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Summer la upon us. and wide hatF gnd sheer muslin gowns are to lie tnurh In evidence at the outdoor func? tions that will very properly take the place of formal indoor ontortalnments, Now Is Just tho time of the year thai everybody you know Is to be seen drinking tea after the must approved Kngl'sh fashion at the Country Club. Delightful little pnrtiea have been given out there all we?k. Lots of tho girls take then hits of sewing out to the clubhouse, in the morning and stay Cot lunch, and there are swimming pel lies and tennis parties enough to Interest any one. Summer frocks are the sweetest in the world, and soft mull? with rosy pink bonnets are quite a pretty touch to the cliLb. terrace every afternoon. Society people have loudly bemoaned the weather, and many have been known to stop in the midst ot all me packing away of winter hangings to ?ender if it really wire the wisest things .lust now to open the big coun-l try estate for the summer. Haiti is a j dismal thing to stand stranded In a lovely home when the latest thunder storm has blown out the telephone and the nearest neighbor Is in exactly tho: sacc charming position. But sunshine is with us to stay, and the gayest sort] et times imaginable are to go on fori the month of June. The season at ihe lircenbr'er White' Sulphur Springs and at the Virginia' Hot Springs docs not properly begin until the lattei part of July, and tew I Richmond people will ge there before then. A large contingent ot Richmond people have cottager at moth places, ar.d mere Is always a charming "inter Change Of hospitalities. John P. Branch, will occupy his cot-; tafte at the White for the season where! he will be polned later for a several | 'weeks' stay by Mr. and Mrs. .lehn Kerr] 'Branch, whose, country home is on the) Hudson. The Dunns will open thclrj cottage at the Hot some time In June, and .Mis. Oeorge Cole Scott and Mrs. j Sidney BufonU Jr., will probably Join! tiiflr parents there. Miss 1'rances Scott always spends a part of every! summer season at the Hot, going later! to White Sulphur. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Scott and) their child: en will go abroad for the summer months, sailing from Now York in July. Their country place.' ?itoyal Orrhaid," in Albemarlo coun-j l>. is to undergo extensive repairs be-i fore It is ready for occupancy. Mr. and Mrs. It. Hughes Lindsay and I the'r daughters will sperm the sum-| Hier in the Adlrondacks, and will en-| l.rlain a number ot guests at their' place there. ' Commencements and their attendant! festivities will soon claim the atten-j 11011 of the younger set and take the! girls around the country to most of, the big colleges. The dances given nil Hi als are always particularly brilliant! and Interesting functions, and the girlsl attending them are always delightful-j .iy entertained. Home Wedding. Mrs. Robert Clark announces the] Blamage of her daughter, Gertrude) Esiellc, to Benjamin Krankin Dew, thel ct lemony having taken place on Sat-j uiday morning. May 25. at her Home In Glnter Park. The Rev. F.rnest Earlg Osgood, rector of Emmanuel Church, Brook Hill, officiated. The bilde wss attended by her sls ter, Mr.-. Julius Deining t'owles. of New VorK, as matron of honor, and Misses Adele Clark and Elisabeth Clay, brook Dew. as maids oi honor. Little .?..eiine Harmon Cbwles and Ernest Karle Osgood, Jr.. were flow.