THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3 & 5;
? .^EATH EL R q'E P OR T.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 21.
Forecast for Friday and Saturday:
Virginia: Generally fair Friday andl
Saturday; variable wlndB, mostly frcsh-|
North Carolina: Fair Friday; prob?
ably showers Saturday; fresh north to |
XorToik niKl Vicinity.
WEATHER FORECAST FOR
.Fair; nearly stationary temperature; j
light, variable winds.
TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND |
Maximum temperature. 49
Minimum temperature. 3S
Normal temperature.. .. . 42
D.pnrture from-normal.plus 2
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary 1st.plus 292
Rainfall in past 24 houis. 0
Rainfall since 1st of month.59
Mean relative humidity. 71
Sun rises 7:16 a. m.; sets 4:53 p. m.
Norfolk: High water 0:40 a. m.. 12:3G|
p. in.; .low water 6:34 a. m., 7:00 p) m.
Old Point: High water 0:19 a. in..
12:15 p. m.; low water G:13 a. m., 6:39
Monuments an 1 Gravestones.
The selection of a suitable
memorial In marble or Kran.
Ho i;:n be readily made from
our stock, for we carry the
largest assortment of finished
designs In tho South.
THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS
d 50 Years.
ill KU l'INCi?.
I. O. O. F.
rii IIB MEMBERS OF HARMONY
. JL l-ODGK No. l!l, 1. O. O. F.. '^?aa?.
are requested to assemble at :&9$Ssfifc
their hall TO-MORROW (Frl- ^jSSS?
day) MORN I NO, Dec. 22. at ^
10 o'clock to |iay the; last sad tribute of
respect to our deceased Brother W. J. E.
BISHOP. P. (1. ?.
Members of Bister Lodges arc frater?
nally Invited to unite with us. ??
Hv order N. Q. J. T. CROSS,
de2l-'.'t Secretary. ?:
The NoTrolk Hank for
Savings and Trusts.
Norfolk Va. December 20. 18?.
THE ANNUAIj MEETING OF TUB
stockholders of this bank, for the
election of directors for the ensuing year,
will be held at Its banking house, 24(1
Main street, on Tuesday. Ihe 9th day of
January, lPOO. between the hours of 13
m. anil 2 u. ni.
(leSO-tdm \V. W, VICAR, Cashier.
A.k t'K.KM KXTK.
n ,t i i!s si: \ n i> X ??; hi
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PRICKS?Nlgllti SO, 7"ic. and Jl. Mat?
inee, 50 cents. de22-3t
AUDITORIUM ? THEATRE I
JAS. M. BARTON, Prop.
Only Vaudeville House
Playing High Class Acls.
If you had a Rose Bush and each rose
kept its perfume In a little bottle In tho
center It would be no sweater, purer or
more lasting than the following perfume
we offer you. Your favorlto odor is sure
to he here, for our stock embraces al?
most every known koocI perfume:
French's Perfume, :n Cut Glass and
Bohemian Ware; Seeley's. Plnand'K,
Roger .t Galette's. 4711 Farina.
Ask for one of our handsome calendars.
McCURDEY & McCURDEY,
406 Main St., 733 Church St.,
Opp. Hotel Norfolk. Cor. Calvert.
SEVEN GOOH SMOKES FOR 25c.
-If you contemplate buying a
-Piano within tho next thirty days,
-It will pay you to call and see our
-magnificent Xmas stock of Planes.
-For fifty-eight years the STEIFF
-Piano Ins been beforo the public.
-It Is unexcelled for sweetness of
-tone, touch, durability and artistic
STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS,
MONTICEI.LO, GRANBY ST. .
BOTH PHONES 110?.
Thousands of pretty ones lo select from
at wonderfully low prices at
L0UGHRAN 0 PRIEUR'S
1? CHURCH STREET, NEAR MAIN.
Beautiful Medallions, Brass Photograph
Frames, Mirrors, Imported Plaques,
China Jardinieres, Easels, Screens, Pic?
tures Lamps, Vases, Tobacco Jars,
Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Ebony
Goods Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure
Sets, Shaving Sets, etc
Beautiful assortment Box Paper. Com?
pare our goods and prices, which wo
guarantee to bo satisfactory.
iRWIN'S EXPRESS CO..
218 Water St., Phone 6. Either Phone.
We haul anything.to and from any?
where tn the Uiree cities.
