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YourBaking Skill NO MATTER HOW GOOD A COOK YOU ARE Or how well you CAN bake bread, cako and pastrles, unless your flour ACTS RIGHT?every sack of it?you are bound to have bakinfi that disappoints you. Do away wlth all rlsk and unpleasantness by uslng DUNLOP FLOUR You can depend on DUNLOP ALWAYS BEING RIGHT. It is the best, the rellable, thc all-round family flour, mllled right from thc choicest wheat. INSIST ON DUNLOP Made in Richmond-Sold on four Continents THE DUNLOP MILLS, RICHMOND, VA. :-: S G C I E T Y :-: (Contlnued From Second Page.) and wlll be ono ot tbe most charming events of Easter weok. I.nKnK-ment Announced. Mrs. John Bowers, Jr., announccs the engagement and approachlng marrlage of her daughter, Martha Ann, to Elly aon Shlrley Roblnson, formerly of Rlchmond, but now a resldent of Au gusta, Ga. Tho wedding, whlch wlll bo celebrated very quiotly,- wlll take place about the mlddlc of April. Studlo Itecltal. On Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock ln Mlss Klflc Cofei.s studlo, 203 East Franltlln Street, two of her vocal puplls, Mlss Florenco "Wooa and Mlss Floy Kratz, gave a vory charming muslcal to a few of thelr frlends. Mlss Cofer also sang several numbers. ThOjStildlo was prettlly decorated In plnk llllcs and marguerltes. wlth a bowl of plnk flowcrs on the tea tablc. Colonlal Il?i.r? to Meet. Tho monthly meeting of the Colonlal Dames of America will be held at thc Woman's Club on Tuesday. Mareh 29, at .:_0 P. M. A full attendance is d- slred. Meeting* on Wednrndny. The Alumnae Assoclation of Mlss Vlrglnla Randolph Ellett's scbool wlll meet on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the school buildlng, 14 Xortli Laurcl Street. Evory former student of the school ls urged to be present. St. John's CIrcle of the Klng's Daughters wlll meet on Wednesday, March 30. at half-after 4 o'clock. In? stead of Monday afternoon. The meet? ing wlll be held In tho parlors of thc Shelterlpgs Arms Hospital, 1008 ICast Clay Street, so that the membera may see the room recently furnlshed by the circle. Annual Trlp to JameatoiTn. The committeo of arrangements for thc annual excurslon of the Assocla? tion for the Prc.ervatlon of Vlrglnla Supply Your Spring Needs for the Home at the Big Store Large; varied and complete stocks that af ford wide scbpe ln choosing await you, and in every line high quality has been made the first consideratlon, while prices have been held to a low level that makes buying here both pleasing and satisfactory. A Combination That Should Be in Every Home Each the Leader in Its Line. Sold Only at the Big Store The Hoosier It is economy to buy the best Re frigerator, The North Star The only Refrigerator insulated with cork. Seven different walls to keep the cold in and the heat out. Most economical in the use of ice. There's a size and style to meet every require ment. Just the one for you is here. V (IMtMIM.l-_l.ky Should Have a Place in Every Kitchen it is the best, the most complete and (quality considered) the chcapest Cabinet made. Used and praised by more than 300,000 housewives?and you will praise it, too, when you learn how greatly it can lessen your work._ In Buying a Gas Range Select The Direct Action if you. desire the- highest attainable degree of efficiency and economy-. Direct Action leads in sales because of its superiority. May we demonstratc its superiority to you? Bloch Go-Carts THE BEST MADE. All the new designs?prettier than ever before?and so economically priced. Folding Go-Carts, $1.25 Up Bloch Go-Carts Up to $35 SEE THEM. Mattings Linoleums Crex Rugs . MATTINGS, direct from Cbina and Japan, a myriad of beautiful designs. LINOLEUMS in a wide range of new patterns. CREX RUGS, in all sizea, moder ately priced. e-xSTHE BIG STORES ^MA__ToNI?TEMPLE J ?d Antiqulties to Jamestown?Mrs. P. J. White, Mrs. E- D. Hotchklss, . Mlss Betty Ellyson and Mlss Sally Ander? son?have found it expedlent to de clde on Saturday, May 14, as the date for going down tho rlvor thls year. Already many people ln