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The Biggest Event of the Year! Hundreds of Men's and Women's [New Suits and Coats at
In addition to the wonderful bargains In
this sals, we wish to cr.ll careful women'" in?
tention to the big raJuod now being rhown In
Rich Fur Sets at.f 13.#8, $J7.5'.\ ??'? no
Girls' New Coats at.S7.08, $m 30
New Ideas In .Millinery at Si.iW, 90.0H. Slo.98
Serge One-Piece Dreaseaat $1.9H, 8H.i?8, ?? ?*
Boys' Winter feuV? at.W.sS, $?.?8. $7.?8
and scores of other low-priced articles that
should appeal to ovary woman who is on
the wauhout for QUALITY clo'hes at
Then $1.00 a Week for the Balance
A gigantic sale for both men and women. Hundred* of Men's Suits,
Men's Overcoats, Women's Coats, Women's Tailor-Made Suits?all on the
same easy terms of payment?all at one special price:
Regular prices run all the way up to $27.50. This special price of $15.75
and the exceptional terms of $2 down and $1 a week are FOR MONDAY ONLY!
*>sry article bought at the National ta
guaranteed to gtv* oomplet?. lasting satia
faoUon or money wUl be promptly refunded.
Our customers must b* SATISFIED at ail
A wonderful varie
y of new Two-toned
Coats, Bcude Coats,
Plaid Back Coats and
scores of other styles
selling regularly up to
$25, on Monday only
The most beautiful
and most expensive
Suits we have ever
put on sale at $15.75.
Many of them regu?
larly sell up to $23?
some of them higher
still. Plain Tailored
Suits, Richly Trimmed
Suits, every desirable
style, the prettiest as?
sortment in the city.
Only $2 down! See
at $15.75. ?
New Coats, with or
without belts, in gray,
tan, brown, blaclc, etc.,
regularly selling up to
$22, in this sale only
$15.75. Get into one
this Monday, for in
this sale you can get
one for only $2 down!
Regularly selling up
Hand Tailored Suits,
new patterns, solid
fabrics, guaranteed for
all time. On Monday
$15.75, and $2 down
buys the pick of them
10 E. Broad St.
Oppo. The Cohen Co.
News of South Richmond
NINE UNOER ARREST
Holders Held l'nder 9IOO Bond as As?
sailants of Tralausa.
Four mold--!?11 S. Eck. KdwarJ 1
Eck, J. B. Eck and J. D. Kennerly?
were arrested yesterday on a charge
of d!sorderly conduct in the saloon of
C M. Powell, on West Seventh M *? I
The men are ea'.d to l/ise been par?
ticipants In iha row which result .
the serious cutting of Ash'ourn Tra.n
um, of Twenty-eighth ar.d O Streets.
Thursday afternoon. Nine men are
row under arrest awaiting trial this
The condition of Tralnum, which was
at Brat critic*!, is now reported as
FAT FOLKS SUM
? leader Elegaaee of 11 so re aseaaa asore
to a woman thaa beaut;. Pt'oaeea
s good figure aad wta bai.pl
aess and admiration.
i Day b?
Sag dr igs ta
. no body
stssa; no star
? s t I or. diet;
r raasete; ss
piiia aaa, ce?
f .. mel --Inea
of any kind. I
lost my enor
laot'S eneass i. asset ? ?? mjtss
a, - - !?? :?)???? ?i r-i
?lern I am
..me sti* hsve
Over two hun?
tom r rs pro
claim ra 7
a -ray of on?
t me fst men
rejoice at the
red bit loa my treat m?
piscricg ts retire to
Is rear last chance ts rec
frse. so yea may start at once ro reduce
With aar great dregless treatment the
erauty of e-orra Is restered ts your fare,
chin and seek by removing g!l bulging fat
aaes. leevteg as wrinkles Tos may 'i a rasas
a model of sleadersesa aad charm, radiant
with now health and greater ttlBBll in
eteao of being clsmatly fat Tmlts-ora eoma
ead ge. set the Mar Joel? Hamilton Treat?
ment irees sa forever, .-renting aetomahmtnf
end adnVrstleti Is htm?, ti,.-, ?
gares of fig-nr- la the -nvr ef a me- a--!
w.rae? IMsl >* <"A?H IP T Part to peers
sr.r drtaaiess treatment anything sat safe,
auiek snd aarwt'eaa Is fat reduction Doa't
wait net:! to-morrww: write to-day ?or my
TkgTg BOOK costalaine an part a-a snd
M ava send you all t offer --. MVRJORI1
JUXTITn.N. tratst fag. aVeebt B'lfg . (Voter.
an aaaaaaastes as aajaaajaj
CARL H. PFORZHEIMER
era ease i-a-1 ? Braae g.-. Bread! stkJI.T.
