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SPEAKS ON IMPERILED
ART BEFORE WOMAN'S CLUB
llcreptton Tendered Mr*, Lucy Daniel
Cmitlr)?Art Clufc Hborrlnic I'lc
tureN by William L, Khcppnrd.
A largo audience of members and
their guests filled the parlors of tho
Woman's Club yesterday afternoon to
hoar Mrs. Lucy Daniel Cautloy on
"Perished and Imperiled Art." Mrs.
Cautley was formerly Miss Daniel, of
Jtlchmond, and the club was thronged
with her frlonds to welcome her back
again. She Is u very intellectual and
traveled woman, and her locturo
sketched In somo detail the history
?>r art In Europe and tho great loss
the world has suffered In tho recent
destruction />f such treasures. Tho
spenker stated that Hho would only
touch the sallont points of Interest,
tho first of which was architecture.
She mentioned the wonderful" temples
and cathedrals of Europe, and tho
reverence In 'which they have been
, held throughout the centuries.
Mrs. Cautley, who has been on tho
Continent all tho past summer months,
concluded her address with a plea that
the women should set the standards
and the seal of their approval upon
peace, as well as upon prowess In war.
Mrs. Preston Cocke poured coffee for
the Informal reception following tho
lecture, and Mrs. John W. Harrison
presided at the tea tablo. Captain A.
J.\ (julgon presented Mrs. Cautley to
her audience In a very happily-worded
little speech, welcoming her there on
behalf of ?lho club.
At the Art flub.
rtev. James (Power Smith, D. D., will
speak at tin: Art club this afternoon
i.i -1:30 o'clock, and tea will be served
by ihe house committee after his talk.
The exhibition of pictures by W. I*.
Sheppard now being held at the club,
whlcli Is op"n to visitors every day
this week, will aljo. be open on Fri
day night.
Mnnv Theatre Parties. 1
One of the biggest social events of
tho fall season will bo iho appcarancc
of Mine. Anna Pavalowu and her troupe
at the Academy of Music Thanks
giving. matinee and evening, and souio
? t tloso who will ontert-iln parties
Include Mrs. George IJ. McAd.-uns, Mr.
?n?i MrsA Pickett Latlirop, Miss Loulle
Williams, .Mrs. Kdinund Waddlll. Mrs.
U. L. l'owers, Mr. and Mrs. William
Korbes, Paul ltlanehard, Mrs. Charles
V. Meredith. Mrs. O. IJ. 11 111. K. B. Syd
nor, J. M. McCabe, Palmer Leigh, Dr.
and Mrs. George Hon Johnston, A. O.
Swink, C. P. Sauer, Walter Leake, John
G. Walker, Colonel Jo bane Stern, Les
lie II. Heed, Mrs. It. S. Hoyhor, Addison
Uennolds, Mrs. Sain Cohen, Kraham
Grig*, Charles J. Anderson. Mr. and
.Mrs. John A. Coke, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert. Wcldon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
?lusher, General and Mrs. William Kuf
dn i'ox. Mrs. Lewis 11. Itlalr, Kobert M.
.lefTresk. MIhb K. H. Stewart, Miss
Norma Stewart, Mrs. G. K. Po'lock,
William H. l'lxxlnl, Mr. and Mrs. Archer
<1. Jones, It. J. Snead, Mr. uud Mrs.
Martonsteln, W. C. JetTres-. Thomas 11.
? !ny and Mrs. H. G. ltucnhnan.
The learnt of the Cnlvcrsltlea of Vir
ginia nn<l North Carolina will occupy
i oxes for the night performance, and
most of the students and the girls at
tending tho Thanksgiving dances lsjter
'n the evening will also be present.
The theatre will bo gay with Its deco- j
rations of the two college colors, and
.. brilliant society audience will til!
the Academy of Music to wltnest both
performances, which aro under the di
rection of Mrs. Mary Pace Groner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 1)
? ?ace. of this city.
Hunt'* mill Cnlinrrt.
Tho Alumnae Association of Mif.i> Ki
U-tt's School are planning b dance and
*oolcty cabaret show, to be held on tho
nt^ht of Dectmbar 'JO in tho ballroom
of the Jefferson Hotel. It will be one
<>C the fashionable charity events of
*he Christina* i<?.*as?ri, anil a number of
tables have, already been reserved The
entertainment 1m for the benotll of tho
ik'ljilan relief 'uml and educational
interest in Richmond. Some of the
leading sG.iety girls in Richmond have
ehargo 01 it. and tho list of patronH is
;\ long and fashionable one.
