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T >r l.cni aro slipplng by lj ,mii the week Jusl Whlle i-li:ir.n Ir-rl/.-d by m.iiiiii. W? ""I by anv ,!. vold of ioclal Inter* i ccord i" gan Monday afternoon When t;, annual ffleetlftg of WoTnan'a Club resulted In un* urianlmoua elec? tlon >'f MI*. Jano Rutherfoord aa presl ,l,-.,i Mn ?!. A. l..-fr..y and Mrs, T. ,-.,,, ,.. jon, i. ,,. vlco-prosidents; Misa ,;,,, i.....;,. , , i retary attd treasurer, .,'. ..',!? c llo I"- i rail oa eorrespond I,V .', , . ,. ?? '| ;., in. . tlng of the club on thli oi alon was largo and cnthus la-'l i'-. f'tmlc-t Itiniisurnled. M mdny nlght brouglrt the grand rally ii, tho room of Voung Woman's Chrls .,.,,, \ oclatlon. when lhe "RalnboW , ? .- ? .. i ?? heginnlna the movemeni for l|on memberahlp, wa* lnatigurated, _,;.. \ Belrne Btnlr, the association deni opening th-* meetlng nnd liU ,-,?; nai. McCorkle. th'e assocla? tlon secretary. maklng the address. Cnmtng aml Going. *i.. James __.ee Bhctton and Mr. ann Mrs Preston CarSon were among tlie ' ', . | ; ..;... last weofc from lhe [-,,'. . . M, f| fl ? fldlng In Norfolk. Mr il Mrs. VV. I!. Whlto. who wc, j.'.;;? at the hirtlnlny (.-clebri'. Uon of Mrs. Behjamln Gray. ln Nor? folk oame back on Tuesdiy, having hnd -,t receni dellghtful trip through Florida In Mr. Whlte'a private car. \gnin?t these returna must bc reglstered lhe departure of Mr. and Mrs. George Randolph Cannon for n crulsc through Woat Indian watrrs and stops ai Colon, in Panama, and on the South Amerlcan coast. Richmond society has haaVtlly wol ,.,,,,',.. i Mrs George Brewster, wlio hns been spendlng lhe week wltli lier mother Mrs. Robert Bosher, and Mrs. Henrv I'ahfix. "f Oak Hlll, wlio has boen here for somo time wlth Mrs. !">_ vid Tennant. Mrs Shea, of New i'ork. haa been on loylng i.'iitm pleasures wlth her hof i, - Miss Maude Morgan, and Misa i ..,.,?;?_.. of Philadelphla, ls the gucsfr ol Mrs. Fretl Noltlng. M,_. juiia .loynes and Miss Osgood returned froin tiio Unlvcrslty on Tues* da, .,,,,i Miss Annle Laurle Haynes is back from an enjoyablo vlsll to Suf folk. Mr*.. Swanson'a At Home*. jl,., s\. anaon returned from her coun tr - home, near Chatham. ln time to keep her usual Tuesday afternoon. Shc wlll bo at homo wcekly durlng March, ln preftj ten tablo promislng '.., amounl ol pl< aauro lo her many frli nds, who are '--lad to drop ln for ;, .;.,, ovoi the tea cupa Wlth the hos tes'q "f the Executivo Manslon. riitrimlt- Women. RIchWiond Chapter, Daughters of tlie Confedcrs ? and the Pocahontas Mo morial ! ocl tlon held meetlngs last ? on Wednesday morn p llall. tiu- latter wltli -,] ? lon of Tinii a* - ?:? Hotel. The l> ? _ , . - ssed tbc project ol irant at tlu* state l aulumn. and tho Pocahontas \ ? iclation the blll before Congrcsc for a $5,000 appropriation. I icaterfleld Chapter. United : _ ? . ,,;? tho Confederaoy, held its meeting ! sterday afternoon ln the Mi A'ia, Taylor Drew, 2S03 >\berr Society ?.nthrr.?. .; ? ? gatherlng of Richmond so tea-ro im ln I he Joffer ? omlng ;_ well cstab Ilshed fftftture "f social 1lfc durlng Lent, for iIir* loora proves n very nt* ir.-nti.i- place lo nicet obe'S friends at llicsc Informnt roeoptlons. Durlng Hie pftSt week many of Rich mond's mOSI prominent girls and young matron. havo gracefully fllloifl thelr dutlea as hostcss. Some of those re celvlng were Miss Gcrtrude Cnmni, Miss Nellle Tompklns. Mrs. John Skcl ton Willlams, Mrs. Arthur P. Rlpley. Mi?i Mabel Walkor. Mrs. Sidnry BU ford. Miss Nellle Boykln. Miss Delld Tomplilns, Miss Gabrlella Page. Mrs. Edward Mayo. Mr... Rt. George Bryan, Miss Evelvn Gordon, MUM Elslo In? gram Miss Franees Myers. Mrs. New ton vaughn, Miss Rosslo Watkins. Mra. David L.