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SEWING MACHINES
NOT MADB BY THE TRUST,
WE glvo a ilvo-voara' gtinrnhteo with
ovory oho. Drop-hcnd hall-bearing
mnchlnoB with hard wood cnsoa,
" Tho Blohiuoiul." for.. _i?<?0
" Tho Ittk-nvootl," for..,.:. $25.00
Theso aro gvirrnntocd to bo tho Biuno
grmlo ns you pny &U5 for.
COHEITS COLUMNS OF ECONOMY
THERBISA
NEW PORCH $HADE.
WB _AVB THB SOLB AO-NCY.
They oouie ln varlotlB colors, aro vroatho
prpof?prnotleal 1y indeflfcrucliblo.
?.
A Sale of Linens.
; What aro we doing? Selling for a third and less,
the identical linens that ovorybody is getting fall price
for.
Dnmnsk to mnteh Napkms?n. yard
81.00.
ExtraAvcight German Lincn Din
ner Nnpkins?full % sizc?a dozen
$1.25. ;; m
60 Dor.cn Turklsh Bnth Towols?
cxtra lnrgc size?beat $2.00 dozen
ones; each 12&0.
Extra Large Size Linen Huok tow?
els?20x40 int'lics?each 12Vio. j
200 Dozen Lincn fluck Towels,
hemmed, spccinl vnlue, to bo sold
ench Sc.
750 YARDS WHITE SHIRT
WAIST LINEN.?Full yard wlde and
pure lincn soft fmishcd, a yard 26o.
Lincn Sniting iy4 yards wide, pure
whlte, soft, round Ihrend, made es
pccinlly for einbroirtory?a ynrd 50c.
Linen Sniting, puro whlte?speclal
60c. value, a yard 30c.
Brown Sniting Llnen?Extra wldth
26c. valuo, a yard 17c. j
Imported Mercerizcd Tnblo Dnm
asks, n the handsomest 'dauiask
designs?etripes and large floral ef
fects on heavy sntin grounds?03 in
chos wlde, per yard, 60a. ,
2 yards ,wldc for 76c.
22'lucti Dinncr Nnpkins?to tnatch
clotlis?a dozen $1.50.
Tablo. Dnmnsks, bleaclicd, some
with red bordors, 50c. grnde, a yard
3Sc.
Tho heavicst crcntn linen daniasks
made cspecially for hnrd, every-dny
wear. Will Vnsli wliilc in a few
washings?a yard, 4Sc.
80 Dozen Dinner Nnpkins?% sizo
pure whito damask, n dozen. Speclal
69c.
Thu Fhiost Irish Linen Damask
Dinner NnpkbiB?largo tobo design?
1 apeoial good value j n dozen $2.50.
Colored Dress Fabrics.
The assortment was never more complete. Our after
Easter Reduction Sale starts on all the dress fabrics
to-day. Come and take your pick at a great savmg of
price
50C ALBATROSS FOR 39c?These
are all-wool and nro here in all
shades. , _.
75c. VOILES FOR 50c?These
are 45 inches wide and aro in tho
most beautiful shades.
75c, CREAM BRILLIANTS FOR
48c?These are in plain nnd laco cf
fects. -i.
$a.oo AOLINES FOR $1.19?These
are silk nnd wool, 40 inches wide and
come in all new shades.
75c. MISTRALS FOR 46c?This
is one of tho newest fabrics and
comes in all colors.
$1.00 SNOWFLAKE SIJITINGS
FOR 50c?64 inches' wide nnd one
of this senaon's bost get-ups.
$1.00 CORDED ETAMINES FOR
69c.?Theso are in all the new shades
and porfectly beautiful.
3Sc. CHALLIES FOR 35c?These
aro silk and wool nnd maghificcnt
designs.
WOOL VOILES FOR 10c. A.
YARD?Theso look Hke the 30c.
fabrics and are in cream, ligbt blue
and pink.
$20,000 Worth of Silks
TO BE SOLD AT A SACRIFICE. OUR AFTER
EASTER REDUCTION SALE.
We know its late and we are not the House to stand
back and wait for high prices. They must go, time has
arrived and prices in the day's columns will be even
more convincing than our statement of the conchtions.
The sale begins Monday morning at 9 o'Clock.
$1.50 BLACK TAFFETA SILKS
FOR $1.00?These aro 30 inches wide
and flno imported fabrics, full lus
trous nnd guarnntced to wear.
$2.25 BLACK TAFFETAS ARE
TO BE CLOSED OUT FOR $1.19?
Theae aro kid finished and guaran
teed to wear, embroidercd on sel
vedge, gottcn up especlally for full
69c. "for fancy silks that
WERE 89.?These f.re stripo and
check Taffelas, plain and .glacc fin?
ish, the popular bluo and Whlte and
black and white effects.
