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!l-CHLOR!DE TABLETS I Annie Wlsij Smith's Attcmpl lo Er:i)| Her Lifo Way Prove SucccssiuL ?NFORTUNA1E WOMAN AT OIK El After Ti ymg to Cut Her Thront I lie Girl, Who is an Inmate of a House in Phoebus. Finally Swallowed the Deadly Drug?Chances lor Recovery Ate Doubtful. Annie May Smith, a young woman, Who lives in :i hdUSR in I hocbuli, li' : near death's door in IIn; Dixie l.los pital, as Hu- iesiill of an n'ltwiiipi 'til eulcide mad" by her iasl WeduoH day c von lug. I' was given till) Iasl night thai the ohances for Hi'' recov? ery <>f lb" youiig woman uro ninall ISvcryHilug possible Diti i beeil done lo keep lb" imitier a r.ecrcl. but Hi" ?tacts in connection wl'li Hi" iilto-mlil ai r.clf deslruction leaked out ycivler day. The young vornan boon in c insanely Jealous and. before lairing four!ecu or lirteen chloride luidels. r.lio ;i? templed I" end her lit" by cull lug flier throat. Other Inmate. ?>r (in liousc, \yiilch in co'niitioled jry Mainle Shafcr, provonled Hi" woinlin from culling her Ihroal. I t*#? i- Annie May Smith went to her room, locked the door, and Iben kwail?wod Hie I a blets ?"When it. war; discovered Ilia' tin woman bad taken polsoii slin wan i moved to the Dixie Hospital. Dr. .l.ir i"lt. who luttendnd the woman found ?tier in line agonies of death and 1 he treatments known have been re sorted to without bringing about her recovery Utile Is known <if the history of the woman. Slid Is said lo 1mvo come from Newport News. Should the woman die In George Is. Vandersllcn, Hie coroner, would probably deem an liejiiesl noiressarj*, and I'he facts In itinnecllon with the unhappy life of Annie M.-iy Siicllli may tlii-u be brought to light. Army Notes. Capl. Coriielus DeWj Wilicdx. Ar tilery Corps. Is detailed as a member of the examining board at Port Mon? roe. Va , vice ('apt. Harry P. Jackson. Artillery Corps, hereby relieved. Capt. .lames M. Williams. Artillery] Corps, will proceed to Fori Monroe,| Va., for consultation with Hie artil? lery hoard. "(WO MASTKD SCHOONER SINKS. William H. Van Name Pan Inlo | Wreckage o'f the Barge Oaks. Tb? schooner William II. Van] Name, with -,7<>n bushels of oyster's | on board, was sunk' off Horse Shoe liubt in Chesapeake Hay Saturday iiiglil about !i:S0 o'clock. The schoon? er was bound from Hainplon I toads to Kcypdrti N. .1., ami was in command of Captain Simmons, the crew nuiri boring four meii. The schooner struck the wreckage of tin- barge Oaks and sank within | a short lime afterwards. The crow escaped in llic small boats, but had serious trouble In making their way hack to Old Pont. The William II. Van Name was about I bitty years old. but was prac prm; FOR THE M?K OF T?STE Easier is loss than Ivvol weeks "II-. 'S"? >ti"rI heller gel your new Spring Snii now, Voh'II f? ticl Iii?.-. largest and niosl exclusive showing "I garments in (his iniiriPiisc chewing. Men's Suit* from $I05QQ \ $25.00, Boys' Suite from $2.00 to I6.SQ. Frankel & Eisemtmn, MW, Queen 8t. Hampton, Va. MAMI'TON'S lll-ST ST ORB Gloves and Other good kinds. Wo wore fortunate in roeeiv; lug another good shipment <>r long Cloves yesterday, ami of for today. In all Kl/.cs: Illach and whit.;, should'.r length Silk Cloves, w'th doublo tipped lingers; 75C 89c and Black and wh te elbow length I.isle Thread Glove:;. 9Qn worth Ti'ie. UUt. Kronen Kid Skin, dressed and ."KKif" ,:,"v,,-s ? $3.00 shoulder Ichgtlhi Double-lipped ringers, gunr itnteed silk Cloves, In white, hlack. tan. mode, pearl, -navy I. KOr? grey .uuu tleally robitlli al.I tyvo years ago. The boat Iii valued at about $2.500; while I be cargo of oysters was worth llhotll J 1.5(10. The home port of the vessel is Halt Ilhorn. F. I.. ORDERED 10 NEWPORT NEWS lie Wit I Become Executive Officer of the First-ClasB Battleship Louis? iana Now Building. Lieutenant ? Cotuuiander Frederick Lincoln Cbapin, now connected with Hie bureau of navigation in Washing ion. Is to lie the first, executive officer of the first-Class battleship Louisiana, building at the plant of tho Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. Lieutenant Commander Clinpln has been ordered to report to tho ship? yard for duly in connection with the fliiill work' on the Louisiana mid lo assume the duties of executive offi? cer when slio goes into commission; Commander Chapln was appointed to the navy from Illinois in Septem? ber, 1870, ami has seen fouri-con years of sea duty ami Ion years ami eleven months shore service, lie has been connected with the bureau of navigation since last October. FINE PROGRAM ARRANGED. Musical and Humorous Program Will On Given in Armory Hall. W'hal is promised as one of lh>> most charming entertainments Is the musical which will be given in Arm? ory Mall, Thursday night, by the members of the Sunday school of I he Kind Methodist cliureli. The program will include humorous selections.