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title: 'The Roanoke times. (Roanoke, Va.) 1897-1977, November 13, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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THE NEW OSE.
The same shape as
the popular Nakodas,
but a little higher and
a good one for winter
We are just as much
up to date in neck?
wear. All we lack are
the ciits to show you.
D. M. TAYLOR,
ZEuttor and Furnisher.
113 Jefferson street.
DESOLATION IN CUBA.
Thousands Have Died on the Island From I
Starvation. ? I
Havana, Nov. 13.?It is no exnggera- j
tion to say that since the date ot the i-rst.
news of t he famine in September until
the present time, 1.10,000 persons have
died of hunger in Uuha. A correspondent
writing from Santo Domingo Santa
"fu a town like this of only 4,500 in?
habitant-;, it is horrible to think that no
fewer than nTty persons are dying every |
day. The cause of so many deaths is
fever and hunger, principally hunger.
Most of the dead remain unbnrled and
their bodies are thrown out in the open
country because there Is no place for
them in the cemetery.-'
"The spectacle o! misery and starvation
among the reconcentrados is beyond de?
scription,'' writes a Spanish correspond?
ent from Ssgttti, Santa Clara province.
Numerous cases of suicide of persons
who were threatened with starvation are
No fewer than 33,010 sick Spanish sol?
diers are now in the hospitals of *he is?
lands. To-day the mail steamer Isla de
Pany, which left Havana for Spain, car?
ried (58 oflicers and 500 sick soldiers.
CAST YOUR EYES over our
nd., not ;i casual glance, but
let your good judgment go with
your eyes. Yoii know what's
w hat. Vim can gel more for
your money here than else?
where, take it all around: now,
cant you? Wind arc you going
to do about it?
We mention just a few
values such as you may never
hear of again. They are gen?
At 81.25 a yard, a greal
bargain in fine Black Luxor,
22 inches. Von have never
seen so good for less than
At 59 cents, 5 pieces Black
"Gros de Paris" Silk, beauti?
ful designs in Satin over a gros
grain ground, new and hand
sonic, worth S.7A cents.
At 7? cents. 24-inch Black
Satin Duchess, heavy and line,
warranted pure silk, a good &1
At -. 87A cents, beautiful
Black Armure Royal. 24
inches wide, always worth $1
"At $1 a yard, line Black
Satin Duchess, '21 inches wide,
warranted all pure silk, usually
you have to pay $l.37A for
this quality and width.
At B2i cents. (,i pieces rich
Brocaded Taffeta Glace, all
pure, silk; you never gel this
sort for less than 75 cents.
At 42 cents, 10 pieces lovely
Habutai Silk, in the most pop?
ular of the plain colors?-this
the finest HI) cents silk.
G. .Tones Ligon and bride.ot Salem, are
in ilie city attending tlio (lower,show.
1). G. Striekler, of Luray is in the city.
James H. Moran, of St. Albans school,
Rad ford, was in the city yesterday.
R. L. Owen, ot Lexington, who has
beeu in the city u few days, left for his
\V. (). Hnr?away, formerly of this
city, but now of Pulaski, is in town.
Evangelist C B. Strouse, of Salem,
was in ihe ?ity yesterday.
A. L. Woody, agent of the Norfolk and
Western i ail way at Crewe, was in town
yesterday on business.
A. M. ilaines. of Columbus, O., was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Julia Pit/.er left yesterday ou an
e.\tended visit to friends in;Richmond.
B. Bishop and daughter, Mis* Allie, of
Floyd, are stopping at the St. James.
Miss Lena Robertson, of Bulfotd. is
visiting frleuds in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. S. Parsons, of
Ilolyoke, Mass., are in the city, stoppiug
at Hotel Roauoke.
Rev. J. C. Jones returned yesterday
from Eagle Rock.
A. D. Rice, manager of the Roauoke
Coal and Coke Company, left yesterday
for the coal fields.
Dr. J. N. Lewis returned yesterday
from a visit to friends a; Cloverdale.
Rev. F. A. Strother and C. B. Camper,
of Fincastle, were in town yesterday.
J. C. Nesbif, a prominent contractor of
Harrisburg, Pa., left yesterday ou the
noon train on a trip east.
