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THE MATHEWS JOURNAL
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Granite
M Warn mom* anything la this Ha? cat onr prtee before placing srder.
the ^^%^ eblee as I? tarn
out th? highest
clase work at
priesa. We pay
faprersd nuv I jjgjjBaflt-er-HB?Sa? I fr?-*bt and giv?
lilitrr wtth V^^-'-^J^mtwaummmTS^?l^^d personal atten?
tion to placing
work ta eem?
ly Iravlta yon to call and Inspect ear large ?took of ftalshsd
in Norfolk. If unable to oall write aa for catalogs?.
LAWSON & NEWTON
r^*> llth Street and William Ara
r~ ???. NORFOUK. TA.
?as ?as Beack Car Line.
fl E. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Caahier.
GLOUCESTER MA THEWS
Paid Up Capital $56,900^
MYTH S WS . H., VA.
?lbs ?sooowsts of firms and Individuals sad offsrs
accommodation consistant with good banking
Irterest Allowed On Savings Aceoant?.
All Money In Taalt Car ?red By Burglar Ii
Houtm 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M
C. D. CLINTON
CONTRACTOR FOR EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS TR
?-UHBT?I6, WATER SfTPPLT, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TAKES, P?TP
OTO ENGINES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC
UGH TING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING,
SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES.
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
Office Orer Slbley Broa*.
MATHEr.'w. C. H., VA?
LES IE C. GARNETT
Will practice In the Court? of the
Counties of Mathew?. allddlssex and
Office Hours 4 to 11 and 1 to 6. Gloucester.
SCHEDULE NORFOLK-MATTHEWS- GLO WESTER ROUTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
B?ectlra Monday, March 25th, the steamer POCAHONTAS will per?
form service on the Norfolk, Mathe ws and Gloucester Route as follows:
> ?. Monday Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday and
and Friday. Saturday.
Irr. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). 6:00 a. m 6:00 a. m.
X,v. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).. 6:15 a. m. 6:15 a. m.
l^v. Norfolk (Bay Une Wharf). 6:30 a. m, 6:30 a. in.
?Lv. Old Point, . 7:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
Lv. Phllpot's Wharf. Bast River- 9:30 a. m. 9:30 a. m.
lav. Williams' Wharf, East River- 9:45 a. m. 9:46 a. m.
liv. Hicks' Wharf. Bast River. 10:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m.
iv. Dlggs* Wharf. Bast River. 10:30 a. an. 10:30 a. m.
Lv. Roane*a Wharf. Ware River. 11:30 a. m*
Lv. Bailey*? Wharf, Ware River. 11:60 a.m.
_?. Hockley, Ware River. 12:10 p. m.
XiT. Auburn Wharf. North River. 11:45 a. m. .
?js. Dlxondale. North River. 12:00 m. .
) I.V. Bevei-n Wharf, Severn River. 12:45 p. m. ????.
Lv. Fishery Pier. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
Tfcrr. New Point Wharf. 3:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m.
Uv. Old Point (Government Wharf).. 6:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m.
Ar. Norfolk (O. D Pier No. 1). 6:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
Ar. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf).. 6:20 p. m._C:20 p. m.
O. A. KAR?NBST. E. E. PALEN,
DtfMm e?n?rlntendent. Assistant General Manager.
- ?vary Evening between Norfolk and Richmond,
" STEAMERS BEREXET and BRANDON
1 Fare rlrst-Class $2.00 eaek way, incladlng Berth
ta Stateroom. Second-Class Incladlng Berth $LM
* Lent* Norfolk 7:00 P. M. 1
LOT? Richmond 7:00 P. M. [ ?lj' lncIudla? Suad*F* .
i ""? Leave 7P.1L, Sunday Excepted
Arrive in New York 3:30 P. M., following afternoon.
?Lear? New York 1:00 P. M. (Sunday excepted).
L Arrive in Norfolk 10:80 A. M. following morning.
M* ?Flrat-claaa, one way, $8.00, meals and ?tateroom. berth Included.
cenad trip, limit thirty days, $14.00.
?JF3CTW? am? STATEROOMS at ticket office, 16t Main ?Street, Opposite
/?lantio Hotel, or at Company'? office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va.
AH schedules ?object to change without notice.
Clark Sash & Door Corporation
' FRANK T. CLARK, President.
?Mannfaetiirers, Jobbers and Dealers in
L t SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK,
? NORFOLK, VA.
