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We have gathered here a
collection of all that is good in
dry goods. Our modern mer?
chandising way isn't satisfied
with waiting for trade, bat cre?
ates it. We have secured many
special values in desirable
goods that we can afford to
price extra low to stimulate
early selling. Not au unworthy
?peciinen in the lot. The quan?
tities are limited. By coming
early you will have the choice
The following are sh iking ex?
A fine Black Beaver double
cape, with three rows satin
piping, with full sweep, worth
$7. Our price $5.
A better quality Black and
Blue Beaver double cape,
edeed with far, sold elsewhere
at $7 50. We will close them
out at $5.
An extra quality Black
Beaver cape, wiih satin facing
and three rows satin piping
around. Price them anywhere
and you'll be to!d $8.50. Onr
A fine quality Plush Cape,
twilled silir. Huing, collar
trimmed with Thibet fur.
Would be cheap for $8. Our
A finer quality Plush Cape,
a little larger than the above,
trimmed with braid and jet,
well worth $12 50 You can
buy them from us for $10.
B ack Beaver Jackets, ripple
back, elegant fit, from $3.50 up.
You'll save 25 per cent, by
calling before making a pur?
chase els; where.
500 pieces to select from at
prices way below the market
value. Overstock compels ii's
to unload, and the ladies who
have not gotten their new frill
dress will profit by buying ndw.
BUSINESS 18 LIVELY
Scarce au hour of the bus!-/
ness day passes but that some/
one is buying these good
blankets. A. price list that
covers every purse, and not ail
unworthy Blanket in the lol.
All wool, part wool and cotton,
although the last two are in
the minority. If we tell yem
that a certain Blanket is all
wool you can rely on it being
so. it isn't always so every-y
A BIG CUT IN OUR
Notwithstanding our prkes
for Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats have be?n cheaper than
any other establishment in the
city, we will still make a
deeper cut on all our Hats.
They mutt go, and the cheap?
ness of the price is bmnd riS
make them move. Call and
inspect our stock before mak?
ing jour selection* /
26 Salem Ave.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov*t Report
News of Peopl
and Events- ,
Happenings Briefly and Reliably
Put Before You.
A Handnome Pretont.
At a meeting of thn board of Btewlrds
of Grace Cburcb, held Sunday nigbtAp.
H. Kobortaon, a member of ibo Doara>
who was recontly married, was presented
with a bandsouio set of pearl-handled
silver tablokntvoy, theglftof tho pastor
and other members of tue board.
In tlio Court*.
Tac December term of tho hustings
court commenced yesterday morning,
Judjre Woods presiding. In tho aftpr
noon tho court was engaged with tho
case of M. J. Dawson va. E. A. Willson
it Co., which Is still In progress. The
circuit court was occupied v/lth the caso
cf Iiettlo O. GravcB vs. E. A. Olbbs.
OhrtHtlaa Kodenvorern Photographed.
Llnoback, tho photographer, mado an
excellent picture of the Endeavorers
with St. Mark'sChurch as a background.
A remarkable coincidence inconnectlon
with tho photograph Is that Mr. Hund?
ley, tho outgoing preeident, 1b located
at ono side of the picture and Mr. Col
llngwood, the nowly oleoted president,
occupies a position on tho oppoeite sido.
Tho picture 1b a good one.
Good Work Always Tille.
Thn Roanoke Hoofing and Metal Cor?
nice Company has just completed a large
job of copper cornice and front work for
the Commercial National Hank building
at Eufaula, Ala., also a monogram and
date panel In copper, which Is a credit to
any establishment. This Is not the drst
order from a long distance this concern
has bad, but they have shipped their
work to the very heart of Texas. Gocd
work always wins. I; will be shipped
A Liberal Hearted Gitlzou.
At the Cnristlan Endeavor convention
recently held in this city, it beoamo
necessary to take up a collection, but
the amount raised fell considerably
short of tho mark. As Roanoke peo?
ple are noted for their liberality In such
aiTairs, a gentleman who was too mod?
est to allow his name to go before tho
public, but ono that Is always ready to
champion the cause of Christ with his
labor an! mnaus, volunteered to make
good tho deficit, which he did.
