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HAD TO KEEP QUORUM
COURSE FORCED ON THE HOUSE
, REPUBLICANS. . j
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Smarting under what they considered un- I
fair treatment the democrats of the House
resortfii to a systematic series of objections
grair.st provisions in the sundry civil bill
yesterday afternoon. They compelled the
republicans to maintain 100 members, a
quorum of the committee of the whole.
Several times on demand a quorum vras
ounted at last night's session, when many
Of the members appeared in evening dress.
At 1?>:4T> p.m. the committee rose, having
eomiiletcd ninety-six paffva of the bill and
Immediately thereafter adjourned.
After a speech by Mr. Taylor of Alabama,
tanking minority member of the appropriations
committee in support of the bill, the
general debate closed yesterday afternoon
And the House entered upon the consideration
of the bill under the flye-rainute rule
for amendment. Mr. Sulzer was the first
vpeaker under the new order and he made
bitter complaint of the denial to Mr. Clark
of the privilege of making a thirty-minute
peerh on the bill, even going so far as to
servf notice that "unless fairer ciinsideratlon
was accorded the minority the bill
would still be on the ways at noon on the
4th of March." That Mr. Sulzer was not
without support was soon made evident Dy
a number of points of order made by Mr.
Clark.
Mr. Clark made the point of "no quorum"
When Mr. Watson, in the chair. counted
a quorum. Ij?ter Mr. Williams of MiSr
issippl renewed the point of the absence of
a quorum when the chair directed that the
roll be called.
No More Unanimous Consents.
The Speaker resumed the chair and Mr.
Watson reported that the roll disclosed the
presence of ltt! members and the absence of
2fH members. The Speaker announced the
presence of a quorum and ordered the list
Of absentees printed. When Mr. Klefer,
Ohio, asked that the item re.'auve 10 mo
transportation of silver coin go over Mr.
Clark objected and gave notice that there
wouM be no more "u .antmous consents until
noon on the 4th of March."
The paragraph Anally went over and the
reading of the bill was continued.
Mr Crumpacker of Indiana offered an
amendment that the bureau of labor of the
census office shouid investigate the condi'
tlon of women and child workers. Mr.
T*wn?y insisted the investigation should be
made by a bureau "thoroughly equipped to
CO the worK wnnoui s?naduurinnsui.
Mr. Williams of Mississipi- insisted that
the inquiry should be instituted by a labor
bureau.
Th. debate was participated in hy Messrs.
Sullivan of Massachusetts, DeArmond of
Mlasi.uri. Fitzgerald of New York, and
Sherley of Kentucky.
President's Letter Criticised.
Mr. Fitzgerald criticised the President's
letter on the subject as a method of "waving
the big stick" ar.d coercing the House.
The Crumpacker amendment was defeated?!Xi
to 38.
Mr. Clark of Florida brought out the fact
that Messrs. Carrere and Hasklngs. architects
of New York, were receiving $10,000
each as consulting architects of the House
and Senate office buildings, and sought to
limit their fees, but his amendments were
overruled. The committee then rose and the
JIouce adjourned.
CUP GIVEN* PRESIDENT
BEAUTIFUL TESTIMONIAL FEOM |
THE SLAVS OF MOSCOW.
President Roosevelt was presented with a
cup of honor two feet high, a sample of .
81a\jr;'e art. yesterday afterpoon. The cup
was given by Gen. Count Arthur de Tcherep-Splrldovitch.
the president of the Slavic
Society of Moscow. The cup Is of gold and
silver, with an Incrustation of enamel hand
work. It is of gold Slavic style, standing on
three |i< in legs, and Is capped with a helmet.
Inside is a cylinder designed for holding
parchments ajxl other papers.
