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[Speplal to The Times-Dispatch.]
Hoi Springs, V'a,, September 7.?i
Influx of visitors from Now V >rk, Phil- '
odeiphiif. and other eitles poured Into]
Hot Spring? for Labor Day, nnd 101111;, |
uro remaining through tin- month. The
day was celebrated with a program of 1
races and field sports for the benefit >r
the local lit'- companies and three hun?
dred members Of the summer colony
occupied ttie grandstand at the athletic
grounds. Volunteer Judges Included
Mi E. Ingalls, .lr. and <:. J Ryan, 01
New York; bholto Walsh and Goo ge
AlcL. Clark, >f SL Louie, ?. S. Evc
land, of Philadelphia, who la staying
at The Homestead, gave a cup for the
horse rai e,
The 1 hlldren of Mr and Mrs. Charles
Wi Baker, ol New Votk. Mr and Mrs.
Edgar II. Bright, of New Orleans, and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ingalls were en?
tered 111 n hurdle race and the medal
was taken by Master David Ingalls.
Among Lahor Day arrivals were Mr.
and Mrs. Georg? Barr McCutcheon and
Mr. and Mis. J, Montgomery Flagg, )f
New Vork. who arrived together from
Blddeford Pool, Maine, where the
Flaggs have a cottage, und wnere tho
McCutcheona have been spending tho
: Ummer. Mr. McCutcheon during the
summer has written a play, arm is now
turning his thoughts to a new n >vel
on which he will begin work aller his
return to New York thu middle of the
Mr. Flagg Is also trying his hand
fct play writing, and Is working on a
nearly completed drama, the subject
of which he hag not disclosed. H jtu
men play golf dally and the party
drove to Warm Springs a day 01 two
ago, where they had tea with frlenda
at the Warm .Springs Hotel.
Judge A. C. Cordlll. of New Orleans,
gave a large dinner Labor Pay night
in the Japanese room of the Homestead.
The table decorations were hydranglas.
An orchestra furnished a musical pro?
gram The guests Included .Represent
lative Oscar W. Underwood riiitl Mrs.
Underwood, or Alabama; Bear-Admiral
and Mrs. William <;. Buehlcr, of Phil?
adelphia; Judge John Knox, of Annls
tdn, Alabama; Mr nnd Mrs. C. J. Kyali,
Mr. and Mi.-. M. K Ingalls. Jr. and
Roberi Waller, of New Vork; Mr. and
Mi Qeorge T. M. Gibson, of Baltimore;
Mr. and Mrs. James Rose Todd. of
i/dulsvllle; Mr. and Mrs George. Insnlls,
Ms Cable and P, L. fahle. Julius
WalSh, StlOltO Walsh. Mrs William
MalTItt, Mr and Mrs Charles McL.
?'Urk, of -St. Lauls: Henri de Ghent, Of
Paris. Mrs W. c Worthlngton, and
.'Mrs William lames, of Baltimore; Mr.
'and Mrs Edgar 11. Bright, or New Or
lleana; Miss Boyce, and Mr. Bashford.
Invitations were sent out a few days
ingo hy Mr. and Mrs. Melville E. In
?palls to the wedding of their grand?
daughter, Mi-, abide Ingalls Barnard,
rind Russel i;iiis .Sard, of Albany, Which
Is to lake place here September 23.
The ceremony, which will take place
et 4 o'clock In the afterndon at St.
Luke's Episcopal Church, will be -
lowed by a reception at Irigallscote,
the summer home of Mr and Mrs. In
galls. Rev. William G, Thayer, head
? St Mark s School. Southb>ro, Mass..
vnli officiate, Miss Gladys Ingalls will
be maid of honor and the he*t man
Is to he Frederl k P. do Rham, of New
Y'ork. The ushers, all of whom were
classmates of Mr. Sard at Harvard. In
the claso of "05, will Include Bernon
S. Prentice. Rudolph Weld. Roger A.
Derby, Aymar Johnson. Robert H. Cox.
and Eliot Cross, of New Vork; Roger
M. Poor, of Albany; John A. Tucker
man, Benjamin Jay and Robert Winsor.
of Boston, and William M. Elklns. of
Philadelphia. They will arrive at Hot
Springs September 20 and win occupy
the White Cottage, belonging to Mr.
nnd Mrs. M. K Ingalls. until the even?
ing of the ;m, when the bankers' spe
I'cl 1 will take them to New Y'ork.
