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Capes worth $15.00 and $17.50 at 112.50 Special, Numerous .other styles suitable for ha rd, rough every-day wear; also thoso 6ultablo for evening wear, and good bright shades In Misses' and Children's Golf Capes, All purchased at about 33 per cont. below market value and offered to you at smh^'red?otfon?. Stylish Dressing Sacques. That Fit the Figure. / At 75c. Grey,.Bluo. Pink and Red Eider? down Sacques,'. finished with black cro? cheted edge and black ribbon at nook. At $1.00. Same style as above, only bet? ter quality.' , At $1.50. Grey, Blue, Pink and Bed Elder down Dressing Sacques. Box plaited front and back^ mudo with yoko and finished around yoke and edge with crochet to match, fastened with silk bows at neck At $2.50. Pink and Bluo Eiderdown Dressing Sacques. Large snllor collar, satin bound, collar and sacques hand ? comely bra'ded.ln white. At $3.50.'''Pink and Blue Eiderdown Dressing Sacques. Largo sailor collar, satin bound and handsomely appllqued. I lies9 Tailored Suits, Jackets and Skirts. You run no risk in purchasing them here. Our guarantee guarantees you a perfect fit and hang or your money back. And you are to be the sole judge of this; that's fair. Besides this we have one of the largest, most varied and exclusive stocks in the city. Prices range from $7.?0 to #60.00. All fitting and altering done by an Expert Man Tailor. ' ALTERATIONS Ladies' Cloth Waist At $2.00. Black, Blue and Garnet Ladles' Cloth Waists, handsomely trimmed with black braid. At $2.9S. Black, Bluo and Garnet Ladles' Cloth Waists, full front box plaited and handsomely trimmed with braid. New dress slcevo with flare cuffs. At $3.50. Black Brlllianllno Waists, en tiro front finely tucked crosswise and shirred, forming a handsome, stylish and new effect in waists. At $7.50. Blue and Black Suits, nobby double-breasted Jacket. Scolloped front, plain skirt, pcrcalino lined and bound. At $10.00. Grey and Oxford Homespun Reefer Suits. Jackets colored mercerized lined. New Habit Skirt perealino lined. At $10.00. Black and Blue Serge Reefer Suits. Jacket rhadamo lined and new Habit Skirt percallne lined. At $12.50. Grey, Oxford and Blue Home? spun Suits. Extremely nobby and stylish semi-tight fitting double-breasted Jackets silk scrgo lined. Now Habit Skirt perca? llne lined. At $12J50. Black and Tan Venetian Suits, tnado samo stylo at tho $12.50 Homespun Suits above described. At $15.00. Steel, Navy, Brown and Black Venetian Suits. Nobby double-breasted tight fitting Jacket, scolloped all around. New imitation Tunlo Skirts Jacket silk scrgo lined. Skirt pcrcalino lined. At $17.50. Grey, Oxford and Bluo Home? spun Suits, entlro now cut, nobby double breasled, tight Utting Jacket. Jacket scolloped all around, has inlaid velvet col? lar, flare cuff and silk sorgo lined. New Imitation Tunic Skirt. At $17.50. Grey and Oxford Homespun single-breasted, tight fitting Jacket, ex? tremely nobby and Jaunty. Jacket satin lined. New Habit Skirt pcrcalino lined. At $25.00. Grey and Oxford Homespun Suits, very nobby, short double-breasted tight fitting Jacket, scolloped oil around. Tho Skirt Is tho newest habit bock, with fan shapo train. At $25.00. Black, Bluo and Tan Venetian Suits. Double-breasted Beefer Jacket and new Habit Skirt. Jacket and Skirt taffeta lined throughout. At $25.00. Grey and Oxford Homespun Suits. Very nobby short double-breasted Beefer Jacket and now Tunic Skirt, scol loped all round. At $35.00. Black, Bluo and Castor Broad Cloth Suits, with extremely stylish and nobby short doublo-hroasted tight fitting Jackets, scolloped all around. New Habit Skirt, Suit taffeta lined throughout. To be had In all shadea Many other suit styles at $2500, $35.00, $40.00, $50.00 and $60.00. L '8 JACKETS. The Perfect Fitting Kind, AT EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES MANUFACTURER'S LOSS YOUR GAIN. $10 Jackets at $7.50 $15 Jackets at $9.75 Perfect fit or your money back i Alterations Free. At $7.50. All-wool Black Kersey 6-button Double-breasted Jackets. Silk serge