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Change - In Condition of Young
Eddie Eddings. DOCTOR WILL OPERATE TODAY li 'Pressure on Brain Cnn be Relieved, i j the Unfortunate Fireman Wilt Have Chance for Recovery?Mr. Post Will Pay Expenses. At midnight last night thero was no ?hange In tbo condition of Eddie Ed? lings, tho volunteer fireman of the lilaglo Engine Company, who was In? jured at tho shipyard flro Christmas Day by being pinioned to the ground by a falling mass of burning timber. Tho young man has never regained full consciousness since tho accident and ban boon unable to recognize hla aged nnd. grlef-strlckcri mother, who has remained almost constantly at tho bodsldo of her son at the Qenernl hos? pital since 8ho readied this city from Rlchniond Wednesday morning. Tho |njur/?d fireman's brother and unelo accompanied Mrs. Eddings to this city. Perform Operation Today. Dr.'-Louis Loob, tho at ton dim; phy fcdclnn. stated to a Dally Proas report? er last night that unless thoro was n decided change In, tho young man's condition ho would perform an opera? tion on tho Bktill this morning In a mat despornto chance to snvo Eddings' tlfe. Besides a broken leg and thigh tbo fireman Is Buffering from concus tslon of the brain. Tho object of the ?operation In to reHove tho pressure Op tho brain nnd if it 1b succossful tho patient will have a chnnco of re? covery. , Mr. Post Will Aid. When called upon yesterday by Mr. ? John Frnloy. delegated by the Hagle- Engine Company to secure pe? cuniary aid for tho Injured laddie. Ooneral Manager Walter A. Post, of 'bo shipyard, stated that ho would de. | fray all expenses Incurred by the: /young man ob a roBiilt of the accident nnd-'would loud whatover aid possible, tO/*him and his family. Am both Mrs. Eddings and her son nro without sufficient funds to defray their oxponBOB while In this elty. Mr.! Frnley will todny, on behalf of the, Eaglo Engine Company. Bollclt the nld of tho buslnosa men and mer? chants in providing for thorn. Young Eddings was very popular among the firemen of tho elty over whom a gloom has been cast by the nccldont. XMAS PRESENTS FOR / RAILWAY EMPLOYES " N?wpo>T*7Qew 'and Old Point and Citizens Companies Remember Their Men. Tho officials of the Newport News' and Old Point Railway & Electric Company and tho Citizens Railway Light and Powor ?Company have pre? sented all of tho employes of the companies with -Christmas presents ns a tokon of tholr appreciation for | the work dono by the men during the past yoar." Tho heads of tho| various departments were each f;lv en a. $10 gold piece and tho motor irion, conductors and other work? men wore given $2 each. The custom of giving tho employes Christmas presents was abolished by tho companies acvoral years ago. but It was rc-CBtabllshed this year by Oonoral Manager 'W. W. S. Butler, who was appointed to that position | only a short time ago. There is a fine ovonlng's entertain? ment tonight at the Y. M. C. A., where | Du mo,- tho funny man, will hold forth. It. May be Some One \ Gave You Money i for Christmas. We can show you how I to spend it for articles I of lasting pleasure * and merit Solid Gold Bracelets ..$5 to $50 Gold Signet Ring*.$1 to $20 Gold Watches $'5 to $100 % Gold Cuff Links ...