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i i Fredericksburg Society. '""peetnl to The TlmM-blStiatch?) rnEni'i'K'KsnrBG. VA., septohiber ?4.?.preparflllonS nre being- utnrte for the Pair gorman, which will lie given in the Opera Hour*?* hofC oh Wednesday night. September SSfth, the "?CConil" day ?if the fair, whlcll ? promises lo be n billllaht event. Mr. anil Mr-, .lohn Pell Celebrated their tin v.vric?liig 'Thursday from s to 11, and received Ihe congrittulatl?ha of t.,elr ninny friends. Refreshments wore served dur? ing tho ovcnlng. Mr. nnd Mir*. Homy Johnson, of Buf? falo, sp???t 'l"li>lr^??*V;l^' hero visiting points of Ihterwt in lliclr automobile. They nro traveling to Plorlda in their niitomobile, stopping .'it places ?if interest enroute. Bt. Re?'. C. R. Nelson, D. D? Episcopal bishop or Georgia, visited his sister, Mrs. W. H. Ooolrick. In this city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming (.,. Bnlle.y have returned her?? from an extended visit South. They own the beautiful estate, ' "Chatham," .lust across the Rnppahan no'-k river from this city. Cnptc.ln "W. I). Bnrwell, United States Navy, who wns in command of the U. S. S. Oregon until a few weeks ago, .,as ro turnrncl from Shanghai, and with Mrs. Burwall are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney Bradford. Mrs. Bur well is Mr. "Bradford's sister. Miss Ber.vl Alice Barber has returned from a visit lo the Rev. J. W, Wnro and family in Culpeper. Miss "Ware returned with iier. and Is her guest. Miss tda C. M?gruder, of Georgetown, "D. C, who ?ins been spending the sum? mer at "Iillewild," tho homo of Mrs. M. A. Downmnn, near this city, has returned jiome. Mr. Henry G. Lnne, of Mathows, who has been visiting friends here, has gone to tho Tlioologlc.il Seminary to resume 'ils studies. Miss Fannle Bealo has returned homo ironl a lertg'ny visit to the Misses Brad "bury- in Orancn county. Mrs. W. S. Embrey and her daughters, Mrs. C. C. Rowlett and Miss Maud Em? brey, have returned from Atlantic City. Mi?sl Lillian Gaines, of Washington, Is visltin? Miss Alice Gammon. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Wallace and daugh? ter, M.1SS Ellen Wallace, havo returned ?Vom Atlantic City. Mrs. _")awson and Miss Mary Dawson, ?who have been visiting Captain Dan M. Lee and I'amily in Stafford, havo returned to their home, in Alexandria. J?tss Ltrrcilla Yates has returned from a protracted visit to relatives at Catons v-ille, Md. Mrs. M. B. Boive has returned from a visit to relatives hi Caroline county. Miss Marry Fltzhugh, of Richmond, was tho guest this week of Mrs. S. G. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Compton have re? turned frofcn a visit to relatives !n Bal? timore. Major Genrffo Turner and Mrs. Turner have retuVm?d from Madison, whore they tsrxmt a portion of tho summer. Mrs. W. L. Watson and daughter are visiting relatives in Philadelphia. Miss NotUl? Fltzhugh has returned from Blkton, in iBockinsham county? where ,6ho spent some time;- u - RADFORD. VA. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) RADFORD, VA., September 2'.?Gen? eral Fltzhugh Lee spent about half an hour In Badford Tuesday en route to the St. Louis Exposition. In his party were the officials of the Jamestown Exposition Company and ladles, elghty-flvo in num? ber. The special arrived at 5 P. M? and the party had 'dinner at Hotel Shore. Captain Hugh C. Preston, who returned a feiy, yen-rs ago from service In the Philippines, is critically 111 with heart disease, ana there is little chance of his recovery. Mrs. J. S. Battle will leave to-morrow for Washington city, after