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JUNE 2 DAYS OLD
FULL OF MERRY
The Last of May Crowded With Many De
lightful Social and Nuptial Events
CLASS DAY CELEBRATION
TO-MORROW ON THE CAMPUS
Pleasantness of Early June Does Away With Necessity
For Usual Summer Exodus?Many Attractions
Offered Those Who Fail to See
Necessity of Prolonged
June, tlie month of weddings and roses, is as yet onty two uays uiui
but its promise arnply susta.ln's the clalm that it has alwnys mado as being
distlnctive In regard to Its social prominence.
The pnssing of Mny was gay indeed. The weok began at, the Woman's
ub witli a lerture glven by Dr. Robert C. Bryan on the "History o? Medl?
clne," r subject. that wns a fine test of the lecturer's mettle and full of
interest. for his audlence.
Wednesday nnd Thursday were crowded wlth entertainniont.s p'.'eccding
the weddlng of Miss Margaret Cnmeron McGulre to-Mr. George Arthur
Gordon, of Savannah. The chimlng of morriago bells for that. brilliatit
oelobrntion hns hardly yet dled awny, nnd the congmtuliitions nnd good
w-Lshes of many friends nre followlng, over the ocean, thn young brlde,
given up to another than her Richmond home with Uie greutest roluctnnce
by friends and kinsfolk here.
Friday evening, June first, wltnessed the opening of the Woninn's Col?
lege commencement. The Bachelors of Music had an opportunlty, at the
annual concert on that. occasion, tq display thelr proiiciency and mnke their
friends proud of thelr nttainment's musically.' The college chapel was
crowded, and thelr fair young muslcians were encored and bouquetted to
their hearts' content.
On Thursday evenlng the staff of the "Chisel," the college publlcation,
gave a delightful annual banquet at. Rueger's, tho entertainment being
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Garnett. The banquet. was, of course,
enlivened by a "feast of reason and a flow of soul," the edltors making
good their claim to the brightness and spontaneity of wlt which renders
the pages of the Chisel so readable.
The College Art Class held the centre of interest at its receptlon,
scheduled for Saturday ovenlng, in the chapel and parlors. The best
artlstic class productlons were hung, and were favorably discussed and
admlred throughout receptlon hours by guests nnd friends of the students.
To-morrow afternoon members of the Woman's Club wlll be entertainld
by a dramatlc recital on Uie part of Miss Euln Balley, who is. attractiv-ily
known for her ablllty as a dramatlc nrtist. Mrs. W. E. Thurston will be
chairman of the day.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will be glven up to the gra'duatlng
exercises of Westminster School, to be held In the lecture-room of the First
Presbyterian Church. Prof. S. C. Mitchell will make the address, and
the Rev. Dr. Russell Cecll will deliver the dlplomas. Wednesday evening
the receptlon, given the senior class by the juniors, wlll be held in the
parlors of the school, No. 705 West: Grace Street.
In the Hst of interesting Richmond June weddings is that of Miss Nannle
Lay, of this clty, to Dr. John Wilson Ertler, of Alberquerque, New Mexlco,
which wlll tnke place very quletly on June 1.4th;
Mlss May Belvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Belvin, will be
married in the home of her parents, on Wednesday next, at 6 P. M., to.
Mr. Charles Kruse, of New York. ?
Among the Virginia weddings for June, that of Miss Sarah Massie
Goodo to Mr. Clifford Calcott Branch, of Burgaw, N. C, is a matter of
inteest to Richmond society. Miss Goode is the daughter of Colonel and
Mrs. J. Thomas Goode, of "Sunnyslde," Mecklenburg county, and the
marriage wlll be celebrated Juno 7th, at thelr home.
Another injeresting nuptial event has to do with the June wedding of
Miss Louise Jasper Barksdale to Mr. Tucker Carrington Watkins, Jr., of
Houston, Va., ln the Both Car Baptist Church. Both of the young people
aro well known in Richmond.
