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THE PEOPLES CHOICE
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wlll bo largely mad up from tho rnnks
6f married people, there belng only a fow
exceptlons'ln tho caso of very intlmato
A feature of tho occaslon wlll bo tho
gontlemon present, who wlll eschew the
delights of thelr ciubs nnd of each other'B
Bociety for one ovonlng nnd revlvo tho
ntmosphero of several docades ago, when
no entertalnment was considered complete
without a proper Infusion ot the gallant
SoSid South Table.
Tho chalnnun of the Solld South tablo
nt tno Confederato Bazaar is Miss Mlnnio
Itaughmnn; the alternato/'MIss Ellzabclh
F. Townes; the treasurer, Miss Isotlno
Tho commltteo Ineludes. Miss Nannlo
R. Hcth, of Washlngton, D. C. Mrs.
Frank T. Crump. Mrs. T. M. Bmerson,
Miss Isabella Maury, Mrs. Robert Whlto,
of West Point, Va.; Miss Julla Gould
man. Miss Eleanor Trce, Mrs. Chileb
Ferrall, Mrs. W. XV. Read, ot New York,
aml Mrs. Norman V. Randolph.
The members of the JunJor Hollywood
Memorlal Association are: Mtsses Anna
Boykln, Nollio Boykln, Annie Grey, Lella
Grey, B&bbIo Hlll. Lella Hlll, Annie
Blnnkonshlp, Carolino Holladay, Maude
McKer.ny, Mary Baugliman, Cloveland
Randolph. Nora Randolph, Annie Maury,
Winfred Crenshaw, Grace Cunningham,
Annie Jacobs, Helen "ttlnn. Misscs Nash,
ICato Chrlstlan, Amy Lyell, Ellls Glenn,
Matllda Jones, Annie Carlton. Nellle
Sponcc, Lucy Atkinson, Miss Kidd, Mra.
Georgo Tower and Mrs. Alfred Cary.
Those dlrectlng the Callfornia nnncx to
tho Solld South table are: Mrs. Sldney
M. Van Wyck, Miss N. C. Van Wyck.
Miss Lucy Harrlson, Miss Susic Harrlson
and Miss Ellon Gulgon.
Lidies assistlng durlng difTerent "*1ays
of the bazaar are Mrs. 'Wllllam Meade
Olarke, Mrs. Addlson Holladay. Mrs. W.
Chase Morton, ".[rs. Thomas Jeffresa.
Mrs. Mann S. Valentlne, Mrs. Thomas
B. 3*o'.?.:'Mrs. Gordon Wallaco, Mrs. Ed
win P. Cox, Mrs. T. Crawford Read. Mrs.
Georgo A. Lyon. Mrs. WJIiiam M-rCuo,
IMrs. Mary Walden, MIsses Ellzabeth
Rowland, Dcila Tompklns, Nellle Tomp
kins, Ellon Blalr, Marlo Llghtfoot, Sallle
Yimborlako. Lucy Christlan. Margaret
Wlnn, Roberta Ellorson, Helen O'Ferrall.
Julla Bldgood, Bcsale Seldcn. Dalsy
Qhamberlayno. Metn Randolph, . Carlle
Mlnor. Mary Drake. Mary Mcultoti, Char?
lotte Miller, Anna Purcell. Mary Drewry.
Sue Grny. Bebecca Walker, Mary Hayes.
Helen Harrls, Della Page, Rosalle Jones.
"iatherino Watklns, Jean Knox, Llly Pe
gram Josephlne Knox, Mattle Chrlstlan.
Nora Loary, Ashley M. Miller. Katie
Blankenshlp. Kate Ettford. Mary Buford,
Margaret Shields. Adalr Mlnor. Mattle
Mlnor, Mattio Baskervlllo, Mary Ball,
Mary v. Sydnor, Ello Werth. Sara Baugli?
man. Hopo Morgan, Avis Grant, Bcssie
Walden, Helen Tlialhlmer, Flora Anthonv,
Fnnnie MItteldorfer. MIsses Cullen. Page,
Armlstead, Jefrress; Mrs. Sam Cohen, Mrs.
Max Cohen and Mrs. Arthur Lenry.
PJayed With Hearts.
Miss Mary Hart Crenshaw, tho attrac?
tive llttle daughter of Mr. and Mra. Mer- ?
ritt W. Crenshaw. of No. 1401 Grovc
Avenue, entertalned a number ot her
juvenilo frlends for n game ot "progres
Bive hearts" last Friday evenlng. Seven
tables played. tho first and second prizes
belng a handsomo hand-embroldered
htmdkerchlef nnd a Gllbert head. Toung
ladles pinying wero Miss Carrle Ren
nolds, Miss Page Royall, Miss Elsle
Llndsay, Miss Gcrtrude Taylor, Miss
Mary Aylett, Miss Roso Archer, Miss
Gracio Neal, Miss Resslo Ryland, Miss
Julla Joynes, Miss Besslo Jackson, Miss
Rachc-1 Urquhart, Miss Carlle Mlnor, Miss
Juiiet Kelth. Miss Meta Randolph, Miss
Anita Cussens, Miss Borkeley Hooff,
Miss Lora Crvrnp, Miss Floyd Taylor,
Mlsa Mary Day Wlnn, Miss Fredcrica
Lcake, Miss Mary Butler. Miss Fannle
nnd Miss Warfield Crenshaw, Miss Hen
rictta Runyon, Miss Mary Crump, Miss
Martha Martln, Miss Emlly Hooft, Miss
Lottle McElroy and Miss Juliot Martin.
