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BANFF, THE BEAUTIFUL
Resort Hlgti up In Ruckles Is an
SURROUNDED BY VIRGIN FORESTS
In Short Distance From the Thriving
Community There Ig Good Huntinn.
and Fishing?Fine Coal Mines At?
tract Hardy Workmen.
Tho oxnltnni thrill of n now ills
covory tills y ur breast when, nftor
1wo days of fruitless searching the
western hoiiy.oii, the Rocky Mount
iilus rise lor the llrat time on your
Froth Cnlgnry, nestled on the plains
th?< roil to H?H along the hanks of
(lie How River until the mountains
rlt:e like an impassible harrier before
you I lien the trull) suddenly plunges
Into a deep gorge cut through the
granite lauge by the prehistoric gla?
cier; whose course Is now followed
by I he river.
A .short twenty miles from tie
edge of the plains lands you deep
In the .tintalns. I lere, in a little
valley surrounded by peaks I o.no.)
foot high, you will IIlid "Hann', the
IJeailllflll." II ted already for the ox
epihdte character of Iis scenery ami
destined to become famous for Its
mnguMlce!:;. hotels ami splendid
The Canadian government, recog?
nizing .be beauty of tin- valley, an I
the value of the splendid hot springs
ihul gush from tho north side of
Sulphur Mountain, lias already estab?
lished herb a iiingnillcont nations'.I
park, twenty-six tuIlos long by leu
miles wide, which Includes within
it's borders not only the valley bin
all the Important peaks that sur?
I'an If Is, llrsl of all. a place far
rem and leisure. The view from
the hotels on the side of the moun?
tain.; is one of I he lines! afforded by
any resort in the world, .lust below,
'Mow River dashes over the fo.it of
yTuunol Mountain in a scries of beau
j tirul lall.-:. From Hie south or the
/ Spray River noted for Its line (lHhlllg
and the extraordinary si'/e of Its
trout, comes tumbling down to join
tin- How. while the united river,
die |i eastward toward llto plains.
On\lho right rises the peak of Run
<lle ^Mountain, while eastward, beyond
the Irl vor, rise the snowy peaks of
the I Fillrholmo Range.
Tie really refreshing and health
giviflg bulliH are no small ill tract ion
anilBlti addition to the private swim
nilifl pools there are several nature's
owB-otir beneath a dome-shaped
,j^sve and another, a natural basin,
.irdied out of tho solid rock, a sort
,<t di vil's washbowl. Into which a
large spring ponr.s Hs Htreniulng
(Sood roads and oxcelloni Irnllj
prepared by the government, run
In every direction and many delight?
ful excursions an- possible. One of
i In- liebst excursions '?; a twelve
mile drive noiill HC' .; the Row
River and around the toot of Cascade
.Mountain, down whose granite sides
bang waterfalls of mist and spray,
teil by the m I mit uro glaciers that
lie hidden in I he vast seams and
chasms of Its peak. The road leads
along the side of the Ruffnld Rang ? |
where the Canadian government
maintains one of the largest remain?
ing herd of American bison.
At the fpol of Cascade Mountain
large anthrlcite coal beds have been
found ami n nourishing town is grow?
ing up about tin- mine. For a long
way the road skirts the edge of the
prccipluous valley of the Cascade,
another glacial river that empties
into the itow. and ?while the driving
is perfectly safe, it appears sufficient?
ly dangerous to satisfy any ordinary
seeker after excitement or wild scen?
A short distance above the mining
camp the valley contracts into a
beautiful gorge so narrow that tho
crossing is male from one rocky
edge to the other on a rustic bridge
of native (i ni bora, while tin- river
The end of the drive lands you
at. the little inn overlooking LnKo
?i young babies, soft
j$ ns ii sock und HO
>; WE FIT FEET,
I EISENMAN'S %
S_ _ _ _ _ _ K<
% SHOE PALACE, g
Sp 26th Street & Washington Ave. ^
Mlunownnkn, bettor known, however,
as Devil's lake, noted for the excel
loht ilsh founil in Iis waters. Hero a
I .strain launch will take you beneath
tlir frowning ciiffa of Mount Ingles
mal.lie. nrounil into the valley of tho
(lho.-t Itlvor - a wild region full of
caves and lust rivers which drop
suddenly Into subterranean channels
and leap again to llio light gushing
springs tar below.