WOMEN'S ACTIONS ON
LINER SHOCK MEN
NEW YORK., Special.?Attention of
the l'nlt??d blutes linmiKration autho?
rity's was redirect???! We?lnesday m?ht
to a complaint slKned by I To fe.*?*. >r
Tksodos? 1-?. Neff, or the University <?i
Chicago, and other passengers against
i he conduct of women aboartl the
North German Lloyd Line steamship
Koenlj-ln Luise on her last trip from
Hrem??n to this port, ending on March
Professor Neff says he caused the I
?hUntlon on Ellis Island of several
women passengers, pending investiga?
tion of their character, in cons?quence
of their actions at sea.
"There were about a dozen women."
said the Professor in Chicago yester?
day, "whose conduct was outrageoua
Day by day they became more brazen
in their actions. Ship's officers flirted
openly with them. Every one aboard
ship was forced to witness this.
Had to Lf* "Worwt One" In.
"Finally a group of us decided to
try to prevent the landing of th. . ?_>
men. 1 drew up a letter and ten
other passengers signed it. It was
given to the United Stale*? lmmi*<ra
tlon Officer who boarded the ship
down the bay.
"The worst woman of th<? -croup hiid
a passport and th?; inspector could
not prevent her landing. Hut aft?r
two of us had made affidavits that six
of the other women had been guilty
uf improper conduct they were de?
tained at Ellis Island.
"The ship companies should be
forced to refuse passage to Immoral
soasen, I have written to the com?
pany at Bremen asking that methods
[at least ?be adopted by which decent
passengers will not be forced to wit?
ness such outrageous conduct."
It was learned last night that on the
trip of the Koenigln Luise a woman
passenger, when promenading the
deck, looked through a stateroom port
and was shocked by what she .??aid
she saw. On her complaint a man
and a woman, passengers, were taken
to Filis Island for an inquiry as to
their moral qualifications to land.
When the witness was asked to testif*.
against them she refused to d?j so,
and they \sere discharged.
"No BvManee of iin?propri?*i>."
Assistant Commissioner of Immi?
gration 1'yron H. Uhl said Wednesday
night that because of affidavits l.y
Professor Neff and other passengers
four women and two men had been
taken to Kills Island fur examination,
t.ut nothing in the evidente proved
there had baOB impropriety, and the
mea and two of the ?romos ?rere dis?
charged. The other women v\ ;ll be
deported because they have not money
enough to reach their deStl?ns?tlona
Mr. Uhl said a written complaint
had been produced, but it c?i*itained
no fa? tu at all."
Captain Boaek, of the Koenigin.
I Lula?, said Wedaeeday night:
"No ?Complaint to Me"?Captain.
"Professor Neff sat at my table on
the way over. I saw nothing wrong
in the saloon. !!?? n?-\<r complained
to me. Had the professor asea any?
thing wrong that was th?> time to
make complaint and I the man to
"Neither.- by action nor by word did
Professor Neff intimate that he had
.???on or heard anything wr?>ng. At
night everything was serene in the
cabin. I saw nothing out of the way,
nor did any of my officers."
When Captain Itesch was told of
Professor Neff's statement that some
officers had flirted with women the
commander's eyes glared.
"That Is nonsense." he snapped.
"The ship's officers know how se?
rious a matter flirting and Improper
conduct Is. They d?i not lake any
liberties with passengers under any
circumstances. I heard ?)f the six pas?
sengers who were taken to Ellis Is?
land. I am not certain that they arc
to be deported, but 1 know none of
them is going back on my ship."
Jt ST WAIT. ANTHONY.
TILL WIFK <?KTS IIOMF
NEW YORK, Special.?-When Mrs.
Charle? H. Anthony returns to Mr.
Charles H. Anthony at Muncie. Ind.,
she is going to give Mr. Charles a
piece of her mind.
Mrs. Anthony has been stirring up
considerable fuss by wearing slippers
with diamonds in the heels. The
ubiquitous press. It seems, made a
note of this, and reporters out In
Muncie approached Mr. Anthony
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Dr. A. M. MARCHANT,
All Kinds of Dental Work Der?.
Office Honra: t to IS; 1 to i
N-ratatain ?rare ftr*
?t> *??%**-. "CK?*.
Bo*t and rletiMt irbiake* to? ?*e
world (or m ?du? in if I sod famil**
os?t. DlsUlled from w<*ll-wr*i
"5?R-*?? mountain liye.
Case of 4 Full Quarts
Gallon Jo?; GILT EDGff
WMsdey akr and attl?? $2.00
Jentocky Corn L60
Ordfii tijr mall from an old ra
IihIiI-j booM, eatsblixhe'l ??? y??f? ?mi.-1.js
In?: in.>n??> outer. U.Mitia proumUy ?hip?'"?!