K.-eatly improved. He has left the'
City Home and :s at the horn/ of his;
brother. It la hardly probable that he \
will be able to appear against his al- \
l<g>J assailants to-rr.urrow morning .ii
Police Court. Part II., when they will
be gl MB a prel:m.r.ary hearing. All
nave been released on bail In the sum
of 11)6. The bondsman of A. White
law, however, last night surrendered
' rap Came Raided.
In a ra:d on a crap gamv last night,
i William Staples Sam Prvor. Sam Mc
Knight. William Lawrence, Krank
Jackson and Willi- Graham, ail colored,
were captured. All were held without
ba:l for appearance In Police Court,
^ Part IL, to-morrow morning.
Hrcripta for \oTemher.
The monthly report of reoeipts for
V."ash:r.;rtun Ward for the month of
XOTSSabst. madr by Deputy Treasurer
J. W. Rronoufh. Jr. is as follows:
Do* tax and renewals. IXXS; wafron
tax and tips. $11.".): J p. Robinson,
for II. C. Hulce. |Mlt.7s; for T. C
Wjilford. $704.?t: cemeteries, by S P.
Janen sup< r!nrend<-r.t. Maury. |"5^.4<i:
Mt. Olivet Hall; fines in Police Court.
Part IX, H -V. Maur.ce. Police Justice.
I1$XM; clerk* ft-, s :n Hustings Court,
Part EX, W, E. Duval. $21.% 37: sergeant's
fLts la Hustings Court. Part II . J. G.
Sa.ur.ders. for the months of July. Au
gj.?t. ?-pt?mtr-r and iVtoher. $55 57.
Wat4 ? T>*p?rtrnent. sale of J ink $""7.
wster rents. $143 17. total collections.
Worklas ?n New ^raoiila.
For (hi past week :i iarsre force of
laborers has been employed 1n ex
j cavatinir on the site of the new Swans
, I o-o * hoe4, wh'ch will be erected on
1 th* M dloCMM Turnpike, at a cost of
$.'??? W':h Mother week of clear
i w.-a. her the foundations for the build
inr w ll 1? laid. The brick work will
! r> >t rv .I'f-mpted until aficr the cold
j weather ends.
I The foundition for the Oak Grove
School has l>e^n laid and re her prcpar
i ati>ry work finished. Thl? building will
I be ne.i- the petersb'ira; Xurnp'kr. anj
! will b- located on the ?Drewry M.in
p.-.>oe-rty. It wri he c! Utk Of
?mall< r than the ^wansboro School
'. Both ? I! have esgfai rooms.
In ?ddrre? ItlMr ? la??.
Judge Frnest M '.Veils ^as accepted
sn laettatton .<ddr-?? rh? memorial
???rvire sf th? Bat.? riltle Mass ?n the
t'?ion station Meth<M;?: Church this
.?fternoon Jiida-e \v. who is presi?
dent of the Wette* r.'Me Cl?*? of the
Central Methodist rr i-cn which boasts
of the largest r? -nhe-ship oi the
?outbs.de. has made several address?!
on similar oecsaloi? and a large crowd
's expected to hear him speak.
Will Have < brletaua Tree.
Followlnr th? tianal custom. SaM
?eh .!-ir? < f Pie BV-rr'jr<? Street Bap?
tist: Snnday School will be treated to a
f^hrlstmaa tree di-rr ?v?- hr.l)dav?
The annual custom, of having the gMs*
dren brine: offerine* of srocerles. \ece
taMee and fruits will t* retained Tfc
donations wlU be d.strlbuted among
\t Cberrhea To-Trey.
