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EXCEPT MONDAY. BI THE Dai(g Sprcas Company, POSTc/FFICE BUILDING. "Entered at the Postofflce of Newport News. Va.. as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Dafly, twelve months.$4 00 Daily, six months .2 00 Daily, one month . 4'.i Dally, one week . 16 All business, news letters or 'ele graphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. 1 E'LEPUOXE CALL The Dally Press may be obtained evety morning at the f--ilowlng places: Crdssley 'Bn s.. Washington avenue. J. A. Cory, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Restaurant. Cliurles Robinson's, No. T Ivy avenue. J. N. Lawrence's, 211 Twenty-seventh street. The Doily Tress is delivered by car? riers in Newport News, Hampton, and Phoebus at 40c. per month. If tne paper Is nol delivered regularly, please make complaint at the otlice of publi? cation. Adj-fcvwting nates furnished on appll .^""ation. Contractors are not allowed to * exceed their *pace or advertise othei than their ltgi'timate business, except by paving especially for the same. Ad? vertisements discontinued b--:'ore the expiration of contract will be charged tor at transient rates for the tlmi in? serted. TH?RS DA V, FEBRU AR Y ICAL TWAfDDDE. It is beyond dispute that owners of the proft ssioiuil clubs have tlie power to completely abolish the features thut liuve disgraced the same ol lute. Let them enforce the rule that n player who resorts to disputing or slugging will be ruled oil" e. ery league ground in the country, and the trou ble will b- stopped by the double process of eliminating the irreclaim? able and instructing those rap ible of le.trniu;_r it in the necessity ol decent behavior.?Pittsburg Dispaleh. That is the whole thing in ;i nut shell. If baseball is to continue in tlie favor of intelligent persons some of the "bully-ragging" and bulldozing features which were emphasiz id last season must, be eliminated. ?: t- >urst3 there is a certain number of rooters who wish to see the home team win no matter what tactics have to be pursued to accomplish that end, but the large majority of the patron.- of the game want to see clean, honest playing and since the game is tlep ml eut upon this class for support it is to exceedingly short-sighted policy to fail to eliminate those f-atm which are known to be objectionab Nt Mr. John K. McLean says nothing at Columbus he wi doubt tin.-, is. true, because ii he want ed anythinghe has money to go there and buy it like Mr. Hanna is. said to have done. The Minneapolis Tribune attri? butes "Don Quixote," to Scott, which is pretty strong provocation for at? tributing dense ignorance" to some one on the staff of our Minnesota contemporary. CHAIilTY IN FRANCE. Society V. Miss Anna '?Kreuch Wives a tury. Mi-s BlcV Ladies of the Iii the most eiig will perform most uiicxj ci Fur Ci.ticoc niost fearful that r. ptlleh ad by ladies i fays of dut; The Duelle* known leadi fi sti\it i..- li. iipers, Iti Hospitals Where cases Are Treated. j BlckDell writes of ; Mothers" in The Ccu 11 says: gbest nmk. who seem by frivolous pleasures, arts uf Charity in 1 no a: I: show i i her charitable lime core to bo purlieu] tlcnts. I know Rtt at fai lng in their count days in the weel; i the family dn - ? w i e-xuini U s of v. is regularly atteml * who havo their fixed each in torn,they | t h their uv. n bunds. ? s. one of Iho best j shion, whoso splendid ! -..nicies of the leading , f the most ussiduous, ss in the exercise of uns which induces her ?ly desired by the pa- j ss win sid hnve r< for in uftc your fe. li had st. ppc of the pic quota anol high ]n :ei tualjy uny :ht Interfere 1 von bo lit if ii in. chili forming innti i nnl moving the coi -i ? ; onditlon w bii h > her physical .