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Washington. D. C, Nov. 14, 1200.
Forecast for Thursday and Friday:
For Virginia-?Fair; continued cold
Thursday; Friday winds mostly light
For North Carolina?Fair Thursday
and Friday; variable winds, mostly
Norfolk and Vicinity.
Fair and cold; fresh west win "3.
November i Ith, l'.'OO.
Maximum temperature . f>3
Minimum temperature . 44
Normal temperature . 51
Departure from normal .minus 3
Departure from normal since.Jan?
uary 1st .plus 474
Rainfall In past 21 hours. 0
Rainfall since first of month.2.0!)
Mean relative humidity . 76
Sun rises at 6:44 a. m. and sets at
4:50 p. in.
High water nt 4:0? o. in. and 1:25 p.
m. Low water at 10:16 n. m. and i?:Jl
If prepared at our brewery and Is guar?
anteed unequalcd in quality, purity and
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASB'N
Sold by ml druggists.
W* RR ? i. ??tick.
CHILES:?The funeral of Mrs. Dr. L.
It. CHILES will take place from Park
Avenue Baptist Church THIS (Thursday)
AFTBHNtJON, 15th. Novetnher at ;: P. M.
Friends of family Invited t? attend. *
REVOLUTIONS of KKSPECT.
At a meeting of Brambletnn Lodge No.
C?',, Knights of Pythias, the following pre?
amble and resolutions were adopted and
ordered to bo spread on the minutes.
Whereas. Our Heavenly Bather has
seen lit to remove from our midst our
dearly beloved and respected brother,
FELIX L. HOLDSMITII,' and In Ills di?
vine wisdom lias called him to eternal
w hereas. Ills memory 1* enshrined in
our h< arts, not only us a brother well
beloved for his personal qualities and
mil r< mo character of mann.I, hut also
as an officer of our Order, ever faithful
In servnnco of all duties his office Itn
I i scd Upon lllm, liiere fere Ixi it
Resolved, Thai this lodge have printed
in the dally papers a copy of these reso?
lutions and drape Its altar for thirty
days :n token of IPs berenvernont; and be
L fin t her
Itcsolvcd, That we declare vacant the
01 '? ?? of Prelate for thirty days In token
01 ;?? pect to the memory of oar departed j
th i who occupied this chair la a ]
ii I creditable and pralsoworthy man- ,
in t ; be It fartb -r
Resolved, That these resolutions be en- !
k t) Kcd and COIISplCUOUSly placed In the j
lodge local in order that all ear brother
eh may constantly remember how zeal
DUEly and faithful our departed brother
ci httrged the duties of his office.
I! ? iced. That a copy of these, res?lu- i
thins bo handed to his widow; end bo it
11 Bolved, That wo ti nder to his widow
and family our heartfelt sympathy and
the assurance Hint her loss is ours as
well, and while we mourn with her our I
sorrow snail always iuIurIc wlih the
many kind and noble acts as well as his ,
cohunendate traits of character engraved
upon our memory.
JULIAN ROTHSCHILD, M. W. i
W. A. WICKHOUSB, K. of It. & S
B. W. SPANN, C. C.
You nie invited to personally
rxnnilne our assortment of Mnr
bla und Granite Memorials?th?
largest rotiill stock in the South.
If llnflbl* to colli Wille for f.
?ill llluiitr'stcd Catntogue, VVe guaran.
Lv?fv lee :,nfn delivery "f shipment and
I B pay ih<? irriirht.
' -^Tlie Couper Marblo Works
S- 'Established :S?8.
Ifta , nil i,.ink al Norfolk Vs.
Office of ihd Ghoht Company. )
No. 230 Main St., Norfolk: Va. )
October lath, 1000. )
AGENERAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of THE GHENT COM?
PANY will he held a I tin office of the
Company. No. 230 Main street, Norfolk.
