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1ETY + Mrs. charles m. 19 North 1-Uth nounces tha engB SHIEUDS, of Itth Stroet, an lgagemont of hor daughtor, Carollno, to Trusten Polk Praper, of Youngstown, O., formerly of WlIminBton. Del, Miss Shlelds made hor dobut ln Riehmond and has always llved In thls clty. From tho tlmo of her lntroduc tlon to society she hns boon a social favorite and greatly admlred hore, In Savannah, Baltlmore and othor places whero sho hns vlslted. Tho lnterost wlth whlch tho announcomont of her ongagement wlll be recelved wlll ba tempored by tho rcgrct that Mr. Drnper has his homo ln a State ncccBsltatlng her romoval from tho clrcle hore, wlth whicn sho has boen assoclatcd slnco hor glrlhood. I'nlng Aliroad, Mlsses Ellso Miles. of the Universlty of Virginia, and Mary StuTtrt Cocke, of Roanoke, wlll leave thls week for New York, from which placo they wlll fall on Saturday, January 29, to spend right months ln Europo. They wlll travel wlth Mlss Mlles's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Kent, of tha Uni? verslty of Virginia, and Mlss Bleanor Kent. landlng first at GIbraltar and leisurcly vlsltlng varlous places of in? terest In Southern Europe durlng the wlnter. In tho sprlng- they wlll go to Paris, nnd wlll spend Eastor In Rorae. Oreat Brltaln anl Egypt wlll be vlslted durlng the summer months. Both Mlss Cocko and Mlss Mlles have frequently vlslted Blchmond aa tho guests of frlends horo. Of Interc-st Here. An Atlanta paper of la3t woek con talns the following: "Hugh Hagan, of Koanoke, has been spendlnfr, some time in the clty aa tho guest of hls aunt, Mra. Wellborn Hlll. Mr. Hagan ls a son of the lato Dr. Hugh Ilugan, of Riehmond, ono of the most dlstingulRhed physlclans of hle day. Mr. Hagar. ls ln tho scnior class of Washlngton and Lee, and wlll study medicine, after hls graduatlon, at Johns Hopkine, golng abroad later for prac? tlce In the great hospltals of the Old World and a course of study ln Vlenna. He will probabiy make hla home in this clty nfter proparing hlm nelf for hls professlon. J.utH'Iit-on on Frldny. Mrs. "Willlam Northrop was hostesa at a very attractive luncheon on Fri? day at 2 o'clock, at her homo, 503 East Grace Street. Covers wore lald for seven, and yellow Jonqulls ln a sllver vaso and candles shaded In sllver and j-ellow wero tho tablo decoratlons. Mrs. ?Xorthrop's guests included Mlsses l-'lora Mason, of Frederlcksburg; Rachel Hannum, of Chester, Pa.; Suslo McGulre, Fanny Hobson, Allco Doylo and Courtenay Crump. t'nrd Pnrty for MlMa Ilnnnnm. Mrs. Granvllle Gray Valentine en? tertalned at cards on. Wednesday even. Ing at half-after 8 o'clock In her homo 12 East Frankiin Street. in honor ol ? Mlss Rachel Hannum. of Chester, Pa., who ls the guest of Mlss Fanny Hob? son. 2 West Frankiin Street. Amerlcati Beauty roses wero used most effeo '.ively to decorate the housa. Mrs. Valentine recelved ln black spangled iot, with pearl ornaments; Mlss Han mm wore a gown of palo blue crepe neteor, wlth a corsage bouquet of violets, and Mlss Hobson wore pink latln, trimrncd ln Irlsh lace, and em? broldered in gold. Mrs. Valentine's guests wero Missci Sachel Hannum, Fanny Hobson, .Niinc; Selden, Avis Grant, LUllan BInford '/fablo Walker, Ellzabeth Atkinson rJugenio Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Vlcto Williams. Watt Ellyson, Horbert Clal