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THE DISPATCH FOUNDED I860. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1912. PRICE FIVE CENTS* BIG STONE GAP tSpecluI to The Tlmes-Dlnpntch.l in> \K f?lo"? 0*P. Va.. May 20.?Hotl. R l*-?5y,.n!s ,lu" ,,,h? W. Chalkley left Tuesday at noon for Norfolk to /ottond tho State convention. i-^ls!U*M.aUI? Woods. ?r I-obanon. Ky? l?"'Vc, /or a visit to her slstor. Mrs. /<*. C. Jeffers. a Ir!r- d Mr'1- Oeorge T. Winston, of Ashevlllo. n. c, are visiting their son. ,1* B. Winston, of this place. , Dr. Georgo W. Painter, for thirty .years a missionary in China for the ;Preahyt..rian Church, is visiting Dr. W. O. Painter, of tit I? place, and on bunday preached to a largo congrega? tion at tin, Methodist Church, j Misse? Mattle brown and Myrtlo i Woiro havo returned from Bristol ? where they attended Sullins College (during the pa?t sesBion. Tho closing exercises of the public laohoOl, which began wltli a pluno ?recital on Friday evening, ?lve.n by 'alias PJako's pujdls, and closed witli tho llnal exorcises on Tuesday night most Interesting throughout. All ,of Miss Blake'sv pupils, about twenty In Inumber, appeared on the program, and ?tiolr work gave evidence of her care? ful training and of hard work on flho part of the pupils. On Saturday ?vcniiiK there was a declamation and recitation contest for the "business men's modal," which is an annual ovuut. Tho entertainment opened with a beaulllul drill by sixteen young -women representing different flowers. This was followed by the recitations und declamations. All the pupils uc qulttcd themselves well, but after long consideration the Judges awuided the .modal to Miss M-argaret pelilt, who had recited very graphically "To tho Lions." Sunday evening Dr. J. J. Lloyd delivered tho baccalaureato uermon In the school auditorium. Mon? day evening the exercises were a de? bating contest, In which there were t-lx participants, three to each side, the subject being, "Resolved, That Vir? ginia is the Greatest Statu in tho L'nion." The ufllrmatlvo side was de? bated by Miss GleSSle Gllly, Miss Zol lie Palmer and Jerome Wells, and the negative by Peter Wolfe, Pat Ham? monds and John Allen Goodloe. The committee decided In favor o( the af? firmative, and the "professional men's medal was awarded to M?,s Glessle Gllly as having made the best argu? ment. Graduating exercises were held on Tuesday night, and were In charge of trie senior class. Samuel Nickels de livored the salutatory; Mies Glessl Olliy read an essay on Kdg.tr Allan Poe; Miss 'illlo M. Kelly read the his? tory and prophecy of the class of 1912. and Miss Ruby Kemper delivered the valedictory. All of the pupils nc ? mltted themselves with grost credit. J. P. Wolf.-, chairman of the school board, presented the certificates to the grad tales In lh<- grammar grade*, and J. N. Hlllman, supertnt. ndent of schools ! foi Wise county, delivered the dl l Dmas. Professor 11. H. Young, prin? cipal of the school, th. n delivered the incdal In Miss Blake's class for great? est Improvement in music, and this went to Mlrs Eula Tackelt. Another prize was delivered which came as a great surprise to public and pupils. Dr. Kar) Stoehr presented a handsome necklace to the pupil who had shown tr... greatest seal and perseverance through the year In the prosecution of h- r studies, and this wns awarded to Mls? Ollle M. Kelly. The annual alumni banquet and re ceptlon followed the closing exercises, and was held In the reading room of the school. The table was in the f'-rm of a Greek cross, and was dee orated With yellow rotte? and ferns. The tun st master was