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OTTR STORE is in
its fall dress. How
soon will you be in
yours? Our now
store opened its doors to the public yesterday, and a grand open?
ing it was." Now, \v?i arc in a* position to do business on a larger
scale than ever before, and avo trust, you may give ns a call and
inspect our new building. Wo havo rnamtged to mark prices a
little bit lower and raise qualities a little* higher than last.season.
Our Clothing Department ts tho pride of tho house Two entire floors of
space given to ?-?? department,. A gat Iterine? troni ? the best and foremost manu?
facturers of hlg?i-grado dependable) OLOTillXG.
HASEEtDAS?ER?, RATS AMO SHOES m M,
.rom"?.*"1? c,?thi"?!'.inSx'it""lu! 0v?ts' $5.00 UP TO $25.00
Furnishings?All Kinds, Ali Styles, All Prices.
_.on^thonew:st ?"?vs.for. (f:.$1.00 UP TO $3.00
_;omh?!S!?!G?Sff0.G^^i0.^t!^??,!,.$1.50 UP TO $4.00
Thsro are Years of Expsri.nc9 Behind Every Garmeni We Sell.
ini m ???'??? J'.'?".'"JJB^?!!!!l^?!^y^liiiiirJi^m~n:
l^co? ^?v 3BW 0" 0?m*^?5*-**3*,?t'* ? SOU. tnv. 2trtdl? Q<-*-pi?e? J? JJmwS?
CITY ASSAILED BY
V/?MD AND WATER
One Follows Upon Heels of
the Other?Weather Man
Predicts Bad Day..
Kichmond lacked 111 t?o of being blown
away Friday?yesterday she camo near
being washed away, and the work still
The day broke yesterday with a com?
bination of rain and wind?somo rain,
much wind. Aa the day advanced iho
wind gradually retired tr?m ihe contest
or cornei,lailon ami gave ilio honors over
to tne Incipient deluge;
Tho weather man declined last nicht
tbat so lar a* he could see to-day would
, be a Sunuay pre-eminent for the uinuiuii
'ot rain thai tell during Its pasting. Tno
temp?rature qvc-uld ?jemuln al.out i!.??
uame. Jupitpr >-'?uviiVs holds sway os'er
tlio entre oustern. coa.^t, h.il h-is |o?t
Una mountains, Hhiu ?h falling iiuaii Uie
liar: gor to the Gulf, and "Lifo on Ocean
waves" is precarjous. ihe ?-?j
Heuii.s to be Un iteras, ?. C. Tlio wires
tieia.i.-tn timt cm??.? ?..nd the inland are
?down, nnd no'thlng definito culi Im
'ine storm really did little damage
in Kichmond In propurtlun to the enor?
mity ot ihe blew. .No person was m
;*)ured, and the trees broken or down are
so few that in tne great number upon
tho ?ur'.-ciy, Day count but few In co.it
When tho weather man waa asked
iibout what ?????a be expected for ilia
jiojm' Show ).?-? threw up his hands, de?
claring that It was too far ahead yet,
Pr^tiy \a tddnig.
? pretty wedding was solemnized a( tho
residence ui Mrs, n'omcr .\'o. >':i
Spring btrtet. last iVednesday eve?
ning at 6 ?'cl'jck, when SII 9 Ada S.
Of a Famous Human Food.'
Tho story of great discoveries or In?
yen Moni* is always of Interest,
An aci>.-e brain worker who found
almsell hampered by lack ?>f bodily
strength and ?,'lgpr and could not carry
out ui?-? pi:.:.? and enterprises bo kne*,\
liow io condu ?. "? ? |ed i?j study vai loua
foo?s and their effects upon the human
system. In oilier words before I .? ? Id
cany out his plani hi bad to find .? food
that would carry ....?? alone and renew
his physical and mental strength.
He know thai a ?.I th .1 v.,..
and nvrve builder, (rather thai
Cat ? aker), vn s un .? .- illy 1???.
iti.ew that mi a ? with the a??
?joco noi empi ?'? '?? ?
He knew thai tn ft gra;
brain and nei ? ? ? mi
Albumen and ?.? . ???-. o? Pc
taiucd from ?ood : lien be si
SG'K? Hill i??? 1 I? ..?
evolved '?? ?, ? '?? ?'??. Ih? now
?oou. G? ? ? ? n '.!??? ?
nerve ?:::<;..,. i ? ? .'? u? liti, I
tion for ? ? ? dig? on. The
eating Qr?pe-js'ut* dat|y Ii ?
a in*i k<-ii .,! ird In? si . actlv. 1
hrain 1.mi nervous system, mal
pleas Ui?? foi one to can*} on
duties without - ulu.?