Special facilities for hauling Safei,
Softem, Furniture and Pianos,
Lots filled and fillips wanted,
IN LEGAL CIRCLES.
Decrees Entered in theNCourt of
Law and Chancery,
Corimi'ut iotiC'oiir! - 31 ur ringe I.I ccn*r>?
< s itni - i u i o u lit ?l:tiiltru|it<-y?
Jtlllil [>i uli r I'lltotl ? IlltU Slllflih
iii in lined-Olltor I'uiico t'un'i.
In tho Court of Law and Chancery
yesterday a decree was entered con?
firming1 the reports of John^ B. Jenkins,
commissioner in chancery, and C. W%
B. Lane, administrator, designating \V.
F. Moore as the only heir of Elizabeth
Benson. The case was dismissed from
The case of 'Julia Lowry vs. the J.
R. Qlddings and Jolllfce Union, In chan?
cery, was argued nnd submitted.
A decree w;is entered confirming the
report of Special Commissioner 13. S.
RulDn in the case of H. G. Smith vs.
Anna P. Smith, et als.
A decree confirming the report of
Special Commissioner E. S. KuHln tvaa
also entered In the cose of Ann M.
Ward vs. Anna P. Smith, et als.
THE CORPORATION COURT.
A jury In the Corporation Court was
engaged yesterday In hearing a case in
which was Involved $45 for tfhe board of
a horse. C. R. Davis sued M. M. Saw?
yer, the owner of the animal, and was
awarded $24.15, and the horse was or?
The following marriage licenses were
Issued at tho clerk's olllcc yesterday:
"William Henry Barber, of North Car?
olina, und Laura C. Jones, of Norfolk.
William Bradley and Martha Bennett,
William Tatem and Mattle. Harris,
Amos Harrison nnd Jennie Taylor,
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the oflice of the clerk of the United
Slates Court yesterday, a petition In
bankruptcy was Hied by Harry G.
Moss, of Newport News, through Moss
& Gllkerflon, counsel. Liabilities,
$:.:i2.!>7; assets, JS3.50.
JUNK DEALER FINED.
A finely f S3" was Imposed upon Solo?
mon Collins,colored, a junk dealer, for
buying stnlen property. A set of g.i:
lilting:;. Hie property of the City Gas
Company, wns found stowed ttwny In an
old shed, belonging to Collins}, by De?
tective Clilldress and Kpee'nl Officer
Barrom. Sorna car fillings belonging
to the Norfolk and Western railway
were ahm found in Collins' place. A fina
of $11 was paid, but an appeal wns,
taken as to the remainder, and the nc
j cusod was balled in the sum of $75 for
his appearance before the January
term of the Corporation Court.
CHARGE NOT PROVEN.
Rnnsome Eppes and Carl ton Rand,
the two negro boys arrested sometime
ago upon suspicion of stealing ?(15 from
the Atlantic Hotel's cash register, were
discharged by Justice Tomlln yester?
day morning. There was strong cir?
cumstantial evidence against tho two
prisoners, but no direct proof of their
PAID HIGH FOR TURKEY.
Joe Carey, colored, stole a' turkey for
his Christmas dinner, but Mr. H. W.
Wood, from whose store the bird was
swiped, had Joe arrested find yesterday
he veceivod a sentence of six months
in jail. This was Cnrey's third convic?
tion for stealing.
. BAD MARKSMEN JAILED
Sandford Douglass, the white man
who was shooting right and 'left on
Campbell's wharf Wednesday night,
was given three months In jail. This Is
the man who shot several times at j
"Johnny" Bnhks, the bartender at
Hudgins' saloon, on Campbell's wharf.
None of the shots hit the young man.
Henry Bird, colored, who-also did the
?shooting not, met the same fate as
Douglass. Bird fired three times at
John Robinson "Wednesday night, but
missed each time.
MINOR POLICE OFFENCES.
George Wilson, colored, paid $4 for
assaulting Allee "Wilson.
Frances Robertson, colored, paid $2
for using language not fit to print.
Joseph Brooks, colored, charged with
assaulting Mary stokes in the jail, was
dismissed for lack of evidence.
Pianos that last a lifetime; highest
possible grade. You will find it in the
"StielY." Reasonable prices; : liberal
ST1EFF FACTORY WARE ROOMS.
delO-St Montlcello, Granby St.
