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Stucls Pistol in FfiCc bf BaVkfeepC: and Tcrrifiod Everybody in Srilnoii. WARRANT IS SWORN 0U1 Proprictor of Hotel Deqlarcs Ht ? Will Pusli Casc to l^imit Tliis Time. Foll'T. two or Fnrk i Will l.i ui interno pistol ni ?fcTel-ich, Asher. nearly Walked utili brn ih the poli strodo p playnd il Until th from th inff-r, Charlei i!ii (in bnrkeeper, Franli I si-iircii several by?tander? ? >f thelr wlts, , whlle hr in tho .*-;? lon ti into Ihe street Ishln** t h" ?revolver. ? yolled to the clerk to cnll bu: whon the physielan iiim wlth Ihe weapon dls r. ,i ly for uso. he deslsted deflant vlsltor had oscaped hotel. A man ln the bar followed Strole, nnd In the barber shop of the RIchmond 'Hotel, where the physielan had t-dught refuge, tho pistol ?wns tnken from hlm. Strole then agreed to return lo pay for the drinks, but tlio hnrkeeper re? fused to accept the money, and a war? rant was sworn out for his arrefit Btrolo went hnck ln the nfternoon, en deavorlng, with a friend or two, to havo the matter quietly settled, but Mr.. Atklnson. propriotor of the hotel. i-tated thnt he would push tho caso to an end, havlng prcvlously hnd sov prai unplf*?-ant cxperlenccs with tho former lntorno. With a rnmpnnton, Dr. Strole walked Into the bnr before hreakfast and or? dered drinks for both. lle apparontly forgot, or neglected, to pay for othem, and then started back to get hls hreakfast. Asher followed and called for hls money. Slrolo sald he would attend to the matter, but further dlf ficulty occurred, and the exaspernted hartender snatclicd tho physlcian's hat from hlm. Drawln,*; lils revolver, Strole placed lts mustzlo under Mr. Asher's nose, peremplorlly ordoring that hls hat he returned. LooUing down the gun bar? rel, the bartondcr had but one thought ??to return the hat as q'ulckly as pos pible, whlch ho dld. throwlng it into Strolo's hr.nds. A Republlcan Senator was seated nt the lunch counter and several others were ln the placo. Strole vas stlll brandlshlng his revolver, und no ono dared Interfere wlth hlm. Ho walked out of the rear room, and nnt until lio bad dlsappeared wero tho po? llco called. A warrant was then sworu out. Pr. Slrolo rrslpnod frnm th*-* City Home some weeks ago, aftor havlng facod an Investigation by the City Council. Council was loniont. and he was acquitted. He reslghed lmme dlntely afterward; nnd loft the city. lle returned o few days ago, wllh the purpose. h,* stated, oC openlng offlces ir. Richmond. FOR WARRENTON'S GOOD Im-irovemcnt Aw-oeliillon l<? Work In Iliirinoiiy Wiih tlu* Council. rsiir-clal io Tho Tlmos-Dltpatch'.] WARRENTON, VA.. February 20.? T,*,o Warrenton Improvement Associa? tlon offocted ari organlzation thls week wlth the following committees and of? ficers: President, Jlrs. II. II. Carr; Vlce President, Mrs. Peter R. Laboulsso* Secretary and Treasurer, Mlss Eva Spilman Wood. Committee on Stroot Surfaces?Mrs. r*. S. Carter. chalrman; Mrs. F. C. Hodgkln and Mlss Florrlo Sheppard: Commttteo on lniprovement of rubllc Square?Mrs. C. M. White, chalrman; Jlrs. .Tohn S. Galnes and Mlss Susie Hamllton; Committee on Improvement of Railroad Station En ylrons?Mrs. P. R. Labdutsso, chalr nian: Mrs. K. H. Slater and Mlss Robo Tongue: Committee on School Grounds ?Mrs. W. C. Marshall; chalrman; Mrs. Samuel XV. Maphls und Mlss Josephlhe Brodors: Committee on Rules?-Jlrs. .!. A. C. Keith, chalrman. and Mlss Eva .Wood. Thls associatlon ls* to suggest nmi ?work in perfect harmony wlth tho neveral contrnitte^ of tho Town Coiin cll, tho -fibject- belng always to volun leer help along tho lines Indloitted by tho committees organlzed that. will add to Ihe beauty and general im? provement of ihe -town. %CANNERY AT WALKERTON Work Soon <o Uc***ln nnd Gr?