The most striking feature <>r Die
drive hack from ttie hike to Danrt
is tho romarkabio facu to be soon
in the rocky outline of Cascade
iMotllltlllll. Tile summit, seen against
I lie evening sky, shows a perfect
?prollle Of Andrew Jackson with his
face upturned to the heavens. Mis
hair, ronchod far above his fore?
head, as soon in tho familiar por?
traits is tho nartho.rn peak of the
mountain, while along its southern
slope Is tile outlines of his high
.forehead and deep-sol eyes, ills Sharp
nose, his I Ida drawn Hps and llrni
chill, all perfectly shown. There ho
lies. Ills nose turned up forever to
the celestial grindstone in disgust
that this, Ids greatest monument,
should he found outside his native
Above the falls of the How the
river widens Into a beautiful lake
which half fills the valley and which
furnishes excellent boating or canoe?
ing ror those who enjoy such sports.
Mountain climbing has not yet be?
come the popular pastime In America
Ibat II is in Kinupe, but if you are
hiking for such strenuous sport
there is no placo where you can
with greater comfort ami ease begin
Its practice than among these mon?
ster hills. For beginners practice
tile easy 11111111' of Tunnel Mountain,
only 1,000 feet above (be hotels, Will
be found to take less than an hour,
after which the excellent trails to
the summit of Sulphur Mountain will
furnish only a half-day's climb for
j even the most inexperienced, while
, the view from its summit easily
I repays all Iho effort necessary to
I reach the top.?Four Track News.
Sousn's Daughter Now "In Society."
Among the interesting debutantes
of the winter is iMIss Helen Sousa.
daughter of John Philip Sousa, "The
j March King." Her formal coming
out was tit- a reception on last
Miss Sotlsa's greatest interest Is
charitable work. At Mrs. J. Hood
Wright's lawn fete two years ago
she impersonated n Japanese girl
Miss Sousa is especially interested
! in Hie Home for Crippled Children.
j ?New York World.
The Boiling Point.
Things have come to a pretty
pass in I'ittsburg when Iho boiler
Inlics it turns out for Govorninpht
warships have no better moral char?
acter than its millionaires.?Chicago
Capita! Dry Goods House.
==zWAShlNGTON AVENUE AT 3?TH STREET=
The Store That Saves You Money.
A Special Bargain in
Misses and Woman's Long Coats
These Coats were received yesterday morn hi?. Thoy arc made
of handsome, largo Ombre Plaid* in llcht greys; loose fitting, srnno
have velvet collars ami turn back cuffs, while for Btylo ami quality
they arc bolter than ihoat $?.f>0 Coals. We offer them, today as n
A Beautiful Collection of
ShovVrtg the most approved winter styles: are now on sale In our
Millinery Department. These Hats are fresh from our work rooms
. and have not been shown before. Prices arc low.
BEST DAY FOR WORKERS!
Government Meat Inspectors J
Have One Holiday a Week.
LAW MIKES THEM WORK AIL TIME!
Ministers Object to Federal Employes
Being Compelled to Labor on Sim
day?Would Stop the Slaughtering
of Animals on First Day.
(Uy Associated I'r'cHs.)
WASHINGTON, l). C, Nov. 21.?
."I want the 2.000 meat Inspectors
I om ploy cd by tlio Department of
Agriculture and located In 1,000 1
packing and slaughter houses to
have one day's rest in seven If I Iiis
,('1111 be accomplished under a proper
administration of the law and will
meet the necessltltes of the public,"
jsaid Secretary Wilson today.
J The secretary says complaints have
reached the department from vari?
ous eilies, some of them from New
York clergymen, against the prac?
tice of slaughtering cattle on Sun?
day which necessitates the presence
o| the inspectors at those places.
