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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

EXERCISES AT HMPTON Addresses of President Hadley and BooKer Washington. THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY The New Bullding a Gift to the Instituto by tho Family of Collie P. Hunting ton, Dedicateci-?Sang Old Plantation Songs, ? (Special from a Staff Correspondent.) HAMPTON, VA.^ April -?.-Exercises of moro, than usual Interest to-day marked tho opening and dedication of tho Collis P. Huntington Librar?/ of'the Hamilton Institute, tho chlof adc?resse? bolng delivered by President Arthur T. aiadloy, of Yale, nnd Principal Booker T.' AVashlngton, of Tuskegee Institute. Tho New York and Now England vis? itors to-the Conference for Education in the South, who etimo to Old Point on yee tordny from Richmond, together with Governor Montague and wlfo, Mr. B. B. Valentino, Mrs. Valentino and sovernl othors'of Richmond, .who aro tho guosts of tho Northern party, havo spont all of to-day at the institute. Thoro the exer? cises began.at 9 o'clock and continued, with Intermission for lunch, until 10 P. M. ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

tas BERRY CROP VERY LARGE Activity Again In the Fields? Wharves and Stations. DEWEY IS SOON TO ARRIVE fWlichelson. After a Long Examination In the Police Court, Was Held for Trial in the Higher Court and Balled by Judge Hanckel. (Special to Tbe Tlino-Ulsjiutcli.) NORFOLK, VA., April 2S.-Actlvlty in tbe Holds and at the wharves and sta? tions of the railroad and steamship lines ?how thnt the strawberry season haa opened, and during: the next six weeks hundreds of orates will be shipped? from Norfolk to Northern markots every day. ? earl y all the berries shipped from this section ore grown within a radius of ton Riles of the city. By taking a ride on nny of the suburban trolley lines ono can see miles of green Heide, iu which tho lufclouu berry Is grown. Hundreds of pickers, including}men, women and chil? dren, follow the rows of vinos, divesting ibon. of fruit, ..JVjth the strawberry sea ?' B?n cornea trouble In man y fami lies, As a rule many of tho servants would rather ??pick ber...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

OVERDOSE Walter ?. Williams? of Wil? mington? Dies from Effects. NEW CONCRETE COMPANY Death of Mr. ?John Wesley Zimmerman, ? Well-Known Citizen of Wilming? ton, and an Old Knight of Pythias. . (Special to The Tlnies-Dl-pato*?,) WILMINGTON, N. C, April ?S.-VValtcl B. Williams, aged twenty-eight years, a painter of this city, ended his Ufo yee terday by taking an overdose of lauda? num. Ho was a native of Fayottoville and moved to this city several years Ugo. Ho leaves a young wife and mother. During tho Spanish-American war young Williams was a member of Com? pany A,'Second North Carolina Volun? teers, under Captain Huaico, of Fayette? ville. The Wilmington Btono and Construction Company lias been organized and appli? cation for a charter haa boen forwarded to Ralolgh. The capital stock Will be $20,000, with *llW,000 authorized. Tho in corporutorH are Messrs. G. P. Adams and H. E. Bonltz, of this city, and W. H. Orlffln, of Nowbern. Tho company will manufacture hollow conoreto buildi...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

CONVENTION OF BAPTISTS ??Movement to Change Plan of Representation. NUMERICAL BASIS ASKED ?A Lively Struggle is Expected?The Delegates from Virginia Thnt Have So Far Been Ap? pointed. ! There Is quietly developing In certain ???jetions""a movement which will assert /itself at the Southern Baptlet Convon . ^Uon, which meets In Goorgla In a few ""fldye, to chango the representation In , | that body from a monetary basis to a j Mi m e ri cal basis?a change of a rovolu Jtlonary character, which, will cause no ''"?nd of a discussion boforo It Is settled. I So far as can bo ascertained, the Vir? ginia d?livr?tes will go to the convention ?"prepared to opposo tho Innovation moat ?"Vigorously, Opposition will also como ?J?rom other quarters, and thoro Is every Ulkellhood of a genuine Baptist dobato fbeforo the session is ovor. The mooting irwlll be held in Savannah and will begin . x?n May 8th. ? , GROUNDS FOR TECH C-tANGB. I At the present time eaoh ohurch can IB-md one delegate for:every ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

