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Every year we gather from far and
near a host of pretty things
for gift buyers. Those that
you like most are likely to
be the least expensive, and
there's no one to object if
you only come to look. It
is not a bad idea to bu/
early, because shrewd
shoppers usually get away
with the best long before
We enumerate below a
few of our Christmas novel?
For the Little Ones.
Best quality Risque Kid-covered
Dolls,'49c, 59c, 79c, 89c,
and 98c?all with natural
Fubber Dolls 25c, and a larger
size, nicely dressed, 50c.
Mechanical Dolls 25c.
China Tea Sets 25c, 39c, 59c
Toothpick Holders, Bouquet
Holders, Chocolate Pots,
Cracker Jars. Oatmeal Sets,
Cut-glass Bouquet Holders,
Bisque Figures, Bisque Oma
ments, China Tea Sets.
Filegree Cologne Bottles, Pin
Trays, Jewelry Boxes, Pin
Cushions, Ink Bottles, Ficture
frames, Whisk Brooms and
Noah's Arks, Laundry Sets,
Blocks, fen-pirtsfTool Chests,
Guns, Magic Lsnterns, Tin
Kitchens, 1 in Stoves, Checker
Boards, Tin Horns, Hobby
Horses Wheelbarrows, Sleighs
looks for the little "nes, 5c, !0c,
15c, 20c and 25c apiece, and
a thousand c-tli sr articles too
numerous io mention.
IS* HI we ask is to call and
inspect our Holiday Display
h. fere making your selec?
tions, as you will save from
251 5) per cent, on your
: pu chases.
26 alem Ave
Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. G ov't Report
News of People
Happenings Briefly and [Reliably
Put Before You.
To Institute a Lodge.
A number o( the members of Oacoola
Lodge. K of P , will go to It iuford tola
evening vvhcro they wilt Institute a
lodKO of thu ord?r to-night.
A FalflO y> 1 >n in.
Tb" alarm of firo Hon*, in from box 41
last nig r\t proved 10 bo f vlae. The key
in tbo box was number 15, but it I* not
known woo tho petson is who turned
in tho alarm.
St. Andrew's Cuthollo Chnrcli.
Tho monthly Friday n.ening services
at Ml. Andrew's I huich yeBterday wi re
well amended. Rev. Father Lynch de?
livered an improHslvo discourse) and the
music was excellent.
Wants Ills Diamond King.
Erneat Ii. Fiahburno, of tho National
Exchange Bank, lout a diamond ring
Hcmowhuro near Holling of i errata
weight, for which be will pay :? liberal
reward on presentation by the holder.
Mrs. Ponn received yesterday 8.>,0C0
in payment of lifo insurance of ber hus?
band, the late Col. John E Penn, fr m
the Mutual Reserve Fund Lifo Associa?
tion of Now York,through J. Ii. Banner,
the Roanoko agent.
To Mino Iron Ore.
George liouBton will move the 40
hor60 poworongine and bailor from Roa
noko to Troutvillo to day, for J. Shir?
ley Smith and aeaoolatuB, to bo usen in
waEhicg manganoso oro at their minep, |
which aro cald by experts to b j very
Calvary Haptlst Ihuroh.
Dr. J. C. Illden, pastor of Grove Ave?
nue 15 iptist Caurcli, Richmond, Va , will
preach morning and night to morrow, at
ih i Calvary Baptist Ceurch. Dr.
Broughton in conducting on evangelical
montlrg at Grove Avenue Church, RicL
Prof, ssor Mason's i.rcturo.
A largo and apDreciative audio:.ce
grooted Prof Oils T. Mason, curator at
the National Museum at Washington,
D C, last night, at tho First Bapliat
Chtrch. Profcs'or M*.?on delivered an
instiuc.lve aid eiib^rtainicg lecture on
''Beautiful Paris/' illustrated by a 1 trgo
number of beautiful Btereoptlcan views
The professor is a pleasant and forcible
speaker, and bring familiar with the
city of Patis, bo having resided there for
several years, tho largo auditnea was
highly ontertalncd by the addresB Tho
proceeds will be used for tho b ncfit of j
the Firit Enp'lst Ctu ch.
