OCR Interpretation


Daily press. [volume] (Newport News, Va.) 1896-current, October 17, 1905, Image 8

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045830/1905-10-17/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

Princess Anne Man Kills Ccm
panion and Attempts Suicide, i
,
MANY crimes ARE COMWITTEdI
Front Rsynl Merchant Cuts His
Throat Because intended Wife Mar?
ries Another?RichmOsd Police
Look for Editor's Murderer.
'? (Si'tcial 10 the Pally ProHS.) t
NORFOLK. VA., Oct. Hi.?Priiiccsu
Aunt- county, Va . noted for its re?
markable and Irnglo occurrences, has
add'd aiiotlii i- i<> Hi" chain.
William II Davis, about years of
i . lei 'I- ml at his homo front bullet
wounds inflicted by -lohn .1. Dawby,
aged liU years, and Dnwloy is how in a
de iii i in- condition from burns re
i i iv i! ;?: ill- i ? ? - till nf his having hid
iliniseil in his lather's barn following
tin- fatal shooting, and sei lire to the
barn.
lie ^holding ?l Davis occurred Sat
unlay night, imwldy, ii is elmrged. |
had bei u liriuking and act bin in a dis
rj id ilj manner about a store kepi by
l, ti, - ii und falber in Pitugo dislricl
of I'rinei sh Anne county. The elder
Dawtey, to gel his son home, asked
I \u\ i to take him in the hitter's
tutu Davis consented to (he pistol t,e
Daw ley wanted a pistol which hiul
Momii tie" previously beoii taken from
llllU. Davis coliseum to the pistol be
in) given lo him. Tin- two men start?
ed i'ir tie- Ditwley homo, hut before
i in > had gotten very fur young Daw
ley dr. w hi:, pistol and begun IIring
lino Davis, Then Im jumped rroiii
t'uo buggy ami lleib
The nexl heard of hi mi was when
his father's barn was discovered to bo
on lire
Rejected Suitor Commits Suicide.
I/RON'!' ItO.YAL, VA . Oct. I?. The
body of Hamuel R. Richardson was
rouiul on the lloor of his meal mnrkel
yesterday morning, his throat being
cut iimiii i in- to ear. He had worried
a "rent deal id hue because the woman
he loved had married another man.
Editor's Murder a Nr.gro.
RICHMOND, tiet. IC?1161 Ii Hie
Itlclimond and Manchester police have
bees informed that t lie murderer of
?lacoli II. Thompson, the editor of thO
Ni w York Times, who was murdered
and robbed in the St .lames hotel in
New York on the night of Sept. s. Is
Manchester man ami the police of
both i.-ilies have been asked to keep a
sharp Idokoiil for him. He is a negro.
An HITCSl was math- tonight ill this
city oi a negro answering fairly well
to description of me supposed
murderer or ICdlUir Thompson, lie
gives i lie name of Moses Morton.
Killed Himself Instead of Hawk.
|t ICH MOND, On. Ift.?.lames M
Crsntir accident ally shot himself ye- ?
lerdny morning ami died almost hi?
lly in his homo, "Cedar Ijiwii," in
Hernien county, Mr. t inier was at?
tempting to slli-ol a hawk when lie
s'< ppcil IhtO a hole and fell.
.Mr Craiiar cntno from lm|lanti|K>lls
Reyeral weeks ago. IP- was a unlive;
of Ni/rth Carolina, lie haves a wife
and t vo children.
College Man on Trial for Murder;
I'ICVLMONI), Oct li..- ..oiiu W.
II elt -.. . "i years old, was placed on
l.i'lul 'i il"- Floyd county court today
1 it I.hnrgn oi murdering Mamie
K. Francis.
i'rapcif hot from nmbtish. The
I Illing iiecurrod two months ago while
I ? ' on in . ?in- to see Miss
' ??? i. iii lib fiancee, to whom lot
? ;' i have been married this month!
'?' ? ah1 alleged that Richards was
a rival suitor and hilled the girls
!? \ < !?.
