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O'clock, nnd members aro entitled to two
tompllmenUtry guest tickets, besides their
own admission cards. These, cards can
bo procured from thn janllress at the
Club nfter Monday until tho lime ot the
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Mr. John 11. Powell, who gaiye a beau?
tiful plano recital at Hie Woman's Club
lust Monday, played again for a number
of music lovers on Thursday evening,
delighting his audience on both occh?
Ho Impressed his hearers hy tho
?trongtli and delicacy of his touch, Its
clenriness and by his great magnetism,
HIb friends who have watched tho ,,Q*
velopmont of his talent undor tho care?
ful _ Instruction of Professor Hahr, are
much Impressed by his Improvement since
ho has been studying with the renowned
Loschetleky, of Vienna, who Is doubt?
less the foremost Instructor of tho duy,
and with whom Mr. -owoll expects to re.
new his studies shortly.
Mr. Powell waH heard to special nd
n-antogo In tho Chopin and Mendelssohn?
Llszt numbers. He played soveral selec?
tions from Leschotlzky, which were
Colonial Dames' Calendar.
The Colonial Dames of Virginia have
Botten a beautiful calendar entitled
"Colonial Virginia, 1097-1021."
The Idea of the calendar is to prove
that Virginia had nn existing govern?
ment before tho landing of tho Pilgrims
Tho handsome coven?, will show the
buff and bluo eoi?,nini colors. The upper
will bear the Impress of the old colonial
seal, and the motto: "En Dat Virginia
The illustratlon.'i will be ?rery fino and
exquisite, Showing pictures of Queen
Elizabeth, Sir Walter Raleigh, Captain
John Smith, the gent?o Indian Princes?
Foca boutas, the early colonial Gover?
nors, Jamestown, with (lie overhanging
branches of its trees touching the flp
pllng water of the river, anil the firs'
rude church, with Its sheltering sail
fastened to the trees.
Each pago will have two illustrations,
and spaces with date? opposite for the
Jotting down of eiigaRcn-ients.
The pages will bo bordered with
etchings of tobacco, the Jamestown weed,
Indian corn and other Virginia produc?
tions. The work in etching and draw?
ing has much of It been dono hy Mrs.
M. Dashlell. The calendar will bo pub?
lished by It. Diets: and Company, and
will be at onco put on salo nt all th?
Mrs. Mary I. Forrest announces the
engagement of her daughter. Miss Bessie
Taylor, to Mr. Percy H. Lash, of Nor?
folk. The marriage will tako place In
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The Board of Governors of the Docp
Run Hunt Club have arranged for an
informal reception to be held at the
pretty Deep Run Hunt Club houso on
Thursday afternoon, October l&th, nt
4 o'clock. Besides th? members of the
club it Is expeqto'd that a large number
of visitors and exhibitors attending the
llnrne Show will be present.
Refreshments will be served at tho club
house, and the afternoon promises to be
a most enjoyable one. The club will short?
ly resume. Its hunts. Tho annual meeting
of the club will be held at the. Westmore?
land Club on the night of October 20th,
when .among other matters, a new pres?
ident of the club will he elected. Tho
club is In good condition and appllcat one
for membership are.being received dally.
The marriage of Miss Bright Gunn to
Mr. Eddy M. Cunningham, of Winches?
ter, Va., took place Tuesday evening at
9 o'clock, the Re??. Mr. Heauchamp nfllcla
tlng. The hrlde Is the daughter of Mr.
A. M. Gunn and granddaughter of the
late James F. Gunn. She is one of Rich?
mond's beautiful girls.
Mr. Cunningham Is In the insurance
business, and is a very popular young
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The invitations Issued by Mrs. Eleanor
L. Washington Howard for the marriage
of her daughter, Sarah Smith, to Mr.
Hugh Milton Caldwell, on October 21st,
at Christ Church, Alexandria. Vn., have
been recalled, owing to the recent death
In Mr. Caldwell's family.
The ceremony will be performed In
the presence of. the immediate family
The members of the Ladles' Auxiliary
of PIckett Camp will hold their fall meet?
ing at PIckett Camp Hall, on Seventh
Street, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Every member Is urgently requested to
ho present. Business of Importance.
