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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE.
WANTED. WANTPED?POSITION AS STENO grapher end Typewriter by lady of experience. Best of references. Address, "G. K." a;ii3-3t w ANTBD.-FBJIAbB COOK, AT 71' Church street. It WANTED ?BY YOUNG MAN. NICE front roiani, West side; private Tam? il v preferred. Address "W.," caro Vir? ginian-Pilot._If EXPERIE N C K D BAI/BSLA] >Y wanted ac M. WEIN BERG'S, 391 Ohur?b street- _it ANTED . ? AN EX PE Hl BNCB D saleslady, one. who has knowledge of dry goods, m.; Pinery und notion busi? ness: good wages to satisfactory party. Applv to ABRAMSON'S, OUti Church street._It* ANTED . ? AN KXI'KKIKXCBD dry golds saleslady, also a young man who" has had some experience in dry goocis. I* WEriTHKLMEU, 0.? Church Bt rci*t. _ ap2S-8t ARTNER WANTED. ? I WANT A live man ns partner In a very ;>leas ttnt and highly lucrative business; capital required, $2,000, on part of wlm h tine- vr.ll lie given. Address It- E. H. D? care Vlr gliHaw-Pilot._"i'--'--f WANTED. ? TO RENT 8 Oil 5 rooms or small house, furnished i r unfurnished, for light housekeeping: stale location and teems. W. XV., care virnin tan-Pilot._21_ -l,\r ANTED?B>Y A YOUNG LADY', >V competent obliging and industri? ous, situation as Stenographer and Type? writer. Address. "Position," this ofllcc. u;c;-::t*_ WANTED?EVERYBODY TO VISIT Kensington and see what a be '.nii fttl location for suburban hoim s. Tito now doublo track cUc >trie i ne will ran through the property, passing the silk mill and silver plate factory, on i<> Be well's P tnt. One hundred and seventy-live lots sohl in the la t threw weeks. The property is in full view of tilws city i'.trk. No better nluco for Investment, ? all at once and inak - a selection. THEO. N. RAMSEY, 220 .Main street. i _It* l?r ..\NTEI?-A Yol'ng MAX OF VV lb sites t'> loeate with sonic respon? sible Drtii as bookkcoiMsr and oftlce Clerk; lias bud several years' experience In busi? ness. Hesl references furntehed. Expects $10.00 per week. Address, 'MIALLBY," th s oilice._?_a^s-tlt* \\J A N'TK 1 > ? TO BUY A SM A!.I. >> House or Vacant Lot In good loca? tion. v bin ?'s. giving price and terms, "Rouse ?ml Lot en ro Virginian-Pilot of? fice. _a^r.-:it? WA N l :. i ' T v. ? ? YOUNG LA Dl KS. ii.ill nie, ror night. Ap? ply old ton alter 10 a. m. Langball. H t\\:r so: AY oa i: I? wanted. ? GENTLEMAN : v. !. iiy or suburban: no it! Ji .. \ . . this oflb e "Wll? <i:>2:!-at' t a NT! it) ill iod road Iiorse. f a idi . r. o. Box'428, Norfolk. aplV I_ ?%v"?N . i :?. '!' 11 ? ' i a it '<! 11 I. Y < "y>m :> i ? i nurse for Infant child; must be weit r?-com mended; n ? yeung girl waiitr.d. Mit.S. AC KISS, L'7:? Gran by Hire-:. n'?r-l3i! 11 t .intkp - two Hundred men \v I road work at H.OO per day HI It'll end M MVlll avenues. up21-lW* \\/ anted -l ositiiin" "with7" I'nts r ?v class wholesale concern as travel? ing " local salesman: can give the best of r< '? e. i nm at present the occu? pant i)l t? responsible position: desire Ohantic. "drummer," care Virgil.ian Pllot. > aplO-lw* T\7 anted. GIRLS TO LEARN Vi Weaving. Paid while learning. Ap? ply the NORFOLK SILK COMPANY. Lumbi rt's Point', Vn. ?plS-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. "XTOItFOLK DYEING, CLEANING _i> und I i Co'.?Ladles' Suits cletni i; Gluts' Sidis lived. $2.00, cleaned and pressed, 7.".e., pants presset inc., car? pels n specialty, lit Main. New Phone :>>\. *5)/?ii i.X 9i f\ 1 itiiildln;; and i.oan Association plan VV II. HAItCEANT, ,ir.. Rfi.