-r bearers. Mr. Dew had as his best mnn. Percy J.I Mall, of Ashland. The only guests pres. er.t at the ceremony were the mem? bers of the immediate families of the t.rlde and groom. Mr. au.1 Mrs. Dew will he at home after Juno l R, at fj21 Sr-mh Third Street Wilmington, N. C. Jn New York. Mrs. C. C. Walker left yesterday for dS'atv York City, where site expects to *pend the nrtxt ten days with her palldren. Mrs. Walker will be regis? tered at the llo'Jand House. Miss Re |.ccca Walker is a graduate nurse Of I st. Luke'.s Hospital, In that city, and! IL'arl Walker, is In business In New York. Ll'TVennnA- Lindsay "Walke-, [United SianVs" Navy, is also ju New lYork for a short stay. Entertained In Bristol. Mrs. Hal F. Lewis entertained very ?.charmingly Tuesday at her home In Bristol at a E o'clock tea, compliment? ary to h.Ai guests Mrs. 1). A. Ovcrfby, of Danville; Mrs. C. It. Phillips, of Richmond, and Mrs. .1 .in.es J}, Tat-, of Chllhowle, who are here to attend the jmoetlreg of the Gcnfral Assembly at the First Presbyterian church. The. hous.5 was attractively deco iirnt.?H with bouquets of gyrlngas and pink roses. Mrs. Richard Mitchell welcomed the ,j guests at the door. T?a was poured [in the llhrary by Mrs. T?te, who v.-as 1 sted serving by Mrs. Isarlore I McClcll?n and Mrs. .1. F. llloks The air.vr was delightfully Informal, :ntoi was attended b.v thirty of the spt ;clnl friends of (he v..>jtfSs. Luncheon in WnNhlngton. I Mrs. Thomas O. Chatard. of W3:>h I Ington. entertain ?,i a company at I luncheon Thursday in honor of Sirs. iJuilson Harmon, wife of the governor ! of Ohio, who 1.? spending the week In I Washington, Among the guests ask-d to n.: Mrs Harmon wer* Mrs. Isidor Rayner. wife of the Senator from Mary? land: Mr.?. Claude A. Swanson, wife of ; ? Senator from Virginia and a .former Governor of that State .lohn Powell l'nnccr?. The farewell concert to he given by .lohn Pnw^u nt the City Auditorium on Friday night will Im n. brilliant ro ciotj event. The list ,.f patronesses is a long and fashionable one. and In? cludes some of the most prominent women In Richmond. They nre: Mrs. Archi r Anderson, Mrs. Freder? ick Hahr, Mrs F. r>. Williams. Mrs. W. 1'. Thomas. Mrs. .lohn K'Tr Branch.' Miss CUIro Gulllaume. Mrs. Marv Do Witt Adams. Mrs. M. R, Mope, Mrs. W. A. Standard. Mrs. John M?nCC, Mrs E. V Valentine, Mrs. .1. W. Blair. Mrs. \V. C. Camp, Mrs. .lohn M. Taylor, Mrsi Henry Taylor. Jr.. Mrs. w. s ? Cambpell, Mis. .1. p. McGuir*, Mrs. it. II. Smith, .Mrs. Everett WAddcy, Mrs Hanmer Freeman. Mrs. W. T. ittedfl Mtv- It 0. l-Slrd. Mrs. Walter Williams, i Mrs. Tucker Cnrrlngton, Mrs. A. 1?. Camm, Miss Strlngfellow, Mrs. T Cary Johnson, Mrs Chiles Terrell. Mrs. Clif? ton Miller. Mrs. <\ w. iv Brock. Mrs, H. L Cahctl. Mrs. George Ben John? ston, Mrs. Edmund Striidwlck. Mrs H. T. Meioney. Mis W. s Gordon. Mis: Landonla Dashlell, Mrs. Arthur Scrlve-| nor. Mrs. G. It. Cannon, Mrs. W. 11.1 Talmer. Jr.. Mis. Hequcmburg, Mrs. beh Nash. Mrs. W. 11. Mann, .<lr.?. Langhorhc Williams, Mrs. George War-1 rcn, Misses Wortham, Miss Mary D. | Baughman, Mrs. William T. Oppen helmer. Miss V. R. Ellett, Mis Horace Smith, Mrs. Lewis II. Blair. Mrs. Wal? ter Mercer. Mrs. J. I. BUzztrri. Mrs.; Walter Jones, Mrs. C. P. Cuilot, Mrs. .1. S. Noble, Mrs. B. B. Valentine. Mia. 1 Granvlllc Valentine. Mis. Llnwnod An? trim, Mrs A. B. Gulgoh, Mrs. Con way I Gordon, Mrs. J. ?'. Robertson. Mrs. John MaUory, Mr*. George Alnsley, I Mrs. Bernard tluest. Mrs. G. A. Beck. Mrs. corge Jennings, Mrs'. Freeman I Dance, Mrs. Charles Witlock. .Mrs. H I, . Valentine, Mis. B. r Valentine, Mrs. John Lightfoot, Mrs. A'.'ison Hodges, Mrs. E. A. Hoen, Mrs. J. M. Brockenbrough, Mrs. Austin Brocken brough, Mrs. J. O. Corley. Mrs. Kern? est Cosby, Mrs. Eppa Hiinton, Mrs. C. V. Carrtngton, Mis. Hunter McGutre, Mrs. Kmma Rlel.v, Mrs. Robert Lan ? aster. Mrs. F.dward McCarthy, Mrs. Frederick W. Scott, Mrs. J. W. Jef? fries. Mis. W. E. Harris. Mrs. W. D. Cushman, Miss Zelle Minor. Miss Mary, Mall, Miss .Nannie Davis, Miss lleleir Stevens. Miss Juliet Lee, Mrs. A. .1.! Rattle. Mrs. Frank Duke, Mrs. Charles Seiden. Mrs. P. II. Mayo, Mrs. W. H. Psrrlsh, Mrs. Jeffrey