In handing President Roosevelt the cup
the ? : ?ral expresswd his great honor and
j :.1
piea- jr >n presenting u in<iu?*si cvmrim ui
the -teem. love and admiration of all the
SIa\onic people "for ltls noble work In
bringing about peace between Russia and
Japan." If, he said, there might have been
different opinions in Russia about the advantages
of peace, all the Slavonic peoples
livlr:^ outside of Russia, especially those in
Ma. e.l onia. Hosuia and Herzegovina, who
are suffering oppr* -sion. regarded his efforts
with the greatest enthusiasm, as they
had looked to Russia as their defender for
mary centuries.
Tli' K'-neral closed by referring to the sincere
a"d traditional friendship Russia for
the I'nited States, and quoted the Russian
proverb "that one eld friend is better than
two n> ?\"
Pri : ident Roosevelt, with warm expresslo:
- <>f gratitude, asked Gen. Sr>iridovitch
to cordially thank ti ? society for the gift.
The President present**! Ivs visitor with two
Of his '-voritv photographs with his auto
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&:a vie Cup Presented to President
Roc sevel'..
(IMwt.i l?y HuC I'boloKraplMT.)
graph. one for the Slavonic Society and one
for the jttiwral'* own u?e
Following the premutation a beautiful
wre<th was dei>o?it??t in behalf of the genera!
i1 i the tomb of Washington at Mount
Vernon, on wht-h n?st?*?i the following in
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I H" VII . Ola I U.n tvij. JIU.H UW , IU
Geortf VVashinj;ton Slavs wait impatiently
their Washington liber,,tor.'"
Gen. Spiridovitch Departs.
Gen. SplrMorltch was compelled to shorten
his visit in Washington by reason of
V
$ Saty relay's 4
f FINEST. SMALL, LEAN. SUGAR-CUR1
f. PILLSBPRY'S BEST FLOUR; % BBL.
^ SHRIVER'S BLUB RIDGE CORN
? FELS-NAPTHA SOAP; 10 CAKES
? FRESH COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
$ BEST GRANULATED SUGAR
jf IMPORTED SARDINES IN OIL
A, FAIRY SOAP- ? FOR
7. CURTICE'S BLUE LABEL KETCHUP
* ONYX COFFEE
* EGG-O-SEE
4 APPL.ES; LARGE CANS
? WIFE'S PRIDE TOMATOES; 3 FOR.
i" SHRIVER'S SILVER LABEL PEAS..
? VAN CAMPS TOMATO SOUP
i BEST RICE; 2V4 LBS
$ BEETS; MONROE BRAND
Women's and Chi
OIRLS* WELL-MADE DRAWERS
excellent quality materials; in ~
oitrac fram O a 1A iroo ro ?1 n ^
dmjv o t> v/ii> kv xv ituui>cu n
'" to only
CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTI
.. Gowns: soft and fine materials ^e? ?
.. and perfectly made; in sizes
from 2 to 8 years; reduced to
CHILDREN'S FLEECE-LINED JER
"* sey Ribbed Union Suits; not 'T) fl _
T a large lot; sold regularly at || iC
, , 30c. Now
WOMEN'S HEAVY FLEECE
lined Ri-bbed Vests and Panu; p
the quality that sells at 39c. 5^ (C
Now
:: A Miflflinery Saci
:: Prices In
"' ALL THE HANDSOME EXAMPLES
of imported and American Millinery
that have sold at from $15 to $20, em"
bracing trimmed hats in <f> yj /m O
"* many exquisite effects, are yg
"" to go tomorrow at *-?
7 WOMEN'S VERT HANDSOME
I Trimmed Hats in many beautiful efX
fects: many of them sold
J. for ?25: some for less; all
-J* now priced
I Men's Fu
Boys' All-wool Sweaters that
^ have been selling at $2, $1.75 and
JL Si.50, to he reduced for (Q)?^
T Saturday to
T Men's White Pleated - bosom
? Shirts that regularly sell at $1.00
I everywhere; sizes 17, 17^
T and 18 are now reduced a /n\ ?
