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;, j During the visit of the bonra of directors
Jcfrcraon' '^aylci jVldnurncht rAssbclft;^ cmc-rMinmerits^wcre £i eivcn'-.ln ; their, honor." ■■Monday afternoon |glh^»racliTn<m-B*Art[C>Mb"e«y«- a tea? in- the a"",-' Jofforson Hotel. < when spring blossoms x\-cro u^otl In-tltf <lrroratloni». The re - ccivins: party " .was ■ ; compnpcd . of • Misses ! Kathcrine .'Mclntyre;; EHzabctli;' Patterson, 1 Ho.B»io CntlJa, . Bacon. Mrs. J. Allison 2lods«. Mr. B. P. 'JoJmjson, JTr. nnd Mrs. i£§;33SV3 .Valentino: :;■".. '."■. ' '' '■'•":■■ ' •, ,\ ~~ v >: : ," Th^moEt ? brll)iafit" entertainment; of the Weerlos was given In the home "of Mrs.; Nor-; • | man V. Kandoiph Wednesdays evening. : s^.T)ic vpA ci ous • haJls and pa rlors wer o <3 eco- , , /"rated with Confwlcrate flags, palms.^illes | feorid roses. Crimson candles in silver and | &.lir«ss candelabra, and crimson. : shadeil] .Klamps cast an cfCcctivo rose colored glow a over the scene. ■ ■■-' ■ •■•■:■ :.-.„■ ■- ■*" The receiving pnrtywr.s composed of > Mrs. 2Cormar.?y:- Randolph and a. bevy : of iv: laclSce. rcprc? ehtlng^ the v.-frious Richmond r.nd the directors of the Davis 'fSMontirncnt 'Association.'.^; ' ' . I^Jt-The color scheme of red and whito', I was carrirf out !n the «f?flrns and ices, .which' ■/ vero served by the following: Misses Nina : "and Cloland Randolph, Annie: and J^elia 1 #<3rayVf Kntherine and Helen Mclntyre, l;f Elizabeth: Patterson, Julia I-rf;e t -Meta and " ,i3>Tora ; Randolph. ; . ; .Tho Con federate Mernorialj,L,iterar> r So-, ■; ■■'■ ciety gave the final entertainment in " their, honor in the White House of the .Chairs were placed on the % ; broad 1 vernnda. and an' enjoyable* after- V noon was Fpent. «" ' v " - . •■ . • '■■-.■ \- .■'; ■■■". : / Mr. ;; JSlbert Knox Polk Osborne, of North : ' Carolina, and Miss Joyce Wilker ■.■••■' son Wallace"' were married Tuesday eve- ' '■'< jilng In the home of the- bride's pnrents, ■i Air. and Mrs. Charles M. Wallace. The rcrcmony: was performed by the Rev. R; U A. Goodwin,; rector of St. John's Episco pal church, riFsisted-by the Rev. 'James 33. C(*ik; of • Hosre-MemorJal : Presbyteriair •church. The bride, gowned In white' satin and ■wearing' V.- some priceless : heirlooms.' •was amended by Miss Anna Welsh: ' The best man' was Mr. E. S. Tower, of this * city. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. ■ Osborne left for' a: wedding : journey ;t North, after which they -will make their future home in Alexandria. ..:. / -"-■; ■ '■■.;■.■■-' ■"■..-■ # ■ * -.-;. ---.-. ■;..:. Informal- teas have taken the place: of /the -winter lectures at the l W<3man|s Club, and have proved very enjoyable. Last , Monday tea and lemonade ;was -served by Miss I^ily Locram, Mrs. Itej-nolfls and Miss Ellen Ouigon. Among the callers" were Mrs. J. Page Massie. Mrs. Beverly 'Crump. Miss Claire Guinnume. ; : Miss* Price, Mrs. T>ewis Chelf. Mre.^ Xorion. : Savage. Mrs. C. Tj. Mosby, Mrs.' Glaze brook. Mrs.iP. I>:; Conquest. Mrs.; Charles' Davenport. v Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson, and the Misses X.cijrh. At: the meeting of the Post-Lenten Club •with Mrs.; Austin Brockcrtbrough Wednes day..-.Mrs.' John Farland was first prize i\-inner. Mrs. Heurj" " Williams won; the consolation, and Mrs. f Charlotte Toung; received' the visitors' ••' prize. • • A charming play,, cniilled "Our Boys,". was presented at 'v onlisido Hall Thurs-; <3as' evening, .'"and' the cast included the follouing Wll-knovrn : amateurs: Miss' Daiisy Todd. Miss Alma Christian, Miss ICannie Grigg; Messrs- K. K. Bache, T\ ril 11am Todd, Maurice Taylor,; Letcher . Boone, Milton Croxton land Edward Good ' loe. : : •■ - ' ■ '■ ; " . . ;;■ l-yi^fku*. "*.-v,» -.....■ ,"• ■:- ; Mr. and; Mrs. David -Wagener L.eary have issued invitations to the marriage lot their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Wage /jior.Leary; to Me. James Evans Tyler, Jr., : the ceremo7iy r to. take place Jun e 18th at 'All-Saints' church.-'' at' 8 o'clock in the jnorning.