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EXCLUSIVE EASTER MILLINERY-Second Floor Annex
. ' ? I.. ??__?- n r The woman who pays $5.00 for a Hat wants just as much style and distinction to it as the woman who pays $50.00. In other words, she aims for exclusiveness, and that is what we aim to provide at every price. Our Pansian and American Pattern Hats may be termed editions de luxe. The charm of trimming ideas and the ingenu ous shapes beggar description. Each Hat is a work of att, fresh from the salons of Paris and foremost designers of New York. Prices range from $12.50 upwards. Charming Easter SuitS, $18.75, $23.75, $27.75 Buy Your Easter Gloves Here Four Hundred of them will be placed on sale to-morrow at J. B. Mosby & Co/s and we predict it will be one of the most exceptional suit sales ever held in this city. Oand Valu "??:\ t'te $18.75, $23.75 aimd $27.75 Fifteen of this Spring's Most Effective and Authentic Models Included This sale will demonstrate J. B. Mosby & Co.'s splendid usefulncss to the women of Richmond, in providing exceptional values at a tinte when they are most wanted, and it will further prove that your Easter clothes wants can be supplied to the very best adyantage in this store. The magnificent Suits included in this unusual collection are made of every desirable fabric suitable for this spring's wear; French serges, imported worsteds, hard finish materials, and all sorts of novelty fabrics. Every New and Wanted Shading, Including Rose, Tan, Orchid, Green, Light or Dark Gray, Eiectric, Mustard and also the Dressy Blacks. The fashionably correct coats in all thc proper lengths, lined with soft satin and peau de cgyne, in cut-away, straight front and pointe d effects. While many of these Suits are plain tailored, others are artistically trimmed with tailored straps, braids, fancy pockets and novelty buttons. Skirts in the latest styles. These clever Suits are the products of three of the foremost American makers. We recommend them to our patrons, and unhesitatingly say that they are the best Suit values you'll experience this season. $27.50, $30.00, $32.50 and $35.00 Suits Go in This Sale at the Low Ptices of $18.75, $23.75and$27.75 EASTER WEEK SPECIALS KvenlnK Dresses?Stylish Dresses made of chiffon over silk; cut low neck and short sleovos; trlmmed wlth crystal trlmmlng. In black, whlte, corn, lavemler and light blue; .45.00 value. $36.75 Silk Dresucs?Stylish Dresses made of chiffon taf? feta; yoko of net, hralded; finlshed wlth pln tucks and large tucks to go over shoulder; skirt marle wlth yoko and .slde plalts at bottom; $17.50 values; special. ?? $9.98 Guaranteed Silk Petticonti.?Made ot heavy rustllng taffeta silk. ln plain and changeable effects, deep sectional flounce wlth underluy ot percallne, ln all shades, includlng black. This Pctticoat is .*? - _ guaranteed for sJx 'C'% 9lf 1 months; $7.50 values. _'*',uw Silk Waists ? Women's Waists made of plain and checked taffeta silk; tucked front and back; open back; color", navy, oadot, black anct black und whlte. and blue and whlte chock; $4.00 value:..'. $2.98 Silk WalHts?Mado of Swlss Mes saltnc, fancy braided yoke, finlsh? ed wlth flno tucks, and covered buttons; colors, orchid, gray, navy, whlte and brown; $8.00 value .... $6.50 CoiWn?Tailored Coats, made of tlno serge, seml-lltted, f,0-inch length; $22.50 value. Auto Contx, 50 inches lotfg, mado of pongee, natural shade; black satln collar and cuffs and plping of black satln; $30.00 valuo ..'