borne, Robert Lancaster, Willlan Habllaton, James H. Drake, Jr., Dr Robert Stuart, &'. S. P. Patteson. Itoll tn WoMlilngton. Mrs. Wllllam F. Dennls, recent!; elected president of tho Southern Ro llef Society, recelved the un'animou vote of the trustees ot that organiza tlon, and therefore has ontered upoi tlie dutles of hcr posltlon wlth un un usual personal dlstinction. Mrs. Dennls Is a Kentuckian, a verj handsome woman, wlth great eharn of manner and executive abillty tvhlch wlll be of Immcnso advantag< MISS MARY IVES llARROW, OF SMlTIIFIl-'I.t), VA., Wbo?c Engitgcmeut iim? ju?t Docn Au iiouhced to Peter wulker Turuer, of 1-1 in ii urlu. 1 ? iilMrtTi'iMKlUrl 'AMERICA'S POIllSMOST BRAND." Ita Uiinllt> nieoiia aatlnfnctlooui Ila Purity mcnuii mtfclji IU Sirti.KMi mcnns ectmomy' !?? Fretihiieaa niennu ilellnlil, Any iiutruo-pltiutluK Kroeer wlll nupuly you. The Reily-Taylor Company Xcw Orleuua. V. v. A, mmt+mmmmmm '?*??-*-? '?!?IM??W^n-.w^f-fcAn .?mi.Ju^jt^,>^..^J.u^--,. Mr t-_. ln tho work which will be raqulred of hor. Mr, ond Mrs. Dennls wlll jl vido tho wintor botweon horo and Now York, where tho former'a busi? ness demands much of hla tlmo at prcsont. The Southern Roliof ball was hold on Friday ovenlng at the New Wll lard, and a representative gathcrlng of persons from offlclal and resldent eoclety ond others coming from all parts of the country wero present. A number of Riehmond eoclety peo? plo also attended this affalr, Young society girls who nssisted ln dolng tho honors of the evening were: Mlss Paullne Mhgrudor, Mlss Mar? garet Murdaugh, Mlss Phyllla Snyder, Mlss Sarah Parker, Mlss Ruth Bowle, Mlss Mildred Fearn, Mlss Julla Golds borough, Mlss Annie Irwin, Mlss Allce Shepard, Miss Carlta AnderBon, tho Mlsses Meyor, tho Mlsses Downing, tho Missos Young, the Missea Hoth, Misa Clarice Wright, Misa Francos Wooks. Mlss Margaret Worthington, Mlss Nancy Johnson, Mlss Elizaboth Matllo, tho Mlsses Abbot, Mlas Ear lougher, Mlss Gortrudo Williams, Mlss Elcanor Torry, Mlss Luclnda Pennoba ker, Miss R E. Briscoc, tho Miases MncMurray, Mlsg Halford, Miss Salllo Grlinth, tho Mlsses Smlth, the Mlsses Bayno, the Missos Haxall, Mlss Hltch cook, Mlss Robbyn Young. Mlss Rlta Wrenn, Misa Margaret Price, Misa Ed na Saunders, Mlss Louise Rowsor, and Mlss Margaret Gage. In Honor ot Mlss Wnddlll. Mrs. J. *-A. C. Gronor entertalned Thursday at an enjoyablo oyster roast at Cape Henry ln honor of Mrs. Men alcus Eankford, and her .sister, Mlss Mary Waddlll, of Riehmond. Those enjoying- Mrs. Groner's hospltallty wero: MrB. Menalcus Lankford, Mrs. Francls Stelnmetz, Mrs. Holt Page, Mrs, Wlckham Cuthbort Taylor, Mrs. Wllllam H. Taylor, Mrs. D. D- Gro ner, Mra. R. T. Thorp, Mrs, Axthur C. Humphreys, Mlss Waddlll, Miss Ham lin, of Charlottesvllle, and Mrs. Blanche Camp. Mlss Waddlll has been entertalned a great deal durlng her stay in Nor? folk aH tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Lankford. Dnltlmore Debntanlc* Eutertnlned. Mrs. S. Proctor Brady gave at her homo In Baltlmore a luncheon for her debiuanto sister, Mlss Laura Emory. Recelvlng wlth Mrs. Brady and Mlaa Emory woro: Mrs. Gorman Hunt Em? ory, Miss Elsa Brooke, of Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Mlss Sara Gibson and Miss Una Hutton. The guests, who were acated at small tables, each arranged wlth masses of pink roses, were: Mrs. Tet ard, of Now