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LUHE BOY GENEROUS.
?rovidenc?? to Maryland Co?! A
Coko Company In ballast.
Barge Iowa from New Bedford
_ I Co Chesapeake ? Ohio Coal Agency*
??????? I Company in ballast
Would Give $5 Bill for Hillt^ cL^StJ^S^ ?
Agency Company In ballast.
Barge Annie H. Smith from Provi
gggstnV-10 Smokeless Fuel Company
TOOK M?NLY FROM VIOTO
Pupil in City Schools "Swiped" Two
95 Cells, and Wa? Willing to "Whack
Up"? IMVth Good Stuff Given Foi
Poor by Pupils of Schools.
Though ail of the pupils in the city
public si hoots resiKind >d cheerfully
und wvll to itic call for aid for the
poor of ||ka city this week, there 1*
one little tousle .headed boy in lb*
schools who showed an extraordin?r
ly generous spirit, ills intention
apparently were very good, but hi'
Offering uisan the altar of charity wil
not be r?ceived by the needy.
On the ?'ay ?aeefated for the bring
keg of the off rings for the poor t
the school, this little- boy. whoa* natu
i& Withheld, gave his teacher a $
hill. She asked him what the geat
was for and he told her it was fu
tbe iKK>r. The teacher knew that hr
eouid not afford to give so large a
sum and began iiuestioning him a'
to where he got the money. Recetv
Ins Httla satisfaction, she sent for
the boy's sister, who IS a pupil in r
lilgber grade of the same school.
H? ' "Swiped" Both Bills.
The girl said that the money bar
not been given to the boy by hi'
mother and the parent was- notified
Subsequently it developed that th
young'ter. who is'about eight year
old. had taken two bills from hi'
mother's pockcthonk and was anxiou
to "whack up" with his less fortunat
little brothers of Ike city.
There were generous contribution'
from the pupils and a large pikant it
of food stuffs?coffee. tp? x vvr. etc
?is ready for distribute. ^*ong tie
poor of the city anc ' /?'"<' turner*
over to the Assoc^'- /yarlllfa for
the use of that or,. jSjOtiofl in re
lieviug the suffering a&i want of the
unfortunate at Christma? time.
3chco!s Close Tomorrow.
Today will be the last regular schoo'
day before the Christmas holidara
Only a lialf session will be held, to
morrow and there will be bur Ittth
work for the pupils. Tomorrow af
ternoon Christmas celebrations wil
be held In many of the school roomr
and there will be inexpensive present
ror the little tots.
NEWS OF SHIPPING
Steaciel llorgestad t.N'or. I. IIa: aid
Ven. Havana IJcrwInd-Wblte Coal
Steamer Powhatau I Mr.*. Ounstau.
Norfolk and Loodon ?Furiicss. Withy
A- Com.tasy. jjj
St-arner Sokoto (llr.l. I'letce. Hall
fax an I Montreal-Furucss, Withy i
Steamer Inkuls dir.i. AUide. Kre
men - Maryland Coal & Coke Com?
Steamers llorgestad (Nun, Hat?
na; Atlas (Kr). Havre, etc; Inkula
(Br.). Bremen; Kanawha foi Scsrs
Schoeaart Frances iiydc for ituh
nond: Margaret Hask.ll. Gllk.y. Bos
Barges Henry Falling ror Provi
legge; Cam a- i l lor New Bedford.
Calendar for Today.
*un rises . J:Jj a ,?
*un sets . 4;:".3 i>. m.
High water-2:31 a. m. 2:17 p. m
Low water -s>:44 a. in., 1:14 p. m
Weather at Cape Henry.
CAPE HENRY, v.v. Dee. Jl
Clear, wind nortbwi
aides, light sea.
Many Vessels Arrive.
Yesterday was a raljicr busy day
ilong rhe waterfront, twelve veeeela
?rriving during the day. Of this nuni
ier there were four steamers, three
n-hooners and five barge . Thr^c of
be tteiaaeri came for fuel coal, one
'or a "all cargo of coal and with one
?xeepiiou all of the schooners and
mrges will take coal cargoes. Mos'
rf the craft were docked at the coal
data immediately after their arrival
?nd all of the berths at the docks are
Borgestad Given Quick Dispatch. 1
After being in port only twenty-four
hours, the Norwegian steamer Borge?
stad. Captain Haraldsen, steamed yes
terday for Havana. Cuba, with a car?
go of .1,000 tons of coal, valued at
tllJeS, She was loaded by the Ber
wind-Whlte Coal Mining Company. !
