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orinfi nins 1910 f Impo-ffcedl Doimestie s Wednesday, Thursday,' Friday, March 16th, 17th and 18th ??*#<** z&i:*?*^ Your inspection of this unusual display solicited. *?/f?i ??tfcArf^ Hundreds of Hats to select from to guaranteeyour Easter Hat without delay to smart dressers. :-:SOCIETY:-: (Contlnued From Second Page.) Bixbie (U. S. Marlno Corps), Paymas ter Fyffe, Dr. Frank Cooke, Lleut. H. L. Irwln, LleuL Rlce, of the battle ?hip North Carollna; Capt. R.\ C. Mar? shall, U. S. N.. commandant of the Nor? folk navy yard, and Mrs. Marshall: Capt Parker, U. S. N, captain of tho navy yard. and Mrs. parker; Capt. Al frcd Reynolds, U. S. N, of tho rccelv ingslilp Franklin, and Lleut.-Com. Ev? ans, U. S. N., of thc scout crulser Sa? lem. Headed by Capt. Pedro Vde Mello rinna. tho ofllccra of tho Brazlllan dreadnought stood ln tho recelvlng llne, which, besldes them, Included Mr. I and Mrs. Myers, Mlss Katherlno My? ers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry St. George Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Bald ;wln. Mrs. Phlllip Alexander Bruce. Assistlng in recelvlng wero Mlss A'lrglnla Garrison, Miss Virginia Cooke, Mlss Mary Galt, Mlss Mary Paync, Mlss Belle Heath, Miss Anne Dornln and Mlss Louise Taylor. Mrs. Talbot AValke, Mrs. R. t>. Wain wrlght, and Mrs. Emlly Hardy presld ed at the frult punch bowl. Block Uiiy. An Interestlng ovent in thc Lenten season wlll be "Block Day," held un? der tho directlon of the board of raan agers of the Day Ntirsery and Free Kindersarten. A number of prominent soclety women wlll leave an envelope at every house on every block ln the clty to-morrow and collect them agatn on Frlday. Members of the board and somo of those who wlll help collect the envclopes are Mrs. Charles P. AValford. Mrs. Frank McGuire, Mrs. H. AV. Bassctt, Mrs. Bobert Blankenshlp. Mrs. Stewart Bryan, Mrs. St. George Bryan. Mrs. Barton Wlse, Mr3. Harry A Growing Business In a Growing City Cannot serve its cu?tomers wlth one Bell Telephone, yet hundreds of subscribers think they are "saving" in this way. They are.losing by "saving." Your telephone facilities should be ahead of, not behind, the requirements of your business. While one customer is ordering on the telephone others may be trying to reach you, only to get the "Busy" report. Consulting us does nqt obligate you in any manner, and Ave Avill be glad to show you what you require. - Call Contract Department Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co. of Virginia. Hazard. Mrs. John Harrison, Mrs. ?James Caskle, Mrs. Samuel "Wallace, Mrs. A. C. Eccker, Mrs. R. L. Slmpson, Mrs. I.. E. Biggs. Mrs. Emmett Dickin? son, Mrs. John B. Swartwout, Mrs. Bertram Chesterman, Mrs. F. D. Eppes, Mrs J. ti. Epps. Mrs. Robert Lecky, Mrs. J. Calvln Stewart, Mrs. A. Ii. Holladay, Miss Lucy Nolting, Miss Ju llet Lee. Miss Evelyn Gordon and oth? er members of the Glrls' Club. The Day Nursery ls a charmlng llt? tle house where the lovely flowcrs and happy games are sometlmes the only brlght spots in the llttle children's gray llves of lonellness. Of Intereiit Here. Chestertown, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, wlll attract a party of POPULAR YOUNG WOMAN hunters from th- Grcen Sprlng Val ley Hunt Club on March IT. About twenty of tho most enthuslastlo fol lowers of the houhds wlll leave a. week from to-morrow for Kent county. They will hunt all day Frlday and return to Baltimore late Saturday night. As there ls no fox huntlng club at Chestertown, the folks from the Val ley wlll tako thelr own mounts and hounds wlth them and will go pre pared for an excltlng day's chase. At this season Kent is an excellent country for cross-country huntlng, and the members of the Green Sprlng Val lcy Club have found such excellent sport there ln the past that they are maklng this journey to Chestertown an annual custom. The Baltlmoreans will probably be joined at Chestcrtown by several Phlladelphlans and thc two partlcs wlll unito In Frlday's hunt. Ylxltlng lu Krcderlck-burg. Mlss AVUlard Josephine AVright was a recent guest of Mlss Marle Brown cn South Third Street. Mlss