The food it In no ? ?? ? ?. .
IB Sir "p? ' '? W ?? ?? :? II V.
the dally ??'? ate ol brain an 1 ni
it.?, flavor ?-? t :- ? - ? 1 -1 j . 1 j a ? ; ami .
ajid thoroughly evoked at tlio '?
Is served Instantly with cream.
The Bfgnaiurfc ol li:?- brain
spoken ?.(, (.'. VV Poat, in 10 t a
?!u? h genuine package of Orai
I^uok in each package for a
the famous nt lie hook, '"ihe
Hobeck became tlio bride of Mr. ^John
II. Cousins. Re/v. .1. 1?. Hutspn, 13. D., per?
formed tlio ceremr*?<?? in the presence of
a number of friends of tho young peopl??
The bride Is an attractive blonde, and
was -very lovely In her snow white bridal
Mr. Cousins 1s a popular younp man of
tho West End. He Is with''Harrolson and
Company. Mr. and MVs. Cousins arc nt
home to their friends at. S.3 Spring Street.
GOODWIN ASKS FOR
Dolestite W, H. Goodwin (Rep.), of
Nelson county, desires ro-electlon to the
House of Delegates and lias issued tho
following- card to the voters on tho sub?
"Having heretofore declined the solici?
tai Iona of many friends to announce mj
B0l? us a. candidate for re-election lo a
HC.it In, tho next Oeneral Assembly of Vir?
ginia; and if I were to consult my own
private wishes 1 would continue to de?
cline to contest for the honor, hut ow:n??
to th?..? urgency of vory many frlonclH
throughout tlio county to do so, 1 havo
determined to announce myself un r can?
il.date for re-election as delegate to re
present the county of Nelson In tho next
Legislature; and In doing so, ? appeal t?i
my fi.-llow-eltlt'.eiis and friends that n
su-iet adherence to or observance of the
pine cloctlon laws aliali be fully com?
piled with on tholr part. Trusting to your
supporr and magnanimity In tho futuro
as In the past,
"1 nm your fellow-citizen,
"\V. H. GOODWIN."
f'??'?; . ?
i plainly About People ?
Ward, the youngest son of Mr. W. II.
Bagby, who has bean oxtremoly 111 with
t.vpho.d fever. Is reported by his phys.
clun, Dr. Boyce D. Brookcr, as being
"??:;?* Susio Young Cireath is now con
valesoent and hopes to be out soon.
Colonel Andrew J. Rosrcis, the 'author,
who was Injured by u full some time ago,
it- itili confined to tho hospltnl at tho
.Sulilicj-.-' Hume, though his wounds are
muo.h better, and his friends hope to seo
lijir out before very long.
.Mrs. P. J. Mnny, of Norfolk? Va.,
nnd Miss H. ?. JSskritJgo, of Staunton,
v..., win bu- tbo guests of Mrs. hauls f.
!K'isli-UN. South Third Street, during tho
week "i" the Unno Show, nnd may reiiuxln
over for a promised extended vjslt,
Mrs. David Trbwor, <if Portsmouth, va.,
Will be tlie guest of "Miss Frunces C.
Prairie, North Thlrty-eoc'ond Btreet, un?
til November 1st, and will take In the
Horso Show ?nd other attractions during
?,???? .?-',:?:.. Mrs, Trower is the daughter
? ?? Captain Cary It, Warren, commander
QrymeB1 Battery of Artillery, i'orta
Mlss' Ilona Hexlei-, of No, 2501 We.'-t
Grace Btreet, ha? relumed from a four
months' tour of Europe, ner friends met
ligi ted lo hear of her return In good
Dr, A. I.. St ral fur J, of No. 019 Rast
Main Btreet, left yesterday for Uroen.s
?3i ro, N? ??'?. Where ho has gone to nt
iai.il the North'Carolina reunion.
Miss Grace King, of Baltimore, is vle
lllng ???.-iS Irmn Htev-enson, of No. S0?0
Bait Broad Hlreet.
Miss Naitnle Holladay, from Rapldan,
Va., will be the guest of Misa Pauline
Grant. NO, HW 1'iuk Avenue, during tho
I Homo Bhow.
. |j?? elyn i: Dlotrlclt will bi the gnosi
? .? mu , Josephine Tyler during the Horse
. Misses Madeline Hikey and Jsonio
' Kliit?.?? laie i.-ti.iifl from New Viirl
' ufter a visit uf i? ii days t" Unir sister.