*nt Interest Frlt ln tlu* New 1-liilerprU,*. rsoeeinl lo The Tlmeu-Dlapatch." WALKERTON', VA.. February 20. Work will begin soon on the plant o'f the Stansbury Frult nnd Vegetable Cannery. to ho erected lnthls village, nll the prellminary urrangements hav? lng been flxed. .Tt Is thought that tho ontdrprlso ?will be a dlstinct galn to rniorohants nnd farmers hercabout. A large num? ber of growers In King and Queen and King Wllllam countles have slgned contracts to ralse vegctables for the now cannery. MISS HASnil'TT WEDS .11K. f'O.MIAO, Jlnrria-jc In Wtisliliiglmi ?f Miicli In ieri-Kt lo Vlrulnlti I'eoplc. WASHINGTON, 1>. C, Fobruary 2fl.? Miss Katharlne Hammotl and Mr. "fhdnii's Nelson Conrad wero marripd a't I ' '??ne of Iho brlde, Mrs. I'liarles M. 1!: noet, In F Stroot, tliis city, on Thursday nlglH. The ceromony waa performed by the Rov, Richmond Pardee Williams, of Trinlty Eplscopal Church, and was wltnessed by only a few close friends. Tho bride was glven away by her brother, Dr. Crtarlea M. Hammett, one of tha leading physicians of thls city. Immedlately after llu- cereraony Jlr. and Mrs. Conrad left for New Or wjant of 11 retur Ilbti late who Mi RUN DOWN SYSTEM tiue to Mi tqwai I de p ?'.:.! fever ? ir of mlll: J-oii will dlsiiel mo malarlal poU i<iur t.ystetn. I'Eld -ie ?".-?? ii, lv Vntri.. *?0o, All Druggi&ts. "Man Proposes, tlie weather disposes." Wc bought early and gcneiously, expecting a noimal winter. It never ^ came. That's why these goods must go at prices that make buying not only a pleasure, but a duty. All the $15, $16, $17, Suits and O'eoats are now $9.75 All the $18, $20, $22.50 Suits and O'eoats are now $11.75 AU the $25, $27, and $30 Suits and O'eoats are now $15.75 Children's Suits One-Half off the price of any Suit in the house. (Bloomer pants excepted) $1.50 and $2 Dress Shirts, 89c 50c Neckwear, - - - 29c 75c Blouse Waists, - - 33c Jacobs & Levy New Kentucky Senator |..v r<_ ?B EX-GOVEItNOR AV. O. nnADI.KV, vrho wt\n elected by tlie Kentucky I.ck Islutiirc ou l-'rldii.v, nfter n mI.y- ivcckii' ilenilloek. STOLE CLOTHING FROM HIS PERSON Man iri Norfolk Falls Am6n< Thieves and Is Strippetl of All His Possessioris. ONE 0F THE R0BBERS CAUGHT Thc Police Are Confident That They Will Soon Rourid\Uj> the Others. ..NOItFOLIC, VA., February 1!0.?M. C. Jones, who clalms Plttsburg, Pa., as his home, .was found ln the Turf Ex cliange thls mornlng by the pollco mlnus hls clothing, havlng on a palr of sallor'a trousers that struck ? hlm above the anklcs nnd a palr of shoes several sizes too sniall, and hls story was followed by the arrest of Fred Demmlng on tho charge of robbery from tlu: person. Tli,. pollco are after others sald to hc impllcatod ln tho alleged robbery. Mr. .Tones cltiima that he cnnio to Norfolk sov.eral days ago. Last rilght, accordlng to hls story, ho went lnto tlu- Turf Exchange and bad sevoral drlnka. lle ohurges that ho was told 1o pay for drinks, nnd was thon led Into n rear rooni. Ho <loos not re ?member anythlng furthor lhat hap? pened. Clolhex, Dliiimunl nnd Money Uonf. Mr. .luiir-s olainii lhat whon he re galni'd consclousness he found hls clothes misslng, a dlamond stickpln, valued at $200, and n small amount ?f monej ho clalms lo have had ln his pockets ls also misslng. Dotectivei* wero qttlekly put on the <-aso. and l" short order located Mr. Jones's clothing in a pawnshop, The keeper Identlflotl Fred Donnnlng as thc man pawnlng iho clothes. Tho police aro confident that Ihey wlll round np .tlu- othors coniieeted wlth tho caso and recover ull of tlu- mlss ing property, .- i \siu:vii.i.K iivsTii'ir.n. rioily nf " lt.-s|u-?-lahli. llnii Me* In llurcnr I uUh-uilllcd. [Bpoctal loTliQTImes-Oll'pitcli.l AMIIl'.VIi.l.K. N'. ?'.. Februarj' '..'a.? Tlu- body of a man whose Idenllty cannot bo learned i:; lylng at the un dertaklng Jopipa of Man- .v Hard, nnd the fuiiofiil dlrectors un at a Iosb to i now what dlsposltlon to make o? the renmlnu. Tho iu iu. who ha,| all tlu appeuranoe ? ?i ,!?? lin.-iiiont and Intelllgenee, and whose .xiuiisivo plothlpg would imll cale thnl ho was well-to-do, eiirne l,'o thln ell.v uliout Ihr-s-j weeks ago nml i.hl-ilm-.l rooilis fllld llflftrd al ;. n -.,- -i|. '?? n boarilJnpfhoiiHO here, glvlng hl liaini A: Aniiiudon. ' vii ui o ' uii utlfj "iih ii ive i luij lu failed, und tlm nn11?? i- us.