Of special interest to Rlchmonders was Ihe wedding, on yesterday, of
Miss Mary Taska James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles James,' of
GatonsvUle, Md., to Dr. Cooper Drewry, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. S. D.
Drewry, of ""Minneola," Chesterfleld county.- The marriage celebration,
taking place in St. Timothy's Church, Calonsville, yesterday afternoon,
was a fashionable and largely attended affalr.
The whlst clubs havo all disbanded for the sumnier except the Stay-at
Home organization. which prides itself on the pleasantness of its weekly
summer seances. that are always ilvely and well-altende-l contests
The charming coolness of tho atmosphere and the forecast of pleasant
weather for June has done away with any tendency toward a summer
exodus. Indeed. Richmond, with Its parks andits facilities for week-end
or daily outings; its Casino and Its summer programme of amusements
has grown so attractlve as a placo of resldence that there is less and less
inclination or necessity for prolongecl nbsences on the part of tho neonla
who live here. ' '
Even those with country homes have a fashion of coming back now
Itichimnd nffords SeaS?n f?r "^ pleasures nncl opportuniUes which
Mr. and Mrs. He Roy Brown. of No.
826 West Grnce Street, thls clty, nnnounoo
the engagernent of thelr daughter, Julla
Grlffln, to Dr. .ijAJlen Welr FreemAn, of
?Richmond. T,he\;<. also''announce the en?
gaKement of their daughter, Rose An?
drews, to Mr. John Benjamin Swartwout,
of thls clty. Tho doublo weddlng wlll
be celebrated the last of thls month.
The weddlng of Miss Robecca T-,ee Bnll
lng, daughter of ihe late William Nlcholls
Bolling, of Petersburg, Va., to Mr. Robert
Malcolm I.lttlejohn, of Flushlng, L. I.,
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lomax Tjlttlejohn,
of England, ivas celebrated In the home
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Otho 13. Rldgely, of No.
aOO-7 North CflVvart Street, BnJttiriore, yes.
terday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the Rev,
"Robert S. W. Wood, of st. Paul'a
Eplscopni Church. ottlclatlrig-,
The bride wns attended by her slster,
ISlrs. Robert Goldsborough Henry, ns mn
tron of honor, nnd wna glven ln mar?
riage by her hrother-ln.law, "Mr. R. O.
Heniy. Mr. Lomax Littlejohn, the
groom's brother, was bent man. Tho
Hon. Robert E. L,eo, Jr., of Ravensworth,
We Take Your
for Those Wonderful
Cor, 7th and Broad.
Vn? and Mr. Arthur Rodmnn Towns
erid, of New York, were the ushers.
President of Class.
Jnvltntlons hnvn been recelved In Rich?
mond for commencement week exerclses
ul Holllns Institute nnd, as the presl?
dent of tho graduating class for thls
year. Is-MIss Roso McGulre Satterneld,
daughter of Mr. nnrl Mrs, Calvln Satter
lleld, nf No. 901 \,est Ornoe Street! nnd
ns Miss Gny Montag-ue, Miss Lola Crump
nnd other Richmond glrls nro students
nl the Institute, much Interest ls felt
hora ln regnrd to them.
The receptlon to the senior clnss and
the.seniOr celebration on the Institute
campu.s were events of Frldny ovenlng
lnst. Snttirday evenlng iv,-is niarked by
the annual reeltnl of tho elocutlon de
partmwit, and tho banquet of the senlors
The Rev. Dr. McFaden, of the Flrst
Presbyterian Church, this clty, wlll de?
liver the baccalaureate sermon at Hol?
To-morrow wlll witnoBH class-day ex?
erclses, the meeting of tho Alumnne As.
sorlntlon nnd of the llternry socletles nnd
tlie nlnmnae hnnquet. The oommenoo
ment concert wlll tnke placo Tuesday
evenlng and tho oloslng oerernonlal nt Io
o'clck Wednesday forenoon,
The oincers of the claHn of 1906 are
iMIsb Ttoso Sattorfleld, presldent; MIsb
Mary Stuart Cocke, vlee-presldont;, MIbs
Mary Goocli Anderson, secretary; Miss
Frances Kingsloy LiKnn, tronsiirer, nnd
MIhh fIoksIo Uoyd Dpnmnn, hlstorlan,
Miss Batterfleld ls a charming young
girl.-, who \\s extrernoly popular wlth
youn.gr-,- soplety clroles In Richmond. Her
mother, Mrs. Cnlvln Rattorneld, nnd Mf?.
