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Mrs J Mnon Miller and Miss ran?
nte Miller have returned to their
home on West Franklin otrect, ufter
attending the Miller-\\ neat wedding
In Staunten, which was a smart af?
fair of June. Miss Kannte Miller lias
been visiting also at j-or^_ Illley, Kan?
sas, where many bcnutitul functions
were given In her honor. Miss Mar
K.irci Miller is the guest of Mrs. David
English Dallnln In Oermantown. La
tei she- will join Mrs. Miller, and tney
will all spend the summer months at
Biddcford Pool. Maine,
On Wednesday. June IS. the Mont
rote Presbyterian Chapel, Montrose
Heights, was the scene of one of tue
most interesting weddings of the
season, when .ulss Hannah Holling*
worth. the youngest daughter of'Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Holling worth Kar?
rend, became the bride of James Mich?
ael Gsrber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kred
11 Garber. of Richmond, The chan- j
eel and altar were decorated With
palms and potted piantB.- At 6 P. M. !
the opening strains of the Lohengrin
wedding march, rende d hy Mrs. W.
W. French, nnnonnced tue approach
cf the bridal attendants. The grooms
rr.?n wen- Karl Black, F. j-. Garber,
Jr.. Wallare Bsllsrd, Thomas H. Far
rand, Jr. The brlde.-maius were Misses
Elizabeth Garber, Louise Hooper.
Maude Duke und Lottie Garber. Tney
wore exquisite dresses of melnn-srnde
meteor, wiih flchues of real lace, and
cr.rried sheaf bouquets of sweet peas
the shade of their g- wn* and tied
with green tulle bowsV-'The mat i on
of honor was Mrs David rrahcli Doo
ly, eldest sister to the bride, gowned
In orchdl meteor and chiffon blVibrold
ered In Toa.rls and pastille shades,
carrying a sheaf bouquet of lavender
sweet pens tied with green tulle.
Miss Josephine, the youngest sister
of the groom, und Miss Gladys Virgi?
nia Dooly, nlere of the orlte, as .flow
er f-lrls, wore daintly little lingerie
frr'.'s of embroidered ballte, with
sashes and ribbons of mele.n shade.
They carried baskets, from which they
scattered rose petals along the bridal
path Her gown was u handsome
mode] In white Charmeuse,"with a roul j
lace fichu caught up with or 8 n gel
blossoms,, which also artrtrnrd the Ju,"
Uette cap of lace. Her flowers were
a shower bouquet of lilies Of the val?
ley. The groom, attended by his best
man, William Grau-, rf-al tue brido.
at .the altar. The ceremony was per?
formed by the Rev. R. f>. Bggleston,
of Third Presbyterian Church. After
a trip through the 1 orth? .dr. and
Mrs. James M. Garber will make their
future homo In Richmond.
I IrniiDK?'Irving.
Miss Mclund Elizabeth Irving,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. liv?
ing, of Cartorsvllie, Va.. will bu mar?
ried this week to Kulton Fiske Flem?
ing, of Carters vllle, the wedding to
take place on Wednesday. June -?.
Miss Prick's Musical.
Miss Frlck'S Music School held Us
commencement exercises In tho John]
Marshall Auditorium last Tuesday]
< v. nlng. Those taking part were:
iii.-ses Blanch Crdwder, Leoha Cnumon,
Irma Miller, Dora Henry, Ethel Black?
burn, Gladys Ford, Louise Jurden, Kuth.
Baxter, Ruth Eckl'cg, Alma Clark. Olllol
Weis, Ethel Napier, Annie Thurston,
Losa Couora. 1'uiinlc Winston. Vlrgle!
Metzger, Florence Caunion. Ida Cap-1
li.ii, Anna Bloom, Lillian Choppell.l
Ester Bloom. Florence Hamilton. Edith)
Jurden. Sophie Bloom. Minnie Tenner,]
Mary Clark; Lizzie Luhne r. Acnes
Mrdermayc.-, Gia<?e Tr.xlcr. Ada May.
i'.ckios, Roberts James, Mamie Wey-|
mouth, liebe Stahl. Josephine King.'
Alice Blanton, Corinne McGrogor, Hazel
Torrcnce, Estclle Clarke, Edith Wln-j
burn. Ethsl Tlmhions, Dori3 Urban,
Horace Bryant. Miss Inez Wnodnll:'
Messrs. Harry Ca plan, Wllbert Frlck.
J. G. Corlcy awarded the medals as
follows; Mies Corinne McOregor, first;
t-rade. Misses Annie Bloom. Florence;
Hamilton. Ester Bloom, Robbie James,
second grade; Misses Sophie Bloom andI
Allna Clarke, third grade. ..For Im-1
provement Misses Minnie Kenner, Edith
Jurden and Mary Clar't. For cists
work, Harry Ca plan, and for best work
during the y,.j,r. MIsicS Mamie W< i,
r.iouth and Josephine King, For ex*
trelses and scales, Miss Irma Miller
received distinction, and the Corleyl
medal for greatest ndvancemcnt over
tlie whole tchool was awarded to Mils
Louise Jurden.
llelurned in Wilmington.
