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$850 Manko*
Mofe, $6.98
White and Natu?
ral.
Hmstitcked (Mob
Ve?i,
All colors $1.19.
regular $ 1.50 value
ImmmWt hg^Sjltfiaj
$1.00
New shapes, all
colors.
We are closing out our
stock of Dr. Jaeger Un?
derwear ^V/tfJc under
regular prices.
A November Sale That Will Break All Records
We've determined that November, 1912, should break all sales records.
To accomplish this result NEW merchandise in all sections of the house has
been ruthlessly cut in price. Unseasonable weather has left manufacturers
New Coats: Big Reductions
Full-length Zibtlines in beautiful
collar; some with p'aid hacks.
shades of grey; high
$23.75 and $24.75 Coats Now $19.75
$27.75 Coats Now $21.75
Chinchilla Coats, $12.98, were $17.75
Frown, navy. grev and Oxford. Heavy, well-made gar
ine'its for outdoor wear.
Peter Thomson Dresses, $4.98, were $6.00
Navy serge, trimmed with white braid: plaited skirt; sizes
6 to 14
New Dress Goods. Greatly Reduced
In This Unusual Sale
Special lots taken from our regular stocks.
Reliable qualities, large quantities, good variety and extra?
ordinary- values.
Lot 1
$1.50 and $1.75 Suiting, $1.19
50 and ."4 inches wide; all sea?
sonable and desirable goods. The
assortment consists of ten pieces
of grey mixtures, one piece of black
cheviot and one of navy serge
Lot 3
Special Golf Red Suitings
54-larh All-Wool Thibe?, Sl-00
yard, i Regular $1.25.
.-.?-Inch Broadcloths. ?1.50 yard.
Regular $1.75.
ax-lark Extra Heavy Coating
Serge, tl.25 yard. Regular $1.50.
Lot 4
$1.5? Broadcloth, $1.19
A very reliable satin fare cloth,
$o .inches wide, in black, navy, re?
seda, hello and canard
Lot 2
$2.0? Suitings, $1.49. yard
AU SI inches wide, consisting of
grey, brown and blue mixtures and
one piece of black herringbone
serge.
Suit Values in the November Sale. Unequalled Anywhere
There's a charm of line, trimming and tailoring combined with beauty of
fabric about these suits that gives them the dignity and distinction of custom
made. They were beyond the ordinary values at their original prices. At
the reduced prices they are simply unmatchable for value.
Lot I
$12.89
Lot 2
SUITS,
Strictly plain tailored
Suits of diagonal serge,
plain serge and English
mixtures, in navy, black and
brown.
Lot 4
$29.75 to $33.75i
suirs,.j
Velour de Laine, Zibeline, Diagonal and
Men's Wear Serge, in navy, taupe, black
and amethyst.
Perfectly plain tailored or trimmed with
buttons, braid and velvet.
?75|$17.75
SUITS,
Two tone Diagonals,
Plain Serges and Cheviots,
in black, navy, brown and
taupe.
Plain tailored or
touches of trimming.
with over stocks. We bought liberally at special prices and then made
further reductions, both on the new purchases and various lots of regular
stocks. "If you see it in the Mosby ad. it is so/'
Silk Waists, $5. were $6 and $7
Messalines, Taffetas, Chiffons, Charmeuse and Net, in navy,
black, taupe, brown and white.
Nearly all of them trimmed with lace and buttons. Very
pretty effects. A few are plain tailored.
Long Kimonos. $5.98, were $7.50 to $10.00
Challie and albatross?just as pretty as they can be.
Pinks, light blues, rose, red and navy; daintily trimmed.
Dancing Frocks, $10.98, were $19.75
About a dozen of them?fine chiffon in lavender, pink and
with
!1$19.75
$24.75
Lot 3
$27.50
SUITS,
Plain tailored and fancies
in this lot?Two-tone Diag?
onals, Piain Serges and Mix?
tures.
Lot 5
$35.00 to $45.00
SUITS,.
Diagonals, Eponge, Serges and Zibelines.
All fancy trimmed with frogs and braids;
taupe, amethyst, navy, black and /brown.
I $29.75
light blue.
The sizes are somewhat broken.
Save 20% on
IMPORTED TABLE LINEN
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It's just off the ship?some of the prettiest patterns
we have ever had in stock.
$150Napfuns, $1.98 dozen
inen. pure white bleach. 10x20 inches
y weicht; pretty pattern*.
$4.50 Napkins, $3.39 dozen
Fine All-Linen Dinner Napkins. 23x33 Inches, good weight
beautiful range of pattern*. This Is an exceptionally good value.