Exports for London.
The British steamer Powbatan, of
he Fu nes:-Withy Line, cleared yen
'.erday or London via Norfolk with a
part cargo of miscellaneous exports.
She will complete her cargo at Nor?
December 21, 1910.
Steamer Alias (Br.t. Sarg mi. POT
Arthur?to Chesapeake * Ohio Coal &
Coke Company for fuel coal.
Steamer Inkula (Br.1. Alcide Ca'
veston?to Maryland Coal & CoLt
Gaaagna** for fuel coal.
Steamer Sokoto tBr.). Pierce. Pucr
to Mexico?to Whit? Oak Coa! Com
pany for fuel coal.
Steamer Kanawha. I'armanter
St-arsuort ? to White Oak Coal Com
pany in ballast.
Schooner Alma E. A. Holines
Smith. New York?to Maryland Coa
? Coke Comi>aiiv In ballast.
St Intone;- Gordon Stoddard. Miller
Perth ?aaboy?to Maryland Coal ft
Coke Company in ballast.
Steam schooner Frances Hyde
Charier.]. Cliisholms Island?to Atlan
tic States Coal * Coke Company to
Barge Shenandoah from Bos-ton?1<
New River Consolidated Coal Com
pauy in ballast.
Barge George R. Skoifield fron
Makes First Visit Here.
The new Scully Line barge Sbcnau
doah arrived yesterday from Boston
on her first visit to this port. She
Is the largest coal barge that , v -r
-ame here, having a dead weight car
rying capacity of 5.000 tons of coal.
The vessel has been in commission
anly a few weeks as a coal barge
Acetylene Gas Gas Buoy Dam-aged
Notice was issued yesterday by Ihsj
lighthouse board that Newport News
Middle Ground thirty-root channel gas
auoy No. 6. which was relighted on
Oeccmber 19. has been round extin?
guished and with the lantern damag?
ed. Repairs will be made as soon as
possible. This Is one or the new
?cetylene gas buoys recently installed
n this channel.
Steam Schooner Here.
The American steam schooner
Frances Hyde. Captain Charlsen. ar
-ived yesterday from Chisholm's Is?
land to load fuel coal. She took a
upply of ">?? tons and continued on
her journey to Richmond. Vs. The
vessel I* .??.j'j!|iii'd w-Jth an auxiliary
BABY'S SKIN TORTURE
" Vf ben our 1st by wn? seven weeks old
he broke out with what we thought was
beat bat wlie-ii (.raduaiiv grew worse.
We called in a doctor. He said it was
rcaema and from that tiic? we doctored
tu months with thr?e of the b*?t doc
1 ? \* 'e.-'.n but h? onlv go", worse.
Hi-? fac?. head and hands w?re a ?olid
sore. There was no end to t be suffering
for him. We h.id t . it.> h ? iitt.'o han.ls
to keep him from scratching. He never
knew what it was to sleep w?Il from the
kpne be took the di?ee?e ootil be was
cured. H? k*f>t as swake ail hours in
the nifht and Iis health wasn't whet
you woaW rail good. We fried every?
thing Isit ;h? right tlung. Fioallr T got
ant cf lb" < uticira R?nnli?t and am
pleased to ssy we did not \v all of
th m until h? wav rwwl. We have
waited a yar and a half to sre if it
wv*ild r-turn but it n*rer he* and to?
day Im -km is csnsr and fair a? it
pr*?iHJy could I?. I hope CuiK-nra mav
sev? aoee* on* H?~'? little one's ?ut?*nng
and alwa fb*ir pork**-book?. Joho !/??
sen. terra StcbHen St.. Ateh-son. Kaa..
Oca. le, 1909.
Kanawha Loads Quickly.
Tho American steam collier Kana?
wha tame into port yesterday morn
from Sears|>ort. loaded .t.r.oo tons
for tbe return trip and steamed last
night. This was the quickest dispatch
this vessel has yet received at New?