CEO. VO. "WRIGHT ?Bu SON
W boiwtli. Lia"??* O ?-a ???>???>
L8Q? TLtgKf St.. Bs'tiwo? \ 94Ukj
ansnt th? subject, an?: Mr. Anthony
"Von can buy that kind of dia
m?>ti<l at 65 a ?mart."
Die-pit? the fact that the Munde
reporters IntSrvlSWSd Mr. Anthony
when he wai talking to the town
assessor. Mrs. Anthony refuses to re?
t?an! this, or any other circum?
stances as extenuating.
"NOW what do you think of that?'*
H.thl Mrs. Anthony at the Waldorf last
?v?alas to a reporter. "Well. I wrote
h'm a note this morning, and said*
Yimi old rascal, you; can't you ever
l<-;trn to keep still'." Talk about wo?
men being gabby! They've got noth?
iug on that husban.l of mine. Such
a talker! And always says the wrong
thing always! Wait till I get hume.
Th read him the Indiana riot act. Do
you wonder I'm a suffragette? Be?
sides it isn't true."
"You see we have to pay a tax,"
Mrs. Anthony explained after reflec?
tion, "and when he starts in to swear
off taxe? somehow he always begins
to belittle my Jewelry, though, good?
ness knows I pay my own taxes and
buy my own Jewelry?that is, I buy
some of It. Why, do you know he em?
barrasses me something dreadful by
rubbing my diamonds in public and
saying they're paste and will rub
Ah Mrs. Anthony stood In the writ
tin? mom of the Waldorf she was
?rearing one of her Muncie-made. Mrs.
Anthony-designed gown?. She de
clared to goodneKs she had been away
from luiiiii' so long that she hadn't
gol anything left tit t<? wear, and the
photographers bothering her con
BtSBtly. .Nevertheless Mrs. Anthony
Is ?oing to stick it out and hit the
Raster parade, d lam omis. Indiana
gown and all. to show New York and
I'nrls Just how original one r.*.n be.
There is a tragedy In Mrs, An?
thony's life. She explained:
"It's very dreadful. Every winter
Mr. Anthony and 1 go to Florida.
There It is warm and one wears thin
things, an.J in the summer we go to
Lake Petosksy. Warm there also.
Now doesn't it heat anything? I Just
love pretty clothes, and particularly
furs and velvets. There's my life
tragedy?Florida In winter, Petoskey
in summer, both warm, and no chance
to tvsar furs and velvets."
LAUGH AT POLICE
PARIS, Special.? While more than
i ?m ..i ih?s pica ..i th? it? m o polte?
and detectives were seeking the
automobil? baadlt gang, whrua? la?.i
exploit of hoi?ling up and killing an
express meaaenger near this city has
added to the reign of tear, M. Lepiiu?.
prefe?~t <>f police, re?relve?d s commu?
nication purpoting to be from the chief
of the band, mocking the authorities
for their fruitless efforts at capture.
It was learned that the value
.<: the loot secured by the bandits from
the expresa messenger, who was
??mingled to death near lvry iiitiount
.-.i to ovsr $5,000.
Tin- police are continuing their
: h upon the theory that the ma?
jority of the band are anarchists
known to the International police,
although information Secured pri?
vately that two women. Americans,
are in tho gang ul_o.
So great has become the panic
among the more timid that many tour?
ists have left Paris.
Chauffeurs and m.-ss? ngsrs, whose
duties compel them to carry val?
uables, have been granted Urs BBSS to
?if the tourist cars. whose
rout?.s lie through lonely sections, are
little better than moving arsenals.
PARTY IN CUBA
Precautions Are Taken to Protect
the Lives of the
GUANTAXAMO, CUBA Special.?
Secretary Knox arrtvsd in Cuban
waters Friday from Port Au Prince,
The cruiser Washington, with the
Knox party aboard, got in from Haiti
early in the day and was saluted by
the I'nited States warships in the har?
Secretary Knox left the Washington,
going OH board the smaller warship,
Eagle, which sailed at 8 o'clock for
Extraordinary precautions will be
taken to guard the American states?
man while he is in Cuba, because of
the hostile feeling engendered recently
by the order of the State department
to the t'uban government to restore
international peace or suffer interven?
tion. The Eagle is scheduled to re?
turn here Sunday.
little Observations Upon Ufe.
Sharp wits often cut themselves.
A fool friend is a greater menace
than an avowed enemy.
Some people are wise one day. and
otherwise the next.
Compliments shrink as they ar.
passed along?slander swells.
