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Now that April skys have ceased their
Weeping and the smlle'of the sunshine has mado the world betutlful onoe more socie? ty Is casting about for ways and means of diversion. The season of Boater promises much In ' the way of gayoty and almost overy re? maining day of this month records some ?odal happenings of moro than ordi? nary Importance. Tuesday, April 21st., the r.liask and Wig Company will appear at the Academy In MSlr; Robinson Crusoe." a musical melange. Wednesday the 22nd., all the world will be' interested in the Maryland Tablo auc? tion of Easter hats to take place at the Temple. April 23rd? "The Dime Museum" of Missouri at the Masonlo Tempio will ?et all tho world a laughing. May 2-lth., all the world will fall to skipping in th'o "Dolly Varden' Maypolo danco which Mrs. Jennie MoPhoil Welch will givo In , the Temple on that evening-, for tho Mississippi Table. May "25th., Mrs. Chas. Evelyn .Smith for South Carolina will, by MpeoSal. request, reproduce the "barn aanoe" recently given. On the 25th? it will be held In the lower hall of the Tom .ple, Air. Polk Miller will bo there and the 'music something; to dream of afterwards. ., On tho evening: of tho 27th., tho Georgia Table at the Confederate Bazaar will ro ; eelvo the Shrlners who will appear In full regalia and givo their Arab drill. April 18th., is set asido for the production of a play "Which is Which?" given undor the fllreotlon of Mrs. C. C. Walker for tho benefit of tho Kentucky Table. April 20th., 'Will be notable Indeed, for thon tho Dram ?tlo Club of the University of Virginia will ? jive their Easter play "Charley's Aunt" at the Academy for the benefit of the Lou? isiana Table, and Miss Morgan assisted by Mr. George- Kolloy as stage director, will present a ono-act comedy of Paul Mor rRt's entitled "Chopsticks andSplklns" In which Society Is mightily pleased to take part. April.30th., Mrs, Jcnnlo Yoamans and Professor Frank Cosby will appear at the Masonlo Temple In clovorly contrived Plastiques on hobnlf of tho Tennessee Table at the Bazaari May day or May 1st., will be signalized by a largo and boautiful germon led by Mr. Adolphus Blair di? rected by Mrs. Blair, and givon with many unusual and' unique attractions in the ball room of the Temple for tho Texas Table at the Bazaar. ? ? ? Easter Weddings. "Blessod is tho bride on whom the Easier sun shines," Tho truth of the old adage will be tested this year tor tho Easter weddings are not a few. Among tho many on tho calendar of the coming week Is that of Miss Maud Dall ??m? to Mr. Jacob Myer, which will be cdebrnted Tuesday evening, April 21st, at 0 o'clock In tho parlors of the Jeffer? son Club. Another Tuesday wedding will be that of Miss Amilo Rachael Kinsoy to Mr. D. Edward Bass, the ceremony to take pjaco at 6:30 P, M, In Epworth Metho? dist Church. ? ? * ? Wednesday, of this week, will count onco moro as the most popular wedding day out of tho seven. Miss Maud "S. Conrad, tho daughter ot Mr. Parker Conrad, and Mr. William Perry will bo married In Grace Epis? copal Church, Wednesday at 0:30, ,?. M., the Rev. Dr. London R. Mason officiat? ing. Miss Conrad will be attended by her maid of honor. Miss Th?r?se Barganiln and by eight bridesmaids-Misses Emily Hutcheson, Grace Conrad, of Danville; Anne Mnson Leo, Dorothea Lee, Mary Beasloy, of Petersburg; Champo Wallace, Susie Porry, of Staunton, und Curry Lay. ' Mr. Martin Perry, of Stuiinton, will bo best man and tho following will be ush? ers: Mr. Kudolirft Bunigardner, of t?taun ton; Mr PelKuni'Blaekford, Mr. J. L. de Travine. Mr. Baldwin Brown, ot Staunton; Mr. John S. Colvert and Mr: Munford August, of Staunton. Miss Augusta McVlckar Talcott and Dr. Trueman Alfred Parkor will be