Vit., on THURSDAY, the 22d day of No
vcml ir, 1000, at 1 P. M.. the said mooting
bcli ? upon the call ol stockholders hold
?>i-r together one-tenth of the capital
itoek. J. M. WIRGMAN,
?C2I ood-tdm Secretary.
rp'il'B ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
t stockholders of The Pocomoke Guano
Company will i>o hold nl kite office of the
.-. inpiinv, rooms IB4 and G2G Citizens'
P.i nk liiilldliig. Norfolk. VS., on WED?
NESDAY, DECEMBER Mil. 1900. at 4
I' S. M. LLOYD,
a..--Jw. Secretary and Treasurer
rpHK AVNl'AL MEETING OP THE
i Stockholders of the ALBEMARLE
.v CHESAPEAKE CANAL COMPAN1
v.ill he hi hi ai the office of the cairtpany,
in Norfolk,Va.. en Thursday, November
15th, WOO. at 12 o'clock M.
1). S. BURWELL, Sec'y
h 1 im 1! evi s.
Sat--Mat. & Night.
Mathcws tl Bulger
in their new musical comedy
THE N G H T O F T H E FO U R T H
Prle.es?26c and $1.00. Matinee?50c.
nol6-3t _ _
FRIDAY NIGHT.'NOV. 16.
Under the Auspices Columbia Conclave,
No. 7, Hoptasophs, s. w. m.
The follqwlng perrons will be the par?
McGrnth, Kerns, Jacobs and John W.
COM MED! ANS.
L. E. Thomas, W. 11. Gregory, Abe
Moses and L. F. I? ilby.
BPEl IIA LTIES,
T. B. Brockctt, professor lt. L. Spatne,
L. T. LcBord and John P. Gregory.
"BARTON'S AUDITORIUM THEATRE.
J. M. Barton. Prop. W. If. Tillehart, Mgr.
The onlv First-claSs Vaudeville Thea?
tre In Norfolk. New features every
Week, playing nil Plrst-claSs Vaudeville.
Acts. Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Admission.IB, 25 and 50c
Luvar Sisters, Singing and Dancing
Soubrcttcs. Ivy and Mack, Musical Com
? dlaiis and 20 others. sei7-l>
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
SOuIHTRN SHORTHAND aril BUSINESS UNIVERSITY
Regular Fall and Winter TcrmNr* in Session.
Every young man and woman who can
Blanches Taught?Bookkeeping, Mathe?
matics, , Penmanship, Correspondence
Shorthand, Typewriting. Telegraphy ami
Instruction largely Individual.
Fur particulars call, phono or write to
J. M RESSLER, Prcsldcn
Phone (new) lot*.
iHow They Talked How They Voted
Members of Councils. \jp to the Meeting, at the Meeting.
J. Frank East .For Amendment .. Again't Amen'm'nt
Edward Camp .do. do. do. do.
\V:n. M. Hannan . do. do. do. do.
A. Stahl . do. do. do. do.
A. C. Walker . do. do. do. do*.
ti. Wi Wliltehurst .do.*- do. do. do.
F. T. Wise .do. do. do. do.
T. M. Cashln . do. do. do. do.
C. H. Consolvo . do. do. do. do.
F. Jacobs . do. ? do. do. do.
E. S. Joynes . do. do. do. do.
J. J. O'Keefe . do. do. do. do.
Besides the names of these persons of fluent convictions above given, the.
following members of City Councils voted to put the i eople of this > Uy at the
mercy of a Liell Tolophono Monopoly, to besmirch the good name of this city
by repudiating Its contract, and to impair Its reputation for fair dealing by
Illegally favoring one private corporation against the interest of the citizens
N. Beamtin. TV. H. Mayo.
W. R. Johnson, R; F. Forest.
J. V. Kiernon, -, Win. Pannill,
B. A. Uhderdown, W. P. Oberndorfer.
Members Absent from the meeting OF COUNCILS ON THE STH INST.:
A. M. Cousins. E. L. Mayor,
Fred fircenwood, J. W. Cashln.
ST. VINCENT'S FAIR.