"Newest Discovery" extracts teeth
painlessly. N. T. Dental Rooms only,
No. 324. corner Main* and Talbot sts.
N. E. of monument, established nearly
20 years. Ennes, Dentist. New 'phone,
Struck by Stroot Car.
Yesterday afternoon an Intoxicated
man was struck by an electric car on
Church street, He measured his length
on the Belgian blocks, but managed to
resume a partially upright posltl n ami
amble off, scratching a bruised le?.
Men who witnessed the nee'dent shy
th.il no blame whr.t .wr attaches to Ih
motorman and conductor of the car.
And Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Skin and Scalp
Humors Cured by
' Speeov Cunts TnnATUEST. ? Bathe the
affected parts thoroughly with Hot Watkic
and CuTicttuA Soat. Next.apply OCTIOCKa:
Ointment, the great skin enro.ntid lastly tal;o
a fall doso of Cctioiuia Resolvbst. Tills
treatment will afford Instant, rchof permit
rest and sleep,and point to a spcc-ly. perma?
nent, and economical euro when all elaa falls.
Sohl everywhere. Price, TitaStr.if .Hi or. C:Tiri'R*.
SiAr.Wn t ClXTtlKST. K??iL?iii.-(h3lf lire),.'*;.
PoTixn T>?va *?r> CutM. Cntr.. M* I'r.- ri , Boston.
?3? " lisw to Core Eti?at,"Ct-rf.ss bo-J-, free.
BUT S 100,000 WANTED.
UNITED STATES TOWING AND
The following letter Is'self explana?
tory and will bo read with interest:
EdlWy of Vlrglnlan-rilot:.
Dear Sir?Your very kind notice of
our Arm and of the prospectus for the
United States Towing and Transporta?
tion Company In your paper?'for which
we are obliged?is, unintentionally cal?
culated to give u wrong impression
which may affect tho enterprise.
The organization of this towing and
transportation company, with the op?
tions which we hold for the shipment
of coal to Cuba and Porto Rico, may
be the first stop towards a regular
steamship line between this port and
Cuba and Porto Rico, but it is not the
intention of the company which wo arc
about to raise to establish a steam?
ship line at present. TO do this pro?
perly would take at least five hundred
thousand dollars, and we" would be un?
willing to undertake the enterprise
unless Congress passes the contemplat?
ed United States shipping bill, and the
Legislature of Virginia would give us
the same protection.which is given to
the lines out of Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and Bnlllmore under Ihe
revenue InSvs of their respective Stntcs.
nor could wo expect to raise such n
company within the next tctt days.
What we propose is the charier and
probable nurchuse of steamers and
barges upon which wc have options,
and to taito advantage of options for
high freights which we hold, and also
employing the services in the most re?
munerative .business offering us.
In the last ten years the conntwlse
and inland freights <>n Pacnhohtns
coal, which h:is been shipped through
ihls office, have nm?unted to mure than
ten millions of dollars, while not one
thousandth part of "the same has been
paid to any one In Norfolk.
It is to give our home peop'o an op?
portunity to join in this undertaking,
with a view to future enlargement. If
deemed expedient, that we have ad?
vertised proposals to receive bids until
the ist of January.
One linn In New York have offered to
secure the whole amount If necessary.
WILD!AM LAMB & . CO.
It is understood that for this pre?
liminary organization but $100,000 is
needed. and that It will be several
years at hast before the company will
enlarge to the amount which the wider
scheme would call for. and it is not
certain this would ever be done, as the
PRINCESS ANNE OOTWTY AU?
THORITIES G 11 ANT NO RELIEF.
'Pbe committee representing the- Vir?
ginia Bencli property owners in the
mittler of securing some action of the
Princess Anne county authorities to?
ward improving Virginia Beach, have
laid the matter before the Board of
Supervisors of that county. They asked
the board to put aside a part of the
toad and county taxes paid by the Vir- '
glnla Beach people, to be used for thej
desired Improvements ut Ihe Bedch,
stich as board walks, bulkheads. e:o.
The Supervisors, while of the opinion
thai the request was n reasonable one,
said they would be unable to act In the
mittler, as the people of Princess; Anne
county were pretty generally opposed
to spending county funds for improve?
ments at the Beach;
The property owners will probably
ask the Legislature at this session to
grant them a charter providing for a
tux assessor and a local board of im?
provement, which will have the power
to expend the funds collected. The
Princess Anne citizens may opoose
The committee thai called upon the
Supervisors was composed of Messrs.
