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Is the Store
Visiting and inspecting where
they may, they purchase
where the liest return for
money is obtained.
Visitors here, recognizing val?
ue, BUY! Values first
and always. Showr, sec?
A great variety of extra values this
Alaska Seal IMu<Oi Capes, Klondike
collar, trimmed in Thibet fur, full length
and sweep, $4 each. One dozen only.
Genuine Seal Plush Capes, full sweep,
extra length, trimmed with Thibet fur.
lined with etiangeaut silk, $i).
Several styles of Ladies' Rich Seal
Plush Capes, elaborately embroidered,
fur trimmed rhadame, lined $8.
Electric Seal Plush Capes, lined with
Figured Moireen, full sweep and length,
trimme?' with Thibet fur, $0.50.
Alaska Coney Fur Capes, Klondike
collar, lined throughout, full length, ex?
tra width. $0.00.
Black Clot h Capes, heavily braided and
trimmed with Coney fur, slashed collar,
bound seam, $-1.
FOUR REPRESENTATIVE VALUES.
Aa.t8.7rj Black All-Wool Boucle Jack?
et, new cut front and sleeves, ^velvet
Black and Blue Mixed All Wool Eng?
lish Kersey Jackets, best silk velvet, in?
laid collar, lined with rich satin rha?
Tan Covert Cloth Jackets, fly front,
velvet bound and trimmed collar, cuffs,
pockets, and front, changeable silk lined.
Black Melton Jackets, double-breasted
rolling collar, handsomely stitched, new
French Fur Collarettes.
FOUR UNAPPROAOHED VALUES'.
Electric Seal Collarettes, with tail at?
Coney Fur Collarettes, six tails, $3. \
Mink Fur Collarettes, six tails,
Skunk Fur Collarettes, six tails, $5.
BARGAINS ARE MADE.
They are made, by power of great r. ur
chasei' for cash; by selling desirable,
w ill-liougbt goods at small prollt, by de?
termination to quickly turn merchandise
into money; hv selling goods before
chance of Fashion depreciates value.
Some may think that old goods re?
duced to lower prices are bargains.
* NOT BO. Old goods are dear at any
HERE ARE NEW GOODS BELOW
Such Are Bargains.
' 31 inch All-Wool Fancy Mixed Chev?
iots and Checks, 25c a yard.
40 inch Fancy Brocaded Noveautes,
\ two-toned, 25e a yard.
Black. Plain and Figured Mohairs and
Sicilians, 25c a yard.
All Wool Solid Black and Colored
Flannels for suiting. 25o a yard.
38 inch lllack Figured Serges and Nov?
elties. 45c a yard.
* 38 inch All Wool Black Casimir Serges,
35c a yard.
40 inch Black Figured Moquctte, all
? wool, 50c a yard. a
. 50 inch All-Wool Heavy Cord Black
Diagonal, 85c a yard.
50 inch All-Wool Navy Blue Heavy
Cord Diagonal. ?5c a yard.
52 inch Tan. Blue and Green Al! Wool
Storm Cassimir Serges, 75c a yard,
v :>S inch Bouriette Novelties, Two
Zoned Changeable Effects, 50c the yard.
3(> inch All Wool Mixed FlaDnfl for
< suiting. 35c a yard.
38 inch Solid Colored Embossed Fig?
ured Novelty. 35c a yard.
Yard-wide Changeable Linlrg Silk,50c
' a yard.
Figured Brocaded Colored Satin Taf?
fetas, (10c a yard.
f Black Brocaded Satin Duchesse, 65c a
27 inch Black Jap Silk, also colors, 50c
/ a yard.
Black Double-Faced Armure Silk, 75c
Triir med Hats and Bonnets.
NO HIGH PROFITS! EVERY DAY
Such prices as ours on Millinery are
, magnets whose power none care to resist.
t SEE SALEM AVENUE WINDOW.
Buffet Scarfs, Tray Covers, Table Cov?
ers. Pillcw Shams, Doylies, etc. The re?
sult of recent purchases for cash enables
n as to sell these goods far below tne real
Pillow Bhams,$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $0.25,
t $3.50 a pair.
Dovlies. 10c an?l 15c each.
Buffet Scarfs, 60c, 75c, 85c. $1.00.
Bureau Scarfs, Doylies to match, (1.25,
</*?.5f> and $1.75 a set.
Table Covers 35c and 50c each, and etc.
