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Met With Thrilling Experience!
lllown Hundreds of Miles Out ?I Her Course
mid Encountered Two Hurricanes?
Other .Marine Notes of Interest to Mari?
ners und Laymen.
The three-masted schooner Goo. W.
Anderson arrived yesterday from New
York after a thrilling experience at sea.
She encountered two hurricanes, was
blown hundreds of miles out of her
course, lost her rudder and for many
days was tit the mercy of wind and
waves. The schooner was loaded with
cement and her bulky cargo threatened
to send her to tho bottom with alt
hands aboard. Captain Mundle stated
he left Handy Hook for Norfolk No?
vember 2d. Three days afterwards the
Anderson was struck by a. terrlllc
northeast hurricane and the vessel he
came unmanageable. The rudder- was
torn from its socket und, helpless, the
vessel was blown several hundred
miles cast of the Gulf stream. A tem?
porary rudder was rigged and tho
schooner managed to get near Body
Island, when she met a second hurri?
cane, und was again blown out to sea.
With tllfllculty the vessel was lane to
and Tuesday sighted Cape Henry, ar?
riving here yesterday.
CRUISERS TO COAL HERE.
The French cruisers I.a Ccclllc and
La Stichelt will be coaled by William
Lamb ,\i Co, in Hampton Bonds, In?
stead of al Newport News, as has been
reported. Tin; cruisers will leave Balti?
more in a few days and remain in the
Roads perhaps a week; The business
men are apparently taking but little In?
terest In the arrival of the distinguish?
ed visitors, ami they must needs be feel
moi l Hied if. after being entertained by
the people of Baltimore, New York. An- ,
napolis und even President McKinley,
they meet a chilly reception here, it
behooves the Board of Trade and other
organizations to take prompt steps for]
tin- entertainment <>r Admiral Bichard
and his staff.
RESCUE COMES IN.
The wrecking steamer Rescue arrived
In port yesterday from New York,
where she had towed the German
steamship St. peorg, which was re?
cently wrecked on the Cuban'coast.
The floating of ihe huge steamship was
(fulto an undertaking, but was suc?
cessfully accomplished by the Morrltts.
MONONGAHELA IN ROADS.
The training ship Mononghhcla has
returned to Hampton Roads from York
river, where she had successful gun?
nery practice. The young middies and
future admirals proved themselves ex
pert marksmen and many a bobbing
target was smashed because of their
ANNAPOLIS IN COMMISSION.
The gunboat Annapolis went into
commission at the navy-yard yesterday
nnd will shortly sail lor (lie China
station, where she will do patrol duty.
Being of IIghI draught, and as China
has Innumerable shallow rivers, the
Annapolis Is expected to do good duty
In the way of protecting Amerlcap in?
terests during these troublous times.
Y- IV|. C A- Note?.
The next event at the Young Men's
Christian Association will be tip- ad?
dress to-night by Prof. Char loa Sheriff
Maurice on "Pilgrim's Progress." Prof.
Maurice uses a very line optical lan?
tern with magnificent colored views,
ninety in number which are thrown
on the screen about fifteen feet square.
.The lecture is intensely Interesting
from start to finish. Bunyun's "Pil?
grim's progress" Is considered, with?
out a doubt, tlie most extraordinary
book in the English language other
than the Bilde Itself. Regard being
had to the condition of its author ami
the circumstances connected with its
production, to its widespread popu?
larity, and its suitableness for readers
of eyer'y class, there is none to com?
pare with it. Tie' book Is so well
known that any Information concern?
ing either it or its author seems su
Prof. .Maurice gives much added
pleasure to a reading of the book by
the beautiful views. He gives the lec?
ture entitled "Lost in London" entire?
ly Without the aid of notes, and the
lecture com; rises one hour of delight
Prof. Maurice delivered bis address at
the Boys' and Men's meeting two
Sundays UgO, and every one Wits so
v.ell pleased that la; was secured to re?
peat it last Sunday al both of the
The admission to-night to the pic?
torial "Pilgrim's Progress" wdll be
twenty-live cents adults and ten cents
to children. The hall should be Idled
With parents and 111? ? ir children. This
is a sermon thai children will never
forget. A gentieman remarked a day
or two ago that he saw "Pilgrim's
Progress" Illustrated when he was a
boy, nnd certain truths he learned
there had been of much help to him
(ill of his life. The lecture being as
it is Illustrated, with such line views,
it reaches a child both througli the ear
und eye. and therefore makes a double
impression on the brain, and will be
remembered twice as long as other?
