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WASHINGTON AVENUE AT THIRT8ETH STREET
Our Dress Goods Department Is the largest and most complete In tho city. Cities of three times the slzo would hardly show such stocks as we offer. Every wanted Weave and Fabric Is shown hero and In a-full range of styles and colorings. While our prices are uniformly much lower than those of other stores, yet we offer for MONDAY Bargains of Special In? terest. VOILES. STYL KS AND WEAVES THAT you will rind in our store and no? where else. The finest qualities In Iho1 daintiest shades for Spring and Summer wear; Checks. Plaids and Novelties; also In black, cream, navy and all the wanted colors; values $1.19 to $l.:i:>; ull go at. Q?r? yard . ?JOD PANAMA SUITINGS. CLINCHES WIDE; ALL WANTED colors and styles: mostly $1.25 and $1.516 values, al\ yard . $1.00 MOHAIRS. TIF.SIC POPULAR FABRICS AL ways sell at 50c; Monday we will sell a lot. of them in solid colors at, yard . 39c TROPICAL WORSTEDS?IN A VA ribty of desirable Weaves; 00c values at, yard . $1.00 Yard Worth $ 1 ? 1 dn Special Sale $i Of Black Taffeta Silk- Full Yard-wide. Best Qual? ity Ever Sold at the Price. v v Yard Worth '$1.13. Extra Special Sale Of White Bed Spreads. ONE LOT OP SPREADS WORTH 76o;' goes .Monday at, each . 59c AND REGULAR $1 00 SPREADS ? will he sold at . 83c Bed Sheets MADE OP REST BLEACHED Cotton Gem Sheets; size 72x90 . 47c Crescent Sheets; size 72x90.... 50c Crescent Sheets; size 81x90....55c Salem Sheets; size 01x90. .55c Salem Sheets; size cn.x'JO.G5c Salem Sheets; size 72x90.. Mertlntack Sheets; 9-4 size.75c Mohawk Sheets; size 72x90....75c TOWELS AT LOWEto PRICES THAN YOU'LL FIND ANY WHERE BUT HERE. TOILET TOWELS; r.Oc dozen, each IIUCK TOWELS; each Sc; dozen . SIZE :i(ivt7; .90c IIUCK TOWELS; EXTRA GOOOi value; size 30x18; each. 0?l ?! 10e; dozen . $ 1 ? I T^ble Linens. Yo/u can save money by buying here. CflbOD BLEACHED TABLE OK? Damask, yard . ?C3U TURKISH TOWELS; size: good grade; each. 10c; dozen . TWILLED CRASH TOWEL lug, yard . Bed Room Curtains Monday we will offer n special bargain in Ruffled Swiss Curtains. One lot?2 1-2 yards 1 One lot of regular 85c Curtains will go at. pair.' 'MERCERIZED DAMASK; 60c grade, 0 0? yard . UwO PURE IRISH LINEN DA- RAn mask, yard . Jl'U N A P K I N S?HEMMED READY lor use. Cf\ dozen . oUU PURE LINEN NAPKIN'S, dozen . $1.00 g; worth 5?C, at pair .39c .50c Domestics at the Lowest Prices. APRON CHECKED GINGHAMS; 80 grade. C1-, yard . ?2? 50c FRENCH TAFFETAS IN THE pOpuinr Club Cheeks; 40-inches wide; $1.00 values at, yard . 75c F U R N I T U R Et CRETONNES worth lOe, at yard . 8c Y ARD - WIDE Sheetings, yard . UNBLEACHED .75c PRINTED ORGANDIES; WORTH 12 l-2e, at 71 yard . I 2? YARD-W1DE PERCALES, yard . 9C I '10'INCH PBIlSIAN DAWNS. Q? YARD-WIDE non Cloth, yard . BLEACHED CAN .125 20 WINDOW SHADES ON BEST spring rollers. OK? each . ???C HOTELS AND ROOMING HOUSES: WE OFFER YOU FINE TOILET SOAPS, FOR GUEST ROOMS; FULL LARGE-SIZE CAKES, AT 50c PER DOZEN CAKES. Monday Morning We Offer the Greatest Bar? gains in UNTRIMMED HATS EVER BEFORE OFFERED BY ANY STORE IN THE CITY. A lucky purchase of a leading man? ufacturer's samples of finest qual? ity Chip Huts in all shapes and col? ors, makes it possible for us to sell Hats worth $1.39, $1-50 and CO? $1.98 for, each . OuC But little trimming Is required; yen can fix them up yourself, or wo will do It Tor you lit a trltllng cost. Dress Linens & White Goods At far below their real value. PURE BLEACHED IRISH LINEN. 