GOOD BREAD FOR BREAKFAST
Makes Delicious Bread, Biscuits and Rolls
INSIST ON DUNLOP
Made in Richmond-Sold on four Continents
THE DUNLOP MILLS, RICHMOND, VA.
Former Belle of Virginia
MRS. JAMES JBROW-V POTTER,
Formerly Misa Mnr Hnntly, of -llchmond, from her moat recent photoprraph.
(Contlnued From Second Page.)_
evening, Aprll 9. On thls occaslor
Mlss Mlnor wlll be asslated by tho V
P. I. Glee Club. whlch ls composed ol
selected volces, and rccelves lts meat.
of pralso wherever lt ls heard. Mls.
Minor's popularlty as a muslclan
backed by a long list of well-knowr
patrons. wlll make thls concert on?
of the leadlnrr social as well as musl?
cal events of the season,
Mrs. Gill'n Excurslon.
Mrs. GIU wlll glve her annual excur
slon to Washlngton on Easter Monday.
leavlng Richmond at D in the morning
and returnlng on Wednesday evening
at 6 o'clock. Theso excurslons are al?
ways dellghtful social events, and any
number of attractlve partles havo al
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DESTROYED IN 3 MINUTES
1 Will Send Free to Any Lady the Secret
Which Cnred Me. My Friend
Aftor curlng myself of a httmtllating
growth of hair on my faco and arms,
whlch had dlstressed mo since chlld
hootl, I recornmendj>d the samo means
to another friend, who, like'jmyself,* had
tried .all the .depllatorles, powders, 11
quids, creams and othor rub-on nropa
ratlons-wo had over heard of, only to
mako lt worse.
Thls slmple remedy, a harmless, sol
ublo. llquld, enabled mo pornianontly
to flnd entire, rolie.C from all traco of
unwelcomo hair, and forover onded my
embarrassment. It suceeeded where
all else falled, after I had spent much
money on varlous things, and even
had suffered the olectrlc needle for
. weeks without being rld of my
i It was just as ouccessful wlth my
Ifrlend. Hor, plcture ls printed above.
T Tho meane wo used ls* almplo, ,aafe,
Wure, and can bo used nrlvately at
/home, without fear; of pain or blem
tlah, and imakos the oleotrlo needlo ep
ftiroly unneceasary. *
? I wlll teli .in detall full partlculars,
jlo enable any othor sufCerer to aohlovo
the same happy results ^hat wo dld.
t/M I ask ls a 2c ntamp for reply. Ad
Sresa Carollne Osgood, ' 13 R. A.,
aughan Bldg., Provldence, R. I,
ready hecn arranged.
At the V. W. C. A,
Mlss Anna D. Casler, dlstriot secre?
tary of the Young Women's Chrlstlan
Assoclation for ihe Vlrglnla and Caro?
lina territory, wlll be ln the clty for
the week end. Thls afternoon at 6:30
at the Y. W. C. A., 703 East Franklln
Street, Mlss Casler wlll glve a most ln
terestlng talk and Mrs. Clarence Cadot
wlll slng. To-morrow evening the
VIolet Club wlll render "The Old-Tlme
Darky," and Mrs. Graham wlll be very
entertalnlng ln Uncle Remus, and Mlss
MacCorkle wlll glve .several selec?
tion*. ln .darky dlalect.
On Thursday evening at 8:15 Dr. J.
C. Metcalf will lecture.
A very delightful affair wlll be a tea
glven on March 29 from 8:30 to 11 P,
M. at tho resldence of Dr. B. A.
Hord, cornor Twenty-thlrd and Broad
Streets. Recelvln'g the guesta wlli be:
Dr. and Mrs. Hord, Mr. and Mrs. Oa
car Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Slmpson,
Mrs. B. H. Hord, Mrs. Durvln, Mrs.
Shomo, Mrs. Barber, Mr. Rose, Mr. and
Mrs. Billups and Oscar Hord. Decor
atlons will be ln yellow jonqulls.
The pupils of Miss Martha C. Spence
gave a very charming recltal at her
home, 1S12 Hanover Avenue,- on last
Tuesday evening. Aftor the recltal
Mlss Spence entertained the members
of her class.
