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KID GLOVES1! Thai will justify you in anticipating your Glove wants. This unusual sale of Real Kiel Gloves is ? prompted entirely with the idea of acquainting S vou with our high-grade Gloves. W ...... % A REAL KID, with Pans point hack, and tits (I*"| 1 P ^ with perfection. Regular $1.50 Glove. Special.. 53 % A handsome confection 111 two-clasp K l-.AI. KID, with g two-toned embroidered hack, black and white C? rfl only. Regular $2.00 Glove. Special ^ A 12-button Real Kid Muskatcer, with Cleopatra button ^ and Paris point, .stitched back. Regular $3.00 (PO OP ^ Glove. Special & ! T( i/o 01: n SO co\ o n O o *?> < M: I' ). II . ?:!<?;. ar.d >i? ? r daughter, ' Mary S arhorotiKh, have returned tli? Ir home on Monument Avenue, ' alter : s:.. :? i-!;?Ii .New York City. .Mr" Hi i.!<y and Miss '.Vat borough i I ? i ?? ? ? ? ir.i>:? r.4? ?; to New i'ork l>y ' . ! ? insert, Ml- ?- Virginia C.t'-sar, of <oina. Wash, who has In on visit- j ? i- l:i Kb hrnond !'?: several weeks A '??at deal of entertalnlm; wan ? 1 ?? > r? fc .?Ti?i ' ";i r-sar during her visit here, t hi* v.-ht' h wan the beautl . :. ? kIv- n by her hostess at the "iirit ry < 'hit? ?1' ? ' ? -r will r-mtiln lr; Nw York ?? lime before l^avlne, f? >r l:<-r A t I lir < IiiIin. 'her'* will I " music and li.mci- s aft' n ' n at the M- rmltane ! f ? t i in. . ? .1 the ;al "1 ?! :?. 1 1 ' ? l v. 11! follow ni'.r ?t ? ??lit.;: 4!* ti.< < "?) .: try r'lub of Vir I ' ',l ? 1 111)!. 'I u r? will be r ? t - ? tt. i : r tht.se Informal af ? : .. hit :??? ' ? '.? ir:t.'.-r.t ..f t >,?? :???? lety elem-nt will be In at The Westmoreland Club will give the fourth of 111? ? <.f Informal riahcos l t! ?? I. ?".'?? ? ? 11 ei r f.itr. I Ills .* i* if tu ? ? ?<. n <? ? b 'it. I'ri>mliii'tiI \\ t*?l<l 1 nji. ?a y. 11 ? l!.i It t!i"t ?? Sun : "The rr . ? r i . ? Ml I!f 1 ? ? ri Wvlie McLaujihlih, daughter of tlu- lute \y11 - \ ; -tin .-v It-xii mier \\ ii<_- and Mrs. Wylb-, ? ' Kaltl.-noi ?? ami I i t Yuunc <v?. i of Ma ,r ami Mr; llohn-S ! Conrad. ' Winchester, will tni<" place ' v< ? 'I'll' ly t - * iit 1. ?? b ?< 1;. at ?17 St ? ' I Si* ? ? ? ? t. tin tcsiiiete e of Mi f- W> II. "Tin* ? ? will !??? f< i formed by the It- \ Jan ? s H. Lacy, pastor oi the ! Preshytcrhin Church In Winchester, In' (h<- pi cs'ii'i' i f th> two famlllt ? r. r?1 > . ' '1 ii< will w>*ar a !!ol[u;-;iw;iy ndwn ' f d ' k blue eloth. with ? small ? I ?? hut . t : .. ? ??'.-a. -' bouquet 1 i.*ar lieniad. Alter a v . dir.K breakfast. ti.*? 1 ?: i?"? ? and bildex! in will leave for .N< w V'.rk and will sail March IT. by the i .ii . ;i? i Kuroja-. whet ? ? they will : ? n . i\ u ????!.. . ?tuinlng in May to !: I,..:-. . Winchester. where :i hfij.. I-, being built !? r them. M- M. I.:M-l 111 1? one of four beautiful sisters, the others being Mrs. !: 1 ? ??jn? Ma.- < ? Mrs Henry 1'owue i.n I Miss Niri.i W;. lie i' ? Is a: .j.o< iat' d with his :.11 In tlo practice of law, th<> lat t?*t '?> I ..- one of thi* leaders < ' ?(??? Vir i in la liar." In 11 b' Ii iiioiol. Mi .? llli'lie Jl.tUph. or I'owliatan ? :i: 'who j> Kj.emlli r mr ? titiu* at ?>.- .f. hi -1 on ? W ii! ip I !<)>?;: it a 1 I.. r< for II ? c:. . 1.- now Iin|? i'ovini; fjt> te i: |ildl> Mr?- i: A. Haui;!i 1^ vi.-itinu t'tlendn In i!.e city. ' tin rl t y \ It ni r. 1. ??? ? :? r the 1>< no: ' of tae p or the M . 11. i i ?: Mission r.:: t ? iio\ will ? h lo at tlo hoin, ,, r .Mlt=? l il zabetl. a v V; ! ???? 111".??. to South Tbi:d Street, f i or . I'.' to o'l-bv'-. It will ?? ?? ver; irt'-re.