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AT A SACRIFICE.
Remnants of Leather Belting up to 12
.inches Wide. Job Lot of Wood and Iron
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Instruction in MiiMic.
Professor Charles Borjes, organist of
Cumberland Street M. B. church, takes
pleasure in announcing to the public
bf'Norfolk and vicinity that lie is how
giving 'all his time to the teaching of
music, piano, violin, mandolin, 'and
flute, at his studio, Y. M. C. A? building.
Terms and particulars can be learned
on application by letter or In person.
I>i'm. 2[<iri:ton ?V I'ire.v.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Consul?
tation free. ISO Main street. Norfolk,
Lil/bey and Mount Washington Cut
Class at low prices at Chupman &
Over 500 people fitted with glasses In
Norfolk by Dr. WECK, and no com?
plaints. P. H. GALE. 152 Main st.
Prof, A. HlellcJtJtn'H Dnuciug Acnilcmy
C1P.S3 for ladies' and gentlemen Mon?
days ami Fridays S p. m.; for ladles'
and children Tuesdays and Saturdays,
4 p. m.
Lamp Tables and Five-o'Clock Teas
new styles, at Chapman & Jakeman's.
Do your glasses suit you? If not see
Dr. WKCK, b'.a Main St.
Oyster Sandwiches at Mac's, 5 cents.
All glasses fitted by Dr. WECK guar
. cntc-cd oy F. IL OALIi, 152 M.'iin St.
Half-Dozen Sterling Silver Teaspoons
in case for ?4.
CHAPMAN ? JAKRMAN.
Sterling Silver Mounted Pocket
. rtooks, Seal and Alligator, for 'I.', cents
each. CHAPMAN & JAKE-MAN./
OiiaVse fuuUwlches at Mac's, C cents.
YESTERDAY IN COURT
Detective Richardson Loses Another Case.
But Not Through His Own.Fault.
THE CORPORATION AND OTHER COURTS
To 1'ctltlon I lie Governor? An Expen*
Hire Hide-JikIkc Itiiri-ougliN <lot%
,! in en I Agnlunt 'lessrs. Ilollon
mill Vernier? ISccda Recorded ami
Justice Seneca liail a very small und
unimportant docket to dispose of yes?
RICHARDSON AOAIN LOSES.
Detective Richardson, who hus been
so uniformly unfortunate lately in
having the cases conducted by him
dismissed, witnessed another dismissal
by the .lustIce in the Police Court yes?
terday. Tliis was not. however, din;
to any fault of Ihe detective, us tti?
dismissal was solely due to compassion
for the prisoner's paralysed, mother,
who needed the accused to support her
and which caused Justice Seneca to let
the man off. The accused was a col?
ored man. named William Jones, whom
ihe detective had arrested for drunken?
ness, Jones stated the condition of
his old mother and as he did not have
the money lo pay his line, und would
be committed lo Jail. His Honor look
pity on the mother and released him.
THE BLACK SI IEEE.
A young and Intelligent looking man,
named John J. Stevenson, stood before
Justice Seneca yesterday charged by
Otllccr Eraser with being a suspicious
character. The olllccr testified that lie
had seen the young man around Mr. N.
B. Joy ties' place, on Church street, on
several occasions and kept his eye on
him. (">n Friday night he located the
young man In an out house Just back
of Mr. Joynes' place, and as he could
a.d give an Intelligent account of him?
self, the ofllccr took him In.
The boy. who is remarkably good
looking, testified that he was lb.' son of
a prominent Philadelphia Magistrate;
that his parents were rich and of high
standing, but that lie was the black
sheep hi the (lock, as he was the only
member of the family that was wild.
Hi' hereupon pulled a picture from his
pocket, showing his alleged family,
taken in a group, the "black sheep"
among them. He claimed that he came
hero expecting I" gel work, but had
been disappointed and was out of funds.
He did not wish lo beg. so ho wont
lulo the shed to sleep, lie denied that
he bad committed any violation of the
law. and as none was proven, Justice
Seneca dismissed the case.
RECOGNIZED Til 10 SHOES.
Mr. Nicholas A Iba no, who keeps a
shoo shop on Granby street, near Char?
lotte, swore out a warrant on Thursday
charging a young colored boy, named
Waller Wilson, with stealing a pair of
Shoes from his shop. In the Police
Court yesterday Mr. Albano testified
that he missed the shoes some lime ago
j and upon going Into a barber shop
where Wilson was employed, he recog?
nized the shoes on the boy's feet, and
renn inhering that the accused had vis?
ited his shop al about the time of the
loss, ho swore out the warrant against
him. Tlic boy swore Hint ho bought
(he shoes three weeks ago from a col?
ored man. who keeps a shop mi Queen
Street, and contended (hat If given time
he could bring witnesses to prove It.