York; Miss Miller, of Montclalr, N. J.: Miss Etta Albert, Mlss Constanco Bentley, Mlss Rebecca Bevorley, of Virginia; Miss Edna Uresee. Mlss Florenco Brush, MIkh Katharlno Brady, Mlss Mary Craw? ford, Miss Susan Frick, Mlss Ellza beth Glttlngs, Mlss Anita Hoff, Mlss Anita Haek, Mls3 Eleanor House, Mlss Ellen Llgon, Mlss Eugenla Leverlng, Mlss Credllla Miller, Mlss AUIson Mil? ler, Mlss Rosalle Pago, Mlas Virginia Ranson, Mlss Allco Rldgely, Miss Mar garet Roho, Mlss Emlly Randall, JIIks Ellznbeth Spencer, Mlss Elsle Watts, Miss Mary Clare Warlng, Miss Elizn beth Wood, Mlss Dorothy Wlllson and Mlss Marle Yoarley. 31r?. Smlth's Tea. Mrs. Maurlce Smlth was hostess at n very charming tea on Thursday afternoon at her homo on West Graco Streot, ln honor of hor daughter, Mrs. Doan, and Mrs. Kerr, of Baltlmore. The parlors wero very artlstically dec orated In palms, ferns antf scarlct flowers. In tho dlnlng-room a basket of Riehmond roses and narclssua was used as a centreplece for the tablo, and red-shaded candles were used throughout the house. Mrs. Smlth recelved in a black lace robe, wlth diamond oriiamonts and corsage bouquot of vlolets. Mrs. Dean woro a gown of pink crepe and car? rled a noseguy of pink buds and lllies.' Mrs. Kerr was handsomely gowned ln black satin and wore gardenlas. Mrs. Seldon Taylor, ln white satin, pre Remarkable 11 Years' Test of Tuberculosis Cure. Vlsitorn to tho exhlbitlon roocntly held ln Philadelphia to acqualnt tho publlo with tho danger.. o. Tuborcuto sls and to demonstrato tho tnothodB of prevcntlon and tho ouro of Consump tlon wore surprleod when lnformod at tho Bureau or InformaUon that no statement ot cureg waa at hand. In tho past fow yoors lmmenso auma have beon spont and many pnrsona trcatod by the ogga, mllk and frosh alr advo catos; yet, ourlously, cured cases aro raroly found, Thiit Eckman's Alterativo poaltivolv cures Tubcrculosia (Consumptlon) and stands tho test of tlmo la proven by tho following letters: Philadelphia, Pa., March 26, 189S. Gontlemcn: My son commeneod tak? ing your medlcine February 2d. 1898. Provlous to that tlmo my famlly phyal. clan had glven him uP to dio with Con? sumptlon. Not belng satlsfled, I had hlm takcn to a. promlnent hospltal In thla clty, whero thoy Informed mo that both uppor lobes of'hls lungs wero dis oaned. Upon oxamlnatlon of hls spu tum thoy found lt full of Bacllll, and sald thero wa? no hope of hls recovory. Ho was compellcd to glvo up hls posl? tion. l_o commenced to Itnprovo almost Immedlatoly aftor taking your remedy, and has now roturnea to hls offico worlc (Slgned) Mrs. E. F. BIrd, 20S South Seventh Streot. A-tcr Eleven Ycnra. Philadolphla, Pa., January 24, 1909. Gentlemen: Your lnqulry aa to tlie health of my son SHaplelgh recelved. I can truthfully- say ho Is and has been In exeellent health; never had a return of the dlsease since taking your Alte? rativo 11 years ago. I cannot Bpeak hlglily enough of your Alteratlve, as It saved my boy'a llfe. Rcspectfullv yours, (Slgned) J-rs. E. F. BIrd. Kckman'a Alterativo is good for throat and lung troubles and is on sale In Rlclimond at Owens & MInor Drug Co. Ask for hooklet of cured cases. It can also bo .-Malned at or procurert from vour local drugglst It not, send this acSvertlsoment wlth two dollars to tho Eckman Laboratory, Ptiiladcl phlfi, Pa.. and wo wIU sond you ono bottlo propald to your nearest express ofllco. a. 1 IHIL li 11. ??