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The GaJ-Rady Company
'Gffcrs to-morrow thc fbllowing SpcciaU in their iBoys' Department: At $2.50.-Roys* Knce Pants Suits, Worth $4.00 and $4.50 At $3.45?.Itoys' Knec Pants Suits, Worth $5,00 and $5,-50 At $3.95?Hoys' Knec Pants Suits, Worth $6.00 and $6.50 At $4.95-.|W Knec Pants Suits, Worth $7.00 and $7.50 At $1.00?i3oys' Extra Knce Pants, (Bloomer Style), worth $ 1.50 COMMENCEMENT AT UNION SEMINARY CloHint: Exercisesi . Will B.cgirj To-Day, to Continue Througft Wedncsday, NOTED MINISTERS HERE Dr. Orr, of Scotland, Dr. Mpmcnt. of Ralcigh, aud Dr. Graham, of David?on, to Speak. Tlm cloaing exerclaea of tiio present Bosalon of Unlon Thcologkal Semiftary Will begln to-drty, to rontlnue througli Wednoaday. i..-v. Jamoa Orr, 1 >. l)? irofessor of apologetlcs and ttaeologj! 11 tlie rjnited Fitee Ctiuroli Cortego of Slaagow, Scottarid, will pr'each this nornlng nt. n o'ciock in the Beeohd 'roabytorlan riiarcli tho t'omrnertcernent An Instrument Which Descrves Your C.onlidence? The Unrivaled riano SPECIALS For Week of May 6 So J'e Notable Bar ^ins from our Taken - in - Exchange I Stock. Steirway Upright, cost ?$500.00, $275.00 M;?fcn and Hamlin 1 Upright, Finctjptyl &00.00 le and as good as new. R' sewood Upright, Special, li210.00 Njjhogany Upright, Special, <>125.00 Cash or Credit 205 $tieffs E. Broad Street .W?HE 'Th faaawntaBBcaggw itwa j s Spj jcials, Vernis Martin and Brass Jeds. c r Office Desks. ar Grand Rapids Furni lrc If ju want cots or mat ] for your country we have them. tresse frienc Syd ior Fui rjncorporated, i h luure Leadeirs, ' ? 13 East Broad. itr.v. mi, Ai.riiKi) ii. siimik.vt. Ot Knlolgli, >, C? who trltl nueuk here to-day. sermon to the atudents of tho sernl nary and to the publlc, To-nlght at 8 o'ciock in the rjracc Btroet Church, Hay. AJfrod H. Morriont D. D., pastor of the Firat Presbyterjar, Church, RaleJgh, N. C, will dollver the nnnual nddrcsa to the Misslonary So? ciety of tbo seminary and to the publlc Dr. Moment 13 one of the most notct 1'resbyterlan mlnlsters ta the country. On Wodu-.~d.iy mornltig. at 11 o'ciock in Watta cliapel, ut the senilnnry. th< addreja to the graduutlng class -vyll be dellver'ed by Rev. Alfred T. (Iraham l>. D., of Da/yfdson College, N. C. Fol lowlng this, there wlll bo brlcf remarki tr, tlie closo by tlie president of thi seminary, und the cxercises of the oc caslon and of tho session will closi wlth tlie awarding of the dlplomas t' tho graduatcs. Work of Dr. Orr. Slnce the removal of TJhion Theologi ca! Seminory to Richmond. the institu tloji has been provlding speclal loc tures for Its students and tho publb r,f exreptlonal value by emlnon acholara wlthiri nnd wlthout Presbyte rinn bounds. such as Prlncipal Latii and Dr. Stalkor, of Scotland; Mrs Rewls. of Englnnd, tho dlscoveror of th. Sinaifio Pnlimpsest; Dr. Francis I* Pat t?n, Or. Theodore B. Cuylor, Bishoi AVilsnn. Mr. Robort E. Bpeer, Mr. Johi 11. Mott nnd Mr. Marion I.awrnnco, th> gre.at Sunday-school expert. Tho /btab nnd onteriirise of the somlnary in thi mattcr Is ngaln illustrated in itp brlng ing to the comencoment oxorcises o th.