98c. BLACK PONGEES FOR 58c.
These are of dull mourning finish
und are new this season.
50c. YAN KI PONGEES FOR
25c?These are in street or ovening
uolors and a splendid lustrous finish.
89c. BLACK JAP SILKS FOR 50c
This is perspirntion-proof, flnest
crow black and sutin lusteiv
$:.oo WASH TAFFETAS FOR
50c.?These are plain and corded ef?
fects, in spring and sumnier color
irigs and black.
85c. BLACK PEAU DE SOIE FOR
50c.?This is pure silk, full lustrous
nnd n grcnt fnbric for wear.
? $1.50 BLACK PEAU DE LAVANT
FOR $1.00?It's excjulsite blnck, dou
hlc fnce and puro Lvons dyc.
51.19 EMRROIDERED SHAN
TUNGS FOR 85c?These nro in the
natural colors nnd luirader bcauti
fullv.
39c. WHITE HABUTAI FOR 23c.
Thls is pure silk and rcal hand
woven Jap.
75C.CRYSTAL CORDS FOR 39c?
20 differenl colors, all are pure silk
and wear well.
$1.00 SHANTUNGS FOR 69c?
Theso nre 27 inches wide nnd nro
in ilie now baniboo color.
A PAPER WAIST PATTERN, any
size, with every purchase of 25c and
over, in Wash Goods Department.
(MAIN FLOOK.)
F&EE
The EiaJ-gain B^sement Stttef
Have you scen it?
iG J-3C. SATIN STRIPE MADRAS
FOR 8"4c?Theso nre in ncnt print
ed dosigiis nnd morccrlzcdj 1 to 10
yitrd lcngllia.
8n/4c. BLEACHED COTTON FOR
5B40.?This 4-4 Uticaj no botter
briind on tlio mnrkot.
5C. SHIRTING ' PRINTS FOR
33/4c.?Theso nre nll now, noat ef
fectsj best mnkes.
laVic. PERCALES FOR 8%c.?
Thesa nre tlie Son lslnnds, full yunl
wlde, ihis senson's designs.
t6%c. HOPSACKING FOR 8%a?
Those nro moreerized, liglit groiinds
nnd new printing.
ia'i/gc; FRENCH MADRAS FOR
6y4C,__TliGSR nre in cords nnd fancy
printcd eltcota.
ioc. PERCALES FOR 5% c.?Full
4-4, in linen, chnmbray and othor
now effects.
7c. BROWN COTTON FOR 4% c?
This full yitrd wido, ono of llio bost
known brands.
8c. BLEACH CAMBRIC FOR 41/sf
Full yard wido and vory nice qual
' 'g'v,c. APRON GINGHAMS FOR
4h/Ci?All colors and aize ohecks.
$3.00 MARSEILLES QUILTS FOR
$i.98?Tliese Ure satin flnishod,
honvily' oinbroidbrodj pinks and ligh't
bluo only. ?_?
$2.00 AND $2.50 CROCHET
QUILTS FOR $1.50?Tliese nro not
nll perfectj but nll aro worlh tho
prico statcd abovo.
75 AND 00c. CROCHET QUILTS
FOR 50c.?Theso are Marscillcs de?
signs, nnd 42 is all we have of 'cm.
Don't fail if you liaven't. It cost you money not to.
75c. SHEETS FOR 60c?These are
homatitohedj thoso aro full blcaohcd
nnd dottble-bed sizo.
38c. BROWN SHEETS FOR ajo;?
Theso aro for Binglo nnd % beds.
15c. PILL0W CASES FOR 10c?
These 42 and 45x110, hemstitehed}
only a llmitod quantity 011 hatnl.
20c. BOLSTER CASES FOR 15c?
Tliese nro 2 ynrds long nnd plain
licuuncd. .'
2,000 yards Fincst Blnek Beetlo
Forcalino, 6 to ,8-vard Icnglhs, of
the 20 and 25c. quality, for 12y2e.
vard.'
250 ynrds Finc Sccilinn Pcrcahno,
2 to 0-yard lengths, of the 10c. qual?
ity, for 5%c. ynrd.
Blaok Moreerized Satteon, the best
25c. quality, is 15o. yard.
Black nnd Colorcd PerctiHno Lln
ings, bost 12Vic. quality, for 8i/2c.
vard.
DrcssmakorB' Lining Cambrica,
black, grays and white, best 5c;.
quality, for 2%c. yard.
300' Pcrimle Shirt-Wnists, well
liiade. various aubslantinl colors, all
sizes, choico 10n.
