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THE TIMES FOUNDED WA. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1911. PRICE FIVE OENTSU SHORT KIMONOS IN FANCY LAWNS. CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE MONDAY. 39c Short White Kimonos, lace trimmed, S1.00 value, 'JQq Long Lawn Kimonos, (PI A A fancy patterns . OleVV Long I.awn Kimonos, in dainty patterns, Empire stvlc; fl* 1 OQ S2.9S value, at.'... Ol.UO Silk- Kimonos. large flowered patterns, all (PO AO shades, at. tD??t/0 S5.00 Long Silk Ki monos, in figured silks, (P^ SR.30 Silk Kimonos, (PC AA sale price. ?DO.UU $15.00 Satin Kimono, (PQ ["A Empire style; sale price, ?D???jU Mi;:Jtem 5? BROAD AND 75c to $1.25 CORSET COVERS, Daintily Trimmed With C?f\^ Lace and Embroidery . . embroidery, 2 to 14 years; CA these for. OUC Children's Muslin Drawers, with cluster tucks, 2 to 12 years, J A lot of Gowns, Skirts and Com? bination Skirt and Drawers, that -old for $2.00 to $3.00; CA your choice of this lot,. A lot of Skirts that arc trimmed with laces or embroideries, that sold up to S4.00; these <jj| (Jg A lot of Children's Skirts, with brlts or Princess slips, with hem? stitched ruffle, some trimmed with for Closing lot prices on Nainsook Drawers, all trimmed with fine ported embroideries: The ones for 75c; the SI.SO and ones for $1.00; the $2.00 (PI and $2.25 ones for_?J> 1 Practically every item in this page advertisement tells of extraordinary reductions in merchandise of the highest character, and they give you only a faint idea of the hundreds of other remarkable bargains awaiting your inspection at the Thalhimer store, but which space limitations forbid mentioning. Read every word of this ad., it will save you money. Shop here Monday. Prices on Lingerie and Street Dre sses Lower Than Ever $10.00 Lingerie Dresses now $5.98 $5.98 Madras Street Dresses now $3.98 S5.00 I.awn and Madras Dresses now $2.98 Lawn House Dresses; special, $1.48 $35 Linen Dresses, slightlv soiled, now $15.00 S20 Linen Dresses $7.50 SI5.00 Fancy Em? broidered L i n g e r ie Dresses now $5.98 S20.00 Fancy Lin? gerie Dresses now $12.50 Lawn and Percale House Dresses, S2.48 values, at $1.00 Ladles' 35c and 39c Tan Lisle Hose, the im? ported kind,- no seam across the toe; sale price, Per pair . 19. Children's Dresses in Ginghams and Percales, some with bloomers, high and low neck, ages 2 to 6 years; sold for 75c to $1.25; clean-up sale mm ^ price. OUC Another lot of Bloomer Dresses, 2 to 6, hats to match, some sold for SI.50 to SI.98; q j these for. ?bl.UU A lot of White Dresses for the lit? tle tots, 2 to 6 years, high or low neck, that sold for $1.00 to ? SI.25; these for. tOC Extraordinary 3d Floor Bargains Closing prices on Children's Hats and Bonnets: these sold for 9C/, SI.00 to $2.50; your choice for OOC Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits, sizes 4 and 5; the 25c and 50c | C one? for . 1 The usual 75c ones, 5, 6 and OA ? 7. for . OifC A lot of Gauze Lisle Vests, some without tape across shoulders, others fancy trimmer), that sold for 1 C 25c; closing lot price. J. DC Bovs' Buster Brown Suits, that sold for $1.98 and $2.48; J| these for Bates'. . the always 75c ones, for Bates' Seersucker Petticoats, ^| l adies' Knit Pants, the al- | C ways 25c ones, 4, 5 and 6, for 1 ?JC Children's and Misses' Gauze Vests, that always retail for 12Slc; Ql_ these for. OiC Ladies' Muslin Drawers, open or closed styles, with hemstitched ~ duster tucks; these for. A lot of Fancy Tea Apron?, 1 A with he.nstitehed ruffle, for. . 1 UC Children's Percale Aprons, two Styles, that sell for 25c, 2 to 8 years; closing lot price for.... A lot of Bedford Cord, P. K and Cashmere Coats, 2 to ft years; 7C.*? sold for $1 50 and $2.00,'.or . . 4 DC ^ The $3.00 to $4.50 oi? (? J 25c 15c Large Shopping Bags $1.00 Large size leather ones, with coin purse,. With every purchase of the above Bags we give and put on free a handsome brass initial. Handsome Large Leather Bags, leather lined, with coin purse; S2.00 .value, for. Langfeld Genuine Leather Bags, leather lined, brass and gunmetal trimmed, with coin purse; best fl?