mar? ried Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock In All Saints Church, this city. Tho wedding ot Miss Maud Rankln to Dr. George Hermun Lambert, of Ashe vtlle, N. C, Is another of the Wednes? day weddings in which great Interest Is folt on' account of tho prominent social connections and engaging personality ot the contracting parties. - * * Miss Lucy C. Do L ? ear n y and Mr. Julian Hill will be murrhfd at the home of tho bride's parents, General and Mrs. John Watts Kearny, of Washington. D, ?, The Rev. Father McKlm will bo the ? celebrant and a large party of oociety people from Rlahmonil will bo present. Blunt?Brown. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brown have Issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Mies Minnie Ruth Brown, to Mr. John S. Blunt. ? The marriage will tnko piuco In the home of the bride's parents, No. 521, MoBby Street, ut 7:30 A. M., April 21M. ? ? ? The young ladles of St. Mary's Bene? dictine Academy will, on tho 30th of April, at St. Mary's Hall, prcBont a very attractive drama, ? entitled, "Robecca's Triumph," under the "direction of Mrs. Jennie Y?omnns, the "expression teacher at the academy. Sotno of Richmond's First-Class Work. Your patronage solicited, Special attention paid to out-of-town orders. Accordion Plaiting, Knife Plaiting', Pinking. Button Covering, Ashby B. Pyle, 315 N. Fifth St., Richmond, Va. Having jiutuddp.fi. tho latest und boat improved Knifc-l'luiiliig Machine to my blisinew I am equipped for curtiiitp; out nothing but the best u ml prettiest plaiting v> im Been. The ?inulleM, prettiest accordion plait id the !* inch. Abk for that and have no other. most attractive and talented young ladles will play the loading roles. Alabama. Tho Richmond Collego Dramatic Club will give a matlnoo porformanco of the charming play Alabama at tho 'Bijou Theatro Wednesday, April 22d, for tho bonedt of the Texas tnblo at tho bazaar. Tho unpre.cedontod success whloh has eggs, Mrs. I>anghorne Putney won tho prize and Mrs. Edward Quarles was con? soled, Docoratlone woro In beautiful Eastor lilies, and tho Individual Icos sorvod after t,he game wore also In tho form of lilies. 'The club will meet noxt week with Mrs. Edmund L. Benson, Dinner Aboard Eager. Among tho many entertainments given MISS MARY M'KENNA, of New Canton. Visiting Miss Hughes, and assisting at the South Carolina Table of the Confederate Bazaar. heretofore attended the presentation of tho play guarantees a delightful enter? tainment, Woman's Club. On Monday afternoon tho last musi? cale of the season will bo gi'von at tho Woman's? Club under the direction of Mrs. George W. Stevens. The programme will be rendered by Miss Martha Mosby Snead, soprano; Miss Mabel McBaln,, contralto, and Miss Edith Logwood Hatcher, pianist. On Monday afternoon, Mny 4th, Mr. Elliott Dalngerllold, of New York, one of tho most prominent of American ar? tists, will talk to the club on "Our Own Art and Its Beginning." Mr. Dalngerllold, who belongs to tho Virginia family of that name, is a promi? nent member or tho woll known art bo clotles and clube of this ' country, and Instructor of tho life, painting and com? position classes in tho Philadelphia School of Design. Ho received tho silver modul. at tho Pan-American Exposition, and won the Clarke prlzo at tho National Acad? emy of Design. Annual Meeting. The annual mass-meeting of the Hugue? not Society will bo held In tho Grace Street Presbyte ila ? Church, corner of Fourth and Grace Streets, UiIb eve? ning at. S o'clock, Dr. Guthrio, former? ly of the Second Presbyterian Church, but now of Baltimore, will he tho speaker of tho occasion, and will recotii'e a warm welcome from his former parlsh?nors and many friends here, Encouraging reports will bo rend and also a most