2 1-2 yards wide, at yard . $1.00 BLEACHED IRISH LINENS: 45 inches wide, Eft? yard ._ OlfC BLEACHED LINEN LAWNS; yard-wide. QC1? yard . ?UU LINEN FINISHED Cloth; yard-wjde, CANNON ... 15c PERSIAN LAWNS; 45-INCIIES wide; 20c grade, yard . 15c SILKOL1NE DRAPERIES; BEST quality; yard-wide, 10l? yard . I?t20 CURTAIN SWISSES; WORTH 15c;.at -laip yard . I L : 1? ROMAN STRIPE TAPESTRY; 40 inches wide; worth 60c, 39C New Printed Lawns. WHITE GROUNDS; PRINTED IN A VARIETY OF PLEASING DE slgns; 10c values at, R1? yard .|. U2U HENLY SERGES; ALWAYS SOLD AT 19c; ARE HERE AT, 4 t\\ yard. \L'>\* SILK GINGHAMS: WORTH 29e, AT ? yard. 21c Ii E M S T I T C H E D > DRESSER and Shams, 50C one] ENGLISH LONG CLOTH; WORTH 18c. at 1CA yard . 1 DC WOMEN'S GAUZE RIBBED Vests; worth 12 l-2e, for . 7c WOMEN'S FAST BLACK COT ton Hose; worth 15c, at "|Q? WHITE MADRAS, WITH WOV eh Figures; worth 18c, at 101? yard .;.. IZ2C The most complete line of Ger? man and French Val Laces. Prices range from lc to 25c yard. 1ARRY THAW NO WORSE lounsel Denies That lie is Broken Down Physically And Mentally iB APPLY FOR BAIL THIS WEEK Mrs. Thaw Is Not In Financial Dis? tress and is Able to Furnish Ball for Any Amount That May be Re? quired. ,'??LtiiJi (My Associated Press.) NI3W YORK, April 20.?Or. Smith F.II .lolllfte, one of the alienists who Ratified for l-larr> K. Thaw In his recent trial, called on Thaw in the Tombs today, and as a result, then; were immediate rumors that Thaw bad broken down, This report was positively denied by Daniel O'Reilly now acting as tho prisoner's chief counsel. Thaw, ho said is In the best of condition, both physically and men? tally, and that there nas been abso? lutely no change In his condition since the case was ended. Thaw and Or. Jelliffe. .Mr. O'Reilly explained, had become very close friends and the doctor's visit was a personal rather than a professional one. Mr. O'Reilly also took occasion tO' day to deny the rumors that Mrs William Thaw was in financial straits nnd might not be able to raise bail for her son, even if tho court ndmitt him to bail. Mrs. Thaw was ready, he snld. tt offer ball in any amount. Tito application for ball, however ho did not expect would be made un til the middle of next week. Say. what you please about more coinage the man who has a lot of 1 Is mighty unpopular. Make the stories you tell o? a rain; flay as short as possible, especially i yoii tell thein under an umbrella. There Is very little use trying to cor Vinco a man who meets your stnt< iuent with this argument: i "I'll bt 7011," etc. No matter bow highly you may vapj you' own opinion, remember it do' not go with other people uuless the tbicU exactly as you do, which, by ? .way, they seldom do.?Atcblaon Olpba THE NEW JEFFER80N AVENUE SHOE STORE. Women's Oxfords Beautiful Leather, Hand? some Models, Stunning Styles. FOR ALL FEET. $1.50 to $3.50 per pair W. B. Thomas, Manager. 