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WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 15, 1900.
Forecast for Tuesday and Wednes?
day:
For Virginia?Fair Tuesday and
Wednesday; ivarmor in western portion
Tuesday; variable winds becoming
fresh southwesterly.
For North Carolina?Fair Tuesday
and Wednesday; warmer In western
portion Tuesday; variable winds be?
coming light to fresh northerly.
Norfolk and Vicinity.
Fair; stationary temperature; light
to fresh north wjnds.
METEOROLOGICAL DATA.
October 16th, 1900.
Maximum temperature . 71
Minimum temperature . GO
Normal temperature . 69
Depurture from normal .plus 7
Departure front.normal since Jan?
uary 1st .plus 396
Rainfall In past 21 hours . 0
Rainfall since lirst of month .1.73
Mean relative humidity . SI
CALENDAR.
Sun rises at 6:14 a. m. and sets at
6:27 p. m.
* TIDES.
High water at 3:3G a. m. and 4:03 p.
m. Low water at 9:35 a. m. and 10:15
p. m.
uii'; it.
REGAN.?At the residence. 723 Church
street, on Sunday, October nth, l'jofl. at
7:05 A. M.. Mrs. JESSIE VIRGINIA
REGAN, aged 17 years.
The funeral will take plnco from the
above resldonce Tins (Tuesday) AF?
TERNOON at 3 o'clock. Friends of the
family are Invited to attend.
ETHBRIDGE. ? In Princess Anne
County, Friday morning, October 12th.
1!):?>. In the 75th year of her age, MRS.
ELIZABETH A. ETHBRIDGE, mother
of Mrs. J. L. Seneca.
The funeral will lake place from the
lato residence, at Rack Bay, Princess
Anne County, THIS (Tuesday) AFTER?
NOON.
SHEETS. At Norfolk Protestant Hos?
pital, on Monday, October 16, D'W. at s::trt
o'clock, P. at., HENRY. SHEETS, age (S
yea rs
Notice of funeral arrangements later.
You ore invltefl to personally
Ixamtnu our assortment of Mar?
ble and Granite Memorials?the
largest retail stock In the South.
If unable to call, write for free
Illustrated Catalogue. We gun ran.
tee tafo delivery Of shipment and
pay :ho freight.
*^%Tho Courier Mar'jls Works
???-?r>S (Fstnbllshed ISIS.
1L9 to ICS liank st_ Norfolk. Vt
A SI II?KM r..\T!?.
SONG RECITAL
A song recital will be given nt Y. M. C.
A. Hall on TUESDAY EVENING, Octo?
ber 16th, at 8:30, by Miss Petty Rurwell
Bookl r. soprano, and Miss Snllle Kindred
Williams, contralto. Reserved seats 75c.
- QCH-2t
BARTON S AUDITORIUM THEATRE.
J. M. Burton.Prop. W. H. Truehart.Mgr.
The only First-class Vaudeville Thea?
tre in Norftdk. New features every
week, playing all First-class Vaudovllle
Acts. Matlncss Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays,
Admission.15, 25 and 50 rls.
Lavar Sisters, Singing and Dancing Sou
I.rette;;. Ivy and Mack, .Musical Come?
dians and 20 others. se27-ly
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
-AT THE?
SOUTIICn;! SHORTHAND antlCUSINnSS UNIVERSITY
Regular Fall nn I Winter Term Now In Session.
Every young man and woman who can
should attend.
Branches Taught?Bookkeeping, Mnthe
malic i, Penmanship, Correspondence,
Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy und
Spelling.
Instruction largely Individual.
For particulars call, phone or write to
J. M. KESSLER, President.
Phono (new) 450.
By Our Expert Factory Tuners.
All work guaranteed. If your Piano
needs tuning or repairing drop us a pos?
tal, Or call up either phono ll'-D.
66 GRANBY STREET.
2 Lens F|TS 1
? Grinding gg? g& m
m Plant on phrriipti v ?
? Premises lu!!S,LLY' h
P
1T&Tl9 GRANB V "ST.
= NORFOLK, VA.=
^BES^R THE PRICE.
QtitpLKj P 0RTSMOUTHj
; . . . RICHMOND, j . .
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Cotton re?
turned to the navy yard last week
from a trip West and North. Mrs.