- ti'.'-v ■'. ■■'■ " "" '-■■ ■■■."■.-"■.•;»■•-■ ■>■'■." ; .Tttefß'oard f bf. Managers "of the Virginia Hospwal met Tuesday at H o'clock with Mrs; James R. Gordon presiding. Among thiss: present were: Mrs. J. Allison jjo^ges, Mrs. J. A. Kratz, Mrs. Robert Brocks, Mrs. J. J. Suiton, Mrs. Charles ■ •Taj • *."' : -; >-"*■«■** *'"• '■''-■• " ' ■ ' - _ f--^.' -' - /?%\ ' '■•§''.. ■■■-■■. ■■'■■- ' 0$ f Can Make a Selection @ ; ■ • - . :. '■ ■ •;■.- •v, . ' -•'. M From our -stock 'of New Oil Cloths, Linoleum ' /J| w and real Japanese Mattings. They have the @ !8? advantage of good quality combined with & *: ; : ..TOP;'.'- " :': ' .' ' • • * .' *" ■. ; '"' •'.W:' :Wf : real be"auty. All floor covering laid free. ; m Window Shades. 4 $jj (THIS LOT ONLY,) S |0 -.:. ■ _ .. :•"■-•-' . 0 6 Foot Linen Shades, • • Xr M \© 7 Foot Oil Shades, - -■■ . - rA r ■S: %£'v3k'* - ■ • -' - : '■---■ " "■■-: '■■--- " #fc $' Buy Your Porch Goods; ' M & B *& We have them cool and comfortable: "The . " # ; X . Rockers start at 6oc, any color. ' .Jg w ' +. b. k. - • & | Sole Agents ior | g' ' The Baldwin Refrigerators and Direct Action 0 Gas Range, also sell Standard Wickless 'Oil '^ Jjf. Stoves. - Select what you want and use on . ||- & Little Payment Plan. . §M v . - S*£i& - ' , -®- iTofld; ;Mra: ."J;:" W. ; Henson. ■Mrs.^W'.VS., iQordon, Mrs/'Corbiri ; ■ Mercer;' Mrs." Albert , ,' Hunt. • •*• . • ;';Mm Stephen jPiitney/cntertainedlWed-, nesday a f ternoon I n honor- of : Mrs. La nr;-; liorrie J;P, utney.v The r ■'/pnrlors, hail. «nd ■ d 1 h I nff-roo'rn c- were 'i h and shorn el y ' d ecora t c-tl wHh':;Bridc's roses; daisies and smilax. The" Brill-" between • the . parlors a nd in^ the i ■< hall r w'as.fwincd with" ropes of daisies,. and; ths ? parlor mantle ; was ;; ba nked - with Bride's H roses. j :. The :table y was .covered^ with-'white -silk over,: which ..was :a : bll-r ; lowyVmass of white' tulle with loops of the "'daisy rope, festooned around A. • basketmade of sea*.mo.=s and filled iwltn , Bride's roses occupied the 'centre of the table: Mrs. Putney, gowncrtln' black eni T ; bosied net over black sUlc:; with: ; ; white; roses was assiated in receiving by airs. Langhorne Putney. ;iwlio her.bridaT dress of white embroidcrbd lace trimmed^ with- Duchrsre lace: The young-»»rls;.in the dining-room -were Misses EmilyiGra-; vatt;-: Alice Doyle, Lomse glnia Chamberlayne. Arls Grant, ...Ehse Parkinson, Kiltie Smith, of .Lynchburg. Mrs Jiirlus Mo^by. prcsicJcd at thepunch bowi and Mrs. Charles P. Stokes served , the lemonade. j ; ■ •■'■:--..■;.- ,-' ■■ :-' ;• • :' -:■' ' . :". ■:"! An enjoyable entertainment was. giver,;! last night. In honor : 'of Mr. Edward. Witt Lovensleln, who has j»st attained his , majority. The house was elaborately decorated with cut flowers, palms, -and fhigV The table held an exquisite centre, vase filled with lilies. Miss Louise.Pros ser served punch, and during ,tho eve ning dancing was indulged in. .'■ . ■..-. - •»•''-, ■ *" Mrs T.-v William Pcmberton's Circle of king'ss Daughters were most: charmingly: entertained on last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. J>. Adamson, at Bon Air, Va. Twenty-one members of the circle enjoyed Mrs. A damson's hospitality. Mesdames* T. AVilliam Pemberion. Ed rriund Waddill, ,D. T. Williams, H. O. Williams. G. C. Carmine. James A. Grigg, G: E. Wood, W. It. Owens. John S. Munce. Withers Miller. ; H. ; H. McVey, C. H.; Lehman. F. W. Danncr, R. E. : Craig. J.Willard Craig, R.L. Adams, and Misses Sarah Winder,' Elise Goddin, Ethel Hough, Mable ; Slrattbn, and Mary Willio- Smaot.; Besides: these, many of. the Bon Air ladies were present to meet the circle: Mrs. - Plea sants.: Mrs. T. A. Parker. Mrs: Talcbtt. Mrs. Polk Miller,. Mrs. Bates,: Miss Maude Miller, Miss Bertha Adamson, Miss Carrie Moore. : and others. There was a short business meeting of the circle.: and then the guests wero delightfully entertained with vocal and instrumental; music by Mrs. W. O. McGee, Miss Maude Miller. Miss Willie Smoot, . Miss Hough,; and