The meat inspection law contain;
no prohibition against this practice.
REICHMANN CASE IS STRANGE.
Army Officer Makes Peculiar Clmrycr,
WASHINGTON, .Nov. 21.?Army
ollicers llml inexplicable, if not Inde?
fensible, Hie expressions contained
' in a teller published in the New
I York papers and atlribuWcd to ('apt.
Carl Itelchmoun, Seventeenth Infan?
try, now on duty in Cuba.
That olllcer is made lo say, in
what Is aliened to Ira a private letter
to a friend, that he Is languishing
upon II suspicion of disloyalty be?
cause he is a native of (iormnny and
cannot be trusted by members of Iho
General St?rr for service in that
branch of the army.
There Is much unwillingness to
believe thai Captain Itolchmaun wrote
to any such elf eel, and moat ollicers
are prepared lo anticipate the denial
The Indiscreet publicity will prob?
ably ho made the subject of olllclal
Captain Rolclimnun lias had more
detached duly than any other lino
olllcer of the army, and has been
absent from bis regiment as much as
anyone. He has bad numerous COtl
tideutial tasks. He has not been
selected as a member of the General
Staff for reasons which exclude
many oilier worthy ollicers from
duty with Hint corps.
The menbers of the General staff
do not choose the officers of that
body: (hat is done by a special
hoard of high ranking army officers,
who consider relative merits for this
Captain Koichmnnu's feelings. If
correctly expressed in the published
letter are regarded as siipcraensltlvo.
He has been singularly and notably
trusted with important duties, and
for the most part his military service
has been considered as east in pleas?
ant places, oftentimes inviting the
comment that he received more
agreeable assignments and greater
opportunities for distinction lUinn
most ollicers of the line.
Army ollicers In Washington who
read the letter with amazement say
that Captain Reiclinwinn's statements
that prejudice exists against him in
Hie service because he is a German
INDIAN RAILROAD CHIEF.
I Pleasant Porter, of Creek Nation,
President of New Comoany.
An Indian chieftain as a railroad
president is a rare thing, but that
Is what Pleasant Porter, chief of
the Creeks, is. His railroad is the
Indian Central. It tiled its charter
at Guthrie and is capitalized at
It contemplates the construction
or -160 miles of railroad in Indian
Territory and Oklahoma within the
next two years.
The road begins at. Ponca City
and runs southeast lo Paris, Tex.
with a branch Mae running from
Hie Red River northward to Okla?
homa City. Tlie other corporators
are K. T. Hathaway. EM ward Over
hoisor, William C. Reeves, of Okla?
homa City, and Kdward Hnlsoll, of
The incorporation office will be
in Oklahoma City, but. the construct?
ion office ami the headquarters of the
operating department will probably
be in IVhiskogee, the home of the
The road, according to a prelim?
inary survey, begins at Ponca, In
Kay County, Oklahoma, runs south?
east Into the Osago Nation, crosse.-?
the Midland Valley near Sklatock,
crosses the. OSage Nation's line and
eaters the Cherokee Nation on Hom?
iny Creek, crosses the Santa Fe near
Colllnsvllle and the Missouri Pact fit!
in Clarein'oro, all in Recording Dis?
trict No. 4.
From Claroinoro the road runs due
south, crossing the Arkansas River
near Stoiiebluff, and passing about
half way between Muskogeo and
Der.ths from Appendicitis
decrease In the same ratio that the
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills In?
creases. They save you from danger
and bring quick and painless releaso
from constipation and the Ills grow?
ing out of It. Strength and vigor al?
ways follow their use. Guaranteed
by W. Rlair Langhornc, Druggist, 25c.
No question nhout It. "Waseo"
Flour makes whiter and sweeter
bread, rolls and biscuits. Iusisf. on
getting "Wasco." 11-20-tt
Okmulgee, crosses the Missouri, Kan-1
sns & Texas and Rock island lo I he I
coal hell in the vicinity or McAloStcr,
thence south cast to a point on the
Red River 'opposite Lumur County.