BEWITCHED BY NURSES They Took the Legislature by Storm Vesterday. WASHINGTON AND R. E. LEE Bill Presented to Placo Tholr S'aitJ?e In the National Capitol?Stato't Oh'?ra ?f Dlep?tisary Profits Fixed. Pretty trained nurses, ln the garb bo Weloomo now at the bedaldo of the sick, took the Legislature by etorm yesterday, and scoured tho passage of a I..11 through both bodice providing for the appoint? ment of a board by tho Governor, by which a nurse must bo examined boforo elio ils ollglble to registry as a trained nurse. Undor the battery of bright eyes, ?lumbers adverso to tho mensuro voted for It as enthusiastically as though it were tho dearest wish of their hearts to ?t-o It pass. Ono amendment was adoptod oxompting from examination any nurse giaduatod prior to January 1, 1904. A bill was offered In both bodies pro? posing to preeent to the Unltod States a portrait sutuo In bronze of Robert E. Loe and a bronze replica of Hou?Ju_'s Washington. The patrons of the bill are the three S...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

NETCHANGES WERE SMALL Stock Market Almost Wholly In Hands of Professionals. RALLY CAME LATE IN DAY lorts Were Indisposed to Keep Com? mitments Open Over Night, and Their Covering Cnuse d Rise In Prices. (By Associated Press,) NEW YORK, April 88.?To-day's stock market was very similar to that of yes? terday, except that to-day the processionai . selling came early in the dnj1 nnd the short covering later. But the whole mar? ket was strictly professional. The action 'of"the Now York Public .Utilities was a striking evidence of the dominant profes? sionalism of the market. These stocks weakened sharply In tho morning on tho supposition that o doulslon would bo handed down during the day affirming tho validity of tho Now York tax upon their franchises. Immediately upon tho an . nouncement that this oxpectcd decision liad been rendored prices turned upward, owing to the effort? of the bears to cover their short contraete. Tho announcement of an engagement ot $500,000 In gold for oxport t...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

?* ?M ?M ?J* ??n ?I* ONE CENT ? *?? WORD. MINIMUM CHIME 28 Genfs, Cash In Advance T?T THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BR3NQ GREATEST RESULTS, MINIMUM CHAI.QE 26 Gents, Cnih In Aduno? ONE CENT A WORD. t? a* 0* a? *m HBLP WANTED-FEMALB. M .'ANTED, aOOD, ; EXPERIENCED NURSE tot baby nineteen months old Apply or write at once'to Mrs. A. Vf, BRADLEY, ChaBa City,' Vn. ?WANTED, A ?OOD, SOBER WHITE BARBER! -will ?uaraMoo *llaWo?k. Address W. J. GOLOSCH, Concord, N. C "WANTED. LADIES TO MAICB NECK WEAK from sample, $7 to?$i. weokly, exp?rience not necessary; send self-a?V dressed stamped cnvolopo. IDEAL MAN. UFACTURING CO,, 60S West 133d Street, New York, ?-?? :-.y;.y. ? .???-- ?? ?? . .::r-' .: y - -? ' -?? 8ITUATION8 WANT ED?FEMALE. "WANTED, BY AN EDUCATED AND , refined lady, situation as teacher through tho summer, or as compnnlpij to lady. Address Miss H., Montvalo, Va. HELP WANTED?MALE. ."WANTED, SHIPPING CLERK ; AND packer in wholesale notion house. Send as reference name ....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 29 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST?'Wednesday fair ; warnten Silk Opportunities Like These Seldom Occur. Yesterday in tho Silk Section was but a repetition of Monday in respect to ilio crowds of customers in this 'department?and all be? cause silks that do honor to their names are being sold at prices that in many instances aro merely nominal as compared with their values. 69c. /or $1.25. Salili Liberty Foulards 69c. for SI?25 Striped Taffelas, Piinled Foulards 39c. All pure Silk In small and medium dots on White, Navy and Black grounds. 49c, for-75c, Striped Tussah Silks. Pongee grounds with narrow Btripes In Bluo, Black, Oreen and White. Wash Silks. 29c. Corded Wash BUIes. Plain white Wash Silks. Striped Taffetas 49c. '?. All Silk Taffetas In dainty stripes, now so fashionable for the shirt waist ?nit. 59c, for $1.00 Printed Warp and Striped Taffeta. All Wool Albatross 39c. | Ail the desirable spring shades are Included In this offering and it's one of the best spr...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

