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Great Interest Manifested in Vir?
ginia Senatorial Contest.
Secretary Lone Tlslla Richmond -
Cltlls on Governor 1 yIrr-Iimpcct
cd Shlpbnlldlng Wnrhi-OsTom
or'* military Order? Invited to
Paria American Exposition ?
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Richmond, Va., March 30.?The Inter?
est being manifested all over the State
Jn the movement to have a conference
in this city In May for the purpose of
considering methods whereby the peo?
ple may select their candidates for the
United Slates Senate, Is far greater
than that shown In any subject which
Sins Come up In Virginia politics proba?
bly since the proposition to endorse a
Senatorial primary Avas made at the
?Roanoke Convention In 1S97.
Tho call for the conference was sign?
ed by only fifty Democrats. Since U was
Issued It has become apparent that a
hundred times as many signers could
have been obtained with ease. Many of
the best known public men In Virginia
are hastening to put themselves on rec?
ord us favoring tho May conference.
It is_a_f_a,c_t_ quite remarkable that
while numerous men of promlnericeln
the party In Virginia are declaring
themselves as favorable to the confer?
ence, so far as known not one has said
he opposed it. There may be a fight
made to prevent its being productive of
results, but It Is not believed that there
will be open opposition. To fight the
conference means to assume an attitude
of opposition to the election of United
States Senators by the people. There
con bo no question that the great ma?
jority of Democrats of the State nre
opposed to'the continuance of the pres?
ent, method of choosing tho members
of the upper house of tho Federal Con?
A well known county judge of this
State In a recent letter to a gentleman
In this city expresses the opinion that
the conference will sweep over the State
like a prairlo fire. He thinks the people
are only waiting for a move and that
now it has been made, Virginia will see
a political earthquake.
Tho fact that the- writer speaks of
the call for the conference as a move?
ment to elect Senators by the people is
regarded ns significant. This is not the
object of the conference, but it is real?
ized by those who oppose It that they
Will have great difficulty in making the
public believe that there is a wide dif?
ference between the popular election of
Senators and the ponular selection or
candidates- Those who advocate the
latter say the differenco is so Blight as
to be almost shadowy.
Governor Tyler to-day decided to is?
sue an (>r<ler revoking the> commissions
of all officers of tho Virginia volun?
teers without commands?that is, those
who by reason of the volunteering of
their commands or portions of them for
service against Spain. lie will also ac?
cept tho resignations of those who have
resigned, ordering such ns nre eligible
to be placed on tho retired list. He
will disband nil organizations that have
fallen below the minimum strength.
All four of the Virginia Regiments
Will be disbanded. It Is not thought
the order will affect the threo com?
panies of the First Regiment which did
jnot volunteer, nor the companies of the
\Fourth that stayed at hemrc?Tito
/order will affect Colonel Greenville
Gaincs, Third Regiment; Lieutenant
Colonel George Wayne Anderson. First
Regiment; Major J. H. Derbyshire.
'First Regiment, and Major Sol. Cut ch?
ins, of the Blues battalion.
Governor Tyler and Mrs. Tyler and
Miss Lily will go to the Governor's
farm, in Pulnskl county, to-morrow, to
be gone several days.
Hon. George D. Long, Secretary of
the Navy, accompanied by Mrs. Dong,
his daughter, and his physician, Dr.
Rlxly, spent several hours In the city
to-day, arriving here at 7 o'clock this
morning on the lighthouse tender Jes?
samine. The party returned to Old
Point this afternoon.
8eoretary Long, who Is an early riser,
was prepared to land when the Jessa?
mine tied up to the Clyde Line wharf,
and he at once dispatched a man up
town to secure him a carriage. This
was quickly forthcoming, and the par?
ty, shortly before S o'clock, started out
on a tour of the? city. The party called
on Gov. Tyler and paid their respects.
The drive was extended until nearly
12 o'clock, when the Secretary sudden?
ly appeared at tho offices of the W. R.
Trlgg Company, on Cary street, where
ho was received by Mr. Trlgg and taken
through tho shops.
