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LADIES' AND HISSES'
Is Now Going on at Unprece?
dented Low Piices
26 Salem Avenue S. W.
Our stock of Ladles' and
Children's Trimmed and Un
trimmed Hats has been con?
ceded by the Ladies to be the
most stylish of any lathe city.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U.S.Gov't Report
News of People
Happenings Briefly and Reliably
Put Before You.
Don't Forget to Iteglster.
The voters of this city should not for?
got to have their names put on tho reg?
istration books boforo October ?0.
Everybody who wishes to vote mus.
register. Do not think for a moment
that it Is all right because you have
registered prior to this year. The elec
toral board ordorod a now registration
out and cut. and all the old registration
books will bo destroyed. So far only
about 1,500 votors have registered out of
about 4,000, and now only ilftcen days
remain In which to have your names
registorod. You had better attend to
this duty to-day; to-morrow you may
forgot it. In the First ward you will
find the registrar, O. D. Dp.rr, at Rob?
erts1 store, corner Commerce and Camp?
bell streets, opposite the courthouse;
Second ward, Lee H. Simmons, regis?
trar, at 17 Campbell ave.; Third ward,
J. L Kol ley, registrar, at 112 Common?
wealth ave..after 0 o'clock p. m., wonts
In the Norfolk and Westorn offices;
Fourth ward, Edward white, registrar,
at 108 South Jefferson street; Fifih
ward, M. -P. Scott, registrar, at Holm's
store, Park street.
Funeral of Mosby II. 1'ayne.
Tho funoral ceremonies of tho late
Mosby H Payne at Lynchburg yester?
day woro most improssivn. The re?
mains arrived from Buchanan at noon
on Friday and was Immediately removed
to the Masonic Hall, whero It laid in
statu, under a guard of honor. Tho
funeral occurred precisely at 10 p. m.
yesterday. Tho cortege was led by
DeMolay Mounted Commandory, fol?
lowed by Hill City Lodge and a host of
carriages containing tho family and
numerous friends cf tho deceased. Tho
pall-bearers wero Messrs. Schults and
Briggs, of Buchanan; Bryan, of Roa
nose, and Payne, Wilson, Shafer, Han?
cock and Woodson, of Lynchburg. Tho
floral tributes were numerous and
beautiful. The services at the grave
were most Impressive; first, tbo beauti?
ful Episcopal burial service read by Rev.
J. M. Carson, of Lynchburg, followed
by the grand and Imposing M&sonic
ritual, conducted by tho commandory
and lodge of which Mr. Payne was a
Tho Annual Library Hall. N
Tbn annual hop and german for tho
bonefitof tho Roanoko Public Library
will ba given on Friday. October 25, at
Hotel Roanoke. Tho matter is in charge
of Messrs. Archer L. Payne, Harvey
Hall, E C. Watts and William Frye,
I and under their abln management can?
not but be a grand succo'-s. The
patronesses aro Mesdames P L. Terry,
11. S. Trout, Thomas Lewis, M. M.
Rogers, Frank Hugflr, J, Allen Watts,
D W. Flickwlr, S. K Campboll, H A.
G?lls. C. C Churchill. .los. W. Coxo, W.
W. Coo, O. Howard Royor, ? W.
JameBon, J. D. Lizell. H. D LifTerty,
D. Ii. Matson, R P. C. Sanderson,
Goorge R Henderson. Tickets can bo
had of tbo managers or patronesses at
SI each or two tickets to one person for/
Rev. Jsb. E. Schoolfield, of Danville,
the noted evangolist, arrived in thecity
yesterday afternoon and will to day at
11 o'clock begin his meetings at thu
Calvary Mannst Cnurch. There will bo
three services to-day, tbo one at 11,
a special conversation service at 3
o'clt ck and again at 7:30 Prof Van
Pelt, his singer, arrived alno and held
his tlr.it song iiervic s last night at the
church. Everybody is delighted with
him as a leader and the community may
expect some fine music. Services all/
tho week at 3 and 7:30 p. m. /
Ohas. D. Fox, grand sonlor warden of
the Grand Lodge of Virginia; C E
Gray, noblo grand Mount Vernon Lodge;
O. .1. High and Glen Smith all returned
from Belspring yesterday, where, on
Friday nlabt, they, in conjunction with
Radford Lodge, headed by Mayor Pros
ton, instituted Horseshoe Lodge, No.