?mnmMS^M I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,228. RICHMOND, VA?, THURSDAY, ?G????, 00, 1008. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DftY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON. April ?K.-Foreeast tor .Thursday nnd Friday: Virginia?Fair, continued worm ' Thur?? day. Friday, ruin and coldoi'i variable ?wind?. North Carolina?Fair, continued warm Thursday. Friday, Blidwor?? nnd colder; irceli ebuln wlndl, becoming variable. Yesterday was .about tho warmest day or the season, tho tliomomoter register Ing 80 UOfTi'BOH at; 3 o'clock. At midnight th? mercury Indicated ?2. For to-day the bureau prophecies ?ay continued warm nini lair weather, and for to-morrow rain cud collier. : HTATB OF TI IM THERMOMETER. ? ?. ?. OD 12 ?.1. g?' ? ?, ?. 80 . ? ??, ?. 81 ? ? ?.,. 00 12 midnight . 1)2 . Average .Uhi Highest temperature yesterday.80 Lowest temperature, yesterday.GO ?Mean ttimpnmturo yesterday.D5 Normal temperature yesterday. 73 Departure from normal temperature. 18 Precipitation'during .past 21 hours..., 1X1 MINIATUBtT?LMANAC. . Ap...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

Ittielrmnn of tho divided committee, of iWtd two "eporis In response to th? ?hackoltoid resolution, roforrlhg the matter to tho committee. That resolu? tion of reference Instructed tho com? mittee to report aa lo the legal status of fthe.Crtse nnd also 11s conclusions? ns to ihe evidence, laiton nth! prlr.ted In tho eiUse, , ., ?. , The first repofl |.res?Milcd by Mr. Mc ?lwalne nnd rend by Clerk Stono wns thnt ?rnwn by Messrs. Cogblll. T?ruce nnd others, It Is In full ns follows: ?To tho Senate of Vlrglnl?: The undersigned member? of the Corn? mllteo for Courts of Justice, to which ?A-as referred the following resolut km. . Resolved, That the ques Ion of the re .tnovnl of Judge C. J?, Campbell be referred to tho Committee tor Courts of Justlco of the Son?t<5~whlch-shall? report upon the legal status of ,the question u?.??": tllor their?conclusion upon the ovidonee fnkon in "the cninvo. Respectfully report: First. That In their opinion, the pro? ceedings heretofore had by Ihe Gen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

MAKING OF SAILS CAUSES SURPRISE British Sporting Circles Stir? red Up Over Report of English Sallmakers, (Dy Associated Press.) LONDON, April ??.?Tho sensation ?caused In Brillali yachting circles' by tho ! ?announcement that Rntsby ami l.?aptnorn, ' tho English siiltntikorA, who have an cstabllshmixit nt City Island, N. Y., havn boon glvor'i orders for suits of sails for tho Rolia'iic'i, tho Constitution nnd tho I'Olutnbln, can bo best Judged by.an /edi? torial article which appears In tho ? Yachting World of April 30th, under tho; /heading "An International (7) Contest." fi'he nrtlclo says: -*" "Anglo-Saxon yachtsman will regret to hoar thnt tho forthcoming contest for tho America's cup has practically lost Its In? ternational character owing to tho ac? ceptance of an. order for a new sullo of sails for ono of tho defenders by Ratsey an?l Lnpthorn, of Cowcs nnd City Island. Since thoy happen to bo tho only Individ? uals other limn the nctual designer and owner of tho challenger, w...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

Th? Times-Dispatch PtiBMimm D?lly snd Weekly et Ne. 4 North Tenth street, Richmond, Vs. entered' Jahuary 8? 1903, at Rloh? , ' mend, V?., as S6cond?cU?? Matter, under Act of Con? flr*4i* "?f Muren 8, lere. '?h? DAlLV YIMES'DISPAT?H I? "'d ?t & cents a eopyV The SUNDAY TIMES'DISPATCH Is ?old ?t ? cents a cepy, D?ILV TIMES.DISPATCH by mall M cent? a month, $5.00 a year, $2.50 tor ?Ix month?, $1.60 for three month?? SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mall, $2.00 a year. The DAILY* TIMES-DlsPATCH, In? eluding Sunday, by Carrier, 15 cent? per Th? SUNDAY TI1Y.E8-DI8PATOH, bV Carrier, 5 cent? per week. .??._?,. The WEEKLY TIMES-DIUPATCH, $1.00 yean ,? . All Unsigned Communications will he rejected. Rejected Communication? will not ne returned unless accompanied by stamp?. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S, No. 619 East Brood Street. , THURSDAY. ?iPIUL' 89, 100?. COMBINES AND DEMOCRACY. Our esteemed contemporary, the Nor? folk Vlrginian-Pllot, Is fretting Itself be? cause of some remarks of ours ln...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

