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French Piques. I2*4c. for 19c. Extra Heavy j Welt Pique. .a8 198 AND 202 MA! IN! STREET. . STORE CLOSES FRfDAY AT I P. M. DURING AUGUST. ^ JOIN THE ART CLASS. FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN ART EMBROIDERY. Join Mrs. Allen's Art Class. Class meets 10 to 12 a. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, LAST FOUR DAYS. ? TAILOR-MADE SUITS. sr? $5.00 For Suits; only five in ihe * assortmen, navy blue and her? ring-bone cloths. for $10 CO Suits i'l navy blue and $6.48 black cheviots $9 98 *T?r 515-00 Tailor-Madc Suits in ' cheviots. Venetians; jackets silk lined, skirts percaiine lined 49c 59c 79c $3.49 $2.79 For White Duck Jackets that belong to suits that sold at 53.50. QNLY FOUR DAYS MORE before we take stock, and in this short space of time we must positively get rid of every odd lot. all broken lines, remnants of every description, which we have thrown out to sell prior to stock-taking, as NOT A DOLLAR'S WORTH will be counted at inventory. Last week's values were so GREAT that buyers from surrounding cities took advantage of the many excursions to this great value-giving center. No need to tell you of the crowds, as it is the talk of Norfolk. It will seem ridiculous to tell you that the values will be virtually two-fold this week, but it is a fact. $1.98 $2.49 $3.49 Taffeta. SILK WAISTS. For $5.00 Silk Waists, in neat checks. For $5 00, $6-00 and $7.50 Silk Waists in fancy stripes. For $5 00 and $6.00 Fancy Silk Waists in plain and changeable For White Pique Jackets that belong to suit:, that sold at $4.00 and $4.50. For White Pique Jackets that be? longed to $5 00. .V' 00 and $7.00 suits For $5.00. $6.00 and $7.50 White Pique S'-irts. For $3.50 and $4.50 White Pique Skirls. Silks and Dress Goods. 59c a yard *or $1'^0 Fancy Waist ' Silks, quantity not large. 25c a yardtor 50c. and ^?c' Jnp Silk, 27 in., yellow, lilac and nile. 16c a yard f?r 25c. plain colored '? Twills and Serges, cardinal, blue, | brown, gray. 33c. a yarc* ^or ?5c. Black Figured Mohairs and Sicilians. 35c. a yar<^ l?r 75c. Tweedy Check ' All-wool 45-inch Suitings. SILK REMNANTS at half price. 29c. a yard ^or 50c, 69c. and 75c. Fancy Jap Silk, stripes and small plaids. 79c a yard *or $1-25 Black Silk Warp Henrietta. 98c a yard for $L2> and $L39 BIack Dress Goods, 42 to 50 inches wide. NEW FALL HOMESPUN and CHEVIOTS in greys and brown mix? tures, 54-inch, $1.00. 98c a yard for $I'25' $!'39and $1.50 Black Pcau de Soie in skirt lengths. 69c. a yard *or 98c. "fine All-wool 44 inch Suitings, cadets. 75c a yard ^or All-wool Challies HOSIERY. A few pairs of Ladies' and Children's * Stockings that must be closed out before inventory. 12'-C ^or ladies' Imported Black Hosiery, that sold for 20c. 15c ^or ladies' Hcrmsdorf Stockings, double scles and heels, that sold for 25c. tnc for Infants' Black and White * Socks that sold for 12',c. HOSIERY. 17c. k"* Ladies' Fancy Hosiery that sold at 25c. 39c f?r Ladies' Fancy Hosiery that sold at 50c. 59c ^or Ladies' Fancy Hosiery that sold at 75c. 6S)c for Ladies' Fancy Hosiery that ' sold at $1.00. 25c ^or Ladies' Lisle Thr:ad Hosiery * that sold for 50c. J5C^ for Children's Black Ribbed Stockings, with double knees, sold for 25c. WASH GOODS. 17c ^or a^' mc very nnest French Or? gandies in beautiful designs that sold at 37' j c. 12 l-2c. f?r French Organdies, sold ~~ * at 25c. 10c ^or Frcncn Organdies, sold at 25c 3c l?r 10c. Cotton Crepes in nile and light blue. 5c# l?r 10c. Cotton Crepe in red and yellow. for 15c. Canvas Madras Suiting. 