Rallv Dar exercises will be held this
morning at ? $? o'clock in the porter
Jtfreet p-rshv'jtrlan ?'inda-.* School. The
exr-Hees Will be ander the rl'Teefai
\ special "nmmmloei eervle? fl- men
will be held bs adjfbi n the yr>?a
Memorial Flnl?ror>?l ?'h-i--h. nnjer the
ineptre? of ?h< Brotherhood of ST An?
The r-s'ilar meeting of ehe Serans
boro Rehooi and r,v.c Teane will be
held nest Thursday a fterrtoon at J
ovioefc to Kllbr s IhU. Jlra JecrraX
president of the league, will preside.
will be discussed for carrying
out the various improvements which
have been eugKested On the follow
l.-.K n'.eht a eorn-shucging party and
cake-walk gill be given in Mlltoys
Hail for the purpose of raising funds
? ? ir: .?? . :..c Improvements deci J-.-J
With Secret Orders.
Manchester Council. No. 2'~, Royal
Arcarum. will meet to-morrow night at
Fraternal Hal! for the annual election
You can't go wrong if you invest
in Kurs for yourself or for some
body's Christmas gifts
Fur of some sort is the ,trrepted
complt ment of every outdoor cos
tume. not alone for its comfort
and beauty, hut for its graceful?
ness and air of lu.xurv.
Far Sets and Separate
Muffs and Scarfs
A splendid holiday assortment
of best qualities and styles from
which to make your selection.
K\rrv fur in every desirable
grade temptingly pricr-d.
Chas. Haase & Sons
119 W. Broad Street, Masonic
Richmond. - - - Virginia.
?' ? ?
Nick? ! ( h thus r>i?.hca $.V5# to
The E. B. Taylor Co.
I of officer*. All members are requested
i to be present.
Indianoia Tribe. No. SJ. ImproveJ
Order of R.-d lien, will hold Its Weakly
powwow in its tepee at Toney's Hall.
Eleventh and Hull Streets, to-morrow
WUI Hear Salt,
The suit of C. O. Allan against F. T. '
I Nesbit & Oo. in assumpsit, will be
heard to-morrow morning In Hust?
ings Court, Part II.. before Judge Er?
nest H Wells, ft S, P. Patteson repre?
sents the plaintiff and Lucius Cary the
Will Visit Fulton Lodge.
The visiting committee of the Junior
Order United American Mechanics will
meet to-morrow nlg-ht with Patrick
Henry Council. No z. in Pulton. The
State council*" will be present.
Returns to His Hosae.
Dajilel Mass, who has been the guest
of his uncle. Stuart J. Scott, at IdIO
Hull Street, for the past week, has re?
turned to his home In Newport News.
IS FATAL TO CRUM
Former Collector of Port of
Charleston Dies of Disease
Contracted in Monrovia.
[Special t* The Ttrr.es Dispatch.]
Charleston. P C. December T?Dr. Wil?
liam V. Crem, colored. Cnlt?d States minis?
ter to Liberia sod former collector ef the
I port of Charleston, died >.ere to-day from
I African fever, contracted In Monrovia, wirft
I con.pl.cations He was home on leave of
[absence, and had teen S3 asts aboat two I
, Crum's appointment as c-jsteoas collector
I here by President Roosevelt in April. USX,
' raised a storm ef protest throughout the
' South en account ?f his color He served
until March 4. US). Wh*n. by resignation.
I he went out ?' of?l<-e a'ona with the Roeee
SsM admlnls'ration. He was later named
: ?- the Uberian poet by President Taft, j
Croat, was Sfty-four years old, a graduate
of Howard Celleg*, i. c - and bad1
a' hleved <-nn*1dr??c:e euccras bare as a pi.>
? lan asaeag bis race.
NEPHEW OF BOO ID
American Actor Murders Wife
Before Taking His
(?aeetal Ca?:* te The Tlmee-Dispatch )
Brightnesses. Ers DeeeWrher T.-Tae
h-flies of th? two America** wae war*
fcaad dead her* fest? i say were MsaMBawd
aa these ef Jas ras Brutes Booth, as acter,
o' Beete*, and ??we?w ef Klein Boeth. sad
his wife. Rents test gate seieen te his wife
ilia i ?M>i drssght. aad thee bl'led hist
'self He cee'eeeed la a sete fseed la las
I aWsVOBBga Sf tr- hotel the twe had sece
pi?t here Ii reed
"t hswe gives sir a I'- e *'*?pmg deeutM
to esae bey pals As I eeaeet live wit seat
I her I wi.: give sr?se.' ?selber."
