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LIE?T, GOV. ELLYSON City Democratic Gommlttee Wants Decision Upon the Prim? ary Contest CHAIRMAN DODGING QUESTION General Election is Close at Hand and Mr, Hundley Says He Wants an Answer?Have Been Trying in Vain Get Hearing Before State Chairman, Chairman L. C. Phillips and Mr, W. 1a ? Powell, nf the city Memo cr'atic committee, will go In Rich xnon/1 iomorriiw and make an effbrl to corner I.lent, Governor .1 Taylor Ellysoh, ihn State chairman, and gel e> decision from him upon the ques? tion nf whether <u not the reebni primary was'legal. Chairman Phil lips and Mr. Ci I''. Hundley, eandi date lor the common council in ihr Foul Hi ward, have been trying in ?vain for a week to make an engage? ment will) Mr Kllyson. Last night Chairman Phillip.; stat? ed hefor? Hie committee thai ho was of the opinion that Mr, ISIlyson did not waul til give a derision on the question and was living to keep ii from In lug put up lo him. The committee In hi a regular meeting a>t the city hall. The prim? ary contest was discussed nl some lenp'h Secretary Norsworthy mov ed that the candidate's who received Hie largest iiumiicr of votes in tie.* primary Inj duelared Cba nominee:. 1 his w:is not seconded and Mr. Per kins moved that the chairman and 'Mr. Powell go Id Richmond ami pre? sent the conical question. The mo? tion was unanimously carried, Vesic'rday Mr. Hundley addressed a letter to Chalrinaii Phillips, culling j'lHiiMn to the fact that (he general election was cloae at hand und de? claring his intention of lighting his case to the hi I. Mr. Hundley Claims thai the primary was lily gal and insists upon having a deci? sion from Mr. Bllysnn. Several dnyii ago Mr. Kllyson told Chairman Phi I lips ilia' he would la? in Richmond Wednesday ami it is hoped that the subcommittee) will he aide to get a ticcii ion from him al though he will not mal: " an engage? ment. Mr. Hundley and blhera will go to Richmond with the suh com? mittee. BAT TLESHIP LQJISIANA GETS IN ID COMMISSION TODAY Simple Ceremonies Will Mark Plac-1 ing New Fighter in the Navy. The United state; battleship Louis? iana, a product of the plant of the Newport New. Shipbuilding <? Dry Dock Company, will he placed in com? mission at Ihj Norfolk navy yard to? day, with Captain Albert Reynolds Couden in command. The crew lor the ves-el, which has been assembled on board the re? ceiving ships Franklin ami Richmond at Ho- navy yard, will he Iransferrei to her just before tin- coiuiui .ion ing. The ceremonies incident lo tin placing of th? new warship on tin list of active American warship.; will be simple. The crew will he drawn up in line on tin- cpi.irtor deck with the officers of tip- various commands in position. Captain Couden wilt then read to tie crew hl:t commis? sion fr?ui the navy department and then, while the band play* the "Star Spangled Bahner," the Stars and Stripes will be unfurled from tie rear flag pole. After that 'tie nil. white and bine pennant ivili be rii/i up a: the peak b( the .?ft rhairt and the Louisiana will be a part ol tie i'reat United State a ivj The vessel will remain at the nay? yard for several weeks, while her tscdndary battery l.> in ing installed When she leaven tie- yard He- l?t-<; pairl of .luiif- he will join Rear Ad? miral Evan's Atlantic squadron. SHIPBUILDERS QUIT 1? SCORE WAS SIX TO ONE Players Called Off Fort Monroe Dia mond on Account of the Umpire, With the score fi to 1 In then fa vor the- Shipbuilders walked off the Fort Monroe diamond Sunday after neon because Col. Ramsey D. Pott?, commandant of the- Fort, refused to allow the Artillerists to take the um? pire out. The trouble started over a decision made in the third session. One of the soldiers hit a long drive to cen? ter Held ami "Hun" Foley captured it alter a good run. As lie caught the ball, however, he slipped on the wet gnus, hut held to the sphere. The soldier who batted the hall then stopped running, bill an Artillerist who was on third went home, leav? ing the third bag before Foley caught the hall. The umpire ruled that Foley drop ped the hall and allowed the batter, to lake his base ami the soldier's tun Ol score. Manager l.oeb then refused to play unless a new umpire was pul in. Col. Potts took a hand in it and declared that the same umpire should re? main in Hie game. He. as well as ail of the soldiers admitted thai. Fol? ey did not drop the ball. The locals had a patched up learn at the Fort, Voting, Curtis, Cunning? ham ami Cat o'Mara being out 61 tilt! game. Several hoy.; of this city were substituted aii'l they played rat? tling good hall. ASSAULT MAY BE MURDER. Negio Boy's Skull Fractured by Blow From Baseball Bat. .losepli Robinson, a Iti-year-old nc gro hoy. Is in the city jail charged with feloniously assaulting Steven Reaves, also colored. Saturday alter 1:0:111 Robinson struck Reave., over the head with a baseball bat, frac? turing the boy's skull. Dr. William lld.ikius was called to attend the Injured hoy and found him lo he in a decidedly serious condition. '1*110 palicnt'a chance for life is not bright. Sergeant Mitchell arrested Robin? son and lodged him in I he station. Behind the bars Ilm prisoner made a vicious attack upon 11 man named Charles Kerrigan, using a pair of brass "kiilick.