Kor I'ntber Knnp.
Tho women o? the Tabernacle -So
ciety of the Hatred Heart Cathedral
will give a reception to-morrow after
noon .it 4 o'clock at the rectory in
honor of Father Kaup, who ha* Just
returned from an extended stay abroad.
The reception will be a handsome af
fair In all ita dotalls and a number of
prominent women will HCt as a recep
tion committee for the afternoon.
Opening Dance.
About seventy-five women and a
great many fashionable little girls and
boys were presont Saturday afternoon
at the opening dance given by Mist"
Jdear Steelo Traylor. of Frederloks
burg, at Miss Morris's School here.
Miss Traylor's little pupils from Pe
tersburg gave an exhibition of all the
now <lances and fancy dances dating
from the early sixties, and they Wt re
much applauded. Tho graceful dancing
of little "Margaret Poitieue, who is only
four yenra old, was much commented
upon. The class in Richmond will meet
every Thursday afternoon, beginning
this week, at 4 o'clock. Tho following
children from Petersburg took part in
she dances on Saturday:
Margaret Jameson Williams, Marie
Patterson Bootho, Helen Josephlno
Reagan, I.auretta and Margaret Pow
ers, Cecelia Wray Roscnstoek. Mary
Fischer Collier, Rosa I'arham lCevan,
Mary iCerline Williams, Kmily Barlott
R.,per, Miriam and Sophie Gelllmnn,
Olivia Bryan Fit/, Arllne Oilman Tray
lor, Alice Miller flyers, Virginia Ia>c
find Marie l-iovo Bowman, Margaret
Uugar Helnemann, Master James T.
Collins, Jr., Samuel A. Itolnaeh, Jr.,
Nicholas J. Francis, Maurleo M. Finn
and James A. Rosenstock.
Married lu Alexandria.
Miss Charlotto Applch, daughter of
airs. Anna M. Applch. and M. G. Gasser,
of Richmond, were quietly married at
noon Saturday In Jnimanuol Lutheran
Church. Alexandria. Tho ceremony was
performed by Rov. C. 10. Brant, pastor.
The bride was given in marriage by
her uncle, W. 11. Stouernagel, of Rlch
moiul, and was attended by her slrter,
Mrs. William II. White. A reception to
the family and a few friends was ten
dered the wedding party at the Applch
residence, and Mr. and Mrs. Gasser loft
for a wedding: trip to New York, and
will make their home in Richmond.
In Warrenton.
Dr. Robert Fraaler, of Richmond, Is
a guest at the homo of Mrs. Hugh
Hamilton, In Warrenton. Miss Janet
Hamilton arid Mrs. Bowie, left the past
?eel: for Richmond, where they will
upend some time with relatives. Mrs.
F. E. Bowman, of Remington, and Mrs.
James Vass, of Culpcper, are alHO
guests of Mrs. Hugh Hamilton, who
hap recently returned from a visit to
relatives In Culpcper.
I.ectnre thin Afternoon.
The second of the series of lectures
to be given by Mrs. Sally Ould Donald
son in tho aMditorlunt of Miss lSllett's
School, 14 North t^aurol Street, will
take place this afternoon from 4 to 5
o'clock. 'The lectures are "A Study of
tho War," and have been the tujbjcct
of much interested comment.
O'Grady?Herbert,
Tho marriage of Miss Marie/Theresa
Herbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Herbert, to John Francis O'Grady,
eon of Mrs. Josephine O'Grady, was
celebrated on tho morning.of Novombor'
II. at 11 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic I
Fashion's Decree
To-day'o Dress Hint, with
authentic noto an to ityU
and fabric
Black satin and white taffeta com-1
bine effectively in this afternoon cos
tume. The frfjled skirt is trimmed j
with two-Inch bias hands of black J
satin, and the name innterial forms the'
shirred barque, Of course, the dalnti* I
est finish for the neck of any dark i
r-niln waist l?? a collar of line linen. An |
artificial rose appears at one elde of]
the collar. The- co?tumc? requires 5 Ai ,
jnrds H-inch taffeta and 2 yards 43-j
1 tn*h black satin.