T.bi." prisoner i.-- a last year law stu?
dent ol ile University ol Virginia and
had i.:i touching rcIumiI in Ploy!
ifouiity,
Firebugs at Dinwidilir
PKTKRBBIIltd, VA . Oct, HI. A. P.
At wood owner id ihb Burgdss farm
nf Burgess,, Diiiwlddjc, lost a number
0 outhouses last nighi at tin- hauls
? i -.n - li-itai'.? .-. Four buildings were
lei'iiiil vliii their contents of grain
"Hurricane" Brunch with his blood
hounds' went oi t lo tin- farm ihi
i\U nilng lo chtlenvor In run down the
Miftonliarics.
(tal'ani Have -t Murderous Fiflht,
CHR.! W5< . net |(i \ii. r |?. |,ad
' ? ? lai i ? by Joseph Toscnno w hile
li ? I U:;\i\ last night, Vlto Fn
' i'ctns old. drew a revplvier an'
III ?! Ill Tost lino. As In- feil in the
Htl'Ct'i ll'cgllo'S two KOHR, Pelero. 'Jo
'/?lit i i'.. titnl Anthony, It years old,
WiKi v I?u ? . ,| il,,. flglll, both drew
rcvolvi.-is and filed several shots at.
'ho liodj Toscnno was (load when
Hie police arrived.
ROOSEVELT STARTS WEDNESDAY
Will S"on Be in Dixie Land Where
Royal Welcome Awaits Him.
WASHINGTON, H c, Oct; Hi.
President Roosovell is busily en
gaged in preparing tor ids trip Hi rough
the South, on which he will start next
Wednesday at 8:30 o'clock.
For a considerable time he was at
work with Secretary l<oel> in clearing
ins desk of an accumulation of buki
lie**..
N^?r The Golf Club !
One of those gorgeous lots
overlooking Hampton Roads
is yourH for $3 000. Si/.e of j
lot 75 feet, fronting ou the
Boulevard: 300 feet deep.
Wo have only one at this
price?it's surrounded by fine
homes and the host bargain
we have ever olfored in thin
beautiful section.
Realty Loan and In=
surance Trust Co.
IRWIN TUCKER, Pre*.,
2711 WASH. AVE.
HAMPTON NEWS.
COL. ARMSTRONG
HAS PASSED AWAY
Unit Came lo This Well Known Gentle
man In a Washington Hospital
Yesterday Morning.
Colonel William Armstrong, whoso
ki lions illness wan announced in thei;-j
coluniiis last Krlilay, tiled in a Wash
iuglou hospital :it I oYI(k-|< yostcrduy
morning. No hrrangemerits have been
made lor ihr funeral, although ii is
expected that the burial will be ii?icl.*
Ill Washington.
Colonel Armstrong was widely
kfjOWIl as a lawyer, writer ami pollsn
efl gentleman. He hail Iniveled ox'.er
H'vely ami was a most delightful com.
|ll nion. ?
Colonel ArniMroii': was attorney
gcuurul or 'hi' Sandwich Islamic nr.
dt r Iii? reign of King Knlakun durlnu
Ihe administration of President
(Irani.
After Mr. Armstrong's Hcrvlee uiidot
li'iiB Kalnkus he published a news,
n.-iper in the islun.ils t?>i n few yen'-.-.
1.1 d iin ii returned lo the United
Si at OS, hil\ing ail estille on lltinipfon
Koail across 'he creek from the ^ >!
i'.; i ' Home. He lived there iltirii:;-.
Lite tipiq not glicht In travel.
Colonel Arms) roiig was n brother
of the late General Armstrong found?
er ol the Hampton Normal school, ami
I'm lo r of Messrs. M. C Armstrong,
Richard Armstrong, Miss Dorothy
Armstrong, of Hampton, and Mr. Ka
lurney Armstrong, of Chlcugo,
News of his denlli, while expected
here, caused much sorrow nmotig his
cit'ele ill friends.