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Tho first fall mooting of the Sheltering
?Arms Hospital Board will be held at tho
hospltnl to-morrow at noon. As this Is
tho first meeting of the year, nil mem?
bers are eurnestly requested to attend
The Richmond Chapter, Daughters of
the Confederacy, will hold a very Impor?
tant meeting next Wednesday at 4:30
IJ, M. in Lee Camp Hall.
Final arrangements will bo made for
the Norfolk convention, and delegates
will bo elected to the general meeting
to take place ln Charleston, S. C? during
All members of the 618 on the list of the
Richmond Chapter, who have not already
paid their dues, are earnestly requested
by the president to send the money to
Mrs. Charles E. Boiling before Wednes?
day. The meeting then should bo a-.ended
by every one who can possibly come.
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In acknowledgement of a graceful act
of courtesy on Miss Adelaide Thurston's
part, which prompted the placing of un
Academy box for last evening at tho dis?
posal of the Richmond Chapter president,
the box was filled by the following
Daughters nf tho Confederacy: Mrs. Wal
1 Christian, vice-president, and Mrs.
always retain that high
standard of perfection which
has so well earned for them
their title, "Best Made." The
latest styles emanating from
the fashion centers find ex?
pression in the new
Especially desirable with the
new fall gowns is style 432.
? perfect fitting garment,
designed especially to per?
suade those round-tapering
hips, White and drab. Sizes
18 to 30, $1.50
A Shape for Every Fie??*e
At your dealers.
MISS SOPHY WHITE.
One of the most charming of the young Horse Show chatelaine, Miss White enters upon her debutante winter In Rich?
mond as one of'the most admired and popular girls In the city.
At the Greenbrler White Sulphur Springs last summer she was the center of a coterie of devoted attendants, and during
frequent visits to Baltimore, Washington and New York, she has attracted attention on all sides.
With sunny brown hair and eyes to match, Miss White Is remarkable for her lovely coloring, her charming smile and
her gay Insouciance of manner. She is the daughter of Dr.'Joseph A. White, of No. 200 East Franklin Street, a leading
specialist In Richmond and eminent professionally outside of It.
Miss White has recently been appointed maid of honor to Miss Agnes Drewry for the Confederate reunion at Newport
News, October 28th-30th.
Charles E. Boiling, the treasurer of tho
chapter; Miss Elizabeth Townes, Miss
Nellie Boykln, Miss Nora Leary, Miss
Annie Gray nnd Miss Ethel Shelburne.
Tho Daughters expressed their appre?
ciation by sending Miss Thurston somo
Ik Governor and Mrs. A. J. Montague's
box last evening were the Governor und
his wife, Miss Irene Martin Fitzgerald,
Mr. R. L. .Montague and several others.
The following appointments of sponsors
and maids of honor have been maue by
General James Macglll, Grand Command?
er of the Grand Camp of Confederate
Veterans, Department of Virginia, for tlio
sixteenth annual meeting of the Grand
Camp, to bo held at Nowport News, Va,,
on tho 2-Sth, i'9th and 30th of October, lina:
For tlio State at large: Sponsor?Miss
Virginia Holmes Groover, Cliilhowlo. Va.
Chief maid of honor?Miss Mary Raul Ro?
per, Petersburg, Vu.
Maid of honor?.Miss Elizabeth W. Cur?
tis, Hampton, Va. ?>,
Second District: Sponsor?Miss Mary
Clarence Gnrnett, Newport News, Va.
Maid of honor?Miss Minnie Boykln,
Fourth District: Sponsor? Miss Hall Da?
vis, Petersburg, Va.
Mula of honor?Miss Puttie ..aanson, Jor
Fifth District: Sponsor?AIlss Annie Car?
ter, Berkley, Virginia.
Maid of honor?.Miss Nellie Martin,
Sixth District: Sponsor?Mrs. Rosa Rob?
erts ? vans, Salein, Va.