-nke. Misa Maude Morgan. Mrs. prui-o Bowe Mrs. Fred Nolting nnd her guest Miss Borrlhg of Philadelphla; MI" PO?lo Meredlth, Miss Nan Llnd Bay Miss Katherine llawes. Miss Bdltll Taylor MI*-" Lucv Ford Wortham. Miss Kato Meredlth. Miss Avls Orant.Mi.-s Fli.aheth Tlotchkisr. MlSS Mattle Shields Miss Callv Ryland, MIsh llelcn Chfi-ltlan, Miss Mary Hlckok. Miss Ro befta Trlgg, Miss Julla .Toynes, Miss OS good Miss Roberta Hamllton. Miss Helen Lathrop nnd Miss Roberta Smlth. Vmong tho many who wero enter? talned ln the toaroom during the week were- Mrs. Willlam Noland, Mrs. Petet .Invo Miss Flsle Boykln. Miss Edtth T-.vlor Miss Flossle Talhott, Mrs. Ash ,o St'nrko. Mrs. Randolph Willlams Mra Georgo Brewstcr, of New york, Mrs'. John Dunlap, Miss nessie Martin. Mrs Bnek Mrs. Sam Wallace. Mrs. Otway ARen. Mrs. Mayo. Miss Caro lyn Martin. Miss Maude Morgan Miss TVIgg, Miss Binford. Mr. and Mis Cloyd Keht, Mrs. Alle- Ponnnn. Mr loh'n Lvons. Mrs. Wallcr Morton. Mis Evelvn Gordon, Miss EHzabeth Hotch klas, Jtra. Nolting. Miss Helen Lathrop, Mias Bovd. Miss Derby, Miss Cowardln. Mrs. Ranlett, Mrs. David Tennan and Ihtlr daughter. Mrs. Henry Fairfa* WhO is vlsltlng lier: MlBS F*ter*"* Mias Grant. Miss Ellyson. MUa MCr ,-??,... Mra. c.eorge Glbaon, M aa Bltarkenahip. Miss Meredlth. Miss Tompklns. Miss Cocke and Miss Brown. who ia vlaltlng Miss Lucy Ford Wor tliain- Miss .loM-pliine Kllett, Mlsaea Clrfrkc Miss Trnvlor. Mlsses Flnney. Mrs losanli W_.l_.o_i. Mra Stuart Bowo, Miss Hlckok, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ih.bliston. Mrs a. O. McCabc, Mrs. Henry Basker vilio Mrs. Scott Parrish. Mrs. lUchard Parr'ish Mlaa Dalsy Boykln. Miss Lucy Ford' Wortham. Miss Helen SOwltt Adams. Mrs. Robert Lee Traylor. Mrs. John C. Hagan. Misa Paullne Powers. Miss Evelvn Gordon Mrs. Gordon. Mrs. Moncure >rnk1n<: Mr. Wilson. Mrs. reffrey Montaguo, Miss Bessle Mercur. lof WUkeabarre, Pa.; Mr. McKenny, Mr, ipcrrlii Mlaa West, Mias WItt, Miss Mary Parrish. Mrs. Arthur Ripley. Mrs, Shea Of New York; Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. IVtordcn. Mra. Warrcn. Mrs. Travers. Mrs Marsh. Mrs. Columbia Hayes Walkor. Miss I.ucy Lay. Miss Morgan. and many others. ' (_Ice nnd Mnnilolln (luh Comlng. Mothcrs, slsters and aWCflthearta of boya al Hampdon-Sldney College ,usy plannlng for thelr entertain ' ment when they come down to Rlch Imond wlth the Mandolin and Glec Club on Friday, March 2S, to give their an? nual cntertalnmcnt in the auditorium of tho Jefferson Hotel. Mrs. Blanton will bc their hoatess on that after? noon. in her homo at 300 West Grace Street. and a dance wlll be glven ln their honor after tho porformance. Some of the Richmond boys who wlll come with the club are .Tames Cccil, W. Z. Moore. Blair Fitts. Moylan Fltts, I'rcd Valentlne, Wallace fclanton, Wyndbam Blanton, Huntcr Barksdale. James W. Slnton. Herbert Traffonl. Spring Styles IF' YOUR SHOES are not perfectiy comfortable to your feet, pleasing to your eyes, and in harmony with your new gowns, you are ceitainly wearing shoes intended for another woman. Among the endless styles of CrSSn there are those as surely designed to exactly fit and please you as though they were special models ordered from your custom maker. Furthermore, they will wear just a. long as a custom-made shoe, while