MoanWhllo, over in the yard, all was
activity. Some time ago n requisition
was made for a United States flag, but
It has not yet come to band, and when
Information was received that Secre?
tary Long was In town the superintend?
ent began to cast about to sei uro n
flag. One was borrowed from a B thooh
er, a .pole was hastily erected, and wh< n
the Secretary crossed tho bridge lead?
ing to the yard the stars and stripes
were waving in the breeze. Under, the
guidance of Mr. Trlgg and the govern?
ment officials, who are over-looking the
work, the Secretary and his party made
n. close Inspection of the yard.
Nothing escaped his eye, and be
showed the deepest interest In all the
work. The pneumatic process of rivet?
ing and drilling seemed to engage his
attention especially. Although the
party reached tho yard at the dinner
hour, the men did pot -stop, putting oft
eating until the Secretary left.
The Secretary was Introduced to all
the officials' in the yard, and had a
pleasarfl word or a smile for each.
With a view of seeing how the voy?
age had affected their weight the party
got on the ecalcs just put in position
In the yard. The Secretary registered
197 pounds.
"You liavo lost three pounds," re?
marked Dr. Rlxley, with a smile.
Mrs. Long weighed 122 pounds and
Miss Long a hundred and nine.
The Secretary finlnhed his Inspection
shortly before 1 o'clock, and the party
eoon afterwards boarded the Jessa?
mine, and etarted on their return trip.
Secretary Long said he might stop over
at Newport News and go through the
yard thero to-morrow.
He appeared to bo In the best of
health. He had nothing to say beyond
that he was enjoying his trip, and that
ho was much pleased with the show?
ing made by the W. R. Trlgg Ship?
building Company.
Brigadier General Henry Douglas has
just returned from Cuba and spent the
morning in Richmond en route to his
farm, near Lester Manor. He left Cuba
He attracted much attention on the
street, his tall figure clad in the undress
blue uniform of his rank and sur?
mounted by a broad palmetto bat of
flno texture.
General Douglns Is very popular here
and was cordially greeted by his friends
at every turn.
He pays General Fltzhugh Lee is the
most popular man in Cuba, and the only
om? whose opinions aro valued much by
the natives
General Douglas feels sure that Leo
will bo made a military governor of one
of the three provinces into which the
War Department will divide the Inland.
I.eo hnd a conference Saturday with
the Secretary of War in regard to
Cuban affairs and his cordial relations
with th<> Cubans makes him very useful
to the government In the mixed condi?
tion of affairs there now.
General Douglas does not give a rosy
report of the progress of Cuba toward a
stable government, indeed, little has
bee been done of a practical nature,
the army waiting for the people to set?
tle down and the people waiting for the
army to do something.
uenerai Douglas says the military
problem was settled long ago, that the
troops should be reduced to a smaller
number and those scattered at points
all over the island as a guard, that civil
government should be rapidly establish?
ed In the towns and military control be
reduced to the minimum.
This, he thinks, would be the first
practical and effective move towards
a rc-establlshmcnt of, the Island.
General Douglas was appointed by
President McKinley a Brigadier of Vol?
unteers nnd by his retirement from the
service the army loses ono of Its finest
General Douglas Will return to Rich?
mond to-morrow and will then visit
Washington before returning to his
homo in Baltimore.
He says Mrs. Fitzhugh Lee nnd fam?
ily left Havana yesterday for the
United States nnd will pay a visit In
Washington before coming to Rich?
They will probably pass through
Richmond to-morrow.
Lieutenant Lewis W. Brander, son ot
Major Thomas A. Brander, of this city,
has been ordered to report to Gen. Eitz.
Eee, and will be assigned to duty as As?
sistant Adjutant General.
Governor Roosevelt, of New York, has
Invited Governor Tyler and the people
of Virginia to attend the Pan-Ameri?
can Exposition to be held in 1001 on the
Niagara frontier.
Looking Forward to Bishop Ran?
dolph's Visit.
Many Frlmrt? Fnjoy His NympnlliPt?
to nncl I.loquent RertUOtIS?Weils
nine l>< UliiwUlillo-Dcntli-Ats
tempted at ltnbbcry.
Petersburg, Va., March 30.?Bishop
Randolph hns recovered from Ills re?
cent sickness which prevented him
from holding services In Petersburg
during February, as experted. He will
preach In Grace Church Sunday night,
the ICth of April, and after the sermon
will administer the rite of confirmation
to those who are to be ndmittcd to the
Lord's Supper. The Bishop has many
warm friends hero both within and
without the Episcopal Church, and they
always appreciate the opportunity of
enjoying one of his sympathetic and
eloquent sermons.
