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MISS MARY JOHNSTON, who sailed with her sister on Juno 13 for Holland, was In Heidelberg when last heard from. Miss Johnston has been traveling under ideal weather conditions, and greatly enjoyed sight seeing In Holland and Germany. Sho and her party oame up tha Rhine from Cologne by way of Ringen. They will go from Heidelberg to Rothenberg, thence to Nuremberg. Munich and 1'arts. The hotel In Heidelherg where the Johnston party was ioc&tod overlooked the valley of the Neckar, and the walk Irom It down to the castle was through lovely shaded paths. Miss Johnston expects to bo In Richmond again by mid-September. Referring to tho gratification sho felt over the resolutions passed by the Richmond Chapter, United Daugh? ters of tho Confederacy, regarding "The Long Roll." Miss Johnston says: "It pleased me that the Daughters of tii" Confederacy should like and say that they liked 'The Long Roll.' after all that Is principally what I wished and wrote It for?that that which was left of the Confederacy should ilko It." In Holland. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Davenport, Miss Delta Davenport. Allen Daven? port, Mrs. Melville C. ' atterson, all of Richmond, Miss Katherlne Myers, of Norfolk, and Miss Margaret Bryan, of Annapolis, accompanied by her uncle and aunt. Judge and Mrs. itlodgltt, ol Rhode Island, who sailed July 11 from New York on the steamship Potsdam of the Holland-American Line, recently landed In Rotterdam. Holland. A number of charming functions wer? given for the pnssengers during the voyage from New Vork to Holland, notable among which was a fancy dress ball given July 1?. Miss Myers, ss Prlscllla; Mlos Bryan, n> Widow McCree, and Miss Davenport, as a Spanish girl, were nmong the belief of the affair. Several concerts were plven on other occasions, and smaller affairs, more or less formal, were given In honor of the party from Richmond. .Minn de Sauasnrc Engaged. Mr. and Mrs. W, P. de Snussuro, of 2301 Vest Grace Street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage Of their daughter. Estello Logan, to Lccln Morris Warren, also of ihls city, the marriage to be celebrated early In the month of September. The 1 >o Saussurcs belong to one of the most distinguished families in Charleston, S. ?... and for years have lien, Identified with social life of Rich? mond, and although Miss de Saussuro's wedding will be a very quiet church aifalr with no reception following the ceremony. It will be an event of much importance and 'ntcrest to society in th'S Stale und throughout the South. Mr. Warren Is well known in Rich? mond, wiu.'e he has made his home for the past several yea-S, ond is prominently connected on the Lastern Shore of Virginia. Leaving for Honolulu. Dr. nnd Mrs. Charles Kent, accom? panied by their daughter, Mls? Kilso Miles, left yesterday for the West, going lnt"r to Honolulu, where they will spend the months ot August and September. They will bo tho guests of Dr. n id Mrs. Francis P. Smith and and Dr. George Tucker Smith during their stay In Honolulu. I>r. and Mrs. Kent and Miss Miles will return to the University of Virginia lute In the fall. i;?lng Vorth. .Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stuart Val? entine, their daughter, Miss Rosalie Valentine, and Frederick and Chnrlca Valentine will leave town to-morrow for New York, where they will spend the summer at Lake Placid. The Val? entine home on Park Avenue will be closed until late in Hie coming fall, and Mrs. Valentine ami her daughter will ? email, North lot the remainder of the Stimmer. Mis Henry London CabCll and family ore also going North to-morrow for Ihe rest of the summer. They wlii tpend two mouths at Bnyhoad, N. .[? Mra. Fred Pe asants, .Mrs. Edgar Uuun, Muses Katherlne and Harriet Uunti are also among ih? Richmond people going to Bayhcad this week. They will spend the month of August at that resort. ^ r Mr. and Mrs... l5.ii.ic Davenport ami Ml-s Elizabeth P. liargritvc, ?.f this city, arc at Poland Springs, Maine, for the summer. Miss W. u. sirlngfcllow, of Richmond, Is also spending some lime at Poland Sprnms. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klnsolving, of Baltimore, are spending the summer at Fisher s Island. N. Y. t i?t?nr Entertained. Mrs. James Record, of Birmingham, Ala., who Is the gucul of Mrs. Kath ciiiie Babcn at l H'.:> Grove Avenue, has been charmingly entertained during her stay in this city.' Thursday evening Mrs. Record wan guest of honor at an informal affair given at the Virginia Boat Club. Supper was served at the clubhouse, whore tho guests had been conveyed In automobiles. Numerous other pleasing functions have been planned for Mrs Ration's guest. The MlsSc* linrv Honored. One of ihe most enjoyable affairs of tho season was u beach parly given Wednesday night at Buck roc by Mrs J, FRECKLES Don't Hide Them ?Ith a tell; Remove Them with the Drue. An emln?nt akin speolallsi recently dis? covered a new drug, ..itiit,. double strength ?which in ."? uniformly successful in re? moving frecklei and giving o clear, beau? tiful complexion thai a la aoM >,..? Tragla !>ru? Co. under an filnniutf. guararitee |o refund the money |f It falls. Dpfi'j bide yoill freckles in,,irr a veil; art an ounce of r,tliine ami remove them. Kven the first night'* use will ihoiv a wonderful tmpre.Aement nome of Hie lighter frecklea vanishing en tire) 3 it i? absolutely harm if", and cannot injure the mo?l irnlrr sku B? sure to *?k Tru*:.- Drug < a, for tha double, strength othtne; n Ik Mil* (hat In solfl on the money buck guarantee, YOU SAVE 40% By ordering Ostrich, Willow and French Feathers' direct from us. You Save tho Middleman's Profit. ?ld Feathers made into Willows, Cleaned, Dyed, Curled apd Renovated In all styles. Write for catalog. De Leo New York Feather Hospital, 213 N. First St. Richmond. Va. B. L? Marsdon. of Newport News, In honor of hor house, guests, Mlsse3 Elea? nor and Lyle Gary, of Richmond, and Miss Mary Phillips, of Philadelphia. Suppsr was served In picnic fashion, uftar which danolng wns enjoyed by the guests. Among thoso ill the party wort? Misses H?lle and Virginia Wood tin, of Atlanta, Oil; Dorothy and Anno Hooker, Page Idatcr. Martha l.ce, Vir? ginia Mason, Virginia Montague, of Hampton, and Ruth Smith; Edwin Phil? lips, Elliott Parker. Elliott Braxton, bowls Slinca, Edward Landon. Uregory Spencer. Stewart Andrews, Fonner Heath, Drynut Turner, llniry Jones and Pcarlsh Jones, of Norfolk; Pcm in-okf Mart, of Oreenbay, Wls.; Clark ICImbcrly, Calvin Cummins, Edgar Out I lng. Taylor Itoltzclaw, Sdutcr Monta I gtie, Horatio Mason and Whiting \ Faulkner, ot Hampton; Mrs. Funny I Harry, Mrs. J. M. Sclntor, Mrs. J. C. Hurt, of Wisconsin, und Mrs. H. II. Klinborly, of Hampton, lu Atlantic City. E. R. Chcsterman. his mother, Mrs. W. D. Chesterman: "Misses Ruth Davla and Dallas Lee, ot this city, aro spend? ing sr.nio time lu Atlantic City. Mrs. E. R. Chehterman. E. R. Chester man, Jr., and little Misses Elizabeth and Mildred Clvstorinun uro tho guests of Mrs. William II. Horton nt "Nestle Brooke," near Roanoke. Miss Mary E. Kravsor and Miss Elnora Chapln aro alto members of Mrs. llorlon's house pa rty. Kppn?lUctinrdsnn. The ninrringo of Miss R030 Rlcharfl BOll, Bister ot Rev. E. J. Richardson, and Dr. Charles H. Epps, of this city, look place In Falls Church, at the res ? idence of the bride's brother, on Wcd 'liesday of this week. Tho ceremony I was performed by Rev. Mr. Rtchard j son. and the attendants were Miss : Florence Eppa and William Butler. I both of Richmond. Dr. and Mrs. Epps will make their homo In this city. Dnuvlllc H?usc Party. Miss Margaret Conway, who has been sprndlng the summer ?Ith irtends In Richmond and Ocean View, has re? turned home, nnu is this week enter? taining a charming company of young people nt a house party nt the home of her parents. Mr. and Mit. P. V. Coll way, in Danville. Miss Con way's guests include Miss Lucy Brown, of Richmond; Miss Louise l.llyson and Mis.; Elizabeth Ellyaon, of Richmond; Clarence Brown, of Richmond; Dreux Van Horn, of Tulane University, New Orleans. La.: Winifred Fore and Rob? ert Thomnsson, of Rlohmond, Several very delightful affairs have hcen planned, and their stay In Dan? ville will lie made very pleasant. Miss Conwny entertained at n beautifully appointed luncheon Tuesday at tho Country Club for her guests, and Wed? nesday evening Mr. 