- present session one of the mos distinguislied miulsters now livlng Rev. Dr. Orr, of Scotland. Dr. Orr ls al roady well known as a locturer li Arnorlca, having delivered courses o lectures on German theology in Chicag ln ISO.'i and at Alleghnny nnd Aubun Seininaries in 1807, and tho Stono lec tucus at Prlnoeton ln 1303, and liavini just flnishcd a series of lectures o: tho "Virgin Blrth" in tho Fifth Avenu I'rcsbytCrian Church, New York, undo the ausplceg of tho Btblo Toachcrs Training School. anil tho patronnge, o Miss Helen Gould. Those lectures wer attended by audtences wlilch fille the largo lo'cYufe-robrh. of the churc during the entlre series. Tho Homi letic Revk-w. roferring to these lecture in New York, says; "Tho visit to th Cnited Stntos of Profossor 'James Or: r.f Glasgow. is as notable for the emi rionce of this Scotch theologiun as o account of the erran'd that brlngs hit here." To r-ading mlnlsters Dr. Orr is wc and favorably known by his vnriot publlshed works, such ns "The Chrls Ctan Vlew of Ood and th* World" (no in its alxth edttlon), "Tho Supernaturi ir> Christianlty." "The Rltschllnn -Thi ologv and the Kvnngellcal Falth. ??Nogloctud Factors In the Early Stuo .,f the Progress of Christianily," "Earl Church History and Rileraturo," "TI Pipgrcss of Dogma," "Bavid Hume r.nd "The Problom of tho Old Test; ? uent," hls most recent work, which lvcoiving a wide rcadlng in this coui try and in Europe. It was'wlth th tre'atTsd tlmt Dr. Orr In 1005 wou ti Bross Priae of $G,Q00, offcrcd by Bal I orest Bnlverslty for tho best hoo illustratlng ordoinoiistraling tho Chrli tian r-oliglon, Rev. John Wntson, D. D., Into pa; tbr of tho Sefton Park Presbyterin Cliurch, in I.lverponl, Englund, bett. known ns "Ian Mne.laro.n," the fntnoi autlinr, was expected to tako pavt : tho conimoncement oxerelsey, but c ocCOUllt of Ulness ho wlll not he pro 1 nt. Dr. Wntson's addre'ss was bcir cagerly looked forward to, and It wi wlth great illsappointnient that It wi Icarned ho would not be ablc to appen Law and Equity Court. In tiio mattor of tho sult nf Cai nnd others vs. W. .1. Payne, In the I.a and Equity Court, tho ovidouco wi completed yesterday, and tho jury dl cliargcd untll to-tuorrow. Tho entl afternoon wus ennsumod in tho argi metit of Instriictlons l,y oounsol liefo .ludgo Ingram Tho jury wlll IIUu tako tho cuso to-morrow. Rttractivc Home Rriugs $10,000. Scnalor WilJ Speticl Sum mcr on Farm. IT'S "GRANDFATHER" GLENN North Carolina Fxccutivc Stops at Higli Point Lotlg Enough to See Ncw-Comcr. [??.?eelal to The Tlme*?Dllip?tch.] RALKtOH, N. C, Mny 4.?Unllrd S'ntrs Sonalor F, 1\L Slmmoni. Iini4 sold |il6 roaldcnro on Fayeltovll'o Strunt, HiIr clty, to Mr. J. H. Robblns. Tho price Ih undorntood to hnve beon aliout tln.000. The farnlly l? In \Vanhlnglon rii rln? tho *ofi?lon of Cont<i*?ss, and r.;i tho .TnnoH county plantntion nnd at rurorts durlng much of tho Intermls rlons, nnd In Rr?t??lii/i thny can mnko Cirlr honiR wllh tl*>lr daugliter, Mrs. Miihlor; therefnr* thn rniilntr.nnnco of thc Fnyottovllle Htreot reildeuca Ih con mdorod