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SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE WORKING FOR MOVING PICTURE PLAY
iirji'lin:*. trmn Jf'I'i in right ? in Imdy o| ear?Mrs. (!. Harvey < liirko. Mrs. It. K. I'lannagan, .Miss Nora Houston, Mrs. Jolm Arinstead. Mrs. Alice
< ici'h?'\ Taylor. Mr-.. I>. IHooker. Mrs. < 'limit*. V. Meredith and Mrs. tJeoruia May .fohson. Outside cur?Mis*. Adele Clarke. Mrs. \reher .tones,
^ r??. (.ai land I'ollard. Mi-. ? alter Worinley. Mrs. Karnest Meade, .Miss Linda Ivoiuer, Mrs. Stuart Kevuolds, Mrs. \V. II I'rmihart and Mrs
\ I oMfl .
m eh m he
IS FICTION Hi FRET
J'uni*;?ixistami Social Workers
Ii>-f I'uliiic Inlt'i'csl ill Hit
IW'lialf.
mimmi m w u;i: i.aw
! ion I'ii tti'C of SittVrae.e !M:i\ al
''olonial Theatre TM> Week?So
t::I Service ?'onference Open*
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en > ;?11 rf rosl m . !? '< in to
l.inticha house in >0:1 . -Mior
hoi.il. Mr'. Mary W'lill ? hii?-;.ler
1? fh?' mnl">n of th<- jr . ? . r]
.Mi: s Sarah Holler, the j offlniT
ni.tl.'-s tn r hoir><< * 11 ?? r f V ??>
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with t;n' .luveallo Court. i '..iriy ,k
?Ill without a limls her way to
tlii 11l-tii. '? i lionii . .iinl -ventualK
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sill l\l. ??*. ? OM Illir.M H
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f. ..t -irlM l i- >w. pt ovi-r this . ity
follow m III.- ' ? % .-1:U !<?ns <'f < .m illions
K |itii'.!..| < I . ICU it.'.I \ i1 *' district.
W h. ? ' Jll: ' ? t! ?><'*? 11 ??> 1,1
tht>! si.- .i rul til- v ??! a I |>h IS-.- ?'f
i .!? a ? ? t int > i holnp lion.- In lt'f'h
in.i . a ii-rwill hi" brought
,., 11 ;i t ill.* i \* .. . ..i. i ? r?Ii- - of ill.'
,1 -. . i. . 1". il-ratioli, w ill' h opens
ih- . st\ ;..-nioi row
I .. ,1 w..rk-rs will speak :it the moct
l|M .M..ll.|;l- a ft - I' I . 1. 111.' Minis.' of
? , ,tfs Thus" III.-111.Ii' ?' Moi-e
probation ..III on lav-nil"
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..IP,. 1 W ' ' A.. Mis*
? . i.. , on In- lniili I Ui^ lioiiii
M Mary W SoImiil*-?! . of tli?
\,-'i tth m-iit lloiin . a: 1.1 l>r .1
Martin si 'I'. ta:> >f lii> Slat. Hoard
"Ii i: il..-.- .'Mil < "ol I '???'t ion -
M i Kal.-otn' ?. of it.' Sl.-ish
If . 15i r 1 s. ii I'. iins> lvaiisa,
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<;o\ . i ? Stuart '.li s l-'al" oner h:?
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I i i i. .???lit iu--tinn ol tli- I'-.'il.
sylyunla State Woiiil'ii's
t',. i'.s at ,<l.'i?hto?i I'Vui w.-r.
,,si. .... .. to Mn visltliin ? luh woni-ri.
.1 ,i HiiI.' ImmI eiitetia iiiin lit for
I . > In ii-iil.
Ttn-stltiy aftortuion Mrs Falconcr will
;.| , . .?! in" for w oiii-n in t h>
' v-ir.h Sir. .-1 Christian ?'iiiir. h, an.I
? . tlillL.' It M I.lill. . who ?
j ii. -o.-ia i Wni iv " l'hllail-1
v. .1 iihlr-.-s Mi- t on f.-ri-iic.' a'
i , - nil pla >'?? M- w ill he it roquet I
|j,.\ \\ A. I'oop. r. pr-snl-nl of Mo
liMi.iinl I'oilli. l! of Soi a! W'ol k-l >
M - ?..i.i>'ia Ma\ .lolison will pr- side
i these me. Mnus.
