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The New Kid Gloves.
The Fall importation is here.
It makes no difference; the
color and kind you want you
will surely find it here.
If you want the best glove in the city for
$1, ask for the "Victoria." It is fully
guaranteed. Every color is here; 2 good
Saxon Beauty at $1.25 is as good as most
$1.50 gloves; it's perfect fitting; has gussclcd
fingers; 3 of the newest clasps. Paris
Mocha Gloves will be in demand this j
Fall, and they are here at all prices, black, i
gray and mode. 89c, $1.25 and $1.50 pair.
Evening^Gloves in J2, 16, 20 and 24 but- j
ton lengths, in cream, white and all colors, j
The delay in getting into our new and beautiful quarters opposite the monument is a great disappointment.
We had expected to be in by the 15th of this month, but we will not be there on time* Sorry to say.
This is lucky for you, as we are compelled to open and put on sale New Fall Goods that were to do court at
the opening of the new store.
We have to apologise to you for being a bit late.
But it is lucky for us, because it makes new friends that will be old friends later on, made by the wonderful
bargains we are offering you at the Great Removal Sale.
You are helping us by moving lots of goods at prices that'are helping you to save lots of money.
One case of 6c heavy Bleached
Cotton on sale at 5c.
One lot of 36-inch Bleached Cot?
ton, worth 7c; a rare bargain, 5'-c.
One lot very best quality Sc Brown
Cottons. It's finding money lo buy
them at 6'.? c.
One lot 9-4 Bleached Sheeting?
good enough for anyone?J9c
15c quality Pillow Cases at the
attractive low price of JI^c.
still defying the upward trend of prices?everyone ap?
preciates this department's offerings.
Read this ? the best 62 .'Je quality
31x90 Bleached Sheet you can buy.
Our removal sale price 50c.
One lot heavy J5c aualityTickir.g.
plain and fancy stripes, l2jjc.
One lot of 7c quality Canton Flan?
An extra quality 12,'<C Cinton.
wide and heavy; our removal price,
10c quality Cheviot Shirtines,
stripes and plaids: very cheap at 6c.
Blankets at Removal Prices
Our prices on Blankets have caught the popular
fancy. Blanket sales are sometimes large on paper,
but in our case our many pleased customers give bel?
ter testimony of our blanket worth than exaggerated
statements of quantities sold. Match these prices if
One lot of While Cotton Blankets.
Just one of our little llyers, 57c.
One lot of 10-4 White Blankets,
worth a good deal more than we ask,
One lot of $125 11-4 Gray and
Tan Blankets, 89c. .
One mixed lot of White and Gray i our price, 53.93.
White Goods Money Savers
$2.00 GIBSON PICTURE FREE
WITH ANY W? B, CORSET.
INQUIRE AT CORSET COUNTER?FULL INFORMATION.
11-4 Blankets, worth from $135 to
$1.50. We make a popular price for
any of the lot. $L
Now for the best all-wool Blanket
Bargain in Norfolk. Exact si:e, 72
x34 inches; exact weight, 5 lbs. 8 or.
Compare it with any so-called $6
Blanket and then you will appreciate
?interesting any time or season.
18c quality fine India LinoniI3,'?c
$1.30 bolts line English Nainsook,
7c White India Linen, 5c.
7c Nainsook Checked Muslins, 5c.
10c quality 40-inch Liwn, 7lie.
51.20 bolts Long Cloth, 12 yards,
20c White P. K.'s, large cords,!5c.
25c quality 40-inch Oipandics>
while and evening shades, iSc.
Greatest Suit Values Are m*.ealnly
That's what everybody said who bought last week.
There is no question about it, and you can satisfy yourself if
you are in doubt by looking about. Not only the greatest
values but greatest variety. We have added to the lot of re?
duced suits as we must have room.
Who ever heard of buying new Fall suits at reduced
prices so early in the season.
You understand the cramped condition of our Suit Depart?
ment. We must have room; in order
to cut the suits as soon as received.
At Less than Cost.
Hundreds of garments still
remain from the wonderful
purchase we made from the
leading underwear maker of
New York, whose name we
cannot mention, because it
would hurt the sale at regular
prices of the same maker's
garments in other large stores.
This lot consists of Gowns,
Corset Covers, Chemise, Draw?
ers and Underskirts.
15c Corset Covers.lie
20 and 25c Corset Cover.. 15c
29c Corset Covers.19c
39c Corset Covers.29c
50c Corset Covers.39c
62 y* c Corset Covers.49c
75c Corset Covers.59c
to get it we arc obliged Drawers.79c
New Fall Dress Trimmings.
A Sale of the Celebrated W. B. Corsets
This model has been widely advertised
nd is the distinctive corset of tho year, it
tot press upon
houlders bm k Into a perfect
lor the n<'W -inilttli*. front
wear it?a goo.i choice of
Spangled Jets cn fine
75cr ?1 and $1.50 yatd.