Fntertaitunent .For Trln ty.
A musical concert will bo hold on tho
night of the 13th inst. tor the benefit of
Trinity M. E. Church. Tbo place at
which the concert Is to be held will bo
announced later. Prof. A. Edwin
Farmer, the matchleso New York
musician, will perform leading parts
and will be assisted by superior local
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Daughters of the Confederacy
Ladies' Auxiliary of Watts Camp will
moot at Mrs. P. L. Terry's Tuesday,
December 10, at 3 o'clock in the after?
noon. All members are requested to be
present, and any wives, daughters, or
relatives of C mfederate soldiors ate
cordially invited to j ;in tho chupter By
order of the president. Mrs Tll03.
First Prcshyterlun Church.
Preachlna to morrow bv tho pastor at
11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Subject of the
night sermon, "What Are Our Sources of
Information About trod ? Tho s'ssion
wilt moot at the Manse at half past ton
for tho reception of members Persons
desiring to unlto with thw church will
come > here at that h jur. Sunday schoi 1
ai 9:30 a. m. Preaching at Woodsido by
Rev. W. C. Campbell at 3:30 p m.
The Association of Court Clerks.
Jno. H Mathnwa, clerk of xh" Urspry
county court, s opped over in Rjanoka
yesterday while en route to his nome in
Martlnnville from Richmond, where ho
attended the c invention of the associa?
tion of tho court clerks of Virginia.
Mr. Mathewo saya the association held
a most pleasant meeting, and that they
? ere royally barquetied by Ool. Jao.
Murphy wliIo in Richmond.
Address to Students.
Pr?f, Otis T Mason, cl tbo National
?viuieum, Wsshiugton, addressed the
??udonts and friends of tho National
Business College yesterday mtrningat
0 o'eiock The aubj^os up>n which tho
professor talked was tbo "Right Start
in Life." He drnw out in his addr< bs a
number o'prao'icil illustrations which
to say tho loast we-e raco onj >yed by
the students At or his addres.% on this
line, ho save many srood thoughts to the.
a ulontson p-?c leal aionograpny and
cctiitui rci*l life.
Bnnnoho Won Ihn Prizes.
Tie Sincor Manufacturing Company
r'con'ly off red to the office in South
w st Vtruinia wtrcu would send in the
lnrges'. r^Dir* for tbo wek ending Nn
v( mber 3 >, a flnn suit of rlothes and S25
in cf-h to th? dl-t rlct manager and a
rm;'d trip, wi-h all expenses paid, to
?bo Atlanta Exposition to *h<> co :ec or
and nalo-rom who suc.'.ecded in 'Urning
In the Hrg< st rep rt In order tn atimu
latn tbe Roanoko salesmen Manager
Tannor off ??red a second cash prize of S20
and a third cash prize of 812. The
prizes wero won by Roanoke men, T. It.
Tanner securing the flrst prlza offered
by the company; Wesley D. Wright, the
trip to Atlanta; G. D. Maasle, the 82a
cash priz\ and R. II. Wright, the $12
prize. The grosB report of the Roanoke
office for the week was about 81,100.
District Manager C F. Bryant, of tho
Danville effico, 'phoned congratulations
to Mr. Tanner yosterday and said his
cilice was not in it.
Salem Touchers Keturn.
The public bohool toaohers of Salem
roturned yestorday from Lynchburg
where for two days thoy visited the
public schools o! thatolty- Tho teanbers
all enjoyed their trip and spoko in the
hi. heat terms of Suporintoi dent Glass
and the management and conduct of tho
institution* of learning. They met tbo
toacbtri i f Lynchburg In the reception
room of tho V. M. C. A.Thursday night,
aftt-r which they wero conducted to ono
of Lynch burg's moat stylish restaurants
wfcero they enjoyed an elegant spread.
