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Corsetirag \ is absolutely esscntial lo fashionable costuming. I hen see lo thc corset first, and, would you have thc latcst and most approved in design, obtain thc eclebrated Corset It rcprcscnts "Style Pcrfection." The new modcls cmhody every dic tate of Fashion, and convey to the figurc the long, slender, graceful lincs, demanded by the prcsent rnodes. Wear the Amcrican Lady corset, and you havc not only superior style, but also pcrfect quality and fit. Among the innumerable modcls, there is just the modcl for your in dividual figurc. New Models s=* $5 to $1 j SOCIETY. (Contlnuej from Second Page.) an_ Power Company, T, M. C. A., en tcrtolned the auxiliary at her home on Vv'est Proad Street. It was tho annual meeting. wlth Hectlon of offlcors und readlng of re ports. Tho reports gave evldenco of good work for the past year. Several sick ernployos have recelved flnanclal ald. llowers been Bent to those who wero 111. especially those ln the hospl tals. The chlldron have also helped ln th09n charltlea. The slck have been vlsited, an,\ many social calls mado at tho hoinea of employes. A number of sofa plllows and por tieroa hftVo been provlded for the rest rooma at1 tho Kesorvolr and in Man choBtor. The chJldren and many adults havo attended , tho monthly rnllles on tho flrat Sunday of each month. It wastdccldcd to hold a rurnmapto sale ln the fall. nnd all friends aro askefl to bovo parrnentB, furniture and otner articlcs for thl8 salo. The June meeting, on the flr.st Thurs. day at 8:30 P. M, wlll bo the last untll Scptemben Much regret was exprcsHod at tho comlng departuro of Mrs. Huff for her country rhomo. All offl'cers were re-elected: Presi? dent. Mrai F. J. Cralgle; Flrst Vice Presldent, Mrs. S. W. Huff; Second Vlce-Prealdent, Mrs. J. K. Staton; Troaaurary Mrs. II. S. MacLoan; Seere tary, Mra. T. T. Vest. The asslstunt sccrotary and chnlrtnon of ntandlng commlttons wlll ho nppolnted at thu Juno mcotlng. Church Sociable. A vory dollglitful soelnhle wlll hcgln Under tiio auspleoa of thi- itepnir Fund Clrclos of Park Placo MothodlatChureh In tho locture-roorn, Tiieaday ovonlng, May 7th, nt 8 o'ciock; to Which tho congregntlon and frlortda o? the church aro most cordlttlly Invltod. An excellent program hns been nr rangod, Includtng numbors by such mualclana as Mr. and Mrii. Clowos, Mlna., lieiihih Itohlns and Mr. PoOlo. Miss Jiilln Cottroll wlll fiirtlmr on hanco Uio nttrnctivoness of Iheoccaston by her sklll ns nn ClocUtlonlst. Tho Itev. Dr. W. .1. Young and tho pastor, Hev. Mr. Colonna, wlll cohtributa hrlef addroSSCS. A most. enjoyjiblo OVOn ing Ih nntlrlpatod by tho clrelcs nnd thelr guests. Central Committcc Meeting. Tho contral comnilttoo of th<- Asso? ciation for the Proservntlon ?f Virglnla Antiqultlos wlll meet Tuesday, May 7th, at noon, In tho rooms of tho Vlr glnla Itlatorlcal Socloty. Pocahontas Association. The Pocahontas Memorlal Asaocia tlon will meet May Hlth, nt noon, wlth Mrs. I>. T. Wllllams, of No. 210 East Franklln street. Kate Wheelock Whist. The Kate Wheelock Whist Club wlll meet Wodnosday, nt 4:30 I'. M.. wlth Mrs. Hasil Kpnldlng, at No. 208 East l-'rnnklln Street. Engagement Announced. Mr. an<l Mrs. Oeorgc \V. Kolner, of No. 12'i4 Floyd Avenuo, nnnounco tho engagement of thelr daughter, Mary Coutter, to Mr. .Tean Sale Jonos, son of Mr. Fellx Jones. of thm clty. Miss Kolner's father ls the State Commlasloner of AKriculttir", and she is a most accompllshed voung lady. tidnK consldered one of the finest horsewomon ln the State. and ns fon.l nf outdoor llfe ns of social nnd Intel lectual pursults. Tlie wr.ddlng wlll tak>? plaee ln the early autumn, and wlll be nn