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- ENGINEER KILLED AT HIS POST Wreck Takes Fire and Unidentified Man ie Burned to a Crisp?Fireman In Critical Condition?Flagman and Brakeman Slightly Injured. DANVILL13. VA.. Doc. 8.?Two are dead and another fatally injured Is the result of a railway wreck on the' Southern at Shout four o'clock this morning. Train No. H4, a mixed Pull man and paasanger. while running at a rate of twenty-five miles an hour, crashed Inlo freight train, No. K4,' which was on the main line. Kngiucur Oeorgo C. Kluney of 34,1 was Instantly killed, and the charred and mangled remains of one unknown man was taken from the wreckago. George Ford, the fireman on III.; was perhaps fatally Injured, and Is ' now at the General hospital here In an unconscious condition. The accident happened Hhortly nf ter four o'clock, and tin; freight train, consisting of ahout thirty cars, had been Btnndlng on the track near the station for half an Ifiur. When No. .14, which Was running Into, dashed around the curve. The engine ploughed . through the cahooso or the freight, and the wreck was followed by n fire, which con? sumed several of the carB. The flagman. O. J. Mull, 1b said to Impossible to Get Employment, as Face and Body Were Covered With Itching Sores ? Scratched Till Flesh Was Raw ?Spent Hun? dreds of Dollars on Doctors and Hospitals and Grew Worse CURED BY CUTICURA IN FIVE WEEKS "Since the year 1804 I have been troubled with a very bad enso of eczema which I have spent hundreds of dollars trying to cure, and I went to the hospital, but they fnilcd to euro me and it was getting worse nil the time. Five weeks ago my wifo bought iv box of Ou, tie urn Oint? ment nu<l ono cako of Cuticura Soap, and 1 am pleased to say that I am now completely cured and well. "It was inipossiblo for mo to get employment, ns my face, head, and body wcro covered with it. The eczema first appeared on tho top of iny head, nnd it had worked all tho way around down the back of my neck and around to my throat, down my body and nround the hips. It Itched bo I would bo obliged to scratch it, and the flesh was raw. "I would first wash tho nfTcctcd parts with warm water nnd Cuttcura Soap, and then npply Cuttcura Oint? ment and let it remain on all night, and in the morning 1 would use Cuticura Soap. I am now nil well, which all my friends can testify to, and I will bo pleased to recommend tho Cuticura Bomcdics to any nnd all persons who wish a speedy and permanent cure of skin diseases." Thomas M. Rossi tor, 200 Prospect Street, Mar. 30,1005. East Orange, N. J. Complete- Eitrrnal ind Internal Trratmrol for ?enr Humor, from I'lrople* to Srroluln, from Infamy tu Aue, ? coulithi? qf CuiUura B.itp, >v., otiuiiMni, .MV., llrk.lv tiit.Me. (In form of Clioculate Oiatril Mil*, tie. per vial Of dt>), inay bo hid ol a!ltlni|til1ft*. A ?ln-tc irl often rum Ihr nu.il <Jlltrr**lnl run whi-n ?II el*r fall*, fuller 1>IU* * Chun. Corp.. Sole l*rr.p.., Bo*ton. Man. ?T Mailed free, >? AU.About ll>? skia. Scalp, and Hair.'1 Correct,Weai 238-280 28th St. American Plan, $2.00 and $2.50 Cafe open from 8 a. m. to 12 p. m. Oysters, Fish and (same in Season. Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. R. L. Madison, Manager. ?-= have neglected to go buck to warn the approaching train. Ho was in the caboose, although he Ih said to have boon sent, out to flag the upproachlng passenger train. Engineer Klnney, who was klllod. I Iuih l)c>i?n In the employ of the South? ern for years and Ih a brother of En? gineer W. A. Klnney, who was run? ning No. :I7 when It crashed lijto the train at Lawyers several days ago and killed President Spencer and others of his party. Who is to Blame? DANVILLE, VA., Dec. 8.?The i blame for the wreck rests between j the flagmnn of train No. S2 who was I Injured, nnd one or (ho other of the ? operators at Danville and Noanolis block stations. Whon the freight came to a standstill it was the duty of the flagmnn to go back and placo a dnngor hIrihiI for any approaching train and the informntlnn so far shows tliat hn did tint, do this. Op? erator Skcullln nl Danville, and Op? era tor Clemens at Ncapolls make con? tradictory statements regnrdlng tno Bonding and receiving of orders of n clear lilock for train No. .14 and only an offleinl investigation will bring out the real fnets. BURNED SAVINGS OF YEARS. Insane Woman Then Hold Husband Prisoner Thlrtysix Hours ST. LOUIS, UK)., Dee. 8.?Mrs. Louisa Johnson, of 4-1S8 Boston nveniie wife of Oils Johnson, is detained at the City illospitnl and physicians sny that she Is Incura? bly Insane. Mrs. Johnson became violent over religion nnd throw $1. 