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commemorates the deeds of those brave
soldiers who gave their lives for the
Lost Cause, but Is a magnificent orna?
ment, It should appeal to every man,
woman and child In. the city of Nor?
folk. In view of this fact we aro en?
couraged to ask for a large and gen?
erous response and liberal patronage.
The following ladles have been selected
to act on the different committees, and
are requested to meet the ladles of the
Plckett-Buchanan Chapter of the mem?
bers of the auxiliary In the hall of the
camp Thursday 13th, at 12 o'clock: Mrs.
Charles F. Mclntosh, Mrs. Richard
"Waidrop, Mrs. T. R, Borland. Mrs. H.
N. Page, Mrs. J. T. Allyn, Mrs. R. B.
Cooke, Mrs. S. Hamburger, Mrs. G. M.
P. Batts, M?. David Lowenberg, Mrs.
W. T. Irvine, Mrs. O. W. Gordon, Mrs.
M.' Umstadter, Mrs. C. F. Myers, Mrs.
N. Beaman, Mrs. John Wilkinson, Mrs.
Washington Taylor, Mrs. Frank A.
Walke, Mrs. Walter P. Burrow. Mrs. G.
M. Serpell, Mrs. L. Hecht, Miss Llda
Starke, Mrs. J. W. Perry, Mrs. E. M.
Henry, Mrs. James W. McCarrlek, Miss
Julia Seiden, Mrs. J. F. Cecil, Mrs, T. B.'
Garnet!* Mrs. Lewis White. Mrs. J. Y.
Leigh, president: Mrs. W. F. Smith,
t Vice-president; Mrs. W. H. Doyle, sec?
ond vice-president; Mrs. Charles L. El?
liott, secretary; Miss Emily Doyle, cor?
responding eecretary; Mrs. Thorn W.
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'"?! Professor Belezza will give his regu?
lar Monday night soiree at Monteflore
Hall to-morrow night, and In addition
to tho regular Monday night music,
Mr. O'Neill will he there with one of his
large graphophone grands, when the
dancers will have the pleasure of trip?
ping the "light fantastic toe" by music
from Gllmore's and Sousa's bands. Dur?
ing the Intermission between dances the
graphophone will sing songs, make
Speeches, tell jokes, etc.
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Little Annie Jacobs, of Itcllly street,
gavo a donkey party to a few of her
little friends on Friday night. The
prizes were won by Miss Maude Collins
and Master Burnham Stevens. A Re?
freshments were served. The little folks
left well pleased with the evening's
pleasures. She received quite a num?
ber of handsome presents. It being her
? m a
The W. B. A'. Clubiwas delightfully
entertained on Friday evening by Miss
Florrlc Idyrick. at her residence. No. 137
Duke street. The club is composed of
tho following young ladies and gentle?
men, who, In a few years, will be count?
ed among Norfolk's favored four hun?
dred: Misses Florrie Myrlek, Sal lie
Dey, Evelyn Grant, Lillian Myrick, and
Messrs. Vernon Clrant, Robert John?
ston, Luther Sheldon. James Culpepper,
|-;J!mmio.Doy and Capt. John Smith.
"JGames of various kinds were Indulged
[i In by this happy company, the first
i j prizesvl>elng carried off by Miss Sallle
''Dey and Mr. Vernon Grant. After the
'?? refreshments were served Mrs. Geo. W.
V, ITBethell pang several appropria te selec
fjons, which were thoroughly enjoyed
? by all present.
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K The Senior German Club gave their
r paster dance Friday night at Montc
i/ore Hall. It was notable as one of the
?largest ever given by the club, and
Withal one of the gayest. A number of
Jurangers were present, Mrs. Caldwell
jlardy, Mrs. H. It. Cooke and Mrs.
Iflugh Nelson l'nge were charming, as
thvays, In the capacity of chaperones,
5jid Mr. Walter H. Taylor led the
Cancers through the Intricate mazes of
Iho beautiful dance with the skill born
<":f many former delightful experiences.
Vo tho dreamy waltzes and inspiring
tWO-Steps, played by the Naval Post
Wand, the couples danced and marched.
J[bowing with kaleidoscopic view the
landsome gowns which graced this oc?
casion. An elaborate supper was served
lit half-past 11 o'clock In the banquet
Kail. The menu was composed of all the
Cellcacics of the season. The gcrman
lasted until 1 o'clock, and although tho
rain, poured without, the brightness
within, the hall would have never led
one to suppose that anything but good
cheer prevailed. Among the strangers
I who were present were Miss Norvell
Cralghlll, of Lynchburg; Misses Cow?
man, Patterson, Bonsai and Sllngbuff,
of Baltimore: Miss Tayloe, of New
York; the Misses McCalla, of the navy
yard; Mr. Ken sett, of the Eastern
Shore; Mr. Roper, of Petersburg; Mr.