Yaunc Meti'tt Christian Association.
A young mon'.s rally will In held av.
y. M. C. A hall Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock. Tho meeting will be addressed
by Ltav. L G. Millor, of S*.. Mark's Lj?
theran Church. H. J. Molntyro, phys?
ical instructor of Roanoke College, has
been ncoun (1 to give, aystoroatlo Instruc?
tion In the y M C. A. gymnasium and
commences his duties Tuesday evening,
December It) Tho following Is gleaned
from the ofllcl.'il report for Novembir:
Receipt?, S278.H7; di8bursmpnt9, S278 07;
number of batns taken, 405; averauo
daily attondancs, 112; average attend?
ance at Sunday moettngs for men, 283;
average number usin'.r gymnasium dally,
15; number men assisted, G; now incm
bors, 10; renewals, 11.
Mora Ghargon Than Tu >.
N. S Underwood, who Is now locked ]
up in the city jail on the charge of
obtaining money under false pretenses,
and with having stolen two horses from
VVm, Ingram, In Floyd, Is charged with
having committed other crimes In that
county. Two days prior to hin bo.ing
in poseossion of ihe Irgram boreeB his
uncle, for whom ho hai b-jen working,
had his barn bu.-nod The lire was
evidently of Incendiary origin. Tho
owner ot tho barn kept several hundred
dollars in cish in his house, and thtB
was known to young Uadorwood, hin
nephew Wtien tho tire was dlecover >d
thu enliro family with tho excoption of
somo small children ran to the barn.
It is alleged that young Underwcod ran
into tho house and told tho children
that their father had sent him for -the
money aH ovoiythlng would ba burned
up Ho told the CQ?dron that ho was
Mr. Ingram, ba t they ri>cogtiz^d him as
i belrg ihelr c?uc,.u, Tlr ycu^g 6csrrp
failed to SLC.ro the m.na/, as hffl uncle
BUBpecttd that tho flro was started for
tho purpose of robbery and had enough
preaance of mind to put his monoy in
his pocket bafora leaving tho house.
Upon reaching the house his nephow
wan gono. 'I wodajs afterward heat cured
toreo horses and aiarted in tbo direc?
tion of this city with them. Aftor
traveling several miles scmo ono
recognized ono of the horses as b3ing
tho property of Convah'.o Martin, which
ho afterwards turned loose in tho road
and came on to this cuy with the other
two which proved to bo Ingrain's.
A hold lUIKF.
lie Rubs Catognt'fl Till of $133 and .Malus '
Uuod Ills fcuciipe.
On Thursday about noon, for tho fifth
time In succession, a sinister looking
stranger entered Catogni'a Salem avonue
store, A. W. Pitman, manager, and suc?
ceeded in robbing tho safe, of 8133, ??(
which amount about SlOO was in cur?
rency and silver, the balanco being in
checks of small amounts.
O i6 check was drawn by T. E. Davis
& C.i , for Si 20; two by the llobble Mu?
sic C>. f^r gt and St 50; one check for 81
was written in lead pencil and drawn by
a Mr. Kemper; another f.>r a (similar
amount; wan drawn by II Echola on the
Cjmmerclal National Hank.
The man had gono Into tho store sev?
eral days In succession but always re?
fused to bn waited on, making some ex?
cuse, lie wib rogarded by tho employt-s
of the store a* a suspicious character,
was non committal, and acted in a
rather queer manner.
On tht? day mentioned Mr. Pitmnn had
gono to dinn-r and another one . / tho
clerks deposited a lot. of money in tho
safo in the pr?secci of tho ssrange.r and
lo't for his dinner I; was while tho
other clerk was waiting on sora ? lad'os
and In a position behind the counter
that ho oul .1 not observe the actions of
tho thief tnat the Bafo was rilled of its
Tho money box was carried into tho
rear of the store ana tho contents
pocketed and it thrown down on some
barrels, where it was found an hour
later by Mr Pitman, whose attention
was called to the matter, noticing that
the Bafe was standing ajar.