L'-stor Shields 3'arson. Of the class of 190;. and the] following toasts were given: ''To Wise County and Education," Superintend? ent J. N. Hlllman; "To School Board." .1 P Wolfe; "TO Class of 1312." Sam, Nickels "To Faculty." Miss Irma Orr; -To Alumni." MIsh Myrtle fawned. "To ?u? School, Professor II. II. Ynuna. The Normal School will open July 1, and already a large, number of pupils ?have boon enrolled. SOUTH BOSTON f Special to The TlmcS-Dlspatch.] South Boston. Va.. May 26.?The 3911-1912 commencement exercises of the South Boston High School Will "begin Sunday evening, at which tlmoj , ii .... :alaurcate sermon will bo preached by Rev. J. R Doan. of the Baptist rhur. h. to the graduating ?last On Monday evenlns at thei ?T. triple Theatre the primary and srammar grades will have their en dertalnment. On Tuesday evening the exercises will be continued at the nigh SChool auditorium. The address -.f the occasion will be deli'cored by Rev. B. K. Odell. of the Methodist < Thel,'elosing exercises of the Pan River High School took place on Fri? day evening, afu-r a most successful ??n8i?np \ tnthony, n former pastor I of the Baptist Church at this place. Sut now of Hu. ,,.. Vista, was In South T''W l! Jordan has returned from n <Y,sP lnd?ewVWOlingharn, of Rocky (Mount N Cm I? visiting I" ???? home ? Mrs. A. B. Wllllngham, at this ' Pl5iui Mve Way and Mrs. Way. of l^ave retu?ned from n visit to relatives ' in Kottoway county. SALEM ' rspeclal to The Times. Dlspatch.r nesday evening ?'"??; ?'? "J Tn tho'College Lutheran ' Hurt*. r j .\ Mm . head returned Tues? day from Mount Pi?ant. x. C, where ^'delivered the bate*, aureate sermon on Sunday at the commencement ex^r Cl.es of the Mount PKasaitf Collegiate ?liistliute. Miss Jordan. Of Clifton f rse who 3ias been the attractive guesl 61 M?n Kall I o l.ogan. has returned home. ?While luoro Miss lcgan (taVO all in? formal ea.nl party in her honor. Or. J A. Morehend delivered the principal address nil Wednesday eve? ning at the eoninipticemonl exercises pf the High School n New Castle. Miss Pauline Oawson has return^! in Buena Vista after a visit t > Miss Jiesslo Amis? In-Wcsl ?nlom. Miss Pearl Martin,, ot Now Castle, FPenl several days tills w.iek ?s th< puest of Professor ind Mrs. 11. B. Cook, on West Main Street. Mr and Mrs. J. 11. ShartV.er are ppendlng this week as the guests of iviaiives In Martlnsylllc. Miss Lida Knnx Martin, wiio spent ?he winter In Baltimore, has returned to Salem for the summer and Is stop? ping al the Hotel Salem. Fred Kox has returned from Poland, J'ia., where he spent tho wlntor. Mrs R. S. Cele. of ChartdttesvUle. Is the guest of MV. and Mrs. C. B. (Turner, oh Broad Street. Mrs. J. E, Burwell and little daugh? ter, of Floyd, -are spending several weeks at the home of the former's par? ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Logan, near Salem, having come to attend tho Spes Bard-Logan nuptlalo in June, WARRENTON (Special to The Times-Dispatch i Warrenton. Vu.. May IT,..-Hon and Mr?. Qoorge Farts, formerly of In? diana, hut now of Washington, wen the recent guests of Mrs. Surah Ho?. ml-K*!? MrROt-, ?Ir. Karl? was for? merly Senator from Indiana. MIhh Bmlly W. Fletcher and Miss f,oi.<"'i1^.,l'ut"am ^ook >?" o? Tuesday ror Baltimore, whore they will spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. r? \y Cook. . Dr. und Mrs. .1. C. Wiae. who have been ?pendln? the winter )? Wash? ington, have returne.i to Warrenton i?r the summer month*, and have re? opened their home on Culpepcr Stroot Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W ise, the for-' iner vice anil deputy consul of Bor fleaiix, France, are the guests ?f Dr and Mrs. .J. C. Wise for some time ' ?Mrs. F. ft. Boston returned to War? renton on TucFdny. after in absence ?? 