-.ia ::i l.o\, i.., : j, i;uig. apI2-lin rpO LADIES. WHAT IS MORK^IN L tercst'ng than beautiful Hair? Your cut hair or combings made Into beautiful lira Ids, Hang s, Pompadour Puffs or from pieces, In ihe most artistic man? ner becoming to the face. Combings bought. Every des rip! n of ladies' hair goods in stock. All Ihe Intest fashion from N. w York, London and Paris. Ite lliildii hair work nC every description MME. '.ati'S HAiK DRES3INO A XII SII.V.Ml'oiNG PARLORS, 3SS Main Btreot, Norfolk, over pie. store. nplS-lW D'< ?< )1 ORS, HEALERS" ?TT^P?TIIS er nth.r Specialists, skillful gr.idu nted home. Bos lltfl, Chicago, apl-lm Mil ?am?K>,i;t,i, .tkwm'an the Itenowncd Clairvoyant and Business! M? : tin. 'Mil be consulted at her pari is en alj life matters; her tests are wonder? ful 313 CHURCH STREET opposlta I'i ecinnaon._ mb30-tf LADIES NEIEDINO TREATMENT for Irregularities, Leucorrhoca or any other Ovarian '1'renbloH consult Pit JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street, ItaP tlmore, .Mil. Private sanitarium; trained nurses. HIG11 I:S'I~Ca"SI l"Pit P-'ES-PA I D~FOR all kinds Of Household Goods. Ofllcc Fiirnituro a specially. Entire stocks bought. Address I >. NOTES & CO ""i Commercial Place. apl]-im ? LOAN IN AN7' nmounts; no delay' , rasest terms. T.KO JUDSON, Academy of Music building, injrl-tf ' *nf~ONEY HEADY, - NO WAIT1N? 1M QUICK LOANS ON IlOffH?l n FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE alort gages and other iccurillcs; liberal ad- ! vances on salaries, rents, annuities ,.s. I tates and permanent itiron'ies. Interviews strictly privat. , and all transactions t ??? Idly oonfldentlnl. NORFOLK MOUT GAGE AND LOAN ro \y Jf ,To, helmer, new No. SSS Main strict Jlorltr Oftlce Building, suite E and G. ' MlneU? and HodiIh. ~ | MOTTU. de WITT & CO., Gl Granby et Stocks and bonds. Southern Investment!! Correspondence nollclted. Ladiksi Chicheslcr's English Pennyroyal pills ' 'Pi.m.oU Srn.j.i. are tlie Scat. 'it,'n>!i>bl?. !.r UHif..' iv lint, *r Roturn Moll. II Utan Cbtcbester ttheiuivaf co.. VLllada., p?. NIGHT SCHOOL. J O o X o if) r X o At the SOUTHERN SMOUTILVND AND BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Monday Wed? nesday and Friday nights. Our'Night School is especially designed for those who are engaged during tho day in. struetlon largely Individual. Terms rea? sonable. For further Information call at the University, or address ja 3. k. KESSLER, President. Phone 456. ?nhifc BRIEF ITEMS OP INTEREST. Mr. W. IT. Vonablc has accepted the Invitation to deliver tlie address before the Rrnduatlng class of Norfolk College for Young Ladies at the Academy of Music in June. Mrs. 10. T. Lamb and children, of this city, are visiting friends and re? latives at WUllamsburg. Mr. J. T. Flynn, of this city, will leave to-day for Wilmington, N. C, and Washington, D. C., with the view of selecting a business location. Harbor Master Duke leaves for Rich? mond to-day. to be gone until to-mor? row or Thursday. The entertainment to be given by the members of the Volunteer Y to-night, at the Girls' Home, promises to bo a most delightful affair, as most elaborate preparations are being made to enter? tain all who come. The excellent pro? gram published in Sunday's edition will be rendered in full. Airs. Ike Adler litis gone to Elizabeth