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CHANGES IN THE GABINE1
Colonel New Slated to Succeed
Cortelp as Postmaster
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CHAIRMAN
Secretary of Navy Bonaparte is to be
Advanced to the Responsible Post
as Head of the Department of Jus?
tice Vice Mr. Moody.
i (Ry Associated Proas.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.?George B.
Ooftelyou, now Postmaster General,
will succeed Leslie M. Shaw as Sec?
retary of the Treasury when Mr.
Shaw resigns from the Cabinet on
February 1, unless all present Indica?
? Colonel Harry S. New, of Indiana,
may succeed George R. Corlolyou
when the latter gives up the office <if
Postmaster General In accept the
Treasury portfolio. It Is Haid thai
1be President Is considering Now,
who once rernsod to accept the place
of First Assistant Postumster Gener?
New Is vice chairman of the Repub?
lican National Committee, lie has
frequently been a guest at the White
Charles .7. llonnnnrle, now Secre?
tary of the Navy, will succeed William
H. Moody as Attorney General as soon
at? Mr. Moody resigns from the Cabi?
net, which Will bo early this winter.
Victor U. Metcalf, now Secretary of
Coinmereo and Labor, will succeed
Mr. Donnparto as Secretary of the
Navy ns soon as Mr. Doha
parte assumes the portfolio of
.Tust tee, and a' new man whose
name hnH not yet been mentioned
will succeed Mr. Metcalf as Secre?
tary of Commerce nml Labor.
M. SARRIEN MAY RESIGN.
Belief That M. Clemenceau Will be
Chosen French Premier.
PARIS. Oct. 18.?Preniter Sarrten,
according to information received
from n trustworthy source, has in?
formed President Fallleres that he
has not sufficient physical strength
to retain the prom'" >>-hip, his physi?
cian having declare', that continuance
in office would endanger his health.
The Prosldont, however, insisted
that the Premier reconsider his decis?
ion, and numbers of his friends have
urged him to remain In office. M.
p">lwn has decided not to announce
jsignntlon yet. hut it is the firm
ion in well Informed circles
v^^will give up his portfolio at
>h"t meeting next Friday.
_ /Iclans are now forecasting the
;.^jV*lo composition of a new minis
.Jrap It Is considered practically cor
;jg?2m that President Fallleres will re
Jsruost M. Clemenceau, the Minister of
..^he Interior, to lake the nromlershlp.
W This move prohnbly would lead to a
' redistribution of the other portfolios,
Laundry Burned; Loss $12,000.
SALISBURY, N. C Oct. IS.?The
Salisbury stoain laundry. Including
building nnd machinery, valued at
SI2.000, was burned early this morn?
On the Gridiron.
fRv Associated Press.)
At Raleigh. N. C?
Agricultural and Mechanical Col?
lege. 44; William and Mary, 0.
Exhibition Rare Old Engravings
At AI. H. Lash's, Washington avenue.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Col?
lection could not be duplicated.
WASEO IS HERE.
WHAT IS WASEO?
SEE PAGE SIX
228-230 28th St.
$2.00 and $2.50
Cafe open from 8 a. m.
to 12 p. m.
and Game in Season.
R. L. Madison,
FUNERAL OF REV. JONES.
Services Held In His Home Town
?Body Taken to Atlanta.
(By Associated Press.)
CARTHRSVIl.LK. (JA., Oct. 18.?
in the presence of a largo congrega?
tion Impressive funeral services were
held iliis afternoon over the body of
Rev. Sam P. .tones, the evangelist, in
tlio Slim Jones Tabernacle hero. Blah
op C. M. Galloway, of Mississippi,
presided and was assisted by many
Tho body will bo taken to Atlanta
tomorrow, where ii will lie in state
in Hie State eapitol until afternoon,
when it will be placed in a receiving
vault to remain in the Jones vault
.AMERICAN THE LONE BANDIT.
Berlin Police Learns Identity of Bold
(Bv Associated Press.)
HAMBURG, GERMANY, Oct. 18.?
Tho Fremdenblatt, today says the
Hamburg police have identified the
swindler, whose during robbery at Co.
epenick. on October Hi. as thrown all
flermany into laughter is one, Adolf
Miliner, against whom the police here
have pror.i of numerous crimes.