-in i vus taken \ ioleni i. my praising her el: most indignant Iy, VllShed til.' feet ?f hnve me shrink fn sary for a pnor, through n fei ling I -aid nothing, I Ing how many wo others. It must be nckn by the side of a. I: is, saving e.xeej.tii genial kindness equals in any I frji ii'llv intention! Ich? tho "cup of e 1 may u a less : in a wretched vintry night, pcr s ns regards re - of his neglected w ill io consequence. On urity, she oxcluhucd ul "What, when our Lord bis disciples, you would mi doing what is notes wretched child merely ut could not help tliitiU olii have left the care to owledgi il. however, t hat . of heroic charity there HIS, a great lack ..f I hat which .-bows itself to rouble by lnai.y little - in England and Ainor i)ldwuter"of the gospel. NEW ADVERT1SEM MNT.-l. \Y ra^- am idsrn Ladcll, Clairvoyant, .. pleased i future. Masonic Notice (S a called .nmunicatlon of Bre XX ltd Lodge N". Ml. a. .!?'. & a. M,, will be hstd ?, a THURSDAY, February 3nl. isus. mft S o'clock P. M. Work in the third degree. Vtsit i; y vv ?many invueu. R] T. MARA BLE, Secretary. f Srnt /At Wi AC KEY'S . . . . , RESTAURANT. (1 dont7~) Meals at all hours. First class Dill ner, 25e. From 12 to 2 P. M. The host that the market affords in every re speet. Game in season. Suppers fur? nished to parties on short notice. Cor. Washington Avenue nr.d 24th Sr. GiiORGt; Lt_>I'iriC;. At^r. E. W. JOHNSON Oo*TKACT< )K and !>(" I LDE1I NEWPORT ?EWS, VA. Plans and Spectticiit ions Piepnred oi Short Notice. HOTJSK WORK A SI ECU LCTt B. O. Chandler -CONTRACTOR. Grading. Excavating, Carting. Haul :i g of all Lind.--, promptly attended to Special attention to stevedoring. Mea md teams furnished at short notice. Office: 3100 Lafayette Avenue. *e 2-trr V. O Box: m 1 RY tiyc Opener a'J' THE 443 TWEN T y-EIGHTH STREBT, O VV. I id, Proprietor. A Gentleman's Place. Here ore a few of my specialties. Old Virginia Mountain Brands, Oitl Clammer Honey Blossom, Brad lock's Maryland Rye, rher.vooj .V.,,:, rve.lo, Tdonongahela. HopeweJ Sour Mash. Old Crow, Richmonidi Club. ? Taylor's Hand-made Sour Mash, Oscar Pepper, J. E, Pepper, Jefferson Club, Guckenhe4mer, Hurry 11.ii Club. Old Kentucli. Our Pet Eastern Rye, FTport Kentucky, Sher.and? ah and North Carolina Apple pie Brandy. The nest approved brands of rum, gin. cordials, etc.. blackberry. Sherry, Wild Cherry Wine and Port Wines. The finest brands of union made cigars. Everything flrat-class. (jo to the Bear Paw Buifet foi one of Todd's Nightcaps. EXTRACTING-.25 cents PAINLESS EXTRACTING.50 cents SILVER FILLING.r'? cents up GOLD FILLING.SI.00 up. TEETH CLEANED.75 cents. BRIDGE WORK AND CROWNS. 22 KARAT GOLD, ?5.00 PER TOOTH. Mil w/or-r*. Guesr-nrsteed. DR. F?. I_.EE ROBINSON, Dentist, P. O, Building, over Daily Press Of .ice, Newport News, Vs. Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays, 9 A. M. to 12 H /v The Public F.njoys It, ^ It Was a Hard Pill for the Merchants The '"one-third oil'" sale that we advertised last week may not have wrecked all/ the other merchants in the city, but it has kept Vhem guess in?-, and the old shelf-worn goods that have been brought out and reduced in price would make Noah groan with envy ii*he lived to this day to know that some of Newport News clothing dealers had gotten a part of t!;c stock that was taken in the ark. Our one-third off sale given you a choice of this season's produc? tion, and our original prices being marked plainly on the ticket, you simply have to select what you want and do 3 our own figuring. $1SOO Overcoats now J12.no Jrt.r.O Trousi rs now $4.33. 16 50 Overcoats now 11.00 5.00 Trousers now 3.33. 15.00 Overcoats now in.00. 4.50 Trousers now 3.00. 1250 Overcoats now 8.33. 4.on Trousers now 2.67. nc (i.oo : 0.00. ] 4.00. $15.o0 Suits now 12.00 Suits nmv 10.00 Suits now y.oO Suits now 8.00 Suits now 7.50 Suits now COO Suits now $1C00. s.oo. 6.67. 