Three Steamers for Fuel.
Three British steamers, the Atla?.
Inkula and Sokoto. came Into port
yesterday to load fuel coal. The first
two named took their supplies and
proceeded, but the Sokoto will not
get underway until today. She is tak?
ing 1.0**9 tons.
Ends Winter's Troubles.
To many.,winter is a season of trou?
ble. The frost bitten toea and fing
ers. ehapoort bands and lip^?, chll
blains. cold sores, red and rough
skins, prove thl*. Rut scch troubles
IIy before Rucklen> Arnica Sslve. A
trial convinces. Greatest healer of
Rums. Polls. Piles. Cats. Sores. Kcsc
ma and Sprains. Only gfJ at Aii
Jaa?, try O 8 S S?
f\ Got You
SUY ALL TMg gTOCK VOU CAS
AT PAR. $100 PCS SHARE
7^Tfutm/him ?Smmw*4* .wtxn
Send er weite *?r New Seewiet,
ewtmed. -Mow ta inereaae Veer Men
eye Sern>og Power te ? Par Cent."
How Can Vou Get
Amy From ttie
Tnat yeu caw get yetrr meney
invested won mm ft you wa-t
to ge lote a Get st-c? Ou-c?
Ml yew ean't get
Wi^y. Qislek cr>ecer!" wtien
' CONTROLL NOT NEEDED
President of Southern Pacific
I Talks on Railway Govern?
ttt Arsooatrd PrtM)
KJPV YOltK. He. 21 Robert
I/jvrtt. successor id Kdward H. Har
riman as president of (dp Soul hern
l'ai Ihr aiul I 'n Ion Pacific railroad,
loh] Ik ? railroad Set urilivs Commis
sion thai he Im heartily in favor o(
federal I upervl.sion of railroad rates
both intrastatc and interstate, but that
personally he questioned the wisdom
o.' Hat necessity for federal laws to
gov.-rii the issue of railroad securi?
ties. \s a railroad executh bo did
not opnpm government tog elation of
stock issues, but bo did insist that
If regulation is to come, the auiboil
Uee charged to mact It, !)?? vost-d with
full iKjwcr to enforce it.
The i?rosi'iit status of Ike railroai'
pricked on all sides by a thicket of
DOSjflletUlg state laws, was bad. be
-aid. iiu' a further eonllli.t of state
laws and f deral laws was a uossi
bilitv from which he hoped to be de?
Mr. i/>\eit said be did not >-cc that
rates bad anything to do with divi?
dends In actual practice or that Ike
government should have concern i'
what sort of securities the publl.
bought. In twi-nly-tlve years' experi?
ence, be bad not met with an Instance
in whi'li rates bad been chaugud to
nfTecf ;nterest payments or divi
iV-nds. He doubted If there were s
dozen traffic men In the country who
knew the capitalization of the com
panics they represent
Therefore there was no in ed for
regulation of f>?<urltles as a control
If It Is proposed to malte a gkyal
cal valuation of I be railroads as a !
basis for limiting rates, be could only
fay any f.chetne of appraising proi>er- '
tjr by an attempt to estimate the cost
of Its reproduction, was exceedingly ;
I mischievous and utterly impractical. '
KICKS AT CAT; FALLS
AND IS BADLY IHIUREO,
Edward W. Joynes, East End Butcher,
Sustains Ugly Sr.alp Wound In |
I While kicking at a stray cat that
bad entered the store where he Is.
employed. Kdward W. Joynce. a butch-i
cr. who live' at 1237 Tvnty-elg'ith
street, fell at *:?.'* o'clock Tuesday j
night and sustained an ugly scalp
I wound. He now lies at his home in .
? a rather serious condition.
j Mr. Joynes was just closing up the
meat department of T?. P. AllenV
stor-\ in K?st End. when the cat came
into the place and grabbed a piec?
of meat. He lifted one foot to kick
at the feline and the other foot Flipped
from under him. .In falling. Mr.
Joynes' head struck tk.l sharp c<lg^
of a steel paper cutter on the floor.
The cutter ripped a three-Inch gash
in the scalp at the back of the aped
The fore." of the blow rendered the
butcher unconscious. Dr. W. J. Knight
was haftily summoned and af'er
dressing the wound bad the injured
man taken home. Mr. Joynes It about
CO yean old.