City to scend a few days with her brothers, Messrs. Louis und Joe Selig. An agreement has been reached be? tween the city, repercsntcd by city At? torney Taylor, and the tug and schooner which ran Into the Atlantic City bridge Saturday night, by which the owner of the schooner ami the tug are to pay for the repairing of the bridge. The city will do the work ami the owners of the tug and schooner ?will foot the bill. Captalri John G. Kegebein, foreman of Chemical Engine Company No. I, has recovered from his recent sickness and is out again on duty. The York Street Seniors defeated the Freemason Street team in a game of baseball yestc rday. This is their sec? ond victory. Batteries: Woodward nnd Karant, for York stt.t; Jordan. Rcs pess and Ferebee, for Freemason Street. Mr. 11. ('. Mann, of Petersburg, is in the city. Mr. P. iv Gwathmey, of Smlthfield, is in the city. Messrs. YV. 15. Taylor. L. P. AylettC and w. p. Hunt ley, Jr.. of Richmond, arrived in the city last night and are at the Montlccllo. Copt. N. V. Mttnro returned Sunday tllght from a trip of several days to Bristol, Tonn., a id other places in that locality. The trip was partly one of business and partly of pleasure. All In sight of monument. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms. Knncs only, 324 Main street, corner Talbot. lost^ j opt-on MAIN STREBT.BETWEEJN JLi Church and Granby, Roanoko Square or Waiter street. a Gold Heart. Reward if returned to IMS Water si reel. IOST-WKHNKSPAY NIGHT, I9TH j inst.. hear McKcndreo Church, a Lady's Pocket-Rook, with about $:i>) In money and two pictures. 110 Reward if ro Iturncd to O. W. DEAL & CO., 65 New Market Place. ap23-3t t?OST.- STRAY KD OR STOLEN. ? JLj Light colored i>ucr dog; mal'': an? swering to name Ruffitm or Ruffle; com btnation leather and metal collar, with tax t:?^ No. 490, oil neck. Reward if re? turned to :n Bank street. op^2-r,t found. /?fcj 'PINKi BO.JS I'Ol'XD IN VAAY. \ >w obeth tivor with no marks on tihom. Tli<- owner will please call for them and pay expenses. W. R. RIGG9, Gil mer.toiv Ya. ao2&-3t* for sale. For SALE. ? PAIR OF SOUND, BAY Horses, 1rij hands high: beautiful and stvlish: J300. Address MRS CHIT t ENDEN, Hampton, Vu. ap22-r In OR SALE. ? GROCERY, D?Tn? ? cash business. Stock, llxturea, im:>" and wagon. Owner wishes to engage in other business. Address K. II., tar- Vlr glnlun-Pilot. . op25- i 171 ok sake. -"piaxo," mi i: J Rosewood caae, good tone ndld condition: must well, lfcaso call at once. private PARTY, No. 41 Fenchurch struct. ap25 ood-St In OR SALE?AT VIRGIiNTA I:BACH. . one Knabe and Gnehlo Piano, in good condition: cheap for >? ish. Apply or ad? dress R?f 111 210, Citizen's Bank Uldg. o;>23-l\v CCELERY PLANTS.?BARGE BOOTED j open-air grown, Golden iself-branch Iiik and while plume Celery Planta; < n prcas delivered cash; cash with order. Sufficient muck adheres to Um roots; thrv live and grow in transit. rkar HEAD FARMS, Orlando, Fla. aplC-lin' IS'TiHIDENi'K- FOR SALE. ? BUTE .V streit Residence, brick, with metal roof: s rooms; all modern conveniences; hot and cold water; plate mantels ami Latrobp heaters; very easy terms, b. o. box 125. ap!5-2w* |JK>R SALE?KNARE PIANO, ~j.>? ?"; X" beautifully carved rosewood ease: as good as new; tone and action very line. STEIFF WARKrooms, MonMcella Jlo 1.1. Granby str< ? it. tool: SALIC ICNABK and g7\fiile T Piano. $?>. 