. Altruetive White Indin Linon
'Waists, tucked with enibroidcry in
sortion. full poucli slcovcs, regular
00c. valuo. for 35c.
Fancy Silkolines, 10c. grade, por
vard, 6y2c.
Swiss Muslin, for curtains, best
121/oC. grade, per yard, 0%c.
Lnce Stripo Etamines, in corn and
colorod stripes, l'2'/ac grado, por
yard, G'/sC ,
Fancy Swiss Muslin BufTlod Cur?
tains, $1.00 gradc, pcr pair, 05o.
Nottingbam Lnce Curtnlna, in odd
atrlpa, with piUrs to. match, vrorth
$1.00, cuoh, 33c.
Lnco Curtains, in attraottvo' pat
terhs, $1.48 grade, per pair, $1.00
epeeinl.
Whlto Shirtlng Madraa, nierce
rlzcd, best 12% and 18o. grades, a
yard, 8c,
Fino Shcer Whito Indla Linons,
usunlly 10 and ]2*/8c. n ynrd, 7%o.
Slicoi' Whito Indlu Linons, 2,700
ynrds, nll grudes to 10c, pick any
for &%c.
]2%o. Whito Piques nro priced,
a ynrd, G^o.
(Ladies' Shirt-Waist Suits, of
lnwn, inadras, nnd Oxford i cloth,
worlh to $3.75, for $1.50.
Lndfes' Full-Flnre Walkng Skirta,
in Oxford nnd black, for.00c.
Ladios' Tailor-Mndo Suits, bluo
only, fly-frdht jackets, for $1.00.
10-quart Galvanizod YVator Tails
for 14c.
10-qunrt Retinned Tails for 10c.
10-inoh Squaro Jefly Puns for 3o.
Lipped Saucopnns.for 4, 0, 8 and
10c. ench.
Tin BnsitiB for 4 nnd 7e.
Heavy Retinned'Collundcrs for 7c.
Foot Tiiba for 22c.
? Doublc-Coatcd Graiiito Toapots, 2,
3 nnd 4-quart, 20, 33 and 30o.
8 and 10-quart Granito Colfec
B.oilers for 50e.
'7-inch Granito Pio-Platos for 3o.
Granite Pudding Pans, 1, 2, 4 and
fi-quart, 10, 12, 17'and 20c.
White China Cttps and- Saucers,
nieo wnre, for 5c.
Whito Tea Plntes for 5c.
White Soup Plntes for 6c.
THIS IS ONE OF THE IMPORTANT POINTS TO
BE VISITED THIS WEEK. $12.50 NOVELTY OLOTH
SUITS ARE $9.00. These have box pleated blouse,
military cape and postillion belt.
$25 FINE BROADCLOTH SUITS
FOR, $15.00?These are in all the
new colorings and have silk drop
skirts.
FOULARD SUITS, nieely trim?
med with rows of faggoting and
lanrc pearl buttons, $5.08.
WHITE MOHAIR SUITS, with
broad hemstitclied tucks, tho now
est models, $7.50.
BROADCLOTH WALKING SKIRTS
FOR $1.98?These are in black mid
navy blue, strnp and, button trim?
med and well tailored.
All-Wool Cheviot Skirts, in blaok
and navy, nowoat designs, for $3.50.
$8.50 ALL-WOOL COVERT CLOTH
SKIRTS FOR $5.00?These aro kilt
pleated, cordod bottom and , extra
spliced.
TAFFETA BOX COATS FOR
$3,5o?Theso nre full pleated slceves,
ripple collar, corded with whito silk.
Pongee Coats, in all the latcst
effects, for $10.00.
CHILDREN-S TAFFETA REEF
ERS, with trimmed collars, all sizes,
$3.50.
$5.00 Children'B Cloth Rccfers for
$1.00?Theso are in red, blue and
tan cloth.
Over 20 cases are here again this week at the new
prices. After Easter the Wholesale Prices are low'er.
We were'waiting for the drop. It came, and to-day we
start out with an entire new line of sfcuffs ; new and
lower prices everywhere.
i9c. FRENCH DIMITIES FOR
i2y2c?Theso are in white and tint
ed L'rounds; beautiful effects.
25c. EMBROIDERED MERCE
RIZED DOT MOUSSELINES FOR
16c?Tliese are in white and colored
irroundi.
50c. FRENCH ORGANDIES FOR
igc?These are 2 yarda wide, very
line and slieer. _
,2i/,c. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS FOR
10c?Theso aro in plaiu and corded
efl'ects, 200 designs to chooso from.
25c. OXFORDS , FOR 162-30.?
These are moreerized fabries, in the
new solid color effects.