-tlntf a nil delightful "air. and the oubl ? is Invited to ;it 1 is mill tint of Town. Mr- William T MrCltilre a lid Mi.?s ? a M- 1 '? ii i i ? ? ? f Wim'la' ste:'. are x ? *.? t ? i f Mis Hunt, r Mcellilre, ot. Hast ciraee Street Mrs r 1> tliinri, wl.o has been the vtiesl of her- ilatJ(jhter, Mrs Wytlu ' Mvli l! vv<-. here for .several weeks, is now visiting In Amelia, hefure ri'turn li.t-T to Chat lottes\ile. Mi-s Ola Chanel, who spent several c iys thin week with Miss b!na McGec, las returned to I'artiiville. Mr. and Mrs. W. X Kishburne, who !:ave been in Itiehmonil for a short have returned to Florida, where they will remain for the late sprinn Mrs. Archer I. Ulcha rdson. of this city, is the puest of her sister, Mrs. W, li. l.'ison, In Norfolk Mrs TV. S'eott and her little daugh ter, "l is' ilia, are rettirnlncr to South J.toston to-day, after a visit of several wef lis here. Miss I.lndsay Satterfleld has been the I'fcenl f-'tte-i of Mrs Arthur M. Taylor : t tlie I'niversity of Virclnla. Miss Mary Whit lock, of Louisa Coun t. is \ l.-itif.i; friends tn Kb hmond for a week. Mrs 1: Powell has returned to liiehniontl, after a visit to her daugh ter, Mrs. Frank IliKhland, in (Marks bui'K, W. Va. Mrs. Rdward Melton, of fJortlonsvllle, is SOMH) time with friend-- in this ity. Mis Harry r.?nnghornr !iae r'tvirnfi to the city, r>ftT a visit to relatives at tJi?- I'nivers ry of Virginia. Mr. and Jlrr Leo Mehlcr havo teen called to New Vork by the sudden 111 ness of t>.e formers sister. H Gudger, of this city, has li^n a recent i;u?:st at "Mountain View," i.' i i lord- -r sville. Mr ?: Mrr. Clinton P.eddoes, who have visiting in Wllliiimxburg, ure now Iri 1 '.1< hmond. Mr' Dupcno Kskey has returned m t < if aft?? r a visit to >.? r parents. .Mt and Mr:'. <*. V. Sutton, In Newpott Mrs \' A Martin, of this rltv, is the K';?'Ht <; relatives at Holdcroft fur scv eral * <? ?? ks r ? 1 T\ V.' Huffman, of Newport News, iv .?[>?? riding a few 'lays in Rich mond. Mir. }[ Ci '.Tiller, of Clifton Forge, is the miest of her daughter in this city lor ?om?j time. Mrs K. A. Robinson is visiting Mrs T ,c Garnett at her home In Norfolk f'-r several days. Mip Hugh .Tones has returned to 11s< i 'nor.'!, after a visit oi' several thys t?> Mi:!. J. I! Stone, In Williamsburg Mrs Walter L'pshur has return*'.! to her hot: <? it. Richmond, after visitinix Mi- 1 G llur\oy at the Hotel War w. k, i: Newport News. R W. Henderson, of this; city, has l)<-,-n ii Clifton Forgo this week for a short stay. Miss Theresa Parsley, of Williams Suit, lias returneil t- her home, after a iliuit sta> i:i Rh hmond. Miss t'?ttie Heed has returned to her home, "l.ester Rose," near I'alis. after visiting friends in Nelson County, Ki>.hnu>:<d ard HaHitnore. Mrs. 1 M Turner, who has he,-p. tho re<ent Kuest <>f relatives In Richmond, has returned to her homo In Newport News. .'atne-.- f? Kasley, of South Boston, is spending a few days with friends in this city. Colonel and Mrs. W T. Shields have returned t*. I.cNinntcn, after at. rs* tended stay i:: <"*ul>a and Florida. Little V;1. nce.v Atkinson, who has been \ isitnut hi- cousin. Miss Mary Clem ent", in Newport News, has returned to Richmond. Mis John I.arkin, Jr., of Fredericks buri;, is spending some time with rela tives in thia lity. Mrs John Hill and Miss Nellie Hill, ol Uiehmor.d, are visiting friends it; Newport News. Mr. and Mrs. FT. K. Hurgwy n, of 'I'appahanjinok, are motoring to Jack sonville, N after a short stay iti this city, accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. ?' II 