- Tito musicians (Hiking part are among H?? best on I ho I'eninsiilii. Mr. Samuel Addison has charge of Die program. Tho proceeds will be devoted lo Hie Sunday school work of the First Moth odist. church. Seats have been placed'on sale at Gardner's. Kccoughtan Literary Circle. The Kccoughtan Literary Circle will meet with Mrs. Samuel Gj'rdpn Ciimmng, in lOast. Queen street, this afternoon at I! o'clock. The meeting is the? regular musical session na.l P. Is also expected that officers for the coming year will be cIlOBOl. Aged Colored Man to Marry. .lames Henry Dyke, colored, who gave bin age at 70 years, was grant cd a license to marry Sophorla Ilat len. 50 years old, by Clerk of the Courts Harry if. Holt yesterday. GOVERNMENT WILL ERECT NEW WURF HI OLD POINT New Structure Which Will Be Much Latgcr Than Present One Will Be Gompret?d Before exposition. New,; han Just been received here of the intention or i ,c government to erect a new wharf at Old Point Com loil. It it. expected that Hie larger wliarf will be erected so as to be ready tor line by the I line of the opening of the Jamestown exposition, Draftsmen are now at, work on Hi; plain; for the wharf, which, It I? r.ald, win Include a lwo<jlory office build Ing and storage room. The now wharf will be much largei than Hie present one. 'Phis announcement of tho Intention of the government to build a larger wharf wipes out the rumor that has been going the round? lo (lie effect Hi' i Hi'- wir dopaitmeiit would dls continue passenger sLealitct'H and other vessel? slopping n< Old Point, wharf PIPE ORGAN TO BE GIVEN TO A HAMPTON CHURCH Senior Aid Society to Present Instru ment to West End Memorial Baptist Church. In celebration of the third anniver? sary id' the Senior Aid Sixdoty of; the West. Memorial Baptist Church the members of the organization wen 'handsomely entertained by Mrs. Gco. Ansou Schmelz, in her residence across Hanipton 'lirldgt. Thursday aft ornoon. The mouthers of the Junior Aid society were the guests of the senior organization. Officers of I be senior society wore eleclcd as follows: 'President?Mrs. Hubert S. Hud gins. Vice Presidents?Mrs. Hunt mud Mrs. Idriiest Ford. Secretary-Mrs. John ('. Tucker. Treasurer?Airs. (Icoi-go A. Schmelz The reading of Hie annual report showed that, the society 'bad raised ?:i77. 'Pin- society determined to purchase a handsome pipe organ, which Is to be presented to i be church. Mrs Selluielz's homo was decorated in pink, and pink carnations were preset!led to each guest as a. sou? venir. Itcfreshmoiils were served Mrs. Krank C. Itees sang. REVIVAL SERVICES. Bey. M. Aslihy Jones, D. t).. Preaches lo Immense Audience. Another large atidlehcd ntte'uded th'o revival service's in I bo Hampton Baptist church last night. It-.-v. M Aslihy Jones, l> I)., who is assisting IdU brother in I'he service:;, preached a powerful sermon. The meetings are drawing large congregations. Hampton Chapter ?. of C. 'i'lin Hampton Chapter. Daughters or Hie Confederacy, will meet Ibi s afternoon at :t o'clock in the attdltu Hum of t'lie Young Men's Christian Association. This is the. regular monthly meeting, LIT ER AB Y SOCIETY ENTERTAINS. Good Progr?m is Rendered at the Phoebus School. ' Franklin Literary Society held Its regular monthly session at the 'Phoe? bus Graded School yesterday after? noon. The following program wus rendered: America--Society. Heading? Gladys Hewkln. Recitation?M'aobolle Clark. Reading?Helen Parrel I. Song?Society, Reading?Hal t to Marshall. It eel tal ion?Addie Johnson. Reading?.1. W. Honneville. Song?Society, Reading?Tom Rryau. Critics' Report. Star Spangled Manner?Society. Hampton's Leading Clothiers. If you wish lo see the nobby, good and new styles In Men's nnd Hoy's Clothing tit the Right Prices, jusl slop nl Carmines A. Dlggs'. They are head? quarters lor them. % We can also fit you out with a John u. Stetson Hat, from $3.50 to $5.00 Also a full Hue of Hats from 50c to $3.00' Don't forget we make Suits, lo order from $15.00 to $-10.00?fit guaranteed. 