After the gamo n dalnty supper was
served, the pretty heart device belng car
rled out in cakes, Ices and decorations.
The Riehmond German.
The last cotillon given by tho Riehmond
German Club thls season wlll be danced
ln the Mnsonlc Temple to-morrow even?
lng. Tho pace wlll be set.by the fol
lowing programme, whlch Professor Thl
low's Orchestra will play:
Two Stop.In rjlxlo Land
-March.Tho Amerlcan Eaglo
Wultz....Tho Good Old Summor Tlmo
March.The Drummcr Boy
Owo Stcp.Tho Seat of Soclety
Mnrc?.Aid de Camp
Two Step.Llttlo Boy in BIuo
Ma"'cn.Under, tho Double Eaglo
MnrcIL'..Tho Bacholor Mald
Tw0 ftop.rtn, Ballc,
Jwo Step. Voli Boola
March.On Tho Turf
Mrs. Marrlott's Tea.
A pretty nftair of last Tiiosday after?
noon was tho tea given by Mrs. Wllllam
MclClm Marrlott, of No. UUi park Ave,
nuu, In honor nf Miss Mary Nash Saun?
dors, of Norfolk.
Mrs. Marrlott received wlth Mlsa
?Saundors unil Miss May Morriuon. Tlio
color Hclicmo waa artlstlcaily dovolopod
ln prlmsrin uhfidos, wn-xen tapers, flowera
and palms. Mrs. Bland Spotswood
Smlth Borved punch, nnd Miss Holon
Morrlson chocolato, Young ladlos us
Blstlng wero Miss Dalsy Cliambeilayno.
MIsses Cnrrlo and. Rona Carlton and
tholr guest, and Miss Bossle Hunter.
As Lent appronohos ovorythlng posslblo
to bo HocompIiHhed In a aoclnl wuy is
crowdod lnto Monday nnd Tuesday of
tho present weo]$. Among tho pleasant
oplsodea of to-morrow wlll bo a "sllvor
tea," given in tho homo of Mrs. Adolphus
Blalr, No. 111 North Thlrd Stroet, from
I to 8 o'clock, for tho benot'lt of tho Texaa
The tea Ia Inforinal. No Invltatlons
havo boen Issued, but Mrs. Blalr hopes
lt Me Ucx frlouda and all >vho ara j,>.
lorostod In the succoss of the Texas ta?
blo. Tho rcception hours have been ex
tonded so that gentlemen can call wlth
Red and white wlll prevall ln the color
Bchemo of decoratlon and Mrs. Blalr wlll
bo aslsted ln the servlng ot refreshments
by tho young ladles of tho Texas Com?
mlttee: Mlss Nancy Cooke, Mlss Char?
lotte Yongo, Miss Mary Drewry, Mlss
Agnes McCarthy, M1ss Edlth Jones, Mlss
Marianno Mcade, Mlss Stanloy Atkins,
Jllss Bowe, Mlss Janie Wlngo, Mlss Ella'
Blnford, Mlss Suslo Harrlson. MIbb
Amella Coalter and Mlsses Bridges.
Theso young ladles wlll bo gowncd in
red and whlto.
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Tho Mlsslsslppl Ttable Commlttee hav0
sont out fho followlng very . originai
Invltatlons for the Mardl Gras chlldren'n
party to take place between the hours of
3 and C o'clock to-morrow afternoon:
Won't you come to our Mardl Gras?
contaln prlsos, Uttle ^eoplo wlll pln
hatchota on theso treos ln enjicr com?
petltlon for chnrrlofl nnd prlr.es, Tho
ladlos will welcomo tho chlldren and
promoto thtrtr onjoymont by evory pos
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Next Thursday, Fobruary 20th. at 4
o'clock P, M? In the Jefforaon Club Mlsa
Mlru Blalr wlll glvo one o I) r le
leoturos on "Vonlco"?a subject whlch
wlll brlng out Mlss Dlalr's woll known
powers of descrlptlon nnd draw upon her
storo of trndltlon and romnnco, to say
nothlng of hor art loro.
Beglnnlng wlth March 6th, /Mlss
Aiinspaugh wlll glvo a sorloa of locture
reodlngs,boforo tho club. The flrst ro.ul
Ing wlll bo from tho poems of Sldnoy Ln
nlcr, tho second from Eugcno Fleld s
pooms, tho third nnd the fourth from tho
poems of Robert Brownlng,
Locturo readlng Is a now foaturo In tho
lltorary clrcles of RIchmond. Evidontly
a useful futuro nwalts such work.
Mlss Aiinspaugh has devcloped thls
plan as a means of brlnglng her au
dlenco Into sym.iathy wlth tho poet by
lecture, nnd under tho dlrect lnfluonco of
hls thought by readlng hls poems,
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Under tho ausplcos of Mrs. John B.
