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ihr ruins i-i i sl>i:d mas. RICHMOND, VA., SUN DAY, MARCH 17. 1912. PRICE FIVE C.ENT& CULPEPER [Special toThe Tlmott-Dlspntcll.l | Culpeper. Va March lit.?Mm. Theo, dare Kyi*-', of Uraiidy, Iih*J befcn upend;'I lug the week with Sirs. Carter Page ami other friends mi Jameson's Mill. Mia uscar Edgcrton i>< visiting he:? brother-in-law mul slater, Mr. ?und I Mrs. Willie Robertson, at their home I hi Culpcpi r. (lev. .1. W. Ware and Mrs. Wan- wer? | guests this we.l; of the!I constli, Mrs ] Gulvort Sldcilhedy; et Hu- University of Virginia in Chaiiottesvllle. Miss I.' tim e (;olemall, who has been I SPeillllllK seven,1 Weeks With relatives lo Culpcpcr, returned to her home In Brandy tin- we.lt. Clarence Hudson, of upper Culpeper, was the gliesl ol friends here for scv. | oral days this wi ok; Win Chelf sin hi the week-end in ! Itlchlliond, t!.- pui : of Mr. and Mr<. Brenner Neal, returning to Culpep?;r on Tuesday, Mis. Chelf, who Is In the j hospital there, continues to Inipro.va. Itoger Bickers and his brother. We,.-: ?Ickers, .,f Crooked I tun, tnls county,] have bCCil hpeuding the week in New! ?York. The wroklv mce/lng ot the .lunlor | Th'lllllle flub was held with Mir.- Mat-' Ho rtaii ?uekner on Thursday alter- | noon. Tin- mombel presi HI Included Misses Helen Armstrong, Lima and j ?Heien ebons, Louise! Pray, Florence Woolfork, Julia Millet Blake and Mrs Hoger Hlckers. Mrs. Marlon Lewis and her sister. Miss Laura Lee t'arr, have returned'i lo Cblp'epcr alter spending a iVce'V with ineir uncle and a im. Mr. ?n?' ; bfrti Johlt Burroughs, in Remington. Mrs. M. M. . Kin*, who has been ; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fralcy at HP Wiiverly Hotfl. returned 10 her liomi j In Washington Friday. Misses Louise and Dorothy living Hu nt ThUrsdaj In Washington, win ri tiny were Joined i.j the'r mother, whj bad been visiting her mother. Mrs. : Mvali Clark, ami uthei relatives I,.t | Pittsburgh .-ine-- .luti'.ary and all ihre..; j returned to Culpcpcr that evening, 1 The Tanee Work Club was delight-I fully entertained Wednesday after? noon by Mrs. Silvio at her h?nie ".1 Cum Street. Tho-- present wet--; Meedames Charles Kant. Tempi. ?III;, tide Rust, Eggborn. Browning. Sinlt-i mid Misses Mann Walte, Bettie Jones, Junnlo aiel Nan Jones. Ices and cakes wi-i<- served dllllllg the 1 venlng. Mi>8< i Helen Maeoy and Willie New 1 mi ' have he, 11 spending several days Ith Mr. find Mr-. Clifford Clark, nt| Aftoil, this county. Miss Mary Mncoy j no tit Frldnj '11 Washington Mr*. F, IV Welch; who r.a* been the j ? of MISS Gertrude Armstrong on i Hltilrosd Street for several month*, left this Week for .1 visit to h?r slater' at fiu'nt r.lino. near Alexandria. Mrs. Harbour App*r?,ori and her daughter. Ml" Lizzie Moore. Appcr-I ion. have l.?en spending Roine-idnys lyith relative* in Chsrlottct.vllH-.. Miss Mildred Mill spent tie wrok-i end in Baltimore, the puoet >,l h--r, ? ..umiis Mr. and Mrr. Edward Hill,' lit that place Mr. and Mrs Basil Bennett enter-: I .lined n week-end house party at : Sunbrlght, neor Culpeper. Thelf'i guests included Mi.--.-s Helen Macoy and Willie Newhouse, of Culpeper; 1 William Yaneey, ot Arlington, and : Morion Cackle, of Washington W n Plonk and John Yowell hnv.? hi <-n \v. Orange and Richmond tlt; w...-k in Hie Interests vt the county good roads romthls'slohi In re curd vj tin- R'ehtiiond-Washington highway, Mrs. Samuel ftixcy spent the flrSC] of the w.-i u with friends at Brandy and biter iviiS the gilCSt of her mother. Mrs. Newiiouse, before returniim to j her home at Catalpha. Mrr. Joseph Clark, who has been visiting Mr and Mr: Clifford Clark, left thu week for her home In L< \ lagtor: Kv. WiLLIAMSBURG [RpeeDl to The Times-Dispatch.] j Williamshurg, Va.. March 16.?Th" Elizabethan-, a William and Mary, dramatic club, assisted i,y several young women of William-bun.