? THE PEOPLE'S STORE,
28 Salem. - - - 25 Campbell.
ROYAL OAKINO POWOf R CO.. HiW YORK,
SOME LOCAL NEWS
"Wo are not the oldest coal and wood
dealers in the city, neither are we the
youngest. lint we were the FIRST to
GIVE THE PEOPLE CHEAPER COAL.
This is the point that should interest
you. .T. II. WILKINSON Sc CO.,
Virginia Carriage Factory No. 400
Henry street, opposite P. O. Headquar?
ters for all kinds of repair work.
STOCK'S Rest Patent' and ,T. E. M.
Flour. C. L. SAUL & CO.
SEE THE PALAIS ROYAL'S BIG
AI). ON THE SECOND PACE FOR
You aro invited to a holiday opening at
the Caldwell-Sites store on November 20,
at 18 Salem avenue s. w.
MET SUCCESS AT LAST.
On Tuesday night R. W. Cole, a popu?
lar colored druggist on Gainsboro avenue,
was married to Miss Fannie Reynoh's.
This marriage was postponed from Mon?
day evening on account of events over
which the groom had no control. From
the information obtainable it ^ seems ibat
the expectant groom had mudo all the
arrangements for the marriage to take
place. The preacher was in place. The
bride was ready. The wedding supper
table spread and every detail arranged for
the happy event, save one the necessary
legal papers required in matters of this
kind had not been obtained. As the expec?
tant groom with his best friend repaired
to the clerk's ollice to obtain the license,
;? large crowd was in the ollice at the
time looking after their delinquent prop?
erty and in order to have some system
about it a line is formed and every one
is compelled to await his turn. Coles
thought it proper that he should fall in
line and as a consequence, he was nor,
reached before it was time to close the
oflice and be was compelled to go home
without his license. It was very neces?
sary that the event should be postponed
for a day. The young man ou Tuesday
ninde Inquiry of Cleric W. E. Thomas as
to .vhat would be the proper stepi to
pursue in th3 matter when, he was told
to go to Deputv Clerk Staples and he
cuuM give him the desired document.
Mr. Staples' sanctum was"next Invaded,
but to the utter astonisinnent of the
wedding party he informed them that
t here was uot a marriage license blank
in the bouse, and that he would have to
send to Salem for one. A messenger was
forthwith dispatched to the county seat,
where ttie accommodating clerk furnish?
ed him with the necessary blanks and
about dark they were in the hands of
0< puty Clerk Staples. A few moments
later the young man who wanted to get
married had one in the breast pocket of
his coat and an hour afterwards Rev. L.
L."Dowuinu,of the Fifth Avenue Presby?
terian Chutch united the two in mai
VnnLear's cold capsules, the best rem?
edy for bad cob's Call at our store and
get. a copy of rules for word contest.
VanLear Bros., Druggists.
A THANKSGIVING SUPPER.
The Ladies' Society of B. of L. F. will
hold a meat and ovster supper to-night
and tc-morrow night in the Railroad V.
M. C. A. at liillO p. in. The public are
invited to attend and a good time prom?
ised to all present.
CONCERT TIUS MORNING.
Read the programe on the eighth page
of the music to be rendered this morning
by the Stone Printing and Manufactur?
ing Company Band. This rising musical
organization will givo a concert on the
portico of Hotel Roacoke at 10 o'let.ck.
Hunter Si Co. have all the ingredients
for fruit cakt.s. Nice new goods of first
Wo are in receipt of an invitation to a
social to be given Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Koontz on December ), in honor of their
guests, Messrs. LitikO?S, Woinaek and
F. L. and C. K. Koontz. at their resi?
dence. No. 1801 Chapman avenue.
WEDDING AT ST. JAMES.
J. Allen Steger and Miss R. L. Hud?
dles! on were married yesterday afternoon
at 5:;;0 at St. James Church by Rev. H.
I. Stephens. After the ceremony the
ccouple left, for Vinton,where a reception
was tendered them by relatives of the
STEINWAY PIANO *225, ON $8 PER
A second-hand Steinwav piano, seven
octaves, in first class order and tune,
fully wairante<',for $220, on $8 per month,
without interest. A real bargain. Hob?
ble Pbiuo Co.
LOS!'. -A Cold Pin, with white
enamel letters. "V. C. G. B." Reward
will be paid for teturn to The Times
I will continue to olfer for sale daily at
public auction my stock. On November
24 at. 2 o'clock p. m., special sale of pic?
tures and lamps?ladies especially in?