; to 49c
fSafie M
bury maker t
This maker r
and $3 ever;
black, tan, gr
make the pri
t nrr* tt n tt^ rr^ rr 7 tt^\
j u nc ruK
t-fr-i-H-: HH++*+**++*+
receiving important cablegrams and dispatches
j esterday and departed at 10
o'clock last night for New York, where he
will remain for some days prior to going
west to visit Chicago. St. I^oute. Denver
and San Francisco. He expected to pay a
3reeery List. j
ED HAMS 15%e ?
71c 1
%? 2
a?c ?
8H* S!
25c I
lit 5
T%e ?
J T%* 1!
33c i
9
?%e *
*?? ?
8%e J
| Half Ma
| Buys Am;
? a n-o 4- B-n <
? Uliii
There's still a good ch<
"J coats?and the need for im
jjt ever, for the spring lines a
| inch of available space. Y<
j;^ on all the Winter Overcoats
] ? changes owners. The $12.;
Overcoats at $12.50?and al
? -Just Half
Wj And Suits a
m Redi
M $6,75 "WJ,
mm . 38 (a great
Roup' er sizes); all extra good and
||M selling at $15 and $17.50.
m $7.50 "stf
slzes 36, 37
'^jjg short, stout men; they are tl
!$20 regularly; sacrifice pric
RF Buys $2<
q^Oo /! <3 Limited
ing Suits,
sizes 35 and 36; these suits 1
$13.75 BT?
Worste
top in style and tailoring; st
All Winter Trousers
Going
A 11 t*> lYl anrl ">A Tmn?opc 41 "?
All $3.50 and $4. 0 Trousers $2.o
^^59 v" *-~>0o and $6.00 Trousers $3..?
ildrem's Underwear.
WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE
Gowns that regularly s:ll at (f])<UJ?
98c; reduced to
WOMEN' j BLACK SATINE An
Underskirts that have never yRr
sold under |1.50; now...
WOMEN'S HEAVY FLEECE-LINED
Jersey Ribbed Vests and ?
Pants; the quality that sells
at 50c. Now at
MISSES' HEAVY QUALITY
Fleece-lined Vests that fl [T /
' Have rtuffilnrK' cinlrl nt '}T\f 11 # 11 A.
' I Reduced to 11 /A
rifice That Lowers
rnimeoselly.
THE MATCHLESS COLLECTION OF
Women's and Children's Trimmed Hats,
that are regularly sold at from $5 to
$10. including many hand- * ,r> q
i some shapes and styles. II 'y'fj
All now priced *
UNTRIMMED HATS OF FINEST
! beaver, velvet and braids: flats, turbans
and large and small dress shapes;
various colors and black;
, s*eU at $3.00 and VVC I
jroislhiinig'so
Men's Flannelette Night Robes
that have alwavs sold at a (Th
$1.50 and $i reduced to..
Lot of Men's Desirable Underwear,
fleece lined and ribbed;
shirts double and single breasted;
all sizes shirts; drawers
sirpc 2? 11 anrl if* worth ? i
I S9c.. " "........ .. ** W
Leo's Sample Hats.
st received from the leading Danlis
entire sample lines and remaining
ine Soft Hats ? 30 dozen all told,
nakes soft hats only that sell at $2.50
ywhere. They are in all shades?
ay, pearl, brown, slate.
them so that we can Jj ^ ^
NITU RE Af
Bear in mind tha
price. Every article in
counts==no exceptions i
DlrAecAPe
m B 0?
RRGtXAB SALE
' PRICE. PttlCI
Buartered Oak... .$42.00 $31.5
uartered Oak $38.50 $28.5
Quartered Oak... .$32.00 $24.0
Cabinet Oak $22.00 $16.5
Cabinet Oak $18.00 $13.5
Cabinet Oak $12.00 $9.0
Polished Mahog.. .$35.00 $26.2
Mahogany finish.. .$28.00 $2i.c
Bird's-eye Maple. .$40.00 $30.0
Bird's-eye Maple. .$29.50 $22.1
White Maple $20.00 $15.0
w-i-i11111 m n 1 n 11111 m n 1
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snort visit to Washington before embarkilng
at New York for his home In Russia.