_?_"-^?^^MM^f^__> sided at tho punch bowl, nnd asslstlng in dolng the iionoi"3 of tho oceasion were: Misses Ethel McCaw, Edna Da. vis and Loulse Williams. An orches tra plnyed durlng tho evening. 311 -s Wlient a Bridenmalit. Mlss Elizabetli Wheat is visitlns friends ln Rock Hlll, S. C, where sh, went to bo bridcamald at tho wftddlnj; of Mlsa Madgo Johnston to Fletchcr Ruff, whleh took placo on Wednesday and waa a very brilllant affalr. Miss Wheat will bo absent soveral weeks. -Ilrn. Johuatoii's ot 'Ilomci*. Mrs. James Ambler Johnston will be at homo to callers on Wednesday af ternoons untll Lent, at her home, 315 South Thlrd Street. Mrs. Johnston's marrlogo, which took place early in January, was ono ot tho brilllant so? cial events of tho season. i.imiiKi'ini'iit Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson Trlce, of Woodlawn, Louisa county, announco the engagement and ap proachlng marriage of their daughter, Irene, to Edward Lalrd Gilmore. for? merly of VIrKinia- now of Atlanta, Ga. Tho wedding will bo very qulet on account of tho brldo'a mnurning, and only the immcdlate members of the famlly will be present. The cere? mony will take place on Februavy 3, no lnvltations or announcements to b-: Issued. After a wedding trlp Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore will make their home at 90 West Peachtreo Street, Atlanta, Ga. I>r. Dodil's Lecriure. Dr. Charles H. Dodd, of Baitlmore. will lecture at Woman's Club on Mon? day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Dr. Dodd ls well known throughout tho East for hls charming personallty and hls delicato llterary sense. Cultured and schoiariy, he intcrprots the per? sonallty of men of letters most at traetively. Hls subject will be "Charles Lamb," the gentle Ella, whoso works and influenco bo ha? studled wlth raro symapthy. Dr. Dodd has al? ready vlsited, Richmond onee or twice, and those who woro fortunate enough to hear hlm know hls ability as a speaker and cssaylst. Llteraturc aud Brldge. On Wednesday afternoon Miss Danlet wIU meet tho Llterary Class, and on Frlday evening, the 28th instaut, tho January card tournament will be played. wlth bridgo whlst as tho gamc, Members are entitled to invlte gen? tlemen partners, and aro requested to reglstor thelr tables not later than Friday morning. .11 is. Montrimi- to l.nlertnln. Mrs. Carroll H. Montague will en tertaln at a very attractivo card party on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in her homo, Sll West Franklin Street. Aiinunl Keorpllon. The annual reception of the Rloh mond Chapter, U. D. C, will be held to-morrow evening in Leo Camp Hall from 8 to 10 o'clock, ancl will be a vory delightful affalr. Those recelv? ing with the offlcers of tho chapter will be: Governor-Elect and Mrs. Mann, Mrs. J. Enders Roblnson, hlstorian general, U. D. C; Mrs. Nathan Eller, President of Vlrglnia Division; Mrs. J. M. Gregory, presdent of Chester Governor Swanson rs Country Home *u*>iu^?mMiurf.wix.??ii;,iv**.^<..nun".>?.' ?