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Criticise "Wile's" Clothing from
,iuy stu ml point you like, it is the
nearest approach to high-priced
custom work ever attained in
men's ready-made apparel. We
want the stylish dressers of Boa
nokc to come In and see to wdiat
perfection the an of clothes mak?
ing has attained. "Wile's"
clothing is right, from lining to
buttonhole, ami if you buy a suit
' and it disappoints your expecta?
Bring it Back
And Get Your fflonsy.
CSSfOor FurnlHhiiiK tiooils IJepart
ment for Gentlemen Is Complete.
Siicrof!?or to Jcs. Cohn.
Jefferson and Campbell Sts.
North, East, south, West tho .'lower of
flours is "I'illslmry's Best."
Costs n little more t han any other be?
cause it is worth more. And it makes
more bread, makes whiter bread, makes
better bread. Your grocer may tell you
something else is "just its good," but it
HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents,
Hartsook Building, Murkot Square,
\l Your Mouse I I n
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UW81BCE S. DaVIS,
Coming and Going.
T. Campbell Gray, ?f the circulation
department of The Times, has returned
from n trip to New Orleans.
Mrs. Dr. H. V. Gray lias just returned
from u few weeks' visit to Now Orleans,
where shu has been visiting her sons.
E. Tnlbott*Glnss, of Tomiwundn, N. Y?
is iu Ronnoke on a visit to his father.
Mrs. Mildred Bell, of Clinmblissburg,
is vis.ting at the residence of Mr. und
Mrs. ,T. T. Ovurstreet on Seventh avenue
Mrs. Frederick Aunspuugh went to
Lynchburg yesterday afternoon to visit
her mother, who i-- quite sick.
Miss Francis Moss left yesterday on ti
visit tc friends at Glasgow.
<i '/.. Trent passed through the city
yesterday en route from his home to his
store at Coucord, Tenn. He has been
attending the funeral of L*is sister.
Frank Korte, of the Norfolk und West?
ern railway, who has been spending some
time in New York, returned yesterday.
W. Tj. Pierce and ('apt. Cbildrcss, of
Christiansburg, were in the city yester?
II. B. Loving, the soap man. left, yes?
terday on a business trip to'Buchnnun.
Rev. A. S. Morrison, pastor of the
Christian Church of ..Carlisle, Pa., was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Nannie Pepper, ol Elliston, was
in the eitv vestcrday visiting her brother,
.1. \V. Pepper.
Judge .7no. A. Buchnnnn,o( Abingdon,
passed through Ronnoke yesterday en
r mte to Lyncliburg.
E. M. Carr left yesterday on a business
trip to Norfolk. ?
NY. P. Airheort, of the Iron Belt Build?
ing and Loan Association, kivill leave to?
day for St. 1 .ouis.
lt. S. Harbour, of South Boston, i-' in
the eitv. i
R. \\". Brook, a prominent man of
Greensboro, N. C., is in the city.
Major Andrew McCartney mid wife, of
Cmig COIll tv, are iu the eitv, the guests
of Mrs. C P. Read.
Frank 15. "Meli went to Norlolk last
night on business.
Mrs .1. O. Jack, of V in ton, who has
been seriously ill, is reported as being
Rev. .1. 1). Dreher, president of Bonn
oke College, is in Baltimore in tin: inter?
est of his school.
7 The Misses Williams, of Lynchburg,
were iu town yesterday visiting at Col. J.
Hampton Hcge's. Thevwere on route to
Jno. i'. Barbec, of Lynchburg, whs in
the city yesterday.
Cluif. If. Cocke, of Ilollitis. passed
through town yesterday returning from
S. 11 IlcironiniUS has just returned
from an extended visit to Northern cities.
('has. Daird, of the Virginia Military
Institute, at Lexington, is iu the city for
u few days.
(Jo and bear the Rehr Grand piano
which will be used by the Boston stars at
the Academy of Music Frldaj night.