Other guests Of Sir. and Mrs. Ingalls
int that time will be- the Misses Mary
land Olga Wiborg, of New Y'ark. Pran
? ces LIppBt. and Ruth Wnles. of Wash?
ington: Louise Wlthcrbee, of Port
Henry; Mildred Eddy, of Morris town;
nnd Helen Greene, of Cincinnati. The
three days proceeding the wedding will
be gay with entertaining. On the 20
Jtnd 21 programs of field sports will
215 E. Broad Street.
Representing the best mills in the
country. You will lind the French
Wiltons in the softest shades and
colorings. Our rack-, arc full. Let
us show you our line. Prices for
quality the lowest.
A large line of colors to select
from. The ideal Red
room Rug. size 9x12 ?-j t -pw
feet. Price . ?514ejU
Third Floor. A most attractive
line to show you, including the lat?
Anderson & Sons
ho held at Faasefern Farm, wnen th? |
now race track hutu by the Fassofcrn j
Hunt Club, will be used for tho hr.it j
time Among the special features will i
he horse racing, mule racing and Other I
event-. Including Gymkhana sports. Ttn
entries win Include several racing ,
horses which Clondennlng J. By an will !
bring from Oakrldge. Va. Mr. Sard, i
who has been the guest of the Ingalls' ,
family here slmo then return from'
Europe two ?o>k? ago. left for AI- j
bany the middle of the week and will |
return during the week pre. eedlng the ;
wedding, \fter the honeymban he and
hla bride will reside in Albany.
Robert Waller, of New Vork. Is back
after spendir.u August with his son
and daughter-lh law, Mr. and Mrs Ste?
wart Waller, at Now London Mrs
Waller, who has loan with him. will
Join him h?r? later In the month.
Hamilton King, of New York, return- I
j ed to his studio here this week, motor- j
ling from New Vork with .Samuel Dobbs, j
of N,-w York, and several other frDnds
i whom he Is entertaining.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. W. Raker, of
New Vork, and Mr and Mrs. Edgar
H. Bright gave dinner panic at the
Daniel Bo?he l?og Cabin during the
we< k. and a dinner party of young
I people there Included the Misses Mar
caret. Sarah, and Lembyrie Dunlop, and
Eleanor Bright. With them were Ml ?
Martha Collier, of Petersburg, who is
a guest at Barton Lodge. Miss Ray;
and Jesse Eddy, of Morrlstown. who
: returned home later in the week
Mr and Mr- William Thaw III . of
Pittsburgh, gave a luncheon at passe,
fern Farm several days aura for Mr.
and Mrs. Archibald SlcCrae, of New
Vork. and before Mr. Sard's departure
for Albany h.-. Miss Ratnard and Miss
Ingalls were there for dinner.
Mr and Mrs Qeorge Ounton gave ?
n large luncheon and bridge recently
at Gunton Lodge f?r Baron and Baron
! ess Rosenkrantz, of London,
j William B. Trlgg, of Richmond, was
? a recent dinner host at The Homestead
land Mr and Mrs N E, p. rrln. of New
York, gave a ?linner for a number of
Justice Joseph B. Lamer, of Augusta.
; Ga.i and Mrs. Lamar have gone to
White Sulphur Springs.
Sweet Chalybeat... Va., September
I 7.?Mrs Ella lleplar had charge of a
very delightful party that wtg given
as a farewell to Mrs. E. A. yrant on
Wednesday night Those |n this party
besides Mrs Grant, who was the guest
of honor. were Mcsdnmea Boykln.
Hardy. Baya. Anderton, Arrtng'loh,
Stephenson, Gooke. Baldwin. Weems
land Tacewell. Misses Rose and Sallie
Cooke, Miss Nannie Kensett and |
Mrs Grant gave a bridge party to
the same friends after the supper In
j the cord room The prizes were won
by Mrs Weems, the rtrst. Mrs. An
dertop.. second: Mrs. Baya. thtrvi, and;
.Mr? B. T. Arrlngton. the consolation.