Juiinn Morrls wlll wltness tho part play?
ed hy her In the commencement exer?
clses, and hor Richmond frlends wlll be
ready wlth warm congratulatlons when
sho returns homo.
Mlsa Frnnrfs l.igon, of Anderson, .S.
G? who Is a promlnent member of the
KraduaUng class, wm be tno ueBt ln
Richmond of M|BS jielon Bak?; fo|. ..
couimencemcnt al Richmond Collego At
the conoluslon of her Ylslt, Miss Baker
wlll return wlth Miss Llgon to South
Leader of Class.
The leader of tho gniduutlng .-lass ot
Holllns on the class roll ls Miss Mary
Gooch-Anderson. daughtor of Judge nnd
Mrs. CTeorife Kljnbi-ough Anderson Of
Cllfton Foige, .Ya.
Miss Anderson, who stands unnsunlly
.hlgh in her nttalnmonts and |n tho
estlrnatlon of Ihn faculty of llollins, re?
cently won IIIho prlze offered by ' thu
Virginia Dames for the bost oseay on a
colonlnl Mibjeet, her thenie being "l.lltlc
Men and I.lttle Women ln Old Virginia."
8he is n typloal Virginia girl, modest.
roflncd ^nd ci>liured. Her plcture np
peared In the society columns of The
TlmesTPIspatch some weeks ngo."
?Tho May nurnbor of "Yogue" contnlns
a notlce of n Studio Receptlon of Miss
Mozr-lle IX Apperaon and Miss Kibyl
Conkllng, of Callfornla, at No. 423 Cen?
tral Park, West, New York, ln whlch
Miss Apperaon exhibited water colora
(iiAde In New York nnd Venetlon studies
mndo nbrond, and a number of songs
wero sung by Miss Conkllng.
Mlsa Apperfcon ls n Rlchmond glrl, who
spent her early Ufe here, but lntterly
hns mndo her iiome In Danville, Vn. Tn
a short while .I-.ft wlll return to her
former home hero, nfter hnvlng speht
threo yenrs or moro In her art studies
In New York nnd Vonlce.
Hor Cnllfornln frlend, Miss Conkllng,
Is expccled to bo horo soon nlso, and
hns mndo a hlgh i-op\itiitlon ns contralto
Mnger In her homo nnd In Now York
Mnny relatlves and frlends wlll be glnd
to wolcomo Miss AppersOn back home,
nnd wlll bo glnd to hcar of her succesa
ln havlng several flatterlng offers ln
other largo cltlcs.
The Chnrloitesvlllo "ifbttilns Nows" of
Frlday contalns the following nnnounec
The ongngoment is nnnouncert of Miss
l.ona Ornyson Fitzhugh, tinughtor of
XV, D. Fitzhugh, of Englowood, Vn., to
Stophen Conrnd Stuntz, of Rlohmond.
The dnto for the weddlng hns not yet
beon decided upon. Mr. Stuntz, who
ls a? clover wrlter. is tho author of "Tho
Socond Mrs. JIm."
Closing Exercises. x
The .prepnrntory department of West
mlnstor School wlll hold Hk closlng ex?
erclses In the school bullding, Monday,
June 4th, nt 8:18 P. . M.
The unlquo enlcrtalnracnt, called "Tho
Toy 'Shop," promises to bo of unusual
Dnddy "Tack Hnmmer." otherwlse
Master T. Cary Johnson, skllltully creatns
mnny klnds of dolls, whom tho "Falry
Qodmollior," otherwlse Miss Nntalle Mc
Faden, endows wlth life for one short
hour, durlng whlch thoso nnlmnted dollB
plny games, drlll aa soldiers, nnd dance
Tlio "French Doll,' Miss Lucy Lyno,
nrouses much jenlousy on the part ot
her less fortunato slstors, by her ex
trome beauty and regnl attlro. ?