8fv..r.al "'?"cks spent in Richmond, West Urginia an<1 Washington. Miss mile I.ovell Turner, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phase Boston at The Cordova, in Washing? ton, has also returned home Miss Margaret Crawlev. formerly a student at the Fauquler Institute, now nt school in Washington. sp.-ni the tinst week-end In Warrenton at M? Hamilton's. Herman Lewis, of Norfolk, was ,-i recent guest at the home of Major B A. Mclntyre. Dr and Mrs. William B. Mason, of Washington, spent Sunday last In Warrenton with Dr. and Mrs. S. D Kennedy at Caslllis. Alexander Hamilton. Jr.. of Wash Ington; William H. Galnes. of Ross lyn, Va.; Sam Chamberlain. Jr.. of Baltimore; 11. W. Hllleary. of Wash? ington, were among those spending the past week-end with relatives la War? ren ton. Mrs. Sam Chamberlain and children, who have been the guests of V:* W. H. Robertson, left on Monday for he Plains, where they win spend so-r.i! time. Mrs. T. .1. Semmes. Miss Jarreau and Thomas Semmes. of New Orleans, have nrrived in Warrenton for the sum? mer months, and are guests if the Warren Green Hotel. Miss Louise Robinson, of Washing? ton, who has been the guest of Lena Galnes at "Paradise," loft on Friday for her home. Miss Parker, of Wash'ngton, who has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Wilbur at Mrs. J. B. Britlon\, has returned home. D. D. Dod(?c entertained at thj Coun? try Club On Friday night The Misses Butler were hostesses on Saturday afternoon at the Fauquler Institute to their large school rt< garden party. Mrs. Taylor Scott has returned home, after a visit to Washington and Rl< h mond, At a recent meeting of the War? renton Horse Show Association the old officers were re-elected without chance for the coming year, with the c\ ep-1 lion of the secretaryship. F. I). Gas-' kins resigned the office because of I other duties, and B. R. W. Barker was; elected to succeed him. Mr. Barker resigned in favor of Fred Batterlce, who nill be the officer for the coming exhibition. Mr. Satterlee has been tor ? a number of yeare secretary of the I Warrenton Hunt Club, but resigned . th'.a office at a recent meeting >n favor of Mr. Barker. William 8. Sow- i ers. who was treasurer of the hunt ' club, resigned in favor of Colonol .1. H. Dorst. The officers of the Warren? ton Horse Show Association arc VV Golder Davis, president; Blatt John? son, manager, Amos F. Payne, treas? urer, and Fred. R. Sattorlce, secre? tary. . t An entertainment was given at the Country Club on Saturday last by several of Hie young people of War? renton. On Tuesdsv afternoon the Black Horse Chapter. No. 1'. Daughters of the Confederacy, Of Warrenton, was I cot L-arflzcd at the home of Mrs. George .-'. Smith. The following ofh cers wer. el.-cted. Mrs. Taylor Scott, president Mrs W. II. Robertson, vice president. Mrs. C. E. Tiffany, treas? urer, mid Mrs. George S. Smith, sec? retary Resolutions were drawn up slid adopted On the death of the former president. Miss Mary Amelia Smith. Fourteen new members were enrolled. Th. chapter will also unite with the Joe Kendall Camp. I. \ -. In tlU memorial exercises on June 1. and will be represented at the na? tional convention In W astungton n October. This chapter was second in the State to be organized. a burprlse party was given to Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Mast on Tuesday even Ina at Mrs. W. T. Willis's, a num? ber of handsome presents were pre? sented to the new pastor and his Silo for the parsonage of the Methodist Church, which Is nearing completion, and which will soon be ready for oc ' "Yn"0 musical given at the Country i-iub oh Thursday cven'ng by local talent was .. most attractivei .?nur tainment In every way. ??Vr?S nu. prograni was rendered. A latg ? nun. km of people were In attendance. MrH 1 T Spraguc entertained at dinner on Wednesday evening. Covers V" Tib-'Reading Club ?f Warrenton has ?..r ?!.,o,aJ.n.,ed for the ?