Mrs. v. ('. Kmplo, nocompnnled hy'
ber son. Adam-Empie, has returned to.
her homeJnTJtfJInfthgtoh, North fan...
Una, after a stay of ten days In Rich-,
mohd. the. guests of Miss Lucy Lily 1
Temple, on West Grace street.
1 rntrrnll} Convention.
An event of Interest in college and
soriety circle throughout Virginia
V.'ill be the sixth biennial convention'
ut the ?.eta Tau Alpha Fraternity, to
be held at the, Chomberlin Hotel. Old
Point Comfort. Wednesday, Thursday
fend Friday of this w , . k. liver 100
delegates and visitors Irom fourteen
chapters scattered through the col-!
leges and universities of the South
sr.d West will be in attendance. The!
.-.lumnao chapters at Karmvllle and
Richmond, together with the active,
chapter "at Randolph-Maenn Woman's
'.College. Lynchhurgi win be hostesses.
The three days of the convention
will he full of business fur the delt -
Fates, but Sufficient time will be spate.]
for several dcllgRtflll social fea?
tures. Ain^ng these will he a reccp*
tlon-dance at the Chnmberltn Th?rs
day night, and ih? biennial banquet ?.f
the fraternity Krldaj night, at which
V.isa Cornelia Macin. of Richmond,
will he MaMmlMress. Saturday will
be spent In a trip up Ihe James River
tc- Rlehmonel. with stops at Brandon,
Westover and Jamestown.
Rt-hmond /.eta Tau Alphas, most ef
whom will attend the convention, in
elude: Misses Is.ahc| Walker. Cornelia
Magill, Caroline Holladay, Josephine
Youthful, Wrinkleless
Skin Easy to Have
/Klherta R?li !:i Woman's Tribune.)
Ton who desire to retain n youthful np-j
r,?aranrc will dp to make the acquaint?
ance of t!ie two simple, hut valuable, prt ?
script Ions here giver
To make an effective wrlnkle-chasci ml?
? n ounce o' ?.ivr.lltv und a half-pint wit i,
hazel. Bathe the face In the solution?
Imrnedlately every wrinkle i* affected, it
acts wonderfuiiy on sagging turui must lea
also, the lotion possessing remarkable
??trtngi nt and lohli properties,
To get rid of .in accd. faded or dlseolorrd
complexion.'buy an ounce of eominon iht r
rollzed wax nt any drugstore anil apply
nightly as you would <?,:d cream', erasing
ihls mornlnfu? With soap end .wator. Till?
vlil slowly absorb the undesirable surface
siklrii revealing ?th? younger, brighter,
healthier skin underneath, t V.noxr of ruh.
lng lo equal this treatment as a fa> is: r?.
25c Box Fine Toilet Soap'.
18c at
McLcod, Mnry mill Ann Urner, Helen
I Baker, Mattie Brown, Mr.ry mw? Ty
| ler, l.oren? Ro>d Mason. Alice Welsh.
Lie Bernioro Smith, Virginia Binfoid,
t'cachy Harrison, Mrs. Hudson Phil?
lips Hoctl and Mrs. Charles A. Taylor,
Zota Tau Alpha was established at
the Virginia Stale Normal, I'&rin
I vlllc, und was chartered b} the Vir?
ginia legislature In ISPS. .Since then
it has grown to be one of the most |n
?tuentls] Greek letter societies in tlie
college world, and through its oirlclal
magazines "Themis" has established
mi enviable record, it is :i member1
of the National Pan Hellenic Con
! ferencci trjhitcli is composed of dele
-gates from a'l accredited national |
sororities and whl h meets at Chicago
every autumn for ih?- purpose of set?
tling question of interest to Greek
letter *o, letlca In general.
'i he graul chapi?) oftlcers of the j
fratemio are i>r Mi; Agness Hop-;
kins, of Hosten, president; Miss Grace |
lordsn, of Forrest City, Ark. vice
president. Mis Jmii-s I Hnue. of
Farmvllle, \*n . f'-rnar? . Miss Mary
L* Patrick, of Marlon, Als. treasurer;
Mii-s Margaret Preston bevy, of Tex
aikana. Tex. editor of Themis; and
Mrs. V\. IS. Davis, of Jelllco. Tenn..
Ztti Tau Alpha ha? --h?rtere- at the j
frtllow'ng colleges nnd universities: I
Judson rollege. Randoph-Macon Wo
man's Colege, University "f T"nn'f???. '
Bethany College, University of Arkan-j
snp. University of Texas. Southwestern
University, Drory foliage. University i
? 'f Alabama. Brenan College, Weslean !
? 'ollege. Boston University, Baker |
Un'verslty, and University of so'ithe rn i
Invitations have been received to'
the- wedding of Miss Evelyn Martin.;
daughter 01 br. and Mrs. Riehaid!