Watklns, of Richmond. _ ....
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"In a Persian Garden" will be Bung
on tho 27th by tho best talent from
Richmond and Norfolk, and in conjunc?
tion with a tea will be presented under
tho auspices of the King's Daujfhters
for their charity work. This promises to
be a delightful occasion, and it is hoped
that the financial side will bo as much
of a success as the social.
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The annual banquet and election of
otilcers of the Country Club took place
yesterday afternoon. The reception hull
at the club had been profusely und elab?
orately decorated with flugs and foliage,
with cut flowers to add a touch of color
to the pretty scene. The members of
j this attractive club and their friends
! rode to Lambert's Point in special cars,
and were carried to the clubhouse in
I 'busses, which hael been provided for
the occasion. The Naval Post Band fur?
nished the music on this occasion, and
dancing was Indulged in and greatly
enjoyed. A delectable repast was served
and all eleclared this one of the most
pleasant <>t the receptions which have
been given at this popular club.
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Miss Annie Henry. Miss Nellie Little.
Miss Sue Payne. Miss Llssle Hllllard,
Miss Mary Magulre Clmmberlaino and
Miss Emily Wilson will attend the
grand opera In Baltimore next week.
Miss Bessie Prince, of Courtland, Is
the guest of Mrs. Sebrell, on Dartmouth
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MlBfl Mary Stegar, of Richmond, is
visiting her auntfMrs. Stegar, on Gran
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Mrs. Robert Tunstall, of Baltimore, Is
visiting Mrs. Charles Tunstall, on
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Miss Leila Hobson ha-s returned from
Baltimore, where she has been spend?
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Misses Nettle and Katherine Newblll
have been spending a few elays with
their aunt, Mrs. Beckwith of New York,
at the Chamberlln Hotel.
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Miss Nan Freeman returned Mon?
day from a delightful visit to Washing?
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On Friday evening Miss Nannie Free- |
man entertained the "Just So" Club.
Progressive hearts were indulged In,
and pretty prizes were awarded. Those
who were present were Misses Mary
and Fannie Royster, Miss Katherine
Newblll, Miss Mn.ry Duncan, Miss Etta
Sharpe, Miss Louise Jones, Miss Mary
Baylor, Miss Leila Hobson, Miss Annie
Mason, Miss Sallle I>awson, Miss Mary
Stegar, Miss Addle Plgmnn, Miss Alice,
Williams. Miss Carolyn Cohn, Miss Me?
lissa Payne, and Messrs. Randolph
Cooke, George Payne, Frank Murden,
Blchard Burroughs, Lewis Sharp,
Richard Baylor, Robert Payne, Rich?
ard Waltlorf. Wiekham Taylor. Davis
Jordan. Herman Colin, Griffith Dodson,
Tom Hume. Baldwin Myers, John Wil?
liams und Eugene Payne.
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Miss Pattle Tnylor entertained a few
of her friends Wednesday morning at
her home, on York street. The affair
was a luncheon, and was a most de?
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Mr. "Wm. Rlchnrds nnd Miss S. Kin?
dred Williams will sing at Chamber?
lln Hotel, Old Point, to-night.
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Miss Mamie F. Doyle Is visiting the
Misses Farmer, at Wilson, N. C. Be?
fore returning home she will spenel
several dnys with her sister. Mrs. R.
W. Farmer, at Rocky Mount, N. C.
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Miss Ella Doyle has returned home
from a delightful visit of three months
to relatives and friends at Monroe,
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Bronchitis and All Lung and Bronchial Troubles
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SCENE IN THE SLOCUM LABORATORIES, NEW YORK CITY.
Tie Doctor Demonstrating to Medical Men, Scientist*, Statesmen and Students
(ho Value of the New Sloenm System of Treatment for tho Permanent Care
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I of the old ruts.
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oes your head ache?
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Send your name and full express and
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complicated by loss of flesh. Coughs,
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Thin, pale, weak people become fat
and hearty by its use. i . v
The test is to try It, :j|3EEL&:;2l
JOHN S. HUTCHISON. HENRY A. LONG.
JOHN S. HUTCHISON 8t CO,,
WHOLESALE FISH DEALERS,
AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
RECEIVERS, PACKERS, SHIPPERS OF FRESH FISH AND SALT FISH,
25 and 27 Roanoke Dock, Norfolk, Va.
Consignments solicited. mh31-3m
?*?>?>? ?*><*>?*? O -3. <*>?<?. ?m?4> <$*<$?<? <$>?*??
i A NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN !
Week In Norfolk in retail Clothing buying. Tho BOSTON , 9TNDI CAT FJ
CliOTHINXJ CO. wens compelled to sell their Immense stock of clothing
for Men, Boys and Children for CASH. Our Washington. I>. C. buyer,
realising tho fact thut our four retail branch stores could'easily hnndlo
this enormous output made them an offer at about 33c. on tho dollar
of their real value, "iours now for a slight advance of Its purchased
prle?. "A word to the wiso Is sufficient."