An abundance of good things
Every correct idea is represented
Gold trimming is the very latest
fad and every kind is here. Several
exouisits patterns at 75, 39, 98c and
up to $3 a yard. Some plain gold
and some gold embroidered on black
Black and white AcPliquc in a
variety of styles; ail pure si:k, 42. 73c
$1 and $1.50 yard.
await ycu here,
at the trimming
Ail the other gc.od Staple Trim?
mings are here, such as plain Her?
cules in blacli, white and every color
in all widths, soutache braids, gimps
at all prices, also the ntw cuculir
chesi or abdomert; throws th
military pulse. It's Just the cnrs<
.-??.?:<?.s in costumes. All llgurcs v.
lengths and Sixes.
> ;.r. T FORM STYLK 701. made of Vrench J*>an. In
white, ii:.,i) and In black Katcon. hip cored, at .
ERECT FORM STYLE 702. made of white, <lr;ili and
I lac k Sut< en, hip K^rcu .
ERECT FORM fjTYLB P39, made of French coutll, in
white nnd drab, full gored and Mas cut .
ERECT FORM BTVLE 930, m.-.rie of very fine Fren h
white and drab ami in hluik S:it?n'n, full gored and
Mas cut .
FORM STYLE 9?2, marie of very fine French routll
white arid drab, also in black Sateen, full gored, bias
bust ..s "V" shape and very low. extra h-ru;
Linens at Removal Sale Prices.
No need to enlarge on the quality of our linen bargains?
the pleased buyers of the past few weeks are adverti ng for us.
We mention just a few attraclive offerings from the many
to be had at our counters.
Wash Goods Bargains.
Just enough chill in the air to make you think of ;flannel
lettes and outing fannels. As usual we are lo the front v/ith
exceptional bargains imtrrcrseasonable goods.
good 7c quality;
$15.00 Tai!or=Made Suits, $12.00.
18.00 Tai!or=Made Suits, 15.00.
20.00 Tailor-Made Suits, 16.00.
25.00 Tailor-Made Suits, 18.50.
New Fail Dress Goods.
Do not think tor a minute that we are not
Fail Goods just because we are net oc
Our counters and fixtures a
upying our new store,
piled full of the best things at
89c Gowns.621 c
$2.19 Gowns . . . $1.49
Broadcloth?Just a word,
q-jar'.er-, Any :-pe::al sh;
want is very apt to be in our
know this will be one o! the
?criah lor a r.;;e Tailor-Made
Wo are held
de you may
lock. As you
le \ding rr.a
$1.25 Black Satin Soleill, all wool, a
beautiful sil? finish, 44-inch. Removal sale
our $1 grade a consideration, imde cl extra
f;ne wool, which gives it life and beauty.
25 choice coloring;, Game!, Grays, Browns,
Resfd\, Tan, Violet. Fawn. Purple. Cas?
torf, Navy, Cade';, French Blue, Ordinal,
Marir.e. Golden Brown. $1.
A belter quality in 20 dilferent shades,
and the m?;l desirable one*. Carcitn.il,
Grays, Garnet, 1 greens, 3 Brown;, Ca;tors,
Tan, Reieda, Fawn, Royal Bi-ae French
Blue. Navy. Emerald. Myrtle, 52 inch. $1.
Frencli Flannel-: We think favorably of
them, and thought you would, so we are
prepared lo show you a fine, line embracing
Folka Doli, Printed and Silk Stripes, Fancy
Dcl>, Plain Shades and Plaids in Pastel
Coloring.;. Plaids leading in style. 50,
e5, fa9, 75 and 35c
$1.25 Black Cheviot. Another special,
52-inch wide, the right weight, handsome
iinish and color. Removal sale price, $1.
$2.75 Black Beaver Cloth, 54-inch, for
capes and jackets. Removal sale price,
Velvet. A lull line, all shades. Want
you to compare ours with any other you can
buy at $1
Velvet. Only part silk, but silk
in 12 shades, and black at 45c.
$1 Black Satin Duchess, all pure silk, 27
inch wide- Removal sale price, 69c.
$1 Black Peau r!<
heavy and all-silk
39c Underskirts . . .
59c Underskirts . , .
7|>c Underskirts . . .
89c Underskirts . . .
$1.00 Underskirts . .
$1.S'9 Underskirts .
Soie, 23'*-inch wide, \
Removal sale price
Lansdowne. '"Reads" the best made in
Cadet. Old Rose, Gray, Navy. Reseda,
Pink, Light Blue.Yellow and Black. $1.25
24-inch Guaranteed Taffeta. Has been
a .success from the start. All shades. $1.
Black Velvets. We pride ourselves on
the line we are showing, and think money
can buy nothing better. 50, 75, $1 to $3
Quilted Satin Pink, Light Blue, Black
I Cardinal, Yellow, 24-inch. 75c.
