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Season's End Sale of Coat Sweaters !
Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters, in white, grey and cardinal, sold up to $3.98. your pick from the lot for. Hoys' awl Girls' Sweaters, in grey, navy and cardinal; the alwavs Sl.00 ones for. 09C Children's Knitted Toques to match sweaters; the 50c ones for 25c and the ^*~f!1 ^??li illll? I IWlMIIMlim n IM ? Hl iiuIiUl--^. The Si.50 and S2.00 ones $1.48 98c for:,. Small Child's Sweaters, in white, with cardinal trimmings, military collar and emblem on sleeve; the SI.00 ones a q for. *tOC RICHMOND, VA. We Sell More Woman's Garments Than Any Other Slore in Richmond. r Dress Goods Exceptional Values for Monday j v. 50c Novelty Suiting, 25c.?38 inches wide; this Suiting comes in stripes as well as the leading plain colors. 75c and $1.00 Suiting, 50c?-This All Pure Wool Suiting comes in plain weaves and neat pure stripe plaids ?50 inches wide. 51.50 Handsome Suiting, $1.00.?This superb All Pure Wool Suiting comes in this season's most favored patterns, also in plain weaves. New Scotch Ginghams, 25c.?Over one hundred pieces of this beautiful Gingham, now on display, in plaids, stripes ami checks and solid colors. HAND MADE LACE CURTAINS Just received a ship? ment of Beautiful Hand Made Filet Renaissance and Arab Lace Curtains, ranging in price from $20.00 to $75.00 a pair. These Curtains, which arc real works of art, are now on exhibition in our Dra? pery Department. Third Floor See These To-Morrow Fine serges, black and white check and fancy mixtures, in Smart Short. Coat Suits, strictly tailor finish, straight line skirts; our leader at. $15.00 Fancy Gray Mixture Suits and Hairline Stripe Serges, nobby styles and best tailor finish special, $17.50 and. . . . $20.00 A large assortment of stylish spring models, in grays, tans, navy and black and white; all late cuts, nobby short coats, new skirts; these arc worth S30.00; CJOC A A our price. tP?i?3?Vvf v_ Smart models of imported fancy mixtures, basket weave cream serges, all the latest* ideas and best work man ship; prices, $35.00 and. 37.50 Shades made to or? der; estimates gladly given. 75c Ruffled Muslin Curtains, 2 7-8 yards long; special, per pair. 58c $2.00 Couch Covers, Roman stripe designs; special, each, $1.48 SI .00 All Wool Smyrna Rugs, size 30x60; special, $lo98 $t.00 Nottingham Curtains, 3 yards long extra value; special per pair, 79c $1.50 Portieres, 3 yards long, several dif? ferent designs to select from; special, per pair, $1.19 S4.00 Japanese Mat? ting Druggets, size 9x12, new designs; spe? cial, each, $2.98 10 rolls of $ 1.00 Best Tapestry Brussels Car? pets, room and hall styles; special, yard, 50c S10.00 Smyrna Hall Runners, size 3 feet wide by 12 feet long; Season-End Sale, each, $5.00 SI.50 Velvet. Rugs, size 30x60. good de? signs; special, each, $1.10 Tapestry Brussels Druggets, size 9x12? $12.50 ones .. . $9.98 $15.00 ones .. .$12.48 $17.50 ones . . .$14.98 $5 All Wool Smyrna Rugs, 36x72; special, $2.98 S25.00 Axminster Druggets, only six in the lot, size 9x12; spe? cial, each, $15.00 30c and 35c Extra Heavy China Matting, new designs, laid, 25c 12Kc Silkoline, 36 inches wide, 25 de? signs to select from; special, per yard, 6k 12 Mc Dotted Swiss, 36 inches wide, 10 dif? ferent designs; special for one day only, per vard, Sc 9i Children's Dresses, in light and dark calico, attractive styles, pn sizes 6.to 14 years; special. . *J\)Q A large assortment of Children's Dresses, in chambray and percale, all new styles; special Fine Dotted Swiss Dresses, with band embroidery, in smart styles, 6 to 14 sizes; spe- (j^ CJ^ ciai Very Sheer W hite Mull Dresses, p broiderv trimming, $5.00 value; specki V _:_ Fine Percale and Gingham Dresses, sizes 6 to 14 years, full fl*| AO skirt, sinart styles, for. . . <|)ieT? Attractive styles in Fine Madras and Scotch Plaid Gingham Dresses, fancy trimmed in soutache fl?0 braid and embroidery, for Children's White Dresses of lawn, tucked and embroidery trimmed, neat styles; spe- fl? "\ cial. q)lo easant style, with fine em Never Such Price Cutting Before on Women's and Children's lit Underwear onday Sale of J r Children's Onetia Union Suits, 2 to 12 years; instead of 50c and 65c for. . . Ladies' Half Wool Fine Ribbed Vests and Pants; the SI.00 and $1.25 ones for Ot/C The Three-quarter Wool ones, some extra sizes among the lot, worth up to ff* f AA SI.50, for . . tPl?UU Ladies' Fine Ribbed Knitted F. P. Corset .Covers, high neck, short sleeves; instead of 50c these for. ?et) Children's Red Caracul Coats; the S3.50 ones for. S5.00 Black Caracul Coats. 