Miliner was born in the United
States. His father is a German bus?
WEDS ANOTHER ON BRIDAL EVE.
Young M?.n Dcscrtr. Hi6 Fiance Few
Days Before Time For Ceremony.
(By Associated Press.)
ANSONfA, CONN'., Oct. IS.?Miss
May Halse was wooed and won by
Henry w. Starkweather, and the wed?
ding was lo have taken place this
month. Her 'trousseau was prepared,
and the friends of the young couple
looked, forward to the happy event.
Mr. Starkweather obtained a posi?
tion In Mlddletown two weeks ago,
and Miss liaise and the mother of the
young mail went to that city to make
their home. Last week young Stark?
weather' came to Ansonia and an?
nounced itint he could not marry
It was learned today that he bad
married Miss Mahle Ives, of Now
Haven, on October li. and. they are
now spending their honeymoon lit
Vermont, while Miss Halse is pros?
trated at the home of her parents.
I request the honor of n call from
you, it will be my pleasure to favor
yon In every branch of the business.
Will treat the scalp or curl your hair
free for ono month with every sham?
Miss Ethel Irvine,
H. O. NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESSING
20.1 27th St. Newport News, Vn.
A Young Lady or Girl,
Who wishes steady employment, with pleasant surroundings,
easy work, earning $6.00 to $10.00 weekly, can do so by applying
today. Learners paid while under Instructions.
Newport News Branch
American Tobacco Co.,
84th St. and Virginia Avenue 9 20 3m
SILVER and CUT GLASS
Pine heavy Silver and Rich Cut Glnss arc
universally regarded as the
WEDDING PRESENTS IDEAL
In these wares there Is beauty, value and
You can always find at this store one of
the largest and choicest selections in the
city at very moderate prices.
J. J. PALMER'S SONS,
2606 Washington Avenue.
Hi XSTABLISUBP 1893 BOB
WOMEN IN CONVENTION
Temperance Advocates are Holl?
ing Meeting In Boston.
TO MEMORIALIZE THE PRESIDENT
Delegates Demand That the United
States and England Take Concerted
Action to Prevent Liquor Being
Sold to Uncivilized Peoples.
(lly Associated Press.')
BOSTON. Oct. IS.?Much business
was cleared up at the first day's for
mal sessions of tho Triennial Conven?
tion of the World's Woman's Chris?
tian Temperance Union in tills city.
Th? delegates met in Tiomont Tem?
ple, which was crowded throughout,
The welcome of State and City was
extended by Governor Guild and May?
or Filxgerald. Mrs. Lilian M. N.
Stevens of Portland, Mo., ytce-presj
tlenl nt large, of tho World's Union,
presided. The remainder of tho day
was given over largely to the presen?
tation of tho greetings from other or?
ganizations and to the introduction of
the lending representatives of many
countries at the convention.
A resolution asking President
Roosevelt and Secretary of State
Hoot to renew the suggestion former?
ly made by tho President and the late
Secretary Hay. that Great Britain nnd
the United States unite in presenting
to other nations a treaty to forbid Ute
sale of opium or Intoxicating liquors
to uncivilized nations, was unanimous?
Late this ofterpoon, the government
tendered Hie delegates a reception at
the State House, and the mayor ten?
dered (Item a ten at the Ford Build?
ing. This evening there was n public
meeting In Tremont Temple.
M'GARRY BEATS SULLIVAN.
Fight Brought to an End in Fourth
fBv Associated P'-os<? 1
BALTIMORE, MD., Oct. 18.?Amby
McGarry, of New York, tonight
knocked nut Kid Sullivan of Washing?
ton, In Hie fourth round of what win
scheduled as a fifteen round bout be
fore the Eureka Athletic Club.
The blow thai ended the fight land
cd on Sullivan's jaw about the middle
of the round and there after the ref?
eree. Bert Crowhnrst, worked bard 'o
separate the men. for Sullivan held on
desperately and repeatedly, endeavor?
ing to recover himself.
McGarry was after htm, however,
and rained blows that, about fifteen
seconds before the bell would have
come to Sullivan's relief, sent him to
the floor while Referee Crowhnrst
counted off the ten seconds that made i
the fight the New Yorker's.
