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L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pi*es. ?and
|r y BANK, Inc.
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MATHEWS C. H., VA.
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aoconimodatlcn consistent with good hanking
Interest Allowed Oa Saving? Accounts.
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ro: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
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M_THE*vV C. H., VA.
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Will practice In the Courts of the
Counties of Mathews. Middlesex and
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
Schedule Between Norfolk and Mathews and Gloucester f^ou?
STEAMER "MOBJACK." \
TL . Norfolk (O. D. Wharf) .
br. Portsmouth (North St Wharf).
_?. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf) .
bv. Old Point .
i.V. Philpofs Wharf. East Hiver
L.V. Williams' Wharf. East River...
l?v. Hicks' Wharf, East River .
Tbv. Digg?* Wbsrf, East River.
*_??, Roase'a Wharf, Ware River . ..
*bv. Smith'a Wharf, Ware River....
*bv. Heckley, Ware River .
*bv. Aubura Wharf. North River . .
L.V. Dixondale, North River.
?Severn Wharf, Severn River . . .
/. Old Point (Government Wharf)
Ar. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1).
At. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).
10 00 a. m.
10 15 a.
10 30 a.
11 00 a.
? 30 a. m
6 45 a. m
7 00 a. m
3 00 a. m
10 00 a
0 15 a
0 30 a
M 00 a
IS M p
12 40 p
00 p. BaTa.
00 p. m.
5 on p.
6 00 p.
6 15 p.
:n Norrolk and Richmond.
:ELEY and BRANDON
each way, including Berth
Class including Berth $1.50
Daily including! Sunday.
}e 7 P. M., Sunday ?Except-ed.
(?k, 3:30 P. M., following afternoon.
13:00 P. M., (Sunday excepted.)
\, 10:30 A. M., following morning.
18.00, meals and stateroom, berth included, round
at ticket office, lf,9 Main Street, Opposite Atlantic
ly's office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va. All schedules
B. L. BUGG, General Agent.
UP CAPITAL. $108,000.00.
LANK T. CLARK CO., LTD.
D association expiring Deceml
C_*FKE CO. A LUTHER SI
ma why BUILDERS and 01\
mildere' Hardware, Mantels, Tj
The NORFOLK BUILDING SU?
[S: 1. We contract no bad del
2. We are the cheapest
8. Our expenses are min(
4. Our facilities are the
5. Our organization la
;r 31st, 1909.)
HERS should b?y their
?s, Grates. Paleta, Oils,
>LIES C?Oi: POTATION
influential Mexicans deny the seri?
ousness of the anti-American outbreak.
Nevertheless President Diaz has caused
it to be known that ho Intends dealing
:n a drastic manner with those respon?
sible for the desecration of the Stars
The barracks about the city are full
of soldiers, and police have also b ?en
The State'Department at Washtng
ton got into communication with the
central Mexican Government and tile?!
S I'-tcrt against the treatment or
Americans in Mexico City ?nd else?
where throughout the republic.
Another .outbreak is threatened mo?
mentarily as the law students at the
school of Jurisprudence are clamoring
for official sanction for another anti
American demonstration. However,
Governor Lamia, to whom the appli?
cation was made, stated today that cog?
nizance would not be tak?-n of r?qu?ata
for pet mission to carry out another
demonstration. Two hunilred and thir?
ty persons are un?l?r arrest as ;?
of the outbreak, and the students, who
primarily responsible, are being
detained in close confinement, and their
fellow? ar? not allow??! to speak to
Chief of Tolle?? Felix Diaz gave or
?lers today to arrest any and all pet
sons who attempted In any way to stir
Up further disorder.
Ileport Many Clarihrii.
EL PASO, TEX.?Special.?Clashes
tween Amerlean? sad Mexicans ?ra oc?
curring all along the Mexican border
today, ??cording to reports reaching
this city from various points. At a
number of place-? In Texas shots ?
fired. The region along the Kio Grantle
was a skirmish ground which offer??]
the lawless element possibility for
much violence in a ctm?lltU>ti Of border
Th?> I'angers were moved southward
to?hiy M as to b?- on the ground In case
actual hostilities were Inaugurated.
Many Americans in northern Mexico
have fled across the border, owing to
the in?*naelng attitude adopted toward
them by Mexicans. BtOTles of the anti
Amu lean feeling were carried into the
lonely regions of Chihuahua by cou
There are many big international
an? ! ? s ?loas the border country where
Mexicans and Americans ar?' emnhiyc?!
indisi-riitiinaiely. and It is feare?! that
the dislike Which lias always existe'1
will give way to gun battles typical ui
the ?il?! days.