$2.50 to $20 We handle only high class goods. Everything sold En? graved Free. 1 J.R.Sprague, l Manufac'urlnjj Jeweller, I 28ih and Washington Ave. Home of Powell Trust Company. Pays 4 Per Cent, on Deposits 2711 Washington Ave. aJL9JUUL?JC3JL0JL^^^ * Marine Notes ?i ILQJLQJLaJUL^gJLJLq 0 v.fl.PJLCJ_PJL?JLiLP. Thursday, December 27, 1906. Arrived. Steamer Ashfleld (Dr. I. Smith,] New York?lo White Oak Coal Com? pany In ballast. < bioauier Hector, Kecno, Pyt/tland ? ] to (.:, Hi Arnal for bunker coal. Steamer I'owhalan,. Hvan, Provi? dence and NorloiK ?lo M?rcnantp et1 ?Miners Transportation Company with passengers ami . mcrcnanuise. steamer Jup'.atu/, .lamos, Boston and N?riOfk- to Mercuants it Aim? ers Tmnsjfortatloti company with passongetr hud morcnuncimv. S'.camcr Monruo, llulphers, New voru n>id NonoiK?to oni Dominion stcaiu4iilp company with morcnan-. utso. t Steamer Mob lean, curry, rnttauei ,V?liln and 'Norfolk?to Clyde Steain sinp company wttn mercnanaise. Cleared. Steamer itappaiiannoclc (Hr.). Buckingham, Liverpool ?Furncss, Wiitny & company, Ltd. Sailed. Hummers Hector, Kecno, New Or? leans; .Inmestown, Hitler, NortotK and ;New York; Powliatan. ltyhn, Baltimore; Junlata, James, Balil moro. Calendar For This Day. turn rises . t'. II a. m. sun Bon . 4:oy p. m. High water .. x:r.J a. hi., .s::>? p. iu. l.ow water .. 2:11:2 a. in., ?:i?3 p. in. In Port for Cargo. The British steamer AshfleUl nr-| rived in port yesterday from Now York lo load a full cargo of coal hero for West Indian ports. Shu Is consigned to the White Oak Coal j Company. Steamer Due to Arrive. The British steamer Almora, of the Donaldson Line, Is due to arrive here Tuesday, from Glasgow with several hundred tons of Imports. STOWAWAY DEPORTED. John Nolan Goes to Liverpool on the Roppairannock. John Nolan, a British subject, who slowed away aboard tho United Slates army transport K Unat tick at [Clbratar 'and was brought to this I city, was deported yesterday on tho British sloamer Rappahannock, which loft port for Liverpool late in the afternoon. Nolan will be I landed in Liverpool. After the arrival of the Kilpa triek, Nolan with about fifteen other stowaways were brought nshoro and lodged In the city Jail for safe? keeping. Fourteen of them, includ Nolan have been deported nnd the other two will ho Kent out of the country ns soon ns possible. IBREMOND LODGE ENTERTAINS. I St, John the Evangelist's Day Ob? served?Officers Installed. Bremond Lodge. No. 241 A. V. nnd A. M., celebrated St. John the Evangelist's day by the Installation last night of officers for the ensuing year. At the conclusion of Iho Installa? tion ceremonies a banquet was serv? ed and thoso present were enter? tained by remarks from prominent members of the fraternity, among whom were sevtrnl from sister juris? dictions. Mr. W. K. Barrett and MoBt Worshipful Kd N. Eubank, past I grand master of Virginia, wore tho principal speakers or the evening. A Man of Good Judgment, Mike: "Faith, and I say. Pat. Mr. McCarty is n man or good Judgment." Pat: "Why bo?" Mike: "I was In Mr. A's place when ho came in and asked for a Vostllln Cigar?tho same one I1 was smok? ing." ' t2-"?8-2t. Tf you are going to buy Wines nnd Liquors for tho holidays why not buy tho best for your money. Our motto, "Honest goods nnd honest measure." NEWPORT NEWS WINE & LI? QUOR CO.. Corner Twenty-fifth street and Washington avonuo. Both phon*B. 1212-lm. Street Railway Ordinances to be Considered Tonight. IeNO OF DIFFICULTY IS IN SIGHT Measures Arc Expected to Go Through Without Material Change, Although Opposition Will be Offered by Sev? eral Members. In special session tonight tho com? mon council will consider the street railway ordinances, which were recommended by Mayor nuxton and adopted by tho board of aldermen last Friday night. It. Is expected that the ordinances will be adopted without material change, und It seems prob ablo that they will go through just as passed by the board. It Is known that one or two, perhaps several, of the council uro opposed to the measures and will make an effort to have them held up. IT the ordinances pass, they will be signed by the mayor without delay nnd the difficulties between tho city and the Hampton Heads Traction Company will be at an end. The com? pany will abandon Its franchise In the city