Tho Captain of tho Soldiers, Miss Mil
dred Carter, drllls her corps wlth a truly
Tho Dutch Doll, Miss Verna Albert,
must be a lato nrrlvn.l fom the land ol
dykes and canals, so well does she do
"Jnck-ln-the-Box," Master Frank
Chrlstlan, Is nhvays Jumplng out and
"butting in," and adds splce and laugh
ter to the deeds of all tho Jumplng
Jncks, tbe "Punches," nnd other dolls
galore?grea.t nnd small, domestlc and
forelgn, who are falthfully Impersonated
by the following young ladies:
Mlsses Annle Scott, Lascoyno Lyne,
Doulse Kcllogg, Kemper Kellogg, Con
stnnce Johnston, Allce Angcl, Susle
Starke, Holen Starke, Holen WilBon, Es
ther Wllson, Ellzabeth Ellyson, Louise
Ellyson, Margaret Mathews, Esther Ben
nett, Wyatt Carneal, Powhatan Dance,
Mlldrert Lefew, Elllzabeth Brocken
brough, Mtldred Willlams, Margaret
Taylor, James Taylor, May Mayo, Ma
rlon Lecky, Curtls Charlton, Jane Car?
neal, F"relda Rosenegk, Mary Green Jor
don, Nan Wrlght, Margaret Mlller,
Ellzabeth Buchanan, Landonla Chrlstlan,
Ella Jenks, Ellzabeth Tyler and Mar?
These exerclses are under tho skllful
management of Miss Marlon T. Clarke,
who has charge of the preparatory
grades, asslsted by iu'iss Wllson, Miss
Kate Staples, nnd Miss Carrio Vandever,
of Ashland, who has been substltuting
for Miss Barney since the latter's 111
These exerclses close the work of the
under grades of tho school .
The commencement proper wlll take
place on Tuesday, June 5th, nt S:30. ln
the lecture-room of the Flrst. Presby
terlan Church, when tho school grad?
uates tho first young ladlos.
The members ot .the art department
of the Woman's College held the flnal
receptlon and exhlbitlon an Saturday
evening, June 2d, ln the college.
The Invllatlons wero In green and
white,?collego colors?nnd gave the
names of tho students in tho varlous
Pupils completlng the full courBe and
receivlng certiflcates of proflclency were
Miss I_ucy Scott _and Miss Ethel 'Elam.
Puplls completlng a threo years' course
and receivlng certiflcates of dlstlnction
were Miss Allce Whltlock, and Miss
A prlze for Improvement was award?
ed Miss DIckle.
The exhlbitlon was one of the largest.
the department has given and showed
the growlng Interest In thls subject
among the students of the college.
The work of classes A, B, C was hung
In the collego chapel; that of speclal
students, ln one of the parlors; nnd
several portralts nnd lnndscnpes by Miss
Whltfleld, Instructor of art ln the col?
lege, in another parlor.
Tho art students of the Woman's Col?
lege are following the example of art
schools ln the North?tho Art Students'
league of New -York, nnd the Mary?
land Institute of rialtimore-ln that each
student who takes a certiflcate, dlploma,
scholarship or prlze in art glves to the
Institute a plece of work executed while
Thls year the young IndleB tnklng cer?
tiflcates and Miss Dickle, wlnner of the
Improvement prlze, are glvlng to the col?
lege pleces of work whlch will constt
tuto a necleus for a permanent art collec?
tion, lncrenslng from yenr to year.
Such a collection, composed not only
of student work, but augmented hy gifts
from pntrons of nrt of pnlntlngs nnd
plctures, is an Indlspensablo necessity.
Richmond has long felt the need of
nn nrt gailery, free to nll who may
wlsh to see plctures and sculpture; and
tho Woman's College has taken by thls
act of Its students the nrst step to
wnrds such a gnllery.