An unusually pretty wedding took
place in Dlnwiddle county yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock at the residence
of the bride's father. The contracting
parties were Mr. Nicholas Beck, a well
known prosperous young farmer of
Prince George county, and Miss Per?
kins, the popular and accomplished
daughter of Mr. W. T. Perkins. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Mr. Green. Mr. ami Mrs. Beck left im?
mediately for Petersburg, where they
were tendered a reception, niter which
they left on a northbound train for
an extended tour- 't he bride was the
recipient of many handsome and use?
ful gifts.
Mr. Reuben Donnan, who lias been
111 for some weeks, died at his home, on
Shepard street, yesterday morning
about in o'clock. The deceased was a
native of Petersburg nnd was a son of
the late Captain it. C. Donnan. He was
one of the best known men in the city
and was much liked by all who knew
A day or two ngo two tramps n.t*
templed to enter a. freight ear of the
Norfolk und Western Railway Com?
pany at Simeon's crossing, In Prince
George county, by breaking the seal of
the ear. They were arrested and taken
to the county jail of Sussex, but will
be turned over to the authorities of
Prince George.
Frank Shears and Henry Oolemon.
the two negroes who got out of the
county Jail of Prince George several
days ago, are.still nl large nnd nothing
Is known concerning them. Shears was
charged with houscbrcaklng and was
awaiting trial t>t the next term of the
Colored People to Organize Home
Club For Protection.
How It Came About ? Iforlneru
Wenthvr? Attempt to Brenk Jail
On the estate Llne-A. Pretty Race?
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Suffolk, Va., MaTch SO.?With few
friends and not money enough to buy
his sliroud the body of Tom Jones, who
was stabbed to death by a one-armed
negro in a saloon, was laid away in a
shallow grave, nearby a little branch,
not far from tbe grounds of the Suf?
folk Fair Association, by a colored un?
dertaker. Ho could not have been ex?
pected to put the victim out of sight
In any great style, for the county had
to pay the price. It was a very small
To-day they burled him over again.
Down through the mud and yellow
clay they dug till the box was found,
and rescued from Its bed of cold, mud?
dy water.
The corpse was lying in soak. It
was almost entirely covered with wa?
ter. The top of the face, a portion of
the body and toes stuck through the
sloppy moss In a sickening way. The
remains were put into a more decent
collln and hauled over to Cedar 11111.
There was a little wreath of fern laid
over tho casket. There was no proces?
sion to follow the hearse; there were
no mourners. The Rev. J. F. Love,
of the Baptist Church, made a prayer
at the grave.
Suffolk people feel Tor strangers de?
spite their poverty and fricndlessness.
They have hearts. When it was learn?
ed how the victim was hidden there
were many offers of contributions to
have a disinterment. Messrs. George
T. Kellam and J. I). Matthews went
around and collected about $28. Mr.
lt. W. Baker charged for the coftln.
hearse, &c, J21. The balance was
turned over to the widow, who will
need It to rear her young children, In?
valid that she Is.
A well-known colored man said to?
day that the organization of a homo
colored club, whose members would
be confined to natives or long-time
residents of Suffolk, was being discuss?
ed. One of the club's objects would be
the protection of the reputations of its
members and all other good Suffolk
people of color.
Whether the club be organized or not
It is indisputably true that the repu?
tation of the colored population is fre?
quently hurt by the acts of law-break?
ers, whose homes are elsewhere. A
very large proportion of criminals ar?
rested and tried in Suffolk are strangers
or persons who havo come from a dis?
tance and nre stopping here tempora?
rily. The frequent recurrence of crime
reflects unjustly on negro citizenship.
As a whole there la not a better nor
more law-abiding community of col?
ored people In the South than reside In
Suffolk. It Is a deplorable condition
that their reputation should be ma?
ligned by reason of misdeeds done by
tho floating class of visiting criminals.
Mr. It. B. Dumvllle has a letter from
his sls-.ter, Mrs. H. E. Thompson, of
Newburgh, N. Y., in which was writ?
ten during a snow storm- That was
March "S. Ho had another letter at
tho same time from Sam. Dumvllle,
Esq., nt West Cape, Prince Edward Is?
land, In which it Is said there are pros
pects for an early spring. The ice is
rapidly breaking in the Gulf of St.