CULPEPER
? . ?, -o TI.. Times Mis |i:> I <? 'i ]
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. | .v < .5a i-. -ii I"iay hi; on Sun-lay
t - j t. ? ?. .1 . . oil ill. SI V ill.' lis-! ine
tin ! (mints in I'loi l.la. w'l-r. M.- \
i,. . petal '..-v. i 'I .lays ?>! Mm.
\ a n.l Mrs K K Johnson also
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i. other SoUtli. i n Slalt's
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, 11..i ilI f.-riss Mis Torn HI ?>
, 11 i.. a \ -:t I o f i . a.ls in 1 >a n
. 11 ::?*?i Willis, who h i\e
. , \ ii> .? i .'l.'iMvi-s in II.- ?Oil I ! '?
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. vitiitlnu liei hroih.-r--In-law and sis
, Mi : Mi \V l: I'.ol.fi I ? on
I... . - on' Mill
M, . . hash's Harper, of I"... I Mm-1 ?
t 11,, v.. K -ii'l with hi*. I>s olh-r,
H,.\ I, I II I p. r .ii 11>< msiiis
\ I.si,I?.i.- ,.'ts'l\. . ',iisisl isifc- of Pink
I... | lent \V.? It on. ' n vil!" I.o\ s
.lo,. . r in mi." Colo' -'l S M N'.-w
t'.ai-.. al -I i'l A s l:lvev tih-' 'h. I-'
|.,, !v 'he 1 Ja pa an I: \ ? i . It/ ;a i i-1 ?
I (l;iii Mlatloii. Ol. 'J'u-.s.lay, hit fowinl lliu
s":\snii still nioht too early for Kof"i
sport.
Mrs <"h-irlos I >01111:1 lly. of l.ouisa. ami
I s ?> ?mi < .111:1 in'.atiee .mil Miss M; 11 > ? ? 1
mi:i i lit ri t. ? -. of ;**1 ? t ? ? .Mills, wore ? ii< -t*
. his wi i'l; ??? .Mr.- I'lamio ICoyslon
.\(:'s A i' lohnson ami Mrs. iII
Watui. hotli of Washington, wi ic nue-ts
No tin- u i i k ??ml of Mi ami Mis Wjil
in r it "'I In- liOilv-i " a 11: - s Vera W'ap
i. ? ? r. of I iu 1. i ? i ? 11 ??i ia. i;. now visitinu
?11 ? ? ? > i. an.I li.s r.iv?-n much pleasure l>\
*???!? I i-.i 111 i IIII I ? iii'i i i liu of sai l * <1 music
n several ot t )i ? ? ioi-il churches.
M M <iri'?-n, wlio was tin* micsl last
? ??I; of 11 . ami Mi'- Thomas ii 'I'at'',
now jp?-mil im s> \ii.il i la y s al 'us
. r ??. in \\ a i i ?? ill? ?::. before ret urnin
0 l;ii hiuoin lor tli.- rcuiaimlcr <?? tin
|| ?- ? lat I vi- session .1 *'? 11:1 ? John IJutll
?i foord, who has in in holding rotli t
In ri- for it.' i-.i. ' two weeks, is also
i; ????.-? >1 M a ml Mr- Tat.-.
Mr- l-'l. ?;?.??: ami .Miss l-'rankie l?ud
ioy, of i{.i-p h.iM.in-K, w i ? .? vtl".-ls for
ho li:1 ot (h.- we. I; ..t Mrs. Kileiuh
1 ! ;. t r . i? i I .aw ii." Mi>
I'll !. In i .mum: I. t?? i tor a \ isit to
*'???? liii? .1 ' ?i a i;. i
CREWE
-pill..: t' I'm- Ti iiu"i-1'ispa t ? h ]
1 ' 11 i . W I\" A l-Vhr larv 'J7 ' on- of
? ? 111 >st ? ? 11joj .I, i nls of tin social
>? -a sot. hi ? . we wa: tile subscript loll
? ??oil party k .\eti in-.or tin- au.spi s ot
'.h> Nottowa;. i.'liai'IiT, t W iat t it<
i ' .Mis I. i: < >live;- on Tlu.is
>!a\ ? \> Tii... \ho-it '.hi t\ fiiii-sts . n
.. \" i-. 1 til.- pi. 1-aiit ?... 11:1 ! t'o 111 v> :'.o
to 11 o i In k, when ri fi e.-hrie ills wi't'C
? :\ -I M rv, < ? liver wis issi-t.ii in r.
i-i n tin; 11> M -ilaim- Slilit!is.in, W'h-aiy
n.l i:. vill.-.