LOCAL MEN TOOK
THREE OF PRIZES
Tournament at Pine Beach Did Not
Prove a Great Attraction
Yesterday.
The tournament at Pino Heaeli yes?
terday did not attract a largo crowd,
in>r was the ruling as exciting as hail
been anticipated. Only ten i>r twelve
knights competed tor the several
handsome prises. Mr. Krank Sinclair,
of York county, looll first prize: Dr.
l ay Sinclair, of the National Soldiers'
Home, wen second money; Mayor
Thnrtou K. .tones, of Hampton, came
in for third money, and Mr. ISdwin S.
('?Ulis, hi Hampton, was tiwnrded ihn
four!Ii money. i
The prises were llfMi, $7^, $10 ami
for some reason or other there worq
no riders nicsf-nt from Die Norfolk
I nl" as hud llCOII ex|,eelcd.
chaplain Jones, ?l the United States
loccivlng shlj) Krankllii, al Portsmouth
navy yard, delivered the charge to the
knights,
Ai the coronation I ml I last night,
which w:'.s held in ihe pavilion, Mr.
Harry it. Houston niailo the corona
lion address.
Miss l?llxaliotli Curiis, daughter of
Sheriff It, K. Curtis, was crowned
queen of love and beauty by Mr Prank
Sinclair.
Rumor Not Confirmed.
Accortling lo ii report in circulation
yesterday two women were knocked
overboard at Port Monroe by one of
the hawsers of a ship tying up at Old
Point. The closest investigation fail?
ed in substantiate the rumor and no
one aroiind ihe Old Point wharf had
heard of any women receiving an i-i
volunlary halb.
B-ick From Boston,
tir. .1. T; lloittelln reliiriieil yester?
day from n three weeks' vlsh to Mos
ton nnd oilier points. Dr. Ibmlollo
was much benefit! ed in health by
Ills trip.
Didn't Have a Quorum.
Tin- meeting of the county Demo
era tic cotnniittoe called for last night
failed In materialize on aecouiil nf the
la< \i >>( a ijuoi uin.
With Mrs. Wot thinoton.
Kocoiighlan Literary Circle, will
IH i ' 1 1 llli all' i i.i With V i ?. 11. II.
Carnegie Fund lo go to Ten
Brave Persons.
MONtY AWARDED TO RESCUERS
Woman Who Lost Her Life In Tryirvj
to Save a Negro Is Recognized as
Deserving and Her Children Are to
Get $1.000.
(Tly Anaoclutcfl Press.)
PITTSIIUIUI. I'A., Oct. 10. -The
Carnegie hero fund mude public this
afleruoou the result of its investiga
lion of a large number of erases which
were supposed to entitle the partici?
pants 10 recognition under the hero
fund provision provided by Andrew
Carnegie several years ago.
'l eu awards were made for heroes
in widely separated parts of tills conn,
try and Canada, among them the fol?
lowing: Wade H. Plummer, aged lf?,
en May 7. 1001, on Lyneh's river neat
Lutniir, s. c. saved a companion, .lohn
M. (iibsou, nged II', rrom drowning,
aller a despeiale struggle. The eoin
mission awarded him a silver medal
ami $t'iO0 te he devoted lo educational
purposes.
Mrs. Sadie L. Crnhhe. aged :i?, of
Cooper's Landing, Va., lost her life in
Kebrunry 11. I MI?, while attempting
to save from drowning Ralph Young,
(colored) aged lit. a lahorer. MrS.
Crabhe is survived hy her husband,
Charles, a son, aged !', and three small
daughters. The family is very poo:-.
Tin- commission awarded a brou/.e
medal and appropriated $1,000 to Lc
evpended by the executive eominitt?????
as it thinks best for the children.
Miss Anna Margaret Cunningham,
aged '?'-'<. a nurse at the Savannah Ihm
pltal, Savannah, Oa.. was awarded a
bron/.c niedal for her nan in the at?
tempt to save rrom drowning on May
20, 1905, Walker fulls, aged 21. an
attorney id' Savannah.