'ami Mrs. Conway gave a reception at their handsome home on Main SI reel for Miss Conway and her guests. Thursday a water? melon feast was given at tho Country Club, and Friday Miss Elizabeth Wud dlll gave a "porch party" In honor ot the visitors. Friday Charles v, llliam Hon entertained nt the Country Club at ?Upper, und Saturday Miss R?th Davis entertained the house parly at an In? formal affair. Summer nt the W hite. Miss Mart hen a Harrison, who has been visiting forini i Senator and Mrs. Thomas II', Carter, at their cottage at Hugh's Point. IlOSboro, Maine, lor sev? eral Wieks, returned to Washington last week. After spending a few days there she will go to the While Sulphur Springs to spend August nnd September witlt her cousin, Miss Alice Lewis, daughter of Mr, und Mrs. Thornton Lewis, at their country place. Miss Harrison visited friends In Richmond last reason. Dnnec at (ionIicu. The opening gerntan of the season was given by Mrs. A. O. Claphani at the AUcglltuiy Hotel, nt Ooshen, this wc k. and wns led by R. \?.'. Burke, ot Htnonlon. The dance began promptly at 10 o'clock, and the ballroom was decorated for the occasion with i|iiun tlllcs of evergreen and bright-colored How-us. Supper was served In the grill room after tho dance was over, A nun.her of Richmond people who are spending the summer at the hotel were present at the dance. Tuesday afternoon of last week Mrs. E. II. Coolldgo christened tin- new swimming pool, which has Just been completed, with a bottle 01 champagne. At lending House Party. Miss Louise Ryan, of this city. Is at lending a big house party given by Mlsa Margaret Class Williams, at "Way.' ldr," lu r summer home near Dry Forks. Some very nttractvo entertain? ing is being done for Miss VVIIllnms's I guests during their stay nt "Waysldo." Miss Ryan has recently returned fro:n an oxtonfted trip through the North, visiting various resorts in New York and t pending some time nt Newport. Mrs. William Borg accompanied Miss Ryan on her Northern trip. At Otterburn Sprlngm. A delightful dunce wns given at the Otterhttril Springs Hotel on Wednes? day evening, and a number of Rich Mioud people wero present. (Jucsts registering at the hotel during the past week are Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 1 Hazelarove. Miss A B. T/mberlake. I Mrs. P. C. Christian. Lyie Ijnzolgrovo, Mr.?. N. E. Ancnrrow and family. Miss Nell and Annie Christian, Mrs. Arm? strong, Mra. Julia Caravatl, Mrs. Jo? seph Stumpf. S. t. Atkinson, Misses Florence and Louise Stumpf. James T. Hill. Guy and Elliot) Hazel move. Ml-.scs Knthcrlne and Virginia Chris? tian. Miss Jost-phlno Stumpf. M. E. Ruchrmund. Dr. M. it. f.gglcston, Drewry W. Howies. Jr. Miss Rose Kotithnll, Miss Gertrude Flourney, Mlsa Kaiherlne Flournoy, Miss Mary Meade, Miss Mabel Barnes; M. Barnes. Miss little Williams, H f Green. It. 1? i Polls, 1! C.'.lones, Foster Barnes. I.yti I wood Blanton. Guy Wool I On, Mason I Jefferson. J. <;. Jefferson, Jr., Chtimfi . Hundley. Mrs. W. W. Harne.-. Miss Har? riet Mason. Miss Jessie Pnlmoi'e, Mr. an.I Mrs. \V. Orny WnllSon, Mis- Helen' Gray vV'nttson, Mr. nnd Mi s. L T. ! I Hi.ce; son, Mr. and Mrs. C F. Sauer, Charles nngorson. Mrk James Pollard and son. Mr- It P Wlleox, Dr. and Mrs. B !.. Hlllsman. Mr and Mrs. B. P. Snojv, Misses .Marlon and F.lsie Snow. John and Robert Hlllsman, Mr and .Mrs. If. F. Waldrop. Charles F. Ruchr? mund, Conrad Saner. Jr. Chnrles If, Phillips, MISS Louise Rr.gerson. Miss Imogen Haxelgrdve. Miss Livini.t Hills ma a. VlftlltnK Here. Mrs. John C Russell and her son. Lawrence Gibbons Russen, ?,? vlsllliigl Richmond, after an absence ?f nearly | ten year- Mrs Russell I a daughter of the late W. A. O. Cole, and has a wide < Irele of relative.! and friends In tins city. I Relnrnrd to the City, Mrs M, ft Thomas has returned to I her home in this city, after Spending i some, time si the University of vir-| glnlaas the home guvstof Mr and Mr* i Bruce Paynei Dr. Payne. s., the netf' president of the Pcabody School at Nashville. Mrs. Thomas sang; soverul times before the students at the rum? mer school during her stay In Chnr lottesvllle, this being the fourth ?um. mor that sho has sung for the stu? dents nt their various concerts. Mrs. Hiomas will spend tho rest of the summer In Itlchmond, and will be at homo to Wer pupils August 1. Of Interest Here. Invitations wero sent out from