Montague. Mrs. 11. <" Riely, Mrs. Lewis Williams,! Mrs George Bryan. Mrs .1. Stewart Bryan, Mrs. I. M. Cowardin, Mrs. Wll-i Ham F DeSauss?re, Mrs. James.R. Gor- ' don. Mis. S. 11. Itawes, Mrs. Jaeoh Reinhardt, .Mrs. M L Hough. Mrs.! (Ireer Baughman. Mrs Thomas At? kins. Miss Ellen OulgOn, Miss Reile Johnson. Mrs. W. A. Powers. Mrs., Meado T Spl< er, Mrs. Phillip Taiia-. ferro, Mis. St. r.eorge Anderson. Mrs. "I'h..mis W Carter, Mrs. F.. B. Thoma-' son. Mrs. .1. C. Metcalf, Mrs. Christ?; phnr Tompklns, Mrs. Meade >'laik. Misses Neddie. Miss Netting. Miss. Bally Greerthow, Miss tousle Morris. Ml.-s M'irie Lee Goodwyn, Miss Jane' Rutherford. Miss J It. V. Daniel, Miss St. George Bryan, Mrs. Per.itur Axteil,I Mrs. 1.. L. Lewis. Mrs, B. B. Munford. Mrs. Richard OJhnSOn, Mrs. Hugh Sklpwith, Mis F. M. Boykin, Mrs. Kp bert Leigh, Jr. Mrs. W. T. Robins. Mis. IV B. Tennant, Mrs. Frank D. 1 Mill. Mrs. .1. A. T. Gray, Mrs. J. H.l Dooley, Mrs John T. Anderson, Mrs.1 k 1:. Williams, Mrs. Edmund strud wlck, Mrs. II. I.. Cabell, Mr.?. W. H. White. Mrs. F.lUs Tnlbott, Mrs. <5ar-j reu Wall. Mrs. Philip Johnson, Mrs.. D. <:. Richardson. Mrs. Clarence Mill hisor, Mrs. Ike Thalhlmer. Mrs. Sam; l ohen. Mis. Alston Cabell, Miss Nannie Archer, Miss Nannie, Winston, Mrs. Gideon Davenport, Mrs W. I), Puke. Mrs Phil Tulla ferro, Misses Mende. Mis. Lewis Weltzell, Mrg. Roheit ?1. Cabnll, Miss Annie Rose ^Valker and: Mrs. Walter Christian. Recital Thursday. A recital will b? e'ven on Thursday Health and Beauty Answers ?IV MRS, MAE MAki \ S II, de W.: lf von will ?hsrnpoii 6c? ? ra.'ionally With r-1 atit canthrox you will! be <i-lighted on iiow quickly your dull,j brlttls, unmanageable tUir will become soft Mnd lUStrOUS .ItlJt dissolve a t?H-i ?poonful ranthr?x in a cup hu water s.nr) your shampoo is ready, Hub busk-, ly as you pour a little at a time on '.h", head and it Will dissolve every .:tom of' dun. dandruff and o\f MS oil. Ulrtslng leaves hsir and s'-aip Immaculately < lean and the hair then dries quickly and I evenly. , Oraee T.: I would nol advise taktr.g "patent" medicines, 1'our 'worn-put;' feeling and lack of appetlt - Indicate a sluggish, poison-laden eond'tlon of the blood, and the best and safi I thing ? which 1 know ts nh Old-fashioned k-.r lif ni> tonic, made hy dissolving ?? sugar In '-i pint alcohol, then adding 1 oriee knrd?ne and hot water t" make n quart. Tak ? h inblespoonfnl ...[.:, meals and In a sliort while the blood will be free from all poisons Nothing can take the place e,f this simple kar dene ton;" as a body-hullder and ?irength-giver for yotlth ? obi ag.-. Maude: ll would he a sham* t.. htdi tho beauties of violet hin? eyes behli . glasses, and 1 truly believe you ean avoid wearing them if you will us- |hl harmless, sti mgthenlng eye-tonii Inl a pint of cold, clear water dissolve.fin onfe crystos, then put 2 or Tl drop., in each eye dally. This simple erystoi tonic reduces Inflammation, overcomes the wntery rendition, and to Weak, '! ej^es gives strength and brilliancy, l-'oi removing foreign particles and taking out soreness tue crystos eye-tonle is tinsurpassed. Mrs. T. S: Cutting the ban-- on the cheek only encourages them to grot' thicker and heavier. Mix a little pow? dered delatone and w it.- and ? i . i hairy surface, then alter or 3 min \ites rub off, wash the skin and it wlli be left smooth, flirn and :. Tess. The nightly application of py roxtn to ey ibrows with finger-end w: : encourage a thick, silki . g Vou,r stubby lashes ran be made to grow long and curly if you apply pyroxln et laahroots with thumb and forefinger. .t?se care and don't get any pyroxln where no hair is wanted, ? C. T : No woman who priz?r here ?it. Ple\l'.n "ill think of choking th> skin's lungs with powder 01 greasy creams. Dissolve i oncei fpurmax In Vi pint witch h a zo) i or hot water), th?n add i\ tcaspoonf nls glycerine sind you wllll have a ."tir-n far superior to no* and at ? trifling cost. The ipurrnax] lotion should he applied sparing!