Police Court Mows.
Several negro men charged with shoot?
ing crap were continuol until this morn?
ing. N. S. Underwood was sent on to
the grand jury on the charge of obtain?
ing money under false pretensos. Two
small boys were before his honor
charged with stealing Dr. Butler's game
chickens. They were severely repri?
manded and jalied awhile for the offense.
C W. Winters, charged with disorderly
conduct, was fined ?5.
At a regular staged meeting of Rja
noke Typographical Union No. GO, ueUl
Sunday, December 1, the following offi?
cera were elected to serve one year:
President, C. E. Gray; viaa-oresldent, P.
O. Webber; secretary and treasurer, W.
Li. Robertson; recording secretary, A. P.
Li. Morsack; sergeant-at arms, E. A.
Nunan; exooutlve committee, T. W.
Hudson, C. K. Sohwrar, H. J. Stone;
auditing committee, H. J. Bender, E. A.
Nucan, A. R. ?arland.
R?anoke Lodge of Elks.
/ Sunday afternoon Roanoke Lodge No.
/197 B. P. O E. with a number of their
friends held their annual memorial ser?
vices in their lodge room. An overture
was rendered by W. B> Buddo, followed
with a prayer by Rev. E. B Pollard,
after which Messrs Keoly, Neal, Dy
man and Dr. Downs sang as a quartette
"Lead, Kindly Light." This was fol?
lowed by Hon. W W. Berkeley, who de?
livered a short address to the lodge, In
which he alluded most feelingly to the
six members who had gone to rest since
tho formation of the lodge in 1891. After
another selection by the quartette and a
piano solo by W. B. Buddo, both oharm
lngly rendered, the closing exercises
were conducted by Exalted etuler R. W.
Fry, the Doxology was buog and the
r the Car Wheel*.
Yesterday morning about 10 o'ol
as Roanoke Machine Works engine No.
1 was coming from the east end of tho
yard to the round house with two flat
oars attached, and with Conductor Ber?
nard and Engineer Goeman in charge,
Georgo Carpenter, a white man. who
was gatherlog coal on the track.was run
down and his right leg mashed oil His
faoe and head were terribly bruised and
mashed and but little hopes are enter?
tained for his recovery. Drs. Gale and
Lewis attended the unfortunate man
and amputated bis leg. He haB a family
consisting of a wife and five ohlldren
and was formerly employed at the Ma
j chine Works. He lives on Lynchburg
avenuo n. e.
Mr. Trout to be Married.
Much Interest Is manifested In social
circles over the approaching marrlago
of Mr. John T Trout to Miss Helen
McGuiro Imbcden, which will take
place to morrow at 11 o'clock a. m. at
the resldenco of Capt. Phil Locket,
corner Kranklln road and Mountain
avenue. Tno c Temony will bo per?
formed by Rsv. Dr. \V. C. Campbell, of
ihe First Pfosbyerlan Church. Mr.
Trout Is a son of Hon II s l'rout, and
is receiving tollor at tho First National
Bank He Is a very popular young
man and gives prom'.sj ot a 8uc:ossfcl
career. The hrlde to be io a daughter
cf the late ? moral Imbodeu aod a
neioe of Gaot. Phil Locket, of this city.
She is a very attractive young lady and
has many frlendn, not only in Roanoke,
but*throughout the entire State.
At a meeting of Virginia Council No.,
617. National Union, held in Exchange
ball last nlgbt the following officers
were eleo">d for the coming sear. The
National Union is a fraternal insurance
order and basa memborsbip in Roanoke
of fifty, representing our best citizens
and business men, carrying 8145,000
insurance: Wm. Wilkinson, president:
O. L. TinBloy, vice president; M. J.
Phillies speaker; W. II. Paine; secre?
tary; R. 13 vVortham,financial secretary;
H. N Gordon, treasurer; W. C. Tuomtn.
chaplain; A. L. Jackson, ushor; W. P.
