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Dinner Gowns Evening Gowns Evening Wraps AJternoon Gowns A jternoon Wraps Morning Frocks I ailored Cosfumes 7 ailor-made Suils Trotting Suits Linen Suits and Dresses Coats for Motoring, Driving, Tennis, Golf, etc. French Blouses Tailored Waists Silk Shirts French Silk Petticoats Paris Millinery Tadored Hats English Walking Hats Corsets Muslin Underwear Negligees High-Class Tailored For Women and Misses Prcscntirii? a distinctive array of exclusive fashions in Man-Tailored Suits ''specialized" by us. Wc studied c.ircfulh the lines?-the styles?arid tlie fabrics nipst attractive and best suited for each type of woman, and had theni made by New York tailors in .1 distinctive character that gives theni indi? viduality. Mondatf and Tuesday' Mornings. 10 to 12 o'clock Afternoons, 3 to 5 o'clock Music by Orchestra Broad Street, at Second Exposition! ?f Apparel That is a Trraniiph ?f Art and Fashion In which will be displayed Gowns, Dresses, Street Frocks, Millinery, Wraps and Tailored Suits? ,%Posed on Living Models." Fashion's fancies for Spring, in keeping with the dictates of good taste. The showing is un? usual, in both scope and quality. This brilliant assemblage of New Spring Models comprises styles in which the women of critical tastes will feel perfectly dressed wherever she goes. Modes so far removed from the commonplace that it assures you of the exclusive character of "Dreyfus Fashions." Living Models MomnsRg?, Affft-eirssooms, !>? 22 o'Clock to 5 o'ClccZi QUALITY has been tin- watchword and everything that has been selected to form n part of our spring lint s can be absolutely depended upon to give the highest degree of sat isf action. In anticipation <>i the largest spring business wc have ever enjoyed; otir facilities for serving you promptly and satis fat torily have been keyed up to the highest tension, and you may rest assured that you will lind at "Dreyfus & Co.'s" an efficient and courtcoUs -ale- force, an arrangement of stocks that will make selections*easy, prompt deliveries of purchases ami every convenience that will tend to make your shopping a PLEASURE. With the space at our command wc can but hint at the new spring merchandise now on display, and we, therefore, most cordially urge that you visit our store to-morrow and sec with your own eyes the beauty of the new styles and the excellent values which form a part of this Advance Exposi? tion and Sale. Watch the papers daily for further announce? ments regarding this event. Uniformly Moderate Prices Prevail As the Following Indicates Afemooirn IFroclks asud Also Smart Morning Dresses A most beautiful collection awaits your choosing. These charming, dressy Gowns arc in Chanriuescj Crepe Meteor and Supple 'faffctas -effectively yet simply designed in lines made famous bv noted Parisian artists. Very Chic Dresses, $35.00 to $75.00! Taffeta Morning Dresses. $15.00 to $25.00 Lingerie- and Voile Dresses, with real lace.- and hand embroidery. $12.00 to S50.00 Tailored Serge Dresses. $6.95 to $32.50 Suits of fine Frcni h braids or hand embroiden ;crge and suitings, beautifully $35.00, $50.00 and $60.00. tri mined with flat Plain Tailored Business Suits. $15.00 to $25.00 Smart Suits for Misses. $15.00 to $37.50 The Preach Millinery Salomi Occupies the entire third floor, where the most advanced ideas of the Parisian "modistes" arc presented to the women of Richmond. In addition, there are replicas of the newest French Hats from our own workroom-, as well as our own adaptations, Personally supervised by our Mrs. Etta Mercer, who has just relumed from the Nan York markets. Paris Model Hats. S10.00 to $65.00 English Tailored Hats. $4.00 to $18.00 :-:Societyx i (Continued from second page). I? .,rie of the Kic.it advantages iff- r ??" for here Is gathered together story material suited to nil ages, from tie two-yeor-old t.? those of high school ?Ire. Library books ar< Issued l-very Wednesday afternoon, and may lie kept out ot\f- week. Art < lull N??r?. The Art Club listened to an Interest* Ing and Informing description of some i>: the mor? unusual methods- em? ployed by Illustrator? In placing be jfore the public the excellent pictures fi frequently shown by current m.\-va r.lties and ?lher periodicals ti.y Curl ? r.o.-.irup, tht well-known Richmond I Illustrator .Mr. Rostrup'? knowledge I ?of his subject made his remarks of 1 ?