Texas, and then direct to Paris.
The branch line will begin at a
point in Recording District No. 25, in
Iii?. Chocktaw Nation, eighteen miles
north or (ho Red River, and takes
a northwesterly direction will run
direct to Oklahoma city. The main
line from Ponca to Paris is 300 nil lea
and the branch line is 100 miles,
making a total or 4lid miles.
It was stated by Cir.tr vorler to?
day that the road is an independent
line, built for the purpose ot" connect?
ing the Kansas system of the Mis?
souri Pacific witli the Texas system
of the Pacific lines, und to develop
'a territory that hitherto has not been
I reached by any other road. It Is
jundoubtedly curved to run through
one <if tho richest mineral sections
of the new state", it taps tho Oaagc.
Cherokee and Creek oil and gas
Heids, the c ta| mines of the Creek
and Choctaw Nations, ami gets into
the building stone ami timber of the
l Construction of the new road will
begin at three points?one In Ponca,
one in Choctaw Nation and another
somewhere near the middle of the
Hue. The construction is to he of
the very best. Every opening is to
lie bridged with concrete and steel.
The rails will he 1)0 pounds steel.
Tht! grade will be live-eights of I per
cent, which is said to be the best
I grade <>r any line passing through
the live nations.
Many Bridges Needed.
' The heaviest construction will be
the bridge work. There will have
to oe bridges built across the Arkan?
sas in two places, the Vlrdigris.
Deep Fork, North Cork, two Buggies.
Brushy, nine, South Canadian and
.the Red River. In addition there
I will be three tunnels In the t hoc
.ta'w Nation?one l.soti feet long,
another 1.160 ami the third 450 feet.
The officers of this company are
perfectly frank In their statements
as to the conditions of their plans.
They state that the road Is financed
by Eastern people; that there will
be engineers representing the men
who are furnishing the money in the
field at once, who will go over the
prolomlnnry survey, ami that it will
cost $16,000,000 to build the road
ami take two years to complete.
Tbi> prat leal railroad builders who
arc here with Chief 'Porter to-day.
are men who have hull) other rail?
roads In Indian Territory, and they
slate that, the men who are furnish?
ing I he money already have railroad
Interests in the new state?Indian
Territory dispatch to the Baltimore
DEER HOLDS CONDUCTOR ON CAR
One of W. K. Vanderbilfs Herd Has
Some Fun Before Being Shot.
A large buck supposed to have
been chased from 'William K. Van?
derbilfs place, Idle Hour, at Oakdale
Long Island, gave George Powers a
freight conductor on the Long Island
Railroad, an unpleasant hour last
At Idle Hour, when? Mr. Vander
liilt keeps a large herd of deer
shooting is absolutely prohibited, and
gamekeepers are employed to pre?
serve the game. It is thought that
some hunter started a buck on Mr.
Vandcrbilt'8 'place and succeeded in
making him jump the wall that
incloses it- At any rale, the deer,
seeing Powers standing beside two
of his curs, lowered his antlers and
charged him. Ar.mm! tin1 cars led
the unfortunate railroad man. the
buck gaining at every step. Finally
Powers grabbed a handrail and climb
0d to the top of the ear.
The deer proceeded to mount guard
und kept the conductor there until
the hunter crept up and shot his
antlered majesty.?New York Tribune
ATTENTION, NEWPORT NEWS
LODGE, NO. 315, B. P. O. ELKS.
The members of Newport News
Lodge. No. 315, H. P. O. Elks, and
visiting Brothers are notified to be
present at a called meeting of the
Lodge to be held at. the Elks' Home
FRIDAY. NOV. 23. 1900, at 1:15
O'CLOCK, to attend the funeral of
our Into Brother .1. M. Wilson. Mem?
bers are requested to appear with
white gloves ami mourning badges.
B. L. CUNNINGHAM, 10. R.
JOHN B. STONE Secretary.
Members of Newport News Aerie.