unnnoeKsnry. Annnnnromcnt ta mndo that wlth, tlio rlnufi of tho prosont term nf tho Ra IciKh pqbllc schonls, Prnfeasor Pi. V. Mosob wlll retlro from tho Biiperlnton dcncy. and tho unhool hoard hns np pr!nto"d Dr. H. K. T.nwln, J. W. Balloy nnd Gnrland <onos a rommlttee to look out for a HUccosBor. Mr. Moaea retlros nfter twonty-tivn ypars' fiervlce. He liaa not annonneed nls plans. It Is bo iievod. howaver, that ho ?wlll retlre frcm antlvo school work. I)r. T. N. Iv,oy went to Wilson thls nftornoon to tnke pnrt In the; dodleatlon of thc now $30,000 Mcthortist ohurcli tlicro. I'resld<>nt Kllgo, of Tiinlty Col IcKn, wlll dclivde tho sermon. .1. W. Balley ha* benn appolnted to dollver the haccalaurcato addreRs. for Ihe rommencompnt of the Kouthnrn ilnptlBt Sominary, at Louiaville, Ky. Ho wlll nlBO dollver a mlaslonnry nrl dreas beforo tlio Baptlst conventlon in Wrhmond May 13th. Govornor Glei?i returned to the clty on the early mnrnlnt? trnln from Lex HiKton, where ho dellverod tha addrcHB at tho rloKe of tho puhllc schools. He also atopped at Hlgh Polnt to sne hls tlist grandchlld, a ilni llttle, son born to Mr. nnd Mr?. Chalmora Glenn. -.- J "NEVER HANG ME." Empty Threat of Detectivc Sen. tenced to Die on May 24th. AUGUSTA, GA., May I.?"III bo d?d if thoy wlll hang me. When I get ont of thlB tronblo I wlll horsewhlpi thoKe follows in there." Theso aro somo of tho Btatcments made to-day by Arthur Oiovor, aftor belng sontenced for the second tlmo to be hansod on May 24th for tha murdor of Maud Uean. Glovcr. wlio was a detective, shot the wrtman dead without a moment's warnlng. Not long before that ho had shot a nogro. but was acqultted. Hls defenso aL tho aecond trlal in eluded bralnstorm, paranota, ctc. Tho Judge'a arraignment of hitn in passlng sentence waa tho most sovero evcr ln ard in Rlohmond county. UNITE ON M'LEMORE. Well-Known Banker of Suffolk Indorsed. rRp*clal to The Tlmea-Dispatcli.] SUFFOLK, VA., May 1.?There was tiiis afternoon another conferenco of Ihe Nansemond Bar Association, called for tho purposo of unltlng on a can oldato whora Governor Swanson wlll be iihkt'd to appoint to succccd Judg>^ Robert 11. Prentis. Tho association unanlmously In dorsod James L. McLemore, presldont of the llank of Suffolk, and a inem bcr of the law flrm of McLemore & Corbltt, An effort wlll be mado to unlto tho inlluenoo of tho Nansemond and Routhampton aBsoclatlona. The followlng committee waa ap pointod to vislt Govornor Swanson Mon? day ln Mr. McLcinoro'a b?half: Col ,inel K. E. Holland. Robert W. With I'lS. James U. Hurgess, Jotin E. Pin aer and JampB H. Corbltt. -^- ; Want Mr. Taylor to Run. Frlends of Mr. Carroll Taylor, a promin<>nt young huslness man of Mad lson Ward, are urglng hlm to become a candidate for the Clty Democratlc Comniltteo. Mr. Taylor holds an 1m portont position wlth a Rlehmond busi tiesH conc.orn. and is a man of wldo spread popularltj-. He has under ad vlsement tho matter of becoming' a candidate. Woman Goes to Jail. BeasiQ Gilison, whlte, charged wlth blacksmalllng a merchant on West Broad Streot, was Bontenced yesterday to six months In Jail. Thla