*.' and: rnhb?-l ligh'ly until it dries. It is in-'. ".isihle when on. i laanses the sklr. of imtoirtf.es an'l gives to rhe :ompl?xlon a refinement and gentility truly de? lightful. This does not r'ih ht Slow oft and perspiration felts to spot or f.'!'elk It. j R I, T . * I trequently advis? t,ie use of .1 qulnzolh hs.lr*tonle beoause of the VeVy t.r-r.e!,-!a) effect, following Its use. I T> preparp It. add 'i pint water to -~ pint alcohol, then pone in 1 e.r.. e ejtiln-j r.oin. The s^alp should he ir.HHano! with this a? l as? <,n<i > week a f?wi treatments stop" falling r.*ii ai d restore the original gloss and soft flufTln?-?*. - It especially ftne to banish dandruff rthd encourage a healthy growth of] long, thick. hrlUI'iht Italr. tgne* i .i appreciate you* grateful fueling toward in - .'.r Sjgge'ting "' burn u skln-lotion (2) Your weight ? ? isual, ton that need not worry you, tor i. luclng it is a ?li.j ie m<t(?r >t you unr. narrtotl* in i junta hot water dissolve t onefis : ?.-.? vilt. sr.d wh? ? i' Cools take * tableipdonful before. e?' n meal This i? H iuti..i?n. Inexpensive fat-dlssvl vant, and while It <, pvs.f-.ve. Its fiction I? ?0 getltl* that j,'/t iK" Slightest inconvenience i? s <, e.j ; i his method ? - ??? ? ? ?, and |thc skin smooth and clear I SI. I?:- With tint approach of euoirner It Is necessary to safeguard tr.* ?aio. ; against frei '?)'? tai am.?? ? n This', lean be done by '".hg .; simple >lmoC(df> I cream-Jell j on the >?. n< '? sod arms : befors retiring at night. '?>??? In Ota ! morning applying ? ipurrna* lottos ? f?.r j formula, nt >? answei to * T ' ?? Tho I nlmoxoln .cregm-Jeilj leans*! the ?*ir? } of pore-dirt hlackhradi ?r.-? o-?, r nhrltles and gives ti li ? rose <;ni ar.di VelV. tv sofllleiiw. ?t ; ? ,. ?./;.* .;,,//? I teCtlng It axalr.x ? ravage* Of the i sun's rays. To make the ilr/t'>ts>in\ ream-Jelly diesil-.? I nnr* ,..*??/' ? pint cold rs'e .. t .\ teaspcor.fu',? g'.j <?.-..-.i I A Sale of Trimmed Hats Caused by Contractor's Delay $3,98 for Trimmed Hats That Sold at for Trimmed Hats That Sold at $10.00 $7.5Q for Trimmed Hats That Sold at $15.00 A sale out of the ordinary awaits Richmond Women and Misses here To-Morrow. We had anticipated being in our-new building for early spring business, and bought accordingly, but owing to unavoidable de? lays of the contractors we were disappointed. The building is now in readiness to move into. Before doing so, we desire to clear out every Hat in stock, if price reductions is any factor in closing them out quickly (before moving in). This sale comes at an opportune time?just when you need it most. The collection comprises Tailored Hats, Hats tV>r afternoon, carriage wear, dinner and evening wear. No one who has any need of a Trimmed Hat should miss this sale. "veiling; by the violin pupils of Mrs. Hcriucmbourg nt the V. M. c A. nudl torluin, corner of Seventh nnd Grace Streets, at S o'clock. The children taking part In the program arc from live years of age and up. and some ot the work Is qu'te advanced- Th< program will be a very attractive one and the recital an Interesting oc? casion. At the Woman's Club. There will be a social me?tlng nt the Woman's Club to-morrow after? noon from j lo > o'clock At 5:30 a short vocal program will be given ),v Mrs Thomas Douglas Chenault, of Madison county. Kentucky, whose sweet voice was heard at the club a >es,r ago. when sho was M'r-s Kath erlnc Hart. Interest Inc (>romiinr. Richmond ?"hapfr. United Paucrh tera of the Confederacy, presented a Confederate flag and a handsome POI trait of Coneral -1- E. R- Stuart