Interesting letter from Mr. I.lgny, of Lamolhe Fonelon. whoso suppqrt has boon under? taken by the Richmond Society, Whist Clubs. At the? meeting of tho Milton Work Whist Club at tho Woman's Club last. Wednesday afternoon the score resulted In a tie north and south between between Mrs. Isaiah AVhUo, Miss Josephine Kriox, Mrs. C. W. P, Brock and Miss Maggie Morson. Honors north and south went to Mrs. Harrlo Webster and Mrs. Bland Smith. For tho rest of the season tho game will bo called at ? P. M. each Wed? nesday, ? i * The Stay-nt-Homo Whist Club mot last Tuesday night with Mrs. Bland Smith, with nearly every member present. Admi? ral Webster and Mr, Thomas Moore pre? sented tho club with green emerald plus In tho'design of a four-leaf clover, to ho worn by tho players making tho highest scores. Mrs. William Pago and Miss Jo? sephine Knnx are wearing the plus this week. The next meeting will bo with Miss Uni Leigh, on West Franklin Stroot. * * * Mrs. HiLi'dln Templo Burnley enter? tained tho Young Married Ladles' Card Club Thursday afternoon at tholr Easter reassembling, The game was scored In rabbits and last week in honor of tho guests at tho Exall-Huntor wedding, Jn Baltimore, was a dinner given on Thursday aboard the U. S. S. "Enger" by Captain Robert- Mc? Dowell Moses, United States navy. Tho guests were Miss Kate and Miss Ruth Exoll, Misses Anno Hunter, Mar? garet Wlnn, Ellen WInn, and Mary Ran? dall, of Richmond; Messrs. J. W. Yatos, Glas? Batet1.?,?lm,Mr, Richard Wortham. Two-Hoaded Wbtn?n, Mlfcses ? SpllftMtn and McCarthy. Snako Charftior,,,,,,Miee Walter Jeffros*, Wild Girle, Misses Charlotte Yonge and Annie Smith. Dwarfs, Mesi?. Henry Carrlngton and Groy M?seley. Tattooed Wohi&m..Mies Eliso Stokes, Dog-Faced Man?,?..4Mr, Richard Morris. $10,000 Beauty.,,,,,,.,.Mr. Jool Berr?n. During the performance chewing gum, cigarettes and peanuts will be sold by Mobbis, Geasner , Morrison, Llghlfoot Brooke and Warner Robins. Tlokots at fifteen cents con be had- from Mrs, R. M. Blankehehlp, No, 15 North Fourth Street j from any of tho partici? pants of 'the museum, or at tho Missouri tablo, Confederate Bazaar. ? ? ? Harris-Smith. Owing to a recent bereavement In tho family tho wedding of Miss Rosalie Aschon Smith to Mr. Thomas Taylor Harris will bo quietly solemnised at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. .William G. Gwatkln, No. 810 Wo3t Grace Street, Wednesday after? noon, April 29th, at 6:30 o'clock. Board Meeting. The Board of Lady Managers of Chlm borazo Hospital wilt hold a rummage salo at No. 1811 East Main Streot tho woek commencing April'20th. Mombors of tho board and their frlonds can sond Pack? ages for the ?.ale to Ml*s rergunson, Twon? ty-thlrd and Broad; Mr?, W. E. Woody s, No. 117 North Twenty-ninth, or Dr. Ra? mon D. Garcin, No, ??18 East Broad, and Mrs. Mark W. Peyser, No. ,303 North Twelfth Streot. f ? ? St. .'ohn'x Olrolo of K'-ng's Daughters will meet to-morrow afternoon at 4 o clock with Mrs. Ramon D. Garcin. ot No. 20IS East Broad Street. A full meeting Is roquastod. ? ? ? The regular monthly meeting of the Masonic Homo Auxiliary will bo held in tho Temple Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Masks and Wigs. Tho Mask and Wig Club of the Univer? sity of Pennsylvania will moke Its op? piarmi?? In Riohmoni -?'