2408 Jefffson Ave-i Between 24th ant 25th streets. I Palmet Springs Liihia Water By its wonderful benefits to those who are troubled with stomach trouble and rheuma? tism, has won a great name la this city and other places ac? cording to the many letters we have so stating. Further It is sold at the price of tho cheap table waters to get it thorough? ly known. Call Bell Phone, No. 333. Newport News Bottling Co. Sole Agents, NO. 3100 HUNTINGTON AVE. W? are also agents for Beau font water. SABBATH DAY SERVICES Bishop Randolph at St. Paul's and Grace Churches. VISIIIKG MINSTERS IN THE CITY Pulpits of First Presbyterian, Calvary and Tabernacle Baptist and Trinity Lutheran Churches to be Occupied by Out-of-town Divines. Newport News Baptist. Regular services will be bold at the Casino building today by (be Congregation of the Newport News Baptist church. The pastor, Rev. ' J. Wi Porter, 1). U.. will' preach on I the following subjects: . "The Strang I'er Christ"; evening. "The Year of .luhiiee." During the evening ser | vice the quaitette will sing, "The Homeland.' Trinity Lutheran. ! Rev. .1. A. Morebead. D. D., prest : dent of Roanoke College, will occupy I the, pulpit" of the Trinity Lutheran j church this morning at 11 o clock. I This evening at the usual hour the II pastor, Rev. E. A. Snenk, will preach lion the subject, "Enduring Tenipta 1 lion." St. Paul's Episcopal. The At. Rev. A. M. Randolph, bis 1 bop of the ? Episcopal diocese ol ! Soulhejrn Virginia, will preach at 1 ;ocloek^tnis morning at St. Paul's : Episcopal church and administer tin j apostolic rito of confirmation. T'uor* ! will he celebration of blessed hol.i i communion \vith absolution at 7:31 I o'clock this morning; Sunday sehoo I at 0:30 o'clock; Hlble classes at It (o'clock and the usual services, con I ducted by the Rector, Rev. A. C j Sykes, D. D., at 7:110 o'clock this even 11 ing. The choir lias arranged specla I'music for all Ihe services today. Trinity Methodist. ) At Trinity Methodist church loda j the pastor, Rev. W. Asbury Chris I Inn, will preach on the followini ! subjects: 11 a. hi., "Seeking Jesus i evening. "Hunting Foxes in the Fiel ; of Life." Grace Episcopal. The Rt. Rev. /A. M. Randolph wi pre-ach at Grace Episcopal entire' I thra afternoon fat 3 o'clock and coi I firm n class. jThe rector, Rov. llei this morning and S o'clock this even" inf. Baptist Tabernacle. Rev. J. S. Cobb. of Richmond, will pirach at the Baptist Tabernacle this morning and evening at the usual \ hours. Thirtieth Street Christian. ! The congr*ation of the Thirtieth i Stre(!t Christin church will worship ! nt the Y. M. V\ A. ball today at the usual hours, nreachlng by the pas? tor. Rev. \V. I. Motley. Second Presbyterian. Regular servleB will be conducted at tho S< condI Presbyterian church this morning an evening, preaching j by the pastor, i^:v. \V. M. Hunter. Rivervlw Baptist. Rev. W. R. Kj.re, the pastor, will' preach at the FRiverview Baptist church tliis evejng at 7:45 o'clock, on the subject, j'How to Avoid tne ! Rush." SundayiShool will be held at 2:30 o'clock ?** nftcrnoon. St. Vincet'-s Catholic. Services will il held at St. Vln ' cent's Catholic oVrch today as fot i lows: First maaAit S o'clock; sec? ond mass at 10o'clock: Sunday school at I! o'clock/vcspers and bene? diction at 7:30 o'?ck. East Ena?:hristinn. ; There will be sWices at the East ' End Christian ehuu this morning at (jit o'clock and thLevening at 7:45 , o'clock, preaching I the pastor, Rev. ! Murdock \V. Butlert i taken. Calvary %jtist. Rev. John W. Hi* Joy, of Cape Cliarlcs, Va., will pAch at the Cal? vary Baptist church Us morning ar 11 o'clock and this foiling at 7:45 o'clock. The pastor,lev. A. A. But? ler, is conducting a i-its of revival meetings at Cape Cliles. -\ Twenty-fourth Stra Christian. N Rev. I). S. Henkel, I stor of tho Twenty-rourth SlreA Church of Christ, will preach th