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
We are glad to learn that Mr. .T. C.
YarbrpUgh, who lias been seriously ill
at his home, in Brambletoh, for the last
ten days, is now improving and. It is
to be hoped, w ill be out in a few days.
Then? will be a fantan parly this af?
ternoon at 3:W> o'clock al Montiliore
Hall for the benefit or Ohef Sholoni
Collector of Delinquent Personal
Taxes R. T. Brooke has appointed as
hb; assistant Mr. William ,T. Duff. The
position pays $r>0 per month. The ad?
visability of continuing the ptnee of as?
sistant collector will lie considered by
tlie Council two months hence.
The committee which has charge of
the arrangements for the smoker of the
Spanish-American veterans is striving
lo make the reunion attractive and
memorable. The smoker will occur on
Wednesday, the 2ist, at s o'clock In the
.-Armory Hall; The committee is pre?
paring to entertain a large crowd.
A white shirt for a $1.00 that has a
rudot.phi & Wallace.
333 Main Street.
OF THE M. E. CHURCH.
Continued from Page 2.
clous auditorium being tilled, while I
many persons~"coinented themselves
with standing room throughout tho
The occasion-was the opening ser?
mon before the Conference by Rev. it.
H. Bennett, of St. James M. K. Church,
Mr. Dennett selected as his subject
"The Fatherhood of God," taking as
the foundation of his discourse Malt.
u-9: "Our father who art In heaven."
After an appropriate introduction, In
which reference was made to the ear?
liest dawn of Christianity, a descrip?
tion of the true knowledge of Ood and
the moral law. the talented young di?
vine discussed the theme under the
following general heads:
III. Authority, showing the need of
repentance and the Indulte purity of
IV. All men may say our Father, but
wo must know ami feel the blessed,
glorious truth. God has His mysteries
of grace. In the discussion of this
point the eloquent preacher drew n
beautiful lesson from the Galvcstoil
V. Omnipotence the certainty of vic?
VI. Love hot in nature, but on Cal?
VII. Reunion at the old home.
Here Mr, Bennett described a recent
voyage across the ocean bh his home?
ward trip und the longings for child?
hood ami home, and aptly applied the
ligilie lit the Christian's Until voyage
across the .Jordan of death to the
bright shore beyond not made of bat
Moments and towers, but borne in as
glorified sense, lie described the Oos
pel ship on it.: voyage to the heavenly
land nnd Its Bilfo arrival at the port of
eternal bliss; where the redeemed" and
ransomed ot the Lord well know and
realize in its fullest sense what is the
Fatherhood of Cod.
The sermon was rieh In thought a ad
chaste In language, hoi.ling the vast
audience spellbound throughout i;s .1 >
! livery. The discourse was a masterful
I production, and showed the most care?
ful and thoughtful preparation.
Bishop Duncan occupied a seal in the
' chancel with several other member.-,
while prs. A. Col;'.- Smith and II. 13.
Johnson were In the pulpit.
During the service the choir rendered
several choice selections.