3 to 5 years, for. Si0.00 Handsome Black Imitation Pony Coats, 4 to 6 years, for. All Coals for children 2 to 6 years are reduced. Infants' Slips and Skirts, wel made and good material, for... .... ^ojC Others up to $2.98. Baby Dresses, for those 6 months to 2 years, several styles to select from; the price starts at. tm**jC Others up to $1.50. French Dresses for the little ones from 2 to 6 years, some low neck and short sleeves, all made of good material and neatly flJO trimmed, for 50c'up to. Infants' Skirts and Children's Short Skirts are here in flannels, muslins and nainsook; a variety of styles, some hand embroidered; the price starts at 25c up to $3.48, Recording to quality and trimmings. Everything pertaining to the infant or small child can be found here at reasonable prices. ?>o> Lowered Prices the Attraction in Muslin Underwear Ladies' Muslin Drawers, with hem? stitched ruffle, open or closed "1 C styles, for . IDC Another lot of Muslin Drawers, with hemstitched tucked ruffle; the 35c and OC 39c ones for. 4iDC A large assortment of Ladies' Drawers, lace and embroidery trimmed, medium, large and umbrella, some Marcellas among the CA lot, worth up to 75c; these for. tJUC A lot of Gowns, in high, V neck and slipovers, some extra sizes among the lot, lace and em? broidery trimmed; instead of 98c and *7C $1.19 these for. 4 DC Several styles of Gowns, all well made and daintily trimmed, that sold for SI.50; fl**! AA your pick from the lot for. q/leUU Several styles of Corset Covers, well made and daintily trimmed, worth 65c to 75c; CA these for. DUC In Linene, Striped Madras and Fancy Checks; Strictly Tailor Finish, at . . . Sheer Lingerie Waists, with Cluny and Val. trimming; spe- /T? cial, $1.00 and. *P i %LO Allover Embroidery Waists, with Val. yoke; special. French Washable Voile Waists, with Bulgarian embroidery, in fancy designs, at. V_ Slo25 All Linen Shirts, fine quality, fin? ished with pocket and stiff fl* 1 AO cuffs; special. t&i?ff? Fancy Marquisettes and Washable Voile Waists, colored embroidered, all new designs; special, ??? $5.00 and. oc; More Sheet Bargains Just 36 dozen Sheets; these Sheets 72x90 inches, and are well worth 75c; to sell at. Large 90x90-inch Sheets, extra heavy grade; an 85c Sheet; Monday, sale price. . . . 75c Large Size Welded Seam Sheets, one of the very best wearing Sheets made; sale price. White Bed Spreads 140 White Bed Spreads, full double-bed ?7 size, regular SI.00 ones; sale price. 5 $2.00 White Fringed Cut Corner Spreads, extra size and quality; sale price..f..... . $5.00 Satin Marseilles Spreads, large double-bed size; Monday, sale price. . $1.48 $2.98 Season's End Sale of Blankets SI.25 Roman Stripe Blankets, End of the Season price. large 10-4 size; 59c $2.50 Fine Wool Nap Blankets, in white and (?"t *7Q grey, full 11-4 size; End of the Season price. ?pJLefl U S5.00 All-Wool Plaid Blankets, 11-4 size; End <1?0 AO of the Season price. (pOoTi? S3.4S Plaid Blankets, large 10-4 size; these plaids come in pink and blue and grey; End of ?JO ??A the Season price . . (DuoUt/ Winchester Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ] Winchester, Va., February 18.?Miss Mary Allen Capper left Winchester on Thursday for. Richmond, w here she will spend some time visiting Miss Sua Neal. Mrs. Downs L Wilson, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R- Keferstelh at their home in Winchester, has re? turned to Washington. Miss Sallio Miller left Winchester this week on a visit to friends in Balti? more. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Huffman, of Coy lngton. have been visiting friends in "Winchester during the past week. Misses Carter and Augusta Conrad left Winchester several days ago on a visit to friends in Washington. Mrs. Frederick Mclaughlin, who has been visiting at the home of Major and Mrs. Holmes Conrad, in Winches? ter, has returned to Baltimore. Marshall Baldwin, of Chicago, left this week for the South, after visiting his father. Dr. Cornelius Baldwin, at his home in Winchester'. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nail, of Milton. Pa., are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Nail, in Winchester. Colonel Francis R. Lee has returned to Trenton, N. J., after visiting at the home of Mayor and Mrs. Hi H. Baker in Winchester. Mrs. Arthur Burton, of Baltimore, has been, visiting relatives and friends in Winchester. Mrs. William P. McGuire has return? ed to her homo in Winchester, after a visit to relatives and friends in Rich? mond. Miss T,acy. of St. Joseph, Mo., has gone to Rochester, N. Y., after visit? ing at the home of her brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. .1. H. Lacy, In Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider, Jr., have returned to their home at Chicago Junction, Ohio, after a visit of several weeks to relatives in Winchester. Miss Lodlse Rgbor-;. of Washington, has been visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. George T. Tyler, in Winches? ter. Mrs. Walter K. Huntsberrv and son, of Winchester, have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Rodes. at Harrlsonburg, during the past week. Mies Graco Wingard, of AUoona. Pa.. is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Charles