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We have something
o say about Jackets
hat ought to be of in
erest to every house
old. In the first place,
e have determined
ot to have a single
arment of this kind
eft on our hands. We
mly Fifty Left!
ind our former prices
?anged from $4.50 to
n SOLL OFFER
lur $4.50 Jackets at .. S2.25
lur 7.00 Jackets at . . 3.50
lur 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25
lur I0.CQ Jackets at . . 5.00
lur 12.00 Jackets at . . 6.00
lur 13.50 Jackets at . . 6.75
lur 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50
lur 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75
ik On Dowfl the Nhl
0.00 Plush Capes at .$7.50
I2.QQ Plush Capes at . 8.50
15.00 Plush Capes at . 10.0
22.50 Plush Capes at . 15.00
12.00 Astrakhan Fur
Capes .... 8.00
15.00 Astrakhan Fur
Capes . . . 10.00
12.00 Baltic Seal Capes 8.00
18.00 Baltic Seal Capes 13.00
25.00 Baltic Seal Capes 15.00
"wo Fur Collarettes, only $4
Look out for our big
;ut in Millinery. In
"act all Millinery Goods
:o just at half price.
?ur $10 hats we will
;ell at $5, Etc., and so
Celebrated for lit Kreut lPavri.irJK Htronp th and
hoaltbfalnrtft. Arsnros the tood ?ealnet alum
and all forma ot an alteration common to cheap
KoYAi. Dakiku Powdir Co.. New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
KEEP POSTKD?Reliable Thermome?
ters. Massie's Pharmacy.
GUARANTEED HOT WATER BOT?
TLES, all sizes. Massie's Pharmacy.
CURST PROTECTORS, BO cent?
ward. Massie's Pharmacy.
FOP THAT COUGH.?Scott's Cough
Syrup, at Massie's Pharmacy.
Huyh.r's Delicious Hot Cocoa, with
whipped cream ONLY at Massie's Phar?
GIVE CS YOUR ORDER FOR COAL.
This is not an invitation, "walk into my
parlor,'' but one to save you money.
You don't have to pay the old regulation
prices for coal now unless you want to.
See! We are not in the ring. .1. 11.
WILKINSON .\c CO.. 102 Third streets,
w. 'Phone 210.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks are
best for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal at $3 75 per
ton. Fourd Coal Company, 20 1-2 Salem
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR.
Van Lear's "Cold ('apsides" euren his
They will cuie yours. 25 cents
In the police court yesterday, Jim Da?
vis, colored, was fined $5 for .being drunk
and disorderly. Lena Woodson and Rosa
Wagoner, colored, were also fined ?5 each
for loitering on the stieet.
Hustings court was in session a short
time yesterday morning but after issuing
decrees in some small chancery cases, the
court adjourned till to-day at Id a. in.
WILL CO TO SOUTH CAROLINA,
i W, 1,. Kcister, who was married to
Miss Lula llaller, on'Dale avenue s. e.,
Tuesday night, by Rev. W. D. Keene,
will leave to-day with his bride for
Orangeburg, S. C, where he has accepted
the position of foreman with a laundry
MR. MARSHALL'S CONDITION.
The frieuds of .1. 1''. Marshall, of this
city, will be glad to hear that the surgi?
cal operation which Ii?; underwent a few
days ago at the hands of Di. Geortre Hen
Johnson nt the Old Dominion Hospital,
at. Richmond, was eminently successful
in every respect, and the patient is now
A MEETING CA LI.HI).
A citizen of the Third ward writes as
follow-: In regard to tho matter of aid?
ing the unfortunate ol our city, we would
Hiiggest that each ward call a public
meeting to devise some means of ascer?
taining the names ami residences of all
FUi'h and form themselves into an organ
izatlm for aiding them. There will be it
meeting for this purpose in the basement I
of Grace M. F. Church in the Third ward
on Saturday night at 7:80 o'clock.
Wild. GO TO NEWPORT NEWS.
K. B. Sunburn, of the Rudford steam
laundry, has sold his interest in that es?
tablishment and will go to Newport News
to engage in the same business there.
TAKEN TO BEDFORD CITY.
Detective W. (}. Baldwin left early yes?
terday morning for Bedford City with
Sam Hobson, the negro charged with
burning the Thaxtoil residence. He was
accompanied by C. H. Moomaw, of this
city, who was to assist in the prosecution
at the preliminary trial yesterday.