-da^?^ lMraT.a. B. Portman will enter tain a number of guests at Ros. Mitis'Roberta JHodgklns left on Thurs? day of last week for Richmond to iWend th. graduation exmtaa. of the University College of MedKine, w " i n Hodeklns. Jr., iUi<l N hou kins "m,ffid a four years' cours. lnMdr.BtB.lrtr*oVoalne.vllle. is spend BOWLING GREEN .special.?.. T^^-^M1!?1. W.' tv* Green '? ? ?"?^ ln I ,\\. Oroen, ' .&rents. Mr. and ^S:^%ffiri ;Una.' returned ! "mu; ixiulse Haines left Friday for ! Blackstohe. wbcre she goes to visu ? Miss Annie M mu upp. I Mr and Mrs. A. B. Chandler spen a pan of this week In Washington with th. Ir .laughter, Mrs. Man?.. Miss Salllc Woolfolk, of Hanover. Is visiting the Misses Woolfolk .it Mul i becrv Place, near here. Mrs. L M. Robinson, of Richmond, spent 0 part Of this week here. ,1. c. Maiton. of e ther, visited friends here this week. Miss Rosa 11. He. of W stmoielan.l. is visiting at the home of Dr. Ronen T. Ginsscil. I Mr- A G. Chjewning and .laughter, Mies Margaret Chowning, of Richmond. I spen I a purl of this week With Mrs Walter Wilson at the Lawn Hotel. Miss Annie M. White Is visiting rel? atives in Richmond. Mrs. Clara Lake Is in Hampton, wh.-ie she will spend a month with rel? atives. Richard L. IVale and T. D. Cogllill were In Norfolk this week, where they attended the Democratic convention. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles a. Bronddus entertained a number of their friends Tuesday Iri honor of Mrs. J. Harvey Dlllnrd. of Essex. Those ' present were Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Eugen;. Broaddus, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Valentine. Mr. find Mrs. T. B, GUI, Mr. and Mrs. it, a. Coghlll, Mrs. Cordle Lee Moncure, Mrs. Walter Wilson and Mrs. Charles NewblH, christiansburg iKpeclal lo Tho Tlmos-Dispatch.) I ChrlstlansburK, Va.. May -5?Ine commencement exercises of tho Chris? tin nsburg High School were il?ld on Tuesday and WVdntsday evenings at the Opera House. On Monday "The Kimonos." was Riven by the young women of the graduating class, and on Tuesday the ^la*?? essays wer.; load. MISS Lillian Mllner won the gold medal offered by the bar lor the best essay. On Wednesday morning Rev. Hugh C. Smith delivered a brilliant address to the graduating class of eleven, as follows: Misses Lillian Mllner, Bessie Surface, Beatrice Kohen, Mary Cralg Shelburnc, Margaret Hagau. Minnie ?I -well and Helen Whltescarvor; Boy WhltlocJt, Harry Word, Samuel Nix< u and Ben Kohen. Rev. Charles Btaunton delivered the! prizes to the pupllu of the public school, and Rev. c;. Otis MoaJo deliv? ered the m.-dals and prizes to 'tho': High Srhool students. Another year has been added to the; High school course, making it a four year course, and nearly all the gradU-1 ates will rctisrn tw compete th* \ ? ourr.-. The year has been a very! pleasant and profitable one. The on-' rolmeni of the public n-hooi has been1 "??- and of the High School seventy eight. Mis- lean Millr.er. nf Norfolk, Is vis 1.15 her-?l"ter' MihS Gillian Mlliner. at Mrs. Tula Belvlns. Mrs. Laura Matthew?, of Lewlsburg. Trig? ' BUC?t of 'MrK Em?"? HHTh Hun'" J Phlegar, M. , vVliiu??^11? "*r,"? "nd Jtoanoke Ca,h?Un "?cn* Thursday in j durham r Durham*' '1^?