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PLAN HOME FOR SAILORS'
Place to be Built in flew YorK City (op Seamen. PROTECTION Mm CRI.?P3 Society That Has tue Interest ot Jack Tars at Heart Proposes to Erect a House Voliere he Can be Safe From Evil Influence. (Special to Hie Dally Press ) NT \V YORK. April 28.- Tin- Sail ore' Hume, iWJ < 'hel-ry Street, a fen din of .the eily's life for si\ty Iiv? ? years lias i?een sold in che elly to l? used tis an anchorage foe the Man? hattan Bridge. Tb.- plaee in the sailor's life ami the eily's Iii?' which I iiu: .i.l.l Home filleil has lira been sup piied, and the Board of Thifiie.es pre j poses to meei I'he gir-nt lioed of the s-biioi; liy eroding :i new Seamen's institute i.ii in.>.b iu lilies. Han* hiiv< been prepared for a I suitable building, which will be ill viilen Into the following depart? ment:; : Rooms for aboiit Sir. nieri, Ihitt pari modelh il alle r ib.- Mill- Hotel Pre.' Shipping Bureau where ship oy/enm can secure seamen without nie payment fees lb stiipmasturs, aiid seamen will net lie com pel I nil in pay "hlood money" lor the privilege iii'i earning t. hard living * Social, reading, writing smoking end ginne rooms [ Banking u.-iiiii. where sailors can dep.'.sii their wages. Auditorium for lecture!-, concerts, | 000, paid tor outright, and the esti? mated cost of the building and equip? ment will be $225,000. und it is the desire of the Board of Trustees that there shall h.> no mortgages nor debts that tie- approximate amount of mon? ey required he paid or promised before building operations are com? menced, und the benevolent ublic is appealed to 'confidently, as tin- great needs of New Vdrk only need to be known to in- b< artily responded to For the Metctvant Seamen. The needs of the naval nieu in this purl are handsomely provided for, ami we wisli to provide as comfort? ably for ib,. worthy men-haul sea men. They need enoymetil, recrea? tion, home comforts, boarding places, ami ile- minist rat ion of the tiospel. Crimps, saloon keepers, boarding house masters, low class lailors loo-;,, women, look upou them as lawful prey. Two hundred ami fifty thousand seamen enter und leave New York every year; 5,0011 board ashore; crimps and evil persons are combined against them; "blood money" must tie paid before the S.'lllor eels a chance in earn his living. This In sllliite Is designed 16 help all classes ami grades of seamen ami give the sailor free trade in selling his labor. nj'orie desiring to eontrlhuie to ihn bidding fitild may send checks to Clarence <:. Pinnen, assistant Treas nrer, 7t? Wall Street, New York. HE PEW OUT FOR TERM. Pivyficlan Says He Suffers From I Senator Depow, who left Washing Ion a month ago mi I lie advice of his '' physician, will not, in all probabil? ity, resume his seat in the Senate ? luring i lie present session. Since he returned from the capital the Senator has been in retirement in Westehester Cniihjy,. seeking seelus ?Nervous Breakdown. We have a fine hotel, bar and restau? rant business for sale. It la earning a large tucmne now and Its business ha.i shown a steady Increase for twelve months past. This Is an exceptional opportunity for a guoil ruau. Realty Loan and In? surance Trust Co. IRWIN TUCKfcK. Prt*., Mil WASH. AVE. i., the only guarantee of rest;" VVi111 ihi- Senator arc his srm, ('. M Dej w ji . and Iiis nelee. ,Miss An t.a D.-pi-w I'.iuliug. Beadles taking autt.moidlc trips over the West Ches? ter mads when the weather permits, Senator Depew gives sonn- time to mi. ti tunnels of business as are tak en to hint by his nephew, Charles C. Caiihliiig, of counsel for the New York Central, who lives at Ardslcy on-Hudson. "it wa--, confidently ex per led when tin- Senator relumed from Washing? ton a in..alb ago " said a member id' his family yesleniay. "11131 after a rest oi a c.io.l. weeks he would In able to return to bis Unties at jhe capital hm t.e bars not mended as we hail hoped. II.