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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

THE COMBINATION HAS DISSOtVED Alex. Brown & Sons Withdraw from Railway. Light and Ferry Consolidation. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) million dollar electric railway, light, gas and ferry combination hero Is dissolved. Tho combination embraced twelve lines of electric railways, with electric and gas lighting plants and the ferries of Norfolk, Portsmouth. Berkley, Newport News, Hampton and Old Point. There were 320 miles of^trnck, and all the light and power plants about Hampton Honda In The capitalists were Alexander Brown tk Sons, Baltimore, represented by W. J. }'aynr.\ holding properties of* the Newport News side, nnd .1. J.. Williams, of Richhiond, and D. Mlddendorf, of Baltimore, holding Uiu properties in and about this city. E. C. Hal.hn.wny, malinger here, announces the. withdrawal of the Brown Interests, but nays tho dissolution la not due to a fniluro to float the bonds of thn blf; concern) becauso the bonds havo not be-on printed. The roads, which withdraw* b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

a HE RAILWAY WORLD. | Mr. R. W. Hammond, passenger agent Of the Chicago Great Western, In Chicago, lias resigned to become city passenger *>cent of tho Big Four, to succeed tho late Mr. W. R. Parker. Judgo Lacombo. In tho United States Circuit Court, li»9 Blgned ar, order extending the date for t,he. payment of thn receiver's certificates of the New York and Ottflwn Railway Company from July 11. 1909, to January 1, 3C04. Mr. Santiago Mender, secretary of tho department of communications, city of Mexico, has rr?lg;nfiri and will lie appointed general Inspector of tho Mexican of tiif* Southern Railway nt Chattanooga, Robinson have been appointed to similar positions nt Greensburg. N. C. best* In the n hl9ttlfy Of our S road, Texna and Oklahoma being far In excess of nil provous years, while In Kansas the crop has jn only two occasions equalled the yield mY, L. P. Lewis, passenger agent of the Ohio Central Lines, at Detroit. Mich., has been transferred to Columbus, 0., as pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

Thalhimer's_ Thalhimer^s_ Thalhimer's Great Summer Sale. Another Record Hreaker! ' 59c White Silk, 4-Oc t/ard. 6 pieces 27 -inch White Hnbutal Silk, worth Af\r 89c, lor, yard ut> 50c Black Potted Mull for 29c. 60c Blnck Dotted Silk Mulls, 2Or now, yniri *>>*>. 25c White Striped Muslin for IGtyc \Jard. 10 plecec "f Beautiful Sheer White Lace | f/2hr fltrlped Muslins, all 25c. qualities, for lKf /O^ Msn's SI Underqnrments for SO': Sach. Men's Colored Lisle-Thread "OHs Make" Undershirts and Drnwers, that were $1.00 each, now, garment cM -'«' Sacrifice of M fancy Silks. All Foulard nnd Checked Taffeta Silks greatly reduced. 36-inch Madras for Bifcc tfard. 21 pieces of 3C-lncli-wlde Madras, all neat effects, for Bhlrt-walst suits nnd men's shirts, thnt were ftIA/-. 12>,4c, now, yard "Ar Men's 75c toh'te tfeqtigee Jhirts, 50c. Men's Whito N* B l| Kee Shirt*, plain white, fancy white bosom, nnd nil white lace effects, nil good Cf)/-. 7...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

« PASSING OF GO. COURT The Luncnburg Sovereigns Will Be Lost Without It. rALK OF CLUB MEETINGS The Democratic Committee to Decide Monday as to the Question of Ordaring a Primary— Work of Lightning. (Special to Tho Tlmes-DJspateh;) MEIIEIUUN. VA., July n.-Thero la no county within the borders of tho Old Dominion that her citizens will Wnolirn Ihe departure of the reffular term of County Court which has been wiped out under iho recent Constitutional Convention more than Luncntuirß. Court day in tills county lms always b«en considered a holiday among a oert.iln class of people, who attend regularly, every cour.t to discuss and hear discussed Ihe various subjects Hint Interests the people of the old "Free State." At every cession of tho court largo crowds Will be found who are drnwn to the county sent solely to meet their friend, and reunion aiter reunion of this nature Is held on thn court preen once every month. • This Is nlso a great day for the politicians, who congregate hero anfl ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