A. B. Seldner, chairman; Allan Q. Bur?
row. A. Tl. Martin, James E. Allen and
Robert E. De.Tarriette.
Tickets on sale for the Christmas hol?
idays by the Seaboard Air Line, De?
cember. 22d, 23d, 21th. 25th; also Decem?
ber 30th nnd 31st. 1S9!>. and January 1st,
1900, good until January 4llf. Inclusive.'
A pretty nuptial event transpired at
the residence of the bride. No. 9 North
street, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
when Miss Laura C. Jones, daughter of
Mr. W. H. Jones, of Lambert's Point,
became the bride of Mr, W. H, Harber,
of Windfall, N. C. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. C. W. Maxwell, of
Coliey Memorial Presbyterian Church,
in the presence of the immediate rela?
tives and friends of the contracting
parlies. The marriage over, Mr. and
Mrt\ Barber left for iheir future ?home.
Windfall, via the Norfolk and Southern
The Epworth League of LeICIcs Me?
morial M. E. Chpreh has elected the
following officers for the ensuing six
months: President, James A, Rives,
Jr.; First Vice-President, 8. S. Green;
Second Vice-President. Mrs. Joseph
Roberts; Third Vice-President, Miss
Florence Thornton; Secretary, Miss
Maggie Simpson; Treasurer, Seely
Hudglns; Organist, Mrs. Graham H.
Lambeth: Assistant Organist. Miss
Mat tie Rlltsc. The literary, charity and
he!-,' and lookout committees will be nn
houtVccd at the next meeting.
Rev. E. E. Dudley, pastor of Central
Avenue Baptisl Church, will leave this
morning for the home of his parents,
near Lynehburg. in spend the Christ?
The 'committee is busily engaged in
preparing the program of the Chrir.t
mnn entertainment of LeKles Memorial
Sunday school next Thursday night,
The Local Board of Improvement will
hold Its December meeting on either
Wednesday or Thursday night of next
Y. NJ. C. A. Gymnasium.
The annual photograph of the junior
gymnasium class will be made Satur?
day morning at 10. o'clock, nnd will
?undoubtedly be the lnrgr>st ever taken
in the history of the association. The
?boys, after being photographed, will
go on an outing with Physical Director
A FTIurdorotis Attack.
Henry Waiden, colored, whose home
Is at !'8 James street, was murderously
assaulted by John Morgan, co'.ored, on
Commercial Place, yew.'erday afternoon.
Both are delivery wagon drivers. The
atlnck was made With a . truck stick
weighing about fifteen pounds. Morgan
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Miss Lee Qlcncord Cook, the State
"Y" organizer, was In our city yester?
day enroute to her home, In Buffalo,
N. Y'.,' to be present nt her brother's
General Edgar Allen, United States
Attorney for the Eastern District of
Virginia, was in Norfolk yesterday.
The last rehearsal of the "Old Maid's
Convention" was held at the residence
of Mrs. Miller, No- 192 Charlotte street,
The doll left from the doll sale of the
Young Daughters of the Confederacy
was rallied last "night at the residence
of Mrs. Krank Anthony Walke,, und
was won by Miss Lucy L. Thorn.
Mr. Joseph Selig arrived here from
St. Louis to spend Christmas with his
sister. Mrs. Adler.
rtuth Lodge of Masons hud wo.k in
the second degree last night.
Harmony Conclave No. 11. II., or S.
W. M? will elect officers at their regu?
lar meeting to-night.
The revenue cutter Onondago has ar?
rived in port.
Mr. Charles M. Barrett, of Norfo'k.
has received the appointment of sub
agent for Swedish underwriters.
The Fifth Ward Democ a Ic flub held
a wrll-attonded meeting lasit nigh* and
transacted conrld arable business. There
were several accessions to the roll of
Mr. W. T. Arlington, who was pain?
fully hurt In a collision of his carriage
with an electric car on Eist Main
street, is lui| roving under the care of
Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall will ni t make his
contemplate:! tilp to Europe until next
sun.nur. It Is his Intention to get up
an excursion party to accompany lilin
over to tho old country.