Rlchmond are looklng forward to thls May outing and a vlslt to tho Island whero Amer? ican history had its beglnning.' At V. M. I. Among the young women attendlng the Easter hops at the Virginia Mili? tary Institute in Lexlngton, wlll be Mlss Marle Kolner and Mlss l_ucile Nelson, of thls clty, Tho hops wlll take place on Frlday and Saturday nlghts of thls week. Kxcuralon to Waahlngton. A most attractlve excursion to Washlngton wlll be conducted by Mr. and MrK. Georgo A. Barksdale Aprll 14 for the Summer Rest. The capital clty never looks more beautl? ful than In mldBprJng. and another feature of thc early Easter season wlll bc that lt wlll offer an opportunity for a'numbcr ?of thc leadlng Rlchmond women to attend tho annual conven? tlon of the American Woman's Na? tional Suffrage Assoclation, whlch meets at that tlme ln Washlngton. Kaa ten?Scb oaf. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Schaaf havo lssued lnvitations for thc marriage of thelr daughter, Louise Margaret. Arthur Henry Kasten, the wedding to bo cejebratcd at St. John's Evangellcal Church on Tuesday evening, Aprll 5, at half-after 7 o'clock. To Meet Wednenday ."tlornlng. The Confederate Memorlal Llterary Society will meet ln the Confederate Museum on Wednesday morning," March 30, at 11 o'clock. Members are asked to be present. Glieat of Mfaa Wlnno. Mlss Nora Corbltt, of Wilmlngton. N. C? who ha? been a Btudent at tho Qcorgotown Convent tor tho past ses? slon, wlll be the houiie guest ot Mlsa Elizaboth WIngo for tho Eastor holi? days at 004 Floyd Avonuo. In nnd Out of Town. Mra. Frank Clordon Roblns, ot Ha vana, Cuba, ts vlslting Mrs. William R. Roblns at the Shlrloy on South Thlrd Street, Mlss Myrtle Gwaltnoy, of Smlthfleld, Is the guest of Mrs, J. C. Page at hor home, 206 South Thlrd Street. Arthur Clnyton Webner, son of Dr. Webner, of Baltlmore, wlll spend sev? eral days durlng Easter week wlth Mrs. C. R. Morton ln tlits clty. Mrs. W. A. trtvlng, of nichmond, Ih vlslting her daughter, Mrs. L. t,. Pat? rlck, at her home ln Wlnston-Salom, N. C. Mlss Ellzabeth Kent Klng, who has beon ln South Carollna for the past month, has returned to Richmond. Mrs. G owan Dusenbury, of Con? cord, N. C, is vlslting Mrs... R. n. Norment at 1$18 Grove Avenue. Mrs. William Newton, who has been spendlng- some tlmo in tho clty as tho guest of Mrs. Wllllam Stanard, has returned to her home In Norfolk. Charles P. Stokes, formerly of thla city, now of Reading, Pa., ls visitlng his mother, Mrs. Charles Stokes, at tho Chesterfleld. Mrs. Gldeon Davenport, who has boen the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wayland, at her home near Crozet, Va., has returned to Richmond. Mlss Arabello Hayes Dudley, who Is at school ln Catonsvllle, Md., is spend? lng Easter wlth her gTandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Atkinson, 811 East Grace Street. Mrs. P. L. Conquest has returned to tho city, after a vislt of several months in Washington and Baltlmore. Mr and Mrs Frank B. Guest, of "Snowden," are visitlng Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Scott In Maryland. Miss Phyllls L. Taylor ls spendlng several days ln Washington as the guest of Mlss Jane Chrlstlan, former? ly of this clty. Misses Annle and Rachel Walker are at home. 926 Park Avenue, for the Easter holidays from Mount de Sales Academy, Catonsvllle, Md. J. Hasklns Hobson has returned to hls home ln Powhatan county, after spendlng a few days in Richmond on business. Mlss Mamle Peak, of Washington, wlll be the guest of Mlss Edytnc Wihlte, of Ashland. for thc Easter hol? idays. Salem Social News. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Salem, Va., March 26.?Rev. David Bush, pastor of the Methodlst Church, and Presldlng Elder Rev. J. R. An drew are ln Washington, D. C, at? tending thc annual sesslon of tho Bal? tlmore Conference. Mrs. W. F. Barnltz, of Chrlstians burg. Is visitlng her slster-in*law, Mrs. Thomas H. Cooperi at their home on East Maln Street. Mrs. S. M. Martln has returned home from tho Jefferson Hospltal, where she underwent an operatlon several weeks ago. Dr. Margaret Palnter, head physl 107 EAST BROAD STREET. OC _JO With the Easter rush over, we are now pre? pared to show an exquisite line of the very latest Parisian Ideas in Hats, Auto Headgear, Sailo/s and Children's Hats. Dame fashion has decided it must be an extreme. Either something chic in an extremely small hat or turban or something larger than has been shown for some time. Come see the newest in ? ?? Hats... **&9*imfm$&>m?