- certainly seems to PROPOSED HOME FOR SAILORS. Handsome modern structure to be erected alOiuj Hie water front so seamen can have a place to slop while in New York and be sate from evil iiillueiir.es and Ihe uraBpinn power of tile "Crimps." and jgf>h?ra| lehti rtaiHnimim. Chili i'i?'"iu!i [ur officers iiiul engl neers Meadojuai'lei-H for all Ilm activities of Ilm SiH-li'iy. Chapel where religious work ol an interdenomiiiatiomil character can he carried on among' lln> H.uihl seamen iii Hi.- Imihoillain ?riHnity. Location Of the Proposed Institute. A lunsl desirable |ilm of tnhil. (15 v IBS feel, has lieeh bought at the >!. R. corner of \Veni ami .la no Streets (opposite ihn Cimarij lim1 piers an.I lim new CJioisea Pocks hitjll hy H.ily, centrally located in The mlilsl of I In- largest aggregation of shipping in America. Tin' I'll-1 ol Hu- laiiil has been il?. I loh Ml ohtlllii Iii,' r,-si dial ii Is urged will ijiofc rcriulnly limn anything eine colli rihlllo to his n'sioral ion in health. Tiiiil hi- is Kiuyliig in the villa i i Mrs. ICIIIoi i V. Khepard, bank ? >f Kt'iirhnrough, Is denied. Iloih t h. Senator's physician nnil a mouther or his family say H?ll ihn soli- reason for withholding iiitorm-ii I.is 10 his I'xtii-j ivherenhonis Is In afford liim i ilii' privacy wlilionl which absolute I I. si Would he impossible. I "on,' who is so much in ill*' public eye iiH Mic Senator." said ihn phy? sician, "could uoi avoid contact wiih many people, and would he iinavoid ahlj drawn iulo the discussion of nil sorts of subjects, so that seclusion As the tea kettle was the beginning of the steam engine, so the ordinary soda cracker was merely the first step in the development of the perfect world food Uneeda Biscuit. A food that gives to the worker more energy of mind and muscle?that gives to the child the sustenance upon which to grow robust?that gives to the invalid the nour? ishment on which to regain the vigor of good health. 50 In a dust tight, moisture proof packagg. NATIONAL BISCUIT. COMPANY have benefited ri*oiii ilie rest he has taken, and, If governed ?>>? Iiis own Inclination, would undoubtedly go brick Id I lie eapllal, as he is deeply lni_eresii;<| in ihe subject of rate; leg isliiilon, now under discussion." 'I lie following statement of Sena? tor r,.-pe"w's condition is taken from a communication addressed to a member of (he Senator's family hy nr. pea reo Bailey, of No 52 West f>:ird si reel: "Senalor De-pew has lieen miller my rare siliee last aiiliimn. He Is suffering from a nervous breakdown, iIn- result of prolonged strain. I now expect him to make good recovery ami resume his sensatorlal duties. Por shell a resull a Complete rest of several months is imperative." Mr ilnlley yesterday confirmed t lie foregoing and admitted that the per? iod of real prescribed would preclude the return of Hie Senator fo Wash? ington before ilie end of the present session. Dr. Bailey declined to an? nounce any material improvement in ihe Senator's condition. Concerning the report that the Senator would shortly leave for Kn rope, Mr. Paulding said yesterday that no plans In that direction had as yet been made by the Senator.--.\*ew York Tribune. LOOPHOLE FOR WALSH. Question of Wilful Intent May Free Chicago Banker. (Bv Associated Press.) OIllCAHO. April 23.?District At? torney ('. B. 