1'illard, of Centre Cross. WOMAN'S COLLEGE BILL IS DEFEATED IN LEGISLATURE (Continued From First Page.) John Orr Paniel, Karman, Kasley. Fer< - l<ee. Fh'natrati, Franklin, Grant. Har rison, Hartley, Horner, Huff, Johnson, Jordan, Kent. Kinsey, l*md. Leedy, Lewis. Looney, Lowry, Massie, Miller. Myers. Nelson, Owen, Pennington. Powell, Powers, Radford, Reed, Rob ertson, Rolston, Spessard. Tiffany, Toney, A. <!. Weaver, H. C. Weaver, White, Winston. Woodward?17. Pairs wet e announced as follows. Mr Terrell voting aye, with Mr. Huek voting no. J. William Daniel voting eye with Judge Martin Williams vot ing no. Mr. ITeMIn voting aye, with Mr. Green voting no. Uunlil .\<?t Ikronnldrr, The announcement was made that Mr. P.rowtiing, who had been called from the city, would, if present, havo voted In the negative. Mr. White moved to reconsider, and Mr. Montague, of Richmond, moved to pass that motion by, arguing that the members should go home and sleep over the matter and come back fresh and ready to cast a final ballot. Mr. Land opposed tho passing by. There were only a few hours of this Besslon left. Tho bill, he said, hud been thoroughly debated and voted on. and the llouso should pass on to other mai lers. The House refused to pass by, .13 to 21, and the motion to rcconslder was rejected, thus ending one of the most memorable lights rtf the session. EFFORTS IN FIGHT FOR TOLLS REPEAL ..Mmre I hail $30,000 Spent by Car negie Knrlowmcnt iti Circu lating Canal Literature. SCOTT BEFORE COMMITTEE lie Into Alleged Lobby Ac tivities Halted by Illness of Dekniglit. Washini ton, Marclt in.? How the Kndowinent for International I > :i':c has aided in Uio tl^ht for repeal of toils i-ti'iiipiioii was revealed to-day ? "?for" iho Senato l?obby Cununlttcs. Dr. Janus Crown Scott, uectotary and a member of the board of din-tors ??f the endowini ;11, appearing under sub poena, told the committee that more than S 30,000 had been appropriated for circulation of Panama '.'anal Iltera t tiro." ' !!ic:- (!.<? f ri'li.w tnoi, f.s < fTort, Dr. ?t:' "tt said 1 ? ??.in.,i cop 1 os <.f a | ,;i tit - id i?i, cruiiit: repeal of (be < \emption ? latino i I s i i* i.i I by virtual): tho on ?ir- ii 11 i.'i''or;i t o. had been sftnt through out tho country, and 700,000 copies of >'? r I.<K.i f|i"'f]i in th.j Senate ? 11 ' th<- i ?? i <? 1 had been mailed tin <l- i the Sonat?..i'? frank. Annual statements of ti.e endowment showed the American Peauc Society, v '''i Senator I'.urton, of Ohio, is fresldeiit, ?i'aws a subvention of ?,'i 1,? ' ?' ??'??'i'' from the CarneKl' ortianl z.'itioa. This money was tyed, Mr. ?xcott k? hi, irj distribute pamphlets boarinir on peace subjects. TI.e com mittee displayed Kteat interest In the publications dealing with Panama ,,,lK f>r general arbitration treaties J>r Scott nirreed to furnish copies "f all fcuch documents. <? ucitlur ? were asked the witness rel'itinf? directly t.y charges made by senator ' >'< lorman in an executive so??. s'"1- "? Hie Senote recently. that the ? ?' t i i. purpose of the endowment was ' ' ' '? ni"te ;i:i alllnnce between (treat ^ ' ' ?'111d tlii- I ii11q(| States, Its peace propau*n:t<:a serving merely as a cloak l ? ? ? th;it j?urposo. ^oeks I It pin nnt ion of ItclntlonK. >? 11a tor Uoed. however, demanded an explanation of tlio relation between in }' ' tioi.a, pea ??? and Panntna tolls 1' ? I';!dilets sent c-jt b> the endow '? ' ? asserted, ur?e,i that the : . t?d stat< m "yield" to 'ireat I'.ritain, ?