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of Exclusive OuterGarments Deniniz This most welcome announcement to the fashion lovers of Richmond and vicinity takes place Tuesday and Wednesday, March J Sth-and 16th The occasion being an exposition of thoroughly djstinctive creations in That combines art and fashion, and which every lady of Rich? mond eagerly awaits. All that taste and experience, aided by a lavish expenditure of time and money, can accomplish has been done to make this opening more of a success than any that has preceded it. The famous master milliners and designers of Paris and London, and the leading style creators of New York will be represented by Superb Model Hats. Frocks and Frills in Outer Garments Never before have we shown such a complete and compre hensive exhibition of various classes of .garments. The season's assortments are so varied, both in simple and more elaborate cos tumes, that description on paper is inadequate. It is our purpose to invite your personal presence in our store, and to have you decide for yourself the resuit of our endeavors. Magnificent Showing ofApparel for Infants and Children Dainty, captivating things for the Avee tots have a most beautiful setting on our spacious Third Floor. For years avc have catered to the wants of the little ones, and for real smartness and exclusive designs our Children's Section is sure to command your attention. A half hour spent here will more than justify our claims. Our own importation of Hand Embroidered Coats and Caps, as Avell as practical, inexpensi\'e garments needed by every American baby, are here for your choosing. Special attention is directed to the Stylish, Quaint Little Straw Braid Hats and Bonnets, trimmed so daintily Avith either rlbbons or small flowers. We Bid You Welcome No Cards j^^^w^^O) No Music C1ETY THERE remalns but two weeks j of Lent, and then wlll fol? low a round of Easter wed- I dlngs. Mlss Marlha Patteson Bovvle I ha3 ehoscn Tuesday, March 29, tho date for her marriage to Mel vllle Campbell . Branch. It wlll ta e place in St. Faul's Church at f> o'clock, and will bu followed by a reception at the homo of .Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Munford, on the Herml tage Road. Miss Caroline Hhlelda. dautjhtor of Mrs. Charles M. Shlelds has aUo set the date for her^veddlng to Trusten Polk Draper, of A'oungs town, O., for one day during Ea.ter week. Both of these marrlages will be ihronged by fashlonable audlen.es, and will bo brillliint events in tho most exclusive social clrclea here. Cards have been received in Rich? mond for tho marrlagf on Wednesday, March .0, o? Mlss Mary Beverloy AVhltHe, daughter of Captain and Mrs. AVilllam Conway AVhlitle, of Norfolk, to James Cabell Dabney, of the Nor .folk bar. Mias AVhlttlc it; a granddaughtor of tho late Oenc-ral Rlchard L. Page and tho late Coinmodore AVilllam C. AVhli? tle, of tho United Stai&s and Confeft troto States Navlcs. and a nlece of Judge Stafford G. Whlttle. Mr. Dab? ney in a son of ihe lale Dr. AVilllam Dabney, of the faculty of tho Unlver Plty of A'lrglnla. Hls mother waa a Mlss Mlnor, of the A'lrglnla family ot that name. The ceremony, to he followed by a tvcddlng breakfast, wlll take placo ai noon ln the beautiful anccsiral homo of tho brldo on Freeinason Rtrcet, whero tlie llvos of flvo geperatlons of lier famlly have been passed. ' Another wedd(njj o. interest hero that wlll be celebrated ln New Or? leans Aprll _7, wlll bo that ot Mlss