Tho department of art for 1805-06 ls
composod of Miss Emma Morehead
Whltfleld, Instructor. In class A nro
Mlsses Gertrudo Dlgon, Mary Saunders,
Sue Smith, Susan Dlggs, Sarah Starke,
Stella Jolly, Margaret Mathows.
Clnss B Is compoBed of MJsbqs Agnes
DIckle, irene Galeskl, Bossle Harrison,
CIhbs C hns on Its Ust Mlsses Ethel
Elam. Ducy Scott, AUco Whltlock, Nan?
Speclal Btudents nre MIbsos Allce Nol
son, Holen Tanner, Mary Marrs, Helen
Perklns, nnd Snllle Blrdsong,
Will Leave Next Week.
Miss Gay Montngue ronched home Sat.
urday nlght from Holllns Institute, where
sho has been a student for the past
MIbb Janot Montngue and Master Latne,
Ihe two younger members of former Gov?
ernor and Mrs. Montague's house hold, are
spendlng tlio summer wlth Mrs, Monta
gun's mother, Mrs. Hoskins, of King and
Miss Gay wlll probahly nccompany lior
father and mother to tho meeting of the
j nn-Amerlcnn Commission In Rlo Ja
nolro, Brazil. Tho party wlll leave Rlch?
mond about June 10th nnd anil on the
Our Full Line of
and styles are ready for InBpeotlon. Wo
?ro prepared to take ordors for the early
full at very reduced prices. By glvlng
your orders now we wlll make suits for
J15.00. Place your order now and have
your sult mude whenevor you llko ln the
fall, and tnko advantago of the reduced
*0--_10 North Flfth _tr? ?t.
KAUFMANN & CO.
KAUFMANN & CO.
Thirtieth SemUAnnual Muslin Underwear Sale
Begins Monday, June the Fourth
FOR MONTHS we have been carefiilly preparing for this great June sale of Snow White Undermuslins.
Lucky we were! By ordering early we bought before the price of cotton advanced. This fact enables
us to offer you a splendid gathering of well-made, generously cut, beautifully trimmed garments at
prices as low, and even lower, than ever before.
We advise you to select your summer supply of Undermuslins now, while these special "June Sale"
prices hold good. . . ?' .
DAINTY CORSET COVERS.
CAMBRIC CORSET COVER,
round ' neck, trimmed in two
bands of Insertlon, band of
hemstitched lawn, neck and
armholes edged In lace. Very
speclal value at 25c.
ROUND NECK CAMBRIC
CORSET COVER, trimmed
front and back with two bands
of insertlon and rlbbon-run
beading; neck and armholes
edged wlth lace?38c.
COVER, round neck, flnlshed
with band of eyelet embroidery,
closely rosembllng hand work;
neck and armholes flnlshed in
embroidery to match. Speclnl,
VERY DAINTY NAINSOOK
COVER, front and back-trim?
med ln band of herringboned
lawn between strlps of Val. in?
sertlon; Val. lace flnlshed neck
and armholes. Extra value at
OTHER STYLES UP TO 85.00.
CAMBRIC DRAWERS, fln?
lshed wlth deep hemstitched
rufflo, headed by cluster tucks.
Exceptlonal value at 85c.
CAMBRIC DRAWERS of
lawn ruffle, flnlshed wlth band
of Val. insertlon, beading and
lace edge. Very speclal valuo
DRAWERS OF VERY FINE
CAMBRIC, haa deep ruffle of
eyelet embroidery, headed by
cluster of flne tucks?08c
DRAWERS OF FINE NAIN?
SOOK, ruffle of lawn, trimmed
In band of lace, hemstltchod
tucks and edged wlth lace,
ruffle headed by cluster tucks?
OTHER STYLES UP TO $8.50
REAUTEFUL CHEMISE GOWNS.