Seventh lMstriet: Sponsor?Mrs. Loulso
Fletcher Green, Gaines' Cross Roads, Va.
Maki of honor?Miss Mary Richard,
Ninth District: Sponsor?Miss Rosallo
M. Williams, Wytheville, Vn.
Matron of honor?Mrs. Lucy P. Level!,
Tenth District; Sponsor?Miss Nannie
Brooko Scott, HluuiUon, Va.
Maid of honor?.Miss Minnie S. Morton,
Tho following new camps have beon
No. ll'.'-E. J. Perkins Camp. C. V.,
"White Top, Grayson county, Va.; cotn
rnuiuler, W. J. Cornetti uiljtitiuit, J. F.
Russell; postonico, White Top, Va.
No. IIS?A, M. Davis Camp, t.\ v., Buy
wood, Grayson county, Vn. ; cuinmuiuler,
Haywood Rleslus; adjutant, H. \V. Field.-;;
po.-itolIiL'i , Il-i.vwnnd, Va.
On Wednesday, the Ulh of November,
tho ladles of the Retreat Board will .ifive
a grand excursion lo the world-fumed
cii?,-eiii3 Of Luniy. This will till a l?iiiis?
fell want, us thore has not: been uu ex?
cursion from Richmond, to Luray for
years, and hundreds are awaiting the
opportunity to visit Shchumluuli Valley,
feast their eyes on its many natural beau?
ties and gather instruction from its
Miss Virginia Holmes Greever, her
mother, Mrs. Greever, and Mrs. Merroll,
will be at No. 215 East Franklin Street
for Horse Show weok.
Mrs. Richard Parker Crenshaw, of Mar
tinsburg, \V, Va., Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Vf. T. Oppenholmur.
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. D. Walters and
Messrs. Poyton and Ned Coloe, of Al?
bemarle, will visit Mrs. Ida ??. Ellerson.
of No. 318 East Grace Street, during
Horso Show woek.
Mrs. Bird and Miss Bird, of Baltimore,
who hnve been guests during the past
weok at the Executive Mansion, loft
yesterday for home.
Miss Mooro and Miss ? E. Moore, who
spent tho summer at the Warm and Hot
Springs, and who, since leaving th -iio re?
sorts huVo been for soveral week? nt
the University of Virginia, have returned
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hopkins and Miss
Forbes, of "Guthrle Hall," Albemurlo
county, nro nt the Jefferson,
Mrs. Julian Price, of Greensboro, N. C,
and Mrs. M. E. Gee, of Meherrin, Va,,
will bo Hin guests of Mrs. J. F. Stringer,
nt No. fil!) North Eighth Street, during
Horse Show week,
Mr. Illram T. Gates und family hnn-e
moved, and are located at N?. 90S West
Grace Street for tho winter.
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Messrs. M. Leo and R. O. Fergusson of
the firm of Ferguson Brotliors will re.
turn to-day from New York, where they
huvo been for two weeks.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. buffer! y nro spend?
ing part of their honeymoon with the
bride's purents, on Wost Clay Street,
where they woro tendered a rccej^Jon
lust Wednesday night. They received
muny handsome? presents. Thoy will leave
for Atlantic City, their future home, In
a few days.
Mrs. Frank T. Fleming and Miss Eliza?
beth Fleming, of Jacksonville. Flu., uro
cuesta of Miss Nannie Jones ut No, 7011
East Franklin ?Street.
Mrs. Charles J. Loth, nccoimpuiiloili
by her suns, C'liin-ni-ii and Leslie, left
Friday for New York. They will bo
away for a unit* timo, und whllo there will
and all feminine eyes
focussed on dress,
as the pinnacle.
The Fashion World hits been talk?
ing, thinking and dreaming Hats of
late. The greatest Hat productions
Greatest European Milliners
aro here for you to admiro and to buy.
Our own milliners h?ave been ou
edge for weeks in their intenso desiro
to express, in a finished hat, some
exquisite droam they had hoped to
There is nothing too fine for us to
buy?nothing too exquisito for us to
copy. Wo aro proud of our showing,
but prouder of our low pricing.