MULCARE TELLS NURSES
THAT HE FEELS BETTER
Condition c' Wounded Man Apparent?
ly Takes Slight Turn for
I .Ismus Mulnare, the bollermnker,
who vis stabbed in a drunken brawl
Monday afternoon, said last night that
he felt better than PA had during the
day and apparently there wa* a rep
slight chance for the better in his
condition. Howt-ver. be is ?tili In a
I .r;. critical condition and the physi?
cians sav that the next thirty-six]
hours will decide hi? fate.
Claude R. Maynard. wiio Is cbarced
with stabbing the aired man. ig still a
j prisoner *( the city jail and no at>
; nlicaCm had yef been made for bail
for him. His preliminary hearing In
the nolice court Is set for tomorrow,
but tt probably will be postponed un?
til there I? a chanr"" In the condition |
AMONO KEFFER eCQUITTEO.
Young Stage Hand Found -Not Gull
ty" of Larceny Charge.
Amond Keffer, a young stage hand]
employed at the Academy of M?sle,
who was arrested several w-eeks a to
by DanhMflM S^rceant Reynolds on a
charge of larcear. wax accurttrd br
Justice Rrown In the poMee conr*
Tue?dav morning. i? w?? aMe^?M that
ronna Keffer stol? some pistols and
other stuff from the Johnson playrrs
Saved from Awful Death.
How ar appalrtag cammftr in hi'I
family was prevented Is told br A 1>
McDonald, of Pay^tieville. K. C. U.V.,
?. Ko. i. "Mr Wet-r had oomump
t*m" he write*, "aba was very thin
and pale, had no appetite and waul
U> grow weaker every day. aa all
remedies failed, 'ill Dr King's New
Discovery was tred. and en complete
lr cwr*d h*r. that ?hr? has not been
troubled with a covtgh since II? the
be-t medicine i ever saw or heard
of" Tor cough?, colds.Tnsrippe,aeth
-morrhaae all bronchia!
It has aa egaal. iAc. ?von
Trial bottle free. Cuaraaterd by AH
Par. OW California and Impor t
IHeTT* frnl ?hcfTlc*. NKW F*OR'l*
NBTVS vvim; * ugi fiR ??.. Co
Twenty afth afrre? and Week Hegtest|
arene*.. r.nJt phone No 2.
COOK WITH GAS
BIQQS TAKEN TO RtCHMONC;
READY TO MUT HIS FATE
Condemned Negro Goes ? to Death
Chamber for Second Time? j
Die? on January 7.
K< ady to meet bl? fat.-. Kit-hard
llardln BJfgs, the f lavor of Atm<-< Da |
vis. ? negress. wtJufhas thrice heard j
the solemn death, seateme pasted
upon him-, "aaejfr* ? lo Richmond
j sii rday attcrdHPLa * lodged in Hie
death ebumber^B^* S:hi<- im ntten
Hary. Whan to rciutiu until I
January 1 when be ?III he etkvtrocut-.
ed iinlehL (Governor Mann tut/Tferes
iu lbe maritime.
As he was taken from the ciiy Jail
by Assi mill Sii|>erintcndeut UhiiiIi
and a guard ftogi the tienltentlary.
I'.igKs appea ?.; to be In a com para
tlv-'ly happy frnmV of mind. He stood
In tlh> Jail yard with I be officers while
the horse was halls; hitched to Ike
patrol wagon and he talked with
Former City Sergeant K. W. Mllsttal
and others. i am a changeil man
now. sergjant." he told Mr Mllstesd
"I am prepared and tool to meet
the end." As he said the e words,
th* face of the condemned man
brightened up and a sml'- plated
about ni.s mouth.
Higgs" wrists were encased with
handcuffs and heavy steel shackle*
were about bis feet. He ?nl helped
Into the patrol wagou and tak-n to
the depo', where he was put aboard
the 6:u5 o'clock train. As the i>air<il
wagon drew away from the jail the
negro Faid good-bye to the few gath?
ered to watch his departtii \
This is the second time thai Wags
has been taken to the death cham?
ber at tb? penitentiary. As he was
leavlim the Jail, b-> nsk"d Captain
Lamb if the lamo cell that he occu?
pied before was ready for hint and
when sssured that It was be thanked
the officers, say IBS that If was a aloe
light cell and ha could enjoy reading
ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY
CLOSES FOR HOLIDAYS
Regular Monthly class Day Exercises
Will Be Held This Aft.
