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IN ALMOST ANY INSTANCE, 33^, 40 AND EVEN
In many instances are the increases in value made possible by these Mid-Summer Unloading Sale Reductions. Understand that the significance of our Mid-Summer Unloading sale is in the goods we re selling rather than in the prices we're quoting. It is the easiest thing in the world to quote a price, but giving the added value a price ought to represent is another matter. Just bear in mind as you read this that this particular clearance is Burk's Clearance; that the prices we quote are "on our own kind of goods, the finest quality known. The reduction in prices means a corresponding increase in value- ?33 '40, 50 per cent, saving to you. Unprecedented Price Slashing in the Boys' Department to to to to BOYS* WOOLEN SUITS $'J.OO and $3.50 grades cut $4.00 and $4.50 grades cut i. $5.00 and $5.50 gra>i?s cut $6.00 and $?.50 grades cut $7".00 and $7.50 grades cut 45 $g 00 and $8.50 grades cut 95 .95 $2.45 .35 .75 $0.00 and $10.00 grades cut $5.45 .18 to .. $10.60 and $12.50 rgrades cut (J*^ BOYS'WASH SUtTB \SSXi $T.00- Boys* Wash. Suits, cut to ... <??r?. ?tof?-?? .?*?^.?.? . . \J Cj \S ?21 Sl.W Boys' -"Wash Sails-cut AUr^WBoys' Wann Suite cut to . .>.?... All $2.50 Bows" Wash Suits mit <m < c\ to.$1.39 Afl] ?' ? Boys'WaataSuits cut ^ AJU'$3.50^oys'1Waah?Stulstcut <g> ? All fcfcOO Roys' AVaehvSuitf><cut to. BOYS' SEPARATE KNICKERBOCKERS All 50c grade? reduced to. 38c All 76o grades reduced to. 48o All $1.00 grades reduocd to. 63o All $1.25 grades reduced to. 98o AU $L50 grade? reduced to.$1.10 $2.35 Men's and Youths' Two and Three-Piece Soils Including Blue and Black Serges and Worsteds as well as genuine Priestly Cravenetted Mohairs. AH the $.5.00 Suits Reduced to AIS the $18.50 and $20.00 Suits Reduced to ASLthe $22.50 and $23.50 Suits ReducetNo Ail the $25.00 Suits Reduced to All the $27.50 and $30.00 Suits Reduced to the $32.50 and $35.00 Suits Reduced to Big On All Shoes Including-- the Celebrated "Stetson" Shoe Boys' Furnishings Puritan Blouse Waists, both white, and col? ored, 50c and 65c grades reduced ^ C to. duC All 75c Blouses reduced A O to. 4?C 38c te.48c : 19c Boys' Standard Negligee Shirts, 50c grades, reduced to. 75c grades reduced .Boys' Solid l>ather Belts. 25 and 35c values, cut to. Boys' Balbriggan atul Porousknit Underwear, 25c and 35c quality, cut to .J. Famous.Black-Cat Stockings,.25c -J Q quality, all sizes;to 11, reduced to. . 1 7v 19c SeparateTrousers Entire ??Stock-Radioally Reduoed. $1.75 $2.45 $2.95 $3.45 $4.45 $4.95 $5.75 Choice of all $3.00 and $3.50 Trousers.'.. Choice of all $4.00 and $4.50 tft? Trousers.r. Choice of all.$5.on Trousers. _vC Choice of all $0.00 and $6.50 Trousers .VJ. Choice of all $7.00 and $7.50 Trousers . Choice of all $8.00 and $8.50 Trousers . Choice of air $9.00 and $9.50 Trousers. IVIairfc and EiglntK FIRST ARGUMENT ALLEN GASE All Evidence Is In, and Landreth Opens for Common? wealth. [Special to The T:m>.'-Dispntrh." WyiheviHe, Va., July ?Court oicr.ed thin -nornlr.-- tt 10 o'clock In the trlnl of Claude Allen for the mur cler of William M. Fo-t.r nt Hlll-vllle. T>ie defense having completed Its evi? dence with the exception of one vrlt !?>?-? v.-ho could not reath here until to-night, the prosecution proceeded with its witnesses in :*tbuttai. Seven were examined in all this morning. .I<hn F. Moore dented ever having taken a message to Kloyd Alien from Dexter Goad about working for him in' t.ie election to repay for (load's select? ing a Jury which would acquit him. Kour witnesses were on the stand this, morning who contradicted the statements made by Si T. Rhodes, a witness f.",r the defense, who testilied to a conversation he had with l>e.