427 East Broad Street,
Next to Fourqurean, Temple & Co.
attend the Horse Show and othor places
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M?S3 Berkley Nelson, who hns beon
visiting Miss Ida Beveridge, has returned
to her homo at Tree Hill.
Miss Mary CarrPngton, of Hampden
Sidney, Is visiting Miss Ida Beveridge
at No. 114 West Grace Street.
The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Hnyes, of
Mecklenburg county, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Atkinson for the
Miss Mattie V. Morton, who has been
visiting Mrs. James Grlgg, loft yesterday
for her nome at Clover, Va.
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Mrs. J. B. Page, of No, 12 South Plum
Street, left Thursday for the Lynchburg
Horse Show. While there Mrs. Page will
sell her property and relnvost in Rich?
Mrs. Vf. Scott Burton is now visiting
friends in New York, and before re?
turning home will spend somo time in
Washington, D. C.
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Mrs. Harvio L. Davis and Miss Elvira
B. Davis have returned to tho city after
a delightful visit to Mrs. Charles J.
Fall?n, of Baltimore, Md.
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Mrs. John A. Broadus nnd Mrs. A. T.
Robertson, of Louisville, Ky., are visit?
ing Mrs. S. C. Mitchell at Richmond
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Mr. James Grlgg nnd family have re?
moved to No, 1100 West Avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. Blah* Olhausen are visit?
ing Mr. and Mrs. Eppa Hunton, and will
probably remain until after tho Horso
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A brilliant entertainment was given
yesterday from 5 to 7 by Miss Ruby
Bodekor. ln honor of Mrs. Louis Mer
rlum, of Washington, D.1 C, her* Horso
The house wns elaborately decorated
and an orchestra played during recep?
tion hours. Receiving with Miss Rodo
ker and Mrs. Merrlam wore: Mrs. Pres?
ton Le Roy Roper, of Petersburg; Mrs.
Harry Parker, of llnnipton, Va., und
Miss Pearl Bodoker.
ViHtTE PINE, YELLOW PINE.
Rough ami Dressed.
Yards Covering Seven Acres.
Main Ofllco?Ninth & Arch .Sta.,
with Dixie Nerve und Bone Liniment will
euro Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Drawn
Muscles and Sinews, Enlurgeil Joints,
Pulps (n Sides, Back, Shoulders und
Limbs. Best on earth for Mnn und Beast.
For a lamo horse It hus po eijuul.
Large Bottle 25c. Everywhere
The Big Show to Open at
The great Fall Carnival opens at the
Base-Ball Parkj West Broad Streot, to?
morrow evening, with the big Gasklll
Mundy-Levltt carnival aggregation of
high-class shows and freo acts as tho
amusement feature. Foremost among the
attractions will bo the groat Loop tho
I?oop, which Diavolo, the Klmetlc demon,
circles on a bicycle, defying gravitation
by centrifugal force, and presenting nn
not which for daring and skill stands
pre-eminent and alono in the amusement
Tho great aggregation will arrive here
on a special train of twenty-threa cars
this evening, and tlio shows will bo at
onco unloaded at tho Broad Street cross?
ing and taken to the Base-Ball Park.
Thero are twenty-five shows ln all and
seven freo acts. Three hundred people of
every land and cllnio und one hundred
trained wild an?male form part of tho liv?
ing freight of the long show train. Tho
shows lnaludo tho Roman Stadium, and
Streets of India, with tho exhibitions of
skill and strength, as well as human dar?
ing! the Trained Wild Animal Arena,
where tho lions, tigers, leopards, pumas,
panthers, bears and wolves perform, and
where In tlio steel barred arena tho train
cru take their lives in their hunda and
put their savage charges through Inter?
esting performances; tho Crystal Maze,
where you can gel lost, amid tho mirrors;
the funny Houso Upside Down, In which
you are .stood ?in your head without know?
ing lt; tin*? Blake Dog, Pony and Monkey
Circus, with (lfiy-nliio trained animals;
tho Trip to .Molodlu, with tlio iiuirwlous
WIUai-dH, In which tho visitor In trans?