THE TAX ON ?RALS Compromise Measure Adopt<3(l by tho House Yesterday. BIO INCREASE IN REVENUE The Corporation Bill Considered, but. No Vote Reached Upon It?Bills That Were Offered and r^ Referred. The moat Important action ot the Gen? eral Assembly yesterday woe the-..adop? tion by the House of the compromise 'measure rohttlng. to. tho taxation of min? eral lands, which mela Ihn views of all parties. The bill was drawn by, Hon. Kufus A. Ayors and ofrored by Mr. Car Ifcr. of Scott. It jirovidos for a special Cmscssmon't of mineral lands biennially by commissioners of revenue, Dio assess? ment to bo certified to the Corporation Commission. Inadequate Or exeuesslve assessments may bo rectified by appeal? to l.ho Circuit Courts and finally to the Court of Aiipoals. It Is estimating that tho bill will inercasn tho revenue from this aubject of Ui.iui.tlon from aoventy flvo to one hundred thousand dollars an? nually. The Sonale do voted the day to consider? ation of the committee bill e...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

NEW SHOE _ FACTORY Plans Formed for Important Enterprise In Fredericksb'g JUDGE GOOLRICK NAMED Ho Will Succeed Judge A. T. Embrey ns Commonwealth's Attorney?-Re '.?. port pfthe Committee on Road Construction In N. O, (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) FR1ADER1CKSBURG, VA., April 29. At a meeting o? the Business Men's Asso? ciation, hold last nlfiiit, there' was a largo attendance and much Interest shown In th? proposed establishment of a now eliuo factory here, plans for which wore laid before the meeting. The subject was re? ferred to a committee to bring In a full report at a regular meeting to be hold In a few days, when, It Is understood, favorable action will be taken. The now factory will employ 10O hands. The association endorsed Judge John T. Goolrlck for Commonwealth's Attorney, to succeed Hon. A. T. Embrey, who was yesterday elected judge of the Corpora? tion Court, to All the vacancy caused by the resignation of Judgo A. W. "Wallace. Judge Embrey will make the appointment, ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

CARNIVAL AT RALEIGH City Putting on Gala Attire! and Fakirs Coming. UNIVERSITY WINS SUIT Baptist Female College to Receive at Oncea Large Portion of the Legacy of Justice Falrcloth?Other Opinions Handed Down. (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dispalch.) RALEIGH, N. C, April 29,-The city Is now getting well Into her gala attire for the approaching May Festival and Merchants' Carnival, which opens May 4th, joontlnulng until the Oth. Nonrly all the business houses on Fayottevlllo and Martin Streets aro bright with streamers, flags, etc., and the groat arch at tho head of Fayottevlllo Street, opposite tho Csp 1 toi, is ncarlng completion, The carnival attraction?? are beginning to arrive, and fakirs are to bo seon on all sldoH. Tho one-faro for tho round trip given by the railroad for the carnival Is expected to bring largo crowds. The Supremo Court has decided In fon'or of tho Baptist Fornaio University In the case of the university against E, B? Borden, executor of ox-Chief Justlco W. T. Falrclot...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

ALABAMA CASE LIKE VIRGINIA'S f? 'Does Not Affect Validity of Constitution. SHOWS TENDENCY OF THE COURT ? Forerunner o? the Virginia Case. -GENERAL MILES FOR PRESIDENT Sonerai of the Army, Admiral of the Navy and Next In Command Are All Democrats?The Visit of Pres? ident Roosevelt to Unlver . stty of Virginia Will Oc? cupy ???? Hours. ? ?? The Timos-Dispatoh Bureau, No. 1417 G Street. N. W., Washington, D. C, April 29th. The Virginia Constitution caso will not tn heard until the fall term of tho court, .which opens October 2d. It waa thought i-the caso would come up on tho (?th of VMay, but, as usual, tho dockst is very 'much crowded and the causo had to be [?liracced to tho fall term. Interest in the Virginia caso will bo loss 'now, owing to tho decision In tho Ala jibama case, which Is looked upon as a ; Bure forerunner of tho.t which will bo 'rendered when Mr. Wiso's caso to test 'tho Virginia Constitution comes up. ? The general impression that tho court 1 ?was loath to undertake...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