81-3C. BATISTE FOR 5%c?
These are English fabries and are all
now designs.
10 2-3 PIQUE WELTS FOR 12y2c.
White nnd colored grounds. printed
with polka dots, stripes and small
figures
25c. BLACK EMROIDERED MUS
LIN FOR 15c?These are all in the
seed-dot desjgn and raven black.
18c. FRENCH CHAMBRAYS FOR
12*/*>?.?These nro nearly yard wido
and getable in all the solid colors; a
reliable wash fabric. .
White Goods Thafll
Appeal to All.
To some because of their
beauty, to others becanse of
their style, to still others be?
canse of their quality, to all be?
canse of their Low Prices.
White Shirt Wnist Madras, about
1000 ynrds. Strlpes, such aa you
seo elsowhore nt 12yzc, priced here
per yard 8%c.
00 Pieces Sheer flno white India
Linon, will bo placed on sale Monday
a yard 10c.
Linon De Dacco?the finest 25c.
grado over sold, the spoeial price a
yard 10 2-3c.
India Llnons, the- new linen fin
ibIi?beautiful nnd sheor?a yard
12%c,
The heavicst 35c. white corded ?
Pique wolts aro priced 10c.
Fancy White Figured Oxfords, en
tirely now, for waists nnd suits, a
yard*, 12'/2c.
40-inch wide white npron Inwn.
10c. value, the yard, OVgC.
Tho New Silk Mercerizod Striped
Mndrns Shirting, yard wide?17c.
rogularly?a yard 10c.
Whits' Wash Chiffons and Paris
Mousselines. Tbe daintiest and
prettiest of all the summer airy
stuffs?these 40-!nches wide cost
usunlly 37, 45 and 50c, our prices
por yard, 10, 25 nnd 20c.
3000 yards white Porsian Lawns,
double fold?extra fine sheer?35 to
50c. grades, por yard 19c.
Moreerized Soft inished Oxfords.
Everywhero 10c; theso per yard
12'/2c*.
Tbo liandsomest 35c. white im?
ported fihirtings?yard wide?special
a yard 17c.
Checked Nainsooks, best at 12'^c.,
aro priced, a yard 8c
Renl English Long Cloth?finest
soft finish?a piece of 12 yards for
$1.38.
White French Embroidered Dotted
Muslins?fine seed dots, a yard?
37c valuo 20c
Whito Corded Piquc-Mndras, in
stead of 10c tho price per yard 0yao.
3,000 Rolli off
Wrapper Stewined
Mattlngs.
The steamBhip Oardinia
from Kobe, Japan, encount
ered heavy loss during hor
voyngo and a great doal of
hor cargo wub thmiaged.
Those woro sold by order of
the Board of Undorwriters
to tho highest bidder. Thero
"were 20,000 rolls of which wo
got 8,000. The Mitttings aro
as good as over, only tho
outsido wrappers are soilod.
All will be on sale Monday.
THIS WILL BE ONE OF
GBEATEST MATTING
BARGAIN SALES OF THE
YEAR,
iai/,c. MATTINGS FOR 7c. A
YARD?These are fancy chlna and
pretty designs.
15c. MATTING FOR 10c.?These
are the Jointlcss Chlna onee, in.
new designs. '
20C MATTINGS FOR i3y?c?
These are faney llingo Mattings,
in very styllsh weaves, fabrio
warp.
. 35c. MATTINGS FOR aoc. A
YARD?Theso aro neavy China
Mattings, in small weaves and all
new designs.
40c. MATTINGS FOR 350?
Theso are the Double Extra Heavy
China Mattings, in very styliah
weaves.
35c. MATTINGS FOR-20c?
Theso aro Pura Linen Warps and
Carpet Designs.
25c. FOR 40c. MATTINGS?
These aro Heavy Linen Warp
Damnsk Mnttings, in all colors.
40c. MATTINGS FOR 25c.?
These aro Heavy White Inlaid
Mattings; beautiful designs.
Our Men's Furnishings.
The. Department is ori the top
for up-to-date dressors.
Mons' new spring negllgeo shirts,
exquislte designs for 98c, 7So., .ind
50c.
Mens' Fast Black Half-Hose, the
uaual 20c. grades are 12'/ic.
Mons' 50c. silk neck weara for 26c.
Mens' Balbriggan Shirts and draw
crs?COc quality for 30o.
Mens' Cambrio Night Robe?plain
or fanoy-trimmed?for 60o.
Mons' Fine White unlaundered
shirts for 3D and 60c.
Hints from the
Notion Department.
Alox. King's Soft Finish Machine.
spool cotton?all numbers?3 spools
for 5c.
Nlckol Safety Pins?assorted sizes
oh card for lc card.