lhe saving in price is at least that of an extra pair of Patrician. The fit, the charming styles of Patrician Shoes are not "acci dents of experiment, but the "result" of an accurate knowledge of the feminine foot, feminine fashions, and femininc tastes, com bined with worthy materials. For your own comfort and tatiifaction we tugge.i that you try PATRICIAN Oxfords, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 Seymour Sycle, 11 West Broad Street. Willlam Martin and lhe Uunnlnglon boys from Farmville. St. JoIib's Clrclr. St. .lohn's Clrclfl of tlie King'.. naiighter.. wlll meet Mnndny after? noon nt .|;,10 o'clock wlth Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazldy, 2718 East Broad strcci. A full ottenilnnce is rcquested. Al Womttii'a Club. "The Hardy Anntml" wlll make Its thlrd appeatance at the Woman's Club to-morrow afternoon' at half past 4, wlth Mrs. Thomas Cary Johnson ns edilor-ln-chief. b'hc wlll be ussiistcd by Mrs. Moses ]'_). Hoge. sporting cdl t<*r; Mrs. It. A. Sampson, woman's page; Mrs. John S. Munce, book re vlews; Miss Helen Montague, original story; Mrs. B. M. KHlngtnn. pocm; Mrs. C. M. Ferrcll, paragraphs nnd Jokes and Mrs. Henry Ilarwood, muslcal sup plemoht. Mrs. John Lamb, Mrs. Alexander Sands. Miss Mary Aylett, Miss Glazc* brooke and Mrs. Urncr wlll bo as slsted by Mrs. Harrls. Mrs. Allce M. Tyler, Miss Hallburton and Mrs. Ball. Ball. ' On Tliursday afternoon nt 4:80 o'clock Mrs. Henrlctta Cushlng wlll glvn "A Talk From the TIeart on the Condition of tho Insane." Mrs. Cush ing Is a well-known Bostonian, who ls devotlng her life and means to the betterment of the conditions surround Ing this unfortunate class of persons. Sho wlshes to lay before all the .wo? men of lhe land what she has gathered concernlng tho treatment of pa tionta ln order to galn thelr support In making reforms where such are need? ed. Mrs. Cushlng ls a most Interest? ing speaker, nnd should have a large audience. On Wednesday afternoon the Liter* ary Round Table wlll meet to dlscuss Thomas Hardy's "Life and Works," under the dlrection of Mrs. J. C. Mot calf. Ilan.-licl ?Vi-il. mi. A wedding of much Interest to the many friends of the groom In Vir? ginla will bo celebrated ou Tuesday at I o'clock lu the bride's home at Hamllton Court. Philadelphla, when .Miss Fthel Rosehrookc Nellson, daugh? ter nf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nellson. wlll heeome tho bride of Willlam Cary Hanckel, aon of Lewls HunC-kel, of Charlottesvllle. Kaster llllca will form an aisle, and palms, Southern smllax nnd baskets of spring flowers wlll laVishly decorate the large salon of the court, where tho ceremony will tako place. Rev. Wil? llam C. Richardsi-.-, rector of Salnt James EplScopal Church, Philadelphla, will be the offlolatlng clergyman. A Ktringcd orchostra will play the wedding march. and during the recep? tion. to hc held at half past 1, af? ter the ceremony. Aiian Perklns, of Charlottesvlllo, wiii bo best man; and the bride's sister. Miss Brooke Nellson. will be her mald of honor. wcaring a gown of pink satin and chlffon, made princess ylth Trlsh lace yoke and carrying a bouquet of white orchlds and gardonias. Her cos? tume will be i-ffectlvcly flnished hy a large pink pieture hat. There will be no other attendants. Tho bride will enter with her father, who will give her away. Her -wedding gown is of white satin trlmmed with rose point lace, and her only ornament will. be an exiiuisite rope of pearls. Her tullo veil will be caught with