ClADAIAJARA, MEXICO? Spa?
tial.?A frenzied mob of 500 Mexicans
keel Ameritan pro. ? rty here y? s
t? i'day. ?hstroying il an?! defying
Americans to stay in th?? town upon
penalty of their lives. With ?ries of
"Down with America" an?! "Death it
all Americans," the mob surged
through the streets plying torch??*? and
throwing clubs and stones.
Th?> ?iamag?? will go into thousands
of dollars, but the Mexican police
sto.nl by while the depretiations w. i.
going on. They declared that they
could not cope with the numbers in
the mob. It fooked lor a time as
though the outbreak h??ro would
eclipse the one in Mexico City. Many
m those in the mob carri???! firearms.
Upon a report to the central gov?
ernment authorities a section ?if the
Tenth Ked??ral Cavalry was sent her.
to prevent further ri??ting. The troop?
ers found a state approaching an?
archy prevailing when they arrived.
The mob wat* in possession of a por?
tion of the city.
DIDN'T GET USED
TO HER NEW CLOTHES
I.OTTIK DANDRIDGE CASTS ASIDE
\i:\V **ZS*8RA" BUR FOR INFOR?
MAL ATTIRK OF CITY JAIL
BRISTOL, V A.?Special.?The
10ighteen-year-?il?i laittie Dandridge.
colored, had hardly gotten the creases
OUt Of the new suit of ?-onviet clothes
(?riven her by Superintendent Wood
??l th?- Virginia penitentiary day be?
fore yestenlay, when there came to?
day an official paper or?lering her to
don her usual garb, bid adieu to her
newly formed acquaintances and hike
it to the Richmond city jail.
At this Lottie rejoiced exceedingly
and was gla?l. for the red-sealed doc
umeiit, which came from Governor
Mann, not only prcsci iln-il a ?.hange
of abode, but also reduced her term
of incarceration from a year to six
Snmetliie last Austratst, when the
dosjstar waa wagging his toil in the
Bklea and incidentally making every?
body hot and fllaaglliliallla. Lottie stole;
from the i>? rson o? a ??? rtaln ln?iiv??l
lial the neat sum of $16.
This offense constituted a felony
;md the erring lass, after being ar?
raigned in the Hustings Court, was
duly tried and found guilty. Th?? jury,
however, did not pass upon her case ,
until the latter part, of last month and!
only two days ago they took Lottie!
over to the "White bourse on the hill." ?
be eras sxceptionaily young and
prior to her fall in August had borne
a good nan?.'. Influences wer? set in
motion to give her another chance In
life. Judge Witt recommend???l cl??m
ency ir? the CUS*, as di?l others, and
hence Governor Mann thought he wa?
| making no mistake in commuting the
sentence to six months' imprisonment
A representative of the Maison de
Satt er fie Id went over t?> th?- peiiit.n
tiary after Lottie this morning, and
Tly' "..' \i sin- is doubtless in her ne?
and?un?iei "ifi .circumstances?most
?< ?-entable ?11 vir?Uir?e'iil'M.
The i???tition in the ens?- says thai
Lottie now sta; ?-? r? under the hur?i?n
of remorse ami is nnspeakably ?orr)
for what she did: also that she's goin^
t?. he a -rood girl h.-reafter.
seek in canada
Winnipeg Paper Prints Story of
Woman Crippen Was Con?
victed of Slaying'.
rial.?A local newspaper printed a
story Saturday that Belle Elmore
t'rlppen, for wln>so murder h??r
Im-haitd, Dr. II. II. Oippen, is
un?Ier s<?nu?iK**e of death in I.up?
land, (has been seen at Alix, Al
by Ulis commlu?-Jo
2. That Uie rcfn
folk und Western Kail.
pany to paWastl tra\?H??rs ?u.
Ing fr??m Lynclihurg U> Meut
and claim their baggag? by meat??
?>r claim ? IhhIw istsued by the
I'i-opl??*? Baggage Transfer ?Com?
pany is unreasonable and impost?*
umitH?t*-s?sary amio>aii?t? and in
?oii\?'iilciico upon the traveling
Th??r?-fori-. sucti practice Is ?ll<
approvitl. ami it Is order?*?! that
the Norfolk an?l W??si<?rn ltail
?.vay Compan*. allow tra*???I??rs i?i
identify ami ??lalm their baggag-e
l?'ft at its station in the city of
' wi< hhurg i,y nK. |?<Hipi,.s ling
gage Tratiisrcr Compan-, by lueatiN
of claim check? Issued by such
company, under such reasonable
rule*- and regulations as may Ik
adopted by tl??- Norf?>lk an?! W??st
ea_ Itailway Company. subjiHt to
the approval or this com mission,
- > thai siuli baggage may Ik?
promptly ??lie?'ke?l ami forwar?l<?<l.