Was Opon-2'i Last Evening Under
Most Auspicious Circumstances.
Tlu> I too m lluiuitlflcil mill Made ?<? Reiieni
ble n Perfect Fairy l.uml TI?o l.atly
Manager* Much Encouraged l>.> Ihn Mb
rnil I'ntfoiiage Bestowed-'on the Pair
The fair for the benefit of St. Yin- !
cent's Hospital opened last evening un
iler most auspicious circumstances in
iho spacious stores formerly occupied
by Miller, Rhoaus & Co., in the Low
enbcre building, Main street.
If the opening attendance Is any cri?
terion then the success of the venture
is already assured. The pretty women
In charge of the various booths proved
a drawing attraction, and the shekels
Jingled merrily as they went Into the
. offers' of the fund for this most wor?
thy Obj< et.
Varl-colorcd flags were gracefully
festooned, so that the interior of the
plate resembled a perfect fairyland.
The lee cream parlor, lunch room,
cigar stand, fancy stand: in fact, every
department was liberally patronized,
and the managers are highly encour?
aged at the success of the initial night.
There Will bo several entertainments
during the progress of the fair, the
participants being well-known local
and out-of-town talent.
The talr will continue each night un?
til further notice.
ELKS' LCJDCa OF FORROW
IMPRESSIVE PROGRAM FOR
FIRST SUNDAY IN DECEMBER.
The committee of Norfolk Lodge of
Elks, who has in hand the program
for the' annual Lodge of Sorrow to be
hold at tin- Academy of Music, Sun?
day; December 2d, is working hard ami
an excellent musical program Is being
arranged. Several of Norfolk's male
and fonial.- vocalists have contributed
their services ami the orator of the oc?
casion will he Rev. Or. Edward N. C'a
lischi or Belli Ahaba Synagogue,
Richmond, who ihhs the reputation of
being one of the most lluent orators in
the South, 't'he memorial service Is
both solemn and impressive. Light's
representing the deceased members are
arranged on the stage and as en< li
name I-, called (he light Is extinguish?
ed; The music lor the occasion will be
furnished by a special orchestra.
MAP OF TI-iE CITY
MR; W. II. TAYLOR IS MAKING A
CHART OF ALL Till-: \\ ARDS.
Mr. W. II. Taylor; assistant City En?
gineer, |a making a map of the city,
'.'lie size of tiiis map is 5 by 8 feet, and
it Is to cinbi "',. the- wlioe; city. There .
a re ibdall fi laps 17! iW- various di- !
Visions of the city. These are'for the j
four old wards and a map each for j
Brnmblelon Ward and Atlantic i'ity
Word. These maps are all drawn on I
different scales, so that they cannot;
be :>ni together. They would not lit.
Hence in Order to have a map of the
Wdiole city these various ward maps
have b-an reduced to a scale or 1-2000
so as to be combined in one map. if
enlarged 2,000 limes, the dimensions of
this map will show precisely the dis?
tances and the areas of the city, streets
and lots: that Is, tho original.
The map of tb.is uniform scale will
require about a month or more to
finish, but When complete it will bo of
great servl (6 real estate dealers and
city olllcials. It shows one conspicuous
fault i>r the city, which the City Coun?
cils might wed consider, that is the
duplication of the names of streets.
So far as the map has been completed
it is an excellent piece of work, equal?
ly accurate and distinctly drawn.
A HI O H C O Nl P L! (VI E N T.
A. NORFOLK BOY WELL RECOG?
Word has been received hero to tho
effect that Dr. Trlganl Burrow has
been appointed to a membership in the
volunteer staff of Dr. Von Wlnckle's.
Hospital, connected with the Royal
University of Munich. Germany.
Dr. Burrow is a young Korfolkian,
being the son of the lato .lohn \V.
Burrow. He took an A. B. decree at
Ford hum College In 1SJH. and was de?
clared to be a Doctor of Medicine by
tho University of Virginia in i$09.
Having received this last degree, Of.