Justice Seneca thereupon continued the
case until next Tuesday for additional
evidence, and Ihe boy was bailed In
the Bum of for his appearance.
AN EXPENSIVE HIDE.
John Gobi), colored, attempted to steal
a ride from Norfolk lo Lambert's Point
oh Friday, on a Norfolk and Western
coal car, but Special Ofllccr Bnrrom de?
tected him and placed htm under ar?
rest, in ihe Police Court yesterday
Cohb's only excuse was thai he was
promised work at Lambert's Point and
was endeavoring lo get (here. His
? Honor evidently remembered that Lam?
bert's Point Is within walking distance,
so he lined Cobb S:'..'.'."i and he went to
jail in default. The prisoner wishes
now that he had walked.
CHARLES ORMSBY'S CASK.
When the ense of Charles Ortnsby.
charged by the young boy, Bernard
Harris, with assaulting him. was called
In ihe Kolice Court yesterday morning
both sides appeared with cniinsel and
fought the ense for all they were worth.
The evidence was conflicting and Ills
Honor, wanting time to consider II. look
the case under advisement.
John Cobb. colored, unlawful trespass;
lined SI and costs.
Albert Egleston, colored, suspicious
character; continued to (he ?th.
Albert Egleston, colored, carrying
concealed weapons; continued to the
Walter Wilson, colored, larceny; con?
tinued to the Mh.
D. O. Thomas, colored; breach of the
William Jones. J. R. Peodcn. colored,
C. K. Simpson, F. Smith, G. Gordy,
white, drunk; lined SI and ocsta.
The argument on ihe motions for a
new (rial in (ho cases of Pat. Dooker,
who was fined $500 for violating Ihe llq
iptor laws, and Mike Romain, who was
sentenced to one year in the peniten?
tiary Kir feloniously shooting Thomas
Harps, colored, was continued until the
Noven,her term of the court by request
of counsel. The prisoners were con?
victed at the last term of the court.
T!ie bonds In the following eases
were declared forfeited by Judge llun
ckei, the accused failing to appear for
J. (1. Cray, forgery; Abe Jordnn, as
Srillll; Emma Hell, carrying a saw lo her
husband In Jail to aid in his escape;
Alex. Grant, petit larceny: Robert Gray,
carrying concealed weapons.
Matt M. Lewis, colored, keeping a
disorderly house, balled in the sum of
$100, J. C. Asbury surety.
Judge Hnnckel granted new trials in
the cases of James Mallard and William
lllnes, both convicted of fornication.
Court <il I.uw mid Chancery,
The hung jury in (ho case of Frey va
Kurruss is said lo have s(ood eleven
lo one in favor of giving the plaintiff
the full sum sued for (about $3,700),
but that one held out and they could
DR. NEWBILL WINS.
Judge Martin, in the Court of Law
and Chancery yesterday gave Judgment
in favor of Dr. C. F. Newbill for $160
against the Norfolk Street Railroad
Company. Dr. Newbill sued the rail?
road company for $590 damages on ac
court of the ruining of his horse and
carriage by one of the electric cars
of the company in Atlantic City ward
some time ago.
JUDGMENT FOR JUDGE BUR?
Judgment In favor of Judge William
H. Burroughs for $70.60 against Com?
missioners Verdler and Bolton was ren?
dered by a Jury In the Court of Law
and Chancery yesterday. The suit
was to recover from the defendants
S1G7 claimed to be duo the plaintiff for
leKal services rendered In the suit of
Velllnes vs. Verdler and Bolton.
The gist of the defense was that Mr.
Verdler did not participate in the en?
gaging of Judge Burroughs as counsel,
and was not. therefore, liable and that
Mr. Bolton was simply acting In con?
junction with a reform committee and
believed that Judge Burroughs' was
contributing his services gratis on ac?
count of his sympathy with the reform
movement and reform committee; that
he was not formally engaged as said
Damages were laid at $500. but S1C7
was the actual amount asked for by
The following suits were entered in
the Court of Law and Chancery yester?
Mrs. Mercede De S. Edwards vs. J.
T. Cannon and J. T. Cannon. Jr., to re?
cover $5,000 damages for Injury to
plaintiff's eye. caused by an explosion
of fireworks In front of defendant's
store, on Church street, last Christmas.