The thtof. after obtaining the money,
walked boldly cut and has not since
been soen by any ono who knows him
Ha was apparently 29 or 3 1 jeara of
age, about five feet s^ven ii c'ioa hign,
sallow complexion, high, prim t nt
cheek hones, stout und will weigh about
150 p Hindi and wears a ligh? musiacho
of thin growth lie had on a n?gligee
shirt, a dingy, dark suit of cloth, well
worn, a b ack stiff hat with a flat crown,
whicn gave him a scanty appearance.
Altcgether, ha had a sinister look and
St-emed of an uncommunicative disposi?
tion. Evory effort has boon made to
capture him, bus without avail
If you would have the largest stock
to select from and wish to purciasoat
the lowest popalblo prices bu sure and
call at The E II. Stewart Furniture
Company for all articles in thu furni?
ture and carpet lino.
The best grato cofcl in the city Is the
semi-bituminous Red Af-h coal, sold
inly by W. K ANDRRWfl ,fe Co, 219
Salem avonue. You may know tbolr
teams by tho bolls.
X.A9T DAY OF THE SHOW.
Tho Exhibit Is Now Complete and Will
This is tho last da; of the groat
poultry show and if you have failed so
far to patronize the exhibit you should
go to-day and wltuess the largest and
best collection of birds ever brought
together in Southwest Virginia.
Tno show has been a success in every
respect, with the possible exception of
attendance. This has not been unusu?
ally large, but was much better yes?
terday n.an on previous dayB. The
show will probably be attendca this af?
ternoon by hundreds of working men
who have not had an opportunity to
visit It heretofore.
The work of the expert judge has
been completed and all the awards
Pit games woro judged in pairs, as
follow*: Cockerel anu pullet, first to
Dr Iii. C. Bucuner, of Roanoke; second
to W. A. Cnookley, of Ttoanoko, and
third to R R. ilarding, of Alleghany
Springs; cock and han,first to Dr. Buck
ner, second to Bluestone poultry yard,
of Brauowoll, W. Va., and third.to Dyer
Bros.; young breeding pen, first to vV.
Oa rabbits, J J. Feather, of Roannko,
secured all tbo ribbons, whilst Miss
Isabel Poddloord took Urst for guinea
plg?, and Miss Rdttlo Brown secoud.
Tao special prize tor tho e?xaibitor
showing tbo mtst birds scoring over
ninoty points was won by ?Tonn H.
Uaiut, of Itoanokn county, who had
thirty bitda of ihm degree of oxcollonee?,
whilst Beaumont firm?) cimo in a
strong si corn with twenty six blrde.
B. Re Id Harding ns?d twenty-onr, wuh
half ? diz i< turkeys, which w?ro not
tcorcd, but which would navo brought
him up near tno top.
Tho special premiums for the largest
and best exhibit of pigeons shown by
one owner was awarded to A. D. Rice,
On bronzi turkevH, R. Reid Harding,
took first on oil gobbler and boo; 0. VV.
Tbotnap, second on old hen, first on
young trio and first and etcond on
young hen; on mammoth white, B. Ktid
Harding took first and second ah around;
on Tonlause uoose Mr. Harding took
first and second and first on embden,
white China* and brown Chinas.
On Prtkin ducKS E T. Roolnson took
first on old pair and B W. Booock on
young pair; Gad. Huff took first on old
pair; R. li. Hatding first on Muccovy
Win. Tompklns took first on old pearl
guineas and It cid Harding first on wnlto
C. W. Thomas reared first on a pen of
black iq.Irrels a d opossums. W. R
Englcby's bug cochins scored above all
oil or birds of a similar ch irtctor, rang?
ing from 91 to 01>u psr cent.
That tho public may bo informed as
to tho first and second prlzi birds, bluo
and red ribbons denoting tbeir awards
h*vb boeti plied on tho coops, and tho
show may now bo said to bo ocmpleto.