Mrs. Adams. A delicious luncheon was., served \by the I hospitable; hostess. This was the last meeting, until October. ---... I ■ ' * -1 ■: * ■ I One of the society events of the week I will he" the garden party which- will be ! given on the lawn at No. 005 west Frank lin street next Friday afternoon' from 5 until 11 o'clock. : The object of the entertainment Is the raising of funds-to be expended in purchasing lightning rods for the Virginia Home 'for. Incurables. It. will be a real. .old fashioned garden, party, one of those which costs, nothing to. enter," though, of. course, the ladles, will see to it that it will cost something togct out. A; number of the best-known Richmond ladies i are. interesting, themselves Lin .the project, and there is every assurance of its. success. The beaxitlful lawn on.the lot adjoining the house of Miss Grace Arents will have . a number .of -tents; and marquees on it, and will me illumin ated." Refreshments will " be served. - " ■ .' ♦ • •'" . "/ - Mr. John H. Powell, assisted by Miss Eileen Hearon. will: give a recital Wed nesday morning at 11:30 o'clock in the studio of Professor Hahr, .302 east Frank lin. •»•-. ' ■ I Miss Florence Bloomberg will leave Richmond Thursday for New York. She will sail on June 14th on the steamer Rotterdam for a three months' '.trip ; :Mrs . Charles B. ; Ball " r has returned ,'.to theicityvfrom'^Washlngtori^andihas taken 'rooms" at (4o3 i cast '? Franklin y street. JMrs. Ball ," a ttended : : the • cdu ricil ; at Mount jV er-' hbn,: r and;alsoHhe otilal' I Dames. *"- ' , :> Junluss^A.'iMo3by areYat '"Haddon : Hall/i Atlantic' City. i ' •• . v v ßoard:of-^ Managers tofithe^Rose-. mary; Library, will meett on V Juno 30th;v at' 5 fsouth Third (street^ atrs :3o IF7-M! This :wlll:?botheslast^meeting until Oc tober. ■c-To] dato the ' following 'i- donations; have been received . f or - the .ice-mission ; with much gratitude :;: Pansy- Circle, vv j King's Daughters,' $3; St. Paul's: St. Andrew's Brotherhood, ;?10;; "The? Miriams, "■."•■ Second P.resbyterlan- church, $10; Box at. Station Ar S3: total S2S. - '; 'i "-^ -"- " " : --.iTho ]> fast ; heat; makes . many_ calls rfor ice, «md contributions are much heeded,, and can be sent to Mrs. G. r W. Bagby, 5 south Third street. .^ "-■■"■-■ " :" * * • . iglAt the; Retreat for the Sick, next Thurs day morning, at 11 o'clock, the mural tab let will be urivcilpd, which, was. given 'by the Iboard of .- lady managers, ; in Roving memory of Mrs.i A. R. Jenkins, the found er of- the Retreat.. ••"... i : :. "-;.'■ Dr. r and Mrs. -Harry Haxall, of CRarles City county, Va:, . have i issued ' invitations . to the marriage of their daughter," Miss HalUeE. Haxall, to Rev. W.J.iKing,: ofi Williamsburg, Va, . . The ceremony will take place at 4 o'clock June 25th, at the Presbyterian church, Williamsburg,- Va. ; ,v ■ After the ceremony the bridal ; couple will ; start lon a delightful trip of about a 'month. ".-•""•- ' ; y . ■ , - 'V* V*. C :■'- ; : ■ - ''-:' .Mrs.- Max Heller, of Philadelphia, >Pa.;> is visiting her mother,-" Mrs. ;. Hannah' Strause. ' ~ . ' " -' ■ , : ;; : ; ".• . '. - -■ '■■' - ..-;■.•-.-*..••■-■...'-.•■••'-;••■. ; The General Association for the Preser- : .vatiori of 'Virginia Antiquities' will meet Thursday, June' l2th, at .5 P. M.y In the rooms of the Virginia Historical Society. - ■':.:■ .- .. *' i ♦ . ' "■ ■ : Mr. Aubrey Tucker Isbell has. lssued In vitations "to the marriage -of his sister, Gleora, to Mr. Harry Fauntleroy Lam-; bert/ on Wednesday evening, June 11th, at' 9 o'clock,- in .Westminster Presbyterian; church, Lynchburg. Va. . . . ' ■■■ - ._"--♦ \» :: -.- ■;;., , ' Mr. James F., Nethorland : and Misses. Alice . and Emma Netherland left lasl: week ; for the mountains. They expect to : spend" July and August in: Nova Scotia. ' ; ■"'■ ' ■'.'._ ■.:' '■:. *. • ' - Mrs. Allan 1 Potts is at "Castle Hill," Albemarle" county." ■- V' : ':- . -. * * • "' ■.;/. :' " ■Miss Emmie Wherry, of 213 south Third street, is visiting friends in Danville. .-..