Bishop Duncan presides with grace
and dignity, and Shows that he is thor?
oughly familiar with the arduous
duties devolving upon him as presiding
officer, in conducting business be is
not disposed to be severe, and is in
fact exceedingly good natu red, but he
is prompt in bringing the conference to
order when necessity requires it. At
times during the session yesterday
there was considerable disorder grow?
ing <>ut of much talk in the church;
which caused the Bishop to remark
thiit it was difficult to decide whether
it was a conference room or "conver?
sation hall.- and if those who were en
glided in talking would agree to divide
lime with the conference be would let
them net through and then proceed
with the business Of the body. He got
off a. witticism on two of tin- preachers
who, in the passage of characters, were
exceedingly1 complimentary to two of |
their presiding elders. When they had
Dili: bed w hat they had to say the Bish?
op remarked that the ministers in ques?
tion were getting in .some good advance
work, and that Ihcy must be looking
out for their appoint incuts at the ad?
journment of conference, which w in be
largely controlled by the presiding
Itev. John Q. Rhodes, Bishop of the
"Kitchen Cabinet." which is usually
held in the basement; has not as yet
called his body together, and It Is not
known at this writing what will be his
I forecast of appointments.
The election of Rev. .1. T. Mastin, of
Berkley, to the financial agency of the
proposed < Jonferoncc < >rphanagc,creates
a pulpit vacancy a I the Chestnut street
Church Which Will have tobe tilled by a
new man at this session of the confer?
ence. Among those mentioned for this
church arc Dr. John I lament, w ho was
recently transferred from California
back to the Virginia Conference, and
Bey. W. Asbury Christian, who has
Just closed Ids fourth .year with Cen?
tenary Church, Lynchburg.
Rumor hns it that Rev. F. K. Shlpp,
of Kali mount Avenue. Richmond, who
was transferred to this conference-last
..ear, will r;111 11 to the Clnrlihi Cotl?
ference at this session.
There is some talk of Rev. W. B.
Bcnuehnmp, who is now- at Broad
Street church. Richmond; coming to
Norfolk, but this is hardly probable, as
he has been at Broad Street only one
year and has done a lino work there.
The following members have died
luring the past conference year: Rev.
A. O. Bl own. D. I'.. at Ashland; Rev.
R. H. Mullen, at North Mecklenburg,
and Rev. R. M. Sounders, at Lynch
The only presiding elder who has
served out his four years, and wdio will
have to be given .mother appointment,
Is Rev. Wm. 1*. Wright, of the Dan?
Rev. Chas. D. Crawiey, now at Union
Station, Richmond, it is thought, will
be ?-IIher made a presiding el ler or be
sen! to one of the Mnthcws circuits.
Dr. Paul Whltehend, who was re
elected secretary of the conference yes?
terday, bus filled the position for forty
one yehrs consecutively with signal
ability and with entire satisfaction to
the conference. Tils re-election yester?
day is a graceful compliment to him
and an acknowledgment of bis superior
qualifications for the position.
It was announced yesterday thrit
Rev. R. I.. Martin, who was as ilgnetl to
Wlcomlco at the last conference, bin
connected himself with the M. li;
Amonc; Our Cotton Men.
Weather In cotton bolt cool and
clear; minimum temperature . ranges
from .12 to -IS degrees.
Liverpool spot market declined l-32d.
Sales, 12.000 bales, against 10.000 last
year. Contract market declined 1 Vi
points, closing quiet.
Future contract market in New
York declined 2 to 7 points, closing
steady. January, email@example.com; May, 0.3I#
il.82; August. ?UD@9.20. Middling cot?
ton. 0%j quiet. Stock, 42,099 bales,
against 103,480 last year.
I'. S. port receipts yesterday was
48,416 bales, against 41,026 last year
and S4.7S'.? bales in 1S!>8.
Receipts at New Orleans to-day es?
timated at 1-t.OuO to 15.000 hales,
against S.S7S last year and 13.710 in
Receipts at Houston. Texas, to-day
estimated at 20 to 21.000 boles, against
13,096 last year and l?.003 in 1S3S.
MISTRIAL FOR ADAMS.
After Two Hours the Jurors Re?
ported a Disagreement.
rwo Negroes I'IkIiI nud Uolh Hurt and in
1'ilmn A Family Quarrel in which
Hont Johnson ami Geocaster Graves
l.i .id und Fight.