Is (."It Ci ly II
The. condition of Mr, Jnsenh w. Laube
was pronounced uuihanged Jaj-t night. liu
Is critically 1U.
Mr Llpscomb ond Miss Crooks
to Marry Next Week.
THE FITZGERALD CASE
Fugitivo Came Back to Give Hlmsel
Up, and Marie ?o Effort Tcward3
Concea ment?Masonic Bazaar.
Personal Note- and Gossip.
Manchester Btireaiti M'mesVDl spntih, I
Mo. ?02 Mull Street. 1
Mr. Eugcrio AVhit worth Llpscomb and
Miss Moble Crooks will bo married on
Tuesday afternoon, October "Oth, at 8:30
o'clock, at the home of the father of
tho prospective brid?, Mr. .1. A, Crooks,
Port Norfolk, Va; No cards will be sent
Mr. Upscomb Is one of"^Mnnchester's
liest known young business men. He Is
book-keeper, for -.Miller anil Miller, and
,1s prominent In social circles. Mr. Llpa
cemb Is the presiding olllcer of Man?
chester Lodge of Elks, j which lie was
muinly liistrunier.ttil In ' organizing less
than a yottr ago, and which no.y bviioraces
in Its membership the cn..t.-? of .Man
eliesier business .md s-icl.il lite', Hy viri
tuo of this oiilCe he is the youngeiit mem
? ber of me Grand'Lodge of 10Iks.
Miss Crooks Is a charming young lady,
?well and affectionately liked by a largo
circle of friends in Manchester and Rlen
mot'.il. She moved from Manchester to
Port Norfolk on September 1st.
After the mailugu Mr. and-Mrs.' Llps
eomb will take a Northern trip, and
will be at home to their friends at No.
IMS Grove Avenue .after November 1st.
PERSONAL AND NOTES.
Services at Clopton, Street Church at
11 A. M. and S P. M. by tho pastor, Rev.
W, W. SlS|t. Sunbeams at ;i P. Mi.
Miss Lillian Deans returned to her
homo ?n, Norfolk yesterday nfler a de?
lightful stay of ??.o month at the homo
of .Miss Llllle Blank?nshlp, In Swansboro.
FITZGERALD CASE. '
No definito; arrangements as to his fu?
ture course have yet been mapped out
by Frank II. Fitzgerald. Ho Is now in
the city Jail, with little better faro than
the others ln that? Institution. He does
not seek favov.-i from the officials, and
desires to be treated just like the others.
True, his In other has endeavored to make
it as comfortable for him as possible lin?
del tho circumstances-without, infringing
upon tho rul?s, and his meals are sent
him from home. No effort will be inailo
to secure ball, and during this week ar?
rangements for the defense, if there is to
ho one. will bo made.
"The report that my brother had been ?
back several days before he gave himself
up Is entirely untrue," said Mr. Alcxan
dei Fitzgerald last night. ''The first
knowledge 1 had of his return wa? about
9:.iO o'clock Friday morning, when his
wife sent for me to como to her, and 1
was surprised to see him when I reached
the house. lie told me that he camo
back purposely to give himself up, and
then we arranged for him to surrender
himself to Mr. Wright as soon as it
was dark. Had we gone to the station
house during the day there might havo
been comment, excitement und other an?
noyances, so we thought It wise to await
the coming of darkness."
Mr. Fitzgerald did corno home Thurs?
day evening. He made no effort to con?
ceal himself, but got off the train at
Elba, took a streot car to Ninth and
Mnln Streets, walked down to Foiirteentlr
on Main, and thence across Mayo'a
Brldgo to his home. There he remained
with his family until tho next morning,
when his brother was notified, and ar?
rangements for the -surrender consum?
He would not say whero he had been
during the past month.
"I hava?r'just been wandering- around,"
he said, "with no special point ln view."
? It is known ho came from tho North,
however, as he got off tho trnln at Elba.
Tho eases against Mr. Fitzgerald will
probably be heard at tlie opening of tlie
term next week. It Is nulle likely that
Commonwealth's Attorney Page will not
piosecute Fitzgerald. Jn that event It'
wns said on the streets last night that
a lawyer of experience would be desig?
nated by Judge Clopton to bundle the
case for tlio Commonwealth.
In reference to the suggestion that tho
United Suites Government would tako
a hand in tho matter, because of tho
allegod theft of stamps from tho South?
ern ofllces, an official of some weight
-aid last night that the government had
nothing to do with that matter, as the
stamps had been paid for by tho com?
mi nv and wero privato property.