. $17.50 $23.75 Women's $6.50 Skirts, $4,98 Elegant Volle and Chiffon Panama .Skirts, In tho nobblost panel plaited, klltcd and other new stylos, plain or trlmmed. Colors black and navy. Actual $6.50 values. $4.98 GLOVES?It is held that long Gloves wlil havo a fair demand during the late spring and summer. Interest may develop in colors. Demand will continue for 16 and 20 button length white Gloves. Light tints strong in Paris. Short lengths for early spring? Long Gloves for late oprlng and summer. 2-clasp Kid Gloves ln all th? new spring shades. Tan modo. poarl. brown, gray, whlte and black. Well marle. ntted and guaranteed at the counter, $1.00. 2-clnsp Kid Gloves, cholce ana selected sklns, fully guaranteed, Champagne, mode, gray, tan, black, whlte, blaclc wlth whlto stltch, m.r.o.. All the new shades of eoru and gold, very stylish. vory new, self ?t- iitltch, $i.7B and $2.00. _,.... f,nr,a fjioves, for servlco able wear, In all useful shades. Black and whlte fl.00 and $1.50. A New Walklng Glove for spring wear, tan Brarltz, very nobby, 91.no. Stylish Walklng Glovo, in hoavy clfatnolM: 1 largo pearl fcutton, washable, $1,00, 3-button dressy chamois, suede effect; washable, ln whlte and rntural, $1.00. Porrln's best quallty In Long Gloves; 8, 12, 16 and 20-button longths; black, whlte, Ian and evenlng shades. Kavjiors Silk Glovos, m flancy color*, tan, modo, gray, black and whlte, BOc, 7Bc and $1.00. Chamolsette, tho now washable Glove, every appearanc* of chamois, BOc. SIUJCTAI.? J'crrln'a 12-hutton gusrantceij First Quallty French Kid Gloves, all colors, $3.00 klnd, ?2.r,o pair. Elbow Length Rllk Gloves, ln all colors, -Mo and $1.00 pair. For evenlng wear, 16-button glace French Kid Gloves; color?, pink, llght blue, lavonder, mus? tard. gold and white, $3.50 pair. Umbrellas Specials ln new Parasols, all silk, heavj taffeta.., Imported handles to match all colors, $2.48. ..?..Bcautlful assortment of Perslan and two-tone effects, $3.00 to $18.50. Specials In Umbrellas. 2_-lnch. all colors, $2.43. Plain and fancv handles. $2.08 to $B.OO. $10.00 Stcrllng Sllvcr Ilandlc Umbrollas to sell for 15.08. Veilings New Velltngs, all slze hectagon meshes. new dots and lace effects; in black, black and whlte, and all colors, 25c to $2.00. Neckwear Exclusive Neckwear, real baby Irlsh and hand embroidered, Kraceful and dalnty effects, In jabots, turn-over and etock collars to match. Hand Mado Jabots. real Irish and cluny trlmmed, 50c and 50c. ReKular 50c values ln LacG Stock and Jabots at 25o. Turnover Collars, laco and embroidery combination-', 25c, BOc, 50c. $1.50 and $2.00 laco yokes, special OSc. Ladies* Handkerchiefs Now Madclra Embroidered Handkerchiefs, all llnen, several dalnty deslgns, lu 2-3c. 25c All-Llnon Dlmlty, colored borders and colored Inltlals, 10 2-3c. lfi 2-3c Sharnrock and embroidered Inltlals, special 10c. 16.3-30 All Llnen. hand-embroldpred Inltlals, 12 l-2c. All-Lincn and Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs, dalnty de? signs, 25c. OC Special Wash Goods Bargains 2nd Floor $1.00 Bordered Gingliams, 46 inches wide, b.-te,_gxeen, and lavcnder; spe? cial, 50c yard: 20c Linen Finish Emcrald Cloth, 27 inches wide, all colors, 15c yard. 162-3C Linen Finish Suiting, 36 inches wide, black and all colors; spe? cial, 12 i-2c yard. 25c Cotton Suiting, 32 inches wide, black and all colors; special, 15c yard. 250.Cotton Diagonal, 27 inches wide, all colors; special, 15c yard. 25c Poplin, 27 inches wide, black and all colors: special, 17c yard. $2.00 Impotcrd W.elts, 32 inches wide, thc latest material for coats and suits; special, $1.25 yard. 35c Brown Linen, rough we'ave, vcry stylish for suits; special, 