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IF YOU WANT every dollar to do doable duly,bo sure und visit our store before buying your Christmas Goods! We have a large and more complete stock than ever before, and the juices are 'way below all com? petition. Dolls! Dolls! Ranging in Price From lc. Up. Fine line of Dolls at 48c; worth 750. Beautiful Dolls at 98c: worth $1.50. Still finer Dolls at $1.23; worth $1.75. Still finer Dolls at ?1.48; worth ?2.00. Still liner Dolls at ?1.97; worth ?2-50. Still finer Dolls at ?2.48: worth ?3 50. Large Line |f Of Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets. Handkerchief Boxes, Work Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes. Shaving Sets, Mechanical Toys of all kinds at prices about half what you pay for them elsewhere. Big Stock of Books One lot of New Testaments. 18c.; worth 50o. 1 lot of New Pocket Testaments, 24c; worth 50c. One lot of New Bibles, 73c; worth ?1.25. One lot of New Bibles, 08c,; worth ?1 50. One lot of New Bibles, ?1.48; worth ?2.00. One lot of New Bibles, ?2.23. worth *3.00. Tremendous Stock of Ladies', Children's and Men's Handkerchiefs At Astonishingly low Prices. Big Stock of Shoes of Ali Kinds! Ladies' Felt Slippers. 08c: worth ?1.25. Ladies' Felt Slippers, ?1.23; worth ?1 50. Infants' Fine Satin Slipper*, 48c: worth 75c. Men's Slippers, 73c: worth ?1.00. Men's Slippers, 0;c. worth ?1.25. Men's Slippers, ?1.23; worth ?1.50. Very Attractive Prieos on Black and Colored Silk and Dress Goods Of All Kiuds. PLEASE BEAR I? KIND WE ARE Headquarters for Bargains! 2712 Washington Avenue WHEHRE QUALITY IS UPPERMOST. CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR MEN Nothing is more suitable than comfortable house sleppers. He will appreciate them, ami they will serve as a constant reminder of the giver. Our lino is very comprehensive, embracing many new patterns and leathers, $1.00 to $2.50 Look them over early. *! WE FIT FEET. LAYING OF CORNER STONE. Impress, vc Exercises to bo Conduct? ed at New Grace Ep;scopa| Church. The corner stone of the new O.race Episcopal church will be laid Wednesday afternoon by Bremoud lynlge, Xo. 211, A. F. & A. M.. with appropriate ceremonies. Rev, Kvory ?TCstlll. pastor of St. John's church. Hampton, will deliver the address.. Bishop Randolph and nil the min? isters of this city have been es? pecially invited to attend. Rev. Estlll preaches t:> the con? gregation overv. Friday night at the Second Presbyterian church. Thj new Church will be completed in about n month. Caught With Lie Goods. Lewis Crump, a negro was arrest led by Patrolman Mcssick at Jeffer son avenue and Twonty-llfth slice: I yesterday on iiie cnafge of larceny Cramp rlld some work at the bom: [of Mr. Smiley, 1153 Twenty-third street, several days ago and whnr he left a revolver went with him. Officer Mcs3lck found the missing ' gun in i lie negro's possession'. Carr Furnishes Bail. Nathan D. Carr, the young man ' who was arrested Friday for the ' Portsmouth authorltio-j on the charge of betrayal, was yosierday released j i.ycn bond for his appearance in j Portsmouth. THREE DAYS OVERDUE Failure of Kilpalrlck, to Arrive Causes Uneasiness. PASSENGERS HAVE FRIENDS HERE Terrible Storm Swept Across the At? lantic Soon After the Transport Sailed From Qibrator and Ves? sel Probably Put Into Azores for Shelter. According to reports given out at the local depot of the United ?totes Quartermaster's Department at III o'clock last night, nothing has yut I heard of the United States army transport Kllpnt rick, now three days overdue at this port from Manila, P. I., with passengers. Inquiries concerning the where? abouts of tho vessel were more fre? quent yesterday than before and apparently the people here who IttiVe friends aboard the transport are becoming uneasy about tho safely of the vessel. The Kilpatrick loft Qibrator on November 22 and a Tew duys late, a tori bio storm swept across th?? Atlantic ocean from the south. The vessel probably encountered tho storm and put In al the Azure Is? lands off the coast of Africa, for; shelter until the storm subsided. If tho steamer pursued such a course it would have delayed her arrival for several days at least. Saturday. December 8, 190G. Arrived Steamer Powhatan. Ryan, Unit I more?to Merchants & ?Minor? Transportation Company with pnss ehgers and merchandise. Steamer Howard. Chase, Provi? dence ami Norfolk?to Merchants & Miners Transportation Company* with passengers and merchandise. Steamer Seneca, ? Keefc, New York and Norfolk?to Old Dominion Steam? ship Company with passengers' and merchandise. Steamer George W Clyde O'Neil, Philadelphia and Norfolk?to Clyde Steamship Company with merchan? dise. Cleared. Steamer Shcnandonhh (Dr.). Trln Ick, Liverpool. Sailed. Steamers Shenandoah (Sr.), Trln lck, Liverpool. Howard, Chase, Balti? more, Powhaton, Ryan. Norfolk and Providence: Hamilton, Boas, Norfolk and New York. Solstad in Dry Dock. The Norwegian steamer Solstad which arlvod here Thursday after losing of three blades of her pro? peller, was Moated Into dry dock No. 2, at the shipyard, yesterday to have a new wheel installed. An emergency propeller, which the ship carries with her, will be put on as soon as the smnshed wheel can be removed. Repairs Complete. The Norwegian steamer Condor, ["Which lias been undergoing repairs in dry dock No. 2, at the shipyard was floated on of the hasin yeslei-1 lay. The vessel will reload that ?