124, I. O. O. F. After tho organization
of tbo lodge an elegant banquet was
spread, which was much enjoyed by all.
This makes the tonth Odd Fellows'
lodge organized In the State this year.
To Hageratown and Gettysburg.
The excursion to Hageratown and
Gettysburg next Thursday promises to
be a groat success, and large numbers
are making their arrangements to go.
The low rate will afford all wishing to
g ) to take in tho Hageratown Fair or to
visit the famous battle-ground, made
memorable in our history by three days'
hard fighting In 1363. The manage?
ment have arranged to give two full
days at cither place before roturning.
Jno. Drlscoll, a moulder of the Nor
which Lock Works, called at Tin;
Timk's office yesterday and stated that
he was the only John Driscoll in the
city and that some man who had been
arrested on Friday for disorderly
conduct bad given to the police author?
ities his (Driscoll's) name, which ap?
peared in yesterday's report of the po?
lice court proceodlngs.
Tho football team of tho Alleghany
Institute preparatory echool played the
Roanokn College team yesterday. Our
boys mado it quite Interesting for tho m
and they played a good game, the ?coro
standing 13 to 0 in favor of Roanoko I
Mr. Seh (nil Held at Calvary.
Odd Fellows' Lodge Instituted.
College. The St. Alban's toam of Rad
fordw.il play Alleghany Institute next
Friday and the Roanoke College team
on the R. A. 0. grounds on Saturday.
R. L Rush, a hostler at the East End
roundhouse, met with an acoldent yes?
terday that came near costing him bis
hand. Some piece of the engine, on
which be was at work, broke, causing a
heavy door to fall on his hand, mashing
and lacerating it torribly. A physician
was.called in and dressed the wound.
The Fire Yesterday.
The alarm of fire yosterday was oc?
casioned by a small tire, whlph started
under the old junk shop on ilolliday
mreet. Tho Juniors responded, and the
fire was extinguished before any dam?
age was done. The origin of the fire is
In the Polioe Court.
In the poiioe couri yosterday morn?
ing Sam Olaytor, colored, was fined in
the aggregate S14.50 for being disorderly
and drunk and down. Andrew Brown,
colored, was fined S5 for disorderly con?
duct, which amount was paid.
Herman HuptUt Olcetiiijr
Enock Eby, J. C. Lahman, Isaac
FranU and Q. B. RDgorsar.i in tho city
attonding a meeting of the general mis?
sion board of tho German Baptist
Church. They ara from Kansas, Illi?
nois and Ohio, respectively. Commun?
ion services will be held to-day.
The Hoanoke Roofing and Metal
Cornice Company has issued qulto a
nice little booklet entitled "Pointed
Suggestions." It Is full of valuable In?
formation for tho house owner. Writo
or call and got ono. It is your's for the
Second Preahyteritin Church*
Preaching at 11 o'cIock a. m. to-day
by Rev. T. Henry Smith, D D , of
Greensboro, N. C, and at 7:45 p. m. by
Rev. Hay Watscn Smith. Sunday
sohool at 3 o'clock p. m. A cordial in?
vitation to attend, extended to all.
Ills Lick School Teachers.
The Big Lick distriot school board
met Saturday and contracted with the
teachors who will teach tho county
schools. All the Hchools will open on
Monday. Tho Vtnton graded school
has been in progress for a fow weeks.
Ladles' Benevolent Society.
Tho Ladies' Union Benevolent So?
ciety will meet Monday morning at Y.
M. 0. A. Hall at 10:30 a. m. A full at?
tendance is rrquesttd. as ic is the open?
ing meeting for the winter.
Winter Schedule of St Andrew'? Church.
Sunday, October 13, 1805: Masses
at s and 10 o'clock a. m. (the second
will be a high mass); bapti sms at 1
o'clock p. m.; Sunday-school 2 o'clock
p. m.; bonediction 3 o'clock p. m.
