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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 12 May 1903

TRIGG CO. TO RESIST Its Answer to Attempt to Place It In Bankruptcy. CASE TO BE HEARD TODAY Argument Advanced that the Trigg Company Is Not Such a Corpora? tion as to Come Within the National Bankruptcy Law. Tho William R. Trlgg Company, by counsel J. Jordan Leake, and Christian &. Christian, attorneys, yesterday filed tholr answer. Accompanying tho answer Is a motion to dismiss the petition of credi? tors to havo the said William II. Tr.'gg Company ndjudlcatod bankrupts and a domurror to that petition. There arc also lllcd answers and demurrers on the part of tho Virginia Trust Company and tho majority of tlio second mortgage bond? holders. Judgo Wnddlll will, to-day In tho Dis trlct Court, act a timo tor hearing the motion to dismiss the petitions and tito argument thereon. The William It. Trlgg Company In Its answer alleges that It Is not such a cor? poration aa will come within the appli? cation of the national bankruptcy law; that tho petitioners nro not creditors having pr...

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. — 12 May 1903

NEW HOME IS DEDICATED Odd-FGllows' Noble Charity Located at Lyncliburg. PROGRAAIME OF EXERCISES With Impressive Ceremonies the New Institution for the Care of Orphans and Indigent Members of the Order Opened Yesterday. (Special to Tlio Tlmes-Dlspatch.) LYNCHBURO, \'A., May ll.-Tho Odd Fellows' Home, nn Institution that is to be devoted to the caro of tlio orphans and Indigent members of the order, wns dedicated hero to-day, and tho occasion Was one thnt will long be remembered in the history of Odd-Fellowship of the. State. Tho building that is to bo util? ised for the purpose, is largo and com? modious, und stands on an" Imposing site, in view of tho mountains of tho Blue Ridge, nnd with an Immense lawn full of the grandest of onk trees surrounding it. Altogehtrc. It Is an Ideal placo for such an establishment, nnd It Is doubt? ful If tho Odd-Fellows could havo secured a place more suitable for such a noble enterprise. After purchasing tbo property, elaborate plans were formed Tor ...

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. — 12 May 1903

MEMORIAL EXERCISES Graves of Confederate Dead Decorated at Raleigh. SELF - SUPPORTING BOYS A Large Number of the Studente at Ihe Norlh Corolina Agricultural end Mechanical College Are Work? ing for an Education. (Soerial >n The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) i RALEIGH, N. c., ?May ll.-There was on unusually large attendance upon the Confederate momorla] exercises hore yes? terday afternoon and tho programme, whilo very slmplo was highly appropriate, The peoplo assembled nt tho Confederate cemclcry at 5 o'clock and after a serlos of songs by a choir made up of gonio of tho best voices of tho various choirs of the city churches and prayer by tlio chaplain of the Confederato camp. Rev. J. W. Jenkins, crosses of honor were presented to a number ot veterans, who liad not heretofore received them. Fol? lowing this ceremony thero was the de? coration of tho graves of the heroic dead, hundreds of the people ln attendance hav? ing brought bnskct_ of flowers for that purpose. Tho Stato oflllccu aro nil ...

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. — 12 May 1903

Busby's Branch, 1403 E Main Try Our Pay=Easy Plan. THE splenditi stocks boro to chooso from, oonplec? with our very low prices, furnish ?lio reason for the constant expansion of tliis great and growing business. Mr. L. W. Allen, of tho firm of Allen & Wilson, invites his friends to call and see him. Summer Millinery. Opening display notable f?rthelf ole? ?nneo. We an? showing Pnrnslnti crea? tions a-sparklo with nil tin? dainty, sum? mery boftuty which that, vivacious French city can possibly inspire. All the newest Paris model? arc here, and wo nrtlscnlly mingle them with a host of exquisite beauties from our own work-rooms. Women 's Costumes including Afternoon and Evening Gowns, ShirtWnlst Dresses, Walking Skirts, Hosiery and Uuile.rwe.ar. Men*s and Boys' Dep't. Men's All-Wool Fancy Chovlot Stilts Men's Fashionable, All-Wool Cassl niere Suits, Moil's Stylish nnd Serviceable Black Thibet Suite, Our Children's Dep't In now overflow!p/? with all that's now fortlie little fellow....