*-'t th.s ? :.d i.senator Ib.ot'* . >? < \ ;it ? .. ,ij u, Senate. M un 'orstandinir of Senator Hoot's oplnlc n is that we either should re (?'?ii the exemption clause or submit the deputed portion of the treaty to arh:t ration," I-r Scott said "1 believe on.- of these courses should he fol ' ' '? ' understand that there Is a difference .. between the Sen ator and myself, but 1 am not here to defend rny opinions. I am here to fur ?u'"'! '?? ?tii:ri:: tee with Information as to the < a rneifie Kndowment for In ternational Peace. " The committee's efforts to determine whate i: i i.ii t, if any, to impede llu ie pe.il has I 1 en made by shipbuilders :in?l stcanibhip men. was haltc-iJ tern poraril;. ti.-wa: by the illness ?.t' Clar ' u I'? knight, a Washington at torney, wl.o ye-sierday admitf d that he bad sp. nt lifteen years urging |.-g. is i'i lion i \arioiis hinds up m ?'on l-'eknight collapsed after hi-i or*."Nil heforc the committee yesterday, h:a j hi sit :an repot teu, and the hear ing W:ll await h.s rt'.:ovi:r,v. Slf?nt'rs of let. Tho pamphlet issued i.y -.\embers of the iJoai i of Tiusieea of itm Car negie Knuowmcnt for International '<aee,' unuer aate of March la.-t, and to which Senator U tJorman :e ferte l in his re. .-nt attack on the Car negie enUowuient, was signed by ?'osepil II t'h.iate, Andrew I >. White ' h.ai li s W. Kliot, John L Cadwalauer! l.ulce K. Wriglu, Charie o:. U S. Woodward, Aus ?I <5 Schmidlapp, Uobcrt S. '?scr.r S. Straus, Samuel Slay den, Charles S. Pr.tchett, William M. l^lihu I foot niam,e 'i'ov ten 'Fox, Urookings, ?Miitlur, Jatne Tayh.r. J|.,nv Howard, Cleveland |; l>o?lge, A. ! ranks, Nicholas Murrav Artiiur William Frasier, and 1'.rowa Scott. j'^ appeal w:.s as follov. s. "The greatest Interest of the State.- a.- a free nation is to repr.-scnt worthily before tho world the nrinei I tobert IJutler, James L'nited MBPManBSBCTamHB??BETI Sprains To pet prompt relief from pain ?to remove the soreness and re duce the swelling?apply SLOAN'S LINIMENT the antiseptic reinedv that'g fino for bruises, cuts, burns, and scalds. Mrs. H. B. Sprinjrer, 9J1 FlorA St., hiiziiIk-tli, N. J., writes: "I fill and wprained ray mm ami was in terrible l?iin until told lo use Slonn's I.ini lucnt. it took all the pain away, anil now I can use my arm and hand ricain." At dealers. Price 25c., SOc. A $1.C0 Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc., Boston, Mass EaCTmBgCTT^..r^vr^gi?^.-r^ (lumber l v"c,r t-"""" WE HAVE IT! Montague Mfg. Co. LUMKIOIl A\I) MILIiWOHK, (Hiiro, Vards and Factory: o?ic| Street and Itelt Line, PARkER*S m HAIR BALSAM gltuml ?.ixl bMOtiflsi th? PrornoUB ? lcxarl?nl (Tovth. Tail* to ItMtore Orajr n?ir to lt? YovthAd Color. Preventa hnlr falllnr. (Or. wn-ljl.WfttflnirrUt*. Saturday a Day of Extraordinary Value Giving in the Men's Section 10 dozen Mnn's Kino Wliltn Madras Pajamas, wItli silk frog: beautifully made. Saturday only. Sale (I?-| AQ prlco <100 do/.on Men's 15c t'ollars, l-ply and hand-made, in nil the wanted styles and sizes, from 1VJU to 18; also in quarter. PC sizes; (> to a l>?x, for OOC Do not associate this sale of collars with a job lot of soiled or imperfect collars, for such is not the case, as every collar is perfect in every respect. 50c 50 dozen Men's 75c Fine Percale Shirts, full cut, fast colors and well made. Saturday sale price. Men's Host Lisle Web Suspenders, with calfskin ends and brass trimmings; 50c value JmitJKj Men's 12Vfer all pure Linen Hemstitched Hamlker- Ql/ ^ chiefs. Saturday sale price *7/2**' Men's Fine Silk Finished Lisle Hose, in tan, navy, black and gray. Saturday sale pric<\ pair for OUC/ We will offer you the choice to-day of any Bath Robe in our stock for S?2.0H. Those sold from $4.'J8 to Only about fifteen in the lot. Many other groat values await the thrifty buyer iu this up-to-the-minute men's department of ours. plf-s of civil and religious 1 il>?