Elmer, the little ion of John Mason,
of Vinton, fell from a fonce yesterday
lorniug it tho residence of Mr. lOssler,
jar Terry's mill, and dislocated bis
8t.\Paul'S Itc formed Church.
?rvioes by tho pastor at 11 a. m. and
p. m. to-Jav. Subject for the oven
Iservico, '-Doctrines of tho Reformed
Ciroutt Court Adjourned.
I a tho circuit court yesterday sovoral
judgments were rendered and as 8
o'clock last night caurt adjourned for
thd It rm.
rd'ir-.im! i & Wendell Piano at a Sacrltlce.
I A liKAUTiFUi. Marshall & Wendell up
| right piano, fancy figured walnut, good
j'as new, fuljy warranted, at a sacrifice.
Easy payments Hobbie Music Co.
If you wish to get tho best quality of
coal and wood buy it from W. K. An
rews ?& Co., 21'.) Salem avenue.
At ten I Id Ii, ltoanoke I.I i; lit Infantry.
I You are hereby ordered to assemble
at your armory to-morrow night, Mon?
day. Octobor 14, at 8 o'clock, in full
fatigue uniform, for the purpose of
Competing fo: the Silverthorn medal.
By order: B. P. Hatcher,
; Captain Commanding.
I C. M. CHUTE,
Acting First Sergeant.
If you want a substitute for anfcbra
cito coal cill on W. K Andrews <* Co.,
211) Salem avenue, for their hi h grade
Brush Mountain coal. They can furnish
Sou lump, egg or nut si/, -h at bottom
Fifty cents to fivo dollars saved on
railroad tickets purchased of S. B Pack
SCo., 10 JefTerBon street, Roanoke, ten
eps from Onion depot. Members A.
T. B. A._
Consumkiis of Anthracite Coal, before
buying their winter supply, Bbould get
our prices. ElMBALL Coat. Company,
17 Campbell avenue. Telephone 126.
W. K. Andrews & Co , coal and wood
dealers, 219 Salem avenue, keep always
on hand seasoned oak and pine wood,
which they will sell by the cord or cut
and split for the stove.
Qo to Donaldson's for refrigerators at
You are cordially invited to attend
the fall opening of French pattern bats
and bonnets Wednesday snd Thureday,
October 9 and 10. Mus. H. M. Mom x
Co., 130 Salom avenue s. w.
Pkhsons desiring first-class instruc*
tiona in all branches of art can apply to
Miss Tlllie Lunsford, 603 Salem avenue.
Specimens of work at Erb & Stone's
and Maesio's Pharmacy.
For the'best work?the Swiss Steam
Laundrv 333 Salem avenue west.
Buy your Brush Mountain coal from
W. K. Androws ?fc Co., 219 Salem ave?
nue. They will soli it to you cheaper
than i; has cvor boon sold in tho city.
"Only a Farmor'? OausMer," Tuemlay,
?'Only a Farmer's Daughtor" was again
seen last evening at tho Arch street
theater In a vory much Improved form.
For many years it ban annually come to
us with ditTeront stars, but always a
good company. Tho present visit brings
Miss Helen North as the feature, a ycung
octrn?s of tho boot American stock. Her
beauty end costumes were tho admira?
tion of all, while hor inslnuous graco as
Justine added a charm to tho character?
ization herotoforo unknown. The story
is that of a young wife who is betrayed
by a reckless and deoeltful woman
Many phases of life are depicted and
dlfferont types of character unfolded.
Manager Hooper has reduced the
prices for this engagement as aa experi?
ment. He has also arranged that ladles
will be admitted froewhen accompanied
by a paid ticket. Remember the prices,
25, 35 and 50 cents._
"flentlrick Hudiou, Jr."