Arrangements for tho big basuinr to be
held at Masonic Temple, Cowardln Ava
tuie and Hull Street, beginning the night
of the lllth, are about completed, and,
us has been already stated, the bazaar
promises to he the most successful ever
given in Manchester.
Govornor Montague will open the ba
znar. He will be Introduced by Judge
Ingrain, and thon '.ho axles of tho big
undertaking will begin to revolve.
Different programmes havo been ar?
ranged for each night, including u num?
ber of entertainers from Richmond, as
well ns Manchester.
Tho various booths will be presided
over by many charming ladles In Man?
chester society, all under tho general
management of Mrs. J. J. O'Brien, chair?
man of the bazaar.
Mrs. A, J. Duff ron is chairman of
the furniture booth; Mrs. s. A. Hall of
tho tobnc?o booth; Mrs, Graves of tho
fancy work booth: Mrs. J, A. Shotwoll
of the reception and flower booth; Mrs.
Alex. Fitzgerald, of tho candy booth-,
Mrs. J. A. LipSOOmb of the supper booth;
and Mre. ,?. ?. Williamson of the leu
Many of (ho booths fire Hearing com?
MISS FAHR VI?RY ILL.
Miss Boni?? Fuhr Is v?*i-y ill, mid' ls not
expected to live throu?... tin; day. She la
tho oldest daughter of Mr. A. Vf, Fahr,
und hns many fl'pe qualities, le moat
popular, nnd Is Hold In tlio lilgheit es?
teem by nil who know her. Her serious
illness is fdnoerely regretted;
BACHEO HEART SERVICES.
The hours for services at Biicreil Tlnnrt
Church have beon changed to 7 and 10:30
A. r.l. nnd tho Sunday-school to -l P. M.
Bev. Father Waters oiiiei,,tes ?it both
CONSTIPATION INACTIVE LIVER,
AND WEAK KIDNEYS nre tho result
of u weal- Btomach. Then tin? only way
to prevent these alimenta |s to strengthen
tin? Ktonri.'b by taking Hnstetter's
Ktomach i..,i.is. prominent physicians
always Ri'tscrlbe !t In cpses -a plomuch
troubles, you can therefore id:? on it.
IT POSITIVELY CUKt-S BELCHING,
HEARTBURN, INDIGESTION. DYl-..
PERSIA AND MALARIA, FEVER AND
AGUE, TRY IT.
% ?33 uood Dressers
Mew and Exclusivo V?lllngs.
Now complexion Veilings In ncv.? and
stylish patterns.*IO<*. to I?.!.?."?
New Tuxedo V?'llnga in black, black
and white and white nnd black
40tf,, ROC.. OOc., 7.1c. to $2.25
New Magpie Veilings In new and be?
coming effects..BOo. to $2.2fi
Now Chirfon Veiling ln solids, bor?
dered, dotted and embroidered, yard, ?'
eoe. to $i.ar>
The now 'Automobile Veils, very
stylish. Ask to see It.
Neckwear Hew and Grotty.
Wash Stoclia in ent'rely new Ideas,
exclusivo Ideas, extra values,
ano., e?o,, ebe, oso.
Embroidered Wash Slocks Iu new
and exclusive patterns',
OOc., f)Se., $1.2?*?, 91.?? to ?52.00
Very now and stylish Stocks of lnce.
chiffon, mousselines, taffetas, etc.,
60c, OOc.', 08c, $1.25, ffl".3S to $11.08
Hew Ruches, S?olesand Cases.
Entirely new shapes, made of taffeta
net, mousseline, eh ffon nnd liberty,
colors, whlto und black, prices
?f.'t.OS to $27.50
Sfoies and '?Vi?;?.
Entirely new shape, exclusive Idoas,
white and black.$37.C0
In whlto, blaok, pearl, silver and
black and white, all lengths from 1 to
2 yards, prices.,.$10 to $25
Imported and Domestic Semi-Made
Robes ,of hantteomo applloucd net,
white," black, etc.
Point Lielr.e Laco Robes, In cream
and -white. -
Point Alencon "L?aee Robes in whlto,
black and cream, prices,
$12.50 to 1? 125
lim Gomptotonoss of Our Slook K?s
fassd Ih? Iqs! Favcrabf? uo?n.._e&.5$
And very justly does it desorvo it, too. In every depart?
ment you will find stocks larger and better than over.
Our prices are Jugf High., style, quality and general ex?