Beotha meads ear thai the aepbew of
the great eater had hers duspaadiat far
ajeac ttaaa. aad had seea a rrUas? ?x.
MB Iii COOPER
CASE NOT AGREED
Locked Up for Night, and Will
Not Report Before Mon
Danvli'.e, Vi, December 7 ?After being out
fo- seven hours the Jury In the r-.ooser case
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will send you a 75c package of I
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matism cure and uric acid solvent.
This remedy Is making wonderful
cures all over the State, and every!
reader of The Times-Dispatch should
take advantage of this opportunity to
get a 75c package for ;5c.
MrCORKLE DRUG CO.,
We pay the postage.
was locked up for Its fourth rrlght In the
I Morgan Hot*! to-night, and will not !?e al?
lowed to report before 1? o'clock Monday
morning, arhea the Corporation Court will
To-day's seaslori waa given over to the
lewyera for their final arguments. For the
defense. William Leigh and Eugene Withers
spoke for sn hour and a half, respectively,
and Commonwealth's-Attorney Hamlln clos?
ed, making a two-hour apeech. He saked
for the full penalty of first degree murder.
The Jury wsa given the case at t o'clock
and reported st t o'clock that there was no
-agreement. Judge Peatroas sent word to
sthem that they wou.d not be discharged
untl. they had deliberated longer.
He gave them until 10 o'clock to-night,
after which time he ordered thst they be
.ocked up until Monday. Coope: aeems lit?
tle concerned, s..nough hla mother, sitting
by him. was visibly dlstreaaed.
COLL ITH. COBB IS FIRST
Crosses Tape Ahead In Preliminary Rare at!
Chape! Bill. N. C . December 7 ?Carolins'a
prellmlnarlea for tha Interstate cross-coun?
try run of four miles for next Saturday wns
hold this sfternoen. Cotlleir Coob won thai
toga by covering the distance In twenty
three minutes snd one second The other
wlr.cern were Captain Patterson, .?'pence.
Whrtlng. Robinson. Turner. Scott snd Har
rlaon. The run on next <atjrday will be
participated in by A * M . Wake Forest.
Trinity and Carolina.
BROWN ON STAND
I III OWN DEFENSE
All Evidence In and Argument to
Jury Will Be Made on
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Newport News. Vs., Decemcer 7.?Psllcs
Justles J D. G. Brown, on trial la the Oar
poratlon Court for alleged embezzlement of
State fines, will know hia fate Monday. All
of the evidence was concluded to-day. Staat
the argument to the Jury will begin Monday
after the Instructions to the Jury are agree*}
Justice Brown took the stand In his owa
defense to-day He denied positively that
William YgOung had ever paid him any
money on a fins of 117.75. which the juatlsa
ta accused of embezzling. He also denied
that several other persons who testified to
havlns; paid him parta of fines had eat
done so Justice Brown waa calm a ad Saas
lei ted while on the stand, and testified as
straightforward manner. His evidence wga
unshaken on crosa-ezsmlnatlon.
Jones Bros. & Co.
1418-1420 East Main Street
The Home of
for Xmas Giving
When you make up your gift li>t. put FT'RXITL'RE
at the top. It is a gift that pleases, and CONTINUES,
TO PLEASE. The fine wood and honest construction in
our furniture make them good for a lifetime of service?
a lasting token of your thoughtfulne?? and good taste!
Look Over These Gift
Suggestions?Visit Our Store
i Mm $2 56 to $15.00.
Ladies Desk*, to $50.00.
-ill ("hair>. $0.00 to $30.00.
Rorkrrs. in oak. mahogany and willow. $1.50 M $20.00
Coaches. 17.50 to $50.00.
h: - $2 00 ? $7 50.
Brav? Jardinere*. and rmbrrlla Stand?, Clocks. I.amp<
I l?< tnr IWt.ibl**?. Dinner Sets Toilet Set?. Pi I
Mirrors. Kug> .ind Druggets.
THE EARLIER THE BETTER