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$22.50&$25 Mew&Stylish Spring Sufe Are HfareMonday at $18_75&$20
Unparalled sale at this season of the year. Two special lots of Suits at unheard of prices, considering the materials, style and workmanship. Nowhere else in the city will you find such values in. Suits as these two offered. In these two lots are Suits in every new and correct model, possessing all the latest fashion features and trimming ideas, Suits that will satisfy the taste of the most critical, no matter how exacting. You will be particularly impressed by the superiority of J. B. Mosby & Co.'s values. The two spe? cial Suit offerings below will more forcibly than ever emphasize the advantages to be derived by selecting your suit at J. B. Mosby & Co/s. oc: _>o Women's $22.50 Suits This Week at J. B. Mosby & Co.'s For $16.75 ioo smart suits are included in this offer. Thlis scason's elevcrest fashion effects. Made of French Serges, Diagonals, Fancy Worsteds and Hard Finished Materials. Coats 33-inch lengths, semi-fitted styles, pla_n tailored and lined with soft satin and peau de cygne. Skirts in the newest plaited styles. This scason's correct new shades. Suits worth ?22.50, this week at*J. B. Mosby & Co.'s, choice for $16.75 $30.00 and $35.00 Last Year Spring Suits, $7.98 Twenty-fiye suits in this lot, madc of Serges, Prunella Cloths and Fancy Mixtures, in black, navy, old rose, reseda and gray. Coats 36-inch lengths, semi-fitted, plain tailored and trimmed effects. Skirts plain gored styles. Suits that sold for $30.00 and $35.00, special-. $7.98 Women's $25.00 Suits This Week at J. B. Mosby & Co.'s For $20.00 Exclusive models of Imported Worsteds, Diagonals, French Serges and Hopsacking. 33 and.34-inch tailored coats, pcau de cygne lined, with notch or shawl collar. Skirts in the new plaited styles. This spring's newest shadcs, including tan, navy, reseda, cadet, copper, gray, orchid and black. Suits unequalcd under $25.00, this weck, choice of fifty magnificcnt models for $20.00 ?OC DO $7.50 Linen Suits, $5.98 .Women's Suits, mado of pure* lin? en, natural shade, coats 36-inch lengths, aeml-flttod, three-button model; skirts new plaited stylos; I7.E0 values; speclal, 95.08. $3.50 Waists, $1.98 Imported Lace "Waists, hand made, all sizes; j_.50 waists; special, 91.0s. $5.00 Silk Kimonos, $2.98 Silk Kimonos, large Iloral deslgns wlth plain satln bands; $6.00 values, speclal, 92.0s. $1.25 & $1.50 Wash Waists, 98c I $6.50 Skirts, $4.98 Ono hundred Walsts ln thls lot, mado of flne Imported madras In stripes and flgured styles; plain tailored and tucked styles, wlth In.undored c#lln.r and cuffs; waists that sold for $1.26 and $1.50; speclal, 08c. One hundred Skirts, made of chif? fon Panama and crisp black volles, new plaited models, wlth plplngs and bands of silk; colors navy and black; $6.50 values, speclal, $.|.ns. $4.50 Silk Petticoats, $2.48 Petticoats, made of heavy, rust llng taffeta sUk, ln black and all the now sprlnp* shades, Including tho new changoable effects, deep shlr red flounce. wlth under dust ruf? fle of percallne; skirts that would be cheap at $4.60, for Monday only, choice of any at $2.48. Taffeta Silk Coats, $9.98 Stylish Coats, made of chllton tnf. feta silk, 36-lnch. seml-fltted style, handsomely trimmed ln brald; ex? cellent valuo at S0.08. 75c Petticoats, 49c Made of bluo and whlte striped gingham, wlth deep clrcular flounce and undor dust ruffle; 75c values, speclal, 4ve. <xz ISO UNDERWEAR SPECIALS (Second Floor) Petticoats Excellent quality Cambric Pettlcoat, with full flar Ing umbrolla, tucked lawn flounce, dust foundatlon; reg? ular and extra sizes, 91.50. Modiste Skirts Ladies' Modiste Skirts. made of good cambric, wlth tucked' muslin ruffle, finished with new pattern of em? broidery edglng; special, 75c. Nainsook Gowns Flne quality soft finished Nainsook Gowns, slip over stylo; neck and sleoves finished with embroidery edging and ribbon; 51.