Rogers, sorgeant-at^arms; O T. Cling-;
flnpeel, doorkeeper; and W. C Thomas,
E J. Rood, and T. W. Crczier, trustees.
Ancient KfHeaic Onler Last Nicht.
Tbo Roanoke Senate of the Knights
of tho Ancient EsienicO-der mot in the
Elks hall last r,i:ht '.or tbo purpose of
exeinp Hying the Hfornt work of tho or?
der. Rev. Dr. J. II Boyd, of Staunton,
with twolvo other members of the order,
worn hero 11 give tho work. Dr. Bovd
is Kiipremoeaic- dts of tho world's order.
About ninety-live of the cnarter mem?
bers out of 100 *ere present. After the
exemplification of the work at the ledge
tho members and visitors adjourned to
Catogni'a, where thoy enjoyed an ele?
gant supper. II T. Rcckey, who organ?
ized tho senate here, goes to Lynchburg
to-day to organiz3 tn that city.
Th? entertainment and toa glvon by
tho King's Daughters' Circle of Christ
Church last night, at Mrs. Price's,
proved a pleasant affair. The singing
by Misses Cuichln and Stone, and W. S.
McClanahan, was much enjoyed, as was
also the music by Mr. Buddo. The tea
was given for the benefit of tbo debs
fund of Chrlet Church.
Arrentod on Suspicion
Officer Griffin arrested a negro man
named Loo Lindsay yesterday on sus?
picion acd li ekod him up. lie bad in
his possession a phonograph which he
was trying to pawn f rSi, but could not
give an intelligent account of bow bo
came In possession ot it.
noaril of Directors' Meeting.
The regular monthly mooting of the
board of directors of the Y. M C A. will
be held this evening at 5:30 o'clock.
Several important matters are to be con?
sidered. Evory member should be in
A Small Audience, Hut a Good Flay at
Lincoln J. Carter's great scenic drama,
"The Tornado," was produoed last nignt
at the Academy by an unusually fine
company beforo a small audience. Per
baos no other play now running is more
replete wi'.h startling situations and
wonderful mfchanical effects. The rep?
resentation of a genuine western tor?
nado in tho first act was simply perfect
and thrilled the audience by its in?
tensely realistic cbarac er. The col?
lision at sea and subsequent shlnwreck
seeno was also a masterpiece of stago
As a literary production ''The Tor?
nado" can lay claim to considerable
merit, tbo plot being well conceived and
carried by natural stages to a succassful
^denouement; although it was badly cut
last night to onablo the company to
make a train. MisB Emma Howard as
Budget, and Ogden S. V/igbc as Biff
Bass, did tho best work of the evening
in their respective roles.
A Household Treasure.
D, W. FULLER,of Canajjbarie, N. Y.,
says that bo always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in tho bouse and bis
family has always found the very beat
results follow its use; that he would not
.be -without it, if procurable. G A.
Dykeiran. Druggist, Oataklll, N.Y., says
that, Dr King's New Discovery is un?
doubtedly the bsstCouuh remedy; that
he has used it in his family for eight
years, and it has never failed to do all
that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested? Trial
bottle; free at Maesio's Phurmacv, IO'.)
Jeffsrion street. Regular sizj 50c. and
If y*ou want a substitute for anthra?
cite coal, W. K. Andrews & Co.'s belled
teams will deliver you high grado Brush
Mountain Coal, egg, nut or lump Bizes,
at bottom pi ices.
The Pocket Kodak is not a plaything,
biit a complete little camera. Oae but?
ton does it; you press it. Roanoke Cycle
Company,agents, 108 Salem avenues w.
Buy Brush Mountain ooal from W. K.
androws & Co., 310 Salem avenue. Thty
will sell it cheaper than it has ever been
sold in the city. Look out for tho belli d
One of Ibe best business stand? on
Salem avenue for rent. Apply to No. 5
Salem avenue s. w. Possession imme?
Oll Stoves! Oil Stoves!
We recently bought at a trustee's sale
in New York, and at one-third the cost
of production, a Ijtrge lot of oil stoves,
suitable for beating water, making pre?
serves, cooking on a small scale. Also
for heating bath or small rooms. Toey
are beauties. Call and see them. Price
S3.75. Terms cash.