'Morrison has declared ?hiil If ii Is found after Investition by Hu? government, that the railroads believed heretofore to he owned by John It. Walsh, were in reality own? ed by the Chicago National Bank, of which lie was I tie president, Hie chat/res against .Mr. Walsh of misap? propriating $3,0(10,000 of Hie funds or ihe bank will he nullified. II is said that In the statement submitted yesterday to the govern? ment Mr. Walsh says the directors and slock holders of the (bank owned I the rullroad property, and superviaed its operation. Mr. Walsh is said to nave acted as president ci the bank, and not as actual owner of the rail? road. The case of the government under the federal st?nde rests on the "wil? ful intent" of the defeudent. If the railroads to which the money was leaned were owned by ihe bank ami not by Mr. Walsh, lie was the agent of the bank in loaning money to 1 them, and, according to Distrlcl At? torney Morrison, could not have been guilty of wilful intent to defraud the bank. OHIO MAY WANT FORAKER. H- M. Daiigherty Thinks Senator Will Be Presidential Candidate. (Special to the flatly Press.) WASHINGTON. April 23.?Al? ways Interesting when discussing Ohio politics. Harry M. Daiigherty. of Columbus, expressed some plhon.-t yesterday which doubt less will lie found good rending to Iiis fellow citizens in the Ruckeye State. "Ohio," said this prospective candi dafe for nomination lor governor i.i liios. "will have! ;i candidate for Presi? dent to present to tin- next national convention. The indications now are thai Senator Pornker will be the man. especially since It seems to be set iled. that Secreinry Tafi is going on ihe Supreme bench. Mr. Foruker has shown himself to be one of tlie most intelligent and careful statesmen in Congress, and is looked upon as one of the most capable of the distin? guished men now in Senate. "The Senator's prestige has in? creased greatly during the last year, and Iiis strength at home has been pal pa by enhenced. I look upon his speech on the railroad-ratrl bill as a masterpiece. It has convinced a great many people that there are two side.-, to the f|iieslIon that lias been agitating Congress and the' country. I have heurd the most favorable com? ments upon It. not only in Ohio, but in the Rast, where i have been on business." AMUSEMENTS. the Wells.Dunne-Hai'lan Musical Comedy Company in the Re-Union ?Of? LITTLE CHIP and MARY MARBLE, In the Hew English Comedy, "GLORIANA." CHEAP ADVERTISING CASH IN ADVANCE. ONE CENT A WORD. Advertisements under classified heads in this column will be Inserted at the uniform rate of one cent a word tor each Insertion. No advertisement, however entail, less than 25 cents for the first Insertion. Cach In advance invariably. Special rates ma.tc cn long must be made In writing. WANTED. WANTRD?ONR GRNERAL HOUSE work girl, also one nurse. Apply CAPT. STOPFORD. SOUTH. PORT MONROE. 24-?l WANTED?FURNISHED II Oll S R nt Buck roe Reach on water front, for July. Address, BUCK ROE. care Daily Press. * 24-111 WANTRD?YOU TO LOOK AT those cheap lots we are ottering nt ihe Exposition grounds. STEWART ft. MIDCRTTR, No. 183 Twenty fifth Street. up 22-31 WANTRD?A QUICK PURCHASER for house, and lot nlcrty located in Last End; only $1,100; must be sold at once. STEWART At .MID? CRTTR, No. J33 Twenty filth Street. up 22-Sl WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW thai the most enchanting trio in ihe visible universe is a clotitllesK 'spring morning, a pretty woman and a well-built man wearing one of T. P. KEATINO'S Tailor-made Suits. 221 Twenty-fifth Street. up 22-tf WANTRD?TO RR NT FURNISHED house by party without children; can give city references. Address. A. B. C, Press Office, np 20-12t WANTED?YOUNG OR MIDDLE aged white woman to nurse an in? valid. Experience not required. Au ply to MRS . T. H. SOUTH ALL. 41 South King Street, Hampton. ap IB-tf WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED WO man to do conking and general housekeeping. Apply 231 Forty eighth Street. ap 19-fit WANTRD?BOARDERS; TABLE OB roomers. Table hoarders a special? ty. 120 Thirtieth Street. ap6-lm -,-< WANTRD?TO FURNISH YOU CON; erete building block for your house or foundation. We make a specially of laying sidewalks and fountain work. CASH ft VAUGHN. 