Satiudcrs Martin, of smart. Va . to pr. I
George Thomms Divers, of BuenaI
Vista. The marriage will take placet
'n the Methodist church, on the after-j
noon of Wednesday. June 24. A re- !
ccptlon w ill be given nt tii" beide s I
home. "I'alrvlcw." on Tuesday oven- I
ing. Miss Martin Is entertaining a I
house parly Ibis week, and has as
ln-r guest Mir-ses Mildred Johnson, i
.?lary Robertson, Emma and Henrietta
Divers, 1.111s "West. Lillian anil Serena j
Daltoil, Mrs. A. .1. Slmms. Mlsj Minnie I
Slmms. Many lovely functions have
been given in honor of the bride, and
her guests Miss Martin was oducnted
at the Woman's College, in this city.
Miss Ito.vnll VIsltlBg in Mar? loud. ?
Miss Emily Royall, of West Frank?
lin Street, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
.lohn AVyntt Wight at *Wlldwood."
their beautiful country Jaoinc in tho
Green Spring Valley.
Ytctlilliig lu\ItntloDS.
Mr. and Mis. William -'allies Tyler,
of this city, have Issued invitations to
the man l?ge of their daughter. Miss
Aliens Gertrude Tylor to Henry Kd
ward Besehen, on Wednesday morn?
ing, June l!ti. The ceremony will takn
place at it o'clock, at S311 Chnflln
street. Richmond.
l)a\ Is?Phillips.
Mrs. Henry Franklin Phillips has
issued invitations to the marriage of j
her daughter, Miss Elsie L*iutsa j
- 'lll'ps .md Bevcrley Henderson J
Davis, of Puiaskl, the wedding to I
take plare on Saturday evening, June ,
-!', at '.< o'clock. I
Mr. and Mrs, linlllng's ftreUal.
In the June recital of Mr. and Mrs.]
Holling the following pi'P'ls took part:
nianton, Lillian Plan->gan. Longest.
Davis, Briggs. Estella, Richardson.I
Brlsondine, Mr. Jobson, Fi ts Wilson, I
F.llse Flnnnagan, Smith. Rott. Freda'
I'lets. Norma Deitz. F. Rrown. 11.
Brown .Harris, Quarles, Alice Mitchell,
.s-oil. Acree, Roberta Mitchell. He. |
bring, Evelyn Richardson, Rlnswanger.j
Clay, Will, Acree. Weinberg, YVoo<l-|
ward, Renne. Clcndotl, nibble. Boiling.
A portion of the program wm as fol?
Pielude .Rachmanlaoff
KatneilUOt Ostrow .Rubinstein
Invitation to dance.... Wcber-Hcuselt
Miss Roberta Mllcbell.
Ungarische .Scharwenkn
Gerseuae .Grlog
lieludc in I> flat.Chopin
Miss Brizendine.
Valse. Op. 42. in A flat.Chopin
N'achtshuck .Schumann
Octavo Etude .Wm. Boiling
Winston Bollln.
Barcarolle .Mendelssohn
Miss F. Dletz. i
Concert mazurka .B. D. Boiling
Ml. s Woodward.
Serenade .Schubert |
Miss Evelyn Richardson
Octave Etude .Kullak
Tremolo .Goctschulk
Miss I/lllinn Flanagan.
Atyrricnnc Valse .Wollenhanpt
Miss Hilda Will.
Valse .Gurlltt
Mis-; Hstellc Richardson and Winston
Mramrka .Chopin
MlSj Jobeon. j
S^nti Without Words ....Mendelssohn
Miss Scott
In and Out of Town.
Miss Claudia Patri.-k, of this city.;
is a guest of her grandmother, Mrs.'
Laura Patrick, In Danville.
Miss Agnes O'Donnell. wh" has been
visiting Miss Florence Stumpf dtir- j
tilg th" past week, has returned to her
home in Frederlcksburg.
Miss Lora Crump will leave this]
neck fot Mont Clare, Pa., to take part1
in Miss Thebe Hunter'a wedding on;
Miss Martha A. Epes, of Blaekstone. i
Is a patient at the Johnston-W tills I
Miss Margaret Glass Williams, of
Danville, and Miss Elizabeth Williams,
of Wythevllle. have returned to their
homes, after visiting Attorney-General
and Mrs. S. W. Williams, on Grove
Focter Witt, who has just graduated
at V. M. L, returned to his home on.
Park Avenue last night The first of
July he will leave for the West to
,t<-in an engineering corpse for the;
Stimmer months.
Miss Beulah Boatwright has return?
ed to the city, after n visit to rela
tites In Frederlcksburg.
Miss Minnie Frederlckfon is spend?
ing this week in Powhatan. the guest
cf relatives.
Miss Benevievo Borgness and Miss
Eva Rurke are visiting In Washing?