spending a -week with her daughter, Mrs. J. K. Co? wan. Miss Motta D. Bullard loft Monday for Birmingham. Ala., to spend the winter with her sister, Dr. Irene Bullard. Mrs. W. N. Bagland and children re? turned Monday from Virginia Beach, where they spent the summer. The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin R. carter went to Wythoville Monday to attend the birthday party of their grandfather, ex-Senator Withers. Two new teachers havo been added to Wadswoi-th School?Miss Mary Baldwin, of Fannvllle, und Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, of Indiana. Miss Louisa-Vcnttble ?left last night for "Boston, where she. will study art this -winter. Hor mother, Mrs. L. M., Venable, ?will be the guest of Mrs. William Ingles until tho 1st of October, when she will join her son nnd daughter in Boston. Miss Nelllo Smith is visiting Mrs. Wil? liam Ingles. Mr. Fred Stlckncy, ono of the masters nt St. Albans, has accepted a-position .'ii Mooney School, at Murfreesboro, Tenn Mr. Duval CrAens, ?'ho laught at St! Albans for several years, is also a master at Mooney this year." Mrs, E. V. Lambert njid children, of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Charles R ""pllng and children, of West Virginia' who have been spending the summer wltti Mrs. L. u. Bullard, left this week for their respectivo homes. Misses Margaret nnd Fannle Smith ot Montgomery, have entered Stonewall Jackson Institute. Mrs. William Hivers will leave m No? vember for a residence of sov'era] voars i.'i the Philippines. 1'icr husband, who has been in the Islands a year, is ?t pres-n* acting governor of one of tho provinces Mrs Rivers s ? daughter of Mr? j S ?wS? '" iR!lc3ford ->rl0- to Her Conner,"k ,?c.Tlan was Blv?" b>' lhe Cotillon Club Friday evening. ]ed by Mr. Weadacfte Earache Toothache Many lone weary dfiv9 and sleepless night? have been filled will? agony because of one of the above mntiiicncil complaints, it is unnecessary 10 suffer from them, will quickly drive ont tho pain. Keep It on hand for just such emergencies. There Is suro to como n time of need and Hnmllns Wlcard Oil will not tall you. Mrs. A. C. Scharfer, Groat Bend, Kan,, writes: 1 have been subject to Sick Heailnrlio fot over five years. 1 used one bottle of Hamlint Wliard Oilasdlrocted and bavo not had a Head? acbo since. Sarah Glllnsple, San Diego. Tpt,, write? I havo suffered n great deal with En radio and by the use of Hamllns Wlcard Oil 1 have bean entirely cured. P. t?, Simons, Dennlson, lows, writes: Ham* Uns Wlcard Oil Is tho best rotnedy for Sore Throat and Tootliaclie I have ever usod. I have never known it to fail? There Is only ono Wizard Oil ? Ilnnilln? *?? natno blown in the bottle. Signature " Hamlln Bros," on wrapper. Take no substitute. oOo. and $1.00. HAMLINS COUGH BALSAM Carea the Cold. Prevents Pneumonia. 25c & 50c '-*--.?' ?**? ' ?'?*?. i" ' -*? ' '" ' Hamlins Blood and Liver Pills Regulate tho Liver. Cleanse the System, ase ?Yr?Tv?^NTI HERB TEA For Woman's Ailments. 950 For Sals and Recommended by ALL DRUGGISTS Henry C. Allen. Among tho out-of-town dancers we'ro Misses Mary Lou and Helen Campbell, of Pulnskl. city; Misses Ethel and Lenolr Jones, of Knoxvllle; Miss Mil? liner, of Danville; Mr. Eckman, of Pu laskl, and Mr. Mlcow, of Kentucky. KING GEORGE PEOPLE. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) COMOIRN, VA., September 2-l.