The mind is the most difficult thing
to bridle?the tongue comes next.
Consistency is a Jewel with which
beauty Is often content to be un?
AYCOCK DIES OF
Was One-Fourth Through Speech
When He Fell and
BIRMINGHAM. ALA., Special.?
Former Qovsmor Charles B. Aycock.
of North Carolina, dropped dead at
the Jefferson Theatre Friday night
while addressing the labama Educa?
Mr. Aycock was speaking on "Uni?
versal Education?Its Necessity and
?Benefit.** He was about one-fourth
thnjUKh his address when he sudden?
ly staggered back a step and fell to
the floor so suddenly that those on
the stage were unable to reach him
in time to support him. Water was
hastily thrown In his face and he
was taken to the wings of the thea?
ter, but expired at once. His death
was pronounced to be the result of
Governor Aycock followed Gover?
nor O'Neal, of Alabama, who had
just delivered an address to the as?
sociation on "Some Educational Prob?
lems." Governor O'Neal and ?>ther
n?n prominent In educational circl?*s
m the South were stated on the stage
during Governor Aycock's addrsaa.
The remains were taken to a local
undertaking establishment. where
they will be held until advices can
be received from North Carolina as
to their disposition.
Health Was I lad.
RALEJIOH, K. C Specal.?Charle?
Brantley Aycock, ex-Go*, ernor of
North Carolina, who dropped dead In
Birmingham Friday night, left Raleigh
night before last to deliver an educa?
tional address at Birmingham, the
only speech he has made outside a
courthouse thiR year.
He had been In poor health for sev
??ral months, and only a week ?g? r?>
turned to Kaleigh from Philadelphia,
where he spent a month in a sanato?
rium, fortifying himself for the stren?
uous canvass of the State which h?
was to begin Friday. April 12th. with
an opening speech in Raleigh, to he
followed by one in Charlotte. f??r the
nomination by state ?primary for Unit?
???1 Stat? s ?Senator to succeed P. at.
The othei ?wo opponents of Senator
Simmons Governor Kit.-hin ?nd Chief
?Justice cia:k?bagan tli?ir campaign
la month ago, but Governor Aycock
| h:nl de?layed hi? campaign for sev?
? week?, meantime making sn effort t>>
I ?uild up his health.
- , .
R I C H M O N D. V A.. Special. ?
While the General Assemblj ?>t \"ir
? gints failed t.. do what was aaked by
Colon??! Hutlon, the State insurance
Commissioner, r??li??f has bs?? brought
In an unexpected way by th.- action ?if
|Congrssa in suppressing the sulphur
I mat? h?the kind that strikes any?
where and tit any time.
The bill to prevent the make or
| sal?- of the common match was |?r?
seated in th?- Senat? daring the early
1 part ?>f th?? session by Beaator Har?
I man. and the match trust got into
i the game and proceeded to put the
i knife into the measure in a hurry.
Even when the bill was so amend
l?d as to provide for what is known
as the "d?>uble-?lip" match, the mem?
bers found that it was BUCh a worth?
less Improvement over the old "par?
lor match" that they ?iici not press it,
and th?* bill died on th?- calendar.
The United States Senat?? has passed
I the bill after debating it f?>r some two
I hours and In ?pit? of the opposition
of Senator Joe Bailey, Of T?.\as. who
Ideclared that th? taxing power should
New Queens of the Chesapeake
CITY OF BALTIMORE
CITY OF NORFOLK.
Fitted With Wlreleea.
Dally including Sunday between
BALTIMORE. OLD POINT COM?
FORT, NORFOLK AND
6: SO p. m. from Fier 19, Light St,
connection with all diverging rail and
YORK RIVER LINE
5:00 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday for York River Landinga,
West Point, Richmond and points be?
Ticket Offices: 119 and 127 E. Bal?
timore St; Also In Waiting Room,
Monuments and Gravestones
IN MARBLE AND GRANITE
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Establish?** ?ft Y
Other dealers may claim to undersell us. They talk In their
OWN interests, NOT TOURS. Take their propositions, but
before ordering write to us. or let us estimate your de?
sign We are satisfying hundreds of others and can satisfy
As we employ no canvassers or agenta, no
commissions ara added t *> our prices. This mean?
you gat first class material, bast finish an. aave
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IS? le 166 Ban k 8U Horfolk Ta,
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From the DlstUlery Direct to the ?Consomer
Old Piedmont Rye
A whiskey without a headache, for medicinal use.
Distillod from ?elect mountain grain. Old, mellow, palatable
and delicious with a natural flavor of its own.