Mrs. D W. Rowe has returned to
the city, after a short visit to Char
Mrs. Claude Swanson will he erne of
the prominent women visiting In Balti?
more during convention week.
Homer Hurt, of Jacksonville. Flor?
id:., is the guest of his mother. Mrs. Y.
A. Hurt, in this city.
Miss Maty Simpson, of Lynchburg, Is
the guest of the Misses Urncr, on West
Grace Street.
Hermann Witt, of Cl;fton Forge, ??
improving after being operated on .it
Grace Hospital.
Mrs. R. H. Willis, principal of Chat?
ham Episcopal Institute, spent several
hours In Richmond yesterday, on her
wsy to "Clay-bank." Gloucester coun?
ty, to visit relatives, and to Join her
daughter. Miss Katherlne Willis. They
will later go to New York to spend
the summer.
Sketch of S fames Church at Warrenton
[Special to The Times-Dispatch 1 |
Warrenton, Vs., June 22.?Tltc pres?
ent St. Jaincs Episcopal Church In
Warrenton "as built in IS?l during
the Incumbency "f Itov. George 11
Norton. Prior to that the rhurrh stood
on th.- Alexandria Pike, where the
first African Baptist Church now
Stands. Ill !?">. during the rectorship
of Rev. John s. Lindsay, the church
was enlarged and Improved Dr. Lind?
say left In 1ST?, and was succeeded by
Itev. George W. Nelson, who was rec?
tor for twenty-three years, and who
was succeeded by ihe |:e\. William II.
Laid. Again during Iffs term of ser?
vice there was considerable change
and Improvement made In the chancel
of the church, and a parish room
v. bull! on the north of the church,
with vestry for the r.olr.
This structure Seas destroyed by
fl ? In October of 1910. and the ?ork
of rebuilding was begun In the spring
of 1911, with the expectation of being
finished hv Christmas of that year,
bill owing to delay in material It
was not so completed.
The old church was very dear to
the people and contained a number of
memorials runny of which were burn*
ed, 'I Hi chancel furniture was saved.
.i? Here also two windows now in
the church In th? present structure
the most prominent features which are
new is the organ n ctft of Mrs Cain
' den, mother ?f Mrs. B. D. SpllmSli;
the chancel window, the gift of Major
It I' Barry. In memory of his wife,
,i ?? inflow at Ihe esst end of the poulli
ice tili of Knpa llunion. Jr.,
I in memory of bis wife.
Tin design of the church was work?
ed out t.v v. C Dunn, a Virginia
architect, a man of rar? taste and
ability. The graceful lines in the
I pillars and airbed impress -the oh
server. an?l (In height of tlx1 nave. I
?Mill clcre oiory windows, give re j
markant? cathedral effeit to a . huch |
v. Iii-h sen in only about .ina people. !
The vestrj purchased a piece of
tmnd in the i?iir of the church lot. |
the nnrthenst corner, and enabled j
tl < architect to work oul a pariah!
building with auditorium On a level.'
With the hi i ??ii, iuhI well equipped
is bi low for vesting. I
The i hutch i? heated by the moat
i qirovetl furnaces, ventilated through
the i''../-t":v most perfectly. and
lighted by electricity.
As coinpletcd the pariah hall will
inaki nti ideal Sunday school room,
ti." children meet at 9:15 on
.',??? n ornlng fr,r their Sunday
school session, and the choir vestry
in the lower rooms need not intrude
On the Sunday school, as In the former
parish loom. The choristers will en
let the church at the baptistery dnnr
In the northeast corner and Me into
the choJr. which t? much latger than
hefnie, und nn spe, ial occasions pass
down the ?lde alfle and up the middle
auie singing the processional hymn.
On Sunday; fun? the rust service
in the new church T,'lll take place The
?ervti ? will consist of morning praver.
a sermon by Bishop <"}lbeon. confirm*
t on. and the communion service, The
Re- William H Tjiifl. rector of Ft
1 James from 19o3 to 1908. will take pirt
la 4hn ?marolnr^iojrvtaa ami nrtaoJx a?
the night service. There will b<? no
reservation <>f seats ?t the aervlces.
The rectors of St. Jambe Church
since its organization have been Itev.
I George. Lemon, who came to the
I church in ism. and continued in charge
thirty years; Dr. O. II. Norton; Dr.
Barten, Rev. j, R. iiuhard. Rev. John
?8. Lindsay, Rev. George W. Nelson,
Rev. William II. T.ald and the present
rector. Rev Edwin 8. Hlnks, whose
I efforis in the rebuilding of the new
church ha\c been unceasing. Holding
together the scattered flock during
I the period of time from the burning
of the church In October. 1910, till
the present time, when th services
were held. Mr. lllnks's zeal and energy
have been Ihe greatest Inspiration and
incentive for the rebuilding and Im?
provement of the new church.
[Speelsl to The Times-Dispatch.]
j Houston. \'a . June 22.?F. C. Can
jltne left Houston last week on n trip
to his former home In New Jersey.