Park Avenue Baptist Sunday school
will have Its Christmas entertainment
next Tuesday night. Tho V inte room
will lie elaborately decorated for (he oc?
casion. A large Christmas tree will be
erected in front of the pulpit, above
which will bo an arch, pendant from
which will he a large representation of
the "Star of Bethlehem." The'musical
and literary program will consist of
choice s lections from tho b:st authors
Seats can be secured to-day and to?
morrow for the engagement of "Town
Topics,",' at the Academy, Christmas
night. Prices ranging from 25c to 51.
The matinee prices will be 50c. to any
part of I ho theater. No reserved seats.
"A COUNTP.Y MERCHANT."
At the Academy next Wednesday
matinee nnd night will be seen Mr.
Charles Cowles, who presents n strong
and interesting Play dealing with life
In a New England town. The piece
was specially written for Mr. Cowles
by McKoe Rnnkin. Esq., nnd tells a
pretty story of romantic Interest, in?
troduces many quaint characters, and
much whimsical, natural humor, and
Is enlivened by many musical features,
which are strictly up-to-date. In the
character 'of Eb?n Baxter, the old
postmaster, Mr. Cowles has won last?
ing fame. It Is a character study,
ranking with Jefferson's "Ulp" or
Thompson's "Joshua Whlteomb." Lev
era of genuine comedy of the highest
order will be sure to see Mr. Cowles
In "A Country Merchant."
'l'lii? I* nni?!
Yon want! One that has stood the test
of over half a century; one that can
he bought at an honest price, and on
fair terms. Come see the ohl reliable j
delil-St Montlcollo, Granby St.
Cbrltmas Is near nt hand and we
have been mindful of It, nnd as a re?
sult are more prepared to show one
of the best-selected stocks of diamonds,
watches, jewelry nnd silverware to be
found In the city. Our prices have
been marked down to ensure ready
sales. Y'ou are eorddlally Invited to
Inspect our goods before purchasing
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
All the latest shapes and styles In
I Neckwear. A treat In store for Christ?
mas buyers. Budolphl & Wallace, '.133
You want! One that has stood the lest
of over half a century; one that can
be bought at an honest price, and on
fair terms. Come see the od reliable
ST1EFB" FACTORY WAREROOMS,
? del0-5t Moiitlccllo, Granby St.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5.
1 ffi?f?raftiW W&i
Handsome Lace Curtains
Such as we nre selling are bound to
recommend themselves to.,those who rec?
ognise pood quality when they >.-c it.
The uurta'.ns wo ~rc i-ft'erlng now nr?
juai in and ate the kind lhat wear for
several etasbhs, and are honest bargains
?t the la-ice we ask. Call and see them.
L0 H. Whitehurst,
336 MAIN STREET.
THE ILLUSTRATED SOUTHERN AL?
MANAC has no equal. No weather prJ
dlctlons like these. A tr.'al is all that Is
needed to prove the value of this AL?
MANAC. Price, by mail, j cents. Special
prices 011 application.
J. I,. 1111,1, PRINTING CO.,
' BOX SI3,
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
The latest $1.50
Novels at $1.05.
When Knighthood was in Flower
?by Edwin Caskoden.
Janice iY\eridith--by Paul Leicester
Red Rock?by Thomas Nelson
David Harmon?by Edward Noyes
Prisoners of Hope?by Mory
Robespierre?the Story of Sardou's
The Black Douglas?by S. R.
The Battle of the Strong?by Gil?
The Orange Girl?by Walter
Be sou t.
The King's Mirror--by Anthony
The Castle Inn?by Stanley J.
The Black Wolf's Breed?by Har?
Harper's Latest $1.50
Novels, at 59c. each. -
These magnificently bound novels
we have been selling right along at
75c From to-day on"they will be
We mention a few:?
Pembroke?by Mary E. Wilkins.
Anne?by Constance Fenimore
The Coast of Bohemia--by W. D.
Life on the Mississippi?by Mark
The Bread Winners.
The Si.25 edition of the "Pansy"
Books to go at 75c. each.
The SI-25 edition of the "Elsie"
Books to go at 59c. each.
The New Sofa Cushions.
The line ol* silk and satteen
covered Sofa Cushions arrived
late last night. They will be
put on sale to-day at very low
prices on account of their late
Me brings articles that are
useful as well as ornamental.
There is nothing" more ap?
preciative than a nice pair of
Slippers, Shoes or Rubber
Bools for a Christmas Gift.
Bath Room Slippers with no heels
or backs, 50c.