5c for 10c. Fancy Percales, 36 inches wide. 7c for 121 c. Fancy Percales, 36 inches wide. 5r for 25c. pink, with white stripe 4 Galatea Cloth. 5c l?r 10c. and 12'_'c Cream and Yellow Duck Suiting. 5c l?r lOc 40-inch wide FigurecT Lawns. 5c l0r 15c. Figured Pique Suiting, mostly pink ellect. I0c. ^or 15c. Corded Lawns, white cord in solid grounds. 10c f?r l9c* and 15c. Scotch Figured Dimities. BATHING SUITS. fyQr for one lot of Children's Bathing * Suits that sold at $1.19. $1 39 for $2'00 and $2'50 Ladies' ' Flannel and Mohair Bathing Suits. $1.98 tor $3-00 Ladies' Mohair Bath- j * ing Suits. Gents' Furnishings. HALF HOSE?Men's Split Sole Im? ported Black Half Hose, the usual 25c. grade, now 3 pairs for 50c. NECKWEAR?We are closing out j a few odd lots of Tecks, Bows and Four-in-Hands, that sold regularly at i 25c, 39c. and 50c. each for 18c. each ' (3 for 50c). Call early for this lot. j Our entire line of Men's 50c Percale i and Madras Cloth Shirts, pair cuffs to match, 39c. each. Boys' and Men's fine Silk Front ; Shirts, 39c. each, worth 50c, i Finest grade $1.50 Monarch Shirts, two collars and pair cuffs, closing price 98c each (all sizes). Finest grade $1.50 Knickerbocker Shirts, pair cufiS to match, 98c. each, to close at once, assorted sizes, mostly large. One lot, about half dozen in all, 16 ' i and 17 sizes, Men's Madras Shirts, pair cuffs to match, 25c. each, a good half dollars worth if your size is here. Another lot of Stiff Bosom Shirts, some with cuffs, some with collars and cuffs, assorted Percales and Madras Cloths, worth 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 each, to close at once we have marked rthem 59c. each. DOMESTICS. 10 yards of Fruit of the Loom Cotton for 59c. 10 yards of Best 6c. Calico for 39c. 10 yards of best 5c. Fancy Calico, 39c 10 yards of heavy Unbleached Cotton, a yard wide, for 39c. 6 %c. for 42x36 Bleached Pillow Case. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, regular 15c. grade, 11c 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 16c grade, 12*4 c. 81x90 Bleached Sheet, 371 <c. 90x90 Bleached Sheet, 46c. SHIRT WAISTS. 29c for 50c. Percale Shirt Waists. C9C. for 86c. Percale Shirt Waists. 69c. for $1.25 Percale and Madras Shirt Waists. 49C. for $1.00 White Lawn Shirt Waists. 79C. for ,51.00 Sheer White Dimity Waists. 93c. for $1.25 Sheer White Lawn Waists. PARASOL COVERS. 98c. for $1.25 and $1.50 Parasol Covers. $1.49 for $2.25 and $2.50 Parasol Covers. $1.98 for $3.00, S3.50 and $4.25 Par? asol Covers, i 49c. for 85c Silk Net, two yards, for j evening wear; colors, lavender, pink, cardinal, yellow and light blue. I RIBBON SPECIALS. One lot of black, brown and green ' Moire Taffeta, Nos. 22, 40 and 60, and ? sold at 19c, 25c and 2()c, Monday 10c 12^c. for a No. 40 Black All-silk ; Taffeta Ribbon. 25c Taffeta Ribbons, Monday 19c. I 31c. Taffeta Ribbons, all colors, 25c. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. 59c. For *l 00 Underskirts, with Um? brella ruifle. 98c. For $1-75 and $2-00 Gowns, ex? quisitely trimmed. $1.39 $2.59 Gowns, beautifully trimmed; wonderful value. 25c. For 37'.'c. Muslin Drawers, em? broidery trimmed. SPECIALS. All our $1.00 Kid Gloves, black and colors, 5 hook and 4 button, will be sold for 69c. A special value in Pearl Buttons, 3 sizes, 21 _? c dozen. 10c. for 25c and 39c. Veilings splen? did colors. 