Burrow went abroad for tho purpose
of securing additional knowledge in his
profession, and bis appointment to
the above named position by one of
the foremost physicians of- the Gor?
man nation is quite a compliment, not
only So himself, but to his homo and
his alma mater.
3onofit Qnoon Street !YI- E- Church
There wdll be a grand display of ster
eoptlcon views, consisting of Passion
play and war scenes, in lecture-room ?f
church on Friday, November 16th, at
s o'clock p. m.
High grade underwear' and hosiery.
RUDOLPIU & WALLACE,
ZZi Main Street.
(Spectal to Virginlan-Pllot.)
Fredericksburg, Vn,, Nov. 14.?Mr.
Josf|.h Stanley Trice, of Norfolk, and |
Miss Bessie May Freeman; daughter of
Mr. unit Mrs. George Freeman, Sr., of
this city, were married here to-day, at
9:30 a. m.i at tlie home <? uO brl lo's
parents, Rev. Dr. J. S. Dill officiating.
The bride entered the parlors, which
were beautifully decorated with chry?
santhemums, evergreens and potted
plants, leaning on ti-e arm of her
father, and was n-.ol by the groom and
best than, Mr. Cnthbert Trice, of Nor?
folk, brother of the groom.
Miss Addle Freeman, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and was at?
tired In silk mtille over rose silk, trln:
me l with applique lace.
The bride was beautifully and taste?
fully dressed in a gown of castor-col?
ored cloth, trimmed With applique vel?
vet, with tint and gloves to match.
After the ceremony the happy couple
left lure for an extended trip to N< w
York. Niagara Falls before going to
their future home in Norfolk, Last
night an elegant reception was given
for the bridal party at the home of the
bride. Delicious refreshments of every
description were spread before the
Resides numerous friends of this
city, others present were Misses
Blanche and Etta Clements, Addle
Freeman, Mrs. Wm. Freeman arid son.
of .Norfolk: Mrs. Linden Shepherd, of
Ricitmond, and Mrs. Jeter Kaufman, of
The groom Is the son Of Mr. and Mrs.
\V. 11. H. Trice, of Norfolk. He Is con?
nected with the real cslatc and In?
surance house of Trice & <'".. this ? ity.
Among those present r.t the wedding
was Mr. W. H. II Trice, of Norfolk,
father of the groom.
MOOr, B ?M CA w.
Miss Alice Leo Moore and Mr; James
p. McCaw were married yesterday
afternoon at Hid homo of the brides
i mother, No. I'D York sire t. Mrs.
j Charles Parker Breese, sister of the
bride, act, ! as matron of honor, and
Mr. Brook Taylor was best man. Tlte
parlor was tastefully decorated in pink
antl green, the color effect forming
:m artistic background to the bride's
tailor-made gown of brown cloth. The
matron of honor was gowned In white
liberty silk, and carried a graceful
bunch of pink carnations. The cere?
mony was performed by Dr. Edward
Mack, of tho First Presbyterian
Church, assisted by the Rev. C. 1 >.
Grammer, of Christ P. K. Chun h.
After thfc wedding a very templing
luncheon was Bcrvcd to a few friends
and relatives of the po'htracUng par?
ties. Among the guests from out of
town were Mr. and Mrs. Warner
Moore, dipt. W. II. Allison, Mr. and
Mrs. Mathew Glimore, Dr. J. P. Mc?
Caw, Mr. end Mrs. Horace Hawes,
Misses Annie and Mary E. Moore, Miss
Emily Addison. Miss Evelyn Gordon,
Miss Nate Meredith, Messrs. Thomas
end Lewis Rrandcr, Mr. Wm. Mayo,
Miss Tompkins, and Dr. and Mrs.
Dr: arid Mrs. McCaw loft for X''W
Vork. where I i- v. id remain a?Leji_
days. Iben k? to Ashevlllc, N. C, I o
,'ore returning home. The bride Is well
knowri in Norfolk social circles, where
her bright vivacious manner has al?
ways won her a welcome.