-.. -_ . - * , • -. ■ /y- .. - ■■ . - Miss Josie Gill, of 715 Spring street, will leave to-morrow ; to spend some days : in- Norfolk, Va. - • • ..*V. _, ■.; ;. t . The young -ladies of the Organ Associa tion "Fund oC Grove-Avenue Baptist church . will give a lawn party in;"the vacant lot near Harrison . and Grace streets, % Monday and. Tuesday evenings. • -. . : ■' '"" ■: •■ * -*. ' ;'; : - '" *\< Mrs. George Gordon Battle, of New York,;. arrived in the city Wednesday night.j.and is the guest of her. mother, Mrs. ; George W. Bagby.: .; * v '•-. ■:. . : ■ *- * *••'«. • . - Mr. and. Mrs. R.-R. Robert, of south Third street, left: Wednesday for Mecklen burg county, to spend the summer. ■'■ . •"'- "' "' ": " -■. *• ' . .. • ■- . Mrs. Garrett G. Gooch, who has been spending some time at .215 east Franklin street lefi Thursday for- her home, in Staunton. '• •-• .-■ .; . - ' / The Misses Watklns will make a brief visit to the White: Sulphur Springs during the summer months. - . '.- -']'• - : . "'. : ; . ;.;..:'.♦ „ .»- --■. • ; "' ;"• :.■', ■; ! The. members of Mrs. T.; William Pem berton's Circle' of King's Daughters: spent a delightful day; Wednesday In the coun try, where a picnic was enjoyed. -..-■- ■■ -■ - ** • ■-„'■- Mrs.:. Irvin Moon, of Petersburg, v is spending some time at Mrs.- Pi tier's;- on Franklin street. ■ . ... *. * * - .: - ' Mrs. Charles Dunbar Roy, of Atlanta, is visiting relatives in the city.. ■ -. ..*■■•-... * * •■" : •• - : -v "Miss Betty Booker is spending the month of June in Paris. . -.- .":- - ; ' :-.*■ >*♦-■ ' ; ; ■- :-; - -■■■ Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meloney and Miss Stanley Atkins are spending a few days at Virginia Beach. ~" " - ;..''.•• .*.- ''- ";/■ ■ -• . • Mrs. W. J. Behan, "of New Orleans, will visit. Mr. and Mrs. George: Billups before returning home. She is now a guest -at the Jefferson Hotel.' ; "- ' . '■ ■ ..;.' '^; : .-■;.. * * • - - . ' - An' important meeting of the Board of the Woman's Christian Association will be held Monday at noon. Miss Rena Glazebrook and Miss Haws ie Glazebrook .will spend. part of the summer with their uncle; Judge -T. R. B. Wright, of Tappahar.noek. -The Virginia exhibit .at the Charleston exposition, .arranged: and! put in place by Mrs. Herbert! ArClaiborne, has : been awarded the first prize given for the. best State exhibit.; -; . .; ■ ' ' , i '. '' . . An important meeting of thejOakwood Memorial Association was held Friday.' The most important business transacted was the election of officers; for the ensuing year as follows : Mrs. Stephen Beveridge re-elected president; Mrs. M. E. Snellings, -vice-president; Mrs. John T. Hughes, -secretary, and ; Mrs. David ;U. Richardson; treasurer. : : '■■■.. :-: : - • * * - •■ . "H.iiss 'Sallie ' Timberlake, , who ., has-been spending • the 'winter with : Rev.; arid Mrs. Meade' Clarke, has returned to her. hoihe in Halifax;'"/ ■' ' 'C^ '.':':'V^'" •; Rev.' and Mrs. Meade Clarke -left the city yesterday for a visit to' Mrs.' Clarke's home -in Eastern Virginia. -'•".". "['.''■ ' ' : " •-■•.' ■' : :■ * *' * -; ' " ' '-■■ ■ " Mr. and Mrs. Stephen . Putney will . spend the month of July in the. North.,, Oii ; their return. Mrs. Putney, will (.visit her 1 father, Colonel Robert E., Withers, in Wj'theville. ' ■'':- \ '-- ..- .;'*'-*■>* s'-- ,"'■- ■ : . : <-. •■■'.'' . Mrs. - J.: Arthur Lefroy . has joined her |a ' • ; ■;-■'■ c- •- EstablisHed iSdai \PRESENTS " 1 iiinwpierable '-xia rii** Mcles 'ofOßlGMMP I DESIGN 'riJictib. can-: I found elsewhere* t I *®"- Upon satisfactory references^ I u>6 wilt f>6 pleased to tend good* ion I approval - , - IGALZ -& BRO., Jewellers', Silversmiths and.. noyPgnH, Aye, t Washington. D.C daughter, Mrs. Cliff orcl IL Caperton, at Virginia Beach. Miss Florence Tyler and Mra. Richard ; Fariiahr?bf;CharJottesyine'rma^eUherhigh^ 'estißCbre\Mqhdayi"evcning!'at.;tbe;meetlng of the Stay-at-Home^Whist Club.