Mrs. W. R. Reale, of Buchanan, is in
J. N. Luce, of New Orleans, who has j
been In the city for souie'time, left yes?
terday afternoon for the Sonth.
J. Henry Dickcrson, a well known liv?
eryman, returned to the city yesterday |
from Nelson county.
W. H. Carter, of Buchanan, was in
11. D Menefee, ot Rocky Mount, is in
the city stopping tit the Ponce de Leon.
You can't afford to let it pass:?grand
concert November 18.
DON'T MISS Davis' big flower sale to?
day at Jamison building.
Encourage home enterprise by using
HYGIENE PATENT FLOUR. The best
on the market. Manufactured by the
Roauoke Grocery and Milling Company,
Wholesale Grocers and Merchant Millers.
Examine the Virginia Carriage Facto?
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
409 Henry street.
New goods daily, a little of everything.
DR. CADY'S CONDITION POW?
DERS are just what a horse needs when
in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier
aud vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse In prime condition. Price 25cents 1
per package. For sale by 11. C. Barnes.
"He puts up prescriptions."
OLD PAPERS for sale at The Tunes
oflice. Good for putting under carpets. |
HOW ABOUT CLOAKS?
We have tlic biggest stock
and the biggest values. Our
Cloak Room is 25\100 feet,
largest'and best lighted Cloak
Department in Virginia.
Some Specials :
Twenty Misses' Navy Heaver
Cloth Jackets, 12&> 18 years,
only $3.50. *
Twenty-five laities' fine Black
Heaver Cloth Jackets, 32 to 44,
great big value at $6, really
Twenty Ladies' splendid
quality, all wool Black Cheviot
Jackets at sr, each.
Fifteen Ladies' fine quality
Black Beaver Jackets, very
handsomely made, only ?10.
Another big lot ''Seal Skin"
Plush Capes, very prettily
braided with Soutache and Jet,
and lined with the new and
stylish printed Foulard Lin?
ings, only $5.
A gem in the way of Black
Beaver Capes, beautifully and
stylishly trimmed, a good thing
Second lot pretty Black As?
trakhan Capes, with the now
lim pi re back, n good cape,
lieady made, just to keep
yon from sewing, costs no
more than the plain cloth,
great big sizes, full standard
9- 4'Bleached Sheets (2}x2j
yards), only -l.r>c each.
10- 4 Bleached Sheets (lHx
24 yards, only 50c each.
We will Engrave
Sn tho wood, o.
of your limbrali
TfSo /taue e.
this mariner, it
THE STONE PRINTING,
EDW. L. STONE, President,
FLOWER SHOW [ENDED.
This BrPltant Affair Now a Thine of tho
Despite a very winny and cold night
there was a large crowd at the Flower
Show last night. The ladies iu charge i>f
tins magnificent exhibition have reason
to be justly proud and may feel fully re?
paid for their labors in getting up so fine
a display of llowers.
The entire list of awards would take
up too much space to print, but the very
creditable display of plants shown by
amateurs deserves some particular men?
tion. Tho following ladies received llrst
prizes on .arious exhibits: Mrs. Cole
man, Mrs. Keller, Mrs. Dr. Kirk, Mrs.
Tbos. Lewis, Mrs. M. F. Bragg. Mrs.
Ceo. R Henderson,Anc Mrs. Dr. Walker,
of Vlnton. Mrs. Andy Davis received
honorable mention for her beautiful dis?
play of decorative and hloooming plants.
Master Willie Butler received $8.00 in
cash prizes and a $1.50 palm besides.
The professional llorists' exhibits are
beautiful and each florist will receive one
cf the handsome gold medals offered.
The rooms afforded a seeue of beauty sel?
dom offered and the combination of sweet,
music, fragrant flower" and beautiful
gir's was calculated to please the most
The musical part of the evruing was
very enjoyable and added uo little to the
The following is the programme ren?
dered last night:
"Flauuer's Own," medley, overture,
"Pleasant Memories," waltz.
' 'Bonnie' Scotland." 'overture. Cntlin.
"From Boston to Washington," march,
" Move Up, Johnson," medley, Schot
"Thousand anil One Nights Walt/.,"
"Catch On." galop, Beyer.
"Canton Warren," two-step, Far rar.
IMPORTANT TO CLOAK-BUYERS.