? the Acadomyof Music next Tuesday evening. Ine play for tho evening, which has scored a won? derful success at Atlantic City. Philadel? phia and Washington, will bu Sir Robin? son Crusoo." a musical melange In two acts, tho fifteenth annual production of tho club, splondidly staged, and owing much of Its success to tho general ex? cellence of the dances and the musical arrangement, which Is exceptionally fine. Somo idea of tho fino costuming may bo gathered from tho Illustrations show? ing tho automobile girl, tho French mold, tho golf girl and tho yachting girl, who appear in the chorus. Tho expectations of Richmond society have been most agreeably excited, and thov aro looking forward to a delightful performance on April 21st. Tho Mask and Wig Company have been Induced to como to Richmond .for'tho benefit of the Vir? ginia Hospital and tho Virginia tablo at tho bnzaar. Colonial DanicsMeet. The Coloninl Damos held a board meet? ing yesterday aftornoon In the homo ot Mrs. H. A. Clalborno on West Grace Streot. Tho meeting was for the purpose of hearing what was done at the recent mooting iof the Executlvo Committee of tho National Society of Domos In Wash? ington and to make arrangements for the "field day" at Yorktown the last of May. Mrs. Charles Washington Coleman, of Wllllamsburg, Is tho chairman of the day, so It goes without laying that tho pro? gramme will be tho best that con bo made. ? * * News received last wcok from Ireland brought the announcement of tho death at her ancestral home near Dublin of Mrs. Graham, tho grandmother of Mls3 MISS LUCY M'KENNA. The guost of Miss Jomiio'Hughes? who is in Richmond for tho Bazaar of tho Coast Survey; Eugene Hoffman, Williams und Harris. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. Hen? ry T. Miller, of Washington, D, C? and during tho evening a trip wus taken down tho Patupseo River In the government launch. A Pleasant Program me, A delightful entertainment was given by College A'low Mission Thursday evo r.lng. It was a decided success. The pro? gramme was presented to a largo and appreciative audience, Those taking part und ikilijg themselves great credit wore Mr, and'Miss Diaconi, Mrs. Lucy's Man dolln and Oultar Club, Muster Willie Flcko, Mr. Henry Hum, Mrs. J?. D. Sulli? van, Mr. Ott. Moellor, Miss furrio I-llllls, Miss Katie Williams, Miss Walker, Mr. Guy J. Sullivan, Fulton Mandolin and Guitar Club and Miss Lola Williams. The'Diine Museum. It would seem that fertility of invention hud been exhausted In providing the orig? inal and novel In the way of entertain? ment and amusement. When tho curtain goes? up at tho Dlmo Museum next Thursday evening, April Wd, In the Musontu Temple, however, ??/nothing altogether "new under .the sun" will he disclosed, und people will begin to think that, with all their seeing, thoy have seen nothing to ho compared to the Richmond freaks who will ligure In the east of 'characters. Thoso taking irnrt will be: Showman.Colonel Jp. Lino Stern. Barker.Mr. James Pollard, Cathler...Mis? Nancy Cooko. s- FREAKS Mrs. ?aiulu? ............Mua L'Ha, Jackson. Elllo Carmlchnel, who has bean recently visiting Mrs, Thomas Christian Gordon and Mrs. W. T. Rubins In Richmond. As the daughter of tho former reotor of St, Paul's, and because of hor many uttructlvo qualities, Miss Cnrmlchael has always been a favorito hero, ilor frlonda will bo Interested In noting that her grandmother's death will provint her marriage Iji St. Paul's Church on Junu 2d. Instead, tho wedding will take piuco as quietly us possible In Cincinnati. The Dramatic Club, The grout Academy attraction for tho last of April will bo the coming of tho Dramatic Club of the University to give their Easter ploy, "Charley's Aunt," nt tho Academy April 20th for the bonoflt of tho Louisiana table at tho Confederate Bazaar, ?. Tho play will ho preceded by.a one-act comedy, proscntod under the direction of Miss mancho. Morgan, chairman or tho North Carolimi table, trnd Mr. George ICi |loy, and ployed by the host local tul ent, North Carolina and' Virginia hayo fre? quently been brought Into close com? petition. Th)s timo It will bo a ?tugo con tout, and both will so In lo Will, May-Day German. ? Tlio most iiiilhiiit ?eriimn of the Eaetor season