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GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO. MANUFACTURING RETAILERS S GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO. MANUFACTURING RETAILERS
z ?3 s ul Si os o Cm E (fl O H Z ?**< u ?? S ca 2 < H < O (J z s </> w SB i c On the Dollar forjggl Until Next Saturday Night. Store Leased Over our Heads ur Must Vacate at Once. The Entire Stock of >9 <3tf?G??ir HIIHIIfl WIbij Every dollar's worth of Men's. Women's and Children's High Grade Water-Proof Clothing now in our store musl be sold by LO o'clock Saturday night. It it? the greatest bargain chance yon will ever have. Note these prices and consider tlie quality goods we manufacture. The Season's Most Phenomenal Values I Sale Commences Tsmerrow, ?onday, Oec. 8 0, at 8:30 a.m. and will Continue Until 10 o'clock Saturday Night, Dec. 15. '?3*4 ist^jsmsmeismi^ixxxiU mUfWHiw^^ masuaagga^ Such impressive, bargains as these have not confronted you in years?tomorrow marks the climax of our Continuous feats of underselling. On the Dollar for Until Next Saturday Night. Men's #?? f>t) Raincoats, latest styles: until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Ale ?'s $9.50 Raincoats, single or double breast? ed; plaid Hiiings; until 10 o'clock Saturday night M[on/a $11.50 Raincoats, very handsome until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Mon's$lK.50 (Jenuine Gravenettes; Saturday night. until 10 o'clock |ft 9 Ladies' $0.5() Raincoats, in the latest styles; until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Ladies''$16.25 High Grade Raincoats o'clock Saturday night. until 10 Ladies* $22^6.0 Carvenettcs, in 20 different styles; until 10 o'clock Saturday idglit. Men's $28.00 Satin Lined Cravenlte Kaincoats, in Gray, Tan oi Rl??k; until 10 o'el??li Saturday fl rfft night .$ H Hb The very highest grade of Raincoat made for men. <?">? silk lined: until 10 o'clock Saturday night.V Mat's $25 00 and $80.1 0 Paddock Uiiincbats; fi? until It) o'clock Saturday night.*p Ladies' Priestly Cravenettcs. exclusive styles; $28.50 values^ until 10 o'clock Saturday night. The very Highest Grade of Ladies' Priestly Craveuettes: until 10 o'lock Saturday night... Boys' and Girls' Raincoats, 88.00 and $4.00 values; until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Ladies' Pinest Silk Rubber Raincoats, different shades: until 10 o'clock Saturday night. OM li early and avoid the hisll, as this is the (41U3ATE8T SACRlPICrO SALTS ever held in Norfolk. AIL ORDERS promptly attended to if accompa? nied by check or money order. Give height and Chest measurement. O > < P3 H W V) > Z o o > H to ?GQ.QftYK.fiR RAINCOAT CO. MANUFACTURING RETAILORS I GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO. MANUFACTURING RETAILERS r a w z rgatgjgr?^ AT THE ACADEMY THIS WEEK. Wednesday?-Chaunccy Olcott In "Eileen Acthorne." Friday--AI. ?, Wilson in "Metz In Us AI?C." At. H. Wilsorr. "aoidon Voi.i'i" Ai. ii. Wilson Is to tin tlu> nt ruction ?i tho Acad? emy 6f''ftI?Blc, host Friday < Hue. 11t ii In Sidney li. romantic niiin dialed :? ioctly drama "Metz i , Tho Alpj," A briyl: t yo.;;|:ui tlf undmi',1 ? pfl talont3 !s 2u\ \vil?oa; gifted with the unusual iualliy of belli;; nh'e to extract a tear ? ," convulse h's auditors will) ui'.y.v! ;epl w.t'i ai. mush case a*iy initny innre n >i ?1 plp.Vif. HO is ft l?O li)<! |;o. ?('.<:-. if of a rarely sv.'e ;1 sin ;ihg mice. "v.ctr. in the Alps" I ? by Sidney n. full.a, who l?:s written a niumtior of succosce:; far M \ vVI >n. The Bce:?.> !? U*,\ In Southern Switzerland nutl >:i i'i" S.vl?3 Alpn. Met;: the lior.i, a" y~-u?g "Sv.!. hpppily living with h':: Wifo and child >.p' the um : Kr.gllali f-ottlo ment of Sandgnte ?? s. ?? main in? dustry is lace u.a' -?. Ho Is 6aII od to the village l;i a sc'pp.l a bo? nnes! or the la; - 1 ? ill owner's in terost and uppp ,;l:.--v rat lcarna that lis wife's !'?>..<? husband, Kren? el, who she had bp'.ieyod dean; wus Still living and had come to claim her. Motz anil It's wife agree to separate, he keeping the child an 1 as Metz. ui?;in Ute$:opting <'??? bequest had promised to clear his benefactor's memory from the <al nmny then clouding It, iui Icrtalt' i to do s) by a Jwtrna'y over the AlnB wit'.i Important fnr'god receipt ;. He is followed by h!; wife, who 1'uving reason t;> believe Metz alula tak?,s nor ciilid and seeks to re? turn, but lieoomea b . t In the snow where she is discovered by Frenze!, who suffering from wound I oils her of Mot's escape, m: i that he la recking her. Frenzel lit revenge C lUSCr, her to fall over :t crevasse, f.'Oltl v,'1:;.:; ?'