HERE ARE SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUES'.
Men's Suits, strong and
durable, that wero $4.00,
this great sale price .
Men's Suits, well made,
site 31 to 42. double and <f O Q O
single-breasted, worth $S.OO 2\ 7]Q
this great salo prico.*"
Men's Suits, all-wool nov?
elties and effects, tho acme
of |>erfeoVon ami worth
$11.00. this great salo price.
Boys' Suits, ages 14 to 19.
Fancy Casslmeres, worth
$4.on, this great sale
Boys' Suits, ages 14 to 19
yean, Fancy Checks and
?Plaids. Tho price was $'3.
but now this great salo
Children's Suits, ages 6
to W rears, manufactured
to fcell at $1.25, this great
Children's Suits, doubl e
brcustcrl styles. In pi.tin
and fancy effects, worth $2.
this great salo prlco .
Children's Knee r*ints,
durablo and well made,
sizes 4 to 14 years. Whllo
they last you can have
them at this great salo
Children's Kneo Bants,
Brown Mixed Tweeds.
They are all right for wear
worth 3Jc, this gteat salo
Children's Kneo Pants,
aces 4 to 14 years, faney
patterns. blacks. &c, worth
60C., tills great eulo price..
Men's Pants. Fancy Cas
glracres. Thtw were Indeed
cheap at $2.00, but this
great salo prico.
Men's Bants. Kngllsh of- 4
(Ots, taped seams, full (J? I nn I
l'lored made, worth $3.00. I hy 1
\ls great sale prico . ^ 4)
Still greater values in higher grades. Como and look around.
CANNON BALL CLOTHING CO.
Opposite Academy of Music.
219 Main St., Norfolk, Va.
<*>?? ?*???>? ??"?"?> <><???
\ Jewel Gas Range ! 1
I Stove at $7,30.
( Upwards of 2,000 in Uso in Norfolk. ^
j FUEL GAS $1.00 NET PER 1,000 FEET. \
City Gas Company.
GEO. H. DAWES,
220 Water Street.
Wo guarantee all trunks bought of us
or ono year and repair them fro? ot
charge. We paint the namo and address ?
on your trunk gratis. Leather Name
Taes given away with all leather bags
and Dress Suit Oases.
A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
A square-top Canvass Trunk, brass
bolts and clamps, iron bottom, brass knees
on top and bottom, steel strap hinges,
2-solo leather straps, division for hat box.
DRESS SUIT CASES
A Leather Dress Suit Case, worth Si.OO,
our price 12.75.
A Leather Dress Suit Case, worth J5.00,
our price. 13.75.
Roller Tray Trunks,
Automatic Tray Trunks,
Wo have a complete stock of Traveling
Bags and Divss Suit Cases, Ladles' and
Men's Pocke*-books Traveling Goods of
all k'nds. such as. Clocks. Drinking Cups.
Flasks and Traveling Companions. CIvo
us a call. Il will uay you.
i?iloiK TrauK Factory,
172 Church St., near Main.
t marvelous in Its Effects.
NOT A DYE,
But Restores Life to the Hair,
and Removes Dandruff.
Rev. A. A. James, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church at Jones
ville, S. C, says:
"It is far superior to anything
of the kind I have ever seen."
The highest testimonials of its
merits are given.
All Druggists. PRICE S1.00.
Send for circulars.
? RICHIVIOND, VA.
?>-?3><*> 0?* OOO OOO 0<S>?..
Gome Here Monday and!
we'll post you on
and give you
.. GOOD GOODS ..
208 Plain St., west IN
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Horfollt, va. 1 Strictly Due Pries to all assortment
Delightful Doings Done Last Friday.
I at 5c. yard.
We announced hist Thursday that we expected a gay gathering of good goods gatherers and we were not disappointed. They came in companies, crowding the counters. No wonder they so earnestly
entreated us to?give me this pair of Pillow Shams, and that Bureau Scarf, and this Wash Stand Scarf for 49c! It was something to hurrah over. An uncommon occurence! An astounding offering of
Applique Worked Goods! The weather was exceedingly disagreeable, it's true; but the throng poured in the new store regardless of the weather. When we advertise a SPECIAL feel assured that it is a
truth?not a crowd stirring,prevarication. Seek into these materials mentioned below. If they are not equal to others found at other stores, fall back on us, and we'll sustain you.____
NEW CORDED SILKS.
We've just received a line of the Fashionable Corded
Silks in rich colorings, viz.: Heliotrope and White, Pink and
White, Blue and White and Green and White. They're in
checks, equal white and color.
19 in. WASHABLE, PRICE 50c.