*? i---.;-^?..v-rrniiaaa ? *"" " -.? II.UON, XKAIt CIIATHAM, VA., Tlllfl COU.YTIt\ UllME Oli* GOVERNOR. AND .IlltS SAVANSON. Tho abovo plcture of Eldon, about a milo from Chathani, has just been taken, since Us completlon by Ari-hl tect Dunran Doo, of Riehmond, ln ae. aordanco wlth Mrs, Swanson's idcaa und desircs. As wlll be notcd. tho houso Is vory KpacloiiB, huvluir a maln body and wings, the colonial pomh extondlng the ontlro front of 100 feot. Tho ln. terior of tho houso, as to halls, driuv trio; rooms, library and dlnlnp- room. haa been docorated and finished iu ne cordanco wlth the best tnsto and tho most Improved moUiods. When Clovornor and Wfrs, Swanaon return from, au extended uleasuro trljj, fleld Chapter; Mrs. Pryor Jones. jirenl dent of Petersburg Chaptor; Mrs. Tlp ton Jennlngs. Lynchburg; Mra. J. H. Tlmborlako, cuatodlan of Virginia Di? vlsion; Mra. jamcaRWcrth.MlssBo.tty Ellyson. ohaJrman of ontortalnment committee; Mrs. Charles Masslo, Oak wood; Mrs. Bdgar D. Taylor, Holly. wood; Mrs. Jullan Moses, Hobrew; the tho vlce-regenta of the Confederate Musoum represontlng their reBpeotlve States; Mrs. A- J. M?n)a&%F*?*?}. ot tho Confederate Woman i??>??? Mrs. A. M. Tyler. repreaentlng the press of Rlchmono*. h-i??. All members aro lnyltod to bring an escort. The Confederate veterans of Lee and Plckett Camps. niernboiaof tha Legislature, wlth thelr wivc^ and all vlsltlng daughters are lnvitod to attend. The young membors of the chapter wlll sorvo tho guests. To Mcct on Wcdiiesilay. Tho Confodcrato Mcmorlal Literary Society wlll hold "a regular monthly meoting at tho Confederate Museum on Wednosday mornlng. January 28, at 11 o'clock. A full attondanco is deslred. Vesper Service. Dr. Samuel Hatcher, of Broad Streot Methodlst Church, wlll speak at tho vesper servioe at G'30 thls afternoon at tho Young Woman's Chrlstlan Ab sociation, 70U Kast Frankiin Stroet Speclal music wlll bo furnished by Mlss Vlola Dlacont. Annunl Meetlng V. D. O. Tho annual meoting ot tho Rieh? mond Chapter of tho United Daugh? ters of tho Confederacy will be hold ( ln Lee Camp Hall on Friday mornlng, January 28, at 11 o'clock. Election of officers wlll tako place, and all mem? bers aro urged to be prosent. In and Out of Town. Mlss Mary I-Iarmon, of the Untver sKy of Virginia, who has been vlslt? lng frlenda horo, Is now tho guest of Mrs. Menalcus Lankford, ln Norfolk. Rt. Rev. R, A Glbson has roturnod to the clty, after a brlef vlslt to rola tlvos in Staunton. Mrs. II. Minor Davls and Mlsses An nio Clark, Lucllo Lloyd and Nan Da vis, of Lynchburg. are ln Washlng? ton for a' week's stay. Mlss Mary Stuart Robortson, of Staunton. is the guest of frlends in thls city for somo tlme. Mrs. Littleton Fitzgerald. of New York, wlll arrlve about February 1 to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. James R. Werth. 172f. Park Avonua. Mrs. A. H. Wittner, of Washlngton. D. C, Is thc house guest of Mrs. Arml stead L. Wcllford. 112 Cnthedral Place. Miss Retha McCann has returned to hor home ln Walkor, Va., after a vlslt of several weeks to her slsters, Mrs. W. F- Harris and Mrs. G. E. Alexan? der, ln this clty. Mlss Rachel Brundred, of Pennsyl? vanla, who has been the guest of Mrn. Bogan Golsan, 309 West Frankiin; is now in Washlngton, whero she will remnin some tlme. Mlss Rosa Ratmes, of Delhl, N. Y., is thc guest of Mrs. Georgc W. Har rington, 720 East Marshall Street. John S. Holden, of West Branch. lov, is vlsltlng* his son. J. C. Holden. KOS Monteiro Avenue, Barton Heiglit.". ? - Mrs. K. D. T. Myers ls the guest of l-clatlvRH ln Baltimoro for some tlme. Wytheviile Social News. [Speclal to Thn Tlmes-Dinpntch.) WylnevilU., Va., January 22.?Tho 1 