No. 550, P. O- Eagles, will assemble
at the Home at :i p. hi. today, Thurs?
day, November 22inst. to attend the
funeral of Uro. J. It. Wakley. Radges
and white gloves.
The members of Warwick Uidge
No. 72. K. of P. are hereby notilie. 1
that Brother J. M. Wilson died in tills
city on Nov. 21. HUM;.
The funeral services will he held
at the residence. No. 218 Twenty
sixth street, Friday afternoon, Nov.
23, at 2 o'clock.
The memboi's of this lodge are re
quired to assemble at the Castle Hall
at. 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon and
attend the funeral in a body.
The interment will be at St. John'.;
R. H. EMMENS,
K. R. & S.
Bv order of
11-22-21. C. J. DESPER, C. C.
OFFICE DEPOT QUARTERMAS?
TER. Newport News, Vn., Novem?
ber 21, lOOti. Sealed proposals in du?
plicate, ?will be received at this of?
fice until 11 A. M. December 3. 1906.
-.at which time and place they will be
'opened in the presence of attending
i bidders for furnishing 2200 Tons of
Hay and 1500 Tons of Oats for ox
I port. Specifications and full details
on request. Proposals should be en
i closed In a sealed envelope, indorsed
j "Proposals for Forage to be opened
December 3, 1906/' and addressed to
I Dejiot Quartermaster. Newport News,
|Va. 21-28,30; 12-1, 3
CASH IN ADVANCE.
ONE CENT A WORD.
Advertisements under classified
heads In this column will be inserted
at the uniform rate of one cent a word'
for each Insertion. No advertisement,
however small, less than 25 cents for
the first Insertion. Cash In advance
Invariably. Special rates made on long'
contracts. Orders for discontinuance
must be made In writing.
WANTED?NEAT. WHITE NURSE
for child ir>. months old. Apply
M Its. A. I). "WALLACE. Gloucester,
i'8t2 WCst. Avc. 11-22-lt.
WANTED?A II ELI ABLE WOMAN
to cook and do general house vvorkj
in small family; must sleep on the'
premises. Q'Ood home and wages. I
:!1>1 Kirty third street. 11 22 2t
WANTED?DO YS BETWEEN THE
ages of 15 and 20. Apply 327 Twen?
ty-eighth street. It.
WANTED?POSITION AS BOOK
keeper, after four o'clock each af?
ternoon. Address W., care Dally
WANTED?BOARDERS, 130 THIR
ty-flrst Street. Modern convenien?
ces. References exchanged. ll-2-3m
WANTED?THE TRADE TO SEE
our large assortment of horse blank?
ets, robes, etc. MILLER & GLEA
SON, Twenty-eighth street. 10-12-tf.
WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
I am again In the auction 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
moderate. W. J. PURYEAR. Auc?
tioneer. Office 2509 Huntington
WANTED ? CLOTHES OF ANT
hind or description to be cleaned,
pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or
repaired. Work the best. Prlio3
the lowest; satisfaction guarantied.
THE HUB CLEANING & PRESS?
ING CO., 211 33rd St. Clti. 'Phone,
328. J. H. WHEELER, Prop.
FOR SALE?TWO GOOD MILCH
cows by L. STONE, 270? Wick ham
FOR SALIC?DESIRABLE LOT ON
Forty-eighth Street, between Hun?
tington and Virginia avenues. East
side, for $100; one hnlf cash, bal?
ance easy. Phone 20, or Young's
Drug Store. Hampton. 11 18-Ut
FOR SALE?ALL THE MUSIC FOR
all the people at the time 7c to 19
cents. THE GEO. D. HAMPTON
PIANO CO., 210 Twenty-eighth St.
FOR SALE?SEVERAL SETS OF
second hand buggy harness, In good
condition. MILLER & GLEASON,
Twenty-eighth Street. 10-3l-tf.
LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL.
parts of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO., Hotel Warwick building.
Twenty-sixth Street ano
Dentistry in all Its branches at
reasonable prices. Gold Crowns and
Bridge Work a Specialty.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITH GAS.