Mr. McCaw is connected with the
i'hesapeako Eine of steamers between
Norfolk and Baltimore.
? ? *
Mr. Williain Wade atoss and Miss
J Hattie Ncal Hutchinson were married
yesterday afternoon at :! o'clock.
The ceremony took place in the Park
Place Presbyteriari Church and was
performed by the pastor. Rev. George
W. Lnwson. The church was beauti?
fully dec orated With potted foliage
plants and w ith (lowers, the colors be?
ing white arid yellow. There was a
large crowd of friends and acquaint?
ances in the church, because of the
popularity and beauty of the bride.
The bride entered Hie arm upon the
arm of he r father. Mr. John S. Hut?
chinson. She was met at the altar by
the groom and his best man, Mr.
James 13. Mathews, of Baltimore. The
maid of honor was MISS Daisy Hutch?
inson, sister of the bride. The ushers
were Dr. C. A. Saunders and Mr.
George Davies, of Norfolk, and Messrs.
M. A. Reckon! and T. H. Bennett, of
Baltimore. The bridal march was
played by Mrs. Harry K. Wolcott, or?
ganist, and Miss Flora Durham, of
Tho bride vi >re a golng-away-tailor
made gown of brown broadcloth, with
hat and gloves to match. She carried
wb.iio chrysanthemums. The maid of
honor wore a gown of white organdie
over blue laffetn and a picture hat
with white ostrich tips. ' She carried
yellow chrysanthemums. The groom,
best man and ushers were all in Prince
Albert suits, the latter carrying their
The Wedding was followed by a re?
ception at the home of the bride's pa?
rents, corner of Twenty-eighth street
and Williams avenue, Park Place. Mr.
and Mrs. Moss left hero last night by
the Washir.irtoa steamer for a North?
ern tour. They will bo at home. No.
1131 West Lhrivale street, Baltimore,
after next week.
The groom is conrici ted with tho Bal?
timore and Ohio Railway ollices In
The bride is the beautiful daiiRhtor
of Mr. John S. Hutchinson. She is at?
tractive because she is Amiable and ac?
? ? ?
A beautiful chrysanthemum wedding
was celebrated at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Kley. No. H? Wood street, at "> o'clock
p. in. yesterday, when their pretty and
attractive daughter, Miss Gertrud?
Eley, pecairie the bride of Mr. William
Raymond Matthews, a popular young
driig;;lst of Norfolk.
Ther parlors were tastefully deco?
rated with palms, ferns and chrysan?
themums In honor of the event, and
there was quite a gathering of the mu?
tual friends of the contracting parties
to witness the nuptials.
The bride was costumed In a rich
modo tailor-made go-away gown, trim?
med in panne velvet, with gold lace
and tucked mousllno, and carried a
shower bouquet of Bride roses.
Miss Mary Lou Brickhouse tilled the
role as maid of honor. She was at?
tired In an elegant light blue silk
mittle over blue taffeta, trimmed In
lace and ribbon, and carried white
The gTObm and his best man. Mr.
Harry L. Matthews, a brother, wore
The marriage rite was performed by
P.ev. Dr. J. P. Harrett. of the Chris?
tian Memorial Temple, beneath an
arch formed of palms, the soft mel
iow light reflected from numerous
banquet lamps shedding a radiance
o'er the scene. As the bridal party en?
tered the parlors the wedding march
/from Lohengrin was skillfully exe?
cuted on a piano, the gift of the groom,
by Miss Jamie Cnrr, of Suffolk, a
cousin of I lie bride.
At the conclusion of the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Matthews left on the Bay
Line steamer for an extended bridal
tour North. They will be at home to
their friends at the residence of the
bride's parents after November 25th.
The bridal presents were numerous,
beautiful and of intrinsic value.
Among those who were hi attendance
from away were Rev. and Mrs. J. M.
Ha ihr jo. of Blllf?rc, N. t\. a brother
in-law and sister of the bride and Miss
Beale, of Courtland. Va.