Charles Adams, the young man who
fired five shots, without effect, at
Hurry V. Stokes, at the City Market,
was tried in the Corporation Court yes?
terday. The prisoner was rebelled.
The trial yesterday attracted ?piite a
crowd to the court room, but the evi?
dence in the main was the same as
given at the preliminary hearing in the
Foliee Court. Adams, it will be re?
membered, was warned to keep away
from the stokes residence, in Hunlers
vlllc. Adams had been keeping com?
pany with Miss Stokes, and her
brother, Harry Slokes, testified be
found Adams an unfit companion for
Iiis (Stokes-) sister, stokes thrashed
Adams one night in Huntersville, and
the latter lay in wait for Stokes as be
went to his work. When opposite the
market Adams jumped from behind a
dour, pulled it pistol and tired live shots
at Stokes. The deft ise endeavored to
prove that Stokes was armed on the
morning of the shooting, as a pistol In
a holster was found near where Stokes
fell When the latter lie I from the shots
of Adams. The prosecution produced
a new witness in the person of a small
boy, who declared that Atlanta had two
revolvers on tho morning lie blazed
away al Stokes. The jury was out
about two hours ami announced they
could not agree. The case will come to
trial at the next term of the* Corpora?
TWO NEGROES FIGHT.
D< nnls Wilson and Samuel Walters.
negr.-. became Involved in a difficulty
yesterday afternoon at the foot of Ne?
braska street. Wilson picked up a
four-pound rock and hurled It at Wal?
ters. It struck the latter on the head,
making a wound which took two
stitches to close. Both men were ar?
rested and locked up. The men were
employed unloading bananas on the
steamer Donald, and the trouble, it is
said, originated over a woman.
A FAMILY QUARREL,
Rosa 10. Johnson, colored, charged
with biting off the thumb of Goecasto
Graves, colored, was uied in the Cor?
poration Court yesjtcrday and acquit?
ted. The case involved a family quar?
rel, in Which a Corps?; ami a chicken
were frequently mentioned as the
causes of the jars between two families
iiving in the same hniis?,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mrs. Mary E. Johnston nnd others to
N. B. Joy lies, lot and improvements
fronting -'ft feet 6 Inches on west side of
Church Street, 44 feet west of Hull
Caledonian Land and Improvement
Company to Richard Baylor, three lots
fronting 25 feet each on Railroad ave?
Henry .1. Lambert to Ada M. Hurst,
lot fronting 25 feet on west side of
Poole street, 120 feet south from Cen- I
trnl avenue: $600.
IN Till'. POLICE CQURT.
Alex. Bright, colored, stealing blan?
kets and a dress skirl from in front of
the siore of 1. V. Abrnmson; six
months In jail.
Jessie May field, colored, assault;
three months in jail.
James Williams, colored, larceny; six j
months In jail.
Lee Edwards, colored, larceny; nine
months In jail.
SERMONS ON TEMPERANCE*
MINISTERS R E Q LEST F. !"> TO
PREACH ON THE WORLD'S DAY.
The Norfolk Union of the W. C. T. U*.
met at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday, with
the president. Mrs. U. IL Jones, in the
chair and Mrs. Hayes as secretary.
Arrangements were made to hold an
interdenominational Sunday school
tea, hers' meeting on Thursday night,
November 22d, In view of the follow?
ing Sunday being the world's temper
nrice day. All the ministers of Hie city
will l>e requested to preach one tem?
pera lice sermon on that day.
Arrangements were made for the dis?
tribution of literature, among the va?
rious Protestant churches of lite city,
on the benefits ?t ,n'' U8e ?t unfer
; mcup'it wine at the communion.
Tho Now R or; i me tit Band.