-special value, and the specimens of] Work done by the different processes | .-was particularly interesting. Star-.-I ing with the photograph or oth?u- II- j uustfatton. !\li % Rostrup carried I is ? nudirnCe Iii rough tli* various proci.'scfi j /Involved in the "three.,-.-..lor print." the! various i>:<| method- employed by the ; daily newspaper, and mad* his d>--1 Scr|ptions so plain i:nd rle.tr that -.'.is ! .listener* were <i"ite carried away by I th* magic of the subject. This artist iji now engaged In -..-t ,," s higher type, und having decided to i r-msin hers, has become a feature in thft local art world. N'sxt Tuesday, at the usual hour, Mr, Valentine. th< v. "11-known writer and poet, will discourse before iho Art Club on "Po'elry" and its cognate stilt* Jects. Mr. Valcntini is too well known.' in Richmond to need commendation, Mid stands Mice to good wine of the Old saw, h5 "needs no bus'::." he Art Club 1- giving an Illustra? tive review uf the year's work of its classes, and ir w'lll be to t'n- advan? tage of all lovers of art to be present nt this exhibition In order to compare the present ad vane in .til with -the W?rk of the past years. The ineinbcriUilp of the Art flub > f Richmond is divided Into three el (.--??-? ??members with annual due., ,,f }.*.: Jtltilor members, whose annual tines nr^ also and patrons or contribute in;; member', whose annual due.; are (iNCd at $I<V AH member' are enti? tled to the use of th? club rorMi - and all exhibitions and entertain men t?j j the only restriction biihg upon the ?Junior members, who arc not irtit.cd j to VOte. Daughters of IMZ. The meeting of the. Dorothea Payne Madison chapter. t>nu>;hters of IS.,2, ?will be held on Wednesday afternoon. March 20, at i o'clock, at the residence oi Mrs. Lor?y Brown, ?.<"! West Grace [Street. All members arc asked to at l lend this meeting. I Alumnae Mrrtliia. There, will be a meeting of the Alum inno Assoclnllon of the Woman's Col flege of Richmond he-Id Friday after noon. March 12, at .T:t*, o'clock, at the home of Mr*. Whtltlcld; lsoo G.rpyc Ai> line. Subjects for discussion will be: ?'Are College Courses, at Present Of? fered. Practical for WomCn After Graduation" and "The College Woman's) Attit?de Toward Marriage." All mem-] bers are cordially Invited to atten>l. I >lretlUKS This Week. Tin Helping Circle of King s Daueti>| tors will meet lo-iiiorrow afternoon atj I o'clock in the home of Mrs. Moses II.j Carter, S301 Cast Broad Street. Mein-; bcrs are urged to attend this meeting.J a-, arrangements will oe completed fur, an chtertalnthKtit to he given by nir! c.ircb- on Mnrch '.'j. The annual ntieting of th,? lio.trd of managers tor ihu Pet re-.: fur th: S-ici?. which whs post pun :r 1 from Thiir.t-luy] of last week, will take place on Thurs? day morning, March 21. at 11 o'clock,! at the Retreat. Mitch important bital-'l I'. sh will come up silt this meeting, and D full attendance is desired. The meeting of the hoard ot manag-1 ers <?( the Virginia Hnm*> for IncurablesI will take place o:i Friday morning at| li o'clock at the home. All members] ot' the b?ard arc iir:;?'l to be prescht.) fThls meeting was postpone! rrom! ; Monday mornlnp at the sime hour. ow-| '?im to the Illness cf the president. Mrs.! , .lohn Murphy. 1 The In r.he Serv'ri .if th-1 King Cl'r-i ,,!<? ,.f King'? Daughters will meet with, Mir.-' Mary C'?r.ls on Monday afternoon at i o'clock, a full attendance is de-l |?irrd. as final arrangements for .lift. St Patrick's ttn to be given on Tu?8-| day afternoon, March 19, will brj com- , ; pietcd. The tea will ha given at the! home of Mrs. Aimer Coodc, 2B00 Kaslj It road Street ,in<l will be a very ln-:| i tcre.sttng event. Hull Iniorr Cngsgenieni. ! Mr. and Mrs. mho E. Ridgely, of j007| North t.'nlye'rt .-'irost. I :..lt iinorc nave! [announced th" engagement of their i j daughter, Lisa llov.ard. to Henry law.' j icnce liell. ol' Itayslde, I.. I., son of Atr.J ant| Mis. Ilk-bard A. Bell, of Haytjlde.j ?Miss Itldgoley, win. made her debut [several years ago ni the first Monrtayi I germs.n. i.s One <>f four attractive nndj I handsome sisters; the others being Miss I icilcn Frances Ridgely, Mrs. Oeorge A1 - j i hcrt Browne, Jr., of Tacoma, Wash., and .Mrs. Lloyd I:. Whitman, of Mnynu.< Id lere, Fniniulcr county. Iler brothers: arc Charles R. llidgol.