* r : ; V'r; i* • • ■ % Mr.; arid : Mra. iGh L/ Lv> Davis ; : haVft ; left ;f or; Philadelphia; £ where t^ey'willinal£e v itheirj future Jhome. :^Miss:Ella Bruce,' who'hasbecnrspenaing sornefUmewlthjfriendslnNev^Yojrk^h^ returned home. :r':^r-'-"-:c--r^:-: r':^r-'-"-:c--r^:-' r^ : :*^n*<- .VK ;>;-":;'^;; >; -": ; '^;' v -"«' r^ SMrs^^rankllri^Stearns^wl^ls^niiatJSt^ Luke's "•; Hospital, 2 is ■ rapidly ' approaching recovery. .- . - ' - AT : AJIHERST : OOTTRTHOrSB. Closing Bxcrcifiea* of : Mountain ■. Vl ew | ■ School— Personal Gossip. AMHBRST, VA^, June; 7.— (Special.)-^ I The closing exercises rof' : the : Mountain : View School, Miss M. E. Carter, principal, took place this week. X On Thursday, night Rev.; Dr.; Tcung, of. Court-Street: church;; Lynchburg, preached the commencement sermon, from thetext, John xvii,3:iV'And this is" life -eternal that "they, might know Tliee, the only,.true God. and Jesus Christ,: whom . Thou hast sent." . . • : •. On Friday night the commencement ; ex ercises proper were held In .the Young Men's Christian Association Hall.and con sisted of a . concert and tableaux by" the pupilsof the school.;! he programme was elaborate and interesting, and the tremen-: dous: crowd: present : taxed the buiiaing 1 : to its'utmest. capacity. . : . ,•, • -A local-option election Is being held.nere to-day, and. the battle "is waxing warm between the' "wets" and; the "drys." 'The result of the contest is considered doubt ful. ■; ■ : :- ■ -.- '■■- ■'■.. ■■' ; ; - . . Miss Mattie Robertson, who has. been at the head: of a music school in iNorth Caro lina, is at her home here for the summer.. Misses Innes and KateV Randolph" are with:their sister, Mrs. O. L. Evans, after attending the session at . Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg. ; . = Misses Grace and Rose Lunsford and Mr. Willie Hill; > Jr., of Richmond, are visiting^ at Mr. B.R.'. Harrison's. . Mls3 M.C. Everett, wlio has spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. C. . X Scott, left to-day for Nelson county, where she will visit Dr. J. C. Everett's^ family. . .. Mr. Brantly Cox, of Richmond College, has returned home for the vacation. . Misses; Sadie and: Effle Dearborn, who have .been/ at school ; in Petersburg, are home, for the summer. •-.-' Mr. : and Mrs. S. .S. , Hopkins : andOlttle Miss Harriet Hopkins, of Alexandria, re turned home after a two-weeks' visit, to CaptainT. O. Troy's. V: Miss Alice: Reed, of Danville, is' visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward Bowman. Miss Lina • Carrington,. who -has ..been visiting Mrs. T?'. P. Vorheis, left to-day for a visit: to Washington and Baltimore. Miss Maria Massie, of Tyro, is visiting j Mrs; C J. Campbell. ; -Mr. Wirt Wills is visiting his parents here after an absence of several years. Miss Mnry. Scott, and Miss Ellen GroA who .have been . visiting :Miss- Florence Tait, in ! Norfolk, Va., returned home a few days ago. V '--"'* H\"3IXS OF THE AGES. The .-Christian : Observer Defenrts Dr. IvcrrJs Fiiie Collcetioiui. The following article has appeared in the Christian Observer,, the noted Presbyte rian paper . published in Louisville, J con cerning Dr. Kerr's' hymn book, "The Hymns of the Ages" : : - ;. "In one of our exchanges there isa cen sure of Rev. Dr. R. P..:Kerr, author of 'Hymns of the Ages.' for sending out; his hymn-book .'in competition' with the 'Southern Presbyterian -Hymn-Book.' The editor says that- the Southern : Church never did want his book and recommended it under protest, as it were'; and he insti tutes a comparison with the hew hniyn b'ook: 'The two books are not "in the same class." : - .. : . • "The statement that the Church 'never did want" Dr. - Kerr's book and 'recom mended it under protest' is: not in accord ance with the facts. The following. is its action, .quoted from the Minutes of the General Assembly for lSS2,.page 15: . ■■■ ■", 'The Assembly hereby expresses its cordial approval and endorsement of the "Hymns of the Ages,", compiled and pub lished by. Rev. R. P. Kerr, D. d:, of. Rich mond, Vai, and heartily. commends it to the ; favorable consideration -of -.all_our churches.'