Flve Hundred Club waa dellghtfullv I entertalned by Mrs. Charles Boyd, on I Thursday afternoon. I Judge and Mrs. Samuel W. Williams lcft" Wednesday for Riehmond. They [ wlll bo jolned by the rest of the I forhily early next month. Mrs. Stephen Putney leaves this week to spend the remalnder of the wlnter with her daughter, Mrs. Page Damo, In Baltlmore. Mrs. ls. L. Jewell has returned home after a vlslt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hal Glbboney. Mrs. Jewell was accompanlcd by her sister. Mlss Mary Glbboney, who wlll spend sev? eral months in PIttsburg. Rov. and Mrs. .1. E. Naff are vlsltlng ln Washlngton this week. Mrs. \V. W. Pendleton and daugh? ters, Mlsses Allce and Marguerlte, have returned from a vlslt to relatlves in Loulsa. Mrs. Lena Coper is at home after a visit to her nlece, Mrs. L J. Demp sey. lu Riehmond. Miss Mary Poage ls the guest of frlends ln Roanoke this week. Crewe Social News. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Crewe, Va.. January 22.?Mlss Mazie Gllls la vlsltlng frtond3 in Bluofleld, W. Va. Mrs. M. Havlass, of Ohlo. and Mrs. J. Anderson. of Kork Union, are vlslt? lng Mrs. H. F. Henson. Mrs. Canie Fitzgerald. of Black stono. is vlsltlng her daughter, Mrs. Henry E. Lee. * Mrs. Otis Bray has returned from a -ntortain there extonsh nielr trip uni lnclude or eana for MardJ Grua entertalnment, nh.nned whleh win |10 he~lln as soon as tho Governor's n?mini_u_tloi- ends, they will mako thoir homo at Eldon and niUertHin the.e oxtonslvely. ido a vlslt to Now . ?.-us and to attond -., planned ln their honor. i hey win R0 t.rom j--? orleans to Mexlco, Smiiiiern Cnti-ornia and Hon o ulu. Tl.ol,. uinorarv is dellghtfully Planued. am, pi.om|8Sa ?nich in the way of n(,.(|0l, r__t uncl -ofreshmont. A tealuiv. ?, lojfion js ils extonslvo lawn an.i ataiely ahado troes. Thoso, "?"h Us flowora nnd sl.rubB, reuder Uie plan, i,,,,-! ]]( u_ s-ttlng and In .vUlnB- ln us upnearanco, The Last Day's of the Clearance Sale ri n ' ii ???_iaaaga3a______?_____g_-_s==?Bar^g___????a?--sa----.?- ?.s5* )2^J^J?M Extraordinary Values to Be Obtained in the Final Reduction of Coats, Suits, Dresses and Furs. Only a few more days to pick up one of those MEMORABLE BARGAINS In a numher of instances there is just one of a kind, in a variety of models, amongst which you are pretty certaln to find something that will please you and be a revelation in value-glvlng. Some of our most attractive apparcl is still to be elosed out, and perhapa you have overlooked the fact that you have THREE MONTHS of winter wear left in which to enjoy wcaring same. Among the garments remaining there may be one you admired. Possibly the price was above what you could pay. The final reduction may have brought this garment down to your price. Why not investigate? Everything ln winter apparei must go, regardless of cost or value. Our $30 to $35 Suits wiindjl Q 7C be Cleared To-Morrow forJ?P10?* ?* These Suits are of cheviots, wide walc, diagonals and broadcioth; some fancy, othcrs plain tail- 01 C 7C pred, in all sizes; to-morrow. ?P1 O- I O Our $20 to $25 Suits willldjl A *7? be Cleared To-Morrow for) Y*^- ? * Materials: S::rge. diagonals and homespun. A num? ber of styles to .clect from. and all sizes in <P1 4 yC the combined lot; to-morrow. tj)l _>l O Our $12.50 to $15 Misses']^/? 