Joe Sykes and Arnold Carr made an
attempt to break Jail at Courtland day
before yesterday. Deputy J. T. Whlt
ley heard about It in time to stop them.
An ally from the outside had given
them tools with which they expected to
remove the Jail door fastenings.
^ A deed with many signatures, whose
'consideration is $225, was nut on re?
cord at the Couuty Clerk's ofllce to-day.
Alfred Parker and wife, Loulsanna;
William B. Parker and wife, Christian,
and Gertrude A. Savage, of Gates coun?
ty, N. C, and A. T- King and wife,
Sarah E.; James T. Horton and wife,
Josephine Endler, of Nansemond coun?
ty, Va,, conveyed to William D. Sav?
age, of Gates county, 100 acres of land,
half in Virginia and half in North
Carolina. The five shares transferred
include five-sixths of the farm at which
the late William T. Savage died.
The race for Mayor of Suffolk is a
pretty one. Despite a field of four, all
of whom are working hard to win, the
best feeling Is being maintained among
the asrdrants. They meet voters and
meet each other and Joke a little, but
tho candidates are still cood friends.
One candidate has spoken of hiring a
brass band If ho win and have It play
a "Home. Sweet Home," serenade to
those who are chosen to stay home a
while longer- Candidate Hosier has
Kotten out a prayer In which he tells
why he should b<> Mayor, with a foot
note declaring, perhaps, he "shall not
pass this way again."
The Ministering Children's League of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church expect to
have a good time next Monday. They
will have an Etistcr egg- hunt on the
church grounds- All members are ex-,
pected to come and enjoy the occasion.
Suffolk peanut factories are now put?
ting up some of the prettiest goods ever
placed In the market. Desalte the
youthfulness of the plants they are
shipping good nuts and a whole lot of
them. A Plttsburg firm a few days
ago told a Suffolk man ho hnd used
peanuts from Smlthfleld nnd Norfolk,
but a lot lately received from the Nan?
semond Lumber Company was one of
the best he ever saw. The gentleman j
who was told was not In the peanut
The Masons will have a special meet?
ing to-morrow. Friday, evening at S
O'clock. Masonic questions will be dis?
cussed by Professor G. L. Barton. Cap?
tain E. A. Norflect and Dr. James P.
Dr. J. M. Rabey, of Buchhorn, was In
Suffolk to-day.
The Silver Cross Circle of King's
Daughters will meet next Monday af?
ternoon at Suffolk College. The time
is 4.
The new Methodist Church In Smith
field will be dedicated to God's service
April 9. Rov. Dr. Johnson, of Balti?
more, Is expected to preach the dedi?
catory sermon.
Commodore L. W. Jordan is convales?
cing from his late Illness.
Mr. Wr. M. Jom?s, of Petersburg, rep?
resenting the Greenwich Fire Company,
to-day adjusted for Woodward &
Khun the loss on Baltics Bros.' dwell?
ing at Buckhorn, which was burned
last Sunday. The assured get $000.
Mr. Charles Pretlow, of Ivor, was in
Suffolk this afternoon.
Mrs. J. B. Boothe. of Oxford. N. C,
Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John 'M- Shepherd, on Cedar street.
Miss Marion Williams left this after?
noon to visit relatives In Norfolk.
Captain H. P. Brooks has returned
from Baltimore.
Captain George Greene, of Everett's,
Va., came to Suffolk to-day for a short
Concluding a visit to her parents,
Hon. and Mrs. J. E. Booker, Mrs. Prank
A. Bennett left to-day for her home in
MISS Phoebe Jones left to-night for
Eton College. N. C, where she will pass
Faster with friends.
Mr. W. B. Duke is relieving Night
Operator Harper at the Norfolk nnd
Carolina depot. The latter has gone far
a Visit in Wilmington, N. C.
The Nansemond Lumber Company is
fitting up a new office in the Tom Smith
block. The safe went up to-day.
The Afternoon Reading Club met this
afternoon with Mrs. F.. H. Butler, on
Franklin street. The Misses Vander
slicc read.
A beautiful diamond bracelet was lost
this afternoon by a young lady. Bead
lost notice and get the reward.
A horse belonging to Mr. W. J. Green
ran away this afternoon, starting nt the
Atlantic and Danville depot. No halt
was made till East Washington, the
square, Saratoga and' Market streets,
had been traversed. The horse ran out
Into Main and halted beside a tree.