The followlng program was ren
Duet: "Witches' Flight" (Russell)?
Misses Shepherd and Spencer.
Intermozzo: "Medltatlon" (Morrls
son)?Miss Margaret Goodman.
Polka: "Llttle Fairy" (Streabogg)
Mlas Holon Perdue,
Rodowa: "Sea Shell" (Bellak)?
Waltz: "Summer Dreams" (Wood)
Miss Lroulse Stnnfleld.
March: "Cinderolla" (Engelman)-.
Mlss Jane Eubank.
Mazurka: "La Czarine" (Ganne)?.
Misa Clarlca Henning.
Roverie: "At Sundown" (Wilson)?
MI -_ Xiouiso Shepherd,
Waltz;. "Orvetta- (Spencer)?Misa
Molodie: "Morning Prayer" (Stroa
bogg)?-Jlias tiOUiae Struifield.
' Lea ArpegeB: "Grand Etudo" (Ma
yer)?Mlas Martha Spencer. .
lu nud Out of Town,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Culllnsworth and
tholr nleco, MIsr Elllson. aro spendlng
some tlme ln' Florlda.
WlllUam. S, Bronson has recently
moved lile famlly from Washlnsrton
,and.taken nn apartment ln the Fnller
Flats, 411 -VHen Avenue, Richmond.
Mra. J, B. Lttcy, of Grove Avenue.
loft ThurHduy for Washlngton,. later
going to Baltimore,'wherVahe attend?
ed tho RlchardBon-Munford woddlng
a?, s_._urda.v. sha wlll be abaent from.,
the clty about a wook,
Mlss Katherlno Custls Watklns, who
haa hcon Iho guost of frlends ln ftall
fax county, wlll return to tho clty on
Mrs. _?, M. naniBdell imu returned to
her home, 60!) Allen Avenue, after a
vislt to relativoii In Chlcago.
Mr*. Preston Wllkcs, who has been
spendlng a week wli-i, her unele, H. T.
Adklns, on tho Hnrmltago Road, haa
rcturned to Norfolk.
Henator and Mrs. F. W. Slms havo
returned to thelr home In Jx>ulsa
I-rcd Oresham Pollard ls the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jcffress at
Mr. and Mrs. Cllfford Randolph Ca
perton havo returned to thelr home,
206 Howltzer Place. after a vislt to
New York Clty.
Mrs. A. . XV. Ovcrton, who aeeom-!
pariled her sister, Mlss Xloita. Harrls,
; of Loulsa, to the Virginia Hospltal
last Monda.y, left P'rlday nlght for
' Frankfort, Ky.
Mlss Helen Montague and Mrs. Ben
Palmer have gone to Pinehurst, N. C?
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe B. Glover wlll
leavo to-morrow for Atlanta, Ga,,
where they expect to spend .some
Mrs. Edgnr Pulllam and chlldren,
Krnest nnd Virginia, are vlslting Mr*.
Pulliam'a mother, Mr*. E. S. Marks, In
Mlss Armlnta Cottrell, of Homo
Place, who has been <juite slck for two
weeks, ls much Improved.
.Mlss Katherlno Hagan, who was op
erated on some tlme ago at St. Lukc's
Hospltal, ls very much Improved.
Miss Marle R. Reld, of Norfolk, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam
Marshall ln thls clty.
Mrs. Thotno-s Brander is spendlng
somo tlme at the Waldorf-Astorla ln
New York Clty. Mlss Ellzabeth Bran?
der has rcturned to Richmond.
Mrs. Bryan, of Hagerstown, Md.. wlll
arrlve ln a few days to be the guest
of Mr... Wllllamson Talloy on Monu?
Mrs. XV. C. Nowman, of Farmville,
Va., who has been at St. Luke's Hos?
pital for treatment for some tlme, has
returned to her home.
Meredlth Montague. of New York,
spont a fow days hero recently wlth
hls parents, who are spendlng several
months ln the clty.
Mlss Rose Caperton, of Union, W.
Va_, who has been at the Jefferson Ho?
tel. is now the guest of Mrs. Llttleton
Fitzgerald on Park Avenue.
Mrs. M. Xj. Taylor. who has been
visitlng Dr. and Mrs. R. XV Thomp?
son, 1614 Hanover Avenue, has re?
turned to her home ln Roanoke.