371 _-c for Colored Silk Gloves that sold at 50c and 65c. 98c. for size 18 Her Majesty's Corsets, seid at $3.50. One lot of remnants DressTrimmings at half price. Ladies' Collars and Nock Ruches, sold for 10c. and 12',c, will be sold for Jo each. All mir $1.00 Hand Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs for 69c. BELT SPECIALS. Black Leather and Colored Velvet Belts that sold at 25c, now He. Leather, Elastic and Velvet Belts that sold at 50c. and 75c, now 2;.c All our $1-00, $1.25 and SI.39 Beits go in this sale at 50c. 19c. for 25c. White Kid and Leather Belts. 2 5c. for 39c. White Leather Button Belts. 39c for 50c White Leather Bells. STATIONERY. Rare values these, and such a chance seldom happens. 6c for full pound package of cream laid Writing Paper, sold for 10c. 9c. for Star Linen and Snow Flake Linen Paper, full pound package, sold at 15c 10c for 24 sheets Paper and 24 Enve? lopes, put up in neat box, sold for 1 ^c 3c for 10c. Hurlburt's Tinted Enve? lopes, extra quality, sold for 10c. <<tv j? JfK A jP\ jC* .S? A. ? a ?. A WEEK IN SOCIETY St. Swithin Conies to the Relief of the People. \t.l;k , - En tvrtnlittiifiil* nl ilui t'oiiiilrj' ?')i>:> Trip it. oiil i'iiliil in ii.? '?*??lmi? ti'<r" liuiinu lit 1%'ortli I'lirolimt Aiillonul Vi'iliil* I'o urn ii iii it lit. Rain, as far hs we have been nblc t? > tee, was tlii- most conspicuous i)\ iljj last week, ami bi Ihr Iii buch profusion and abundance kind ol monopolized things generally and kepi the i.pie at homo most of the week. si. Swiihiti decided Unit a shower t>..th each duy ?was Just tin- n- cessary thing for us, anil needing it most we are t-> bt blesi v. like downfalls for the next month. Oh, Joy! The moon wasn't bad (hough, and Where Diana managed peep up< n th(s earth and the mortals thereof, through a mass (if clouds her loveliness was in epirinK and Influence felt. .', ? the lit- ; of August is so near the town Is fasti losing its population. This week ail who can will Ke; away and from prcaonl outlook they are many. Mr. Frank \V. McCltllougli enter? tained a number of his friends very de- | light fully Monday evening. The parly was to have Failed i > the Country t'luli' on Mr. McC'tillough's yacht, the "Wcsl Wind," but on aec?uni ..i iho Inch m ency of the weath r thai i vi nine wi re forced to abandon that part ?'t' the pro? gram and rode to !!:?? club on the cars, where a delightful supper had bi n pre? pared. Mr. McCullough iias won tjulte a reputation for himself as a host, and this evening's enjoyment adds another to the long list of happy events which HTe booked to his credit. Those who made up this party were Miss Marga? ret Ramsay, Miss Mary Tayloe, Ml Nan and Alice Ramsay, Mr. Pugh, of I Washington, D. C; Mr. Thomas W.I Tnnnor, Mr. IR:-.;li fl. Whltctioad, Mr. J. sauiidei?? Taylor; and tin; li.-si. Despite the rain n vory enjoyable Ins party \yas given i" OU\ Point Monday evening. Tho 'Volunteer'1 earrieil the party to ihelr destination; win r .1 nc in:; whs ohjbycd by the young people tit tli.' Hygoia Hotel until 11 .. . in. It. .Mr. Th.lore Rogers and Mr. Wulli Sharp?', Jr., were Instrumental in pel? ting up this parky, and it is due t.> their efforth that it wits ?ue.h a pletisiint af? fair. 'I'll., cilnperones on this occasion were Mr. ami Mm. Walter Sliarpe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Otilpcpcr, ami Mis.-. Louisa Doyle, of Uiiltlmrire. Aiiiouk lliOHe wiio wi-r?