300, the savings of years, in a stove and horned it. Sho kopt lier hus? band a prisoner nearly thirty-six house with little food and no sleep. She threatened to kill him wdth a carving knife if he tried to leave the house. Small Blaze. ' A small blaze In the rear of the Lynhurst Hotel corner Huntington avenue and Thirty-fourth street cnus ed an alarm of Uro to he turned in at 4 o'clock this morning. The Central lire company responded nnd the firemen extinguished the flames before any material damagio ha 1 been done. The origin of the fire could not 00 learned this morning. Death from Lockjaw never follows aa Injury dressed with Buckleri'S Arnica Salve. Its antisep? tic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning. Ohus. Oswald, mer? chant of Renselaorsvllle. N. Y.. writes: "It cured Seth Bureh. of this place, of the Ugliest sore on his neck I over saw." Cures Cuts. Wounds. Burns nnd Sores. 25c at The Ideal ? hnrmacy. No question nbout it. "Waseo" Flour makes whiter and sweeter bread, rolls and biscuits. Insist on getting "Waseo." 11-20-tf. 'ables for Men *:*?lVX??icr Copy,,Bhi1906,byTh. CopyrlBht 1906 Chicago Huuao of Kupponholm?, ' Tho Hounf? of Kuppuiiholmor IT'S doubtfhl whether you could find two more stylish gar? ments than these Sack Suits, or a nu>re stylish Overcoat, no matter where you look, nor how mush you wish to pay. Wilkins-Jenkins Co., HATS. CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS, 2614 Washington Avenue. NEW YORK'S BIG BICYCLE TOURNAMENT INAUGURATED Bobby Waithour of Atlanta Captures the Star Event in Excit? ing Fashion. (By Associated Press.) NEW YOilK. Dee. x.?Bobby Wal (hour, of Allunia, won from Puul Gulg linu of I'arls, tin- ten mile motor paced I race, the principal event of tonight's event, the curtain raiser for the six day's bicycle grind that will begin at nildulglit tomorrow at Madison square gurden. Walthour's time was 1(5:49 1-5 ami lie had an advantage of six laps, when lie concluded a race exciting enough to bring the largo audience repeated? ly to its feet. There were other good races tonight, NUgli McLean, of Bos toll, won by half a lap from Floyd McFarland, of San .lose, California, in the motor paced race of five miles. The quarter mile amateur champion? ship was captured by .lames Klines of Newark. N. .1.. In the good lime of 1333 seconds. In the motor cycle race of one mile, run in thrco heats Fred Merit of Bridgeport, Conn., defeated .1. C. Hosier of Springfield, Mass. "Blind Tiger" Keeper Killed, flty Associated Press.) NRVV Olt'LlOANS, I.A.. Dec. 8.? ' White resisting arrest on a charge of I running n "blind tiger" today. Sand? ers Day, a white man. was shot ami killed by Marshal Clavshaw after Lie latter had been mortally wounded. Bullet Crashes In Car. ? By Associated Press.) NORFOLK. Dec. 8.?While n New? port. News ox press car was crossing Lambert's Point bridge last night, n j bullet crashed through one of the win? dows and wounded a negro woman I nnd her child. It is supposed that the I bullet was accidentally fired in the I Mr. w. V. Green, who has recently i resigned Iiis i?>sltlon as Secretary of I Spmniervlllo Trust Co.. lias accepted n position with HOL MILLER, & CO.. as manager of the real estate and In? surance department of that firm. It. jitm xmmemnKztsmm kokt www LOST AND FOUND. LOST?ON TUESDAY, DBCBMBBR 4. on car leaving Hampton ut 2:15 p. in., box containing light silver BpCOllH. Kinder will please return to DR. 13. J. PRBSSBY'S office. Citizens and .Marine Uunk building. Newport News, and receive re? ward. 12-9-tf. UNDERTAKERS. \V. B. ROUS13. FOR GOOD SBRVICB ami flno hacks, 234-236 Twenty-fifth ntreflt. 'Phono 61. THE FINEST STOCK. THE LOWEST PRICES. THE HANDSOMEST STORE. 