Worthlllgtoil in Kin:-; street. This is
a business meeting.
Will Co to Richmond.
The National Soldiers' Home 'bund
will stau today tor Richmond to par?
ticipate in the celebration of House
veil day there tomorrow.
Sheriff Curtis Out.
Sheriff R. K. Curtis, who has been
ill tor several .lays, was sufficiently re?
covered yesterday to be in his ofllcC,
Mrs. II. ,L MegglllSOII hit hy the
Cape Charles route yesterday lor a
l wo weeks' stay with friends in New
York.
Mr. II. Tuckscherer wem to Phila?
delphia last night.
Jerry Simpson Dying.
(By Associated Press.)
WICHITA, K AS., Oct. Hi. Con
gressmnii Jerry Simpson is low to?
night. The hemorrhage attack tonlghl
was unusually severe-.
SHOOTS THE CHIEF
AND ANOTHER MAN
Anniston Citizen While Drunk Kills
One Person and Wounds
Policeman.
(By Associated Press.)
ANNISTON, ALA.. Oct. Mi. .1 W.
TrinK is dead and Chief of Pollee Dill
wounded as a result of a shooting af?
fray here tonight.
L. 10. Pippin, overseer of the city
streets, did the shooting. All the
men were friends. Pippin had been
drinking during tin- day and tonight
he passed the city hall, on the steps
of which Mr. Trlgg and Chief Dill were
talking. Pip'pin, after speaking to
both men. drew two pistols and open?
ed tire. Mr. Trlgg fell, mortally
wounded, ami Chief Dill received two
painful (lesii wounds, after which ho
overpowered Pippin anil arrested him.
The shooting was without provocation.
AUDIENCE HISSES
DIXON AND PLAY
'Clansman," Presented in South Caro.
Una Arouses Hostility of the
Playgoers.
(SimulaI i,, tim Pally press.)
COLUMBIA, S. ('.. Oi l. 10.- Thomas
Dixoa's "Clansman" was presented
here Saturday nlghj lo one of the
largest audiences of recent years.
This may be partially explained by
the fact thai the scene of die play is
laid ;>'. Piedmont, this State.
Throughout the performance there
wore hisses from all pans of the
theatre, hui these were Increased when
Dlxon appeared before the curtain"
after the third in '..
Rev. Richard Carroll, a negro edu
calor of this Stale, who saw Hie play
by invitation, aft or war?* stated to th
author ilia' he was making "blood
money" from (he negro. He .said Ho
play would do great harm in Incitlpi
strife be'weui the rt.,
USE THESE
Classified
Advertisements
For your business opportunities
For all kinds of business wants .
For business helps and situations
To rent or to sell your real estate
For sale and purchase of merchandise
There is no other publication in the city
which reaches so many homes and busineBB firms
every day as does the DAILY PRESS.
Classified ads. arc inexpensive and
we KNOW llicy briny results . . .
lea word.
No advertisement less than 25 cents.
WANTED.
W ANTBD-^H B WANTS TO BUY,
Sell, Rent rind Repair. Have you
Keen him. FLEURY Typewriters,
:tl07 Washington avenue. Holl
l 'Phono 337. IO-17-?l
WANTED?A COMPETENT WHITE
cook: good wages; references re
quired. I. N. LEWIS, Quarters 55,
Kurl Monroe, Va. IO-i7-:it
WANTED- KM PLOY M ENT DY A
young man, Has seme knowledge
of printing. Address George, P. O.