- iiiin->i iho ap j,>..-.iniiu .. ul a mysti'l'}'. A Dissolution Sale Each Member of the Flrm Desires to Go in Business for Himself Lease For Sale! Fixtures For Sale! Each department contributes its share of bargains mentloned, and so no matter what may be your immediate needs yoii will find a visit to this store both enjoyable and profltable. In to-day's announcement we can name but a few of the many attractions. Every dollar's worth in this store must be sold. Merchants, as well as the general public are invited to buy. i THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH IS SOLD. Come every day in the week you will see new bargains on centre tabies. So don't delay your coming/ if you wish to save. [ Practically Ccrtain Now Tliat Onc-Story Brick Biiililing Will Hc Put Up. MR.KEMPER LEAVES THE CITY llousc Adbpts Ilnrman Resolu tipn, Givirig Necessary Per? mission to Govcriimcnt. After four days nf rnreful luspeetlnn of, local condltlons, Mr. Charles E. Komper, asslstant Sliporvlslng nrchl teet for tho government, returned to Washlngton yos.lordny without. havlng settled tlu; vexjed problem of a tempo? rary locatlon for the Unlted States ofllres, p-jndlnK the erection of tho now Federal building. No plnce offered horo to Mr. Kemper would be by any means nvnllable with? out extenslvo alleratlons, and no dell nlte propwsitlon hns yet beon mnde for the erection of n building to he rented to tho government. Sllo ln Cnpllol S-jnnrc. The T-Iousn of fjelogntes yesterday passod Senator Harmnn'a resolutlon offerlng the southenstern corner of the Capitol Squaro to the government as a temporary slte for a post-offlce bulld? lng. 'When he left Rlchmond Mr. Kemper wns of the oplnlon thnt this ls the best stigBestion yet mado. He proposes the erection of a lnrse one story brick building. wlth nhout 12.000 square feet of floor space nnd nn nbun diincc of skyllght nnd ventllation. A hentIng plnnt and PtoraRe room could be provlded In the rear, or in a small cellar under pnrt of the bulldlng, whlch would be of a very slmplo character, of mlll constructlon, such as might be put up ln a few months. .It Is barely possible thnt tho Stnte may arrange to tako over the building after the government is through with lt, using lt ns a printlng offlce, or as nn arsenal and storeroom. The, build? ing would faco on Twelfth Street at Bnnk, and would not deface the Capi? tol Square, as thls is the least fro quonted corner of tho park. While thls one-story bulldlng would provldo admlrable qunrters for tho post-ofllce, tho government would stlll need flfty to sixty rooms for offlce purposes, wlth a sultable courtroom. These could be scattered over tbe clty. Revenue Collector Lowry has already looki-d at rooms on the ground floor of the Mutuo-i niiiiding for his force. "Wlll Hnve to Ilull.l. Mr. "W. C. Blanton mado a tentatlvo proposltion yesterday to rent to tho government for offlces the Hoen bulld? lng, near Twelfth and Bank Streets, Just opposlto tho proposed slte for the post-ofllce. The bulldlng has four storles, and wljl bo remodelled to suit the government. The Ballard Hotel, at Fourteenth and Franklln Streets, was nlso offored to tho supervlslng architect. "Certntnly a bulldlng wlll have to bo oreeted for the post-offlce," sald Mr. Kemper just before leavlng. "The other offlces may be scattered about wher ever we can flnd room for them." THK rilOIIIBITIOV CAMPAIGN. JudKe TM-llchnrd AVIII Iniiiigrurn tc It Wilmington' March Mth. rsnccial to Thn Tlmes-Dlapatch.l ASHEVILLE. N. C, February 29.? Judge .1, C. Pritchard has accepted an invltatlon to open the Stnte prohibition ?ampalgn ln Wilmington on March 14th, when he will address a mass meeting ln that clty. Ex-Governor Aycock will also partlclpnte. On account of tho contlnued .lllness of Unlted States Judge Goff. it will probably bo necessnry for Judge Prltchard to return to Rlchmond for the March term of the Unlted States Court of Appeals. He expects to leave horo March 10th, nnd as tho session wlll bo a brlef one. ho wlll go from Richmond to Wilmington. -. FIltE AT BLACKSTONE. Ilcaiclcnce of Jlr. L. G. Leigh Detclrnyed Ln-tt NlgliL rsoeelal tciThe Tlmes-Dlgpntcli.