'ilii- is .1 bargain. Call at once. STEIFF wark ROOMS. Gran by street. Monti. IN> lloiel. i71 OR BALE MAS?N St HAMLIN 3 ORGAN, ?1C.5?, Thla la a bargain, In good condition, will sell to make room lor new stock. STIC IFF WAREROOMS, Montlccllo llctrl. Orunhy Mreel. 171 OR SALE PIANO, SLIGHTLY ? used Upright Piano, :: pedals, rose? wood case, trlplo strung, tone very good; splendid action. Call and see I Iii* piano Paria n bef re Inlying. STEIFE ware ROOMS, Montlccllo, Granby street. 171 or s.m.i: ? tin: bank s a boon 1 No u Bank street, l'or particulars and terms apply to L.OYABB .fc TAYLOR 2s Bank street. fcis-tf _for reimt. ITIOR RENT a FURNISHED COT 3 tago at Virginia !<? noli for the mouths of may and JINK. Addr. is, u A., ?um this ofllce. ap23-ff HOUSE FO"n RENT," FlJRNISil KD, . aidtable for boarding; will exchange rent for board. Address D. M., fills office. _a !??'-::? " FOR RI3NT. - I HAVE FOR RENT, .May 1st, first floor of nice brick building with modern conveniences, in good locality. Including four rooms and pitivtry; price, Including water, ?? 1 >?.????. Ad? dress ROOMS, enro V'lrjrlniuii-l'll :. ap22 H.ifSIO FOR RENT. -Ii.? Bovi : t. . nowly papercil and nil ni .lern Im? provements. Appy ?s Fenchurch street. qp20-lw? _ 17? OR RENT. ? FOR THE SUMMER 1 months, well furnished houso in Ghent. For trine;. i n . address "GHENT," pare Vlrglnian-Pdot. itp5-t( _ boarders. T"> O A r DE r S ?CAN FIND NICE _I_> room, good board and reasonable terms at No. Mi' CuuibeKaud sir .<. !. ai.a,2.r.,27.29,30,ni> 2-til try HB HOMB.?EVERYTHING NEW A. and clean, table board 13.00; board and room $4.00 per week. 421 and 423 Church street. P" ~17e?sa"nt furn isTi kd~ rooms. with or without board, at 241 Church afreet, opposite T'MU'a Church. mbl6-tf REV. M. B. WHARTON, O. D. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT THE BAPTIST MINISTERS" CON? FERENCE. The following resolutions were adopt? ed by the Baptist Ministers' Confer? ence yesterday morning: Resolved, By the Conference of the Baptist pastors of Norfolk and vicinity: That we hereby express our real sor I row that Rev. M. B. Wharton, D. D., who lias been the gifted pastor of the 1 Freemason Street Baptist Church in the city of Norfolk. Vn., for the last eight years, and who has filled with j ability the position of president of this body, has determined to accept the pas? torate of the Brant ley Baptist Church in the city of Baltimore, and thus sever his connection with this conference. Resolved. That we hold Dr. Whar? ton in high esteem as a co-laborer, as a genial friend, and as a pulpit orator. Resolved, That we commend l>r. Wharton to all men as a Christian gentleman and a splendid minister of th? gospel. Resolved, That our sorrow awakened by the departure of our brother from US Is swallowed up hy our sympathy for him in the mighty grief that has overwhelmed him .and bis noble wife, in the death of his only son. Resolved, That we commend our af? flicted brother and his sorrowing wife to our Heavenly Father ns the source of comfort and support. ?".?nusretiMle Meeting*. Mr. Isaac Selby, the converted Infidel and lecturer, began u series of evange? listic meetings at the Church of Christ on Sunday, preaching both morning and evening to large audiences sermons of remarkable power. He preached again last night on the subject. "Is the King? dom of God as Taught by Christ and His Aaostles Now Set Up." The ser? mon was able and eloquent. His BUb Jcct this evening will be, "The