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watt, rettew & clay. | Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. n.; Saturdays, 10. I watt, rettew & clay. WATT. RETTEW 4V CLAY. The ** W. R. & C." Cotton at sc. a Yard. This fine, unbleached yard-wide cotton we have made to our order under our own stamp, "W. R. & C." It is of very fine texture, closely woven, and it washes beautifully. You can't buy its equal anywhere under 6%c. We price it 5c. A YARD. If you want a full bolt, or more, we ask only 4'/;C. a yard for it. Splendid Bleached Sheets ? hemmed ready for use?size 63x90 Inches? Si'.-e. each. Unbleached Sheets ? heavy, round thread cotton?sizo SlxttO Inches?I2e. each. Tho famous "D. G. u." Bleached Sheets?size 90x90 Inches?no better sheets made?50c. each. Extra Quality Hemstitched Bleached Sheets ? size 90x1)0 Inches?B2'/4c. each. "Dewey" Pillow- Cases?tape border? size 45x36 inches?Kta. each. Tho well known Utlea Billow Cases? Rlze 45x36 Inches?1214c. each. (Hem.stltched Pillow Cases?tine soft . cotton ? -size. 43x36 inches?1214c. each. Extra size rillow Cases?54 x 36 Inches? 16'.4c each. Bolster Cases?12x72 Inches?25c. each. Hemstitched. 3.V. each PEHOA1.BS-The 10c. grade. 1 yard wide?5c. a yard. Muslin Underwear offerings of a tempting nature. There's an individuality about the Muslin Underwear we show. It is entirely different from the hurriedly-thrown-together sorts with which this city is flooded. Each garment is fashioned after perfect fitting models?cut full?allow? ing ample room to move about in. Read below of the tempting values which we shall oiler to-morrow: More Handsome Plaids for Circular Skirts. Quite a number of new Cheviot plaids have come to us during the past few days--big fellows, with plenty of style to them. A piece of solid gray mixture came with the plaids--a beauty. These stylish cheviots measure full 5S inches wide--2>2 yards r.re enough for a skirt. Price $1 A YARD. We will be pleased to show them to you, whether you desire to pur? chase or not. See (hem. Sale of Laces and Embroideries. Splendid imitation Torchon Lacs? 1 to 4 inches wide?8, 10 and 12><c. grades, to go at 5c. a yard. Pretty Val. I-ae?s?15e. Instead of 19c. ji dosen yards. Regular 3714c. and Hoc. Val. Laces?in? sertions to match?to pro at 23c. a dozen yards. Pretty Swiss Embroideries?6 to s Inches wide?the 12',ic., 15c. and 17c. grades, to so at 10e. a yard. Cambric Embroideries?114 to i inches wide?7 and Sc. grades, to go at 5c. a yard. Heavy, open-work Cambric Embrolde | I lies?showy patterns ? tho 1214c. grade, to ko at lOc. a yard. ?'Norfolk" Spoons. We've a very attractive sterling silver souvenir spoon. The word "Norfolk" is daintily engraved in the gold lined bowl. The handle bears the Seal of Vir? ginia?"Sic Semper Tyraimis." The word "Virginia" appears on the stem. $1.25 EACH. Corset Talk. Of course, it's regarding the "Amer? ican Lady" Corset. Couldn't talk of better corsets if we'd try. There are none better. You can pay as much for a corset as you wish?up (o ten or twelve dol? lars?but you can't buy a more com? fortable or better fitting corset than the "American Lady" at any price. "American Lady" corsets--four styles-Si a pair. Five splendid styles of Qowns at 50c. each, made of ;;oo<l cotton, cut full ?trimmed with ? embroidery and lace. Fine Cambric Kreuch Gowns?3 styles ?embroidery and luce trimmed? regular 75c. vuluo at 59c. each. Four styles of downs at 7'.'e. each. Beautifully trimmed with embroid? ery?worth |L Regular 11.25 downs at $1 each?I styles?cotton and cambric. ReKular $1.75 Gowns at $1.19 each?6 styles ? cotton and cambric?lace andemhrnidery trimmed. Fine Cambric Qowns?regular $3.50 quality?rich laco trimmings?