ported to tho hind of mystlo music in nn
artistic manlier; Down in Dixlo, whero
Southern darkles sing tholr songe of Ju?
bilee and dauco the jigs of tho Southern
plantations; tho fiualnt Chinese Theatre,
tlio only ono of Its kind In America; the
Girl From Up There, tho electrical sunsu
tlon of tlio lato Pan-American Exposition!
tlio Streets of Cairo, with tho sacred cam?
els and donkeys of ISgypt, tho gun-spin
ners and sword-?ghters of th?? Albanian
mountains, tho magicians of Arabia and
Ceylon and tho fakirs of tho Kast Indies;
the Oriental Theatre, with tho dancing
girls, including La Bella llosa und Froedn;
Kliulerdi'oiiia Moving Pictures, tho Ferris
Wheel, and mnny others.
For a week past a largo forco of car?
pepiere has been at work erecting tho
stages and platforms for the numerous
shows and frtia acts, and a .small army
of electricians havo boon busy installing
tlio electric light display, winch will he
tho most brilliant ever seen In this ctty.
Tho ClasklU-Mtiiidy-Devlu tiggn-guilon
Is tho best on tho road.
Scoltsvill ? Aff Ire,
(Special to Tl? Tlmes-DIspatch. >
.SCOTTSV?DUC, YA., Oct. W.-Mrs. 1?'.
Danslng Fox has returned fr?>tu .Sliad
Miss JteiT.lco Fahr, of Manchester, Is
visiting relativ*? hM**?
Mr, YV, U. l*a_o, of IhrU-vlllc, pass*.
through S.cottsvlllo on the 7th.
Miss Annie Jarman returned to Char?
lottesvllle this weok, after an extended
visit to her aunt, Miss Mattlo Jones.
Mr. Claiborno Lewis leaves for Davis,
Vf. Va,, on tho 12th.
Mr. Jack Hildrup, of Lynchburg, will
arrive here Saturday to spend several
Miss May Davis has left for Richmond
to spend tho winter.
Miss Nannie Davis leaves shortly for
Mr. Thomas Staples, of Richmond, is
a visitor hero.
Mr. George Baber, of Hatton, was in
Scottsvlllo, on the 6th.
Dr. J. P. Blnlr, of Scottsvlllo, and Vf.
M. Wade, of Richmond, and Messrs. R.
I. Wade, of Richmond, nnd William
Mathews, of Soottsvllle, spent Monday
on a squirrel hunt, bagging a good many
Mrs. Kate Vf. Lea and M'ss Mary M.
Wyatt, of Huntington, Vf. Va?, ore guest?
of Mrs. E. L. Fox.
ONE LADY'S RE OMMENDATION
SOLD FIFTY EOXES OF CHAM?.
BERLAIN-S STOMACH AND LIVER
I havo. I bellevo, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets
on the recommendation of ono lady her?,
who first bought a box of thorn about a
year ago. She never tiros of telling her
neighbors and friends about the good
finalities of these Tablets.?P. M. Shore,
Druggist, Rochester, Ind. The pleasant
purgative effect of these Tablets makes
them a favorito with ladles everywhere.
For sale by all druggists.
You can't be happy if you are burning
poor Coni. The Coal wo sell is not a
worry producer. It. is a worry saver.
Wo handle all kinds of Anthracite, Stove,
Egg?, Nut nnd Broken Splint, Lump, Fire
Creek Lump, New River Lump and Steam
Why not Iry a loud of our Domestic
Couk for cooking stoves'/ It will save
"We handle all kinds of Oak and Pine
Wood, (one and sawed; In any length
to suit any stove. Give lia a call and
Nelson & Ladd,
'Phono lOlki; 1710 East ?road Street.
Mr. J. G. Veaighan,
J. F. Vaughan Co.,
who recently sold hi? luter???]
In t.iut concern, has gone to
the countrv for soveral week?
l'or a muoh needed ro-st. He
wilt shortly open up again tu
ih?! !?.???!?? ??hi business with?,
lull lino of evorythliiK that
goes to ma'; e
A Home Comfortable?,