\ter Goad In the courthouse at Hillsvlllel relative to the shooting and the time i Goad drew his pistol. Mr. Wysor. for the p.osecution. flat-] led that the case was ready for argu? ment so far as his side was concerned/ ! I ut the defense had one more witness' I coming td-night, so court was adjourn-l ed nt 12:30 until s o'clock to-night, at I which time the witness for the de? fense was examined, anl the opening! argument for tho Commonwealth by Floyd Landreth, Common wealth's At? torney for Carroll county, was made, i It If desired that tho case no. to the Jury by noon on Saturday, and to this etiu the court will hold night sessions und begin a half hour earlier In the i morning, The order of arguments will j be an follows: Mr. Landreth opens for the Common wealth; Judge ogieshy. of Bristol, i op, n.? for the defense; John Draper, of1 Butaski, for the Commonwealth; Judge Halrston, of Boar.olte, for the defense; \V. .S. Poage, of WythevlUe. for the j Commonwealth: I^awson Worrell, of ! Bluefleld, for the defense: Mr. Willis, of Roanoke, for the defense, and J. C. Wys?n, of Pulaskl, will c'.ose the case for the Commonwealth. Six hours will be allowed to a side for the argument of the case, as on the former trial. The prl.-oner'a mrther was present and Fat by his side during the session of the court this morning. Mrs. Ed? wards, mother of Sldna Edwards, who is in jail here, and the defendant's aunt was also present this morning. Death of II. G, II. riarns. After an illness of more than n month. H. 1! H Barns died yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at his residence. I. West Grace Street, in his sixty-1 ? ighth yeai. I Mr. Barns had been paying teller rf the National State and City Bank) for forty-two years, and was at the| time of his death senior dearon "f the Calvary Baptist Church, of whloh he I was one of the organizers. Surviving him. lie leaves a widow.' who was Miss J-r.n'.e R^glnnd. a sist< r of A?hhy T. ami Jehu Ragland; a daughter. Mrs. Harry Doggett. and a son, Linden H. Barns. The funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at j o'clock a: tho Calvary Baptist Church, Refrigerators, Porch Chairs, Go-Carts and Baby Carriages Willow and Wloker. Rustic Hickory and Cedar, Porch Swings nnd Split-bottom Torch Chaira arc- golnp; at a sacrifice of 25 per cent. All our Refrigerators are included in this reduction. Tbe McCray, Automatic, Hohn Pyphon rtntl all are reduced 25 per cent. Fiaby Carriages and Go-carts are s?'.np at the same- reduction. This is your opportunity 114 Pieces Lined Up 114 Pieces We havo 114 Special Values In Drcasors, Chiffoniers, and Washstanda. This 1b an oppor? tunity for you to furnlfih that spare room In attractive furniture of Good Quality at a small coBt. A whole carload of tho pieces In Mahogany, Oak, and Bird's-eye Maple. Ree tho Scsventh Street windows. Grace at Seventh THREESCORE DEAD III FLOODED AREA Many Places Isolated, and List of Fatalities May Be Larger. Pittsburgh. )!ul>- -.">.?.Conditions throughout the flood area are becom? ing normal to-night. Twent)'-four I victims of the flood huve been uc- | counte. for. The- deaths of many | others art- supposed to have taken Placo in coal mines now flooded by water, und it will take many days to bring- in an accurate fatality list. From what has been learned to nlght. with definite details absent, more than three score of persons los', their Hves in torrential rains of yes? terday, it has been impossible to Hue up the list of deaths, bevause most places are isolated and have j been since Sunday. While ?Otting fdcilnlr?: has been heard from the Itc-J Stone Valley, It Is said to-night that unite a number of miners had been drowned. Veri? fication Is Impossible. Communication has been established with a numbi r of points In West Vir? ginia. All report a scvero storm. Three deaths are reported from Fairmont, two had occurred at Monongah, practically two-thirds ot West Virginia Is cut off from com? munication in Western Pennsylvania tt la si eas* of cleaning tip debris. Tri, Penn- I sylvanla put 800 men to work be? tween Connellsvllle and Union town cleaning up th* tracks It win take days to open trie line, bocause imckff and road rounonMons wore swept com pletely away. Within a radius of Mxty miles in Pennsylvania the. storm was severe, in addition to flood conditions the flood ivator hail a tendency to tear up Btrccts, tracks, wreck buildings and carry away practically nil the .small i ridges In the