DOMESTIC RUGS?Very Radical Reductions in
It is certainly pure good fortune to get such bargains right at the time of planning to buy new floor coverings.
ft. Axminster
R.3xio/> and 9x12 ft.
Wiltons and other
stvles?
$29.75
Were $37 50 to $55.00.
9x12 ft. Brussels Rugs
?two patterns in two
tone greens?
$9.75
Were $16.50.
9x12
Rugs?
$19.50
Were $35.00.
6x9 ft. Smyrna and
Axminster Rugs?
$7.98
Were $15.00 and $17.50.
30x60 in. Axminster
Rugs?
$3.49
Were $7 50.
18x36 in. Axminsters,
98c; were $1.25.
27x54 in. Brussels.
99c; were 1.65.
36x72 in. Axminsters,
$2.98; were $3.75.
$6.50 Table Cloths, $4.89
Fin. SaUn Finish Double Damaak
Cloths. 2 1-1 x 2 1-4 yards, for round
SBd square table..
Large floral pattern. In round sad
square designs.
The cloths are extra heavy, all
pure linen and snow white bleach.
0U Ins tf Meres at Half Price
Leftovers from the special sale
of last week.
$3.89 pr. acre $150 ts $10.
$4.89 pr. were $1150 to $16.50.
NEW BROCADED SILKS
At Greatly Reduced Prices
A rare opportunity! This offer consists of the very latest
favorites of fashion.
Embraced in the assortment are white, ivory, pink, light
blue, Xi!e. helio. pompadour and two-tone effects.
For foundation waists, dresses to be draped, or fancy work
there's nothing, more up-to-date than these silks.
$2 Brocaded Charmeuse,
$1.39 yard
20-inre. Satin DnrkeV $1.1? yard.
Regular prices. SI SO and S1.3S.
=*-lnea Brocaded Darheae, $1.5?
yard. Regular price. $2.5".
3S-lark Brocaded Sllka la pompa?
dour etfecte, S1.9V Regular price.
$.?..00.
=4-tB.-a Broeaded Silk., la ?oral
eSeeta for fancy work. $2JIN. Reg?
ular pries, $5.00.
$2.95 Gold Brocade Satin,
$1.98 yard
A fcequtiful coat or wrap lining.
Handsome gold d"sign brocaded on
heavy rich. Mack satin. 36 Inches
wide
Other High-Class Silks
Reduced in Price
3S-lnek Doable Pare Satte. $l,s?
yard. Regaine prfee, BS BS
A brjutlful heavyweight silk, in
..rn-a'n and turquoise. Ma<-k and
emerald, wine at.d einer?! !. MacB
and < ? rise and r >, \ ami - tu? raid.
At. '.1>:-.1 fabric f"~ opera ?oats. etc.
|0 inches wide. In
blue, coral, maize and
pink, light
?ream.
$2.25 Crepe Meteors,
$1.98 yard
4ft inches wide, in navy, lavender,
emerald, apricot. I'openhagen, light
blue, cream, old rose and black.
$2 Bordered Foulards,
$1.29 yard
42 Inches wide. Admirable silka
for house dresses, etc.
Navy, brown, white and black
grounds with appropriate borders.
$1.00 Chiffon Taffetas,
79c yard
.1*! inch's wide. In pink, light
blue, coral, rese.la. emerald. Kinn s
blue. navy, etc
Special Bargains in Millinery Section
Trimmed and Cntrimmed Hats in the latest sha]>es.
New Flower* iW drc-- trriTiiings an.l the hair. All at *pe
cial prices to-morrow.
A \i?it to "ur Millinery Sah?n will well repay you.
Our Auction Sale of $45,000
Worth of Oriental Rugs
Begins To-Morrow,
Novembet 18th, at 10:30 A. M.
It is an innovation?an entirely new departure in the way of merchandising in Rich?
mond.
These rugs were personally selected and gathered by Mr. Constantine M. Koury, a
celebrated art connoisseur.
We have engaged the services of Mr. Koury for this sale, and each rug will be
auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Oriental Rugs are no longer a luxury?they are a necessity?and Oriental Rugs of
real merit are synonomous with fine paintings or any other works of art.
Connoisseurs, collectors, decorators and all others who know rugs and rug values
should attend these sales, which will take place every day during the coming week at 10:30
A. M. and 2:30 P. M. at 21 West Broad Street, the store immediately adjourning our own.
The store will be open and the rugs on exhibition from 9 A. M. until 6 P. M. Cata?
logs can be had upon application.
They will be of great assistance in helping you select a rug.
If you have a charge account, any purchase you make during this sale will be
charged.
If you can use an Oriental Rug, or even expect to. you should avail yourself of this
opportunity.