-| QQ your good money can buy for. tPl<?a/? $1.50 oc 7>0 15c Turkish Bath Towels f Large 22x42-inch size; sale price . Heavy Hurk Towels, large 19x42 inrh size, a 15c value; Mondav -| f\ only. lUC Extra Large Heavy Bleached Bath Towels, well worth 35c; our price. Air Cel Wash Cloth, the best sanitary Wash Cloth ever sold for. Natural Color Linen Toweling, full 17 inches wide, regular price 7c; sale price. 10c 25c oc 5c August Clean-Up Sale of Rugs, Druggets and Shirtwaist Boxes Read each item carefully and note the prices. There are only a limited number of each item, and they oc cannot last long at these prices. No phone orders taken for anything advertised under this head. $17.50 Tapestry Brussels Drug? gets, size 9x12, only six in the lot; special. $9.98 each. Sil.50 Fibre Druggets, size 9x12, only eight in the lot; special, $7.50 each. $8.50 Fibre Druggets, size 9x12, only 11 in the lot; special, $5.50 each. $25.00 Velvet Druggets, size 9x12, onlv two in the lot; special, $12.50 each. $4.00 Matting Druegets, size 9x12, only 11 in the lot; special, $2.48 each. V: S2.00 Matting Druggets, size 6x9, only 8 in the lot; special, $1.19 each. $5.00 All-Wool Smyrna Rugs, size 36x72, only six in the lot; spe? cial, $2.48 each. $3.50 Axminster Rugs, size 36x72, only nine in the lot; special, $2.48 each. $2.48 Axminster Rugs, size 27x72. only ten in the lot; special, $1.29 each. $1.50 Crcx Rugs, size 36x72; spe? cial, 98c each. $8.50 Rag Rug, size 9x12, only one left; special, $6.00. S2.98 Rag Rug, size 4x7, only one left; special, $1.65. $1.98 Rag Rug, size 30x60, only five left; special, $1.25. $1.00 Rag Rug. size 30x60, only 11 left; special, 75c. SI.50 Rag Rug, size 36x72, only five left; special, $1.00. $1.00 Rag Rug, size 27x54, only seven left; special, 75c. S2.00 Velvet Rugs, size 27x54, onlv 15 in the lot; special, $1.29. Si.50 Velvet Rugs, 27x54, only 10 in the lot: special, 98c. $2.50 Matting Covered Shirt? waist Boxes, only eight in the lot; special, $1.69 each. $5.00 Shirtwaist Boxes, only two left; special, $3.48. $4.50 Shirtwaist Boxes, only two left; special, $2.98. $3.50 and $4.00 Hammocks, only S in the lot; special, 98c each. SI.50 Fibre Suit Cases, 24-inch size; special, 98c each. Clean-Up Sale of All Wash Fabrics i sale at Ql . DaC 25c 40-inch Bordered Batiste, Im? ported Cotton Voiles, Irish Linette and all other summer materials at the above price; now on sale at Thalhimer's for. Several hundred yards of Fancy Lawns, Batiste, Cotton Voiles and all other summer materials, that sold up to 15c yard; now on sale at Thai himer's for., 500 yards of 7c Fancy Lawns, *\\ only two patterns left; sale price ?J2C 5c SHEER PERSIAN LAWN, 1 0^r rlipc TiriA? sale r?rif"?? ... * fcd &\+ 19c 40 inches wide, sale price 12k 12k 19c value Mercerized Lingerie, soft and silky, 36 inches wide. 19c value in Fine Grade Poplin, nice size cord, ideal for the skirt; limited quantity, until sold. 15c value 36-inch F'ajama Cloth, for pajama-niakings, 1 A only. ? * vl 15c value 34-iuch Linen-Finish Cannon Cloth for suit- 1 A ings, now.,.r. *? JJv 19c value 36-inch Percale Suiting, just the weight now 1 01? wanted. 1 A<2L 25c value Mercerized Novelty Striped Lawn and Lin- 1 Ol gcrie, for dresses and fancy waists. lfci2C Special in Longcloth, light weight, fine quality, (PI 1 A 30-incli. for undergarments; per piece of 12 yards. ?Plelvf Colored Mercerized Poplins, limited quantity now left, "I Ol _ values up to 35c in this lot; to close out stock, only. k?t2\. Made full fashioned, no seam across the toe; double strong lisle v* g\ thread sole and high spliced Slip heel; a 79c value for . . Another lot of about 12 dozen Men's Silk Hose, in various colors, in all sizes; these sold up OC to 50c; sale price. uOC Not-a-Seam Hose, silk finished, in all colors and weights; new ones furnished free if they do not O C _ wear satisfactorily. ?