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SsATCKDAY.APRIL 13. 1?07.
IN FINE LINGERIE DAINTY GARMENTS CALL FOR LABOR AND EXPENSE. Embroidery and Lace in Profualon Mark the Up-to-Date Styles Many of the Modela May Be Made at Home. A very clover way of utilizing half worn shirt waists is to cut them low, take in si?!? r Um arras, en? large the armh'yles. outlining the gar? ment witli t ion. No labor 1 in the making of naderwear, ?.'.? sta of ?incn are much ? VI of em? broidery, lace ' mate? rial are also fn L In? y are new snd ? D may be ap] row lace :- of the iy be ? rlb bon ? ? a sh ablo. ? ? ? the si trim on tt - : with : :ig un aan Of < will always be a ' linen thst la : on a gres: :???.?<1 nut count with the person who prefers the fine hand embroidery, though, and many of the finest fur trous? seaus are ?till, and always will be. French en:br> As the season of iprlas and summer travel will sbo of ("bina silk ?HI be found Un? desirable, as this fabric does not wrinkle easily, and If a good quality Is purchased It will not wear out 0 has tri all aaat (be world says that the moat id she dis? covered aa her loaraai was a wrapper of black China siili atasaly dee with narrow h it was a ira that it could be placad la I :?all valise. and at night, when ratifias to her berth on board Ship or on a sleeping car, she invariably rtonnod the ?rap per over aar nlshl dress so, as she laughingly explain? <1 to he at least presentable in appearance should an accident, occur. Certainly if one has observed a half dozen women scurry? ing up and down t Ing car in various stages of undress In tbe morning it is wise to suppose that s neat wrapper would be of great serv? ice. With proper facilities one should be sble to make several of these pretty garments at home at comparatively small expense. Tbe model illustrated is fashioned of fine French nainsoook. The stole collar of embroldeied nain? sook is outlined by linen Torchon, s lace very much fn vogue at th? tot time. Linen cluny is another heavy snd enduring mesh much fa? ! for Insertions and medallions, besides edgings. The sleeves siso have Inserts of em? broidery, bordered with lace. All-over embroidery may be used for the tab collar and sleeve decorations. The same model was made up of pale blue batiste, with s stole collar of all-over Velenclennes lsce, edged with s small frlli of the same pattern as a finish. Clusters of tucks give fullness over the bust. New Passementeries. The ne? passementeries s re much lighter In effect and are quite new In design sa compared with those shown at Lho beginning of the winter. All the designs and mode of mske-up ?ere too much like those of bygone days snd too old fashioned In effect, without being new-fashioned In reali? ty. Than? new designs will attain great popularity, for tfcey are rerv reenteries show large figures, arias than they are long, aad varying fron six to eight Inches In le riv? alry In construction that they d<> nc. give the effect of. nor have they lo reality, too much weight. MONEY FOR THE HEATHEN. How One Clever Woman Secured Hei Hng. In a ra- niani had ; durluv s" Aid M ? weeks o: ; stiU pitifull? omp! ; Ton struc towel Ing still unhemmed, the roller I and a couple of dozen wash cloth? ? were to be put In for the summer ? woul? wiJMngly give fi v. * hernuiircu t':?? towi cenu apiece for th?? ?aal Th*? ? next half hour aad at" friends ?itti thimble? The cot: that ?2 rolle? Into the jti?