ls another of inany offeriseS commltted by tho Glb son woman. Govemor Didn't Go. Governor Swanson spont yesterday in lils otlice. transaciting routine business and recelvlhg cnllers. The Oovornor found that oflleial ongngetnnnts hore would provent him from nttendlng the reeeptlon given by Admiral Evans at tho oxpositlon yosterday. GAN YOU ENJOY A HEARTY MEAL? If jn??, try taklug a ilouc or the Hli ter? beforo samo. It wlll slvo you an appotlte, ald the atonmcli in its worh of digestlon and asslmllation and pre vont thoso allments that heretofore troublod you. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS ls especlally adupterl for making weak stomaclis strong ntiil tlms curlng 1)>-n lici'ilii, lmllgeNtlou, CoatlvcncMH, Henri nche l.lve'r Trotililea or Keinnle lils. Try lt to-dny. It ls pi'ire. for tKe teetK the most cleanslng, fragrant, licalthful, ploasant attor-taato dentKrico is ^Beade <fc Baket's at your ?rut*glbt's, 2oo., 60e., $1.00 Tan Hosiery fiheer T.lnon Lawns, fult yn.nl wlilo. 29e, 39o nnd BOo for 40n, fiOo and vftc klnda. Special Badlna' Gnuzo Ltale Tftn Hoae, 25cr 35c, BOo, T.adios? Tnn T.nre Dlsle IIoso, BOc. $8.00 All-Wool Panama Skirts, $5.98 Mnde of iplondld qunllty rnnnnin, the nobby plaltM tiryle, wlth two box plalts nn eanh sld>. nnd nnrrow Bidu plnlls In front; 18.00 vn.lue, Special, 15,90. $2.75 Heatherbloom Petticoats, $1.98 Of Hcnthnrhloom Inffflta, cut full, dmilile, rufflo, tho light ahadoa nnd hlnck; unerpinled for looks nnd wear, Mondny, $1.dB, $17.50 and $20 Semi-Made Robes, $12.50 , About twenty-flvc of tho ncwest ttobi's. in a vaflety of stylea nnd mnte rifils. A aale of ItnpOrtdnco to women tfcttlng their siunmer wnrdrobe ready. Thero Is ao llttlo work left undono on theso Robes that nny woinan cnn com plete one ln a few hours. Four Waist Bargains For This Week Only Unheard pl vaiues, cnmbiniiig the clcverncss of stylcs, the bcatity of matcrials and tlie pcrfcclion of- the workmanship antl designing?all combined to gtvc this special snlc of WaLsts its rarc cxclusivcncss and stipcriority. The yariety of stylcs and the low prices asked makes the choosing a decidod pleasnre. $7.50 Net Waist, Special, $5.98 Ecru Net Waist. plabomteiy trlmmed wlth real Cluny lnce back nnd front, Includlng slccves. yoko, collar ond cuffs, flnely tuek-llned wlth Clilua sllk; S7.5U Wulst. Special, $5.98. Another Sale of White Lawn Waists Three lots on salo this week at one-fnurth undor the prlce asltofl by otheri for a slmilar mado Waist. A large, fortunato purchase mado by u.? flivlded Into three lots, all mado of sheer lawns nnd mtislln. trlmmed wlth Val. laco or embroldory. About thlrty stylcs to select from, dlvldod Into threo lots, as bc low: LOT No. 3. Speclat $2.50 vaiues. Speiilal, $1.98 Superb Silks at Pleasing Prices For very little sutns you never had the oppnrttinity of buying more of fine wcaving and bcauty in Silks, Wc sccurcd thesc goods at prices much hclow their present valuc, and while the present stock lasts it is wisc to makc liheral purcfiascs of this idcal matcrial for summcr sliirtwaists and drcsses. 