Tuesday was visitor's day wltSj' tKe Hart- Hart- well Literary Club. The sk'.e were blue. and h breezes were -redolent -redolent .'-with .'-with .'-with the fragrance of belated spring.. The home of Mrs. A "J. Marsh was thrown open for the occasion.' and looked beautiful with ru decorations of flowers and Saga.' Delightful muslo from, harp and v'.ofln , added their festive strains to-th to-th to-th occasion.- occasion.- Vkls the club color, prevailed everywhere. In the draperies, at tb tea table, in tn ladies' gowns as) well their corsage bouquets. and also tn the Ice cream. Represeota- Represeota- uvea irom an tn city ana suburban club had been Invited, and a large showing wss present. Mra Peale and Mrs. Hendrickson assisted Mrs. Marsh In greeting, the guests. uu iiRKaim mem to tne receiving line, wunru consBteu ox x rs. uaivert. rreeid-ent rreeid-ent rreeid-ent Miss Le.la McKee. the guest of honor; Mrs. i.ucras, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Gooder and Mrs. Grosahelm. Mrs. Tatem. . Mra Sylvia D Camp. Mrs Trialer and Mrs. Boiand formed a committee to introduce the visitors, an tne register for the day was presided over by Mrs. McPherson. whose recent illnes; renaerea ner nnsme' to be la line wtth th other omoers. Mrs. Mscy had charge ol tne ammg. room, where a corps of Hart- Hart- weirs lairest msiaens catered to tbe material material welfare of -the -the guests. Th absenot or Mrs. iiooen lowing to a stubborn spralr wa explained ey Mrs. peale. and the pro gramme opened wrtn a p'.ano solo bv Mrr Kimball, rendered with her iaui thorougl ooncept on and technlqu. Miss McKe tan aeugntea ner nearer with her pape on "The Up-to-Date Up-to-Date Up-to-Date Up-to-Date Up-to-Date Woman." It woul b dimcuit to imagine a more original ac ntertalnlng withal thoroughly woman!; paper, breathing as it did The spirit ef pre grea and Improvement. Mrs. Chff Bennet sansr a beautiful selection, which waa ic. wd by Mrs, Grosih m'l rscfcaUoa fxon.