2909 Washington Avenue. CALL AND SEE. DIAMONDS JEWELRY WATCHES CUT GLASS CHINA UMBRELLAS ART GOODS. Only *3 More Shop? ping Days until Xmas. You are advised to make your selections now, have the engraving done, and laid away. CO you will avoid the rush of the last few days be? fore Christinas. A full selection in every line. Moderate priced, and laid away to await your convenience. The attention of the Indies is called to our unequalled display of Art Glass. READ AND WONDER. i.OO Witney Piano at Your Own Price. When we say 44 at your own price" we mean it. Ar* a Christmas Offering to my trade, I placed in my window on Monday, Nov. 26th, the above piano which will be reduced $5.00 per day until sold. Price Today $285.00 I have ouc of the above make of pianos in my own home and will vouch for its quality. In fact, Witney's name alone is sufficient. Now, it is up to you to buy this Piano at your own price. IMI i| IPs 1 Writing for the Ladies. A larger and va? ried line of Rock? ing Chairs. Come early and g^t your choice. Santa Claus has brought us a big line of Flying Dutchmen and Irish Mails for the boys. BABY CARRIAGES FOR THE BABIES n.H.LAS 2803?5?7 Washington Avenue. CHEAP ADVERTISING. CASH IN ADVANC?? ONE CENT A WORD. Advertisements under classified heads In this column will be Inserted at the uniform rate of one cent a word for each Insertion. No advertisement, however small, less than 25 cents for the first Insertion. Cash In advance Invariably. Special rates made on long contracts. Orders for discontinuance must be made In writing. WANTED. WANT 101) ? YOUNG MAN, 13 E tween IS and 20 years old, lo at toiid N?ws-?tatul. HOTEL WAR WICK. It. W A N T E D? BRIGHT, STRONG young man. Apply MANAGER, MEYERS BROS, basement. It. WANTED?FOR A GOOD MBAL GO lo Jamestown Dining Room, 222 Twenty-eighth Street. Now under new management. One meal will convince you that lids is the place to eat. p. A. ROGERS, Mgr. 12-!i-?t WANTED?A COMPOSITION WRIT t<'ii by a pupil in the City Public Schools. Bor particulars, address E. l. HEALE. 750 Twenty-eighth Street. 12-9-tf. WANTED?A MAN TO REPRESENT a live progressiv? Life Insurance Coin puny in Hampton and vicinity. Must bo a man of sterling charac? ter and ability, who can approach business men with a suitable propo? sition. A good opening for a man who can "make good." Address "SECURITY," care Daily Press. It. W A N T B D? TABLE BOARDERS with rooms. Southern exposure. Apply 12'.) Thirty-second Street. It. WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE? Good pay?to distribute Circulars, adv. mutter, tack stuns, etc. No canvassing. NATIONAL ADV. BUREAU, Chicago. It. WANTED?ALL CUSTOMERS AND friends to call at my new Barber Shop. No. 3112 Washington Avenue, between Thirty-first street and Thirty-second street. T. S. BOONS. 12-8-<U. WANTED?POSITION AS BOOK keeper by a man of experience, who desires to make a change on or be? fore January 1st. Can give good reference. Address "BOOK-KEEP? ER," Box 518. 12-S-3L WANTED?TO TRADE GOOD PAY ing business property on Hunting ton Avenue for dwelling in desira? ble part of city. Address "TRADE," Daily Press. 12-7-3t. W A N TED ? ROOMERS, WITH board; also talde boarders at 120 Thirty-second street. 12-8-Gt. j WANTED?A FIRST-CLASS MILCH cow. Address 3708 Huntington Avenue. 12-S-2L WANTED?A LIMITED NUMBER of pupils In Hampton and Newport News to study piano music, with an experienced teacher. Terms reason? able. Address MRS. H. S. ACKER LY, 125 Locust St., Hampton, Va. ll-tu-thr.-sun-lm. I WANTED?BOARDERS, 130 THIR ty-flrst Street. Modern convenien? ces. References exchanged. ll-2-3m j WANTED?THE TRADE TO SEE our large assortment of horse blank? ets, robes, etc. MILLER & GLEA SON, Twenty-eighth street. 10-12-tf. I WANTED?THE PUBLIC TO KNOW I am again In the auction business, and being the only licensed auction? eer In the city, I am now In a posi? tion to do all kinds of auctioneering. Your patronage solicited. Terms moderate. W. J. PURYEAR, Auc? tioneer. Office 2509 Huntington avenue. 10 2 3m. I WANTED ? CLOTHES OF ANY kind or description to be cleaned, pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or repaired. Work the best. Prices the lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. THE HUB CLEANING & PRESS-! ING CO., 211 33rd St. Cltz. 'Phone,! 328. J. H. WHEELER. Prop. SPECIAL NOTICE. I ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED| against harboring or trusting any member of the crew of the Nor? wegian Steamship "SOLSTAD" as no debts of their contracting will be paid by Owners, Master or C. H. ARNAL, Agent. 