-i" which he hail suc? ceeded in concealing when searched. THEATRICAL. Notwithstanding that Hie weather was much against ii hist night .1 fulr-slxttd audience saw "Charity Hess," a four-ac't comedy drama, by the May H?lm,111 company in Hie Ituckioe Beach casino. The play proved 0110 of Hie best of Hie sea sen. Tlie La Tour Sisters, singing and dancing comediennes; Mi.;;. Ilillmaii in her new picture dance; .lack Me Knight in a "I loop Holler," an I John Clarke ami Miss May Railed in illustrated songs made up a pro? gram of clever vaudeville numbers befwrton the act... "Charity Bess" will be liie bill again this evening and Hie i;ainc vaudeville specialties will lie intro? duced. JAMESTOWN Bill BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE Measure Identical With That Pend? ing in House Introduced by Senator Daniel. A Jamestown Exposition bill, iden? tical with that pending in the House, will be considered today by the Sen? ile committee on expositions. The measure wm introduced by Senator Daniel, n in 111 her of I he committee. A majority of the Senate commit? tee 011 exposition.; favors the bill, iml the same la true of the Semite committee oh appropriations, Thi program L> to have the bill passed by the Senate ami sent to the Hou c Meanwhile Mr. Maynard will - r ! lo have I be sundry civil appro? priation bill so amended in the House hs loi'provide an appropriation of $1, 181.I for the exposition. It this amendment should fail. Senal >r Martin will then endeavor to have the Sehnte appropriation coin initl 1 amend the sundry civil hill -) a- 'o lake care id Jiimestown. Ii." fin prohabiy he done. The fight will Hun he over items in the ' iference con:mitl?e, composed of ? - ol 1 lo- I wo branches. Patrick Mullins Dead. Mr I'*'-,-: Mullins died yesterday trioMi ;o the home of his son-ln law, Mi M J. Green. 232 Twenty fourth tree! Funeral services will I a r:orid?ict4d this aft mom at ;; by Rev! Father Frioll ai Si. Vlncent'i Catholic church. The body ivill b? Interred ril Grcenlawii ceme II ry. Will B* Relieved. C'apt J. 1;. Williams, immigration Inspector for this port, will return home this week after conducting the uffairs of the Norfolk office for three weeks lih'pector Morion, of Norfolk. !ia.? heen ill Miss l.eona Butt Is spending sev r-ral weeks with relatives in Balti? more. Appointment Wade by Police Board at Last. TROUBLESOME JOB DISPOSED OF Acting Sergeant Morrison Withdrew From Race Sunday?Charges Against Officer Tyree Investigated and Dismissed. Police 0lucer J; W. Woodward was last night elected detective sergeant by the board nf polit ? commission ers, to1 till the vacancy treated by Hie resignation of Sergeant 11. .1 O'lliira mi May I. Olllcer W. W. Morrison, who whs designated by Chief Reynolds m net as sergeant until the board mad- an appointment, resumes his duly as a patrolman to? day. The board made its selection in n very lew minutes. Nothing except i be result was given out, but it U understood ihn' tie' commissioner* h id little trouble in agreeing upon n man. 'I here was some difference:; of opinion, but a shoi'1 discussion lirouglil two "f Hie member.: le Woodward'.- support, The other candidates were Officers Padgett and Rririgca. Officer Morri? son, who hail been a formidable can tlidate lor the position, addressed a letter to Chairman Holmes Sunday stating thai he realized that liter, was no chance of his election and licit he thereby withdrew from tin race, Sergeant Woodward has served on the force for a number of years. He resigned two years ago .after several year's service ami was put on agait after the prescht administration too!, charge of affairs. Mr (' Aylett Asliby, th" new com miFsioncr, was present at his firs* meeting las! night. The hoard reor ganized, Mr. Holmes being re-elected chairman anil Mr. Ashby being olios en secretary. The board heard evidence in tin caie of Officer Tyree, charged by a Mrs. Johnson with conduct nub'coin lug an officer, ami dismissed He charges. In the police court yester? day morning a warrant against tie officer, sworn out by the same wo man, was dismissed by Justice Urowit I CARS SUBJECT TO TAXES. Railway Rolli-g Stock Out of thr State to Be Assessed. (Ity Associated Press.) WASHINGTON*, D. C., May 2S. The Supreme Court of the Uliltei Stales today, in tie- case of Hie New York Central and Hudson River. Rail road Company vs. the State comp t roller, involving the constilutionnlit.il of the New York State frnncliis. law, upheld Hie law and affirmed tin judgment of the New York Court o! Appeals. The company had claimed that lie Imposition of the New York Slal> tax on its entire rolling stock wa: lllegtil, since many id' its cars wen outside of Hie State a gn at par! ol the year. Justice Holmes' opinion however, found thai the slock wa properly taxable in New York State Nearly a million dollar.; in luxe assessed from 1000 to IDOJ is at fee ltd by the decision. CONGRESSIONAL PRimARY WILL BE HELD JUNE 16 : First District Committee Set Date al Meeting Held Here. Yesterday. June If! was selected as the dab lor the Firs; district Democratic cbiigiesslbiial primary by the district committee a! a meeting held hen ye. ierday. Nothing was known her? of (lie plan to hold a meeting until the member.