Mi-.-s C.oralillnc fjrnliatn. of Wlllluins
? spent tin- w i-i? !i-.'nil at h t homo.
Miss II ila Alkitis, of I'.larkstiiin- is
t!.- y, i. t of Mrs tS. Snilthsoti.
Mi- Mary I'omi, of Wako Forest,
?pint In- WM.k-t-tnl with Mrs. Hoy
11' ill-h I A To; . tit. 1 they \ i--.it >'ll Miss
M.:. I'oii.i, i f tin Stat-- Normal, l-'arni
villi'
The I ?a ui:lit<-i> of the ?Ion fed'-l aey
ii. planning to i-n'..-rtain the district
inn\ i niion in April.
I;, v .1 Smith, .f Norton, has dci-lim-d
thu all to th. I'.aptist church In I r.
Mrs. .1 I' l-'ir.-sit. rts leturned to hoi
iHitm' In Halifax I'ntinty on Thursday,
ifli r a visit to relatives h< re.
I: 1! V.iimhan has be.-n a n'i'ont
? t of ills .i-i.-l? T. i: < 'liver.
Ml - s A? 1:? .? \\ lson I.as return, d from
\ is it to ft i. ml:, m Norfolk.
l'hil <":annis has I.??on contimd to
ii.- I.i-.i with a s vi r<- attack ot rheu
ma i is ni.
l;ii I'.inl ("raiilils has horn brought
? t ? from t h ? ? .1 ? .litis t on - W i Ills llos
pit.il. IMrhiuoml. ati.l is rapidly recov
eri ii'.'
\V A lint la still ill with fever
llowar.i 11 i r |. i :? steadily improv
?i ? afti-r a serious illn* ss
11 ami Mr- \V .1 Shortor am wlt)\
- i ila ;i;ht<-r, Mrs. l.oyil. who Iill
i I >a n v i 11 <
Kli-haril Soott, of t'hilhowle. has h.-on
i i... nt i-in^t of iiis cousin. Mis T. !:
? Olv. r
Mr- l-'atrar Versor mvc a "shoo
.1 lal" ot. Thiirsila\ ev.*in:.r for t h? ?
? ii. !it of tin- I" iptlst cinir.-h fitmi.
Tlio woim-n of the I 'renhx t eriuti
( ?!. II . h will uiv. a p I a \ . i llcil t ? ?
"S ilTra: ? tt.- I'otivi tit ion" in tho m ar
COLUMBIA
l p. to Tho Times i>ispati-h |
i i >1.!MI'.| \. \ . <?'. hrnary :'T I'ho
.lit, ... i -.all l.itorarx Soi u-tv In-hl i t
: . L.' Ilia r ' ? "t ? u- i'l till- a -.1*111 .ii : 11111 >>!
. i . .-1 oi. |-*j i.la> ?-\ ??liiiits Tho
. ?. i > ? i ? , - ? i.t" .111 'II v ? ;!. im W i t 11
<" ? Natior. I .-??n^s,' i hisi.-r . **f i-acli
- ? .,- h. :? von, follow i'il Iiv ;.-,o son:"
Is i . 11 *rm l-'i\ . pll p: I - imp. I r mat 11 :T
t1 ? i ? ? war t oh! i: a \i-n
?i ki-.i- n -I'lu-: the rca.-on for their
' i ? i-r* it ..?ie.it .-.mtlii t Tho
'.i t n i . Si i ..ii tli<- pi oi i i ii was a
. i rl.-t, "Motiic, Sw* i? t Home.- hy Mis
I. ; v Moshv soprano Miss Nellie
I lLfe CURED AT KoTeIF
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
I' you s m . t from hloeiliiiK, itching,
hiimi or protruillm; hoikI ino >out
mMross. ami I will toll yon how to cure
yourself at homo hy the m-w ahsorp
'i? hi trealuiont; and will also seinl soino
of tilts honi*. treatment free for trii?l.
w th ri-teri ni't'H from yo ir own locttllty
' roqiii i-teit. i'x,.r? report Inunodlnte
relief an I sptiedy cures Semi no J
? 'noii# hut tell oth th of thin ofPnr. I
Wr ti* to- la> t i Mrs. M Summern. Hox I
i J', Nolru L?a:iit-, Incl.?Ad vert finnent, '
I'ayne. alto <i II. I lu.Usiop, i^nor, and
i ! V 11oduson, la
Mrs Nathan I'nwhi'nl and children,
Viijrmla and Tom, were ni guests
of i i-l.i t i v< s liort1.