Miss Elizabeth Bouldln returned to
; the rectory op. Monday evening, after
;n visit of two weeks to her uncle. John
n Morton. In Prince Edward county.
The school commencement exercises
at the hui? of ii. 11 Edmunds last
Fi Ida' svere made most Interesting
?Ith music and recitations by mem
? hers ?f ihe eins?. The prize for gen
lernl ?xee||enre in rlassworlt u'as pre?
sented to Miss Elisabeth Edmunds,
with an appropriate speerh by Flour
nov Poiildin II. H Edmunds also made
n speerh Mrs Edmunds recited a.
cl?ver poem b\ Mrs Robert H.-iskliis.
presenting a gift from the pupils to
nu n teacher, Miss Elizabeth Bouldln.
After the r\ereises were over a d0
: Iii ious luncheon was served to the
sehcil and assembled eue???
Miss Mnrtlia Craddock has returned |
home, after h villi tn relativen In 1
GreenSbOrO. X. C I
Mrs. lehn W P-elllv nn<l Mrs
Hain"! Jordan arrived from Richmond
Ion Monday afternoon,
Carrlngton Jordan, of Rirhmond. and
I Houston, joined Mr. ami Mrs. Henry I
ItelUy and their parte of guests. Who
1 left last werk for a ranrp In Now
I Hampshire, whore they will spohd the j
mixh Mary pesehev Easley. Mlsa
Dolly nottldln and Easley Bouldln left
last Saturday for Washington, l>. C.
I Janus 8, Kaalay and B <* Glenn left
I Tuesday for a short visit to Lynch
! W C. Scot! returned to Houston Hat
ilrdoy. after a pleasant week spent In
> Norfolk.
i Miss Lulo Edmondson, who hen been
spending some time In New York and
Baltimore, arrived from Lynchhurg on
Monday, bringing Abe Craddock's little
I son, lohn, with he,r for a visit
i 'in Tuesday morning the Rev. Mr.
iFlournoy Rouldtn left for ("Markton,
i where lie and the Rev. lohn R Mat?
thews wll| e.onduet a week's mission
.it St Thomas's '"hurch.
; Th.-re i? a pleasant h?u?e pnrtv M.
I Judge Barksd*l?'s at present, consist?
ing of th? Misses Virginia and Nannie
Carrlngton. of Lexington. Ml?s Champ
Hnuthat. of Danville, and Miss Louise
I'entek. of South Boston
? M'ss Emma Edmunds has returned
from Black Mountain. N C. where she
attended a ten days' meeting of the
T W. C A. of the South Central and
peutr. Atlantic States, which took: place
on the Blue Rldgo Association grounds
. ..Mit? ?y.dimind?' linr -grecentia*- finished.
Mid-June Sale of Dresses
Every fashion that is now enjoying a vogue has its counterpart among
these, and replete with rare bargains
$7.50 Stylish Morning
Dresses, of pique, linen,
striped iawns and tissue.
Some of these models are in
the new coatee effect; others
plain tailored, with collar and
cuffs of striped (linen) cm
broidery and ratine, all
si/cs and collars;
$10.00 Linen und Pique
Dresses, in roatec effect, fas?
tened side front, collar and
prplunt of scalloped embroid?
ery, patent loath
ci brlt, all colors;
Chic Morning; and After?
noon Dress of French Linen
and Ratine, handsome lin
gotio and hand-embroidered
collar and ruffs, peplum
and coatee effect, in
all colors; special . . .
Charmeuse Dresses
Advance Fall Models
$29.50, $.t2.50, $57.50 and $42.50.
These Afternoon Dresses are reproductions of French models. Styles
to be worn for early fall. Various styles to choose from. Sure to meet
the approval of the rritiial dressers. Materials of charmcusc, straight and
cutaway effect, patincr back. Bodice opened in front; yoke of fine
nets; trimmed in ( hamilly lace and white satin: Robespierre collar;
others have lone tight-fitting sleeves, contrasting colors at neck, and belt.
Come add see the styles for the early fall.
Liberal Reductions in Tailored Linen Suits
Never Made to Sell at $5.98
These simple sturdy Ramie Linen Suits are likely to travel and sec
more good times than any other suits you can think of. Plain tailored, patch
pocket, also Norfolk style. With and without yoke, in all colors ?J? C QQ
and sires; sells regularly at $7.50; to-morrow. wD?70
$12.50 Stylish riuits of ratine, linen, pongee, crash and ramie linen,
well made, thai should be in every trunk for that going-away
trip; plain tailored and Norfolk effect, trimmed in pearl but- (J1 A AA
tons; special. ?31U.I/U
Sale of Lingerie and Tailored Waists
We have been fortunate in prururing several lots of Waists much below
regular price. Waists fashioned in the newest styles, daintiest materials
and best workmanship. Lav- in your supplv now before going away.