.. : ■ - ' ;. "Is. there any word of 'protesfiri this action? Could -the , recommenda-tion be made stronger?, .; Moreover, in" the year 3901, the" Assembly \ authorized' the Executive Committee of Publication torer. turn Di\ Kerr.: 'the stock and plates of; "Hymns, of the Ages," 'thus giving; its assent^ to his future use of them. .Urider. .these- circumstances any censure of Dr. Kerr for publishing his hymn-book is "un just.". :: - - ' : ■ ; . ' -. " " Gleaned from J>Fnlton Pnrk.!l : There: has beena number of lots clear ed hereof elate, having been sold to par ties 'who will'erect "homes thereon in the near future.' ." Ere long, this once unten anted domain will have grown : to a flour ishing township.. •- Some very; pretty, houses have been erected, and - others are being-luilt. ' '.--*•" , ■ '>-« Mr;; 'and .Mrs.' 'William i. Burrows, ; of Church Hill, Richmond, visited friends here recently. 1 ' " ' '• - • '■■-.' ■ Mr. and - Mrs. . Poindexter and "son • are here rusticating. , ;. '.-. » ...- '='. -- . . .Mr. and' Mrs. Andrew Roach, "of : Rich mond, ": and Mr. and Mrs. LMa thews, of Highland. Springs,, visited Mrs. llcKen r.ey. .^ - * ' : '.;; ~ ' _ :- - Messrs. Tibb, Allen; and; Powers paid their . respects . , to . Mr. and , Mrs. S. "•' W. : McKenney a 'few days ago. '■■ Mrs:. v O'R6urke,^of Manchester, visited her sister, " : Mrs. J." W. Powers, on Vir ginia-avenue, ..tlie^'past week. Mr. Rowley, of : Laurel street, Rich^ mond;'; has: a-, very \ attractive -residence time. ' ' . ■;-:;. ""*- ' " - ETcing up,, and will move here; in a short '.Mr.; J.:,W. . Powers's incubator chicks are thriving!; arid ."will soon be ready. for~ the market. - ■ . ' ' ' ... ./ ' " -..: ■ .-■ , - - -,*■::• .Seven . Pines Happenings. .-.-;■. Services .-. ?it .Corinth church", every first i'andv third" Sunday;" Preaching" by. therpas tor/; the'vßoy.,Eug : ene Pottsi at; 3P. M.'> ■ " '.Mr, rj; George v. Graves- and -Irene Selph .were"- married- in, .the;" home .of : ; the ; bride iii: Caroline ■ county, June '4th, arid}; will live"rhere;;in the future. ';uMrs.V Graves-; is, a '■': - very : ... a^tcractive '•' ':'"■ and . accomplished young, lady. * ' • "■ '. ■ ■■•■. <- . Slip erin tendent . F," ' H.; : Osbourne ' reports that: upwards of "a- thousand Visitors ; reg-' : is tored j' at? N.i tional ce me t ery/ during the | month, of May. . ■ . ■•■•-.■■■■• - • ■ ■ /. Mr. 'West*;. grocer, arid merchant; says; I he cah'p complain 1 . about business;:.') lt rfS; good; . and;praspects are bright. ; .v > :'?■■ ;; ? : '-' ?MMrs. - WilliamCOsbburno^ accompanied" byV herStwo ;■ childrenj^haVo .:-. gone::oh¥jv .visit "i to I Mrs.¥ Osbourne' s r- slster/l-MrsXHe^ .tier ' Nelson, Jr., at "Tree -Hill," on Janiesj -Mrs. R. A. Read Is visiting Mrs. Hech ler at Grcendale Park. Henrico county. - ? Miss > Bessie --Cnry, ot Richmond, has been?yisltih&iMrs.^Atinleißead. tmS; — ■ ■ ■s. Mrs. .Tames Lyno visited; frlendi||«n4j ;relatiyp in Rlvhn.ondf^rlhff^thegweot^ \£)-fyf^J§s^fioy& : >*\&(sS(£-si&l's~Ct/Ll' i y ' Ct>Z : u '• Jr~» ' ivJ. » * *J CvstCr C&tZ^yS j / -*" • ■*■*■*■ • Sijif Airtioiis in Wash Fabrics for This Week. nCfiONDAY MORNING, June 9th, we will, offer to/the ladies' of Richmond an attrac '*▼* ftiv^lot|^^a|H"G(^s^ this WEB] season. We are simply anticipating by a few weeks what will occur later on •;;; "in^^ new-«this summer's finest fabrics: We have divided them into four different lots and each price represents the'highest value that can be gotten to sell at the figure marked upon it. Our business in Wash Goods this season has .been /an. enormous ;qne and we feel that this'offer,.beginnirig.on Mpnday, will* simply add to the satisfaction that -both you and ourselves have already^ experienced. Dress.. Ginghams, in a dainty "] . Linen Suiting, 27 inches wide, "j assortment of stripes.. ..'....*« in. all c010r5. ... .......... ! Batiste, in 'white, with black Blouse Linen, 36 inches wide. dots and stripes. -^ y% " Colored -Organdies, 40 inches ; % fB 7 .Dimities, in small and. large ». J I 1/^ wide :-.* •-• •■ X C :figures v ........... .. ;;. .v^. : : JL \J \f.