Little damage was done.
?oiniol.o County l'rllli'? ry.
Salem. Va., March 30.?As a result of
yesterday's Democratic primary the
following nominations were made:
Charles D. Beult, editor of the Salem
Times-Register, for clerk of Roanoke
ccunty: Henderson Leo, attorney at
law, for Commonwealth's attorney,
Geo. W. Zirkle, the present Incumbent,
for sheriff; Geo. W. Muse, the present
Incumbent, for treasurer; Wm. A.
Francis, for commissioner of the rev?
enue, first district; D. L\ Kefauver, the
present lncumhent. for commissioner of
the revenue In the second district. De
nlt's majority over W. U. Bowles was
388; Lee's majority over M. G. Mc
Clung was 433.
Kmitll HnJorltV for Itrys.
Leesburg. Va., March 30.?An exciting
but orderly local option election took
place In Leesburg district, of Loudoun
county, to-day. The drys were success?
ful, carrying the district by fifteen ma?
jority. At the last election, two years
a?o. it went dry by eighty-four ma?
jority. Leesburg precinct was tied,
with 31C each.
William E. English, of Indianapolis,
Ind., is Interested in the Union Voting
Machine Co.. which will manufacture
this apparatus with $50,000 capital
The Amory Manufacturing Company,
of Manchester, X. H., has decided to
substitute a cross-compound engine in
Its mills for the one now In service,
and will also change its water-wheels.
sft with diamond. I toward ir re
tum.d. to is Franklin street. mb3i-tf
nubile will please take notice that
tiio firm heretofore conductlnR the lum?
ber business under the flrni name <>f the
which tho Individual members w< ro J.
Dennis J. M. Stewart and P. H. Deans.
ha? this day been dissolved by mutual
consent, the stud P. 11.Deans hereby
withdrawing frem said tirm. The said
C. .f Dennis and J. II. Stowart take nil
the assets and property or tho said tirm.
r.nd assume all the debts ?lue by said
firm. Witness our hands tho 29th day of
March, li'JO.
We h'OVOby nltlfy our friends that we
will s:lll ?ontlnuo th" lumber business as
heretofore under the firm name of tho
March 2?, 1^3.
I take pleasure ^n recommftr.dlng the
above firm to Hie full contldeneo ?jf the
public. Moreli 29, 1S09.
mh.-.o-r.t_P. IT. DEANS.
J JUNIU8 T. PARKER, subject to
Democratic Primary. Will ilzrht to a fin?
ish. Illh2C-tf
JO Town of Suffolk?R. L DREWER,
jr. Subject to Democratic Primary.
Secretary Long and Admiral Hig
ginson Up the River.
?001 to Rlcbuioiid to luspeot Trlgc**
Mklpynrcl?1 he OverUae fit. Knocb
Arrives?Xne Bcntton Carries l'ai??
oiiscra?More Street Kall?.
Newport News, March 30.?Secretary
of the Navy John D. Long, accompa?
nied by Rear Admiral Francis J. Hlg
glnson, chairman of the Lighthouse
Hoard, passed up the river yesterday
afternoon on tho lighthouse -tender Jes?
samine on their way to Richmond.
They were accompanied by Mrs. and
Miss Long. ?
The Secretary goes to tho State cap?
ital to inspect the new Trlgg shipyard,
which Is now in operation, and also to
view tho work on the torpedo boats and
destroyers which are undergoing con?
struction there.
Tho Jessamine will probably come
back down the river to-morrow and
will go tp^Nurfolk, where the Secretary
and party will against board the Dol?
phin. This ship lnus been undergoing an
overhauling and will be in trim condi?
tion for the trip down the North Caro?
lina coast.
The Phoenix l.lno steamship St.
Enoch, Captain Owen, arrived safely In
port this morning from Antwerp, hav?
ing been out twenty-eight days.
Tue St. Enoch stilled from Antwerp
for'Newport News March 3d and dur?
ing the entire trip encountered stiff
winds, preventing tho big ship from
making rapid headway. The weather
was not. stormy and no severe gales
were encountered, but the westerly
winds were pretty steady for the en?
tire passage.