Oh Friday night Mrs. Finch, of Nor
, folk. gave a supper in honor of her
guest. Miss Isabel Johnson, of Chicago.
111., In the casino. Hor guests were:
Mesdamea Grant. Anderton. Weems and
Hosklns. Miss?*? Weems. Johnson, Bat
tcy, Myers, Dlxon, Andertou. St?ger.
Messrs. Weems. Liulaney, Bradford and
Calvert Tare we 11, Grant and Dr. Hi-s
Attllla Grant entertained a few
friends at a Welch rarebit on Satur?
day night aftor the dancing. Those
with him were Meadames Ar.derton,
Hosklns, Grant, Misses Weems, Dlxon.
Lull? and Katharine Myera, Baya, ,
Eakle and Steger, Messrs. Dtilany
Bradford and Calvert Tazewell, Harry
B. Finch. Hardy and Dr H >sklns.
After the usual Sunday night ?on
cert Mrs. E. A. Grant had a few of '
her friends In for a little salad and ;
ooffee. Those enjoying her hospitality
were Meadames Hardy. Dooke, Weems. 1
Misses Kose Cuoke, Kensett and Ml*s
Steger, Mrs. Stockton Cooke and Mr.
Miss Frances Eakle gave an Ice
cream supper In the casino on Monday
night after the dancing, having with
her Mesdamea Andertoh and Eakle,
Misses Weems. Anderton, Battey,
Myers, Baya. St?ger. Messrs. Grant.
Parker. Hardy. Dodd, Weems. Taze?
well. Brooke and Hunter Eakle. The
same evening Mr. and Mrs WIUIs gave
a small party on their porch. Their
guests wer, Mr. and Mrs. Broken
I borough. Mrs. Baya, Mr. and Miss
Lynah, Miss Rose Cooke.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Crockett Springs. Va . September 7._
The great heat wave which descended
With such suddenness over Richmond
I and other cities, in fact over the coun?
try at large, was felt here It lasted
for several hours, but a refreshing rain
on Tuesday cooled the atmosphere,
and the guests are again enjoying the
delightfully cool weather which re?
commends Crockett as one of pleasant
resorts to visit.
This -week has been marked by
various small and private entertain?
ments Welsh rarebit parties were
given on Saturday and Monday nights,
and several small card parties have
A group of pretty and attractive
children gathered on the lawn Wednes.
I day afternoon nt a watermelon feast
I given .ay Mrs. E J, Burgess, of Waco.
I Texas, for her little son. Jack. Mrs.
Burgess's guests Included all the chil?
dren nt the SpritiES.
The bowline alley has boon popular
with a number of the younger sed.
Mrs. Charles Langhorn, of Richmond,
who spent several weeks here, left on
! Friday for her home. She was nc
I rompanled by her sister, Mrs. E. 3.
Burgess, nnd her brother. W. Johnson,
who havo also been Hojonrners here, and
who will visit Mr. and Mrs. Langhorn
In Richmond before returning to their
home In Waco. Texas.
Mr. J. B Cook, of Bnanoke, motored
h.re on Saturday with Mrs. Nannie
Burnett. J, W. Bnrnett nnd Balph
Thomas for a visit of severnl days.
Dr. Ren Moomnw nnd E. E. Strlrkler.
of Ronnoke, arrived here Saturday
night In fir. Moomaw's car. Dr. Moo
maw remained here until Tuesday eyon -
Ing. when he left for a visit to his
brother. In Pulaski.
Several young men. taking advanto
nge of Labor Day, came here for the
week-end nnd remnlned over until
Mondny nfternoon. Among these wore
Charles Sounders, of Richmond: O. C.
Armlstead and John S. Boswell. of
Mrs Mlnnl* Drewry Butrnnd and the
Misses Butrnnd, of Richmond, were
gttcnts who spent tho month of August
i hero. *
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispaieh.l |
Natural Bridge, Va., September "??