ovent of Intcreht to th( many friends of the conlracllng pnr tt'-s In Richmond nnd throughout Vir glnla. Annual Pilgrimage. The nnnual pilgrimage of the Asso clation for the Preaervatlon of Vir? glnla Antlquities on the loth of May thls yoar wlll commemorato tho ter contenary of the tlrst permanent Eng lish settlement nt Jamostown. Beautiful Invltatlon cards, engraved In old Engllsh seript, wlth inltial lel tera ln color. havo been Issuod by the association, nnd an elahorate prnfrram has been prepared In nccordanco wlth tho dltcnity and Importance of the cele bintlon. Two boats wlll tako the nvmbors of the BBaociation, thelr guests and frlenos to Jamestown on the 13th. The Poca? hontas, of course, the nam'-sak" bout of the Indlan prlnceas, whoso history ls so closely Interwoyen with that of the Island, will lead tho way. golnr-r and returnlng, and wlll havo on board a band of muslclans, dlreotod i,y Pro fessor Herbert'L. Ki-i!9, who wlll play throuKhout the trlp, as well as at the Island. Miss Pettlo Ellyaon will serve lunch eon on tho Pocahontas to all who du slre lt, her name belng a Kuarantoo on thls, ns on former oecaslcns, for an excellent meau and cornfortable scr vlee. A company of the Richmond Light Infantry Bluos wlll bo aboard- the Po? cahontas. On the Brandon, tho ladies of the Church of the Covenant wlll havo chargo of the luncheon. The commlttee of arranjroments wlll be Mrs. James W. SInton. Mr?. Robert Whittot, Mrs. Chllea Ferrell, Mrs. T. IT. Brown, Mrs. H. S. Mael.ean. Mesdamos MeConnell, Swaln. Warthen, Dlllard, Simpson, McKce, Baasett, Parrish, Brown and Word. That tho company on both boats wlll bo equnlly cnn^enlal and aRreeablo t-'oes without the saylng. Many parties are already belng nrrangod and evory thlng polnts to a most successful and satlsfactory result. Wins Scholarship. Friends of Mnsler Joso B. Ramos. son of Mrs. I,. P. Bamos, of No. 1531 Floyd Avenue, wlll he plenscd to hear of hls success ln winning tho scholar? ship to the Wednesday class of the Richmond Art Club. Master Bamns has been studylng art only slnco lnst October, but hls work has been so flno that ho won the scholarship wlth easo over a number of competltors. He has beon for sev? eral years a constant rontributor to The TImes-Dispatch Chlldren's Club. whero hls excellent pen and lnk sl;etches havo won for him a medal nnd several prlzes. He ls only twelvo years of aco, and Is a pupll ln tho Fifth Grnmmnr Orndo of West End School. Tho scholarship entitl03 blm to freo The Pleasures ....of Summer May be rendered even more enjoyable if a pair of Patrician Ox? fords are included in your vacation outfit. They will give you comfort and service, and you will be hap pier in the conscious ness that your feet are dressed according to the dictates of fash ion. We can supply you with any style Patrician for street wear, outings or dress occasions. Fifty styles, all leathers, to select from. Oxfords, $3.50 and $4.00. Seymour Sycle, Corner Seventh and Broad. 107 East Broad Street. RICHMOND'S FOREMOST MILLINERY EST ABLISHMENT If a preference were given our ladies in this community what maker's hat they would prefer from here, nine out of every ten unhesitatingly would choose Reinach". This is not said boastfully; modesty forbids this, but judging from the records and hats produced means the above assertion. The prettiest hats on our streets worn by our Richmond ladies come from here. The popularity of Reinach's High-Class Millinery with the well-dressed women is in greater evidence day after day. It's to your interest to see what's the best and latest and come here for every thing that's stylish in Millinery. Special display of New Models Tuesday. MISS BSRNICE