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Washington Ave.
and 33rd St.
Formerly the HUGHES
B?IL?IKQ.
Wait lor the Open?
ing Saturday
Morning
FEBRUARY 8th.
?BBBBHSBiBnnkVBU
Men's -nothing?READ!
$10.00 and $12X0 Men's Suits, sixes
from M up, In several shade a of ras
Blmeri and neal overplsids, single
and double breasted, well worth any?
body*' $10.00, your unrestricted choice
$2.90
sill In Ibis
$10 and $18 Men's Suits. Did von
evei buy n strlc.ti)' all wool suit In a
variety of patterns, Including fir. ?
Knck thlbet?and many .styles of
Wertteil? perfect fitting?values up
'' SB 90
I choice at
$15 and $18 Top Coats, made ill
several now Bhados of line quality
? 'i.vcit cloth, Including some lino tin
finished Wlrstod Models?perfect fit?
ting, The Values are up to $1X.
Your unrestricted choice
S5.90
$20 Men's Raincoats?Here (<.- ?ho
fun st ehnnce tri possess tine Cra
venetl Raincoat?guaranteed nhi iln
tely rain proof In the riewesi up
tb-dnte models, $20.00 'aiu <.
v.:.!!- unn Irlcted choice gp 0Q
$2.00 Men's Pant3?In this- lot
yOli will liiul about 2150 puir ??>'?'
Men's Pauls?all six**?well imu'e
and wevth the regular price of
Yo'.ir unrest riet ftOn
. d choice at . 5J?C
$0 Mtn's Pants?These I'tUtS are
made by one of tlu- v ?rv 'eat
wird'sale tailors, comprise flic choic?
est patterns in line Worsteds
nnd Casslmers?elegantly Inlfoied
nll sizes?worth every penny of $r,
Your um est rieted ehoiei
$2.98
FREE!
Your Railroad Fare Paid.
Or any purchase of $10.00
or more within 50 miles of
Newport News. Your money
back for the asking.
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING CO
$35,000
Worth of Men's, Women's and Children's Clothing: to be sacrificed at
TMIRTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. The quality and the prices of this
high grade stock will startle the city. Every garment is backed with
our personal guarantee. Such Mighty Money-Saving Opportunities have never before been offered
in this city?the chance of a life-time is yours?-will you grasp it?
' Men's Clothing.
$18 and $20 Men's Suite?Made ?'
vfrrji tine domestics and Imported
worsteds and casslmers ? Im hiding
black ihlbets and unfinished worsted,
tailored pqual to the best Mr roh un I
Tailors effects, in single mid
double breasted models worth
$20. Your unrestricted
choice at .
FOR THE RED SIGN!
$8.90
$18 Men's Overcoats?In a variety
of fancy and plain modelt'?cut in lat?
est styles?Six distinctly different
modies lo choose from-?Spli mi d val?
ues at $18. Your uiire.i
trleed choice at .
SG.9Q
$10 and $12 Boy's Overcoats? \ ? .
'?' lo IT shown In plain and fan?
cy models?cut) in most apprnv- d
style.;. an<| perfect fiulne values, $ln
and $12. Your unres?
tricted choice at .
S3.90
$3 and $3.00 Men's Pants?If you
are In need of u good pair of
PnhtS- such an yon would want
for eithen dress or evening wear,
b < K ai ibis lot?you win fa astonish?
ed at the great values we offer
Your unrestricted cholci
al .
81.90
$0 Children's Suits?AgCS S to 17?
hi black and fancv patterns?
either plain or knlckorbojeker pants?
just such a suit as you would want
for that Roy of yours. A g.iod $"i
value. Your unrestricted
choice lit .
SI 90
$3 and $1 Men's Cordury Pants?In
dark and light shades. Splendid
quality, guaranteed not to rip.
Your unrestricted choice QQ
Women's Coats & Suits.
$12 and $10 Ladles' Coats?There
Ik a lou of line Ladles' Toni Im
Cunts r>2 Inches long In nil shades
of (Inn Scotch mixtures?nil Bites
?worth live Ihne? the pile
offer them at. Your
unrestrlete,| choice al
$2.49
$25 Ladles' Coats?hi I he verv
newest tight fitting models--Muck
und several new shoot's of tau
?silk lined?a garment you could
not possibly buy at less thnu
$!"5. Your unrestricted
i hole,, at .