Tiiere In. howivijr, c-iiy J'.r ii of work which Ids alwnyH Iti'loiwl pevllnrly to women by the dlvlnn rii;ht of tho eternal fltnesa of things, namely sowing. From time immemorial tht>r<» havo neon hundreds nnd thousand* of women <he world over who liav.; supported thftnipelv's by their n<.-edli?. Tho greatest metropolis the most obscure vlllnp<? has alike >ta dressmaker. In its broarWt nonso the term sewing plrl may bo tinted to designate that vn.st nrmv of women who In any way übo tho no<;(flo or a moans of Mivport, wlietner It lw» the fashionable modiste or tho mis- CONFERENCE ON MOUNTAIN Interdenominational Gathering of Young Christians. A FORWARD MOVEMENT One Hundred and Sixty-two Delegates Meet at Lookout Inn— Profound Spirit of Worship Pervaded the • Crowd— Strong Addresses. (Written for The Times-Dispatch.) -VOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, July 9.-One of the most significant garherlr|gs o£ the summer Is now comin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

8 A FUSION PRIMARY The Political Breach In Norfolk County Widened. A VERDICT ON A LETTER John Pickens, on Trial for Murder, is Bailed in a Small Sum— A Famous Pension Swindler Under Arrest—Notes and Gossip. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.) ICORfOIiK, VA., July 11.— The breach between the two factious In Norfolk county politics was widened ft llttlo moro ko-day, when tha members of the fusion committee met In Portsmouth and decided to hold a primary for tho nomination of county officers. This la tho most definnt act since tho Plate Central Committee decreed thßt ithere should b« but one committee, and that Geors 1 * W. Jones, of the Stralghtout faction, waa the duly elected chairman \>t that pommittea. BLANTJBR SUIT ON A LETTER. Jacob Anthony won a verdict In the slander eultftgulnst the National Accident Association of New York. This suit was based on a letter sent by the defendant, \n which tho plaintiff was refused a policy on the statement that he was physically and mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

MANCHESTER POLICEMEN Extras Will Remain on Until Close of Inquest. BOARD'S ACTION CHANGED Manchester People Married In Wash. ington— Large Delegation of Elks Going to Baltimore— Funeral Services— Church Services. Manchester Jiurcau Times-Dlspatoh, \ 1112 Hull Street. J Another meeting of the Police Board xsns hold last night, and it v/ao decided to reconsider tha action taken at tho mooting I'Mday night, when the bourd determined to put off all but two of the special officers. Tho board last night decided to continue tho special ofllcors In service until tho conclusion of the coroner's inquiry into tho shooting of Luther Taylor. This Inquiry will hardly be over beforo Tuesday night, at the earliest. MARRIED IN WAHHINGTON. Two Manchester people were united In Washington last Tuesday. Both arc well known, tho lady being Miss Lillian M. Adams and tho groom Mr. J. Rawllngs Hubbird. Tho ceremony was performed at tha home of thfe bride a brother. E. L. Adams, No. WO Ninth Street, N. E., W...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

AUCTION SALES— MONDAY, PHy J. Thompson Brr,wn & Co.. lUB Main Street. OURT PALE. TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER OF Df hGiSS OT LSliaP 9 KEAR NEW CENTRAL OR DARr.VTOWN ROAD, SIX MILES EA.ST OF Pursuant to n decteft of the Circuit Court of Henrico county, in the pu!t of Mnrk Hardin vs. Edward J. and Knt.o J. CURSen, enterrc.l June »!. 1003, tho undersigned special commissioner will sell at public auction, in front of HerirlcO County Court, MONDAY, ,IfLY 13TH, AT 12 M.. Hip properly described In said decree ns follow?: Ceffftin tract nf Innd In Jlomlco county, about miles below city o, niohniond, nmir the New Ccntarl or Dnrbytown Ro.nl, upon which the father of Edward EnrOllghty lived, bounded on thn Jacob' A. Atlot, on the south by Hutson Jordan nnd other?, containing sixty-seven conv-'yed to Edward J. Cussen b,' Frank Phillips. TEKMS-Cnsh. as to expense of sale and to pay n note of $!>2.CO, with Interest from October 16, I!>'">2. balance six, twelv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