$1.00 Ladies' Lawn Waists, with sailor rollar. three-quarter
sleeves, with hand embroidered initial on pocket; especial . V) /C
Tailored Waist, strictly mannish effect, for the tailored girl, Q> 1 AA
iti dimity and tine linen, with soft collar and cuffs; special . . . wl.UlJ
Lingerie Waists, in hue sheet lawn and marquisette, baud embroidered:
other trimmed in fine Val. insertiort and lares; many different PI QQ
style-; special. tDl.yO
Dainty Lingerie Waists, in fine sheer lawn, low and high neck, trimmed
in various ways with Val., hand and Swiss embroidery; many styles to choose
from. Special $2.98.
$3 Strictly Tailored Jap Silk Waist
French cuffs and collar
in various stri| r=, special
pocket on side, mannish effect;
Madame Irene Corsets
This celebrated Corset has met the approval
of all the most discriminating women as well
a- the noted modistes of this country. They
conform strictly to the lines of modern dress,
giving symmetry, style and firace to the
Wc arc sole agents for Madame. Irene Cor?
sets in this city,
Madame Irene Corsets in extremely low bust
and extra long hip and back; six hosie supporters;
mad'- ol very tine French coutil; a (PC A A
model fin the slender figure.?JPtJ.UU
Madam bone Corsctsi medium low bust,
extra long hip and bark: reinforced front, with
triple -i'lr bones; made of heavy coutil; six hose
supporters; a model for the stout 00
Madam Irene Corset, in low bust, wiiu long
hip and lia<!:. made of light weight French rou
tii; a splendid model for the avei- fjf1! CA
age figure; pecial. ?2'/
Madame Irene Corset, with extremely low
bust and extra long hip and back, with per?
fectly straight lines; six hose supporters; a
model for ihe tall well-developed tfljO CA
figures .
Madame Irene Elastic Hip Reducer that
reduces the hip measurement 1 to f> inches; this
corset ic necessary for those who wish to com
ply with Ihe prevailing mode; spc- ^ JQ QQ
Ladies'. Misses' and
Children's Pic-Nic Hats
To have the best time possible?at a picnic or an outing?i5 to be
properly protected from the penetrating sun. We offer an unusually large
selection to choose from, in a variety of styles, in Straw, Felt, Duck and
Ratine Hats at very low prices.
Boys' Duck Hats, special. 23c
Boys' Ratine Hats.,..**45,.
Genuine Picnic Hats. " 25.
White Duck Hats.
White Ratine Hats.".'.'.!!!'.'.!!".!'.' 98c
Imitation Panamas.!.!.!!!!!!!!!! 98c
White Felt, medium shape.!!!!!!!! $1 48
White Felt, larfte shape.$L98
Bleached Peanuts.$198
Genuine Panamas, $6.98, $5.98 and.....!!!!*!!!"! $4.98
Prepare Now for the Fourth
of July Outing
A large shipment of the Famous
Paul Jones Middy Blouses just re?
ceived, for indoor and outdoor sport,
that arc thoroughly comfortable and
fetching, in a variety of styles to meet
the requirements of every miss.
Children's Middy Blouses of gala
tea, in solid white, red and blue collar,
or collars of blue flannel,
long and short sleeves.
Middy Blouses of galatea, lace front
and emblem on sleeve, in solid white
or colored collars; another with flannel-fj
collar and cuffs, trimmed in braid
and emblem, laced at front
and side; special.
Children's Norfolk Middy Blouse of
galatea. in solid white or collar and
piping in blue and red;
Children's Norfolk and Russian
Middies, in galatea. trimmed in piping
and border of pretty light fl? 1 QO
shades; special . wl?70
Middy Blouse Skirts, in
white galatea, full kilted, CM CA
$1.00 and . -351 .OU
Middy Blouse Skirts for children,
in naw galatea, full kilted; {? 1 "7 C
i-pecial. tJl./tJ
Knitted Blazer Coats
For Out Door Sports
These Bla/er Sweaters will win instant popularity with the la
the girl with a love for the outdoor sports, and so necessary for
and seashore, also for cool evenings. Prices attractively low
( hildrctl's Knitted Sweater Coats, itt .Norfolk and straight roat
effect, white ground and light blue stripe, $1-98 and.
Misses' Hla/er Norfolk ("oat Sweater-, in navy, reel and light
blue stripe-, with turnover collars and lapels; special.
Ladies' Cutaway and Straight Cut, with turnover and lapel-,
in red, navy, light blue and black Gripes .
Ladies' Blazer and Norfolk Coal Sweaters, solid ground with
colored stripes of red, navy, light blue and black; special.
tlored girl,
When in Doubt as to Parasols
Suggest Kaufmann's?We Solve the Problem
Here you are assured of finding the Parasols you dr-urc in all the color;
to match your gown, at price- to meet cveiv pockctbook.
$1.50 White Linen Embroidered Parasols, plain mission
handle- on bra? frames, a parasol that w ill lend c h.iini t?. a white
costume; special.