150 Capes in Plush and (Moth, at less
than manufacturers' prices. Guarantee
it saving of 50 per cent. At R.
SCHILLER'S, 12 Salem avenue.
Ovsters by the quart or gallon?best in
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. .1.
J. Catotmi's restaurant
less when it com
36x45 inch Pillow Cases,
only 10c each.
Bui we have all kinds for
Infants. Children, Misses,
Hoys and Men; altogether
Roanoke's greatest underwear
Ladies'all wool Union Suits,
a little cheaper than you are
accustomed to, only $1.75.
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests
and Pants, fine oft wool, the
natural means grtey, you know;
75 cents; the ?l ones you see
at other stores art; about the
Ladies' Scarlet Medicated
Vest* and pants, all wool, 75c.
In buying your Domestics
here, the prices are lower,
that's a fact ; the stock is larger,
ami that's a fact. Whal need
for more argument '
Case real good Canton Flan?
nel ; some folks are asking
about 7c for this sort ; we give
20 yards for a dollar, 5c yard.
Lancaster Mills Gingham,
worth now 6c, ourprice still 5c.
A real good yard-wide Sea
Island Unbleached Cotton at
The Lest Calicoes, Tartan
Reds, fndigo Blues and Fancies,
only 5 cents.
Fine yard-wide Sea Island
Cotton at 5c.
There's no rubbing it out,
we have the stock of Black
DressGoods for all the people.
?'thor in t/ia and or on tho sido,
'a Jffandte, for 25 cents,
ng raved lots of thorn.
? nanio is cut in the wood in
ivi/i not come off.
AND MFG. CO.
Here wo come
ngnin to tell you of
these nice shoes. We
want every lady to
'come nud inspect our
line of footwear.
and price before buy?
ing elsewhere. If
iroods are not satis?
factory money re?
M. G. RIELEY, 36 Salem Ave.
it. a. <ME?ifiF<:st. Manager.
WHAT MOXKV WILL IK).
Moj. Ginter's 'Executors Pay $0,12;
a Burial Plot.
Richmond, Nov. 12 ?The body 'of Ma?
jor Ginter will rest within a beautiful
mausoleum at the foot of a slope in grnutl
old Hollywood, where the noble .lames
is forever chanting it's requiem to the
dead as it winds its'iway to the father of
waters, that will cost upwards ot*$20,000.
A plot has'just been purchased for the
site of the memorial. It is .V. tho inter?
section of Riverside anil Waterview ave
nues, and contains 10,000 feet.
The amount paid by Mr. George
A rents, onti of the executors of Major
Ginler's will, with his check to Mr. Bar
gamin, the president of the Hollywood
Association, was $6,152.
The purchasers of the lot were anxious
to f ecu re a lot on the brow of the bill,
bub as the rules of the association for?
bade the erection of any structure in that
vicinity, on account of obstructing the
view of other parts of the cemetery, they
purchased tho one. on t*?e slope. It Is
understood that the mausoleum will bu
constructed of Virginia granite and while
marble, and be of a superb height. It
will bu built immediately.
Leave your orders for all Havots of ice
cream at Catogni's.
MOUNTAIN COAL will
Let us send you a ton.
J. II. WILKINSON & CO.
s you have the w
les to talking ab
well known to
Sec these values ami then
judge the rest.
At 65 cents, very fine all
wool Black Henrietta, 46 inch,
a quality that usually goes for
about 87A cents.
At $1 a yard, tine Silk Warp
Black Henrietta, 4(? inch; this
sort is always $1.25.
At 25 cents, 20 pieces Black
Serges and Henriettas, abso?
lutely all pure wool, 36 inches.
At 29 cents, beautiful Bro?
caded Black Dress Goods, in
very choice designs, full 36
inch; often you have paid 50c
for this sort.
At $1 per pair, Greatesl line
; ever shown in this section.
Trefousse & Go's "Cham
bery" Kid, in three clasp and 4
! Foster's celebrated ''Wil?
liam" brand, in 4-hook.
Celebrated "Puritan" brand,
Complete range of shades,
Reds, Greys, Browns, Modes
:-?;?"*Kxpert (Hove-Fitters to
put them on for you.