Pictorial lie view Waist No. ?>030.!
Blzcs. 32 to 44-inch hunt. Price, 15 i
etnts. Skirt No. SS13. Sizes, 21 to
.iO-lnel) waist. 1'rico, 13 cents.
The pattern irlll bo mailed to any
addrena by The Tlinen-ninpntrli Pattern
Department i>n receipt of price.
Church. Miss McEvoy rendered the
bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" as a
preceswional, and othor appropriate se
lections during tlio ceremony, which
wan performed by Rev. Father Charles,
assisted by Hev. l'athcr Dominic and
Rev. Father Brennan. Thy bride was
given In marriage by her brother
Alexander Herbert. She was gowned
in crope meteor and chiffon, with trim
mings of pearl and old Inc. Her long
veil of lace was held in place by a
wreath of orange blossoms. and she
carried a shower bouquet of Bride
rose* and lilies of tho valley. Her |
maid of honor, Miss Hilda Herbert, |
wore pink satin with a tunle of chlfTon
I trimmings of lace and French era
i broidery. Her bouquet was of Klllar
! ney rones. The church was deooratca
j in ferns and chrysanthemums.
! Ilenry W. O'Grady, brother of the
. groom, was best man. and the ushers
| were Walter Herbert, George Herbert,
; brothers of the bride; J. Melvin
1 O'Grady, brother of the groom, and Dr.
I Frederick. P. Fletcher. Jr.
I A reception immediately after thu
j ceremony wan held at the home of the
I bride, In Henrico, after which Mr. and
?Mrs. O'Grady left for u wedding tout
; of Boston und other Northern points,
t Out-of-town guests here for the cere
mony were Miss Margie McAllister, or |
Washington, and Miss Mailer, ol' Pitts
burgh, I'a.
Kntcrtulncd In I.y ochburg,
j A small affair of last week in Lynch
I burg was a tea given by Mrs. Peyton
1 Marshall to a few frlendH for Miss
? Lorn Chaplri, of Richmond, and Mrs.
! Harry Hodges. During the course ot
I the afternoon refreshments were
| served, and the guests included Miss
: Kate Beckwith, Misses Phoebe ano
' Kate Holt, MIsh Alice Clark, Mrs. Ran
dolph Marshall, Miss Annie Calhnuti,
Mrs. Mosby, Mrs. 10. Schaefer. Mrs.
Wilkins, Mrs. Massie Warwick and Mrs.
I Holmes Smith.
I \ lniilnR Relative*.
| Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Baker, of Ricli
i lands,'Tazewell County, who have been
; visiting relatives Iti Harrisonburg, left
Saturday afternoon for a visit to rela
tives at New Market and Broadway.
They wore accompanied by Mrs. Baker's
sister, Miss Eliza Wright, of Harrison
burg.
Charity Events.
A mimbei of charity events have
been planned for the Belgian Relief
Fund this week. This evening at 8:30
j o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. Hor
ace Wellford Jones, 200 East Franklin
[ Street, a concert will be given by a
| number of prominent musicians for
I tho benofit of the Belgian fund. A
charming program lias been arranged,
and tho public 1h invited to attond.
A number of well-known women,
who make their homo In the Hanover
Apartments, will give a bridge party
and danco this evening for the ben
efit of the Belgian Relief Fund. Cards
will begin at 8:30 o'clock and the
dancing at 9.V.v
(ifOMP?Cnmcti,'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Garnett,
of Fannvllle, have Issued invitations
for the marriage of their daughtor,
Rosn, to Clyde Greear, of St. Paul.
The ceremony will take place In the
hdmo of the bride's parents at Farm
vllle on November 26.
Hlrthdny Party.
At tho home of Edward W. Flet
cher, 2319 East Broad, Friday night,
an enjoyable evening ^*as spent by his
friends, in cofobratlon of his twenty
first birthday. Those present woro:
Misses Genevlevo Disney, lvatherine
Reddin, Teresa McKlnley, Miss Peter
son, Gortrudo Fletcher, Elyrla Atkin
son. Mary Gurrin, Nell Enriglit, Mary
Bagley, Ellen Shea, Ellen Tucker,
Ethel Hill, Mary Fagan, Kathorino
Bowen, Lillian Biankonshlp, Rhea
Llvesay, Annie Tucker, Genevieve
Amrhion, Elizabeth Slewers, Kathorino
Kelly, Laullo Hlrschburjr, Julia Sie
worn, Annlo Amrhlen, Hlta Robinson,
Marie McKinloy, Annie McDonough,
Margaret Wright, Alleen Loid, Nell
fteddin, Cecelia Grasbeiger, MarKH
let Ragley, Toreea and Itoso Fletcher.