Last evening at the residence, No.
109 Holt street. Mr. .and Mrs. 1'. B,
Levy celebrated their silver wedding
anniversary. The spa. lotis parlors
were crowded with friends of the host
and hostess, who came to pay their
respects and offer hearty congratula?
tions. The presents were both numer?
ous and costly. A choice musical pro?
gram was rendered, among the partici?
pants being Miss Blanoltc llecht, the
well-known vocalist, and Mr. Moe
Levy, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Levy, wdio
ns a reciter.has n Uno reputation. Mr,
and Mrs. Friedman, the aged parents
of Mrs. Levy, were also present, nnd
came In for a large share of the con?
gratulations. Mr. Levy was formerly
reader of Beth-El congregation nnd
more latterly connected with Ohef
Sholoni Temple, llrst as co-reader, now
as a member.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY AUXIL?
The Woman's Missionary Auxiliary
of the Norfolk Convocation met at St.
Paul's Church yesterday between the
hours of Hi and 4. There was a large
number of delegates from Newport
News. Wiillanisburg, Hampton. Suf?
folk, Portsmouth, Smlthfleld and Nor?
folk. Able addresses Were in.nie by
the local clergy, notably among them
one by Dr. Grammar on the Chinese
? question. Miss Mann, recently re?
turned irom Japan, spoke Interestingly
of her personal experience ami work in
the Flowery Kingdom. A most charm?
ing little bit of Japanese humanity
with ah unpronounceable name re?
turned With Miss Mann and is titling
herself for a nurse In the Old Dominion
Hospital, Richmond, After her course
is completed she will return to minis?
ter to her own people. Her soft crepe
costume itnd langtet) sash were a mar?
vel and admiration to her American
? ? *
Much interest Is felt over the con?
cert to be given to-night by Miss Cor?
nelia Normn Gr nh n at S o'clock in the
new Christ Church parish house. She
will be assisted by Miss Helen Sher?
wood Quimby, a violinist whose uhillty
is well known in this city.
Mr. Frank Taylor, of Richmond, Va.,
: is in town for n few days on his way
to Clifton Springs to recuperate from a
recent spell or illness.
Miss Rachel Cdokc, who has been
! visiting Miss Nash, on Freemason
street, has, returned to her home In
? ? ?
The ninny friends of Mr. Adam
! Treadwell will be sorry to hear that
he Is confined to his room wlih a se?
Miss Loullc Taylor gives a tea this
afternoon tit her hospitable home, mi
Grahby street, In honor of her friend,
Miss Mann, of Virginia, who has re?
cently returned from Amouri, a Japan?
ese missionary station.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hodges are at?
tending the 1'f.vis-Uernard wedding in
Pot< l sburg, Yu.
* ? *
Dr. E. E. Folld Is In Petersburg, Va.,
attending the wedding of Miss Sntlio
Bernard, or." Of Petersburg's fairest
belles, and Mr. Charles Hall Da.is. a
rising young lawyer of that city.
* ? ?
The Rev. Sam Jones lectures to?
night at the Academy of Music. The
famous evangelist will speak of "The
Battle of Life and How to Win."
* ? *
Four bridal couples left here Ihsl
night by the steamer Augusta, of the
Chesapeake Line, for nnltlmor-*.
Mrs. Frank Peterson, of Danville,
and daughters, Misses Elizabeth and
Lucille, are guests of Mr. C. F. Gri en
wood, in Freemason street.
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If yon do not obtain the ben'fit you ileslro
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Gray with fancy borders.
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Strictly all-pure-wool I
Size, 72x82 inches.
Weight, > pounds, 3 ounces.
The season's best blanket
?4, instead of $5.
Cotton filled comfortables
at 7?c, $1, si.2>, St.50,
$1.87Mi $2, $2.50 and S3.
Eiderdown comfortables ?
finest satteen?$5 and 56.
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V- Thts volume displays to gros tor
jj advantage than any previous one "t
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Each book enclosed la a decorat- rf
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? Publishers' nice, ,<5. Onr ??