Llghtfoofs Circle of Klngs Daughters
and for the beneflt of tho Free Klnder?
garton nnd Day Nursory, Mlss Marla
Blalr wlll dollver a lecturo on the "Llfe
and Legcnds of the Madonna" at the
Woman's Club on Friday, March Gth, at
3 P. M. After tho lecture a delightful
muslcal programme wlll bli rendcred by
a sclect quartette, wlth MIbs Mamle Har?
rlson as aoprano and Miss Frances Dlggs
an contralto. Several Ave Marios will be
sung. and by rcquoBt some ot tho old
Scotch and Engllsh ballards.
Parents of Mlss Wlllle Smoot'a
music class and a few intlmate
frlends reeelved speclal ploasure from a
plano recital glven by tho class Frlday
evenlng ln tho hon?s of Miss Smoot,
Bolng an organlst the number of Mlss
Smoot's puplls is necessarlly llmlted. The
tovo of tho classlcs, whlch she has In
stllled, however, the llne technlque,
phraslng and memorizlng shown as the
result of her Instructlon, sneak volumes
for her proflclency as an artlst capnble
of toaching tho highest forms of muslcal
Those who played w^ro Mlsses Alma
MISS ANNIE LOUISE REINHARDT.
All your playmates will be there,
So wo send thls to Invite you,
And we promlso you fun to sparo.
It will be at the "Mount Yernon,"
213 East Franklln Street,
From the hours of Three to SIx,
It will be ono solld Treat.
So look below and flnd the date,
We'll let you walk or take a car,
And say, please, to thoso who ask,
"It's to beneflt the Confederate Bazaar."
Tho chlldren wlll flnd abundant amuse
ment in ihe carnlval features of tbe en
tertalnment, partlcularly in the throwing
A colonlal blrthduy reception wlll be
glven Monday, February 23d, at 8:30 PT
M? by tho Lndlos' Ald Soclety of Grace
Eplscopal Church, ln tho Sunday-school
The colonlal fenturc wlll be,cnrrled out
in decoratlons, costumes and refresh
ments, revlving tho most pIcturesquQ and
beautiful perlod ln Vlrginia's history,
when tho women wore nll slntely aud
splondld nnd tho men woro all gallant
Ladles lnto whose skllful hands tho
wurk of docoratlon has been lntrtistod
nre: Mrs. W. K. Mnrtln, Mrs. M. L.
Harrlson, Mlss Iza Smlth, Mlss Abble
Crenshaw, Mlss L, Plummer, Miss A.
Plummor and Mlss Jones. The colonlal
colora. blue and -yellow, wlll a; pe r
ln yellow shados, wax tapors, bluo rlb
bons and Jonqulls.
Guests wlll be recolved by Mrs, Robert
Pngo Grymes, Mrs, Landon Mason, Mrs,
F. T. Boykin, Mrs. A. 13 Jordan, Mrs.
Robert aroon, Mrs. G. M. Wllson nnd
Mlss Allco Leigh. Those who have
charge uf tho oiitertnlninent for the
evonlng?Mrs. W. S. Murray, Mrs. W.
R. Phillilps, Mrs. A. N. Whlto, Mrs. M.
W Crenshaw, Mrs, J. F. Mnsm JI s
Loulsa Lolgh and Mlss Rena Bnrgamln?
havo nrmngod an approprlate and do
llghtful muslcal programme. In whlch
i-rofessor F. E, Coaby, a mulo chorus
from tlio church cholr, Mlss Mary Hurt
Cronshow, Mr T, Cllnton Waymack, M'ss
Lllllan Taylor, Mlss Annle L. Relnhnrdt
and Mrs. Jonnlo .Yoamons, wlll nppear.
Rofroslimonts will bo servqd under tho
supoi'vlslon of Mrs. C. B, Stnuy, Mrs. T.
A. Branilor, Mm, J, W, Rellly, Mrs, J.
R. Wheat. Mrs. Wllllam Arohor. Mrs.
M. L. Wallaeo und Mlss Laura Warren,
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On Monday afternoon from 4 to 0
o'clock tho Ladles' Ald Sooloty wlll glvo
a uhei-ry troo ontertalnmont for chlldren.
Two boautiful treea, whlch must havo
boon modojod after tho ono on whlch
llttle George Washlngton used hls hatoh.
?et, wlll boar cbwrles, eaob, ono of wl-lcli,
Cecil, Miss Mary Day Wlnn, Mtss Lottio
McElroy. Mrs. Cary Doran Wingfteld,
Miss Ida Loulse Smoot, Mlss Nellle Walk?
er, Mlss Elizabeth Wlnn and Mlss Mary
Selections were from Beethoven, Chopin,
Bachman, Gounod, Streabbog. Rummell,
Llchner. Bach, Rubensteln, Godard and
Tho flnal contest between those who
mado the hlghest score at the "Whlst
Tournament" for tho Kentucky tablo
was played at No. 202 East Maln Streot
Thursday evenlng. Two of the couples
who made top score at the tournament,
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Wellford and
Mr. and Mrs. Falrfox Montague, wero
not present". PInyers Inoluded Mr. and
Mrs, Wllmer, Mr. Jackson Guy and Mrs.
John Hunter, Mlss Florence Tyler and
Mr. Fred Valentlne, Mr, I-J. A. Wllliams
and Mlss Mary Jones, Mrs. Brock and
Mlss Morson, Mrs. Ben Palmer and Mlss
Ltilio, Mlss Furguson and Miss Adele
Wllliams, Mrs. Guest and Mrs. Waddill.
