory white salin, trimmed
In reul lore, and will enter the draw?
ing-room with her father, who. will
give her away. Her veil of Illusion
will be arranged with orange blev
some ana hci ornaments w in h>- pearls.
She win carry a shower bouquet of
lilies of the valley. Miss Julia Frances
M'Clung will attend her statbr as maid
of le.nur Hep gown is pale pink satin,
veiled in Chiffon of the same shade
and trimmed with crystal. She will
<??? rry e bouquet or Klllarncy roses.
William N'-lson llarria. u brother ol
the crootn. win be best man.
The- bridesmaids win include Misses
(-Catherine Cnrr.ett Mori head, of Spray.
X. C.: Martha Hall, of Knoxvlllc, Tenn.,
and Mlgnon McVarty. of Atlanta. Gn.
Their gowns win be quaint affaire of
toft white satin embroidered in sliver,
and they will carry great bouquets of
pink roses. Oarnett Morchead, who
will be plllowbearer, will wear a white
sorgo suit. The groomsmen win be
.lohn I? Moorehead, of Spray. N. C:
William Harris Nelson, of Danville:
C. J. McCiung, third: Robert G. Hunter.
J. Walker Leach. C. Raleigh Harrison,
all of Knoxvlllc.
A large reception will follow the
ceremony, after which Mr. Harris and
IiIk bride will taki- an Enstorn wedding
trip, it ie ono ot tho most prominent
weddings of the late winter season,
and society all over t).<5 South will be
represented in the guests at the cere?
mony this evening. Sr>m?- of the Ott of
town guests are .Mr. and Mrs. .lohn M.
More head, of Spray. N. C: Mrs. T. N.
Gar lie 11. Of Marietta, tja.: Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Harris. Mre. Turner Morchcad,
of Danville; Mrs. Frnnk Meb?he, of
Spray. N. cm Mrs. Robert I'arrish. of
Covlnglon; John 1- Morchcad. of Spray,
N. C; William Nelson Hnrrls. Willlnm
Harris Nelson, of Danville; Miss Mlgnon
McCarty, of Atlanta, Go.; Miss Kath?
arine Morehead. Garnett Morehend. of
Spray, n. c ; Mrs. Ellen C. Marshall,
Mrs. Graham Hall, of Nashville, and
Miss Elisabeth Munford. of The Plains.
.Miss forties Entertained.
Mr and Mrs. John H. Wight, of Bal
t'tnore, entertained at a beautifully
appointed dinner Monday night In
honor of the latter's niece. Miss Kath?
arine Eaches. of this city. The rooms
and table were decorated with pink
roses and rose shaded lights, and the
flowers on the dinner table were ar?
ranged <n a big silver bowl. The
guests, who later attended the fourth
Monday gernian given In Lehmann's
Hall, were Miss lyiultn Gibson. Miss
Mary Carroll Frlrk, Miss Elizabeth
l.ernmon. Miss Ellen Page, Miss Anno
McLean, W, Donnell Stewart. Wallis
Gittln. Matthew Atkinson, Horace
White. James Manning and Gustav
Heineken.
Sln> -nl-Home Whlsd Cluh.
The Stay-at-Iiom? Whist CPA held
It.- usual weekly menting on Monday
evening at the home Of Mr.- Walter K.
Martin. 314 Shafer Street. Throe tables
were engaged, and th* highest score
was mad. by Miss Margaret Morson
und Admiral liarrie Webster. The club
will moot next week at the residence
of Mrs. C. C. Chapln. 922 Floyd Ave?
nue.
Ma?M-Meetlng nt the Jefferson,
There will be a mass-meeting at the
Jefferson Hotel on Thursday morning
at 11 o'clock to arrange for a Kenhess
to be given bj the Association for th*
Preservation bf Virginia Antiquities
and the Associated Charities some time
during Easter week. This Is a pre?
liminary meeting, and every one In?
terested, and particularly the member?,
ot" either of these organisations, are
urged to be present to-morrow morn?
ing. Miss Stuart. <vho has conducted
similar entertainments in Norfolk and
elsewhere with wonderful success, will
be In charge, and rehearsals will be?
gin at once.
Some of the mn.-t prominent society
women In Richmond are getting up
this entertainment, and it will be one
of tin- notable society functions of
Easter week.
Invitation*) tint.
Miss Edna Sands Dunham, of New
York, who sing* In the concert to-mor?
row night at the City Auditorium for
Pine Camp, is (he guest of Mrs. Oliver
.1. Sands for the next two weeks/ Mrs.