>art of her cargo discharged before die entered the dock and will then sail for Stavanger, Norway. Calendar For This Day. 3uh rises . 7:07 a. i Sun sets . 4:40 p. m. | High water ..3:30 a. in., 3:44 p. m. \jovt water .. 0:47 a. h., 10:13 p. m. Calendar For Monday. Sun rises .|. 7:07 a. m Sun sets. 4:40 p. m. High water.. 4:20 a. m., 4:46 p. m. Low water.. 10:49 a. m., 11:07 p. in. For Stealing Coal. Richard Clarke and Herbert Me-1 TVifferty, negroes, were arrested at Pwent'y-flfth street and the railroad I by Detectives Pettus, of the Chesa-1 )'eake& Ohio force, on the charge f larceny. , It is alleged that the non stole several bags of coal from he railroad yard. Mr. Tennis Recovers. Mr. Selwyn Tennis, who recently inderwenl an operation for tumor! >f the stomach at the Elizabeth | tux ton hospital, has been dlscharg )d. * , _ ROBBERY THE CHARGE Two Nearoes Arresten and HelH on ! Suspicion. Two negroes are buing held at 'he ppllce station Charged with be? ug Implicated In a robbery which iccarcd at Mills' stables, Huntington lychlto and Thirty-second street, Friday night. A room In the bulbi? ng occupied by Klder Uradon. a tegro, was entered and a lot of dothing, etc. was stolen. Tho robbery was reported t:> the K>llce late Friday night and shortl y aftenvaVds 'Sergeant Mitchell ar? chied Fvward Brandon a negro, ihd in the poiice court yesterlay nornlng .in.-lice llrown held him for Ive days on the charge of vagrancy. Last night Officer Messlck arrested Herbert/ Wright, also colored, a! luntirigtoti .avenue and Twenty-fifth licet on the charge of having sto 2W the clothes. After on Invest! ?atlon of the affair lad rtlgbl the ?ollce came to the conclusion that trandon was the guilty party. Jr. O. u. A- m" Meeting Here. Stnte Councillor C. H. Fellows has tailed a meeting of the executive ?oard of the State council, to bo held lore next Saturday night For a sweet. who:esome biscuit, roll or loaf of bread, use "Waseo" Flour. ll-20-tf. Qpera j| l^kxsses Are a Most Appropriate Gift for Christmas We pu chased an importer's samples. They are all very fine, and we can sell them for one third less than cost of import. If U s OPERA GLASSES you better look at these. Other suggestions in abundance. Call i o see us. Tlioje business methods which will secure tho con? fidence and respect of the public will at all times be maintained by the management. This will be a "Square" store, and every purchaser is assured a ' Square Deal." Hales Company Jeweler*/- and Optician./* (INC.) Twenty ninth Street and Washington Avenue Open Every Nitjfjt Uritil Xrc]as. When in Doubt Ask the Women They are the shrewdest critics; they Jcnow. mx>r?' about the style, pattern and model that suite your stature and complexion than anybody else. livery day wives, sisters and mothers are here seeing the Suits and Overcoats tried on their men folk, and we have yet to find the woman that does not admire Oldowurtel & Regan's Clothing more than any other Men's Ready-to-Wear. Wo want to acknowledge our obligation to the women for their splendid criticism and support. They are of the greatest help to us, because they prevent men from choosing anything but what is best suited to their individuality. Takes pretty good Clothes to satisfy a woman's naturally trained artistic eye. They tolerate no mistake in fitting, pattern or general harmony. Not a single instance hava our ClotheB failed to receive their enthusiastic praise. Ask the women! We have no better friends. 1 hey know Oldewurtel <fc Regan Clothing and all its ad van tag "S. Men's Suits, $12 to $25 .Just received a line cf Up-tqdate Men's Overcoats From $12. to $35. Boy's Clot Hin^r That .Satisfies IVIothera The fame of our Boys' Department has been spread by the personal word of satisfied mothers, who have told other mothers that Oldewurtsl and Regr.n's colthes their boys. But it had to be Good Clothing to win euch commendation?and it isl ; ?? Mothers who have been dealing here will tell ysu that our stylos are newest and freshest and In largest assortment; fabrics are better, and better tailored; the Clothing fits? better and keeps its shape hotter while m ^Tabf Double-Breasted Suits in a variety of pattarns, $1X0 to $3.00. One Price Busy Corner Washington Ave. and 30th Street.