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. — 12 May 1903

DEFENSE OF CAMPBELL Mr. Barksdale Spoke at Length In the Senate Saturday. HE WILL DO FOR AMHERST Attacks Iho Regularity of the Proced? ure, and Holds ?hat Campbell Was Persecuted by His Personal Enemies. Whon the amended Joint resolution re? moving Judge C. J. Campbell camo upon He passage In tho Sonato on Saturday, there was but one speech on tho merits of tho case, and that by Mr. Barlisdalc, of Halifax, who sjioke for something mote than an hour, Mr. Barksdulo reviewed tho enso from Its Inception to the cloae, ?iiying that tho memorials lo the General Assembly In tho first Instance embraced but the one charge, that of attacking Crawford, but that the prosecutors had come hero with half a dozen charges, al of which grow out of tho antagonisms ot fudge Campbell's political career, nnd wero formulated and pressed by thoso whom tho Judgo had defeated for ofllce, Ho especially Impressed thu sena tors with tho faot that the present delegate from Amherst had been elected after a cum ?al...

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. — 12 May 1903

THE MARKET CLOSED EASY ?Professional Trading Drifted Sluggishly. KISE DURING FIRST HOUR There Was a Decline on News of En? gagement of Gold for Shipment, and ? Recovery on Covering by Shorts?The Crop Report. (!>y Asiorlnt?'! Pre-t-o NEW YORK. May 31.? To-day's stock market showed no signs ot a revival of sp?culative Interest, nnd tlia sluggish cur? rent on which the professional traders drifted was due entirely to their own operations. There was sn upward ten? dency during the first hour, which waa helped by the buying: of a smnll number of stocks for I<ondon account. The I/on don money market Is still tied up with tbe subscriptions to tho Transvaal loan, or with 8 per cent, subscriptions which was required to accompany the appllcn tlon. Sterling exchange here, however, held firm to-day, and Its decline In Purls left the way open for an export of gold from hero to that point. Consequently ?I.5O0.000 w-na engaged to go out to-mor? row. It was allowed to be understood that t?30O...

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. — 12 May 1903

G* M ?? Mi M M ONE CENT ? WORD. MINIMUM CHARGE 25 Cents, Gneh In Advance TiT. WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRINO GREATEST RESULTS. CHARGE Cesh In Advance ONE CENT A WORD. HELP WANTED?FEMALK. "WANTED, A woman t? no cooking nnd Borierai house work. Apply nt No. 120fi Decntur Street, Manchester, Va. WANTED, A GOOD COOK, WASHER nnd IHONKR. Apply, with rocommen? ilnlion, to IVO W, Marshall Rtf?et. WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, CAPABLE of performing house work. Address, with references, GOOD HOME, care this office. SITUATIONS WANTED?FEMALE. WANTED. BY LADY. POSITION IN country storti, or to take charge of lin? en-room In boarding-house! references given. Address HOPE, 203 VI. Marshall, Richmond, HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED, WHITE MAN TO WORK ON farm and live on the place. Apply to M. M. BLACKER, Chantilly, Broad Street Rond, city. WANTED, COLORED MAN TO DO DIN Ing-ronm and houso work. Apply to AL M. BLACKER, Chantilly, Broad-Street Road. city. WANTED, SALESMAN! EXPERIENCED salesman for rubber goods nnd mi...

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. — 12 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads, Miller & Rhoads. WEATHER FOR EC AST?Fair to-day. P. ?. Corsets For $1.50. This corset is especially suitable to wear under a thin Shirtwaist. Nicely made in Batiste?medium length?trimmed with : Normandie Val? Lace and Ribbon Bow. The Aluminum steel boning prevents rusting from perspiration. $1.50 is avery moderate price for this garment. 50c Imported Linen Grenadines 25c. The handsomest goods that we've seen this year. Natural Linon grounds, with fancy mercerized stripes of pink, green, white and old rose. The mercerizing makes the fabric look like silk and linen. These goods wero imported from Franco early in tho season, and retailed at 50c a yard, but a backtvard spring caused a slump in wholesale pric.3. Wo bought this lot last Aveek to soil at 25c. _>i^s><-?^<M>'$><^<^<?><^ I Social and | % ?Peisonal I Mrs. Duncan, of Loulsvillo, Ky., gavo a. most pleasing talk at tho Woman's Club last afternoon on "Plantation Rem? iniscence-...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