Sands and her mother. Mrs. f. C. Rob?
inson, will entertain in Miss Dunham's
honor on Tuesday, January 30, from
1 to :; o'clock, at a buffet luncheon.
The luncheon will be n very handsomo
affair, and will he. given in Mrs. Sands's
home. 2004 Monument Avenue.
Invitations are also out for a Inrgt
afternoon reception to be given on
Thursday. FebTtiary 1, from 5 to 7
o'clock, by Mrs. Charles R. Guy. Mrs.
Guy's guests will Include the married
society sot. and she will entertain at
her homo, isrtt Monument Avenue.
TteMtnt Thursds y.
The Richmond Conservatory of Music
win give an attractive recital In the
auditor him of thi Je>hn -Marshall High
School to-mc/rrow evening at 8 o'clock.
A vory attractive musical program has
been arranged, and the -public is oor
dlnlly Invvted to attend. Admission
cards will not bo requlrod.
ni-*h?Inr Pnrlr.
Mrs. J. Peyton Martin entertained a
number of friends at her old homo.
'*Mt. Douglas." last Friday. In honor of
her daughter. Miss Mar.lle Martin, who
celebrated her sixteenth birthday on
ili'at occasion. The house- wnji deco?
rated with evergreens and r-,1 flowers,
nnd games and ,. guessing enn'tosls
am-usod the guests. Mis* Mary Parrls-h
and R. A, TTloe, Jr? wore awarded first
prise. Supper was served later In the
evening,
Some of those present wer?1 Misses j
Mary I'arrish. l.ol? Trlec. Mattel Bugby. >
; Kyh Meal. Nellie- Marks. Marv McGohee,
Kva Martin. IHnllo Payne, Minnie Trice. I
. 11. A Trlec, .lr., Melville Trice, < 1. Mc
; Cohen. Dennis Payne, Hobert Martin.
Joe Sargenut and Muss-ill Bag/by.
Home Wrildliig.
A pretty but ciulet wedding took
place on Sunday morning at the home
or' C. it. Jones, in Highland Park, when
Mrs. Jeauetta H. Overhy, daughter ot
the late Mr. and Mrs. lt. F. JLiUCli, ho
camc th? bride of D. C. W. MoLcod.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mi-Iv?>od will bo at home
after February .*. at 2710-A Bast Broad
Street. j
important Meeting.
An important meeting of the Ladles']
Auxiliary, Order of owls, win be held
I this evening at s o'clock in Srnll-hdctd
Hall. All members are urged to be
I present. v
In uriii tint of Tiaui.
Mrs. John Calvin Metcnif left Mon
duj r...- St. Louis, where she will spend
leu 'lays. Kiing later to Houston,
Texas, for a month'? visit to relatives.
Miss Evelj ,i Gordon Is the guest of
Ml -. Chilene.- Koblnsoil at her home in .
' Newport News. 1
Mr. aiul Mrs. D. B, Tennant. of Lou
doun county, nr<- visiting their mother,
Mrs. Tennant, on West Franklin Street.
Miss Alary Chalmers is at the Unl
v. rslty of Virginia.
Miss '"orintli Knight has its
K?C5I Miss Barger, of Wnynesboro,
lier onto on North Cherry Street.
Urge s. fteederr, of this oily,
registered at the Hotel Woloott,
Nuw York, for several days.
161
Mrs. Louise Mlnnlgerode, <>f Rlch
lilon : Visiting Miss Kale Clarke at
her homo In Lynchhiirg.
Villip Knrm Said.
Special to The Tlincs-Dlspatch. i
Spotsyjvania, Va., January r.':i ?Mrs.
John A. Aleop. of Spotsylvnnia county,
has sold her farr>< of 150 acre? to J.
W. Masters and Thomas A. Fraz?r for
IT.'ibO. Mrs. Als<.p will resld* in Fr'fV
ei Ickshurff.
When Life Was a Burden, This]
Woman's Friend Came To
Give Her Prompt Relief
Escondida, Ky.?Mrs. Frank L. Ulake,
'if this place, says: ' "I was so weak from
womanly troubles thai I couldn't do my
work or even walk around.
My back hurt so bad I could hardly be I
up. and I suffered with pains in my left
side most of the time.
Nothing did me any good until I tried !
Cardui, the woman's tonic. \ am cer- J
tainly well pleasecl with what it ha? done
for me. j
I have taken three bottles, and it has j
done me worlds of good. Cardui has
strengthened me and made me feel better I
in every way. I can do my work with
perfect case.