orange blos? soms and she will carry a white pray rrhook from which wlll hang a showcr of lilies of the valley. Mrs. Robert Nellson, the bride's mother, will wear an imported gown of gray crepe with Duchess lace ap plique. Mr. and Mrs. Hanckel wlll leave on Tuesday night for an extended wed? ding trip. and on thelr return wlll make thelr home in Charlottesvillc. Back from Unlveralty. . Miss Julia Joynes and her guest, Miss Osgood. of Philadelphla, have re? turned from the Unlvcrslty of Vir? ginia, where they were tho guests of Mrs. Cullcn. spendlng several days de lightfully In the usual spring pleaa ures and belng charmingly entertaln? ed at the unlvcj-slty, where they are very popular. Interesting virjslnin Wcddlii*. Among the many engagements an? nouneed this spring, one of cspecial in? terest throughout Virginla and ln Richmond, where the brlde-elect's mother formerly lived, is that of Miss Rosalie Lyle Wheat, daughter of Mrs, Florenee Allen Wheat, of near Ber ryvllle, to Townsend Burwell, of Mlll wood, Clarke county. The wedding will take place In a few months, and Mr. and Mrs. Burwell wlll reside ai "Carter llall," In Clarke county. The ceremony wlll be celebrated In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Potter, of Clarksburg, W. Va, and will be one of the most important "social affair: of the spring ln Vlrglnla society. Miss Wheat is the granddaughter of the late Joseph Allen, a former Influentlal citlzen of thls clty, and ls a niece oi Mrs. John Tyler and Mrs. Rosalie Al? len Skinker, of .Richmond. An l_ .ciilug Wlth St. Patrick. For tho beneflt of the Improvement fund of Trlnity Methodlst Eplscopal Churoli, an Irish Evening wlll be glver on Wednesday, St. Patrick'sDay, at th. residence of Mrs. Itichard H. Hardcrty 3102 East Clay Street. St. Patrick Mid other features of the Emerald Isle wil be in order and a sllver offering wil' be taken at the door. Lnt on? .iu li nst <>u. The wedding of Miss Agnes Bel' Jolinston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thomas B. Johnston, of D09 Nortl Twenty-Fifth Street, to Charles Warc Katon, will bo celebrated on Tliursday Maroh 18. at 8:30 o'clock ln the hom. of tho bride. Guests of Honor. Among tho invitatlons whlch Gov ernor and Mrs. Swanson have alreadj accepted for the month of May ls tha extended by Justlce Henry Jones am other prominent ? citizens of Warwicl to the Governor und hla -wife, to bi present at the unvelling ot the Con federato monument at Warwlck Court house ln tho latter part of the month whlch thoy have accepted. Thoy ar looking forward wlth much pleasur, to thelr vlslt to Warwlck and tho cere inonlea Incident to tho unvelling, Donotlon Day. Tho annual donation day at th. Bollo Bryan Day Nursory and Fre Klndergarten will be held next Thurs day, Marcli IS. The houso wlll be ope ali day for visltors and tea wlll b served from 4 to 6. It ls hoped the friends of the klndergarten an nursery wjll renpond, as cijntrlbutlon of all kinds will bo gratefully rocelvei Cliurcb Hlll Auxlllar?