Tho doorj will bn opened at an early
hour this morning and will be )?? pt
open uniil 10 o'clock to-night- You
should notfall tosro tho exhibit to day.
He Again Enters (be Field.
We call attention to tho cird of Col.
Thomas Lowls, insurance broker aid
r.dj ister, and can safely assuru tho pub
lie that any business ourustcd to
him wi'l receive prompt ar.d proper at
tontkn. Col. Lewis was actively en?
gaged as sgent snd adjuster from 1s03
to 1890. during which timo ho Insured
millions in propcrcy and persons and
ptld over sioo 000 in losses without tho
loaet controversy. Ho now again onlors
tho field and is prepared to place any
and all kinds of Insurance; that is, fire,
life, accident, plate glass, steam boiler,
Indemnity, employer's liability, rail"
road or marine, in any company, and to
adjust losses of every character. He 1b
a resident hero and is prepared to make
geed any representations made by him
85.ggo woirni 01 ladlei' and guni'd fine
S i.es to bo sold at public auc im, re?
gardless of est. Sale commencing on
Monday, December 9, limited to follow?
ing hours: From 0:80 a. m. to 12 m ;
from 2:30 p. m to 0:30 p. m., and from
7:30 p. m. to 9:3!) p. m.
A. Wiuonr's Old Stand,
Cor. Salem Avo, and j fforson St.
Ellis & Co , J. R. Ei.i.ib, manager.
La Grippe, for Golds, Coughs,
AND LUNG TROUSLES,
"Two years n;;<>, 1 had tho grippo,
ami it left mo with n cough which gave
ino no rest, ni^ln or dny. My family
physician proscribed tor me, changing
tho medicine as often as lio found tho
things 1 had t:tken were, not helping
nie, luii, in spite of his attendance,! u'"t
no lit-tter. Finally, my husband,?read?
ing one. day of a gentleman who had
had the grippe and was cured by taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,?procured, f<t
mo, n bottle of this medicine, and before
I had taken half of It, I w as cured. I
have used tho Pectoral for my children
and in my family, whenever wo have
neoded it, and have found it a specific
'or colds, coughs, and lung troubles."?
ll.in.v Wood, North St., Elkton, Md.
fiber's Cherry Pectcra!
Highest Honors at World's Fair.
Cleanse the System with Ayer'n Sarsaparilla.
Dacklen's Arnica Salvo.
Thk Beet Salve in tbo world for Gats,
Bruises, Sjrce, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Soros. Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Mhln Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It In guaranteed to give
perfect satUfacci ->n or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Massie'a Pharmacy, 109 Jefferson street.
Those who enroll now, or early in
1800, una complete either of our main
courses nod grmluuto with our class at
the regular time for graduation in
I,nstyear's -rr-idtcites are now placed,
und we have had < nils f?>r many more..
The market for business college stu?
dents coma mostly dating the months
of September. October and November,
Let ua hear from you. 12-6-lf
Charity. Brotherly love, Justice.
Third Anuual HcticQt
Roanofce Lodge, No. 197, B. P. 0. Elks.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC !
Saturday, Dec. 21.
For Their Charity Fund.
TUB EMINENT COMEDIAN,
In His Greatest Success,
??yThe sale of sent 9 will commence
nt .lohuflOn & .lohnson's, Monday,
December 9th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Trices ? 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Help a Worthy Cause.
NO. 810 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST.
8. \V., 10-room brick bouse. Cel?
lar, attic and bath room. Iu good re
pair. Price 925 per mouth.
NO. 511 ELM AVENUE S. W.,
9-rootu house, with modern con?
veniences. Cellar ard stable. Good
neighborhood. Price $15 per month.
TSTO. 435 MOUKTaIN AVENUE
8. \V., G-room house. Room for
servant attached ; also stable iu good
repair; Price $lo per mouth.