25c yard. 50c Rough Linen, 36 inches wide, black and whlte and blue and white pepper and salt patterns; special, 35c yard. ' 75c White Linen, 36 inches wide; just the material for separate skirts; special, 59c yard. New arrival in Imported Black and White Dotted Swiss, 32 inches wide; special at 60c and 75c yard. 40c Changeable and Dotted Silk Mulls, 27 inches wide, all colors; spe? cial, 29c yard. 75c Aero Cloth, 27 inches wide, black and all-colors, new weave; ?spe? cial, 59c yard. 25c Scotch Ginghams, 31 inches w_det all styles; special, 17c yard. 35c Imported Scotch Ginghams, 31 inches wide, in every iinaginable style; special,'25c yard. Ask to see our line of Imported Ginghams at 39c, 5?c and 75c; they are beauties. All the latest designs in Colored Madras for men's shirts, from 15c to 50c yard. $1.50 Bordered Vo.les, 45 inches wide, new designs, no two patterns alike, 8 yards to piecc; special, $1.25 yard. New arrival in Galatea, in light and dark grounds, with stripes and figures, also solid, at 16 2-3C yard. Special Easter Values?Silks and Dress Goods 49c Yard Wide Mesaalines, at $1.00 Posltlvely tho greatest Messalino value In tho 4,.. *.*. clty; flne, close weave, and exqulsite hlgn lustre \\ Illl batln flnlsh, 3C inches wide, new colors.,. *p*.VW Nice Black Taffeta, at 49c. A'puro dye Taffeta, ln excellent loom flnlsh: just tho kind for drop skirts and llno llnlngs; 18 Inches; 6_c value, speclal.,..,....-....?. Exclusive Foulards Tho gonuino showerproof, ln that exqulslte hlgh lustre satln flnlsh. All the dots and standard pattorns, and q*. also about fifty styles whlch can't be found any where XSp clse ln thls clty, 24 inches wide, showerproof. w\? Rough Shantungs . All the new colors, In th? stylish Rublayat, for *.*. coats, coat suits and fancy dresses, 27 Inches; worth Stl|* 75o, spoclal . *F?/v Colored Shantu tigs In medium welght rough effects, and In the crisp, hlgh lustro finish. Thls is an Ideal silk for two 4*1 AA and three-plooe suits and fancy dresses, 27 Inches, \ I Illl all colors. at..' ?J.*?VV Crinkle Crepes Thoso who have seen thls beautiful Silk Crepe pro- ?^ nounco it tho dresslost and most attractive fabrlc ever S-4p offored at a popular prlco. 25 cholco shades, at. w.l At $1.50?More than ioo styles and weaves in everything that's new and nobby; Scotch mixtures, English mixtures, narrow stripes, medium stripes, broken plaids, hard-finish tailor suitings, hop sackings, sharkskins, tweeds, diagonals and imported novelty worsteds, in all the soft colors and color mixtures, 44 to 54 inches wide. At $1.50?Choice line of fine hard-finish serges, plain stripes, novelty stripes and plaids, cheviots, mo hairs and cecilians, mohairs and broadcloths, 44 to 54 inches. At $1.00?Fine hard-finish serges, fine novelties, in plain,and fancy stripes; plain mohairs and cecilians, all-wool cheviots and many exclusive novelties; 48 and 50 inches wide. At 59c.?Fine wool serges for, outing and outing suits and seaside suits; fine, close weave and hard finish, 38 inches wide. ' Shepherd Checks In great demand just now, in the small and medium size check. We have a choice line in black and white and blue and white, at 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. South Boston Social News. [Spoclal to Tho TimoB-Dlap'atch.j South Uoston, Va., March 13.?An np prouchlng marrlago of Interest to South Boston Eoclot.f is thnt of Mlas Helone Hat? tle, of Rocky -Mount. N. C? to Andrew Broadus .'Wllllnghain, formerly of thls place, hut latcly of Itlchmond. The wed? ding wlll take placo on thc evening of March ... at tho Church or tlu- Qood Hhep h.