A splrlted gamo resulted in a tle be?
tween Mrs. Palmer and Mlss Ltilio Wll?
liams, Mlss Ferguson and Miss Adole
AVllllams. At tho drawlng whlch was
nocessltatcd, Lhe whlst buittons woro won
by Mrs. Palmer and Mlss Lullo Wllliams.
Tho tournament was an entlre success,
and netted a sung sum for tho bazaar
workors at tho Kentucky table.
Mrs, Josoph Bryan, presldent of tho
Confederate Bazaar Assoclatlon, requests
a moetlng of the Exeoutlvo Commltteo
ot tho Assoclatlon Monday at 12 o'clock
In tho homo of Mrs. Stephon Putnoy, No.
.21 Wost Franklln Street.
Tho Exocutlvo Commltteo Is composod
of tho followlng ladles: Mrs, N. V. Rnn
dolpli, Mrs. Archer Anderson, Mrs, J.
Taylor Ellyson, Mrs. Btephen Bovorldge,
Mrs, E. C. Mlnor. Mrs. B, D. Hotohklss,
Mrs. K. S, Wlnn, Mrs. J, Enders Rob?
lnson, Mlas Baughman, Mlss Eleanor
Tree, Mlsii Isolino Mosos and Mrs. Edgar
A Beautiful Reception.
Captaln and Mrs. Louls Morrlman, of
the Unlted States army, gave a beautiful
rocoptlon at tholr home In Wnshlngton
lnst Thursday ovenlng in honor of M'ss
Ruhy Bodekor. The drawlng rooms wore
beautlfully deoorafcd ln plnk nnd palms,
Mrs. Merrlam reeelved ln n plnk sllk
wlth over-drcss of Manlln tlssue, worn
wlth diamonds; Mlsa Ruby Bodeker, tn
plnk peau de sole and cut stool trlmmlngs
Mrs. Frank Hood Schultss, tn blaok
pcau de solo, wlth llght bluo appllque and
dlamonasj Mrs, Robert Ahlor, of Long
Iflaiid, formerly Mlaa_I. oleu Kompor, o_
Virglula. iu whlto sllk and laco; Miss
I'lmmii Clark, ln whlto orepa and laco.
Those prosont wero Captaln Louls M.r? '
Thn Instant n. chllly sonsatlnn ls folt, nsn
Dr. HimiphrcyB1 ." Sovonty-sovon," nnd
tnko Homii form or gontlc oxorciso untll
porsplrntlon ls Inducctl, Thls wlll break
up your Coltl.
Tho norsistont! uso of "77" hreaks up
OoldH that lmng on---Grl|).
Humphroys' Homoopathlc Medlclne Co..
Cornor Wllllam and John Htreets, N'ow
rlam, Major-Oenoral Morrlnm and Mrs.
Merriam, Captaln nnd Mrs. Conquest
Clark'. Mrs, R, A, Burnham, Captaln and
Mrs. Stophen Miller Foot. Hrlgadler-Gcn
efal and Mrs. Glllosple, Major nnd Mrs,
"H. T. Gnllagher, Captaln nnd Mrs, S. J.
Mulhnll, Mnjor and Mrs, Henry Oreeno,
Captaln and Mra. Chamborl.-ilno, Mr. Shon,
ehargo d'affalres of Ohina; Mr. Wu, nc
phew ot Mlnlster Wu, of tho Chlnese lo
getlon; Mr, Wlng Shem Haw, of the Chl?
nese legatlon; MIssob Walls, of tho Span
Ish logatlon; General and Mrs. Thomas
Truo, Senator and Mrs. Alger, Congress
man and Mrs. Blshop', Brigadler-Gonoral
and Mrs. Wood, Surgeon and Mrs, Ban
nlster, Mrs. Fred Dennett, Miss Uurtln,
MIsses Dapray, Miss Peachy, Miss Lella
Peaohy, Dr. Alrs, Mr. IL Campbell, Mr.
Hamllton, Mr. C Jones. Mr. and Mrs,
John Granger, Captaln and Mrs, John
Webster. Mrs. W. Scott Parks, Major and
Mrs. McNally, Lleutcnant-Colonel and
Mrs. John Van Rensselaer Hoff, Mrs. M.
H. Pratt, Mrs. N. MacLonman, Missos
Joyco, Mrs. Edgar Stevens, Mrs. Frank?
lln Prlndle, Mrs. Mallory, Surgeon Clark.
Miss Bodoker was invlted to Mrs. Rooso
velt's mnslcalo for l'ast Friday aftornoon
from 4 to C o'clock.
Tho commltteo of tho South Carollna
table at tho Confederate Bazaar wlll
meet in the homo of the chalrman, No.
608 East Grace Street, next Tuesday
morning at 11:30 o'clock. Mrs. Eu
bank speclolly roquosts a full meetlng
for tho adjus tment of nocessary and
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Mxs. Archer Anderson. chalrman of
the Vlrglnla table at the Confederate Ba?
zaar for the Davs monument and tho
Confederato Musoum, has called a com?
mltteo meetlng of thit table for Tues?
day, February 2ith. at 11 o'clock. Tho
meetlng wlll be held at No. lo;t West
Franklln Streot to dlscuss buslness of
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The Alabama Committoo is requested
to meet wlth Mrs. J. H. Drake, at
No. 120G Floyd Avenue, next Thursday
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The Confederate Memorial Llterary So?
clety will meet Wednesday at noon.