Messrs. plbflon Baughan, Fred Over
man. Temple Atkinson, Milton Bolrno,
Joseph Noonan, Frank McKinloy. Jos
eph McDonough, William Armheln,
Jlenry 0'<Jr/*dy. Phillip Grficc. Tlonry
Rldonour, ICarnest Mills, Lawrenco
Sicwore. Louise Hhaughnessy, Thomas
Blnna, Kiivone McDonough. James1 Mc
Kin ley, Leonard Kostor, Otto OraH
berger. Charles O'Donnell, Frod, John,
Edward, Lawrence and Herman Flet
clicr, and the chaperons wero Mr. and
Mrs. Frod Fletcher. Mrs. W. P. Flet
cher, and Mrs. Kate O'Oorman.
Concert To-Nlghl.
An Interesting musical event of this
evening will bo the concert at Orove
Avenue Baptist Church at 8:15 o'clock,
which will bo given by A. B. Hunt
Mr. Hunt sang In tho recent evangel
ical campaign of tho BaptlntB In thin
city, and a delightful program has
been arranged. The public Is invited
to attend.
1ST AND OUT OF TOWN.
Mr. und Mrs. J. Preston Carson, of
' Dundee," loft town yesterday for Now
York City.
Mips Norma Doswell, who has been
tho giK-st of Judge and Mrs. George L.
Christian here, lias returned to tho
University of Virginia.
Minn I,ora Crump has roturned to
tho Chesterfield, after a visit to New
York and Philadelphia.
Mrs. W. A. Loving, Jr., of this city,
In visiting her ulster, Mrs. T. Lawrence
Patrick, In Danville.
Colonel and Mrs. Jennings C. Wise,
i who have been spending some tlmo
I hero, hav6 returned to their home in
Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walden Jeffries
I and Miss Camilla Jeffries, of Warren
j ton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Solon
i 1>. Woodfln, in Ashland.
| Mrs. Tazewell Taylor has returned
; to Norfolk, after a visit to her sister,
j Mrs. Horace S. Hawes, in this city.
Mrs. J. A. C. Keith and her chll
| dren have returned to Fauquier Coun
ty, after visiting relatives in Rich
mond.
; Mrs. Brooke Lawson, of Fauquier
County, Is visiting Mrs. C. A. Dumpsey,
1610 Park Avenue.
Mrs. Sykes, of South Carolina, le the
jjuest of hor daughter, Mrs. Gilbert
Weldon, at the Chesterfield.
Miss Klsie Buttgen, of this city,
spent the week-end as the guest of
friends in Fredericksburg.
W. T. Cunningham, who has been
visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. R.
Fowler, here, hao returned to his
I home at Rollings.
i Misses Lucile Wright and Margaret
j Thompson, of Louisa County, spent
several days last week in Richmond,
i Miss Pattie Hasklns, of Richmond,
I 1h the guest of Mrs. O. W. Roach, at
I her home, in Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. John McComb, of Rich
mond, aro visiting Dr. and Mrs. Cnrl
Bowman in Waynesboro.
j Mrs. Joseph Rllle, who haB been in
Richmond for somo tlmo, has returned
: to her home, In Roanoke.
Mrs. R. M. Galnoa, of Richmond, has
been the guest of friends In Freder
icksburg for tho past several days.
Mrs. 10. B. Smith has returned to tho
University of Virginia, aftor spending
several weeks in Richmond -with her
ton, Dr. 12. K. Smith.
WOMBS'S MKBTI.VGS.
Tho Old Dominion Chapter. l)augh?
ters of tho American Revolution, will
meet to-day at 12:30 o'clock at the
Jefferson Hotel. '
A callcd meeting of tho Williams's
Memorial Circle of Kind's Daughters
will be held In the homo of Mrs. Li.
11. JenkliiN, 1839 Monument Avenue,
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A full at- j
tendance is desired.