$2.25 each. Very dainty Midi Gowns?tho $3.75 quality?richly trimmed with lace? $2.75 each. Four styles of Skirts at 50e. each, made of best COttOlt, umbrella ruftle, with (lust rullle, lace trim? med, full 314 yards around. Splendid Cotton Skirts ;n 7.V each umbrella rufllo with deep embroid? ery. Umbrella. Skirts with flnunc? of de-op embroidery and dust ruffle, $t>c. each. Another stylo at this price Is trimmed with l'oint de Paris lace. Belter grades of Skirts at $1. $2. $2.69 and $3 each. Chemise made of good cotton?corded band?25c. each. Fine Cambrlo Chemise, w'.th corded band?29c, each. Skirt Chemise?made of tine Cambric ?rufll" and tucks at bottom?laco around neck and glecves?SOc. ?ach. Very excellent Chemise, of line Cam? bric, at 75c. each. Lawn and Cambric Chemises at 89c. each. Have embroidery and lace top and bottom. Fine Lawn Chemise, with Point de Paris lace at top and bottom?41 ?ach. Better grades of Chemises -it $1.25, $1.39 ami $1.50 each. Well made Cotton Corset Covers? felled seams?10c. .ach. Of Kood Cambric at 1214c. each. French Corset Covers?Val. lace?25c. each. Cambric Corset Covers?lace and In? sertion?39c. each. Cambric Corset Covers?handsome em? broidery- >,?. . iti h. Cambric. Corset Cover??fine lace?60c. each. Fine Mull Corsel Covers?lace and cm broldi ry -75c. each. Very fine Cambric Corset Covers?full front with Val Insertion v.it. edge around neck and sleeves?S9c. each. Drawers of t;'>ed cottc ? hem und lucks--I.V. a pair. 3 stybs of Drawers it ?5c.?hem? stitched umbrella ruflle; lace ti mi? med; embro'.dery trimmed Fine Cambric Drawer* In/to trimmed? 39e. a pair. Of good cotton, em? broidery trimmed, til sa ine pin e. Very lino Cambric Drawers with devp flounce of embroidery i pair, Another style, laco trimmed, at same price. A Clearance Sale . ood Shirt Waists. This has been the greatest Shirt Waist season in our history. We've given better val? ues and handsomer styles, at lower prices, than during auv previous season. We have only a few left?the assortments are broken?there is not every size of each style?we slnll sell these quickly at the following ridiculously little prices: Our 20 and 3oc. Shirt Waists, 15c. Our $1 Shirt Waists, 39c. , Our 5O and 69c. Shirt Waists, 29c. Our $1.25 and $1.50 Shirtwaists, 59c. learance Sale of Colored Silk Waists. Our $5 and $5.50 Colored Silk Waists, $4. Our $8 Colored Silk Waists, $6. Our $7^0 Colored Silk Waists. $5. Our $10 Silk Waists, $7. A Clearance Sale of Boys' Wash Suits and Pants. A It handful of good items, will pay you to read them. We tell of A LOT OF REMNANTS OF TABLE LINEN'S TO GO AT LITTLE PRICES. These remnants arc all good, usable lengths- ends of our very sellers?left from the past week's selling. How many can you use? JCSt Our Boys' $i.50 Wash Suits, 50c. Our Boys' 75c. Wash Suits, 25c. Our Boys' $1 Wash Suits, 37' >c. Our Boys' 25c. Wash Pants, la)^c. A Clearance Sale of Boys' Pleated Suits. Our Boys' $2 Pleated Suits, $1.25. Our Boys' $3 Pleated Suits, $2,25. Our Boys' $1.39 and $1.50 Pleated Suits $1. Children's 5OC. Double V Waists, i2lAc. A Clearance Sale of Bathing Suits. Ladies' $2 Bathing Suits, $i.50. Ladies' $3.25 Bathing Suits, $2.75. Men's $1.75 Bathing Suits, 75c. Ladies' $2.5o Bathing Suits, $2. Ladies' $4 Bathing Suits, $3 Men's $2.5o Bathing Suits, $1.50. White Dotted Rwlss?slightly soiled? 