With the passing of the very success?
ful season, there lias come th?* depar?
ture "f pome ,f the summer colony
and the necessary leave takings would
!>.? painful If one did not expect to
meet the pleasant summer friends else?
where or to Join th'm here next sum?
mer. An unusual number of the sum?
mer colony will remain here for the
early fall and win enjoy life with a
zest the summer i ?uld not give. As
the days become ?ooler ??td?o'r sports
are more and more popular. The
most zealous walkers explore
the mysteries of Isabella's Stair?
way, a mdjst Interesting and
picturesque cave Others seek hitch
points for lovely views and a glimpse
of the Peaks of Otter in the distance.
The beautiful irlen always attracts the
visitor an dsojo . net at the Bridge.
One never tires ut seeing the great
stone arch, a veritable nek of ages.
This seems to be the most popular
touring season, so many are the motor
cars that coma In finding ?eat and re
frfSliment here There is a daily pro?
cession of automobiles that eitne Hying
blight colored pennants of many local?
ities and go out waving the Natural
Bridge pennant In Its varied hues. This
is a touring point oh the National high?
way from Atlanta ti New York. A
bettet rind rilbre direct automobile road
from Lynchburg to the Bridge is now
almost completed, which wllj make the
Bridge more quickly aocestlble to the
people of the Hill City.
Mis. Samuel K. Davy' of Philadelphia,
and Mrs R tbert Fergusson and child
ten, of Hampton, are new early fall
W; T. Prllchard, of Charleston, S. C,
Is spending his vacation here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bryan, ol
Richmond, came here while on a motor
trip through the Virginia mountains.
M. ?; Wallrice and John S. Wing),
of ki< hmond, recently spent a few
Mis K Booth and Miss booth, or
Willluinsburg, and Lieutenant W. it.
Booth, ot the United States Navy, visit
ed the Bridge while on a motor trip.
J. A. Mundy, Jr., and C. Ca.mll kob
Inson. of Wlhgina, are among the re?
Mrs. W. H. Palmer. Jr., Mlss Ross
and C. it. Antrim, of Richmond, tame
here on their return motor trip to the
Warm and Hot Springs.
Mrs. and Ml*s Duncan, of Charleston,
S>. C, have joined the early fall colon?
i'. k Bolton. aiPl T. P Carsjn, of
New York, recently spent a few days
Mr. and Mrs F. W. Lawrentz. Miss La?
urents and Mrs. Hasel k Lafrentz, of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. made an automobile
party that came here on their way to
the Hot and the White Sulphur.
Mr and Mrs. W M Lyle, Miss
Eleanot Eyle and Rev Beverly D.
Tucker. Jr., of the University of Vir
ginla. were a touring party that vis?
ited this point en route tu the White
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.] |
Haxrlsohburg, Va., September j.?Mr,
and Mrs. H. A. W. Happer, of Rich?
mond, gave a brilliant coltlllori V. ed
nesdav night in honor of Harry Ute
Dechert. son of Mr and Mrs. W. L
1 Dechert, and brother of Mrs Happer.
Among the dancers were Miss Anne
Black wood, of Washington; George
Brent, of Alexandria, and Mrs Henry'
Bagley. of Baleigh, N. C. guests of
Mrs. W. E. Manor.
Miss Margaret Roller, of Nart'olk. Is
visiting her aunt. Mrs. Ed. Conrad.
Miss JJlnnie Le Price is visiting
her brother. Edgar Price, in Charlotte.,
Dr. ar.d Mrs E. M. Beery, of Brook
lvn. N. Y., were recent guests of Mrs.
Beery-s mother. Mrs. A. M. Newman.
MiS6 Carrie May Fletcher has re-,
turned to Boston after a visit to hcri
uncle. A K. Fletcher.
John and Muriel Christian, of Lynch
burg, are guests In the home of Judge
and Mrs. T. N. Haas.
Miss Mary McEelland. of Richmond,
is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Rohr.
Dr. and Mrs Charges T. Lindsay, of
Baltimore, have been visiting his
mother. Mrs. C. H. Lindsay. In Bridge
Miss Elbe] Yost, of Winchester, has
arrived to spend some time in Har
Mrs Bd. C. Marts is visiting relatives
in New York City.
Mrs. R. B. Brooke and daughter. Miss
Amelia, are sojourning at Atlantic City.
Professor and Mrs. James C. John?
ston have returned from a visit to Ma
nassas and Washington.