I sincerely believe if other suffering
; women will only give Cardui a trial it will
j help them as it helped me, for I know by
experience that it is the best remedy for j
sick and run-down women. '
There is a reason why Cardui has been
so uniformly successful during the past |
fifty years in relieving all formb of wo?
manly weakoe?b and disease. It acts |
with Nature?not against her. Cardt
goes to the weak spots, and helps to make ]
them strong, thus hastening a cure in
natural, easy way. Try it.
X. B.? Write to Ladies' Advisory Dept.,
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
Tenh., for Sperial Instructions and 6-1-page
? book, "Home. Treatment for Women,"
j sent in plain wrapper on request.
Men's Special
S3.50 Tans, Patents and Gun
1 Bietals, Blucher and mrj f\p
button, now. ?jJi?i*e7o
N. YV. Cor. Third and Broad.
201 E. Broad
Magnificent showings of Fine Furs, |
Coats, Suits and Hats.
GYMNASIUM SHOES?All Sires
r. w. da un by.
Sonlhonsit Corner Third and Broad.
J?rgens
Special prices this week on
Stoves.
Ask Grocers, Druggists Dealers [or
POMPEIAN
LUCCA
OLIVE OIL
Genuine?Pure?Healthlul
Absolutely Pure
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
! _
wmB t fie ?ivi?i^.E/NT
By ROY K. MOULTON.
(?ranfttiop'N lilvlee.
Hear nn old man.
Ulli. who has
long Journeyed
Through the deep
jungle that \vu
eall Life,
Who with grim
Trouble often
hau tourneyed.
Whose heart is
seared with
wotinds of tho
el rife. J
Von til and Ambition don': lllto ':on
fcssln'
They ean't reach any goal that they
see,
But every one must hark to life's lea
son?
Take It from me, BUI, take it from
mo.
Nations have grown, Bill, nations have
perlohed.
Agcc have c.ome. Bill, ages have fled,
leaving behind everything that they
cherished,
'iolng to Join the ranks of the dead.
Monarchs havo risen In militant glorj.
Sweeping their foemen from land and
sea.
But the same "Finis" rn.-rks every lifo
story
Take It from me, Bill, take it from
me.
We cen't all win the top rung of tho
ladder.
Maybe 'taln't what we're cut out to
do;
That ain't no sign we can't make tho
world gladder.
Just with our own little, stunts, me
and you.
All can't to fickle old Fame be ce?
mented.
Some muet be humble, you will
agree;
Just do your dutndest and you'll die
contented?
Take it from me, BUI, take it from
me.
Re-riaed for Next Fall.
An effort wae made to revise the
football rules so that the game would
be lest brutal and so that the list of
sorrowing papas and mamas' rould be
reduced. The revision, like that of tho
tariff, waa not entirely satisfactory,
and we have gotten up a licit of rules
which, adhered to. should greatly dls- .
TRIAL OF JOYCE
OW IN PROGRESS
Committee of Thirteen Ministers
Hear Charges in Secret
Session.
[Special to The Tlmee-Dlspalch.]
Roanoko, Vas. Jaaiuary 23.?The trial
of the Rev. W. H. H. Joyce, former pas?
tor of Trinity M. B. Churoh, South, this
city, before a committee of thirteen
brother ministers of tho Baltimore
Southern Con?*Tonc?, began heTo to- '
day. Bishop Collins Denny presiding.
Among those hearing tha case are the
Rev. J. H. Bean, pastor of Belmont
M. E. Church. South; the Rev. D. M.
Brown, pastor of tho Salem M. E.
Church, South: Or. Prottyman, of
Washington, O. C. and the Rev. Charles
A. Staunton, pa-stor of the Christians
btirg M. E. 'church, South.
The Rev. Mr. Joyce lc preaeni in
person, and Is being represented by
the Rev. E. V. Register, of Baltimore.
The prosecution in being conducted
by the Rev. P. B. Hamlll, of Blacks
burg.
The trial probably will be concluded
by to-morrow night or Thursday morn?
ing. It is understood that the result
will be msde public, although the trial
Is behind closed doors.