--.Rev. It. S. Mondes and family, who have been on a visit to Mrs. Mondes's parents in this county, have returned to their home in Accomac. Mrs. Jemima Mountjoy, of this neigh? borhood, has gone to Fredericksburg to spend tho fall and -winter. Rev. James F. Brannin, of Culpeper, Is a guest of Mr. John T. Minor and family at this place. Miss Suslo Majsey, of Westmoreland, who was struck by lightning the past summer and so seriously burned, is now In tho Garfleld hospital, Washington, D. C, whoro her condition Is said to be con? siderably Improved. The hospital sur? geons have grafted skin on tho burned surface. Her loving and faithful sister, Miss Gertie Massey, furnished the skin from her body to bo used for tho graft? ing. Mrs. Lawrence Washington and daugh? ter, Miss Elsie Washington, of West? moreland county, are guests of Mrs. Nan? nie B. Dohorty at Waverly, near this place. WARRENTON, VA. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) WARRENTGN, VA., September 24. Much interest Is taken by the sporting men of this section in tho Norfolk Horse Show, to be held next month. Realizing the rare opportunities extended to exhibi? tors, the easy inducement offered by the transportation companies and tno magni? tude of the show as a whole, AVarrenton sportsmen will probably attend In full force. Manager CRdward B. W. Barker Is a resident of this town, and well-known for his excellent methods and superior busi? ness ability Hon. (John F. Rlxey, Hon. narry St. George'Tucker nnd Mr. C. C. Carlln? will address tho voters of Fauquler on the political Issues of the day next Tuesday in the clerk's ofllco yard. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Solby, of Colum? bia, S. C? aro visiting near here. Colonel George Wayne Anderson, of Richmond, nnd family aro at Mrs. M. M. Greens. Dr. B. L. Hardln has returned from Europe. Miss Lucy Brooke? of Alexandria, Is the guest of Miss Lena Gaines. EMPORTA, VA. (Special to The Tlmen-DIppatch.) EMPORIA, VA., Sept. 24.?Mr, and Mrs. Carter M, Williams have returned homo from their honeymoon North and East. Work upon tho new Southern depot Is rapidly progression and will be completed by November 25th. Tho Beamnn Manufacturing Company, of Belfleld, a now enterprise recently began here, is now under good head? way. It manufactures barrels and staves, etc. Flinch ' Party. (Special to Tho TImt-s-Dlspntch.) DANVILLE, VA? September lit.?Mrs. James G. Penn entertained Friday after? noon at. flinch In honor of her guests, Mrs.. Mattle Brantley, of ?'Baltimore, Md., nnd M.r.s, Samuel Holm, of New York. The house was beautifully decorated In fall flowers, golden rod and crimson nas? turtiums. Tho reception was very ele? gant and opened the social season In thin city. Mrs. Penn was dressed In a very hancl Komo imported gown. Mrs. Helm was In whlto and Mrs. Brantley in black, o* 6) > to* u* eg u O ?*-?*?? (X) co X CD S ? *"<1' C (9 Piense fill out the blank spaeos below with tho names and addresses of your friends who have any hair or scalp troubles or are prematurely gray. We will mail them circulars in plain envelope, sealed. By doing this you muy be the means of bene? fiting your friends, and wo will highly esteem tho favor. CO., Ftic?TLOionc?, ^a., U. S. A. NAME. ADDRESS. SOCIAL LIFE AT THE I NATIONAL CAPITAL By GRACE POETER HOPKINS. _ WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 2*.?Till first week of tho Washington school yen was marked by the return of. Presiden and Mrs. Roosevelt and tho arrival In th city of tho most distinguished guests o the year, Archbishop of Canterbury an? Mrs. Davidson. , When Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt reaohe? the White House on Thursday, they foum llowors In each room, and evorythlni spick and span about the place, ready fo their fall entertaining, known in ofllcla ? parlance, ns the "small season.' Tho stnto suite of rooms