I Mrs. Wlnrleid Liggett Is visiting
I friends in Frederlcksburp. Miss Mary
I Coffman Liggett has returned from a
visit to Boston.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bowling Oreen, Va., September 7.?
Miss Mary Thompson, of Alabama, Is
vlsit.lng her grandmother. Mrs. J. S.
Misses E-penia and Ada Glass-ell are
spending some time with friends In
Mrs. U A. Coghlll hns returned from
a visit to friends In Essex County.
Mrs. Wllllard w. Green is visiting
her parents. Mr nnd Mrs Hughes Dll
lard, In Chatham.
Rev. C. R. Crulkshank has returned
foom a visit to friends in Bristol.
Mrs William L Boyd, of Richmond,
is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
[ T. D Coghlll.
Miss May Bro.-vddus. of Richmond.
I Is spending some time with her par?
ents. Dr and Mrs. W. E Broaddus.
Miss Margaret Webb Is spending
some time In Richmond with friends.
Mr. and Mrs C A Broaddus have re?
turned from a visit to Mr nnd Mrs.
Charles Newhlll, In Esse* County.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C Valentine enter?
tained a number of their friends Tues?
day evening In honor of their niece.
Miss Eoillse Bnker. of KnoxviUe, Tenn
Among thos-e present were Misses
Susie Butler. Helen Broaddus. Louise
llnines. Annie M White. Ruth Barlow.
Alice Broaddus. Nellie Borum, Annie
Monoure, of Rlackston?, Mrs. Ray
?'arleton. of Montgomery. Ala.: Mrs
William L Boyd, of Richmond, and
Richard L. Berile, Athoi Collins, Wiii
Iiik Bowie, Aubrey Valentine nnd Dr.
John O. Broaddus.
New Onut That Quickly Removes These
There'* no lnng?.t th* Slightest nexrt of
fr^llnc; ashamed r?r venr freckle*, aa a new
drug. nthlne? double fUrentrth -has noon
discovered that positively removed these
Simply get one ounce o' nthlne double
HtreiiKth?from Trnitl? Prus Co nnd apple
a little of It at nicht, and In lie morning
you wllj aee that even the wnnl trecklc?
have becun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanished entirely It Is seldom
that more than an ounce Is needed to com?
pletely clear the skin and gain a beauti?
ful clear complexion
Be sure to ask rnr the fliuiwy atrfn?!h
othlne, aa Ulla I* Hold under guarantee of
[Special ioTIh- Tlmes-I >lspat?h.]
White Sulphur Springs, \V. VS . Sep. '
tember 7.?Although quite a number of
guests have left because children mtiSt
return t<> school, many more are
I.k?-d for the final weeks at this
resort. Never in the history of tho
'Old White" has there been such a
Summer, When the last affair has
been given?the last guesl departed?
then, ar.d then only, win this place
resume Its peaceful sleep, from which
it was awakened in the early summer
by its hundreds of Incoming visitors.
Many have been the dinner parties,
luncheon* and bridge games during the
past week, everyon*. seeming to vie
with everyone els- for the honor of
giving the most beautiful affair, but
perhaps the most elaborate as well as
uniquely artistic dinner way that given
Monday nigh> by Miss Valerie Padel
ford, of Washington, In honor of tne
departure of Mrs. Bchuyler Leggett, of
N< u York. who. with Ml Leggett; has
fceen spending the season here, both
young people being very popular with
every on. at the Springs.
Alt In.ugh the affair was given In the
cafe, it was hard for the guests to
real'ze that they were not ?lining In
a wonderouHlj beautiful log cabin,
which effect waa obtained by inclosing
the spac- about the round table wlin
natura] tree trunks. The logs which
formed th< r?of were Interwoven with |
vines, front which hung treat clusters .
"f tiny electric I'ghtS, red, blue and
white Prom tiie crimson mound of :
flower* ;n the centre "f tr... table rose i
a great bouquet "f Amerli in beauties,
and corsage bouquets of red roses and
lilies of the VMlle) v.l.- at the place
of each woman, and buttonhole bou?
quets of the Sam> flowers for the men.