Ask for Frank Teller's "Chicos" 5-cent
cigar at Van Lear Bros.
A PARTING DANCE
Tuesday eveniug was a scene ol a ideas
ant social event, it being the third and
last of a series ol .dances given by our
popular townsman of tho West End, F.
B. Sauborn, and his charming wife. De?
von's Orchestra enlivened the occasion
for the forty-odd people who tripped the
light fantastic. The many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Sauborn learn with deep
regret of their intended departure from
this healthy, mountainous town to the
Atlantic coast. Mr. Sanboin has sold
his ?'laundry" business here, to enter
into o:ie at Newport News. The family
will reside in Hampton Roads.
REPAIR SHOPS AT KENOVA.
It is now stated on good authority that
the Norfolk and Western railroad will
begin the erection of machine and repair
shops at Kenova, six miles west, as soon
as spring opens. hide tracks are now
being laid from the main line to the pro?
posed new site and the citizens of Kenova
are jubilant over t he prospect of'a bcom
in that. town.
FOR SALE.?Black Minorca fouls. A
bargain to reduce stock. It. B. ADAMS,
513 Seventh avenue s. w.
Ww carry a terv c
HrusheB, Combs, Hru
Have you tried mil
THE BIG SNOWSTORM.
Roauoke was visited by the deepest
snowfall of the winter yesterday; ami as
it warmer than for several days past,
there was not as much discomfort to these
exposed to the weather as there might
otherwise haw been. The saow began to
fall about '? o'clock and by daylight it
was an inch or tnoro in depth. It eon
tinned to fall with Increasing rapidity
until about :! o'clock when at intervals it
almost ceased entirely. Those fortunate
enough to have sleighs enjoyed them?
selves considerably in the afternoon and
evening, the tinkling of bells being an
enlivening feature of city life at that
time. Coasting was also indulged in
largely by the youug people, who had a
flue time sliding down the many hillsides
about the city. By night the snow was
over four inches deep and with Increasing
coldness of the weather it hade fair to re?
main in,this vicinity several days. The
farmers in this vicinity have been wishing
for snow since the cold and freezing
weather set in on Sunday, and the ground
being frozen to the depth of several inches
it is ndt likely to leave very soon unless
a warm spell followed Jby a heavy rain
should set in. No material obstruction
to travel by the electric cars was experi?
enced yesterday and there was no delay
in the arrirat or departure of Norfolk and
Western railroad trains on this account.
As noted elsewhere the snow is adding to
the sufferings of the poor many, of whom
are in need of find and provisions.
KNIGHTS OK THE MYSTIC CHAIN.
Rev. Ira W. Kimmel, pastor of the
Fourth Avenue Christian Church, will
preach a sermon at that place of worship
next Sunday eveningnt7:30o'clock to the
members of the'two castles of the Knights
of the Mystic Chain.
A FAMILY IN DISTRESS.
There is good opportunity for chari?
table work tit 310 Commonwealth avenue
n. r. A family, consisting of Mrs.
Frantz, a widow, her sister ami brother
and three little children are in absolute
want. The three adults of the family are
sick in bed, and the house lacks every
necessity. This information was brought
to The Times office last night by .T. J.
Feather, with a request tor publication.
The casts appears to be one worthy of
THE GEISHA ?
A Nkw Spring DKitni*
WITH FLAT KIM AM' !:ol"Nl>
AN If- TO-RATH, SM A irr
I.OOKINC HAT. KNOWS IN
G1LKESON iV TAYLOR.
In the circuit court In the case of V.
F. Baker vs. M. L. Fellows, for the pay?
ment of assessment* on the stock of the
CentrnljLand Company,of Buchanan, jury
rendered a verdict, for the plaintiff of
?17.>, with interest from October 1, 1802.
Defendant's attorney, lt. E. Scott, moved
that the verdict be set aside, butowiug to
the unavoidable absence of R. K Hicks,
attorney for defendant, armunout on the
motion was postponed. Nothing elso of
public importance was before the court
DEATH OF CHARLES RUSH.
Information has been received here of
the death of Charles C. Rush, nt Wash
ington, Vn. Deceased was a brother of
Robert L. Rush, of Giltner avenue n. w.,
and wns employed at the Koanoke Ma?
BURIAL OF ENGINEER DAVIS.