"NTO. 1420 CHAPMAN AVENUE
?v' S. W., 7-room house with modem
conveniences. I'rice $11.25 per month.
HAVE STORES TOR RENT;
also bargains iu sale of Haul
See Us Before
Buying or Renting.
B. H?RTS0QK & CO..
Thoso having brick and stone work
or vitrified hrick pavements to belaid
would do well to call on or address
The l'ractical Contractor ami lliillder.
Also all kind9 of carpenter-wcrk,
plastering, painting, kalsoniihlug, and
paper banging done ou bhort notice.
All work guaranteed.
,T. T. FALLS.
No. 5 Campbell Ave. S. W..
Roanone Shoe SVIanufacturing Co.
-2B SAt.r.M AVKSUE
Pf7"AU KludB of lloot? and Shoos Mado and
Ucpiilr?d. All Order* l'uuctiinlly Attended to.
I). ilOKQAN Manager.
Factory Over Carr'e Hottllng Work*.
lOl Salem ia^^on/uie_
Ily inoulh or bv advertising is true. Any ono
doubling our advertisement will plepsa bri11^ it
nlorg when purcbosibg und we will give you, in
Addition to our low price ndvertised, One Dollar
Off on every purchase of $7. That means if your
purchase amounts to $7 you uet it for $(>; but you
Must Have Duit "ai>." With You. This oiler
Is good for this week only.
Our S5.0O Huts?Never supposed that this
Una or lulls would become so popular.
Chat mini; fashions for young woinon. In
Velvet, Kelt and itr-id time, eWboratoly
trlruined, to equal Mnal $IU Huts.
From M Up.?A line of fctyllek Bounds for
At !*:! 00.?a special Kelt list for children,
beauUlnlly trimmed. Worth $5.
At 00? ? Kinc Imported Kelt Huts that have
been ?2, (3.6(1 and $:).
At 03o.?French Kelt lla's for misses and
children. W< r? (l and $l.-.5.
At ROo? Vino Krench Kelt Hats thnt hive
beun $1.35 and $1.60.
English Kelt Haie, worth 75c, at 37o.
An nu-tn-ri&tc woll-sclecled stock of novelties,
Feathers, Bims, Klowcrs, no.
Nucro shaded and pla'n roses at 1Ue. bunch,
wurth 26c, ami at 19c., worth .HUc.
Lar^o Os'rlch Tips, :i In bnnch, at4t,c, worth
75c , and at ?.".'><?, worth $1 lift.
Half I'lotncB at SSc, worth 02c.
Black Mrdi at Sc , worth loc.
Ulock Coquaa, Jet ed or plain, at 6c.
Rhineltone ai.d Pearl llticbles at 15c and25c,
worth 'ii'C and GCc.
A handsome Kreuch Kell shape. !?8o.
Cntldten'i Kelt Klats. :n?e.
Ladies' Bncllsh Kilt H*te, all shapes
and Colors, worth till;. 30c.
Grand Coat Bargains.
Every customer mlteM. Our stock oue
of tho let get t, best telected and
most Im portal. I of all, tnr 'owost
prices for tho qualities thai any
nonso in the clt>.
See our (irumt lloucln J.-sck^t, posl
tlvelyworth $7 50, at.?4 DO
All wont Astrakhan Hone n Jackets,
lined throughout with Black Satin,
very rieh worth $1*. at .88 US
?O.IIO for LA III its' ULAOR IIEvVY
LUSTltK UKOAU WALE silOKT
JACKBT8, Satin lined, widest -I
pltccd slcuris. full op, 1- backs ?
regular vslae *io.m?hero.so oo
85 75 for LAIM*?' KiNK ? ACE
UBAVBIt MIO KT .1 A O E E T
widest I jileced sleeve*, fui< ripple
hack?re?ul*' value ItS.tlO?here 8G 75
88 UO for I.AIUE ?' LUMPY BoCCLE
smoky J At KHTs, eight -lyles of
weaves, all Tcry Jaunty?value $12.