on the firs I floor, which at tho request of the Prosl ; dent. Is opened to the- public during tin absence of himself and family, Is agnli enclosed, leaving only the famous ,Eas room nnd tho lower corridors open t? visitors for certain hours each day. Thes? corridors, sometimes spoken of as th? clolstor feature of tho Whlto House, an particularly Interesting because of tin fine portraits In oil ot former occupant; of tho mansion. Here, too, are to bi found specimens of tho china used durlni different administrations, nnd tho hand some mahogany dining table, aroun. which have gathered Presidents Clove land, Harrison nnd McKinley, with the! respective guests, tho old Van Buren Cab inet, and many other relics of by-gont days which rumor persistently declare: were sold nt auction after the rcnovutloi of tho Whlto Houso two years ago. From now, until tho moro formal otll clal season, which begins on New Year'! dnv, dinners', receptions, tens, and "brldgi after luncheon" will be tho programme' o: the days In town, Interspersed by Jolis times at the Country Club or on tin golf links at Chevy Chose. Tl?e second day alter their homo-comlni President and Mrs. Roosevelt began tholi dinner-giving by entertaining In honor o Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs. Dav ldson. Covors for sixty were laid nrouni an ovoJ tablo In tho Stato dining-room nnd tho samo elaborate, service was usci ns at othor formal Whlto Houso dinners Tho offlchil plato and the now ?30,00 Sovres china were brought out, with ih< bisque ligures that wore presontod to Mrs Roosevelt by Count Rochambeau on tin occasion of his recent visit to America when the statuo to his illustrious kinsmai was unveiled In Lafuyctto Square. Flow ers from' tho Whlto Houso gardens wok also a notablo foaturo of the table deco ration. On Sunday afternoon President and Mrs Roosevelt will accompany the Engllsl prelate and his wife to Mt. St. Albuns whero In tho wooded glades around tin National Cathedral Close tho distinguish? bishop will speak to an audience made \i\ of tho clergy, tho laity and the ves tec choirs of tho various Protestant Eplsclpa churches In this dlocose. The Archblshor will appear In his famous copvocntlor robes, which are said to be wonderfu creations of embroidery and heavy silk The occasion will bo like that of last fall, when all of tho noted bishops of this country. Canada and the West Indies wero present and President Roosevelt ad? dressed 'ovor ten thousand people. Bishop Doane, of Albany, N. Y.; will preach the sermon this year, and the vest? ed choirs furnish the music, assisted by the Marino Band of tho United States, Rev. Georgo C. Brutonnhl, rector of St Albans, returned this week from a, visit tc Hon. and Mrs. James R. G-orfield at thelt home at Mentor, O. ? ? ? Tho Bishop of Washington and Mrs. Henry Yates Satterlee, have just return? ed from their summer vacation' spent at Atlantic City. They will ontertain the Archbishop and Mrs. Davidson at dinner on Friday evening at their homo on High? land Terrace, and have Invited other dis? tinguished guests to a reception later in the evening. A publlo reception at the Corcoran Art Gallery on Saturday afternoon will further mark this first visit of an archbishop of Canterbury to a foreign land. The Arch blship is accompanied by.a. numerous staff and has almost as much prestige as a regularly accredited diplomat. Ho Is the first peer in England and Is next In rank to the prince of the royal blood. His coming at this timo is of great importance to churchmen of this country, many of whom are In Washington for his visit. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Chlof Justice and Miss Fuller, Associate Justice and Mrs. AVhlte, Admiral Dewey, Surgeon General and Mrs; Rixey, Ambassador and Lady Durand, Miss Durand an'd the Loi? ters are among the Archbishop's fellow churchmen In this city. ' * Lieu tenant-Gen eral Prtnco Fushim, who comes to this country as the persona] representative of tho Er.iperor of Japan on a special mission to the St. Louis Ex? position and to Washington, Is tho next notablo visitor to be honored by, official and dlplomallo society. Prince Fushim! hau won signal honora In the Eastern "War-, having commanded the First Di? vision at the famous battle of Nanshnn Hill. This battle-scarred hero Is duo to arrive during tho early part of October, accompanied by the usual largo retinue of secretaries and attaches. Anticipating these various arrivals and tho i-eturn of the International Geogra? phers, society is gathering homo from the four corners of tho earth, whence they scattered after the spring season. I ?Mrs. Shaw and m.ss Wilson have ropre | sonted the Cabinet since the early part i of tho month, ' Next came Mrs. Payne, I from Milwaukee, and Mrs. Hitchcock, from tho family homo in New Hamp? shire. Mrs. Taft arrived the 20th, and Mrs; Metcalf followed the next day. Jit's. Hay is also at her home In the city, after a pleasant summer divided botween her two daughters, Mrs. Payne AVhltney and Mrs. James W. .. ?tdsworth, Jr.', nnd her own vacation-homo in New England. Mrs. Paul Morton, wife of the new Sec? retary of the Navy, was In town for a few days this week, but will not remain permanently until after tlio wedding of her niece, Miss Jean Morton, to Joseph Cuda.hy, of ?Jhicago. The marriage of Miss Rebeekah Knox to Mr. George Tlndul, of Pitlsburg, is another official weddjn*- that will draw a largo contingent of fashionable folk from the capital. President and Mrs, Boose volt and nearly all of Senator Knox's former associates In the Cabinet will at? tend the ceremony, and take advantage Of-tho opportunity to offer congratulations to the bride's very Intimate friend, Miss Althea Mohler, whose own wedding Is to be an event cf tho early season. * ?i ? Quite a number of diplomats went over to Philadelphia for tho wedding of Miss Ruth Snyder and Count de Borchgrav?; iJ'Aitend, of Brussels, Tho ceremony took placo on Thursday at the bride's home on Rlttenhouse Square and was witnessed for the gioorn by the Belgian Minister, Baron Moncliour, and sovi-ral members of the Russian and Austrian Embassy Htaff. Among the bride's oil,* clal witnesses, was her uncle. Ambassa? dor Charlernayno Tower, at whose homo In Berlin, tho International romance be? gan. * ? ? Blgnor and Bignora Lobe!, tlio former a counselor of ?late u"d member of the Chamber of Deputies from Bruiilult!, It? aly, have lately boon iinti-.rtalm-d by Am? bassador and Baroncss Des Blanches at tho Italian Embassy. Accompanied by th<-lr two daughter? and their host?, they arc now en route to St. I/OUl?, where they expect lo loin thu delegate?, to tho Geographic Congre*? for their trip to the Grand Canon, the Vellowstopo I'ark, and m Mexico. The m ??s?'? i.ob-i ?re member? of the Boyal Italian BocltHy, having won their spurs in Alpin?; climbing, They have also contributed valuable paper? on exploring m Alaska. * * ? Joy reigns In tho younger wet over the unexpected return of Mi, Andre Bobtofl', Wh.0 Ksigned his post In th?; diplomat!?' corps t?> (inter the Czar'?, army In the i?ar ?flout. En -oui'? lo. hi. f'?ter?burg, family changes occurred which caused Mi. ?Bohroff to forego, for u ?line. 1,1? military ambition?, and return to thu diplomatie ?ervice, Mr, liobmir ?, tin, ??