MARGUERITE STALL. Mlss Stall Is a memher of the scnlor class of 1-Iamllton College. at Lexlngton. Ky., connected in lts work wlth Kentucky Unlverslty; where she has won uniisually hlgh honors. Sho Is tho only daughter of Mr. nnd .Mrs. X. Arthur Stall, of No. 11 East Graco Street, thls clty, and recelved hor early educatlon at preparatory schools here. On May 23d Mlss Stall will tako part ln the commoncomrat exerclses as clasa dny orator, her subject belng the class motto, "Tho Lcarned Eyo Is Still the Iyiving One," and on Juno 2Tth she will go to the Jamestown ExposlUon as delegato to the conventlon of her sororlty, Beta Zcta Omlcron. Miss Stall ls associate editor of "The Hamlltbnlan," whero her recently pub llshed essays on "The Yellow Perll In tho AVest" and "A Cbmparlson of Tonnyson'a Locksley Hall nnd Locksley Hall Sixty Years After," show both practical anrl clas slcal attalnments, and cxhlblt a very well-rounded stylo for so young a wrltor. Mlss Stall is also managor for "The Crimson," tlte college year-book: president of tho tennls club, and chalnnan of the Young "Womar.'s Chrlstian Assodatlon board. Sho Is an accompllshed muslclan, anrl in addltlon to her coreful work ln tho classroom, she Is a learler ln tbe athletics of the college, havlng mado tha only scoro in a. recent championyhlp gatno of baskctball. tultlon in tho weekly class.es at tho Art Club for noxt sosslon. He ls re celvlng tho heartlest congratulatlnns from those who havo watch'od hls work and rccognlzod hls declded talont. Engagemcnt Announced. Mrs. Thomas Watklns Lolgrh, of Ho.uston, Va., annnunces tho engage ment of her daughter, Mary Grammor, to Mr. John C. lt. Tnylor, of Pajre, W. Vn. Tho marriage will tako placo on Juno ISth. Dames' Memorial Building. Membors of tho National Society of Colonlal Dames who will arrivo in Richmond Friday, May 10th. will bo tha guests of tho Virglnla Society of Dames. They wlll ko down James Blver wlth tholr hos^pss on May 11th, to Jamestown Island, whoro tho prc sentatlon of tho memorlal building crected over tho foundations of tho old Jamestown Chureh wlll take plaee. Mrs. Eullhu Chauncey, of Now _ork: Mrs. Barrett Wondell, of Cambrldge. Mass.; Mrs. Henry F. L. Lystor, of Dotrolt, and Miss Allco French, of Iowa, wlll bo ainotiR tho many dlstlngulshed vis? itors present. Tho olllcial roproaentatives of tho As? sociation for tho Preservatlon of Vlrr glnla Antlquities will bo tho guests of tho Dames on thls oecaslon. Tho pre sontatlon of tha memorlal bulldlng wlll bo by Mrs. "Willlam Ruffln Cox, tho president of tho National Society of Dames. Mr. Joseph Bryan wlll recelvo tho bulldlng on hehalf of tho Dames, Blshop A. N. Randolph wlll conduct the religlous servlces. Tho Dames and their friends will bo tho guosts of Mrs. W, McC, Ramsey, of VVostovor, returnlng to the clty. To Address Ladies. Tho Christlan Woman's Board of Mls slons of Soventh Street Christlan Church will havo a meeting- in tho lecturo-room of tho church, Tuesday morning, at 11 o'ciock. Miss Maddock, a returned misslonnry from Indla, who ls supportod hy tho Virglnla churchos, wlll address the ladies. Mra WnTtor Duke wlll slng. A largo attondnneo ls roqueated, and ladies from other ohuroh'es aro cspoclal ly lnvltod. Pretty Entertainment. _ Ono ot tho prottlost entortftlhrnonti of tho past wook was the tea glven by Commonwoalth Chapter, Daughters ol tho Amorlcnn Rovolutton, in tho homt of Mrs. John A, Coko, No, 1 Wesl Franklln Stroot. Tho entlro sulto of rooms on th< flrst lloor of tho house waa throwr opon, tho lloral docoratlons and thi bonutlful vlsta making a charmlng Inv prosslon on tho mlnd of tho callor. Mra. Coko rocalvod wlth tha ofilcori of tho chnptor, and was