?Ortler of Cor |>oratlon Commit.
??ion In I.j a? 11burg baggage trans?
It will be observed by the foregoing
order, drafted yesterday evening by the
State Corporation Commission, that the
fight of the Virginia Travelers' Asso?
ciation, Frank Ferrone and J. W. Alvis,
??artners trading as the People's Bag*
gage Transfer Co., and <3eorge W. Han?
cock against the Norfolk and West?
ern Railway and ling's 1'aggag?
Transfer i"o., has result*??! lu what
might colloquially be styled a "dog
In other words, the alleged monopo?
listic contract at present enjoyed by
l.ong's Transfer Co., through a>
nnnl with the Not folk ami Wester?, la
t> i o mu? need legal so long as the com
..ny giV?M th? pabll? gtuul m rvli'c.
?'ri tin? other ban?!, the commission
?say? Ibat th? refusal of th? Norfolk
.in.l Western to permit I.> neiiburg
r?l?ra to identify an.l claim tlieli
i>\ means of claim check? ls
? u??l by the People's Baj it
.?reasonably ?mi that the practice
it would M'iin from this ruling tlm.
the complaining eompanjr, at lernet, t?a>
gained ? substantial advai rhlel
ought t? g<> a long way tow aid?- serv?
ing Its business pu'p ?
KILL HER CHILD
RICHMOND. V A?Special.?
The charge of attempt?'?! crimina;
assault, which was preferred against
Klinnie Hoo?l. of Pulton, by Airs. Dun?
nivant. ??l I'lustcriicld county, was dis
mlaaad by 'Squire L w. Cbsat__n in
*'ak Orov? court this morning on the
l< stimoiiy of Mrs. Duniii.ant herself,
who ti?>elared that her husband had
threatened to kill her if she did n??i
lake out the warrant against Hood,
and on her consent to do so had
warned her that if she di?l not come
back to him with the proof of her
having done so he would kill her
child, ?and- uiui also declared that
;h?re had been no Improper relation-*
between Hood and her.
On the testimony of Mr. Dunnivant.
however, and of officer Watts a cast
which does not come under the stat?
ute was made out against the woman
and man, and each was fined $-5 and
costs on the new charge.
Dunnivant was highly incensed, and
several times had to be warned by
the court to confine his language to
such as would not offend the tlignitj
of the court. He insisted that th?
charges first preferred were true anc
admitted that he had threutene?! hi*
wife and child's life, stating that it
was no more than any other mar
would have done under the circum?
Koth Hood and the woman were
placed in the hands of Officer Watts
pending the forthcoming of the fines.
The woman declared she did not hav?
After the case had been disposed
? >f Dunnivant was arrested by a South
Richmond policeman on a charge of
threatening his wife, which had b???'?
preferred on the north sitie of th?
river. He was taken to the city jail
The case will come up bet?re J w
.Preparing Statement While in Se?
clusion?Tell Whether or Not
He Will Be Candidate.
.OYSTER BAY, L. 1?Special.?That
Theodor? ROOSevelt'a unusual seclusion
and reticence is the pr?mbto to a
item? nt on politics, in
which he will declare positively wheth?
er or -lu? ?f*S will he a can?! :?iat< for
'T. sulent in lyi2. is a "?lief which
gained ground umoiig his friends to?
Since Tui'sday the colonel has not
allowed himself to be Interrupted, bul
. ? bo h iv? gone t? Bavganriore Hill
bave ?faon the colonel In hla Ubi
busily engaged In reading new spa;
All the ?>1<1 pleasures of r??.
tors, horseback riding aii.i
ordlng to certain frlei da of Colonel
i'oo.sev?-ii the rrtatenrteat ?rill soon i>c
SAVANNAH. OA. Nov. 11.?J(
?on, an American arlv? mon
American car, won the ?Savai ru
huge trophy, the featm ;
progrom in the mtersatlonal sut?
bile races h?
son had led all the win in ll< ?
27f..s mile gruelling contest, wht?-b
been on since 10 O'clock tliis i
time wa? * hour- : : mint
nds, and he averaged nearly t>.
miles an hour.
VV. Itoebiina*. driving an??;!
1 can car. a M? n?1 to I
?on. Time, 4 hours 3? minutes l? sec?