1D-Inch All-Rllk Black Taf- nn tttn, strong, well tnnd- and a f|MP beautlful lustro; 85o valuo.... ?*?/V. 21-inrh All-SIlk Black BwIsh OrciM Taffeta Sllk, mado soft, nr\ pllablo und glove flnlnhed; $1,25 XM| valtie. Hpoclal KMM 36dneh rtlnck Taffeta, all nllk, nnd the welght that Inmtrea tvearlng quall ties. Tliern i,; nothlng tinusual about tho prlce?but if you wlll corn- d?1 ? r puro quality wlth others that cns,tjiiore, you wBl percelvo the bar- ,Jk| IS galn we aro offoring In this cloth; sueclal. f***** $1. Silk Tussah, 69c. 27 inches wlde, All-SIlk Tus-nh, black, whit" nnd nll colors, $1.00 vnluo, B9o ynrd. 89c Silk Striped French Voiles 59c. 27-lnch Sllk-Rtriped Vollo, all colors. for streot or cvenlng wear, 80c qunll ty, B9o yard. Special Lot of Fancy Silks, $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Silk at 89c. MO plecos to select from. cholco pat terns and colorings, nll ellk. 1!) to 24 inches wlde, ntrlpes, clfecked nnd flg ured, light and dark grounds; special, 83o valuc. $1. Silk Voile, 69c. 27-lnrh alt-sllk, plalds strlpcs and plnln cnlors, $1.00 quality, 69o yaod. $1. Printed Chiffom, 69c yd. All silk. 42 Inches wlde, In ?wery lmaglnablo color and pattern, $1.00 utlatlty, 6Dc yard. "Rajah" Silk. ; H'E ARK RICimoND AC1ENTS. This stylish, nll sllk, rough fabrlo* in nll plaln colors, also checks, piai.Ja and slHpcs. ln al color combtnattosta. Look for tho word "Rajah," Btamjped on every yard of tho scrvago in .:the genulno. Price, $1,23 per yard. LOT No. 1. Bpeclal $1.50 nnd $1.23 alucs. Special, LOT No. 2. Special $2.00 nnd $1.' vaiues. Special, 98c $1.50 May Clearance Sale of Suits Special for This Week's Selling About 15 Suits in this Lot, were $25, now $12.50 All Pony and Box Coat stylcs, in rnisses- and laqies' sizes, ma terial all wool gray and tan mixturcs. These garments were carried over from last spring; however, the styles are identical to a great many in present demand. These arefiftccn rarc bar? gains for early purchascrs. $25 Suits, now $12.50 $39.50 and $35.00 Suits in this Lot, now $24.50 These are, without a doubt, the finest lot of Suits we've evcr had to sell undcr price. Therc isn't a Suit among them that could be bought anywhere but here for less than $35.00. But no matter which one you may buy^you're hotmd to gct a splendid bargain in a thoroughly stylish, well tailorcd and up to-date Suit, and we guarantec at the same timc. to save you onc third in every instance. The tailoring- in these Suits is the kind you get only in the finest custom garments. The materials used are fine chiffon Panama. serges and fancy suitings, in black and all desirable colors. Smart. new stylcs in Eton, serfii antl tight-fitting ef fects. Some are elahorate, drcssy models, others are severly tailored- new model skirts, plaited at seams or cluster plaits. $39.50 and $35 Suits, now $24. Closing-Out Sale of Children's Coats and Reefers Chtldren and Misses, Size 5 yrs. to 18 yrs, These two extraordinary saving chances make^ it a substan tial object for you to come direct to J. B. Mosby ecNrc's for chil dren or misses* Coats or Recfers. Every garment offered is strictly of this season's productinn, and fashioned in accordance with this spring-'s correct style ideas. To close out our entire stock, we have tlividcd same into two lots, as below: 37 Chlldren's and Mlssos' Coats nnd Roefcr?, were ?6.00 and $f,.00. Now $3.08. 