^'??? ' fe^r^i ^urned0-^ i Toy, or Bennettsvllle. i, h. Markham and Mrs. d c M.:.M,m have gone ,? rjalvcston. ; Vi '? " u i" 8pend * month J , 6 M?tB ?J Du ' ? M*nKum, Jr. of rharie... 'Catherine Cnamberlaln. Mrs? " c! Budd. 8 h'r Brandlna Mise Claude Umstead. of Salisbury, \tJnc.thC, c.,,y' :he f?t*t of Mr. and ?Mrs, e. T. U'msload, Mrs. B. N, fj.ike and daughter, M'ss ?ary, and Miss Kathcrlne Fuller, of Aew lork, have arrlvea^In Durham. ..nd expect to remain here until aftei ?tie Trinity commencement, which is the urst week In June. Utile Miss Margaret Markham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I* B. Mark? ham, of Hunt Street, celebrated her eighth birthday on Monday with an attractive party. The home was beau, lltully decorated with cut flowers and potted plants, the color scheme being! Pink and white. on the porch, amidi u bower of pretty flower-, ? heaup ? ul cut-glass !ruit 'itinch bowl was presented her by Master Martin Cat michael. After being entertained with i several different games, the children were served with a delicious Ice! course. I Miss Isabella Jourdan has gone to i Raleigh, where she is the guest of I her cousin. Miss Vivian P. Betts. Mrs Etta lj. Davis, of Oakalosa, Iowa, Is visltlcg her brother, Rev. I M. p. Davis, of Last Durham. Mrs. M. K. Andrews and Mrs. C N ' Noriworthy, who havo hecn ' the! guests of Mrs. R. D, Blacknatl, have' returned to their home in Norfolk. Miss Ava Aycock, of Shelby, who' has been the guest of Miss Nancy Renn, on "Shcrtlood Heights," has g"ne to' Loulsburg for a short visit. Mrs. Richard Arrlngton, of New York, is the (tuest nf Mrs. A. H, Mer? rill, on Trinity campus. Bishop rTafd. of Bclmont. who has been in the city, the guest of Father O Brlant, has returned home. culpepe'fT [Special to The Times-Tdspat -h ] | Culp -per, May 25.?Misses Eleanor , ?Wine and Carrol! Brown, who have been attending school at Randolph Macon Institut' this winter, returned to Curpoper to-day for their Stimmer vacation. Miss Lib Miller, who has been the guest of Mrs. W. E Edwards for sev- . eral weeks, returned to her home in j llamlin this week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricketts. of | Orange, were the guests on Sunday of I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Vass. j Lieutenant Murphy, who has been the guest for the past week of Lieu ''tenant .lames Yancey, left this wieak ? for his home in Washington, n. C. He I was accompanied by Lieutenant Yan? cey. who will he his guest for sevoral j days. Miss Mac Spiers, of Washington, T5. C., was l!i- we-k-end guest of her mother. Mrs. Mary Buekner Skiers, at Olen'-Onrry. .Mrs. Oeorge Kg^horn left last we?k for Charlestown, W, Va.. where she will attend the common-.' m^nt at Pow hatan College, her sister-in-law. Miss Elizabeth Egg'oorn. being one of thi griduates. Mr.-. L r. Kelson, Jr., hart as her: guests last week Mesd.imes O -org- ' ?Mae,m and daughter, of Kesavick, and' Louie llooff. of Seminary Hill. Carroll f?arn?t. of Richmond, spent seyipal days in Oilpepor with A. L. C. nodloe. Misses L!zz!<= and Annie Jackson U-'t last week to visit relatives In Mams sas They will visit in W.ishl ntrton. D. C. before returning to fnlpepor. j Nelson Pace, of West Virginia. Is ;spending several days with his mother. Mrs. W. W CheW, on East ftiree*. Mrs S E. Boker was the hosless of a delightful bridge part) on Monday afternoon. Reside the -nest of honor. Mlas JacquellTI Ware, those pl.iving were Mesdam*s Charles C-nlds'/orough, I Max Simu.lsi.ii. Flydc L wis. Fred Hitdglns, Misses Orvd. Law, Sillte An? derson. Luis SutherMn. Mice Carter, Florence Vass. Augusts Rennett and ?Nita Orlmsley. The house was h'au tlfully decorated with pink rn.