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Tho Confederato Bazaar Association
will meet Thursday at noon in Lee Camp
VA featuro ot the Bostock benellt to be
given for the Confederate Bazaar Asso?
ciation will be the awardlng of the val?
uable pieces of sllver to be awarded as
prizes for the- handsomest boy and girl of
ten years old or under who may bo pres?
The Judges who wlll award tho prizes
n Ul bo a vetoran from the Senate, one
from the Houso of Delegates and one
from the City Council.
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A meetlng of the Loulslana Table Com?
mltteo will be held Monday next at 11
A. M., in the home of Mrs, Coloman. No.
13 North Fifth Street.
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A meetlng of the commlttee for tho
fancy work booth of tha Confederate
Falr wlll bo held in tho Executlve Mansion
next Monday at 11:30. Mrs. Richardson.
the chalrman of tlie table, desireB a full
The Arkansas Table.
At the request of the Confederate Ba?
zaar Association, somo of the Daughters
of thp Confederacy of Petersburg have
agreed to take ehargo of the Arkansas
table at the forthcomlng Confederate Ba?
zaar ln AprlL Many Riehmond ladles wlll
be associated wlth this < table also, and
the namo chosen for it ls "A Talo of Two
Citles," taken from tho well known work
of Charles Dickens. The souvonlrs will
he beautiful llttle celluiold stamp and car
ticket holders, wlth tho Arkansas coat-of
aniis, The State flower, whlch is the ap?
ple blossom. wlll be lntroduced in some
appropriate way. In connection wlth thls
table wlll bo the checking department,
where all vlsltors can have thelr wraps
ond umbrellas taken caro of whlle they
enjoy, unencumbered, the pleasures of the
Bazaar. The ladles connected Wlth tihe
Aikansas booth aro the followlng:
Mrs. Robert T. Meade, chalrman; Mrs.
Deeatur Axtell alternato; Mrs. W. N.
Hamlet, treasurer; Mrs. M. Louise Harrl?
son, secretary; Mrs. Robert L. Watson,
Mrs. W. L. Veaable, Mrs. D. A. Weislger,
Mrs. George Cameron, Mrs. Waverly Wil
kins, Mrs. W. Pryor Jones, Mrs. LIzzle
M. Griswold, Mrs. Rosa B. Hlll, Mrs.
M E. Morrison, Mrs. Rlchard C; Scott.
Jr., Mrs. R. E. Blackwell, Mrs. C. Hagen,
Mrs. W. Nelson, Mrs. Gordon McCabe,
Jr., Mrs. Georgo Bryan, Mrs. George
Cooper, Misses Lco, Lathrop, Wallace.
Camp. Conner, Clarko, Martln. Barksdale,
Mosely, Carr, Lancaster, Wright, Flsher.
Chumberlayne, Evans, Finnoy, Crutchfleld,
Jones. Cunningham, Gwathmcy, Cooper,
Hagan, Weislger. Blackwell, Vdnable, Ro
per and othefs.
On Monday nlght, tho 23d, a progresslve
euchre party will be given in Petersburg
nt the Gentlomen's Club Houso for tho
bimeflt of thls tablo. at which the prizes
nnd scoro cards wlll bo ln accord with
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The parlors of Mrs. Massle's home, No.
2731 East Broad Street. whero o Confed?
erate receptlon wlll be held Fobruary
24th from 8 to 11 P. M.. for tho benellt of
tho Georgla tnblo, will be beautlfully
decorated in the Confederate coiors, red
and whlto rlbbons extending from tho
chandellers to the flngs grouped ln the
cornors of tho room, red shades and red
and whlte candles making tho rooms bril?
liant wlth color. In the dinlng room red
carnatlons wlll rest on lace, over red
Mesdames Masslo, Snelllngs, Boasley,
Hughes, Richardson, Blllups, Chrlstlan,
Liver 111 s.
Save Your Money.
One box of Tutt's Pllla w!tl mv<
many dollars ln doctora' blU*
They will Burely cure ?U di>easei
of the atouiach, liver or oowels,
No Reckless Assertiou,
Por aiclt headache, dyspepsla,
ualnrla, constipatlon aad biliou*
less, a millioti people ondorM
Harwood nnd Hlrfdlck, thorecolvlng pnrly.
win bo nssisted by MIbbcs Mary and
Marlo Ciirtla. Miss Nannlo Mlllor, Ml.s
Vlda Chnlkloy, Mlss IIosslo French, Mlss
Ednn Bnrbour, Mlss Jruilc Powers, Mlss
Rosn Mnyer, MIhs Mabel Dobblns. Mlsa
Francos McKovItt, Mlss Allce Goodwln.
MIsb LUIIo Atlco. Mlss Jtillot Woody, Mlss
Graoc Snhnrmorhorn, Mlss Jultot Waddy
and others. Mlss Kate Puller wlll reolte
nnd a muslcal progrnmmo -wlll bo ron
Mlss Loworeo, ot Maryland, who has
boen yisltlng Mrs, Samuel Regoster, on
West Franklln 8troot, left yesterday for
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Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Bowman wlll onter
taln thelr frlends Informnlly ln honor of
thelr sllver annlvcrsnry, at tholr resi
donce. Fourth Avenuo and Logan Street,
Chestnut Hill, Thursday evenlng, Fobrus.
nry 26 th, from 8 to U:30.