The meeting of tho Belgian Badge
Day Association, which was to have
been held Friday at noon at the resi
dence of Mrs. Frank D. Williams, on I
West Franklin Street, has been post- I
poned until to-day at the same hour,
*?hen all committees and those hav
ing charge of stations for Badge Day
are urgrd to be present.
This afternoon tho Interdenomina
tional Missionary Union will meet at
3:30 o'clock at tho Young Women's
Christian Association. This is a rery
Important meeting, aince It Is the an- I
nuul fall session, and a full attendance j
is desired.
The Social Service Federation will j
have tho following officers for the
ensuing year: president, Mm. .1. Tyler
Jobson; first vice-president, Mrs. W. ]
A. Burrows; second vice-president,'
Mrs. C. V. Meredith; secretary. Miss,
Alice Dooley; treasurer, Mrs. D. K. I
Hooper. Plans have been formulated
for the opening of a homo for work- I
lug girls under tho auspices of the fed- |
eratlon, and ofTorts aro also being i
made to secure two policewomen for
the city and welfare matrons in the
business houses and factories, whore n
large number of girls aro cmpolyed.
A school of philanthophy will probably
bo opened in the near future.
Richmond Chapter, Daughters of tho
Confederacy, will meet at L.eo Camp
Hall to-inorrow at 11 o'clock. Reports
will he received from Che delegates to
tho convention at Savannah. Visiting
Daughters of tho Confederacy will be I
welcomed. <
MLLE. PAVLOWA DESCRIBES
NEWEST SOCIETY DANCE
Given InMtnictionN for Forward Hud
Rack Walk, and Position
for One Step.
ARTICLE I.?THE ONE-STEP. *
(By Anna Pnvlowa.)
My one-step differs somewhat from
that of hist season. There Is no sway
ing of tho body. Stand erect In "closcd
position," arms at shoulder height and
hands near their bodies. Tho dance
has six divisions.
First, lady moves forward on tho
first coiintt Instead of back, .as custom
ary. Tho accompanying photograph In
the salute, which comes on tho fourth
bent of the music Just before tho "one"
count. It would be counted: one, two,
three, salute, begin. Tho actual one
step commencing on tho flr*t musical
bent In the measure.
Either eight or four steps are taken.
On the first step, a long one, tho
dancer should permit both her knees
to drop slightly; tho second, third and
fourth In units of four (on which thei
one-step is based) will be shortor steps,,
thus acccntlng the first beat.
So, as the dancers progress, it is one,
two, three, four; one, two, three, four.
The cavalier starting back on his left
In a st<M> on the ball of his foot of
about eight or nine Inches, making a
slight dip on both kneos to correspond'
with that of iils lady.
The second division is a Bide glide
that may be used either for a ItRlf or
a complete turn? The third introduces
a polka ivarlatlon, and is executod by
tho purtnerd In a "half-open" position.
Pavlowa's Standardized One-Step
Photo by Neame. Jx>nrton. Copyrlffht, 1514. M*t nahtnoft.
FORWARD AND RACK WARD.
Photograph especially poswl for by .Mile. Pavlovra and her partner, M.
CluHtine.
Division four Introduces a "crossover"
chasse, In which the partners change I
positions from side to side: while dlvl- I
slons live and Bix consist of more orlg- !
innl figures. One quite tungollke, and j
one ulinost Husslan.
The above article Is the first of an |
Illustrated scries by Anna T.ivlowa, the j
premiere ballerina of the St. Peters- '
burg Imperial Opera, on the new social j
dances. The. photographs are of her
and her partner. Ivan CMauBtlnc (inaltre j
de ballet of the Imperial Opera houses |
In St. Petersbu tg. Moscow and the
Paris Cirand Opera).'
Give Yourself a Fair Deal
BY MLLIA.t RL'SSELL.
Give yourself a fair deal. This may, J
at first, sound IIko a peculiar sugg'-a- ]
! Uon. Self-preservation is one of the j
primary laws of nature. Selfish in- j
Ftlnote are generally sufficiently de- 1
veloped to lead people to try for a j
square deal for themselves. Yet these
I people cannot see themselves through
j the eyes of others. Through thought
i leHsnesa they may neglect to put their
| hect foot forward.
j First Impressions are made by the
| personal appearance. The eye is quick '
i to act. It records its Impressions,
j They are difficult to erase. It is worth
i your while to calculate on the first
I impression you make. Sometimes prl
I inary impressions are so unfavorable
, that there Is no opportunity fot n sec
I ondary. Successful men are keenly
1 aware of this fact?and so are suc
cessful women. Their nppearnnco la
a part of their stock In trade. It Is
a percentage of their capital Invest
! mcnt and pays a big return.