32 Inches wide-^-regular 25c, 37c and 50c. grades to n? at 1214c. a yard. Our regular Sc. White P. K.?wide, m- 'Hum and narrow cords?to ?;o at 17c. a yard, 5 to ]u-yaid lengths of regular 2.v. Pine White Ind a Linen?to go at 1214c. a yard. Our regular 50c. grade of Turkey Bed Damask, to so at 3714c. a yard. The yard 14e, grade to i;n at 2"i An exceptionally good quality of red and blue woven Check Glass Tow? elling?smooth even weave -beauti? fully finished.' The Se. grade Li fto in Be. n yard. Regular I5e. unite Apronettcs to po at 1214c. a yard. The 12'.i0. grade to ko at 10c. Men's handsome fall Neckwear ?the very newest shapes, 25c. New Draperies. Handsome, extra weight, double faced Draperies?alike on both sides ?in very rich Bagdad, Hungarian and Turkish designs?beautiful color combinations?36 inches wide? 25c. A YARD. The finest French and American Toilet Preparations at small cost. Norfolk has never had such a wonderful display of find toilet soaps, ex? tracts, face powders and toilet powders as is now shown in one of our Wain street windows. We think this one window contains more ^oods of This sort than is contained in any other store's entire stock. See the little prices we ask tor these exquisite preparations:? Roger Qallet'a Finest Extracts? Vera Vlolottr.Peail de Espugne. anil Carnation??14c an ounce. Violette and Widle Rose, B8c. an ounce. Vi? olette de Panne, ?tie. an ounce. Boner & Gallet's \':olot. Carnation, Sandal Wood and liose Toilet Soap 23c. a cake: (214c. it box. Roger Galtet'? Vloletic Sachet Pow? der, 10c. a package. Hoger & Gallet's Violette do Barme Tolh t Soap?15c. a cake; $1.35 a box. Roger fi- Gallet's Violette Ambree Pace Powder $1 a box, Roger A Gallet's Poudro de rtiz- Vera Vloletta?Face Powder? $1 a box. BoKer ?t Gallet's Poudro do Ills?An thea, Peau d'Eipagnc?Face row der?t">9e. a liox. Roger & Gallet's Pouilre de Biz?Vio? let te do Panne?Pace Powder?15c. a box. Rotter .fc Gallet's Violett?- and lletjo trope Blanc Toilet Powder, 19c. a package. Roger .V- Gallet's Eau de. Quinine? small size, 17c. a buttle; large s.ze, 95c. a bottle. Roger <fc Qallet'S Violette de. Parme Toilet Water?S5c. a bottle. Vera Vloletta 'IVillet Water. $1 a bottle. J'eau d'Espagne Toilet Water. $1 a bottle. JjC Grand's Orlza Violettes du Czar Extract?69c, an ounce. "4711" Bhlno Violets ? 75c. for an ounce-and-i-hal( bot tie. Colgate-* Extracts?Italian violets. White Rose. Violet to. Heliotrope. White Violet and Jockey Club?25c. an ounre. Colgate's Sachet Powder?Sc. a pack? age. Colgate's Dental Powder?17c, a bottle. Colgate's Turkish P.ath and Palm Soap ?5c. a cake?l> for 25c. Colgate's Dermal Skin Soap?25c. a box or 3 cakes. Colgate's Bay rtum Koap?25c. a box of 3 cakes. Colgate's "English Process" Soap?10c. cake?3 for 25c. Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet soap?2-ie. a cake; small size. IV. a cake. Colgate's Vloris Soap?17a. a cake; small size. Be. a cake. Colgate's Guest ltoom Soap?1214c a Colt rate's violet. Caprice. Lavender ? ml Cashmere Ituiupiet Toilet Water?2.".. and 75c. a buttle. Colgate's Shampoo Mixture?25c. a bottle. Mention's Talcum Powder?3 boxes for ]^nne bars of Crystal Glycerine Soaj?? Cine Extracts? 