This Season's f?ovel?ies in
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparel
Mo matter what you may need. Skirt, Suit or Wrap, you "will find an as?
sortment here Hint will readily and satisfactorily fill your wants. Our buyer
spent the past week ln northern markets; that ho has not been Idle Is shown
by the new* Hulls, Wraps, &c, that fire bore ready for your Inspection.
Tallar Suif?, Drcs~es and Qo,.fum9s
A! SI5.G0-TWO Suit Values, AsSuaity Worth $29.00
?? 1 ? fifi ? vory ?jni,n"v Walking; Suit of Fancy Scotch Mixtures, made long
?nla?J.VV/ skirted blouse coat, plaited front and back, satin lined.
A very stylish eighteen-goro, stitched seam, 82 Inches, straight front,
Tailored Cont, satin lined and best of workmanship. Tho skirt of both of
theso Suits are sovon-goie, fine plnlted nnd nicely tailored. Special. .$15.00
At Si9.50?Three Special Dress
Suifs, fcMly Worth $20.01
A + ? 1 ii ITil-A very stylish and serviceable Suit, made of extra grade of
r\ L al) E J.\>\ Venetian cloth, colors navy and black, Ionic skirted blouse
cont, plaited back, taff?ita lined and trimmed with croehot buttons and taf?
feta piping .ijuo.no
A very serviceable Suit of extra qimllty cheviot, colors navy :-.nd black,
long skirted blouse coat, with shawl shoulders, stitched taffeta, stole and collar
trimmed with fnncy buttons .$10.."50
A highly fashionable Suit of Zibeline, long blouse coat, roll front, cape
shoulders, with taffeta trimming. This suit Is finished off with a very stylish
Persian band trimming. Skirts to above suits are all cut seven and clght
gore and trimmed to match suits.s.$10,50
A Sp.cial Val?8
Cut full and wldo
of extra ?|utility
black taffet?, two
flounces on ruf?
fle, with wide
dust ruffle, ac?
Loose and Filiad Coats
and Jackets for Street
and Evening Wear.
An entire new stock Is now ready
for your Inspection. Handsome, uty
llsli an?! exclusive Coats for Street or
evening wear ot Cloth, Zibeline,
silk and velvet; colors: tan, navy,
.brown nnd whlto; styles to su't all
iiyurus, long, medium and ?liort
wnisted loose and fitted garments;
rices.$10.50 to til?".'*.
Made of extra
quality tan Cor?
set Cloth, cut
18 gore, full tail?
seams, sutln lined
and ?perfect fit?
ting and thor?
New Gloves. Our $1.00
Glove Fitted and Guar?
anteed at Our Counter
Is the best Glove valuo ln all Rlch
mond; all the new staple ehades of
tan, brown, mode,' elates, pearl, white
and black, special value.$1
$1.25-A full'Pique Olove in all the
now mode shades.
$ 1,(10?Our fully guaranteed Kid
Olove In all tho now staple shading-,
$1.7B-A full Pique Giovo, whit?
stltcJiod In black, and black stitched ln
Whlto, fully guarantied.
?2.00?Our special Olove, very ex?
clusive, fully guaranteed, colora:
white, pearl and black.
White Kid Gloves that waeh. Art
to see them.
The now Cuff Olove?, the Giovo nov?
elty, very now and, stylish. Ask to see
Evening, all lengths.
Silk Lined Snodo Cashmere Giovo?,
Handkerchiefs Elrect From
Manufacturer to Consumer
Our own Importation, exclusive pat
torns and the eaving of the middle
man's profit for you.
Ladles* Hemstitched All-Linen Ini?
tial Handkerchiefs, I2!_c. value..10c
Gentlemen's Hemstitched All-Linen
Handkerchlofs, special .12Ho
Ladles' Sheer All-Linen Hemstitch?
ed Embroidered Handkerchiefs, '
10 2-3o.? 25c, BOc. to ?a
Gentlemen's Hemstitched All-I.lnen
Handkerchlt.-fa, extra good values,
12*?c, 10 2-.'l*c, 25c., 07?t?., ???,,
02V.C . Ttic.
Children's Hom?Ul"Crixl All-Linen
Lad'es' Hemstitched AIl-Llnon Hand?
kerchiefs, put up In fancy boxes, half
dozen to a box, assorted pattern?, spe?
Fibre. Silk Bands ln
straight and' Jwave, . all
?widths, colors: white,
black and champagne:
prices 5()c. to $4.08 a
Colored Fibro Silk
Bands In stylish color
combinations,, $1.80 to
$5.25 yard. ,!Ji
All-Over Fibre Silk
laces, I?? to $11.