Damon & Feet vs. Bennett, Kowson
& Deggc; in assumpslt; damages, $1.200.
B. M. Batchelder vs. Leila 11. Clay
and T. W. Clay; in assumpslt; datnnges,
Itccils of Itnrgalo anil Sale*
Mrs. John T. Howard to Julia O. Col?
lins, a lot and buildings on Clay avenue,
nenr llamliii avenue: consideration.
Lydia V. Hudgins, trustee, to Mrs. M.
.1. Velllnes, a lot with Improvements
thereon, on Lovltt avenue, near Park;
Will Petition the Uovernor.
Mr. Julius T. Saunders. attorney for
the four shop-lifters who were con?
victed a short time atio by Justice Br.r
roughs and sentenced to terms in Jail,
appeared before JudKC Hanckel in the
Corporation Court yesterday and asked
that the Judge would investigate the
case of Mary Barnes, one of the women,
as he proposed to petition Governor
O'Ferrall lo release her or commute het
sentence to fifteen days In Jail. In con?
sideration of the woman's physical con-'
dition and other mit n:at inc. circumstan?
ces, and he would request the Judge to
endorse the petition If he thought the
facts .Instilled him In doing so.
Judge Hanckel stated that he would
Investigate the ease on Justice Bur?
roughs' return home. Mr. Saunders
also slated that he will ask for u re?
duction of the sentence Imposed upon
Julia Hlnton, in consideration of the
valuable services she rendered the Com- |
monwcnlth by turning State's evidence
and assisting In apprehending the other
THE CHURCHES TO-DAY.
Wliere. When and Wlirtl Sermons
fait lie Heard.
At several of the churches to-day
services will be conducted in the In?
terest of the Union Mission. A special
service In behalf of the same cause
will be held at the Academy of Music
at 3 p. m.. when a number of noted
speakers will deliver addresses.
Memorial Christian Temple.?Ser?
vices: .Sunday school at 0:3(1 a. m.,
preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.
by the pastor, with the Christian En?
deavor at G:4ii p. m.
Centenary M. E. Church?Rev. E. H.
Uawllngs, pastor.?Sunday School at
9:10 a. m. Preaching ami Holy Com?
munion at morning service. 11 o'clock.
Rev. W. B. Bonuchnmp will preach at
7:45 p. m. Usual services Wednesday
and Friday al 7:45 p. in.
Grace Baptist Church.?Preaching at
II a. in. and 7:45 p. m., by the pastor.
Rev. W. S. Lenke. Subjcclt in the
morning. "Gideon's* Hand." Subject
at night. "Death in the Port."
Second Presbyterian Church?Bev.W.
S. Lacy, I."). D., pastor.?-Divine ser?
vice to-morrow at 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p.
m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Youns
people's prayer meeting at 7 p. in.
Granby Street M. E. Church.?Ser?
vices to-day at 11 a. in. and 7:45 p. m.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. A. Coke
Smith. P. D. Morning subject: False
and True Security. Night: On this
Hock l Will Build My Church. Sunday
school at D:15 a. m.
St. Peter's P. E. Church?Rev. W. D.
Smith, rector.?Regular services nt 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy communion
after inornlg service. Mission service
In the evening, and at 12 M., and 7:45
p. in. during the week.
Trinity M. E. Church. South.?
Preaching at 11 a. in. by the pastor.
W. I!. BeauchamPi and at 7:45 by Rev.
E. II. Rawlings.
Bank Street Baptist Church.?Rev.
J. Madison Young, pastor.?Revival
services commencing this morning at
11 o'clock, at which time Pastor Young
preaches on the "Gospel Invitation."
Evangelist Z. H. Johnson preaches at
night. Subject, "Tho Great Salvation."
To Release Carrier 1'lgenns.
Mr. John 10. Fulford has received from
Mr. C. B. Welsh, of York, Pa., a num?
ber of carrier pigeons, which he will re?
lease from No. 37 Commercial Place this
morning at 7:30 o'clock. These same
birds made a trip from Richmond to
York last week In seven hours. Mr.
Fulford lias u Hock of these birds of his
IIi'it HiuiM .lleltk'n .Studio.
Herr Hnns Mettke has moved to No.
227 Freemason street, opposite Christ
Church, where he will give lessons in
singing, on piano, and violoncello.
Instruction In French and German.
I Mme. Mettke. pupil of Dr. Lambert
Shuvcut, of Boston, Mass., wishes to
form day and evening classes for ladles
and gentlemen. Terms moderate
Present address. 227 Freemason street.