Cotton will bo at home to her friends
from 2 to 6 o'clock on Wednesdays, In?
cluding and after the 25th instant.
The navy yard picket launch will
make frequent trips on Wednesday af?
ternoons, the first trip from Norfolk
being at 2:15 p. m. and the last from
the yard at 6 p. m.. for the conveni?
ence of residents of Norfolk who desire
to visit their friends in the yard.
? ? ?
A tlme-tuble of the Wednesday af?
ternoon trips of the picket launch will
be published later.
? ? ?
Mrs. Frank T. Washington, State sec?
retary, and Miss Hattle H. Johnson,
State treasurer, left last night via
Washington steamer to attend the con?
vention of the Virginia branch of the
King's Daughters and Sons, which
meets in Warrenton, October 17th, 18th,
und 19th.
? * ?
Lieutenant H. W. Cane, U. S. N., and
Miss .Patty Seiden will be united In
marriage at St. Luke's Episcopal
Church at 7 o'clock Wednesday morn?
ing.
? ? ?
Miss Anna Vonsey Hudgins and Mr.
Arthur Jordan Hall will enter the mat?
rimonial state at Kpworth M. E.
Church 'Wednesday afternoon at 5
o'clock.
? ? ?
Mr. Arthur G. Lewis is home from
Texas.
? * ? ?
The condition of Mr. George W. Wil?
son was not so favorable yesterday.
? ? ?
Rev. .X. T. Whltley, of the First Meth?
odist Church, Hampton, was in Nor?
folk yesterday,
? ? ?
Mr. A. P. Thorn was out yesterday
after a slight Indisposition.
? * *
Mr. F. M. Cooper Is home from his
visit to Niagara and Canada.
? ? ?
Commander J. P. Merrell, of tho
navy, urrlved here yesterday, and Is
stopping ut the Montlcelio Hotel.
? ? ?
Mr. J. P. Pettyjohn, of Lynchburg,
who has been awarded the $125,000 con?
tract for the limber work on the Nor?
folk and Western coal pier at Lam?
bert's Point, is in the city, a guest at
the Atlantic Hotel.
? * ?
Captain C. J. Iredell, of Second Au?
ditor Josiah Ryland's office at Rich?
mond, who has been spending his va?
cation hero with bis family, was sum?
moned to Richmond yesterday after?
noon on account of the death of Mr.
Kyland. which transpired at his home
In Harum Heights yesterday morning.
? ? ?
The State Convention of King's
Daughters and Sons convenes in War?
renton. Va., to-morrow, and will con?
tinue in session for three days. The
delegates from Norfolk left last night.
? ? ?
G. T. Derby has just returned from
a trip through South Carolina and
Georgia.
? ? ?
Norfolklnns were registered Sunday
a| New York Hotels as follows: W. A.
Pry, Ashland: J. A. Hollowell, Broad?
way Central; N. Frankfort and wife,
Herald Square; C. F. Greenwood and
Wife, St. Denis.
? ? ?
The annual meeting of tho Associa?
tion for the Preservation of Virginia
Antiquities will be held In the rooms
of the Virginia Historical Society, 707
Hart Franklin street. Richmond, Fri?
day evening, October 19th, at S o'clock.
? ? ?
The Norfolk Conservatory of Music
chorus will meet to-night for rehearsal.
As it is an Important meeting the at?
tendance will probably be large. Pcr
r ins desiring to join the chorus arc in?
vited to be present.
? ? *
Mr. F. A. Schroeter has Issued Invi?
tations to the marriage of his daugh?
ter, Mabel Albcna; to Mr. Lee Frank
Tyree. The event will occur Thursday.
October 25th, at S:30 o'clock at their
home, 154 South Kelly avenue, Nor?
folk.
? ? ?
Mr. Frnnk Whltfleld, a former well
known young business man cd' Alle
ghany county. Is in Norfolk looking
around. He Is well pleased with tho
city and Is thinking of locating here.
? ? ?
commander J. l' .Morrell and Lieu?
tenant H. S. Com-, of the United States
Navy, arrived at the Montlcelio Hotel
l.t.M ulglil.??-*
? ? ?