Ladies' Room Slippers, 50c.
Men's house Slippers, velvet, 50c.
Men's house Slippers, morocco, $1
Men's House Slippers. Genuine Al?
Boys' Leather Leggins, $1.00.
Children's Jersey Leggius, 75c.
fi Box of Cand .Given
With Every Purchase.
_NOR FOL.K-PORTSM OUTH._
KOTIGE OF THIRD DIVIDEND
orsic? of Tlirodom s Garnett, )
Trustee & Receiver of Btirruss, Sou & Co)
221 Oltlrens' Bank Building, Norfolk va.)
DIVIDEND OP TEN PER CENT, will
bq-paid to all creditors of Burfuss, Son &
Co., on presentation of Receiver's Ccrtlli
eato at th!s ofllcei hot ween the hours of
10 a. mi and 3 p. m. on and after the 2?>T11
DAY OP DECEMBER. ISM*.
THEODORE S. OARNETT,
Trustee, and Receiver of Bnrruss. Son &
BEWJ. L. DOZIER,
Livery, Boarding" and
61, 63, 65 Covo Stroot.
Everything new and up-to-date.
8. S. PI ION E, G06.
En a Quandary .
as to what to buy ? Do
these suggestions offer a so?
White Quilts, y
Shirl Waist Lengths,
HCnit Skirts, ,
Josepii Brown - 220 main St:
for Xmas Gifts.
There is little time left for
you to linger in a state of in?
decision, pondering over the?;
question "what to give." Only
four shopping days remaining.
You must buv quickly 1 We;
tell of the
Holiday Furs for Gifts* <
Rich black seal Collarette, with 8
tails and 2 heads, $6. Handsome^
black marten Collarette, with 10 tails; ?
S15. Beautiful black seal Collarette,
with astrachan collar and 4 tails, $15.
Stylish gray fox Collarette, with black
seal collar, $5- Pretty marten Scarfs,
$4.50. Long grizzly Scarf, with 10
tail and 2 heads, $6. Fine seal and
astrachan Muffs, $4.00. Stylish red
fox Muffs, $9.00. Handsome seal
MufTj with mink coiled around it, $15.
Umbrellas for Xmas Gifts.
Mens beautiful black loventlno Silk
Umbrellas?with Congo handles?steel
rods?iKirugon frames?put up In etile
covers and close rolling. J2.W. Suitable
for an Xmas ?tft.
A host of ladles' VmbrelIas,Jn a great
variety of handles, qualities and colors?,
some handle? uro of lightening pearl
some twlsi und mounted with gold and
Bllver and others. Prices, 9Sc, $1.39, J3.00.
ti.CO, 51.1'J ar.d S'i.S).
Fine Kid Gloves, $1.
If .*1 is the price you want to pay for .
a Kid Glove, we suggest you to purchase"
the '?Perfection" from us. Modes, tans, j
browns castors, grays and black ar.d
white In clasp or lacings. Dainty stitch
Ingn. $1 a pair. Warranted.
206 Main St., Norfolk, Va.
ACADEMY OK MUSIC BUILDING.
Are you still undecided
about what to buy as an Xmas
remembrance for your hus?
band, brother, or?shall we
"Give something both at?
tractive and serviceable and it
is sure to be appreciated.
One of the articles men?
tioned below will be sugges- .
Jive for the occasion:
NOURY NECKWEAR In all tho desir?
able :<>?.?. to JI.C0.
KID GLOVES?dresssd und undressed;
lined and unimtd, ji.oo, $i.oo and |3 ,W. ;
per pair. ?;.; Pi?
SUSPKNDERS-SSo. to*2.E0 per pair,
Tho lateht, oC course, are sliver mount*
ITAIUKELLAS-JI.CO to J6.C0, with tho
nohVc-t handles ever shown In Norfolk ?
FANCY BILK AND WORSTED VESTS
?Blnslo and double-breasted, ?.00 to 15.00
CARDIGAN JACKETS?Jl.SJ to ?4.00. '.V'".
SW KATHUS?$1.00 to ?0.00.
Rcniemccr we have the agency for
Steln-Ulech tailor-made Clothes for Nor--"
folk ar.d vicinity.
317 MAIN STREETS
DO YOU KNOJii
RENOVATING- ?AIR MATTRE39RSU
Wo have all kinda In stock, and m??S
of beat materials.
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