IT HELP WANTED— FEMALE. WANTED, fin accomplished, trustworthy lady C/NVAWBII: wnnled "Hl"' f"f Wchmond. Mnn<-he«ier, rrtmburii. Norfolk and other cities, to fell n new lw,ok. Just out: » nnlqu*. Mtmcllve. qiilrk noilln*. money getting book. •nd collect nn «hn Hells; nn active. MJOlntJ worker ought to vll 26 to no iople* of th « b'nullfnl linok dally, rrnll7.li>>: from 11.-W to *12r,0 rn«|i per day fw nervier*, lor Interview adrfrr-M SUCCESS. at. thl* off lce. WANTED, ft COOK it 915 Park Avenue. WANTED, a whits WOMAN* country *r»* preferred, to cook «n<l clean for family of two. living In tho country. Apply <«" '01 "• CBr r Rtr^pt (Second floor). lADIEB WANTED to take »'P our SiWerware nub offer: nothing to «ell. emirs'"., or to wrllo: ni capltnl needed. Tlie nenr-»t. br>«t and most honorable, genteel opportunity to «">- er.ro a handsome m plnci> set of tin" Tnbl» Kllverwnrc. lme«* pattern. 1 prep...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

Si 12 Tlie Dangers Which May Result From an Inelastic Currency, In a speech recently made by President Roosevelt, he b«« declared that the SdVptatlon of the cu 5 an , 0y .,£.- t '\, ? ha pansion of tho country's busings >» -£« niost Important queation «o be sol-ma oy OO The reS baXLr l of° ! tt r he country concur. or .Congress, Secretaries o «>« £ JSuly &nd Chambers of Commerce hnvo vaiuu "$2 £&n of thi. MttdU >- tgjg to devMop the fact that there v, » * iron* md .rowW fee»u« tJiroug h*ut tha b ties* ond financial world in caicr «■• Is callod nn elastic curranoy Public sentiment demand^ t, i«t yong shall Rive tho bank, * power 1 L extraordinary danger In tlmei or fxr.n Mmmmm mult. [n.coTiß.qiience. ha h .f seF n shu-e 1 counw having ° at *°™ "tLre b^nc Volume of the ourrency and thrro Mine «o law for »"«£««£«>..£• a $ fiSf£W toScSSS? to-sult th. volume *~ Xi »> » rm-r.-nc- h*« row ud, pa we all v««t i,-n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

THREE SECTIONS. THE FIGHT OVER THE OUTINGS The Standing of Those Who Are Running. MISS DORA BERRY LEADING THE RACE Two Others. However, Are Very Close to Her Record. VERY MANY ARE IN EASY REACH The Next Statement to Appear Thursday, July 16th — Those Who Are in the ''Lucky Fourteen" Class. Coupons to Be Brought to this Office Af!»r Tuesday. | STANDING OF ENTRIES I f TEE-DEE° R OUTING | f CONTEST, | | SATURDAY NOON, JULY I2TH. ! Ml»s Dora Berry, Miss Inez Taylor 4,823 Mrs. F. M. Tlmberlake, Miss Aurella Tlmberlake 4,680 Miss Helen East, Miss Mildred Jones 4,565 Miss Irene Robinson, Miss Cenle Schaaf 3,986 Miss Carrie Vaughan, Miss Eugenia Coohlll 3,506 Miss Rosalie Robinson, Miss Edna V. Branch 2,840 Miss Frances Overby, Mlos Virginia Overby 2,512 Miss Annie Smith, Miss Katie Smith 2,501 Miss L. Booth, Miss E. Hicks 2,461 Mies Ora Reynolds, Mlsb Carrie Reynolds 2,413 Miss Mary R. Thaw, Mlso-Allce B. Thaw 2,300 Miss Sallle Covlngton. Miss Mamie Johnson 2,011 Miss Julia Jones. Miss Ver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

■ lIKgM nffMis* Mind up, «nd it wns Stated that Ofhc.fr Anclo» who h.id nr- • rived on th« scene by this time, had hfr^rd Abbott utter th" cry. Mr. Anclo vigorously protpsted that ho hnd not, nnd thua the dtpputn began, daplftln ' Oulgon jiArslsted that tlio nfflcor had hmrd nnd the officer perslsto,i tlmt ho Jir.d hot A "yon did." "1 didn't" nffnlr *n«u«<l, p.nd flnnlly Mr. Angle decUred 'flntly: "1 didn't Jienr him, nnd nobody enn sn.v t did." "1 say you bonrd him," replied tho 'Captain', or words <n thnt offfct. Then. .ircordhiK tn Cnplnln Onlcon, Iho How v,-n« struck. Antrlo rnls-ni 1i(.« liftnd and IL-nff^d «t tho Witness, who tiuCKctl Jiis heßd. but recfK'ed n Rlariclnft blow O-: tbo chin. "f kept '"V BITIIS hy hi.V Hide" s.il'l Cspt^ln Oulirnn, "I don't think |t nocils nny explnnnlion tn this court why 1 did not ropont. nr rMurn (be blow 'nt such .1 mntnont In tli" pro?eni-o nf nn melfcl crowd of ponplo. T cnllod for Ahtfip'S .irrost. Mvl bo wns tnltcn I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