| BLACKSTONE, VA., February 29.? Tho cottage resldenco of L. G. Leigh, a brick contractor, was burned here to nlpht at 9 o'clock. It ls supposed to have caught from tho kltchen flue. No one was at homo at tho tlme. Nearly all the furniture was saved. Thc loss iis about ?G0O, wlth ?400 In gurance. I -' I-'ine Water nt I'enllentlarj-. At a depth of 250 feet water hns been struck In the yard outside the onst wall of the State Penltentlary. near the power-housc, and it is said tt. be of an untisually fine quality and of great quantlty. llr. XV. II. Taylor, Stato Chomlst. wlll make n test as soon as the sur faco water has been dralnecl off. A Ituil Stomnch ' Lesscns thc usefulness and mars tho happltioss of life, whlch it tli Ls wltl aches and palns and indescribable dis comforts. It's ti weak stomnch, a stomach thnt cannot properly perform Its functions because it lacks vlgor and tone. It's tho stomach of a dyspeptlc. Among Its symptoms nre dlstross nfter eatlng, liausea between meals, heartburn, holching. vomltlng. llatu lence nnd nervous headache. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills cure a bad stomach, Indigestion nnd dyspep? sia, and tho cure ls permanent. Mlss Mlnta Laiigstnff. 719 Orchnrd Slieet, Zanesvllle, Ohlo. says: "For yenrs I suffered constantly from dys? pepsia. Four bottles of Hood's Sarsa piir.llhi. permanently cured me." Accept no suhstitutos for Hood's Sar? saparilla and rills, for no suhstitutos ?t liko them.. WED D ING ENGRAVING f^ORRECT execution and finest workmanship char acterize all work of our En graving Department. Wed ding Invitations and Announcc ments, Personal Cards, dr-c. Samples and Estimates Submilteil. GALT&BRO. Established Over a Century .J-nvcller-i, SH-? -r-tmltliH, Slntlmieis. 1107 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D, C. Julius Sycle's Sons Women's and Children-s Suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Waists and Furs 50 per cenl. less iluni niniiiifacturor's cost prlces tu make lliuin movo ?ltilckly, $ai.U0 Liidles* Tailored SultB, ln black broiidi'i'-iii. 9H".im. $25.00 Jjiidles* Taliornd Sulta, 9i2.no. $18,00 Lndlcs' and Mlsses* Tailored Suits, t*il?*i?. / $3-1.00 Liulles' I,ong Broadcloth Coats, handsomoly hrulded, tlir.no. $25.00 Ladies' .stik Rubber-Llned Rnlnproof Coals, J*s.oo. , $10,50 Liidles' Long Broadcloth Coats,' $8.oo. $26.00 Ladies* Short Blafck Satin, Broadcloth Coat, hundsoinoly brald cd, 912.00. $20.00 Ladies' Short Tan Broad? cloth Coflts, lieaiitifully bralded, 98.00. $11.00 Lmlles' Slmrt Cravenetto Coats, $ll.r>0. $8.50 Liidles' Black Cloth Coats, W.oo. $16.25 Ladies' Navy Blue, Vollo Skirts, beaiitifiilly plaltod. 910.00. $11.00?Ladies' Black Plaltod Vollo Skirts, 9n.no. $5.00 Ladies" Panama. Skirts, $3.7**. $6.50 Ladies' SklrtB, ot styllsh mlxtures, 93.no. $9.00 Ladies' Black Taffeta W'alsts, 97.00. $14.00 Lndles' nnd Mlsses* Long Coats, 9*1.00. $4.50 Ladies' Blnrk Taffeta Waists, 93.48. $25.00 Lndios' Lace Waists. wlth Irish crochet medaUions, made on foundatlon of taffeta nnd chiffon, 912.50. $20.00 Ladies* Blark Chiffon Waists, wlth velvet and lace trim? mings, 910.00. $15.00 Ladies' Laco Waists, whito or black. 97.30. $7.50 Ladies' Waists, white, ecru and black, 9-l.on. $1.25 Ladies' Black Mercerized Waists, 8?<*. $1.25- Ladies' White Indla Llnon W'alstB, dalntilv tucked, 80e. $3.25 Ladies' Irlsh Linen Tailored Waists. 91.08. $1.25 Ladies' Llnlne Waists, slightly solled. :*0o. $6.00 Children's Coats, In red, tan and navv. J-'.no. $8.00 Children's Long Coats, 9-1.00. $1.25 Ladies" Whito Duck Skirts, 7?i-". $2.89 Ladies' Whito Duck Skirts, 91.BO. $6.75 Infants" Long Cream Cash mere Coats, 94.08. $7.50 Children's Coat Sets, In as trakhan nnd boarskin, 93.50. $3.89 Ladies' Gingham Houso Dresses, ono ploeo, U1.0S. $C.00 Ladies' Taffeta Silk Under skirts, 94.:t?. $3.50 Ladies' Black Mercerized Underskirts, 91.08. $2.25 Ladies' Colored Heatherbloom Underskirts. Sl.30. $25.00 Mlnk Fur Throw Bons, 912.60. $7.50 Squlrrel Throw Boas, 93.B0. $7.50 Misses' Panama Skirts, "'"'.00. $1.00 Misses" Panama Skirts, 9'J.OS. Linens Linen Crash for roller towels nt exceedingly low prlces. Cotton Crash. 