lined throughout. At $7.50. All-wool Tan Covert il-button Double-breasted Jackets. Purple silk sergo lined. At $0.75. Black Venetian 8-bulton Dou? ble-breasted Jacket. Now scolloped front and fancy tnfrcla lined throughout. At $9.75. Blue and Black Venetian S'ngle breasted Ely Front Jackets.. Scolloped all around. Fancy taffeta lined throughout. At $9.75. All-wool Black Kersey C-button Double-brcoaleil Jackets. Fancy taffeta lined. FURS. At $3.75. r^irpy Electric 9r:il Colinrett<\ At $5.00. ]-*irge Electric Heal Colin rette. At $7.50. Bcautirul Electric Seal Collar? ettes, with martin borders and tubs. At $10.00. Black Marten Collarette. At $13.50. f-arge- Mink Collarettes. At $13.50. Ljirgo Marten Collarettes,with marten tabs and tails At $15.00. Electric Sea) Collarette with pointed yoko front and hack or lino Per? sian lamb. At $15.00. Beautiful Mnrten Collarettes. At $18.00. Electric Seal Collarette, with collar and yoke edged with marten At $25.00. Electric Sial Collarette' with pointed yoko front and back of 'Astra? chan, with long Astrachan tabs, ten tails At $30.00. Electric Seal Collaret to, with' yoke of Krlnmer and long tubs two heads, s'x 'alls. Many other styles. Mothers, bring your children and havo them fitted before assortments are broken. Sizes I to M years. At $2.00. Of dim-rent color broken checks', with largo sailor collar, trimmed In braid. A very nobby, stylish llcofor. At $2.50. Blue and Brown Reefers. Six button double-breasted. For misses who like to have Jackets cut like thu ladles' Jackets. At J3.75. Of lloitclc, in red, brown, bluo and green. Klx-hiitton double-breasted. Ijirge sailor collar, handsomely braided. Very nobby ami Stylish. At $3.75. Bed and Blue only. Six-button double-breasted Reefers. Large sailor col? lars, braid trimmed. At $5.00. Of very handsome Curly Boucle. l.aiT.c sailor collar handsomely trimmed! Extremely nobby. At $5.00. Tan Covert Fly Eront Reefer Jackets, with Jiilald velvet collar. 4 Granby Street, SHORE ACRES." To say that James A. Herne'? beau? tiful play, "Shore Acres," realizes all the praiseworthy things that have been published Is, perhaps, the best preface to a commentary upon this work. When an audience is moved alternately to laAghter and; to tears, and both slmul teneously, without offending: good taste or In the ; slightest exaggerating the cartons of dramatic art, when it pul - sates with human emotions unaffected aims at the picturesque. On the con? trary ho paints In sober and Invariably truthful tints. Tn this respect he Is to bo .classed with tho so-called "real? ists." wttiile he differs from them in se? lecting the healthy side of human ex? istence. For the eighth season of this remark? able comedy-drama Mr. Herne has en? gaged a thoroughly adequate company, and a line scenic production of "Shore Aorea" Is announced for to-morrow ?^?E SHORE ACRES. ?? Jy .expressed, when it creates an abso-j iA^jut? '-'almo3i>here.'which makes even the ?ened theater-goer! leasing a play, then \ asaifled as great, for/ Herne's work tlon. It seems 1m a clearer, more In ?esslvo,-'and at the Luresqtie fashion of i tho story ho has *ot that Mr. Herne j evening nt the Academy. There hns been a large advance sale of scats, -fio advance In prices. THE RIL.EY-SHANNON COMPANY. "The Moth and the Flam.'" comes to the Academy next Meek. It pictures fashionable society In the most bril? liant comedy colors, but a strain of tragedy underlies the current of every human Ufo. So It breaks Into the light Of this piny, throwing a shadow as deep as fate upon the scene. The dla-' ^Vtfj ?? ? ? ????? logue Is crisp and witty, often cynical, and yet ringing so true that the spec? tator shivers under the revelation, but the story which the "persons in the play" depict for us is not new, only the author has carried It on to now ground for the conventional society drama. OTIS SKINNER. Mr. Otis Skinner will come to the Academy of Music to make his annual > 'theatrical production Friday evening, November 17th. This season he brings that successful comedy by Henry Ar? thur Jones, entitled "A Comedy of Man? ners, called "The Liars." The produc? tion Is splendidly mounted, being the same as used at tho Empire Theater, New York, wjiere it had a FTTH 61 four months. The novelty of the love story and tho delicious way In which It Is told by the author, and by Mr. Skin? ner and his clever company of players, cannot fail to win an audience, and Norfolk theater-goers will have but one opportunity to see this production, as the engagement Is a limited one of only one performance. London and Paris gowns of the very latest designs arc displayed by the ladles of the company. Mr. Skinner will present "The Liars" with a cast that Is strong In well known and popular names. Miss Nanette Coin stock will be his leading support. Among- tho eai'ly announcements at the Academy Is Wnrde and Sackett'a Comedians. They will present "A Bach? elor's Honeymoon." Julia Arthur's production of "More Than Queen," the new Napoleonic play in which she impersonates Josephine, was such a go in Boston that extra nintlnecs were given. "A Colonial Girl" Is a quaint attrac? tive play now en tour under the man? agement of Daniel Frohman, who is de? lighted with its great success. Howard Gould and Grace Freeman head the in? terpreting company. ?Carroll Johnson tho popular mlnstcl comedian with the West Minstrels has scored to win with I1I3 latest ballad "My Honolulu Lady," which receives encore after-encore. Ward and Vokes, the popular dialect comedians are hitting the laughers hard this season with their latest offer of fun. They give an entertainment de? lightfully attractive and certainly in? stantly popular. The receipts for the first two weeks of Viola Allen's engagement In Chicago have been over $26,000. From all reports Miss Allen artistically has repealed the triumph in tho role of "Glory Quayle" which she achieved during her long! Metropolitan sonson. An f tiipnrtitiil niltoroiior. To make It apparent to thousands, who think themselves 111, that they are not affected with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing, is lo bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition Is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all druggists, s. . All In sight of monument, "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms. Ennes only, 331 .Main street, corner Talbot. LITERARY. A CHARACTER STUDY. OLIVER TWIST. Even some of "Dickens' admirers have accused him of being a little far-fetched In his character of Oliver Twist. Those who have made a study of the author's liner life, charge to enthusiasm, if in? deed, enthusiasm be a fault, the cause of an over-ripe conscientiousness in a small child. ' It will be remembered that Dickens himself was tossed upon the troublous sea of poverty and wretchedness, when a mere child. He was forced to earn a living from a relative by sticking pas? ters on blacking boxes. Nevertheless, the firm religious in? clination of Oliver Twist, so early ex? hibited and so tenaciously ad her red to, Is not unnatural, If extraordinary. Dickens, indeed, makes us wonder that a child could have been brought up in a workhouse, abused and slandered, taught that lie had no claims upon re? spectability, tutored by a selfish, ras? cally Beadle; reared by a drunken old hag, conspiring to win the Beadle and to rob the government, could have known what poverty was. To believe the story one must believe that "blood will tell." iihd that Heaven protects Its own. One must discard the theory that surroundings and circumstances make the man. that training Is the key note in a child's career; that "train up a child In tho way it should go and when It is old It will not depart from it." Amidst every Influence, every tempta? tion, under every threat, demand, pleading and taunt by superior or companion, the Arm immovable soul of the poor boy remained steadfast to his almost sanctified love of the good and pure. To believe Oliver Twist must be a consolation to the heart of many a Christian mother, for, believing that the boy has inherited her virtues, as did young Oliver, so will she believe in