An entertalniiiu programme by the
? Host,in Stars" at the Academy Friday
'If it were done when't is
tfoent were well it were
We received an order for
small print, at three o'clock
submitted at four. Only o
unusual surname. The jc
and IT WAS WELL DCr
110-112-114 North Jefferson
EDW. L. STONE, Prcsidcn
THE LOGAN CASE.
The case of T. Logan against the city
of ltonnoke was still being heard in the
hustings court yesterday morning und
the evidence was all in by 12 '.o'clock. It
was then found that a mistake bad been
made in the plaintiff's plea and] the case
Iras non-suited. It seems that the plea
made,by the plaintiff for damages did not
claim damages for permanent injuries,
and as that was the instruction the court
was asked to give the jury, the court re?
fused to do so.
A number of delegates and alternate:
came in yesterday and "last night to at
tend the annual conference 'of the North?
ern Methodist Church which convenes in
Lee Street Methodist Church this morn?
ing at !? o'clock. They will he in session
the balance of the week.
JUSTICE WOOD'S COURT.
There was only one case before Justice
Wood i:i the police court yesterday ami
that was a big hearty looking negro man
who was arraigned for vagrancy ami
charged with stealing a hat. The case for
stealing was continued, but be was lined
2.511 lor vagrancy. He pleaded consump
tioc,but as he didn't look the part elicited
verv little symuathy from the court
NEW STREET CROSSINGS.
Everybody who goes to the postollce
are commending the quick work of the
Council in taking such speedy action on
the motion made Tuesday 'night' by Mr.
Wilson authorizing the laying of llag
crossings across tin-streets at the post
office. The Council appreciating the fact
that these crossings were badly needed
and that it would take over ,i month for
the motion to go through its regular
channel, upon tin- suggestion of Mr. Wil?
son, acted at once and gave the citizens
the crossings Cnpt. Wihgate, the city
engineer, will in all probability commence
work on the new crossings to-day.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt. Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Cht I
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
anil positively cures Piles, or no pay re?
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sab- tit Massie's Phar
macy, 100 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
three thousand letter circulars, in
the other afternoon. A proof was
ne error was found, and that in an
>b was ready for delivery at six,
Street o? ROANOKE, VA.
THE COR BETT- FITZ SIMMONS EIGHT
Arrange men ts have been made to have
a special wire run into the Old Opera
1 louse, on the 17th instant, and the Cor
bett-FitzslmmottH fight will be reported in
detail. A brass band has been secured
and it vory enjoyable "evening will lie
spent while receiving the report of the
great fight. Fitzsininions seems to be the
favorite with the majority of .the sports.
MEETING TO NIGHT.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Junior Hose Company will lie held in
their Jiro house on Jefferson street to?
night. The oflicers for the ensuing year,
who were elected at the last, regular meet
in:.', will be installed. This is the only
matter of Importance to come before the
SERGEANT T1LLETT IMPROVED.
City Sergeant-T. If. Tillett, who has
been confined to his room for several days
by u severe attack of quinsy.was so much
impoved yesteday as to be at his office for
a few hours in the afternoon.
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I Are increasing
4 every day.
I We have another 4
^ car, and want you |
I to try some. ?
6 HUNTER & CO 4
6 I 27 Salem Ave. S. W &
$ 'Phone 193. \
O O- Q>- O- GO- <S>- 53> (Si*- O- <S?- (?
The uppermost nrticlo in our minds h Columb'a
All Salmon caters know 10? difference between
Alaska and (J'dutnhia ltiver lUh.
The Cornier is dry ami has tittle of ihn Salmon
The latter is oily, llaky, tender, nUo^elher bet?
ter, altogether richer.
You're surprised at the pries?10c, 15c aud '20c.
SKI.I,Kits OK THE WOHLD'S HEST.
I I I -J t- il <m ?.<> ii Street.
?Phone in. C. F. BLOUNT, Manager.
The Only First-Huns !$a TIouho til Town.
Electric Lights und Hi Iis tu Euch Itoom.
Nnwiy Papered ami Painted.