S. Vincent's Academy will close st
?nocn today f< r the Christmas holt
days. This afu moon at 2 o'clock the
students will hold their regular
monthly class day exercises, at atUch
tkC rholasti.- s'tuudlng will be an?
nounced and th<- reports for 'he
month of December read.
An wfiereetkai prcgrnm win i?
rendered by the students during tb
. xer.ises. It will be as follows:
Opening Ckoraa, "Adeste Fldcles"
W-lo nu Addnss?Roheit J. M
K tntrt of Academy Classes.
Violin Solo. '"Angelorum Domi
Declamation, *Chri?t;mas Rietrvi
spec"'?Kdgar |_ Carroll.
Re.icrt of Grammar Classes.
Clasa Recitation, "The Jiaroulatel
Choirs. Selected?Vocal class.
R< !?ort of Intermediate Class' >.
A.ldnss. "The Dying Year,"?Kd
ward W. Fay.
D vlamatlon, "A Valorous Deed"?
R. J. M::ck< |
Hctiort of Primary Classes.
Ri marks by Revs. Joseph Fritli and
Finale, "Tc Deum"?Vocal class.
RELEASED ON BAIL.
Atlanta Authorities Want Man Re?
turned From Washington.
(By AsfKH-luU-ii Pre*i)
WASHINGTON. D. C. I* c L'l -
Wiley Godfevy. who had been arrested
here upon complaint of the authori?
ties of Athnta, where an indictment
for alleged assault with intent to
murder is pending again*, him. was
today released in $5?h ball, in habeas
corpus proceedings befrrc Chief Jus- j
tlce ". Clabangh of the District Su-1
prone Court. Godfrey will be gio o
a bearing Ja ovary 13, it is atated.
when the court will pas.- upon Use
requisition papers, forwarded by the
PATROL HORSE PLAYS OUT.
"?ell" No Lonqer Able to Haul Pris?
oners to Lock-up.
"Bell." the poRce imtrol wagon
horse, which h.a.- been used in the
errvlce of hauling prisoners to th? sta?
tion house for a number of years. Is
so badly staved up 'hat the is no
longer 01 for active service. OiUf af
PolW Mitchell yevtenlay hired anoth?
er horse to be need to the patrol wag?
on and "Reil'' will be given a rut
for the present, at lc*.<t. %
On Monday night the commit'ee. onf
ordinance and police rec,mn--,ndcd to
t'te council that a n-w horse he pur?
chased fot the patrol wagon. At that
time "Bell? vs? lame and scarcely
In condition to work and ypstcrdiy
she played out em." -ly.
m * u
MISSING MINISTER HEARD FROM.
No Reason Given Far Disappearance j
of North Ceenlina Preacher
rfhr Aneor;?????? l-i.?
V8HVVILLR. N C Dee. :t.? A. uoe
t ?! cxra v?? received today from Rev
D. I. MITler th< missing pastor of
the R*tb?I Mcthodis? charch of Abbe?
ville, bv cue cf bis friend, la this
rivr. The card at?M that 'he mroi
kjejajjajfte on Moasfay
last and was Hto the bora*
of bu bro'bofl Wi Daota. Kol
reason wee mmm mm tor hi* dlsap-1
pea ra act. _
Hi* wife. tdJJI
TELS HJW THE HUGE
COMBINE WAS FORMED
Miciiigan Shipbuilder Testifies
in Suit to Dissolve Great
LakesJ owing Company.