The funeral of Samuel 11. Davis, the
engineer of the Norfolk and Western rail?
way who died in Lyiicllbtirg, took place
yesterday moroimr, according to an
nouncement, at the railroad V. M. ('. A.
building In the West End, and was con?
ducted by Rev. H. 1. Stephens, pastor of
St. .lames M. E. Church, of which de?
ceased was a memlter, after which the re?
mains were interred ,in l-'alrvicw Ceme?
tery. The attendance was large and
among those present were the Brother?
hood of Locomotive Engineers and the
Ladies'Auxiliary of that organization,
both of which associations attended in a
body. The pall-hearers were: A. F. Ban
ton, W. A. Steel, .1. M, Woody, Charles
Swain and F. M. Rinford.
Tuesday evenine Miss Ruth Dyer en?
tertained a number of her friends at her
hospitable home, 512 Holiday street s. e.
Among those present were: Misses Nan?
nie, Lucy and Lula Dyer, Jennie MInter,
Daisy and Minnie Pollard, Capitola John?
son, Laura and Sadie Ferguson, Sallie
and Laura Camden, Laura Minnix, Mary
Omchundro, Lizzie Maccabec, Rettie and
Annie Dyer and Mrs. .Martin. Messrs.
Giles, Muse, Omohundro, Webb, Lowry
Albert. Coleman, Rainey, Dyer, James,
Persinger, Martin, Ollie Moomaw, Min?
ter, Conner, Johnson, Wehster, Daniel,
White. Dyer, and others. All spent a
most delightful evening and bid their
charming friend ? adieu" at a late hour.
THE VERY FLOWER OF THE PIANO
There is no question that t he distin?
guished firm of Rehr Bros, have estab?
lished in the most thorough and satisfac?
tory manner their right to be considered
as of the very flower of the piano manu?
facturing industry, both in',point of in?
ventive genius ami in point of general
excellence of the construction of their in?
struments.?-Music Trade Review.
WILL GO TO CHURCH.
Roanoke and Virglnln Castles, Nos. I
and 2, A. O. K. of M. ('.. will attend the
Christian Church in a body next Sunday
night. A sermon will be preached by the
pastor, Rev. Ira W. Klmniel, who is a
member of Virginia castle, No. All
members are requested to meet at their
hall at t>:\~> p. m.
Home-made tally, all kinds, l'? cents
per pound at J. .1. Catognl's.
We treat them just bh
nice, it not better, than
i.rown folks. . . .
impleta hue of Soaps, Perfumes, Tooth
?2">c Tooth lliush we guarantee?
ic?l Only by <; I .nt nates in Pharmacy."
.-LJ-W-L!?>., Ct r. a?lcm Avo MitJeff. Bt.
AT THE COURT HOUSE.
The only business other than the dally |
routine work transacted about the court- |
house yesterday was the entering of a lew
dee-ees by the judge of the hustioKS
court and the granting of a marriaue li
ceusc to a colored couple by Deputy Clerk
REMOVED TO ORKRXSHOROUGH.
W W. Workman and family have re?
moved to Greensborough, X. C., where
they will reside in the future. Mr. Work?
man Is well known throughout this sec?
tion and his many friends here regret his
departure. He has been engaged iu bus?
iness In th's city lor a number of years
and is well known over the country as an
Y. M. C.A.
The programme for'tke entert? intnent
under the auspices of the Woman's Aux?
iliary <n association hall Friday night will
be as follows: Selection by Alleghany
Institute Mandolin and Guitar Club.
Vocal solo. Miss Lila Heckley. Reading,
Miss Jennings. Solo, Mr. Lanier Gray.
Piano solo,Mrs. Ella Gottschalk Seeligson.
Reading, "The Ruggle's Dinner Party,"
Miss Neille C. Dickinson. Vocal solo,
.Mrs C. A. Mcllugh. Mandolin and Gui?
tar Club. Solo, Mr. Lanier Gray.
A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO. FANCY
CASK, PULL SIZE, $175.
One fine upright piano, fu'l size, fancy
cast-, warranted live years, for $175 on
our new plan of easy payments, without
interest, which are the fairest and safest
of any terms offered. Robbie Piano Co.
JACK, THE NEWSDEALER, leads
but never follows. Phonograph music
give/i free to every purchaser. Look out
for the Saturday Pink with continued
story, "A Case in Equity." It will be
issued from .lack's news depot. First
number Saturday. Don't fortret the pho?
nograph, its free. So is the Pink, lio
dey's, Cosmopolitan, L' Art de la Mode,
and so on now In. Muusey's expected
Twenty assorted songs given with every
IDc purchase at Hopcroft's, No. 7 Jeffer?
son street, and Comer Commerce and Sa?
lem avenue. Keeps the largest and latest
assortment of periodicals.
tfe y v*
* EARMAN & FLIPPO, '
COAL AND WOCD.