5S Chlldrpn's nnd Misses' Coats and Reefers, tvere S10.00, $9.00 und $7.50. Now $5.98. Every desirable color and material repieKentod ln tho nbove lots. You'H Pay Less for Your Muslin Underwear If You Buy It at Our May Sale, Which Starts To-Morrow. Great heaps of frcsh, dainty, wcll-made garments will be ready for you to choosc from to-morrow at prices which mean a saving on each article you purchase. We've prepared to prove again that such good Utulcrwcar can't be hnd anywhere clse for the moncv. 79c Corset Cover, 49c. Nalnaook, claborntcly trimmed ? wlth Val. laco Insertion and ribbon beadintf. 29c Corset Cover, 19c. Good cambrlc; full front; embrold ery and lacei trimmed at neck nnd nrmholi.s. Only a llmlted qunntlty. $1.25 Corset Covers at 98c Nnlnsnok, dalnty styl?9 Val. laco trimmlngs and medallions of pretty embrolderles back nnd front; ribbon and beadlng. $1. Chemise at 75c. Nainsook, trlmmed with embrold ery nnd erabroldered beadins. $1.50 Chemise at 98c. Nalnsook or carnbrlc, wlth lnce nnd embroldory tiitnroins and rlbbou bead in?. Special Muslin Skirt at $1.25. Mnde of extra mtislln, lonir skirt, wlth deep ilounce. wlth hemstitched. tucked nnd .'eatlilr stitchlnt,'; $1.75 valuc, $1.25. $1.25 Gowns at 98c. Nalnsook, or cambrlc,. low, round or Bfjuaro neck, trlmmed with pretty embroldory or insertion of Val. lace nnd ribbon beadlng. $1.75 Gowns at $1.25. Nalnsook, cambrlo or muslin; blfrh, low, round or sqtiare neck, wlth trlm mlngs of pretty embrotdery, Val. lacq or nenUy tucked. 75c Drawers at 49c. Nalnsook or cambrlc, wlth tucked or hemstitched ruffles; elther open or closed. $1.25 Drawers at 89c. Nalnsook or cambrlc, umbrella, ruffloB of pretty embroldory; open or closed. Odd Lot of Underwear from Our April Sale At Greatty Reduced Prices. Drawers, were $1.00 to $6.00, now.69c to $2,S8 Corset Covers, were $1.26 to J4.B0, now.89c to $2.08 6kirts and Gowns. wero $1.'J5 to $6.50, now.,"89c to $3.98 Special Sale of Odds and Ends in Corsets $12.50, $8.50 and $5 Corsets, Special, to Close them Out at About li") pnlrs of odd Corsets thrown from our regjilar stock. They are odd size* and ntylcs of Snpphlre, Boh-Ton, Koba, Royal, 'Worcester nnd P. t>. t-'orsets. Prices wero $5.00 tn $12.50, , ?Mway, Pnp?i Evralr I" FrMl *?d Back V!o bullintM, no dr?w itrlnp, nn Iicinj. ilo rippinj or baninB ? combinw lolid comfort sml tuc wlth fint lorm ?nd elcgMI ?ppann? in the Attu ? on the itrui ? ln rtrtrflr- Made in xveral ?yl?, lro"> ? ??tfc''i ol tood* Co?t* lew th.n 7011 can buy \h* malerUl for uid h.n tt?m nude at homo. Wc >.