INVITED T?^?TTEND ~
STATE CONVENTION
Carter Honey Congratulated by Presi?
dent of Sunday-School Association
? or Ills Faithful Service.
fSpeclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
FrcdM-icksbti'g, Vn? January 23.?H
Carter Honey, of this city, who has; a
re-cord of having missed ihe T-t.iptlM
Sunday ?chool In this city only one
Sunday in a oeriod of forty-six years,
his absence bhat Sunday being caused
by the death of his mother, which has
been heretofore referred to In thin
correspondence, has receive-; t letter
from W. F. Robertson, of Norfolk, j
president of the Virginia Sunday Schoo; ;
Association, congratulating him, and
inviting him attend the next meet?
ing of the Baptist Sunday School As?
sociation at Harrlsonburg In April. ?n
that he may be formally Introduced to
that body.
The Charles B. Hunter Farmer.*'
Friend Plow Works, in this city, which
had been shut down for over a month,
has resumed operations.
Judge R. H. I* Chlchsster, who was
elected by the Legislature as Judge of
the Fifteenth Judlllal Clrruit. to fill
the unevplred term of the ate Judge
I. E. Mason, n'.rallfied to-day before.
Judge John T. Ooolrick, of the Cor?
poration Court, in this city. .Tiidere
?*hlc!ipstci-*s term will not expire until
19IS.
The cup and plato of tho sliver com?
munion service of St. Thomas's Epis?
copal Church, of Orange, was recently
sent to Washington to be examined by
an export from England to a.sccrtaln
TVhen they wero niade. It .dove*lor>*'
that they were mado In London in bhe
year 1776.
Whtie. painting on a house hare,
Thomaa K Rodger* and James P. Walker
fell a distance of over thirty feet to
the ground, caused by the ladder on
which they were standing breaking.
They wero hoth very badly bruised,
and physicians wore extmnionod.
x. now telesfoono Un<c is t? kit 6-uiU,
appoint the undertakers. t'ullowinitV
arc some of otir rules:
When you get an opposing player
down on the ten-yard line, with his
nose tearing up the ground in a cor?
rect Imitation of a disk plow, do not
jump on him With b'Mh feet, but gently
kick him in tili- face with one foot.
This makes the piny more open.
When you get a player by the leg.
swing him around In the air only live
time., instead of ten times before you
throw him ncrosr th" held. He may
ii"t ft" quite as far. but ho will land
almost as bard, nn.l will be out of the
game permanently.
It shall not be eonyidered Irregul?r
to bite nff a man's ear excepting when
the yo?l line is threatened
No tlrearms or gloves with horse?
shoes In them shall be allowed to be
used. Knockout drops are also strict?
ly tibooed
No more than nlno men will be al?
lowed to dance on .t man when he la
down, whereas eleven and the referee
have, been the limit heretofore.
When a man has two logs, two arms
and seven ribs broken he shall be con?
sidered as entitled to be retired from
the game, and shall not be forced to
continue to play.
And tie IMd.
"Well." sighed thn suitor solemnly, as
he gazed into his swoolhenrt's eyes,
"wo are here to-day and gone to-mor?
row."
"That in genernlly true." broke in a
deep bass, paternal voice from the stalr
caso above, "but you oro going to?
night."
Another [.'prlgbt Judge.
The attorney bad pleaded earnestly
for the young marrlod woman who had
been arrested for speeding her automo?
bile at tho rate of forty mites an hour
through tho business streets, but ho
could make no visible Impreselon upon
tho court.
"Have you anything to say bofQro
sentence Is parsed upon you?" asked
the Judgn of the fair prisoner.
"Well, you see. it wan this way.
Your Honor," she replied. "I bod Just
bought a 140 hat downtown, nnd 1 was
trying to get tt home before It went
out of style?"
"That will do." said the court The.
case Is dismissed?for your husband's
sake. If nothing else."
from this city to Spotsylvanla Court
bouse, thence to SunMght and the Wil?
derness, connecting with the Wilder?
ness Una to this city, forming a com?
plete olrculU
A Chesapeake and Ohio passenger
train ran over tlfteen out of a flock of
seventeen sheep at a crossing In Prince
William county. The sheep were the
property of Allen Qreen.
The old hriolc building, a landmark
in this city, on the corner of Com?
merce and Madn Streets, boa been razod
and a modern bank building will toko
Its place.
Men's $1.00
Pleated Bosom
Shirts
in neat black and white
striped patterns;
sale price . 4 9c
Hopkins Furniture Co.,
7 West Broad St.
Cash or Credit.
We make a specialty of
packing and shipping house?
hold goods.
Sutherland & Cherry, Inc.
310 Bast Drond Street
NOT TALK, HUT ACTION. HAS
MADE
Greentree's
The store it i;.