The general expressed himself to The Star
reporter as delighted with his visit to the
city and for thv many courtesies which had
been shown him.
Open Until 9 0'CI<
PE51
The new spring styles in the fam<
ready. Get a
rkedl Price
y Overcoat
_ JL 0
i STOrei
)ice in the half-price sale of Overimediate
clearance is greater than
re on the way and demand every
oull find the original price tickets
?you pay us half and the garment
;o Overcoats at $6.25 ? the $25.00
1 the grades between at
Their Worth!
it Still Greater
ictions.
15 and $17.50 Suits.
ibout 65 Men's Suits, in sizes 34 to
chance for small men in the small1
well-tailored suits, that have been
15 and $20 Suits.
Fine Plain Black Thibet Suits, in
and 38; these suits are mostly for
lie high-grade suits sold at $15 and
e, $7-5?0
English Walking Suits.
1 lot of the Stylish English Walkin
various shades of dark gray;
never sold under $20.
$20 to $25 Suits.
liis lot are the Finest Dark Mixed
d Suits, in all sizes up to 44; tip>ld
at $20, $22.50 and $25.
Sale of Wash Vests.
A special purchase ot Men's Fine
i> Quality Wash Vests that -p. q
0 were made to sell at $l.r>0 OaSjT*
l) and $2.00 '
Saturday 1
Girls'
SMALL LOT OF CHILDREN'S
White Fur Sets that have sold /OvQ ?
at J2.0H up to this-time; now yQQ
to be closed out at
NICELY PLEATED DRESSES FOR
Kirls; 2. 3 and 4 years: pink
and blue checked materials; j
lawn collar, cuffs and belt. 41-y'C
II SnAfial at.
LOT OF 20 COATS FOR GIRLS: 8,
10, 12 and 14 years; sold /j> pa /?>
as high as $15. They are 5ft ^ (lP(Ij)
all to be closed out at ^
Veils amd Veiling.
CHIFFON. MALINE AND NET
Veilings; all silk, plain and dotted; also
Silk Border Chiffons; colors and
black; full pieces, half pieces
and short lengths; value, 23c yC
and 3Uc *
PLAIN COLOR CHIFFON AND LIBerty
Silk, 45 inches wide: good line of
colors and black; superfine ? EJ^
quality and very desirable; JJ
worth 50c to 75r. Sale nrlce.
HANDSOME CREPE CHIFFON
Veils; 3 yards long; hemstitched border;
various colors, white and r=j ^
black; the value is $1.50 for / yj/f*
the 3-yard veils. Sale price....
WHITE. GRBEN AND BLUE SILK
Chiffon Veils; hemstitched a v* _
all around; 3 yards long; sold 4L Jr
at 98c
"TO CARPE1
A TREME
H this is NOT a sale of old, 2
the furniture department e
whatever! 25 per cent off a
Chamber Suites.
EEOfLAR SAL1
!. PRICE. PBIC
[o Full Quar. Oak. .$148.50 $111.,
;o Full Quar. Oak. .$113.00 $84.;
10 Full Quar. Oak.. $93.50 $70.
,o Full Quar. Oak.. $54.00 $40.
/-v ? / v ? Ai y a '
io quartered uaK... $40.75 $35.1
o Golden Oak $28.50 $21.,
15 Mahogany $225.00 $168.;
o Mahogany $167.50 $125.!
10 Mahogany finish..$138.50 $103.1
2 Mahogany finish.. $92.00 $69.*
o Mahogany finish.. $50.00 $37.
H-K-111 r 111 m 11111 n m 1 m
Taft to Visit Porto Bico.