2900 Washington Avenue, or Twenty ninth Street and Virginia Avenue. ap ISI r WANTRD ? CLOTHES OF ANY kind or description to he cleaned, pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or re? paired. Work the best. Prices the lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. The Hub Cleau. & Press. Co.. 211 33rd St.. Cltz. 'phone 328. J. H. Wheeler. Proo. WANTED?BUYERS FOR OLD PA pers at Hie per hundred. Apply at Daily Pres3 Office. tf HELP WANTED?MALE. MEN AND BOYS WANTED; LEARN] plumbing, bricklaying, plastering, ] three host trades. U. S. Govern? ment employs graduates. Union ] cards guaranteed. Catalog I'ree. Coyne Bros.. Trade Schools, New York, Chicago. St. lentis. 4-24-1 yr WANTED EVERYWHERE; BN ER getle workers to dlstribtite circulars samples advertising mutter, tack signs, etc. (loud pay. Cooperative Adv. Co.. New York. It AGENTS WANTED. ?DESTRUCTION OK SAN ' FRAN? CISCO."? Uesl Book. Large profits. Act quick. Sample Free. Globe Company. 721! Chestnut St.. Phlla. 4-24-ai AGENTS WANTED ON SAN FRAN eiseo Horror Book, lltto pages. Fully Illustrated. $1.50. We give rut per cent?pay freight?(live Credit ? Premiums. Outfit free. Perelviil Supply Co.. phlla., I'a. 24-::t l.tiDO AGENTS WANTED?ONLY Au? thentic bonk on ''Sau Francisco Ca lamlty." Highest commission. Ottl til free. THE! .IOHN C. WINSTON CO.. 10011 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ap 21-lit, FOR SALE. FOli SALIC?WELL ESTABLISHED Itestaiiraiit on Warwick avenue. Ad? dress Restaurant, care Daily Pvoaa. 4-24-:tt FOR S A LE?(I R?CER'Y STORE, horse, wagon, safe, cash register, electric fan. scales, etc. Apply at once :tt!iit; Huntington avenue. 42-:it FOR SALE ? SCHOONER YACHT ?LADY EVELYN." Length over nil |0i; feet; length water line. '.I4.?; beam. 18.H 1-2; draught. 10.(1 1-2. Will be delivered in commission with complete furnishings for $1,000. Tills ie splendid opportunity to make money during the exposition. For further particulars, address DR. It. LEE ROBINSON. up 22-tit FOR SALIC?ONE F1RSTCLASS Draft Horse, seven years old; sound as a dollar; works kind everywhere. Fine si/.e. good looking, all right every way. Also one cheap work Horse. Apply B?LLING GROCERY COMPANY. ?24 Twenty-eighth Street. City. ap 21-2i FOR SALE ? SODA FOUNTAIN IN fine condition; marble slab und sliver glass bolder; will sell cheap. Apply to II. E. GATEWOOD, box 177, Phoebus. Va . * up 21-ill JOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL parts of the city. Call and get prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO. Hotel Warwick Building. FOR SALE?HALF INTEREST IN oyster business, including boats,etc.. aliO'V fifty acres of ground, half lintilt.1 seed rock In James River; about J0,000 bushel . oysters on bund ut present lime. Business at present Is paying good; with more capital can be1 madu un excellent Investment. Address A. R. DAW BON. Menchvllle. Va. mli 26-tin FOR SALE ? TWO DESIRABLE lots, In the heart of Rlvervlew, oh electric cur line. Price $3r,tl cash. These lots are Noayfi mid 6, In block No, 0, as shown on map of River view, made by O. W. Fliehet!, civil engineer. They have a frontage of ;ttl feet each on Electric avenue and run back 120 feet. Address "RIVER VIEW.*' care Dally Press. if FOR RENT. FOR RENT?TWO-STORY BRICK residence; eight rooms and hath, No. ;t:t0t West jtvei; possession given May 10th. Apply to E. PEYSER. 2715 Washlnglou avenue. 4X-IT. FOR RENT?FOR SAt.E OR RENT, new nine-mom house, 2iti Fiftieth. Apply 2:11 Thlr'y-second. 