128 Sa'em avenue
Bonner'- oysters and meals needs no
recommendation they recommend them?
selves, licst.on earth.
DR. M'BRYDE'S SER?ION.
In a day when sensationalism in many
of out* churches and materialism hi the
world seems to ho the order, it is truly
refreshing to hear a spiritual Gospel from
a spiritual preacher of tho Word. Di.
McBryde believes in the Bible and be?
lieves that the Oospel of Jesus is tho
power of God'unto salvation. His ser?
mon laat night at Christ Church rang
I with a living conviction of this truth.
The text was taken from Ezekiel, 83:11,
"Say unto them, as I live saith the Lord
God, I have no pleasure iu the death of
the wieKed." Dr. McBrydo spoke of
God's infinite lovo in the gift of His s>ou
for the ledemption of the world, and ap?
pealed both to Christians and the uncon?
verted to manifest the powsr of faith by
obedience to the Master. God has no
pleasure in tho agony of human hearts
either in this world on the next. But how
can we escape either here or hereafter if
we willfully remain in our sins, crucify
the Son of God afresh and put. Him to an
open shame:- God can do no more than
He has done and still He holds ^out His
hands pleading with His rebellious peo?
ple. Dr. McBryde made a special appeal
to tho unconverted. Surely ueither
Christians nor unbelievers could hear
such a sermon and not lift their hearts
to Christ and lay jhold on His mercy and
salvation. There will he mission ser?
vices at Christ 'Church every mornirjg
and evening during the rest of the week.
Show your homo folks how warm you
looked in Roanoke, but let us get the
;'proof" befote ihe^game. Only studio
here making genuine carbons. Open to?
day. St. Louis Photo Co.
A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
'1 ho residence of Mr. and Mrs. .T. T.
Knighton, at (11:5 Third avenuo n. w.,
was the scene of a very pretty wedding
last night at 7 p. m., when their daugh?
ter, Miss Ella, was married to James B.
Newton, a member of the Council from
the Fifth ward. The ceremony was per?
formed by Row H. I. Stephens, of St.
James Methodist- Church. The happv
couple left on the night train for Wash?
ington to spend a week, after which they
will return*and reside in this city in the
DEATH OP MR. HALL.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hnll left Tuesday
night fcr Spence, N. C, in response to a
telegram announcing i he death of Mr.
Hall's brother in that place.
Don't miss the Prances Hughes Con?
ceit Company November 2!).
There were only one or two cases be?
fore tho police justice and all of minor
importance. A. L. Lake, drunk and
down, was fined s*'J. Jim L,ogan,colored,
was sent to the grand j?r? for petit lar?
ceny. Messrs. Claytoi nnd Coon were
lined $10 each for tho difficulty they got.
in tho other day, and then court ad?
EPISCOPAL SERVICES TO-DAY.
The congregations of Christ and St.
John's 'Chinches will unite in Thanks?
giving Day services at St. John's Church i
at 11 a. m., Rev. Dr. McBryde preachimr
the sermon. Provision will be made to
receive at th*? door articles of household
use for the Church Home for ngej ladies
at Richmond. Tho offertory will be
devoted to the fund for widows nnd or?
phans of dectased clergy.
A memento of t he game. We are open
to-day. (Jet. a proof of your presence.
St. Louis Photo (p.
Col. Isaac B. Markey, secretary of the
Eureka Fire Hose Company, of New
York, who has been in the city for sev?
eral days, left Tuesday night, for home.
This was Col. Markey's lirst visit to our
city and hu was lavish in bis praise of the
progress Roanoke is making.
NO MEETING TO-NIGHT.
The Roanoke Choral Society will not
have a rehearsal to-night, but the mem?
bers can hold themselves in read'ness for
Tuesday of next week. Profiting by
their recent success the chora1 will go
forward with renewed energy.
VanLenr Bros, have just received a
stuek of the latest iu pocket books and
card cases. You should see them before
DON'T LISTEN to what my competi?
tors say about, the great clothing sale of
manufacturers' samples, but call iu per?
son and lie convinced. R. SCHILLER,
2S Salem avenue.
STRAYED OK STOLEN.
Three small pigs; one white, one spot
h d black, one spotted red. Information
of them will be thankfully received by
1'. G. Ryder, No. 28 Camden street s. e.,
LOST?Gold lock bracelet,lest between
Calvfl,?y Daptist Church and depot,either
on Campbell cr Salem avenue. Finder
will return same t -> W. LEE SHIELDS,
at Watt, Rettew Si Clay's.