-~ French Batiste, in- lace stripe- Organdies, in large floral ef- / ' effects ; v. .;..:...........•-. fects .. i ..-. , Costume. Clath, in dotted ef- ; Lawns, in blue> pink, green - fects -...'.....'.'.. .i j and tan...... . •.. , ...'. J , ;g cl f ast Dimity, in exclusive in a s,oft finish, 36 V . , ■ . ; designs ... .................. inches wide ...... v ........ : - Mercerized Cheviots,, in all .Corded Ginghams, in blue, " ■ colors .............. .'. ...... pink and green.......... ..... - Applique: Swiss, an imported f% F" Organdies of imported, cloth. "| a^ C * V,' V** "***." * ii* *"i ■ /^%tP ' & \ \ > I / rJL ■ Tamis Cloth, m pink, blue and Jai^X* Batiste, in white and tinted JL Jm* Jr^*f heliotrope . .... . . . '. . . . . ■ grounds ................. vv . ; Dazzle Cloth; with Blouse Linen, that is all-linen . ized stripes .....'............» Organdies of solid colors/. in ■ .Mercerized Oxford, in white i linen' shade -. J with black d0t5. .............. J News in the White Goods Departing ; Monday morning brings out some specials in the dainty wh^te fabrics also. o First; of all we'll talk a little about Frencli Organdies; One of them, 32 Inches wide. Is only 7c. for this sale; has been 10c. Won derful, isn't it, how an Organdy like this can be sold for 7c? Wbe. Jtine ;SMe of Muslin Underwear Low prices are not the only attraction about the Underwear that we've been offering you for the past few weeks. Doubtless you can get . garments ■ just as low priced at other places,, bu t you : can't get them made' in .thetmanner that ours are. : The quality of the cambric or muslin, the well-stitched seams, the hemstitching, the ruffling, the ample-fullness of each gar ment; the correct fit, etc., taken 'together with the prices we mark on them, represents to-day the best values in underclothes ever offered in this city. : /Gowns. Skirts. -"■;-- '. .•-•.-.. . COc. •■■-:■ ■. 09c ' . . : . ■- ' All sizes in these good skirts, with I . Muslin Gowns, Vor high neck, yoke 'double cambric ruffle and hemstitched ! trimmed. with clusters of tucks and 'hem: also others with two rows of 1 cambric ruffle, 'v -■"■■■ ■■■■■ ■■'■■■■: torchon insertion. .": 50c.," " ' ,- i ' 1 ' "■ ■ $1.00.. \- .. .- . .' ■■-.■ Gown of good muslin, well made.em- For this low price we have the best broidered - insertings; also Empire assortment in styles and trimmings Gowns, with cambric ruffle : trimming. ' in the citj*. I '-f-. Nainsook Gowns, low neck and short ? Corset Covers. ' •:■■•■-. sleeves, r trimmed with hemstitched 10c. : .. "- ; /. ruffles and ribbon; a.so same stylo -, High Neck Cambric Covers with trimmed with Hamburg and lace. ..: lengthwise tucks.^pompadour neck SI OO edged with Hamburg. ; Gowns, cambric,- nainsook and. mus- 3!) c.' ,^in; high, V or square neck. -trimmed: ; Low Neck Cambric Covers, trimmed with lace, Hamburg and yokes of with torchon insertion and neck and straight and bias hemstitched^tucks. sleeves edged with lace. Drawers. Colored Geishas and 2oC. ■■■-" ■""....■■ ■'..'".." : . ".:,-.""" - - '..'■■'..'; ■ ; -' ' - "■' ■■ '.. ■ "■-..;-•■-.-■■■.*■.■■ .:. ,- ■ ■■""." . Good muslin, deep : cambric frill,- all . White DreSSin^ SaCqUC*/*.' aoc' - - . ' v:-.:..' ." . ' ■ ; ■ . ; $i.oo.- .v \. . . ' '"" : ; ■" '" " / ' A few odd sizes In. these Drawers A large variety of these -very corn compels us to reduce them from 50c.;' .. fortable garments, trimmed with. em- ' .trimmed with deep lawn ruffle with /broidered band, tucks, lace and : fine tucks. . ' __. ribbon. *■' . Mohairs I" ; •■ Mohairs--! ; ■ Jtine.- . July. - • August.. ■- : ; These are the three months of the year that Mohairs are most used. Thisyear the demand promises to be greater than •ever. - -„ • - * . ■• .. • Mohair Sicilians. m Moha.ir Briliiahtines. For Raglans. For Walking Skirts. For Dust Coats For Shirt- Waists. For Underskirts^' . . For Tourist Suits. :, For; Bathing. Suits.. ;^ Bla,ck Mohair Brilliantine, $1,00. - ' 45 inches wide, -.with rich, high lustre. . " Black' Mohair Sicilian. 