3c vnrd. Cotton Twillod Crnsh. ."e yard. 61-lnch Table Damask. regular $1.00 a yard grade, for 8?e vard. Hemstltched Linen Damask, $1.50 quallty, $1.10 yard. Mercerized Table Damask, 75c quallty, 50c yard. Towels Colored Bordored Towels, 37*,4c quality. 2.'!c oach. Linen Huck Towels. I5c quallty. ll'/jc. Cotton Towels, 12Uc quallty, now Oc oach. Aircel Towels, lac quallty. now 1U"4?". Aircel Wash Bags, 4e. FALLS TB DERTH Aged Veteran Suddenly Stricken With Heart Failure While Mounting Steps. SERVED THROUGHOUT WAR Confederate Camps and Masonic Lodges to Send Delegations to Funeral. Suffering from a'sudden attack of heart falluro and vertlgo, Guard Supra C. Woodroof fell from tlie steps of the east wall of tho Stato Penltentlary shortly beforo 7 o'clock yesterday mornlng and was dashed to death on a plle of lumber forty feet below. Hls skuli was crushed, hls left arm and' both legs were brokon, and Injurles wero obscrved on other parts of hls body. An inquest was docmed un? necessary by Coronor Taylor. Two employes, Electrlcian N. K. Whito and Ouard Lawson M. Crump saw tho old soldier fall, but both were powerless to help hlm. Mr. Woodroof, or "Colonel" Wood? roof. as ho was often called on account of hls ugo and martlal bearing, llved at Nn. 227 South Belvidero Street whero Mr. Wllllam 13. Davis, |n whose homo ho l.ioardod, stated that' tho guard bad beon in poor health for two years, and occasiotially suffered frmn attnoks of vertlgo. Ho was elghty-flve years of age, and was a soldier through and th rough, hnvlng served in tho Beaure gard Battery. from Lynchburg, inter called Moorman's, after its commander, Major Marcellus Moorman. Yesterday niornlng Mr. Woodroof gave tho mlll? tary saluto to Captaln Morgan, Su'pef intendont of the Penltentlary, as he '?''-iii on duty. The saluto wns re? turned and a pleasantry exchanged. A few mninents later tlie guard fell to hls death. Mr. Woodroof served ln many battle_, and wns a sergeant In the Confeder? ate Horvlce at tho close of tho war. Af ,p'' Ihe siirrender he was employed by hls uncle, Mr. Set'h Woodroof. ln the banklng houso of Woodroof and Spence, in Lynchburg, whlch firm went out of business about 1875. Ho then obtalned 'i'i appointment, in tho penltentlary guard. lin was a member of the Gar land-Bliodos Camp, Confederate Vptet ?'"is. whlch will attend to the funeral urrangements in Lynchburg nnd es coi-t tho body to the grave. HIU City t.odgo of Mnsons, of whlch ho wns a member, wlli also partlclpnte ln tlu funeral services, Mr. Woodroof hav. lnn heen a Master Mason, Chapter Mason aud a Knight Templar ln Di* Molay Coiniriandery of Lynchburg, L?e I'iiinp will send a delegation, and Cap tain Morgan will detail an escort of hls eompnnlons of the guard. Delegate Tipton D, Jennlngs, a llfo* long friond of Mr. Woodroof, went to the penltentlary, and took active ? hnrgo of the funeral arrnngeiuents. MI spenk ln tho hlghest terms of the veterun, and he will bo burled wlth tlie rlies due a soldier of the-Confederacy. He wns thp last of hls famlly, aiul wns unmarrled. Corsets $1.00 grade, ln nll makes and -thapes ?Thotnpson's Olove-Flttlng, C. B., B Ct., Amerlcan Lady?SOc. Germantown and Shetland Floss Utopla Germantown, , all colors, lBc. Utopla Shetland Floss, 7c. Utopla Saxon, 10c. Utopla Ice Wool. 8e. Moire Bclting, 39c klnd, all colors, 10c yard. Art Work Bralnerd Armstrong Aslatlc Bope Silk, Filo, Floss Twlsted Embrold? ery. 2c skeln. Bralnerd Armstrong Embroldery Twlst, all colors. 