Miss l.otn.-.* How 1-s is spending, flu*
we. k -?*ml t ri I !h-h ttiond
T. U. Will.ml loft tins week for New
port Norfolk and other points.
Mis- Kdwinia ('dwIii-viI spent sovi-ral
? lavs in IticJtmond this work, nml at
tended a !???' !'orti:a in.- of "11 Trovatore"
Tin- Arriilcinv .if Music.
i:< ' .1 Whit. was t h?? irtiost of
I'ni'iiiN hi ? ? ti We.In. in-., on route to
irichmond.
BOWLING GREEN
[Spci i! t.. Th- Times tdspateh 1
in >\VI.IN<: liltKKN, VA . I\d>rwary ?7
lO'Oltfe ?' ItopOr his i elm to ?' to Ills
home a i W i Ilia tu.--port. N .1 , after a
\is't to his sister, Mis Sall.o W Kains.
M:> Joel Halt s and Mrs T. C Valen
t::.. spent this ivcl; In Halt -tiore, M?l.
Mrs. T 1CHI spoilt a tills
v\ f-k in I tleh tnond.
W. Motii-iii ? avatt, ? f I '.laokstone,
spi 'it a part oi" til's week with hi*
K hi lid parents, Judge nsid Mrs. K. C.
M incure.
Major T Pallas ('ochill spent a pot
'on of t.liis wool; it. II!. h mic inl w.ili Id*
daughters, Mrs. \\* C an.I Mrs W. I,.
I >o> .1.
I'arroll Ka> has r.-turi'ed to I i i?-h -
tnoiul after a \isit to Ills inothor
Mrs A. I! t'hatdl Jr.. of Kred
eri.-ksbitrir, spout several days with Mr
ami Mrs. A. 1! < 'handler.
W K. lai'il *-n nt a patt of this week
in I'liilailolphla.
1 Of! SIB1
iiii r L.Hi11
Felt as Though On Fire, Couldn't
B?ar Anything" to Touch It. Used
CiiticiP Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment. Skin Cleared and Mo Trace
of Trouble Left.
H. I". II. No. 3. I.o^hiKtoti, < >l:la.?"I
li. 1 ;i severe eruption on nty ri|;ht side
\\' i 'i was about fo tr Inches wide anil rs
'.-ti:t. I half v. y around my Study. It rami'
su.J.lor.!;.-, \fit> S.rlght :.<-arI t hi color and I
I :<> tliiiii'h I was on tiro all the time.
Tin* orup'.ions cointia ; c. d i \at tly like
prieltly heat and looked like ii. 'I lltty
itched fearfully. I couldn't I < ar anything
to touch mo at r.ll.
' I Ker.t ut once for a rake of C'utlrura
Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment and
i.ij relief dated from the l!r*:t application:
I slept that night for the tlrst time in days.
I washed tin- eruptions wrtl with the Cuti
< ta Soap, dried tin ai and ap| lied the f'u
tienra < tintun -.i. I; was not long before
the skin ?'lea:-; I i.nd no trace of l ho disease
was left." >i -.ne;, ".'.rs. \V. W. Harbison,
< '. toiler i ! 1.
Keep your .skin clear, Fea'.p clran atitl
f. -.o from d t'dt ?a: 1 '.t.ir live and glossy
w it it ? 'utieur.t and < 'uticura Ointment.
Sample r.ach I' reo by Mail
With rrj-p. Skin P.o-.i; on ro<jiioft. Ad
dress post card "Ihitlcura, Dept. 'I', Bos
loil." Sold throughout the world.
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Thousands have successfully used it
tin.I have been rosloied to lives of so
briety and usefulness. fan be kIvoii
secretly. Cost.i only 51.(HI per box.
II you fall to ki t results from <>i:itlNK
I after a trial, your money will ho ro
l funded \?k for free booklet telling all
about oh kin K.
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CFRONT LACE
tomorrow
will mark llie formal open
ing of this charming Fashion
F.vent. 11 will prove an
inspiration to ali women who
realize the importance ol
being scientifically corseted.
The modish JiON TON
corsets will be correct I v
lilted ami adjusted on
(V
Models
under tlie direction of an
Authority from the Hoyal
\\ orcester Corset (Company
who has marie the subject
ol corsets her life study.
IM).\ TON corsets, back lace
and front lace, will be feat
ured. revcaliii?r secrets of yital
i/
importance.