ami, as soon ns .proper adver? tisement can be given, the Citizens' Hallway, Light and Power Compnny will buy a franchise and run its tracks to the city limits on Jefferson avenue to connect with those of the Hampton Roads Company coming in front the Boulevard. These ordinances wore presented to the council last week, but could not be considered at Hint time on account of p. misunderstanding between Mayor H'-.xton and President Jones In regard to tho cnll for the meeting. <l><fKS><$><^3><3><$><eVfc<^ ** Social-Personal & Miss Nancye Shackelford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison Shackelford, of Gloucester county, and Mr. William Wallace MacNtch oll, of this, city, were married nt the home of the bride's parents In Gloucester at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, a number of the friends of the young couple In this city at? tended the wedding, going to Glou? cester Wednesday night. After tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. MacNlcholl left for a wedding tour through tho north. They will be at home to their friends at 1121 Twen? ty-fourth street, this city, after Jan? uary It). Miss Shackelford has for several years been teaching In school, No. <?', 1 In lOnst End, and Is popular among 1 a host of friends here. She Is a native of Gloucester county. Mr. MacNlcholl has resided in this city for several years and is widely known among tho young people here. He is employed at the ship? yard. i Mrs. Sol Peyser will entertain at whist this afternoon In honor or her guest, Mrs. M. Gilsdorf, of Wash? ington, D. C. ' Mr. nnd Mrs John Lewis Houldin, of Gloucester county, are visiting in Mrs. Houldin's parents. Col. and Mrs. Maryus Jones-. Mr. Robert Perkins, of the Uni? versity of Virginia, la spending the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lin wood Holmes, of Cuba, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs'. Hi B. Hohnes in North End. Mrs. F. P. Palon has as her guests here mother, Mrs, Mayo, and lier brother, Mr. George Mayo, of Richmond. Miss Merrltt, who is attending Women's Collego in Richmond, is I visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. B. Parker. Tho North End Dancing Academy will give a mask ball on New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Helm have returned home after spending sev? eral days with relatives In York, Pa. They wero accompanied by iMirs. Helm's four-year-old nolce, who will make her home with them. Mr. George L. Bookman, of Wash? ington, has returned hohle after spending a few days with relatives In this city. Stowaway Goes Back. Manuel Lopez, who stowed away on the American transport Meade at Gibraltar and was handod over to the authorities upon the arrival of the vessel here, has been or? dered deported by the department of commerce nnd lalxir. The man will be taken to New York and thero placed aboard tho steamer Cedrlc. Santa Clause Came. Santa Clause visited the children of the Newport News Baptist Sun? day school at the Casino last night, when the school gave Its auniial Christmas entertainment. Wo mako a specialty of fine old straight Whiskies. Imported and Do? mestic Sherries and Ports. NEW? PORT NEWS WINE & LIQUOR CO.. Coiner Twenty-fifth street and Wash? ington avenue. Both phones. 