RUNNING WATER RUNS WELL.
Ramapo Handicap Won by This
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK. Oct. is.?Running
Water, the heavily played favorite, at
7 to 5, won the Ramapo handicap for
three year olds, one mile and a fur?
long at Belmont Park today.
Hot T>>ddy set a fast pnee and was
leading by two lengths at tlie turn.
In the stretch Miller brought the fa?
vorite up and catching Hot Toddy in
the final furlong, won by one and a
half lengths. The time, 1:51 4-5 is a
T. S. Martin won the Harbor Hill
Cup steeple chase by three lengths
after making the pace all the way.
PYTHIANS ELECT OFFICERS.
Supreme Lodge Holds Its Meeting in
(Bv Associated Press.)
NEW ORLEANS. LA.. Oct. IS.?The
Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythln*.
today elected tho following officers:
Supreme-chancellor? Charles A.
Barnes. Jacksonville, Ills.
Brown, Cleburne. Texas.
Supreme prelate?Ix;o A. Caro,
Grand Rapids. Mich.
Supreme keeper of records and seal
?R. L. White. Nashville, Tenn.
Supreme master of exchequer?
Thomas D. Meares, Wilmington, N
THREE HELD FOR MURDER.
Members of Hargls Faction Charged
With Killinp Dr. Cox.
LEXINGTON, KY., Oct. 18.?In?
dictments were returned, by the
Breathitt County 'grand jury today
against Elbert Hargls. John Smith,
and John Aimer, charging them with
the murder of Dr. D. B. Cox. four
years ago. Dr. Cox was shot from
ambush because he was a friend
and adviser of the Cockrills, who
were in a feud with the Hargls
Judge James Hargis, the hoaf
of the Hargis faction, bad already
been < Indicted and is under bond
to appear for trial.
FIRE ON COTTON 8HIP.
Marthara Saved from Destruction by
(By Associated Press.)
WILMINGTON. N. C. Oct. 18 ?
Eire was discovered among 13.100
bales of cotton abroad the British
steamer Marthara, here today. With
j the aid of the local fire department
.and the pumps of the compress, the
I fire was extinguished. About inn
I bales of the scorched cotton has been
! removed. It tu yet impossible to es
'timate the damage, the greatest bolng
BIG LAND-OWNER DEAD.
Englishman Held 196,000 Acres In
the United States.
HLOO.MINGTON. IbLS.:, Oct. 18.?
A cable t;> Ferdinand Trupp, an?
notiuces the nratb of Lord Wtllluni
Scully, in London England. He hell
Itl.OOD acres of land in Central Illi?
nois; (?U,?0<l In Nebraska. 50,000 III
Kansas and 40,000 In Missouri, Ho
owned a bouse in Washington, I). C,
ami had lately become naturalized.
Mr. Trapp was his American agent.
Estate Worth $50,000,000.
LINCOLN. ILLS., Oct. 18.?William
Scully, formerly Lord Scully, of Lon?
don, ISnglaud. died In il?ndou yester?
day afternoon, lie was a peer until
MOO, when he became a citizen of the
United States, and settled In Wash?
ington, l) (' His fortune is estimat?
ed at a boil I $50,000,000, Including
200,000 acres of land in Illinois. Kau
sas and Nebraska. His Brat land
was bought in Logan, Livingston and
Sangainoii counties this State, and
the remainder in Kansas and Nohras
William Scully was the son of Den?
is Scully, prominent in the Irish
emancipation cause and the first Irish
student in 200 years to he admitted
Trinity College, Cum bridge, lie
studied law in a Dublin office. Upon
the passage of the corn law in lSIO.
he sold his estate and coming to Il?
linois, travelling over the country on
horseback, he commenced to invest
in laud and continued to acquire
properly to Tee time of his death, lie
leaves two sons in Washington, D. ('..
where the body will bo brought for
UNCLAIMED BANK DEPOSITS.
More Than $100.000 Has Been Accu
mulated in New Jersey Since 1052.