Big Stone Gap Social News.
ISpeclaS to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Iii* Ston? Gap. Va., March IS.?Mrs. Mar
vln K. Kelly Is vialtlng relatives ln Gr.ens
Dr. J. A. GHmer, wlfe and baby, spent a
few days of tho past week vlslling relatives
Miss Maralc Goodloe after a vislt of sev?
eral weeks to her sister, Mrs. XV. 5.
Mathews. returned to her. home at "Wllllam?
son. W. Va., Monday mornlng:.
Mrs. S. TV. Wax, who has been serlously
Ul wlth pneumonla, contlnues to invprove,
Mlss Cora Kader has returned home. aft.r
an extended vislt to relatives In Blueflold
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Irvlne rcturned Satur?
day night from Richmond. Mrs. Irvlne's
sister. Mlss Margarct Noltlng, accompanlcd
Mlss Clara Owens has g-ono to Huntlngton.
W. Va.. on a vislt to her slsler.
Tho annual meetlng ot tho Mountaln Golf
Club was held Saturday afternoon. Tho
followlng offlcers were elected for the cn
sulng year: John Fox, Jr.. presldent; J. F.
Bullltt, vloc-presldent; J. G. Nesblt. secre?
tary and treasurer. Th? club Is ln a flour
lshing condltlon and has a momborshlp of
Altavista Social News.
[Special to Th*TImos-DIspateh.}
Altavista. Va., March 19_Mrs. W. W.
Akers entertalned the Brldge Whlst club
thls week In honor of Mrs. T. S. JCeely. The
club was In full attondance, and a most
pleasant evenlng wns spent.
Mrs. Flora McDavtd charmlngly enter?
talned the Wednesday Evenlng Whist Club
thls week at the Comnionwealth. Sho was
asslsted by her mother. Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Louls,* McGUl, who was called to her
home ln Versallles, Ky.. by the death of
her father, has retumed to Altavlsta.
Miss Page Haneock ls a guest at her par?
ents" homo ln Union, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lano entertalned at
dlnner Sunday John K. Lane. of Charlottes?
vllle; W. B. Ellwood, E. B. Harrls and Al
bert McCutchin, of Altavlsta.
Mrs. Earl Seay, of Lynchburg. was a
guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Akers, sov
In Abundance for the Corning Week
With the dawn of the spring season comes the interest
of our trade in beautiful headgear. Each wants a creation
that will blend with her Easter Gown.
We have them in all styles, shapes and colorings.
Give us your sample, we do the rest?and Easter finds
you with the best in style and quality that money can buy.
And the name of Reinach inside makes it an assured
fact that your hat is correct in every particular.
Come early so that your hat will not be the last
turne4 out on Saturday night.
Special Attention is Called to
Our New Department
of Hair Goods .
Hairs, Ornarnents, Combs, Brushes,
Alcohol Lamps, for traveling pur
poses. Sempre Giovriie, Rouge
face and talcum powders, and fiist
class artists for hair dressing. Mani
cure, Shampoo and Massage.
Giye this departmeot a call. A
first-class hair dress in any style
given free with each switch sold.
eral days thls v.-eek.
Mlss Anna Elmo, of Baltimore, Is her.
tor a few weeks' atay.
Mrs. S. T. Ncely and daughter loft the
flrst of the week for Church Hlll, Tonn.,
wh .re they wlll remaln for several month-.
H. L. Lane la vlsltlng- ln Clnclnnatl.
Mrs. B. B. Moon. of Chathdm, and Mrs.
XV. S. Wood. of Roanoke. were guests ol
frlends hero one day thls weck. .
Wytheville Social News.
[Special to Tho Tlmcs-DiBpatch.]
Wytheville, Va.. March IS.?Rev. and
Mrs. John Leo Allison left Thursday fot
Montgomery, Ala., where they wlll spend
several weckB before Dr. Allison goes to
liis new chargo in Johnson Clty, Tenn.
Mrs. A. A. Campbell and Fitzgerald
dampboll aro at homo after a vlslt to Bal?