J. B. MOSBY ft CO.
20% to 40 7<? Reduction in Price on
BLANKETS, SHEETS, TOWELS
These articles are all new. They represent a portion of the
overstocks of several mills that we bought at special prices.
To make the sale a notable one, we have made a further cut
in price, with the result that the best values offered this season,
or likely to be offered, are ready for you to-morrow.
$2.50 Blankets, $1.39 pr | 75c Bleached Skeets. 53c
Bee* Vatas We Have Ever Offered
sd i a la Pf lea.
White Wool Blankets. ?0x80
Inches: made of pure white stock,
wool finish.
Light In weight and very warm.
We purchased two cases direct from
the miU at a big reduction in price,
and we're, cutting the price still
lower for your benefit.
50c Crib Blankets, 39c ea
Wool finish Crib Blankets in
fancy colors, pink and light blue.
36x4$ Inches.
The colors are all fast. Th?
blankets can be. wsshsd sad main?
tain their beauty, nap and feel.
Among the patterns are eats,
doss, rabbits, chickens sad flour ds
lys.
of pur. whits bleached
sheeting, standard brand.
72x?0 Inches, with a three-inch
hem at the top and one inch st the
bottom.
Each sheet torn before making,
laundered reaJy for use.
75c Pillow Cases, 50c ea
All-Linen Hemstitched Pillow
Cases. 45x38 1-2 inches, made of
rood, heavy, round thread linen,
free from dressing; spoke hem?
stitched
39c Initial Linen Towels,
25c each
All Purs Linen Hemstitched
Initial Huck Towels, with damask
border.
lSxSS inches, extra heavy weicht,
soft finish sad very absorbent.
Corsets That Were $5.00 to
$7.50, now $1.98
Something of a reduction when yoa consider that the cor?
sets are all famous makes, such as La Rita, Bon Ton and Mad?
ame Eugenie models.
We are closing out broken assortments. Xot all sizes of
each style in the collection, but there's a full line of sizes at the
price. ?
TEACHERS OF BEDFORD
MEET IN CONVENTION
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tarnt was th?- -Bible in j
Ike ?. ? :. hj M;*s J.mia Gran*. ?>f
,_ii nehm?! at tht*
The x-h ??<?.; Chl'd'a H-aJt ?"
?o in- t?-n -her? by I?r.
w H Heek at Ike f-?<- :it> N atM
i ? . ? .< . .. . who a s;ain in
t\ Sunday ech" ?! .
? of t . V-? noli ? i hurth. .?P?k. on,
I he k< MM ta the home.!
? na ? there eyeepj ttnej
i.? K. I I'lf zi>atrirk. I
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f bin-la J M
le-.ir. ' . ..I n? T.^ 0 ? ; .irtm?-nt of hik-j
t-.r?. State Mel anal Ik heal, Karmvlile..
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kd M ? k fkufoe 4 B? ???*??? <i
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t e T ?:. her ? ft ork " t.> Mlaa Mary A ;
Wati I of ffiMirtevrse Hinh
I ,t.d ll?'n ?? ?-iiif. - prlneif*!
'?f Tb?re were more
ib in !"? >:. ?? from all part* ef the
?; lh? i <-t yeftflon. end;
.?''f. ??e^ and a
I ? ?? < k t . ag a-iven ,
t*v t???. of ed lentloet in the rnwrjty.l
???r ttw pa**, f-w ye?r> hterh I
- - . . .. >.|,pti_?t h?-r?- and J
at kaanv i.th-r point*, and no many Bee 1
and m ?>??? aetio-.t building* erected.
Ai*M fdv.v*'. wt,i have beaa esaeaeM
f<>r t*.?-"?- purpose* this year. !
A mu<-h-enjoyed feature of the con-1
v^ntion eras the reception tendered the
xjsitors Thursilay evening by the fac :l- |
?y of the Hedfnrd Oty school. There
na* a ilclisrhtf ui program of musicsl
r.umber*, violin duets by Misses Julia
stone and Irvine (luy: vocal solo* by
V-? W H. Kent. Miss Margaret love.
Mra Paul Bar a; am In. Mis* Uly James.
OU DosnsHS FiW Cs.
Floors Laid. Scraped and Finished.
>j>oriahst> on rebnishing old floors.
O. W. ALEXANDER.
?la West Main Street.
Rich mood. Vs.
Can Cancer Be Curea.
IT CAN
of the Kalles*
a-ltboet parallel la history, havtag
eareS to stay cared pot atsatatly. srttb
oat the see of tbe half* er X-ray. oeae
H per caat eC the assay bsaar ise of
aasTotetp frees caassr watch ft aaa
treat as dsrfas taa past | ft sea yeara
We bars beea sadorssd by taa reaps**
eed L^gislstar* of VI? elate. We aajse* .