>;!.??!i chauffeur, <-le*.*tr $WorQ?inan, and iili-roinui sportsman., who v>'u? last sea* ?vu, the <,ver?n*u?Jy i.jaii-oi-ull-'.f? -?? jhy set led by Miss Alice Roosovelt and Coun? tess Margeurlto Cassini. Next to his return to Washington, the 'most (Interesting announcement comes from Cheyenne, Wyoming, bearing me news of the engagement of Senator Tims. M. PAtt<y*son, of Colorado, and Mrs. Mabel Nagle, of Cheyenno. Senator Pat? terson Is a staunch Democrat, and ono or the wealthiest men In the Senntp. As a widower of several years standing, ne lins been a favorite dinner guest in olll clal society. His dlstngulshcd colleagues In the bachelor set are Senators Allison, of Iowa, nnd Fry. of Maine, Secretaries Wilson and Moody, of the Cabinet, and Senator Cannon, of tho House ot Repre? sentatives. ..?^,,r?.r, GRACE PORTER HOPKINS. ALEXANDRIA CITY. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ALEXANDRIA, VA.. Sept. 24,-Mlss Rebecca Uhler.ls tho guest of her cousin, Miss "Lillian Lloyd, In Lynchburg. Mr. Edward S. Lendbenter has gono on nn extended trip-to the West and will visit the points of interest in California, Arizona and "Wyoming. Miss Margaret McG. Ashby has re? turned from Mnssanotte Springs. Miss Rose Woolfolk. of Millwood, Is visiting friends In this city. Mr. John Harper, of Natchez, Miss.? Is visiting his mother, Mrs. C. 1. Harper, on South Wnshinton Street. Mis. C. W. Ashby is visiting her brother in South Carollnn. Mr. Isaac Kell O'Brien, has entered the University of Virglnln. Messrs. Raymand Hoffman, Neville Rogers, Wlilllnm Hellmuth, Ralph Mc Burney, Albert Johnson, and Thomas Clark havo entered the freshman class of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca? dets Leo. T. Downey, Samuel Mays, and Charles M. Smith will enter tho second year clnss. Miss Gay R. Blnckford, of Norfolk, Is visiting her uncle, Professor L. M. Black ford, of the Episcopal High Echool. Mr. E. B. Walker Is visiting friends In Marshall. Mrs. W. : B. Dalngerfleld hns returned from West Virginia, where she spont the summer. Police Justice Harry B. Caton and his brother, Attornoy J. Randall Caton, Ja, nre visiting tho fair at St. Louis. Mrs. George H. Muslibac.h Is spending a few weeks in Delaphine. Mrs. E. H. ? Kemper and children, nro visiting Mrs. Kemper's sister, Mrs. Wil? liams, wife of the Bev. L. L. Williams, of Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooko Broadus. of Gallon, Ohio, arc visiting their mother, Mrs. M. C. Broadus, of Queen Street. Mr. Broadus Is a traveling auditor of the Erie Railroad. Miss Indie Henderson and Miss Florence Henderson attended tho Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans, at Lynch? burg. Professor Angus Crawford, dean of tho Episcopal Theological Seminary, sailed on Tuesday from Boston for Genoa. He will spend the winter traveling in Italy. Mrs. J. A. Carter, of Norfolk, Is visit? ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dom sey. Mr. Warren Christian, of Mobile, Ala? bama, Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. P. J. Demsey. i LEESBURG, VA. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) LEESBURG, VA., Sept. 24.?Miss Clare Sellman is visiting at lrvington, on the Hudson. , ? Miss Ida Ch.tmblln, of Bloomfleld, is the guest of Miss Ruth Dlbrell. Miss Nannie Harper, of Washington, bas been visiting the Misses Metzger. Mr. Carlton Shafer, a prominent lawyer, formerly of Baltimore, Md., now of La Porte, Ind., has returned to his home. Colonel and Mrs. R. N. Harper, of Washington nnd Leesburg, have Joined Governor,,' Montague's party en route to St. Louis. Colonel Harper Is of Governor Montague's staff. An election for the position of recorder for the corporation of Leesburg will be; held, on Thursday, September 29th. Prof. J. H. Ruthrough, of Floyd county. Va., has been selected as the principal of the Leesburg High School. Mr. George E. Plnster, Jr., son of Dr. George Plaster, of Bluemont, and Miss Mary T. Turner, daughter of the late Captain Turner, of Washington, D. C, were married at the home of the bride's mother, near Bluemont, on Thursday, September 22d4 at nom. They-will reside near Bluemont.. . Captain William B. Lynch, editor of the Washingtonern Mirror, has returned from a long vacation at Atlantic City. - ' Major Bentley Mott, son of the late Dr. A. R. Mott, of Leesburg, of the American military legation at Paris, attended the recent military manoeuvers at Dlgon, France. The large barn and two silos on the dairy farm of John W. Gregg, Esq., near Lincoln, wore destroyed by fire on Mon ?lay night. The loss was about $11,000, with only a small Insurance. $175.00, a new Upright Mahogany (.'use, 7 1 -3 actnves, good ' Hwcet tone, three pedals, an up-to-date Piano, fully guaranteed^ for only Jl'lfi. 307 E. Broad Street, E. DUNBAR, Manager 7i magmgmmammjmTr^mm^ Bi? public havo J earned to watch tho Tee-Dee Wants, i'01' bargains or anything ejso they may happen lo want. It will pay you to have, yoiir ad., in tlioso columns, '.IZyjUi K& Z?'J^Mo^Am^mu^aammmamaV'o - PEftcALE, Dark Ditto? 10c vnluc now 634C. , New Silks, New Dress Goods, New 5kirts, New Suits and New Silk Waists. eiderdown? Muht nine nnd Pink, A Most Noteworthy Collection. Nothing but September bargains ill this Monday sale. Come propared to be surprised, for while you know the prices you arc sure to be astonished, when you sec the splendid qualities they represent. OPENING DAY Autumn and Winter Millinery, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER, 27th AND 28th. You Are Cordially Invited. AN OPPORTUNE PURCHASE ot manufacturer's samplo Skirts and special l?ricos on Tailored Suits for Mondny. Well made nklrt, In 0>4 MO manlsh effects. V**??0 Walking Skirt, In novelty ttjO ?Q effects; $4.00 value, for........ V?.10 Wnlklng Skirls, Invisible Art qo checks; regular tii.00 value, for V"J??'0 A Novelty Suit, a full Skirt with medium length Coat), ?kQ qq for-. v?"?'Q A stylish suit In mannish ef- ?ff C fects, straight cut coat, for, *?Av? A Novelty Cloth Suit, en- Otto Ott tircly now; worth ?25.00, for, 9J.iJ.VV OUTING CLOTH BUYERS. Now light patterns, A.7/?O Light colors, R'/?P White, Red nnd Gray Flannels, ?1 C? bnrgnlna . Iwi, White and Red Flan- OC? ..neis. "0\a Boys' School Hoso, Iflp Misses' Ribbed Hoso, 4 a J/ _ Ladles' Rose, special, 12v*-*P New patterns In flannel- fil/i|? ettcs; 10c. value . ?/2v 39c DRESS GOODS SALE. 1 Superb collection and ot nbsorblng Interest to.cvery one. The low pujeos for such materials ore astonishing. A fino Cheviot, for. Habit Cloth, 30. Inches wide, OQp all colors, for ...A. OUI, Shower Proof Suiting, great AQn bargains, for. ?OI* New mannish effects In Mo- AQg? hnlr, for . ^OX, Cravanot, for . 42 Inches wide, 75c French Venetians, 52 Inches 7'?P wide, worth Jl.GOi for . ??**' BEDDING SPECIALS, For Monday selling. Pillow Cases, large size,, 15c, 12-^c. nnd . 10c 39c Sheets for doublo bed, 55c. 43c. and . White Quilts, largo size, 98c, JA 7?)c. and . "wl* Comforts, stitched und luffed, HCn J1.25. 98c and.;. aOl, Blankets, 11-4 size, J3.79. (M 7Q $2.98 and . ?pl?l? TIIESE'PIVE ?silk Itemn nlono ought to crow store Monday: Lining Taffota Silk, The Kvcr-Wcnr Taffeta Silk, for .:. Figured and Striped, 'raffet Silk. Black Taffeta Silk, 30 Inches wide . Black Peau do Solo Silk. 3? Inches wide . 