IVINEBURQ BROS. 1
JEWELERS AND EYE
58 Granby Street, Norfolk. Va. %
Baker & Vaughan
BANKERS and BROKERS,
20 Broad Street, New York City.
?Stocks and Bonds.?
FOR RENT?A DESIRABLE 10
room house; ail modern couvcn
lotices, in good order; suitable lor
boarders. Reasonable terras. A.p
ply RICHARD WALKER. Uli?
Washington Ave. ll-20-tf.
FOR RENT?SMALL HOTEL; IP
rooms; 42nd Street; good order,,
vcrv cheap. Apply RICHARD .WAL?
KER. :n02 Washington Ave. 11-20-tI.
FOR RENT?NICE FRONT ROOM,
with heat and light; also two othor
rooms. Apply 218 20th Street.
FOR RENT?TWO OFFICES IN
Schmelz Building; light, beat and
Janitor's service free. Apply
SCHMELZ BROTHERS' BANK.
FOR BENT?NICELY FURNlSHJSDi
front room, ou third floor, southern
exposure, heated. 127 Thirty-first
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furnished; some half price. CUT
PRICE l'APF.R AGENCY, Iliintiii?,
ton-Avelino, Cor. 26th Street.
SUPPER 25c, DINNER 20c, HOT*
lunch 15c, at No. 217 Twenty-fifth
MONEY SAVERS?OUR LOW PRES
sure hollow wire gasoline systems,
are tbe most perfect brilliant llghfe
known. No smoke, no noise andl
so simple a child can operate them.
We have installed hundreds In New.
port News and this state and all are
giving perfect satisfaction, and sav?
ing dollars every day for their
owners. Can be moved, and will
last a life time. Terms: cash or
Installments. L. M. SWEETZER,
mantloR and supplies, 2616 Jefferson
CANARY BIRDS. ST. ANDRES
burg Rollers, fine trained singers;
Hartz Mountain Canaries, good
slngerB, guaranteed; Purity Brand
Bird Seed, Gold Fish and Globes.
G. ALBERT LENZ, 2502 Jefferson
Ave., next Jefferson Bank. tf.
A. B. ABBITT. WH OLES ALE-GRO
cer, tobacco, etc. Hay, grain and
Aslt your grocer for Van Camp's Corn,
10c; Van Camp's Peas, 15c. 10-17-tf.
BLUE PRINTING AND TRACING?
Guy P. Murray. 829 28th St.. City.
Newport News, Virginia,
November 19, 190(1.
The annual meeting of tho Stock?
holders of tbe Newport News Light
& Water Company, for the election
of n president and five Directors, and
for tbe transaction of such other bus?
iness as may properly come before
the meeting, will be held at the office
of Company. Hotel Warwick Building.
Newport News, Va., on Wednesday,
December 5th, 190(1, at 12 o'clock
VAUGHN M. COYNE.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST ? GENTLEMAN'S GOLD
watch between First Presbyterian
church and cemetery Thursday af?
ternoon; Masonic (harm with Ini?
tial **N. C." thereon. Return to
Daily Press office and receive re?
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gold filled wntch, with monogram
E. H R. on back. Return to J. R.
SPRAGUE'S Jewelry Storo and be
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF $60
to $1,000 at 6 per cent. Merchant a
Mechanlcs Savings Association,Allan
D. Jones, Secretary and Attorney.
First National Bank Building.
W. E. ROUSE. FOR GOOD SERVICH
and fine hacks, 234-236 Twenty-fifth
street. 'Phone 51.
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS
fer; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phones.
Bell. Nos. 401 and 135. Cltz., No. 12.
I request the honor of a call from
you. It will be my pleasure to favor
you In every branch of tho business.
Will treat tho scalp or curl your hair
free for one mouth with every sham?
Miss Ethel Irvine,
H. O. NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESSING
203 27th St Newport News, Ya.
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.,
Thirty-fourth street and Virginia Avenue.
? 20 3m.