M< x 222. 10-17-Ct
WANTED?TABLE HOARDERS AT
120 Thirty-second street. 10-1 l-GI
WANTED?FIRST-CLASS BRICK
layer desire s position. Address
.ItINES, This Ortlce. ll-10-Oi
WANTED?FIRST CLASS COOK:
good wages. Inquire <>f MI'.S. ii. I
PRESSBY, Boulevard, corner Maple
avenue. lO-.N-tf
WANTED- WOMAN WITH BXPlv
rlence in cloak department Apply
li. .1. LEWIS, J7ti; Waehingtou ave?
nue, Newport News. Ya. lu ll It
WANTED?TO BUY SMALL HOUSE
WANTED?EVERY PERSON IN
Newport News to know that we are
now selling Buckingham Llthla
Water, shipped direct from the
springs in five-gallon demijohns, for
7Ro. each. NEWPORT NEWS not*
TLINfi ('<). m i.-, iw
WANTED?YO UTTI ATTENDING
central school wants work nftcr
school hours. Can work from :!::i0
p. in. on the school days and all day
Saturday. Age. Hi. Address, .1. M.
'I'., caro Daily Press. IO-0-lit
WANTED?BUYERS FOR did) PA
pcrs, ai 10c per hundred; good con?
dition. Apply at DAILY PRESS
OFFICE. 0-20-tl
HELP WANTED ? MALES.
EARN ltl<; MONEY BETWEEN NOW
and .Iqminry im. agonts can make
hetween $5.00 and $10.00 a day sell?
ing our lino of FOUNTAIN PENS,
one agent is now clearing hot ween
$?10.00 and $50.00 a wick.' For
terms, catalogue, etc., address The
Sehlen fen Mfg. Co.; I'M Nassau
street. New York. IO-M-201
LOST.
LOST BLACK MALE BERKSHIRE
lion, weight about lf>u pounds. Re?
ward If returned to ALBERT DA?
VIS, Cypress avenue, just itcross
Sailer's deceit. It
FOR RENT.
KOK RENT?SINGLE FURNISHED
rooms for gentlemen. "2T.\ Forty
tifth street. 10-15-61
FOR RENT?TWO LARGE PRO NT
rooms, southern exposure. 3200
West avenue. 10-15-21
FOR SALE.
K()l7~sTuic~^T^ (T D. PHASIC,
$450.00, for $150.00, in excellent con?
dition. Call 3*308 West avenue be
j fore Thursday.
POR SALE?I COW. I HORSE, I
buggy, i set harness, CO chickens.
To sill cheap nl Ninth Newport
News, nl WATERMAN'S. 10-17-31
LOTS POR SALIC OK LEASE IN ALL
parts of the city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO., Hotel Warwick Bldg. 10-M lni
FOR SALE?WOULD YOU PICK HP
ii dollar If von saw it on the street?
Certainly you would; then shake
hands with progress and pick up the
dollars you save in buying from us.
The GBO. I). HAMPTON PIANO
CO., -Jin Twenty-eighth street. if
POR SALE?TWO DESIRABLE
lots. In the heart of Rivervlew. on
electric car linn. Prien $.'{f>0 cash
These lots nrn No. 5 and li, in block
No. 0, as shown on map of Rlvorv.lo?,
made by 0, W. Pitched, civil ntmin
. ccr. They have a froiitHgo of .'!0 fco!
cacti on Electric avonno and run
liffk t'"i feet. Address "HlVElt
VIEW.'-" caro Daily Press. l< :i I0I
special notice.
THE AMERICAN ICE CO. IS NOW
taking orders for coal, coke anil
wood; best service. Oflice ;n7
Forty-flfth Btroot Hell 'phono, 410
FRED GUTIERREZ, general mana?
ger. l?-2!Uf
..MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OK $:.<?
j to $1,000, ii per cent. Merchants
Mechanics Savings Association, AI
I Ian 1>. .lones, Secretary and At tor
! ney, First National Rank Building.
LT.-1 in
NEWPORT NEWS CHIPPING AND
Renting Co., cleaning boilers a spec
laity, contract or day work. First
class, labor furnished for $2.00 per
day. Office ::i7 Forty-flfth street.
FRED. GUTIERREZ, Manager.