to ihn William P. Kox s-hool Friday morning. Dr A. B. ?'bandler presided and Dr. Young, of Centenary Metho idlst Church opened the ceremonies w'th a prayer. The flap for the chap? ter fas pres"ntei| by Mrs. Norman V. Randolph in the name of Mrs I1. .1. White, and in h^r own charming way Mrs. Randolph pnl'l a loving tribute to Mrs. Tlmberl&ke. In whose memory the Hag was Ktven. Dr. Chandler ac? cepted the flag In behalf of the school, and mad" a very pleaslne address. Th flag was returned to Mrs Randolph, who gnvo a "rebel yell." She was presented with an armfui of red and white roses by Mrs. T. W. Kern, chair? man of the program committee. The children then sang "Plxio" very en t hus'ast leal ly. Mrs. R. A. RlennT then presented the picture of Gineral Stuart on be? half of Mrs. D. A. Brown, nnd It was unveiled by little Anne Cordon Br?k en brough, a great niece of the gallant Stuart. Mrs. Belnner tol<l the. chil? dren the story of how- Stuar. lost his life 'n defense of the women and .-h'-ldren of Richmond. Tho picture was accepted by the assistant princi? pal. F, K. Craves. Mr. Sanders being' al sent from the city. Many Daughters were present nnd a number came i vor from Petersburg i lo attend the ceremonies, it was a roost interesting occasion. Organ Hrcltal. An organ rec'.lal under the direction of Philip Powers and Ernest Cosby will be give.-., to-morrow even'ng. in Crnce Episcopal Church, at Foushoe and Main Streets. The recital promises to h? a musical event of first Importance and a splendid pro? gram has he?n arran. ed. A supper v ill be served following the concert in the Sunday school room by the Junior Auxiliary. All interested are cordially Invited to attend ,\? ihr An Club. Tn? Ust talk of the, present session of th* Aft School was held last Tuesday afternoon, wh?n John P. Munce mad*, a most ;nt?.-?s'ing and valuable ad? dress on th* poetry and sona.? of that *-r*!ii Irishman, Tom Moore. Mr. M ? kr.'"Wl*dsre> of his subject, s?5n?/i to his genial humor, made this % n occasion long to be rememfberid, and hl? audience was d*llgv-t*d with in? mar."-' beauties which the speak-*r pasted i>?for?- its mental vision. Th? ;*c'ur*r made it plain that the motive r/t Moore't poetry snd ballads was love Of his neighbor and love for th? :nu?* which Inspired him to so many charm r r,if Tore. Moor* stands unique h :.<.:ij; th* poets of t'^e world In that he <.on?*re a.?. tt r. i? f>?me upon th* htitn-] bi?st welk? oi ;!fe and Idealises th* t everyday pe>yple snd lycidenta con :.*.? ted with their lives Tne date f'.r Closing this school Is! to net! a' band that it has "been de-, < not to hay<) another Tuesday talk. There :? now on exhibition at the Art ' roptht a novel display of stencil] work ori f?.brlc*. which will well re pi careful nepoctlon, for here are Idea* developed which fir./j ready eppl;e?t'.oii- \', Interior decoration, and. showing what strides have. be*n I made by th* closes In this depart n.i ? ? ot TiMU W.ttn. The decoration of r'.r. a ivws of almost Infinite *nr'.*.'.:\ snd l,?r* '.tn b* seen th* eon- \ v? - ? 1 /. r.g 'if i"i mar,??? ev-ryday oh. ;? ?? II :? readily understood how' r, isblt *' * fdt?c?41oh on these lines ? ?)**? has becom*. Beveral mem o?? of ;;.? e-,^?? ha-VC exj.r'SKea. |n4 inlerrllon Of continuing the work Ihro .???? *nofh?r year ".-.? 'vtr.9'.*'';4 list 'it ?-oik done by t'n* junior *r.d infant f!???? ??,; the , Art ttbeo'l for ths pist yen.