12 yards roll tape, all widths for
5c. picco.
Silk senni bindfng?all ? colors 7c.
pieco.
Horfic-Slioe hair pins, 16c. ones in
shell and nmber for 10c.
400 EnglisK pins for 2c paper.
Silk Btitched gnrtor clastio?all
colors?10c kind for 5c. a yarri.
5c. hook and eyes, all aizca, for lc.
card.
Coract Steels, 5 and 6-hook for 3c
Large 10c pins cubea 100 pines for
5c
All colors Moreerized Embroidery
Cotton, always 6c, for 3c.
Smith's Needles; alwaya 5c, for
3c. a paper.
Milliner 8c needles for 5c, a paper.
All colors spool silk .3 l-3c. spool.
whito beading?10 patterns to ao
Iect from?for 3c. apicce.
600 pearl shirt-wniBt sots, with
silver trimmings, made to scll at
25c, for 10c a aet.
Mllllnery Depiriment.
IF we dltln't my nnothor word ln
tho paper nboiitj our Spring Mll
llnory from now on tho rooms would
probably be orowded evory dny. for
tho women havo fmmil out whoro
tho bost stylos aro to bo had?but wo
llko to glvo aa many fnshloti blnts
aa posalolo.
If you watch tho fltrootsfor algna-'
of Spring Mllllnory you will booii
boo that nenrly all tho young peoplo
aro.wearlng tho Hlmpfo sUfr siyllor
hats with thoir tnllor-mudo gowns.
Wo'vo full Uneof 'omat$ 1,50, from
tnat to *6,
000 Kcady-to-Wenr Huta from
$1.90 to 4.00.
CohenV Always
for Lining-".
This pui'oliaso amountod to a
littlo over 4,000 yards. I3uy 'em
to-day and -save money.
93c. LININGS FOR 170.?This is
apun silk, soft flnishod nnd rustling,
getablo ln a"' colors, including blnck.
Soft Finished, Light VVolght Dresa
Caiivnss, nll colora .nnd black, for
lOo. a ynrd.
Sunshine Silk Linings, the new
thlng for llght-welght fabries, in
apring Bhndes, for 26o. a ynrd.
Black Silk Finished Gloria Waist
Linings, nterllng dye, for 17c. a ynrd.
Mofro Veloura, nll now spring
ahndes, for 25c. a ynrd.
Black Percallne Linings, tho grndo
that cost 15c. to make, for 12yac. a
ynrd.
Our White and
Brass Bed Purchase
?was a boon to thoso that needod
them. Plenty loft yet?all are
sold at about the usual price.
WHITE ENAMEL BEDS?ANY
Ske?$1.98.
White and brasa trimmed iron beds
for $2.76.'
White bods, brnss knobs and raila
for $4.50. ?
Three-piece white beds?best
springs included?$0,'f5.
Others at $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 nnd
$15.00.
Solid brass beda at $22. to $00.
Our Shirt W&istr.
Have you seen them? They're
difforent, entirely, from the kihd
that's usually sold. Thoy aro
artistio, and made by tho best
shirt-waist builder in the
country, to-day.
Whito Oxford Cloth shirt waist,
ploated front, large pearl buttona,
full pouch sleevo,, $1.25 oncea, all
sizes, for 70o.
Whlto Pique ehirt , waist, hem
stitched-tucked. yoko, full blouse,
now collar, stylish and attractivo, for
$1.00.
Beautiful f igured merccrized waist
various deslgna, broad tucks, stitch
ed, largo buttons. regular $2.50 ones
for $1.05.
Stylish Puro Linen waist, launder
ed collar and cuffs, strictly man
tailored, all sizes, for $2.75.
Heavy Oxford waist, pleated front,
trimmed with grape mcdallion, very
effective, for 75c.
Neat and servioeable porcalo waisl,
polka dot and stripe effect, best
quality and well made, all sizes for
60c.
"Bring Your Boy_-\"
The Olothing Departnient is
one of our main features. To
day thore-will be spocial of 'em.
A Half-Price Sale.
Boys' threc-pieco sults of fine, all
wool material, new and stylish gar
nientsj $0.00 ones for $3.50.
Boys' all-wool spring suits, niccly
made, stylish cuts, for $1.48.
Boys' spring woollen pants, new
cuts, 4 to 17-year sizes, for 50c. a
pair.
Laclies' Blaok
Lace Hoso, tho
best 25c. stylo, for
14c.
Ladies' Mu'slln Nlght Gowns,
tuckcd yokes, full sizea 25c. (In
baiement).