50c.an ounce Cold Cream, for sunburn? Butterick Patterns are the best. Hundreds, yes, THOUSANDS of Norfolk women say so -and thev The new fall neckwear is here., The half-dollar ties are shown in great ' know, assortment, but it's the lower priced ties that we want to tell of to-day. The Butterick fashions are always This is the greatest value we have ever offered. Elegant silks made up ' ? month or two ahead of all others, into the new Prince of W ales clubs, pulls, four-in-hands and tecks. You don't have to wait till a style be We price them 25c each. ; comes " out-ot-date" before it is shown in the Butterick publications. Butterick patterns cost a little more than the common sorts but, THEY ARE WORTH IT! The September books and sheets arc ready. Take a look at them. The famous "Cantab" end Suspenders ?handsome webs?25c. a pair. The celebrated "Chester" 'Suspenders? patent roller end.---the suspender ih t Is advortlsod so extensively in tho magazine* BOc. a pair. Men's Ltslo Carters?all colors?lOo. a pair. Men's Silk Carters?all colors?17e. a y.iir. Men'-= Fancy Stripe Black Sox?25c. a pair. Men's Plain I.lsle Thread Black and Tan Sox?25c. a pair. Men s WhltO Sole Black SOX?3 pair for .Vic. Men's Unlnundcred White Shirts?linen bosonu double buk and front equal to the best .'>iV. sh'.rts in Nor? folk?39c. each. This of Alen's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs. Here are four extraordinary value. Would like to have you see them. Men's pure-linen hemstitched Hand? kerchiefs?extra quality ilnen??oft finish, ready for use. Regular 19c. grado, nt 12140. each; 2 for 25c. Men's pure linen hemstitched Hand? kerchiefs. The 25c. trade, at 3 for 50c. Men's pure linen hotnstltehod Hand? kerchiefs. The ;;.!;.? grade, at 25c. each, Men's pure linen hemstitched Hand? kerchiefs ? extra size. Tho 60c. grade, 3714c, each; 3 for $1. Concerning some splendid Umhrcllas. En si man's K.i.- I man's lOo. Kastmaii's Sachet Powrter~10c. bottle. Eastman's Crushed Itoso and Violet Toilet Water? 25c. n bottle. Eastman's Best Florida Water?10c. a bottle. Parker's Tar Soap? 15c. a e.ike. Cuticura Soap?17c. a cake. Pear's Unsceiitcd Soap. 1214c. a cake; scented, 15c. a cake. Armour's "Brown Windsor"?l-ounc. cakes -Sc. a cake. Armour's "Blder Flower" ? 4-ounco cakes-5c. a cake. Armour's "Carbolic"?a pure antiseptic soap?Sc. a c.ike. Armour's "Clover Blossom"?the larg? est cake of pure milled soap on the market?5c. a cake. Armour's "Venetian Rose" ? highly perfumed?3 cakes In a box. for 25c. Armour's "Flour de LIs"?equal to tine French Soap?3 cakes In a box for Armour's "Venetian Vlolettn" ? the perfect odor of the flower?3 cakes In a box for 25n, Armour's "Violett" de Nice"?equal to tho best you have paid l"c. a cake for?3 cakes In a box for 10.-. Regular $1.75 Taffeta Gloria Umbrellas ?close roll ? steel rod ? paragon framo?natural and Congo handles -$i each. Ladles' Changeablo Silk Umbrellas? pure silk nreen, blue, garnet and purple?rich Princess and Dresden handles?silk caso and tassel?regu? lar $3 umbrellas, at $2 each. Men's 2S-lnch Taffeta Gloria Umbrel? las close roll -lock par.icon frame ?natural handles?12 quality, at $1.60 each. Men's Pur? Silk close Boll Umbrellas ?$2. (3 and $3.50 each. Theso are very exe? llcnt qualities. Pretty things for home adornment, at very little prices. Here are some quite excellent bargains in fancy bits of various sorts. 20c. ALL-LINEN TRAY COVERS, 12':-c. EACH. These cloths are every thread linen -they measure iS.\27 inches?have fringe all around. Instead of 20c ?that's what they are worth?we price Clearance Sa'e of Hammocks. Every Hammock in this store is to be sold quickly. Our 60c. Hammocks, now 4>c Our SI Hammocks, now 7^c. Our Si.2> Hammocks, now S7';c. Our $1.75 Hammocks, now Si.2 5. Our ^."I.tO Hammocks, now ?1.75. Our M Hammocks, now :">2. them l: eat h. Hemstitched Damask Tray Cloths?18x 27 inches ? splendid quality?3714c. each. Regular re-. Double Satin Damask Hemstitched Tray Cloths ? 