? J. 1 COX, Proprietor,
^ ROANOKE, VA.
2b Baggage Transferred Free,. =,. Opposite Passenger Depot.
tAlso We Have Recently Attached to Our Hotel a First-class
Lunch Counter That Will Please The Most Fas
Jt ticlious. Our Specialty is York River
^ Oysters on the Half-Shell.
ELY'S CREAM I5AI.M lea positlveenre.
Apply into the nostrils. It la quickly absorbed. 60
cents :it Druggists or by nmil ; enmploM 10c. by m.ii!.
iXY ukotueus, oc Warren St., kcw York city.
MA NTT AI riliKKH OF
Building, Fiie i Paving Brick.
Capacity 4-0.000 Per Day.
Fresh lot of California Tangerines and
seedless oranges and pears just received
atCATOGNl'S. the confectioner.
Wl i In lor i* rices t II
G. R. PIERPONT, Salem, Va.
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jl Jezx.., In i mJztf n i-ZA- JL
' It is impossible to write About all the
(jO0(l things in tills department? hero are
.just a few. Von will want a pretty black
silk gown; if not, certainly a separate
.\' 80 rents, heavy andlclcgnnl Luxor,
h good value at #1.11)?28 inch.
A; -1. beautiful "Seedy' Artuure
Royal- really cheap at $ I 25, 2'1 inch.
A; ' i'cents, an elegant black Japanese
Silk, worth fully 00c?27 inch.
At !} , the new Moire Velour, 21 inch.
At ".'? cent> line Japanese silk, lull '.!<?
f/SOHE uEfl SliKS.
T !s to l?e the great silk season?Silk
Wa as, silk Separate Skirts^ Kllk Gowns,
Petticoats, Silk 'under Grenadines
an . ?? effects; in font, there is to he an
till in . demand tor silk-. Note some
recent : liin^:-:
At $1.2?, Moire Velvour, one of the
"Swellcst" things of the season, ~n inch.
At V.. the new stripes mid 'swivel
effect* on dreamy Glace grounds, 21 ditch.
At 75 cents, RrodnAe Prlnccsso liaviug
pretty >-atin figures capering over n Prin?
cess ?-'? bund. '.''I inch.
At $L2j, the new "Snake Skins." the
novelty >if the time, grcuu, brown, lilne
und Hello. 'Jo inch.
At$l, the new Royal Brocades; here's
genuine royal rich peas at short range,
At Bi 1 Scents, DuchrsscSatin Brocade,
it. makes i intignilicenl looking waist, 2(1?
BUCK DRESS GOODS.
These nre a few great big value- addcl
to those mentioned last week?all just
opened -see them at once.
AT ?d CENTS A YARD.
Brocaded Grenadine, looks like silk- -
"Birdseyo" Canvas?a new get-up, -12
???seedy" Crystal Uep ii black beauty-"
Plain English < lunvits, all wool, I.' inch.
Pretty figured Mohair-, lustrous as
silk, 42 inch.
AT .V.? CENTS A YARD.
Brocade Etamine -a novelty up-to
Brocade Grenadine rich and rare, 15
Australian Crepe Cloth, a very (Direct
thing, 45 inch.
AT CENTS A YARD.
Wide Wale Cheviot, all pure wool, al?
ways 50c befon?Ill-inch?just right for
a separate skirt.
AT #1.25 A YARD.
Prie.-iley's "Cravenotte" for Tailor
made suits, .skirts and blazer suits, war?
ranted watcrptoof, 00-Inches wide?for?
merly $2 a yard.
what we propose tc tleal out to our pen
CORSETS AT ?" CENTS.
A Corset, good enough for a queen to
wear?und many I hat arc queens indeed,
and the world not aware, wear them ?
made by the "R. and G." Corset Com?
pany. White and drab. See it,
CORSETS AT "? CENTS.
Tin' celebrated "H. aild'G."- an honest
dollar's worth of wear in them; an un?
scrupulous dealer puls them in bis dollar
line ami yon can't tell the [difference.
