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Guts are being made in all
branches of business?
railroads, factories of all
kinds, in tad all Institutions
are cutting?so are we.
Make comparisons and see
what you can save. Re?
member quality has a good
deal to do with prices. We
give you good goods and
One case Wool Cashmere, includ?
ing black. 17c
One case All-Wool Novelties, lu- '1
eluding shepherd plaids. 22 l-2c
One . case AH-Wool Serge, nil
Ten pieces Fi'.k and Wool Nov?
elties, worth 50c.. 35c
Ten pieces All Wool Novelties,
40 inches wide. 40c
Twenty-five pieces 45-inch All
Wool Serge, 50c quality. 35c
Silts for Waists,
15 pieces Japanese Silks, dark
Twenty pieces Japanese Silks, 50c
Five pieces Foulard Silks, blue
and white. 35e
Fivo pieces Fancy Changeable
Taffetas, 75c quality . 60c
Twenty-five pieces Changeable
Taffetas, $1 quality. 75c
One ease Figured Lawu, fast
One case Figured Dimities. Cc
One case Figured Mulls. 7c
Twenty -flv? pieces Figured Or?
gandie?. 12 l-2e
Oue case Lappet Mull. 12 l-2c
Ten pieces White Organdie, ex?
tra wide. 10c
Five pieces White Organd<e, 272
inch wide . 25c
Five pieces White Organdie, 72
inch wide, a 45c quality.*'.)2 l-2c
Five pieces White Organdie, 72
inch wide, a 02 l-2c. quality. 50e
Fifty Black and White Silk Par?
Fifty Black and Cream Silk Para?
sols, wish ruffle. $1.25
Twenty-five Black and White Silk
Parasols, with three in files- $2.00
Twenty-five Cream Chiffon Para?
sols $3.00 and. $1.00
One Hundred Gloria Silk Pa.agon
Frame Steel Hod Umbrellas... . 89c
One Hundred Gloria Silk Umbrel?
las, steel lods, mourning han?
dles . $1.10
Two Hundred Dozen Ribbed
Vests, each. -ic
One Hundred Dozen Bleached Rib?
bed Vests, 12 1 2c quality. 8c
Fifty Dozen Bleached Ribbed
Vests, 15c quality. 1?C
Fifty Dozen-Bleached Vests, 18c
full and complete assortment
of Trimmed and Untiimmed
Hats, in Straw, Leghorn,
Panama, Tape and Fancy
Braids, in all the new and
nobby styles. Also a full
line of Flowers, Ribbons,
laces, Plaited Chiffons,
Straw Gimps, Steel, ;!Jet
and Pearl Buckles; in fact
everything pertaining to a
first-class milliner if depart?
ment can be found here.
26 Salem Ave.
Celebrated for Its prent leaveLlng strength and
heaUblalnrns. Acsares the tood apalnst alum
and all forms ot an nit* ration common to cheap
Royal Bakixo Pownsn Co.. New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Use INDIAN ROCK LIME. It is tho
best. J. H. WILKINSON.
Do you want to know how to keep cool?
Buy ono of our refrigerators, water cool?
ers or ice cream freezers und you will
never fret. '
OVERSTREET & TIIURMAN,
No. 20 Campbell avenue.
EASY ON POOR PEOPLE.
AND OUR SHOES are easy on tender
feet. Come to me when you want "hoes
and be satisfied with your purchase.
Goods bought from me are never the
cause of a kick. BACHRACH, Salem
avenue and Jefferson street; two stores.
If you wish to purchase a handsome
dinner, tea or toilet set, give us a call be?
fore placing your order. Tho E. H. Stew?
art Furniture Company.
A 0 yenr-o!d son of ex-Councilman J. J.
Sheehun was severely burned about the
shouidcr and face yesterday afternoon by
the accidental ignition of bis clothing.
Though painful his injuries are not
thought to be serious.
Diastatic Malt, 15c bottle, $1.50 dozen,
at VanLear Bros., druggists.
Receipt is hereby ackuowledgad of an
in-, it at. ion to attend the eleventh annual
convention ot the Virginia State Fire?
men's Assciation,which convenes at Win?
chester on July 9, lasting three days. The
programme for entertaining"visiting fire?
men is an extensive one, 'and includes a
series of races, fo?* which valuable cash
prizes are hung up for competition.
STICKS TO ONE THING.