When in need of anything in the feed line
and vour orders will receive prompt at?
tention. RASTER FEED CO.
Take your watch to Hiburger. He will
treat yon right.
Is the right number to ring up wheu
vim want, information oil building ma?
terial of any kill?'. Catogni Bros, will
be glad to furnish anything pertaining
to tills line from the foundation of
house to the completion, at bottom
prices. You will liud their office at 110
Campbell street e.
IF YOL' BUY
Your stove from Engleby &- Bro. Co. !
you are sure of getting repair* for them.
Everybody can't say that.
California Witts, Washington Naval
Granges, sweet and juicy, at Catogni's
We need the MONKY. Ton need the
STOVES. ENGLEBY & PRO. CO.
Oysters by the pint, ipiarl or gallon at
.1. .1. Catogni's.
The best ANTHRACITE, EGG STOVE
AND NUT coal for sale by W. K. AN?
DREWS & CO.,210 Salem avenue. Look
out for the belled teams.
F\T to going bare?
foot lor solid com
fori coinc- on r
Youths' and Chil?
dren's Shoes. P.llilt
for to-day's require?
ment -. Much value
for little money.
ROANOKE SHOK CO.
The largesi retail grocer in town says:
"We have never sohl a soap that has
given as universal satisfaction as the
?Crystal Spring Soap.' It is made right
here in Rounoke. and you should u.-e it.''
W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 210 Salem
avenue, have exclusive control of the cel?
ebrated semi-bituminous RED ASH
COAL, the finest grate coal on the mar
ket. Their teams have bells.
First, class restauraut with all furnish?
ings for sale or lent. Apply at 10V Salem
avenue s. w.
Fried Oyster.-, Stewed Oysters, Broiled
Oysters on [toast, at Catogni's Restau?
COME AND SEE.
Eugleby & Pro. Co. are going to close
out all of their heating stoves before Jail
uarv l. Better come and see.
YOU WANT SOME?
COME TO US.
PITMAN & EVANS, !
'Phone 152. %
206 Commerce Street.
TBE REMNANT OF REMNANTS
Will Be on Sale Balance of the Week-Until
All Are Closed. Some Big Bargains
Are Still Here,
Here is a List of the Reduced Articles:
Gents' f-eckwear H.&S. Corsets
Pr ces on the abov*, about one
third to one half of ormer
BIG LOT OF
HERE'S A LIST OF THE
CIES TO BE HAD:
Remnants of Silks.
Remnants of Flannels.
Remnants of Ca'icoes.
Remnants of Girghams.
Remnants of * hite Goods
Remnants of Dress Goods.
Remnants of Fmbroideries.
Remnants of Outing Cloths.
Remnants of Dress linings.
Remnants of Curtain Goods.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Wednesday, January Ilk
Over 250 Dozen Gentlemen's
Collars, embracing all the lead?
ing styles of standing and lay
down collars. Made to sell at
15c to 20c each.
We have bought a big lot of
them and will offer the ?hole
! business on Wednesday, Jan?
uary 27th, at
or 55c the dozen.
Be on hand at this great one
third price sale of Gentlemen's
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH.
101 SALEM AVENUE.
ol our January Bargain Kalos. Special bargains
in all ''epr.rlmenta. We Mart tlio closing wctk
of January with bii; and btriking bargains. All
llio special sales that have proven so successful ibis month will bo
coulinuetl for this week and numerous new/bare?ins me ollereJ.
Clearing Wonders in
A price sacrifice of Hate seen as the I
mi raory ot Koanoke's oldest bargain j
seeker* have never seen rn oiaal or pre?
cedent to- -entire stock of all ilio Mat* In
our house?divided luto two absolutely
miraculous undercost price lots:
LOT 1?All tlile season's* Ladles" Hats,
comprising almost every shape und almost
every coloring ma?u-kiuu? that sold up
lo 75c, choice. Be
1.UT l! -AH our Ladles' Huts ot thin
season's shapes and stylen that sold from
$1 to $?, choice.15c
All remaining stock ot Fancy Feathers
and WInj;*?c(Tared this weefc;cholre 5c
All remaining stock of Ostrich Colored
Tips -offered tola week, for choice... lUc
Ahout 50 I.ADIKS' TKIMMBD BATH,
representing the prettiest, moat stylish
and swellest creations, in the newest,
efeapes and colors- that sold from Jim to
$5?yonr pick of any for only. fl.tttl
$7 Hats for $1.98.