-. The Church Hlll Auxillary, Retreo for tho Slck, will meot Tliursday aftet ru.on ut 4:30 o'clock wlth Mrs. Ranio D. Garcln, 2618 Kast Broad Strue IllcIlllllHMllT*. tu 'IfllH. The Austlrt Dally Stalcsman, < Auatlu4 Texas, sontaiRS- tba follawln AN EXCLUSIVE STORE FOR WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL Stunning Spring Styles Await Your Critical Inspection! The distinguishing features of the new fashions are strikingly apparent and attractive to women who insist on having the very latest. Not many of any one particular style, because we preserve the Kaufmann exclusiveness? a wide variety and a diversity of the newest and smartest models?our assemblage comprising Tailored Suits Three-Piece Suits Costumes for Evening Wear Silk Suits and Wraps Dinner Dresses We say Richmond's handsomest styles are here because we believe it?we always strive to excel. How well we have succeeded you can best judge after inspection. Two Striking Styles Novelty Stripe Worsted Suit Coat, semi-fitting, strictly man - tailored, heavy taffeta lining; skirt has that new flare effect so much in vogue this season; similar to cut. 'ii 11* ? 'J j, t-1 - $20.00 Very attractive One-piece Suit of Figured Pongee, round net yoke braided in soutache, new folded girdle effect and tucked sleeves; lead ing shades of navy, tan, green and the new blue iccvcs, icaa $10.00 Special Mention Preparations for our Annual Spring Millinery Opening are already under way. The most impressive showing of 'Paris Millinery we have ever presented, and an assemblage of our own artistic creations will be shown. The date will be announeed later, although we are now prepared to look to your needs in Spring Headwear. Fashion's foremost fancies in all the favorite colorings in Parasols are here?reseda, old rose, red, taupe, blue, champagne and helio in plain colors; also tasty combinations fancy bordere'd^and figured pongee with fancy and enamel handles to match that new costume. The prices range from $1.50 up. Pretty showing of Children's Parasols at popular prices. Gloves, Hosiery, Belts, Neckwear, Yeilings A notable showing of the Stason's latest styles and colorings. A gathering of novelties and exclusive effects that go to complete milady's new spring costume. Special attention is directed to our spring importation of Gloves. Special for Monday 29c Qyality Pure Silk Taffeta Ribbon, in 5 and 6-inch widths, all colors. This is an exceptional Ribbon value ?% jM and should induce you to sup- I- ?3C ply your wants for summer. Special for Monday Barrettcs and New Hair Omaments of Imitation Tortoise Shell?so like real that they deceive the most ex- f^fpk pert. Regular value $1.00 / *#f* and $1.25. SPECIAL. ?.-_ Special for Monday Elastic Belts, in all shades* with grain or alligator fronts; also gilt and oxidized buckles in new designs, just received. SPECIAL 50ca'nd.... 25c article ln Its society columna of this week: Mr. antl Mrs. AV. A. Boswell havo a most interesting house party, ln whlch are represented four gcnera tions. Their guests, who have been spendlng the wlnter ln Texas, arrlved from Conroe, where there was held a t'amilv reunlon at Christmas. Wlth Mr. and Mrs. Boswell now ara Mrs. Annle K. Boswell, Mrs. Frank M. Box ley and baby. Mrs. Frank D. Bever? idge and Miss Anna II. Beveridge, of Rlehmond. Mrs. Shannon S. Grifflth, of Conroe, Texas, and Mr. S. Harwood Boswell, of Oarrett, Montana. Mrs. Boxlo. cxpects to return to Rtchmond before the lst of April. IMcetlUK ot liugucnot Society. On next Sunday at 8 P. M. the an? nual mass-meetlng of tho Huguenot Kvangellcal Society will be held in the Second Presbyterian Church, when the Rev. Wallace T. Palmer, X>. Ti., of New Orleans, nephew and successor of the Rev. B. M. Palmer. D. D., of New Orleans, wlll address the meetlng. Tho publlc wlll bo cordlally welcomed. MinouQfc Bugngeuicut. Judge A. B. Evans, of Mlddlesex county, announces the engagement of his granddaughter, Miss Eratna Dow Segar, to Nathgnlel J. Land, of