1 __ ■ Black Mohair Brilliantine, -; //6 ■: : . Mohajr Brillianiines, 50c. ' ' 38 inches wide,- bright and lustrous, in navy, royal, castor, brown, gray, and black. Mob.air Brilliantines, 29c"; . : ' •:.-:- 36. inches .wide, .in-na\^, cardinal/ brown, medium blue, and Striped Mohairs, 50c. 38 inches. wide, in^ black and navy, with narrow white hair line stripes. .White Lawn Waists* • ' : ' '" • at Midsummer Prices. The waists that seem to be more in demand than anything else this summer are the" ones that: are sold for $1.00. We saw ;th'e; tendency early in the season and we've been making unusual ■: .efforts to get some extra values for you at this price. - Just got .in, these different styles now that are worth $f. 25 each, but we've put them all on sale for $1.00 each. Other White LaVnWaui* rah^e in price from 50c/ up to #5. - ? fian^sMm?/tforrss!W;* * . p " ' : ;'*\ [^nStitcWEd'to match. wmtrnm . Another one— same width, but of a finer texture-rls Oc. This is decid edly a good -bargain, as it has been , I 2y 2 c. . -■•■-;.:■..-" ii~»c. purchases an Organdy 2 yards in width. ; Three Piques as follows : One with a narrow wale and soft fin ish; Exceptionally good at ioc. Another in a new line of fig ured patterns for 25c.; and the third 'one ofia very light weight, soft finish and narrow mercer ized stripes, for 39c. :.-.-■. ■ ■ Miller 6 Rhoads. A new Oxford Clotn, with mer cerized stripes, for 17c. . An India Linen, sheer and fine, 40 ; inches wi<le, for J—^jc. . A fine -Lawn.: W inches wide and low priced, at . S 1-oc. We have: a lot of Persian Lawns. 48 inches wide, that we will close out at 25c. They're just as fine; as pur regular 29c. goods. ; •-•.. . A French Nainsook for nJ>c. This cloth is j 4S inches wide nnd you know how well it' launders. A very sheer fabric in a Wash Chiffon, 4S inches wide, for 50c. Silks, Bla.ck Taffeta. 39c. IS inches wide, all-silk. Polka. Dot Foulards. 49c. . 23 inches -wide, all pure silk, white ground with preen dot and white ground with rose dot, the regular 73c. ... . duality, for -ISc. Black Feau tie Sole, 75c. 19 inches wide, all-silk and. guaranteed to wear well. .. Guaranteed Taffsfa. $I. CO. 27 inches wide, all-sll!:. rich and lus trous ami in good jet black. New Sicilian (Mohair) Walking Skirts. There's never been a skirt made for general out-door wear for summer, that surpasses in usefulness these very serviceable Sicilians. .Dusty city streets or country roads need have no ter ! ror for you when you're wearing one of these skirts. They shed dust very quickly. '•••"' Good ; Black made with 16 rows- of -stitching. on a ilounced bot tom: Perfect in ; fit nrui hang and . moderately-priced at -S3. US. . ■ *- . ■ The Kilties are the latest things in- Walking ". Skirts. They're delightfully cool. Made in black and navy Sicilian, hang right and priced right at 55.98. $5.48 for a Black Net Rmiied Skirt. We don't believe it the skirt market was 'to be searched through there would be found anything to equal these Net; . Skirts for $S-48. We sold them earlier in the season for $12.98, but getting the last ;lot of them at a reduced figure, has. lowered their -price to you. : .The 22 rows of ribbon niching ithatuthey're trimmed ■with, and ♦the/ - two rows of quilled satin, gives them all the effect of a skirt at double the money. They're made over a percaline dropskirt. Black Mercerized Underskirts for $1.25. Nothing has had the popular favor for a long time past like the "Lucille'' : Petticoats for $1.25;1 .25; Made with a narrow ac cordion pleated flounce over a dust ruffle of self material, the top of flounce .being finished with cords.; The shimmer :bf the mercerized fabric gives it a rich ness of -look that combined "with itsundoubted well-wearing qual ities, makes the best bargain we have ever offered at this price. Our trunk and travelling bag . "department ; is worth a look at, even if your 'vacation is still; afar qff"or'yottTe^qnly.thinking.about r your chances yof ge tting one. Our window f shows :you some samples; -The "third >floor shows what .the'sampiesjohly represent.