TRE'NT?N, N. J. Oct. IS.? Reports
filed with the State authorities show
that in seventeen of 1 he twenty-six
savings banks of New Jersey there
are unclaimed deposits amounting to
Some of it has been In the banks
since 1S.VJ, ami Iho amount is stead?
ily increasing by the accumulation of
interest. Tile largest suui is in Hie
name of John Caylu, in the Provi
dnnl Institution for Savings. Jersey
City, the aggregate at this time be?
D ander ine
GREW THBS HASH-.
And wo can
MRS. ANNIE E. 6HEEHAN,
Weir City, Kanjai.
Ton must remember that falling balr and
daudrufT am signs o( decay, or a diseased con?
dition of the scalp, and you must not delay
treatment. To do so Elmply means more loss o(
hair, end a greater Impoverished scalp, and
finally no tiair. Tlio wise, thing to do Is to cor?
rect It In t ho start. Dnnderloo works wonders
In all such cases. It will quickly regenerate tho
enfeebled tissues, and make your hair grow
more beautiful than It ever was. NOW stall
25 c, 50c. ana $1.00 per bottle.
EKOWLTOM DAM.)JUKI.M; CO.. Chicago,
ABSOLUTELY PURE WHISKEY.
Physicians and others desiring at.
excellent artlclo are respectively re?
quested to give this whiskey a trial
on my guarantee. Mellowed by age.
B. R. coff.r, Sole Agent.
21 Hi Struei, near Washington Avenue.
II? I'.lff it for unnatural
Irritation! or ulc?r?tlonf
of muci/u? ni?tnbr?n?v.
!rr?mu rutmlM. PalnlMf, ?ml oot ?sinn
THEtVUHCHIMICUCO. gtai or potwnocit.
C S.A. V or lent lo pl?ln *r?p*t,
b? ??pr?M, prepaid, tot
Ml .00. or t botilra II71
Circa.'?r wst a? NuW.
_ BCBEI _
'lllUl d ?1
?ot I. mUlart.
Why these classified advertise?
ments pay the people who art wise
enough to place them In THE DAILY
PRESS. This page Is read from top j
I to bottom. It Is one of the most
Interesting parts of the paper, for j
?ohA^ tne simple reason that It shows In a i&Jtf
5k|8 measure the wants of the people; w&Si
shows business Investments that yield
much to the advertiser as well as the
reader. Have you one today? If not
you have missed an opportunity to
start the foundation of what might
be your success In the business
CS>ne <?*nt a IMorfc*
31 one Hess QTIi.au <Tmenltj-3rtue Cents.
\V A N T 13 I) ? GOOD INSURANCE
agent by Obi Lino company, $T."i
debit. Address In own bund writ?
ing, giving uro and reference, "In?
surance,care Daily Press. 10-19-lt.
WANTED?THE TRADE TO SEE
our large assortment of horse blank?
ets, robes, etc. MILLER & GLEA
SON, Twenty-eighth street. 10-12-tf
WANTED?A WHITE BARBER;
good wages. O. A. SNIPES. Rocky
Mount, N. C. 10-ll-8t
WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
1 am again in the unction business,
and being the only licensed auction?
eer in the city. I am now in a posi?
tion to do all kinds of auctioneering.
Your patronage solicited. Terms
moderote. W. J. PURYEAR. Auc?
tioneer. . Office 2509 Huntington
WANTED ? CLOTHES OP ANY
kind or description to be cleaned,
pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or
repaired. Work the beat. Prices
the lowest; satisfaction guaranteed
THE HUB CLEANING & PRESS?
ING CO., 211 33rd St. Cltz. 'Phone,
328. J. H. WHEELER. Prop.
ACTIVE MAN WANTED TO ADVER
Use, exhibit goods and manage
branch of large Mail Order House.
Snlary $18 per week; expenses paid.
Permnnent position with advance?
ment. Honesty more essential than
experience. NATIONAL CO.. 720
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
DRAFTSMEN IN DEMAND.
TtlOCAllfOF competent draftsmen N particularly
MnniK. To any m m uf utdlii > nml rxi*rK?itcc In ihM
lino we can nrTri ROMtl very attractive im-ltliiiiK al
- - t. s ii.i Wlili OtllcM III n CtttoH wo alwayshnv..