12-12-lm H. B. Walker sells the combination Four, "Good Luck." 12-25-tf Sou- Durno nt tho Y. M. C. A. to? night. His cntcrtuinmcnl is extreme? ly funny. It. flLKS ENTERTAIN THE LITTLE ONES TONIGHT Christmas Tree at the Lodge Home Is for the Needy Young? sters. The poor children of the city will be entertained by the local lodge of Klks ut Its annual Christmas tree celebration at the lodge home on Thirty-second street at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The doors of the home will be thrown open at 7 o'olock. Tho homo has been tastefully de? corated for the occasion and a big, gaily decorated tree has been ar? ranged for, the youngsters. Bags of candy, fruits1 and nuts and sma presents will be given each child that attends the entertainment. Mus? ic will be furnished by Smldt's or chestra and a special choir will King Christmas carols. At the conclusion of the entertain? ment for the children, tho lodge will entertain the ladles- who havo assisted In arranging for the "Christ? mas treo." Tho friends of the members of the order are Invited lo attend. FIRE AT PINE BEACH. Rumor Said it Was Hotel, But it Was Only a Trasn Pile. Considerable excitement was caus? ed last night nbout nine o'clock by the report that tho hotel at Pine Beach was being consumed by Harnes. There w,as a bright illumination In the heavens In the direction of tho beach, but an Investigation showed thai an Immense pile or rubbish near Hie beach was tired Iu.;. bofore sundown and that It win the cause of the bright reflection in the skies. Hidden Dangers Nature Gives Timely Warnings That no Newport News Citizen Can Afford to Ignore. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when tho kidneys arc sick. Well kidneys excrete a clear, nmber fluid. Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, or n thick, red, ill smelling urine, full of sediment and Irregular of pnssago. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from tho back. Back pains, dull and heavy, or sharp and ncute, tell yon of sick kidneys and warn you of com? ing dropsy, diabetes and Brlght's dis? ease. Dunn's Kidney Pills euro sick kidneys and cure them permanently. Here's Newport News proof: Mrs. A. E. Hemming, wife of A. E. Hemming, the well-known store keen? er, of G29 Thirty-fourth street, says: ''Just when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised In the Newport News pa? pers to cure kidney complaint in any form, I was suffering with a dull ach? ing In the small of my back and loins, I had other attacks In tho past, al? ways aggrivvatcd on tho contraction of a cold and tho notion and condi? tion of tho kidney secretions plainly indicated that those organs required attention. In fact. I was about used up when I got a box. The remedy proved to be just whnt 1 required. Mr. Hemming, convinced that Doan's Kidney Pills could be depended upon from the benefit I received, tried the remedy, nnd Is just as positive as I that it is very valuable." For sale by all dealers. Price r>0 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name?Doan's?and take no other. Don't Worry Everybody, these days thinks Lots about Christmas GlftB. YoU Easily can cut this worry. A tlP Comes in handy right now. StoP Thinking about it,, and I wilL Readily remove your doubts. I Invite you to visit my BtorE Come here and buy your gifts. For Christmas. T. G. C?BURN, ELECTRICAL CONTRUCTIOM AND SUPPLIES. Both 'Phones 148?Residence BeW 148-Y; Citizens 418. 2917 Washington Avenue, PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clranicr and reunifies the hair, l'romcilo n luxuriant growth. Mover Falls to Bcitors Ornj Hair to its Youthful Color. Curve ccalp fliitrm'S & hair falling. anhand, ll.OOat Drugg^U apital Dry Goods House. ^WASHINGTON AVENUE AT 30TH STREET= The Store That Savea Yon Money. of Women's Fine Tailor Made Suits Worth $15, $16.50, $18 and $20 Take your choice of any in ihe lot for THERE'S JUST 40 OF THE8E SUITS AND THEY ARE ALL NEW, FRESH STOCK?SATIN AND SILK LINED?SROAD CLOTHS, CHEVIOTS AND PANAMAS, IN SOLID COLORS BLACK, NAVY, RED, BROWN AND GREEN. WE TAKE INVEN? TORY JANUARY 15TH AND DO NOT INTEND TO CARRY A SINGLE SUIT OVER THE SEASON. EVERY ONE OF THESE SUITS MUST BE SOLD BEFORE THAT DATE. WE FIRMLY BELIEVE THIS TO BE THE GREATEST SUIT BARGAIN EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY. OUR BIG WINDOW DISPLAY WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE WONDERFUL VALUES?THERE'S PLENTY MORE INSIDE? AND $10.00 TAKES YOUR CHOICE. "\ was a total wreck," writes tflrs. Beulah Rowley, of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had suffered, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I did not know that anything could stop the pain entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. 