Ressur rcction and Its Results." CALLED TO RICHMOND. DR. HAWTHORNE WILL GO TO GROVE AVENUE CHURCH. Rev. Dr. J. B. Hawthorne, who re? cently preached the anniversary ser? mon of Park Avenue Baptist Church, of this city, will take up the pastoral work of Grove Avenue Baptist Church, in Richmond, next September. The Richmond Leader says that the Pastoral Committee ot Grove Avenue Church announced to the congregation Sunday night that they would have a recommendation to make next Sunday. They will recommend Dr. Hawthorne, as It is well known the congregation all want him, the call will be unani? mous. Those In that city in n position to know, state that Dr. Hawthorne will accept the call. Tlic i Wcctn <>l ihn Cirlp. are* oven .mo by Hood's Sarsanarllla which purifies the blood, tones the stom? ach, strengthens tin- nerves, and makes the whole system vigorous and healthy, A vegetable cathartic that can he relied upon to do Its work thoroughly- 11 od'a Pills. Y. SI. V. A WotOM. The Junior class will give an exhibi? tion In Berkley Thursday night of this week. The Junior baseball team of the Y. M. C. A. wiil play a match game with the Portsmouth Y. M. t\ A. team Wednesday afternoon in Portsmouth. BABY LIKES IT CUTICURA RESOLVENT is so pure, BWCOt, and wholesome that all ngus may i:\ko it with pleasure and bciictH. Its mission is to COOl ami cleamo tho blood in eczema and other torturing, disfiguring humors, rashes, ar.d Irritations, while warm baths with t'n u ura SoAl" cleanse tlio surfaro of crusts nnd scales, ami pentlo anointings with CuTicuitA Oint? ment soothe and heal Itching, burning skin. D. P. REID & BKO-, ?Shippers of? HAY AND GRAIN. Get our prices before you buy. a fJI and !!7 <'lu NOTES & CO., ? General Auctioneers. $ tp Consignments respectfully sot:.-. ^ ? It, !. Quick settlements nnd prompt jj? *: returns. Special room fie stfjiaj . 2 p ! liglu ?I r< fereu a t urn..-In a. 0 SPRING H?TS Very SweU. Ladies' and Children's Straws. LOWEST PRICES. WALTER J, SIMMONS & GO., 341 MAIN STREET. We are much gratified with our success in pleasing Norfolk people with ?Mir ice cream. Give us your Sunday order. Old phone 492, 542 h'ast Main street. city DAIRY. O Household Goods ?r nil kind 2 5 storoil nt niodcr.atu rate a. ? 2 Cnil ? v a 2 ? THE MclNTYRE STORAGE CO.. ? 5 su.tu.rrt.ni 0 0()038 080'.JOeeOC3a05300000tS6 There's no check to the mighty outpouring of Unparalleled Bargains. One underprice marvel succeeds another. One's loss is another's gain. The purchasing- power of Cash is the key to the situation?millers and manufacturers that have an overplus of seasonable wearables are seeking Spot Cash Heavy Buyers in the face of backward and unfavorable trade conditions. Cash is King?the results of its powerful leverage is best demonstrated by these phenomenal bargain offerings. This store sells as it buys?the best that can be had at the lowest possible cost. Never in the history of the establishment has there been placed bei ore the buying public such wonderful money-saving opportunities. High-Grade, Staple, Standard, Fashionable Ready-to-Wear Garments were never quoted at the outset of a seasonable season at such extra? ordinary low figures. The greatness of the Bargain Values that have been moved away by the throngs and told to others has heralded forth the news of money-saving in ail quarters! and the goods are going with a rush. STYLISH SPRING SUITS STYLISH STYLISH STYLISH SPRING SUITS SPRING SUITS SPRING SUITS $I5.0C The master stroke of genuine bargain worth Is practlcallly proven In the char? acter and m.iko up of these Seven Twen? ty-Five Men's Suits. There isn't a poor d< -!