-8 value, speclal $1._5. Nainsook Gowns Extra size Gowns, mado of good quality nainsook, low. round neck style, trimmed wlth embroidery and beadlnp, wlth ribbon drawn through. Short sleeves, finished wlth embroidery edge; $1.98 value, speclal $1.50. Drawers Ladies* extra size Drawers, made df nlco quality cambric, finished wlth an extra full lawn tucked ruffle, trimmed wlth embroidery edglng; spoclals at 75c, SDc and 08 c Circular Drawers Ladies' Clrcular Drawers, made of flno quality nain? sook, finished with embroidery flounce; speclal, 75c. Dress Goods??Silks??Wash Fabrics Stacks and stacks of new and nobby things, the art treasures of foreign and domestic looms, are here awaiting inspection?designs and colors, made and dyed specially for us and not to be found elsewhere, and yet there is no more to pay than for the commoner sorts. Don't put it off, but come Monday. You'll not regret it. Wool Dress Goods DIIESS GOODS AT 91.50 A YARD. About 100 pieces of thls season's prettlest dress fabrics, ln Serge, Shelma,' Sheltona, Pan? ama, Diagonals, Hopsacking and Striped Suit? ing, ln wldtha up to 66 inches, at 91.50 a yard. ???OllJ-vS* ?-> $1.25 Cr'm Serge, Bl'k Stripe, 98c "We ?wish to announce that we have the most completo stock of Cream. Goods and cream wlth black strlpo sultlngs In tho clty, ln every known weave, ranglng in wldth up to 51 Inchos and at prices from 50c to $1.50 a yard. 75c Cream Serge, 59c SILK AND \VOOT_ EO_____3_<f7V_-S. In about' flfteen new shades and chansreable effects: the prettlest thing on the market; 44 inches wide and hlghly finished; $1.75 and $2.00 a yard. 65c All-Wool Panama, 49c $1.00, ?1.25 A__I- 91.50 SII.KS AT C9C. Messallnos, peau do cygne, foulards, striped satlns and other deslrable silks, ln overy wantod shade, ln wldths up to 27 inches; speclal for. a few days at 00c. $2.50 Bordered Foulards, $1.48 85C RdlAIYAT AT COC. A beautltully finished rough silk. ln Gen tlan, tan, natural, new brown, leather, vlolet, reseda, Copenhagen, old rose. whlte and black and other pretty shades; full 27 Inches wide, speclal 50c. $1.25 Black Taffeta, 89c 60C FOUtAIlDS AT 50C. 85 pieces new Foulards just arrived; tha kind that usualiy sells for 69c; in all new and stylish patterns. Those wero bought under prlco and wlll be sold the same way; special at 50c. 75c Black Swiss Messaline, 49c. Wash Dress Goods 25c Whlte Lawn, 40 Inches wld?; very shoer, beautlful weave. A good value for 25c, an extra speclal, 10c a yard. 25c Scotch Ginghams, 17c 25c Dotted Swiss, 27 inches wide; beautlful material for a nlce, cool, summer dress; speclal, 12%c a yard. 75c Bordered Efleures, 59c $1.00 Ramie Linen, 45 inches wide, black and all colors; just tho material for coat suits; spe ,clal, 85c a yard. . 11.00 French Linen, 45 inches wide, sponged and shrtink, ready for use; all colors; speclal. 00c a yard. 25c Striped Muslin, 15c Corset Specials (Second Floor) C. B. a Ia Spirite, Style 1187, heavy coutil, boned throughout with "Samson" bone, low bust, with extra long skirt; supporters side and front; trimmed with fine lace and ribbon; &f" AA special. tj. D?UU C. B. a Ia Spirite, Style 740, made of imported French coutil; a double-boned corset for the stout figure; two pairs of heavy supporters in front, also side supporters; special value. $3.00 Our Special.?Thompson's No. 1, made of fine batiste, medium bust, low under arm, extra long skirt; two pairs supporters; ?1.50 value; special. $1.00 Full line of Children's Rompcrs, in pretty striped and plain materials; blue and tan amm linens, 39c to. I DC oc: :x=> Tailoring Department Special April Offer A $60;00 Suit to Order, $45,00 IMPORTANT?This special offer is for a limited time only, and your choice can be made