WANTED.?A well-broken horse, iu
good condition, from I to 7 years old.
For one that suits the cash w'll bo paid.
Apply to EM FRY TURNER. l(l(i Kirk
WE WANT STUDENTS TO ENTER
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE NOIV.
THE Fidelity and Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bot.d
company. Assets. $2,301,299.12. Bonds
can be eiven in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest Are companies in the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FORD & SONS, Agents, ollice corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
Leave your orders for all flavois of ice I
cream at Catogni's.
The greatest Cut-Rate Dm
Is just opposite the Passenii
"He cuts to'the bone": 'he
He treats everyone square, i
CUT CASH P?Tcisl
Hood's 'Sareapar'Ma.cut to .05
B. B. B.cut to ..*)!?
Camphorline. for the hands... .cut to .18
Copco Soap, 2 cakes. .,.cut to .OH
Fly's Cream Balm.cut to .(17
German Household Dyes.cut to .04
Paine's Celery Compound.cut to .1-2
Malted Alilk.cut to .34
Powdered Borax, pound.cut to .10
Moth Balls.en: to .08 i
Lack of spare forbids further mentioi
from and money In hand to buy more. ^
will be. We are the deepest cutter of all.
I 1,V yiiller
The football uaose this afteraoou be?
tween Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
University of Tennessee will unquestion?
ably be the best game played in tic State.
Both teams are in the pink of condition
and a bard and close struggle may be ex?
pected. Tennessee has an unusually
strong team.whileBlacKsbuig's work has
been of a gilt-edge order through the en
tire season. BIncksburg's team, while
lighter than last yenr.makes up in quick?
ness and team work for their loss of
weight. They play a hard, aggressive
game acd only a few weeks ago downed
the Tarheels -I to 0. Tennessee has also
made a splendid showing. Their teams
is composed of many cracks who havj
made enviahle ref utations in previous
teams. Last year Tenuessee defeated
Blacksburir 6 to 4, and they will again
endeavor to wrest the palm of victory
from the boys in gray, while the brave
soldier boys will struggle to the death to
wrest the coveted prize from the Tennes
seeaus. Betting is about even, with
Blacksburg a shade the favorite.
Holiday opening on November 20, at
Caldwell-Sites Company, 18 Salem avenue
DEATH OF MRS. PEARCE.
Mrs. Eliza Pearce died yeste-day morn?
ing at 0:30 o'clock at the residenco of her
daughter, Mrs. John Engleby, 338 Camp?
bell avenue, aged 83 years. Deceased was
a native of England, but moved to this
country sixty-three years ago and settled
In Maryland, where she resided until
about twelve years ago, when she remov?
ed to this city upon the death of her hus?
band. The funeral services were con?
ducted last night at I) o'clock at the resi?
dence by Dr. Carson, ol Creeue-Memorial
Church, after which the remains were es?
corted to the Union depot and shipped to
Western Port, Md., for iutermcnt. In
additiou to Mrs. Eng'euy, tho deceased
leaves a son, Wm. H. renrce,of this,city,
who is highly estermel; Jumes Pearce.of
California, and Joseph T. and Johu F.
Pearce, of Maryland.
See tho special case of 25c kuives at
I VanLear Bros.
LOST HER POCKET BOOK.
While on the depot platform Tuesday
waiting for the noon train MrsAlexander
Eubn.uk lost her pocketbnok containing
$5.05 in currency and a return ticket to
Bedford C<ty, her home. Mrs. Eubank
thinks that it was taken from her pocket
by a colored boy that she noticed about
her in tho great crowd. Mrs. Eubank
stopped at the St. James while here and
she will be thank!ul for its return. The
po'ict-'huve been furnished a des:ription"of
the suspected boy.
THE LATE THOMAS WADE.
The remains of tho late Thomas Wade,
whose death occurred in Baltimore a few
days ago and was noted in these columns,
reached the city yesterday morning. They
were taken to the undertaking rooms of
Oakey it Woolwine, at which place the
funeral services wero conducted by Rev.
Ira W. Kimmcl. in tho presence of a
large number of friends and relatives.
The remains was shipped to Bedford on
the noon train for interment.
Nico Jamale a oranges at Hunter &
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED tiS line
and medium priced overcoats direct from
the manufacturer's sample rooms. Black,
blue, and brown, melton, kersoy ami bea?
ver, satin yrko and fine all wool worsted
body lining, from $0.50 to $10.