The Palais Royal still has in stock a
full line ot everything beautiful in the
way of millinery. As this is "the only
store in towu devoted exclusively to one
thing the manager is enabled to oiler rare
bargains. Their line of hats and flowers
Circuit court was only in session a
short time yesterday morning. Hon. A.
P. Staples concluded his speech on the
matter of setting .tside the verdict of the
jury In the case of Trent vs. Virginia
Brewing Company and the court took the
matter under consideration.
AN UNSOPHISTICATED THIEF.
S. T. Strickland, a farmer of Floyd
county, who comes to Ronnoke regularly
with vegetables, was robbed, while asleep
in his wagon Saturday night,of his pock
etbook containing $20. Ho did not dis?
cover his loss until early Ku*;day morn?
ing, when he reported the robbery to the
police headquarters. Just before Strick?
land came into the station house ami re?
ported his loss, Nolan Richardson, a char?
acter who has figured prominently in po?
lice circles, was arrested and locked up on
a charge of not paying for a cab he had
hired and was being driven around towu,
and upon being searched he was found to
have a pocketbnok containing $10.4!).
As soon as Strickland saw the pockethook
that had been taken from Richardson he
recognized it as the one he had lost, but
as Richardson was too drunk to talk, ex?
planations had to he postponed. It ap?
pears that after stealing the money Rich?
ardson concluded ho would go out and
have a time. He first got gloriously
drunk, then hired a cab and drove around
town until about I! o'clock In the morn?
ing. At about that time cabby asked for
his pay and upon Richardson refusing
had-him locked up.
Diastatic Malt is what yon need. 15c
bottle; $1.50 dozen. VanLear Bros.
Cards ha-.-e been issued for a german to
be given at Hotel Roanoke on next. Tues?
day evening, May 18. The 'success that
attended the promoters in their lu.st effort
has encouraged them to get up another
one and from the preparations being
made by the young men it is safe to pro
dict that this one will be a more decided
success than the former.
All voters who intend voting at the city
election on May 27 will have to register
on or before May IT. On May IT the pol'
nooks for the different wards will be open
for cne day only.
PIANO AND SYMPHONY RECITALS
Every afternoon from 8 to 4 o'clock at
wnrerooms of Hobble Piano Co., Salem
avenue near Commerce.
Having been nominated by the Repub?
licans of the Fifth ward to represent that
ward in the City Council, I respectfully
solicit the support of the voters of the
ward at the election to be held Thursday,
May 27. W. R. MILLER.
"There are Other Pe!
-We have the Others,
-guaiantee to be pure, and tell
-blood tonic. We put the in
-papers. Price, 50c per bottle
Prescriptions Filled Only t
GONE TO WASniNTON.
Major J. H?ge Tyler passed through
the city yesterday enroute to Washing
tou, where he will spend a few days and
from there will go to Alexandria. He
says he is more confident every dny and
on every hand recol?-es assurances from
his friends of their determination that he
shall be the successful contestant before
TO THE GRAND LODGE.
Ohas. D. Fox and Lynoh Gardner left
on tbo noon train yesterday for Staunton,
where they have cone as representatives
from this lodge to attend the meeting of
the grand lodge I. O. O. F., which con?
venes in that city to day. They were
joined here by W. K. Lindsay, of Norton,
Va., who goes to represent the Norton
About 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon Roa?
noke was visited by a very severe rain
and thunder storm. It is reported that
considerable hail fell during the storm
and llghtninu is reported to have struck
at several places. A tree iu a yard be?
longing to Captaia Peck, on the corner of
Church avenue and Park street, ^was
struck: a house on Patterson oveDiie In
West End had the chimney blown off and
it is reported that the hotel on Mill
Mountain was struck by lightning but
no damage of importance was done.
COUNCIL MEETING TO-NIGHT.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Cltj Council will be held in the circuit
court room to-night commencing at 8
o'clock. There are no matters of special
importance to come before tUe body and
the various committees will recommend
that all business of importance which
comes up be held~over .until the new
members are elected.
ABLE TO BE OUT.
A. P. Bennois, the efficient night clerk
at the St. James, who has beeu confined
*o his room for the past week by sickness,
was able tt be at his post of duty .yester?
PLENTY OF WORK.
Work is reported tc be piling up in the
Roanoke Machiue Works, and although
the force of hands now employed'are not
working on full time, it Is a well known
fact that in order to do all the work on
hand now it will be necessary either to
increase tbo force now employed or work
them extra time. There are about thirty
ermines in the shops now being taken
dowc and fully that many more In the
yard to be repaired or overhauled. The
increased shipments of the company will
necessarily force them to repair these en?
gines and in order to do so they will be
forced to increase their force at the shops.