Valeiieienncs Lacea?a lot of
25e. onoa, a dozen 15c,
39c. Whiting writlng paper for
19c. Thls is liuiod nnd put up
inboxos24 sheta nndenvelopea to
box. (Basemcnt.)
Lndies' Night
Gowiia, worth 76c,
for 50(3. (Main
Floor.)
Gold nnd silvcr hnmlle glorla
umbrollns for lndies for 30c (ninin
floor.)
Embroidered silk neckwear for
ladies, Ihis season's best 50c. and
00c. stvlcs, oa'cli 35c.
Silk 1'nrnsols i
Btylcs?for luclins
i a vnrioty
-are 151.50.
of
Lndies' Black
Hoao, plain and
fancy styles, a
pnir, 4c. (In Baso
ment.)
Wash Petticonts of atriped
ginghaina, best 50c. ones, aro 20c.
(In baaeiiieiit).
200 dozen towela, fringed or
hemined, nll sizcs nnd kinds 3o.
(Iu bnaement.)
10c. papor-bonnd books for 3c.
600 t.itlns by well-known authois,
(Basemcnt.)
Laco Galvons, a
lot of 8 nnd 10c
ones for 3c. (Main
Floor.)
Silk trimmed ribbed undervosta
for lndies?extrat-full largo aizes
10c (ln basoment).
Blnck silk inercerized under
skirfs, deep accordion plented
flounco, for 00c. (Secpnd floor.)
pcpr
sejts
Lndies' summor corsdta, various
styles, length'8 nnd aizes, sold for
$l'.00 nnd $1.60, spocial 60c.
I
lQc. Linen Huck
Towels, o x t r a
largo, h e m m o d
onos, each 10c. (In
Basement.)
Misses and boys' full aoamleas
black ribbed hose?all aizoa?15
and 17c. ones, a pair 10c. (Main
floor).
Embroidered handkcrchiefs over
500 dozen?valuoa lOo to 50c?
choico of any I2y3c (Main floor).
Boys' Negligoe alilrts?worth
50c? for 26o.
White Hem
stitched Hnndker
chiefa, uaually 5c,
for 2c. (Main
Floor.)
Infants' capa, 26 styles, plain
effect or elaborntoly trimmed,
usiial 50o. valuo for 25c ' '
Childrens' abirred drawora bodiea
fino cambrio, well raado, 25o. ones
for 15c.
200 Corset Girdlos, fino batisto,
well boned, 50o. valuo for 26o.
100 gross Palm
Soap, largo cakos,
30 dozen kind, for
lc. cnko.
200 pieces white taffeta ribbons,
3VJ inches wide nnd worth 15c. a
ynrd, for 0'/ac. n yard.
Black spool ailk, 50-ynrds spool
for li/jc. spool.
Madnmo E. Ruppert's face
bloach?nlwaysi $1.85 bottie, for
$1.50 bottie. Box of Egyptinn bnlm
free.
BEDFORD LANDS
ARE VALUABLE
Goose Creek Valley Farms
Raise Flne Yellow Tobacco.
Frult Llttlo Damaged. ;
(Speoial to Tho Tlme..i.DI?pateh.)
MONTVALI), VA., Aprl| IS-Farms ln
tnlB Hoc.ion nro in demand, and ??v?ral
i,av. been made ln the I'a.st weolc.
?;ales hu\n oefii ii.???
Bandy Arrlnyion Bold hls farm, "? Qoosai
ooek. contalnlng '--" ?"?''"*. ut'?" **??*
rK' excellem dwelllng. to a Mr. Db;
vidson, of RlckbrldBO uounty, for J3.M0
ii niidH in tho aoosa Creek Vttl ey
$ irowln* tho flneB, ftllow wrapper
lohacco Taistd ln YlrtOnia.
jWiT LlTTl.i: PAMAOISD.
Tha frult ln thls Bectlon lb very llttlo
ownaeed. nnd the ??croaU ew" have
?eroaked to i soon. 1 hls ln not wn.it 1&
..ulled a much county; In fai t, thero aro
J,o many P?ooh prcbjrtU Whlch produca
,vell below what l? cullod tho Iron bolt
pn tho inountulltb.
The coritliiut-d ralns have greally r?
|*rd?d farmlha; operatlons, only ono lialt
ot the oat crop haa boon sown, and no
corn nt all plan'tcd, lt Is nlmost nn 1m
posalhilHy to hlro farm labor on nccount
of the nilnes, ".Vhnt furmors aro to do
ls a problmn ynt to be aolved.
Tha entertalpmont, conBlstlng ot a
drama, farce, muslc, etc, glven by the
Montvulo l.ltorary Club, nt Rdgo Mlll
Bumtnor llesort. on tho Mth waa a sttc
coss. therehy roalizlng u considornbie
Hum wltli whloh to purchaso books. Tho
club aro ereatly Indobtod to Mra. Jamea
Head fnr tlio use of hor elegant imd oopi>
roodlous houso for tho entertalnmeiit.