Keep a watch on our Silk Department if -you want to
keep oorrectly instructed on new styles.
A great variety of Waist Patterns for you to select from.
$3.50 and up; 4 yards to pattern.
Plain Colored Taffetas, .
Plain Colored Liberty Satins..'.
Plain Colored Bcnalincs.
23-:tu Black Taffeta, very fine quality .
Beautiful Peau dc Sole, black, $1.00 and up to
Brilliant Black Satin Dunhesse, 75c. and up to .1.7
THE STYLES IN BLACK GOODS
Crepons and Serges, Venetian and Ladies' Cloths are the un?
disputed favorite fabrics for spring.
Crepon is the great item for separate skirts, S9c to $1 yard.
Serge is a very desirable fabric for suits or skirts.
Handsome Covert Serge, 42-inch, 50c.
Wide Diagonal Serge, nobby, 42-inch, 59c.
English Storm Serge, 45-inch, 75c.
Another Covert Serge, 50-inch, 75c.
Venetian Cloth is the acknowledged fabric for Suits. A splen?
did one, 52-inch, for 75c.
Ladies'Cloth is conceded equal to Venetian Cloth. We can
show a good one, 50-inch, for S9c.
IN COLORED DRESS GOODS.
We are showing some very select things for spring. Last week
we received a line of new covert oloths in the desirable colors, 40
inches wide, and priced them at the low figure of 50c. yard. Strictly
new. You'll like them.
POplin?1? light and dark shades, 3S inches, 59c.
R@PP??In the new colors, 42 inches, $1.00.
Venetian Cloths, in navy blue, 52 inches, 75c
S?rg??hi navy blue, slight nap, 54 inches, 75c.
Henrietta?,n Pearl Srey stylish shade, 54 inches, 75c.
In mentioning these fabrics so briefly we ^cannot give you an
adequate idea of this beauty, style and worth. Your coming is
necessary for that.
SEPARATE DRESS SKIRTS.
Excellence, elegance and economy are the attractive
features in this kepartment. Rare beauty is displayed on
them. Greater skill in designing and trimming never was
better illustrated than it is in the making of these.
WE QUOTE YOU A FEW:
SERGE SKIRT, slight nap, new shape - - $4.69
CREPON SKIRT, distinctly swell, - - . 12.50
Beautiful Taffeta Silk Skirts, trimmed in satin ribbon
ruffling, silk lined, correct style, $17.89, $18.89, $19.89,
To know exactly what the stock is, your presence is
THE KID GLOVE
season has just begun. Many were sold before Easter, but
that was only the beginning of the spring and summer selling.
Do you need a pair ? A visit is all that's desired, then.
This department embraces all shades and prices. We
assure you they are new and can't be undersold.
See Our |
POLAR STAR $
BED SPREAD \
Wo sell you "PERFECTION
Glovo at 11.00.
Tho "?Mngffrtoni" (Formerly Cente
meri), in colors, at 51.50.
The "Maguionl," in black, 52.00.
Every pair wo sell 1s warranted
and If nfot found to be as represented
we'll glvo another pair.
CHOOSING A CORSET
is a very important matter. Every woman realizes the importance
of a perfect one. But a perfect Corset is hard to find. Most
Corsets are made to Ot a theory. The woman must meet the re?
quirements of the Corsets, or sutler the eonsequences.
THE R. & C. CORSET is made to fit the living, breathing
woman?not a hypothesis. Get one that fits you and you'll never
have any more Corset trouble. Here're some:
Stylo 121?Iionp Waist .?0.75
Stylo 3!>7?Mtdium Waist .1.00
Stylo 101? I-onpr Waist .l.to
Stylo 603?Short Wulst .1.75
stylo 607?Medium Waist .2.50
OTHER POPULAR BRANDS KEPT HERE TOO.
WHEN WHITE GOODS
buying is in your mind, mind fhat you don't make a mistake in
buying. We're offering 40-inch INDIA LINON, worth 15 and 20c.
for 10 and 12j4c. yard.
That's a great thing, you know!
And if Checked or Striped Muslins are wanted, beware that
you see our tremendous assortment. Price range, 5c. the yard
NEED P. K.? The shelves are laden with various weights
and welts. Price from 10c. and up.
Perfectly Lovely Table Linens?
At first sight you would voluntarily say: "O, isn't that
exquisite!" And you would say aright, too.
Hers's some of them:
A WWt? Damask, 2 yards \vl<lo. neat design... ....$073
Another one, same wiilth hut prettier and better .. . ? ?? l'oo
Brill .mother, still better, still prettier . '*" vjjj
And another, twice as sood as tlte first and two-fold prettier
floral and dotted design.1.50 i
Ono more and that rises hiRh
all In quality and durability
snowy ?whiteness gleams from
will enhance, the. beauty of all table
requisites placed upon It. 2 yards
wide. Price, 52.00.