from a wide range of beautiful styles in fine imported cloths and suitings, in black and all col? ors and in spring and summer weights. These surits /will be strictly man tailored to your measure and finished to absolute perfection. SKIRTS?Any model you wish. COATS will be cut any style yo'u wish and lined with guar? anteed satin. This is indeed a rare chance to own an elegantly tailored suit to measure, and worth at a close profit price $60.00. For $45.00 Monday Millinery Attractions We have a splendid assort? ment of very splendid values in hats for Monday?hats that are suitable for immediate wear and wll be serviceable through out the season. These up-to-date hats, while moderately priced, reflect ab? solutely the best styles of the most exclusive models. There are great numbers of them, too, all having individual and distinctive style and allowing almost unlimited choice in se lection. MILLINERY SECTION Annex (second floor) There are the extremely large hats and turbans?the two demands of the season. Excellent straAV shapes, hair braids, hemps, etc, trimmed .with wings, flowers, ribbon bows, and many with the very popular large bows of ne't or lace. These are splendid val ucs, shapes to become every woman or girl, and most re? markable values at $6.00 to $12.50. Specials from our Upholstery Department (Fourth Floor) Good heavy Chlna Mattlng, all new patterns; worth $10.00, now $7.50 roll, or 25c yard cut, Extra heavy Chlna Mattlng, In plain or pretty patterns; worth $14, now 911.00 roll. or 30c yard cut. Cochin China Matting Splendld assortment of stripes and checks; worth $16.50, now913.00 roll, or 35c yard cut. All mattings lald free of charge. Hofi Fjbre Rugs A new stock of Hon Flbre Rugs, ln all colors and sizes. .12 xlS..918.00 7.0x10.0..90.00 10.6x12. . 91-1.00 30x72 .. 91.50 Oxl-I. .91-.00 20x48 .. OSc Crex Rugs A large and complete llno of the celebrated Crex Grass Tlugs, ln all sizes. ln plain and fancy border de? slgns; Plain Rugs Fancy Borders 9x12... 97.50 Ox 0.. .94.00 30x72...91.25 27x54... 75o 18x30. ...35c Fire Screens Fancy palntod and hand-embrold ered Japanese Flre Scroens; a large solectlon at $2.08, 92.50 and 91.08 cach. We would call your attentlon to our new sprlng llno of Imported and domestic Cretonnes, Taffeta... Satoons, Art Tickings, DImltles and many other new and dcslrablo yard goods for sllp covers and all klnds of summor drapcrlcs. :__c_> <__<_. Handkerchief Specials Women's Hernstitched Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs, wlth medalllon Inl tlal ln corner; 17c value, 10c. Women's 25c Hernstitched Sheer All-Linen Handkerchiefs, with eye. let medalllon and inltlai in corner; entlrely new; speclal, io 2-3c, Neckwear New Collars, Stocks nnd Jabots, very new and tasty Ideas. See our specials at 25c and 50c. Iteal Irish Neckwear, ln an im mense range of new and tasty pat? terns, 50c to $12.00. Elbow Length Silk Gloves Two Special Bargains Two extra heavy quality SIllc, doublo tlpped and ln all colors. The $1.00 kind, speclal 40c. Tho $1.60 kind, speclal 91.00. Chamois Gloves, ln whlte and nat? ural, piix sea**.**., ono largo button, thoroughly washable; special value, 91.00. Gloves Tho best klnds at tho best possl? ble prices are tho klnds you get here. Our $1.00 French Kid Gloves. flt tecl and Kuuranteed at our glovo countcr, are the best glove values ln all nichrnond; all colors ana black. Our $1.50 French Ktd Glove, fully guaranteed, Is the top notch of glovo oxcellenee. Hosiery That ls full of worth and prlco sur prlses. ?Children's Fancy Socks entlrely. new patterns, 25c. AVomen'a Boot and Allover Lace Lisle Hose, in new and handsomt) pattcrns, 35o and 50c. Hosiery that is Guaranteed to Wear "Women's Lisle and Cotton Hose, fully guaranteed, 25c and 35o. Children's fully guaranteed Llslo Hose, 25c. Women's Silk Hose, ln "all