^n nor nn undesirable Suit In the en? tire lot. Notwithstanding the heavy busi? ness transacted in this line within the past two weeks the sizes are kept In tu t and the assortment to-day is greater thin flver. Never lose sight of the fact that there isn't a garment In tho bunch but what wo can consistently recommend for (good service, whilst very many of them have every appearance of suits that com? mand from fifty to seventy-five per cent, more In pric" at other places, and at that they arc made not so good nor fit anything like as well as these famous Seven Twen? ty-live Suits on sale at this store this sea? son. Ueyond question tho biggest aggregation of choice styles In Men's Spring and Sam? mer Suits of dependable first-class mate? rials ever shown under any one roof in Norfolk can b? seen in the Nine Twenty fivo range The tailoring possibilities in connection with stylo and general accu? racy Is far beyond the scopo of dealers that handle ordinary ready-made cloth? ing. The cheapness of price ought not stand In their way. Wc tell you now?as we have said before?theso Suits ore choice, reliable, well made, and represent Intrinsically all of the money -.rth that nlno and a quarter can ever buy In a Ii gl timate way. Here are shapes of nil de? sirable kinds, suits of ail sorts of regular and Irregular forms. A perfect lit guar? anteed. Nine and a Quarter will do for you what it has never dct.o before?clotho you handsomely, durably and satisfac? torily. Hundreds of well dressed men are. pa? rading the Htn ets of Norfolk'. Portsmouth, Dork ley, Atlantic City, Bramble! >n, and tens of hundreds that are moving in tho busy walks of life In the neighboring towns that contribute to the 131k Store's big trade are wearing these Twelva Fifty Dress and Business) Suits with ccpially ?s much satisfaction as the suits that hith? erto have been much more cxp nslve. Tho fact of the matter la .simply this- -Twelve Fifty cajiturc;; hero a typo of materials mada up with far bi tter tailoring iht provomcntS than it has ever done before, and the best proof of appreciation of tho worth a:.d value of the suits la practically Illustrated by tho groat sales that are '"'el,. I? ? 1. ? -.-j,; ;?" |1; | , ,?-f - , | ,y T~[ ;' ye.I have In view buying a new Spring Suit tho Twelve Fifty line hero w.ll certainly prove of sufficient Importance to com? mand your car, ful consideration, Here Is another wonderful gathering of Choice Men's Salts In costlier grades of lino suitings mado up In evi ry shape that the most fastidious could hopo to secure. Hero nro cholco novelties in light and dark colorings of Spring nnd Summer Suitings that comprise tin- newest and most taking patterns iliat the dictates of fashion suggests, Here are Suits that ? nil' all tho rtyio, toil rind finish that ;< usually bestowed on tho highest and ?\-;y l.t f.,riu of n.ad, 1 n-m? asuro tail? oring. Suits tailored i.