The marriage Of Miss Annie Wil- I
Hams to Mr. K. Veatmnn Burroughs
will take place to-morrow, Wednesday, [
at 7 a. m., from St. Luke's Church.
Miss Williams la the daughter of Mr. I
James P. Williams and Mr. Burroughs
la well known In railroad circles. They
both have hosts of friends, whose good |
wishes will follow them.
? ? ?
SEI.DKN-< '< ?NE MARRIAGE.
The marriage of Miss Pat tie Sehlen
to Lieutenant Hutchinson Ingham
Cone, 1'. S. N.. Which takes place at
St. Luke's P. E. Church this evening,
at 7 o'clock, promises to be the nuptial
event of the season. The prospective
bride Is the daughter of the late Miles
Sehlen. Miss Elizabeth Hurcamp, of
Prederlcksburg, Va.. will be maid of
honor. Mrs. Slaltery. of Baltimore,
and Mrs. W. P.. Baldwin will be mat?
rons of honor, and Miss Pattie Taylor.)
Of Norfolk, nnd Miss Lady Hobson, of
Goochland, Va., Will be bridesmaids. A
reception will follow the ceremony nt
tho residence of Mrs. Seiden, Yarmouth]
street, from 8 to 10 p. m.
? * *
CRYSTAL WEDDING.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Abram E.
Camp celebrated the fifteenth anni?
versary of their wedded life, nnd
during the afternoon of that day
a largo number of their friends gath?
ered at their homo to extend their con?
gratulations. Their residence, No. ?oo
Main street, was tastefully and elab?
orately decorated with palms, ferns
and flowers, presenting a most ani?
mating and charming scene. Mr; and
Mrs. Camp received their guests as
they appeared. Mrs. Camp was cos?
tumed in an elegant gown of black
lace and Jet. A striking feature of the
occasion was a most sumptuous spread
of the choicest delicacies of the season,
prepared by Pincus, the caterer, the
table being prettily arranged and dee
orated. It being their "Crystal Wed?
ding," tho presents were In cut glass,
and were numerous, being In varied
and handsome designs, the whole being
a magnificent display. Mr. Camp is n
well-known and popular citizen rif the
D. Lowenberg Root, and Shoe Company,
and Mrs. Camp is one of the most pop?
ular ladles In Hebrew society, and for
merly Miss Mln'tfc Lowenberg, (laugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowenberg, of
this city. Among the guests present
from away wore Mr. and Mrs. E. Camp,
of New York, parents of the host: Miss
Wlnkler. of Alabama; Mrs. Ilenlein and
daughter, of Philadelphia, and Mr,
Whltcover, of South Carolina.
THE FLORIDA EDITORS
REACHED OLD POINT LAST NIOHT
?WILL BE IN NORFOLK AND
PORTSMOUTH TO-DAY.
The Florida editors, who are making
a tour over the Seaboard Air Line
route, left Richmond yesterday morn?
ing on the steamer Pocahontas and
reached Old Point Comfort In the aft?
ernoon.
To-day they will come to Norfolk and
Portsmouth and leave to-night for
their homes in tho land of flowers.
They huve been having a good time all
the way up. having been banquetted at
Savannah, Columbia and Raleigh. On
Saturday they were piloted around
Richmond under tho guidance of Mr.
R. A. Dunlop, secretary of the (.'bom?
ber of Commerce, and local newspaper
men.
There has been no time to prepare
a special reception for them at Nor?
folk, but the courtesies of the Roard of
Trade rooms will be extended the vis?
itors, and probably the local electric
railway managements will also extend
tho courtesies of the various lines. ?
Thee party Is In charge of Colonel J.
N. White, of Jacksonville, president of
the Florida Press Association.
The party is composed of Colonel
White and Miss Alice G. Jeacle, Jack?
sonville; B. B. Tatum. vice-president,
and Miss Forsytho, of Miami; L. B.
Porter and wife. Grand Ridge: O. J.
Farmer and wife, of Bronson; Thomas
Harris and sister. Ocala; Oscar Keep
and Miss Keep, Quincy; Sumpter L.
Lowry and wife. Tampa: Philip Isaacs
and son. of Fort Myers: Walter S. Tur?
ner, wife and son. of ('ordeal: W. H.