aaalstod by i number of young poclety glrls, wh( woro prettlly gowuod and untlrlng ii thelr efforta to socond tho hostoss' lead Tho purlors ^Yore crowded during re ception hours. nnd the tea was enjoycd by n very largo conttngent of tho fashionable folk of tho clty. Personal Mention. Mrs. R. M. Gllbert, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. James B. Paco, of No. 100 West Pranklln Street. Mrs. Wllllam D. Hosencrantz and Miss Rosencrantz, of New Jetsey,. ate tho guosts of Mrs. John S. Ilarwood, at No. 2000 Monunient Avenue. Mrs. Ernest E. Crawford, who has been. tho guest of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Rountrvio, at No. 907 Park Avenue, has returned to her ho'.Yio in Harrlsonburg, Va. Mrs. David T. Willlams, who ls tm dorgolng treattnent ut tho Hygola Hos pital, Is improvlng. * * ? Miss Mary Ploasants, cf T.oulsa coun Every woman who uses Good LuckBaking Pow? der is delighted with the fine results which follow its use. Its wholesomeness and fine leavening qualities are unex celled. Very little required to give best results. GOOD LUGK Baking Powder is kept always fresh and dry, and its fine leavening quali? ties are preserved in the new patent can in which it is sold. ?~?- - Save the label ??Mrg coupons for many handsome and useful presents. jJJ Get Good Luck to-day, 10 cenls per pound can. If not at your dealer's, write The Southern Mfg. Co. Rlohmond, Va. ? ISP00N ty, is spondlng several weeks with friends here. Mrs. O. W. Onrnett. of "Or.ivel Hill," near Doulahvlllc, Va., ls vlsitlng rola tives hore. ? # * Miss Ronn Rakor, who ls studylng in a Richmond school, has returned from a vlslt to Nowport Nows. ? ? ? Mrs. "Withors Mlller ls vlr.ltlnp- her father, Mr. J. W. Pnlmer, nt "Wood lawn," Brunswlck rounly. ? * * Mrs. Gcorgo Amhroso Allen. Jr., of Erle, Pa.. ls expected to arrlvo early in the week to vlslt her mother, Mrs. B. T. Hunter, at No. 215 East Franklln Street. . Mrs. Lee Bucknnr and dnushter. Mlbs Katherlne Buckner, hnve roturnod to thelr home. ln Roanoko. Va, nfter spendlng some tlme In Richmond whllo tho latter -was under medlcal treat ment. ? ? ? Mrs. Emma Oroen and Miss Jullo Owen, of South Roston, Va, nrrlved in Richmond last week to mcke thelr homo hore. ; Miss Kathleon Blount, of Moblle, Ala., who vlsited Mrs. John E. Rose. on Barton Helghts, has returned. stop ping a few days at Itolllns Instltuto to vlslt friends. ? ? . ? Miss Lorlne Ollllam. who has beon visitlnir hor slster In this clty, has re? turned to her home, near Oak, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Robert Vaw ter have returned frrvm a trlp of s< ernl weeks to Phlladelphla nnd Atlnn tic City. Mr. Vnwtor's health ls much improved, as hls friends wlll ba glad to know. Miss Pnrnh Pay, cf Appoma.tt_s. Va., Is tho guest 0( nor sistcri jjrs. John Davldson. who Is 111. ? ? ? Mrs. "W. O. Ennls is vlsitlng her sls? ter, In Mlnoral, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Snmucl Tyler have re? turned from tlie Jamestown Expo? sition. ? ? ? Miss Emlly V. Mason, of Washlng? ton, D. C. Is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. "WIthcrs, ln Severnby, Gloucos ter county. Mrs. Allce Flood, of Andersonvlllo, Va., is the guest of rolallvea hero. ? ? * Mrs. J. C. Hnrrls. of South Boston, ls vlsitlng friends hero. ? ? ? Mrs. J. "W. Barlow, of BowlingGreon Va., spent several days In Richmond last week. Captain John Paul, of Harrlsonburg, is spending sevoral days here. Ilo took nn examination Friday for a com mission in tho Virginia Mllltary ser vlce. Miss Agnes Ilancock has roturnod to her homo ln Bumpnss, Vn., after a lengthy vlslt to friends heio and in Suffolk. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hoskins havo re? turned from a vlslt to Mr. Gcorgo "W. Hoskins, near Frederlcksburg. Miss Sarah Wntts, of Amherst, V_i., Is vlsitlng Mrs. Mary Post ln thla clty, She will vislt tho Jamestown Kxpo? sltlon before roturnlng. * ? * Rev. Dr. J. B. Taylor ls Bpending Sunday in Carollno county. ? * 1 Mr. G. W. Smlth has roturnod to hls homo in Clovor, Va., after spondlng somo tlmo undergolng modlcal treat ment hore. ? ? * Mr. W. N. Hamlot and Mlssos Rosa Mnrks and I.ula O. Kelly, nll of tho Richmond Hlgh School fncuity, wlll bo aniong the Inatruotora nt tho surn? mer nornml school to bo hold ln Frod elicksburg, July 119th to 3ist. Miss Salllo TImhorlake, who has beon vlsitlng Mrs. W. M. Clark, loft yes? terday to vlslt relatlves ln Lynchburg, Mrs. E. C, Monnuro and Mrs, T. B. Gll), of Carollno, apont a portion of la_: week wlth rolatlvos hero. ? ? ? Miss Nolllo C. Proston, of Sevon-Mllj Ford, Southwest Virglnla, who wus ono of tho hostossos nt tho Virginia Daugh? ters of the Confodoracy Bulldlng, Jamostown Exposition, on Aprll -6th, spent sevoral days wlth friends ln Richmond, roturnlng to hor homo. ? ? * Rov. Dr. Rylnnd Knlght left yes? terday for Mlller School, Alboniarle county, whoro ho will conduct morn? ing and ovonlng servlcos to-day. Thls ls Dr. Kuight's thlrd vlslt to tho BChOOl, BOWUNG_GREEN (Special to Tho Tlmea-Dlspatoh.) BOWLINO ORE1-N. VA., May 4.?i Mrs. Flora Boy, of Athintn, Qa, ls apondlng aomo tlmo wlth frlonds hero, Mrs, E. S. Coghtll, who haa boon vlsitlng hor parants in Stafford coun? ty, hua roturnod home. Dr. 13. II. Rowe. of Buonii Vlsto. MISS LINDA M'CLANAHAN KOINER. Miss Kolnor has been appointed sponsor for Company E at tho Vlrglnla Polytccbnlc Instittito flnals, boglr.nlng May 2GttB and contlnulng through tho week. She Is the dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Goorgo W. Kolnor, of No. 1204 Floytl Avenue, Ih ii student nt the Womon's College, and ono of tho eharmlng debutantes to-be of a future season. Mrs. Horbort M. Catlln, of No. 1225 Floyd Avenue, wlll be Mlss Koiner'a chaperon at Blaoksburg, nnd wlll also havo in charge her attractlve young rtaugh ter, Miss Mary Elsden Catlln, who, liko Mlss Koln.T, is a eommeticoment sponsor. spont soveral days hero thls weok. Mr. Charles E. Knopf, after spendiua tho fall nnd wlntor here, has returned to hls hoino in Warron, Pa. Rov. Jamos Long and family spent scveral dnys with frlends here this week, and left thla morning far their lutmo ln South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Ennts, Mr. and Mrs S. W. Bronddus, Mrs. E. C. Mon curo, Mrs. T. B. 0111 and Mlss EUen Eroaddus attonded tho May Festival ln Jlichmond thls weok. Almost every family intends to own a Pirtno some time., We make it easy for you to own one NOW. You realizc, that a year with thc Piano is far more delightful and edu- i cational thnn several ycars of anticipation. You are going to hny a Piano?hut which Piano? Sc lcct it from the following line of world renowned instru ments, and you'll get honest and right Piano values, musi-? cal scopc, perfect action, and thorough workmanship: Steinway, Wheelock, Kaines, Hardman, Standard, Brewster, Kimball, Stuyvesant, Weser. And our term's will be so easy and prices so low that you can ppsscss THE PIANO NOW. Not just one particular kind of music?hut all kihds?o? nuisic. You can hear ono of So.usa's famous marches, a song by Caruso or Sembrech, an old folk song, a funny dia logue, or the finest music for dancing-^-and you can hear it all within the same hour, Such is the Victor. EASY PAYMENTS. Price $10 up. FREE HOURLY CONCERTS. RECORDS THAT FtT ALL DISC MACHINES, Wc nre wholesale and retail distrihutors. W. D. MOSES & CO.