A Shoe Mod. nt CoNt.
Mrs. B. Raphcl's entire stock, at No.
116 Church street, must be sold at once.
Everything that pertains to first-class
shoe-making, at cost to close out the
Three Vessels Blown Ashore In This Section
by the High Wind Yesterday Morning.
TWO OF TliEM ASHORE AT OCEAN VIEW
TbC Three .Mailer E. F. No rt Ii 11:11
Nlrniidcd at t ape lleury?The Crew
Nmed by the Breeches Bnoy
Ncverul I.n tiles on &ne Wrecked
The three-masted schooner E. P.
Northum, Capt. 13. P. Johnson, strand?
ed abreast of the Weather Bureau office
at Cape Henry yesterday morning at 3
o'clock. The schooner was on her way
from Philadelphia to Norfolk in ballast
and was consigned to the Norfolk and
Carolina, Chemical Company, to load
guano at the company's factory at Pin?
ner's Point. She had a crew of seven
men, all of whom were rescued by the
Cape Henry Life-saving crew, with the
aid of the breeches buoy.
The wind was blowing at the rate of
thirty-six miles an hour from the North?
east at the time the vessel stranded
and the sea was very Heavy. Late yes?
terday afternoon she was resting easily
and apparently In good condition. As?
sistance was sent from this city, but
the boats had to return on account of
the heavy weather.
The Northntn was owned by George
Harris, Jr. & Co., of Philadelphia, and
was bulll eleven years ago. She was
of fiOO tons burthen. She will probably
be tloated. In the meantime the crew
is being taken care of at Cupe Henry
The two-masted schooner Lizzie S.
James went ashore tit Ocean View,
about a mile from the hotel, yesterday
morning at 3 o'clock. The vessel was
In command of Capt. O. G. Howard,
and was on her way to Newberne, N.
C with coal, consigned to Charles D.
Norton. Besides the crew of seven men
on the schooner there were the captain's
wife and two children. Miss Ellen Cul
ivorth, of Wilmington, N. C, and Miss
Lizzie Howard, of Ocracoko, N. C. all
of which party he hud carried on a trip
to Boston and other places.
All were taken ashore in a small boat
and arc stopping at the Ocean View
Hotel. The vessel will probably be
At Fi o'clock yesterday morning the
schooner K. It. Leeds, Capt. J. M. Hil?
ton, went ashore tit Ocean View also.
The vessel was bound 'from Morris
River. N. J.. lo James river to load
oysters. She lies very high on the beach
side on and the crew of taptalu and two
men walked ashore. Her condition Is
good and she will y -ohahly be saved.
Sterling Silver Bridal Presents as low
as the lowest.
_CHAPMAN &? JAKKMAN.
ADDRESS TO DEMOCRATS.
I'pon the eve of the election your Com?
mittee would Impress upon you the Im?
portance of voting next Tuesday. Uc
ware of over COIIIidctlCC. It has caused us
lo lose elections before. The Committee
respectfully Urges every Democrat to go
to the polls on election day and vote Tor
ihe Democratic nominees, Merrltt T.
Cooke and W. 13. K?ster. If the Demo?
crats turn out we will elect our candi?
dates, but every voter must do his duly
and vote Lach man should think his
vote necessary In ihe success of our
ticket anil turn out to swell the majority.
The voting places are as follows:
First Ward?First Precinct: Hunter
XVoodls' Club House,on Fencburch street,
Kirs I Ward?Second Precinct: John K.
Kwrhour Club House,on Fencburch street,
Second Ward?First Precinct: Court?
Second Ward?Second Precinct: Law?
rence's Oyster Shop, on Clranhy street,
opposite City Hall it venue.
Third Ward?First Precinct: Cornel
Cumberland and Charlotte streets.
Third Wa nl?Second Precinct: Tro?
nic's store, corner Charlotte und Grantiv
Fourth Ward?First Precinct: Cornel
Willotlghby and Jefferson streets, Wil?
liam's I lall.
Fourth Ward?Second Precinct: Stone
vail Club House, on Church street.
I'lrlh Ward: Ryland C. White's Of
liee. corner Park and Handln avenues.
Sixth Ward: Odd-Fellows' Hall, In At?
lantic City Ward.
Til OS. 11. WILLCOX.
W. H. CALLA II AN, Chairman.
BAY?In this city, at the residence of
her parents. No. GO Falkland street,
Thursday, October .11, ISM, at 11:30 o'clock
a. m.. AMF.LIA EMILY, duughter ot
Daniel .1. and Hridget Say, aged 1C years.