* and the "heathen" wer? that much b?>tter off. The queer part of it is t! ank cannot be con mads tl?.?? money Another case <-f man's stupidity, whci it conies to talking; finance with a woman. -ik it was a very < hemmed ? as long . issionaries got To Meet Kate. Th?> followin. was used re y and to fill in I : yable mam.? if those to whom it :? t is printed In full. I she had a guest - woubl hough she ?? that ? sen? es: "Cate." 1. truth. is frail Me. Dell In baa a twin Dupl;? ?f oth 6. < ,try life. Rus? ' 7. I - Into trouble Itnpli difficulty of a ? 10. s run smooth 11. burch 12. icular t pleader. :? ? .? Imparta formation. prob 16. ' -?tal and phys leal po?< 17. I ? an Influence fof Intoxicate. I >>f air. Suffc L'ae of Conree Scrim. ..-se serim iu:iy be used in many ways, its ; practical? ly without limit This scrim takes dye beautifully and curtains ni;i It and c 1 in old-fashioned cross stitch leave little to be <l in the araj of baaaty. The work is on th?? material, as the ? ida are easily aaaatad and there ls^io tax on to the de? signs suited to cross stitch embroid ind almost any flower, slightly conventionalized, may be used. A were of acrlm dyad a ?1<???? coffee color, with dragons worked In dull blue scattered about hero and there. FOR WALK OR CARRIAGE. Appropriate Out-of-Door Garments of Approved Models. The lady's full figure shows a smart costume of dark bronze green cloth, trimmed with darker velvet and braided with soutache. Tbe velvet is applied In an ornamental fashion by being cut in strips and sewed by hand on skirt and jacket. Tbe larger but? tons are formed by strips of the vel? vet woven over button moulds. Tbe carriage or auto coat on tbe second figure U of golden brown cara? cul, and collar and cuffs are of brown leather, edged with darker brown vel? vet and silk braid. The tie? are of grosgrain silk ?1th fancy metal bat? tona. Idolatry. " Tannings Just worst!ps his auto." "I know :t. in it ha ?Aas and morai HOW SHE MET HIM INFORMAL INTRODUCTION OF MINISTER AND ORGANIST. Couple Had Eeen Fellow Workers In More Ways Than One?Dignity for the Moment Sent to the Rear. A fee JO G? Nf>w Frisian?-' minis!?-r vf tsucb Fed a rail t? HtUa N"?'w Kngla:? il of the local : ul In ? boni the town on Sun? barca,just ' as th?? ready for door f .ition. and rd the or? gan. is rapidly nt re rosed ' bat to no ? .?.n the stranger of \ him some in with t quickly di Fot a <iu:i and the under the !b the notes sound TBS s thanks were few, for she noticed the ra? ?Ting con ition, and ? 1 as she noted I Am the Minister.' her dirty banda ai ?: "I'll bo In \r. t the Ddalab "Won't ilTifuU!" the slowly atawled from under the organ. "I am the tuinib' Why Rockwell Helped. Ex-Coni W, Rock? well, of ? -.. Is. perhaps. ial men prac? ticing bar, and his fi many stories to Illus? trate his magnanimous spirit. ? ago a lit: .?