KELIsaUl \\\WTtiL
Mrs. F. O. Thomas and J. M. Daniel,
c onciuded with comic sobs* with banjo
accompaniment.
At tbe closing session the officers for
the ensuing year were elected, as fol?
lows. President, J. R. Ouy: etc*-presi?
dent. R. Q. Lowry. secretary-treasurer.
Miss Mamie Hawkins: vice-presidents
for the magisterial district* are: Lib?
erty. Mr*. W. J. Latlmer. Lisbon. H.
Blanklnshlp. Chnmbers'-urg. Mis* Ella
Paw thorn; St aunt on. Mia* Mary Par?
ker. Otter. Mis* Martha Evans. Char le?
rn on t. Miss Violet Marshall. Forest,
Mr*. L? C. Rad ford. P.-1 eru*. Miss Mar?
garet Byrne*. Muni'ipaJ. Mrs. s. Ct
Grave*.
delegate* to tbe Mate convention at
Ri-mmorsJ. I. K. Rogers. W. E Oar
net t. Mis* Belle Buford.
Fbl*TnTJt*rTT F.S
f Special to The Times-dispatch.)
FnrmvU*. Vs. November If -
honor of two of Its rne ashore erbe bsv* I
recently sssxrlod. the Phi fAgnsa Delta |
Fretersjfty entertained an Thai
evening Tbe two happy
Mr. aast Mrs. Welter W.
Mr. and Mr* F. S.
means tbe least of the many
lending enjoy men i to tbe ocoa
the presenss of so nay eg Us* aat of
town *m ethers of tbe local chapter
r*t Its entire eseulssant only three sset*.
hers were abeeat- At P o'clock fa tbe
b-autiful hall mi tbe fraternity lea Magi
was begun sad eawttaaaS until i: J?. (
at which Urne tk* party aijiilbi ? tei
Mrs. F. a Armlstead. of Blueneld. W.
Vs. Miss Virginia Armlstesd. of John?
son City. Tenn.: Mis* Evelyn Noeli. ot
Johnson City. Tenn.: Kiss Norm? Look
ridge, of Lynch burs The town guests
were Mr. sad Mrs. Walter W. Barrow.
Misses Virginia Psulett. Grace Walton.
Locket Walton. Kos Gray Flippen, Car?
rie Kyle. Nannie Blantoru Mrs. J. J.
Hamilton
Watches
flf.M sad up
Smith a Wemterl
Powell and Mrs. R. L Hamlett. The
out-of-towa members of the fraternity j
present were Paul s. Barrow, of Ran- j
dolph-Hacon College. Ashland. R. C j
Csrtsr. of Richmond, and the local:
members present were Horace Adams, ?'
P. T. Verser. F. T. Wootton, JL T. West- '.
ton. John H. Dyer, J. O. Poolett, J. J.
Powell. P. a Baldwin and Acre? Chap- i
pelL Chaperons: Mr. sad Mrs. J. A.
Garland. Dr. and Mrs. J. R Spencer. Dr.
sad Mrs. C a Crate.
M Is
[Special to The Timos- Dispatch. 1
Dsrtism. If. C. November Is.?Revo-|
?if iwutt hsrina* received authentic'
lasWsnatlss that a still was betas; oper?
ated la Orang? County, snoot eighteen j
assess northwest sf Durham. Called
tttatea Marshal Mayssrd and OMoers
Msriltt sad Knight left this rtty yes
terday and etstSsd the locality la wheehl
the stfll wan i ssemd. la a few hoses
found taw plant in fail swing. ]
corn whiskey running frees the
Hthsst assess asslatsais. Taw!
tees had and. The still had a cm-1
sswety of lie aTsJlsw* Gary sta gal-,
tons of whiskey wees fssad. Tweie'
wees MS gallons of beer, which was I
rut down sad allow*d to ran os7. The
still
?as est sp sad the brass saw
brsawks^to tM^etty^Th? oper
Tersttr of Virginia. Cbarlottesvllle. was
| booked to deliver, on Sunday afternoon,
[ the first lecture of a series for the
I season before the T. M. C. A_ at the
Academy of Music. Yesterday Secre?
tary D. H. Wlloox received a letter
from Mrs. Alderman, savins; her baa
band was III and woald be unable ta
fill the encasement. The letter stated
be hoped to be over his disposition In
a few days, and would come on the
24th, so the lecture has been post?
poned ta that date.
State Taxes
For 1912
11 natty win be added ta aft lassi?
Mils ea Dei1 stnbie i. Cease early seal
The teures ta wsahtaas.sn ware) are
tM sw*8oTw)Ce>T<>t*f? %0 *7^wM|w?al
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