18x27 Inches?37U-e. each. Heavy Silk Tapestry.Cushion Tops?: 2i\'_'i Inches 'ich Mosaic designs all colors?6214c: cai h. Pillow Covers- tops and bottoms?col? ored floral designs?SOc. for a top and bottom. A] pllqued Laundry Bags f hi it Galati a cloth? uII Hand.-- .in ?mad. co!.ii s-.".ile. ? licll. Prettily Stamped White Laundry Bags - 25c. each. Lambrequins of Rilkollne and tinsel drapery- full lengths -I5c, 50c., 75c. $1 and $1,25 c tell. White S:ik l..!i|bre.iu:ni? field em? broidery ? Japanese designs-$1.75, $2, }3 on up to f"> each. Real Celtic Linen Correspondence Paper. This genuine Celtic Linen is /equal to the very best linen paper offered by any Norfolk store at I ^c. a pound. It is pure Irish Linen ruled or plain. We price it 10c. A POUND. Envelopes to match. Ac. a package. fiOO-pn.ce Pencil Tablet.-? 5c. each. 150-page Ink Tab!ets?5c. each. 100-page Ink Tablets ? cream wove) paper?note or letter size?'-cc. each. lOO-p-iRe- Olde Parchment Bond Tablets ?blue only iOc, each. Envelopes io match, IOc. a package. Crushed Vellum Writing Paper- blue and cream?any Bite- IV. a pound. Envelopes to mat. h, v. a package. The much advertised and praised "Star" brand writing paper?crcain wove?octavo or commercial slxe?? ii\\ a pound. Envelopes to match. 2c. u pack ige. FRATERNITY NOTES Elks Next District Deputy to Be Chosen From Norfolk. Meacly Grow 111 of Iii? Jr. O. V. A. IU., In Virginia? I.nrgo Cln?s ol (lie It. A,--lied BIca Stffi - Oilier Note.?. Blackhawk Tribe's team, T. O. R. M-, Is now rehearsing the; amplified work which will be exemplified on a, class of twenty palefaces at the tirst council Bleep in corn moon. The great Council of the United States. I. O. R. M., meets In Washing? ton. D. C-. 11th of next moon, when the committee on new ritual will pro? bably report. The Virginia delegation will have four delegates from Norfolk. .? .. Modest la Lodge, of Ponce, Porto Rico, has petitioned the Grand Irrige of Ken? tucky for a dispensation to organize a lodge on the American system. The petition is signed by seventeen Master Masons, including the officers: seven fellowcraft and oIghtccn entered ap? prentices. The petition l>as been taken Wyandotte Tribe. I. O. R. M.. will have degree work next council sleep. The new chiefs of this tribe are very enthusiastic and tho result of their efforts is evidenced by the splendid condition of the tribe, under advisement for further incuiry. The Masonry in Porto Rico is regular. ?? ?? Orinoca Tribe of Rrambleton has elected several palefaces lately Norfolk Lodse of Klks Is the largest Elk Lodge in tho Southern territory. Grand Exalted Ruler Allen, upon his re? cent visit to this vicinity, made n promise that the district deputy for Vir? ginia should be selected from among the oast exalted rulers of Norfolk Lodso. Ideal Council, Jr. O. 1". A- M., now eighteen months in existence, has c n ferred the decree on ono or more can? didates at every regular meeting since it was organized. Tidewater Council No- 1S02. R. A., will exemplify the mysteries of tho Royal Secret on a large class of candidates Monday night. Elizabeth Camp No. 3. W. O. W., had a large and enthusiastic meeting last Tuesday night. The Jr. O. U. A. 2X. is the boon order of Virginia. The Grand Lodge officers confldt ntly expects the reports t > show a membership <>f over ten thousand at tho meeting of tlio State Council, which will be held in October next. Since '.he organization of the firs! Odd Fellows' Lodge In Amcrl< a. In 1M!