-, are boldlng frequent n-.i. 1 al> ot "The Itiyg)*.'' which they will present inj Cameron "Hull during Kastor weck. * Mfrt. Willie illlirii-OU is tile glli-Fl of Mrs. I la 1 tw.-II Ma.on Mirs Mary Garrctt is th.- guest of Mrs. John Lutcher in Norfolk this ? eck. Miss Lucy Valdch *i>ent several days in Portsmouth and Newport News, re? turning home the first of tin- week. Mrs. Han Jones, of Newpnit News, has be. n spending the last of the week with Mr. and Mis. W. L. Jones. MrS. Lucy Wormsloy Crawford and I.tilo diiughtei have returned from a short visit t" Richmond. Mrs. Blair Spencer nnd little daugh? ter hsve returned to their hnm-1 in Washington, after a short visit to rel ptlvs? here ! MIes Mb I lie Gait has t-onr- to Florida, where she will remain for the balance of the month with her nephew. Dr. Hogers II. Galt. Miss Laura Holmt-s Is visiting her slstors. Mrs J. C. Selph snd Mrs. Nan? nie Kern, in Richmond this week. Mrs. John Purcell and son. Thorpe^ have returned to th. Jefferson. Rich? mond, after spending n few days here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. g w. Thorpe Miss Elisabeth Galt Is home from a week's vlsli to friends ami relatives In Norfolk. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL I Special 1 ;i The Tlmes-I >I*pnlcli. 1 Furmville, Va.. March In.?TJie Young Women's Christian Association has hud a series of special services dining tie- week. Miss Ool?orih Bur-! per, national secretary of the V. W. C. A. and Miss Claris Cram-, student Secretary 01 the Virginia and Carolina Associations, have heeu visiting me school for several day/, and on Wed? nesday afternoon an informal tea was given In Ihclr honor, that they might inec-t the members of tin- faculty. President Jarnian was away from the school for several days during th.. past week. He visited the Normal and Industrial School at Petersburg and at (lampton and made a study ot conditions in these Institutions. lie also attended the meeting of Hu- Male Board of Education Iii Richmond. Miss Andrews. ..1 the department of English, ami Dr. Millidge, ol tin- de? partment .d' geogi liphy, made addresses before the teachers of the association at Appomattow and Miss Andrews and In-. Stone attended tin- meeting at Eni poria. An invitation was given the teachers or the Fourth District 10 hold their next meeting in the spring ol l!i 1.1 in Fnrtnvllle. TJn- many friends of Lee Rldgood wore pleased to welcome, him book to the school for a few dav.s last week Mr. Rldgood was head of 111 department of history and social sciences for several years, and since leaviim Hp school has boon in the University of Wisconsin. This year In is Bdjupncl professor t>f ccon oniic-fi ni the Cnlv.cr.iRy_of Virginia. A parly from Norfolk and Ports? mouth, beaded 1?' AlVlih II. Marlin, vjslled tin Training mid Normal School on Tuesday. .1. M. Weiser, of Dublin, paid a short visit to his daughter, Miss Mary M'are Weiser, of the Junior class. Miss Beryl Morris, class of 1907, of the Miller School faculty. vlsRed her sliler, Miss Parke Morris, of the ?Junior class. Miss Kthcl La lioylenux, Muss of IflHi. stopped over at the school on her way to a position at Cartcrsville, -.... DURHAM Durham, ff. C.. March HJ.?Miss Daisy Alston, of Wilson. Is spending a few weeks In Durham, vis'tlng friends. Miss 1.1111 f ? it Hurst has returned to hor home in Ashevlilc. She has bei u the guest of Miss Mnttlo Hurst. Miss Daisy I In r ward, after a few days' vKU to Mends In Ibis city, has returned to her home In Burlington, X. c. Mrs K If". Buhn "f Bocky Mount, la visiting