39c 48c 48c 75c 98c SILK WAISTS. ? Silk Wnlst bargain, made 64 no of wash silk, *3.00 value. "?1??70 A Taffeta Waist, cut from $-.00 to. $3.98 LADIES* AND CI II LDREN'8 Underwear, great bargains. Chll?3r?;n'8 Vests and Pant?, f 41/ p Misses' Vests and Pants, |Qp fleec lined, for. -1?"** MIsko?' Union Suits, fleece 1(1/? lined, 25c. value, for. --?-" Ladles' Vests and Punts, OZt* fleece lined, for . *"**' ladles' Union Sultfl, great bar- MQn ?Un;, at . ",?t ladles' Lac6 Collars, cut inn prices, 26c. 15e. and . "*"vv Leather Bags, braided handles, ti?n $1.00 value. Your Money refunilcd on any purchase not en? tirely satisfactory E.T. FAULKNER CO., The Daylight Cash Store, BROAD AND FIRST STREETS. WE SELL FOR CASH?THAT'S WHY SO CHEAP. PERCALE SPECIAL. Dark Bine, 12 l-lic value, now 9-Mc LOOK WELL TO YOUR EYES. DEFECTIVE EYES stunt the mind. Can you expect success in bus? iness or fair progress of your children, who will soon bo In school, If you or they need glasses?" For comfort and preservation of the eye-sight, have us adjust your glasses. We guarantee satisfaction and lowest charges. Oculist Prescription Work e Specialty. THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL COMPANY, Eighth and Main Street?, Richmond, Va. We are also headquarters for Amateur Photographers' Supplies, Sanderson, Cluett ? Co. Woollen Manufacturer? and Merchant T&ilors From our mills to the wearer. Tho Bwellcst selection of Woollens over exhibited In the city, We have ?150 styles of Suit? ings to select from, which Is * more than double tlio amount of-^nny two custom tailors in the city. 8UITS FROM P5.00 UP. Style, fit nnd workmanship guaranteed. M. SALOMONSKY, - Mgr. I desire to notify my friends nnd the publ(c that I am. now with Messrs. Ellison & McOaw, and will be pleased to have their orders for COAL AND WOOD. W.S.AYRES, Formerly with W. 8. PANIUIj ?ft CO. ami .VAHNEIi 4*4001,12. i>GOOOOOOQ4>0&0&0< >OOOO*0<^< J. S. Moore's Sons * Incorporated. "THAT'S ALL'' Cfi-.ro?-? 1 -724 E. Main St. Phone 507. ^ores f JOI N. Twenty-Wth St. Phone 1865. ?SSF" Write or Phone for Prices. ~?a The Nowlan Company beg to announce that their assortment * of Elegant Gifts in Sterling Silver and Rich Cut Glass for the Fall Weddings is now complete, and, when quality is considered, their prices are the lowest. Make the Home Snug for Winter. Before the long nights come, see that the library table has a nicely shaded electric light. It costs less than other lights and makes no dirt or danger from fire; The most beautiful designs in Electric Lamps, Brackets, Vases, Lighted Clocks, Etc. Everything from Electric Heating Apparat us to ?u Electric Curling Iron. THE ELECTfflC CONSTRUCTION CO. OF VA. 8-?O-I2 South Ninth Street. , "HaJf SK Loztf is Better than None" and .half a loaf of our broad is better than a wholo loaf of many unothcr's baking* Hereabouts. We are extremo.y particular In tho selection of tlio flour we uso?Just ns careful In the bakers wp employ?Just as anxious that every? thing should be clean and sweet. Ho* suit: fino bread. L. BroiTirrt, 516 Marshall Strtot. 8PEOIAL LCW RATE8 TO RALEIQH, N, 0? AND RETURN VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY, ACCOUNT NORTH CAR? OLINA 6TATE AGRICULTURAL FAIR, OCTOBER 17TH-22ND. ? For tho above occasion ?Southern Hall? way will bo|1 Ucketa October 14th to 21st inclusive, to Halolffh and return ut rate of ona fflrst-clasH fare, nlus 50p. Includr inr* one admission to fair grounds, with filial Hum October i\ Wi l,Tp-SB(j(i.rev'^V '/. ToKedptrackpl'i PUBLICITY BURRELLE'S CLIPPING BUREAU