7C Suits Cleared To-Morrow for j*PU- ? ? Materials: Cheviots and (P?? *7C All ,-i..es to select from; to-morrow Ov/? I O Our $25 to $30 Dresses will be Cleared To-Morrow for Made of serge and broadcioth. in most all colors; some claborately braided and others plain, in a <P1 f| QQ number ot styles; to-morrow. ?01 "? UO Misses' Suiu broadcioth Our $12.50 Dresses will b_]d?C AA Cleared To-Morrow for . . . j?P?J?VU Misses' Jumper Drcasca, in navy blue fl?C AA serge, full plaitcd skirt; your choice to-morrow -P JtUU Our $15 and$12.50 Coats will]d?7 CA be Cleared To-Morrow for . j *? ? -^U Black and colors, tight, semi and loosc-fitting moHels, 45 inches long, in tnanhiah materials; some i!*'7 C A half lined, others lined throughout; to-morrow *D I ?0\J Our $25 and $20 Coats will] djl A A A be Cleared To-Morrow forj?P1V?W Coats are full length, in a largc variety of styles, in the newest models; fabrics are all mannish <T1 A f\f\ mixturcs; to-morrow. ?J) * U?Uy Smart Military Cape at $3.98 Popular garment: acttially worth $7.50; made of broadcioth. faced with red ' flannel; collar <PO QQ piped in gold braid; to-morrow. *D*Ja%jO Now is Your Opportunity to Select Rich Furs at Less Than Ever Before?Coats, Neckpieces and Muffs Reduced The Final Clearance. Select any piece of Fur or Fur Coat and deduct 25 per cent. from original price. A saving making it worth while to lay itvaway for next season's wcar. These Furs are not bought specially for sale purposes, but our own high-grade Furs, all made from the best prime selected skins. Such values don't last lorig. Better hurry! Trimmed Hats at Less Than Half-Price Most all our High-Grade Hats, heretofore shown upstairs, have been brought down on the first floor for final clearance. To those in need or contemplating buying should not miss this great offer. These Hats have been lately made. Vou should investigate these, ancl note the importance of this decistve clearance. We have divided them into four lots?$2.50, $3.50, $4.98 and $7.50. Half-Price Sale of Girls' ani Children's Coats and Dresses Every Coat and Dress in our Children's De? partment has been reduced. Mothers should take heed of these extraordinary values and be here early Monday to participate in these bar? gains. <j Dresses $5.98 Blue, Red and Brown Dresses, sizes to fit children 6 to 12 years; special, $2.99. $7.50 Peter Thompson Dresses, in navy and brown serge, sizes to fit misses 6 to 14 years, now $3.75. $7.50 Green Mixed Junior Suits, with jumper el'fect, double breasted, sizes 8 to 14 years, now $3.75. $10.00 One-Picce Serge Dresses, in black and navy, finishcd with lace collar and tie at neck, sizes S to 14, now $5.00. Children's Coats (Sizes 2 to 12 years.) $5.00 Children's Long ancl Short Coats now $2J50. S6.00 Children's Long and Short Coats now $3.00. $7.50 Children's Long and Short Coats now $3.75. $10 Children's Long and Short Coats now $5.00. $3 C. & B. Corsets, To-Morrow, $1 Certain styles of this season's best sellers will be discontiiuied,,. and this offer will clear them out in a hurry. AU made of the best coutil. Any one in need of or contemplating buying a Corset should not miss this opportunity. Ac -_iual $'..00 values to be elosed out to-morrow.