R. SCHILLER, 28 Salem avenue.
CALL AND SEE THE ".18 ffiO
"Cleveland.'' on exhibition to-day at
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.. 108 Salem ave?
nue s. w.
KOOMS WANTED.?Four or live un?
furnished rooms for housekeeping. Good
price paid for the right quarters. Send
your terms and descripiion. No atten?
tion paid to answers unless terms ate
stated. Address, "KENT," Times oflice.
MERCHANTS WILL CLOSE.
Wo the uuderslgii?d merchants of Bou
noke, Vtt., do agree to close our stores on
Vhanksgiviu" day, Novembei 35, 1*1*7:
C. 1). Kenny.
C. L. Saul & Co.
, St Clatr Bros.
I Baruhart Grocery Co.
Hunter ec Co.
Price, Chick & Co.
Sandy P; Figgat & Co.
? Catognl Bros.
I L. II Brngh.
i C. E. Roberts.
FROM THIS DATE to and including
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, tho Roan or e
street Railway Company will sell tickets
for passage to and from Salem
at a reduced rate of 25 cents. Tickets
one way. 15 cents. Tickets on sale at
Yaughan'ti cigar stand Terry buildimr,
Roanoke, and at Dillard & Persingers,
S. W. JAMISON,
WOOD! WOOD: Don't forget we have
the best wcod on the market for wood
stoves. NILMSCOALCO. See ad.
TAXES. TAXES. TAXES.
Notice?The State Taxes for the year
IH',17 are now one and payable at the city
treasurer's office. The penalty of 5 per
cent, will be added December 1, 1*07, on
all taxes unpaid. Most respect full v,
C. W. THOMAS,
Don't fail to attend the fire
sale at knock's Bazaar. Goods
slightly damaged by smoke to be
sold regardless of cost.
! puts up prescriptions'":
md makes no exceptions.
:0R GENUINE GOODS.
Bulb Syringes, 2 pipes.cut to .21
Hair Brushes.cut to .10
Colgate's Violet Water.cut to .13
Military Hair Brushes, per pair..cut to .911
Phenol Sodique.cut to .31
Nail Polishers, dollar size.cut to .40
Cigars, fifty in a box.cut to .110
Gold Mounted French Brier
Pipes.rut to $2.50
a of articles out. Immense stock to draw
'e have never lieen undersold and we never
COME AND PICNIC WITH USI
"Hel?utS Up Prescriptions,"
Needs no boasting. The peo- '
pie are getting better and bet- j
ter acquainted each day with I
our ways and methods of do?
ing business and the tide of |
our success is running higher |
and higher. Each day brings I
us new customers that stick to '
us. Why? Because we sell
them only reliable goods, and i
guarantee everything that goes (
out of our store to be as repre?
sented or money refunded. Our
Sack Suits for men of good
taste, in all the newest fabrics,
perfect in lit and finish, from
$5 to $20, show at a glance
that they are high-toned in all
Overcoats?Kersey, Chinchilla. Beaver, Melton, and
Covert Cloth, all colors, and prices run from #5 to $30.
Boys' and Children's Department.
C I Cfj Buys a good blue or black
4> I ??"Cheviot Suit for your boy,
Sizes run to 10. Well made aud
Sv9 flfl Buys ? strictly all-wool
4>?.UU bluo or i.lack cheviot.
double-breasted, ?trongly made
and cauuot be matched in tho city
for $2..->0. Ages C to 10.
S19 Rfl -Buys aD elegant Double
Breasted Suit; any size;
made well and strongly trimmed.
These suits compare with any ."?:>
suits shown elsewhere
Sv7 flfl Buysja splendid Uoublo
UU Breasted Chinchilla Reef?
er; nicely trimmed, very durable
and well worth a dollar more.
CO nil Buys an elegant btown or
450.UU hlack Chinchilla Reefer,
with deep collar: very stylish and
durable. This i? a" genuine bar?
gain aud cannot be duplicated.
Sizes !? to 10._
CC Of] Buys a strictly all-wool
J)3.UU chinchilla Reefer ivith
silk velvet collar: double-breasted,
wool lined and very stylish and
Clothiet and Furnisher,
I'liiuphcll Avenue and Jeflerson Street. |
34 Salem Avenue.
Goods Slightly Dam
Smoke to Be
Sold Regardless of Cost
for the Next Ten Days.
34 Salem Avenue.