Laurence, of Carabelle: John C. Trice,
of Tallahassee: -Mrs. Sallle K. Gum?
ming. Of Waldo: W. H. How sc. of Suni
tervllle; C. T. Miller arid wife, of Dun
nellon; J. H. Horten und wife, of Ar?
cadia: C. M. Ciaim. of Tampa; Colum?
bus B. Smith, of Jasper: H. B. Harris,
of ICisstmmee; Daniel G?lls, of West
ville.
MORE SCHOOLS NEEDED
BR AM BLETON WARD SHOWS AN
OVERFLOW OF 130 PUPILS.
Citizens of Bramblcton Ward com?
plain of a lack of school facilities. One
citizen, of that pacific section, speak?
ing to a reporter for the Virginian
Pilot, said that bis child, after spend?
ing three days ut school last week,
was sent home with the statement that
there is no room for her. On Inquiry,
bo learned that 130 more children titan
can he accommodated, have applied for
places in the two schools, Nos. 1 nnd 2.
He said, also, that the overflow Is In
the primary grades. The rooms for
the more advanced pupils are not all
full.
Mr. R. A. Doble, .superintendent,
practically confirmed these statements.
Ho said, In substance, that the School
Board will meet on Tuesday at 1 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Tho Important subject at thnt meet
in" will be the election of four colored
teachers for the Queen street school.
That is the school recent'- allowed
to the use of tho colored children on
the petition of tho preachers and
other prominent colored citizens.
The School Hoard endorsed the peti?
tion of the colored citizens, and the
City Councils appropriated ?l.smi to pay
the expenses of the school.
Then there will be an election of n
teacher tor the Holl street school, in
place of Mrs. William Core, resigned,
and several substitute teachers.
Brnmbleton school. No. l, which was
opened last week, with a seating capa
. Ity of -mo pupils, enrolled 490 pupils
and turned away 75 applicants. That
makes 665 pupils for a normal capacity
of -100.
Tho excess of pupils nt school No. 2 In
00. in the whole city there are 74 teach?
ers for an enrollmeent of -1.000 pupils.
That. Mr. Doble says, represents more
than an average for that number of
teachers.
More seals nnd additional facilities
art; needed in Bramblcton Ward, so on,e
Of the citizens of the ward says:
"if the Local Board of Improvement
will recommend the appropriation of
tho money to employ an additional
teacher and open another school room,
the overflow can he provided for, and
the children of the ward can have the
advantages that the city and the State
are bound to give them.
Missionary Services at St- Paul's
Tho Rt. Rev. S. C. Partridge. D. D..
will deliver an address on "Missions
In China and Japan" at St. Paul's
Church this (Tuesday evening) at
S o'clock. The service will be under
tho auspices Of the local Council of the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew and tho
Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of
.\i Issums.
Bishop Partridge was connected with
the mission in China, at Wu Chang, for
sixteen years; ho is thoroughly ac
qualnted with the conditions in that
strange land. In the last year Bishop
Partridge was made Bishop of the ju?
risdiction of KyatO, in Japan, to which
Held lie expects in a few weeks to re?
turn. During his stay in Tokia, Bishop
Partridge resided in the bouse with the
Rev. H. St. George Tucker.
It is hoped that there will bo a large
attendance nt this service, tint only of
Episcopalians, but of all who are inter?
ested in the great work of missions.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5.
There are two ways to sell
pills. One is to claim every?
thing, true or not, in the hope
that some part of the claim
will come true.
The other is to tell the truth
in the beginning and get a cus?
tomer that will stay to the end.
For nearly sixty years Aver's
Pills have been selling them?
selves over and over again to
the'sarne people.
J. C. Ayer Company,
. Practical Chemi?tJ, Lowell, Mail,
Ayr', SiruparilU Ayer', Hair Vigor
A yer't Pill? Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
Aycr'i Ague Cure Ayer't Comatooe
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
Winter
Underwear!
Men's, women's and child?
ren's?at cost and less!
Through our heavy pur?
chase ?at forced sale?of the
stock of Hodges Bros., Balti?
more, who recently failed?
we are enabled to oifer extrav?
agant values in winter under?
wear for men, women and
children.
We bought the goods for
little enough. We're selling
them the same way.
This event again demon?
strates the watchfulness of
"Norfolk's Greatest store."
We never let a good thing
slip through our lingers.