5c rlozen. Heavy Rope Cushlon Cord, 12>/4c klnd, all colors, 6c . . Columbia Pearl Lustre, 2c skeln. Crawford Brothers* Linen Sllken Floss, 4 skclns for Bc. A. B. C. Linen Thread, 2c. Cotton Star Braid, 12-yard plece, Oc. Electric Crochet Silk. 7e spool. Star Knitting Silk. 17c. Marshall Llnon Thread, 7c. Blankets $4.00 White Wool Blankets, best tnne bound, all color borders, 92*08. *?S.00 Blankets, extra lino wool nnd size, all color borders, to go at 95.00. Crib Blankets Big values. all to bo sold at one third less than January reduced prices. Bed Comforts Made of best quality tlgured sllko? llne and padded wlth- pure white cotton. J*:t.on klnd .92.25 S2.20 klnd .91*00 H1.50 klnd .91.10 Down and Bed Pillows IfixtO for .10c 20x**'? for .33c 22x22 for .30c 24x24 for .40c 3-lb. Bed Pillow, heavy tlck, sold $1.25, must go for SOc. Lace IOe klnd .Oc 10c Torchon Lnee .Hc llic Bendcd Lace .Uo Basement* Bargains 50c Table Felt, 38c yard. Best grade of Calicoes, Merrlmac and Amerlcans, Oc. 12Vac Light and Dark Outlngs, 81-3c. Amoskeng Apron Gingham. 7c. 17c Toledo Novelty Dress Glng hams. J2Vic. 12**4c Solld Black Percale, 8 l-3c. A. C. A. Bed Ticking. 14c. 12 "?c Flannelettes. ?V4c 17c Teaseldown. lle yard. Very best grado Llght Percalcs. 10*AC. 35c Lockwood and Pepperell Sheeting. 10-4, for SOc. Linenette, all colors. 11c. 30c Unbleached Sheeting, 25c. 35c Unbleached Sheeting, 28c. Sorpentlno Crepe Cloth. 12Vjc. 10c Bleached Cotton. 791c. 8 l-3c Unbleached Cotton. 5Vie. 12V.O Basket Cloth, all llght shades. lOViC Sheets and Pillow Cases all mark? ed down. White, Bed and Gray Wool Flan nels all marked down 12Vse to 65c ynrd. Cotton Batting. Bc roll. 10c Shelf OU Cloth and Tracklng, 8c. Heavy Figured Denim. 12%c yard. 12!?c Sllkoline, IOe yard. Floor OU Cloth, 35c grade, 25c yard. Llnoleum, 40c square yard. Lineulcum, 50c square yard. Curtain Muslin 17c Colored Figured Muslin, 11c. Belts 50c Silk Leather Belts, 25c. * Special 79c Table $1.25 and $1.50 Men's Leather and Buckskln Gloves, 70c. $1.25 and $1.50 Lace Collars, 70c. $1.25 and $1.50 Japanese Linen Drawn Work, 70c. . $1.25 and $1.50 Hand Bags. 70c. $1,25 Collar and Cuff Boxes. 70c. $1.25 and $1.50 Shams and Scarfs, 70c. $1.25 and $1.50 Silk Mufflers, In padded and hnndkerehief styles 70c. $1.25 to $2.00 Infants' French Flnnne! Sacques, 70c. $1.25 to $2.00 Linen Tablo Covers, 70c. 10c Table 25c box Soap, 10c. 25c bottle Oakley Perfume, 10c. 25c Belts, 10c. 25c Hose Supporters, 10c. 25c Scarfs, 10c. 25c Children's Worsted Gloves, 10c. 25c Combs (horn), 10c. 25o Cushlon Top, 10c. 25c Worsted Hoods. 10c. 25c Satin Pln Cushlons, 10c. 25c Wool SUpper Soles, 10c. 25c Worsted Sacques, 10c. Men's Gloves 50c Worsted Gloves, 211c. 25c Worsted Gloves, 10c. $2.00 Men's Fur Gloves, 91*10. $1.25 Men's Kid Gloves. SOc. $1.50 Men's Worsted Gloves, 70c. Ribbon Velvets 15o Ail-Silk Blbbon Velvets, all colors, Oc. 17c klnd, in all colors, 11c. Notion Bargains Dragon Spool Cotton, 23o dozen. Curtaln Pins. 2c dozen. 10c Linen Shoe Strlnga, 2c pair. 5c roll Tape, le. 100 Hair Pins, 3c. Wllliams's Bottle Ink. 3c. Blue Seal Vaseline, 3c. 5c Crlb Pins, 3c. Machine Bobbins, 4c. Plcture Hooks, 12o dozen. Smith & Sharp's Needles, 3c. Snap Hooks and JSyes, 2 dozen for le,. 10c bottle Machine OU, So. All colors, 100 yards Spool S|lk, best makes, Sc, SOc. Skirt Marker, 30c. 10c Dnrnlng Eggs. 3c. Baby Elite Shoe Polish, ?e. 10c box Shoe Blacklng, 3c. Bntchelor Pants Buttons, 3c. 25c box No Troublo Shoe Polish, 7e. Linen Corset Laces. 3e. Chinese Wax, 3 for 3c. Linen Carpet Thread; 3c. I'ombs, horn, 3c. Three dozen Inltial Letters for 3c. I'oLong Hooks nnd Eyes, 7c card. Shlnola Shoe Polish. 7o. Kid Curlers, ?o dozen, Gloves $1.00 Kld Gloves, sllght imperfee tlon. .in--. $1.26 Kld Gloves, all perfect, ali slzes, 8Hc. $3.00 Long Kld Gloves. $2.40. BOe Kayser AVorsted Gloves, 2Se. BOe Knysor Silk Gloves, black oi whlte, -IBb. Infants* Sweaters $1.00 Sweator (whlte), 30c. Squaw Bags $1.00 kind, black and tan, 80c. Druggets $25.00 Tapestry Druggot, 9x12 ft? for $i.-..oo. $17.00 Smyrna Drugget, 9x12 ft, to go for $0.00. Window Shades BOe Window Shades, complete, 35e. 75c Wlndow Shades, complete, 80c. Lace Curtains, Portieres All to be Sold nt Onc-Thlrd OIT. $1,215 Curtnlns for. .. .83 l-3c $1.50 < ii iln I ii -j for.$1.00 $2.00 Ciirtiiln-i' for.$1.:t.'t $.'1.00 Curtnlnn for.