>? in Piti found it i!. ? t IS cents a hoax he waa sent ?? .1 by some friends of the congressman. "Mr. il he said in a straight ft?: Mr. Soanso owes me IS cents for papers and he won't pay ate. I guess I'll have to get a lawyer and I want to retain you. Will you try to get my money?" llbagly Mr. l : ?aid he would, and a day or two later the boy s. In telling of the Incident a little later. Mr. Rockwell ?aid: "I wrote a letter to that man and Just shamed him into paying the lad. You know, I couldn't let that boy grow up believing that lawyers were Just for rich men an.i corporations, na he eurely would have if I hadn't agreed to be his 'attorney.' So that's why I helped him." Valuable Fishing Linea ? \ lishing line worth $1'.0?0?" "Ves, sir." "I don't believe it." "It's the truth. It's a codfish line. It's one of JatMa Unes tp wl?ch yon owe your Sunday morning flshb:iMs and your less appetizing but equally helpful codllver oil. "These codfish lines, you see. are frequently eight mi!??* l^?. They have 4.6S0 hooks. They'll often land 2.500 cod. No wonder th.?. coat I'-'.ODO. eh?" IN MIDDLE AGES. Head dress of a lady during the mld aely high and was covered by a thin velL An O.u-rashic 'O P^rty. At this most unlqn? ;ifTair. th? c?s i? me in as ol?! ? pos? ami such an fall skirts and bom ?Iraw KMn, Mii? h S : indie stick Ira? Of :i ? era ? had a ? ' I I the h: ! pieces of fur \ ? - tmlei R?V<? tO 1: Snuff l?. It *as a most nov. ? old Tid chock tarda, ; :aint FASHION TIPS THM ARE NEW. have ?. :i in tho ,-s. with lacey la k Is Ing neck : hall* of ?? ta aro boxoj in satin and make charming t?lfts. ??. ? for tho girl who has plenty, for Ol can not ha??? many such access ries in this j< . ? Of course, the in rai: too. The fashion naked are working hard with green, nd some stunning effects are achieved, especially in the rich dark aladea; it so few of us can green acca ilj?y In any form, and It's a comfort > know that blue or r. 1 will do Just a welL .upire mode is out ery attractive It is. ?Love La.jhs at Zero. They aat out on tho frosty porch. ,' unmindful of tbe ? nilly blasts. Dreamily si. it tho stars. "G? there,'' > said, romantically, "Is the great dij ; ? r." "And down 1 snatching ano spoon ' " And Cupid aai med overcoat ? kiss. "Is tho 'great out in a fur-trim hot another dart.? Chicago Daily : Everthing! Evert h m g ?^ I- FURNITURE-! ? ? ? S Floor Coverings?!^! |SYDN0R& HUNDLEY, INC. 1 I Leaders. /$ 709 711 713 EAST BROAD STREET. ? Hbe peopled .Restaurant - 750 North 3rd St., Richmond, Va MEALS at All Hours?Hot or Cotf. Board by Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. r ?....G? ATTENTION.... .GIVE MB A Cri Mme. SYLVIA L. MITCHELL, Proprtetf ess. PROF. D. D. RRICK. M. D?. Strsnge. Wonderful but True are' the awe stricken tests given by The Great Australian Medium, PROF. D. I> IllllCE, M. D. the only Living Apostle of Sr of th? Mystci ?fSOOO in Go'd to any one in the ? p him. sessing mere power than any four! mediums combined. No card, trance or hand humbug ? <?r?eete-.t Hindoo Medium in World. the SO GRKAT IS HIS POWF.R that ae can tell you while in a Clairvoy? ant state, all jou wish to know with out a word being spoken. Come, all ye unbelievers, scoffers and J car? ers: bring all your skepticism with you?he will open your eyes to the private chaml> BM all t? broken henrtod wires, all with low spirits and lot hi.? lift the bur? den from your achina; and Je.-ilnus I heart. He challenges tho World to ?compete with him In causing a speed ly marriage with the one you love; uniting the sep?rete*! end bring bfl'"k the lost one Tr*cp>? lo?t or stolen goods. Unearths hidden treasure-*;. Removes evil Influences Crosses. Spells. Ill Lurk, cures trlcKs snd Conjurations, gires Luck snd Success In all you undertake. Cures the Tohac?