CHEMISE Q0WN of soft
flnlshed Nainsook, round,neck;
has a band of hamburg Inser?
tlon between two of Val., Val.
edge above; short sleeve, fln?
lshed wlth Val. edged lawn
-Uftl?. A very speclal value at
CHEMISE GOWN of soft
Cambric, neck trimmed ln
bands of Val. Insertlon and
ribbon-nin beading; elbow
sleeves, trimmed to match.
Special value at 08c
LOW-NECK GOWN of fine
Nainsook, band of nainsook in
sertion between rlbbon-run
beading forms neck; Val. lace
edges neck and short sleeves.
A speclal at $1.48.
SQUARE NECK GOWN of
very flne Nainsook, nainsook
and Val. insertlon headed with
ribbon-run l)6adlng and Val.
edge are employed ln trim
ming. A very effectlve gown.
OTHER STYLES UP TO 80.75.
PRETTY SHORT SKIRTS.
MODESTY SKIRT of
fine Cambric, deep lawn
hemstitched ruffle, headed
with three half-inch tucks,
finishing bottom. Special
SHORT SKIRT, flare ruf?
fle, edged with four-inch
embroidery. An especially
good value at 75c.
SHORT SKIRT OF EX?
TRA QUALITY Cambric,
lawn ruffle edged with four
inch nainsook embroidery,
headed by cluster of five
fine tucks, 88c.
CAMBRIC 8HORT SKERT,
flnlshed wlth lawn ruffle of two
clusters of flne tucks, band of
lace Insertlon and beading, fln?
lshed wlth three-Inch band of
Val. lace, $1.12.
EXQUISITE LONG. SKIRT MODES.
SKIRT OF GOOD QUALITY CAMBRIC,
deep lawn ruffle has two bands of Cluny
insertlon and three-lnch Cluny lace edgo,.
long dust ruffle. Exceptional value at 75c.
VERY FULL CAMBRIC SKIRT, deep
lawn ruffle, has four-inch embroidery
headed wlth six hemstitched tucks. Extra
value at 98c.
SKIRT OF GOOD CAMBRIC, extra deep
lawn ruffle, has six bands of lace Insertlon
between bands of lawn, Val. lace edge.
Cambric dust ruffle. Exceptlonal value
EXTRA FULL SKIRT of flne Cambric,
deep flounce of eyelet embroidery, headed
with cluster of six tucks. Cambric dust
ruffle. Very special value at 81,08.
OTHER STYLES UP TO $15.00.
LOVELY BRIDAL SETS.
EXQUISITE SKIRT of the best quality
Cambric, extra deep flounce of dainty
bllnd embroidery. Wide cambric dust
ruffle. An eiceptlonally good value at
BEAUTIFUL SKIRT of flne quallty eoft
flnlshed Cambric, cJrcular flounce, headed
with wide ribbon-run beading, seven rows
of Val. lace, with stitched lawn bands be?
tween, edged wlth wide Val. lace. Spe?
clal, 1f$. 08.
"WE also display a beautiful collection of Bridal Sets, in botli lace and embroidery trimmed effects,
at very attractive prices.
Introducing the Use of
Not Advertised Cards
For Very Special Values
AS EVERY ONE KNOWS, the best and~...ost deslrablo goods
sell the qulckest. In many cases these llnes get broken or otherwlse
Incomplete. It has always been our oustom to grreatly roduce tho
prices on all short llnes for a quick clearance,
For you to easlly distingulsh these specials (it would not pay
us to advertise them), wo wlll place them on our counters and
tablo- Slainly marked wlth a "NOT ADVERTISED;' CARD
Theso cards are dark green, with "Not Advertised" printed at
the top ln yellow. LOOK FOR THEM! THEY MARK THE BEST
VALUES IN THE STORE!
Special Waist Sale
$1.25 and $1.38 WAISTS?TO-MORROW, 95c.
JUST AT THE TIME when tbe summer glrl is preparing herself
for the country comes this Important Waist offerlng. Waists, and
plenty of them, are necessary for her corafort?they muss and s0il
so easlly. Here's a chance to obtain thom at a thlrd off regular. A.
dozen stylos to select from ln hlgh or Dutch neck, short or long
sleeve models, button front or back. All are beautifully lace or
We also show some exceptlonal values ln Lingerie Waists for
Monday, priced at $1.50 and $1.08.