Misses Cynthla McG-avock and Jennlo
IC_.it. of Max Meadows, a:e guests at
Mra. J. R- Preston and llttle son. Stuart,
iro spendlng a few daya ln Washlngton,
Mrs. Hcrman Hcuser la vislting frlends
n Spartansburg, S. C.
Mayor G. Woodvlllo Smlth wlll return to
Lynchburg ln a few days vory much lm
aroved In health slnco his stay here.
Mlss Audry Kemper ls tho guest of Mrs.
VI. M. Caldwell ln Roanoke.
Misses Lllllan and Laura Mae Allison ar<
-isiting Mr. and Mrs. Waller Stanley ic
Mrs. Stephen Putney Ieaves Thursday foi
i vlslt to New York.
Stuart Campbell, of the Unlverslty o!
."irginla is spendlng a fow days wlth hli
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A_ A. Campboll.
Williamsburg Social News.
[Speclal to The Times-Dispatch.]
Williamsburg, Va., March 19.?Mlss
Lilla Charles spent several days ln
Norfolk thls week, as the guest of
Mrs. B. S. Joynes.
Edgar Holt, ot Rlchmond, returned
liome yesterday. after spendlng* several
Mlss Besslo Wynne Marston, of
Toano, has returned home from a vlslt
to relatives at Grove.
Mrs W. A. TL. Goodwln and son,
Rutherfoord. who havo been guests
of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.
left yesterday for thelr home tn Itoch
ester, N. Y.
Mrs. Kato Lamb, of Toano, ls the
guest of Mrs. J. L Mcrcer.
Mlss Ella Pitman ls the guest of
Mlss Howard, ln Lynchburg.
Mlss Mary Ware Galt. who Is at
college ln Staunton, will be home next
week to spend the Easter holidays.
Mrs. Dan Jones, of Newport News,
was a vlsltor hero several daya thls
Mrs. L. tv. jjane, jp., and llttle
Mlldred Lane; have returned from a
short vislt to relatives lrt Norfolk.
Miss Ellen Barnes has returned
home from a vislt to her couslns, the
Mlsses Barnes, ln Richmond..
Rov. E. Kt Odell left Thursday for
Norfolk. whero he vlsited friends.
Mlss O'Hearn. sister of the Wllllam
and Mary cofich, Ib hero to spend sev?
eral weeks wlth her brother.
Mrs. Van F. Garrott ana Mlss Char
lotto Garrett ware in Richmond Wed?
H. G. Spencer spent Thursday in
F. XV. Warner, formerly of Phlllp,
S. D., has nurehased tho placo on
James Rlver, known as "Port Arthur."
This was the property of tho late Ar?
thur Denmead, well known ln Baltl?
more and Richmond. He spent a great
deal of money on the place, but since
hls death lt haa been neglected. Tho
new owner ls a man of means. a
former momber of the s>outh Dakota
Leg-lslature, and It Is understood he
wlll restore the bulldlngs and beautify
the place. .
Concord Social News.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Concord. Va., March ID.?Thornhlll
Caldwell, a student of New London
Academy, spent last Saturday and
S?inday wlth hls parents.
Mlss Zclma Carson, a student of
Jeter Institute, Bedford Clty, spent
last Saturday and Sunday wifh her
Mlss Annle Steele left Tuesday far
Roanoke and Staunton, where she wlll
spend a week vlslting relatives.
W. XV. Carson, who ls now living
at Crewe, was home TueBday to vislt
hls home folks.
Tom Will Evans, llvlng near thls
place, ha3 been conflned to "his room
tho past few days from rheumatism.
Dr. XV. F. Flsher. travellng evan
irelist of the Baptlst Church, is home
now for a few days" stay wlth hls
Dr. E. D. Flsher. reglstered phar
maclst, who has been located in Rich?
mond for a long whlle, ls home now.
Mrs. W. F. Flsher was a wcek-end
Ijuest of relatives in Lynchburg.
Bowling Green Social News. j
Bowling Green, March 10.?Mra. Hugh
Scott, of Frederlcksburg. Va., ls apending
somo^.tlme with her parents, Mr; -and Mrs.
E. B. Colllns. .? ,...- .. - . .--.:..
XV. Moncure Gravatt, of Blackstone, '.Va..
spent a portlon of (hls week here wlth'hls
grandparcnts, Judge and Mrs. E. C. Mon?