The Seventy-first Regiment Band,
recently organized in this city, is ex?
pected to make its first public appear?
ance early next month. The members
met for practice in Armory Hall last
night and were introduced to Professor
Facenda, who has been engaged as di?
rector, Professor Facenda is a skilled
musician, ami has been connected with
several notable bands, lie is equally
good as a soloist and as a leader. His
players were highly pleased with his
work last night, and it Is not too much
to say thai Facenda was pleased with
the material in his band, as the play?
ers almost without exception are vet?
eran bandsmen. There are now eigh?
teen in Hie organization, but it is ex?
pected that the membership will be in?
creased to 22.
The sermon which was to have been
preached by Rev. Dr. W. J. Young be?
fore the Norfolk City Mission Hoard
at Epworth Church Friday rtlght, on
"The Cities of Christendom the Key to
t hi* World's Redemption," has been
postponed on account of Dr. Young be?
ing unable to till the appointment? on
the date named.
A HARD WORKED.
OlIO of the "Klus?" id the \ Olist.
Mrs. L. S. King, of Concord, Ca!., i
siate organize*? ami lecturer tor the w.
<'. T. U. of California. She had. been
carrying on her work without uslhg
proper f?od to sustain her body, and
says: "Before I found Grnpe-Nut* food
1 was suffering seriously With Indiges?
tion and my mind had become sin ;-'1 li
and dull, the memory being very miii .:
"Hear(ng of Grape-Nuts as a food for
rebuilding and strengthening the bi dn
and nerve centres, I began ?s use. in
two months I have gained four pounds
in weight, never felt bettei in ini* li:'
and lind a most remarkable lin'provK
mont in my memory and rnOntnl ac?
tivity. 1 never stood the fatigue aaj
pressure of work ns well as l do n iw,
A short time ago I went to a new coun?
ty, worked twenty-two days, almost
day and night,.without rest, and came
home feeling tine. You may be sure I
take Grape-Nuts food with me so that
I may depend upon having It."
DUCHEMlN'S VAUDEVILLE. |
A very agreeable surprise was afford- J
ed those who witnessed the perform
ances at the Academy of Mus I ycstcr- j
day, maUnee and night. The rform- :
a nee given by tlie company, which had
been billed us Ducbemln's1 Vaudeville
Novelties, merited a much larger audi
once titan was present, and those pres?
ent thoroughly enjoyed (1tern elves,
manifesting their appreciation by frc
quent and liberal applause. Each num?
ber on the bill was worth seeing and
several of the teams rank at or near
the top In their respective specialties.
At AT HE WS AND BULGER
Any manager will tell you that the
great fault of the tarn- comedy is
that, after starting out In n lively
manner, it runs Into a variety and
does not sustain the Interest. This
year Mathows and Bulger, who appear
at the Academy Saturday, matinee and
night, claim to have a play vvhtcli r< -
verses the usual rule. Tin- man tge
mcnt state that the Orst act Is mod?
erately funny; the second act is very
fUnrty; und tlte third act I one long
howl of laughter. It would be a
screaming success without any spe?
cialties, so the specialties are merely '
put in for good measure. Sale
commences this morning. Price .
to $1. Matinee. COc.
Miss Hille Cdrdoza, daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. Walter Cttrdoza, of West
Brambleton avenue, anil Mr. Charles
A. Duncan, of 827 Tunsla.ll avenue,
were united in the bond! ol h< Ij
lock In Elizabeth City Monduy. The
happy couple have return
Ml.-s Rebekdh c. Hammock, No. 212
Lovltt avenue, celebrated her seven?
teenth anniversary at her home lust
night, when there was a large gather?
ing of her young friendk to enjoy the
festivities of the occasion and to con?
gratulate her upon tie- hnppj event.
A W H 0 LE_V ILL AG I:
Attacked by Grip?One Family fcs.
-capes by Using- Po-ru-m.
Winona, Sr.vr.k'Co., Ind.
During the winter I nnd my fam?
ily of six were taken with la grippe.
The disease was very prevalent at that
tims in the village where 1 residod,
nearly everyone being sick with il.