There Is a general feeling of security
among the employes now and it Is not
thought that any more reductions in any
of the departments of any consequence
will be made.
Maw Upright Piano
New Upright, tuil size 7? oc?
taves, fancy case, with duet music
desk, double or Boston fall board,
all modern improvements. A beau?
tiful piano, warranted five years.
$8 per month, no interest
HOBBIE PIANO CO.
THE POLICEMEN'S BICYCLE.
The police are making good use of the
bicycle recently given the department by
the City Council. Work with it began on
the 8th instant, and since then the out?
skirts of the city have been very well pa?
trolled. According to the cyclometer the
distance traversed *so far is about 150
miles, and several Important cases have
been unearthed, which but for its use
would not have been discovered. Officers
Talley and Nicholas are the two men who
do the most of the riding, although Po
I'cemen Rigney and Moss are counted as
fairly expert with the wheel. Chief Dyer
is much pleased with his acquisition, and
believes it will do very much for the effi?
ciency of the police department.
Of MIbs Kate Hull-Bumly, the Grand
Rapids, Mich., Democrat has tho follow?
ing to say:
"Her playing is full of 'life and accent,
which, coupled with a certain 'verve' and
fire make it charming to tho listener."
Si.e will appear at tho concert Friday
night, the 14th.
Y M. C. A. NOTES.
The Y. M. C. A. Cycle Club will take a
short run this evening leaving the associ?
ation building at 11:05 sharp and will hold
a business meeting and social meeting
immediately upon their return. Light
refreshments will be served. "Men," a
young man's paper, is tho association
Drgan and is packed full of good things.
There will be a special meeting of the
Woman's A axillary to monow afternoon
at 3 o'clock sharp. Secretary Menchitm i
will give a brief acsou.it of the interna?
tional convention at Mobile.
St. James?Among the number regis?
tered at the St. James yesterday were L.
E. Layman. Troutvllle; W. II. Yarbor
ough, North Carolina; Dr. R. L. Simpson,
Fincastle: J. M. White. Hubhard Springs:
S. (.'. Pry, Coehurn; S. It. .lessee. Big |
Stone Gap; Fi M. Foster, Mt. Meridian; j
W. M. Lindsay and sister, Norton; W.
M. Hodges, Marion: F. E. Kart, New
York: R. R. Carrie, West Virginia; F. L.
Merchant's -W. I. Boon, Berryvllle*
Dr. Wuergeiirer. New York: C. C. Gev- j
more, Detroit: G. L. llobhs, Chicago; A i
Totten and wife, Detroit; W. R. Weston- !
WANTED.?Rooms for light house?
keeping. Address "ROOMS," Times
J. & J.'S CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE.
Guaranteed to cure cholera, gaps, roup, !
and all poultry diseases. For sale by '
JOHNSON" k JOHNSON.
bliles on the Beach."
but we make a "Sarsaparilla" which we
you what it contains. It's an established
oney in the meuicine and not In the news
>y Uratlnntea In IMiariiiucy."
Cor. ?(.lein Ave aiU .feff. St.
RESERVED SEAT SALE FOR THE
CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT.
The reserved sale of tickets for the con?
cert Friday night will commence at John?
son & Johnson's this morning promptly
at 0 o'clock. The.ndvance sale has been
unusually Inrg* and those wishing good
seats should apply early in the day. The
following prices wl'l prevail:
Lower boxes, $5.
? Upper boxes, $4.50.
Parquet, two rows in parquet circle
ana two rows in balcony, 50 cents.
Balance of parquet circle and balance
of balcony 85 cents.
Upper balcony 25 cents.
APPOMATTOX LAST NIGHT.
The play Appomattox' as presented at
the Academy of Music last night by the
Roanoke Light Infautry was a decided
success. The play in itself is nothing out
of the ordinary war drama and some
.parts are not worked up to briug out the
sood acting that could have been done,
but it is a play that will take and a play
that can be bandied by amateurs accept?
ably. In the selection of the cast there
was a great deal of judgment exercised
and it was clearly seen that the selections
were made with more care than is cus?
tomary in such cases. Among those who
deserve special mention was Willoughby
Moss as Major Napoleon Smith, a game
legged veteran of the Semsuole war. He
sustained his part well and at critical
stiges clearly proved that he was equal
to the part. The leading parts by Messrs.