Secretary Taft will atop In Porto Rico
on his coming trip to Cuba and the isthmus
to look into conditions on the island. This
will be by direction of the President, who
m- -
/
)ck Saturday Night. j
mm
i
jus PEERLESS PATTERNS are s
Fashion Sheet. a
A Satordi
New E
at i
One of the Handsomest Spring
finest chiffon Panamas, in black, 1
Coat is made with fancy silk braid
is elaborately trimmed with black s
with the best satin. Skirts in the nev
In both women's and misses' i
sizes. Would never sell under
$30 usually
New Spring Tourist Coats, in t
mlvfiiroe 1nn nnpL-ofc ml- A
UliAlUl VO j lap pv/vivvu I V va ? vv vwi ^
lar; 50 inches long; will sell atQ
$9.98; for one day at
All-wool Tan Covert and Bla
Spring Coats in the 24- inch
length; half lined with satin; have ^
never sold under $9.98; now re-Q
duced to
Fine Black and Blue Panamas ar
Skirts; stylishly pleated and in ^
many up-to-date designs; not one
of these skirts will sell under $4.98.
Blanket 5a
GOOD QUALITY TAN BLANKETS,
neat colored borders: sold at 80c pair; i
two pairs to a buyer tomorrow at
"WHITE BEDSPREADS IN NEA5
pretty designs; worth ?1.00; not over V
buyer tomorrow at the sale price of....
A SPECIAL LOT OF VERY DESI
Extra Heavy 10-4 White Blankets; sole
larly at 98c pair; sale price for Saturday
EXTRA - HEAVY DOUBLE BEDSI
that sell regularly at $1.40j for Satur
duced to
liryp 44c I
After 5 p.m. tomorrow we will
sell 100 sets of these Handsome
"Wallace Bros'." Hard White
Metal Nut Sets (14 pieces in all),
in a pretty silk-lined box (none delivered),
at
44c Per Set.
bargains io
Wear.
NEW SPRING DRESSES FOR CHILdren
1 to 3 years; neat checked ?. _
ginghams: well made. For
Saturday
LOT OF 6 GIRLS' COLORED
Crushed Velvet Coats; 2. 3/?"-!) /rvC)
and 4 years; were $7 to $10. /..
Yours tomorrow at */<?* * v-r
GIRLS' ALL-WOOL PETER THOMPson
Dresses of fine cheviot serge; embroidered
emblems; full
pleated skirts; 6 to Hrfsp /\n
years; sell at $7.50 regu- ^ # (y)(JJ)
A
Hosiery Speclalls.
"nr/MfwXTta irn t irv t*t r^rvio r
?v uiurii\ o nriA v x r liEin<v^Hi-Liiv* Ejlj
Hose that regularly sell ? TT /
at 19c; for Saturday re- 11
duced to
MEN'S HAL F-W O O L
Hose; black, camel's hair and 11 /> _
natural; sold always at i9c; II BBC
reduced tb
WOMEN'S FINE) QUALITY SILK
Oauze Lisle Hose, in black, g>
white, gray, pink and blue; Ji^i) C.
special i
WOMEN'S SILK MERCERloA^
T iaU . #..11 ?
mcu xjioic iiuoc, mil iCgUliir A 0 Fi 1
made; never sell under 50c;
r B1SCOUN'
NDOUS HO
shopworn and undesirable g<
ind every yard of floor covens
.11 furniture prices==J5 per o
| Five=piece Parlor Suites
B REGULAR SALE
E. PRICE. PRICE
38 Polished Mahog..$110.00 $82.51
75 Polished Mahog.. $90.00 $67.5*
13 Polished Mahog.. $69.50 $52.1
50 Polished Birch
07 (carved) $58.00 $43-5<
38 Polished Birch... $50.00 $37.51
75 Imitation Mahog. $45.00 $33.7
63 Imitation Mahog. $39.50 $29.6,
88 Gobelin Tapestry. $35.00 $26.2
00 Silk Damask $30.00 $22.51
Silk Taoestrv.... S27.50 $20.6
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desires to know more of the Island's affairs
than can be had from the official reports
which reach him periodically. In October
the Secretary will go to the Philippines to
take part in the installation of the new
legislature.
| Cut=Pric?