<JtC Imported Black Lisle Thread Hose, no OC seam across the toe, 35c value. mDC 1200 Yards of 12><c Dress Ginghams; price 734c 15c Fine 32-inch Scotch Ginghams, 19c value; sale price. Fine Shirting Madras, 32 and 36 inches wide, in neat stripes and figures; 19c value; inl sale price ... . IZ2C Elegant Apron Ginghams, in all the best colors; r?t 8 l-3c value. ?4c 12 5<c Crinkle Seer? sucker; Clean-up Sale price. 1,000 yards of 10c Cambric. Sale price 12 Mc Longcloth, finish; sale price soft 7k White 64C 9c 100 pieces of Best 25c Scotch Ginghams; sale "I A price. 1 ?/C August Clean-Up Sale of Linen & White Serge Suits Lot I. includes Nat? ural and Colored Linen Suits; values, up to S8.50 at $3.98 Lot II. includes Natural, Oyster and Colored Linen Suits; $12.50 values, at $5.00 Lot III. includes all smartest styles, all colors, values $15 and S17.50, at $7.48 SI 5.00 White and Hairline Serge Suits, strictly plain tailor style, now $10.00 S25.00 Cream Serge and Basket Weave Suits now I $15.00 Sale of Sheets and Pillow Cases; 50c A*)p Sheets, 72x90, Clean-Up Price now . . *?v 60c Sheets, size 72x90, extra ^Q. heavy; special. ^e7C 80c Sheets, size 81x90, only five dozen in the lot; to close out, CO each. UOC 85c Sheets, size 90x90, ex- ?Q tra heavy; special. Oa/C SI.00 Sheets, size 90x90, made of the well-known brand of Dwight Anchor Sheeting, extra heavy; 'TQ special, each. I */C 90c Dwight Anchor Sheets, ?Q size 81x90; special. Ua7C 16 2-3c Linen Finish Pillow Cases, size 45x36; an extra special, 1 Ol each. X?*lC 20c Mohawk Valley Pillow Cases, extra heavy, only five dozen in the lot; to close out, each. .. SI.25 Double Bed Size Spreads, new designs; special, each. S2.00 Extra Heavy Double Bee White Crochet Spreads; special, each. S5.00 Satin Marseilles Double Bed size, handsome designs; fl?0 QQ special, each. ?J/?i.e/O 15c White 98c L- Jed Size $1.48 15c Soft Collars,Sale Price, 9c Sizes \2y? to 16K, in all the best colors. Men's 50c Balbrig gan Underwear; sale OA price. ?*%sC 25c Balbriggan Un- 1 Q derwear; sale price. . la/C Men's 39c Check Muslin Athletic Underwear; OC sale price. fc?tJC Men's SI.50 Silk Finished Madras Shirts; sale Q?* price. a/?3C Men's SI.00 Fancy Paja? mas, also Plain Per? cale Pajamas; sale *7A price. iuQ $1.19 Men's SI.50 White Madras Pajamas, trimmed with silk frogs; sale price ... Men's 70c Soft Madras Shirts; coat style, with at? tached cuffs, cut full Cf| size; sale price. tJUC One lot of Men's Fancy Embroidered Dropstitch Sox, 17c value; A sale price. */C Men's Finest Quality of 25c Fancy Wash Four-in Hand Ties; sale price, Cfl 17c, or 3 for. OUC $30.00 Cream Serge Suits, plain and fancy st vies, now $17.50 S40.00 Cream Bas? ket Cloth Suits now $20.00 Boys and Girls' 15c Good Wear? ing Ribbed Hose, in all sizes; clean-up sale price, Per Q pair .. OC Gordonsville Neighborhood News (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) Gordonsville, Va.. August 5.?A. V. JHuyler,. of New York, spent Thursday at Lower "Sprlngflolds," the guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. Willis Oshorne. Mrs. Allen Potts returned from Orange on Friday, /fter attending the horse show'nt,4that place. Mrs. Reil, of Richmond, Is spending Borne time at S/rlngfields. James W. GrwfE, of Richmond, was a week-end visitor at Lower "Sprlng iflelds." ,.'? . J. Lee Davis- was a week-end guest at "Sprlngflelds," where his family is spending the summer. H. H. Head and his bride have ar rived In Rarboursvlllo, and are vlslt 'iiR their mother. Mrs. G. E. Head. Mrs. Julia Armstrong and her son, Vernard, arc visiting Mrs. Armstrong's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murphy, it their home near town. I.lttle Miss Clarice Slndllnger, of 'Annandale." near town. Is visiting relatives at Shenandoah. Miss Anne Keith Royall, of Rich? mond. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Whltnhouse, at their home, "Cedar Grove." Orange county. .f. P. W. RufTln. Oeorge Tyler Cow nerd and George S. McElroy were niemhej-s of a Gordonsville party who attended the Orange Horse Show on Wednesday. Miss Warflold Crenshaw, who Is visiting Mrs. W. Wilbur Osborne at liOwor "SprlngfleldB," spent a few days this week with Mrs. Oshorne's paronts, Captain and Mrs. Wambersee. near Orange, attending the norse shr?w. Mrs. Herbert C. Whltehurst, of Rich? mond, was a week-end guest at "Cedar Grove." New Canton Social News [Special to The Times-Dispatch.) New Canton, Va., August 6.?The James River Baptist Association, which met last week at Mulberry Drove Baptist Church, In this county, |n its seventy-ninth annual ses? sion, waa largely attended, and Its proceed? ings were of .unusual Interest. Many visitors were present from other sections of tho State, most of them participating In tha discussions. Conspicuous among them wer? Dr. W. E. Hatcher, of Fork Union; William Kllyson^ of Richmond; !:Av. P. H. Chelf. of Salem; S. T. Dickinson, Jr.. of Norfolk, ana T. 0. Baghy, of Brazil. The association will meet next year at Buckingham Church The officers of the body, elected at the session Just closed, nrn Rev. R. W. BbkwpII, of New Canton, mod? erator, and A. Rush, of Knonvllle, clerk and treasurer. Mra, Talbert H. Laey, of Rocky Mount. N? C. Is at "Social Hall" to spend part of August with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. [,. Boatwrlght. Mira. Pnttl? Cole, with her twft children, left Tuesday for Southwest Virginia, where she will spend the remainder of the sum? mer. The farmers of this community have ar? ranged for an all-day plcmo to ba bald Saturday, August 1?, on the Mount Zlon riiurch grounds. Prominent speakers will lie on linnd to moke addresses on topics of Intercut to the farmors. An all-day protracted meeting will hedn at Mount Zlon Daptlst Church on Sunday next. P>v. J. It. Iioan. of South tspnion, will do the piearlilna. W. J. C. fJoode and X E, Putney, of CHI1 llnmsvllle, have returned from .Northampton county, where they have been visiting Dr. J. nates C.oodo. This community Is sufferins; from the severest drought It has experienced since lilt. Vnr over a month a good rain lias not fallen, and all crops have suffered ter? ribly. Not over half the usual prop of corn will he m?de. The hay crop rroved iflmost an entire failure, and ihe prospect for the tobacco crop is exceedlnsly poor. The wheat croi> turned out unexpectedly wall. Danville Social News (Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.) Danville, Va., August 5.?Mrs. L. V. Burton and children arc visiting In Norfolk and the seashore resorts. Mr. and Mrs. CJcorgo C. Krlend have re? turned after a visit to points of Interest In Cralg county. A. W. Jacobs Is spending the summer In Western North Carolina. Mrs. Wade Tiere? hns returned after a month's stay at the ?enshoro. Mrs. EL M. Williamson Is the guest of-Mrs. E. Forrest Scales at Hohoinho Rock, Miss I.ynn and Miss Atkinson have re? turned to their homes In Lynehburg after a week's stay at ihe Uurton. Mr. anil Mrs (leotfe Penn and Mr. and Mrs. J. Pembcrton I'enn are at the Chal Xonta, Atlantic City, for several week*. Mlasea Mary Rufftn ?nil Elizabeth Maurj arc the guests of Mlsa Kathleen Monroe, near Hrookneal. Kutherfoord Harvta ? attending a haus? party bidng ?Ivnn by in* Mlasea Monro? at their home near Brooknoat. Mrs. John Srhoolfield has returned attar a visit to Mulltn B. C. and Wrlghtsvlli? Beach, N. C. Mrs. A. O. Taylor has ret'jrn-fl home aftet a pleasant stay at Patrick Springs. Mlsa Eliza Taylor, who his been th? gneal of friends In Durham. Chapel Hill and Tar. boro. N. C.( has returned to the city. Miss Julia Cole la the guest nC relative!? In Roanoke. Miss ramme Motley has returned, aftet n vleir to her friend. Mlsa R .-<> Marshall, or Kadeth. Uisa Marahall accompanied hat , home.