>. the onler has relieved 2,400,207 members and families in the sum of $79,000,000, Last year over $3,000,000 was thus expended. ?? ?? V? Tho ronorts from the tribes In Vir? ginia, as received by Great Chief of Re? cords Holt, fhnv that tho order has made a decided Increase In the past threo moons. Several new tribes are being organized in various pai ts of tie Stato. Benefit certificates since August 1st. in the Royal Arcanum, have b ? n Issued In amounts of $i 000, $2,000 and $3,000 a year. Instead of Jl.?"?'"? and |::,tvrt. as heretofore. <~>n May 5 Rio. E. A. Kelley, deputy grand sire, instituted the sei nd lodge in Alaska. Silver Bow Lodge No. -. Juneau. On the following day. at Douglass island, he Instituted Aurora Encampment No. 1. Tho lodge has twenty-eight members and the encamp? ment nineteen members. Bro Kell? y says: "If yon want to sec Odd Fel? lowship practiced ns it ought t > be. y.>u want to iro to Alaska. All the lending men In Juneau and Douglass Island ar? enthusiastic members <?( th order. All the loading men in Uw Treadivell m;no nnd r,ll the bosses nnd superintendents are Odd Follows, nnd they do all In thfii power to help the lodge and mem bcrshlp nl >ng, and I believe you will I Und that our order will make greater strides in Alaska than anywhere else on ilic continent." AMUSEMENTS. The Al. O. Field Creator Minstrels arc announced for tho opening per? formance of the season. Tho company that Is announ :ed Seems to bo one of unusual excellence. The company is headed by the famed Faust Family of artistic acrobats In an aet entirely new. Is which they Introduce living ri presi ntatl?ns of ancient and modern sta tuary. Everhart. the Jongleur, who does pr> many expert things with his wonder? ful hands, da another big feature. Harry Shtink, Tommy Donnelly, Jake Welby, George Klngsbury, Doc. Qulg Icy nnd Al. <;. Field, take care of the comedy portion of the bill. Then there is splendid corps of singers, an ne tette of soloists, including Harry Shel? don, John IV. Norton, John Dickens, Reese Prosser, Thomas Crocket;. Gco. Hassell. George P. Marshall. K. F. Snell and a choir of boy voices. Hyde and Falrmah head the dancing conl ngent. Welby, Pearl, Mays nnd Master Carroll; the Amerie?.n novelty dancers, and Klngsbury nnd Greys, the > c?nll of musical r.araerlv. the Nottrla script Trio, throe athletic young men who are the tallest kickers known. The spct taculnr first part, entitled "A Night in th>- Park," is a thing of beau? ty. The entiie stntgc Is set with special scenery representing the garden of the Tullerlcs, Paris. France. All the ar? bors, nooks and avenues are truthfully portrayed. Paris Is a ten in the dis? tance. The picture is Illuminated by live hundred electric lights, u Is claim? ed the first part setting of the AI. G. Field Greater Minstrels Is the most ex? pensive set of stage scenery ever used. DO YOU KNOW MHRT ? RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES We have ail kinds tn stock, and mad? cf Lest materials. WiUI^VED K. BROWN. ua Mala nr.oL The Monticello Corner. SPECIAL TO OUR PATRONS AND TUP PUBLIC. Pending the alterations and Improve* meats now In progress to the Interior of our store, we beg year Indulgence (or any Inconvenience to which you may bo sub? jected In shopping with us. Promising there will be no lack of effort on the part of each and every a llesman to servo you In the very liest manner, as heretofore. We confidently bespeak that you wilt be amply rewarded la consequence of ths extremely low prices which prevail with us this week. Lawns, Dimities, Parasols and Shirt Waists AT HALF PRICES THIS WEEK TQ CI.OSR OUT