The scarlet t .... aboilt the bouquets
were lat-r pinned upon the shoulder |
61 ? acn man by his fair partner, and i
'?.Id Iridet 1 did they look as the couples
danced latei in the ballroom. Those'
present were: Mr an Mrs. Schuyler ;
Leggett, New Vork; Mrs. Julia Kel?
logg Bradley, Washington. Miss Mary
Moniten. H'chmond. Miss Kate Nott,
New Orleans, Hunter Hreckenr'dge,
Fincaetle; VJaplC' l/ir-y. New York.
Pendletoh Bcckley and Scott Thropp.
Mrs. Hai'on Grundy. of Richmond,
an old-faahioned country supper
Tuesday night, the guest of honor
being Mrs. C. D. Wernw?ag. of
Bethayres, Pa., the guests going *n
automobiles. One of the most delight?
ful features of the affair was its ah
Sence of formality.
Just why ??.la.-k" Lory, of New York. ;
was tendered a coming-out party was ,
not state.I by the host and hostess. Mr. i
and Mrs. Thornton Lewis, of Cincin?
nati, for he must have seen many a
debutante through her first party, but
when about thirty guests gathered un?
der the great oak trees at "The
Meadows," as the Lewis home is
known, i veryone greeted him as en?
thusiastically as though he were mak?
ing his f'rsl blushing bow to society,
and 'the merrloci kind of a time was
el.Joyed, the guests partaking of sup?
per at twilight served on the. lawn
under the century-old trees.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrott B. Wall, of
Richmond, gave an Impromptu lunch?
eon Minday after returning from an
Informal party at the cottage of tje.-vrge
W Stevens, president of the Chesa?
peake and Ohio Railway, the feature
of which was the preseriiatlon of a i
wonderful bouquet composed of the
"common, or garden, variety" of vege?
tables, wound about with tin foil fiom
numerous champagne bottles to add to
the beauty of the gift. Among those
pr.-sent at the Wall luncheon were:
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wernwa?. Phil?
adelphia; Mrs. Francis Hornshoff. New
Y'ork, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Leggett.
New York: Mr. Waldo Hackett, I'hli
adelphla; George w. Stevens, jr., Rich?
mond, and "Jack" Lory. New Y'ork.
A breakfast In honor of the sum- i
mor's debutante. Miss Alice Lewis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton ;
Lewis, of Cincinnati, was given by ,
Mrs. Garretl B. Wall, of Richmond, the
centrepiece for which were asters.
Those present were: Miss Alice Lewis,
Cincinnati; Miss Valerie Padelford.
Washington; Miss Charlotte Allen. Cin?
cinnati; Miss Gwendolyn-- R.ithcrfoord,
lilchmcnd. Miss Neil Potts. Richmond; '
Miss Marlon Grundy. P.tchmond; Miss
Emily Powell. Cincinnati. Miss Zayde ,
Branch. Richmond, Miss Bfflc Branch,
Richmond: M<ss Foss. Boston; Miss
Martha Phintzy. Athens. Ga.; M?ss ,
Helen Stevens. Richmond; Miss Mary
Moulton. Bichmond; Miss Moffett. New
The presence of over lnn members of
the Kanawha Dispatch here on Thurs?
day ,tnd Friday for their annual meet?
ing was the occasion for the giving of
several large affflairs, on- given at
"The Meadows" by Mr. and Mrs. Thorn?
ton Lewis, of Cincinnati. Mr. Lewis
is tho manager of the company, and a ,
dinner for twenty-five guests was
given Thursday night by H. C. Blackls
ton. of Newport News. TV- seer, lory
on arrangements was Arthur B. Long,
Bocent arrival! hero from Richmond
include: George W Stevens. 11. C.
Strong. William H. White. Georg,? W. I
Stevens. Jr.. Dccatur Axtcll, C. < .
l.alker, J, R. Evans. Mrs. Garnett Nfl
son three children and nurse. Miss
Lou Belle C. Jones. J. A. White. M. .1.
Caples. H. S. Herberts. G. B. Wall, R.
G. Cahill. Mrs. R. G. Cahell.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Culpeper, Va.. September 7 ? Mr.
and Mrs. James Stewart Brand, of
Washington, are the guests of Mr. and,
Mrs. S M Newhouse.
Mrs Kennedy and little daughter.