1 advise all women suffering with painful periods to use Car? dui and be relieved." It does this by regulating the functions and toning up all the Internal female organs to health. It is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with a record of 70 years of success. It has bene? fited a million others. Why not you? Try it. FREE ADVICE Write us a lettei descrlblnr ?II your symptoms, and we will send you l-'tec Advice, Iri plain sealed envelope. Address: Ladies' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga .Medicine Co.. Clutta nousa, Tenn. Sold by Every Druggist In $1.00 Bottles. WINE OF Prices Good for Week Ending Dec, 28 3P0T CASH. No Goods Delivered. Choice Timothy Hay. per 100 lbs. 11.14 No. I Timothy Hay. per 100 lbs. $106 No. 1 Mixed Hay. per 100 lbs . $100 No. 2 Timothv 'Haw per 100 lbs . $100 Ship Stuff, sacked, per 100 lbs . $1-20 Va. water ground white bolted meal, sacked, per 100 lbs . $116 No. 2 Mixed Corn, sacked, per bushel. 66e No. 2 White Oats, sacked, per bushel. 43c No. 2 White Clipped Oats, sacked, per bushel . 44c Dunlop's Superlative Flour, per bbl. $3.85 Dunlop's Superlative Flour, 116th Sacks . $3.85 KANAWHA GRAIN CO., Inc. Thirty-fourth Street and C. & O. Tracks. Just Across the Bridge. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. i SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED. Q. Why Is It that glosses are I worn now more than a few years ago? A. Years ago the science of cor i recting errors of sight was not under? stood as it Is today, and only old per : sons and those who were very near j sighted wore glasses. Now we cor? rect with lenses all errors of vision. Q. Why is it that cheap glasses do not give satisfaction? A. Cheap glasses are mado of Infe? rior glass nnd are faulty in construc? tion. Optical glass, as used by us, is I clear, brilliant and perfect, thus insur? ing comfort and ense to the wearer. Q. Can headaches be relieved by glasses? A. If you have headaches and drugs are of little or no use, get your eyes examined. HULL & HULL, Opticians. 121 2Cth Street, Opposite Postoffice. Until further notice the N. N. & '0. P. Ry. & Electric Co., will receive freight for Pine Beach, via Ivy Ave., Newport News, at their Froight Depart- j ment, Hampton; also, at their "j freight office, Newport News, j Va., beginning at once. Nov. 26, 1906. THORNTON F. JONES, Afjt. | 1-26-tf. Hampton, Va. J READ PALMER SPRING LITHIA WATER'S Analysis and ask your physician about it. ANALYSI8. j By Dr. Henry Froehllng, Analytical Chemist, Richmond, Va. - ; The water contains, per U. S. Gal? lon, 231 cubic inches. Magnesium Carbonate. .1,30632 grains Calcium' Carbonate.1.92683 grains Strontium Carbonate .traces- grains Iron (ferrous) Carbonate . .31258 grains Manganous Carbonate i .05482 grains ] Sodium Carbonate.35107 grains Potassium Sulphate.54702 grains Sodium Chloride.08524 grains Sodium Iodide.00094 grains Sodium Bromide.00041 grains Sodium Bromide.00094 grains Sodium Arsenate. .trace-> grains Sodium Phosphate.01755' grains Lithium Chloride.05365 grains Alumina.02916 grains Silica.2.67096 grains 8.10643 grains Carbon Dioxide combin? ed with Mono-carbon? ates to form Bl Carbonates.1,67314 grains 9.77967 grains Call No. 333 Bell Phone. NEWPORT NEW8 BOTLING CO.. Agent?, No. 3100 Huntington Ave. I 11-20-tu-frl.