A bargain for us means a
bigger bargain for you.
Men's Underwear.
Finn wool fleeced tan and gray
Shirts and Drawers. Regular 7.V.
goods, at 50c.
Cotton fleeced tan Shirts and Draw?
ers. Regular 30c. goods, at S9c.
Cotton fleeced Kray and white Shirts
and Drawers. Regular C9c. goods, I
a t 50c.
While and natural wool Shirts and
Drawers. Regular $1.25 goods, at
$1.
Pure natural wool Shirts and Draw?
ers. Shirts are double back and
front. Regular $1.26 goods, tit (1.
PURE SILK FLEECED Shirts and
Drawers. Magnificent garments?
beautifully finished. Regular 11.50
goods, at $1.19.
Women's Underwear.
Half-bleached fleeced ribbed Vests
and Pants. Regular 37'je. goods,
at 2."r.
Pino unbleached tlecced Vests and
Pants. Vests are silk taped?silk
crocheted neck and front. Rcgulur
5l'c. goods, at 37Sfcc.
Half-WOol Ribbed Vests and Pants
natural and white. Regular 60c.
goody, at 60c.
Three-quarters wool ribbed Vests and
Pants?natural and while. Regu?
lar .S7!4c. goods, at 75e.
All-wool ribbed Vests and Pants?nat?
ural and white. Regular $1.25
goods, at SI.
Red flannel Vests and Pants. Regular
$1.25 goods, at $1.
Natural wool Flat Vests anil Pants.
Regular $1.25 goods, at $1.
Children's Underwear.
Infants' All-wool Steam Shrunk
Wrappers, size l to ?. Regular
C5e. goods, at 40c.
Infants' Cotton Wrappers?all sizes.
Regular 25c. goods, at 15c.
Boys' heavy fleeced lined gray und
tan Shirts und Drawers?sizes 21
to 31. Regular 39c,. goods, at 25c.
Boys' natural wool Shirts and Draw?
ers?slccs 24 to 81. Regular ?3o.
goods, at 50c.
The Ribbon Bargain
told of last Sunday crowded Uic
counter all day yesterday.
And, such a bargain !?45c. ribbon
tit 25c.
More ready to-day.
Details follow:?
Extra heavy all-silk double-faced
satin ribbon?five inches wide
French edge.
In these colors?light blue, pink,
the new hunter's red, the new hunt?
er's green, myrtle, maize, helio, gray,
mode, turquoise, navy, old rose,
white, cadet and cerise.
This is an extreme value--it will
match the best that you can buy else
wlli'l J at 4?c:
Buy it here to-day, at 25c,
Kit Pb kS ??KiiK^Ki^KiX-KikK't.xK^Vi
NUSQAUM'S. ?
j?
I (Minute from (Main Street. |
% The Novel of the Year! %
iS Barrie's Masterpiece! ft"
%
? Tommy and Qrizel |
* By J. M. Barrie?author of $
i that celebrated novel "The Little ?
a Minister," and others.
& 9
$ Mr. Barrio's new novel has been
4 accepted everywhere as the most en
.- Important book which he hns yet J
9 written?a character-study of re- *},
rf' mnrkublc originality, presented 5*
? with power, humor, and pathos. ?
The advance demand for the book v
hua i lied for the printing of GO,
000 copies before publication. ^
Publisher's price $i.50. ?
Our low price, $1.19.
<v _ 9.
I The Junior Munsey *
for November is here. I
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% 100-102 Granby Street. %
Jg Opposite the Moutlcello Hotel. S?
$ BOTH 'PHONES?Ten Sixty. ft
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Important Notice !
Special limited quantity of
FINEST HAVANA CICARS
For box trade at factory prices
Hambergens Cut Rate Ticket Office
THE
Joseph Brown
STORE.
French
Flannels
are most seductive. Solids,
Stripes. Polka Dots, for gen?
eral Shirt Waist Wear. A
Flannel reigns almost supreme.
58 for Solids,generally 75, for
Polka Dots and Stripes, though
some are 98 cents.
Eiderdowns
at as little as 25 cents.
Others, 35 and 50 Double
Faced in White?1.00. Cream
and Lt, Pink Astrachan, of
generous width and weight,
is 1.69.