Deaton Grpckry Company,
104 Commercb Street.
(W, K. Andrews & Co., 210 Salem
nue, are strictly coal and wood
dealers. They keep everything you
np >d In that line, and will deliver It
p.c mptly. Look out for tho belled
Am. of W. K. Andrews <fc Co.'s teams
c'tf belled. If you want tho best coal
?hd wood in the city and want it de
. vered promptly buy of them.
Go to Donaldson's for rofrigorators at
AMONQ TUB CHURCHES.
Interesting Services Sunday?A Maiuber
of Visiting Preachers.
At tbe First Bsptlst Church ?ev. E.
B. Pollard preached la the morning
from the text Joel, 2:37, "i will restore
unto you tho-ears wbioh the locust
bath eaten." The sermon was devoted
to the return of general prosperity, our
gratitude for it and the Gnristlan use
we should make of it. Four received
the ordlnanoo of baptism and twenty
five now members were welaomod into
the church. Rev. C. G. Garrison, of
the Christian Churoh, Rlohmond, filled
the pulpit at night, and Mr. Pollard
preaohed in tbe Institute chapel at
At Christ Ohureh.
The usual morning services at this
ohvrcn. conducted by the reotor, Rev.
It. W Patton, were well attended. The
evening services wore especially inter?
esting, the rector taklnir for bis text
John, 13:34, "A new commandment I
gave'unto you, that ye love one anotho.*
as I bjave loved you, that ye al?o love one
another," showing as I have that as
Christ gave his life to save as, so should
we ho love our fellow men that we would
give>our lives to save them; urging all
to live in unity and brotherly lovo, and
concluded by saying that as long as
thorn was one person outside of the
cbuich that person win living evidence
Jrnat we had not loved one anothor as
Christ loved us. Owing to tho absence
of tho rector th< ro will be no services
on Wednesday ovrnlng. Mr. Patton left
' last night for Petersburg, where ho goes
to raiao money to pay c if bis churoh debt,
The pulpit at Graoo Methodist Church
was tilled In thn morning by Rev. J.
W. Morris, of Falls Cnit'ch, V? , who
preached an ablo and olcquent sarmon.
At night Rev. Jos. Stras preached an
able ana interesting aertnon from He?
brews, 12th chaptor, and 1st and 2d
verses, (rood congregations attended
The sories of meetings hold by Dr.
ITawes, tho evangelist, In the First
Presbyterian Church, were brought to a
oto8o Sunday night, after an interesting
sermon. At the close of the service
many went forward to bid him farowell.
His meotlngs havo been the result of
many bouIs aaceptlng Cnrlstand uniting
with the churoh.
Dr. Brourhton proachod morning and
night at tho Calvary Baptist Churoh.
At night he preached his sermon to toot
ball cranks as nonounced. A very large
congregation had assembled, among
tbem being a majority of tho football
nlayerB and members of tho Y. M. C. A
Everybody fully enjoyed the sermon and
the cutting sarcasm of the eminent dl
SI Given Away.
What wo say by mouth or by adver?
tising is true. Auyono doubting our
advertisement will ploaBO bring It along
when putcbaslng, and wo will give you,
in addition to our low prices advertised,
one dollar off on every purchaso of 87.
That means, if your purchase amounts
to 87, you get it for SB; but you must
bring our advertisement with you. This
offer Is good for this week only at the
Palais Royal, 101 Salem avenue 8. w.
Tbk Roanoke Cycle Company have
I some fine bargains in second-hand bicy?
cles, and are closing them out at rock
bottom prices, $25 and 830. Don't miss
this ohance to get a bargain. 108 Salem
avenue s. w.
Go to Donaldson's for oak salts, very
A. E. KiTPATftlGK, of Filmoro, Cal.,
had tbe misfortune to have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone and
badly bruised. Ordinarily he would
have b?en laid up for two or three
weeks, but eays: "Aff-r using one bot
tie of Chamberlain's Pain Balm I be?
gan to feel better and In throe days was
entirely woll. Tho peoullsr soothing
qualities which Chamberlain's Pain
Halm possesses I have never noticed in
any other liniment I take pleasure In
recommending it." This liniment Is
also of great value for rheumatism and
lame bank For sale by The Chas.