Our doctors treated it as best they could,
but wore very unsuccessful In tin' treat?
ment of it. As soon as my family were
taken sick I went to the drugstore ami
bought six bottles of Pe-ru-ua, and wo
all took It according to Lho directions
given on the bottlo; and although our
casoB seemed to be more thau usually
violent in tho outset, yet our recovery
was prompt, and we were all well much
sooner than tho?o who wero treated by
the regular physicians.
Many people died of this in grippe dur?
ing this epidemic, and few if any, wero
sie.k so short a time ns myself nnd
family. After w* were nil well wo had
ouo bottlo of Po-ra-na left.
C. T. Hatflold.
Bend fur a free copy of "Winter Ca?
tarrh." This book contains a lecture by
Dr. Hartman on la grippe which hut
attracted wide attention and has been
reported In lraditif? papers. Address Dr,
Hartman, Columbus, Ohio.
noi i nj^
Emaciated, Pale and Badly
Run Down by Catarrh !
1113 IS ENTIRELY WELL NOW
Mr. Gorley says:
I WAS BADLY. run DOWN LAST
SPRING AND SUMMER BY OA
TARflR of tin- nose throat and stomaeli.
1 WAS Si) PALE THAT MY C< ?
PLEXION WAS JUST THE COLOR OF
WHITE WAX and ANYONE t<u i n
TELL just BY LOOKING at
THAT I WAS A VERY SICK MAN. At
that time I Was employed as a Irnvi
salesman and 1 consulted many physi?
cians in the various cities I vi~-.t. d
MORE THAN A DOZEN DOCTORS in
Danville, Lynclibnrg. Slannton; Cumber?
land, M.I . and Norfolk. TltlKn ', 11
SKILL ?'N MY CASE .BUT 1 ONI.)
WENT FROM BAD to \\ " I.
PAID out OVER A HUNDRED
da.RS IN fees but WITHOl T Bl
l-'IT. They did cut Keerq to knew -
tilled me or what to do to rcinedj
trouble. If I had been staylnu i:. \.
folk I would have consulted Dili FIRKV
at once, but beiri? on*the road ! tried
others and did not uo 10 bitn until i
H\D GIVEN UP ALI. Ilul'i; OF ...
ting RELIEF ELSEWHERE
DER DR; FIREYS TREATMENT 1
BEGAN TO IMPROVE AT ONCI
l?ltl ?ORKSSED S I BADILY c ?'
NoW after a couple of "month , r,
incut. I FEEL AS WELL as 1 kvi
IMP IN MY LIFE; I have knov 1
FIR BY teil years and know ijtjft )i, i
a skdltul physician and conscientious
man. whom it nives m? pleasure to
recommend to those n. Ming bi.s Services
A. 1.. gori.ey;
410 Clay Avenue. Brambleton?now
emplo>cd at the Navy Yard.
Rooms 3 and 4 No 37-1 Main stiert, ovi :
??Tlte Hub.'' Specialties?CATARRH aa.:
all diseases of i-:>e, Kar, Nose, Throat,
Chest and Stomach.
Hours, a. m. to 1: SO p. m.;'2 p. m. t<.
'i p m. Sunday hout l'?.:!K? a. in. to IL 30
p. in. Tuesday niRht. Thursday night and
Saturday night, J;i$ p, ni. to 8:13 p. m.
CONSULTATION; ALWAYS free
Medicines furntshed. Terms moderate.
Eyes oxumlneil for n-J+zaa free vt
LET US REPAIR YOUR OLD TRUNK,
WE'LL MAKE IT A3 GOOD AS NEW.
Here's some rare bargains.
runks, Bags and Suit Cases
at greatly reduced prices.
CO 00 ? ' nttemen's Fine 1
J)O.O.j !' linen lined with
OfJn Pel" Ladies' Genuine Allgator and Seal Pocket Hooks and Com
WVU blnation t'ard Cases?worth 75c.
(j /. "7 r For Bxtra Fine Trunk?covered with heavy call duck?steel
j)?j< / j} i . ltd clamps?full linen lined?worth $,.C0.