-o and Liquor Habits. Al-j lows the Capthra to be set Free. Ho is the only one that will give a Written Guaranty to complete your business or taf aad your money Are you sick* I>o you know what the trouble is with you? Come and OsaoaM Katata*a Doctor. Rheunintlsm, Insomnia. Hysteria and all Diseases cured. Points giv? en os Horse Racing and all Games of Chance. No matter what alls you. come' and see this wonjerful man. Read-* er have you noticed that some peo-} pie have a hart! time to get along, no matter bow they toll, while oth? ers have success. Many wealthy men and women owe their success to' this wonderful man. He will tell you whom you will marry. Will you be b:\ppy? He will tell you who your friends and enemies are. Can you tell? Don't take a leap In *ve dark, but be ad? vised by this wonderful man. Great? est Prophet In existence. He always Succeeds when al fall. This is the chance of a life time. Don't let it pasa you. Office hours: 9 ?. M to *;30 P. M. aday: 2:30 to T:li P. M. N. B.?Our consultation Fee Is SO cents. Sittings. $1 oft. All let? ters containing $1.00 will be answer ? full. >l\l\ oil ? I G.10 S. 8th Bl Philadelphia. Pa. ?Now Is tho time Fend your advertisement to the PLANET and flfcecban?cs' Savings 3Bank >ND, V 5* \ NORTH THIRD STREET. Capital, $25,000. Money received on deposit ar.ci interest paid on amounts ;it> o which remains on days and (?ver. Money Loaned ? factory Security. Business ? ?.v ?nuts Haudled Promptly. Amounts of ten cents and upwards received ou deposit This establishment is fitted up in 'be m??.t unpmved "tyle, having a larg> white vault, burlar ?pm>f st?? . ?i conven ? for safety and the aooonani?odation ol For all informali! r. ?. Loans, etc.. apply to tht Oasi. Hanking Hours have txsen arranged for th<? special ???t?? ing pe? .pleas follows: V A.M. to 4 ? .rdays, t? | 3 P. * W. ein?? ShtcniHV at ? F M. sad open again at 6 P. M., remaining open ritil * ? M. Call by aa yon come trota an OFFICERS: JOHN ? ITCB III. JR.. Presides!. ?. ?. Jl>> \ ? ??? >, \ 1er-Presiden I THUS. H.WUII. < a?hlrr. HOARD OF DIRBOTOR8: Rav W G Graham, D D , Jko. R Oui Bfi, B. P. Yaxosbvall. B. R. JarrsHSos H F J ?vathas, Tin.mas ttaara D J. Chavbbs J. O Faki ci Ja ?a??,??, ?. A. Washik. - R ? \\ HiTiNO. Wu. AM(isrM?>. J. J. Oakvbs JOHN MITCHELL. JR. Paas. THOMAS M CRUMP, fis The J V Hawkin's HAIR grower & a,l?C? ?. ?. XA Cl? Will 11 fr ppgTHppp, ?'traue mark ??umilili j Haa proT??d to be a fortune to many of the ??? f?..rtunat?s, who are to-day delighted with ita wouderfnl results. The sienta of this ^r?ai hair preparatali nutnrally places it in a sphere all of its own, aua th<? glowing terms in which onr patrons ?peak of it r?assures ne of ita satia factory result?. We can well boast of a large patronage throughout this and other fitate? and also enjoys the coinnieiidntioii of the very best white un? [?????