} o! the committee put in their appearance Those present were: Chairman T ?I. Downing, of Lancaster; .1. Poyd Scar?, of Mai hews, and Robert I, Allwnrth. of Northampton. City Treasurer .1. M. Curtis wa. elected a member of the commit let to succeed Judge Claggetl II. Jone;' of King William coiinty. The polls in the primary will open at snnrb- ? and close at sunset. Ihm. W. 10. Jones, the present rep iescniatlve of the district in Con gres.', i s again offering for I he nomi? nal ion and bis only Opponent is lion. Ol ho F. Meat s. WILLIAMSBURG VETERANS. Camp Itnpectcd by Assistant Inspec? tor General Nclms. Inspector General T. C. Morton and Assistant lin?'>dctor General George W. Kehns, of Hits city, wen! to Wil llamsburg Saturday night,, where that TIRED Of LIFE AWFUL SUFFERING From Dreadful Pains From Wound on Foot?System All Run Down After Six Months' Agony?Not Able to Work?Completely Cured in Two Weeks MIRACULOUS CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES "Words cannot speak highly enough for (lie Culicura Remedies. I am how seventy-two years of ago. My system had been all run down. My blood was so liail that blood poisoning had set in. 1 had KevernI doctors nttending mo, so finally I went to flu: hospital, whero I was laid up for two months. My fool and ankle word almost beyond recognition, Dark blood (lowed out. of wounds in many flares, and t was so disheartened that thought surely my last chance was slowly leaving inc. As the font did not improve, you can readily imagine bow 1 felt, i was simply disgusted ami tired of life. J stood this pain, j which was dreadful, for six months, ! mal during tins time 1 was not able lo wear a shoo and not. able to work. ''Some one spoke to hid about Cbti cura. The consequences were I Insight u set. of the Culicura Remedies of one of my friends who wits a drug? gist, anil the praise that 1 gave after tlie second application is beyond description ; it seemed a miracle, for tlie Culicura Remedies' took effect immediately. 1 washed the foot with the Culicura Soap before applying tlio Oinf menf and I look tlie Hesel vent nt tliesame time. After two weeks't real - IllCllI my foot was healed completely. People who had seen my fool during my illness and who have seen it since the cure, can hardly believe t heir own eyes." Robert Schdenhauer, Aug 21, 1905. Nowburgh, N. Y. FOR RAIN OR SHINE We have Cltoice Umbrellas of dependable makes? Gloria, Merges and Twills, well made. Every price, from $|,00 to $3.50. SEE OUR SPECIAL VALUE AT $1.00 light Mr. Kehns inspected the Wit iamsbiirg camp of Confederate Vol rans. Inspector Morton left Wil lanisbiirg early in the evening to vis t friends. The Wiliiainr.hurg camp will elei t ts officers tomorrow night and it is ixpected that a large mini her of vet ?i ans from t'iie surrounding counties will be present. SPEAKEASY RAIDED. Jin. Wl'/.ikcy and Beer pound In Wil? lie Michaux's Room. Acting Detective Sorgeahl Morrison and Otliccr Price raided aa alleged t ponkcasy on Warwick avenue Sun lay, arresting Willie Michaux, a no jrd, on (he charge of selling liquor wit hoiii license. Several demijohns of whiskey, a hoi tie of gin anil a l uge quantity of beer were found in 'he place. Michaux is living held for trial. BEAUREGARD CHAPTER. Daughters of Confederacy Organize in Warwick. Tl\e Warwick Beauroganl Chapter, Daug'htera of the Confederacy, of Warwick county, was organized by Mrs. George W Nelms. president of Hie John W. Daniel Chapter, of this city, at a meeting held in Warwick court house la.-i Saturday. 1 The chapter Ins twelve charter no iii> is with the following officers: President?Mrs. J. T. narrow, Vice-president?'Mrs. W. 0. Curtis. Secrelarv? Miss Klfen Walker. Treasurer?Miss Ueorgie Garrow. Capital Dry Goods House | Washington Ave At 30th St. THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY | The goods and prices advertised in Sunday's paper for Monday will be Continued TODAY. The entire list - of Edison records and al) new is? sues to date, including the BRITISH, GERMAN, SPANISH and Grand Opera selections from the foreign catalog. FACTORY PRICES?EASY TERMS Geo. D. 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