26 and 28 West Queen Street, Hampton, Va. AMUSEMENTS. i Gr'a7h5~mTm^^ I ENTERTAINMENT. ?at? Armory Hall, on Thursday Evening, APRIL fi, 1906. Benefit of Sunday School of Fits' M . Vi. Church South. Reserved souls op sale at Oufrltter'a Drug Store. v ? . ? : ?ap l-4t Wo have in ado arrangements for supplying the wants ul* every? body in flowers For Master. You should place your order with us at once, as Ihr early orders we can guarantee. Anything in the Hower line you want we will get it. Butter come in early and let us know what are your wants. Candy Acceptable B&ster Presents What's better to remember your friends with on Easfcr morning than a box of ffnyler's Chocolates or Bon-Boils? We arc the sole agents lor these candies in Hampton. We can supply you in boxes of from oiie to five pounds. Toilet Articles Here in Abundance Visit our store and inspect the line of toilet articles to be found Injre. , We still yell the beautiful little gold fishes that make an at? tractive gift at any season <>f the year. Look at the fishes in the big "Water tank'* in the center of the store. W. P. PHILLIPS, Manager, West Queen 51, Phone 504, Hampton, Va. Bring Your Prescriptions Here, Night or Day" HENRY L SCHMELZ, FRANK W. DARLING, President. Vicc-President. 1 HAMPTON?VIRGINIA. Is the Oldest and Largest in Either Hampton or Newport News. CAPITAL, - - - - $100,000.00 SURPLUS & PROFITS, $100.000.00 DEPOSITS OMER ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The only designated Depository in the State of Vir? ginia in Eastern Virginia. We make loans on Real Estate?Not Prohibited?as are the National Banks. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINQS DEPOSITS. [ NELSON S. GROOME, Cashier. ELjLPAOJLftJLg 0 P P P P P P P 9 P P P 1LQ 2 CPJLttflJt P fl P P 0 P P ft P P 0 0, P..P fl 0 f j p <?i FOR SALE One lot. centrally located, on the west r.lde of Mallcry Ave., Phoe? bus, Va.. can he bought very cheap for cash. Ask for particulars. Owner going North. A six-room house and two lots in liast Hampton. Va.. can bo had at a sacrifice?for. less than wh it the house alone cost. Owner mov? ing away. Two (2) Suck Hoe lots for sale. $100 each. A bargain. I/Jts on La Salle Ave., and the Boulevard are sure to prove gilt edge investments. Cull to see me about these. RENTS 2fi Armlotead Ave.. Modern Improvements. 10 rooms....$18.00 ,'tti Armhitend Ave, Ii rooms. 11.00 224 i.olt. U rooms. 10.00 4G8 Holt, ft rooms. 7.00 313 Kim street. fi rooms. 700 Either of two cottages near Lordloy's Crossing. F?.&0 Largo dwelling on N. King, Modern improvements . 20.00 A neat 3-room cottage in EastHampton, on car line. COO 315 151m street. 0 rooms...,. 11.00 Peal Estate, Rentals, Fire Insurance, Loans, General Auctioneer and Notary Public. 0 and 11 N. King St. . ?Phone 50. HAMPTON, VA. Notice to and Btiilcfe? Since the change in the firm we are 3u better shape to furnish on the shortest, uotioe, any tiling you may need in our line than e' er. Promptness in shipping and. satisfaction in stock guaran? teed. Try us. Hampton Sash & Door MPgCo., Hampton. Virginia, Phone 72, Look Box 187. I HAVE FOR SALE Country and Jordan's Hams, pure Butter, Canned Vegetables and Fruits. Imported Olivo Oil (half pints and quarts), Canned Meals, Chicken, Fish and Soups, Olives (plain and stuffed). Canned-Plum Puddings, Cream de month, plain and with cherrrles. Mar? aschino Cherries; all brands of Whis? keys. Wines, Rums, Gins, Brandies, Ale, Porter and Boer, for family and medicinal use. Fresh Garden and Field Seed. Goods sent lo any part of theceuuty at short 'phone notice. No. 19 Queen St- - 'Phone 486. QEO. R. W0O?, Notice to the Public and fly Patrons: Please lake notice'that .we are going out of the Pawnbrokiug Business by the 1st of April. All those that have pledges In our place will please re? deem same, until above data. Unredeemed pledges of all kinds for salo cheap. R. Shiakowiiz, 60 W. QUEEN ftTRKIJTY HAMPTON. VIRGINIA.