For Fine Canvass Covered Trunks?with best brass trlm
niado to soil (or JO.SO? It's wonderful value for J3.95.
For Splendidly Made Press Suit Cases?In several sizes and
l?worth $250? they won't last long for Jl.lt.
For Ladles' or Gentlemen's Real Leather Traveling Bags?
al tther lined and usually sold every where for $3.50? for
a few days only at J'.'.Sl'.
For 1 and Gentlemen's Pocket Books and Card Cases,
wli w regularly sell tor 50c.?and they're worth every cent
Dress Suit Ca ?es?made of real solo
best brass trimmings?actually
Steiger's Trunk & Bag Factory,
249 Main Street. Phone 14 14.
The Overcoat Pensen has opened
it)) hero in dead earnest ?there never
has been as many Overcoats sold
In any :ix days as wtro sold Friday
-Saturday and Yesterday?there has
been more Overcoat business trans?
acted In these three da: ? than were
ever known In the existence of the
store?the reason III self-evident--!
these Overcoats arc known far and
wide to contain mere ai tual value
mere nobby dress nppcarancc?more
solid comfort more genuine style
more, accurate lilting and mere sub?
stantial good tailoring than can bo
had at any other place?the people
are not slow to catch on to the ad?
vantageous Inducements'made pos
ilble at ibis great Manufacturing
'lotllillg house?they know of the
tttertlng worth and v.ilue of the ma?
tt rials kept on sale?they know that
Overcoats bearing a Burk lab?l are
of that high .standard of merit that
an be relied on In every particular
mid ihcy furthermore know that
llll .ime label guarantees them
from loss, tluu In every respect u
l.urk label on?the back of a gnr
nii at is an endorsement as good for
face value as a government bond
there are many oxtraodrlnary price
Inducements on sale here?qualities
superior?workmanship better ami
pi ices lower than can be had at
other places, notwithstanding the
peculiar conditions and pre-concoct
d mi asiires adapted to impress up?
on the minds of the publta that
their wares are sohl at a Mg saerl
llco when all that the prices charged
are fully more than the worth of
tin- goods, character and conditions
properl) consider! d.
Four Big Bargain Leaaers To=Dau?
fflen's ai Young man's Fasmoname Ovsrcoats
The Itlg ."tore with Its enormous big stock of Overcoats and Top
Co m.-- for Men and Young Men quotes some extraordinary big values on
four big ral ol ?y?rc?iits consisting of all sizes for Men and Voting
Men?the line'con 1st: ol long and short Box Overcoats?In light?modi
urn?dark niid Oxford mixtures?also knee length overcoat* of all sorts of
dressy fabrl : ? ? rlety of lief tu suitable to most any kind of Over?
coat llOtloi ( everts ? ChJoviotS?Meltons? Tweeds ? Worsteds?
Venetians Dl Serges and .Thibels?cut?made and trimmed In
the lop nob Ii "i Tailoring Kashton?here are Overcoats that u<> tailor
thai . ?: tailor work equal to their eiiual would not nor could
not duplicate such well made? well finished and correct Utting Over?
coats at anything shorter than double the bargain price here and at
that wo i i My fall short of producing the style aad the pretty
shape clr.n : to Overcoats built in the Burk Tailor shops- As a
matter oi coi i ic you can get them here at (12.50, (15.00. IIS.00, $20.00, $25.00
and $30 00 aad more il you want them and every one ot them an excel?
lent worth and value but wa refer those special values on sale to?
day ns ? ?. il big Inducements and well worth while to make a se?
lection qul< k ii ( >rc the sizes arc picked over.
252-254 Main St.
8-io o/lllantic St.
I 5 Big
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T?LL M T.N.
-de perfectly tnlloi '
can be perfecti\
6.50 to $30.
ntert or your money returned.
ZllT Aloin ?*l t
We close at 7 p. m., Saturday's ExccptcJ.
S. S. PHONE 661.