6.00. 5.34. 5.00. 4.00. XH& Banner Clothier, 2G06 Washington ave., Atlantic Hotel Building:. Every piece of goods must go. no matter what sacrifice. Our loss, your gain. "We have now three weeks more to close out our entire stock before moving to our new store. 2bT0 Washington avenue. Come early to avoid the rush. We will be better prepared to give you the proper atten? tion, as an extra force of help will await you. DKESS GOODS AND FLANNELS 45 cent Black Henrietta, Dress Goods, 42 1-2 cent Novelty Figured Dress loods, 25 cents. 25 cert Black Figured Mohair Dress o is, 17 cents. CO cent Black Figured Mohair Dress loods, 40 inches wide, 39 cents. 75 .-??ttt Black Henrietta, 40 Inches i\ ide, 47 cents. 37 1-2 cent Black Surge, 40 Inches wide, i2 cents. 30 cent All Wool Novelty Dress Goods, 16 inches wide, 22 1-2 cents. 15 cent Novelty Dross Goods, 27 In? ches wide, 11 cents. 30 cent All Wool Dress Goods, gray I mixtures, 19 cents. en.t 'Black and Blue Cloth, 54 in cent quality, at .?In . Ide. 35 25 cent Black Henrietta, 19 cents. $1.25 Black Henrietta, 87 1-2 cents. 25 cent Gray and Tan Mixture Dress Goods, 32 Inches wide, 12 1-2 cents. 36 cent Red and Brown Suiting, 36 ln ( lies wide, 23 1-2 cents. 12 1-3 cent Dress Plald?, 27 inches wide, 7 1-2 cents. so Worsted Dress Plaids, 4 1-2 cents. 35 cent Worsted Dress P.aids. 22 1-2 cents. Five pieces of large figured Fine Or? gandies, regular 15 cent quality, special 9 cents. in ln.-.h White Lawn, worth 13 1-2 cents, now 6 1-2 cents. 15 cent grey mixed twill Flannel, 111-2 cents. 25 cent Hod Twill Flannel, IS cents. ?15 cent Bed Medicated Flannel. 31 cts. is cent Red Twill Flannel, 11 1-2 cents. 37 1-2 cent Blue Twilled Flannel, 27c. LACE CURTAINS. y"ou will never have an opportunity to furnish your house wlUi them for as it tie money .as now. A starter?the 2 1-2 yards long, 29 cents a pair. A better grade, 3 yards long, 89 cents a pair. A still better grade, 3 1-2 yards long, $1.00 a pair. An extra wide and four yards long Nottingham Lace Curtain that usually s.-lls at $2.00 and $2.50 a pair, our price now S1.4S. The best values you have ever seen is mir J1.S3 and $2.48 a pair. Curtain Screen at 3 3-4 cents per yard. Lice Curtalnet at 9 1-2 cents per yard. Opaque Linen Shades at 21 cents. OTHER DRY GOODS. A few more remnants of Flannelettes left at 4 3-4 cents. Canton Flannel, 5 1-2 cent quality, at 3 3-4 cents. Canton Flannel, 6 cent quality, at 5 2-4 cents. Canton Flannel, 6 3-4 cents. Wool White Flannel, 25 cent quality at 16 cents. All Wool White Flannel, 35 cent quali? ty, at 2U cents. Cotton Soaker Flannel, S cent quality, at G cents. Yard v.ide Unbleached Cotton, 7 cent quality, at 4 1-2 cents. All Linen Hook Towel, 15 cent quality, at 10 cents. Extra large Turkish Towels, 15 cent quality, at 10 cents. 18 inch square Dinner Napkin, $1.2r, quality, at 85 cents dozen. 54 inch Table Damask, red border, 25 cent quality, at 19 cents per yard. 60 Inch half bleached Table Damask, 33 cent quality, at 21 cents per yard. 10 inch full bleached Table Damask, 35 cent quality, at 25 cents per yard. 60 Inch full bleached Table Damask, 60 cent quality, at 45 cents per yard. 72 inch all 'linen Table Damask, $1.00 quality, at 65 cents per yard. Marseilles Bed Spreads, 60 cent quali? ty, at 45 cents. Marseilles Bed Spreads, pearl hem? med, $1.00 quality, at 75 cents. Marseilles Bed Spreads, hemmed, $1.50 quality, extra heavy, 98 cents. Satin Bed Comfortables, a regular $3 quality, at $1.93. .Satin Bed Comfortables, a regular $2.50 quality, at $1.48. A full size Bed Comfortable, a regu? lar $1.00 quality, at 69 cents. A few more pairs of Cotton Blankets left at 39 cents a pair. Also a few pair Wool Blankets at $1.48. Better grade, that sold at $3.00 and $3.50 a pair, at $2.48. GENTS* NEGLIGE