-es and festoons of pink rIShon. Th-? color ] scheme was carried out in the refresh ! ments. Mrs. Fred TTudgins. making ;:m highest score, won the e1u!h prlz-, while Miss piMmsJoy captured the guesi prize. Tie guest of honor's* prize, n beautiful fan, was presented to M"iss Jucqiielin Ware. Mira Sallle Anderson entorlalned the "Bllllken" Club on Saturday. Thos plnylng were Mlfise? Lila Fraley, Louise Fray. Lnla Sulherlln. Alice Car. i?r. Mary .Tones. FannLi Yowell. TTelen llnwley. .Taennelln "Ware. Flora STosbv. Ressle Nrtckall and AdMla TTolton. Miss Flora Monby won the priT.e. a beauti? ful silver pencil. Miss Alice Carter entertained the "Bllllken" Club on Tiosday. Miss Lela Fral?y making the highest score, won &h,* i'.-izt. ft btautifui lace collar. , ?Si Don't Forget to Attend the SOCIETY CIRCUS for the Benefit of "Pine Camp," Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28th and 29th. For Sweet Charity's Sake Help This Worthy Cause* HUNDREDS OF TOWELS This wie of Towels presents a rare chailCC to eavc a gor*! fraction of what you spend on such utilities. Every kind rut sale here to-morrow, from crash to damask. A Good Small Cotton Towel at 36c dozen. A Good Large Cotton Muck Towel at $1.00 dozen. A Good Kxtra Large Huck Towel at $1.20 dozen. A Good Large Linen Towel at $1.50 and $2.00 dozen. A Soft All-Linen Dama?k Hem? stitched Towel; special. $2.00 dozen. For one week. HAliH I mEf&s BROAD AND FIFTH $T5 Wo Sell More Ready-to-Wear Garments Than Any Other Richmond Store. POMPEIAN CREAM Preserves the complexion. And there is no doubt but thai it will do for you what it has for several million enthusiastic users. Pompeian gives a clear, clean, fresh, youthful skin, first, because it makes the pores completely clean; and, second, because it stimu? lates the akin and circulation in a most beneficial way. However, wc don't claim that wonders can be done in a day. Most people see an improve? ment in their appearance from the first massage, but defects of the skin that have taken years to reach their present, condition are not overcome at once. Per Jar,. 40c, 60c and75c. Cream Serge Suits at Reduced Prices Cream Serge Suits, in plain tailored coats and Norfolk style?, 1 Cf\ best lining and workmanship; special. ?1 ?*??j\j $20.00 Cream Norfolk Suits, misses' sizes, $15 00 Tailored Suits of whipcord and Bedford cord, clever models, $20*00 Fancy Norfolk effects, fathered barks, with belts, $30.00 and (fr*) C f\(\ $35.00 Suits, also fancy models; special. ?L JaVU Lingerie Dresses Specially Priced Very Sheer Lingerie Dresses, with fine Val. and Cluny trim- CP 1 'J CA ming; entire dress of laces; special, $10.00 and. wl fcieJvF Special Dresses in fine mulls and washable voile, with deep band Cluny trimming, in effective designs; $20.00 Dresses at $15 JJJ'J EJQ Fine White Voile Dresses, with Venice band trimming, silk Q.'}'} <Z(\ girdles, all new models, at. JPAinJU Handsome model.-, in Lingerie Dresses, with filet and Cluny C'l C AH laces, some hand embroidered; exceptionally good values at. ??>AtOeUvf Novelty Lingerie Dresses, in voile and fine laces, $50.00 flf'2'7 CA values, at. ' sJU Stylish Linen Suits $5.00 $5.98 White Pique Norfolk Suits, with patent leather belt; special. Ramie Lir.cn Norfolk Suits, in all shades; special. Heavy Crash Linen Suits, natural shade, in plain tailored mod- fl[C Q? els, excellent fitting garment, at. ?50 ?70 Oyster and Natural Crash Linen Suits, in strictly tailored mod- (|?0 AO els, patch pockets; special. ?DOeTcO Black Linen Suits, in plain and fancy styles, SI 2 50 Very Drr-sy Linen Suit-, in all the new shades, including fancy cuts, tailored stvles and Norfolk, in best grade of linen; QIC (\(\ special.'