Lyle Drug Company.
La Grippe, for Golds, Coughs,
AND LUNC TROUBLES)
? EdBB& pectoral
"Two years nfjo, I had tho grippe,
and it. left iuo with n t ough which gave
mo no rust night or dny. My family
physician prescribed for me, changing
clit: medicine as often as In- found tlio
things 1 had taken were UOt helping
mo, but, In spite of Ida attendance, T got
in? better. Finally, my husband,?read?
ing one day <>f a gentleman who had
had the grippe and was cured by taking
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral,?procured, for
:ne. a bottle <>f this medicine, and before
T had taken half of it. 1 was cured. I
have used the 1'eeloial for my children
and in my family, whenever wo havo
needed it, ami have found it a apecjfic
Tor colds, coughs, and line; troubles."?
Eau.v \Yooi>. North St., Elkton, Md.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Cleanse the System ivith Ajcr's Sarsaparilla.
HEIRQNIMUS k BRUCH S,
206 COMMERCE ST.
THB VOLUME OF BUSINESS ROLLS UP
A Very Gratifying Increase With Each Succeeding Week.
Of temperature is giving increased impetus
to many departments, and the enormous
stccks of a few weeks ago aTe passing out
rapidly. With the increased cost of manu?
factured goods being thrust upon us the
days of extreme low prices for Dry Goods
are fast passing away. There can be no
better time to buy than now.
We Ask Your Consideration of the Following :
Now iMho time yon need underwear; we
have It: all sir.es, all qualities', 'l he cheapest
quality, considered, hi the c\<}.
At is to rue the garment. Cnlldren'e UetVT
Fleeced Underwear, sir.es id and 81 In. Vests,
Pant a and Drawers.
At 25 to 75o. Children'? Natural Wool
Underwear,alr.es iu to84. Vests, Pants and
At as to 65c, Children's All Wool Whtto
Undcrwfior, sir.cs li> to 81. Ycate, rants and
At 35c, Infant'? Wrappers, nice quality
wool, formerly 411c, s ges 1 to B.
At lUc, very lino Lambs' Wool Infant's
Wrapers, 1 to ?.
At TOc, the finest (}nallty Infant's Wiappc rs,
elzes 1 to U.
At S5c. each. Extra (Quality Ladies' Vests
and Fante, Fleered.
At 60c. Ladles' 88 per cent. W^ol Vesta and
Pant*, s'.isos 8 to 0. In White and Natural
At 75c, Ladles'75 percent. Wool, Natural,
Yrsis and 1'auta, ul1 sizes
At $1 the garment, the celebrated "Oxford"
shaped Underwear, will not cut at the arm,
finest wool, all colors. White, Natural and
Scarlet, Vests and Haute.
At 5Pc each. Gentlemen's Bxtra Heavy
Health Undorwuar, tho peer of any 76c.
Underwear iu the city. See tt
At $1 tho garment. Gentlemen's. Natural
Wool Shirts and Drawers, extra heavy
qualltv, line soft wool.
At $1, Wrlgh.'s ncalth Wool, Fleeced,
Underwear, will not shrink, very pleasant to
wear, the best thing In the Underwear brand,
lletter Grades of Underwear, In any size,
for Ladles and Gentlemen.
t~i*~Hour in mind thalthe Standard Paper
Pattern* were all reducd 60 per ceut. last
September and now cost jus', one-half the
price of other Patteins. They aro beslnes
netter fitting, more economical, and more
stylish. Bales aro doubling ou these each
month. Try them.
Tnc newest thlnvs lu Silks as fast as they
appear In the markets, are shown heie. Wo
aro cow showlug.
New uiacv satin Uuchess, handsome pat?
terns, very line heavy quality, at $1; Wurth
At'$l Black Pekln Stripped Gros Grain
Silk, very prettv, very popular. Unusual
quality at the pile:?*
At $1 the yard, special value in lllack Satin
At 75c. the yard,Heavy Muck Satin Duchess.