- present were Miss Stokes', of Uiehmond; Miss <- : ?;. Doyle and Miss Donna Roi '. ..t Italtl im>n>: Miss Kirliy. of Rai. ffh, N. C; .Miss Josoimlric* Hrmvor, of linltiniore: Miss Ruth Kerebce. of Portsmouth; M'ss Alice <?l.l. Mi>s f.ueile Wales, Miss Mary I On Rerdrleh; Miss Kntherlhe Herith, Miss Kilt I llnrdy.Mlss Kloreuce Waddy. Miss J in:.- Grcsh.-im, Mifwcs ? In:'.i and Nell Serpoll, Miss Daisy DriihuhOnd, .Miss. Ron lie Sh rp, Mirs Mtiry Doyle. Miss Kuiily Wilson. I'. :-. Senator T. S. Martin, Mr. Culvert 'lav. Mr. Thomas Stark, Mr. Walter Sharp, dr.. Mr. The dore R >g< rs. Mr. CO?ke, Mr. .1. <1. ll dl..u.U. Mr. Conn selman, Mr. Msie Rlaihire. Mi-. Chase, Mr. Raker, Mr. Kdward Old, Mr. Wil? liam Dey, Mr. Oarnetl Jordan, Mr. Walter Priest, Mi. Itird Hughes. Mr. More Oulpoper, Mr. Alhi it Rurrtiss, ami M r. i ioi d 'u Steplw nson. The Country Cluli was tho sceho Of a very delightful party Tu.?.-day evening, when Miss Ath'C Ramsay . a . i i.i.o I her frionds In honor of Miss Page 11 - born, <?'.' Petersburg. The feature ? ??f the ovcniiig was Manhattan pool.', ivhieli highly Interesting .and entertninlnt' jr..mo was greatly enjoyed. A de? lectable menu \vns then nerved in one of the private dining rooms, which war. another important feature. Miss Rani Bay's guests on this occasion were Miss Osboriic, M'.ss Mary WaJke, Misses Margaret and Nan Rams-ay. Mr. Thos. W. Tannor, Mr. Frank \V. McCullouRh, Mr. Hugh G. Whitehead, Mr. Montgom j?t-v Osbornc and Mr. John D. White.' ' hi .1.!. Jr. ? * ? A party >!' young people left Friday I for a week's outing in North Carolina. The party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. I Harnest Wn?dnrd, Miss Pace, <>t" Rich? mond: Miss Vaughn and Mrs. A. Brooke Taylor boarded the sloop yacht I "Vivi.i." and set .-a.I tor a iyeok of un? alloyed pleasure, Inn wc don't know how they fancied that thunder storiit at it;.- very In-ginning of their trip. At any rate, that is ?hat they went I'm pleasure?and will visit Nag'K Il6ad, Alheniiirlc .-? ?und and other Carolina p tints during tin Ir stay. ? . ? The homo of Judge Spaldlng, on Park avenue, was the s.-, m- last Tuesday evening of a ntost delightful party, given :tt honor of his guests. Miss Spaldlng And Miss Browne, of Sulsbtiry, Mass. The 'a ir. Isotue residence had been transformed into a garden of tl >w j ers, while the lights from the dainty Japanese lanterns made tlie place seem like fairyland. A plea-ant feature of ?Ii- evetiliig was an auction, which ? tu-..i much amusement tvhen the cu? rb us parcels were op. hed. These "pur? chases" are Souvenirs of a mast ett I Joynblo evening; Mr-H rs. Krank Vy*. MeCullnitgh, Jr.. Sutinders Taylor, Tie mas W. Tannor, i ! Irie Williams and Hugh (i. Whlte , hi i I will leave on the yacht "West Iwind" nexi Saturday for New Vork, iron which they will sail f.>r Newport. It. I . iv.li re Messrs. Taylor and \VIVite h. i 1 will enter the National Lawn Ten i Intii-nanient to in- held on August thr- 15th, ? ? i Miss Klla Jackson, of rtlchmond, who has been spending several weeks at Virginia Beach, has returned home. Mis. Rait. :? and family. Mr.;. Onv.s atel M .-s Rosa Kiherldge, >?( Berkley; Will h ave Tie .