-id. I'.ocky Mount, N. C. Thp Urldo is thu daughter of Mrs. Doasoy Battle; and is tvc-II Known horo, having vislted Southj| Boston <m nuincrouB oceaslons. An atttrnoon party .or unusual lutorest| and pleasuro' was enjoyed b> t.venty-Iuur i frlends or Mrs. .lames Glenn. .Ir., at her homo on upper Main Streot Thursday. The ; beauty or lhc occasion wus ftugmentod hy ihe prc-s-nr. or fresh, fragrum and ex- | (lUieite blosaomK ol cut flowcrs and sweet l _-tralna of muslc. The Chlet gorn,. or thn! oft. rnon was "Hearts," und much' enthus- ? '"iaarn and Interest was tnanlfostod, a_ a! gold bell pin had been olfcicd by the hos? tess ror tho successful conlcstant, whlch fina-lly ended tn a tie between Mrs. .lohn .' "Watklns. ot thls place. and Mrs. John Prlcc, 1 of Houston. Mrs. T*rlce7* however, was Vrl ?umphaut, aud boro away ihe trcosure, Mrs. John Walk-r. of Lynchburg, ls ?pendlng somo Uine with her parents, Mr. ' -tnd Mra. Joseph Hl-bblna. ut Ihls place. II. I_. Kdmunda und T, l'\ l'ry, ot this place, who have been Bouth lor ihe past two months, havo returned home. Itcv. Mr. Mcl-eoao, of Chatham. has been conduotlng spoclal scrvlces, both utlornoou ' ?n cl evening, at tha l'resbylorlan Churoh riurlng tho past week. He was u?-d?i,i-d by the p-tstor, Rev. C. XV. Maxwell. Misa Kmily Watklna, ot ClarkBVllle, la ? th. crti_>at of Mra. H. W- l.nwson. ays ago after a vislt to hls parents here. Mrs. W. XV. Wllkinson, who has been vls tlnjy her parents, Mr. and Mi'B. It. A. East, or tho past several weeks, has rcturned u hei' homo at LaCrbaso. Weldon Social News. [Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.l Weldon, N. C? March 19.?-Tho Wed tosday Book Club spent a most dn Iglitful afternoon wlth Mrs, J. L. 'hophord, tn South Weldon. Thc haltV, nirlors and dlniiig-rooin were olabo ?ately decorated ln ferns, carnatlons inii Khaded llghts. The hostess wns i_..sisted ln recelvlng the guosts by Mlss Klla .Shepherd, of Palmyra, Pa. SEEDS'. ln ?ny quantlty. hlghest quallty; prompt delivery. Our prlo? Xl?t glvlng complete Information, prlces, varletles, etc, free upon-request. Clover Seed, Graas Sec__? Mtllet Seed, Seed Qraln, Keeit Potntoea, Cne Seed, Oulon' Hftn, Etc., Rtc. Wrlte To-D?y. S. T. BEVERIDGE& CO., i j . i 1217 Kut Cnrjr Street, , lUchiuoud, Va. Most interestlnR papers wore ou tlio program?"Gllmpses Into tho Life aiul Works of Jamea Whltcomb Riley," by Mrs. Ida Wilkins; "tfneo Deep iu June," by Mrs. XV. 1_. Scott; "A Hoosier's Ttonunice," by Mra. O. XV. Plerce. Miss Annio Musgrrovo ronder od a beautlful piano selection, Ice croum ln tho form of Easter Ulles was served wlth other dalntles, and hand-palnted programs and carnutlona wore glven as favors. Mrs. AV. li. Danlel, Mra. A. S, Allen. Misa Shep? herd and Mlss Musgrovo wero guests of the club, Misa Ethel Jackson, oC Mlssisslppl, ls tho guest ot Miases Sualo and Nan nio Zolllcoffer. x Mrs. p. E. Lynn has returned to Weldon from a vislt to relatives at Colorado Sprlngs, Col., and is the guest of Major and Mrs. T. L. Emry, at Shadelahd, Mlss Louiso Rodwell, of Macon, la vlslting Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rodwell. Major tloorgo Colllnson Burgwyn, of Plttsburg. Pa., spont tho past few days hero with Colonel and Mrs. XV. XX. S. Burgwyn. 1 Mlss Pattlo Shaw ls spendlng the woek wlth relatives in Tarboro. Mlss Alina Robertson, of Emporla, has been spendlng the past week wlth relatives here. Suffolk Social News. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Suffolk, Va., March 10.?Mrs. John Klng was hostess ut an olaborate entortalnment Tuesday afternoon ln honor of Mrs. J. C. Colllns, of Macon, Om, and Mlss Pat Morgan, ot Shaw bon?, N, C. The parlor docoratlons woro ln green and whlto, ferns and vlnos, formlng a background for massos ot whlto flowers. Thoso of tho recelvlng party wero Mrs. Klng, in a robo ot gray satln antl laco; Mlss Zaldoo Crump, green silk wlth laco trlmmlngs; Mlss Pat Morgan, a robo of yellow chiffon; Mrs. Colllns, Wisteria cropo motoor; Mlss Mary George Ktott. laco robe, over taffeta; Mrs. James I,. McLemoro, black satln, Wlth gold trlmmlngs; Mrs. John B. Piniicr, a draped gown of pink crepa tnctcor. From u grape-wrcaiUed bowl In tho rear parlor, frult pttnch waa served by Mra. llorbert West, Mrs. Claudo J. Donnla ana Mlss Katharlno Brothora. Thc guoats numbored 150. Tho Drlvor Book tJHtb wasentor talned Tuesday by Mlss Tllllo Evoi'ott. A papor on St. Patrlck waa road by Miss Marla DoBaum, and "Shamrock" waa sung by Misa Reglna Willlam son. Each plato bore a Braall Irish flag. A St. Patrick's party waa glven Thursday cvontng at tho homo of Mra. W. Hatchor Eley, ln Ltndon Avonue. Mrs. Moses Joynes, of Franklln, Va., ls vlsltlng hor former homo ln Suf F ollowlng a vlslt to Mrs. Ilorbort West, Mrs. J. C. Colllns loft qyuirsday for hor homo in Macon, oa. ? Mlss Era. Jonos arrived home thls woek from a vlslt of* somo weeks to frlonds in Nowark and East Orango. N J 'Mrs. Leo Britt Is vlsltlng relatives ln Smituneld. Va. On Monday .aftornoon. tho Sans Souct Uterary.! Cirolo met wlth Mlss Mae Bailey and Mlss Nannlo . Blrd song. The club pri_o, a brass fernory. waa won by Mrs. n. I* Gasklns; tho gueat prlzo, by Mlss Ellzabotli Booleer, and tho consolatlon, a. ploturo, by Mlss Pat Morgan. ' . ??',, : .. Mlas Bruco VelUnos, of _slo of Wlght county, thls week was a guest ot Mrs. lt, 1,. Brewor, Jr? ln Woat Washlng? ton Streot, ? . Tho Suffolk Book Club had a oiioet intz Woanosa?y afternoon wlth Mra. Wllllam E. Hlnes. Thoro wlll bo a cotilllon at Armory Hall on tho Monday folowlng Easter. Abingdon Social News. [Spoclal to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.. Abingdon, Va? March 10.?Mr. and Mrs. Wydnham II. Whlto, of Brlstol, roturnod to tholr homo Monday aftor a few days' vls? it to tho famlly of Captain James t,. Whlto. Rufus McC. Jonos, of North Carollna, waa a visltor ln Abingdon thls wook. Mrs, C. F. Hurt loft Monday for Rome. Ga. Mrs. Shumato ls on a vislt to her old home In Martinsville. Mlss Hattlo Palmer has roturnod from a thrco months' stay In Now Mexlco. Mlss l-'annle P. Withers loft Tuesday for Tassewoll. Whllo thero sho wlll be tho guest of Mrs. P. a. Wright. Miss Cnrrio Imbodon returned Monday from a short vlslt to her slstor, Mra. Fred Sheon, of Brlstol. Preston XV. Campbell hns returned from Itlchmond. Mr. and Mrs. John McGavoclc aro vlsltlng rolatlvos in Wytho county thla woek. Mrs. Mittio Harris, of Brlstol, waa tho weok-end guest of Judgo and Mrs. It, M. Page, Mrs. L, O. Pnrkor, of West Vlrglnla, is vlsltlng hor slster. Mra. S. It. Proston. J, Trby Hurt has returned from a trlp to Tazowe'll. COFFEE! COFFEE! COFFEE!. JACKSON SQUARE ..?2; "THE BEST PRODUCED." Our guarantee with every pound. Double strength. Delicious flavor, lf, after a fair trial, you are not sattsfied in every way with this Celebrated Coffee your crocer will refund the price you paid. WHITE LABEL?"The Finest Grade"?35c per pound;'3-lb. can, $1.00. RED AND BLUE LABELS?"Standard Grades"?25c per pound, in H and 4-lb. cans. ~>?, This Coffee never in bulk?only in sealed tins. IMPORTERS' COFFEE CO., Ltd., New Orleans, La. "QtJALITY HOUSE."