Pocahontas Hendrcn to John Amblor Masori, formerly of thls clty. Miss Ida Maaon, sister of tho groom, wlll f,'o South for the weddlng, and wlll bo the brlde's mald of honor. Another out-of-town nupttn.1 ovcnt of interest here recently announced is ihat of Miss Bcrtha Murlo AA'ebster, niece of Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Thomas Webste'Vj to Thoodore Mlller Bradley. Tho cereinon-y wlll take placo ot ?22fij__ft*x The Permanent Cure of Alcohol and DrugHabits Can only be effect ed through the genuine Ur. l.pflic li. Keeley tre-tracut us admimv t.n-d al ihe ncn Keeley Institute Richmond, Va. Now located overlooldng Chimborato Park and the.Jame. Rlveiv .Under new oiM-geiMnt,' located ln a prctentloui home, newly furnlihed, the Keeley liwtltute. at Kichmond, y*.. oilcr: every advauta.e for the lakin. oi the tlme-Uled ?nd te.ttd KeeUv Cure under ideal ton.ltlon-. ' The chargee, whlcli are extremely modersit*. cover a t re-tmentio! from fopr to i!_ weeki complctely re-uildini; thp nervc celU from a conditlon ol cravln. to _ iiormal, healtliy eonalUQH .1 lunctional iierlurniaiice. Wrlte to-day lor full deuiilv THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Box 734. 130 North TblrtySecond SUM*. Hlchmond, Va. town, Md. The bride-olect is a, daugh? ter of Oeorgo N. Wcbster, of New York. Mr. Bradley is/a son of Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Bradloy, of Fredorloks bui-K, and has made his homo in Bal? tlmore for the past fow years. Mlss Connle Evans, daughter of Rev. XV. E. Evans, D. D.. formerly of thls clty, now of Blrmlngham, Ala., has set the date for her weddlng to Wll lard Sullivan, of Savannah. for Tues? day. March 20. A number of Rich? mond people wlll gc- to Blrmlngham to attcnd the ceremony, among them Mlsses Kate and Posle Moredlth, Mlss Katharlno Hawes, Carlton McKennoy, I Joel Porrin and others. The wedding of Mlss Graco Douglas Anderson, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. ?ierbort AV. Anderson. of Alexandrla, to Dr. Eugar Lyons AA'dods, U. S. N.. wlll take placo about the nilddlo of Aprll. And stlil there aro bngagemonts and rumors of engagemienta yet unan nounced. At thc Tea rtiioin. Thursday afternoon at tho tea room in tho palm gardon of tho Jofferson Hotei was unuaually attractive. Bowls ot vlolets und palo yollow tullpa dec? orated each tablo. Mrs. Edwnrd.Cai'r rlngton Mayo and Mrs. St. Coorgo Bry? an wore tho hosl-_se3 for tha after? noon and were asslstej ln sorvlng by Mrs. Elizaboth Whltloek Blrd, Mlss Lindsoy, Miss Clertrudo Camra, Mlss tlo tea party. Mrs. Henry Ealrfax, of Mrs. James Halsoy and Mlsa Eloiso Halsey, of Phlladelphla, wero guosts of Honor at an attractive InCormai llt tlo tea party. Mrs. Henry Falrfax. of Aldle, A'a., ontcrtalned a party of frlonds at another tablo, and a number of the conKi'cgatton of St, Pnul's drop ped ln for an Informal cup of tea, and altogethcr tho tea" room presented a vory aniinated and charmlng appoar ance. ? MI-_ AVattw <? -\vetl. A very protty homo weddlng avIU ho celobruted very qulelly on AVednesday ovenlng, Marcu IB, at 0 o'clock ln tho home of the brldo'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Clarko AVat.ts, in Staun? ton, when Mlsa Lota AVatts wlll be glvoi> in marrlago to AVilllam AVityt Cllbbs. Rov, A, M. Fraser, D ?., pas tor of iho brldo, w'lll perform the cere? mony. Mrs, Herbert Alton Meyor.wlll at? tcnd her sister as damo of libnpr' and Frank MeParlund wlil be tlio grqom'a hest nmn. Tho brldo wlll