>r-n. Last Call on Blanket Robes Ladies' Blanket Robes, in colors of Iight blue, pink, gray and tan; cord and tassel at neck and <PO AQ waist; sold for $5.00; to-morrow. *PO* _C* Another special value in Blanket Robes that sold regu larly at $2.50; colors in navy, gray and brown; <P| A O cord and tassel at ncck; to-morrow. tUJL*TtO Final Reduction on All-Wool Coat Sweaters , $2.98 Wool Sweater, 36 inche3 long, w. $5.00 Wool Sweater, 42 inches long, w. $6.50 Wool Sweater, 42 inchc- long, w. $6.98 Wool Sweater, 42 inches long, $1.98 $2.98 $5.00 $5.75 Higher priced Sweaters proportionately reduced. Every Mother Should Take Advantage of These Remarkable Values iu Boys' and Girls' Hats First Floor, Rear. $1.50 and $1.25 Boys' and Girls' Soft Felt 7Cr Hats now . i OK. $1.98 Boys' and Girls' French Felt Hats $1?5 Odds and ends in Children's Hats that sold CA up to $1.50 now. uvt January Sale of Undermuslins This has been a splendid, successful sale from every standpoint. The large number of new customers we have made shows an apprecia tion of the value and quality of our garments - that is a source of great satisfaction to us. Two vcry specials for Monday: vAt $1.00.?-Special attention is called to a Skirt of cambric; has deep lawn ruffle, with four bands of wide Val. insertion and edged with Val. lace; spe- fljl AA cial To-Morrow. ?])JUvU Ladies' Low Neck Gown of longcloth, with yoke of Val. and Swiss insertion, short sleeves of four bands of insertion, finished with Val. edging; spe- ffl AA cial To-Morrow. . <Dl_1iu Special Sale of Marabouts One-fifth to one-third s?ving. An annual January event that affords an opportunity. of securing high-grade Marabouts at priees very much below the regular rate. visit to Choriton, on tho Eastern Shore. Mrs. T. M. Balrd and llttle BQn, Thompson, arc vlsltlng in Chrlstlatis burg. s Mrs. Robert Wlnfrey arid hoi* -two daughters, Missos EmniH and J'.dlth, aro vialtlng Mrs. T. C. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Illnes have re? turned troin an cxtondod vlslt to Flui-Idu. Onancock Social News. ,-.[Spoclul lo TheTimaa-UI'ipatch.] Onancock. Va., Juiitmry 2i!.~Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Potts loft Monday for i 'Aii.un.n,8ruioa, Fla,l whero they wlll spend several weoks wlth Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Prultt. ? Mr. and Mra. R. L Shleld are homo from a visit to Mrs. J. AV. Lealhe'r' bury, of Eastvllle, Va, E. and F. Curtla has returned from a vlslt to thah* sister, Mrs. Charles M. Cullen, or Georgotown, Del. F. ?' A. Powoll, who" 'has benn vlsltlng his brother, Mr. Oscar L. Powell. left for hls homo tn Sioux Clty Wodnesduy. Oscar ls. Powell Ih Iu North Attloboro, M'ass., tlio guost of his sis? ter, Mrs. Wlllls LeBaron llulo. Francls IX X'arker and son, Drurn montl, Boent thls week ln Washlng? ton, R. E, Lankfoi'U spent sovoral daj;s njcontly with hls mother. Mrs. E. .L r.ankford, of Princess Anne, Md. ls. D. T. Qtiimby is homo from a trlp to Riehmond and Washlngton. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Parker entertaln? ed at whlst Friday evening in honor of Miss Margaret C. West. Theii" handsomo homo was boautlfully deeo i-ated ln curnaiionH and forns. Among others prosent wero Mr. and Mrs, G. Douglass Wlll'lns and Mrs, Thomas S. Hopklils, of Tualey; Mlsses Suzannu Ln-ikfonl, Min-y Rloh, Marki Munning, F.va uud Honnlo HopkliiH, Lyda Mo Gi-ath, Nclllii Powoll, Hudia Flotolipr; Robert 10. Lankfortl, Robert jg. I'owoll. Clarence and John Cui'tlH. Paga Parker. F. Ray Slileld,. RulpU Rich, and, Gllman Wftrrou, / ?