I to-1 i-i r
11. N. COLE?CLEANING, PRESSING
and repairing. Best work, lowest
prices, Goods called tor and deliv?
ered. 22-1 Twenty-fifth street. Bell
'phono, 190. 7-20-tf
.1. L. MAR YE, CIVIL ENGINEER
ami Surveyor. 'Phones, No. With
Nelms, Mar ye, Boy en ton Aj Chapln,
Inc., real estate, insurance, ri nt3.
loans and investment bonds. 'J'ilT
Washington avenue. 7-22-C
EMBROIDERY OF ALL KINDS,
stamping ami drawing in different
designs. MISS AUGUSTA SM IDT.
::i7 Forty-seventh street. 10-8-121
restaurants.
WELCH'S R 10 S T A U R A N T. 21V
Twenty B t"l II street. Open evening':
until I2:.10 a. in. 10-1-tf
UNDERTAKERS.
W. E. ROUSE" FOR GOOD SERVICE
and line hacks. 2:tl-2:ili Twenty tilth
si reel. 'Phones, .".1.
.1. ii. CAFFEE & SON. :i:tid St. and
Huntington Ave Both 'plumes No. I;
residence, Hell 'phone, i 1.
coal and wood.
VV. V. CON ARD, SUCCESSOR TO
M uiniy & Conard, anthracite, red ash
splint coal, oak and pine wood. Citi?
zens' 'phone, 12:!; Bell 'phone, 12."
Office Twenty eighth street and Vir
gllllll avenue, under the bridge.
10-1-tf
tinning and plumbing.
YES, i INSTALL STEAM HEATING,
hot water heating, hot air heating
and latrohes. When I get through
the job Ik satisfactory. .1. A. VANDE
GRIFT, 290E Huntington avenue.
5-25-tr
furniture.
WAN'PED?TO BUY. SELL OR EX
change furniture and stoves. High?
est cash prices paid. C. W. LEWIS,
No. 'jri()2 Huntington avenue. tf
veterinarian.
DR. R.' R. CLARK,, REGISTEREl)
veterinarian. Calls answered any?
where and at any time. Office, 310
Thirtieth street. Botlt 'phones, II9.|
transfeb companies.
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS?
FER CO., N. F. Kctchlim, Manager
Office, C. Ac O. Station. 'Phones-. Reil
Nos. -101 and LK>; Citizens, No. 12.
TAKE NOTICE.
These Contractors are fair to D'nion
Labor and it would bo wise to lind out ?
who are Union Contractors before yon
b-t your work to them'. 10. Morgan. A.
D. Wallace, Joynes &(Rolph, Mr. Cash,
Mr. Phipps, Mr. Richardson. Mr. Dritt-1
son or any others who will employ,
only Union Labor.
By order or District Council, U. B.'
of C. and .1. of A. sat.lu.lh.sal.
NOTICE!
To All Whom il May Concern:
Take notice thai I. WILLIS PAYNE*
have purchased all stocks of S, Bum-'
no i held, at No. 3404 Huntington Ave.
cm 0-I2t WULLIS FA YNE.
(Jive the Children
a Chance.
Plenty of room for them lb
play, pure air and pure water,
unrestricted opportunity for ex?
ercise, go u long way towards
making them strong, whole?
hearted men and women.
(live them all Of those oppor?
tunities by taking advantage uf
the following offer.
We will sell a beautiful six
room house, witli nil modern
conveniences, located near the
Boulevard, for $25.00 cash and
$15.00 per month, Sco
Walter Charnlcy,
Makaoki
Real Estate Department.
2700 WASHINGTON AVE
TRUSTEES' SALE.
TRUSTEES' SALE.
Of Valuable House and Lot Situato in
the County of Elizabeth City, Va.
Default having occurred under the
terms of a deed of trust, ilalud Iho
20th day of July, 1800, and recorded In
Deed of Trust Hook. No. 17. page 384
et seq., in tlie clerk's ofllce of (lie coun?
ty of Elizabeth City, Virginia, executed
by John Bedford and wife to the under?
signed, by request of the party secured,
we will offer for sale, in front of tho
premises, on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1005,
at 4:30 o'clock p. in., tho following
property us described in said Deed of
, Trust, known as lot No. sixty-four
Oil), on "Semple's plat of J. HolTol
flngei's Williams Land," recorded In
I)ce,l Book, No. 20, lingo :MI), clerk's
office of Elizabeth City county: logoth.
er with the buildings and Improve?
ments, etc.