.? .SS? & I WHOLE NUMBER. 16,239. RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13,1903. PRICE TWO CENTS. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS. | - THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May I2.-Forecaat for JWediiesda.y nnd Thursday: Virginia?-Fair Wcdno.silay and Thurs? day; light, Variable wlmis, North Carolina?Pair Wednesday and Thursday, except rain Thursday |n south portion; fresh northeast winds on the coast. \ Although lurking clOuils seemed to Indi? cato rain, yesterday was a pleasant day, _ he temperature was all that could bo de .Ire-'l. Indications aro for fair weather to-day und to-morrow. STATE OP THE THEHMOMETER. ^?.?:.:::::::::::::::?:;:::?:??":?:??:????? ? ?, M. 72 ? "? M.CO ? P. M.?j Ul midnight . Dg Avcraco . OOV? Highest temperature yesterday.?3 Lowest temperature yesterday.M Mean temperature yesterday.fi"! "Normal temperature for "May.07 Departure from nor/ial temperature. M Precipitation during paat _l hours.... 00 MINIATURE ALMANAC. ' May 13, 1003. pun rises.r,:(H | HIGH TIDE. pun nets.7:03 Morning.R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

almost ni well ns Delegate Ware. I am also well Informed ns to the political conditions there. 1 do not think this is the time to it'' into an election ot ? judgo tor thnt county. Tho people o I Am? tierst have had no opportunity to express an opinion as to their choice. I think that the Governor should be Allowed to designate .Bulge White, of Chariot _*? vlllo. to predille over this court. The county will he In his circuit in 1?KI?. I ??? from tho papers thnt the delegate from Amherst will nominate Colmici C, Burks Christian to fill tho vacancy. I tako It that this report Is Hue. If so then tho Amherst delegate will. In my Judgment, nominate a man totally unfit to fill the position. 1 have known Colo? nel Christian since I was a boy ten years of are ?mil 1 ask tbe "ielegfltc from Am? herst If he will nominate Colonel Chris? tlon for the vacant Judgerhlp. (Mr. ' Ware; Yes. he will bo mv candidate). Then I have no hesitation In Baying that a more unfortunate election fer Hint county ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

SEMINARY RECEIVES THOUSANDS A Large Bequest from a Washington Lady. MRS. ELIZABETH DUSEY THE DONOR She Was an Ardent Member of the Presbyterian Church IMPROVEMENTS SOON TO BE MADE Rev. R, P. Kerr, D. D., President of the Board of Trustees?A List of the Graduales?Commencement Exercises Will Take Place To Day. The distinguishing feature of tho clos? of the nlnety-flrBt year of tho Union . Theological Seminary, of this city. Is the ' unnouncemont made yesterday that there lias Just, been recorded a contribution of $30,000 lo'the endowment of the Institution. Tlio donor is Mrs. Elizabeth Duaey, of Washington, who died a short while ago. In her will Mrs. Dusey left a provision for tbe ?lit' to Die Seminary, nnd a copy of tho will accompanied by a letter was received hero a day or two ago. The only reason assigned for her action Is tlio great interest sho had felt In the work of tho Seminary. Mrs. Dusey was a mem? ber of the Presbyterian church in Wash? ington, of which the' Rev, Dr. Pltz...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

The Tiliios-Dispatch rnlilishcil T>ni1y and Weekly at No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vn. Kntcrcrl Jnmrnry 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., ns Second Class Matter, under Act cf Conrrress of March 3, 1970. .Che DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?old nt 2 cents ? copv. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?old nt G? cents a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnil? 60 cents ? mouth"; $r..n0 a year, ??2.fiO for six months; SI ./if? for throe months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a vear. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cludili?? Sunday, by Cnrricr, 15 cents per week. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Girrier, 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, fl.00 yenr. All Unsigned Communications Will bo ? pieci cd. ' Rpjectcd Communications will not lie returned unless accompanied bv stanine. Uptown Ollice? nt T. A. Miller's, l\o. 'PIO East Brond Street. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1903, THE SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY Somo timo apio In noting the financial troubles of the Cramp Shipbuilding Com f.pany of Philadelphia wo subm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