i datives in Durham. Mrs. a. K. Lloyd, Friday afternoon a( i o'clock, entertained the local chapter of the Daughters of the Revo? lution. An interesting literary pro I gram was carted out. A two-course I i luncheon, salads and Ices were served,! A pleusliig incident was the presenta? tion by Mrs. George W. Woodard, of ii gavel mtidi from wood cut from the old home ol General Da vie. i? Halifax. X. C. Tin members gave Mrs. Woodard .. rising vote of thanks, and Mrs. Jot) i I I*. Wily, regent of the chapter, said I she would add a silver band to the gavel, with the name of the donar engraved on it. j Th- Philathca class of the pirat Baptist Church, was enterta'ned Fri? day evening h> Mrs. s. N. Slnde. Piano solos w. re rendered bv Mis < Ainv 1 thick w< II and Mrs. W. M. Todd, and a recitation by Mrs. l?ols Horton, pro. gresslve fortunes was a game that afforded ? ?real deal of merriment. The guests were served an leu coors?;. Mrs. W. N Reynolds, State r-uont I of the Daughters of the American Revolution, visited Durham Tuesday on a toui through th. Slate, meeting the local chapters She was most d lighlColl.v entertained Tuesday inbrn ii? bv Mrs. .1 F. Wily, together with th.- General Davle Chapter. Miss Jessie Currlrt. at her bom" on ; West Pcttlgrcw Street, Monday even-1 lug, from >, t,, ji o'clock; beautifully I entertained a few of her friends. I herns, palms and cut-flowers tastily;! decorated ihi reception-room. Flinch I [ nnd several very amusing gnnics were j played. a two course luncheon f<d-| lowed. , Mrs. K D. Gunter and Miss Lilly Moore left tbl.. ,lte Tuesday morning for Richmond, which th'y will make; 1 their future home. i Mrs. C. 11. Noell has returned to her home in Danville, after spending sei'-1 l eral days with h? r daughter. Mrs. E. ii. I Lyon. Mrs. R. T. Yules, of Cary, is spend- j Ing the we*k in the city with rela? tives. Mrs. i: F. Slater, of Henderson. :s ; a Durham visitor. Miss Grace Avent has rone to Mt. I Olive. Sin- will be the guest of Mrs. ?I. J. Green. Mrs'. W. J. Alexander was hostess: .Tuesday afternoon at a flip, h party. to h large number of friends at] CrelgHton Hall, th" home of Mr. and i i Mrs. .1. X. Ctnstoad. Pink and white I was the color scheme, and tl:< hOUS< j was beautifully decorated with Cupid.-, j whip- .serving .i two-course luhchebh. I I the guests were handed a small white j box. Heil with pink ribbon. Upon which ; reposed a cirld. The boxers were tili?.! I with rice and covered a card reading: ) ! "Mise Elizabeth Pro. tor and William R. DeWitt, Jr.. to marry April 1*15.',' Mr. DeWitt 's from Massachusetts. '.Miss Proctor >? the daughter of Mr. ; and Mrs. John R. Prb?:tor. and a niece ! ['Of the hostess sind Mr. and Mrs. Fin-I i stead. I ili- Tiles.lav Afternoon Bridge Club i was charmingly entertained Tucsdajr I afternoon by Miss Willie Smith, at her I home on Manguin Street. The refcbp i tlon and dlnlnc-rooms were prettily decorated with Wistaria and Jonquils.) : Br.'.dgc was the naiiiv The luncheon consisted of three courses, A social nutting of the Yotni? Wo- } ! mau s Association of the North Dur? ham Baptist Church ?Vits held Tuesday I evening and laste.) f i oiii S to 11 [ I o'clock, at the home of the .-i9s.es j j Waller, on Cleveland Street Tile rr - ? I eeptlnn.