Whlto and Cream Fa?
rnen ? y B?in'ds, all
?widths, ?Se. to $4.25.
Alloveffb' marci,,1 $0
a yard, ??*? r -,
White ? Button.-;; Lace
J3aJids, 25c. to OOc
Allover to match, ???*.
A o:ankot Special
11-4 All Wool Blan?
kets, soft- and full size,
nil color borders; a,
Comfortables, $1 to $0.
ables, $5 to $10.50.
????? Comfoi tables, $0
? Wrapper Blankets, en?
tirely new patterns,
$2.50 to $B.
Steamer Bugs', $0 to
Carriage Bobes, $5 to
Wo are Blcbmond's
solo selling agents for
Ben Ten and Sap?
Wo have In charge ot
our Corset Department
an expert corsetaire,
who understands thor?
oughly tho art of fitting
tho Corset.' Givo us a
trial, wo guarantee en?
New Ideas In Collars,
Stoles and Capes of
wood fibre, St. Gall and
Planen Laces, $1,50
Astrachan, Silk and
Wool Laco Collars and
Bell Trimmings, Bands
and Edges and Drops,
Frinfses and Fringed
Drops, Black, Wh1_o
and Colored Spangled
Edges, Bands and Net,'
now and exclusive pat?
Wo carry a complete
stock of Whiting's High
Grado Stationery. Buy
your Writing Paper
here and save money.
Extra quality high
grado Writing Papers,
smooth and rough fin?
ish. In tho correct new
shapes, actually worth
40c. pound, special lOc.
Envelopes to match, 3
packages for 25c;
New Belt Buckles.
Bolt Buckles of bright
and dull Jet, silver, gilt,
gun metal, etc., prices
25c. to $?'*.08.
Gun Metal, Steel and
Jot Belt Pins, now pat?
terns, 05-O. to $1.50
Beauty and Stick Pins
Tlio $1 ones now BOo.
Tho $1.25 and ??.d? one?
The 12 ones OSo.
The $2.d0 and \l ones
Colored Dress Goods,
Flecked Zibelines....75c, $1, $1.50
75c., ?ft, $1.50
Nub Cloth .f..$1
Plain Meltons .$1
Meltons, figured and striped..$1.75
ltaln Proof Suitings.$2
Broadcloths, all shades..$1 to $-.00
Kovelty Dress Pattern.
Exclusivo piiitteras, no two alike,
every wanted shading In Boucle, Tuft?
ed Zibeline, Scotch Nub and Knick?
$12.50; $15, $17.CO, $20, $25 to $00
Cloths, Eollnnes, Cheviots, Voiles
and Crepe de Chinen, in white, cream
and all the evening shodea, yard,
BOc. to $3
.Jew Fall Wa.stings.
Fleeced Piqu?.25c., 30c<; ?"iOc,
Mercerized Oxfords, Cheviots, Mad?
ras and Basket weaves In entirely
3!>e., 4Sc? 50c, Gilo., 8Bc
Man's Laundered Shifts,
One Special Value
Monarch Brand Colored Bosom
Percale SlilrtB, carefully selected pat??
a terns; the ?l kind, sp?cial.OOc,
Black Crass Goads.
Zibelines.$1, $1.50, $2
Nub Suitings.$1.25, $1.50
Sedan Cloth .$2.75
Venetian Cloth. .$1.25, $1.50 and $2
Chudda Cloth .$1.50
Thibet Cloth' .$1.50
French? Broadcloth.$2 to $0
Novelty Suit patterns of plain and
f'gured Zibelines; now and stylish,
pattern.$15 to $25
Specially Worthy Silks
L? Spaclally Low Prices
Two-toned Taffetas In every con?
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Crepe de Chin?s, In every wanted
coloring.$1, $t.25, $?.??
Peau do Cygiio and Peau do Crepo,
Now Doited and Figured Bengalina,
new shadings.$1, $1.05
Loulsino in dots, figures and stripes,
$1, $1. .art, $1.50
Fino Yard Wldo Black Taffetas,
heavy weight, all pure silk,
$1, $1.05, $1.B0
Full Yard Wide Peau de Sole, rich
lustrous blacks, extra values,
Guaranteed to wear, Black Taffetas,
oxtra. values.73c, $1, $1.15, $1.25
Rugs and Druggets.
S)xl2 feet All-Wool Brussels Rugs, ln
new handsomo designs, a ,-S value,
9x12 feet Ail-Wool Wilton Rug3,
Oriental designs and colorings, a ?30
9x12 feet All-Wool Axminstor Rugs,
new and stylish designs, extra copies
Indian, Persian and Turkish designs.