colors; guaranteed to wear, 91.25, 91-50, 91._9 nnd 92.00. Parasols Tho entlro new stock ls here and ready for your Inspectlon. Nowness and Httle flgured prlcog are the at traotlve features of the showlng. Prices, 91.50 to $18.50. Leather Bags In swell now shapes. See our specials at 91.00, 9i.n0, 91.08, 92.50 and 92,08. Wilmington Social News. , [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.il .Wilmington, N. C March 2H.?A tmber ot iileasant social evenVs ;tre ?hedulcd for next we<_k, followlng ie corK.lu._ion nt the _Len.cn eeaaon, inong the prlnclpal eventa will bu ie annual Easter dances of the two irman clubs of tlie clly. The first 'the two-*S7r.u-e.s wlll be that of tho Arloso German Club, whleh ls eot r tlu* evening of March 31, Thia tnee will bo followed-two evenlngH ter with that of tlie l.'Aglle t'utlllior. ;ub, Both danoos will be glven in [p handBomo bHllroom of the Ma* *nlc Temple. ln addition t" tho fnces, a nuhiber of recopttons. cartl .rtles and infonnal ul'fulis are hedulcd for thc* ilr.st fow days tol wlng Easter. Tho buturduy Kvfn *g Club, an orgunizatioii uinung the lung soclety hien, ihe purpose 1,1 hlch ls to hold a danco every Sut *day evenlng:, ?'ll| also resuine lth ips beginnlng the ilrst Saturday tor Easter, and eontintilng untii the inch season opeiu*. A numbtr uf the most prominent limlJUJt.V"' muBiVjiung -have orsunlzed ?.-'?'?' a Chorai Soclety for thia clty. The or? ganlzation meetlng was held ln the Young- Men's Chrlstlan Assoclatlon parlors and there were about seventy slve culllyated muslcians lnn.ttendai.ee. tifliucrs wero elected and tho assocla? tlon was gotten upon a llrm basls. Plans have been intuigurated for at) elaborato May festival, which wlll bo held hero about tho mlddle ot May. The Chorai Soclety wlll number about 100 volces, and wlll ho under the leadershlp of E, ri. Munson, an ac compllshed orgahist und director of thln city. Tho membershlp of the so? clety wlll bo dlvided Into active anrt assoclate members, The autivo wlll be those omhraeed ln the chorai work, and the assoelato ineuiliers thoso who asslst in the executlve d.partment of tlie association, It Is plunned to se? cure a large erche.stra und nuiny so lolsts froin Northern muslcal .ireles to ald ln the muslcal festival, whleh ls pianned. The exacl rtatea for tho fos-tlval wlll be announood in tho Im liKMllate future. und it ls pianned to inake tho event the most olaborale of lts klnd ever held tn \Vllmln_jton. , The Keast oM'urim, one of tho most, iiolcmn eeretntmlala in tha calendar of tho Jewlsh Church was approprlately celobrated h.re. ln the afternoon on tho flrst day of thn celebratlon a danco for tho children was held ln Harmony Clrclo Club rooms. Thla danco was for tho youngor peoplo numbered In the congregation ot the Temple ot israel, and tho dance was tn hceord wlth the nature of the Purim ceremonlal. Tho danco coni mdnced ;it 1:30 o'clock In tho afur inioii anrt contlnued untll 9 o'clock ln the ovenlng, Many adults vlsited iiarnjony Clrclo Club rooms durlng tho progress of tho dupce, and partlcipatetl ln the pleasant al'l'atr. Tho followlng duy the Purim festival was concluded wlth a a'ol.emn service held in.'tlm Tem? ple of Israel; Thls sorvlce was con ducted by itev. S, Mcndolsohn, d. D? rabhl of tbe Temple of 'Israel; The oxorclses were beautiful -lirtd sln.pru.s Hivo, and' servod af a flttlng cdnClu slon- to tho Feast of Purlni.' ' ' ??