12-7-3L CANARY BIRDS. ST. ANDRES burg Rollers, fine trained singers; Hartz Mountain Canaries, good singers, guaranteed; Purity Brand Bird Seed. Gold Fish and Globes. G. ALBERT LENZ, 2502 Jefferson Ave., next Jefferson Bank. tf. A. B. ABBITT, WHOLESALB-GRO cer, tobacco, etc. Hay, grain and feed. Ask your grocer for Van Camp's Corn, 10c; Van Camp's Peas, 16c. 10-17-tf, BLUE PRINTING AND TRACING? Guy P. Murray. 829 28th St.. City. FOR SALB. KOK SALIC?GOOD STYLISH HORSE rive (5) yearn old. suitable for uny IMirpoBe. ' Apply lo L. R. TIMUBR LAKE'S STABLES. Cor. 26th Street und Huntington Avenue. 12-9-lt. KOR SALE?HOtTSBHOLD AND Kitchen furniture. Owner leaving city. Can be seen at 641 Twenty sixth Street. It. FOR SALB CHEAP?2 WORK horses, l second-hand double truck. 1 secondhand single truck, 1 sec? ond-hand carriage. J. W. ROWB CO.. Incorporated, Hampton, Va. 12-9-31. FOR SALB?GOOD MULE?APPLY B. C. SHIELD, Chestnut avenue and Twenty-seventh Street. L2-9-GI. FOR SALB? FINE TRUCK FARM? one mile from Hampton; new house. (1 rooms. II acres land. Young fruit trees, flood water. Wire fence. Price?3.1,600. Apply MRS. FLOR? ENCE 13. LEB. PETERSBURG. VA. R. F. D. NO. 2. 12-4-6t FOR SALE?SEVERAL SETS OF second hand buggy harness. In good condition. MILLER & GLEASON, Twenty-eighth Street. 10-31-tf. LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL. parts of the city. Call and get prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO.. Hotel Warwick building. LOST AND FOUND. LOST?A BUNCH OK KEYS, TAO No. 305. Return to Poarch & Co. and receive reward. 12-4-31 LOST?NOS. !)41f.. 9410 and 9433, of the December issue of Edison Gold Moulded Records; and they are ac? tually the best numbers In the bunch. THE GBO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 Twenty-eighth Street. 12-6-tf. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Newport News, Va., Nov. 26th, 1906. The Annual Meeting of the stock? holders of the Citizens Railway Light and Power Company will be held at the Warwick Hotel, in Newport News, Va., on Tuesday. December 11th, 1906. at 12 o'clock M. for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of any other bas'ness that may properly come before said mcotlng. D. C. ZOLLICKOFFER, 11-27-td. Secretary. ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Hampton, Va.. Nov. 26, 1906. The Annual Meeting of the stock? holders of the Hampton Roads Trac? tion Company, will be held at the Of? fice of tlie Company, Hampton, Va. on Wednesday, December 12th, 1906, at l i o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of any other business that may properly come before said meeting. W. J. PAYNE, 11-27-td. President. FOR RENT. KOR RKNT?DESIRABLE ROOMS on 2nd floor, with or without board. Apply 119 Thirty-third Street. 12-9-3t. FOR RENT?TWO OFFICHS IN Schmelz Building; light, heat and Janitor's service free. Apply SCHMELZ BROTHERS' BANK. 10-21-11. FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED front room, on third floor, southern exposure, heated. 127 Thirty-first street. 9-23-tf. MALE HELP WANTED. COMPETENT BOOKKEEPERS. nrlght young buNnaMMllega xnutiuta* are lu frro&t demand. Stint- of the- 20,u?u employers we serve am caUlDKon uidnlly forsurh mm at wilarleH of $60O $l'.!0i> with aplemlld ]>n.-|"M-ls for uilvnncetncnt. ?Uo openings fur hitch grado ortie? Managen, Auditont nnil Aeoomitnnu ut ? '> ? i s i"'" ami for men having money to Invest with IhelrMrvIch.onicealulicltlo? Write us May statlnx position desired. HAPtiOODS (Inc.) Brain Broker?. 1212 CiaauTealth Trust Bid;., Philadelphia ?' TRANSFER COMPANIE8. ' OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRAVIS fer; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phonei. Bell, Nos. 401 and 135. Cltz., No. 12. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OF 150 to (1,000 at 6 per cent. Merchants Mechanics Savings AHsociatlon,Allan D. Jones, Secretary and Attorney. First National Bank Building. 3-7-tf. LADIES I request the honor of a call from you. It will be my pleasure to favor you In every branch of the buBlnesa. Will treat the scalp or curl your hair free for one month with every sham? poo. Miss Ethel Irvine, ?with? H. O. NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESSING PARLORS 20? 27th St Newport News. Va. A Young Lady or Girl, Who wishes steady employment, with pleasant surroundings, easy work, earning $6.00 to $10.00 weekly, can do so by applying today. Learners paid while under Instructions. Newport News Branch, American Tobacco Co., Thirty-fourth Street and Virginia Avanu*. ' f-20-Sm.