S6.90
$12 Children'c and Misses' Caals?
in very fine cut plush, slr.es s
io ir. yours-?made by one of
New Vork'ti IHO.it exclusive Children'."
Coin Tailors. It will pay you hand?
somely to sie these COatS - Worth $1?
and $!?"?? Your Htiroi
I rieted choice at .
S3.90
$26 and $30 Ladies' Suits?-Even If
you wen- not In need of a line suit,
it win pay vou handsomely to see
'be-:,' elegant Eton Sulla. In all Shades
or eb unni materials ? beautifully
made?silk lined ??worth $25 nnd
$;itt. Your unn-.Irl. teil u O Qf|
clioloe ai . vD.OU
$0 and $7 Ladies' Walsto?These
ii n tine \lbntrosa Waists) come in
all the tit w aluides?you have never
gooh a prettier Waist foi' a good
deal more money?all Sliea?While
they last your unrestrict?
ed choice at .
$1.98
REMEMBER
The Opening Day, Sat?
urday, Feb. 8th, 9 A. M.
i mmt wmmm wm i mimmmmmmm
Washington Ave.
and 33rd St.
Formerly the HUQNES
BUILDING.
Walt for the Open?
ing Saturday
Morning
FEBRUARY 8th
Men's Furnishings.
Men's Ifio collars, not
all slacH .
Men's me Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs .
Men' i SAi
Rafters ..
Men's $i.un Jersey
Shirts .
Men's 75c
rndtrwear
38c
Men's $100 stiff Uo8ohi
Shirts, not all BlWs .
Men's 75c. $1. $1.25 Work?
ing Cloves, pnlr .
Men's Negligee Shirts,
ami $i grades .
Men's nild Hoy's $1,00
Sweaters .
39c
41c
41c
49c
M. n's fi.r>0 stiff Bosom rjin
Monarch shin: , not nil sizes fxit
Men's $1.50 Ribbed alirt* *] An
Kleeceilned Underwear . .. I*lu
Mi n's $:t and ti cardigan
.InekvlB .
,$1.39
The Famous Clothing Co.
Washington Avenue and 33rd Street.
Formerly Hughes Building.
FREE!
Your Railroad Fare Paid.
On any purchase of $10.00
or more within 00 milea of
Newport News. Your money
back for the asking.
1 fci?UMMXUMm''?UmiA? atMUlHMMemMlf IIIIIW i I
iMBSflMnsssasmi
BLOWN FAR OUT TO SEA!
Tug Edgar Lucken?ack and Ih.eej
Barges Had Rough Time.
STUCK TOGETHER TKRQ?6H II All
Ofi&hci-e Wine's Sent *'"ssels Sixty
Miles Out, But tlie Tut Held on to
Her Cliar'jcc nnd Brcught Them
B.-.ck in S.ifttv.
vorn.* gules ithil hbavy s. a?, during
After n i'iVi- days' battle agqinat s?r
BUY CLOTHES RIGHT.
Of Reduction Sale
on Manhattan
Shirts.
ei.r.o Siititf.$1.16
5S1.7r> Shirts. 1.26
I *:>.<)(> Shirt? ......... 1;50
I Werth ei m er
& Co.
Wabhincjton Ave. and CGth St.
immamaammamammm
which they were swept, Bt) miles out
in sea. the mg ?dgar Luckenback,
ami the 'barges Independent, yViaali:
ins; on and W. H. Connor, arrived ai
this port yesterday mo'iilhg, four
days overdue from Providence via
I New York.
'I'll,- tug nnil her tow ran into the
[ storm last Friday off the northern
i coast of Virginia rind 'he vessels
I were soon blown far oir'. to rea by
I the : ffshore winds. Although plung
! lug and rolling In the hen.v seas ami
! unable ?b make any headway, the
! tug held on to the badges to the last.
Thei tug M. rc. Luckcnback. which
left I lamp on Road?, Tuesday, found
I tlie tug and her charges on* Hog Is
, land and taking the Washington and
] Connor in tow she proceeded 10 the
! RoaCs. The Kdgar I.Uckenbaelt fol
j If wed with the barge independent.