SHIRTS. One lot of Gent's Laundered Shirts, were 50 and 75 cents and $1.00, broken sizes to close, at 39 cents Unlaundered Negligee Shirts, were 50 cents, at 39 cents. Dark colors Negligee Shirts, were 40 cents, at 25 cents. S ift Negligee Shirts with pair of cuffs, regular selling price 75 cents, at 50 cents A few blue flannel shirts worth $1.50, our price now 89 cents. Gent's White Unlaundered Shirts, 33 cents. A better grade unlaundered shirts, 47 cents. An extra quality of unlaundered shirt worth $1.00, at 69 cents. Laundered White Shirts at 45 cents. A regular $1.00 Shirt, laundered, 73 ceaits. lift Iii Uff Home At Last. A New Year's Toast. '?Peace, happiness and prosperity to >u. this bright New Year. We con atulate you, that through the aid o? ttomas B. Henley & Co., you are a; St ei ntent in your own home. Mav you live Ions to dispense such hospi? tality." If. you desire this boon, let us help you with our advice as to future values in building lots, houses and farms. For Sale. On 44th street, between Wash? ington and- Lafayette avenue, is a nice 5-room house at $1,300. $100 cash and balance to suit purchaser. On Oak avenue, near 25th street, is a new dwelling with six rooms, at $750. $200 cash, balance on easy terms. t>n 27ih street is a nice new brick: building with store below and four rooms above. Price $1.000. Terms accommodating. Oa 36th street, a nice 7-room house with attic and city water. Price, $2,000. Terms accommo? dating. On 26th street, near Washing? ton avenue, Is a nice dwelling containing eight rooms and mod? ern improvements. Price, $2.700. Terms $700 cash, and balance in 6, 12 and IS months. On Lafayette avenue Is a nice dwelling of S rooms and attic, with city water. Price, $2.200. Terras accommodating. For ^ent. . .$'.0 00 .. 23 06 A very desirable store on Washington No. ti.jOS Lafayette avenue $20.00. niOS.Ii. HENLEY & CO Real Estate and Insurance. 2700 Washington avenue. NEWPORT NEWS. VA The Pleasure A Piano gives in a year will repay f.>r its purchase price. But the piarii s we sell los* many years and nie a constant source of pleasure and Joy. Our representative will call and see you at any time on the subject. No trouble to show catalogues end our prices. Call and see our stock. The Hume, Minor Co, 240 MAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA. oc l-F.Sa&Wim Our representative is In Newport TO HAVE A REPAIR DEPART? MENT IN CONNECTION WITH OUR LAUNDRY HEREAFTER AND FOR! 10 CENTS EACH YOU CAN HAVE NEW NECK BANDS PUT ON THOSE CAST ASIDE SHIRTS OlF YOURS, MAKING THEM ALMOST AS GOOD AS NEW. SEND US ANY OLD SHIRT AND WE WILL .MAKE IT DO FOR SOME TIMIv TO COMIC. ECONOMY IS THE ROAD TO WEALTH. DON'T BUY NEW" SHIRTS, BUT SEND US THE OLD ONES AND WH WILL PUT NEW LIFE IN THEM. Newport News Steam Laundry, 213 Twenty-seventh street, oa Kilo I UN & CALoWiiLL. Proprietors . ft Wynne & G?. Sei! the Best furkey, Oysters, Game, j ish or Produce j, R.Wynne SlCo., I "'or. Th irr y first st. and Washington live. I'horu- '27) ?. hoti 3m ? First class table board $ And r^ooms at I Mrs. M. E. Dcswells, i 105Twewty-st*venthSt. Hotand 1 cold bath Dinner sent if de I sired. Popular prices. \ I V R. E. J. APPLEWHITE, 5 / DEXTJST, ?Jfiice: 2S:h St., near Washir.j.'tou 'v Opp. First National Bank, f-1rr vT?.<?.iort N(.?5, V AJAX TABLETS POSHTVEl Y C?EP A. LT. Xrrro,;;; /../.sff?.x-*-.v? IVniung Mcrc 3? ?J ?J~:'. i::.r o'.t'.n:;, . Sl'^;,!. -.:.r.(. O'.O., CftUSbd T! bj AIiukj it o;i.rtr I'.v^is r.tid IihU* i, Tft*>/ <&U-fily nn<l finreljt Jjtvt V iii.lily in o'.l nrreunn. and ii forstadr, baainbcsor luirriago. yviut Infinity dii-.l ('(m^imirtior if Thair ? irw? ?i.tjws i:amcilir.ta irr.prcvo miiui i-.r.i) (.'i'..'--t* uC'i'I:!' vliuro nH ciher fu.il In. 8b? upon huvInK (he geouine Ajnx Tablet*. The; h.ivoctiro.l Ihoiisanilsii:; riiuur*, ycu. Wo r:ivo .1 po?. iliv'twritttjn ::n;iritiittv? ;o .