Gilmer and Beckley were well sustained
and could not have been improved upon.
The lrtd'es all did their parts well. The
most difficult was that of Mrs. Blanche
Rogan as Agues Livingston. She dis?
played wonderful . fnmUiarity with the
part she was acting and was thoroughly
capable of sustaining the part to perfec?
tion. Miss Bessie Crawford as Estelle
Perrow did her part well and could have
done a great deal better had the character
been worked up? The specialties were all
good and especially the drill of the'St.
Audrew's cadets and the singing and
dancing of little Miss Hart. It is not
known whether the gentleman had refer?
ence to the city editor or the tramp in his
insinuation regarding the Times staff of
writers, but neither is so easily deflected
from the paths of truth as not to be able
to distinguish good acting from a set of
nonsensical gyrations and incongruous
costumes and surroundings.
for Men and Boys!
You'll find tiik bright
new Tiirxus in Straws at
our store. All the sew
fancv stkaws and hands.
as well as the plain
ones. 25c of.
G1LKESON & TAYLOR.
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE at a
sacrifice; only slightly used. Call at 012
Commerce street s. w., city.
Let us teach you to ride a
Bicycle on our Bicycle self
instructor. Lessons free.
Bicycles from $85 up.
See our great .$50 wheel
with "G. S: J." tires.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Ave. S. W.
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE.
If you contemplate buying clothing at
all soon, you should, without delay, call
on R. SCHILLER and see what those
drummer's sample suits look like and
how good they are made tip: and the
most important, feature is how cheap
they are sold. 28 Salem avenue.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company
will go security on your bond, whether
clerk, bookkeeper, city or State officer,
guardian, executor, administrator?in
facu any kind of a bond wanted. See
their agents for rates. No delay in' get?
ting bonds. OHAS. LUNSFORD Sr.
SON, Agents. Fire Insurance a spec?
Special advantages offered both day and
night at the National Business College
to those wishing to pursue the course of
telegraphy. Call now and get terms and
WE WILL NOT make our prices pub?
lic, ^is it would Injure our agents all over
the r^outh, but we will close out our sam?
ple "Kimball"' pianos ut prices that will
cause those who have bought of others
"to weep." Come and get them, at
prices never heard of before, 208 Jefferson
street. C. .1 ELLISON.
AT A BARGAIN.one second hand one
hundred dollar bicycle in first class order,
23-inch frame. E. S. GREEN,
Manufacturing Jeweller, 0 Salem a /enue.
LARGE NICELY FURNISHED front
room with good hoard, private family,
<>n Church avenue s. w. References ex?
changed. A few table boarders can also
he accommodated. Address P.' >. Box 134,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from $200 to IfCOO
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on improved Roan?
oke city real estate w ill call and file ap?
plications with J. \V. BOSWELL, agent,
110 1-2 Jefferson Btreet
No. I 8 SALEM AVENUE.
Books, Stationery, Office Sup?
plies, Pictures, &c.
Will open for business WEDNBS
i DAY, MAY 12th; oo and alter
? which time we will be glad t>> have
t our friends and the public genet 5
c> ally call and see us. ?
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Sunday games?Louisville 4, St. Louis
?. Chicago 5, Cincinnati 2.
At Plttsbur??Fttteburg, 4 ruus, 0
hits, 1 error. Boston, 2 i uns, 12 hits, 8
errors. Batteries: '.Killen and Sugden;
Nichols and Borgen.
At Chicago? Chicago, 5'runs, 0 hits, 2
errors. Ciucinnati, 7 tuns, 9 hits, 0 er?
rors. Batteries: Briggs .and Anson;
Kinnes and Sehriver.
At Washington?Washington, 18 runs,
15 hits, 3 errors. 'Baltimore, 5 runs, 8
hits, 2 errors. Batteries: King and Mc
Guire; Nops and Robinson.
At Louisville?Louisville, 9 runs, 9
hits, 5 error's. New York, 5 runs, 9 hits,
II errors. Batteries: Hemming and Wil
sou; Seymour and Warner.
At St. Louis?St. Louis, 1 run, 8 hits,
3 errors. Philadelphia, 13 runs, 14 hits,
1 error. Batteries: Douohue and Mur?
phy; Orth and Boyle.