? S*
Dull Week in Danvillo.
'Speclul to Tho Tlnios-l)lB|iiitch.)
PANV1U.K, VA., April IS.-Tho pnat
weok has. been rathor duiier than ordi
nary on the local iobacco btvaks, and tho
sales here linlshed by noon each day.
Monday was a holldny; OQnsequontiy
there yyore no sftles, and on Tuesday they
opened up lolerubly oven, a ennslderablo
qimntliy Of wngon tobacro havlng arrlvod.
but PJl Wfilnesday tho , rooelpts woro
urnall, wblcb eoiitlmiKl lhroughout the
week. Thore has oouii no chango worlhy
of note. both lu tho oharaotor of tho of
ferings or tho prices pald. There haa
lieen but lltUo acllvlly lu any .lluos, and
tho nondescrlpt offerlng v whllo taken at
falr prices, have not been actlve. Tho
biilk of tho crop In thls aectlou has been
nuikotod. and It ls not oxpected t)iat
there will bo any aotlvity on tbo iiiurkvts
dui ii,u tho bulaiica of the proseut aeasoa.
SURVEY FOR
NEW RA1LROAD
The Copper Lands of llallfax
Bring Riches to Their
Owners?Now Rector.
(Speclal to The Tlmos-nispatoh.)
fSOUTH UOTON, Aprll lS.-Survoyors
nro JookliiB ovor tho proposod routo of
tho Jamos Hlver Valley and Karmvllle
Uuilroad, whh h lt Is sald, wlll bo bullt
throuuh Jlallfax und Pittsylvanla to Dan?
vllle. Tho routo Is by Clarkton Pepot, on
tho Norfolk and Western, und thonce a
dlrcot lluo (hrpugh tlto uppor portlon of
tho county to Darci'lllc. All land owners
havo Hlfnlntid tholr wllllngness to give
tho rlfcht to tho company.
Untll a fow weclcs pgp tho copper ra
gloti 01 Ilullfnx had been Imn'ou of In?
terest. now thero aro nuiny capll'ulists
set-klu'g to obtaln optlona on tho tnlnornl
rib'hts of many traota lylnij ln tho coppor
bolt. Tho partlnl dwvejopmont of ;ho mln
I eruls ln whut lt known aa tho "lllu'li
i lilll'' Bectlon of Mulll'ux, lius addod won
derfully to tho upbulldlng of the poo
ple. They wero yoars ago rathor poor,
but now all who hud inlneral lands are
woll to do.
Ilov. 1). Campbell Mayers, tho now
roctor of Trlnlly Church, preaehod hls
flrst acrmon laat Sunday mornlng, there
was a largo and appreclatlvo congregn
tlon. Mr. Mayers has made a most excel
lent Improsslon an all the people of the
town, Irrospoctlvo of donomliiatlona.
Mrs. Thomas K, Fry ls visitlng hor sla
ter, Mrs. 1). Kinoh, nt Chase Olty.
Mrs. s. M, Gionn and Mrs. M, a.
Brooks are ulsltlnff Mrs. R. M. C, Glenn,
ln New York.
Mrs. Rdmonds, of Cliaso CHy. ls visit?
lng Mr, and Mrs. S. C. Morfbn.
Hon. James StobbinB la rocuporatlng at
Walter's Piirk, l'a.
?-a?
Prices at South Boston.
(Ppeclnl to Tliu Tlmos-nisputcIO
SOUTH BOSTOlV. VA., April 18.?Not
withstnndlnK tho wet Beason contlnues
and farmers can do iiotlilng else but war
kot. tobacco, tho sales this woek have
only been falrly good. Only a t'ow days
dld thoy contlnuo Into tho evenlng. It la
notlceable thut good and flno wrapnera
iiro roadlly taken at pl'tces runghig from
$-.'o to 5tr.. whllo the otimmon onos are
cheaper than they havo boon- Cominon
llllera are lower than they wero last
wiek; in fact all tonnnon and nonclo
Bcrlpt types wero a llttlo off durlnjj Iho
week.
:? n^ '>/?'' ,..??? "'?
WEDNESDAY WHIST
CLUB IN STAUNTON
Dellghtful EntertalnmentThis
Past Week at the Home
of Mrs. R. S. Turk.
., (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.)