morning on > I tlie subject, "Four >t Testament I j Baptisms," using churVihistrations. At H o'clock this evenft the pastor will preach on "The Neljerusalem." During this service "TIlHoly City" will be sung and 14 bfUlful stere optlcon illustrations wfthe shown. Mr. G. W. Rllck will led the Rclier Association at 3 o'clock.Veaking on the subject. "The Holy lilt in Re? lief Work." \ ' Flret Presbytern Services will bo held athe First Presbyterian church this Wnlng ax 11 o'clock and this aftciVrm at o'clock as usual. Rev. AIR. Mc? Queen, or Richmond, will \ench at Both hours. j nioiul. will preach. The annual col? lection for State missions will be Rev. A. R. McQueen, of Richmond. . will preach at the First Presbyterian Church, at 11 o'clock A. M. and 5 I o'clock P. M. - * ' * Lord Erckine. From midshipman to lord chancellor ! Is a very' far ery. Lord Erskluc, how? ever, whom I<ord Campbell otree de ! scribed as the greatest advocate of an elent or modem times, did not And ' mnch difficulty In reaching tlic Wool I sack, although be started life as a I "middy" and did not settle down to j study law until he was twenty-live \ years of age. His defense of Captalu Rai Hie. prosecuted for his exposures of J gross abuses at Ute admiralty, raised j hlut from an obscure lawyer to a fore i most position at the bar, and thirty^ j briefs were ofTered him before he left I the court. From that time until he be i came chancellor iu 180C bis career was I marked by a long list of successes.? I London Standard. MORE OLD HENRY SOLD THAN I ANY OTHER. ! WHY? BECAUSE QUALITY 18 I BEST. FOR 8ALE EVERYWHERE. Norfolk Traft Company Co. Be fore State Comisslon. COMPANY IS VERY SLOW IN WORK State Officials Tell Traction Company That They Will Have to Strengthen Several of Their Bridges and Cul? verts Immediately. (Special to the Daily Press). RICHMOND, VA., April 20.?Tho evidence in the case of the Norfolk & Portsmouth Traction Company be? fore the Corporation Commission was concluded lato this afternoon, the commission taking the case under ad? visement. Judge Beverly T. Crump, chairman of the Commission, stated tonight that it was impossible to state when a decision- will ho readied in the matter, but probably within tho next few days, as it is the inten? tion of the Commission, presumably, to have some action taken regarding the trestles about Norfolk and Ports? mouth over which the railway passes put In a safe condition before, or as soon as possible after the opening of tile Jamestown Exposition. The case grew out of a report of an engineer who viewed the bridges in question at the instigation of the Commission some time ago and who regarded them unsafe. The company was at that time instructed to make the necessary repairs to insure the safety of the patrons of the line. The failure of tho company to comply with this request in whole, caused it to be summoned before the Commis? sion to say why. It. was in evidence that the company has done and is doing all possible to relieve the situ? ation on tho line. Caustic. . ? Yes," said the bride of a week, "Jack tells me everything ho knows, and I toll him everything I know." "Indeed!" rejoined her ex-rlval, who bad been left at tho post. "The silence. Mien you are together must be op? pressive." Preliminary. Stella-J wonder why sentiment at? taches to a first kiss? Bella?It's like the first, toyth. You've got to have it befor* you get (he second.?Brooklyn Life.