INSTITUTE'S HONORS WON Bright Young Breadwinners Achieve New Glory. AN INSPIRING ADDRESS ? I Dr.'Charles W. Kent, of the University Inspires His Large Audience?Prin? cipal Burgwyn Announces the Successful Students. Tho Mechanics' Institute closed a ses? sion of splendid achievement last night with exercises Inspiring and most ap? propriate to tho occasion. A very largo audience was in attend? ance filling the auditorium of tho hand? some building. On tho platrorm were thoso who had been assigned parts In tho Interesting programme, tho officer? and members of the Board of Trustees, and Principal C. P. E. Burgwyn. Presi? dent Vf. J. Whltehurst presided. Tho exercises began at 8:30 o'clock with muslo by tho orchestra. Introduc? tory remarks were made by President Vv'hltehurst, who took occasion to speak of tho work of the Instituto In a general way. Ho concluded after presenting Mr. Wyndham It. Meredith, who was to Intro? duco tho orator of tbo evening, Professor Charles Vf. Kent, of t...

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. — 13 May 1903

LARGETRACT OFLANDSOLD The March Property to Be Placed on the Market, HURT IN FREIGHT WRECK Young Shadbolt Arrested at Gainesville, Ga., in Connection With Death of Harry Davis, is Released, and is Entirely Innocent. (Special to Tho Times-Dlspntch.) NORFOLK, VA., May li.?The large tract of land, known as the March prop? erty, containing ?d? acres, was trans fisrrcd to-day, The tract Is on the south sido of Tanner's Creek, and has for a long time been under the mangeraient of T. F. Rogers. It was transferred by Kg bert C March, executor under tho will of Peter S. March, Virginia A. March and Laura J. Tuttle, formerly Adams, all of New York, to the Sterling" Place Com? pany. The consideration Is 5150,000. The Sterling Place Company. Is an Improve? ment compnny, nnd the Intention is to add the land as a new RUborb to the city. Tho property will be luid out In lots with Btreots. sewers and other Improvements preparatory to offering It on tho market for sale as residence lots. Mark DWls, ...

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. — 13 May 1903

HAYWOOD ASKS BAIL Hearing Set for May 21st by Judge Douglas. THE KILLING OF SKINNER Col. Thomas M. Argo, of Counsel for the Defendant, Presented the Peti? tion for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Two Judges to Sit. (Special to Tlie Thnes-Illiipiitcti.) RALEIGH, N. C. May 12.?There Is to bo a hearing of the? ease? ngnlnst Ernest ?Tiiywood for tlie Mlllr.g of Ludlow Skin ner Thursday evening, May 2ist, on writ of hnbeas corpus. Colonel Thomas M. Argo, of counsel for Iho defendant, yes? terday morning presented to Judgo Rob? trt M, Douglas, of I ho Supremo Court, Ihe petition for writ nf habeas corpus ori bchnlf of Mr. Hiiywooel, tho purpose be.? Ing to have; a hearing before Judge Doug Ins In order thnt'Mr. H.-iywnod mny bo ?dinltted to ball. After renting the peti? tion, which wns duly verified, Judge Douglas Issued the writ, unking It re? turnable before him in the rooms of the Supreme Court on Thursday afternoon. May 21st, it !l:30 I*. ?. ?>> also ordered Hint the clerk of ihe.? r?npe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

CONVENTION AFTERMATH Delegates Stay Over to See Sights of Savannah. INTERESTING STATISTICS There Were Over a Hundred Thousand Baptisms in the Southern Baptist Church During Yeai?Over Five Thousand in Virginia. (Special from a Staff Correspondent.) SAVANNAH, GA? May 12.?On account of the vory unfavorable weather during four days of the Southern Baptist Con? vention the members could not "do up" the beautiful city and Its charming sub? urbs, and so quite ? number of the dc_l gatcs decided to remain over another day, and they havo be?li keeping the trolley lines and tho 'buses and carriages busy all tho day. Bonncvcnturo, Tybeo and the beautiful parks In which are many handsome and interesting monument- were visited. Sov erol Richmond peoplo have remained over and ore having a good time. The convention loaders say this was ln all respocts the greatest convention the Baptists have ever had, and that more enthusiasm and Intelligent Interest In tlio ?work were shown than ever before. SOME...