&><*** A Word About Our Hair Department Like our Millinery Parlors, you will not find thelr equal in the South. Since Braids, Puffs and Turbans form such:a prominent part in a lady's dress, we want to remind our customers that while we have an extensive .line of these goods, we also make up combings into Braids or Puffs at the most reasonable prices. Electric Treatment, both face and head, 75c. An Elegant Faclal Massage by hand, wlth only the finest creatns used, 50c. We only use one Hair Tonic, because we know that to be the best on the market. This is used ln all head treatments. Per bottle, $1.00. Freeman's Face and Talcum Powder, 25c. Ask for sample of this powder, given free. Rouge, Sempre Giovine, Eyebrow Pencils, Manicure Scissors, Files, Orange Sticks, Large Size Hair Nets, also thc Silk Net with rubber for covering the entire head?in fact, everything found in an up-to-date Hair Dressing Parlor. A Beautiful Hair Dress GIVEN FREE with each Braid sold. Inspect this department. Look it overcarefully, cqmpare with many, and be convinced that this department is sanitary in every sense of the word. Small Ring Puffs from combings, 15c. Large Puffs from combings, 25c. Braids made from $1.00 up, owlng to. welght. Children's Hair Bobbed, 25c. Our Shampoo is a delight; price, 50c. Hair Dressing, 50c and 75c. Manicuring by competent artist, 50c. cian of the female department at the Southwestern. Hospital, at Marion, was at homo for several days' thls week. Mrs. Hoover, has returned to] her home in Harrlsonburg, after vlslting her mother, Mrs. C. C. Tompkins, at Monterey. IMr. and Mrs. S. H. McNitty, of Sa blne, and'thelr guests, Davld Wlnton and wlfe. and Mrs. Wlnton, of Mlnne apolls, Mlnn., made a delightful trip to Natural Bridgo thls, week in thelr automobile. From thero they went to Hot b'prlngs, Va. Mrs. C. M. Webber left a few days ago for an extended vislt to relatives in Washington. D. C Mrs Horaco Humphreys and two, chlldren are guests of relatives in Wllllamsbn, W. Va. F. H. Chalmers ls spendlng several days ln Washington, attending the Baltlmore Conference of the Methodlst Eplscopal Church, South. Mlss Ida Jennings, of Baltimore, isi vlslting her frlend, Mrs. Llda Knox Martln, ln Broad Street. Mrs. Archer Phlegar,- of Brlstol, spent tho week-end-as the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. C. Shanks, golng from here to Lynchburg. Mlss Bessie Am las 1ms roturned from a vislt of two months to relatives in New York Clty and Long Island. N. Y. Mrs. J. Harry Chapman ls spendlng several weeks as the guest of her sis? ter in Washington, D. C. ? George Vermllllan, of Dublln, was in "Salem thls week, a guest of hls uncle, B. F. Morehead, on High Street, Mlsses Janle and Loulse Shipman, teachers in tho Blueneld gratled school, aro at thelr homo on Broad Street for a week or ten days, the school having closed for that poriod, becauso of scarlet fever. Mlss Bessie Howard, of Pulaski, is spendlng Easter as tho guest of the Mlsses Martin, at thelr home across the river. Miss Eugenia Grlffln, of Salem, a student at Sweet Brlar Institute, ls PRESIDENT WOMAN'S CLUB vJIBIL. !&l\&mSL2gy:W' 9J !_____?.<?-!