I There is no woman so ugly but that j
i her appearance can be improved by i
| study and care. It is a duty every j
woman owes to herself to bring out j
and make prominent her most attrac- j
live features. It is in this way that <
she con glvo herself a "square deal." |
Your hands may bo naturally beau
tiful, but if neglected others will I
merely see them as they are and not j
as they might be. If neglect has i
wrought havoc with your complexion,
others will see It as It Is and not as
j it was or as It could bo made.
And ho It Is with the clothes you
I wear. If you are careless and do not
devote enough timo to the selection
I of becoming gowns, others will see
you Jn the costumes you wear and not
In the ones you might have selected.
Kemembor, beauty is only slcln deep, j
but that is as far as tho eye pene-\
trates, and the eye records Jiret lm- I
presslons.
I.tlllnn lluKNcll'ti AuMtvrr*.
12. \V.: The eyes require the greatest ]
I care upon arising in the morning or
i after any exposure to wind, dust or sun. |
Bathe the eyes In tepid water in which I
a little salt has been sprinkled, making
tho water about as salty as tears. The
best method of bathing tho eyeH is with
an eye cup. Cold tea leaves aro a
great healer to tender eyelltts, and will
keep tho eyelids smooth and firm. If i
you will send mo a stamped, addressed j
envelope, I shall send you a formula
for an excellont eye wash.
II. A.: There is nothing one can do j
to reduce the knuckles when the bones
aro large. Nothing will make a bono |
smaller. However, I am suro you can i
cover up this defect by massage with j
warm olive oil each night or a good j
skin food. This will feed the ukin and i
make tho knuckles more plump. Hub |
the oil well Into the knuckles each j
night before retiring, and allow a por- |
tlon of it to remain on all night.
c. ? !
Dr. Brady's Health Talks !
Rheunuitlz or Hhrnm It Isn't. j
No less than a score of different !
Joint diseases, each due to a different'
causo and requiring different treat- .
mont, masquerade under tlio broad, i
easy-going title of "rheumatism." With
some contented souls It is enough to,
reallae that there Is something wrong i
ill or about the Joints.- With that fact |
plainly ovldent, and a lot of other in- ;
formation which Isn't so evident, but ?
looks all right In print, theso victims <
proceed to "try" one highly recotn- j
mended remedy after another?stop-j
ping long enough botwoen cures to'
write a testimonial, perchance, but i
novor dospalrlng of hitting upon a
panacea sotno flno day.
If It were not for tho patent medi
cine advertisements?some of which
disgrnce even the medical journals?
and I he complacency of doctors who
aro content to prescribe a ready-mado
remedy for a ready-mftdo diagnosis,
the term "rhoumutlsm" would soon be
forgotten. To be .sure, It has been
worlted to a farc-you-well by the medi
cal profession. All popular medical
delusions of the day aro mere per
petuation of old-time medical mistakes.
The only trouble is. It takes the pub
lic about twenty years to discover that
the profession has renewed. And tlio
profession doesn't right-about-face all
at once; some of us have to ffo ahead,
at great personal risk, in scouting par
ties: and others remain behind a few
years, eliminating uric acid from an
unsuspecting clientele.
Kind the Depot of Polaon.
In every case of acute or chronic
joint trouble which is dubbed "rheu
matism," the causative factor is some
kind of infection, gout alone excepted.
In a large share of the cases the speci
fic germ can be determined by careful
examination of the patient as an in
dividual. in a reasonable number tho
primary seat or d<*pot of infection can
lie brought to light by a painstaking
Investigation of tho various portals of
entry, and, If the depot can bo cleanod
up or cleaned out, tho patient gets per
manently well, provided ho has not
delayed an unreasonable length of
time.
Knowing that "rheumatism" Is a
name for a great muny different all
mi-ntK, none of them one whit more in
fluenced by tho weather than other
kinds or invalidism, it seems a pity
that unprincipled pirates should be per
mitted to take advantage of the popu
lar delusion and foist upon the people
i lot of worthless, poisonous dope un
der tho label of "uric acid eliminator"
and "rheumatism remedy," when as a
matter _of fact, uric acid has nothing
to do with joint inflammation, and there
is no drug or combination of drugs
which can possibly help more than
one form of joint Inflammation?and the
victim's chance of having that particu
lar form Is about onu in ft thousand.