*rtami 1 tin; public ollieiency :m<i well-being j which these principles develop, and i thereby to promote the adoption of r.ho j principles the world over. ?'This is of groat. material, as well , as of great moral. Interest. In com- ; parlson with this large Interest, the j interest of the United States in its t coastwise vessels sinks Into Insignifi cance. "My securing the lepeal of that part i of the act of Congress on the Panama j Canal which provided for the exemp- | tion of the coastwise vessels from the | payment of tolls, the American people | would embrace a precious opportunity | to prove that they understood their highest interests and recognisto their duty t<> promote interests for the bene !it of mankind." OBITUARY 1'iineriil of Mrs. W. >1. Foster. fSpecial to Ti:e Times-1Mspatch.] :erbiksburg. Va., .March 13.?The remains o! Mrs W. M. Foster, who <1 i???! h< re at the Mary Washington Hos pital. after a brief illness of pneumonia, will b ? taken to-morrow t<> iier former homo, ir. Fairfax oCunty, where inter ment will 1 < made ir. the family bury ing ground. i I'uenrnl of Tliomnn I,re Moore. f Special to Tin- Times-Dispatch. ] <'hristiansburg, Va., March 1 ?!?The funeral services of Thomas Lee Moore, o! ,? of Virginia's most prominent at torneys and State chairman of the Progressive party, whose death oc curred in Koanoko on Wednesday. were held here at 11 o'clock this morning In St. Paul's Methodist Church, conducted i.y lU'V. J. II. Wells, of Trinity Meth- ! odis:i Church, Itoanokc, and He v. I,. Hammond, of this place The act vc pallbearers were Allen I. Hnrless and <;ec!ge W. Wilson, of Christiansburg; S-tniUel IL Hose, C. A Woodrum, Hoy I;. Smith, S. W llairston, K R Fair tax and K. Q. Mosby, of lloanoke. The j ,-ervices at the grave were In charge I ot the Masonic Lodges of this place j and Koanoke. j i Jolin K. Oliiifter. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] 1 Fredericksburg. Va., March 13.? i ."oli!. F~. dinger, a prominent citizen or ] Fauquier County, died at his home. I age 1 sixty-tlve years He married Miss Louise Ashby, daughter of the late M. T. Ashby, who survives him with two ' , tons and three daughters. He had been deputy treasurer of Fauquier County for twenty years, and was at ; one time a candidate for sheriff, re ceiving a large vote. Cameron Witherspoon. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Greensboro. X C., March 13.?Cjiti erori Witherspoon, n well-known busi n, ss man of this city and for many years engineer of the North Carolina! ? lailroad, died at St. Leo Hospital to day at ! o'clock, aged sixty-eight years. ' He is survived by his widow, one son, J .1 Witherspoon. and one daughter. Mrs. D. A. .Summers, of Durham. He i was born in Orange County and m- : t> red the railroad service when a boy. | 5!i? was a prominent fraternity man, and j tin. local council of locomotive en - t tiinecrs bears his name. .fume* 1'llniorr Dulane). [Special to The Times-Dispatch.1 Stanardsville Va., March 1".--.lames Fllmorc Oulaney, <>f Greene County | tiled on Wednesday morning at his j home, near Quinque, following an ! operation for gangrene. The funeral ; .'as held yesterday at - o'clock at lilsj home, Kev. J. I!