tho White House lust week for a dinner which tho President Will glvo on Sat? urday. August f>, In honor of Admiral Togo, or Japan. The dinner will bo followed at 10 o'clock by a reception. Admiral Togo will sail for this country from England to-morrow on tho Lusl tanla. His stay In Washington will bo marked by numerous brilliant func? tions. Tho Secretary of State and Mrs. Knox and tho ambassador of Japan and Baroness Uchlda will be among his hosts. At Orcnn View. Affairs at Ocean View have been unusually gay this past week. Mon? day evening the younger society set at tho Dlggs cottage entertained a very charming porch party, and on Wednesday tho married set gave a watermelon feast, which was attended by a large number of guests. Registered at tho Dlggs cottage for the past week were J. Braren, of Cum? berland, Mil.; Mrs. C. O. schwalm, Miss Carrie Schwalm, Misses Corlnne mid Letllo Haekett, Mrs. G. P. Pedrick. Miss Pedrick, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Nun lially, L. R. Nunnally, Miss Robinson, IL C. Nelson, Miss Nell Nelson. Mon telro Nelson. P. P. Walton, all of Rich? mond; Til top, and Brooks Wllcox. ol Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WI1H ford, of Newborn. N. C.; G. Oliver Tlm bcrlake, of New Tork; A. T. Klnsey, of Roanoke; MI?s Alice Burgess, ot Ivor; JIlss Mary Powell, of Emporla; Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwards, of Baltimore; Miss Ahnte Fulls. G. V. Stradloy, of Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs. M. Saniet, two children and nurse, of Norfolk; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bard in. two children and nurse, of Wilson, N. C; J. II. B. Alttorffer. of Roanoke; R. C. Benihall. Carl Futrell, of Woodland. N. C: Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Scott. Miss Annie Scott, A. C. Walton, of Richmond; W. B. Harper, of Norfolk; F. II. Hunt. Jr., of Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Staude.. Joseph B. Montgomery, Jr.. B. 1111 ? Hard, of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Campbell, of New York; J. William Marmion, of Richmond; W. 1. Ball, of Norfolk: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Baxter. .Miss Annio Harrison, of Petersburg; Bernard B. Blanton, of Richmond; Miss 7.oia Lucre tin Thomas, Miss Ruth Has kins, of Lynchburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. M Gtimmcll anil daughter, of Wash? ington. At Colnmhln College, Miss Elolsc Ambler Harrison, assist? ant professor of mathematics at the Noraiti institute 'n Farmvllle', is tak Ihg a summer course nt Columbia University, Now York. Miss Harrison is a daughter of Carter II. Harrison, of the upper .lames. Returned to Richmond. Mrs. John Worth, who has been vis? iting relatives In the country, ac? companied by her little daughter. Anne Carter, has returned to the c'ty. Mrs Werth was called to Richmond a week ago on account of Hie Illness of bet mother, Mrs. Nannio D. Werth, who lias been quite sick at her home, il North Third Street, t 'olebrntc A universal*) . An affair of much interest to so? ciety here was celebrate,! last week In Washington, when Mr. and Mrs Andrew J. Lukei. of that city. cele. bra ted the liftieth anniversary of their marr'ngc. The reception took place at ;> o'clock Tuesday evening, and was a very handsome function. Decorations were in yellow roses and quantities of yellow blossoms were bunked on Hie mantels and in the window s. The bride am) bridegroom of fifty years ago were assisted in receiving their guests by the bride's brother and .sister-in-law, Mr. atld Mrs. T. W. Grimes, wlio came up from their sum? mer home al Lees-burp, for the few days' festivities. Mrs. Grimes was matron of honor at the wedding. The bride's other brother, A. V. Grimes, ami his wife were also tu tin- receiv? ing parly. Mrs. Lukei wore a hand? some gown of black mfirquisotlu, with trimmings of lace and .iets, with pearl ornaments. Mrs. T. w. Grimes wore black ami white striped chiffon over white silk, with diamonds. Mrs. A. \". Grimes was in while marquisette over white satin, with pearls. The children of the couple arc Mrs. S. ScarighL Mrs. Bell,- Godwin, Mrs. \\ llliam Gibson. Mrs. Harry Fox, R. I-'. Lukei and A. w. Lukol, all of Wash? ington. Mrs. Senrlght wore an effec? tive