All onr UlliU COST LAOIKS' l HIMM
KU HATs. superb and richly trimmed
pattern styles, comprising a collection ot
over twenty, and ranging iu urice from $a
to $7?clearing sale price for choice... f I 11
Silk Black Satin Ribbon.
silk ?lack Satin and tirosOraln Kliihon:
1 Inch ?lde.fic. :l iuches wide, 16c.
l.S " Sc. :LS ?? 18c
?j " lue. 4 ?? 90c.
IX " 12c. tH " 22e.
Silk Black Double-faced Satin Itibbon,
nearly a,(;ki j?nls, at these price?
CLOAKS AND CAPES.
( Li IA .sS
conic 10 an end.
and these reduc
Hons are the last
thai will be iuudo
iu our cloak stock
?ami it'a nouse to
wait for uiiv fur
The jiricea nauiett
are |uat a- out one
half what the goods
have mid for?all
l his season'-, styles
and when the
p><t*rnt. a Io c k la
gone there'll be no
more Cloak a ot
lerod this season.
Lalance of f t and $5 .(nctiets at.. .. *l.'.- ?>
llalance of 5? at d $7 Jackets at. *-'1.6U
balance or $7 and S* -lacketa ?t. ?3.98
llalance of and $10 Jackets at.... f4.U)
Ha! mi. ? o ot j ai and flJ Jackets at... i4 25
Plush and Cloth Capes.
Halunceof fa and $10 Plush Cipcs.. ?4 M
llalanoe of t Oaud $12 Plush Capes, ? SKI
t'.alaucc or fiJ and *i:> flush ('apes, f 6 as
llalance of $16 and $-.'() )>laah Capea, us
balance ot $12.60 Astrakhan Capes., f 4 as
all J."> und fC Misses." Jacket* at . . $1.09
l.S In. wid
1 r id nt
In. wide 25c.
1M> pieces pure hllk
I jiiTeta i:ib?>ons. >o 40, nil
olor? and hlnck, usually -6c Kibhons. thlt.
AT Tic \ !olet liouquet?. with foliage,
Large huirhfs of Violets with leave
cHe.vnere ?c; here 15c.
SPECIAL LOT ot handsome Violets,
large bundie* with le.ntr-, regular BOc
Large bunches of Imported Violett with
le.vea. regular price 26c, this week.... 15c.
Violet- three dozen In hunch at... 25c.
Fine Velvet Violets, lure-.' dozen In a
Bilk Violet Hou^uets with fo.l?ge at 26c.
All U ool Jersey Ulnvf? iti i 7erv si tf,
th* nu?Utv we sold all season at 25c; for
19 H c iialf ?
1. utir-' a-id Children's AIMfool Uttteni
a fine nCat-IO?klDg nil liltv. for.ltic.
Extra Offerings in Veilings.
A gnat purchase gom on riile this week
of :!0i) pieces of all too latest and prettiest
sorts in c...pert cd Novelty Veilluys, coui
urUlDg ct., nil to Toxtdo, Plah Net, Calls
I'orJeis -per yard from lftc upward.
lilacs K!-:i Not Veiling In a number of
new and rich de?i.-:ns Tbcae Veilings
until now wero sold fur 25 cents. There
will be great selling hen- this week, for
the price is, per yard.15c
l-'lne Chenile C ose-Spotted Vel'irg In
all colors and black, thn regular 28c
, i u a I IT, W til be Mill hricthls week tor,per
If It Is a better i|UalltV of Chenile Veiling
vim uie looking tor, wo arc able* to please
a lull lino of Mourning Pace Veilings,
with, rape border, at a great rcductiou
Tue balance ot 0'ir Children's Colored
Coats, sixes -. S and I y,-ar-, that have
sold at t-i to fi. 60, go tins wcci: at $i tO
tor your ct oice.
Ttaeie are very hnndsouc.
White Long and Short Infant's Coa's
at fl 25 ft.15. *i.rv>, Jl.fO; reduced from
J1 ?.'-> f 4.KT?, f.S 25 and $ I :n
AB Sn PALAIS ROYAL101 Sal,m