Brown ls now vislting Miss AVright ln thc home of her sister. Mrs. Thomaa S. Shepherd, in Frederlcksburg. Mectlnffs TbU AVeek. St. John's Circle of Klng's Daughters will meet on Monday afternoon, March 14, at half-after i o'clock at the rcsl? dence of Mrs. Frank D. Jobaon, 1504 Fark Avenue. Business of lmportance is to he transacted, and membcrs are a-ked to bc present. Tho regular meetlng of tho , Com? mon wealth Chapter ot tho Daughters of the American Revolution wlll be l-.cld at tho homo of Mrs. M. A. Thomas, .04 West Main Street. on Tuesday mornlng at noon. A full attendanco ls deslred. Itr.ccntUm for Mra. Grafflln. Mrs. Oliver A. Parker gavo one of tho most handsomcly arranged rocep tlons of tho season Wednesday after? noon at her home, 1000 North Charles Street, Baltlmore. Tho' guests wero asked to meet Mrs. AVilllam H. Graf? flln, who before her recent marriage was Mrs. Kimball, of Phlladelphla Tho hours were from 4 to 6 o'clock, p.nd durlng that tlmo several hundred pcrsons prominent ln spcloty called. Tho house was beautlfully'decorated wlth' cut flowers and greons. In tho drawlng room Golden Gate roses and Amerlcan Beauty roses wero used agalnst a background of palms and smilax. Annunclatlon UUes and Amer? ican Beauty rosea wero artlstlcally ar? ranged in the dining room, and tho rooms wero Ilghted wlth candelabra shaded ln correspondlng colors. Asslstlng Mrs. Parker in recelvlng the guests wero Mrs. Arthur C. Nee dlcs, of Roanoke; Mrs. Wllllam D. Ball, of Now A'ork; Mrs. Henry Clay. McComas, Mrs. Wllllam A, Dlxon, Mrs. \ . Cliver Parker McComas, Mrs. Ernest Roblne, Mrs. AVilllam Ai Marburg, Mlsses Amella, Anlta and Kathorlno Haek. Mlss Adelo Daly, MIsa Mabel Buckler and Miss Carrle McComas. Followlng tho reception thero waa a aupper for tho recelvlng' party. Mr. nnd Mr*. Pnjje nt Dlnner. Mr, and Mra. William Phelps Eno wero hosts at dlnner Thursday ove? nlng. Their guests wero tho Swedlsh Mlnlster and Mmo. do Lagercrant-, thu Naval Attacho of tho Aus'tro-Hunga rhin Embassy and Baroness Prouschen, Mr, and Mrs,-Herbort-AVadaworth, Mr. and Mrs. Nowberry. Mr, nnd Mrs. Cluts. Honry Butler, Dr, and Mrs. Fremont Smlt.h, Mr, and Mrs, -Thoinug. Nelson Puge, Mr, and Mrs. Hennon Jqnnlngs, Mra. Stanloy -Matthews, Mrs. Charles fB. AVood; of New York, tho houso guest of Mr, and Mrs. Eno; . Rcar-Admlral O'Nell aud Judge Magoou'. ; Woody?Sumncr. Tho nuirrlago of Mlss Jcnntc Loftln Sunincr to'Sumuel Bowdeti AVoody wlll tako placo to-morrow mornlng at ll o'clock ln tho homo of tho brldo, ll North Twenty-nlnlh Stroet, tho Rav, G. F. Groon, pastor of St. Jamoa Metho? dlst Church, oftlclatlng. Mlsa Mary Johnaon, of Thomnavillo. N., C, wlll prealde at tho plano and play tho weddlng marohes. Mlsa EUcn May Siimner, sister of tho h.rlde, wlll not us mald dC honor, and Orlo .lames wlll he iho grootn'a best man. Llttle Mlsaoa Ernestlno Lainbeth uud Lucy Blount jvrUI hold VU.?J_l_V_lilP-_-_Ja\}-?a*.--Ul..lVifile through whlch tho bridal Darty wlll pass. I After a wedding tour North, Mr. and Mrs. Woody wlll mako thelr homo ln this clty. Play at *Wc_tii-li-?ter .School. Tho pupils of Westminstor School presented "The Morchant of Venlce" ln the school parlors on Frlday night. Miss Marle Leahey, head bf tho olo cution department, coaclied the glrls, Miss Whceler,' of tho Engllsh depart? ment, played tho roll'of Shylock. The east was as follows: Duke of Venlce, Vlrglnla Lee Miller, Bon Air; Antonlo, Sarah Cole Taylor. Morganton, N. C; Bassanlo, Kato Hob. son Wllklns, South Boston; Gratlano, Allce Creath Angel, Rlchmond; Lorenzo. Esthor Loulso Kellogg. Glnter Park; Salarino, Margaret Grace Nottlngham. Cape Charles; Salanlo, Chrlstlno von N. Rosenegk, Richpiond; Salorio, Edlth Bratton, Hot ?nrln?rs: Shylock, Char? lotto Kellogg Wheelor. Poughkeoosle. N. Y.; Tubal, Helen McLean Downtaln, Charlestown, W. Va,; Launcelot Gobbo, Helen M Downtain; Old Gobbo. Mar guorlto Eleanor Ward, Tazewell; Bal thasar, Mary Cole, Rlchmond; Portla, Helen Leah Whitlock, Tllchmond: No rissa, Natallo Friend McFaden, Rlch? mond; Jesslca, Mary Tatum Friend, ("hester. -__MH IntereMdng Aiioouncement. An ongagement of much Vlrglnla in? terest just announced is that of Miss Louise Dulin Goldsborough. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Brico Worthlngton Golds? borough, of Cambridgc, Md., to Burr Powell Harrison, son of tho late Powell Harrison and Mrs. Harrison, of Lees burg, Va. Miss Goldsborough's fathor ls presi? dent of tho Medical and Chlrurglcal Faculty of Maryland and chief of staK of tho Maryland Hospital, at Cam? bridgc. Through him she Is descended from Robert Goldsborough, member of tho Flrst Contlnontal Congress and llrst Unlted States Sonator from the Eastern Shoro of Maryland. On the matornal slde aho ls a llneal descendant, of Gov? ernor Henry, of Maryland. Mr. Harrlson's famlly ls an cnuall.v dlstinguished ono in tho. hlstorical an nals of tho Old Dominion from the earllost times. His moro remote an-' cestor, Burr Harrison, was a member of tho First Virginia Houso of Bur gesses, whlle hls grandfathor, tho late Burr Harrison, and hls fathor were among tho leadlng mon of tholr day ln thelr State. For tho past two years Mr. Harrison has boen ongaged under Colonol Cralghlll upon engineering work ln connoction with the Imorove ment of tho Baltimore harbor ajid other deeper waterways ln Maryland. The wedding wlll tako placo Aprll 21; at the home of Dr. ap<l Mrs. Goldsborough, In Cambrldge. Vesper Service. ! Miss Constanco MacCorkle, tho gen? eral secretary, wlll speak at the vesper scrvlces at tho Young Women's Chrls? tlan ' Assoclation, 709 East Franklln Stroet. at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon,, Miss Patty Isaacs wlll slng. Tho wo? men of thls clty aro most cordlally lu* vlted. ' ln nnd Out of Town. Mrs. Isaac Read and her daughter, Misa Sus'leRead, of Brooklyn. N. Y? aro spendlng a iponth at tho Chester fleld InUhls clty. Congrej-sman Rlchmond Pearson Hob son, of Alabama, haa taken a cottage at Vlrglnla Beach for. tho summer. Miss Minnle Wroten, of Frederlcks? burg, was among tho out-of-town guests at- tho Paschal-AVord wedding hero last Thursday. Miss Lora Crump Is tho guest of Miss Phoebo Huntor at her homo ln JVIont clare, Pa., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. Warrlngton Wlsa wlll return to tho clty Aprll 1. after spendlng some tlme ln Florlda. Mrs. Charles M. Donnally and. Miss Helen Winston have returned to thelr homo In Louisa county. aftor a vlslt of a few days to frlends here. George C. Jefferson. of thls clty. left yosterday, for a slx-weoks' tour .of Toxas. Nash Reld, of Rlchmond, ? is soond Ing a few weeka ln Norfolk. Fredcrick Scott Campbell Is the guest of Wllliam Garth for several days at tho Unlverslty of Vlrglnia. Mrs. Emma Tylor, ' of this clty. is' visitlng her mother, Mrs. B. IT. Trlce, at her home in Louisa county. Mrs. Bevorly Pettit. of Fluvanna county. who has been spendlng some timo In Rlchmond wlth her husband. Dr. Pettit. left Frlday for her home. Mrs. Stuart Mlehaux ls the guest ot her slsteu. Mrs. Thoodoro Hough. at tho Unlverslty of Vlrglnla. Luclen and Russell Car.r, who havo boen spondlng a few days In Baltl moro. havo returned tb the Unlverslty of Vlrglnla. Druggists say that GOWANS King of Extcrnal Prcparations, will do all that is claimed for it., It is absolutely certain that if our claims were not well founded the popularity of the wonderful femedy would not increase in thc astounding proportion that it does. From everywherc come most encouraging Ict tcrs; sales are multiplying and while your money will bc refunded checr fully if our Prcparation fails to do what wc claim for it, it, is a singular thing that instead' of wanting their money back, patrons want moro of thc great Extcrnal Preparation. Ask for it and btiy TO-DAY. Have it in thc homc. Winter weather ison you, and you do not know what will happen to-night. Take no substitutc; your druggi.t keeps it, and there ia nothing made "just as good,'! Demand Gowan/s?use Gowan's, antl you Avill get results, Threo SUes: $1.00, SOc, 2Sc. ?-?_-?! ? ?ll-WIJ-1?I_4_-IU-l Have recommended Cowan's Prepara? tion for Sore Throat, Congcstcd Lunss, Stlff necks, Spralns. and any Soreness or Inflammatory - condltlon, and have neve been dleappomt-d In results. A. TORRENCE & CO..'Dr-?.isc.. Pittsburg, Pa.