gown of black and while striped silk, with corals; Mrs. Godwin was In white ?ik. with pearl trimmings; Mrs. Gibson wore while mcssiillno and Incc, and Mrs. Fox was In white chiffon over satin, with lace. Miss Edith Lllkcl, who assisted at the punch howl, wore n soft gown of white liberty silk, with touches of pale pink. The dining room was particularly pretty in its soft yellow irlmlngs of candle shades, cetitrcp'ocs of golden glow. Presiding tliero were Mr.i, Godwin, a sister-in law of Mrs. Lukel's daughter; Mrs. I.! N. Clark and Mrs. N. II. Cobbs. nil of) Richmond. Other assistants In the drawing room and other apartments were Mrs. William Moore and Mrs. Harry YatichlCr. Mrs. James Crosin assisted Miss Lllkel at the punch bowl. in and Out or Town, Mr. nnd Mrs David English Dallain, Jr., win o,, ntiroad soino time In Au mozen cansot ?00DLUCK The Patented Tin Foi i : - Cans in which Good Luck Baking Powder is packed prevent deterioration. "Good Luck" could not be sold regularly in solid1 carload lots if it did not fully retain its High Leavening Power. At your grocer's. The Southern Wanufacturihg ftompany, Richmond, Va. gust to spend' several weeks In, Eng lund. Miss Mary Chalmers lott last week to visit Miss ElBlo Harrison in North Hatley, Canada. Mrs. Lucius Cary and little son will leave thla week to Join the former's parents, Dr. and Mra. Cecil, on Lone Island. Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bloxton. of H5 East Grace Street, are in Clave- j lund, O., where Dr. Bloxton is attend Ing the National Dental Convention, and will later visit Nlugara Falls. Misses Beulah and Hazel Mycr have Hons to Delaware Water Gap, where they aro spending some time. Mrs. Colema:i Wortbam and Mrs. j Charles Wortham are guests of Mrs. William MasBle at "Kose Hill," near Greenwood. M1S3 Sadie A. Kern, of 17 23 Floyd Avenue, has returned to the city, after visiting friends in Roanoke. Lynchburg and Danville. II. Logan Golsan sails this week from New York to Join Mrs. (Jolsun lu England. Mr. and Mrs. E. Randolph Williams and family are at Fisher's Island, New York, w here they hevs tak3:i a cottagt for tha summer. ?Miss Avis Grant left yesterday morn? ing, for the tjreenbrler Whlto Sulphut Springs, where she will spend the month of August. Mra. Lovln Joynes. Mis3e3 Archer and Julia Joynes are at York Hurbor. Maine, for tho remainder of the sum? mer. Mrs. Charles Marshall Graves, of New York, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ilar.vlc, In this city. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Williams, of this city, aro at Kinee, Moosehcad Lnkc, Maine, for an extended stay. Mrs. R. J. Jones and her daughter, Miss -MarJorle Seiden, left town this morning for Atlantic City, where they will spend the month of August. Miss Margaret Wise, of this city, Is a guest of Miss Charlotte Cram, at the Eggleston Villa, Lenox, Mass. Adolph Volknian, Jr., left Saturday for Atlantic City and Philadelphia, where he will visit his sister, Mrs. C. J. Rohlaud, of Overhrook. Winston Boiling Is in the Blue Ridge Mountains for the remainder of the summer months. Miss Mamie Volkman left Saturday for King and Queen county, where she will be the guest of the Misses Bray at their home lu Little Plymouth. Williamsburg Social News I Special to The Times-Olsps ich.) Wlliia msbui g. Va.. July !?.?MlSI Ma* Per? son hat been visiting relathrs la Newport News the past two weeks Mi?s Llllle Uur\ returned the first of th? ?reek from a visit of several days to llirh tnoud relatives. rtalloirst D.. Peacliy, Jr.. will spend scv eral da>s wltii friends in south Boston. Miss ?ieorsla Kreuch, of Alexandria, I th.. s?est of miir Katherlno tleddy. Mrs. Spencer Lane has returned from two weeks' \lsit to her pa .'oil Is, Mr. nnd , Mrs. W. II. Young, in Hampton. Mitsei Lula Brooks and Alice Wait spent j i!:. week at Ocean View. It. Cl. spencer has returned from a trip to Waynesboro and linanoko. A. .1. Odell and faiml), of Norfolk, have been visiting Hie former's brother, rtev, B. K. Odcll. this week. .Mrs. G. w. Thorpe and daughter, Miss Jett, n liinicd the Ural of the week from I n short stfS.v in Kichmond. - Mrs. Norvcll L. Henley la visiting friends In [Vor til Carolina. Mrs. George Larson and little daughter,! nf Itlcliniond. hare