TERMS?Cash sufficient to pay tiio
indebtedness due anil remaining un?
paid to 1 lie Union Rnvlngs Bank of
Washington, D. C, with interest and
expenses of snlo and of the execution
of the trust: bnlnnco to Im paid upon
terms to lie announced at. time of sale.
A deposit, of $150 will bo required at
time of sale. Terms to tie fully com?
piled with within ten (ID) days or
property may he resold at risk of de?
faulting purchaser.
JACKSON I! RALSTON,
E. QUfNCY SMITH.
Trustees.
This sale has been adjourned to be
held on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1903, at 2:15
p. m.
By Order of the Trustees.
WILLIAM C. STUART, Attorney.
lu-1-14t
AMUSEMENTS.
IttLHY ? 061. I?
CMARLLS FROH At AN PRBSRNTS
Wm. H. Crane
IN TIIK Nt:\\ COMEDY
?"The AMERICAN LORD"
Pricey: 25c 50c 75c. 81.00 arid Jl 50.
SAI.R NOW OPP.N
Acfldemt SB
MISS FLORENCE DAVUi,
supported by ELLIOTT DEXTER,
in the Exquisite Romantic Comedy,
ThePloyer /vl?ici"
Prices, 25c to $1.50. Sale now open.
f %<*doi)l 0Iii, IS)
? LAURA MILLARD.
Supported bv a Company of
mi \ RTI8TS 1*0
in the Fantastic Japanese Opera,
"[HE GEISHA"
Sale eow open. Prices, 25c to 't. 1.00.
j mm.?Nuht sm. flu, j?i
The Popular Favorite,
1-fARRY BERESFORD,
Presenting i
THE WOMAN HATER.
A Continuous Laugh. A Spasm of
Laughter. Fun?Charming, Pure,
Wht loHomi ? Pun.
Prices,?Matinee, 25, 50, 75c; Nicjht,
25c to $1.50. Sale now open.
Is Your Money
Earning 5 Per Cent?
! I r not, yon Have mild t.uro any of Ilia
ohms "<:" I'reforrofl Stocks nfilia Merchants
Mechanic* Kavlngs Aisoolailon This latest Is
mo of HlockK liy this Conservative savings Iiiiii i
tioinn pays to (lie holder 5 Par Cent minimi
dividend*, |iAynlilc semi umiiiiiliy, mimaim-nd
I by tin- onllrc asset* of tho KMOClstloil mid Is u
most desirable anil safe loini of InvoalhlR vmii
money, Cerlllicalcs for lliNcloek inny tic i>m
I scnti'itr.ir phj i,u>ni at any tpno l?y )hc hoMsrs,
Only a limited amniinl of Hi la stock will Im U
?*uc?I. Put In your application mid lot yior
I savings cam 5 I'or Cent. Insica.4 of sn'l I
Per Cent.
Merchants-Mechanics
Savings Association .
JOHN I.OWIJRY. ALLAN t?. JONflft.
President, Ki-ty. ami ah t,
WiM. (IARNBR, A. ROSEN HAlIM.
Vice-Pro). Tina*.
First National Hank Huilriiwj.
PERFECTIOiN
Iwis linen reached in tho equip
menl of our new saloon - up-to
date In every respect. Many a
time, no doubl, you would (Ike lo
have had it cool glass of beer or
n pa la table drink of liquor, but
the environment of tho ordinary
saloon wan such that the desire
was not gratified. Here, n drink
can be enjoyed to Ibc flllleol ???;
tent, where sanitation and Service
y. 'relun supremo,
: O. W. TODO,
313 TWEN i Y LIGll III STREET.

xml | txt