<lt> \ u,i.it'.i Prves)
MLTitOl I MICH . He. . :\ Cap
mln tastes Davidson, the veteran
.-Ii Ii>l>ti i 1?J? i nml i/e*?el owner of Hay
City, look i'i.' stand thla afternoon
at slm hearing of ike gerfegaMtat?
suit to ilaawli - the ('nut laikc 'low
lug Cjoaageaj an a trust in violation
of tlit* Sin real law. and i'c<-ountrd
the steps tiit he took at un gottve
participator in (ha organisation of the
towing eoiiipanj in 1899. Captain Us
vldsoii Mai.l lit- had been vice-presi?
dent ami i laeeaher ol the ?aaeatlve
oesaasitter ol I he oompeay since it'
Inception Tlir WltBeeS said that gl
?. ssjty ,foi a large tug and wrecking
rtimpunv areee whea the liur.u Ml
?lie of lak? frelaht.Ts outgrew tin'
Did towing and wrckiug lacllllles
As a n" mbor of the purchasing
"trmiltee he said, lie wait to nil the
principal ports on the lakes,. Inapect
ing the tugs and eipilpnient of the
largest tug companies. offering them
i "l?lg round prl.-e" and tnking a X'1
day option where the t ains were fav?
orably rect ived.
Milwaukee and Toledo, he said wele
about the only jsirls where ihe com?
mittee tlid not carry through MIQgaga
ful c filiations* for the pun buxe of
the existing large tug lines.
"I examined; the euglnrs. boilers
bull, diving sells and other equipment
of each tug." 'aid Captain Dnvldton
"and said that we were not going in
try to steal the tugs but would gl\ ?
good prices f.>r them and wanted them
all and that we were golne to have
all the shipowners on Hie lakes in er
esied. inn no tie te Her a."
According to Captain I'nvfitmm, It
was tie who lattiebse! and pushed
through a deal in I90o lo have the
Unat Lakcy Towing Company ha*
nut the Maythnm tug line at liu?nio.
which comiietetl with the Crest Lakes
Company for one season and caused
a reduction of prices
POSTMASTERS lei CONFERENCE-'
Summoned to Washinqton for Postal.
iBy Associated Preeat.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Dec. It.
Postmasters of thirty-six cities, in as'
states east of the Mississippi!
rer. were in conference today With]
IthorttJw of the proposition eoncern
the op-rations of ibe new po- .it
rings banks. The post masters, ail
then of lamaiitriage offices, were'
Immoijed to Washington to re.
sir instructions regarding the re?
i-olpt tif gffs'al savings deposits. Uvsl
handling or the funds and the reports'
they will be required to make to -the
STEWARD IS ARRESTED.
Cook on .?chooner Charged With As
? saultlng Sailor.
Charged with assaulting Peter K
P rtc.'soii. a sailor or the vessel. Ab x
ander MscKariand. I toward of tip
four-masted schooner Ceorge M.
Crant. was ?Treated on hoard that
vessel at the shipyard las* nltjht by
Patrolman Shclton and locked up at
the station house, lie was later bail?
ed by Justie ? Renames for hi* appear?
ance in the police court this morning
Harry Reyner being accepted as se
rnxcty ai the sum of *Sn. i
?'Ifta'.? been us;ng Cascarrts for In?
somnia, with which i have been afflicted
for twenty year?, ami I can say that Ca?
cards have pi\-n mr more relief tu m any
other remedy I have ever tried. I .-hall
certainly recommend thrm to my friends
*s being all that they are represented "
Tbo>. Gillard. Klgia. Ill
Plea.an', Pala'sW- Pot-at. Tarte Ofwt
IioMkI. Nei^r M-kri?. ^Vrakra er Orte?.
Mr. Sc. Sac New ?oM la b:-.l, THsfvra
aeSS t?Ui?I mlm-nv I l ' Ij VUlMll II
on or yonr mosey bac?. W4
Vaudrvnie of Quality.
Th?r, Fri. and Sat..
In the Southern Comedy
"THE RECONCILIATION "
Ed. I Settle Masse
Fun in the Dtn>ng Recm.
bTFtre * Fields
Oamty Singine and Dancing
Thf Up-side down ate"
Cbildrer. at Matinee 'e
VO Good Seats Every Night, 'Or
CC K WITH GAS]
BIGAMY CASE CONTINUED.
? 'i o. Hlinng Postponed Until
Witness Can be Secured.