I" en spending the week with Mrs. Larson's sister. Mrs. J, C. rilk- | InglOn. Thomas Goddy, Jr.. Is lu Nottowsy county, ' where he went to .ioin a large, hous* pariy. : Mr. nnil Mr*. Lank lord, of Carytbrook, ar> : visiting their dangliter, Mrs. Henry Graves. Mrs. P. P. 1'e.eblea and children. of N'or folk, have returned homo after a visit to the former's mother, Mrs. W. II. Braith waite. Mrs. Virginia Morecock and daugliler. Miss Agnes, will return home next week from l.oiidoun county, where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. L. M; A. Ilairghwnui and dhlldren, Of Mosdville, 1'a . arc expected here next Wednesday t-> spend some time with the former's mother, .Mrs. w. it. Brnlthwalte. Mlsa Carrie Cole Lane nnd Master tienrg Lane are oxpectod home early next week I frnin a x I.?11 in relatives in Rmlthlleld. Thci i will I..- scvompa riled by their cousin, Mlss| Liny Cofer, Miss Kllzabf ill Morecock, who hau been 1 spending several months In Newport News. ] and iv lio is now the guest of Mrs. Gordon! Bohannon in Surry counts , will return | llOIIIC early next week. The rtev. M. .1. Hoover. pastor of the IVilllnnisbiirg Baptist I'hiirch. and his fani- ; ly have relumed homo from a stay of iov-1 rral weeks with his father at Healing j Springs. Mis. ]?;. R?ffln Jones and children left thla; week for Baltimore to visit relatives. Mr. Jones will Join iliem next week, and lliey will remain near Baltimore till September. Henry Coke and family, of Dallas, Ten., weie In Wltliamaburg this week. Mi. Coke u.if a stud.nt here thirty-five jears ago. The Itev. B. K, Odell was In Princess Anne ililr week atl.n.Ung a meeting of the Methodist District I'onforonre. Mrs. Odd I remained In Norfolk with reis Uvea. Postmaster T. <;. Peachy will spend his vacation In the North, leaving some time next week. Warrenton Social News | Special to The Times-Diepatcli. ] Warrenton. \'a . July The nrst public dance of Hie selstni look place nt the Countrj Cluh on Tuesday nl?hi. and was largely patronised. Mr. nnd Mrs. William f. Wilbur were among those ih.it ntieuded the |Maua? u llor^e sii'm thin week. ?.'arroli p. runts, of Norfolk, is spend lug his vacation with hia mother. Mrs Ml son Ciirlla, In Kan Warrenton. Mrs, s. Pesree U'armsley and sen. ,.f w v Orleans. La., are spending somu time hi Wsi renton. * Rrigar Ifurtlivgto.f Cambridge, Md.. is in Warrenton i..,- several dajs. Mlsa Maiv and Beverly Wnrihelmcr have returned liomc,?ftrr a visit to Atlantic Clly. Msstei t'liarlle Owen?, of Wilmington, Del . i? the guest nf Mrs. M. f;. Douglas. Miss Jofeptllni Johnson, of Norfolk, is spending some, iimo near Greenwich. Mr. and Mis. William While. ,,f Washing loll, aro the giie;,!:, of Mr. and Mrs. W. T Willis. Miss Kilianen, Wilbur, of Devon. Pa.. It the guest of >Jr. and Mr? William F. Wll bur. Mias Allee Sims |? spending several davs j *\ Ocean riiy, xid. Mr. and Mn ?? R. Tiffany'are at lm?ie ?'?er ii wan of several days to Atlantic cut. l Louis Hur.-.tlial and M. A. Pimm*. Jr.. ?'?"r; Cur|ls rhomas Thornton, of Waih inglou Joseph i B.H. oJ Rlchmoiid. and B '' '? Moneure and William II. Galnes, .. l aiip . hllreh, -..ere week-end visitors to \\ si renton Mrs Ci?iivilla Gains*. Mrs f. A n. Pen? man Mrs. j \ run. Mis.- Mary Mysrs and Mrs Howen Peebles were Among those that visited Washington this week. Ivor Social News .Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Ivor Va., juiy . 29.?Miss wiiia Rnwles. of Suffolk. i? visiting her aisler. Mrs ,1 r Tiillnferlo. Mrs. August Brndshaw. of New Or? leans, is visiting at L. C, Pulley's home. <>ii Thursday the Methodist, Chris? tian. Ivor Baptist und Milllleld Baptist Sunday schools united and rhnrtei-ed n train nV(. ooaehen and n combi natlon ear und went to the seashore. Store, Closes Daily at 5 P. Af., Saturday at 6 P. M. To-Morrow Big Clearance Sale Reductions Monday will witness the greatest migration of Fashionable Raiment from the KAUFMANN SHOP to different homes in our city that has taken place, because NEVER have we offered such apparel at such values. And whether your need is a simple Street Frock or an elaborate Evening Gown or Suit, you will find a satisfying variety of all the new models now marked at nearly ONE HALF usual prices. SALE OF SUITS Ladies