None of tile vessels Butt nlned any
' material damage In the gale.
SHIPPING REPORT.
Thursday, Februa y 6, 1908.
Arrived.
Dienmor Guernsey (Nor.) .lorgen
t,<-1. Mull?to New Uiver Consolidated
Coal Company in ballast.
Steamer Ravenscralg, Johnson,
iVovidence ? to Warren & .Monks
t* ai Com) my la balls t.
Steamer .1. H; Devereanx, Kenne.
r..)stou?to \Vhl e C.ik Coal C ?inpatiy
in ballast.
I S:eaine Hay Port. Jensmi, Boston?
11<6 While Oak Coal Company in bal
I ' **?
I I' rgo Independent front Providence
I?lo Warren & M inks Coal Company
, in bulls' *.
1 Barge Wa liingtnn from Providence
?I?to Smokele ., Fuel Gorhpiny in bil
last.
I Marge W. II. Cinnor from P-ovi
jcl-ucc?to Bmokelesg Puei Company
I in halms
Clearc".
Sleamcr AngOt (N'or.l Sevald. Cr's
Itobal, Panama ?Hrrwlnd-White Coal
Company.
, Barge Knickerbocker for Providence
?Chesipcake & 'Ohio Coal and Coke
c ?inpatiy.
Sailed.
Rtoamcr Aries (nr.) Disney if on
; Calves'on) Cork (for orders.)
I Schooner if el en ll n?iietlict, Itror
keiit, Boston,
Calendar for Today.
Sun rises . <:?"2 ?? ">?
Sun sets ??. !'? m
Hik'i water ... I a. iu.. ::: 1" p. in.
Low water ... Si'.'tt a. in., 8:3lt p. in.
Coal for Panama.
The NYrwcglan steamahln Annul.
Capalri Savaldj cleared yestt iday fur
Chi lobal, Panama, with a CO r. ? "i
r?.Gl>;l oiis of cull. valued at JIC.240.
HERE FOR COAL CARCOES.
Fou.- Steamt. 1 and Three Barges in
Port.
P up steamships and three Irtrsca
arrived at this port ye.Urday to load
full cargoes or real. T'ie Norwegen
e: inshlp (Inarasey will take ahout
5,000 totta (cr the United States n.i
vai cp?lng station at Smi Francisco
and the steamers Haven- : .-nig, .1. II.
OevoreaUX and Hay Po i and Hi,' ihr,-.'
bar Tea will lead an agg regime of
aln 17.000 ions for New Rug land,
All of the vessels, oxrept tin- "team- -
??r Cuernsey were doeked at the coal
piers soo:i after their arrival and In
Che afternoon there was Incensed nc
tlyj y it all or th?- docks.
! INTEREST IS INCREASING.
Ancther Large Crowd Attends Ser?
vices In First Baptist Church.
' I Merest in the evangelist ie services
,'it he Newport NVwrf Baptist chuieil
is Bteadily Increasing and another
Inr -o crowd attended the servic?
es last night. Rev. .1. .1. Porter, f).
f\. "reached a powerte! and exceed?
ing')- IniercFtlng sermon on the mih
-.lecl. ''Everlasting Punisliih nt." There
were several additions to the church
all: r the sermon.
I r. Porter will nreach aga'n, to
iitp'it, hut (hero will he no services
!,.. ..miow night. Thn evangelists
will occupy the pulpit or the church at
II o'clock Kundin morning and X
o'< lock Sunday night.
ELECT OFFICERS TODAY.
High School Literary Society to Hold
i Interesting Meeting.
'")? ? Hjph i ehool llttrarv aoclt-ly
i will hold Us regular hi-wceklv moet
ln." !n the a-semhlv hall of the Hlgt
school btitldlnjpi at I o'clock this after
lit "n. OlPrers far the msning tern'
are to he ehest n and a spirited elec
1 tln-t Is anticipated.
Following the hns'nesa seksioli a lit
? evirv and musical program will hi
iii.dett'd l y ,-everal of the pupils.