Marv. of Washington, are the guests of
Mr and Mrs C W. Wine
Mrs. .1. W. Ware and mother. Mrs.
Nottingham, and Mtss Nottingham,
l~ft on Wednesday for Shepherdstown,
Va , where they will make their home.
They were accompanied to Washington
bv Mrs. Severn Nottingham
Mrs Dupriest. of Lynchhtirg. Is the
guest of Mrs. J. A Strother at "Kln
William Vancey and Mercer Jones
sp-nt several days this week In Rich?
W. W rhelf spent several days, this
week In Baltimore.
Miss Mary Royston left Culpeper on
Wednesday for Washington, where she
will visit frlenda.
Miss Louise Hough, of Alexandria Is
the guest of her aunt. Mrs L. P. Nel?
Charles Neal Goldrborough left Oul
peper on Thursday for Hampton-Sld
ney. where ho will attend school this
Misses f/ils and Prances Horsey, of
Washington, are the guests of Mips
Adella Yowell. at - Cornet View "
Mrs. B H. Miller, of Norfolk, Is the
truest of her niece. Mrs. R. B. Macoy,
on Main Street
Misses Louise Fray. Adella HoRon.
Julia Miller Blake, Annie Bickers and
John Blckets motored to Charlottes
vllle on Monday.
Misses Fannie Louise Rlxey and Lu
clle Williams left on Tuesday for
Farmvllle, where they will attend
School this winter.
Dr. Otis Marshall spent several dayii
this week In LynChbUPg.
Mrs Coy und family, who have boon
the guests of nr. nnd Mrs. G A
Sprinkle, returned to their home In
Richmond on Monday.
Miss Delin Walker, of Richmond. Is
the guest of Mrs. Wnllace Nallo.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1
Waverly, Va ? September 7 Mrs
John P May nnd son. John, have re?
turned from a visit of six weeks to
Mrs W. P. Dunawav, Jr.. at Berkley.
Miss Estello Fltohette. a.fter a visit
of several weeks to friends In Chase
City and Petersburg, has returned to
her homo in Waverly,
Miss Cocoa Rowe.who has been vlslt
Ing friends and relatives In Waverly
for tho past three months, has returned
to her home In Proderlckshurg.
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Exclusive Apparel for Women
BROAD AT SECOND
*w Fall Fashions
T&aloiredl Shafts?Snm&ff'fc Coafts
Ai?fogm<s)@ini aisadl SHiTcsolb G@wns
?M@glag?;ss ? Mallamieiry
Presenting the season's newest thoughts in
exclusive, high-class ready-to-wcar apparel.
Now ready in a profusion of the now approved models?
Cutaways?Round corner?Straight front Suits with cut
waist line, bolted and straight back coats in the new longer
lengths. Skirts slightly fuller; in draped, pannier, tunic and
straight line with inserted plaits at bottom.
Rough materials, .such as?Cut Zibeline, Velour de Laine,
Wool Eponge, Tweeds, Chevron Broadcloth, Wool Benga-.
line ami Serge predominate. COLORS?Navy, brown, ruby,
gray, taupe, black, fancy mixtures and checks. Values uja
$:3.E3 ScZ.ZO to $50:00
WE DIRECT PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO OUR
SM.ART COLLECTION OF
Amfammni Sftiree?: Hernes
Showing a very charming assemblage of
new " Chic" Velvet I fats?Silk Beaver and
Sojt Felt Hats?at the moderate prices oj
$(8.0? ft? $HS.??
We are generously prepared to show?
M@w Coats tfW Fall
in a broad selection of stylish fabrics: Soft Wool. Montagnac, Wool Terry, Boucle, Zihe.line
and Imported Fancy Wool Coats. They're the much-in-vogue straight line models; many
with "Robespierre" collars, kimono set-in sleeves or smart mannish effects?and are beau?
tifully lined with soft Persian, changeable and bright plain colors. Values are exceptional at
$16.5? $19.50 $25.0? it? $85.??
New Autumn Models just In?