?ruucl at Seventh.
CHICHESTER S
w>./t^~- TUB DIAMOND BUAND. rs.
'TJUN. I...II?.! A?liyoiirltr,i?eliifor/TV
1 <'til-?h?-t?r's Diamond Tlr*n,l/yV\
i*G/Bt\ Pills in Itrd snd Cnld n.tiiliiAV/
??TWn n*Stt; seslcd vtth r.li.o RI!V-n. W
VWj Take ?o etbsr. Bar of inor '
MruffnUt. AikforCIfI.i:!fKt..'rFIi?
DIAMOND Uli A Ml I'tl.l.H. ?.c S3
jan known ss licit. Safest. Alviyi KcllsM.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS tVtRVWH?g
Refuses to Heed Stories That
Postmaster-General Hitch?
cock Is Knifing Him.
SEES POLITICAL TRICK
It May Be Effort to Deprive Him
of Valuable Service in
Campaign.
Washington. January 83.?Twice yester
iluj President Ta-ft denied emphatical?
ly to White House callers that ho
placed any credence In reports that
Postmaster-General Hitchcock had
been politically active to prevent his
rcuomlnatlon. Once at least the Presi?
dent denied that Cabinet oltlcors had
urged hint to oust the Postmastcr
Geueral front his official family bo
eause of alleged antl-Taft activity and
I visitors, who talked With the Presi?
dent gained the impression ihut he
had not the slightest doubt ot Mr.
Hitchcock's loyalty. The President
: was reported to-night to have said
i that if his PostmuBter-Gunorul wrc
prove I disloyal he would he "the most
badly fooled man In tnc country." He
I was willing that his attitude toward
I Mr. Hitchcock be i.iado public.
i Some of the President's advlserq
were Inclined to the view that
a concerted effort wus being niKde
to foree an open breuk between Mr.
Taft and Mr. Hitchcock, tvo that the
lattor'H survlces and Iiis polltlcul ad?
vice might be removed from the Taft
camp.
It became known that many
of the President's close friends hold
the same view that ho holds as to Mr.
Hitchcock's loyalty.
It'a l.'fi to Harne?.
William Kirne-, Jr., chairman ot the
Republican State Committee of New
York, muBt come out for Taft, or ho
will flud the hottest tight against him
that he ever knew In his life.
That 1b the ultimatum the Taft lead
ors In Now York nre going to give Mr.
Bnrnes within a short time. The ulll
mutura la going to be so straght that
Mr. Burnos cannot misunderstand Its
meaning.
Mr. Barnes's attitude, toward an un
instructcd delegation from New York
Its getting on the nerves of the Tatt
i men, and they have duulured they win
, not permll thu Albany bosu to huvo his
way. Their pogram is an simple as
It can be, unless it la changed. They
will notify Mr. Barnes what to expect
when the State convention meeta lf
he attempts to continue Ids indirect
opposition to the President
If he has not come out for Taft by
that time or has not agreed to an U>
j structed dolegation, they will force the
issue In the convention. They will try
I to have the delegation Instructed, and
then they will enrry the light agalnat
1 Mr. Barnes himself, ho far as the chair?
manship Is concerned. They will de?
prive him of the chairmanship, if that
Is possible.
Tuft C-onnaclH Harmony.
President Taft has been consulted
about the situation. He conferred Sat?
urday In New Haven with New York
men, who have told him that Mr.
Barnes Is muddying the situation tn
i New York by holding aloof from In?
structed Taft delcgulcg. It is not
known what view the Pr?sident took
of tho matter. His general attitude is
one of slowness and deliberation in a.
(inestlon at this time. Ho dislikes to
give orders to make a light on u man,
whothor that man Is against him or
not. He prefors harmony.
But it win make no difference what
the President advises, so far as his
close friends In New York are con?
cerned. They are going to insist that
Mr. Barnes go on record, and do so a"s
promptly as ho can conveniently do it.
When the Stale convention meets prac
ticully every delegato from Greater
New York, with a number from up the
State who oro In sympathy with the
movement, will be prepared to put tho
Issue tight up to Mr. Barnes and settle
it by a tight in the convention.
The Taft leaders cannot se-i any
good reason why Mr. Barnes .should
act as bo is acting. They charge here
that ho dislikes Mr. Taft because tho
latter "burned" him on several occas?
ions; ho Im against Roosevelt, whom he
cordially dislikes; lie Is opposed to I.u
Follottc and all that the Wisconsin
man Stands for. Ho is believed to be
trying to force a delegation for Asso?
ciate Justice Hughes, of the Supremr
Court. He dislikes Hughes, too, but
his dislike of lilm is lees than it la
for either of the other threo.
want* a "Roust" I'lntforni.