- rho-.vn \'.:.tc ws? si first art'#c.p3ted, and an' inspection of the walla of the Art CluV, j serves as the best evidence that not! only the teaching methods, but the ability of the scholar." baa newr btvn , at so high a stage as at present. Modeling- from jlfr? has al.vo played l a not unimportant part In the curricu? lum of the Art School, as can be seen ? In the three figures modeled from life i now on exhibition at the clubi One of 1 these is a seated figure, showing orlg-! tnality and faKh fulness t > nature, and I two ligurcs modeled from iFc in the I nude show unusual e'-collence. I ".n gage men t A union red, Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Dodamead,j of Norfolk, have announced the en- j gagement of their daughter, Olm J Brockcnbrough. to Toon Harold Saul, I of Denver, Col. Tlie marriage will I tako place early in .June. Oh account of recent mourning In the fam'ly of is* brlde-clool, tlie wedding will be a very quiet one. Pupils' It cell al. Tho menlt>?TS of Miss Annie Louise Kelnhardt's violin class will give a re? cital at the Woman's Club on Monday j evening at 8:1S o'clock. No cards have ?her-n sent out. and all who are Inter- ! ested are lnvlfd to he present. The pupils taking part |n the program that has been arranged for tho evening will be Misses Allene Kuflln. Grace Alley, Sielen .lo'nnston, Lucille Lacy, Elisabeth Brokenhrough, H'-len HlCkeraon, Bllsa bel i .McLean. Margaret Phillips, lsa h'-iie F?lle)*, Meno Lovenstelh, Horace Dobbins, "William Anderson, Lachlan McLean and Russell Howies. SIL er Wedding. Mr nnd Mrs. Adam Fdtlg celebrat? ed the twenty-llfth anniversary of their marriage last Monday evening at their home. I'll Fast Main Street. It was a very delightful affair, and Hcv. i . II, Mancsky read the ceremony In the presence of a largo gathering or relatives and friends. The entire house WM prettily arranged with jialms and vases of ros. s and spring flowers on thu mantels. Supper was served In the dining room, which was also decorat? ed with flowers. Some of the guests ,frrm a distance present were Mr. ami I Mr* Louis Gunlock, of Pittsburgh, ra.. cousins of Mr. and Mrs. Eeltig. Follow? ing supper music and games amused the guests until a late hout. Meeting T?->lorrow. I There will bi an Important meeting ;of the In the Service of the King Cir? cle of King's 1 laughters al tho home of Mrs. W. Ii. Roy, 511 North Tweniy I sixth Streer, to-morrow afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. A full attendance Is de? sired. I . I). C. l".tciir?'on. Mm. Samuel W. Williams, chairman of ilie moonlight excursion to be given June t; ur..i'-r the direction or tno Klcn-j mend Chapter, United Daughters of tue. Confederacy, Una appointed the fol? lowing committees: Tickets?.Mrs. c. O. Wright, Mrs, Stephen Beveridge, Mr? N V. Randolph, Mrs. JameB <irlgK. I Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Mrs. Hampton ? Fleming, Mr? Walker Kern. Refresh? ments?Mrs ,lo :i Hauer, Mrs. C. D. Bl lett, Mrs Nelson Powell, Mrs. 1*. J. White, m,s j. A- Brown, Miss wettle j Elllyson, Mrs Gordon Wright. Street ladverilsing?m . \v. w. Huntiey. Mrs. Robert Sydnoi Candy?Mrs. C. W. Massle. Cak< arid sandwiches?Mrs. 3, rl. Capers, Jr., .Mrs. S. W. Williams. !Mis. Ciaren Sydnor, Mrs. Thomas. : J ohm >n, Mrs seaton. Mrs. Louis j Helndl. Mrs Kettle Mclngl'-- i Open Summer iit-at. "Summer Rust" will be opened ns, usual hy Mrs George A, Barksdale. ot| this Pity, a summer months. Mrs. Barksdale will ..pen Summer Rest on I the first day f July. ; Al the v. w . ? . .\. ' ' The at.f the Young Wnman'.* Christian > tion this afternoon at 5:80 o'clock will he the final Sunday' service il i . -,ty Centra this spring.' The theme will he "Our Association," and the ?'. ? ? lents and interests will bi dlB ussed by the secretaries ?nd; j workers In informal and practical; imannei Aftei this week regular ves I pei services will be held at tho Out I Ing Centre i lUchrndnd Hall. In Glnter ! 1'ark. 1 Uns Holders for SnrVty Clrctis. The i si of . ..v. hoUlers for the So elet; lhat wltt be given for Pine Camp i ? week-.'