hero .?S 00
8*.? MO for LAllIKV HEAVY HI.ACE
UQBVloT BOUCLE ?HORT
JAOKBT-, new storm b x fronts
?Silk lined, extra largo A pieced
slcevs, ripple baciB? regular val .e
$t3-hore. .St) 80
8 11.1MJ lor Liriiis' UKAV Y TI'KThl)
not ( l.K MioUl JACKETS,
J >iu Ii t v ?',?vrs. that ciniol bo
found uiuler $10? hi re.Sil t>0
Lndlrs' Fur Kelt Hats, all the "Nobby"
und "Swell" shapes.07c.
Ladies'Alpine Hals. 41c
Ladles' Ixindon Walking Mate, ready
trimmed, oii?ht lo seil at (1, for only 47o.
"Ulkt" Tarn < >'Sh?'ters," tho latest
"wheel" fad, sells elsewhere at $1,
for . OOe.
The regol?r25v Jet Aigrettes.l'-J,S?'.
Black Uoc<|ue Plumei. 10e.
Colored Mercury Wing!. lOo.
Black Parrot Tail Birds. 545c.
HUck or Colored t^uillf. Bo,
t-cot oh ?iaid Tam O'Phtntere, qnlil
trimmed?r>'U'uUr "Highlanders"... ~flc.
Bouc e TamO'Shaulers, hlde? O'Olored
?regular prlct j'l VT>. our price only 8!le.
Turk Caps, In Bed and Navy, at. ?5o.
A Velvet 't?m.
A lot of $1 and $1.'.'5 colored Silk Velvets
In all chad's (no blacks) now
Chenlift Dot and Fancy Mesh Veiling*,
donMowidth. Wore&Ccayar ,o?w "5c.
a lot 0 Sewti g Sil'i Veilings lc colors.
Were We a >ard t.ow. fic.
It matters not how f attidlon* your tasto may
be, we can suit you In a Plush Cane?our
slock rai ka (oremost among the 1'lush
Cape stocks f Roanoke?If you can't ho
suited Where you generally deal call on us,
we can suit 71111 In bij lo. quality am! prlco.
These are tue rccommen?atloue that aro
given hi l'mal? Koyal.
Flue Appll<|iiid l'lti?h Hippie Capes,
'Ih'OottilfC worth $tl.80 08
Kxtra Kin,- Plain Velour Capes, Tbl let
trimmed. Khadamc lined; a very
tli.o cup'- with an t xtra wide sweep.
worth #17,. 88 75
Newest Bouble Plush Capes, extra
long. One ?ngora trimming, extra
line Kuadamc lined, ihitt told tor
$:5 . . .811 50
Jet Embroidered Velnn? 1 on Die and
Rtoglo Cap's, mafe with tho ilii'st
cut Jet, extra full iw.o(s worth
$?1 ., .814 OO
Astrakhan Cloth ?apea, 5*4 Inches Ions,
collar and fro"t trimmed Wltl reai
Marten fur. Will worth J.O; our
special priue.81? AO
ft, CO Double Btaror Capes, velvet col?
lar .SU 48
$8 (o K tie Clrcnlar and al?o Doubl,
''apes,trimmed in r< ws of br-tii. 84 no
$10 110 .->\\ Satin lined Astrakhan Capet 85 08
?14 U 1 Mip-rlor I tonble Capes, due 1111
broi l-ry. lull sweon. now it .88 OO
f 1? 11 ah >?'ln iined Astrakhan <'ai>es
Thibet <? re,97andMlache?lo c 81000
j $20'U finest Bonnie Apuliqurd
I e'av's ex'r* full ?wetp, ut the Dar
path price. ;:c. .SIS 60
. 8t? wO 'or lire imp^rle1! ?oui;h
Bmele S'lk Aetrachan Cloth mil
turv ^t^ln. t"i> bt< Cane-found
nowhere io? tear. $30.1 U
IOI .Salt-Ill A\c our.