The fu'i-ral will lake place from Ht.
Mary's Catholic Church THIS tSunday)
AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock. Friends of
the family are invited to attend.
KAY.?At Ihe residence of his parents.
No. 7H Clifford street, Portsmouth, Va,
at :.::!."> a. m.. November 2d, ISsr., HKIN
TON BURROUGHS KAY, aged 2 years,
3 months. S days.
Funeral from residence on MONDAY
AFTERNOON, November -Ith. 1886, at :t:30
o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited to attend.
JORDAN.?Ill this city, at her resi?
lience. No. !?il Lovitt avenue. Bramble
ton. Saturday, November 2, 1S98, at 1 :20
o'clock p. m., MARY F., widow of Ed?
ward Jordan, aged AO years.
Funeral will take place from the nhove
residency Monday mokning ?at lu
o'clock. Friends of the family are Invited
to at tend.
TBE ?Eft KiSBLE WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St..
NORFOLK, - . . VIRCIINIA.
Large Stock of I'iiiislioil
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
M-iltody lur IMMKIilATK OKl>i v EUY
M E E THNGnNOTTHrT
The annual meeting of the. stockholders'
of the ALMKMArll.H AND CHESA?
PEAKE CANAL COMPANY will be held
on THURSDAY, November 14th, 1895, al
12 o'clock 111., at the Company's office.
No. 21 Oranby street.
oclil-tdm I?. S. HI*KWELL, Sec'ty.
CUTLERY. WOS TOCLS.
Everything new In this new store. First
class goods at Lowest Prices.
Novelties In House-furnishing Goods
being dally received.
DON'T MISS THE PLACE.
No. r. Commercial Pluce, White Froat,
third door Mom Main street.
J. B. Armstrong & Co.
ws iim u iiKl'im r.
I urccr.il l<?r t o-Jmr.
' Washington, D. C. Nov. 2. 1S95.
t-1 For Virginia?Fair: warmer In
I r?,n the afternoon; northerly winds,
I fm shitting to southerly. v
; For North Caroidna?Fair;
I- slightly warmer; light, varia?
ble winds. , ?;
The barometer has risen rapidly on
the Atlantic coast, except to the south
cast ol New England, where It has fal?
len. A storm of considerable energy has
moved northeastward from the Norlh
Carolina cnast during the day, and dan?
gerous northeast gales now prevail In
southern New England.
Showers have prevailed on the Atlantic
coast north of North Carollnt, followed
bv clearim? weather south of New York.
Fair weather continues in the Central
Valleys anu (Southern mates. It is cold
or on the Atlantic coast and warmer In
the Mississippi Valley.
The Indications are that warmer, fair
weather will prevail In the Southern
States, the Ohio Valley and the Middle
Atlantic States, and the lower lake re?
gion on Sunday. .
Sun rises. C:32 a. m.: sun Sets, 5:05 p. m.:
high waterM9:04 a. m. and 9:10 p. m: low
water, 2:54 a. m. und 3:46 p. m.
Weather Bureau. Norfolk, Nov. 2.
Local meterologlcal data for the 24
[hours ending 8 p. m. last night:
I Maximum temperature. 58
Minimum temperature. 44
I Normal temperature deduced from
24 years' observations . 57
Departure from normal. 10
Departure since January 1st. 215
Hainfall tor 24 hours. 1.01
I !a in fall since first of month. 1.10
J. J. GRAY. Observer.
ChryaniitlieniumH, All Nhndcs.
Bridal bouquets. funeral designs,
plants for decorating.
MKS. BIDGOOD. 39 Gfanby street.
The Norfolk Cloaker,
190 MAIN STREET,
24-in. Black Coney, $ 8.50; worth $1 o
30-in M i " 11.50 " 15
30-in " ' " 12.50 " 17
30-ln " 15.00 " 20
also LEADERS and DRIVES In
CLOAKS AND JACKETS.
With up-to date SLEEVES at way down
Ladies' White, Blue and Pink
SATIN SANDALS, Patent Leather
OXFORDS and Twentieth Century
Balmorals. Handsomest assort?
ment of GENTLEMEN'S SLIPPERS.
DOYLE & SMALL,
_146 MAIN STREET.
[TO BE QIVEH IWIT!
Every customer purchasing
one dollar's worth of Groce?
ries will be entitled to one
ticket. The lucky number will
receive un elegant ADJUST?
ABLE OAK CHAIR, which Is
now on exhibition a.