-? in this immediate com? munity. In order to convince the most skeptl cal reader?? of the merits and r?duits of tbe J. V. Hawkins Hair (imwer and Restorer, we wil) LsOaa ttaae to sfasa pvoiaaa in print the photo? graphs of those giving us permission to do sc, who have used onr preparation and are to-day amosg the many bearing witness of its genuine qualities. We do not desire tbe correspondence of those expecting a miracle or any tmng unreasonable Our pre pa ration is a natural and pure compound, the ingredients of which we wonl.l MM hesitare to put in print. We will just here r,? timid the public that the United Slates Government has placed national patent rights on cur hair preparation by whim it is prof ?acted and we ?axe in turn issponsible to the government for hon est methods ana square dealings. It will positively remove Dandruff, Core Scalp of all impurities, Restore Hair on Clean Temples or Raid Heads, wh-re the root* are not dead. 'Palesa;?So cts. ?*t box; eight boxes, $3.?SO expresa prepaid. ? he Pace Heaotifler makes the use of powder en? tirsi* unnecessary, and is perfectly harmless. Bale prices; 35, fiOots and $1.00. Money can be sent by Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order ?V?f A charge wf Htcts. extra is im posso ob all oui of city orders. "^Ql Address all communications to MME. J. V. HAWKINS, ?12 X. First Street, ? Richmond, Va WHOSE, 4601. _ 'OorrespondencA? strictly confidential."^Q? 'Phone, 577. Richmond, Va A. D. PRICE, funeral Director, Emboimer and Liveryman. AU ?arder? promptly filled at short notice by telegraph or t?l?phona Halls rented for meetings and nloe ?entertainments. Plsnty ot room with all necessary conveniences. Large planie or band wagr-is for hire at reasonable rates and nothing but Irst-ciase carriages, buggies, ate. Keepe constantly on band Ine funeral supplies. -eajf*?- No. 2?2 East Leigh Street. M sesti ?? ce Meat Suo*. OPEN ALL DAY & NIGHT.?Man on D?ty AH Night W. I.JOHNSON, PUNERkL DIRECTOR"AMD EMBALMBR. QfBtt A W-ttCfOoms, 207 N. Foushee St? Corn? Broa/ RACKS FOR HIRE: fhdtac by Telephone or Telegraph tilled. Wedding, Sup > per? ?and Entertainments promptly attended. ?a V4 Vkim* 666, Residence In Building, New Pbooe, it SOUTHERN KAIL WAY TRAINS LBAVB B/CHMOND ? ? ? Following arhorinle fleur.? puhlianrd only as information, an?! ire not tr'>arant?>?<d. TJvt. m. daily L<?-el tor Cha ; 11:1'a m ?In Buff??? ?????p??? to Atla-v vn . <.? < irl'-an*. ???p irti and all the Pouf h Thr< na?? Citv, Oxford. Dur? ham an?! Kale gh. 6;00p m ??. ??p???t.??'?^ ll.?'l> m dally i Pullman ready ai ?;*'p m r ? ?ORI MVB 4;Wp m r ;?. ,0 Wtwg ? f,r Baltimore afondara. ' W.Mn?"Kr? r? and Kriflara. I:1*B >" ? al t<> W,?.f r-,.:nt Mon? dar. W ??. ?. Uht f nd KH.tar ? *.'. ? ?.. F <-al W? TKAIN? AKB?VK RICH ? - r*rom a': ?he rVfth m ?*rr?m ''>,?r!ntu?. Durham. Chsae Kal. iK'han?! ?< ral *t?t ? ; 11. ara torsi stations. 0 1? * . an(l Weaa M ?a. m , W?"!n?-il? -lav? No ?, I Up '?i Ko G8 Fr int and lo ?In *t. Wcami??? ? ?M E Main ??.. R?rh??.o^?i V?. C il ?????t. IUhiiwh?? &(h>n.Hvr. Pass Traf Mar W. H t? f. a Washington. O C Finan Richmond. Freder G (? G ?cksburg. and Poto va a a mac k??ro#4 "r"raln? l.eav? ?Mohiaond-Northward. ????t Bvrri st Tsronaa ? a) a m. dally Mei- st through. Mam M Througn.al] Pullman t n.inday. Byrd st. Through Iman cars ? m . w??*?* dar?. Baa A-hla??? ?wn a. m . daily Byrd aa Through. ; noon. week dava Brr<l <?t Throagh. G?????????? I birg ? v*!n St. Throng*. ? day?. Kll>a. Adulane eoeo?? Tliroueh. ward ?- ni . w?v* and aooom Through. ? rhroogn. . . dally Malti SS. Through ? ?f< day? '.nd aooon? i> m.. dailr.Hvr Loca . . in. dally. Main St. Through. AU . MainatT . I ars ??a - train arriving Ktch lays siiti i>?