PUNS FOR NEXT FALL
_ i
QotiaUcns lor Fco-ball Games{
rp?grtssi?g Sallsfacloilly. I
I
_
DAVIDSON COLLEGE TEAM COOT,
Strong Tar Heel Eleven Again to
Meet V. P. I. Here if Date Prior to
Thanksgiving Can be Arranged?
Washington and Lee.
, Negotiations are now on for a foot- j
hall ;;,nne in Newport News this fall
I?tween the eleven of (the Virginia !
Polvlerlmle Institute and Lie team of
Davidson College, Duvuson, N. 0.
President J; s. Bprague, of the Mer- !
chants' Association, received a letter |
y.ittidny from Managt i^.l. a. McHae.
of tlie Davidson College team, stating
that ho would Ilk*' to meet V. P. I.,
in tills city previous lb Thanksgiving
Ray If the association could give the
j college u dale.
President Spraglio will commtinl
bate with V. P I., relative to tin' mat?
ter and It seems almost certain thai
the match will he arranged, for the
manager of the V P. It', eleven has al?
ready asked -for a game here this kpu
son. An {effort will be made to have the
game arranged for the first or second
Saturday in November.
Those two oil ?eiiH are ninoug the
fasted In the Atlantic slates and a
Match hot w. in lie in should he < fie of
Ihe host of the season In Virginia.
Arrangements have already been
mndr for a gam,- between Washing?
ton and l-eo University and the Uni?
versity of North Carolina In this city
for Saturday. October 10. This. tod.
Should prove a vi ry good game.
As yet no arrangements have been
mad,- for a game on Thanksgiving
Day; All of the larger colleges and
universities in Virginia and North
Carolina have scheduled matches for
that date. It ls possible, however,
that, a match will he nrrang d I' -
tween Washington and Lee and some
good Northern college. If the effort*
are Bpccesfful, the lovers of football
in this section Will afe three pf Inn
best games of the year in the middle
Atlantic states.
1 /
THEATRICAL 1
U'llTain Collier, wild stands, out
a. one of Mio rArcmosI comedians of
ill" ilav-, will bo -????ii ill I In- Academy
?f Matslc on f\sb. sih in "Caught; In
iln- itain." I ho farce comedy which
lie w.oti- in uollaborallon >wl b Gran I
Stewart. Ily h:s brilliant huccuss in
"The l)ie{nt ir.V "(jil Ilia Qtllet," anil
cither clover comedies Mr. Collier hau
firmly established himself lit tin- high
V.MIiam Collier.
esteem of Hie moat jHserlhilnatlng
'ii tit rgoera hero and abroad. Thhs Is
! is fir: i, tour South In several years.
Since bis ln.-t visit he has became
I'lc i f ciia I es Prolrman's leading
. a;.; und Im? played remarkably suo
Iefssful cngngeirients in t/dndon und
Aua) i nil i.
"Cat giit In he Haln." ran for sev?
en ;nonths last season nt. the dnrrlek
Theater In New York. It's clean
wkolef.oiUo rim WU4 especially com?
iiiondet].
"Little Johnny Jonen.'*
"Little Johnny Jones," which comes
i , the Academy of Music nc.X Tues?
day night, is apparently, as much of
n favorite with theatergoers as it was
(hiring the days of its Initial present?
s'Ion.
The song number in "Little Johnny
Join's" are one of he most fascinat?
ing featuros. As n matter of fact,
Mr. Cohan has f.uppilod th's pnriicu
lar play whh m (re of bis composi?
tions hail are noticeable in any of
his otIn r proiluclions.
The favorites seemi to bo "They're
All My Friends." "Nesting In n New
York Tee..Op In the 'Anfom."
"Cood Ohl California," ''Cbod Bye,
Klo." "Yankee. Poodle Hoy," 1'UfO'S
a Very Funny Proposition After All,"
and lest h"t not legs' . the fnmons
cue "OlviS My Regards to Broadway."
One of Mr, Cohan's most recent e^n
trlbt'Mons to the musical world Is a
march entitled, "Popularity," which
U rendered by I ho orchestra between
the d st and second nets of the per?
formance of "Little Johnny Jones."
Tihj advance sale begins Sn'.rudny.
African Elephant Neede Help.