-robrn presented a delightful \'f prllig-llkc appearance with ferns. I palms and cUt-ttowcrs, There was a, 'business meet Ing, remarks by Miss' I Gypsle Barker on "Foreigners. East and West." and choice selections of I inusir a four-course luncheon was ' I the last feature of the evening. Mrs. C. K. yvllkcrson and llttl" daughter. JoM-phlne, ot Apex, are spending several days in th? city, the1 guest- of Mrs W. S. Farthing. ' Mist Blanehs Holloway has gone to Chapel Hill to Visit friends for several , days ?I a Rob'nson returned Wednesday I afternoon from Holly Snrinzs. twenty. J I seven'tulles south of Durham, where he held lay rending services for the I Episcopal mission there Miss Sarah Reed, after a visit to i Mrs. T. A. Nocll, in this city; has re tin ne<1 to Helena, i Mr. and Mrr. J. M. Green are visiting ' i .datives at Stnvall. Mi's Llla Wright was hostess to the' [Electric Club Wednesday afternoon at, Iber home on Dillard Street. The house' : was beautifully decorated with ferns' and hyacinths and Irish potatoes, typi? cal of th* Emerald Isle and oth-r' decorations as reminders of Ire- I land's Patron Saint. All members were IP'vsent and they had a happy after* 'n. HOT SPRINGS rSpecial to The Times-Dlspaten.] II"t Springs. VaS March In.?Society again busy rejuvenating at the Vir? ginia Mot Springs in preparation for, another summer's campaign, and the' health restoring baths, while the re-] gitne of exercise and rest which f - I company them are being taken by scores who -have spent their vitality In the gaiety of the season at the Southern beaches, or ln the larger cit'os. Among tho Southerners taking th.? I treatment lire Ex-Governor William A. McCorkli, of Virginia, and Senator I. i !".. Chilton. Mrs. W. F. Dusc h, of NOr | folk: Miss It. llaiulin. of DeiUrvlllei I Charles R. Wortham. of Richmond, and 'Mrs. Dickinson, of Petersburg. ? I Mrs. .lohn Wann maker. w ith hor ?daughter. Mrs. Barclay Warburton, were expected at the Homestead the . middle td the week, but owing to tho i Illness -if Mr. Wanamaker postponed ! tin Ir arrival until the list. Mrs. Alexander E. Ration, of Cum me.rsvlllo, Pa., and Mrs. L W. Robin* 'son save a luncheon the middle >-.f the week at tii- Daniel Bobne Lor Cabin. Among their guests were Miss Laura Robinson. Mrs- '?' Carpenter, Miss Phoebe Weaver. William Hollenback, land Chnrlca Potter, of Philadelphia: [Joseph hover, of Introit. and Miss ; Edith Pattbn. After the luncheon Miss Robinson. Miss Patton and Mr. i Hoyel rode ha.k lo the Homestead I hy 'way l>f Flag Hock and tho Warm is, lings Mountain trail, making a ride . r.f twenty miles^ i Mr. and Mrs. F. IT. Stuart before ' leaving this week for Rosion. enter? tained Mr. and Mr-. Edward do V. Morrell at dinner at the Homestead. Mis. George Clinton gave a bridg ' parly and lea a day or two ago at Guillen Lodge, which she and Mr. Clinton take pride in running as a model Virginia. Plantation. Mrs. Gun ion's daughter. Baroness Roacnkrnnt*. with Karon Rosonk ra nlz. who hove spent Hi- vv inter in London, are ex? pected at tho'lodge for A or 11 and May and will pro lo Scotland for the sum? mer. Sam. T. Shaw, who Is h're with Mr Shaw, and their two sons, returned Thursday from two days In New York, whore lie went to give Iiis annual dinner at the Snlamagundl Club Wed nesdaj night to the winner jf the Show prise. This Is a trophy given annually by Mr. Shaw for (he best picture painted during the year by a club member. This year he awarded sr.00 to H. .1. Aylward for his picture. ?'Foundered," which was exhibited dur? ing the w'nter at the -new Aster library. Tho picture represents the Wreck of a hrigantine rig*, with the sa'lors lashed to tho mast, find (he American ensign reversed a? a slgiiHl of distress. It will hang In the Shaw borne at Oyster Bay, We Sell Mora Ready-lo-Weur Garments Than Any Other Richmond Store Express Paid On purchases amounting to $5.00 and over to points in the Virginias and Carolinas. Mai! orders promptly and correctly filled. I _J We Sell More Ready-to-Wear Garments Than Any Other Richmond Storo Authoritative Styles in Women's and Misses* fi Coats, Suits and Dresses How much it will add to your enjoyment to know that your new