THE RICHMOND PAI LADIU3I AXD SUX-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1910.
At the First Comptroller's Call in Each Year For Seven Years
Early Sprang Slhiowainig
of Fashionable Garments for Stylish Women
Some ot the Newest Fads and Fancies ol Early Spring's New
est Wearables Now on Display in our Garment Section. The
Elegance and Beauty ot these Garmonts need no Emphasis
here; they are creating unusual comment among the tairer sex
EARLY SPRING SUITS, JACKETS
WAISTS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES
Drop in, be one of the first to see them
and try them on. Easter is in close
proximity, therefore be wise and choose
your Easter wearables Early, Leisure
ly and with Satisfaction.
SPRING WARD IN OUR
FANCY GOODS SECTION
Now showing some of the daintiest
and most fetching dress novelties you
ever saw. Prices too, will be inter
esting. Pretty novelties in Ladies' Spring
Early Spring Belt Pins, Sash Pins,
and many other fancy jewelry innova
tions. Don't fail to see the new Cloisonne
Special showing of Fancy Beaded
and Jeweled La Vallieres.
Shell and Amber Turban Braid Pins,
Turban Barrettes, Turban Bandeaux,
All the new pin novelties for the new
Unusual Display of Spring Ginghams
SEE EAST WINDOW
50 Pieces 32-in. Folkland Zephyr Ginghams
Products oi the Celebrated Barnaby Mfg. Co.; mind you, 32 in. wide
As Early Spring Introductory, 15c yd.
Over 50 Pieces for Selection
LEE Bo IOTSBMJM
January 22, 1904 $403,738.15
January 11, 1905 $443, 226. 2G
January 29, 1906 S 477,852. 93
January 26, 1907 $707,834.77
February 14, 1908 $ 900 , 306 32
February 5, 1909
January 31, 1910
We want your Business and. will treat you RiffHt
TO THOSE INTERESTED; PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.
Dickinson Trust Company
SAFETY DEPOSIT BUILDING
Capital, Surplus and Prolits 332,000.00
EDGAR F. HIATT, .
EVERETT R. LEMON,
JESSE E. WIECHMAN,
EDWIN H. CATES,
SAMUEL DICKINSON, .
SAMUEL W. GAAR,
ADAM H. BARTEL,
P. W. SMITH, '
ELGAR G. HIBBERD,
EDGAR F. HIATT.
GEORGE H. EGGEMEYER, v.
JOHN J. HARRINGTON,
HENRY C. STARR.
Estates Settled Interest on Deposits
WE GIVE YOU THE VERY BEST SERVICE
FOR SEE 9
IN THE WESTCOTT
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to express my gratitude and
thanks to my many friends and nciph-;
hors and also to the G. W. (). O. F. ;
and sisters of the household of Ruth !
for the kindness and sympathy!
shown dnr;:-" the illness and death
of my husband. '
Mrs. Ella Elmore."
Those muffins you HU'l ?o Treil were i
made from Gold Sledai Flour. Liza, i
BILL ABOUT READY
(American Xews Service)
Washington. D. C, Feb . 5. The
House Rivers and Harbors committee
has been almost completed, the water
way bill and expects to have it ready
to report to the house within the next
few daw. The statement was made to
day that the bill will carry only about j
S:;;Uio." which is nearly $l.mo,;m;
les3 than the amount asked for by the !
members. The smallness of the j
amount asked for is due to the presi-s
dent's insistence on economy. I
JUDGE PUZZLED MAIi
New York. Feb. 5. Judge Martin of
the United States Circuit Court is bo
puzzled by the Immunity plea of
Charles E. Heike. secretary of the
American Sugar Refining company
the sugar trust, that today he decided
that a jury trial shall be held to decide
whether Heike is entitled to immuni
ty or not. This Is the first trial of its
kind in the United States. Heike ap
peared before the grand jury and he
bases his plea for immunity on that
Hijrh School. Grammar School
and all Indiana Books; every
thing in School Supplies.
MOORMANN'S BOOK STORE
520 Main St
Order your Spring Suit early. If you want to be recognized among all your
friends and acquaintances as a good dresser, there is no better way than to have
your clothes made by Emmons Tailoring Company, "Leaders in Correct Tailor
ing for Good Dressers."
SEE OUR SPRING
Greatest Values We
Have Ever Shown
"LEADERS IN CORRECT TAILORING FOR GOOD DRESSERS"
We Guarantee a Perfect Fit or No Sale. Cor. 9th and Main Sts.
Csa'l fool bc I ta
fixed to keep wcra
for six weeks csre.
If yoa are nel. fen
your troc&Ies to Ei
Iber Drotliers Co.
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