Mlsses Carollne G. and Alico Broaddus
have retumed from a. vislt to relatives ln
Dr. Myers. of Amherst county. spont a
part of thls week vlslting friends hero.
Miss Fannie Chandler has returned to
Washington aftor a vislt to relatives here.
F. XV. Callahan, of Washington, is spend?
lng somo tlme with his sister, Mrs. A. B.
Mrs. E. C. Moncure and Mrs. T. B. Glll
are In Blackstone vlslting at the homo of
W. Moncure Gravatt.
Mrs. Joel Maines and son, ClilXord Halnes,
spent a part of thls week in Richmond,
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Buena Vista Social News.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Buena Vlsta, Va., March 19.?One of
the most brlliant recltals of the winter
season was glven ? at the Southern
Seminary on Monday evenlng by tho
pupils from the departments of music
and elocutlon. Tho prograra offered
was an excellent one, and the audlence
showed thelr appreciatlon of the^ ef?
forts of the young women by" llberal
applause. The' numbers deserving
special mentlon were the plano solo
of Mlss Swartz and the vocal selec
tlons of Mlsses Garce and Rublnette
Lee. The graduatlng recltals wlll .be
gln at the semlnary on next Monday
Next Sunday wlll be tho last Sun?
day before tho Baltimore annual con?
ference. and the members of the Meth
odlst Church are busy getting ready
to wlnd up tho affalrs of the confer?
ence year. Thls ls the closing ot Dr.
Harper'a second yoar.
Tho young men of the clty have ls?
sued Invltatlons for an Easter german
to bo given on the evening of Aprll 1.
R. B. Ernbree, o? Brlstol. spent sev?
eral days wlth hls parents thls week.
Mrs. Howard Trumbower left Tues?
day evening for Norrlstown, Pa.,
whero she wlll spend a couple of
Ur. Thompson, of Tazewell, wh'o has
been the guest of hls brotfter, T. E.
Thompson, returned to hls home Wed?
A. O. Burks and W. T. Faxton re?
turned from Richmond Sunday even?
Mr. and Mrs. E. ? X_ Embree are
spending several days In New York
Mlss Nora Sanford. oE Colllerstown,
Is the guest of Mrs. \?. T. Paxton.
Rev. E. H. Rowe ls spendlng several
days ln . Bowling Groen.
T. L. Mllls spent Sunday ln Lynch?
Mlss Mlrlam Umholtz and J. C Tay-.
lor spent the week-end wlth Mlss
Anne Smlth, In Glasgow.
Gladstone Social News.
[Speclal to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.]
Gladstone, Va., March 19.?Misses
Ida and Neal Jones, of Appomattox,
_re guests of Mrs. J. O. Wallace.
A. A. Harrla_>left thls woek on a
Lrlp to Roanoke.
Mlss Addle Candler, of Lynchburg,
s spendlng some tlme wlth her sls
*er, Mrs. G. E. Ross, at Hotel Glad?
Misses Edna Berry and Marte Lacy
nado a vlslt to Lynchburg thls woek.
Mlss Mamle Wallace is vlsltlng her
lunt, Mrs. L. G. Rapp, ln Lynchburg.
James A. Walker, of Buffalo, Va.,
s a guest of hls daughter, Mrs. J. O.'j
Consolidation Announcement of lmportance
W. A. Hammond, Florist and Miniborya Farm Flower Shop
220,000 Square Feet of Glass. Largest Plant South of Philadelphia.
The Public is always ready to accept an announcement which means a benefit.
The old established firm of W. A. Hammond, Florist, has for many years enjoy ed a rep
utation which was built upon a solid basis, the public has shown its appreciotion by their con
stant and liberal patronage. The Miniborya Farm Flower Shop, was established a few years
ago and has for obvious reasons been a success.
There was a demand for a large and even more complete establishment of this nature,
which resulted in the above combination. The new firm will be known as.
THE HAMMOND CO^Jnc.
and will be located at the present location of W..A. Hammond, 109 E. Broad St.
. The new company dqsires to call the attention of their old customers and at the same
time bespeak the patronage of the public generally.
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