suit, gown or dress is the latest and best from fashion's source! You will have this comfortable feeling if your garments come from Thalhimer's. Dresses, New Arrivals C ream Serge Dresses, with scroll embroidery trimming, in clover designs, at. Serge Dresses; in all col? ors, fancy stripe silk collar and cuffs, at. Fancy Stripe Mcssalinc and Taffeta Dresses, with peplum and lace collars, at $10.00 Crepe Meteor Dresse?, in new shades, very dressy styles, at. Very Stylish Meteor Dresses, with Macrame lace', coat effects, at. Stylish Charmeuse Gowns, with shadow lace bodice, at. Novelty 411s, at . $15.00 Gowns ol chiffon and charmcusc combined, all lace Suits, Ideal Styles Trimmed Serge Suits in navy, black and tan. with fancy revers, inlaid with stripe -ilk. new cut skirts: special, SI5.00. Dressy Whipcord Suits at . These come in .ill shades of two-tone whipcords, tailored and fancy models, deep rolling revers. silk trimmed, at $25.00. $15.00 $25.00 Whipcord Suits at.. . These come in two-tone grays and tans, pean de cyclic lining, ?trictly tailor finish: special, $17.50. Novelty Cream Suits at. These come in whip cords and diagonal serges, handsomely trimmed in braid and smart tailored effects, at $30.00. Very Dressy Suits of imported cloths at. These include the latest ideas in plain and fancy clotha. all smart hacks, with fancy collars, cutaway effect: skirt finished with sash to side; s< v< r.d copii s of foreign models, at $37.50. Waists, Exceptional Values $25.00 $30.00 $37.50 $50.00 $17.50 $30.00 $37.50 White Voile Waists, Dutch neck, with Cluny and band and medallion trimmed, ar White 'Imported Crepe Hurts, soft collar and Cliffs, at. Tailored Wash Silk Shirts, fancy stripes, in best grade silk, at . $1.25 $2.98 Several new styles in Fan? cy Lingerie Waists, hand em? broidered. Cluny trimmed, $5.00 values, at. Chiffons and Cream Lace Waists, made over net, the new styles, at . Very Effective Waists in all colors of chiffon com? bined with shadow laces, at $3,98 Every Woman Knows That if her outer gown is to appear at its best there must be a perfectly smooth foundation underneath. The "DeBevoise" figure forming Brassiere is the ideal dress foundation. It gives your figure correct lines where the corset has no effect. No matter what position the wearer assumes the Dc Bevoisc completely hides that unsightly ridge from the top of the corset that so often shows through and mars an other? wise well-fitting gown. A large assortment of models for every figure is shown in Thalhimer's Corset Department at 50c to $1.50. One of the Season's Correct Corsets is the American Lady This corset is designed in strict accord with the styles. They produce the fashionable low bust, the long hip and back. They make good figures and mark good dressers. It is the correct foundation for your gown; therefore, it is neces? sary to wear the American Lady Corset, that gives the modish swing to your gown and yet lets the wearer be comfortable. There is a corset for every figure, and it can be found here in this up-to-date Corset Department, where we have a large variety of American Lady Corsets at $1.00 to $5.00. Let our expert cor setieres help to select the model suitable to your individual figure. in s linery A Specialty at Thalhimer's A large assortment of exclusive styles in Hats, Bonnets and Caps. Some dainty lingerie ones artistically trimmed with ribbons and flowers. Real English Milan and Fancy Straw Braids, as well a? the domestic, Panama and Peanut Indestructible Hats can be had here for the little ones up to six years. Some Nobby Hats for small hoys, also. The little ones can be fitted in one of these from 25c to $5.48. Drawers trimmed with laces and embroideries, sonv? with medallions and double rows of laces, medium and circular, open and closed; cannot be du? plicated for less than SI.25 to $1.50; Thalhimer's price. Nainsook and Longcloth Combination Suits?Skirt or Drawers, trimmed daintily with laces and embroideries; worth $1.25 and $1.50; sizes 34 to 44; choice. 