Tho Kim ball Opera Comiquo organi?
zation will present the big operatic
extravauganza, "Hondrick Hudson, Jr.,"
or, tho "Discovery of Columbus," at tho
Academy of Music on next Saturday
night, October 10. The company is
headed by that universal favorite,
Corlnuo. Corlnne's talents as a s.ngor
and comedionno have boon made the
most of by hor mother, Mrs. Jonnlo
Kimball, who spent money with a froo
hand In Oorlnne's education, and whose
efforts in a managerial way resulted in
tho accumulation ot a comfortable
fortuuo. Mrs. Kimball is noted for tho
sumptuous manner in which tho ox
travagarzts that have served as a ve
biolo for Corinna have been mounted,
and in "Hondrick Hud ion, Jr. ," she is
s*id to have eclipsed all of hor former
production!) "UendricU Hudson, Jr.,"
is a pictorial Olla Podrida of brilliant
stage settings and costuming enlivened
by sixty comedians, dancers, vocalists
and unique ppeclallsts. Moreover, it
has a plot, a broczy, humorous concolt
of a plot, light as thistledown Wm.
Gill, who wroto tho famous "Adonis"
*for Henry Dixey, and Robort Fra/.or,
who collaborated in Frank Daniel's
"Little Puck," are tbe authors of
"Hendrlck Hudson, Jr."
i Messrs. Frazsr and Gill introduces us
to Hudson during that Dutch navigator's
second voyago to New Amsterdam, in
1009, and also his sail In search of
Christopher Columbus, when he is
driven on tho Florida ooaBt. Corinne
plays tho title part. Sho dresses In a
display of silks and frills and a bin/.3 of
jewelry, such as the doughty Du'chman
never wore; but delightful to look upon.
Corrino and her associates also prasont a
lengthy programme of specialties dur
ving tho misadventures of Hudson. Por
haps tho feature of these specialties are
tlio maudolln solos of Corinne She is
an expert on trie mandolin. Corinne's
Spanish dancing is also a feature P.en
Grinnell. the comedian and singer;
^Nichols Sisters, in plantation songs and
sketches; Lillian Knott, with ballads;
Hairy Dletz, with veodling and lullaby
Bangs; diaries Fostelle, Barney MoDon
ou?h and J. Henry Mack, Hongs and
dances; Llndaey MorrlBon, vocalis;; tho
artist model dance ecceniriqtto, and the
"Trilby" quadrille aro included In tho
Tho prices for this engagement will
be 25. 50, 75c and SI.
Two Performances on Tuesday, Oct. '
?. Manager Hooper did .
/./V-'"~ e'ever act when he arranged
with tho manager of Gll
moru's Famous Hand and
tho manager of "A Kido For
Life," a thrilling drama,
jrjA ,,/ b.v.h of which attractions
cototi to tho Acidrray of
SHEw'?^; Music o:t Tuesday. October
22, to Uividc up with the public, and
make tho orlco of admission to both
afternoon and evening cerformaccos SI,
and reserved seats only 25 cents extra
for either. Glim ore's great hand will
give a grani concert at 2 o'clcok on tbo
22nd, assisted by Miss IdA Klein, tbo
famous opera priina donni. of New
York. ? There aro flPy men in the bund,
which has be?n giving uaily concerts at
tho At'anta Rxposition for five woeks,
and it is agreed by critics that Gil
tuoro's was ne?ver*b-forn ho great as
now. Victor Horben will direct, of
course, and also aooea- in solo
Complete Recovery by the Use of
"Some years ago, as a result of too
close attention to business, my health
failed. I became weak, nervous, was
ur.abla to look after my interests, and
manifested all Hie Symptoms of a de?
cline. T took three bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, began to improve at nin e.
anil gradually increased my weigh! from
one hundred and twenty-live to two
hundred pounds. Since then. I and my
family have used this medicine when
needed, and wo are nil In the best of
health, a fact which wo attribute to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I believe my chil?
dren would have been fatherless to-day
bad it not been for Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
of which preparation I cannot say too
much."?H. O. Hnrsox. Postmaster and
Planter, Kinnrd's, S. ('.
RECEIVING MEDAL AT WORLD'S FAIR.
AYER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills.
Are Moving Out m a Rush.
DC* A T Swaths have becu cut in the ranks this week; but in a
vJfJTaE//"\ * well disciplined house like ours the breach is quickly
closed by the incoming of new btii?s
NEW things to-day in Cloaks.