Mr. Barnes Is also accused of a boss's
desire to force the Slate convention to
adopt a platform and compel Mr. Taft
to ratify that platform, which Is ex?
pected to be u rodhot roaat of every?
thing that Is progressive In the Reptib.
Ucan parly. If Mr. Taft were to ac?
cept this platform lie wo? J lose all
chances of eleotlon in tho Middle WcbI.
If ho accepted it at tho dictation of
Mr. Harnes the Albany man would go
higher with certain regulars ir. New
York as it real boss. But tho Tuft
leaders do not propose to permit Mr.
Barnes to build a platform anil then
place Mr. Taft or any other man he
may want on it.
The best politicians here from New
York say the State is tor Taft, regard?
less of Mr. Barnes. They are iroing to
carry it for thu President, aided by
i Barnes or opposed by him. ius'. as Mr.
i TafI sees fit.
SKI3K FUND TO BltKCT
ADDITION TO HOSPITAL
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Danville, Va., January 23.?A weeks
canvuss to raise Sl?.000 to build an
addition to the General Hospital was
started hero to-day. During the past
two year* It has become apparent that
the present Institution la not largo
enough and for this reason It has beon
decided to build an addition to the
present buildings. Many of the nurses
I and matrons have their room.'! In the
hospital Itself, thus preventing these
rooms from being used as private
wards. The proposed addition is to be
more a nurses' home thon iinythine,
also, although any extra available
space will bo convorlL-d Into additional
wards.
At a mooting held during ihe fatter
part of the past year the hospital di?
rectors decided to Issue an appeal
to tho Commercial Assoc.utioii ind Id
' Inaugurate a week's campaign for the
( solicitation of the 316,000 necessary to
I carry out the proponed construction.
MACK NAMES HIS MEN
Ipuotntu Committee on irrnagementa
fur .Vutlomil Convention.
New York. January Chairman
Norman f.. Mack, of tin Democratic
National Committee, yesltorday an?
nounced, tho oomnUttce on uarangt;
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j Thai have the stamp of quality and tx?i;t
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Our prices always please.
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merits of the National Democratic Con?
vention, to be hold at Baltimore, on
June 26.
According to a resolution adopted by
the Democratic National Committee
j at its rocent mooting at Washington,
Chairman Mock, VIco-Chatrmon Hall,
of Nebraska, and Secretary Urey
Woodson. of Kentucky, are ox-ofllcto
members of tho committee on arrange?
ments. Those appointed by tho chair?
man are:
Joscphus Daniels, of North Carolina;
Clark Howell, of Georgia, and John T.
McOrnw, of West Virginia, represent?
ing the South Atlantic Staleu; ft. M.
Johnston, of Texas, reproaontlng tho
Southwestern States; Martin J. Wade.
Of Iowa; Edwin O. Wood, of Michigan;.
C'.t;. r C. Sullivan, of Illinois, and Thos.
Taggart, of Indiana, representing tho
Middle Western Stales: Robert Kwlng.
of Louisiana, representing the Quit
States; Robert S. lludspeth. of New
Jersey, ami Thomas if. Brown, of Ver?
mont, representing the Eastern and
New England States; former Governor
lohn B. Osborne, of Wyoming, repre
sonting Itocky Mountains and Pacific
const States, and J. F. C. Talbot, of
.Maryland.
'1KST ASSKMBIjY OF YKAR.
AT WASHINGTON AND LF.K
i [Special to The Ttnios-Dtspatch. ]
Lexington. Vn.. January 23.?Tho
1 llrst university assembly tit Washing?
ton and Lee University for 1912 wOii
held yesterday at 12 o'clock In thf?
Lee Memorial Chapel. Dr. H. D. Camp?
bell, after making preliminary re
miirkH, introduced itn the speaker to-.'
I the occasion Arthur Rttgh, lntornu
tlonal secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
who for tho past few years has been
stationed In China,
The speaker chose as his theme "Tho.
Existing Conditions In China," and nt
once entered Into a masterPul discus?
sion of his subject. Mr. Rugh received
hearty npplaus.- throughout his entire
address. At the conclusion of the dls
! course the meeting wns turned over to
the student body for the considera?
tion of matters of local Interest.
Children Cry
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