CORSETS AT si.
'? 1!. and (I.'' white and black. "H.
and (b" nursing, white and [drab. Dr.
Warner's?the latest ones arc styles
??til," ? (',:;," "233."
CORSETS AT $1.25.
Dr. Warner's Health.
Thomson's "Clove Pitting" in the
We liave only the wearable ones, we
do not care to bore the trade with corset
experimenting. Not a Corset with
IV,Royal-sounding name, tits only rec?
ommendation) but an honest Corset at an
honest price to suit honest people is
if you want Umbrella goodness min?
gled with the word "Bargain," why then
come along and get one of these:
AT $2 EACH.
Ladles' 20-Inch, close rolling,flno black
Taffeta silk, very small steel rod, Enalind
thorn and Weichsel I handles, regular val?
ue sj:-.'. <5.
AT $2 EACH.
Gents'*id inch, made of finest Miller's
Gloria, steel rod, close rolling, English
RET TEW &
thorn. Weichseil und other fancy handles,
sterling silver mountings -u regular !?'?!
Our neckwear business is taking on
Metropolitan 'proportions?not without
cause, to be sure. What is the cause:
AT 23 CENTS.
Ladies' black and white checked band
Ladles' plaid band bows.
Ladies' changeable Taffeta band bows.
Ladies' and gents*figured band bows.
Ladies' and gents' ??Club" ties?a mag?
At 10 CK NTS.
Ladies' black satlne Shield Hows.
Ladies' black Silk Shield Bows.
Gents' black Satin and Silk Band Hows.
Gents' fancy Silk Hand Hows.
Gents' new Teck Ties, black and fancy.
Cent-.' 1 in-hand Ties, black and fancy.
The best 25c line overs tiOWIt. ,
AT ?"?(? CENTS.
The new "Puffs.''
The new "Flow end" 4-in-hnnds.
The prettiest 50 cent line in town.
Can you long afford to sit down and
make your petticoats:- Look at. our
rfady-to wear ones.
At T'.l cents, good fast black Satinc
with deep double rufllo.
At$l, finer grade black Satlne, with
tleep corded ruMle.
At $1.25, fast black Italian Cloth, with
At $1.41). line black French Satlne, with
deep ruffle and corded edge.
At $1.75, line black Italian with 0-inch
puff und deep corded ruffle.
AI $l.75,fine black Figured Silkot, with
deep puff and cord-edge ruffles.
At $2.75 and fins black Moreen,
with deep puffs and ruffles, strictly cor?
rect in every way.
You can have a new dress ready to put
on iu a jill'y and save the cost of making.
How docs the idea strike you?
Skirt* at $1.25 Each.
These arc made of pretty black figured
Mohair, lined throughout with Rustle
' Pcrkolim?you would pay more for the
j Skirts at s'.87 to s5 Each.
Hero is a big assortment of black liu
urcil and plain Mohairs, serges, new
. checked suitings, etc. In each case the
I material alone will cost the price of the
skirt all ready to put on. See them to?
We have made additions of "important
lines to our list of popular Kid Gloves.
The most Important of these addition?
are the "Ma?gioni" and the "Trcfousee."
AT $1.50 PAIR.
Celebrated "Moggioni" real Kill Cloves,
4-button black and spring colors?this is
the glove handled by Centimen ?L- Co., of
New York, at $1.75?these come to us di?
rect, hence tin; low price.
AT *I.?0 PA lit.
"Trefousse," I button black Suede, Iii.
ted and guaranteed?the only real mourn?
D clasp black Glace"" Kl dem broldercd
backs, the best $1.50 Kid Clove, made.
AT;$1.50 AND $2.
"Trefousse" 8-hutton length, black
AT To CENTS PAIR.
4 button Kid Gloves,"in "tans, reds,
modes and butter colors, 'in '.both black
und self embroidered backs, as"| good as
anybody's dollar line?don't fail to see
AT 70 CENTS PAIR.
Misses' Fine Kid Cloves, I hook, all