The new autumn fashions show a decided influence of "Pannier"; new artistic
draped; or perfectly straight line gowns, just a bit fuller than before. They're in
Charmeuse. Crepe Meteor and Satin, softened by the dainty use of fine laces at
neck and sleeves; or with touches of bright colors?very attractive in the new
tones of amethyst, new blue, gray, taupe, mustard, seal brown, navy, American
Beauty and black?and unusual values at
$20.00 $25.00 $35.00 to $85.00
visiting; friends on East Main Street.
Mrs. W. V. Ford and sons. Wallace
and Aubrey, and daughter. Elizabeth;
are visiting friends and relatives in
Washington, D. C.
B. T. Hatch and Herbert Dretrry
have returned to their homes In Wav?
erly, after spending a week at Ocean
View and Virginia Beach.
Chevmbllss ?? llHamai and Oscar H.
West left to-day for the Virginia Mlli
itary Institute at Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Jester A. Orny havo
returned to their home in Milton, Del.,
after a visit of a month with relatives
Miss Mary Drew Bind, who has been
visiting In the home of Mrs. Harvey
Fleetwoo.f. on Fast Main ? Street, has
returned to her home in Greensboro,
Mrs. Walter P. Williams, who has
been visiting In the horn.- of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Sharp, near Waverly. for
the past ten days, has returned to her
home at Ziinl.
Misses Mary Hancock and Louise
Fleet wood, left Waverly this week for
Blaek.'tone. where they will remain
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohb and son. Ben,
ha.ve returned to their home In Black
stone, after spending a week in the
home of Mrs. Lucy Chappell, on Mam
Mrs George A. Harrison, nnd little
daughter, Nannie Baird. left to-day for
Petersburg, wher- they will vlsi' in
the home of Mrs. Robert Rogers, on
Henry Bevllle, of Blackstone, Is the
guest ?.f Wallaoo W. Chappell, on Main
Concord, Va., September 7.?Mrs. St.
EC. Ter rill, or Ilolllns, Is a guest at
the home of Mrs. .). H. Steele.
Mrs. Norman Hayilen Wheaton, of
Needles, Cal., is hen- visltlhg relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson and Mr a. K. C
Cross will leave the latter pan of the
week for h visit to relatives la
Mr, and Mrs. IL C. Page, of Crewe.
passed through town Monday en route
to New Vork City.
Mrs. John Hunter and ahlldron, of
Roanoke, who were guests at Dr. T. W.
Eatiea home last week, have roturhed
to their home.
Wharton Page, of Crewe. Is here
visiting his uncle, P. C Wharton.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ernest Tvler
and daughter, of Strymton. who have
been visiting at Mr. and Mrs J. H.
Stull, left for their home Monday.
J. H. Steele and L <!. Crews left
Wednesday for Columbus, O., for a
ten days' trip.
Mr and Mrs Enues Akera are hero
Rev. W. C. Williams left a few days
ago for a trip to Baltimore, Washing
top and other points North.
[Special to Tho Time>s-Dtspatidh.] |
Carteravlllo. Va_, September 7.?Mrs.)
I* Kle 1b .it home again after aJ
stay of scvernl weeks at \ lrgluiuJ
Beach and Richmond.
Mrs. Eovie Rogers Giiodycar, of Au-.
gusia, Oil.. In visiting he* uncle, B.
\V. Palrhore, 61 this place.
Hamilton High School opened Tues?
day for tlie aevehth, elghtli. ninth and
tenth grades. The grammar and pri?
m?r) grades will not be started until
a month lator.
Mr. Tyndall, at Richmond. Is prin?
cipal of the school this year, with Miss
Hunt, of Mastern Shore, as assistant
In the High Sehool work. Miss Veriia
White has the grammar grades, with
Miss Mary Reynolds In charge of tho
primary work. Miss Stella Duko Is thej
instructor In music.
Miss Uly Rhodes has returned fromi
a visit to her sister. Mrs. Philip Masern,)
Mrs. J. E. Brooke and two child/en.,
left Thtirsday for her home in M'i.ry-1
land. She will bo gone several WeveksJ
Mrs. William O Snead and three*)
Children, of Kork l'nlon. have been]
spending some time with her pa-rentsj
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dickinson. n
Mrs. Florence Graves Edwards, wheel
hns been a guest at Ifotel Kle for sonic]
time, has returned to her Qtome Inl
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Whether you prefer rich, massive mahogany, or solid quar?
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