- I.avinder, of Hie ! Methodist Church, conducting the fu- j lieral service. Mr. Dulaney was a farmer and made his farm one of the most productive in the county. Together with gre-'t en ergy he combined good business ability and no man in the countx mijoyed to a greater desi^ee the eohtiu. nco of the people. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Mr. Dulaney was sixty-two years old. He was a son of the late John Dulaney, and the las', of his fam ily to die. He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Alice Wilholt before her marriage, four sun.', Charles tj. and Alvin T Dulanev, itu<kcrsvMle mer chants; .fahn and Cary Dulaney. ind one daughter, Mrs. Ilosa Ott, of Har risonl urg. Colonel Peter 11 nl est on. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] Martinsville, Va., March 13.- Colonel' Peter llairston. an edd and honored , citizen of the Martinsville neighbor- j hood, died at his home m ar heio at >'< | o clock this morning, after an illness; of two weeks with pneumonia. Colonel llairston was a Confederate! soldier. lie entered the army as 1 ??u- j tenant-colonel of the Twenty-fourth , Virginia Infantry and served through- | out the war. He was badly wounded ' at Williamsburg, Va.. May, lJtOU. lie J represented his senatorial district In I the State Senate toi several teiins In tlie seventies. Colonel Halrntoii was a DEATHS JACKSON.?Died, at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. i Jackson, S25 West Heigh, MISS I GUAC13 M. JACKSON, at *:4f> P. M., March 13. Funeral notice later. New. York and Washington papers please copy. IN MEMORIAM YOUNG.? In sad hut loving remem brance of <>in- dear daughter, MAHICL CLAItt YOUNG, who died three years ago, March 13, 1911. - Dearest Mabel, thou hast left up, Left the home you loved so well. Hut we hope some day to meet you, Where no farewell tears are shed. Hv her parents, W. 10. YOtJNG AND WIFE. member of the Kpisoopal Church for many years. Ills wife preceded him to the Krnvo several years hko, and he leaves! no children, hut Is survived by several nieces and nephews Ho was seventy-nlno years old. The fune-al will take place from his late residence to-morrow morning, and interment will ho in Oak wood Cemetery here. Mrs. Catlirrlnr A. Similiters, TSpeclal to The Times- Dispatch.) Cape Charles. Va., March 13.?.Mrs. Catherine A. Saunders, nged seventy years, wife of John II Saunders, died at her home at Machipongo this nfter noon. .She had been In bad health for several years Funeral services will 1 e conducted to-morrow morning at I er home, and her remnlns will t??> sent to Snow Hill, Mil., for burial. She is survived l>y iier husband and three children. I)r. Alexander II. Ilullrr. f Special to The Times - Dispatch. 1 Wyth? ville. \'a., March 13.?Dr. Ale\ ander II. Haller died at his residence last niuht at i'J o'clock, in the eighty ti-st year of his age. He was born in Wythevllle. and ivas for many years engaged In the drug business here, lie is survived by i??ur sons, Charles D., of Hiuelleld; Pr. John P.. of Poca hontas: Dr. Jake V.. ot' Wythovllle, and I?r. William 11., of Portsmouth, and tliie?