Mlss Bevlln, who has boen lately tour
Ing Europe, will arrlve In RIchmond thls
woek, to bo the gucst of Miss Dalsy Mll?
ler. MIsb Bevlln's fnthor ls a wealthy
and Inllucnlal Canadlan.
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Mlss Mary L, Harrlson, who sang In
Trlnlty iiarlah house, Portsmouth, laat
wcok, dellghted hor nudlonce. The Nor?
folk Vlrglnlnn-Pllot, ln speaklng of Miss
"Mlss Harrlson sang dcllghtfully. Hor
performance would have won apprectatlon
on a molropolltan Btnugo and from tho
most captlous critlcs."
Mlss Harrlson -was asslsted by Mr. Ire
dol| Jenklns and Mr. Charles Borjes, of
Norfolk. Her aeeompanlst was Mr. Shep
hord Wobb, ot thls olty,
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Mrs. W. A, Crenshaw. of No. 1601 Han?
over Streot, wlll Ibsuo lnvitatlons this
week for an "at homo." to be glven next
Tuesday from 5 to " P, NL. In honor of
Mrs. Charles Brown Locke, of Combrldge,
Mass.. who wlll bo her gruest at that
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Tho Katherlne Rldge-wny Concert Com?
pany wlll glvo an erttertolnment In tho
Y. M. C. A. hall Saturday evenlng. Feb?
ruary 28th, for the bonoflt of tho Church
Hlll branch ot tho Soclety for tho Pre
ventlon of Cruelty to Anlmals. A most
charmlng programme wlll be presented
by Mlss Katherlno' Ridgeway. recltntlon
Ist: Mlss Agnc^'C. Farrell. ptanlsf, Mr.
Percy E. Hunt, baritonc, and Slr. Goorgo
W. Jenklns, tenor. ...
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Mrs. Charles E. Lefew gave Frlday ev_?
ning, in honor of hor guest, Mlss" Dalsy
Moody Ellett, of Hanover, a_n "artlst par?
ty." Jliss Harwood and Mlss Waddey
won the prizes for best drawlng. for the
ladles, and Mr. Prlddy, the gentleman's
prlze.x Among the guests wero: Qlieses
Emmle Thomas. Essio Philllps. Mary
Louise Harwood, Helen Waddey, Alllne
Lefew. Dalsy Moody Kllett; Messrs. Cash
ln, Prlddy, Weaver, Russell, Archer, Dt.
Terrlll, Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Thompson and
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Harwood.
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Mrs. Vest, oC Ashland. who has been
ivlslting Mrs. C. E. Lefew, left for
Waynesboro on February 4th, and from
thero she wlll go to Nowport News and
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Mlss Nannlo Holladay, of Rapldan. Is
vlsltlng her cousln, Mlss Carollne Holla
day. at No. 315 West Franklln Street, for
a week or two. ^
Much Interest ls holng ninnlfested In
the colonlal tea and lecture whlch wlll
bo glven by the young ladlos of Lau
rel-Streot Methodlst Church on next
Tuesday nlght. Tho pastor, tho Rev.
Dr. H. E. lohnson, wlll make an ad?
dress on "Woman?What Was She Made
For?" Tho." laklnc nart ln the onter
tafnment wlll wear oostumes whloh were
worn during the colonlal perlod.
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Mlss Lizzlo Coles, of Woodville, Albe
marlo county, is vlsltlng Mrs. Thomas
Miss Grace Redd, of South Pine Street.
Is havlng a delightful vlslt In Danville,
enjoylng the charmlng hospitallty of
Mlsses Murrle, on Gray Street.
- Mr. G. H. IVdd, of South Pine 8treet,
leaves to-day to oelehrate Washtngton'B
blrthday wlth frlends In Washlngton.
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Mrs. J, B. Kldd and Mlss Carollne Kldd
are home agaln, and glve most Interesting
occounts of thelr delightful trip to the
Sunny South, havlng v.tsited Florlda, Nas
sau and Havana
Mrs. N. H. Littlo. of Atlanta, Go., ls
vlsltlng her daughter, Mrs. F. J Sflunders,
on Church Hlll.
The tea glven by tho Hebrew Memorlal
Assoclatlon ln Leo Camp Hall Thursday
evenlng for the beneflt of the Confoderato
Bazaar. was a success flnanclally and so
clally. Tho ladles wlsh to express tholr
hlgh appreclatlon of the help glven by
the Muslcal Commlttee, under Mr. Sulll
van's directlon, for coffee glven by tho
Ara'gon Company a-nd for aBBlstance fur
nlshed by others contrlbutlng to the plens
antnosa of the occ_islon.
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Frlends ot Mrs. J. Addison Cooke will
bo glad to learn that sho will soon re?
turn to Rlohmond. She Is detolned ln
Baltlmore by the lllness of her father,
the Rev. Julius Saans, who ls now con
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Mlss Clalre HaxatI Belrne, who Is vlslt?
lng In Baltlmore, will spend several weeks
at Chester, Pa., before returnlng to her
homo In RIchmond, Va.
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Mlss Norton, ot Chicago, who spont
soveral montha In RIchmond at No. 215
East Franklln Street, left Monday for
Norfolk. Mlss .Norton ls collectlng data
for a novol of Southern llfe, whlch sho
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Mrs. Charles T. Norman was a hostess
of laat week at oards In honor of her sls
ter, Mlss Loulso Caboll Lovlng.