At7Ac, >hc Heavy lllack Faille Francai.'ee.
At 75, S7c. and $1 the yard, new things in
Black, Striped nnd Figured silks, with
co ored wovon figures. Vtry pretty und de?
At4rc. the yard. Chana-cah'e TalTettaSilk?.
At ORe, 75c, roc, $1, $1 SS, $1 35 and ?1/0 tho
yard, the rtucst collection of Novelty -like ia
Changeable, Striped, Figured uud Biocado
effects ever shown In Koacoko.
Black Dress Goods.
At 95c, SO inch wide All WodI Blatk Serge.
At :t7.Ve, 40 inch wido French Serge, very
St ftOc. the yard, M-neh Diagonal Cheviot
Serge. The liest value in the ctty.
At 85c. tho yard, fine quality very heavy
Diagonal Cheviot. Just tho thing tor winter.
At tl.SB the yard. Unmlmmc Quality Uladt
Boucle Novdty, B 1-inch wide, very desirable.
At $1.75 tho yard. Now Heavy Hondo
Cloaking In Black only, M-tnch wloo.
At JIM the yard. New Black Astrachan,
BMuch wide. A good one. See them.
C^-All the great staples of 'he business aro
here in great assortment*. No matter what
prices, may be quoted to you as halts by
would-ho competitors, renumber that no
price can bo named so low that it cannot be
duplicated here, and your Interests as our
patrons will ho protected iu every lusiauco.
HEIROMuS & BR?GH'S.
lOl Salem ^.ven-ae.
^A/h^lf \A/fl ^11/ '*v M10,un or Uv ttdvertiolng is true. Any ono
Volldl www Otij ,jouutitig our advertisement will piepse briug it
K i L L i im *? w Y
along when puschiifiiiig nnd we will give you, in
ndiliuou to our low price mlvertisetl. Unk Dollar
Off on every purchase of $7. That menus if your
purchase amounts to $7 you net it for $ii; but you
Must Havk Ouk "ah." With You. This offer
is good for this week only.
Our 8R.00 Hals.?Never supposed that Hits
$5 line or i.rttB would heconie so popular.
Chai innig fashions for young women, in
Veivet, Felt and Br>id Hats, elaborately
triniuied, to equal usual $10 Hats.
Front 84 Up_A line of stylish Bonnets tor
At 8:1.00.?A special Kelt Hat for children,
beautifully trimmed. Worth #5.
At 05c?Fine Imported Felt Hats that have
been $2, fs9.5U and $:).
At 03c?French Felt Hn's for mlsseB and
children. Were $i and gi.TO.
At BOe ?Fine French Felt Hats that htvo
been $1.55 and $ 1.50.
English Felt Hats, worth 75c, at :i7c.
An up-to-date well-selected stock ot novelties,
Feathers. Birds, Flowers, ttc.
Nacre shaded and plain roses at lOo. hunch,
worth 26c, and at lUc., worth 39c.
Large Ostrich Tips, :t In bunch, at48c., worth
75c , and at 75c . worth $1 26.
Halt PltiiuoB at 8!-'c., worth (52c.
Black birds at 5c , worth lex.
Black Coques, Jet od or. plain, at Sc.
Khlnestonc ar.d Pearl Duckies ut 15c. and 25c.
worth 85c and 5l!c.
A haudsome French Foil shape. . OSo.
Cnlldren'e Folt Flats. Otic.
Ladles' English F* It Hits, all shapes
and Colors, worth ti'.ie. 3Do.
Ladles' Fnr Felt Hats, all the "Nobby"
and "Swcdl" shapes.07?.
Ladles'Alpine Hats. ??<??
Ladles* London Walking Hats, ready
trimmed,onchtto tell ut# 1, foronly 17c.
"Bike" Tara o'Shvtcrs," the latest
??wheel" fad, soils elsewhere at $1,
The regular 25*. Jet Aigrettes.l9Jt*o.
Black Cocqne l'lnmei. lOo.