NEW things to-day in Dress Stuffs.
- SEE THEM
Properly Selected Stuffs and Correct Prices
Continue to Make Our House the Objective Point
of All Shoppers.
Some Specials To-day.
At 50c ouch. $1 tho suit. Men's Extra
Quality Health Cncerwear, In pretty gray
shades. The best Ta'.ue in Koanokc. You're
always seen It before at 61 a garment.
Extra large all Linen lluck Towels at 12.Sc
At 10c ca:h, large lilcachei Towel?.
At 5c, 10Jdozen C Itton Towels.
AtSSr, tho best thlug yon ever raw In large
Damask Towels it the price
mule of Hack Towels
at 25 and SCc
At 25c. Ladles' Flue Quality Fleeced
Vests and PautS, silk taped, pearl buttons | Finer
and the best value all aroi n t in this market | each.
I vtrflW I . Special values in Napkins at $1. f 1 33 to
At 50c part1,Ladles' 5) per cent W ool Jersey
Hlhbrd I'ni'crwar, pants and vests, in white
und gray. Last jear same goods were 75c.
!"*At Wc, Ladies' 71 prr ceut. Wool Jersey
Hlbbed underwear, pants and vests, gray
.ES**? 7T"*~* EBB
At St. Ladies' Jersey lilbbed Pants and
Vests, In white, gray and scarlet. This un?
derwear hss the celebrated "Oxford Cut" at
the armholes. and Is the nicest thlug a lady
can have, bee them.
At $1, Gentlemen's AH Wool Nataral Oray
ShlrU and Drawer I, tine soft wool, extra
heavy quality. A cpcel.il. bee It.
New stock of 250 dozen now
J'l 5 1 the do /on.
bee our lines of Table Linens from 2.*.c to
$1 the yd. Tho very best values hero possi?
ble to offer at the different prlocs.
Wool Eiderdown for ladles' home wrappers,
Fancy Btderdown, for ?ea Jackets nnd
children's clocks, 50c to >5c the yd.
Striped and Figured Flnnn Is for ladles'
wrappers and tea jackets, at 40c and COc,
Open to-morrow?a new line of Outing
Flannels for ladles' house drestes aid wrap?
pers at 12.Sc the yd. The newest thing out lo
bee our Ladles' Black Bruicle Jackets at $0.
This Is a special number with us and is a
At $1 and $2 the suit. Ladies' 1'nlou Suits, i Ladles' Oaves from $5 to $35. Everything
. j popular lu this Hue to be socu here.
At $1, Children's and Misses' Union Suits.
At tSc ?o 15c. every phase of Misses' ind
Children's,-. Under wear, In white, gray atd ;
We offer tho mcst complete linos of Under?
wear In the city. Sec our lines bclore you
Large 11-1 Wool n'anlcets at Si; 10 4 Wool
Blankets at $2 25, $9.75 and $3 50.
At(4 25. Special values in line quality all
wool blankets extra sizes.
At $5 the prettiest wool Blanket you ever
saw at. Ihr nnre.
At (?.KIjf, S' and ?3, All Wool (1 ray and
Bed Contorts from ""!<? to $3 50 onrh. Crib
Hankets and Cotiuurpaucs lu full range of
See our Special Canton FWuncls .it 0 acd fc
White Wool Flannels
values at 15e to 00c tho yd.
The new Art Denims In a'l colors.
25c. flgnred, 33e.
The new Japanese Draperies In the many
colorings anil gold printed effects, two quali?
ties at 2:c and 35c. These are the genuine
Over lOO now styles of Stamped Linons In
tho late Umpire. Delft and Flower designs
Few Pin Cushions, Slipper Soies, Cushion
Covers. Bureau Scarfs, Fringes, Yarns, Km
broidery Silks, etc.
Another lot of Rugs.
The Special Rag at 90c.
The 3x1 Hug at $1 00.
? he 0x0 Hug at $)? 50.
These are genuine Japanese hand made
Hugs. This Is the last of them tor the season.