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. — 13 May 1903

THE MATTER OF MERGERS House and Senate Agree on tho Corporation Bill. FUNDS FOR THE SCHOOLS Slate Normal at Fnrmville Will Be Pro? vided for?Fifty Thousand for the Penitentiary?Game Bill is Agreed To. -toth houses of the General Assembly held two sessions yesterday and disposed of a great deal of Important work. They agreed to the conference commit? tee's report on tho merger ' clause of House bill 10-, relating to corporations, after a stiff Ughi, nnd they both took similar action with reference to the re? port of the conferees on the general game bill. The House, on motion of Mr. Jennings, of Lyncliburg, agreed to the Senate amendments to the bill relating to tho fraudulent Hale of goods in bulk, und Mr. Cabell offered a bill to allow tho B'ile of liquor on prescription by drug? gists In local option districts. The stimo bill was olfered In the Senate. At the afternoon session of the House partial consideration waa given to the bill relating to cities nnd towns, but tho body adjou...

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. — 13 May 1903

GAINS WERE WIPED OUT Upward Movement In Spots followed General Decline. STEEL STOCK SUFFERED Report of Cut in Price of Billets Made by Its Competitors Caused Break Which Carried Preferred Point Below Previous Closing. (??T Associatoci ????.) XEW YORK, May 12.?There wns a languid upward movement of prices In spots during a part of to-day's session of the Stock Exchange, but before the ilny's trading was over selling- had de Velo|H?d on the largest activity of the day, which wiped out practically all the pre? vious gains mikI established losses of a point In United Otates Steel preferred and Now York Central. The official announce? ment of the Hock lsland-St. Louis luid Ban Francisco deal was an Influence nt the opening, although, the direct effect was confined to St. Louis and Srji Francisco. Rock Island hum; hack. There, wns trad? ing In tho outside market In the new . Rock Island ? per cent, collateral bonds, when Issued, nnd the establishment of quotations nt f-H to !<2 afforde...

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. — 13 May 1903

?/*? *\ ?i ONE CENT MINIMUM CHARGE Cash In Advance WORKING WANT ADS. THAT BRING GREATEST RESULTS. MIHiMUM CHARGE 2S Genis, Cash in Advance ONE GENT A WORD. a?; HELP V/ANTED?FEMALE. .WANTED, AT ONCE, GOOD EXl'EUN enced NURSE for child 1V4 years ?id; nurso must board herpclf. Apply nt 217 East Main Street at 12:30 to-day. WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE OMULS TO learn to make paper heixcs; good wages while learning; also experienced hands wanted. Apply JOHNSTON PAPER BOX CO., No. 810 Twenty-fourth Streot. SI TU ATI O ? S W? ? ? ? _G?F EMALE. ., A^s?ooR^svmvEAv?mnf lady of ??? experience In best Institutions, wishes fall or summer engagement; school or family; Mathematics, English, Latin, French, Music; highest trstlmon jais. VIRGINIAN, core this offlco. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED. WHITE MAN TO WORK ON farm and live on the. place. Apply to M. M. BLACKER, Chantilly. Broad Street Road, city. WANTED, ACTIVE PA RTNER IN legitimate business, already establish? ed, paying well; fullest Investigation In? v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 13 May 1903

Miller ? Rhoads. Miller ? Rhoads. WEATHER FORECAST?Wednesday fair. Our Dress Goods Dep't. is Now Showing In Great Variety. Cream Wools and Silk and Wools Especially Suitable for Graduation and Commencement Dresses, Visiting Gowns and Outing Costumes? Cream fabrics were never so fashionable or tho "weaves so v.iried and beautiful as they aro this season. Soft, sheer, filmy aud clinging Voiles, Mistrals, Albatross, Eta mines aud other kindred fabrics admirably display tho beauty of con? tour, which is the secret of stylo this spring. Cream Mistral, 50c. and $1.00. Cream Salt Cloth, $1.19. Cream Crepe Egypta, 75c. Cream Henrietta, 59c. Cream ?Sol?an, $1.00. Cream Mohair Brllliantlne, 50c. Cream Sicilian, 85c. Cream Albatross, 39 and 50c. Cream Batiste, 39 and 50c. Cream Wool Crepe, 75c. Cream Cheviot, 85c. Corded Wash Silks, 19c. Yard. To-day we will placo on salo 537 v?ards of Corded -? ???, Wash Silks, ?it, yard....,. iyC. Prices Are Down Very Much on Lined Colored Silk Waists. Waist...

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