Nor? folk, the wedding ceremony to be celebrated in .lune. lte_-lt.il at Conservatory. There will be another delightful re cltal at the Conservatory of Music, 505 East Grace Street, next Friday evening, March 19 at half.past 8 : o'clock to which tho publlc ls cor dijilly Invlted. Pi-oit'i'iiiii antl Pntroueeaea. At the recital to bo glven next Tliursday ovenlng by Miss Mlnnle Dorby, asslsted by Miss Relnhardt, tho program is to include the Prelude and Fugue by Bach, followed by two of The Master Cure for %H?uMfli*H Dsea by Speclallata end taotrn alnce 1801 ?? the one ROOd niedlcine for deep-ieateil and ap. parently taopoleas caaei. A safe. epeedj;and aatu Factory treatment. Don't waste Unie wltb com pounds, cnra-alls and linlroenU. Inaist on iwr. Ing Mullsr'H Fauioua prescrlptlon ?ao aucoone. Curti Rhettmetltm *??__ Gout any age or condition. At Drugglata, 18c. Bottle. BooWet inailed free. ? WM. H. MUUER, 74 UnWersIty PUco, Ntw York Chopln'S Mazurkas and a Prelttde, Berceuse and Etude from the same master. Then a Bonata for the piano and vlolln Svill be rendered, followed by a symbollatic study. Schubert-Elsift's "On the Wlngs of Song," and Liszt's "Gondolicrs'' wlll be next. Two numbers from McDowell ("March Wind" and tho "Dance of the Elvcs"., and Tarantelle, from Wahle, will close the program, whlch promlses to be a very artlstlc one. Prominent Richmond women aro much Interested ln thls recltal by two of Rlchmond's young artists, and the list of patron esses already include.. Mrs. E. A. Hoen, Mrs. S. H. Hawes, Mrs. .1. S. Brockenborough. Mrs. John Lamb, Miss Jane Itutherford, Mrs. Conway Gor? don, Mrs. T. W. Pemberton, Mrs. Charles Bolllng', Mrs. Claudo Swanson, Mrs. John Armistead, Mrs. James Pol lard, Mrs. W. IT. O. McGee. Mrs. Archer Jones, Mrs. B. 11. EllIngton, Mrs. Ed gar Gunn, Mrs. J. D. Crump, Mrs. Wal? ter Chrlstian, Mrs. Graliam Hobson, Mrs Thomas Whlttet, Mrs. John An? derson, Mrs, E. H. Clowes, Mrs. Ed ward McGeorge, Mrs. Granville Valen? tlne, Mrs. Atklns, Mrs. J'almer. Mrs. C. R. Willls, Mrs. Charles Grant, Mrs. ?Tacob Michaux, Mrs. J. B. Harvcy, Mrs. Samuel Cohen. Eiitcrtnluiucut Tburatlay. Ono of tho most dellghtful cntertain monts of tho season waa a birthday supper givon Tliursday evening at Hotel Richmond by the Ladies* Auxlli ary of the Order of I.ailwnly Conduc tora to thelr husbands. The occasion celebrated thelr thlrd annlversary and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present. Tho long banquet table was a thlng of beattty, wlth its profusion of Amerlcan Beauty roses and plnk hya clnths, and the supper was a gem ln overy respect, During tho meal music. by the hotel orchestra added greatly to tho enjoy ment of tho occasion. Among those present wero; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Southward, Mrs. O. A. Spears, Mrs. J. A. Wllleford. Mrs. F. W. Jenks, Mrs, J. W. Wash, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Wingfleld, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thomas, Mr, and Mrs. A. B. J. Williams, Mn.. Ida Waldrop, Mrs. L. "V.. Smlth, Mr. B. Cates, Mrs. A. C. Anthony, Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cobb, Mr... F. B. Chestorman, Mrs. R. B. ponald. Mrs. J. I<\ Davls, Mr. and Mrs. li, p, King. Mrs. B. II. Lo/tng, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lane, Mr. aud Mrs, James Mlcliio, Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Thompson, Mr nnd Mrs. Irvln T^alnhjim, Mrs. C. IL VaUei's,. ma. ,W, u. '.A^'att,. Mr. und Mrs. J. R. Lifsey, Mrs. J. M. Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moody. 1'craonal Mention. Chlswell D. Langhorne, o? Mlrador, and Mrs. Charles Dana Glbson, of New York, aro spendlng a few days here wlth Mrs. Moncure Perklns, and thelr many Richmond friends wlll be glad of thls opportunity of welcoralng them. Mrs. W. H. Sterling, of Norfolk. and her llttle daughter are in/RIchmond, the guests of Matthew tfllmour, on Park Avenue. Miss Brown is the attractive guest of Miss Lucy Ford Wortham. Mrs. J. J. Hlckok has jolncd Mrs. Gtistavus Ober and Miss Ober, of Bal? tlmore, and all are at the Hotel Wol cott, New York, for several days. Miss Bessle S. Beale, who has been visiting relatlves and frlonds in Wash? ington, D. C, has returned to her homo ln tlils city. Miss Mabel O'Kerrall has returned to the clty after vlsltlng her sister, Mrs. J. Taylor Thompson, ln Farmville, Va. Mrs. B. W. McGuIre is in the clty, stopplng at 009 East Franklin Street, to bo wlth her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Clark, of Danville, Va., who is at St. Luke's Hospital. Her friends will be glad to learn that she ls getting on nlcely, and a speedy recovery is ex pected. Mrs. E. G. Mercer, of Forest Hlll, has returned from Alexandrla. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hutchison en? tertalned at dlnner at their home !n Washington for thelr house guests, Mrs. Walker and Miss Hayes, of. Rlch lond, who are vlsltlng them. Alexander Wcddoll, of tho Amerlcan legatlon ln Copenhagen, ls expectod here this spring._ Mrs. Yarbrough, of Rtchmond. has been visiting hor sister./ Mrs. E. S. Blanton, in Newport News. Miss Loulse Montague, who haa heen spendlng tho wlnter wlth Mrs. Charloa Hail ln Norfolk, ls now vlsltlng frlevids ln Richmond, and will leavo later for Baltlmore. Miss Nan Lewis Stamper has re? turned from Washington. Mr. and Mrsr. Alexander Tunstall, of Washington, and Mrs. GiUlam. of West Virginla, are guestg of Mrs. Gray and Mrs. aiaughter in Warren Crescent, Norfolk, .Va, Mrs. Frank McGuirc and Miss Susie McGuire are spendlng tw? weeks at Howardsvlllo. Miss Emlly Waddill has returned to her home on Grovo Road after a de? llghtful stay wlth Miss Margaret Wil? llams at her homo in Washington, D. C, where MIsS Waddill greatly en joyed the Inauguration and other pleas ures ln Washington. Miss Pattie Lols Hobaon has as her, guests at her home In Powhatan coun? ty, Mlsses Brent Wltt and Bessio Jackson. Miss Bessie Lamb is visiting ln Annapolls after a. charming trip to New Y->rk, where sho was the gueat of Miss Ethel Norton. who spent the month of January wlth Miss Lamb at her home. 710 West Grace StreeL Miss Carrie Hail. aceompanied hy her brother, Wtllio Hail, has returned to her homo in Gloucester county'after a ploasant vlslt to Baltlmore and Wash? ington durlng the inauguration week. They also stopped ln Richmond for several days wlth friends and relativea. Miss Wray Wharton and Miss Nancy Briggs, of Chestnut Hlll, who have been spendlng a few days in Wash? ington, attended a reception ln the East Room of the Whlte House Mon? day morning at 12 o'clock, when the Presldent and Mrs. Ta^t recelved a del? egation from the Roosevelt Club of Mlnnesota. They left Washingtcyi on the same day for New Jersey and -tfew York, where a round of galetles havo beon planned for them.__^ Cut Flowers, Tropical Plants, Bouquets and Designs Delivercd anywhere always promptly. Mann & Brown, Floriati, No. 5 West Broad Street, Richmoai Va. Decora Uona of any kind.