8TAUNTON, VA., Aprll IS.-The Wed?
nesday Whlst Club was dollghtfully en
lertained tliis week at the hospltable
homo of Mrs. R. S. Turk on East Main
Street. Tho large and spacloua parlors
wero crowded, and tho ontortolnment
proved a moBt enjoynble occaslon. Among
tho Jargo number Invlted wero: Judgo and
Mrs. Clhulklcy, Judgo and Mrs. Honry
.Ilolt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hangor,' Alr.
and Mrs. Horbert Smlth, Mr. and Mrs..
Dr. C'utlett, Mr. and Mrs. Martln Peny,
Mr. and Mrs. "W. P. Tarns, Pr. and Mrs.
A. S. Sprinklc, Dr. und Mrs. Lacy Olb
wii, Mr. und Mrs. James Taylor, Mr. and
Mra. lUnry Wulkor, Mr. und Mrs. James
Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. t'artor Hurrl
0op, Mr. und Mrs. Churllo liogo, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwnrd Bchols, Hon. A, C. Brax
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blackford, Mr,
and Mrs. G, P. Eurltt, Mr. and Mrs. F,
B, Webb, Mr, and Mrs. P. P, Boll, Mr.
nnd Mra. Fred. Efllngor, Mr. and Mra.
George Wlltson, Mra, Kate Stout, MIbs
Lena Boll Mlss Nettlo Foator, Mlss L\z-.
zle Klnnev, MIsp Janot Bell, Iiebt-cea
Young, Fsthor Plcklnron, Eva Tyrce, Cora
FHzhugh, AnnJe Chlld, Marle Puvall, Mr..
Sldnay VMIerson. Mr. Junlua Flshhurn,
Mr. iialdwln Parson, Mr. Irfiwrence Pey-.
ton and Dr, Armstrong.
Tha entortalnrnent Thuraday nlght un?
der the auaploes of the Unlted Paughters
of the Confoderaoy provod a, moat de?
lightful and succesBful affalr. The plays
wero brlght and very attractlve. and tho
muslc was a rare treat, The followlng
was the programme of Thursday's entor?
talnrnent:
Yooal solo, riynn Tuckcrj a I->lllyutlan
weddlng! Mlnlator, Joseph PavlB; brido,
Marjorlo Savln; groom. Thomas Ranson;
mald of honor, Muttld Taylor, flowor glr),
Klng Nelson; page, Sldney pavls; BrldOB
nialda, Ilelen-rlolllday, Margaret Ranson.
Martha Mlller. Kalhleen Dore, Mary War
den Mary Todd and Ellzabeth Pancako;
grooniBmen, Robort Burke. Charles Hc.ge,
Henry Ranson, Charllo Wo'.t. Russel Flfor,
AVIIIIain MUTor and QUl'ln Wlllson; voca)
solo, Mlss ICathorlno Soymoro ParBon;
Allco f-angley, MIbs Besslo Worthlugton;
Fantiy Motloy.'Mlss Floreiico Tyroo: duot,
Captaln DIbbloe and L. Tucker.
Vha young ladles of St. Frances' C'ath
oM *i_urch _avo au ontortatw-iiut two
nighta of thls week, nnd sorved supper,
Bnlads, Ice-creum, otc, and reallzed e.
goodly sum, to be suppllud lowards pny<
Ing for tho now wall that Is now bolntf
bullt around tho CnthoIIe Chureh,
Mlss Muhol Lltt'lg, Mlssos May and MaU
tlo Young und n number of young lndies
wont to Charlottesvljle thls weok to nt.
tend tlie., Unlverslty of Vlrginla .Knster
dancea,
Mr. Jaines Young ,who lufs boen vlslt?
ing hls sister^. Mrs. Hdw.-ird Kchols, In
thls olty, roturnod to Rlohmond Thurs?
day.
Mr, Oeorge I-Iutohlns, aflor vlwlting rela*
tlvon hero, returned to Klchmond AVed?
nnadny.
Mlss Mnrgarot Wnlko riftnr vlsltln?
frlonds In Rlohmond, rolurnocl to Staun*
ton Thursday. /
TRA1N JUMPED TRACK
Engineer Cnught Under Engine but
Not Fatally Hurt.
(Speclal tq The Tlmes-PlHpnteh.)
UBLONA, VA., Aprll IS.?Aa tho Fnrm
vlllo and Powhnlan truln was neurlng the
Btatlou yostonluy inornlnK tho onglne.
lendor and four box cars .lurnpod (be
trnck nnd rolled down tho oinbaiikmont.
Tho f'.ronian Jump'ed and waa only allght
|y hurt. Knglncer Clieuthrun, tho -jnginwfir,
was cuught under tho eiiglno, but strungo
to aay, was not futully |njurod. Tho bng
g?(r? car und pusaengor cuuehes o'tra not
(lfra)le4

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