Another Ribbon Sale!
38c. AH Silk Ribbons, 19c. Yard.
THTS is the best Ribbon value we have ever offered you! We have them in white, the popular
white and black, and pretty flowered Dresden effects. The wiclths range from four to five and one
half inches. As there are only about fifty-five pieces in all, we advise. early buying.
KAUFMANN & CO.
KAUFMANN & CO.
3th. 1-x-Governor Montague, wlth hla
vlfe ond daughter, wlll go from New
.orlc to England and spend some tlmo
n l-ondon nnd Parls before proceeding
o nnizll. The hip abroad promlseg every
hlng in tlie way ot pleaaure and tho stay
n Rlo Janelro, the gayest and most de
Ightful of (he I.utln-Amerlcan oapltala,
v|ll no doubt prove a most novel and
ntoroBting experlence in soclnl and
The Rlchmond frlends of tho former
Jdvemor h.y. not yet flnlshed congrat
iliitln*- hlm on an appolntn ?ent that 's
ucli a -ecidecl compllnient to hls profes
lonnl ablllty, and offera hlm such u
Ine opportunlty for spendlng' some
ln n chnrmlng and profltabje
The commencement of .ttss Davls's
School will take p(oco Tuesday evening,
? iSO o'clock, at No, W5 1-3 Vloyi Avenue,
After the commencement address by
the Rev. XV. 13. Kvans, of Monumental
Church, and tho awardlng of olass
honors, the following muslcal recltal wlll
be glven by tho puplls of Miss Nannle
Davls, tho director of tho music depnrt
ment In the school:
Mojiart, Bonata In C 4.0. >r, wlth sec?
ond plano part arranged by Grleg Allo
gro?MI__ I-lndsay Powers.
Andante (RomioJ-MIss Ceoll Hudson.
Streabbog Romanoe (Beoumont Tarau
Kuhlan Sonatine lu G Major, Allegret
to, (Heller Taranl6tte)-_li6s Oella Mar?
Mrs. Crosby Adams slnglng and
swlnglng Kruger Huntlng . o?g?Mlr.s
ijols Hudson. i
Heller IVAvanlanohe?Miss May Breed
Krauso Sonalino in C Mu'or (Vivtuo
Assal); "Forest" (Gravotte) - Master
Ph, Bach Bolfeggrietto Tschalkowsky
Barcarollo Rubens, Pollsh danee?MUs
Bronsart, Flold Flowers; Gruet.macher,
Album I>saf; Tanszky, Tar. nlette, Op.
6-Mlss Cecll Hudson. '
Precedlng tho commienc-m-nt, on Mon?
day evening, at 8:20 o'clock, a cha-rmlng
little play, .ntitled "The Garden of
Droam and the Valley of Bleep," will !>.
glven by the young ladies bt the school.
Tho play is a fancl-ul adaptatlon from
Tennyson's "Dreap_ of Fair Women,"
arranged by Miss Marl- Leahy, showlng
a garden scene, ?*nd dellghtfully pre
sonted by the glrls taklng part.
A most enjoyable supper .a'a glven at
Forest Hlll Park yesterday by some of
Richmond's' younger set The tables
aboun.ed wlth all the geuson'i dellcucle^
and th_ affalr wm a great euccess from
Among those present were Misses E\fl
Arendall, of Lynchburg; Rose Goode,
M. A. Neale, Jennlo Wrlght, Gr.ce Ixso,
Julla. Goode, Carrie Grlgsby, Jesslo Mul
len, Bdlth Moorohouse; Messrs. Arendnll,
of Lynchburg; J, F. Aroher, H. H. Hol
land, K, W. Bhelton, A, O. peatros#
(Contlnued on Thlrd Pago.)
Spend July 4th
in Atlantic City
Persons de6lrlng to Joln a party for
ten days" trip, wlll communlcate at onoe
with Mrs, U 0, TPCKB8..W0 N? WUi