his never failing love of right. It Is true little Oliver was too young to fall a victim lo some snares, but his very youth made him vulnerable to the particular temptations around about about which Dickens made him live. Nearly every reader will say: "Why should not the workhouse boy, mal? treated until he was forced to run away, told that he was a bastard, that he was incorrigible and deserved to be punished daily," believe that there was nothing good In him or to come out of him. And. Indeed, why should he? What ti grnnd field of thought It opens. The teachings at one's mother's knee come back to us dreaming or waking. May not a guardian angel take care of the 11U16 orphan -as well? And may not the good and pure exist as a real, tangible something, as a trait to be Inherited Just ns a distemper or other fault? Look how perfectly developed was the wit und humor of the "Artful Dodger." His happiness amidst the most sordid and distressing surroundings, oven un? der the fiendish eye of "Old Pagan," was ever smooth and undisturbed. His ideas of right and wrong wore equally dimmed. Why should not the "Dodger" " OUR WINDOWS TELL TUG STYLES.' THE MONTICELLO CORNER. flade Suits and Coats! 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Ever wear them? have inherited his traits? His surround? ings were certainly not conducive to levity or wit or humor. Thcro is nothing inconsistent in Oliver Twist's natural purity any more than ?there was In the "Artful Dodger's" in? herent vice, nor more than there was in Dill Sykes' brutality, or the low, natu? ral cunning of Noah Oaypole or the contemptible meanness and ugly tem? per of "Monks." And Chls brings up a new thought. Monks was entitled by every law, save love, to a good character. Monks was tho son of an unfortunate lovelss mar? riage, for his father had given his heart to tho beautiful girl whom Oli? ver claimed as mother. There Is nothing inconsistent about any of the characters paraded before a critical public in Oliver Twist, and the wonder of ir all It, how could one man fathom the depth of the human soul to the extent of reading one's thoughts? of seeing one's Inner feelings and motives?! Wpuld that there were a Dickens of to-dny! What a Held would he have in our own midst. What wonders would ho ilnd hidden behind the White shirt front and the heaving bosom of the social and business world. But the critics have ns much to say about Nancv as about Oliver Twist. How could one as low as Nancy Is painted, know, or move to the point, feel right and wrong? One who had sold her soul to a murderer and robber, a common outcast? This conviction comes more from Ignorance than from hatred or skepticism. As wonderful as it may appear, deep down within the heart of the vilest creature, driven by despair to every vice under the sun, with a disposition to falsehood that surmounts and kills truth, there is a speck of humanity. Vice has too strong a hold for truth to speak, but ever and anon the soul breaks forth and shows the good so l"ong hidden from sight. This I Is more beautifully illustrated In the re? cent Story of "The Workers," than other words enn describe .and one fee.ls grateful that Wyckoff should, years af? ter Dickens was laid away, find nn ex. ample of the unfortunate Nancy. ?tye are headquarters for all railroad watches. We carry the largest line In the city. Call and see our stock and learn prices. The Uale Jewelry Co. VIRGINIA CHATHAM. PINEAPPLE SNOW I Ours is the Finest in Norfolk. Bee Cream and Bees Our Pineapple Snow, Ice Cream and Icc3 are generally admitted to bo the finest In Norfolk. Special prices for parlies, excursions and lodges. De? livered free to any part of Norfolk. Prices low as the lowest. Goods better than the best elsewhere. NORFOLK COPY KITCHEN, Southern States Phone 073. ' je20-? _gl/BAinC ST. <R* C^tdirnttr'e Eng-Slati Dlnmond Small. PENNYROYAL PILLS f S\ t&Sft DnigUI l.r h-n.r ? *notl?J> X>I<1-jSTVl AjttfcwawaimiiiJi-rc'.. I.d Ci4iil?ulllo\\S' ?-vT-iVjllhll". ?r?lf i ?l" rlhboo.'' 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