.begltinlng Tu-s-' day, Is n vei fashion* bio one. The nffnli is k ven under the (auspices of the din tors r.l Pine Camp* with Mrs. "John Skett n Williams. ciaitfnbin. aim Ihn Wo. Club of Ghuer Park. performance** ??ay be obtained from Mrs. C. C. Plnvknoy. so tvl i IVe already tnkV'n boxjs ?' ? ' Govi ior of Virginia,, Mrs. J. Tayloi KllysoM, Miss Eran.-es* Scott, M and Mrs ??"red Scott, .folgt Korr Branch, Willard, Mrs. tfleorge Cole Scott, Mrs John SkeltonV Wile Hams. Mrs GranvllVs Valentine. I Mrs. Martha Valentin.?, Mrs. John Sti*5?art For Sweet Charity Sake Do not fail to attend the Society Circus, for benefit of Pine Camp, on next Tuesday and Wednesday. Charming Summer Frocks and Tailored Suits Unrivaled in Beauty, Variety and Newness DISPLAYED TO-MORROW Comparison Best Proves Our Claims Fashion loving women and misses who desire to he correctly informed of the new imer modes in FROCKS, SUITS, HATS, etc., can't afford to miss this display. summer Nobby Morning Dress r>f cither French linen or pique; collar, cuffs and pcplum of scalloped embroidery, with patent leather belt; vrry smart and rhir; spe- QQ Stylish Plain Stripe Voile Dresses, now <?<?! popular: collar and < if(~ of white net, finished whh bill-, trimmed in crochet button?; two fold* on shirtj; Mark and white, navy, light blue, tan and pink; 98 Very Pretty Dress of Allover Embroidery, daintily trimmed in Chantily and Val. lace; a dress ffQO that is effective anil smart; special.?5/ ?/0 Exceptionally smart and of unusual value Voile Dresse-, square neck, waist, skiit and sleev in Cluny lace, tucked deep around the hip C 1 M Oft to give the straight line cfiert; -pecial. "?5 1 UeVfU Dainty Afternoon and Evening Frock of net cm broidery on a net foundation, low neck and shor1 sleeves, crush girdle and rosette of soft colored mcs- O 1 /l CA saline; special. HO.JU i re these t rimmed S5.98 Cool, Summer)', Stylish O.ish, French nnd Ramie Linen Suits, five Styles to choose from, Norfolk effects, with and without yoke, strictly tailored models others with wide rcvers and tuffs of ratine, all colors; special. Strictly Tailored Suits of imported Kamie linen and French crash, straight cut coots, set in pockets, trimmed iti good qtialit) pearl buttons; in white, oys- C 1 ft ft ft ter and tan; special. . wl"?l/U Every woman and mis,* has need of one or more Wash Skirts these summer days These we offer tomorrow are made of good quality English rep and frl CA pique, fastened side from, and only . o 1 ?J'l A shipment of -IS Beautiful Xct, Lingerie and Em? broidered Dre.-v-es just received. Bought from a fine manufacturer, who raters only to the best trade, and dosed their, out to us at unusual reductions \Vc pass the saving along to you. Prices range from $22.50 to. $29.50 Lingerie Hats for the Summer Girl Wp have assembled the prettiest collect ion o Lao Fiats its ever been our pleasure to show. The styles arr .-so varied thai every one will find ihr Hat she desires here. Designers have gone hark to ihr past for inspiration showing the Mandarin, I'okr, Charles IV., Char? lotte Corday and many other shapes. Trimmed beautifully in silk, satin bows and rosettes and other prcttv effects. Come and view this display of Lace Summery Hats. Prices range from $4.98 up.' Vs J Dainty Neckfixings Just received a collection of Pretty Xeck Fixings that arc OUt uf the ordinary?Xeck Fixings that are a pleasure to wear, and that gives that finish to a suit or dress that smart dressers so desire. Prices arc attractively low. The new Robespierre Collars of ratine, pique and net, with plaited jabot ends, ecru and JTA white; up from. DUC Heavy Allover Ecru Lace Collar and Cuff JT Sets for dresses; special, per set. / O C Square Mesh Collar and Cuff Sets, edged with Cluny lace, in round, square and pointed ef- CA fects; special. OUC The new Pierrot Collar and Cuff Sets of