-.?I.eJaVU House and Street Dresses Madras. Dresses, in all colors, pcplum effects, fl^^ Fine Striped Batiste Dresses, in all colors, sailor collars, cm- CP'I QO broidery trimmed, at. wd*sO Chambray Dresses, in all shades, with allovcr embroidery trim- QQ French Linen Dresses, in all new shades, lace collar and cuffs, tgC^ OjQj Linen Dresses, in all shades, all new models, at A ? $7.48 and. -JO.^O Muslin Underwear Sale 52 dozen Line French Nainsook Corset Covers, size 34 to-14, worth 6Sc and 75c?daintily and neatly trimmed with several rows of Val. laces, some trimmed with embroideries, with ribbon run headings; any CjQ^ Sale of Ladies' French Nainsook Drawers, several styles to select from, some are slightly soiled front show, sold up to SI.50; choice of the ?C - lot as long as they last. UJC Re & Ge Corsets Improve the Figure R Sc G. Corsets arc one of the most desirable and com? fortable Corsets to be bar! this season. They produce .ill the fashionable lines and yet give the wearer extreme com? fort. One of the models, F 116, has an extreme long skirt With elastic bands inserted so as to give ease and comfort when the wearer is seated. This model for $3.00. C. 117?another one, same style, at $2.00. A large assortment of R. & G. models are shown in this department Irom 75c up to $3.00; any figure can be fitted, even the o-xtreme stout, in tine of these well-known corsets. Ladies' Slipover Gowns, several styles to select from. 75c values CA ? for . S?C Several styles of White Underskirts, lace and embroidered trimmed, nar? row and medium widths, worth QQ>, $1.25 and $1.50; choice. /OC Ladies' Tucked Double Ruffle and Embroidery Trimmed Skirts, the usual 75c grade for. Ladies' Combination Suit-, Skirt or Drawer, trimmed with laces or QO *% embroideries, sizes 34 to 44.. . /OC THIS IS THE ONLY CORSET WITH A REALLY PRACTICAL ELASTIC INSERT Model C 116 Couiille Model C 117 Batirfe I Price, j $2.00 M?J?I F 116) CouiUle . Price. Mt<M f 117 f $3.00 Ritiila J Silks of Known Quality 50c Offered To-Morrow at Sale Prices 59 c 50c 59c 75c Note These Values: 40-inch Black Silk Grenadine, fine mesh, 75c quality, per yard. 27-inch Pure Silk Pongee. 6 pieces, navy only; 75c. and $1.00?qual? ity; to close out, the yard. Cheney's Showerproof Foulards, all this season's clmi<c patterns; about 50 patterns to select from, in black anrl white, green, brown, Copenhagen and navy; to close out, the yard. 36-inch Black Messalinc, rich, lustrous black, heavy weight; per yard.> . 36-inch Pure Silk Taffeta; a good heavy quality that will wear satisfactorily; ask for sample; to compare with silks sold up to-Si.00 ZlQj yard in other stores; our price, per yard. O^C 36-inch Black Imported Pongee, pure dye, $1.50 value; per CP 1 Z. yard. ?D 1 mLO ^ 36-inch Black China Silk, waterproof; per yard, 59c, 69c, 75c J QQ 36-inch White Washable Habutai?21-inch, 25c; 27-inch, 39c; & 1 AA 36-inch. 50c, 59c, 69c, 75c, 85c. tPl.JtJU 36-inch Natural Pongee; per yard. DsC 24-inch Silk Faile, all the wanted shades, in light and dark colors, A Q also black; per yard. TT^/C Spring Replenishing of Bedding Springtime is renewing time.?outdoors and indoors. The housewife is busy as a bee, brightening and replenishing her home?renewing floor covering, draperies, curtains and beddings To-day our subject is Beddings, and ours is an interesting story. For our assortment of bedding supplies includes only reliable brands, and our price are so low as to warrant the supplying of future as well as of present needs If you need Sheets, Pillow Cases, Sheetings, Blankets, Comfortables or Bed Spreads?now is the time to buy while these prices hold. Later you may pay more for the same qualities. PILLOW CASES 15c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, large 42x36-inch size. Good 12'j'c Pillow Cases 36x42-inch size; sale price. Large Size 25c Pillow Cases, 45x3o-inrh size; sale price. . . . 