-al ao.virn? - ??f arnva:? and departure and oon ? .\>. 1MK ? TAVI.')K Aas t Traf Mgr. SCENIC ROUTE TO THE WEST INNATI, INDIANAPOLIS, IT. Loris CHU ? i.nrisviLLB. HIS. 2:16 p ni. und l 1 :00 p. m. dally. U ! ILI RAIN'.*?. 7:SO s. m. dally and 6:15 p. m. weak dava EWS, .NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. Local For Newport News snd OLD re INT. ?;8n s. m. and b ? ? *?-rk Raya. j.\.m?:s kiN ?:? ? " ? p? daily ?I Savty. Arn? V ?at 4G 30 A. M. :.i ??; 45 East. ??*?.?* A >? " P. M.. ??- ?? ? ? , *?:? ? ailj "h? Wun.lay.) f LI) IJUMLMUN SThUiSHIJ' CO. MilHT LINi: IO? NOkl OLK r .? (foot nt ? r* M., stopping at ?' any, Lao round trip, tn lading sts ?? th, msats Sue. eacb Htn*u'.r? to Ht?-aii.?-r ? Wharf I MiV MU \OKK ??I.I I .in,? Strainer? ?? iiday . in Norf la with Main Une - .ri?: day at 7 ?* M . al?o Norfolk and ?at W A. M ana U I' M .?neChm?? m . aaa 11-, m ? iiatlv (,-i lay 1 at ? with Main I ii? Hhi)w ?ailing at t ? M. 1 ? ???????!. VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COMPANY. Jam?-? Kivrr Bay I.In?. 'ita* 1????? Monday W? ay at Ta. m. for Nnrfoi l'oint. Nrwport News, ? la River landing?, ami ronne i Point '? r Wn gton haltin.or NOrlli sut,? riK^m?? rxaerved for t ? ? Electric mr? dir t<> th?? wharf Kar? only $1 in'and Nor,o r'r?-ight rvcetvrd for a?-ove nai:;cl pia??** an all polutN in East ?t? Virginia ai d North On TrMra. 1?VIN WKlrtfOKN.Ui-n'lMgr E. A Barla-r. Jr . .????crnary. Norfolk and W?estern R. R. LKAVF KM II MOM) (DAILY), BTatB STKKET STATION. ? :<M A. m NoarOLR LIMITED Arrive? at V >rfo4k 11 ju A M Stop* oaly at Petersburg, Waverly and Suffolk. ?IDA M , CHI? Ali*? EXPRESS Buffet Pa? lor i'?r r"?-t?r-?Kurg to Lynch burg aiul Koanok Pullmaii imhua and HlurrtfUi t<> Cinrlnnattl.alan ; ? no a ville and Knox?dU?< to Chattanooga and Mam phaa. F. M Rianok?? Exprea? for Fa-mvllle Lynchtiurg and i osa a:<Xi p M . <<..an shore Umlt?sd AriirM Norf oik 6 JO P M HtotM only at Petersburg Waverly and Suffolk ? th Steamer t?, BoaSeja, rovideni e. NfW York, Baltimo-? and Washington ?1 ??? 1?. M . for Not folk and all statlona ?awl of Petersburg. ?toc M mv ONIJAM IBOHT i.iKB. Pull? man sleeper Kl'-hmonu to Lynohburg. Friers burg to Uoanvika: Lvnohbarg to ? 'hattanooga Memphis and New Orleans. Cafe Inning Car Traina arrive? from tke west 7 :3C> a. m-,2.?6 S. at and s fio p. m, from Norfolk 11 SJ*. aa. (IIIIm NgtCSJ East Mala Street W. B. BEVILI.. C. H. BOeLBT 'ien. Pasa. Act Dlv. Pam Agaai ATLaANTIC coast line CVTatCTlVB ???GG??. Trains l??ve Richmond dally ; Tor Florida and -outh.V;06A. M . T S5 fcnJ yor Norfolk. ?flO A- M-, ?,00 P. M ?nd \tM P. M. For N. a W. By. Went. LI10 and ?.?? G F^r Petersburg ??A. M. 12:10. 8??. ?.??. ? ,-U) and 11 JH0 P. M. ? _ _. Kor Ooldaboro and Fayettevllle. ?8:58 P.M. Trains arrive Richmond dally. 510. ??i? ??10 ?6 aad ll.SU A. M..M0U. ??, ? 30, e.00 and aw ? m. _, ? Bxcept Sor day. ?? Sunday only. C. S. CAa?PUE> * ?. P. A -IME Gustalo House, 702 Cost Broad Street. Having remodeled ray BAR, snd hsr injc an ap-to-date place, I am prepared to aerve my /rienda and the public st the same old atand. CHOICE WI5IE?,l''<i^RSJlt:IeABiS First Class Restaurant, gir mbals at all HOURS, naaa .New 'Patos* lidi, WM. CUST?LO, - Prop. ?liria?' ar aessd aa your JOB WORK; ara da? it aiaetf. Ws da ? ?jalekty.