?ip?ii the? sanie
Hint Hie men in .JtT
do tide. The* are to tm?B
upon Hit? ?I'iCstlon later fodajT*^
I wtuihl not be surprl-ixl to s??5
this strike ended in Its entirety
A statement signed by representa?
tives of the Adams. American. Na?
tional. United States and Wells Fargo
Companies was issued setting forth
the clauses in the settlement agree?
ment. In part this reads: "We are
willing t'< take bttveh men. no matter
whether they hav? i'.in?'.! the union or
not, reserving the right to ?ieellne to
take back those who have Incited hos?
tility or acts of vi?'i?-n<<" against us.
"The former hours and wag? s shall
continue in effect until December 1st.
hut in the meantime the matter will
be taken up in confer?-noes by repre?
sentatives of the unions and the com?
panies for conferences for a s? ttle
ment favorable to both sides.
Tin- conference of the Association of
Ameriian Ciiivvrsiti?*s, composed of
about forty prominent educators
close?! yesterday afternoon. A paper
on "The Appointment and Tenure of
l'niv?rsity Professors' was read b?
President Van Hie?, of the Pniveealti
? f Wisconsin. After luncheon at th<
I'nlv? ?ratty C?>mm<?ns a conference o:
deans was held for the difcussn?;.
qUOStlons ?if administration.
The paper on "The lVgr?-c of Mm?
tor of Arts," by 'Profeaaor Calv!
Thomas, of Columbia l'niv?rsity. c?>?
eluded with a defense Of UM follow?
ing propositions, submitted as a !
of agif ?inant:
"The backbone of every currlculon
for the master's degl?? should consist
of inter.sive work in some one sub
?ct, to whi.-h the candidate should
he required to devote as much as on??
half, an?l permitted to devote th?
whole, of his working time for a
?asi one year. Candl?
cn-e sliould pr?'*?ii*.>i_*g
ELEGANT PASSENGER STEAMERS
"COLUMBIA" AND "AUGUSTA."
For OLD POINT COMPORT and NOR?
Steamers leave 1'altimore daily (ex?
cept Sunday) at 6:30 P. M., and leave
Old Point Comfort at 6:00 A. M. and
Norfolk at 7:00 A. IL, where connec?
tion is made with the Rail Lines for
all points South.
?lark Elver Line,"
:: L KG ANT PASSENGER STEAMER
ior WEST POINT and RICHMOND.
Steamer leaves Baltimore Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M. and
aiiive West Point at 7:45 A. M.. a:.?
TTu'liniond at 9.20 A. M.
Sieamers call at Gloucester ?'? h
l lements Clay Bank and Allmnnd's
-TTEAMERS LaBAVE HALT I MORI
FROM I'lBRS IS AND 19 L4GHT
Through Ti??kcts to all points may
? s.ciii? ?I. baggage checke-d and state
ooms i?s;rv.() fron the Ciry Tick???
? s. 119 E. lia'tinu.re street. AR
HUR \V. ROBSON. Agent 127 E. Pal
Imore atreet, or the fJeneral Offices.
d Lee atreeta Baltimore, Md.
E. J. CHISM,
Gen'l. Pass. Agt,
Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt.
Dr. A. M. MARCHANT
All Kinds of Dental Work Done.
Office Houra: 9 to 12; 1 to 6.
Mountain rut* Bja
?ft Veer? OldU
B???t and nchwit whisk??*' ta ?"She
world toi medicinal and family
u*<v DNttlted from well-cored
Case of 4 Foil Quarts
Call?n Jag GILT EDGE
WMsKey ??una mUow $2.00
Jentachy Corn 1.60
Order by mall from an old re
B y ?-ara, encl??*
k* luviuptly shipped.
GEO. *W. -WRIGHT (*_ SON
\Vhotc?al?? Liquor I-?. aKr?
NEW YORK, KOT. 12.?"Th;?, ...
you are dealin*?* v? ith a genOOBUUa an
you wiM be fixed up." was the assur?
ance with which Tax Commissioner
John J. Halleran, who T.v?-? l?? Ftoati
lng. won back political workers in
Queens, according to the testimony at
yeatcrday'a hearing on the charge? of
incompetence and corruption made
against Borough President Lawrence
Kr-iitea "_L_ _ _
?now. The ktiaiIo has swept thm
Channel eoest, wreckina craft In tlfta
hnrb?-?? an?! Mowing ?l'*>?***r tr*?es and
bulldinfrs. Fishing craft have been
blown aphot. orta from vsrt
ous ???'etiorif- of tb? Pr.\ ince of Pnm-d*>~
Calais tell of death and destru?rU<*?ta.
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLARK, President
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