After hearing a little uf tlx- c\ I
Iiienc i- in ike \"a <? I'oiicp Jwetler
drown jtceterdaj afternoon <-oii<in-ied
uniii JaMfctry ! ike eBte ol Mm. Tke
r a Iladtk, all?? Mm. Theresa Sunup,
alia* Mm Theresa llocni. r. until .Irtn
nary 7. Several ?rlipeeeea In the ea e
11oiii other eilt?? must be secured be
(me (be trial ean pro. -cd
Mrs. Smith I. charsed with biitami
I'. in? arrested in Norfolk n Vt'eek ago
on the complaint uf kef Aral ImakBiii I
Bke ban retained Attorney Mantel.
I'oleiiun. ot Norfolk to defend her
After i ontiiitiIna the case, AMMfcB*
I Drown admitted the woman lo ball
I In ihe sum of ISM, AnnieSMiil.it Bs>
Kii s-, I? !u>; accepted a* Bocurely.
Yuuth Charged With Forgery.
LYNCH in'ltd. VA Da? :l ?W. J.
MH< In li. a young white man, has
in en tfreatcd on tin charge of at*
ti nipt 111; to totU" the name of T. J.
liurtiv to a cbeck for flu. MttraVsil
was aken by the itclire at Ike First
National Manu and is lodged m jail
analfiaa ? hem inu KM mother is
hroh >ti h< ,'rtiMt over the oeot nc hi
YOI) MAY READ THIS LETTER
r? v?., July i6th ma
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? ii ? i' i?j tto Uia ' ?ppiMi r*?ult?. 1 raaarS h?r
?>? *nl'.r*lr r?I\*vw( ?? > i ilnin it** ,.-???> In
oowmbvUoc lilMl for uric Mid troublM.
Tour* t- l?.
YOUR DRUGGIST f
. CAN SUPPLY YOU
WITH MILAM -IF HE
DOES NOT KEEP.IT HE CAN
GET IT FROM ANY DRUG JOBBER
WE BELIEVE THAI BANKING RELATIONS
Should In muhiully advantageous, and are prepared to lonii motif
to custom.-!- whose ros-H-ntibility and business with us eutltlcH
them to such colislderalion. t
Our ptiipoic is to transact any banking business to tbe complete
satisfaction of our cnrrpMpondentH.
I?. S. .lONKS,
QBOl It WKST,
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CITIZENS & MARINE BANK
The resources of tbe FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Newport
News, ar.> ample guarantee of its Financial strength. Y c :r account
and banking business invited.
The First National Bank
United States Depcaitary. Newport News, Va.
CAPITAL, ?100.000; SURPLUS, o10t>.CC3.
Walt, Doxey & Watt Watt, Doxey & Wa?t
For Men. Women and Children?a v.iricd collection of Uiinty gffl
Handkerchiefs 'ihe gu&llii and price will phase you. Inspect our
lar^e a -onmint -5c to $100.
Leather Hand Bags
lor Holiday GIfiy.
Not hard to oeJect a pr-nient
from these up-to-date shape-?
?1.00 t0 $3.00.
GUI Hosiery lor Men
A tin ist ma- Ro\ of later
wovi n Toe and Heel Men's
Hose?one of 'he most us.ful
ami practical gifts you can
Think of for a man. Preaeata
lion Ikjt and 4 pair<- for $1.00.
Ladies' Silk Hose
V\ id.- carter 'op Jim lisle be' I
and tin- black, tan and hello'
COc a pair.
Ladles'All Silk Hose
?Ra? k only? higb pH'cd bt "1
double sole. beautiful uualii> of
Silk: lick black? fl-CO and $1.39
One large piu and two small
pins, settings of rubles, pearls -
,ua mil.. ci !'?>' L''> ? a;-.-. $2.50.
Give Her a Pair of
An ideal present for wife or
.Poiber?ail white or fancy
?>!n:c . -Ti. rly All V\ oy!. J5.00 a
tine pan of **u'spendctn and
owe pair ot Hoee Support* r?
pnl up In a' petrtty t brlstauts
hen i3c and ti ? a box
ims Cards <u&
\v k' ? ?ortwent of myres an
neat < vrtsi anas booklets -?c*i
Don't Forget to Visit Toylai
on Second Floor
al! ktnda of Toy* Games. Dulls trO-Cvt|
I ii 1st ore. De k-. Vehx incwes. -te.
OPEN EVCNisscS? REO CROSS ?TiMPS ON SALE
watt, doxey & w?<
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