A 50c quality Bleached All-linen
75 to ?5c quality Bleached Damasks, a
very handsome assortment, 66c
39c quality Cream Linen Damask, nk-e
styles, 29c. v
A very heavy Cream All-Linen Scotch
Damask, worlh 65c of any persons money,
very special at 49c.
The very best quality $125 Bleach*
Damasks, in the new pattern., 95c.
One lot large Bleached Linen Napkins,
good $1.25 value, now 93c.
Dam- I One lot German Napkins, all-linen?nic-r
I sire, never sold less than $1, now o5:.
A few very line Bleached Damask Nip
kins, sold at from $1.50 lo $1.73;. the re?
moval sale price is $1.2?.
One lot of sample Frirtpcd All-linen
Cloths. 10-4 sire, while and entered borders
worth anywhere from $1.50 to S2; removal
price is $1.29.
Plaid Turkey Damask for color?
ed Cloths; our special price, 22 _-c.
One case Pirge linen Muck Towels, size
20x40?red and white borders, 12 ':c.
One : is-: D irk Outings,
r ival sale price, 5c
One cast oc quality Light Outings?very
deurafc'.e slylej, 6c. a
Oie lot handsome Dark Flannelettes lor
wii'.li and wrappers.'the besl low priced
... irlmenl in the city, 7.'Jc.
B< i quality iOc Outings, light and dark
variety 12' ? c medium and dark
et'.es, including Red;, Navy's, Per
li.in and Oriental design;, 10c.
? ;h Flannel designs. Two lines
h ire identical in styles with the 85c
Flannels. One lot we sell at 12.'.-c;
? I, Which t; better quality, we tell at
lie. Y.'c have, by lons< odds, the largest
I ci rriptefc line ol these desirable
t: J . in Norfolk
French Flannel Fleeces?something be?
tween a Flannelette and an Eiderdown.
Very desirable for sacques, dressing gowns
and bath robes exquisite colorings?15c
One case medium and dark Dress Ging?
hams, new arrivals, but at removal sale
We still sell !2Kc Covert Cloths at the
removal price of J Ic?all shades.
One. ca:r Dark Percales, in desirable
styles; 10c cloth, but the removal sale makes
The regular l2';c Percale;, light,
medium and dark colors; full 26-mchcs
All the best quality Calicos?Merrimacks,
Sampsons, Americans Gunner. Our special
removal sale price, I lie.
Disappointment belongs to us this time. Let us tell you
why. All our new Fall goods v/e had arranged to have here
by October 1st, expecting to open them up in our new store.
They arrived on time, and most of them have been opened up
and go on sale Monday morning at Removal Sale prices.
Suspenders- 23c grade, I2.'jc: 50c grade, '
39c a pair
Umbrellas 51 erade, with Sterling and
Plain Congo Handles. 79c apiece.
Band Bows 23c grade, pure silk, large
variety patterns, )2'.-c apiece.
Men's Underwear 50c blue and white
ribbed, broken line sires, 29c apiece
Socks?Men's 12,'jc black or tan Sox, 9c
Shirts- Men's 75c fancy stiff bosom i
shirts, pair cuffs to match; 39c each.
Men's 50c blue and Tan Ribbed Shirts j
and Drawers, 39c
Imperial Tics?Our 50c grade, pure silk,
all new Pall patterns, 31c each- |
Batwing String Tics-The very latest
style, one hundred different patterns lo
choose from, 19c apiece,
Men's Shirts?$1 Men's fine Percale Stiff
Bosom Shirts, cuff attached, 75c
Men's $1 50 Silk Fleece Shirtsand Draw?
ers, S'c apiece
Windsor Tics?the 3'/c grade, 19c.
Handkerchiefs?12,'ic plain white H. S.,
pure linen, 9c apiece.
Night Shirts?39 and 50c ones, to close at
once, 25c apiece.
Pajamas?Two suits, the $1 grade, now
75c a suit.
AT 0 O'CLOCK.
We place on sale one lot
Cream White Dornet
never sold less than Sc; re?
AT !? O'CLOCK.
At the Art Counter, we
will sell one lot of Tray
Cloths, stamped and drawn f,
work; as long as they last
25c Tray Covers,
Monday Morning f
AT 8 O CLOCK. V
e will sell 1000 yards of |
Oriental Lace that sold from 5?
12 j to 20c per yard. As v
long as it lasts, |
will sell 1000 yards
I Unbleached Secet
ing, extra heavy, sold at
22c. As long as it lasts,
We place on sale one lot
of All-silk Taffeta Silk
Ribbon that sold at 25 and
39c. As long as it lasts,
We well sell 1?00 yards
of Fine Bleached Cotton
that sold at 6c. As long
as it lasts,
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15c Jean Waists.IOc
i5c Children's Pants . . 10c
20c Children's Pants . . 15c
25c Children's Pants . . 19c
35c Children's Pants . . 25c
39c Children's Pants . . 29c
39c Children's Gowns . . 29c
S"9c Children's Gowns . 39c
39c Children's Guimps. . 29c
THE PRICES TALK.