At Cleveland?Cleveland 2 runs, 8 hits,
8 errors. Brooklyn, 8 runs, 9 hits, 1 er?
ror. Batteries: Young and /.immer; Daub
At Princeton?Pr'nceton, 18; Universi?
ty of Virginia, 4.
WALKOVER FOR ROANOKE.
Salem, May 10.?(Special.)?Roanoke
deleated Randolph-Macou Acndemy here
to-day iu a well played game. The vis?
itors' only run was presented to them by
a wild throw. Weddiugton pitched a
fine game for Roanoke and Garrett did
the same for Randolph-Macon. The fea?
ture of the game was the fielding of the
Roanoke College boys, especially that of
Galb at secDnd.ivho pulled down two hits
with his left hand. Sims at second played
a fine game for the visitors.
Rnanoko plays Blacksburg here Friday
anil would like to get a return game with
Alleghauy. Allegheny lets her second
team play our second team. Why won't
her first team come too? The score:
Roanoke College, 8 runs, .12 hits, 5 er?
Randolph-Mscon, 1 run, 5 hits, ? er?
Summary?Batteries: Roanoke College,
Wtddlngton and Meade; Randolpb-Ma
con, Haden, Garret and Hawkins. Base
hits?Roanoke College, 12; Randolph-Ma
con, 5. Two-base bits. P. R. Meade 2,
Penlck, Anderson. Stolen bases?Gale,
P. R. Meade, Penlck; Anderson: Struck
out?By Weddingtou, 9; by Haden, 4; by
Garrett, 5. Double plays?Sims to For
rell to Sims; Booghor to P. P. Meade to
Logan. Time ol game?One hour and
fifty live minutes. Umpire?Mr. Yonce.
George A. Henry, bicycle instructor;
lesson half hour. Roanoke JMcycle Com?
PUT YOUR FEET
In a pair of my shoes and then you will
know what shoe comfort is. BACH
RACH, Salem avenue and Jefferson
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it falls
to cure. 25c. Eor sale by Johnson & John?
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets. |"4- 1 mil
using Armour's Chicago meats, which aro
the best. J. J. Catogiil's restaurant.
A PENNY THANK OFFERING.
That was a beautiful thought conceived
by a pastor in Germany. He had a home
tor sick adults ar.d children, and when he
wanted a new house for the little ones,
and there was no money to build or equip
it, he asked every parent in Germany tor
a thank offering to the Lord, of one penny
for each well ch'ld. Within a short tinae
four hundred thousand pennies flowed if.
The mere appeal itself had stimulated a
new sense of gratitude among all the par?
ents who responded, bo that there weie
many touching examples, such as: "Four
pennies for four living children, two for
a child in Heaven, six for a happy home,
five for a sweet wife, and eight for a good
husband." Was ever a house ouilt of
such royal material from turret to foun?
dation stone? Are theienot enouah grate?
ful hearts in Virginia to 'help complete
the Virginia Home ior Incurables in this
way? The foundation wall on the corner
of Mulberry and Broad streets, in Rich?
mond, Va.. is a 'silent but eloquent ap?
peal. Will not every parent in Virginia
who has one or more healthy children
send this penny thank offering to the
president. Not sectarian. Ady incurn
ble white person can find a sweet homo in
this institution from any place in Vir?
ginia. Mrs Chambers, of Lynchburg, is
the treasurer in thnt city. Miss Mary T.
Greenhow. -HO N. lOtn Street, Richmond,
Ya.. or the treasurer, Mrs. W. H. Tyler,
P. O. Box 0114, Richmond, Va.
NOONDAY PRAYER MEETING.
There were thirteen present yesterday
and the meeting was led by Capt. Phil.
Locket from the lattef part ot the eighth
chapter ot St. Mark. Several new faces
were among those that made np that
number, among whom was Clarence
Strouse, the young evangelist,who gave a
talk on "Whosoever will save his life
shall lose it." He spoke with his usual
enthusiasm and his words were tempered
with love. By requests from n minister
present he also gave the word for tho
"second blessing." There were also talks
from others. The meeting to day will be
led by Rev. Wm. Hedges from the ninth
chapter cf St. Mark.
Were nrvkr so favorable to
clothing uuyees as right now.
We ahk)kkacy for your spring
nUYlNtl with unprecedented
attractions all along the
for style and kit
for the quality and wear,
For the lowest price,
Look through our stock and
you will find no disappoint?
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
IT'S A GOOD THING.