Colored Mercury Wings. 10c.
Bluck Parrot Tall Ulrds. *5o.
lllack or Colored tinlll?. ?e.
Scotch Plaid 'lam O'Slun'ere, qnlll
trimmed?r< gular'Mllghlandcrs"... 'Joe.
Bonc eTamO'S banters,hUc? o-olored
?regular prlci $1 25, our price only Slid.
Turk Cups, In Med and Navy, at. tf?c.
A Velvet It -m.
A lot of $t and #1.25 colored Silk Velvets
in all rluui s (no blacks) now
Giand Coat Bargains.
Every customer suited. Our stock one
of tho la'gett, best selected, and
most important 'of all, the lowest
prices for tho qualities thin any
UOUSe In the city.
Sco our Grand Houcin Jacket, posi
tivelywortta $1 60, at.84 DO
All wool Astrakhan lloi.ro Jackets,
lined throughout with lllack Satin,
very rich, worth $1*. at .8h OB
8(1.no lor l.ADIKS" ?lack 11ewy
l.L'sIHK ukoad wale might
j ace KT?, Satin lined, widest 1
plcced sleeves, full ripple backs?
regular value $10.00- here.80 oo
?5 75 for ladihs' FiNK black
HrCAVKK sIlGliT jacket-,
widest 4 pieced sleeves, fuP ripple
buck? regular value |ts.0O? hero. 06 75
8s 00 for laiue-' li'Si l'V boucle
SUOKT JaCKBTS, eight H)le* ot
weaves, all very Jaunty ?valur #12.
hero .88 oo
81) so for La dirs1 UKAVV black
CUBVloT bol'clu sll out
JACKET.-, new storm b^x fronts
--Silk lined, extra iargo : pieced
sleevs, ripplebacas? regular value
ftlft-here. '.80 SO
811.Oil tor Ladles* HKAv y Ti'Fl'kd
uouclb buck i' JACKETS,
Jaunty sletvrs, that ctbuot be
found nudet tlti- here.811 UO
It ma'.tfrs not how faitldlona your taste may
he. we can suit you In o l'!uth Cape?onr
stock ranks foremost among the Plush
Cape stocks < f Hoatioko?If you can't be
sultod where yon generally deal call on us,
we can stilt yon in style, quality and price.
These are the recommendations that aro
given ?t Palais Koyid.
Fine Appllqned Plnsn Hippie Capes,
*lh not edge, worth $1?.80 08
Extra Finn Plain Velour Capes,Thibet
trimmed. Ithadame lined; a very
die cape with an extra wide Bweep.
worth *1". 88 75
Newest Ponble Plnsh Capes, extra
long, line engora trlmiiiltig, extra
tins Hhadame lined, that sold for
$25 .. . .811 ?O
Jet Embroidered Velour i onnlo and
Single Capes, made with tho finest
cut Jet, extra lull sweeps, worth
Astrakhan Cloth Capes, $4 Inches long,
collar and front trimmed witt real
Marten fur. Will worth $'.0; our
special prloe.Sl't SO
Chenlle not and Fancy Mesh Veiling*,
double width. Were 51 c a yar ,n..w S5o.
A lot o' Sewing Silk Veilings In colors.
Wi re 25c a >ard, now. lie
Palais ISoy al,
M 00 Double Beavor Capes, velvet col?
$kS tu F no Circnlar and aUo Double ? ^
? 'apes, trimmed In rows ot braid..84
$10 00 All Satin lined Astrakhan Capes
#li 00 Puptrlor llouble Capes,fine em- ,?
broldvrr, lull sweep, now at .1>f
$10 o Allsatiu-llned Astrakhan Cape
Titibct oricc,S7 and.IS inches lo"?ln?d
$2tl 10 Finest Doable Applied Iii?
Capes, extra lull sweep, at tti- In th?
80 BO for line Imported ' Dofanlt
U.iucle. Silk Astrachan cioindrr tha
tary et>lo. do ble Cape? u'rnths,
nowhere loa than $20.10 aount oua
>' *roat la
M. iNlioii? Tinste*,