will bo given at the Masonic Tem? alo May 1st, beginning at 9 P, M. and closing at 12. Tu? play will be under tho direction of .Mr. anil Mrs. Adolphus Blair, and will be (Cpniinued on 8*?????G**????) ^ Fashion's Newest Models Supplant Those of Earlier Designs*. The rapidity with which the season, passes along necessarily compels us to bo on the eiert providing the Garment or Hat in conformity with the latest fashion ? ecree ; tints we have for this week relegated all not of these exact models to a quick sale at discard prices. . '. Last week these Costumes and Hats were the pink of perfection m our eyes, now we sacrifice them for other models which the designers say are the correct wear?but to you who admired them at our opening, and subsequently, will rejoice at this opportunity of saving one dollar in every three or four. These are facts, not theories, which require your very serious attention. Spring Suits, One-Quarter Off Marked Price. This does not moan a jugglery of pricos-of marking up to allow for the reduction, which is often done-buta bone fide reduction of one-fourth the actual and origina marked price ?>f each Garment, not limited to a certain stylo or grade, but throughout our entire line of Spring Woollen Suits tho same conformity of reduction is made. This, without doubt, is the greatest offer over made to the ladies of Bichmond. A4 F? ? fi Spring Suit of the retail ?? ? i .DU value of ?10.00 or $12.00? In blouse style, of good quality-black cheviot! Jaokot neat? ly trimmed In bands of taffeta, postillion back and silk llnod; skirt trimmed to match and mudo over drop-skirt. a* F'?? *yS Spring Suit of tho retail At %p?r*?QJ valu? of $13.50 or $15.00? of light-weight bluo ohoviot, collarlesa blouse, has capo effect; peplum skirt, Irlmmcd In tnffota bands and silk braid, now sloovesi new 7-gored skirt, oxtra-flarod bot? tom. ?* F?? "2Q Spring Suit of tho retail ?t f1??00 value of $16.50 or $18.00? of Royal Bluo or Castor Venetian; also Black Cheviot; blouso has Inlaid collar of white cloth, trlmmod In fancy braid, and Is lined In best quality satini now flare habit back skirt. a ?. F 1 ? OQ Spring Suit of the? retail At f1??00 value of $18.50 or $20.00 collorloss blouse, of fino quality block ladleB* cloth; fancy cape of stltohod silk braid, with stole front, trimmed In silk ornaments, now ?loovoe; 7-gored skirt, straight front, trimmed to correspond with blouso. , A4 F? ?Z fif? Spring Suit of the retail At f????? value of $20.00 or $22.50? Serviceable and nicely fitting Suit, of fino quality ohevlot, ?In blue or block; blouse hoe double capo, fanoy vest front, trimmed 'In braid ornamenta, lined throughout In good quality silk; 0-gored skirt, flared at bottom, handsomely finished In tailored stitching. ? / F / 7 /G 3 Spring Suit ,of the retail ?t,f? ? ? UO value of $23.50 or $25.00? ?Threo.Qunrter Length Coat Suit, In fino quality cheviot, over-lapped seam effect and silk lined throughout; ?1 gored skirt, beautifully tailored and finished. Trimmed Millinery. Charming Hats, such as we are noted for, that always captivate and show character and style, in every line. Among the number can bo found all Black Hate, Black and White and almost every popular color. That these $6.00 and $7.00 Hats are marked so low is surprising, but we are accumulating too many, and this special sale will bring tho number down to required limits, so that we can take care of the rest properly. At (? 2 QQ Military Turban, of fancy straw braid, In black, brown ?>*5?3? and navy, with silk ribbon trimming and paint-brush ornaments, At F 3 OJ?? Virot Sailor, of bright, sheeny straw, with painted ?