This Rug we can recommend from
both a usoful and ornamental stand?
point; a ?3- value.$30
Smaller Ruge ln all sizes, to match
Tho best collection ever shown In
Richmond; all kinds and sizes and at
prices that cannot bo matched.
? Ruffled Curtains, Boblnot Curtains,
Tamham Curtains, Nottingham Cur?
tains, Brussels Curtains, Arab Cur?
tains, Renaissance Curtains; prices
per pair.$1 to $125
Underwear that Is Good and Cheap
Children's Winter Weight Vests and
Pants, all sizes.26o
Children's Australian Wool Vests,
Pants and Drawers, white and natu?
ral.Cue, 55e., OOo.
Children's Combination Suits,
BOo. to $1.10
Ladles' Ribbed Merino Wool Vests
and Pants.Bo., 75c, $1, $1.25
Ladies' Merino Wool Non-Shrinking
Vests and Pants.$1, $1.25, r*il.50
Ladlc3' Eauestrlonne Tights in
whlto and blaok, cotton, silk or wool,
$1.25 to $3.50
Lv-les.' Combination Suits, ln cotton,
wool or silk.$1 to $8
Auk to see our Silk Combination
Gentlemen's Non-Shrinking Merino
Wool Shirts and Drawers, whlto and
natural.$1, $1.*-<*>, $1.60
Agency for Dr. Jaegor Banltary
NEW OFFICERS AND
Lakeside Country Club Holds
Well-Attended and Im?
Tho Lakeside Country Club held Its
ntm?iai meeting lust night at tho commo?
dious and elegant club-house at hal-o
lildo Parli, and tlio attendance, despite
tho downpour of rain, was the largest,
probably, the dub has cvor had.
Tlio object of the meeting was for the
election of ofllcers find directors of tho
club and fur the adoption pi ft now oon
Blltutlon, The meeting was callad to
order to 0:30 ?i dodi. T??o eleotlQi, *?< ?><"
cere followed at onco. Mr. h. B, Taturn
was re-uicci.il prcsiueni and Mr. Aufu-m
AVurw.i'lt le-olecied secretary and treas?
urer. The following directors wore
chosen: Messrs. Warwick. W. ?. North,
lop. Qessner Harrison. H.churd Wolln ra
nnd H. T. Kilyson. W euuai.uu.u.i
adopted Is totally different from that
of tho wheel club, It gives the organiza?
tion all tlio scope ami Privileg.:* of a
country club. ??, was ostini ih-l thnt not
U.is than 173 members vera present. At
S o'clock they went into the supper room
and greatly enjoyed ono of the post
spreads ever Inid In the history of tho
I r o Hoi bi ChuT.'i.
Rev. Mr. (Ire? n. of the Union Thcolo??'.
cai Seminary, w-U fill ho ? lit ot tho
Barton Heigh? Paptlet Chmoh at
? o'clock this morning?
li lug t r D igpeO'
At ibe conferring of the Daughters in
Dogbee In Masonry held at Leo Camp
Huh Wednesday night, October 7th. Mius
l''dna Bloomberg, was presented a very
handsome emblem of tho Daughters' Do
gree by tho Masonic class of Richmond,
and Manchester, About fifty ladles took
Will Return Mor day.
Governor A. J Montague is expected to
return from Middlesex county on to-mor?
row. Ills Excellency is In East VIrg nla
trying to catch somo fish, but weather
conditions haue been much against him
during his trip.
"Mr. Samuel Coleman died last night nt
11 o'clock at his residence?, No. ?10 Moshy
Street, Deceased ?eaves his wlfo and
seven chlldron, four of whom are grown.
Ho was a consistent member of Union
Station Church, and It Is expected that
his funeral will tnko place fj'pm the
chinch to-morrow. The hour has not
yet been fixed.
U ? h f Mrs .John F. Ewig,
Mrs, John F", Ewig died ?it 1:15 o'clock
this (Sunday) morning at her residence,
Np. US South Fifth Streot, after an Ill?
ness of about a week. Tho deceased was
before mnrrlnge Miss Eva Knlpo, of this
city, and was about thirty-seven years
old. She is survived by her husband und
No arrangements for tho funeral have
yei been mado.