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ft - n
The dricp.-\rrs are buying liberal- R
ft ly of CIIAS. M. SHELDON'S V
:; WORKS, 29c., Instead of DOc. jp
iGO-102 Granby Street. J5
&. Opposite tho Monttccllo Hotel. S*
4- BOTH "PHONES?Ten Sixty. &
??7>va'.: <i ?t. .vj ?...?<* .-3 :<s
THE WOAiANS STOKE.
*_ . _
$ Just a word or two to- ??
s day about the New Dress'':
Stuffs which we're ciis
rjf playing. v?
Every choice and want- *
able style is here?every a?
. I his is I he woman's ?
?a store of Norfolk?and it's 9
a, a popular store because 9
?i YOU made it so. ' ?
I A week of glove selling' |
>' too -and I
? at that. 9
I Perrhi's Gloves, I
ft ?? ?-- y
THE WOMAN'S STORE.
? , s
..^ Tiic Monticello Corner. |Jr
r>'i,'. PVfe fc'ts P) u a? c* ? ?? *'" p>v.'. Wit 9?
I Lens ["!,:; g
I Grinding ^ * |fe g
Baa Plant on r^r?^ e
? Premises LU5E.,LLY' B
r.v Our Km rt factory Tuners.
All work guai ' id. If your Piano
needs lulling ur repairing drop us a pos.
:ai. or call up either phone 1109.
66 GRANBY STREET.
Sccct.i! limitii quantity of
FINEST HAVANA CICARS.
For box trade at factory prict*
Hambergcr's Cut Rate Ticket Office
at 5 Cents.
Chiefly Nainsook, but some
Cambric. "Seconds" in strips
of 5 or 6 yards, and worth in
the regular way. from > to l>.
j Sold by strip only.
at 8& Cents.
"Seconds." in siiips similar
to Insert ions.worth from 10 to
1 >. Sold by strip only.
at 9!j> Cents.
Short lengths, but running
as high as 20 yards. 12,'j is
the regular price.
Drapery at 5.
10 different styles, a n d
Tray Covers at 25.
Also 50 cent ones at 59.
also. Everything on sale at
J3SEPii mil - m main si.
They Are Here!
Jackets from $3 00 and up,
Furs from $3.75 and up.
Golf Capes from JJ.Tj and up.
Blankets from (1.25 per pair and up.
Table Damask from 86c. and up.
Napkins from 75c. per dozen and up.
Doylies from 25c. per dozen and up.
Comforts from $1.00 ami up.
And many other goods not spuco to
L. II. Whiidiurst
335 MAIN STREET.
I ELE?RHT SILVER WBBE
<i MANUFACTORY r>
The largest and most complete stocl?
of beautiful things in Silver in ttu?
and olhzr gems.
SAM'L KiRK a SON CO,,
106 BALTIMORE. ST. Baltimore, Md,
Fin a Br;c-?.-Ciac ami Art Goods.
Dresden China Vases, Plates and Fig.
Sevres China Vases, Dates and Fig?
ures. ... , ,,.
T?plitz China Vases, Plates and Fig.
rt.ival Bonn China Vases.
Royal w.o. ? i Va es and Figures.
Rudatstardt Art Pottery, Vases and
Figure*. ?, , , _
WcdgeAVOOd Vases. Pitchers and Tea
Pots. , .
Bohemian Glass Va es and Botucs.
Tiffany Glass Vases and Jars.
All new Importations mako nice wed?
CHAPMAN & JAKEMAN
3nlv Exi ' islvs Art Boom In the City.
COB MAIN AND BANK STS,
THE HENRY WALKE CO.,
And K'ailroad Supplies,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
??Giant" and ?'Giant riancr." Leather
Belting. "Glartt," "Granite, ' and "Shaw*
nut" Itubbi r Belting.
Apouts tor Knowtej" Steam Pumping
Machine. , i
, ft'iASS CHICKS-^*"0!SC*l-.
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