THE KING A SOCIALIST Peter Karageorgevltch Wears an Uneasy Crown. WOMEN GOOD LISTENERS They Sat Out tho Long Sessions of the French Chamber When the Deputies Themselves Were Worn Out. »yy JOHN .JOSEPH CONWAY, M. A. [Special Cable to The Times- Dispatch, Copyright, 1903.) PARIS, July U.-Tho fact that England hn.B withdrawn her minister from Belgrade, that the dulled HtatPS minister ■will bn at least studiously slow In presenting his papers ami thnt Russia InBiFtH thnt the murderers of King Alexander and Qnee Dniga be brought to justice nro only a few of the considerations! which make the crowned head qt Peter Karageorgovltch uneasy. Ab Prince Pierre, tho new King of Servln. Is known to hnvo been an advanced socialist. He belonged to the pronounced nchool of Jules Guesfle rather than to -the conßtltutlonal and parliamentary soclallßm of Jean Jnurefl, now vlco-presldent of the Chamber of Deputies. Tho French socialist, clubs are dIBCUBSinK the riueptlon: Con a, king bo a so-j-altry maj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Ptib!f«hert Dn!ly nnd Weekly nt, No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Eniered January 27. 1903, at Richmond. Va., ns SecondClass Mntter, under Act of Confrrcs* of March S, 1870., .be DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is •old at 2 cents n •copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is nold nt 5 cents n copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnilBO cents n monUi{ $5.00 a yonr, ?2.. r .O for six months; $1.50 for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail (12.00 a year. The DATLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $«: clndJnff Sunday, in Richmond nnd Manchester, by Carrier; 12 cents per week, *>r 50 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, fi cenfs per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 year. All TJnsipned Communications will bo rejected. Rejected Communications ■will not be returned unless necompairiea by stnmps. Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. 510 East Broad Street. SUNDAY, JULY 12, IOCS Persons leaving the city for tho summer should order The Tlmcs-Dlspatch mailed to them. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

J:cloty Is anywhere n!hor than In tho city during July. It dlpports Itself boKidn the "«ad B<ia waves" and transforms Virginia. Beach, Ocean Vlrw, Wllloughhy, Buckroe and Old Point Into scenes of gayety, llfo nnd movement. Society, In tho shapo of thn Roaslde girl, Ib most alluring to the masculine elemput, which Is never fo happy when complying wllh the dom&nd mido. by Rnunterlng on tho v. hlto Bands, buffeting tho briny surf, prnmnnadlng 111 tho moonlglhf. or dancing wllh the waves outside, making a throbbing undertone to the strains of music within. Tho Virginia mountains tire clulmlng nocioty, too. in the many mountain rT.ort hotels, on the golf grounds arid tennlß court, on tho porticos and In th<« hall-room, rldliu;, driving and walking, the smart pet find each hour wmi> now diversion for the long, bright mid-sum-mer days that nro pausing In tho passionate- glow of July. Camping parties urn quite the fad this year. They have always ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

6 Pleasures of Summer at Mountain and Seashore OLD SWEET IN ITS GLORY A Sweet Old Picture In a New Setting. ELECTRIC LIGHTS PUT ON They Made Celebration of the Fourth More Patriotically Brilliant— The Personnel This Season Characteristic of the Past. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) \jLJJ SWEET, July 11.— Hotels and cottage* are filling rapidly, now that hot days In the cities Impel people to seek cool places. And where could one find * cooler or lovelier spot than "Old Bwee-t." It Is well named, this most ancient, Signified, quaint and picturesque of Vlr-. glnlan summer resorts. The improvements thftt have been and are being made, •while adding some modern conveniences to the place do not. divest It of its oldfashioned comforts and charm. Rope brick hotels ajid cottages were built before the days of cramped rooms and unsatisfying windows, abundant ventilation, thick walls and spaciousness contribute to the coolness of the, apartments. The electric lights have been installed In the....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