M ?sil ?-he ?Vcl. ????.??.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch,)
PBTBRBBUJtQ, VA., Oct. 10.--Miss
Blanche Mc.llwaini? Alley tiled suddenly
this morning about io o'clock ai tho
homo of her brother, Mr. C. O. Alley, In
thi's city. For the past two or threo
years Misa Alley had been subject to
slight attack:! due tn Improper heart
notion, hut her condition was considered
In no way serious. There was no warn?
ing to-day, death occurring almost In?
? Mrs. Catherine O. R-'ctor.
(Special to The Tlmefc.JDtspalch.)
DEISSBUKG, VA., Oct. ID.?Mrs. Cather
Inai O. Rector, wlfo of howls E. Rector,
of this county, died In tho Alexandria
Hospital on Thursday, October inh, aged
twenty-three years. On account of her
weakened condition she failed to rally
from an operation sho had undorgone. She
was the daughter of Mr. George T. Dodd,
ot Fairfax county. She was Interred on
Saturday, neur Middleburg, this coun- ?
Herry Tavenner, ?
(Special to The Tlmos-Dispntch.) '
, LEESBURG, VA., Oct. lO.-IIonry
Taverner, of Uppervllle, Va., died on Fri?
day night, oged about forty-six years, of
cancur of tho stomach. He was tho son of
William Taverner, of Un'.son, and is sur
?I'ived by his wife, who, was a Miss M'.lls,
of laoudoun, two children nnd severnl
hrothors and sisters.
His funeral will take place on Sunday
from tho Episcopal Church at Upper?
vllle, and intermont in'the comotery at
that place. His first wlfo was a Miss
Gladstone, of Faucjuler county.
Mrs, ?Ju ?a ?Socktam.
(Special to Tha Tlrnes-Dlspatch.)
CUDPEPHR, VA., October 10.?At 2
o'clock Mrs. Julia Beckham died this
oftemoon at Columbin Hospital, In Wash?
ington, under an operation. Mrs. Beck
ham was the wlfo of Captain James M.
Beckham, superintendent of schools for
Culpeper county. She was universally
known and admired by a large circle for
her many endearing and lovable traita of
character. Her body will be brought to
her honit?, In this county, whore tho
burial will tuko place".
Ho ?ert ,-avne.
(Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.")
MORRlHVIhhE, VA., Oct. Hl.-Mr. Ro?
bot t Payne, of Brlstersburg, Fu iiqiil,?"*
county, died very suddenly at church
Wednesday night, and was burled yest?r
day. Ho was one of Iho most populur
men In the county, and his loss will
b0 sincerely and widely mourned. For
years he had been supervisor of Cedar
Run District, and higher political honora
would long ago been conferred upon liirii
bv his fellow citizens had ho beon will?
ing to accept.
vyill'am ?. r0l?"i<-?,.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
BKIPWITH, VA? Oct. lO.-WIMam
Henderson Collins dlod at his son's home,
near here, last Wednesday. He was sev?
enty-four years old. Paralysis was prob?
ably the causo of his death. He was a
Confederato veteran, having been a mem?
ber of Company A, Fifty-sixth Virginia
regiment, Hunton's brigade, Pl'ckott's
division, Longstreet's corps. He entered
and left the service as a private. Ho Is
survived by a widow, several sons and
?Jo^-n W, Reed.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
FRKDERICKSBURG, VA., Oct. 10.
Mr. John W. Reed, a prominent cftlzen
of Westmoreland county, walked out from
his homo a few days ago and later was
heard calling for some one. Whon found
lie was In a helpless condition and could
not walk without assistance. He was
with effort carried to his home, and died
ln a few hours of neuralgia, of the heurt,
Daniel IV.cVlin. *
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
EMORY VA., Oct. 10.?Dan McMlm,
who for past years has been an englneei
on tho Saltvllle Railroad, died at hU
home, In Giudo Springs, throo mile-?, east
of here, at 5 o'clock this morning.
BELTON-.?Died, at his residence, No
l'?l St. Jam? s Street. October 9. tO'3, al
6:40 A, M., PATRICK R, BELTON.
The funeral will take place from St.
Pelor'a Cathedral SUNDAY AFTER.
?'???, October 11th, at 8:30 o'cIock.
Friends and acquaintances invited to at*
CObBMAW.niVd, et ? V. M. Saturduy, October
lOtli. IOO.?!, al tils r^slni'iicu, iN'o. 01? Moalijf
Stroot, HAMtlllh COLEMAN._
C.'HNTllEY- ri?NN'AVAN'l'.?Married. October &
11)03, by tlio Bev. J. 11. Unison, Misa '?KSSIli
h. ?UNNAVANT to ANlHtEW U. (JKNTUflY,
botb of Hlchuiond.