A tine selection of Bedford
Cords lends additional inter?
est to the best line of Mate?
rials for Children's Wraps,
that we have ever exhibited.
Thursday's
Specials.
75 Damask Table Cloths?
Fringed ? measuring 56x80
inches. Such as will sell at
1.25 in the regular way. Yours
at 98.
21 cent Huck Towels at 16.
50 cent Damask Towels at
25 cent Damask Towels at
6.00 Hemstitched Napkins
at 4.50.
50 cent Tray Covers?Dam?
ask?at 39.
29 cent Tray Covers?Dam?
ask?25.
All the foregoing represent
lots bought for a day's special
selling, and every primary
value named is the Brown es?
timate of what (he goods are
worth in the usual way.
JOSEPH BOTH -220 Plall) St.
21.
I Ladies' |
I Smart |
* i
$ Tailor?made g
1 Suits $
* i
$ Made by men tailors? g
c and indeed fashionable? $
$ The chick styles in black 9.
? and colors are ready?If |
I you want quality at a |
|. fair price we're ready to j?
I serve you, for this is J'
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* Norfolk's Best Store. J8
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? The Fvlonticello Corner.
^ finies." ' "*
9
L. H. WHITEHURST
Stork of Pry Goods and Notions aro
very large with newest wc. .ve
atul styles.
SILKS. DRESS GOODS. JACKETS,
FURS. BLANKETS. TABLE DAMASK,
NAPKINS AND DOYLIES.
GENTS', LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
UNDERWEAR.
A Call Is Solicited.
Bottom Prices.
L. H. Whitehurst
336 MAIN STREET.
.Both Phones.
Don't Neglect...
<^YOUR EYES.
Dr. 11. W. Shelley Is permanently lo?
cated with its and has ail the latest op?
tical appliances. He makes no charges
for examination. Is moderate In price, of
Glasses und guarantees
SATISFACTION IN EVERY CASE.
Chapman & Jakeman's
LEADING JEWELERS.
Corner Main and Bank Streets.
New line of Clocks and Art Goods Just
In.
THAT TALK LOUD!
The heavy work on the heavy weights
lias begun in dead earnest?it is the heavy
values that make the heavy sales?each
succeeding day shows bigger returns
than It's predecessor?the people realize
the superiority of the goods and appre?
ciate thu moderateness of tho cost?on
where In America ure there better In?
ducements nor moro advantageous sav
lng propositions of worthy woarnbles of
standard manufacture?The new attrac?
tions here In Fashionable?Form Fitting
Fall and Winter Dress and liuslncss
Suits for Men and Young Men, Is tho
talk of the town?Even traveling men
that seo and know nearly everything
that Is going on In commercial circles,
moro especially about correct dress In
clothing, say that the styles arc prettier
hero and the assortment la greater and
belter than any they've seen In all their
travels.
Hundreds of business men verify the
facts that the business suits they get
hero read-to-wear serve them better In
fit and wenring excellence titan most of
the costlier kinds that they have had
made-to-measure at a considerable ad?
vance of the ready-to-wear prices charg?
ed here?The stock Is full of choice things
In Staple t'asslmcres?Cheviots and
Worsteds, made up In the best of fash?
ion and In a variety of patterns and
shapes to meet cvry Idea, size und re?
quirement.
Three streng business leaders and three powerful big trade winners
In Stylish Suits for Men and Young Men made up In all the new color?
ings? 11. w Ideas?hew shapes that arc fashionable for Fall and Winter
wear- as ' matter of course wo have suits for Men und Young Men at
$11.85,512.50, $13.65, $15, $16.50, $18, $20,
$22.50, $25.
and higher and lots and lots of them, each and every one of them
good, strong values for the price charged?containing every element of
worth in fabric and tailoring eleguncc that can be crowded Into their
reap ctlve price charges, but we refer especially to the nobbinoss,
worth character?fitting and fashion there Is contained In these three
big prlco leaders on sale to-day. and It safe to say to those that are
Interested there can certainly be nothing to loose, with tho probability
of much to gain to call and Inspect the suits?Tho valuca Will posi?
tively do the rest of the work.
CLOTHIERS
TAILORS
FURNISHERS
HATTERS.
252-254 Haiti St.
8-10 Atlantic St.

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