_ St ft, .. ? spending Easter wlth frlends ln New York. * Mrs.Vj. c. Darden ls spendlng a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Henderson, st ST>rlngwood, Va. Rev, P. H. Chelf ha3 returned from a two weeks' tour in the Interest of the Baptlst Orphanage. Mrs. F. W. Whltoscarver has return? ed from a week's vislt to frionds in Radford. An Easter cantata, "From Cross to Crown," t>y Alfred Judson. wlll be ren dered in tho Methodlst Church Sunday afternoon at _ o'clock. Tho cantata tells the story in well-chosen words, set to beautiful, cxpresstve music. tlrst of tho Cruclfixion and then of tho Resurrection of the Saviour. The music ls brillant, at times oxpresslng the Joy and giadness of Easter tldo. The Methodlst eholr, wlth Mlss Ferguson, organlst, wlll be asslsted by Mlsa Killian, Dr. and Mrs. Thorsten burg, Gordon Victor Yonce and Pro? fessor Morrow, of the College Luth eran Church. Concord Social News. [Speolal to The Times-Dispatch.] Concord, Va? March 3f_??Mlss.Bes? sie Evans. of Bluefleld, returned to her home last Monday, after' a fow months' vislt to relatives nonr here. Dr. W. L. Ould returned last S'atur day from & trip to Kentucky. Dan Evans, of Lynchburg, spont Sunday with his brother, Dr. T. XV. Evans. Mlss Rosa Caldwell, who Is now teachlng ln Lynchburg, was home Sunday wlth her parents. Mlss Martha Evans, teacher at the ..ow London Academy, spont last Sat? urday and Sunday wlth relatives. Mrs. Lelia Talbott, also a teacher of that school, was her guest. Mlss Alico Thomas, of Lynchburg, was the guest of Miss Lizzie Staples Sunday and Monday. Thornhlll Caldwell, a- student of the NTew London Academy,- returned to hls school tho flrst of tho week, having been oft on slck furlougli for a weelc. Ernest Wood, of the Vlrjjlnla Poly technlc Institute, Blacksburg, arrived at hls home near here last Week. slck and will remaln from. hls school thls week. Mlss Lclla Cabler and Mlss Lllllan Jones, students of tho Now London Academy, fjpent last Saturday and Sunday with frlends near here. C. O. Hughes, a Confoderato veteran, who has beon vcry slckly and fecblo for tho past year, left Monday for the Soldlers' Home. Mrs. Thomas Walton, of Appomattox, ls vlsltlng hor daughter, Mrs. R, A. Staples, tho present weok. South Boston Social News. [Speolal to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspatch.;) South Boston, Va., March 26.?Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam L. Westfall, of Newark, N. J., who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee, on upper Maln, have returned home. They came hero from J. lorida, whero they had beon sojourntng for some tlme. Mrs. Westfall Is Mr. Lee's slster. Mlss* Kathloen Watson, of Alexan? drla, and Edwin S. Watson, of Norfolk, vislted Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Throm thls week. Mrs. Charles T. Yancey has returned from an extended vlslt to relatives and frlonds in Tennessee, Mlsslssippl and Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fowlkos, of Danville, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Irving C. McDowell. have return? ed home. Mrs. 1-owlkes ls romemberod as Mlss Rosa Glass. Miss Addio May Edwurds, of Keys vllle, Is visitlng Mrs. H. A. Thomas, at thls place. Mlss Lula Harrell, who ls attendlng school ln Lynchburg, is spending a few days with her parents at thls place. Frank Faulkner, a student of the Unlverslty of Vlrglnia, is at homo for Easter. V. M. L Social News. [Speoial to Tho Tlmes-Dispatch.] Lexlngton, Va., March 26?Mrs, T. O. Smlth, of Blrmlngharn, Ala., is tho guest oC General and Mrs. E. W. Nlchols. Mrs. H. R. Miller, of Rlchmond, Is vlsltlng her son, Cadet O. G. Miller, of the fourth class. Mrs. R. J. Darnell. wlth her daugh? ter, Mlss Paullne, of Memphis, Tenn., is spendlng the Easter holldays wlth Cadet H. A. Darnell, as the guests of Mlss Maggle Graham. Mrs. Hunter Pendleton and. son. John White, left on Thursday to spend a wook -with Mrs. Pondleton's father, Judge. Whlte, of Charlottesvllie. She was accompamled by her slster, Mlss Joan Whlte, who has boen hfcr guest for the past month. Cadet E. M. Pendleton, Jr., ot S. V. A., Is spendlng tho Easter holldaya at home. The followlng young women from Randolph-Mncon Woman's Collesre are vlsltlng- frlonds at tho V. M. I? and aro the guests of Mrs. Morgan Pen? dleton. Mlss Grammer, Mlss Atklnson, MISs Lamboth, Misa Hill, Mlss Darter. Tho exnct dato of tho vlslt of tlie army Inspector has not been announced. but lt Is thought that ho wlll bo here shortly aftor Easter. Tha company commanders aro worklng hard to got thelr orgnnlzations in shapo for hlm. A moetlng of tho Roanoko Alumni Assoclation of tho V. M. I? was held on. Marcli 17, at tho rosldeneo of T. ?? P.avant. at whloh tlmo Goneral Nlchols gavo a most enjoyablo talk on tho future of tho V M. _?