-y and Otho Bi I Ridgely, .lr. Miss Ridgely is a grand* I daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Rjdpely, of Il.-.mpton, ami a: 'niece of Mr. and Mrs. John Rldgely, of; ! Ilampton. .Mr. Hell's family" Is also one ; of prominence, lie is a brother of Mrs.' [Charles M. (?bulrf, of N'ew York, find Mrs. Henry Hutchinson, of Philadel? phia, anil is a member of the MeftdOTv Brook Hunt Club, Turf and Field Club I aild the Oakland Golf Club. \l Hie V. W. C. A. ! The Young Women's Christian Asso? ciation will receive this afternoon from fi:SO to 1 o'clock at. the regular Son day at-homn at the Fern Leaf. Tha young women of Richmond and strang? ers in the city are cordially Invited. Music ami reading* will compose tne program. A Vesper Mr**.iK<? "Nocturii".Brassin Miss Louise Parker. -Hold Thou My Maud".Mimes Mrs II. R. Hprnhl. "The House by the SliTc of the Road'* Miss Owlnellc Ren? hall. (Pass) ?:?eek- Ve the Lord".Roberts: Mr. and Mrs. Sprohl. ?The Transfiguration .-if M'ss Philtira" MI^-k Renthall. cKlnesleyt > In Mini Out of Town. Miss Sadie Simon .ind Miss Mary! Lewis have jron*- to Now Vork lor a stay of several weeks. Admiral llarric vi'ebstier has letiirn. rd to Richmond, after spending a few days with relatives In Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wejslger, who have been pi:c?t?. of their aunt. Mrs. ?lohn ?tz, In Ilichmond', have returned to Alexandria. Mrs. w. T. ninnton lives in New Yerk Cit Fevern! weeks. ?ludjre and Mrs. f*. W. Sims, of I/>iiisn county, have hren recent guests of re? latives in this city. Mr. and Mr.". Joseph Walker, of Woodberry Korest, arc registered -it tin Jefferson Hot. I ? Mr. and Mrs. Krank Truvers Wood is visit inu rrln y for a slay of Ml** T,|In Slrvror?, of Now York City, vtlio I? Hpenillnic" awntc time In I thls oily. Mill Stewart la a prominent xoclrty unman, nnil l? <]lr<-<tliia the ] MhT '?clot> ICIrmcsa ?hat will l>? given under the dlrectlou or two oromlncnt 1 charltlea here In April, have taken an apartment at 1022 Weal Grace .Street. Misses Fanny Scott end Camilla Well. Jo'rd wilt fro to Baltimore Kastor to visit ihcir cousin, .Miss Elisabeth l.em mon. Miss l.ois Clay Ynrbroiifth. daughter ?)f Mr. und Mr.". B. Krank Varbro?gh, of 11 !<rhla n.l Pavk, who has been con? fined to the lions--- for several weeks! ?s now much improved. Miss .\nni<- Strlbllha, of Berryvllle, v.hn ha* tern spandins some time in I Kew York, is ihe guc'iX of friends in !thls rlt>. I Mr. and Mrs, John Skelton Williams rave gone to New fork for a stay of several days. Miss Rossic Catlett. of Lexington, who has horn the guest of Miss blliza heth Preston here. Is now visiting hoi grandmother, Mrs. Daniel, in Charlotte. Miss Gertie King, who has heen quite ?iek at her home, !>'J'.' West Marshall Street, is now Improving, PINEHURST ISpe< lal to The TImcs-Dlspatch. 1 Plnehurst, N. e., March 16.?Mldsea son affairs have rounded arut a full we, !<. perfect sprint; days giving add ed Interest to outdoor sports and re? creations, with Interest centred In the annual living pictures ^ivon at the Carolina In ai.-l of the Village Club charitable fund, ?Inder the direction ol Miss Caroline Fuller, of New York, who has so successfully managed the affairs In the past. Perfectly carried out to minute detail, the program was an artistic treat nm soon to he for? gotten, Including "ttgures" of all-na? tion types and heads of famous mas? terpieces For the Immediate future th<- Village Club Kit mess of all-nation dances in nat've costume, the. Village Club open ?ir feie, n native "fiddler's conven? tion/' ami the annual tin whistle, din? ner are planned, preceding the annual spring cotillion and the usual COUCS trlari gymkhanas planned for the last week of March. The number of arrivals who conic to remain through April is taxing the capacity of the village. QMS ON'S The Test of Time More than a half century of corset making, following "glove-fitting" ideas exclusively our own, has given to All Steel s Guaranteed FREE from RUST CORSETS the acme of durability combined with restful ease to the wearer. No other corsets have survived the test of tb_-ee generations of American women?no other corsets have reached every cor? ner of the world with their popularity. There must be a reason--we call it the 1 4 Glove-Fitting9 9 reason At all dealers?$1. to $5. GEORGE C. BATCHELLER & CO, N?rw York Chicago San Franciioas