-...-jet. u rum '-Cft rtTt- ir, r-irhcii-ftor refund t Im nior,.!/. lYke i?i 1* J ?i i>?; prick.iCM; or nix j>l:u?s llnil incifnioiit! for J2.IV). Ii; ranil. in I > 1 i i i i wriui-t. tip..;; r.*. i;.t. or -i< '> fircnlr.. tao AJAX REMEDY CO., 'SSPsf For sale in Newport News, by A. E. G. Klor. 1 23-tu, th, aa-ij. Griffiths & Lewis, j Griffiths & Lewis. ^Washington ave. and ft! Also Lake Block, 1 I Twenty-eighth Street i j n0i 42 Queen Street, I Newport News.Va. Iii hampton, Va f Now On At Our Two Stores ?1 In Cloaks, Capes, Lllankcts, Comforts, Dress Goods, j Silks, "Woollen Underwear, Towels, Tab!" Linens, Sheets, Sheeting's, Muslins, Percales, Ginghams, Flannels, Baby Caps, Skirts and Ladies' and Children's Shoe-. en is, Newport News and Hampton. SCHMELZ BROS., BANKERS, NEWPORT NEWS. VA. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. exchanges bought of the world. Aoeounls of Individuals, firms and corporations solicited. Collections made on ail parts of tho country. Foreign I and sold at lowest rata?. Foreign draft* issu-id on all parts IN OUR DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Dep?st*s receive.-", from 10 cents to J3.000.00 ?nd Interest allowed at the rate of 4 PEB CENT. PER ANTNUM. BATETT DEPOSIT BOXES FOB REN T. Only Bofsty boxes In the city secured by tlma locks. ?'.*. A. Post, President. J. R. Bn-inarto n. Vice-President. J- A. Willett, C;ishler FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEWPO?T NEWS ^PlTnL $103,000- SURPLUS $27,000 DIREC TOTtS : W. A. Poet, J. R. Swmerton, M. B. Crowed, 3d. V. Doughty, R. G. Bickford. C. B. Orcutt, I. Eugene White. J. A. Willett. Accounts of banks, corporations, merchants, individuals and firms invited. Wo offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and responsibility warrant. Sell cur owa drafts drawn on all principal cities of tha world. SAFE DEPOS] BOXES FOR KENT. B. WEST, P lent. Ii. S. JONES, W. E. VEST, Cashle: Citizens and Marine Bank OF K LWPOiiT NEWS, VA. CAPITAL S5O.00O. SURPLUS SlT.OOt) PAID 5ii DIVIDENDS. S13.SU!?. A general banking business. Every facility offered for safe and prompt transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of Cotporations. Firms and Individuals solicited. Special attention given 'o collections. Drafts drawn on all parts of the world. A SPECIAL SAVr GS DEPA^TrvlENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF $1 AND UPWARD. DIRECTORS: G. B. West. H. E. Parker, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jennings, L. P. Ste-arnes, E. T. Ivy. D. S. Jones, A. C. Garrett. J. M. Curtis. If you want a building lot $ Buy it of the mion Land Gomnai Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the city. Finely located bus its on Washington ave. Farms f Old I I I FIRST sr sale or rent in Elizabeth City, War? wick and York Counties. Dominion Lr^nd Gompanyi ROOM WO. 11. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M. ^ PURE ICE, iimif n! ARC, X. Incandescent and Bell Wiring done GOLD STORAGE, 011 short notice, ! ARG LIGHTS, Inspection guar^; Incandescent Lights, antecd, METE"0"C0NT*ACT\mmm vmm\ motor I Fixiures ai Fociory Prices! power.] -PHONE 251S. I 5??@8>@? ws '"lectric Lights; m ie No Dirt, g No Odor, - g No Matches, ^ V @ <* Peninsula Electric Light und Power Co. ? V NEWPORT NEWS, VA. W (+ @l ?V (Board of Directors meet thir.l Tuesday in euch month.) ^? Just Received. A 'arge and varried -'S-orlment of the hit 3t designs and sty'e direct from Xew York and take pleasure in \n\king the public to inspect same. Those in need of Wail Paper will do well to stop in Lash's Carpet Department where there will be several different sam? ple books upon the. table. You will not be req ested to buy but simply to look the stock over.