??? ij r.-- \e\l bv Melz, w.altul by Monks aa I SI Bernard dcg.s frpm a near 'by Ho3pi<??; 'Many .adventures befall -them bo'.-h after this and the su'-'ounuo la matti tdined nt a high pire.li ?-until ,*vbj?* lost. Comedy is interspersed through out the four act? and Mr. Wilson In given im opportunity to use his l*|nh.',?'V<)iuu.; lUj songs that roach the heart, Among them mtij l"- mention oil, "My tienven Is in your JSyeH'1 "\Vh|Bpcrlng Uropzp," "A Lullaby," "Sour-' of tin' Rrithcrbuld*' and an Alpine yodel, "Swiss Mountain Ijlrd" which shows Iho wondrous range and complex notes of whin the human video is capable. A!.- ? CHAUNCE Hie very humorous song "Tlw I Siill'/lotuink," Thn company is sniii ? hu Im- iui exceedingly capable one. Prices :ir<- 25 eeiiN '<> $1.50; S?ntn j will lie on Kali- ai Ihn box olllcc \Vednosdny morning al '.' o'clock. C.li3ll!ict;y Olcr.tt. '|'}ie nc.tibn of Klleen ?slhorel [(Kilon my t roan uro) Ihn new play) '">? Theodore llurl Sayro Which Clinuhoey Olcotl will prcfl*??l at th \i n?euiy of Music. Wodnesflay nlghc laUti's plane in ami around Dublin during iln> year jSQ-1 and concerns Iho fortunes of lilch?rd Temple, a warm-hearted, hot-headed young gen I tlcman of Lite period, who Ihbugh WOll endowed \yll.h virtues lias round ?vied so attractive tliat he Is well on Mils way down the road to ruin, j .lust as he is planning with his faithful old servant to lly the coum Iry and enlist under Mapoippp's en 1 sign chance throws hhn into co;;i I topi with Eileen b'boiirioll, a dainty Irish maldoii, nnd at one glniico of : y \ lcotT. * - Let Us Fit Your Feet M Each purchaser will be giveii a ^uess on the Aulo c.r the handsome Doll shown in cur window. Santa will be at this store next week, come in and see him A ? Few -Suggestions for Presents, Ladies' Shoe Trees Ladies' $pat.?, blue, cn.y, black, gieen, Alice blue ami purple $>S.OO See our new f.slt slipper?, wann and prettv. A nice present tor in oilier or ? is Ter. $i oo, i 25 and $3.SO Men's Shoe Trees. Keep your shoes in .shape by usintj she c tu es, $1.00 Men's Jniietts and warm slippers. A nice present for lather or brother, Shoes of Quality, a s h i o n Shoe* Store 2907 W?is!iis-Bgton Ave. J. k?. Burcher, Hgr. her eye lie is hopelessly entangled nntj vow.;' n thorough ? reformation in his life. Then there are months if. probat ion during which his quick ivit, genial good-humor and manly [\tfiibutes win' hlni the esteem of 11. His suit with Klleon. 100, scenin i) pfj?Sper when unhappy event fccttrs. Kileen has 'another suitor, ,;i English n ?b'.eman, Sir. Geoffrey l.r.'ftus by name, who is most Insis Lchl in his campaign. Eileen, how ?ver. really loves Hi chard Temple leit keeps her own counsel. Sir Geoffrey suspecting this, learns through treachery that Eileen's it her, Rodney, 1j concerned in a revolutionary plot the discovery of y. 'uo.h.to the proper authorities .woulo j rneaii the loss of his head. He holds the threat over tior?marry him, slid ho will s-m* Rodney?re? fuse tin\l Rbfluey :Hcn. Into thli broach young "pemjilo throws hlriiself nnil matches ivtl with wit, ri.-.:,hi lila ilife, lila honor arid ovo? rv good opinion of fi.Ho? :i to fp!| Sir nmifriy. The interest !s wrought lo a fever h?ttt ami sustained throughout, Inn lb ore is ao iloarta o!" humor hnd the delightful lovo scones for which .Mr. Olcott is fam? ed. (uclh Hal to the action of the drama Mr. OlCOtl sings four now songs especially written and com? posed by him for this play . Man? ager Augustus Pftpu is said to have piovldcd a splendid production. J Prices for tills entertainment are 28, 50, 75, $1.00 ami $1.50 and tha scats go on cale at the box offUo tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. "When Knighthood was in Flower." "Whoa Knighthood was In flower." with Miss Anna ptfy ns a star, was Been at the Academy of Music yes torday afternoon by a largo matinee avtilience and by a sninll crowd at night, Mr. Kniest Shipman, who presentlg thb'star and play, has pro? vided an excellent production a3 far as ' scenery, costumes and accessories '. are concerned, and the company supporting Miss Day is an accepta? ble; one. Miss Hay herself utterly fails in. her "'effort to portray the character, of Charles Majors heroine, the mad cip Prlncesi Mary .Tudor.