10 yrs. old. Case 4 qts. ... fo.OO
8 yrs. old. Case 4 qts. ... 4.00
6 yrs. old. Case 4 qtn. ... 3.00
FREE?Bottle of Old Peach or Apple Rran?*./ in every case.
Royal Club canon $000
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Best whi?k?y in America for the prit??.
Snnel Pomt Off Ion or Expronm Ordo*
? Ol.r? riII>f)tONT '?"?^TIT.I.iarO CO., HOS Lafuren? St.. -UlttSBsrs. Md.
riot be U8..1 in t'ij manner. But he
foiiKhr rj<l the Senate
?rent agslnat him.
UNDERWOOD BILL IS
WASHINGTON, 1). < ., ?Special ?
?Senator ret, alrma? <>r the
Senate Commitie on Finance, re?
ported adversely front that conimlt
ihe Underwood bill, which recently
passed the Ho se rfvminn and reduc
in? the tariff duties of the meta! sched?
The report, which was adopte.l two
weeks ano, Is the Republican r.-aim
to the l>?-mocratlc measure, and was
endorsed by all of the Republican
members of the commute?? ? \
Senator la Follette, who was absent
and unpaired when the vote was
Tlt-e Absurd Question.
A prominent dentist In Omaha had
as his patient not long aj?o a Ken
tuckian who, somewhat bloodshot of
eye and unmistakably nervous, enter?
ed the office with the statement that
he had a terrific toothache.
"Me tooth is in an awful fix," said
the son of the Blue Grass State, show.
Ing further aigris that he had adopted
an alcoholic remedy for It.
"Does cold water hurt It?" asked
the dentist, after making; a thorough
"Cold water!" roared the K.-n
tucklan. "I haven't had any cold
water in me mouth for the last thirty
years."?The Popular Magasine.
Th?? Reason for the Change.
First A. B. (mesa cook)?Wot 11 we
give 'em tomorrow for afters? Tapio
Second A. B. (mess cook??That'll
do; bung It down; you'll want four
First A. B. (spelling audibly as
he writes)?Four pounds t-a-b-a?
t-a-b-1?" ? (hesitates) ? we'd better
Second A. B.?All right; bung It
First A. B.?Four pounds m-a-k-a?
m-a-k-l?oh, we'll 'ave rice! Four
AT TAYLOR'S BIER
\\ hib? thousands of aaonrau?I,
many of th??m with t??nr-tlll?*d
?>>?--?. filled the auditorium, and
with busln?*sH thn>ii;;lioiit tin* ? ity
temporarily sus**?!??!*"?!, funeral
service? were conducted for
tlu? lau? Senator Robert I/??*.?? Tay?
lor, ?hotter known as "Fldtlling
Aft?*r s?*r\l?*?*s in tin* audi?
torium the reMein? were lnu*rred
in o?d <?ray Cemetery. Tin? Rev.
l?r. \V. s. S??i?*-hbors. president ?if
Sullln's College ?if Bristol, con?
ducted the aurikvja.
ROANOKE. VA.? Special?Traffic
??n th? Virginian Railway, betw??a
Roanok? and Princeton, is greatly de
layed, owing to immense slides?one
near Whltehorn and the other near
Pembroke. The track is covered by
hundreds of tons of earth. Passen?
gers are beinK transferred. No freight
is moving, and the track will n???
clear?'d before next Tuesday.
FEAR RACE WAR
FAYfryrrTCV.LI.K. W VA, Special.?
Atiu-ruan and Italian coal miners is
? 'te cosi fields are lining n?
? r.i.e war as a result of ths
murder of Bank Hos? "Wash" Bos?
All the minera at Boomer, Canae?
ton and Martlng. near here, have arn?
t?d tht?maelves with revolvers and Win
? h. Mt?r repeating rifles.
The Americans claim that BostlckS
was murdered by an Italian minar
and made a threatening demonstra?
tion, which resulted In the Italians
Both sides make threats of violence.
?".overnor Glaascock haa been asked
to order a company of mllltla. under
arm?, for service In the coal fields. If
th?? war breaks out.
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di-cour&ging of ?11 tl-ouhUs.
Nine <i_*c? out of ten can be
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Where the. e it no sweUxng
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baud on front of pack?
age and "Na-Vt Lint
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dt?>lers In medicine.
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The Flies and Mosquities axe now
preparing to invade your home. Soon,
their annual attack on humanity will
Not only are these pests offensive, bat
they endanger human life. You must
One case of Typhoid costs more than
the complete screening of a dozen houses.
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