I6c Cream While Flannel, I3c
25c Cream White Flannel, J9c.
Our special 25c Cream Flannel; this one
is worth an extra word. It is the best 25c
Cream Baby Flannel that money will buy,
and at 30c would be a plum.
25c quality Scarlet and Navy Twilled
20c quality Gray Twilled Flannel, I5c
All our finer qualities in Scarlet, Navy.
Gray and White Flannels at removal prices,
which means a considerable saving to pur?
STILL MAKE A NOISE.
85c quality large Crochet Quilts, 69c.
SL25 Full sire Crochet Quilts, nice pat
| lerns, 93c.
$l 50 extra heavy Crochet Quilts, whi!<.
i they last, $J.l9.
About two doren $2 Quilts, extra sire and
i quality, which we will clo5e out at SI.50.
' for November, have arrived, showing Ihe
; latest novelties for Fall. Price JOc copy;
! $l per year.
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
Here is a treatment prescribed by n
Writer in the Philadelphia Inoulrer f?>r
You ask for a remedy for black?
heads. If you menn you wish some?
thing that will remove these specks
simply by application, I must tell you
a( once I can offer you nothlnr; in this
line. There is, however, a treatment
for blackheads which, if consciemlous
| ' ty pursued, will rid the pores of these
ugly blcmlehes. The treatment con
sistfl of cold cream n-,.. age for the
faco every high! before retiring.;
Drench the pores with the unguent, as
everything depends upon softening the
I flesh so that In time the specks rtitiy
! be pressed out withoul bruising the
[ parts so treated. Bvery morning \ynsh ;
Hhe face with warm water. No r.oap
need be applied then, it is better to
i let your soap and water natu, with
lieslt brush, precede the cream mas?
sage at night. Thai llesh brush is an
l important factor In scrubbing clogged
I pores, and when 1 use the word Bcrubr
j blng I do not wish tu mislead you into
supposing the friction must bo too vi?
olent; .lust u gentle movement of the
: brush, well lathered, across tlic face.
j tlun linse in cool water, then the
crehm hath, nnd in the morning the
[warm water bath, in addition to this
course of treatment you must take
; pains to remove every particle <>r dust
from the face by means of cold cream
after making a trip down town or In
any way exposing the skin to dirt. It,
after several weeks' manipulation,
there are obstinate blackheads remain?
ing in pores, press these gently out
with the lingers. When the pores have i
been thoroughly cleansed it Is feel I to '
ikIiI to ihn face bath occasionally a
teaspoonful oc .tincture of benzoin.
This, employed as a rinse, will ad as
an astringent. r< lining Inrge pores.
tOItSKTS AT PATHS KXtOSlTION.
in all tin previous fairs of all coun?
tries Mien- hover was such a show of
corsets ns there is at the corset section,
, placed next to the gowns, .says a Paris
dispatch. This is because there Is a
revolution in corsets. They ?>"? ncm' H"
j made straight up and down in from,
sending the curves on the hips iwd in
the brick, and each exhibitor makes n
point of accentuating thai particular
cul more than his neighbor. Jn one
show ?asc there Is the picture of one
fleshy woman with the old-fashioned
corse) curved In the front and a por?
trait of one with the ni w pattern. The
last ilnca look hotter because she looks
more at ease. Fleshy women were in j
tortures when tightly laced in an old
corset. Now they can smile even after
a bin dinner, and as all women are
now straight tip and down up t?> the
hips she does nut mind bavins no shape
whore theru ought to be shape.
As for mtriyi'is of the slender wo
men they design ii straight line on ail
shies, up and down, down nnd up. It
Is the stylo to conceal all femininity
with corsets, and, strange to say, when
a woman is well-gowned the style Is
1 graceful, for it gives a serpentine look
; to the woman.
Not long since ah American woman
i said to me at the opera: "It Is aston?
ishing how a woman will shape her
physique to suit the fashions. When
I was in Paiis some ten years ago half
j of the French women were Meshy; now
i you can hardly perceive one in all these
boxcfV1 Thex must have done something
to make themselves Blender. I under?
stand that fashions change, hut I <io
hot understand that the body changes
to suit the fashions."
"Where there Is a will there Is a
way," said I. "Women abstain from
drinking during tiuir meala and they
have themselves massaged ever- day.
They consult their doctors as to what
they should refrain from eating bo as
to get or remain thin. I do not think
any .take internal medicines, because
the French woman Is too foml of her
health nr.d It Is not the fashion to loos'