Heavy Taffeta Silk Parasols, in the most popular shades now
worn, green and cerise, !? ribbed, reinforced frame, with long
tassels; special. ..........
$2.50 Silk Parasols, in all the leading shades, some in while,
black and white stripes with colored borders, long princess han?
dles; special .; ? ?.
The New Dome Shape Taffeta Silk l'.?r.i-ol-. with fane > and
carved wormwood handle, in all.styles and all .-hadcr. green and C?l 1Q
cerise; special. '. ?0?00
English Outing Coats
Driving, motoring or boating, a woman needs a light garment that
can be easily slipped on over any costume, and not burdensome or bulky.
This vcar's fashion's inclines to the three-quarter length coat or the
short Mackinaw jackets in plaids and polo cloths, patch pork- flj>1 C AA
cu and belts, others gathered bark?$12.50 and. ?PltJ.W
her third successful year at the Wo
man'a College, Lynchbttrg.
Mrs James i Dorrler, of Scottavllla.
la visiting her mother. Mrs. C. C. cnr
rington. Mis Carrlngton and her
little datlghtei Winifred, have just
returned home, r.fter a month spent
with Mi s Don n r.
<;. Raymond i'rost has returned home
from WrlghlsvIHe Bench. N C. where
he ntid Mrs. Frost have bfen for sev?
eral week.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Pocahontai >Va., June 2J.?Miss
{Catherine ileatherman, who has been
attending r< hool In Washington, D.
C, for the past session, returned home
Sunday, an<i will spend the summer
a t tlie "i hi Its "
Mi?s Alice I'ennen left Wednesday
for Richmond, where she will spend
tl>e month with tier brother, C. A
Dennen. and sister, Miss Josephine
11'cn neu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Miles Carjr, after
spending their honeymoon In the
Northern und Kastern cities, have re?
nn 'nod tn I'Qcnhontaa, und lire now
located al the "Maples," on Wost
Church Street.
Julius Goodman, of Boanoke, was
lien- this week, the guest of his par?
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ooodman.
Miss Hen Du Puy Is spending the
summer In Ahlngdon, tho guest of
Miss Bonhani
.vi s? Virginia G. ITnller is In Pu
l.iski, where she Is the guest of the
Misses .Ionian
Mr. nnd Mrs, p. J. Taylor are in
the city nfi?r having spent a few
days in Tnsowoll visiting relatives. Mr.
I'll], !? Jied tad Wold mot.
jiin, ?t*li*r with bias Rlbb? ^
y?'?ksen as BE ?aSt Alwwt.
solq fly.Dftiwist^m^?a*
and Mrs Taylor will leave in a few
days fur Seattle, Wash., where they
"ill make their future home.
Isadorc Kwass. of Michigan r:itv,
Ind., i? In the eity, the guest of rela?
Louis Baach left Monday for Greens?
boro. N. C, where he will visit his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J; Baach.
Curtis Walters, of Roanoke, spent
Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Walters.
Mnade farter, of Martlnsvllle, ia In
the city, the guest of friends.
John S. nennen was in Bliieiield, W.
Va., this week visiting friends.
Miss Estelle Baach, of Kerniett, W.
Va.. who has been visiting her aunt.
Mrs. Sol. Haa.-h, left Saturday for
Mrs. ,So| Beach, left Saturday for
(ireenshoro. N. C. where she will visit
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mrs. John P, Ilnller. who has been
visiting her ?Ister, Mrs. B. 1* Jordan,
in Pulaskl, has returned home.
I Special to The TimesrDlspntch.]
Durham, N. C. June 22.?a delights
ful country picr.lc was given Wednes?
day in honor oC MIsh Susie Morgan, of
Hertford. S. C. who is visiting Miss
Mattie Toms: Miss Gladys Rawllnga, of
Uxford, and Miss .Sarah Wall, of Hills
boro. visiting Miss Gladys Gorman.
The merry party went out to Bahama
on Hie 7 o'clock train and walked from
Bahama .Station t<> Plat Rivet*, whore
they spent the day in a most enjoy?
able manner, returning home that
evening at i?:l? o'clock. The party was
composed of Misses Gladys Gorman,
Matt'e Tonis, Lucy Gray Gatllng, Nan?
nie oreen, Rose Kiiw"od Bryan.'Mar?
garet Thomas. Mary O'Brlan. Gladys
Baw-llngs. Sarah Wall. Susie Morgan,
and Messrs. Bryan Grlswold, Norwood
Michle. John Mlehlo. Mnllory Hackney.
Robert Mltcholl. Henry Seeman, Frank
Smith. Louis Snsser. Clinton Toms.
John Slater. William Erwin. Thomas
Stokes. The chaperons were Mrs. T.
M Gorman ao.d Mrs. W. M- Tearby.