What is it? R. SCHILLER'S drum?
mer's sample ?ufts and pants sale. No
-'witter in wha. station of life you are,
these drummer's sample suits are plenty
good and cheap enough. 28 Salem ave?
Bread, Rolls.Clnnamou Buns,hot every
evening. J. J, Cntogni.
101 SALEM AVENUE.
TIKR, UIClIEIt, KIN KU, AXI? AT HAWWHAT' OTIlKBS CHAUOK.
VERY PLEASING STYLES.
c?0 qq Is the extremely popular
?J>OiOO price at which you'll liuil
the New Panamas ((lower and luce
trimmed), the Rough and Plain
Straws and Fancy-made Hats, nil
stylishly trimmed to equal the $10
hats at other stores
Bonnets for middle-aged Indies.
Children's Hats, trimmed
beautifully, in nil styles, gg
'l ''' $2.25 and $3.
Specials in Untrimmed Hats.
We offer 500 ladies' and
children's Straw Hats, in
black and colors-?regular 35c .q
kind, at. I JC
Short Back Sailors, in the
larest shades of heliotrope,
green and red, usually 89c
and $1.89. Special ? q
prica tills week . 4-uG
Fine Milan and Fancy Straw
Walking Hats in all the nQ
English effects, at. b?C
75 dozen Women's; Misses'
and CbPdreu's imported
Leghorn Flats, an extra .?
good quality; worth 68c, at 4?C
We Trim Hat - Free of Charge if You
Buy Your Matena! of ITs.
75 dozen Imported Roses In
natural effects nhd choice
colors, full, large clusters,
worth 'J'.'c. Bunch.
100 dozen select quality of
natural effects in bluet, in
full clusters. Bunch.
Ten dozen Crushed Roses, In
all the lending ci lors, per
50 dozen Chrysanthemums In
beautiful shades, large.full
dusters and natural effect,
worth 30c. Bunch.
Full blown Hoses, with two
buds, foli.ige and rubber
steins, will go per hunch at
1 Six large Daisies and six
i Daisy Buds, with foliage
and rubber stems, this
1 week per hunch.
' Six branches Lilacs, with
( foliage; per bunch.
Six sprigs of l.illies ul the
? Valley lor.
: Cluster of Hoses, in all this
season's latest shade- Spe*
? clai price this week.i.
Ten boxes of fine Forget-Mo
Nots, in pink and blue,
i regular 50c bunches.
Children's Hats.Bonnets,Caps ,
Children1 Bonnets and Hats; <
everything that Is pretty and de- .
siralde will be found in this de?
Children's Fine White (
Lawn Caps with embroi.l- I
ered capes and ribbon
trimmings, no better sold qq
at 75c, only. OuC
Children's Poke Bonnets, all
over embroidered, and
nicely made. Made to sell
at $1.25; our price this ,?
Children's Summer Caps,
patterns, made to sell at
411c. now. Z0C
Lawn Caps, with embroider?
ed capes and ribbon trim- ?jq
mings. worth 50c, at. 0 jC
FillC Corded or Embroidered ?r
Caps, worth O'Jc, at. ZDC
Silk Pokes, lace edi
Silk and Lawn Hats, at.
Children's long anil
short White Cash?
mere and ^ilkftn , a*?
Coats, Horn.3oC 10
IN ALL SIZES.
Extraordinary Ribbon Sale.
A special line of the finest
striped Taffetas, (Jaiu.es.
etc, Regular prtce of nr
which is 38c to 50c, at.... /DC
Exquisite Fancy Ribbons,
this season's latest pat?
terns, finest silk, newest
designs. Regular 25c t<>
38c goods, marked .. .. |jjG
A large collection of exqui?
site TaiVetta ribbons,
changeable and plain
efTects, (i inches wide, at ZOC
5 inch wide Pure Silk Moire 4_
TnffetA Ribbons, nil the
new spring colors, real val?
ue 45c. This weeks's spe
clnl price. zbC
Due lot Double Face Black
and White Ribbon, former- no
ly 25c and 35c, at. ZUG
One lot Fine Changeable Taf?
feta Ribbon, -I Inches wide,
ill Spring shades, formerly nn
50c, at. ZUC
One lot Moire TalTeta Ribbon,
broken assortment of col- nn,
Ors,4-inch, formerly 35c. at ZUG
500 yards Black Silk Belting. ?
tegular price 256, at. fjC
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