??iH^iiims list*>d fi>r luiiMlrt'iiH of capable men ami ran
help yoUtUt technical ;:i.i'lnui> t<> |nisitlnn*? In which
thf.v mtir vain cxixTlfiit'c nml cam niphl advance*
iiu ut. write in? tuiiuy btatiiiK axnorlvncu fully.
HAPOOODS (Inc.) Brain Brokers.
1212 Ccnactweilth Trust Bids.. Philadelphia
for open shop. Eight hours. $3.50
per day; steady work; free transpor?
W. H. WARD.
Post Office Box 1380, New York City.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?BETWEEN MYERS BROTH
ers store and the Health Food B tk
cry, on Wednesday, a gold breast?
pin; with clover enamel leaf, In
which was a pearl. Reward If >e
titrned to Daily Press office. It.
FOR SALE?NEW LARGE SIZE
talking machine and one dozen 10
inch records, only $30.50; former
price $50.00. THE GEO. D. HAAU'
TON PIANO CO., 210 28th St.
FOR SALE?SPLENDID SLATE
roof dwelling, 9 rooms and all con?
veniences, in excellent condition;
$1.700; $550 cash, balance $12.07
monthly. You must see this place.
SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO., INC.
FOR SALE?ONE SECOND-HAND
organ, one large and one small beat?
ing stove, and one leather top
lounge, cheap for cash. For Infor?
mation, call at the Daily Press Of?
fice after 3 p. m., or address "23"
care Dally Press. 14-10-3L
W. E. ROUSE, FOR GOOD SERVICE
and fine hacks, 234-236 Twenty-fifth
street. 'Phonos. 51.
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS
for; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phones
Boll. No's. 401 and 135. Cltz.. No. 12.
WASCO IS HERB.
SEE PAGE SIX.
KOR KENT?ONE LARGE FRONT
room with alcove, southern expos?
ure. 3200 West. Ave. 10-10-11
FOR RENT?BOARD AND FRONT
room for couple or two gentlemen.
Apply 3202 West Ave. 10-17-Gt
FOR RENT ? ONE TEN-ROOM
dwelling; all modern conveniences.
133 Thirty-first street. Apply at
TILGHMAN'S GROCERY STORE.
LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL
parts of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO., Hotel Warwick hittldlng.
FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED
front room, on third floor, southern
exposure, heated. 127 Thirty-first
CANARY BIRDS, ST. ANDRES
hurg Rollers, fine trained singers;
Hartz Mountain Canaries, good
singers, guaranteed; Purity Brand
Bird Seed, Gold Fish and Globes.
G. ALBERT LENZ, 2502 Jefferson
Ave., next. Jefferson Rank. tf.
A. B. ABBITT, WHOLESALE- GRO
cer, tobacco, etc. Hay, grain anu
Ask you grocer for Van Camp's Corn,
10c; Van Camp's Peas, 15c.
BLUE PRINTING AND TRACING?
Guy P. Murray, 829 28th St., City.
DESIRE TO IMPART TO THE PUB
lice that we have removed to south?
east corner of Washington avenue
and Thirty-fifth streeL UNION
LIQUOR SUPPLY CO., DAVID LEF
KOWITCH, Proprietor. 9-25-lm
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF $50
to $1,000, per cent. Merchants-Me?
chanics Savings Asociation, Allan
D. Jones, Secretary and Attorney.
First National Bank Building.
The best and cheapest. See us about
connecting your building.
Rate, 10c per 1.000 watts, subject to
our usual terms and discounts.
PURE ICE MADE OF DISTILLED1
Power house and plant, Twenty
fifth Street and Virginia Avenue. Of?
fice, Thirty-first and Washington Ave.
Both 'phones, No. 15. Night 'phone,
No. 408. Citizens.
CITIZENS9 RAILWAY, LIGHT
AND POWER COMPANY
I ?PURE? ?
I Whiskies, Wines \
\ & Liquors. \
In bulk for Family use or on ^
tap. Always carries in stock
the best the market affords.
Mug let's Cafe
? 3312 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
; Bell 'Phone, 67.
JEWELERS AND EYE
58 Oranby Street, Norfolk, Va.