98? A lot of V and High Neck Gowns, sold heretofore for Q8c and $1.25; these go on sale for. 120 dozen Children's Drawers, with tucks and hemstitched hem. good grade of muslin, size 2 to 12 years; choice. Children's Skirts, with bands. 2 to 12 years, with hemstitched ruffles, also some Princess Slips and Gowns among the lot; choice. 83* 10. 50 The New Embroideries Such values and such an assortment of Flouncings, Allover Embroideries. Swiss Edgings and Insertion, Shirtwaist Embroideries and Galloons of every kind offered to-morrow at the following wonderfully low prices: Shirtwaist Front Embroideries, Great Values I Shirtwaist Front Embroideries, in new and pretty patterns, 75c value; ?JA^? sale price . */UC Exceptionally Fine Shirtwaist Front ins, beautiful in quality and patterns; QQ ? a regular SI.50 value for. /OC Exquisite Shirtwaist Fronting, large variety of the newest patterns to select from: '7^/? $1.00 and $1.25 values: .-ale price.,. i ?JC Fine Swiss Flouncings, Almost Half-Price 27-inch Fine Swiss Flouncing, regular 50c Taluc: sale price, 29c. 69 c quality; 'ale price, 39c. SI.00 Beautiful Swiss Flouncing, full 27 inches wide; sale price, 69c. $1.25 Beautiful Flouncing-,, very fine quality. full 27 incite:, wide; sale price, 75c and 89c. $1.50 Flouncings, 27 inches wide, a beau? tiful quality material; sale price, 9Sc. Embroidery Skirt Flouncing! 15 inrhc- wide, worth 75c yard: sale price, 59c. 45-inch Flouncing, beautiful in "quality, St.50 value; sale price, 98c. Swiss Edgings and Insertions at Bargain Prices 20c Fine Swiss and Cambric Insertions, in dainty new st\lcs; sale price. 15c and 12;,c. Hundreds of yards of Suis- and Cambric Insertions, worth 50c and 55c yard; sale price, 17c and 19c. Fine Swiss and Cambric Edging, 4 to " inches wide, large variety of patterns to :ciect from; regular 15c and 19c values for 8c, 10c and 12} Sc. Elegant Cahibrtc Edging, from 12 to IS inches wide; all exquisite new patterns and worth 50c, 35c and 10c per yard; sale, price, 17c, 19c and 25c. 59c. Allover Embroideries. 22 inches wide, in new and dainty patterns: sale price, J9c. 7 5c Allover Embroideries, in beautiful large openwork patterns, also small dainty pattern.-; sale price, 59c. SI.00 Allovrr Embroideries, in over fifty new *nd pretty designs, full width; sale price, 75c and 69c. $2.00 Swiss, Nainsook and Cambric Allovcr Embroidcric?. dn/cn- of pretty new styles to select from; .-ale price. $1.25 and $1.50. Embroidery Galloons, Low Priced >Ce Embroidery Galloons, all beau? tiful new pattern?, for. 50c and 35c Fine Embroidery Gal? loons; thousands of yards to choose from; sale price, 17c and. 12 k 19c 50c and 5f'c Swiss Embroidery Gal? loons, large range of patterns, extra line quality; sale price, 25c and. 75c Baby Irish Embroidery Gal? loons; sale price . The Seasons New Silks 36-inch VJeavy Weight Wash Silks, in nest stripes; per yard. 26-inch Plain and Fancy Scco Silk-, in dark ground?, ?with white dots and figures: per yard. 24-inch Silk Pongee, in 12 street and evening shades, also black and white: 59c value; per yard. 36-inch and 27-inch Chiffon Taf? feta, light and dark colors, extra (PI AO good value for the price; per yard. . ?5 J..UU 56-inch Striped and Bordered tij* "j A A Foulards: the yard. ?1?UU 89c 19c 29c 40-inch Grenadine, pink, light bluf. violet, King's blue, plum. navy, black and white; only, the yard. 40-inch Crepe Meteor, pink, liglu blue, violet, Copenhagen* gray, navy, black and white; per yatd. 21-inch Silk Foulards, tiboui 50 pieces to select from, !Sc value. 