* , A*f_t,or sl'PPer General Nlchols took tho chalr, and a perma? nent organizatlon was formed. S G Whlttlo was elected president, H. Clay Starkey, vlce-presldent, und R rr Thomas, secretary and treasurer. Tlie gritduiites of Wytho and Pulaskt coun? tles hnvo, recontly formed an alumnl association, wlth Major W. ,W. Bctit loy, '60, aa president, und^Francls Doll, 85, secretary and treasurer of tho now organizatlon. . Big Stone Gap Social News. tSpoqtalto The Tlmes-Dlspatoh,] Big Stono Gap. Va.. March 36.?Mlss Graco Fostor, ot Mlddlesborough, ls vlsltlng Mlsses Cora and Boulah Rador Vhis wook. . . - l lt. B. Hollomon, Jr? pf JinoxviUe.l ls visitlng his sister, Mrs. J. W*. Rader. X>. C. Anderson. of Phlladelphla, a formor resident of tho., Gap, was in. town thls week. Mrs. J. L. Harrell, ot Brlstol. is visitlng her sistor, Mrs. Paul Harrell, at tho Monto Vista, R. D. Baker left this week for Ferry coujnty, Ky., where she wlll spend somo tlme. Mrs. John Evans, of Brlstol, spent several days in town last week, tha guest of Mns. Paul Harrell, at tha Monto Vlsta. Mr. and Mrs.' J. H Erb, of Roanoke, spont a few dayg last week ln tha Gap, visitlng Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Body. Miss Mat,tie Polly, of Appalachla, leftl a few. days ago to vislt her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Fuller. in Oklahoma. Wytheville Social News. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] ?Wytheville, Va? March 26.?Judge. and Mrs. W. E. Fulton and Mrs. Nan nie Graham are in Boston this.week. Mrs. Graham win rcmaln some tlmo for medical treatment in a hospltal, where her son, Dr. William Graham, is resident physiclan. , Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee Trlnkle re? turned Monday from an extended! brldal trip to New York and other Northern citics. Mlss Janie Gibboney and D. -Kyle Glbbonoy, have returned frcm a vislt to Mrs. Leighton Huske, ln Fayette vlllo, N. C. Mrs. Charles Heuser is nt homo after a vislt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoge, of Milton, N. C. Mrs. Robert Roed, of Portsmouth, O., is a guest at "Ingleside." Rov. J. Hal Gibboney, of tho Theo loglcal Seminary, at Alexandria, is .visitlng hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .Hal Gibboney, ut thelr home on Mair Street. Ex-Governor Hogo Tyler and Miss Lllly Tyler, of Radford, wero the guests of friends in town this woek. Mlss Helen Otey 16ft Thursday to spend the Easter holidays" wlth Mlss, Louise Williams, at her home in Rich? mond. Mrs. Virginia Brown, of Martinsville, is vlslting Mrs. -Stepfien Putney for fow weeks. Catarrh Quickly Cured by a Pleasant Gefm-Killing Antiseptic Tho little Hyomei (pronounced High o-me) inhaler is made of hard rubber, am can casily be carried in pocket or purse It will last a iifctime. Into this inhaler you pour a few drop of magical Hyomei. This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauz within, and now you are ready to breath it in over the germ infested membrant where it will speedily begin its work c killing catarrh germs. Hyomei is mad of Australian eucalyptol combined wit other antiseptics, and is very pleasant t breathe. It is guaranteed to curo catarrh, bror chitis, sore throat, croup, coughs an colds or money back. It cleans out stuffed up head in two minutes. Sold by druggists everywhere and b the Tragle Drug Co. Complete outti including inhaler and one bottlo of Hyc mci, $1.00. And remember that extr bottles if afterward needed cost only *50t Send for free booklet and sample bottle'. Hyomei. Booth'a llyoniei Co., Buffal< ~MI-0-NA Cures Indigestion It relievcs stomac.h misery, sour etor ach, belching, and cures all stomach di ease or money back, Large box o. tal ts, 50 cents, Drugglsta in all torjM.