Linen Suits . Of oyster, natural linen and pique; plain and fancy effects. Heretofore S15.00 and SI2.50. Sale of Dressing Sacques Figured Lawn Dressing Sacques. .. Round or square neck, with solid color trimming. Heretofore 50c. $7.50 39, Lawn Dressing Sacques. ?f\ Figured effects, V neck, solid color tJo/C or Swiss embroidery edging, in pink, blue and lavender. Heretofore 75c. Dotted Lawn Dressing Sacques . . . qq And solid white with tucks and em- 0%/Q broidery edging or solid color bands. Heretofore SI.25. Sousette Middy Blouse Laced front, fast colors. Heretofore $1.50. $1.00 SALE OF DRESSES Real Lace Trimmed Dresses. . <P1 C OA Embroidered Marquisette and tJyA?v#vl/ Lingerie, Swiss, Valenciennes and lace trim? med. Heretofore ?27,50 and $29.50. Allover Embroidery and Lin- A AA geric Dresses . tplv?UU With heavy Cluny hue trimmed, tucks and insertion of embroidery anil lace crochet, buttons. Heretofore $15100. Swiss Embroidered Lingerie Dress . Trimmed with Cluiiy lace, V.d. yoke, skirts of tucks and embroidery. Heretofore $12.50 Sale of Parasols Of line quality silk taffeta, in (1*1 1*1 green and other shade-, long hau- t!) I ? A ui dlcr-, 7 ribbed. Heretofore Si.98. Long Silk Gloves Double Ongcr tips, white and black. /?0 Heretofore 75c. 0?C $8,50 Important Sale of Infants' fend Children's Dresses?Remarkable Reductions To-Morrow A manufacturer's entire line, plus a number of assortments front our own stock, make up this unusual offering. The reductions are one-half or more, and we may add that these Dresses arc of fine quality and best workmanship. Infants' Dresses, $2.38 and $1.75; to-morrow. q -t Dresses of longcloth, pointed or round yoke, tucks, embroidery and lace inser- tpl*t)v/ tion; skirts tucked or plain. Infants' and Ghildren's Dresses, 1 to 2 years, $3.38, $2.98, $2.50; to-morrow, Nice quality longcloth. yokes of tuck- and insertion, ruffled at bottom and embroidery; others plain. Infants' and Ghildren's Dresses, 1 to 2 years, $5.00, $4.38, $3.98; to-morrow. Material of nainsook, round or square yoke, Val. and Swiss inserting; sprays of hand embroiderv. $1.98 $2.98 C. B. Corsets?The Kind That Give Satisfaction Each flay, each hour, finds the C. R. Corsets more in popular favor and in greater demand than ever with correct dressers. We are in position to supply your wants in every style from t his popular make. ('. B. a la Spiritc Corset, for the average figure, medium bust, extra long hip fl*1 A A and back, with 2 sets supporters. . . t|)i*vv C. B. a la Spiritc Corset, low bust, with draw strings, extra long on hip and fl*1 FA back, made of batiste. ?Pl??jU C. B. a la Spirite (lorsct. for the average figure, 1< extra long hips . C. H. a la Spiritc Corset, for the stout figure, low bust, extremely long on hip and ?*0 PA ch con til ?J)<??,DU very prettj model ' ' $2.00 back, 3 sets supporters, Frenc Kaufmanns Correct Stylish Mourning Apparel We have surpassed all previous efforts in our showing of Mourning Apparel. Every need in Hats, Skirts, Waists, Wils, in ample variety and of high quality, at price.-, that are decided money savings. Two-piece Black Serge Skirt-, high waist line, buttoned at side; our regular $5.00 fl*0 PA value; special . ?vOeOU Black Chiffon Panama Skirt, panel back and front, plaits at side and trimmed in buttons; special . Imported Serge Satin Lined Plain Black Suits, specially adapted for mourning purposes; special. Black Silk Taffeta Waists, tailore ailorcd ?ffect. large and small tucks, long sleeve? our S5.00 value; special. $3.98 Black Tailored Jap and Taffeta Waists, strictly tailored and fancy, prettily trimmed in tucks and net, finished with but- fl*0 AO tons and braid; special. <U7fe*??V? MOURNING MILLINERY AT SAVING PRICES. We are offering a very large assortment of correct Mourning Trimmed Hats, in tin newest shape-, in chiffon, silk, crepe, net, prettily trimmed in ribbon ami braid; priced <f? AO up from . 