50c Black and While Checks, in taf? feta and louisine; per yard. 75c Fancy Faile. in 14 shades, in? cluding black and white: for a limited time onlv . 39c 50c 75c 39c 39c 59c White Goods, New Effects Specially Priced This is the time, the place, to find in white the fabric of the season's fashion?Piques. We have 'cm from tiny cords to all size welts of the Bedford cord effects: the best of both for? eign and domestic makes; price- range 19c, 25c, 29c and 39c. Mercerized Poplin, a beautv in finish and quality, 27 inches wide, 19c and 25c. Other Poplins of extra values, having good weight; special, 12! ic and 15c. 3S-inch French Voile of two weights, one being very fine and sheer, a regular 39c value; while the other, like a marquisette, is equal i" value, and both arc selling at 25c yard. Our popular Imported White Rose English Suiting, strongest and most durable fabric made, indestructible linen finish, not impaired in laundering, 36-inch, 20c per yard. For Tailored Shirtwaists we arc selling a French Percale, just the weight and finish, 36 inches wide, only 12'ic. Cannon Cloth, linen finish, 34 incite-, wide, for skirts, middies, boys' wear, fancy w< rk. 10c. Longcloth Specials, line grades 61 Regal brands; lor pieces of 12 yards each, $1.00. SI.10, $1.45, $1.69 and $2.00 piece. White Princess Nainsook, in pieces of 12 vards each, beautiful weight and qualitv, $1.15, $1.45. $1.65, $1.85. $2.15, $2.75. While it lasts. Mercerized Lingerie, fine quality and 3ti inches wide, only 12'. c. 27-inch Colored Pique, in light bine; pink, linen color, Alice and Copenhagen, for suits, skirts and trimmings, only 25c. 38-inch French Voile, in light blue, pink, lavender. Copenhagen and navy, only 25c. Colored Poplins and Voiles, in all spring .-hades. 27 inches wide, at 25c vard. s low and 20c 30c c U Monday Sale of Floor Coverings We arc showing the newest In Spring Rugs and the new Importation of lligh-Grndr Matting. A presentation of superior and durable Floor Coverings at prices that arc unequalcd elsewhere. Japanese Matting Rugs, stenciled patterns, made from selected long straw, the good kind, all sizes from 36x63-inch to 0.\l2-fcct, ranging in price from 48c to $2.98 each. Japanese Matting Rugs, woven designs and absolutely reversible, pretty patterns, patent edge; green, red and blue? Sizes 36x63-inch for . 59t: Sizes 9xl2-fcct for.$3.98 Grass Rugs, showing the various celebrated weaves and all sizes, beginning with lSx36-inch to Oxl2-fect; ranging in price, from 35c to $10.00. Wool and Fibre Rugs, showing the. cele? brated weaves from the most renowned fibre rug manufacturers; all sizes, beginning with 26xlS-inch; ranging in price from $1.25 to $13.00. China Matting, woven from selected Linwin and Cochin straw, hand palmed finish, superior g heavy edge and bc.*t selected warf), newest range of patterns: checks, stripes, small and mixed designs. Prices rang per yard; the better grade yard. Beautiful Wool and Fibre Carpet, woven from best raw material, and recommended to the discriminating housekeeper .1- an elegant spring and summer floor covering; shown in good assortment of colors; full yard wide; price, 40c per yard. Heavy Reversible Wool Carpet, woven from selected wool yarn, same colored with cheim* tally tested dyes, full yard wide, neat designs, in brown and green, suitable (or rooms and halls; regular price $1.00 per yard, o-ir price, 65c yard. Heavy Floor Oilcloth, newest colors; the good kind?25c, 30c square yard. Heavy and Heaviest Linoleum, printed and inlaid-designs, the good kind, ranging in price as follows: 45c. 50c, 65c. 75c. $1.00 and $1.50 per square yard. pattern- a. and 35c pi