ON LIQUOR Important Bill Is Offered inj House of Delegates. APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES Measure Offered Designed to Place. In, the Hands of Specially Appointed Officials the Conduct of Local ' ?':. Option Elections. In tfie House of Delegates yesterday, Mr. Frank T. West, the member .from' Louisa, presented a bill which If .passed will have tho effect of placing In the hands "of spoclally-appolntod Judge? the task of conducting local option .elections throughout tho Stato. This measuro Is an Interesting one, in lino with recent tomporanco legislation and It Is attracting some little attention. According to tho present law, the elec? tions are undor the supervision of the iudges appointed In the preceding general election, held In the community affected, Mr. West wishes to change this so as to secure special offlcors for the special election. In speaking of the matter yes torduy, he said In ofi'ecf: "I have Introduced tho bill' solely to se ouro a fair and Jtlst administration of the elect...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

STOCK MOVES NARROWLY /The Trading Done Along Pro? fessional Unes. CLOSED FIRM IN TONE A Half-Million Shipment of Gold to Soulh Africa Keeps Alive Conject? ure ns to Future Outward Movement. (Hy Associated Press.) Kh>w Yoiur. April ?b.?Tho stock mar? ket w*a?i still restricted te a very narrow professional ehnJinel to-day, but it got , through the duv without the recent cus? tomary reversal of the course of prices. .The market closed at practically tho high? est level nnd with a notably firm tono. Tho Improved tone wns largely due to tho ? ympathotlfj effect on the general list ot a ? very persistent absorption of the Erio ? toaks, wJileli loft the common 1V4. the - lirst preferred 2%, and the second pre? ferred 3',ji hlglior than lust night. The report of earnings of the Ixihlgh Valley for March showed a surplus after fixed charges nf WiM,r>7-l. compared with a defi? cit for March of last year of fM4,116. Supplementing tho very favorable re fiort ny tho Erie yesterday for Marc...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

ONE GEHT - ? , WORD. MINIMUM OliARQC 25 Cents, Catti In Idvanoe THESE ARE THE WONDER WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. MINIMUM CHARQE 26 Conto, Oath In Advance ONE CENT I WORD. HELP WAWT?D?FEMALE.,: m??iwt?ikV*+t*k*?mm?*mm'*^>".?.*.-?.?? WANTED, LADIES,TO MAKE NECK WEAR from sample, $7 to 112 weokly, experience not uocossaryi jond self-nd droHsod stamped envelope IDEAL MAN? UFACTURING CO., 60S West 153d Stro6t, Now York,_,_. WANTED? ? FIRST-CLASS WOJLAN (colored) to take charge of kitchen and pantry; to nn experienced cook', tWith city? r?f?renc?e, hlgli.wagce will bis Jpald,' Apply Immediately 810 West Franklin ? B trop t. ?? ANTED, COLORED GIRLS-lOo' RE spootable colored girls for light and healthy manufacturing work; will be, paid while learning; ? onn soon make good wages; girls from 14 to 20 years of ago, who live at homo and who have never worked In service nroforrcd, Ap 5>!y Immodlolely to No. old N. Twelfth SI root, opposite colored Normal School. t=tr :?....

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 30 April 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WE A THEk FORECAST*-F?tr to-day. A Silk Sale That Has Been Successful. Beoauso the Silks aro meritorious, the prices very low, and every purchaser has been an advertisement of the best kind lor us. Few specimen values are noted below. Foulard Silks 39c. All-Pure Silk, In the fashionable [ Polka-Dots, white on bla/ik, black on whlto, whlto on navy., Colored Taffetas, 59c. ? 19 Inches wldo all pure ellk ln the most desirable shades, Includine white, cream nnd black. Striped Tussahs, 39c, 19 (Indies wide, Pongee Colored grounda with cluster stripes of blue, green, black and white. Corded Pongees, 59c. 20 Inches wide, Pongee around?, with narrow cords about an Inch apart; regular 75o values. Corded Wash Taffetas, 39c, 19 Inches wide, rood weight, ln block and white, green and white, tan and white. Plisse Taffetas, 49c. U> inchoe wide and very lustrous. New Spring Suits?Note the Prices On Them. Notwithstanding the reduced prices for those garments, we...

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