We cordially invite all
ladies. Cards ol entree mav
be procured at any depart
ment. Be sure to come!
Fourth Moor Annex
Monday. Tuesday and
Wednesday.
March 1. L\ 3.
11 A. M. to 12 M.
3 lo 4 P. M. T> to 6 P. M.
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Women's New Silk Dresses Are Rusmmg He
The variety of the now fashions seems,
literally, endless. Prices run front $12.7"?
upward.
To-day your attention is called to a largo
number of styles at $21.75. including crepe
meteors, in sand, roso color and tlie new
green. Tin y have tin new shirred, high waist
line, chiffon sleeves, chiffon-trimmed waist,
lace vest and circular skirt.
Another style at the same price, $21.75,
is shown in l.clgian blue and sand taffeta.
This model has an eton front effect, with
chiffon sleeves and vest; contrasting color,
velvet belt, and the top of the skirt is .shirred.
$:i!).7."> is another favored price and
there are fully a dozen styles at these lig
urcs. including taffetas in Belgian blue,
brown, sand anil dark purple; shirred high
waist effect, net : !?eves and trimmed with
embroidery; straight full Skirt.
Another style a: the same price is in
Belgian blue, battleship gray and tan taf
feta. It has a military effect waist, with
a chiffon vest and set-in sleeves; yoke
Skirt.
A third style at $211.7 "> is made of crepe
meteor. The colors are sand, rose and
the new green, beautifully embroidered
with silver braid; self-color chiffon sleeve,
lacc vest, circular skirt.
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for apfsiri.
Yes, they were carried over from last sea
son. but they look as spic and span now as
when they lirst arrived, and a little altera
tion will m:iKe the Suits resemble this year's
styles.
Serges, gabardines and crinkled crepe,
plain tailored and fancy; all shades.
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Sank Dresses o$12.S8 ftJaaft
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Odd lots of crepe meteor, crepo do chine,
satin, moire and pussy willow taffeta Dresses,
beautifully trimmed with lace, chiffons, oni
broidery, etc, in two dozen or more styles,
have been grouped into one lot to sell for
All sizes up to 40, and the prices
. less than half.
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Complete Assortment of Mew Black Silks
Mack is a pronounced favorite in Silks this spring. We have prepared thoroughly
for a big season, with the largest quantity and greatest variety of black Silks that will
be found in Richmond.
The printed list below is merely suggestive. You must see our Silks and compare
them with what you've seen elsewhere at the same prices to thoroughly appreciate the
values we are offering you.
Something very special!
Hlack Japanese linbutni?
Four superior (pialitles in one
silk, spot-proof, water-proof,
perspiration-proof and fast
black:
.24 Inches wide, :lf?c yard.
27 inches wide. r?Oc, 75c and
?St.no yard.
:u; inches wide, 75c, 70c,
.?jil.tlO, !ji1.25 and $1.50 yard.
Hlack Satin Duchess, in
ches wide, $1.00, $1.2." and'
Amoskeag Romper Cloth 12^0 yd
t'sually sold everywhere
at 15c?stripes, checks
and solid colors, in all
shades; 32 inches wide;
suitable for dresses, boys'
suits and men's shirts; very
strong and durable.
$1 v"iO yard; 40 inches wide, $2
yard.
Hlack Taffeta. I'.fi inches
wide. $1.00. $1.2.", $1 .no up
to $a.OO yard: 4 4 inches wide,
$:t.50.
Hlack CJros de Londre- -3 0
incites wide. $1.50 and $2.00
yard.
Hlack Hengalinc?f> inches
wide. $1.50, $2.50 and $?.50
yard.
Hlack Faille? 3f> inches
wide. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50
Japanese Crepe, 25c yd
A soft-finished fabric in
white and colors. Very light
In weight; suitable for
waists, dresses and under
wear; very good value.
I yard; 4ft inches wide. $3.00
yard.
Hlack Crepe de Cliino?40
inches wide, $I.OO, $1.50,
$2.00 and $3.50 yard.
Hlack < harnieuse?4ft in
ches wide, $2.00, $2.50 and
$n.5() yard.
Hlack Crepe Taffeta tft in
ches wide, $2.50 yard.
Hlack I'nplin? 4ft inches
wide. $2.50 and $:?.."(> yard.
Hlack (inlmt'dine 10 inches
wide. $:t.5<> yard.
Embroidered Organdies, 39c yd
4f> inches wide, in white
and tinted grounds with
small embroidered figures;
suitable for waists and
dresses. They'll wash boau
tifullv.

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