I Listerine (small) 15c
H Williams' Toilet Water .35c
? Pompeian Massage Cream...33c
? 20-Mule Team Borax; y2 lb.. 5c
l Stein's Alpine Powder; y2 lb.. 25c
g Hand Sapolio 6c
If Danderine 15c
>; Quantity of any above limited t<
iy Sale of
>primig Weai
Special Pric
Suits, made of Stylish New
)lue and gray. of finest chiffon
vest effect, and silk braid, with ve
ilk braid ; lined fancy silk braid ;
v cluster pleats. buttons ; -)4 - leni
? ? I f - . 1 ?.i .
ri o /T\\ iinea wun wnitesa
U 60y? Rich and Har
Silk Waists, exqui
he stylish light embroidered med :
? *5 fTVl tucks; will sell at
urday onIy
Handsome Jaf
ck Broadcloth beautifully trimin
sertion; new sho:
3^ g /H\ O new stock collar;
Ty q)) q (\V value. .? > ? (
Taffeta Silk L
id Gray Mixed colors and two-tor
^ /ft\ <CJ> tra mercerized du
"sua1!)' at $7.98.
^ to
<1 ill ?p
lie. Redone
WITH A ^ WOMEN'S WHIT
lot over 41 Qr Siik Gloves; sold usi
u clearance tomorrow
WOMEN'S 12-Bt:
r AND Gloves; fleece lined
?vo to a 70r dueed to
W O M E NS WH ]
Gloves; mostly in si
RABL.E Sry always Bold at
1 iegru- ([])yf* WOMEN'S CASHS
only... Gloves; gray ant
leri; selling at ouc..
"READS ,0,0 WOMEN'S BL.AC
day re- Silk Gloves that re|
urday reduced to
Saturday Unc
Depeodable
Women's Patent Tip Vici Kid
Button Shoes; Cuban heels; mostly
row widths; all sizes; the value is po
Men's High-grade French Vici
Bluchers; best welt soles; regular $5
sale
Women's Box Calf Bluchers; h
soles; Cuban heels ; value is $3 ; now
Misses' Box Calf Shoes, solid lea
sizes II to 2; shoes that always sell a
Boys' and Youths' Heavy Box C
sizes 1 to 5^2 ; sold always at $2; for '
Infants' Patent Leather Lace 1
toe; turn soles ; all sizes ; fine and sof
A Saturda;
IRniws' (CJ
i v y./ Cw/ ^7 JJ
Boys' Double-breasted Suits, ab(
every size in one kind or another; h
high as $4; they are all now priced foi
at
Boys' Double-breasted and No
Norfolks have bloomer pants); size;
the selling price has been $4 and $5;
Boys' Stylish Novelty Overcoat
style, with embroidered emblem on s
collar; sizes 2}^, 3, 4 and 5 years; th
$5; now special at
The entire stock of Boys' Overco
sold at $6.98 to $9.98; the very latest
ting and long mannish cut; sizes 8 to
them all on sale at
BOYS' ALL-WOOL FLANNEL
Waists, plain red and plain -r> ,?-i> _
Mue; sites 4. 5, 10, 11, 13 Qj)'y'?
years; sell at $1
BOYS' HEAVY PLEAT- <-J) |T /
ed Percale Waists; extra J[
well made; special at only '/
BOYS' GOOD QUALITY
Wool Knee Pants reduced for
a day to
r SALE IS
f!
oods that are dear at any
igs are subject to t&ie dls=
ent off all carpet prices.
(. Chiffoniers.