( our own llrst-clas* tailor shops by our own first-class tailors, for our own direct and exclusive sal". Just tho very kind or Suits that has built the reputation of this store for high class, standard, perfect fitting ready-to-wear /..M ac nts, and at a p.":c- : covers more actual good quality and cm re. : points of ladle ring than It ever did In any prece? ding season. Fifteen Dollars takes tho pick of an unlimited assortment. BETTER CHILDREN'S ATTIRE HDD HIE VARIETY El| RFI o ...,:.?? knee i'A NTS KOR boys. AL.li AGES from I to 10. Junior buckles and binding on li.ttoms sizes -I to S. Three buttons finish sizes 0 to 16?taped seams, strong bands, sightly, serviceable, Brownish Twill Cheviots, among the lot a range of Navy Blue Cheviots. Choice of sizes this wick only . I7C. VESTEB SUITS FOB LITTLE FBL LOWS, Three pieces, mark you?Jacket, Pants and Vestee. Full drei complete; neat, tidy and durable; made from pretty Twilled Cheviot, nli ely embroldei big bargain. Choice of sizes?i to S?this week only . 87 c. beautiful patterns of pine Oasslmcres, Cheviots, Worsti Is and Serges In a l.n go assortment of catchy ef? fects. Checks, 1'lalds and Ovornlulds. Mado In all sorts of styles for bir boy* and little tots. Big bargain value Choice ut size;; this week ... $3.50 knee PANTS for roys, Ah', AGES 4 to 16. All Improvements, mado from ' Pure Wool Cheviots. When we. say AI.I. ! WOOL, wo mean Jast what we say. Sty? lish pla'ds, an?l neat plain patterns. Very serviceable, extraordinary bargains. I Ciioico Of sizes this week BOYS* KNEE PANTS SUITS IN ALU sizes from S to 10. Made up in threo crack-a-Jack good pan ras. nig double seats mnl double knee, patent bands, riv? eted buttons and taped seams in tho pants. Jackets proportionately weit mado Tho very kind of suits iliat will stand rough and tumble and hardships. Choice of sizes thls wed; . day 25c. REEFER SUITS FOR I VI TT BE FBI* Bows. Mado frr,m Black Twilled Che? viot. Sizes lo age e Inclusive, Deep saiior collars neatly embroidered. Choice of Sizes?as long as they last?till: week only ., 98c. UNLIMITED ASSORTMENT OF NOB? BY Sl I TS for Buys, all ages and sizes from .'! to 10 Made up in plain and fan iy patterns, light, dark and medium colors, pin checks, plaids and islaplo u signs. All sorts of shapes. Cholco ?sizes this week only . $1.88 .".$4,00 KNEE PANTS FOB BOYS MADE UP CHILDREN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED with wide largo double seats that extend SUITS, Very durable woolen fabrics, from seam to scam, bind felled, big Made up good and strong-sizes s to Pi double knees, taped seams, patent riveted 1 buttons, strong bands, pure wool fahrt' Avariety of styles. Among them Navy BlUO and other popular knee pants pat? terns. Choice of .sizes 1 to 10? / O e? Ulis weck only .H?\j. >th In luslvc. A big leader ordinary trado winner. Choi of sizes?this week only SUPERIOR QUALITY CHILDREN'S DRESS SUITS, consisting of Fine Blouses Pretty Vestees, Jaunty It ? fi , and a varied assortment of Plain IJou >!c breasted Suits for large boy-. Choice de? signs tailored in the very acme of t ; brine' art Perfi t gi ms STRICTLY ALL WOOL SUITS FOR BOYS nges S to 10. Made ui> In two Al good sta>i" pattern- Every possible strength-giving feat uro that skilled tail? or rig can apply. Very tires--.', choice, stylish and reliable Children's The Pick of i to CO Cft early call rs this week only .. 4? *- ? *j U Si-47 of size ill only $5.01 VERY HANDSOME BOYS' SUITS, consisting of a variety of styles. Plain Double-breasted for Big Boys and Ves li .. Keefors and Blouses for the llttl-j . Hows Handsomely finished, correct ftt t ng and strictly up-to-date in every particular. Choice, of size from 3 to 10. inclusive?this week only . mywi ere $3.00