The elephant If) going the way of
nil flesh. The troops of elephants in
Africa are so sadly thinned as to need
ilte strong arm of the law to protect
them. The white rhlnorceros is gone
in-over, the wh'te-lallr ,| j;iiu is prac?
tically extinct. The work of destruc?
tion stoadllv is Ruing on. nt any rate
In trrrltorleB outfide the British rule,
while the fact that no restriction Is
put upon the nse of 11 rearms by the
natives contribute^ r.tlll fujther to the
slaughter. A heavy toll Is Htill levied
upon elephants for the sake of theli
Ivory, hence the destruction It? rnr
rJcd on ly native.* at the instigation
of Ktironenris engaged In the Ivory
trnflie. White men may shoot bnly ;
limited number, and for this conces
nlon must pay bleb license, So the
markets are supplied by animals kill?
ed bv the blacks, who ure privileged
to kill as they list.
Historic Schoolsbips.
The old Saratoga; built at Klitery,
Me.. In 1812. and so often repaired
ha' Hier., remains I ".In of the orig?
inal ihnb'r chat was I'll; Into her has
now been etlred. -.!.- well as the 5?':
Mary's and 'he Rr terprl.nO. When
the Sii.iioga wem in o commission
she displaced nlioul S22 tons and car
.'ev'd a ba'tery of wpnty guns. She
: was a distinctly now uo or American
warship at tha.1 time but was quickly
; followed by glstor ships, Hurhnstl|o
Portsmouth mil) St. Mary. lW firs!
ci.inmindor was Joslnh Tuilnull, wlio
later wan conimaiiilc <>r the famoiia
Confedornio Ironclad Merrlm?c in
bringing her to Now York du her f^rsl
trip In? encountered a .severe storm.
Knr i\v<> days be rough) the sto to un?
til the vessel w-?s d'.amr.sted nu'.j ;
bad to wo k hla way bark to IV.i a
month for ron-ilr?. Later she oaltrid
for African waters to take ljai ' in the
suppression or the tdave iraile. In
the Itarbary war, 1813, -.he Sara agn
gave a good account cf herself, arid
| In MvsxICan war Bhe was attached
10 ' be bom souad'on, her commander
b>Ing .David Farragut. Prior to that.
Commander Slinbrlck dad her aa a
part of what -was then known as the
Hray.ll st|tiardoii. Her dimensions
are: Leuglh 117 ret; bI.i Indiek';
broodth. !|0 fee; i Inch: and lu r dls
Iplacement is I'.OSS ions, as Is -hat of
I t he St. Mary's. The latter vessel is
j 150 feet long. UV fee; ?l.\ Inches ben til.
and Was bull at Washington, 1). C,
! 'n 1844. The S:. Ma y s has for many
I years boon maintained i.s a BCfbdjai^
I ship by the educational authorities
or New York Cf y, -while the Snratogn ?
and the Enterprise have been maitj
?iln.'d by the s a os of Pennsylvania
and Massachusetts, reopcti Ivejy. 'the
Knterprlse I? iCie only one of the hi '
that Is i)<> absolutely dependent upon
sail power and I*' also somhwhbl
larger, 'he displacement being 1,5175
loita; leng h .df? feet; bread r.
fcot. She was bulit at Khlery, Me.,
in 1 S7:t. ami Is of iron c.nn.s rue'.'on,
while the SI. Mary's and Pile Sara?
toga are of wood. All three, SirAr
ever are now i.O be retired in favo'*
of more modern vessels, and Instead
>f the S'. Mary's the Newport, a gtm
?oa- . is to h" used. The .Newport,
vill be brought :o the New York
uivy yard by the l.el)ation, a collier
md put lu condl Jon for tho new sc' -
vice. For nearly a year ?he Newport
has been out or commission and ly?
ing at lihe Hoston navy yard. Author?
ities at. the nautirtal school eonaidflr
.lie St. Mary's not. modern enough
Tor training modern sailors. On flic
Newpo t, the sailors, will be able to
get instruction In nporntlny^ boMi Ball
and s cam em't. It wl'l probably tie
two months bet?re she will he ineon
d': Ion to lie turned over 'o the i'.aa;l
ca! ucl;ool.
Puntn Arenas means drvno. -.. Bej
the Jaekies believe that It w.t , :;..(
rlRhtly nnnted.

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