enter the drawlng room on the arm of hor- l'a ? ther, by, whom site wlll oe (jlven iway. An lnformal reception wlll fol? low tho cercmony, to which only the Immedlato famllles and relatives of tht brldre and groom wlll bo invited, ifter which Mr. Glbbs and hls brldo will leavo to spend their honeymoon ln tho North. Thoy wlll be at homo ln Phll adolphia after Aprll 10. SpeudliiK Sumincr lu Ehirope. Colcjiel and Mrs. Joseph E. Wlllard and Mlsses Bcllo and Ellzabolh AVil lard, who havo been spendlng tho win? ter In Parls, France, wlll go to Italy in' a- fe\v\Aveeks, whero thoy wlll ro? maln for somo Hme, golng to Rome for Eiister ana later traveling lu Swlt zerland. Mlss Virginia MacTavlsh, who for tho past few years has residod abroad, has'? beon. spendlne tho winter ln Bal? tlmore' arid wlll sall ln June for Eu ropo* aud agaln occupy her vllla ncar Rome. The Womau's Club. Tho annual business meetlng wlll bo hold ln tho club rooms to-morrow aft? ernoon at 4:80 o'clock, Vlsitors' carda wlll not bo good upon' thla occaslon, its only membera nro expected to at? tcnd Iho meetlng. Every momber is urged to bo pres? ent, that tho huslnessi before tho meot? lng may not bo delayed. Llternry lloiiud-Tal.le. On AVedne,Hday afternoon tho J.ltor nry Rotind-Table will meet to discusa Thuckuray'a "Vanlty Falr" under tho dlroctlon of Mrs. N. W Sale. Bolug horself well known ln tho world of lottors, Mrs. Sala ls partlcularly well fiuallfiod to'handlo thls most Interest? lng subjoct attractively, UctiiriilUK lu Aprll, Mlss Margnret Strlngfellow, M'ho has beon ln Munlch, Dresdon and Ber? lln for soverai months thls wlntor, ls now in Tal'Is, w'horeahe wlllrenialn uhtii Aprll 10, .when sho avIU sall on the steamahlp Cedrlc for New York. Mlsa Amy McRao AVerth, who fitllcd from New York early ln January wlth Mr. Binghani and hls daughter, of Cleveland, 0? wlll return to Richmond lato in Aprll. Mlsa Werth's party has spent several months crulalng along tho eastern coast of South America, Spend Kaiitcr nt Uiiiver.tlty. Mlss Sadio Ncal, of AVost Grace Stroet, anci Miss Kathorlno Fontalne wlll be amontj the IUchmond glrls Who\ will nttend tho germans at Eaatcr at, tho ' Unlverslty of A'lrglnla Thoso dajieos aro always largely attended, and aro the most brilliant affalrs given at thc Unlverslty durlng to year. llrllllaut Ucccptloii In Norfolk. The olTlcers of tho Brazlllan battle shlp Mlnaa Gereas woro ontertalned Thursday evening by Brnzilian>' Vivo Consul Barton Myers and Mrs, Mycra at thelr rcsldence,. 425 Freemason Streot, in'a reception attended by up wards of threo hundred gueats. It waa among tho moat brilliant so? cial eventa of many seasons in Nor? folk. ' The hoiiso waa decorated ln yellow and greon, tho colors of thu flag of Brazll, and thla waa aceom? plished through tho uso of jonqulla and evergrcens, in a general sottlng of pulma and ferns. Tho dining room woro an oxqulslto Urapery of buntlng wlth Amorlcan and Brazlllan colors. Tho guosts includcd sovoral offlcers of tho Unltod; States navy. Among them wore Lle'ut.-Com. Chrlsty, Capt. (Gontinuod on Pago 3.) , Cle_i_y Eye When Glassos ai . noodod uso those that wlll glvo correct vlslon and a clear,. steady eyo. Our export oervlco insuros that whlcli is safoat and bost at lowest charges. Prosprlptlon work is our speciality, ' Comploto'optical manufaeturlng plant on tho promlseo, Mail orders recelve prompt at-" tontlon, The S. Galeski Optical Company, Main and Eighth Broad and Thtrd KODAK HEADQUARTERS.