UueMtlonn and Atii?v*er?.
Mrs. H. W. W. Inqulroe: la there a
work on personal hygiene especially
for women?I mean a book written for
the lay reader?which you can recom
mend V
Keply.?Yes: you will find "Personal
Hygiene for Women." by Anna M. Gal
braith. Nr. D., (\V. B. Saunders Com
pany, Philadelphia, %2 net), a val
uable book. It contains Instructive
chapters on development and phslcal
training.
L. S. A. inquires: Have any new
methods of treating psoriasis been
discovered within the past two or three
years? Is It a curable diseaso or can
It only bo relieved? Are thoro baths
of any kind that would help?
Uoply.?Yes. Yes. Yes.
Every Pair Guaranteed.
Regular values, 50c, 75c
and $1.00.
Special Price during this
J)Sale, 25c.
Supply yourself liberally
to-day.
LOUISE KEELER
formerly with
ALICE MA YNARD OF NEW YORK
offers a most impressive showing of Gowns, Blouses, etc.,
from the leading Fashion Houses, and will display at
HOTEL JEFFERSON
November 19th and 20th
UNITED DOCTORS
Hgeclalltte In Chrval*
UIicuh, ?
806-812 l.yrlc Theatre Bid*.
Manufacturers' Exhibit
Main ? Sixth Sts?3 Flo<ir?.
A Permanent Display ot
Richmond-Made Ciowls.
Free Admission, Nothing Sold.
Open Daily. B A. AI. to 7 P. M.
Low FrofH Mky Skri .
MASONIC 1XMP1&
Ladies and Gentlemen
Kata Ilo-Shaped to Present Styles.
Verra Hats Works
XI t North Flrat Street.
nlCIIMOND. VA.
Childrens' School 1
Shoes * . ? A ?P
ALBERT STEIN
Cor. 5th and Broad Sts.
Colored Satlors
$1.48
(Main Floor Salons)
New Sailor Shapes in every wanted color
sand, gravel, covert, cherry, cerise, Tete de
Negre, solid white, white and black, Russian
Green, mater blue and old rose.
THE KAUFMANN STORE
SPORTS,
For That "Nobby" Appearance, Send'
Your Clothes to "Remington's."
Prompt and Guaranteed Work.
HEMINOTON CLEANING WORKS OF
niCHMONU.
Telephone Randolph 6307.
1026 West Broad Strcot.
I.mllcw Work a Bpeclntty.
Fox-Trotting Without a
Fox Trot Hat
TS like joy riding on a steam roller. You lose
A most of the exhiliratoin. Fox-Trot Hats have
the grace and beauty and ginger of youth; they
ride the fox-trotter's
head proudly like a vik
ing of the sea. No dan
ger or possibility of mis
hap; tney fit snugly.
Take note of the beau
tiful Hats, all "trot
ters"?the flame-reds,
the snowy white, white
as the Dove of Peace;
the charming tones of
rose, the aristocratic
pale Hats of the color ^ ~
of sand. ft
Close-fitting, snug
shapes ^nd medium sailors, trimmed in keeping
with the spirit of the dance. Fur and flowers
and colors?these are the raw materials from
which deft fingers mold and fashion the "beau
chapeau." The frock Dansant really must find
its compliment in the proper Hat. Yet, how
often is it not so? Echo answers, "Often."
The price? Moderate.'
$10.00 and $12.50
Chances
With other supposed cleaners
and dyers, but send your car
pets, portieres, draperies, etc.,
and have them cleaned and dyed
liKe new at
Footer's Dye Works
Cleaning and Dyeing Men's Clothes a Specialty
A rend e BlUg., Voiuhee ^t., lie t ween Flroad and Grace,
^ Elegant Wedding Gifts
5 This old-established house is still headquarters for J
jj Elegant Wedding Gifts, and their assortment for this R*'
season of ^
if Solid Sterling Silver 1
jjg of the latest and most exclusive designs, is larger and
prices more reasonable than ever before. An inspection
and comparison is very cordially invited.
The Nowlan Company
Leading Jewelers, ... - 921 Kast Main Street.

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