plaiied shadow la<-c and net, edged with Val., wide & 1 AA plaited cuff of same; special, per set.II eUU Kayser Silk Gloves Wc have handled these Gloves for many years, and wc know what they are. Profit by our experience, and buy Kayscr's when buying Silk Cloves. Kayser Two-Clasp All-Silk ,Dotible Tipped f?r\ Gloves, in black, white and pongee; special. . . ?5UC 12-Button Kayser Double Tipped Silk sir Gloves, in black and white; special at. / D C Kayser 16-Button Silk Gloves, in all the newest shades; the glove that finds no equal, at . Heavy Silk Double Tipper) 16-Button Gloves, in black and white, that are unusually strong fi? | CA ancl never wear out; special. wl*Ju $1.00 f NEMO CORSETS These popular Corsets are gaining in favor every day with dressers who wish t, rectly gowned. The symmetry, the comfort, the firmness of the materials the strono hi pliable, boning, the fashionable lines, and with the Nemo Self-Reducing Bands frr t people, all these advantages are found in the Nemo Corset, at prices sure to please ' Nemo Self-Reducing Corset, for tall and medium stout figure?, Nemo self-reducing front, long skirl, with bands of clastic across hip, low bust and under arm; special. ?5?3?UU Nemo Auto Massage Self-Reducing Corset, with medium bust, long back, for the average CA stout figure; special. wO?\J\J Nemo Self-Reducing Corset for the stout figure, low bust and under arm, long skirt, with Lastikop's limb -haping extensions, six hose support- QQ Nemo "Incurve Rack," with medium bust and tinder arm, - improved self-reducing front, with elastic gores, six hose supporters; spe- QQ V? J Bryan, Mrs. Henry Baskervllle, Mrs.! Thomas Nelson Carter, Ashton Starke. Mrs. Llndsey, B. O. Leigh, Jr. Mrs.! Barton Grundy, Mrs Randolph Wil? liams. Mrs. William Massle. Mrs. Jfoad ley. Mrs. Wall. Mrs. .lohn I?. Potts, Mrs. John T. Anderson. T. L. Moore, Mrs. John Coke, Jr.. Mrs. Bdward Wil? lis. Mrs. William Habits ton, Mrs. J-"rank Powers. Mrs. Blmor? Ilolchklss. T. C, Williams, Henry Anderson. Mr. Suing-j fellow. Mr. und Mrs. Jonathan Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Pinckn'-y. A J res? IHiino. Mrs. Hinan, of St. Louis, Mo., has announced the mnrrlnge of her daugh-l ter, Helen, to John Bdward Ayres, of! Itlehmnnd. Tho ceremony took place very quietly Tuesday evenfhg, August I fi. 1911, with the Riv. J. J. Head olfl elntlng. Mr. and Mrs. Ayres are now living In Minneapolis, Minn. In and <>?< of Torrn. Mrs. Augustine Royal) has returned to Richmond, after attending the Reid Miller wedding In Rowhntan last week Mrs. Juliet Chllton Keith, who has been the guest of General Scott Shlpp. In Lexington, has returned to Rleh innnd. Mrs. Samuel Oroanor Talbott and llt tlo daughter, of Columbus, Ohio, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs, Burnett Lewis here. Mrs. J. A. Davidson has returned to FarrnvHle nft,-r a visit to relatives nnd friends in Richmond. William King, who was recently of - ersted on at St. l'.lizahoth'r, Hospital for appondielt Is. has returned to his home at Brook Hill much improved. Major nnd . Mrs. James H.: Dooley will go abroad In June to spend the summer months traveling: on ths Con. tlnent. Mrs. J. P. Clayton,'of 18 North Lorn, barely .Street, who was operated on at tho Virginia Hospital recently, is now rapidly recovering. ? Miss Miriam Allen Turner,- of Rap pahannock county, who has been vis-1 Itlng relatives here, returned to her home on Wednesday. Miss Annlo Pariah Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Oeorgo Taliafcrro, in Bowling Green, after a stay of several months In Richmond. Governor ?William Hodges Mann haa been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. \V, .Little, In Norfolk, for a few days last week. M!6s Sallio Terrell, who has been) ?ContlnueTd~on Third Page) "