The St. Enoch was about eight days
overdue, her usual time being about
twenty days. She brought 1,000 tons of
The Virginia and West India Fruit
and Tradlns Company's new ship, tho
Brattcn, Hying the Norwegian (lag, re?
turned to Port Antonia?thls~anorn!ng
after discharging a largo cargo oT ba?
On the Rratten were several pnsscn
ners, among them being Captain C. J.
Burton, who is employed at the eleva?
tor, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Cr. Camp?
Rix more car loads of steel rails for
the Peninsula Railway Company have
arrived here from the fnctory.
N'olhlnrr has been heard from tho
schooner which Is loaded with railroad
tics for Ibis company, but It Is believed
that it will f;et here early next week.
It will be pleasant news for the peo?
ple of Newport News to learn thP.t Rev.
Dr. J. A. Qunrles, of the chair of phi?
losophy at WnshlnRton and T.eo Unlver- ,
sity, Lexington, Va., will be here In
May to deliver the final address before
the two literary societies of the Now
port News Military Academy. He has
written to the committee from these
Bronchitis generally begins with a
common cold ; if not cured it becomes
(lungorouti nnd thousands dio from
bronchitis annually. Dr. John W.
Hull's Cough Hynip, the best remedy
!or this dibca^r, cures it in a few days.
Will promptly cure Bronchitis.
Doscfl .ire small and plrnsaut to tnkc. Doctors
nainciid it. Price 15 d.s. At all druggists.
"THE HUB,"?The Home of Enterprise -374 MAUM STREET.
Last Two Days Before Easter
Will Be Great Days at the Busy " Hub.9"
Without making the slightest effort?without offering a single special value?" THE HUB99 will be a busy
store to-day and to-morrow?the last two days before Easter. Hundreds of " THE HUB'S ** patrons would be ,dis-.
appointed so the special prices are offered and the bargaining has been extended to every department.
If largeness of stock and perfect completeness of variety and considerations to you ** THE HUB " should get your
trade, because its stocks are unequalled?its varieties are unmatched. Prices, you know, are always lower here?
everybody realizes that. "THE HUB ** is a part of a great organization?one of a chain of stores which form a
great outlet.
$1.98 Easter Offering in Boys' Suits
Tie- :oi in eludes Boys" 7 to 1C year All-wocl Double-brMsted
Cheviot Suits, in us many as a hundred different patterns, also 3 to
s year Vestie Suits of all-wool oassimcro, in cheeks, stripes and
mixed patterns With plain color shields and collars trimmed with
2 Special VadieS in Youths' Suits.
Two Other Special Values.
For Sailor Blouso Suits? rfzes
8 to S years?or Oll-WOOl eassl
ineres, etc., worth upto 15.00.
For Boy.-.' DouhU-broasted
Suits ? cheviots cosa'then I and
Serge*?worth up to $j eavh.
Easter Offerings in Men's Suits.
Eight Dollars.
All-wool Ringle and
Double-breasted Suits of hand
k jno pin clu ck rassl meres?with
It:.him OlOth lining?S?Un piped
and with 3 rows of ntlw-hlng; all
button holes Sowed with silk?
hand padded and hand stowed
$12 willies, $8
for to-day
^e !
and to
Eighteen Dollars.
?for Men's Suits of Ehgll i
worsifds? In etrip?-.s ? in checks
?In plaids; no tailored suits ore
better than these for the eoll.-i rs
are hand jadded and felled?til y
have half satin lined skeleton
nd strlprd satin OVO
button holes
$25.00 values. $18.00 to-day
?For Ycung Men's Blue Serge
Suits?s nglo or double-breasted
?full s!k>i t hack coats?right
width pants. $10 values.
Four Seventy-five.
?f r 'Young iron's Cbssimero
and Worsted Suits?in checks
plaids and stripes?properly cut
Bults which should bo $7. $1.70
Men's Easier Hat Offerings.
?for a lot of Men's 1 >. rbles and
Alpines, in black and all i ic
new spring shades?silk reversi?
ble bands and Undings?proper
shapes. $2,10 hats.
A special show win be mode
to-cby and to-morrow In Chiki
ren's Hats and Caps, embracing
N* on, Tans, stiff ITatts, Fe
doi is. K -Kos, Turbans, Skull
l>-.o;i Caps, etc., at 23c. to
Offerings in Boys' Furnishings.
Boys' Knee Pants, 2?c. | Blouse Waists, 89c.
f>3 Boys' White India Dinon
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