43 MARKET PLACE.
ROOMS 21 j and 212 COLUMBIA BUILD?
ING, GRAN BY STUHLT.
Pop Kent s
Dwellings 37 und 4u Cumberland street.
I Stores 45 and 17 Commerce street.
Dwelling 27 Bute street.
Dwellings 1U7 and 171 York st. extended.
Dwelling \62 Bousll street.
Dwelling 97 Yarmouth street.
Dwelllnc 4!) Queen street.
Olllce.s on Dunk, Grunby and Commerce
Stores 45 and 47 Commerce street.
Stores 202 und 265 Church street.
Stores 155 and SM Main street.
Sture 1C Bank street.
Stores 51 nnd 53 Roanokc avenue.
Warehouses on Plume nnd Randolph
If You Went the Latest
UO, UUllui) Will Ullluftj
And Lomes' F?r copes and boos !
Call and sec Us.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
177 MAIN STREET.
VELEN1A LAYER RAISINS,
?,JA MAC A ORANGES,
FRESH CREAMERY T!UTTEft^
J17BT RECEIVED AT
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. 1 Commercial Place, Old
DISSOLUTION of CO-PARTNERSHIP
The partnership heretofore existing be?
tween J. Ii. Lowry and W. Q. banks,
under the tlrm name und styl? of 3. 11.
LOWRY & CO.. ut Elisabeth;City, N. C,
has been dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts due the firm are payable to
W. G. Banks, and all claims uuicliist the
firm/will be paid by J. B. Lowry.
The Right Track Leads Leads to "THE HUB."
i Keep Right on
Everybody ought to "KEEP ON THE-RIGHT TRACK."
It always leads you safely to your destination. Now and then
you may feel inclined to "switch off but no doubt experience
has taught you that it doesn't pay to go astray. We've demon?
strated again and again that "THE HUB" is the correct "des-4
tin?ti?n" of men who take natural pride in wearing correct at?
tire. It won't cost you much to dress like a gentleman if you
"keep on the right track" that leads to "THE HUB."
DID WE SELL ANY .
During the Past Week ?
Ninety-seven of our fellow citizens of Norfolk were for?
tunate j buyers of "THE HUB'S renowned WHIPCORD
CHEVIOT SUITS last week. We run out of a few popular
sizes, or the number would have exceeded a hundred. We re?
ceived two hundred additional WHIPCORD SUITS from our
Baltimore headquarters yesterday, which makes the assort?
ment of sizes complete. We'll be right with you this week,
prepared to beat all records for lively trade.
Sizes 34 to 44.
Lu*j Where on earth will you
j find the equal of our WHIP
^ CORD CHEVIOT SUITS for
g I $10? We'll plaCe 'em side by
Ti J side with $1> Suits at other
^. \ stores, and they'll out-class
"2. I tiiem in quality, make and fin?
ish every time. They're "ten
strike" bargains for the money.
?IS REPRESENTED Hi 0Un
I ? ?J M
Last week lots of buyers asked us bow
on earth we could afford to sell our"sttm
nlnB?? KENSINGTON KERSGY OVER?
COATS for $10. These buyers evidently
w?re not well acquainted with ''TUR
HUB'S" enterprising methods of dull:;;
business with the pec pie. How do we
manage always and forever to undci ?eil
all competitors? Well, never mind how.
Von know we do It, and that'll enough.
What splendid Overcotita tliey are. In
style, tit, finish, trimming, etc., they look
is line as a $20 Overcoat. We bought the
goods when the price of wool was at the
lowest noLh. Our KENSINGTON KI2R
SEVS are full length (average 41 inches),
are lined with pure wool serge, striped
mohtlr sleeve lining, have full silk velvet
collars, and are in every detail up lo date.
IffIs mum I gl m 1
Iff -SiyiSlS I
Kesp Your Business Eye on -'THE HUB'' if Von Want
to Know What's What in the Retail
Clothing and Furnishing Trade.
o 6 ? O V <5> ? O ?? 3 * * 0 O &
OPEN EUEf-hNGS UNTIL 9.
SAT?ftDAVS ?W.fiL IT
Store Brilliantly Illuminated With Electric Lights.
STRICTLY ONE-PRICE AND THAT IS ALWAYS TKC LOWEST POS.
SIBLfcL SELLING PRICE.
Idanufaciureis of lie fro wr,'D:oni Gfisvcil Sirs !
207 and 209 Main 3tr
A.T THE SIGN OF THE BIG YELLOW till3.