REGULAR SALE
PRICE. PRICE
D Polished Oak $13.49 $10.1
0 Golden Oak $11.50 $8.6
^ Quartered Oak $23.50 $17.6
3 Gloss Oak .$10.50 $7.8
0 Gloss Oak $8.69 $6.5
| All-Quar..Oak $30.00 $22.5
e Curly Birch $31.00,--$23.2
0 Bird's-eye Maple.. .$26.00 $19.5
3. Bird's-eye Maple... $29.00 $21.7
Hill H. I I 1 1 111 14 1 1 IM 1 +-K-H
A party of fifty or sixty capitalist* from
Baltimore and Philadelphia are in Norfolk.
Vs., on a trip to last several days. They
include, for the moat part, those interested
in the holdings of the Norfolk and Portsmouth
Traction Company, which now con/
_
; Toilets. |
Tinaud's Vegetal Extract 49c *
r
Chambers' Witch Hazel 8c $
Imported Bay Rum 15c $
. J ?
nastman s fc-xtracts; oz 19c -2
Eastman's Benzoin-Almond *
Lotion ioc . ?
a each buyer. jj b
Women's ii
rabies
'AS? ::
Spring Taffeta Silk Pony Jackets
taffeta: richly embroidered with !!
st effect of 11
,ver12,98 !
tin; $20 value^
idsome Black Chiffon Taffeta
sitely designed with drawn work, ;;
all ions, fine<(?> J O +
$9.98. For Sat).
Silk Waists in black and white;
ed with V'al. inrt^crlhe$2o98
;;
rndcrskirts, in black and various I!
le effects; pleated ruffle and ex- \ |
st ruffle; selling *5 fTh Q "
Now reduced^J^jy^
log Gloves. I;
Pi AI\LF UI-iACK. IK-BUTTON *=? <=? J.
ually at J1.50; reduced for d
to ..
TTON BLACK CASHMERE! -p,,
; the value is *1.00; now re- J&C
ITE AND BLACK KID ^ 0
zes 5H and 5%; they have ..
for clearance tomorrow... ..
(EKE SILK -LINED
brown; only a few slzen " '
!K AND WHITE 8-Bi:TTON a ^ 1)
[ularly sell at 98c.; for Sat- .
t
lerpricing in i;
Footwear.
and Patent Leather Blueher and ;;
in small sizes and nar
isitively $4. bale puce <*?** ** *
Kid, Box Calf and Velura Calf ;;
shoes. In Saturday's
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irge eyelets; best welt J ejg>
reduced to ^l./V "
ther, very serviceable; <r ? ^ / >
t$2. Sale price $1.39 j.
'alf Bals; solid leather; fl 1 rt"h "'
the sale at
and Button Shoes; plain (Q)Q^-?
t duality: now reduced to !\
i
y Snap lira |
?thing.
DUt 150 in the lot; 11 to 16 years; ;;
lave always sold /p <1 ||
r quick clearance j| Q I
irfolk Suits (the (Th? "
5 8 to 16 years; "
now to go for.. +
:s; some in the double - breasted !!
.leeve and velvet fTY\ (O
e selling price is
>ats, including all the finest grades ;;
styles, form-fit- A /TV\ O '
i5years;weput^pZ(]-oVy;(Q j
BOYS' FINE GRADE "
31oomer Knte Pants; sold at (njOif'
1; for the half-day
BOYS' EXTRA GOOD
Quality Wool Knee Pants that iM)(U)r*
?Rularly sell at $1
Rnvir ipivp r it'vnifom bt'otlmi "
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3rown {Nrflars; sizes 'J% to 4 ? s\ T
ears; sold by the dozen onJy; ? ((Jl? T
>er dozen 3.
MAKING |
5ss> H I
M-I-I- I I 1 rt 1 i n- i
trola practically all of the traction Unoa la
that part of Virginia south of Hampton
roads, covering something over 129 miles.
Mr. R. Lancaster Williams of Baltimore.
president of the company, is at the head M
the party.
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