Mtb. M. L. Hofholmor, ot No. 1112 West
Avenue, wlll glvo a reception in honor of
Miss Gertrudo Kaufmun, ot Fort Scott,
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Mrs, C. Leo Moore wlll bo tho hostess
at a gamo of ouchro Tuesday ovenlng,
the 24th, glven In honor of hor slstoru,
Mlsses Suste Rhoda and Edna Davls.
She wlll be asslsted by Mrs. Dr. W.
Wytho Davls. Scoro wlll bo kept by
Mastor C. Leo Mooro, Jr. Tho decora
Llons wlll bo in pink and whlto.
A moetlng of tho Hobrew Memorlal As?
soclatlon wlll bo hold Tuesday after?
noon at 4 o'clock to BOttlo up tho busl?
ness lncldent to the toa recently glvon,
Tho ladlos deslro to return thanks to
thoso who so klndly __sslutod them.
Mrs, Robert Carter Nolsan and Mlss
Mary Harrlson entertained tholr card
club most beautlfully at Miss Pltzor's
Truck Farmers Anxlous About Crop
of Early Pens,
(Spoclnl to Tho Tli?i--.DI-l>_t_li.)
YORKTOWN, VA., Fob, _U,-Somo oC
tho truok fnrmora who havo ubout com
pluted seodlng tlio crop of oarly poua havo
exprossod a llttle anxlety ln rognril to
the offoot of the sovero spell of cold
woathor Just past. Tlio ueod hus beon
sown .ust long enough to bocomo ln a
mllky stato, tlm tlme when tho germ lu
just beglnnlng to gostate, and ahould the
frost extend lnto tho earth far enough
tho plant becomos seriously affected and
Dosslbly Ulllod, Thore ln a _,-rc_.t dlver
gonca ot opinion as to the conditlon ot
AU efforts to recovor tho bodlos ot
tho two unfortunuto negro seomen wlth?
in tho past woek or ton days havo been
unitvalllng. Theae two men woro both
knocked ovei'bonrd from thelr vessols by
tho glbblng of a sall tho aocldents ooour
ing wlthin four or tivo jnlloa ot eaoh
other. It Is gonorally conceded here
that tho bodlos havo boen blawn out tln.
rlver by tho heavy northerly wlnds and
oarriod out to bcu by tlio forco ot tlio
Tbo oyster season la reported as qulte
dull just at present?ln faot, planters and
shlppers compluln a great doal of tho dul
noss throughout tho entira season, whlch
haa made tlio market qulte drnsgy. Sev?
eral ot tho planters hava had qulte a
tlme gotting rld ot cargoes shlpped to
The monltor Purltan nnd her tondor,
the Puorlo-, nro tigalii huck In tlio har*
bor. Tkie Lannasler, duo hero ln the
mlddlo of thu weak, haa not urrlvod aa
Mra, Sarah Johnson, inother of the well
kuuwn oystor plauter, Mr. C, A Joliiwon,
la atlll oouitne-d to tho houao wtth glolt
ucms, Mrs. Johnson ls qutte aged,
Tho llquor men havo qulotly acqulesoed
lu tlio result of tho lato local optlon ejeo
tlon, contrary to oplulnns expressed by
aoma of tho antl-whlskoy people, Tho
i.awu Ib dry?drlor than ever. beforo slaco
Ua foundatlon lu 10O0,
MONEV TO LOAN
.10 and upwards loaned on Planos
ami household furniture, on the
bulldlng and loan assoolatlon plan,
which mak-s the cost much leaa
than you pay e ise where, and Ollow
you to pay lt off ln rooathly pay.
mcnts. runnlng from one to twelve
niontha, Qet othors' ratea, then
Tldewater Loan ind Truit Go.
Sulto 33-34. Thlrd Floor,
Morchants' Natlonal Bank Bulldlng,
1103 East Muln Stroet.
H. Y. fOSTCR
lESLie M. fOSTB*
FOSTER & FOSTER
307 North 7th St,
DABNEY & JOHNSTON-SJH
301 E. Broad Sl. (Cor. 3d.)
JUST THINK OF IT 1 ,
ONLY SIX MORE DAYS
and thousands of dollars* worth of Shoea to be disposed
of. We have made another deep cut. This, *we believe,
?will clear out every pair even in this short tlme. Don't
miss this?your last charice.
Chlldron's Shoes. sizes 5 to 8, all
solld, good, honcst wearers; \f\,,
regular prlcos from 50c. to $1, *J"C
Chlldron's Shoes, worth from "il.OO
to $1.25, taken ort of tho hlgh prlced
racks; slzos 81-2 to 12; styles C-fi^,
to sult both boys and glrls.... ?5Vw
800 pairs Boys' Shoes. sizes 21-2 to
61-2, $1.25 grade, two atyle?- Cjn?
satln calf and box graln. OVL
Ladles' Shoes, only a few Cn?
palrs latt, at. OVC
100 pairs of Ladles' Shoes. tho $2,00
and $2.50 grado, sizes broken, d? | -"jfi
styles good1'. *pla^V
Ladles' Hlgh Grade Sltoes, amall
slzoa; the nowost shapes at less
than tho raw material o-1 *rjO
Ladles' Hand-mado Shoes, In Box
Calf, Mat. Kld, "Ideal Kid." Pat. Kid
and Vlcl KJd; nlr.es 1,11-2, 2. 2 1-2,3 and
81-2, B? C., D. and E. wlde; not a
pair worth less than $3.50, and
tho most of them ?4.0O
to $4.50 .i.