-; . ''./;. ' Wins ton-Salem Social News. ISpoolal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. | Wlnston-Salem, N, C, March 116.? Soclety in tho Twin City wlll hold liigh carnival during tho next few days, Eastor in Wlnston-Salom ls always one of the most generally ob served holidays of tho year. The cele? bratlon opened thls afternoon by the buscbnll fans, who wero out in full fotco to attcnd the flrst real gamo of the season, tho contestants belng the toams from tho Unlverslty and Davldson t.'olloge. Thero aro several hundrd vlsitors hero, the hotels and boarding-housos belng crowdcd. Many wero uttractcd hero by thc beautiful aud always Improssivo Mornvlan Eastor sunrlao sorvico, which *will be heltl on tho Moravlun graveyard to morrow mornlng, provided, of course, that tho weather wlll pormlt. lt wlll bo conductod by Bishop Rondthaler. and Rov. .1. K. Pfohl, pastor of tho .Homo Church, Tho attendance upon thls service lK expected to be not less than S.uuft. Monday mornlng apd evenlng, tho Twin Clty Club Wlll glvo Us annuul Master germans. In tho afternoon anothor hasoball gamo wlll be played nt l'lertniont Park, tho teams* belng from tho Carollna Unlverslty .and Uifuyoito Colloge. Much Intorest ls felt hero ln tho an , nouncfuiciii uf thu epgagemont of Mlss Rilll Eddy Garrlson. of Boaton. and AVilllam Lawrenco Reld. of thls clty. The marriage will bo celebrated in June. Miss Garrlson was tho ln structor in elocution at tho balon. T<o malo Collego the past two sesslons. Mr. Rold Is one of the Twin Clty s popular young buslnoss mon. / The local members of the Gr'eens Doro Female Collego Alumnao Asso? clatlon hetd a most delightful meet? lng lasfFVIday at the home of Mlss Ida Hinshaw. Announcomont was mado that when the colloge was de? stroyed a few years ago by flre, au of tho record books of tho instltutlon were burned, and that Mra. Robertson. the president, is now endoavorlng to get a complete llst- of all former puplls, the year thta thoy were at col? lege, and both former, aud present natne and address. Mlss Elizaboth Duncan. of Ralolgh. a pupll at tho S'alem Colloge, who was operated upon for appondlcltls at thc hospltal throe weeks ago, was ?jiblo to leavo for home a fow .days ago. sim was aecompahlod by hor parents, Mh and Mrs, *l*j, Carl Duncan." Dr, and Mrs. C. U Suntmors roturnod Thursday from a trip,];. Now Yorls. and Baltimore. Dr. Summerg accom? panled ISx-Judge and Mrs. H. K. Star buck to New Tork City, whero they ,carrled tholr llttle son to be treated by a speclallst. Mrs. John A. Cates. of Fayettevillo, ls tho guest horo. of her. slstor, Mrs. H. A. Brown. She ts roturnlng from a vlslt to hor daughter, who ls ln school at Rlchmond, Mi*. and Mrs, Samuel Patterson, of Jtoanoko riaplds, are among the many ISaster "-lsttors to the Twin Clty. Mlssos ISUa Lambeth and Annle Thomas, of. Thoniasvllle, are tho guosts of Mrs, W. J. Hege for Easter., Mlss Porter. teacher of art. and Mlss Blanohe Gunn, teaoher of French In Groonsboro Femalo College, wlll leave ln May for a trlp abroad, Mlas Gunn wlll spend two months in Parls. ???.? ? A. & M. Social News. [Spoclal to Tho TJmes-01_patoh,l West Billelgh, N. C? Maroh 20.?Tha Young Men's. Chrlatlan Assoclation of tho collego hfts arranged for a aorle.i of elght Isqturo. o_> tUe. oliaracters of* tho Blble, to bo held every Tuesday evening by tho pastors of tho different churches of Ralelgh. The flrst one was held on last Tues? day evening by Rov. Mr. Whlte, of the First Prosbyterlan Churoh. The week? ly Sunday evening meeting was ad? dressed on last Sunday by Major J. J, Bernard, _/-^. -ST--R. Ross, president of tho local Y. M, C. A., has roturnod from tho soventh nnnuat conventlon of the Caro- ? llna YoAmg Men's Chrlstlan Associa? tion. ' Tho senlor orators and valedlctorlan for commencoment wlll bo announcocl by Dr. Hlll next week. Professor I. O. Schaub, of tha col? lego, who is also connected wlth the Stato Boartl of Agrloulture, ln oxten slon work, has returned ? irom tho western part of tho State, whero lm has been organlzlng boys' oorn clubs, Manager 1*1. S. Mayes, of tho Qlea Club, l.as arranged another short trlp, the ongagoment bolng wlth Goldaboro. Aprll i_; Wilson. Aprll 14, and __tla_ abeth Clty, on Aiiril 16. ? . .