42x72-inch Bolster Cases, 35c grade, for. A Good Bolster Case, worth 45c, large -I2x72-inch size; sale price. SALE OF SHEETS. Sheets,' 72x90-inch size; 50c value; sale price. 60c Sheets, large 72x90-inch si/e; sale price. 75c Sheets, StxOO-inch size; sale price. $1.00 Sheets, extra length, 90x99-incll size; sale price. . .. SALE OF BED SPREADS. $1.25 White Crochet Spreatls, hemmed, double lied OC. size: reduced to. OJC $1.50 White Crochet Spreads, hemmed, double bed size ; CP I AA reduced to. JD 1 ?Uli 12k 9c 15c 25c 35c 35c 39c 55c 79c SI.75 White Crochet hemmed, double bed size; reduced to. $1.75 Summer Weight Bed Spreads, lu-inmcd, 62x90-inch. SI.S9 Summer Weight Bctl Spreads, hemmed, 72x90-inch. $2.00 Summer Weight Bed Spreads, hemmed, 80x90-inch. S2.50 Summer Weight Bed Spreads, hemmed 90X 100-inch. $1.50 Light Weight White Blankets, double bed size, pink and CP 1 ^ C blue borders; special price w 1 ??%J $2.50 Light Weight White. Blankets, double Led mzc, blue bor? ders only; special price $1.25 Crib Blankets. $1.00?Me? dium Weight White Woobiap Crib,. Blankets, dainty light bine borders, size 36x50-inch; ?' SI.25 value . Spreads, $1.25 $1.25 $1.39 $1.50 S2.00 $1.98 Every Man Can Save On his Summer Toggery if he visits the Thalhimer Store. (Men to wait on men.) Note These Nine Monday Specials: 59c 25c Men's 25c finest quality of and Fancy Madras Wash lie in-hand stylo, elegantly made; sale price. Men's 50r Athletic Under? wear, all double sewed; sale price.> ? ? Men's 75c Silk Finished . I'nderwear, with neat pin stripes, for. Men's $1 00 Shirts, pongee with attached collars, neat pat? terns; sale price. White *. four 12Sc 35 c Uhlctii 50c effect. 59c Men's $1.00 Fine Madra? Athletic Underwear; sale price, Men's Good Balbriggan Un? derwear for. Men's Fine Thread Silk Hose, in every wanted color; OF sale price. ? .7> C Men's $1.50 White Madras I'aja mas, trimmed with silk t? 1 AA frogs; sale price wl?UU Men's 35c Suspender-, made of best lisle web. bra-- trimmed call skill end-; sale price. 25c Children's Wear for Summer In all the New and Becoming Styles Children's White and Colored Wash Dresses, 2 to 6 years, several stvlos to select from, made neat and trimmed daintily; worth 75c; choice CjQ^ Boys' Busier Brown Suits, several Styles, in colored and white material and workmanship of the fit*} AO brsl, 2 to 5 years, for 98c to ?!I>i*?xO A lot of Caps and Bonnets, several styles, size.12 to 16, daintily trimmed with ribbons, laces, etc.; sold CA^i up to $1.25, for. kJl/C Children's and Misses' to 14 years Princess Slips and Band Skirts at 50c up to $1.50. These are well made; some with hemstitched ruffles, others trimmed with embroidery and laces. Children's anrl Misse--' tu 14 years Gowns; a large assortment <>f style: select from for 25c to $l.2&, according to material and trimmings Children'- Drawers from 1 to 12 years arc here ??? 10c to-50c. Some* with hemstitched hctu. others trimmed with ruffles, lares and embroidery. A lol of Straw Bonnets, thai sold up to $2.48, trimmed with rib? bons and (lowers, for. . . , Rompers. 2 to o years, for the l>oy or girl, in plain and checked, neatly trimmed, for. Wash Hats lo match romp? ers for .; 50c he l>oy 50c 50c