Ladles' Shoes, sizes 2, 21-2 and I,
C, O. and E. *vido; worth tf f j>n
double the money..,. -JJl.Uy
100 palrs ot Men's Hlgh Grade
Shoes; thla season's most popular
styles, represcntlng a luxurlousnosa of
oftoct and eleganco of finish, whlch
wlll bo appreclated by lovers of hlgh
art and honost shoe making. N'ot a
pair of these shoes ovor sold for leM
than 83.60.. and thero was never a
better llne mnde even at thls price,
Others sold for 84 and $5: ?*) iO
all now, all leathers. ?p?-.*tO
Men's Shoes, the $2.150and:
83.00 grtules .
Men's Shoes, tho 82.00 and
$2.25 grndes .
Men's Shoes, tho 81.BO and
$1,75 grades .
Men's Shoes, the "U.25 and f\?.r>
$1.40 grades. VOC
Chlldern's Rubbers, 17a,''
Misses' Rubbers, ISo.
Ladles' "Rubbera, 19c
Men's .Rubbers, 39c
Don't waifc tmtilyour size has been sold. JEUnging values lilca
these compel entliusiasm, attract crowds and sat shoppers taUdng
glowingly. Wo havo never offered new goods at such ridicvtlous
prices, See thera for yourselves. EveryfcJaing spofc cash. Noth
ing on approval.
301 EAST BROAD STREET.
Here You Will Find a Complete and Varied
Assorlment of GROQERIES at Asfonishingly
Dunlop's City Mcal, per bushel,
65c; per peck.18c.
Try our Snow Flake Flour, pet
barrel $3.90, per bag. ....25c.
Besf Granulafed Sugar, per pound,. 4 3-4c
Imported Macarohi ? -???.*...6c
White A Sugar, 6 lbs. for.. .25c
Lion or Cardova Coffee, irt i-lb.
Good 2-String Brooms, ioc; 3
5-String Brooms .20c.
Best American Sardines. can. .4c.
i-lb. package Boneless Cod
6 lbs. Large Lump Starch. ..25c,
Fresh Country Butter received
daily . ..20c.
Star or Red Seal Lye, box...4c.
Shoe Polish, large bottles. . ..5c.
Sugar Corn, 7c. can; or 4 cans
Whole Sweet Pickles, qt. ...ioc,
Deviled Ciabs, McMenarruVs
brand. 1 lb. cans, 18, 20 and 30c.
Shells furnished "vvith each, oan.
Califomia Naval Oranges^ per
dozen- 15. 20, 25. and 30c
io-pound pail Preserves, home
made . .......155c,
Blackeye Peas, quart.6c.
New Barley. 6 lbs. for.._25c,
New Carolina Rice, 6 lbs....25c.
Large Irish Potatoes, peck 20c.
Large box Mustard Sardines..6c,
Boston Baked Beans, large cans,
8c.; small cans.J,.",... 4c,
California Lima Beans, 7c; or 4
New Va. Buckwheaf, 4c or 8 pounds for . 2 5c
Large Gans Virginia Tomafoes ? ? ?. 8c
Small Navy Beans, quart. .. .8c.
Arbuckle's Ariosa Coffee, lb..<"4c.
Fresh Country Eggs, dozen 18c.
Large Canned Table Peaches,
per can .....oc.
Try our Green or Mixed Tea,
regular .6oc. kind, now...40c.
Silver King Flour, per bag. .27c.
per barrel .$4.20
Good . Lard, per lb.9c.
Good Salt Pork, per lb.9c.
6 lbs. New-California Prunes..25c.
Smoked, Fresh or Cured Cali?
fornia Hamsj per lb.11c.
Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon* .200,
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, bot?
tle .. .?./...85c,
Blackberry or Catawba Wine,
Four-Year-Old Rye Whiskey,
Johnny Cake Soap, 11'bars,.25ci;
Pillsbury's Vitos, 2 pkgs... 25CJ.
Home-Made Preserves, ln, 5-lb.;
Quart Mason Jars Syrup, Apple-'
Butter or Jellies, each...,ioc\
Big Reduction in Teas; Our Regula.1 60c for 50c Our 50c
for 40c Our 40c for 25c lb.
New Dried Apricots, Peactes or Nectarines, pound , 8c
Large Canned Asparagus, 20c, or 3 Cans for.*. 50c
French Candy, lb.6c
i-lb. cans Chipped Beef. ...15c.
Congress Hall Whiskey, in
quart bottles .";'..80c.
Large bottles Sunset Catsup, 3
Sour Pickles, per gallon.,.,, ,20c.
Dunlop Brcwnstuff or Bran, per
hundred '.S,*,^.*... .,..'*, ? $i*05
Best quality Fla\vCaa?ed .'?a>
mon, 9e., or 3 for .K*....-. .....??o
_:- ? ^"w ;
S. UUman's Soih,
OUR TWO STORES:
1820-1822 East Main Street.
Old 'Phone, 316; New, S09.
506 East Marshall Stveet.
Old and New 'Phones 34.