vicinity of the Pitts-j burgh district. To-night at I'nion fu-n foreign women, wives of the' victims diowned yesterday, have threatened vengeance upon the mine losses for their failure to notify their husbands of the approaching dar?er. Mrs Frank Layoff, whose husband was drowned In the mine yesterday, has gon<> Ins?he and threatens to com? mit suicide. An ethployc of the coal compspy has been put in charge of her: in lb* MohOhgahela Valley ail streams are rising. Many persona have been driven from their homes, and much damages has resulted. At BroWnsvllie, Pa., live miners were unaccounted for to-day. heport? early in the day had been to the effect thai twenty-eight were lost. The Mono?a hela River rose rapidly here lo-Ulaji and lo-nlght reached tin- flood stag, of ."J.45 feet, anil probably will go h'gh cr. ? in all sections .if Western Pcnnayt 'vanli slmllM condltiov^ urevail, and th-r.- is no hope of adjusting affairs loi a few days. Heavy nanmcr Done. Milwaukee, Wls.. July 25.?Additional I reports to-day from tho flooded dis? tricts of Northern Wisconsin bear out lite reports of great damage lone by the torrent which swept down the Wis? consin River and Its tributaries from north of Wattsau early Wednesday, when the Br?k aw and other dams gave way Tiie Hood reached Merrill to? day, driving inany people from their bonus, flooding business houses and doing damage estimate at Jl'uii.uoo. The) conditions at Wausati are be? coming normal again, but the damage in that vicinity is conservatively esti? mated at $500,000. NEWAPERlEN ELECT OFFICERS Morehead City. N. C July .'5.?The for tleth annual convention of the North Caro? lina Tress Association adjourned this after? noon after electing the following officers; James If. Calhe, president. Ashevllle; W. < . Hammer, Ashoboro, A. J. Connor. Rich Square, vice-;.residents. P IL?. St Clulr, Hanford, secretary and treasurer. IBxecu rje.e (Committee?James II Calhe, l H Sherlll, Concord; 11. It. Clarli, Statesvllle; H. B. t'arncr. Lexington; lt. M. Phillip*, Greensboro. P. T. Edward*? Klnston. The convention will meet for a mtdwlutel session at Salisbury; und the next annual I meeting will be held at Ashevllle. REFUSES TO QUIT AND IS KICKED OUT Continued From Third Page convention. That number of delegates and alternate* was ,-uosen. Vegro Issues Call. Jackson, .Miss.. July 25.?oiu-e called and then recalled, a State convention of Mississippi Roosevelt Republicans was ordered for the second time to-dayi by a faction of the Colonel's followers^ who du not proposo to bo halteil In their course by the notification, as Dr. 8. L. Redmond, a negro politician or this city, puts It. that "no negroes need apply." Redmond and other negroes formu? lated the call to-day and sent It over the sjtate. Ho says no color line will be drawn. Redmond asserts he Is tno national commltteoman of the progres? siv,, party for Mississippi, and was choaeh at the Chicago meeting. R. F. Ridge, of Ellsvlle. claims he has beejt commleajoned by Senator Dixon to call a convention of progressives in Missis* slppi. and a few days ago Issued the call for a convention July 31 at Jack? son, to white voters only. Candidates at Work. Th" Korthtlde Democratic Club will meet In Fraternity Hall to-night t'aptaln John Lamb has accepted en invitation to bo present and make mi address. Former Governor a. J. Montague will ad ??' ? i- Wi ,i:n.?leii s '"-night.. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI In Summertime the system craves fruit Juices. For fever and convalescents ospooi.il - ly we recommend? Pineapple Juice....25c Grape Juice.25r Lime Juice.I0<! Raspberry Vinegar.25o For Hot Weather Fatigue try the regular use of Stotit or Malt Extract. Scotch Malt.$1.50 .loz. Makes Rich Red Blood Good Claret stimu? lates the digestive func? tions and brings back red cheeks. Va. Medoc Claret .200 S2.7.-> doz. Va. Seedling tiaret. 350 Si!.:., doz. Summer Appetizers A few drops add zest to any dish. H. & P. Satire.250 Gulness Stout $2.2.% dor. | Kssence Anchovy. . .360 KYF.HYTH1XG GOOD TO EAT AND DRINK. 504*508 East Broad. Tel. Monroe 101-10(1.