Auothei lot of those pretty Screens. Japan?
eso 4 folding Screens, 70 Incites high, at ?3 bl)j
regular value, $o.
lloste of other new lice? now ready. See
101 SALEM AVENUE S. W.
Our lino is simply superb. All
1 the neu putorus'and colorings
' astonish ilose buyers".
50dozen Natura' Black Birds at 10c ouch,
wort h v.Sc.
It makes no tl'fferonco who yon are or what
your experience In buying?jou can alwa.s
rely upon our representations being exact
and to the po in. In-tint dismissal Is the
fate of every clerk who oversteps this rule.
Our goods are choice enough torch on their
own merit:-cur prices are wondctul enough
to need no exaggerated praise. From first to
last we study your wel are?look after your
Interests?and mien votir eyes to tho en< r
mous MONHY .'?AVINO TO UB MADKHBKK.
This is Cloak Weather.
A Cai'?- or Jnrkrt you mu?t have, and yoir
|i i.itsie are best terved by buying trom >i*.
Von know what you are getting here; jon're
sur/ lh I the materials are choice In quality;
you're ?uro that the styles are new ami fa.h
lonable; you're sureota perleel flu ng gar
meiii and more, ico, you're sure that the
I prices are rieht?Ol.e price shows plainly on
rv.rtlclr?ami that price Is without a
logic exception the unvts'l IN UOANiKE.
Continue here dally. All that's late and
dalnly in shapes nud sizes, we have?not only
the best and lovilejt of American manufac?
ture, Including the elegant productions of our
own workrooms, but the most marvelous evi?
dences of Parisian skill are als > artistically
displayed. This grand exhibit received many
words of praise since the opening began, acd
it has set our Millinery Department to bloom?
ing with a beauty for beyond that of uny
for ncr season.
Oenulne Fine Cut Jet Aigrettes, your
Black and Colored Coquo Feathers, 12 l'c,
plain or Jetted at 19c.
Trilby Yacht Hats, with bind, for 69c.
Large Parrots, black or colors, at 19c, worth
50 dozen hnnch;s new Fall Uoses, worth
71c and USc, 40c
Handsome Ostrich Plumes, 25c and 19c.
Children's Kelt Hats, trimmed with fancy
ribbons ar.,1 quills, at 09c.
French Fel'. Ilaf, latest shapes, at OSc,
worth 11.95 and $1.30.
Hlark (Kt'lrh t ips. 3 In bunch, for lie.
Striking Values in Jackets.
Severn' styles .>f Ladies' Choice Hough
< loth Jackets, all sizes, only .<5.
Lautes OXCOlleut Beaver Jackets, latest
effect, silk llotd, only $5.15.
Ladles': fancy Weft jlack Imported Diag?
onal Jackets, only $s.
Extra Black Kersey Coats, two-button
Heelers one half salin line.;. Melon eleeres,
Fine quality Black Beavor coats, three
hution riecfer, Melon sleeves, tipple back,
Fine Astrakhan and Cheviot Box Coats
stylishly faced with ?utln with tho ponular
Melon sleeves. Wondetful bartralo at ?008.
Ladles' Wlde-Waie Diagonal CqStS, half
j lined with satin rhsdames, rlpnle bark, man
dollu sleeves, at $7.00, worth $10.
Hlark (Nt'lch l ips, ? li
Black Jetted ijullls. Be
Nobby Silk-Lined Plush Capos, full sweep,
trimmed with Maiteu Fur, $7..M.
Hleh Lustre Silk Plmh Caoes, satin lined,
full 111 Inches sweep, re.il Martea trimmed,
liraud Plush Capes, trimmed with Unest
Black Thibet Fur, equal to many at $15, $11.
Even greater variety. Now designs in
"Sweep" and "Flare" will be found la largest
rarlety of Boucles, Beavers, Astrakhans,
Coverts,Cheviots, Keisoys. Broadrlo'h. Clay
Diagonals and Fancy Cloths, trimmed to
suit tire i.ihric a do/eti styles, $5 iv> $.J.
M. Indonky, }
\ 101 Salem