$2.00 $5.00 CurtnliiH for.$3.33 Portieres and Table Covers to be sold the samo way?one-thlrd off. Men's Suits and Overcoats $10.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats to go nt $5.00. $12.50 Men's Suits and Overcoats go at $0.25. $15.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats go at ?7.KO. $16.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats go at 8-S.00. $20.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats go at $10.00. $25.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats go at $12.50. Men's Pants to Co $2.00 Men's I'nntn.$1.05 $5.00 Mfii'-i I'anl-i.$*:..-,0 $8.00 Men's I'anli-.$-1.00 $10.00 Men'- I'nnln.$5.00 Men's Smoking Jackets $8.00 klnd .$4.00 .. $5.00 klnd .$3.50 Men's Bath Robes $5.00 Itnl-e .?->.20 $7.00 Itohr .$.1.50 Men's Overalls Sweot Orr, $1.00 klnd, SOc. Sweet-Orr Corduroy I'ants, $3.50 kind. $2.75. Boys' Suits $l.2.'i Kulckerbocker Suits, $2.08. $?.r>o Boys' Suits. $a.5o. $5.00 Boys* Corduroy Suits. $3.30. Boys' 50c Corduroy Pants. 20e. Men's Night Shirts 50c Flannelette Shirts. 30e. 75c Cotton Night Shirts, well made, 45c. Men's Hats $1.50 Hats. soft or stlff, 80e. $3.nn Men's Hats, $1.08. $1.00 Men's Hats, $2.08. BOYS' HATS. 50c John Jones Hats, 20c. Men's Shirts 50c Madras Shirts. 16 to IS, go at 50c Shirts. nll slzes. ro at -12c. $1.00 Stlff Shirts. sizes 16 to 18, 20p. 75o White Laundorcd Shirts, all sizes, 45c. Men's Fancy Vests $1.50 klnd to bo nt. 75c $2.(>l? kiml tn k<> nt.$1.00 $3.00 klnd to no nt.$1.50 $5.00 kind to eo at.$2.50 19c Table 25c Centrepieces for 10c. 25c Supporters for l?c. 25c Dress Shiclds for 10c. 25o GIrdle Plns for 10c. 25c Ties for 10c. 25o Gloves for 10c. 25c Brushes for 10c. 25c Buckles for 10c. 39c Scarfs for l!?c. 25c Necklace for 10c. 50c Combs for 10c. 50c Hoo-Js for 10c 25c Pin Cushlons for 10c. 25c Collars, embroidery. 10c. 50c Fasclnators for 10c. 25c and 29c Leggins for 10c. 29c Sacquos for 10c. 25c Purses for 10c. 50c and 25c Belts for 10c. 35c and 25c Sllpper Soles for 10c. 25c Vell Plns for 10c. 25c and 50c Combs for 10c. 25c Brooches for 10c. Leggins 50c Chlldren's Leggins, 15c. $1.00 Chlldren's Leggins, whlte bcarskln and astrakhan, SOc. Items from All Over Store $1.25 Boys' Sweaters, 70c. Bustles?SOc Sanitary Bustles, 20c. Shopplng Bags, 60c kind; special, 25c. Coat Hangers, 3 for 5c. 75c Garters, 3Hcj ? black and all colors. Androscoggln Cotton, ?%c. $1.25 Ladles' and Gents' Umbrel las, 80c. $1.00 Stocklnot Rubber Cloth. 70c. 75c Stork Sheoting, 42c. Dressing Sacques, Kimonos and Bath Robes. $1.00 Flannelette Dressing Sacquea, $3.50 French Flannelette Klmo? nos, long, $1.80. ? ?._ $2.89 Long Japanese Crepo Klmo? nos. solld colors, $2.20. $2.50 Short Japanese Figured Kl? monos. solld grounds, $1.70. $2.19 Solld Colored Crepe Klmo? nos, wlth Persian bands, $L01i. $1.75 Long Flannelette Klmonos, $1.25 French Flannelette Dressing Sacques, 80c. ? . ??? $5.00 Ladles' Elderdown Lounglng and Bath Robes, $3.08. $1.50 Flannelette Wrappers, ROc. ?513.00 Ladles' Pale Blue Chlna Silk Klmono, $0.00. Birdeye 27-lnch Birdeye, $1.00 grade, 80e. 24-inch Birdeye, 95c quality, 85c a plece. 22-lneh Birdeye. S5c quality, 75c a plece. . Bed Spreads Regular $1.00 grade Qullt, doublo berl slze, SOc. Colored Frlnged Bedspreads, for whlto iron beds, $1.50 quality, now $1.00. Regular- $1.75 Bedspreads, extra quality. now $1.35. $1.50 Bedspreads, for double beds', now ?l.ll>. 12-4 Bedspreads, beautiful pat? terns, $2.75 quality, now $2.40. Infants'Wear Infants* and Children's White DreHses, ln every concolvable style. dnlntlly hand made, wlth trlmmlnga of Val. and Swiss, at a great deal loss than half price. $1.50 Children's Colored Percale Dresses, Bllc. $2.25 Infants* Long Hand-Mado Nalnsook Dresses, H1.30. $2.50 Children's White PIque Sailor Suits. 91.48. Ladies' and Children's Hats $10.00 Ladies' Trimmed Hats, 08c. $2.00 Children's Hats, 25c. $2.25 Children's White Felt Hati, 75c. $1.50 Ladies' nnd Mlsses* Tam o'Shanter Caps, 25c. Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Muslin Underwear 25c Children's Whito Muslin Skirts, 10c 15c Children's Pants, 1214c. fiOe Children's Gowns, 42c, 50c Gingham Jumpers, 30c. ?9c Children's Trimmed Cambrlc Skirts. 25c. 25c Children's Muslin Underskirts, 30c. $1.50 Ladies* Muslin Underskirts. OSc. * $2.50 LadlCfi' Nnlrsook Gowns, OOT. 25c Ladies' Muslin Corset Covers, IOe. ? Ladies' Flanneletto- Night Gowns at i'fs than half prlc. $1.50 Ladies" Flanneletto Nlght Gowns, nlcelv made. 70c. $1.25 Lalles' Whito Flanneletto Night Gowns, 00c. Hand Bags 91.2.*! Hniin . 70c 92.00 "TIiik** .91.2R 93.00 Hiikh .-11.80 Embroidered Flannei 75c Krinle for.50c f"I.On> grmle for....Me. 91.25 jrmde for....SOc Nets Speclal values in Black and Whlt-j Nets, plain nnd dotted flgures. Fltet Nets all marked down at low prices. Dress Trimmings Silk Soutacho. all colors. 25c plecH. Sllver .Soutaehe. 50c plece. Worst?d Soutaehe, llic plece. Perslan Pull Bralds all marked down at less than cost. Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets $1.50 nnd $2.no Dress Goods. In horringbone, blue, 1 lack and colors. 91.25. $1.25 **"ilk Velvets. all colors, to go nt 70c ynrd. ' 25c Plaid Dress Goods. 10V4c 5le Worsted Dress Goods, 30c. $1.00 Dress Goods, 00c. tl.89 Broadcloths. 91.50. $2.00 Dress Goods. cravenette and fancy mlxed, 91.30. All Black Dress Goods marked down. 50c Mousseline, all colors, 43c. $1.39 Black Taffeta. 31 Inches wide 91.00 ynrd. 75c Taffeta Silk. all colors. BOc. $2.00 Fancy Sllks. 91.00 yard. 75c Bar Chiffon Mousseline. all colors, for waists and evenlng dresses. 41c. 25c Silk Mousseline. IOe. Men's Hosiery 25p and 35c Men's Wool Hose, gray. red and blue, 10c. 17c Men's Wool Hose, in grny, 11c pair. Men's Mufflers Padded Silk Mufllcr, sold 75c, now 35c. 25c Wav's Sweater Mufller. IOe. $1.25 and $1.50 Men's Silk Padded and Handkerchlef Muftlers, 70c. Toilet Goods Arimire Floatlng Soap. 2c cake. Arinuro Tar Soap, 3c cake. Colgate's Shavlng Stlck. 10c. Corylapsls Talcum Powder, 12c. Colgate's Talcum Powder, 12c. lloublgant Perfume, 91*25 ounce. Colgate Perfume, 21c ounce. Colgate's Toilet Water, 41c. Cashmero Bouquet .Soap, large size. 10c. Premo Glycerine Soap, 3 cakes for l?c. Colgate's Pino Tar Soap, 10c cake. Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear At loss than cost. Only a few men? tloned to glve you an ldea of how we are selllng: 50c Mon's Wool Fleece, 38c. . Men's $1.00 Wool Underwear, gray, whito and red, 00c. Wrlght's Health Underwear, 60c. Men's $1.25 Wool Underwear, red, White, gray and blue, SOc. Men's $1.50 Wool Underwear, gray, red,- white and fancy, all wool, of best make, 91.00. $1.50 Ladies' All-Wool Pants, all slzes,' *whlto, gray and red, 80c. $1.25 Ladies' Wool and Silk Bibbed Unuorwear, 80c. $1.25 Ladies" All-Wool Pants, small slzes (28 to 34), SOc. 25o Ladies* Fleeced Bibbed Under? wear, 17c. 69c Boys* Gray Wool Underwear, 30e. . 35c Children's Fleeced Bibbed.Un? derwear. 10c. 50c Boys' Fleece-LIned Under? wear, 30c. $1.00 and $1.25 Ladies* Wool Bibbed Corset Covers, 00c. 6O0 Ladies' Short Sleeve Ribbed Corset Covers. 10c. White Goods Mercerized Figured Madras, regu? lar 25c value, now 18c yard. Dotted Swiss, ln small and largo dots, regular 37%c quallty, 23c yard. Figured and Dotted Mull, 15c quality, llVjc yard. Broad Plaid Muslin, very flne and sheer, 20o quallty, 15c yard. Indla Linen, 40 inches wide, regu? lar 20c quallty, 15c yard. Indla Linen, orlginal price 13 ",4c, 15c, lG2-3c and 25c, now ll'^c, 14e, 15o, 23o yard. Perslan Lawn, 4.5 inches wide, 29o quallty, now 25o yard. Other Perslan Lawn at greatly reduced prlces. French-Lawn, 48 Inches wide, very flne quallty, at 3,3c, 45c, BOc yard; excoptlonal values. Wash Chiffon, 50 Inolies wide, 35c, 45c, 00c yard. These cannot be du plicated elsewhere at these mat'Vel ously low prices. English Nalnsook, 10-yard pieces, regular $1.50 grade, now 91.35 a' ploce. Engllsh Nalnsook. 12-yard pieces, 92.25 for $2.60 value; 92.45 for $2.69 value. Engllsh Nalnsook. 40 inches wide; speclal value, 15c ynrd. JULIUS SYCLE'S SONS.