K. Hoover, In Winches? ter. Miss Virginia C. Barr, who has been visiting at the home of her cousin, Mr3. C. F. Huntsberry, In Winchester, has returned to ftaunton. Hiss Elizabeth Fox, who has been visiting relatives near "Winchester, has returned to her home at Front Royal, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Harry Stipe. Miss .Iulla Boyd has returned to Washington, after a short visit to friends in Winchester. Miss Julia Tyler, of Winchester, has returned from a visit to friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Rena Washington, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Chase Morton, in Kichmond, has returned to her home at Charlestown. Miss Lorraine Russell has returned to Baltimore, after visiting the Misses Baker, at their home in Winchester. Rev. W. D. Smith has returned to Winchester from Richmond, where he has been spending several days, hav? ing held services there on Sunday for Dr. Forsythe, of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, who is ill. Warrenton Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Warrenton, Va., February 18.?Mrs William C. Hayes has gone to Phila? delphia to visit her parents, Mr. anj Mrs. Frances Maule, for several weeks Tho Cassanova Hunt and the War? renton Hunt Club both were out for short runs on Monday afternoon. Mas? ter -C. H. Smith, Whip John S. Gatnea and Mrs. F. A. B. - ortman were the field of the Warrenton Hunt. -Mrs. Thomas Ravelle. of Washington. D. C, is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. M. Rattle. Miss M. Suzanne Handel, of Balti? more, Md.. is the guest of Miss Louise Evans for several days. Mrs. E. M. Spllman and Miss Keith entertained at Woodburne on Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ishnm Keith Jr., of West Virginia, and Mrs. Isham Keith, Sr.. of Woodburne. Colonel Leedy, of Luray, was In War? renton on Monday in the interest of the nrmory for the , Warrenton Rifles, which is to. be built in the near futuro, plans being at present under consider? ation of the staff of the regiment. Miss Alice Carter, who is teaching school in Culpeper, spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Carter, near Warrenton. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason, of Wash? ington, were In Warrenton for several days this week. Dr. Mason returned to Washington on Sunday night, ajid Mrs. Mason remained at Cassinis for a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy. Arthur R. Anderson went to Balti more this week for several days. Miss Nellie Butler spent several days this week in Staunton, with Mr. and Mrs. bandy Craig. Mrs. O. B. Calohan left this week for Now York, where she will spend sev? eral days. R. C- Mclntyre, Jr., a student at the University of Virginia, at Charlottes ville, spent the week-end in town with with his parents, Major and Mrs. R. A. Mclntyre. this week. F. Scott Carter completed the trans? action this week for the sale of the farm of Everett Brown, near Be.ileton, to a party tn Tazewell county. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will move to Warrenton to llve shortly after April 1. Frederick's Hall Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1 Frederick's Hall, Va? February 18.? Mrs. Anderson Davis, of 'Richmond, is spending some time with her mother, Mrs. E. H. Polndexter. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, of Canada, have been the recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. .Terrell. Miss Ellen Cherry, who has been spending a few days with Miss Sadie Trice, ""has returned to her home in Hampton. J. V. Hardenbergh spent Wednesday in Richmond. Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Phillips, of Min? eral, were the week-end guests of friends here Mrs. Eula Waller and little son, Ed? ward, are vlBlting relatives in Buck? ingham. P. B. Spicer was in Richmond Friday. M. T. Spicer. of Richmond, spent Sunday with his paronts here. Mrs. J. V. Hardenbergh continues auite sick at her home here. OF Entire stock of strictly HIGH GRADE WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES must be sacrificed. This is the finest stock of Shoes in Richmond?unequaled in style, quality and workmanship. Nothing has been reserved?every pair of Shoes must go, including the season's latest novelties in tans, velvets and craven ettes. Choose from every leather, patent colt, gunmetal, vici kid, velvet calf, in all styles and sizes. Profit by These Prices?They Can Never Be Equalled Again! $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes.$2.69 $3.50 Shoes.$2.19 $3.00 Shoes.$1.79 $2.50 Shoes. ._.$1.79 $2.00 Shoes, Misses*.$1.29 CASH ONLY. NO SHOES SENT ON APPROVAL. $2.00 Pumps, Misses'.SI.19 $1.50 Felt Slippers . 69c $1.00 Infants' Shoes. 50c $4.00 and $5.00 Oxfords.$2.49 $3.50 Oxfords.$1.99 $3.00 Oxfords . ..$1.49 NOTHING CHARGED. 217-219 N. Fifth Si. 9 Back of THALHIMER'S