- daughters, Mrs \V II. Kwaid, of Portsmouth; Mrs. H. M. Wolfenden and Miss Nannie Haller, of Wythovllle. FOURTEENTH BBIDE j AT WHITE HOUSE Formal Announcement of En gagement of Miss Fleanor Wil son to Secretary' McAdoo. * ?DATE OF WEDDING NOT SET I | | _ ~ " ^ i Washington Society Not l.'nprc-j pared for News, and Looks for June Ceremony. Washington, March 13.?"The Presi-j : dent and Mrs. Wilson announce the i enKaRfmPnt of their youngest daugh- J ter, Kleanor Randolph. to Hon. William CI libs McAdoo." Tills announcement ! was issued at tho Whito House by Sec retary Tumulty to-tiitrhf. after a day | of speculation in capital, official ami ' ; society circles over the prospects for | another White House weddinK In June. For weeks there have been rumors that the President's daughter and the Secretary of the Treasury would he tuarrh'd soon, and in the past day or two then? has been no denial that an announcement could be expected. The exact date of the wedding is not known. ! but It generally Is believed it will he , in June. There has boon extraordinary Int'T I est in the entrnKrement atnonfr ofMcials i and friends tnado by ijoth Mint Wilson and the Cabinet officer durlnir the year they have been in the capital The youngest of the family, Miss Kleanor. is waid to be her father's pet. and there j , Is a strong pe rsonal friendship between I tho 1'rosldent and the man who is to I wed his daughter. Reports that Secretary McAdoo would retire from the Cabinet after his tnnrrlaxe, and perhaps become am bassador to France, were set at rest | to-nlpht bv White House officials, who i emphatically said that ho was expect- ] ed to remain at the head of the Trca i sury Department. j Miss Wilson will be the fourteenth White House br!<le, and the second of President Wilson's dauphtef* to wed In the nation's executive mansion. Her sifter. Miss Jessie Woodrow Wil | son. became Mrs. Francis Howes Sayre j In tho Kast Room on November -5 last. Washington society has not been al tnpether tinprepareil for the news of i the entrnpement, for the couple h.five been seen tocrethcr at many a dance land social function. ThotiRh Secretary McAiUio Is lifty years old and Miss j Wilson Is twenty-four, intimate friends of the secretary to-day said ho i is "as young as a matt of thirty." lie is fond of tennis and outdoor sports, and played tennis often on th'e White | House courts with Miss Wilson last ' spriiip: and fall Miss Wilson is ath Si'hwnrmlilld I trot tiers. Sterling Silverware This store lias morited a repu tation as being loaders In tho respective departments of U.i business. When tho purchase of a piece of Silver is discussed, tho estab lishment of Sehwor/.sehUd looms llrst in mind. Schwarzschild Brothers Ilichmond's Leading Jewelers, Second and ilroad St.s. letlc, a (,'do.l horsewoman, and dellnhtg In outdoor life. (.'lose; friends of the couple have known of tho engagement for somo time. Cnr iiml Wnson In Crush. fSpecial to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Karmvllle, Va., March 13.? \V. J. Bur ton arid his three companions had a narrow escape last night, when he ran his automobile into a wagon, which was standing on tho side of tho new concrete road south of Farmville. The uiiirhine was badly damaged. A farm house was ncar-liy. and physicians wero summoned t?< attend the; Injured, and another machine hurried to the scene to tiring them to town. Mr. Burton says he was running a? a moderato rate of speed, and that when he saw the wagon on a curve lie applied tho emergency brakes, which failed to ope rate, thus making the accident unavoid able. Itarrlette?M alien. I [Special to The Times-Dispatch.7 Fredericksburg, Va., March 19.? i Willie i. Hawlettc anil Mias Bernlca Welch Mullen, both of King Georgo I County, were united in marrlago yos j tcrday at tho parsonage of Ilanover ! Baptist Church, In that county, Hev. A. W. Graves performing the cere I motiy. 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