M*sses Annie and Sudle Whltmore
charmingly entertained Friday morn
In.? ftt'J&oJr. laxsJjcjiew^ jxome on ?Man.-.
gum Street, In honor of Mrs- ndgar
Bowling, nf Petersburg, Va.. who is
,i. itlng tolaUvos in this City. TheM
were several tables of flinch, and Miss
.Susie Cox made the highest Score.
There were no prizes, though the ?UC! I j
of honor was presented With a nook i
us a souvenir of the occasion. An Ice
course was served during the games.
I'll, Invited guests were Madamca
Edgar Uowling. it. E. Willard, \V. M.
Veurby, Tom cox, n. T. UmsteaH, P. T.
Klliott, Will Llparombo. O. F, Wh?to,
Frank Stone, W. J. Womble. A. It.
Tucker, S. 11. Tucker. ('. Jfowerton,
Ben Thomas, R. L Richardson. W. II.
jjoonc T. J. Hurrls. O. V. Harris. H. J.
Whitmore. J. T. MeCraeken, Nann'e
Chrok, R. C. Craven, and Mrs. .Rick
Lea; MlSseH Kate Bowling, Carolyn
Tuggle, of Virginia; Nol] Piper, Fan?
nie Mark ham. Mia Markhnm. Myrtle
Branch, Eva Branch, Maude i.ea, I'earl
Cox, tius'o Cox, A lycc. Hundley, Kate
Hundley, Kathleen Turrontlne, Bettle
Bornard, Blanche Briggs, May Vanden
Linden, Lizzie Ferrell, of Raleigh.
The As Wo Like it Club was enter?
tained on Saturday evening by Miss
.Sarah Erwin nt her home In Weal
Durham. The house was decorated
with swoetpeus- Flinch was the
game played .untl.Miss Sar?ti Wnli, of
Hlllsboro, an honor member, was the
lucky wjnftcr of the prize. Refresh?
ments were served In two courses.
Those enjoying M4ss Erwln's hospi
talh)y were Misses Gladys Gorman,
Mary O'Brien, Louise Currin, Rose Ell
wood Bryan. Otella Cunningham, Mat
He Toms, Margaret Thomas, Nannie
Bet Wright, Lucy Gray Catling, Nan?
nie Green, Elizabeth Puller, Ruth
Fallen, Mary Erwin, Eleanor Erwin,
Sarah Wall, of HlHshoro; Gladys Raw
llns, of Oxford; Susiin Morgan, of Hert?
ford, and Julio Manning.
On the occasion of his fifth blrthdnv
last Saturday, Master Harry D. Suther?
land entertained a number of his
young friends with a hirthday party
at the home of his parents. Tho hours
from 4 to fi were spent In happy play
with varlotip games, which the young?
sters greatly enjoyed. Refreshments
were served.
Mesdames C. C. Taylor and T. Edgar
IttoMkiMSft* JMU* M,oreb,esjjl, where
they will spend the summT.
Frank Fuller. Jr., irrt Tuesday fot
New Yoik. where ho will he joined
by a party of fellow-students from
Davidson t'oiicRe. and together they
will spend the mimm'T months tour?
ing the most interesting parts of tho
uld country,
.Mrs. Hellte T>5"<iti Lea, r.f Plttsboro,
and two nieces, little Misses Paulino
and Bmily Taylor, are in the elty, tha
guests of iirg. W, F, Farthing on
Itoanis Aventie.
Miss Mildred Hall, of naleigh. is In
the City, the guest of Mies Mary liuf
fin tlrcen. or. West Chapel Hill Street.
Miss May Bennett, of Home. Oa , who
has been the Kti^st of .ills., Natalia
Tuck. Ash ton Place, returned homo
[Special t o The Times-Dispatch.]
Concord, Va.. June li'j.?Superintend?
ent V. A. niton, of Crowe, spent Mon?
day in town.
Dr. ami Mrs. W. I.. Ould attended
the Oiild-Bullnn wedding- In Lyn? h
burg Wodnesxluy.
Itohert Franklin, who recently un-<
Iderwent an operation In Lynchburg;
for appendicitis, returned to his home
Mrs. \V. T. Steele and sons, Burk?
and Hilly, of Spout Spring-, were visi?
tors tit Mrs. .1. H. Stnele's home Mon>'
day. .
Ulehard Cross left for Klchmond" on|
Mundnv 10 spend the week.
Mrs. l.lllle Jones and daughter, ofl
Bluellcld. are visiting J. D. Evans.
The Concord High School closed Fri?
day, and Misses Evans and Cardwell/
the teachers, returned to their reaper-1
live homes on Saturday.
Leonard Koontx, of l.ynchburg. was
the guest of \V. C. Akcra on Saturday
tnd Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Hatcher Ould. of Nor?
ton, W. Vs.. are guests of Or. and Mrs.
W. L Ould.
Miss Mnry Gayle. of Columbia. S. C.<
is visiting; Miss Louise Akers.
. Miss Bessie Ballon, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. L. Ould, returned t?
-hotf>homo at South Boston Friday, _J

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