At $1.50 per pair, a magnifi?
cent line Trefousse & Co's
celebrated "Dorothy" Heal Kid
in Tans, Browns, Reds and
Foster's celebrated "Fowler"
Real Kid in Reds, Tans,
Browns and Black.
Maggioni Francisco Real
Kid, made in Milan, known
around the world; Browns,
Tans, Modes, Champaign and
Well, that matter is settled
temporarily. However, you
may lose your home any night
by lire. Have it insured with
RO. M. KENT, JR.,
Corner Jefferson and Salem Avenue,
If there is anything in the
insurance line that you want?
Fire, Life, Accident, Boiler
Explosion, Plate (ilass or Em?
ployers' Liability?WE HAV E
IT, AND THE VERY BEST
NSTCS & m
104 South Jefferson street,
THE BEAUTY OF IT.
A dress washed with "Crystal Spring"
wns shown us the other (lay?n delicate
fahre splashed with tiny (lowers. The
llowers looked as if grown afresh?forget
herewith to back
out our stock?i
In plain English it's "High
Novelties." The big line em?
braces all the recent creations
in Ruchings, Plaitings and
Pullings for neck and sleeves,
yokes and fronts.
Novelty Ruches for the
neck at 75c, $1, $1.25, $2.50,
$3.50 and $5 each.
The new Star RufiTings, by
the yard, for neck and sleeves,
50c and 75c per yard.
Mousseline de Soie Accor?
dion Plaited Rufflings, all
widths. 42c, 50c, 59c and ?1 a
Mousseline de Soie and Chif?
fon, 4S inches wide, only ?1.50
a yard; usual quality.
Widows' Ruchings, L9c and
?25 c a yard.
Mousseline deS?ie "Pulling"
for fronts and yokes, IS inches
wide, ?1 a yard.
Pulled and embroidered
Mousseline de Soie for yokes
and fronts; ?-i a yard.
A B?Ya BREECHES
Are of short duration, and
sometimes full of holes. You
get the ready-made ones; truth
is, they are only half made.
Buy the cloth and make 'ein
through and through, besides
10 pieces excellent Cassi
mere for men's and boys'
pants, half wool, half cotton,
but well worth 33c, only 25c.
10 pieces good all wool
Cassimere at 50c.
Tlio b?st jvir-tielit wood stove on the
American market?made from the best
material money can buy. Takes less
fuel and will keep lire longer than any
other stove. lias an outer jacket, ami
will not become tarnished and dull like
the ordinary stove. If you want the
best, don't buy until you have seen tho
"WONDER." We also carry tho best
assortment of Carpets and Furniture in
Over street & Thnrman.
Mill:. I.IPB. ACCIDENT.
W. L. Andrews ? Go.,
lOO 1-3 (nniphtdl avenue, w.
liooil Compunlcti. I'roniitl Settlements.
PI KB. 1,1 PK. ACC1UKNT.
W. S. McGlanahan & Co. -
No 7 Campbell Ave.,
INSURANCE^ . 7
Lawrence Si Davis,
No. 5 Campbell avenue a w.
prompt payment of losses.
It may be true that you are
just learning to do Embroidery,
bur why not learn on the
choicest pieces. We have only
the choicest designs ; the de?
signs alone are worth the cost
of the price, to say nothing of
the nice linen; 9-inch pieces,
5c; 12-inch, 10c; L5-inch, 17c;
L8-inch,20c; 20-inch, 25c; -24
Some lovely designs in 9
inch pieces at 4c ; 12-inch, 5c;
18-inch, 10c ; 24-inch, 12?c.
Behling Bros, justly cele?
brated Wash Embroidery
Silks, Fils, Twist, Rope,
Royal Floss, Dresden Floss,
Etching and "The New Silk,"
j 35c per dozen skeins.
Crochet and Knitting Silks,
on half ounce spools, all
shades, 5c, 19c and 30c per
a weary head,
Made so by long hours of
toil-or business cares, needs a
soft downy pillow to rest upon
during it's short repose. Our
pillows are filled with fine,
clean feathers, not trash.
Sanitary Odorless Feather
Pillo.vs, full 3 pounds, only
$3 per pair, $1.50 each.
Very fine Sanitary Odorless
Pillows, one-half real Eider?
down, only $4 per pair, usually
Ruchings for Babies' Caps,
19c and 25c a yard.