A SOCIETY IN NORFOLK Doings of Folks In the City by tho Sea. SEVEN- HAND EUCHRE Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Entertain a Party of Friends Aboard Their Yacht Margaret— Will Sail to See Races for America's Oup (Sroolnl to The Tl tnes\DUpitcb.) NORFOLK, VA., July U.-A birthday party was given Tuesday evening by Mr. .7. Leland Hotmh at his homo, In College* Place. Seven hand euchre was played and the first lntly's prize, a lace fan, wan awarded to Mrs. Lewis Baker, while tho gentleman's first prize, o. gold pin, was won by Mr. Lewis Bakor. Tho consolation, a book, was drawn by Miss Emily Mr. Boush's guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bdkor. Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Curd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wood, Mrs. Ritchie, Miss Blanche Baker. Miss Minnie Bakor. Miss Elolse Chamberlalne, Miss Gussio Newton, Miss Helen Rogers, Miss Nan Kensett, Miss Skinner, of Philadelphia; Misses Emily Ruth and Margaret Wilson, Mr. Hunter Rogers. Mr. Edward Wllcox, Mr. Julius Stanlleld. Mr. Savago. Mr. Junlus Wllcox, Mr. R. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

» VIRGINIA EDITORS; WHAT THEY THINK '•Not Even n Twofer." The Clinch Valley News ha? the Barksdale Inw to a fine point. It says: Ab to what extent money enn be safely or legimately used in elections since the pissape of the pure election law, a gentleman who has studied th" provisions of the law snya that a candidate cannot give even n cignr, nor the smallest posMblo consideration, directly or Indirectly, with a motive without either violating the law and laying himself liable, or perjuring himself when taking the oath after election, as prescrlbcl. And this was the very 'object of the law, to make a perfect, absolute prevention of the almost universal custom in this State, with both parties, of buying nnd Influencing votes with money, or other consideration. The old custom rf making contribution to churches. BchoolhoußCS, "r other benevolent objects, giving presents, show tickets, or any other consideration whatsoever, for tho purpose of influencing votes, either directly or indire...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

r 5B PRESSURE WAS SEVERE rrofosslonals Made Attack on Stock Market, HAMMERED N, Y. CENTRAL Pennsylvania Was Also Woak and St. Paul Droppdd— Close Was Active and Near Lowest-— Few Rallies Not Being Woll Held. (Ry Afßotlntccl Pi^s.) ffiZW i'.dltk, July 11.--TIK! niork nmrkft waß .-ifi.-iiu ntibjoctcd to fiovero eftllliik prftftsiiro to-dnv under (ho irnptitßA of tho Hiitno inOtlvog rh Imvn prnin|i|r.| tlm Bollln« for tiio two day« previous. Tlm pl'OdKliro iilif.n Now VnrU Oiilihl wnfi tho rtidsl 1 otiMpiiiioiiH foftlUro of tlio niHrid't, nnd enroled llm |)rlco dotvii i" per bcoktt throueli tliolr -ihovluuh low jovolp for tho yc«r 11 nd Hiuh brßitn tho unrnvorinc nf frPfli Rtop I'.hs ordftrt. whl(*h lihcl lmen pretty woll t'loanct\ up above tlm yenr's provious low lovels. Tlic niinkot olosod nctlvo and lirnr tho lowest, tho fow late mlllcs not beinc well hold. I'rlcos of bonds havo Bfittlod to a lowsr hn'-ls (fen Tally, nlthoueh Rome of the favorite active Issucb lihv c been compurallv...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 12 July 1903

fro JULY LINEN BARGAINS. We did not need Linens, but when a price Is made such ns we paid for these we took them. Look nt the details for the bargains: Linen Pillow Sham? and Scarfs, open A lot of manufacturers' lengths Tahpmptltehod, «f><\ each. b]p Linen— l to ?,\b yards in a pieceOpen Hemstitched Linen Tray Cloths *<»■ <° 05p - a yard. bl * ™'"M-for" Mfor l^tfo each vallie 35c Fine Linen Suiting, heavy, °no yard bMlUfl r>nrmu<=k Table Tops, 84 inch- wide, for 2r,0. a yard, Instead of J»c. mby 4fi Inches, made to Ml at M.25, \a** *£ «■ Wer wdo Irish Linen for BOe. each. Suiting, Imported to sell at <lc, now Linen Fringed Doylies, regular 60c. BOc i a yard. a dozen, now two for Be, Fine Sheer Linen Lawn, only IM 800 yards Double Damask Irish Table yards, for 80c, a yard, instead of jUnens, Imported to fell at $1.25 and 60c. $I.fi ft , now SJs<*. nnd !M n yard. Heavy Linen Suiting 1 — one-half ll...

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