712: SPECIAL NOTICE. WE HAVE A FEW MORE OF THOSE $260 and $:<tii) lots at Exposition Grounds; suitable for stands, etc. STEWART ? MIDGETTE. No. 133 Twenty-fifth Street. up 22-.tt NOTICE TO FARMERS?THE WELL bred Stallion, "Twelfth Night," will make this season, through Warwick. York and Elizabeth City Counties. For particulars and pedigree address Dick Richardson, 1F.8 W. Queen. St., Hampton, Va. ap 131m WONKY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN IN EJHMS OF $f.tl to $1,000, C> percent. Merchunut Mechanics Savings Association. Al? lan D. Jones, Secretary and Attor? ney, First National Bank Building. UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE. FOR GOOD SERVICE and fine bucks. 234-230 Twenty unit sire ;t. 'phones. HI. J. H. CAFFEE & SON, 33RD ST and Huntington Ave, Both 'phnnea No. l; residence. Bell 'phone, 41. RESTAURANTS. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET SOME thing good to eat ut 217 2aih St., UOME COOKING. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGOAGL TRANS fer; office C, & O. Statiofi. 'Phones; Bell Nos. 401 and 135; Cltz., No. 12. TRUSTEES' SALE. * TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUAWLQ HEAL ESTATE. SITUATE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OP AND KNOWN AS NO. 218 TWENTY . SIXTH STREET, NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Pursuant to (lie terms of a certain deed of trust, tinted October 7tli. 11104. recorded in the Clerk's office of the Corporation Court of the City uf Newport News, in Deed Book No. 27, page 171, tlie said deed being execut? ed by John M. Wilson und Molllu B. Wilson, his wife, to the itndersigne.1 Trustee, default having been muile In I lie payment .of the debt secured, and at the rennest of the beneficiary named in the said deed. I will offer for sale on Ihe premises on MONDAY, APRIL 30TH, 1906, at 1:00 O'clock P. M.. All that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground, situate ami being In the City of Newport News. Vlnginitl, known and designated by the lot number Thirty-three (3it) In block' number Seventy-seven (77) on a certain mip, entitled "Map of part of the City of Newport News. Virginia" which snld map is duly recorded In the Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court e( the city of Newport News, in Plat Hook No. I, page :!. IMPROVEMENTS consist of two story, frame dwelling with all mod ern Improvement si TERMS: Cash as to the si.in of $2300.00 and t; pep cent. Interest thereon from April Tt It. 190S, unpaid taxes, insurance premiums and cost of sale: as to balance, to be announc? ed oh day of sale. W. 13. BAP"ETT. Trustee. For further Information apply To BARRETT ? WEST, 22fi 2Gth St., Newport News, Va. up 19.21.24,26,28 Get Through Your Correspondence TYPEWRITER. It saves Yfi per cent, of llie operator's time, which ir> your time. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY 1212 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. VA. The Standard Supply Company, Inc. No. 2608 Huntington Avenue. J. White Chatidier, tt. H. Brushwood, P.'ealdeui. Secret avy. J. P. Ouyle, Treasurer. Don't forget ?he place where you can buy Htudebaker Wagons of every style. We carry a full Hue of Runabouts, [Surreys, Top-Buggies, (lioeery War Ions, and many other spring vehicle:). Harness and Horse Furnishings. Har? ness Repairing a special feature? (good work assured. Farm Implement!;, Including the fol? lowing well Known makes: Oliver Chill Plows, Deering & McCormlck Mowers and Rakes, Disc Harrows, Disc Culti? vators, Farmer's Friend Corn Plant, ers, Planter Juniors, and mauy oihera. Agents for Austin-Western Road Machinery, Armour's Fertilizer*?bot? tom prices for CASH. Tuo biggest Hut! ever offered In our [city. Call mid look tt over before buying. We want your business. Houses and Lots in all parts of the city for cash or on easy terms. Also some small lots suitable for stands at Exhibition grounds. Stewart&Mid?etto 133 rweitfy>fiW/i Sf? NEWPORT NEWS VA. WANTED WHITE GIRLS AND BOYS TO LEARN CIGAR MAKING. Learners paid while under lu otroctlou. ? Steady work; good pay. Apply Newport News Branch The American Tobacco Gompanyi 3-ltii street and Virginia Ave.