0?70 The train was well tilled, and all who went ha<| a pleasant <l?y. MISH Annie Hallar'l. of Carrsville, Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Buek Gale, ..f tlila place. Mr. and Mrs. Pottuway Barrett and children left Friday morning for Viena, ? la., whore lliey will visit Mrs. Bar? rett's people. j ', The members of the Baptist Church! of Ivor have given Ihelr pastor a month's vacation, which will begin the 1st of August, during whlrli time there will not he any services at that! church, Mr. Dunn, formerly of Pennsylvania, has recently moved his family tin to the Norfolk a in! Western farm. j Mrs. B. I. U-ilkes returned home last Saturday night from a visit with her parents ?I f'rewc, V?. Mr. (Jzzell has recently moved his family away from this place. Arvonia Social News [Special to>The Times-Dispatch.1 Arvonia, Va.. July 29.?-Ml88 Irene Briggs, of Scoltsvllle, i? visiting Miss Winnie Alme,In rills At "Bellevue." W. It. Hoot and D. T.ivlngstonn l'icrcc, disciples of Isaar Walton, spent several days last w-eej< near Multen fishing In ponds for hlg-niouth bass. Miss Posa William.', of Farmvllle, io spending some time nt the home, of i Mr. and Mrs. Kdward K ?' ttoherts. . i Mrs. Sallle diambcrp. acrompnnled t>v her granddaughter. Miss Cievtrude ; IMerce, left this week to visit reli<-. EAT WHAT YOU WANT AND SOe. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. I lives in Clifton Forge. Mrs. Martha Cornell and daughter, I Miss St.dla t'ornoll. of Richmond, are1 ; visitors nt the home of Mr. und Mrs. i I It. I,. Stone. ' Miss Josephine' Pitts, of Scotlsvllle,I j is visiting Mrs. Arthur L>. Pitts at I "Bellerue/! I Mrs. r. Pa Meson and children. Misses j Carrie and Harriet, with Mis. M. M i I Mavis, spent several daya nt the sea-! I shore las| week. i Miss George, of Norfolk. Is spending ' sonlr, tlnv with her friend. Miss i Hannah Thomas, at the home of Miss I Thomas's grandmother, Mrs. Martini | .lane Robert;'. I At a communication of the Slonewnll! , Masonic Lodge, No. jnn, held last Frl I day night. Hunter M. DllVftl, of this I place, was raised to ihe sublime de | gree of Master Mason. ftev. Plummer F. .Iblies spent set erai ,iavs at * Buckingham Courthouse this week. Miss Virginia C'hestermnn, of Rich-I tnnnd, has returned from her home in i Richmond, lo spend some time on a ; visit lo her relatives nt Ore Bank. I Miss Clara Pitrs. of HcottsVllle, so rornpanied by her friend. Miss Eliza-' l.eth Wallace, of Staunton, spent sev-' oral days visiting friends hero this I week. -j Paul M. Jones, of Sheppard's, this, county, accompanied by William F. | j Horner, of Rosemary. N. C, spent some : days In Richmond this week. Edmund W. Hunard. of Buckingham. | spent several days with friends hers j this week. The young people of Arvonia gave a j dance in the Masonic Hull on Monday I nlghi. Some of those present wein Misses Virginia Chesterman. of Rich-1 mond; Iren.'t Rrlggs. of Scotlsvllle: Lottie Mnble. of Atlnnta; Hnnnnh. I Thomas and Mary George, of Norfolk:; Winnie Plttn. Margaret nnd Lizzie | Pierce, and Mcsdrtntes Perkins Glover. Ren and Ralph Root. The young men were Messrs. Frank LeSuour, Tom apd Aleck Williams, Dave Pierce. Waller Chambers. John Pierce. John Edwards, Ren nnd Ralph Root, Dr. Perkins Glover, and Herbert S. NewnTan. Mrs, i,. O. Pierce, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Minnie Pierce, and Miss Kieanor Morgan, left on Wednes? day t'i spend BOinc lltno with relatives at Rival, Va. Miss Winnie Almeda Pills enter lained ,i number <>f her friends at her home, "Bellev?e," en Tuesday nigh I ???b a "progressive fun parly." A number of the yOltng people of tho neighborhood 'Were present, and all reported an enjoyable Ume. Mr and Mrs. W \V Hitches have re? timed froin a visit to the sen shore, Mrs. Ralph C. Hoot will leave on V\ ednegday to spend a month or six weeks ;ii her old home in Indianapolis, Mr. Root will close his home ill Pen Inn while Mis. Knot I- away and spend the time of her absence ?t the Arypnlii Inn. Nerve Bracer Tlilnk ef ?ml auk for "B.'B." when you ptnnd h.fere n soda fouhtaln. efpecinlly If you are ffiKft?d "'it and tired. It In pure, whnlesnm? and full nt life and vIzat. Makt* yew feel like ? "Iwoyeiroi<V A ni<-hmnnd phyaleltri'i formula. AI all fountains?Of. My Method and Prescription Glasses Straighten Cross-Eyes If you have head a r h e, dizziness, neuralgia, blurring, nervousness, burn? ing and smarting of the eye, call at once. Spectacles and E y e g I asses scientifically fitted. Office hours: 2 to 6 P. M.; Saturdays, 10 to 2 onlv. (Cut out this ad ) DR. BUTLER Corner Fourth nnd Main Street*.