//0?"0 gauze drawn over crown, ornamented with extra large two-color quill. At F "3 QjQ ?I''1 ?wer Hat, tho crown covered with geraniums, the vJt/e^O. under brlmbolng of tucked silk chiffon, ornamented with steel ornamonts At $5.00 li ? with steel ornamonts and trimmed In .velvet ribbon. argo Droop Hat, with allover lace crown, tucked chiffon brim and ruffled edge, trimmed in black silk poppies and satin taffota ribbon, At F ? fifi Mushroom Hat, with silk. poppy crown and greon ?pC/?\J\? loaves at ed?e, fancy straw under brim, trimmed at back with long ribbon loops. < At &4G fifi L>lotllr? 1Iat? of whito chip braid, double brim, the f??? C/C/ under brim being of black chip, trimmed with black ribbon velvet, grapes and leaves. ^hirfcVl/fiif:* M/lffS ln over a dozen different shapes, trimmed ^.j.ul ? ?(/.v iJiux stylishly with silk, velvot, lace and quills, Spring Gloves. Dressy, Durable and made for comfort. Every pair fitted at tho counter, if desired. Only reputable grades are kept by us, and those cover every idea of correctness and good taste. Ladles' Silk Suede Gloves, with Tho new "White Washable Kid two clasps, ln black and j o Gloves, of very thin and extra 48c white and gray, per pair "TrOlL? quality kid, with triplo stltch Long Silk Gloves, 16-putton ing and double fancy $1 JG length, In either white or /jr clusP . . I ? i O black, per pair, 50, 75 and J/?C Shoulder Length', Extra Quality Extra Quality Kid Gloves, ln Black Bucda Glovo- _usufll|y caIled single or triple stltohlng, all 20-button length, fine, soft finish, tho newest ??.* ?? black stitched, out- tf^ jO ?hades. *?.(/(/ ?ned in white'.'..7.. ^Z.O? Washable and Silk Waists. White India Linon Waist, front tucked in largo hemstitched tuoks. with band of embroidery down centre, tucked at back In cluster of small f g -g ?y tuoks, worth $1.38; special at f / , / j? India Llnon Waist, front tucked In small tucks to form yoke, with 2 rows of lace insorUon bonoath, small tucks form back, tucked cuffs and rt. jf ??f\ stock, worth 51.98; special at f I, ?_)l/ Waist of nlco quality peau de solo, in black, white and light blue, hem? stitched and tucked back and front, new full sleeves, fancy collar, a regu? lar $5.00 value; special f <y fk Q Very drossy Crepe de Chine Waist, entire front, sleeves and. collar composed of cluster of tucks and faggoting, back tucked In clusters; an exceptional value, in white and UgJrfc d* E? f\Q blue.. f??"? Very dressy Crepe de Chino' Waist, in light bluo or black, shirred yoke effect front and back, front, sleeves and collar elaborately trimmed In cluny lace, an exceedingly dressy gar- f *? ?t'f\ mont . f gmox? New Coats For Children. Pique Reefers with round or square collars, Inverted pleat back, and trimmed in embroidery, / $2.50, $1.50 ?--i 98c Linen Reefer? in all ???-??, with deep sailor collar trimmed with laco applique, S3.50 and S2.98. Box Reofor of oream serge, square ool lar and turned-back miffs, trimmed In bluo silk braid, and ornamonled **J ~tQ with silk embroidered stars ?^?.?? Inverted bnok Long Coat of oream pta mlno, mado over bluo, doublo olroular collar has deep edging of cream lace ovor ruffles of blue e*C fi O siik.:'.. ??.y? Fourth and Broad GAYETY REVIVES A, and M. College Dramaitc Club Gives ??She Stoops to Conquer" at Academy. (Special to The Ttmea-Dlspatch.) nALEIGH, N. C? April 18.?After Lont gayotlea opened In Uulelgh quite auHpl elously Monday night with tho presenta? tion of "Shu Stoops to Conquer" at tho Academy of Music by thu Agricultural and Mechanical Collego Dramatic Club, assisted by a numbur of the most promi? nent young Hoolety women of the city, Society folk wore out en manne, and the performance was hlubly complimented. The club will present the eumeay in sev? eral other towns of tho Statu during tho early spring. Tho cast of characters was a ? fallows ; Miss Novillo .,.Miss Primrose Mr?, llardcustlo .Misa Trap|er Misa Huruuastlu .Miss Stulnback Tony Luuipkli).Mr. Hicks air, Jiurdcuatle. -Mr. Gardner Sir Charles Marlowe..Mr, Cutes Young Marlowe ,,.Mr. Welch Mr. Hustings .Mr. Harden Stingo .Mr. Bonoy Buffer .Mr. Winston Dlltgory .Mr. Croeoh Jeremy .Mr. Martin Muggins .Mr, Culbroth On Tuesday nlfe'ht society woi( out with one accord at tho Easter gorman by Capl> tal Club, tho affair being u most bril? liant Inauguration of the season's gaye tles. Mr. W. W, Robards led, with Misa Nettle Dockory. Other dancers wore: Miss Frances Jonos and C, U. Crowell, M|ss May Johnson and J. H. Androws, Miss Mabel Young and William Allan, Miss Sophie Busboo und W, G, Briggs,' Miss Mary Johnson and A. S. Dockery, Miss Helen Primrose and R. S. McPhoraon, Miss Blanche Bioko and S, L, Hlnsdale, Misa Susan Johnson and W, H, King, Misa Elissa Busboe and Mr. Brodle, of Heiidorson; Miss Bello Hay and Mr. P, K. Stronaeh, Miss I(oulsa Llnton and W, N. If. Smith, Miss Hlnshaw nnd Georgo arnhom, of Durham; Mlas Annie Stro? naeh and Mr, Howard Thomas, Dr. and Mrs, J. D. Whltnlcer, Miss Jennie Lee nnd Hn-rry Loe, Major and Mrs. S, F Tclfnlr, Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Myer, Mr. and Mr, Henry M. Wilson, Mrs, Gilbert Hay nnd Mrs. T. T. Hay,. Colonel ? and Mrs, J. to, Pogue. Stags: A. B, Andrews, Walker Wil? liams, Leigh Skinner, 11, S. Pennor, J. E. Pogiio, J r. A notable event on Wednesday evening was a reception by the Woman'a Faculty Club of tho Agricultural and Mechanical College to the faculty and senior class of the college, It was held in the new Pullen building, and was an elaborato and enloyablo affair. The receiving party consisted of Mosdamoa Winston, Butler, Forroll, Wilson and Skinner on the part of the faoulty club and Mr? O, M. Gard? ner for the soplor class, Following t^o reception there was dancing until mid? night. Last night the Nine o'clock Cotillon Club gave their Easter german, Mr. Watkins Robards loading. It waa a bril? liant and largely attended affair, the club bolng composed exclusively of some of tho most prominent society people of the city, Tho most notable wedding.. announce} ment of the week was by Mr. T. T. Hay for tho marriage ot his daughter, Miss Mary Beaton, to Mr. William B. Jones! the coremony to bo at Christ Church! Wednesday evening, April 2'?'d, at 0 o'clock. This will be one of the most fashionable weddings of the eoason. Mis? Hoy Is a decided social favorite, belnnj prominent in society In this and nolghbor^ ing States, Mr. Jones Is a rising younrr. lawyor of the law firm of Armistoad Jonos & Son. ?_'???' :'.-. This wedding will bo followed on April 28th by another of equal note, that of Miss Kalo Denson, daughter of the late Captain C B. Donson, to Mr. R, B. Ranoy, proprietor of the YarborougU ? Hotel, ho being one' of Raleigh's wealth lost and most prominent business men, Owing to recent family bereavement tin wedding will be a very quiet affnlr. Miss Denson Is a strikingly handsomo young woman, and Is oxneodlngly popular In social circles, Tho city of Raleigh Is In? debted to Mr. Raney for the splendili Ranoy Llbrnry, which ho erected and fur? nished ot his own expenso, tho cost bolnn about $30,000, and presented to tho city. ?- ??? ? 1-1 Mies Tutwiler Improving, The many friends of Miss Amy C. Tut? wllor, formerly of this city, but who ha? been spondili? ?omo time with hor brother, Mr. H. A, TutwIWr, of New Or loons, will bo glad to hoar she Is rapiti!y rocovorlng from ?n attack of appendici? tis, und expects to return hero to her ?later, Mrs, Ivanhoa Sciatore, about May, 15th, Rio VI? ta School, Roll of honor of Rio Vista School Is as follows: Edgar IHauglmii, Howard Brown? ing, London Browning, George C'Ulton, Stuart '?Franklin, Hugh Turnley. Charles Thompson, Bessie Browning, En teil Baughun, ilaUio Wurrou.