<;( b? ,\leued 10 hivo you all ?nd 1 *T B.Tvlosby & Co. White Goods. The Mosby & Co. White salcs have long bcen famotis for the excellent vaiues they offer and forthe marvelpus assortments of desirable merchaiulise presented. The bargains announccd for to-morrow's and Tuesday's selling are typical of our usual high stantlanl. They mean great savings. Pin Dotted Swisses, 12j?c and 19c, formerly 17c and 25c Embroldered pin dots on a fine ond ahecr cloth; special Slonday, 12 1-2o and 19c. Sheer Linen Lawns, 29c and 39c. vaiues 39c and 50c. Flno, yard wlde, all pure llnon, sheer nnd very fine; vnluos, 30o and BOo; special, *29c and 39c. 40c Linen Cambrics, 29c. 82 Inches wlde, nll puro linen, and an excellent washer and wearer; epe^ citU, 29c. 40c Frerich Batiste, Monday 29c. 45 Inchs wide. unusually fino and sheer, nnd a most excellent wnsher and wearer; special, 29c. 17c Persian Lawns, Monday 12}4c. 32 Inches wide, flno and sheer, good woarers nnd washers; Monday, 12 1 2c. Some Special Bargain Plums from Our rge Second Fioor , tM-ineli F.xtra Fino and Heavy Sllver Bloaclied'Ouinashs, In new and tnsty patterns, 59c. T3-incll Fnll Bleached Damask, extra fine nnd heavy; vatuo $1.25. Special, $1.00. 5-8 Napklns to match, $2.oa. 10xa? liennued All-Llnen Iluek Tmvcls, an oxcellont wearer. Special, $2.00 duzon. 20x40 Hemstltotiod All-Llnen lluck Towels, oxtra k!ko, flno and heavy. Special valuc, $3.00 dozon, 90-lniMi Bloaohecl All-Llnen Sheotings, n much bottor grade than tho usual $1.00 kind. Special, 89c. Mattings To-morrow we hold our first Matting- sale of the season, with vaiues that will establish a nevv record for the best in Mattings at low prices. Special?30c Matting for 15c yard. Olilna and Japanese Mattings, all colors, ln lenRtlis from 15 to 10 yards, 15c yard. J5.no slze, 6,x9 foot, Matting Itugs for $3.50. Japancso and Flbro Rugs. ln lilue, groen nnd red, 6x9 feet, for, now, $3.50. 75c Matting Rugs for 48c. Japnneso Rugs, In Orlentnl doslgns, lSx3rf Inches, 48c. $1.45 Matting Rugs for 98o each. Japnneso lUigs, all colors, 3tix72 lnohes, 98c each. 89c Muslin Curtains for 69c a pair. Cottage Curtains, mude tif good quality plaln muslin, wlde ruffles and tucks, 3 yards lnng, 69c pnlr. 2,")C Braas Cottage Rods, with ends, 10o each. Cottago Rods, 61 inches lone; and sllver trimmed; special, 10c. SERIOUS CHARGE. Staunton Man in Jail on Com plaint of Merchant of That City. STAUNT.ON, VA., May I.?l.'riuik l.liikliter, who waa arreBtod In Oliar lottosvUle last nlght, was brouglit hevo on thu early mornlng traln and laml ed ln Juil i?> the oharjfa of obtalu [ng goods Under l'also proU'naos. It Is allajjad thnt DlotUlter proourc l\vo suits of elotliittg Siitimiuy, Apr U7tli. I'rnm tlio Wolnburjj clotllin store under tho protoii.su of takln tliom hoino to doi-Ido whleh was prefoi ablo, with tho iindeistiuidUijt; that li wns to rotuni ono suit and pay t'c tho other ln the evetilhg, Instaad of doiutf as aift'ee.tl Lloklltc left the clty and mado no settloinonl wlth Wqjnbenr. A wtll'rant wns isHUod for hls arreat and yeaterday Otlleer l'alnior wotu to O-A. JS8 "X" O 3FI 3C jOw . Charlotteavlllo aud. toolc Llckliter ln custody wlth tha reauU that he u now behlnd the bara Ih tho county jail, awaittng-hla trlal, which wlll coma up in Pollco Coutr on Monday jnorn? Ing ? Mlss lrma Rlnswangor, of Balthnoro, ls vlsltlng her slster. Mrs. \V. 1, BIi>i, swunser. of the Shunandoatt.