-lay for the Koanokc Bed Sulphur Springs. ? ? ? Miss Btolse Davenport left last week to spend the remainder of the summer j at Newcastle, Vn. ' * * I Mrs. W. o. Hope and daughters, of Portsmouth, leave this week for the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs. MiSscs Virginia oiid Mary Jordan, of Suffolk, spent lasi week With their cousin, Mrs. White, al Virginia Beach. Miss Elizabeth Lander leaves |o : morrow for I'ietou, Nova Scotia, wlnSre j she will visit her relatives. Miss Lautier u ll t. in.tin in Canada until late in the fall. . . . Mr. A. M. Agelaido. Jr.. returned last I Wi ek froth a fishing trip in Wisconsin, and l.'"t Wednesday for the ma 1 Sweej Springs, where lie will spend the month of August. ? * a Mrs. Alexander Stock lind daughter' '?ft nil Thursday for Lake Chatauo.ua, i N. V. ? * ? j Mis* Tage Osh irhc, of Petersburg, is tii ? guest of Miss Mary VValke, on Vork 1 Ft reel. * a ? a Mrs. Sarah (itirley sp< nl several days its: week witii relatives in North Car . olina. ? ? ? Miss Julia firilllth, who has been lite guest of Mm, i: It. Hodges, in Client, lias returned to In ;? home in Baltimore. Miss Mary Floy kin. of Baltimore, who] h is been spending the month of July I with Mrs. Wickkant Taylor, at her eot ; l?ge hi Qceaii View, has return .1 home. ?.? Miss Mittle .! ?'.i:? ,i is vsiting h-r , cousin, Miss Elizabeth Johnston, at her cottage at Ocean View. a a a Miss Landen Walton returned front B in I on oh Wednesday and left Sat? urday tor the Sweet Chalybeate Springs. ... Miss Ifattlc Tilghinan and Mr. .1 I Touch Tilgltnian left Friday to spend ' th.^ month of August at the White Sul-4 ! phur. . . . Mrs. Frank Grandy and family Wt l.n-t Thursday tor the Warm Springs. Mr. John P. AVinn left last night for the Sweet Chalybeate Springs. ? ? ? Mrs. .1. M. Ressler nnd little daugh . :s arc \ Islting .it their old home in Jackson, Michigan. ? . ? * .Miss Rena Harrison, having com? pleted a vi*i: t.? Virginia B< ach, i--ft Tuesday for hi r li imo in Reesburg. ? ? ? Mr. anil Mrs. ft. Jacobs, of Richmond, who have been visiting Mrs. Jacobs' sister, Mrs. M. Ryan, of No. I2S Muri? ner street, will return to the Capitol ? 'ity thin ? vening. * ? Mr. Harry J. Ruttcr has returned af ; ter a ton days' trip to Baltimore. Mrs. S. n. Rhodes and Miss Grace Rhodes will leave thi* evening for Asheviile to bo gone two months. Miss lOthci l. Siachnry Is visiting friends In Wilmington, N. C. (Continued on Seventh Page.) uckeyo lowing Machine FOR 1H$M>. We claim it to be the h<--t Mower on the world's mnrkci rcgnrdless. of pr'cc. Rtiiunch, durable an<i littlit r.f draft. Great numbers ore sold hero annually and thcro nro moro Buck eye? in use i:i the two count if s than of all other makes combined. This house has M?ld tho Buckeye exclu? sively for about twenty years. 1 ? ><i buyers aro new buyers. These fans should Induce you to use th>? Buck? eye. \V?> Invite examination and wtil >:l.iJly show i;.s workings. Steel Hay Rakes Self Hump nnd Hand Dump, solid steel axles, steel wheels, Ruarantced to stand?strong nnd durable?hoy can operate either Btyle?prices down low?iron and stool have advanced in cost nearly W per cent., and Mowers ?n?l Rakes will surely be hbrhcr iii j>r:rp n?-xt season. Bny n Buckcy* itiis year and tak4 no chances. Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies. IVIcD. L. WRENN. President MOTT'S GF.O. B. TODD, Manager. E. C. GUNTI1ER, Treasure lOYAL PILL They overcome Weak> ncss, irregularity und omission-., increase vip?. or and banish "paina of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?lifo becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY 31A IL. Sold by druggists. DK. MOTT'S Oil KM U AL. CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Sold b? BURROW, MARTIN & CO .