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CHAPPELL FAVORS LOAN
Says Congress Should Appropriate Million for Exposition. SECURITY ALL THAN BE DECIDED! Editor of National Magazine Calls] .Attention to the Fact the James? town Company Owns Outright the | Site for its Celebration. In Iho current Issue of the National Magazine, the editor, Joe Mitchell ('happell, says: "A hill has horn InVrOdUced In Congress to make the Jamestown Exposition a loan of a million doll? ars'. One who Is thoroughly con? versant. with the facts, Insists that no appeal to Congress over possesen J more merit. The precedent of loan? ing to expositions was made at the: time of the St. Louis Exposition, when $1,500,000 was loaned, and this loan wan paid on the dot, and did much to make that great. World's Fair the bucobs It was. Wille tin Jamestown Exposition Is only ask? ing for a modest amount, compara? tively, It has- much more to offer til-.hi the St. !.ouis Exposition In] the way of collateral security, for not only has It the prospect of gato receipts?which alono would Insure] the prompt payment of the loan hut tho Jnmostown organization] owns ti alto and property which are | very valuable, and such as have \ not been possessed by former ex? positions. They are In the unique position of owning tho right and title fee simple. It In hoped that there will be an awakening In Con? gress concerning tho great impor? tance of making this exposition a success. "Tho Jamestown Exposition will do more to attract and enthuse the people regarding tho navy ami Its requirements, and will stimulate n broader spirit of national enthusi? asm than any other event scheduled for years past. In the annals of the nation. It Is earnestly hoped that no Congressman or Senator will hold back In a proposition that means so much to the welfare of the whole country as Iho making of tho James* town Exposition a superlatlvo suc? cess. Any man who will take pains to look into this matter, will at oneo see that It will not only do much ethically und economically, hut will Where Quality Is Uppermost. 5> DISCRIMINATING MEN INSTANTLY RECOGNIZE SUPERIOR MERIT in Stetson Shiny Leathers, $6. M Dull Leathers, $5. | s WE FIT FEET. 2 I EISENMAN'S | 1 Shoe Palace, I ^ 2600 Washington Avenue. ^ otel Warwick Laundry. A '-.rial will convince you thut wo tum out nothing but Strictly High Grade Work DroD us a postal or phone us to call for your package this week. PHONES, NO. 10 T. R. WOLFOLK MANAGER. Money Ii to 5 Per Gent Cheaper If we are not mak? ing monthly pay? ment loans 1 ? to 5 Per cent, cheaper than any other money lender in the city we will make the party disprov? ing it a present of glOO, or a loan for life nt no cost. We pay 4 Percent on savings deposits. Give us a share of your business. 27 II Washington ?ven-je. be of fungible- value, to the cothmer olnl and Industrial Interests of the country; Many Instances might ho cited wliwo the growth of new In? dustries ,<ud products have found I heir iCioeptloit at an exposition, which Is often an effective means of exploiting American mauufac lures and products throughout the world." 5? THEATRICAL. * ?~-~^rr fTff inrcTmnnr&'B a v m " An unusually large advance sale indicates that Soitsa's new comic op? era "The Free Lance" will be wit? nessed l>v ti hin audience at the Academy of Music tonight. There have; been so many orders for seals by mall and telephone that Manager Hooker sees (rouble ahead for the box office unless his patrons call for their tickets during the day. Tickets laid aside itnd not called for before C o'clock this evening will be put back on sah'. "The Free Lance" was presented before a large and well pleased audi? ence at the Norfolk Academy last night. The company, headed by Jos? eph Cnwthorno, a comedian of wide reputation, Is said to bo one of the best that has been seen in comic op? era for years. Messrs. Klaw & Kr? ittliger are Bald to have provided a beautiful production sis far as scen? ery and costumes are concerned. Mrs. Cooke as Mrs. WIggs. Optlstn, undaunted by the rude jolting of the world's rough elbows and simple, unshaken faith In human nature are the predominating tones* In "Mrs. WIggs of the Cahbage Patch," which comes to the Acad? emy next Wednesday night Mrs. Wigg.-?, dear, klndhcartcd, optimistic soul, seeing everything through rose tinted spectacles, appears to havo been transplanted from the printed page to the lighted tago without having lost one vestige of her sterl? ing goodness. Madge Can- Cook has heen play? ing the part now for the past three years and In this her fourth seasron, the threadbare garments scorn to fit Oier better, to grow accustomed to her as she grows accustomed to them. In her experience as the por traver of Mrs. WIggs, Mrs. Cook seems actually to havo absorbed enough of that old soul's optlsro to make her act the part with scarce? ly any effort but certainly with pow? er and perfect grasp. "The Prince of Pilsen." ''The Prince of Pilsen" the popu .'.>r musical comedy by Frank Pl"? ley and Gustav Luders, and one which enjoys n grenter degree of favor than attaches to the general rue of this* play of performance, w'll be the Academy of Music attraction next Thursday night. In any comparative analyis of the elements; which give success to musi? cal comedy "The Prince of Pilsen" will be found to possess a combi? nation as rare it Is welcome?a wholly delightful musical setting Joined to a genuinely humorous story placed in an atmosphere ot ro? mance and poesy. Straight C per cent, money to lend In small or large amounts, on approved city real estate. See us before you arrange elsewhere. C. B. NI3LMS, President., Clarence O. Nohns, Secre? tary; W. K. Kitchen, Treasurer; W. Howard Bowon. Directors, H. Parker. L. P. Stearnes. Albert Howe. No. 2.M7 Washington Avenue. Real I Estate, Insurance, Rents, Loan.!, etc. 1-22-Ct. Impressive Exercises Held el City Dell lest int. LARGE CROWD III AT?E Veterans, Daughters and Sons Hear Eloquent Tribute Paid the Great Man and Soldier by S. Otis Bland. Services In Churches. A crowd that 11 Hod tho Corpora? tion Court room gaChurcd at the city hall last night to attend the joint Confederate exercises In com inetnoratTon of tho one hundredt!h an nlvorsary of tho 'birth of General Robert 13. Lee. Saturday was the anniversary, but It was decided to hold the exorcises on tho regular mooting 11*;4-? of Magr?der Camp, ; !6u federate Veterans. Probably half or the five hundred people present Wore ladles, many of them members of tho John "W. Dan? iel and Bethel Chapters, Daughters' Of the Confederacy. Seated In. a semi-circle before the commander's chair were the gray-haired veterans, among whom were BOnto Wiho fol? lowed General lx"u to Apponvittox. J, K. B. Stuart Camp, Sons of Vet? erans, was well represented in the audience. The feature of the exercises was an eloquent address upon "Tho Life and Character of General Lee," by Mr. S. Otis Bland. A beautiful tribute to General Leo as a man and ns the greatest soldier tfiiat ever lived was warmly received. I Sunday was the anniversary of Hie ! anniversary of the birth of General I "Stonewall" Jackson ana In ids ad I dress Mr. illaud referred hrlolly lo I this wonderful soldier, who fought J as- hard as he prayed. The Program . Tho program wa? as follows: ; Hymn?"How Firm a Foundation.' Address?S. Otis Bland. "The Lire I and Character of Lee." j Quartette?"It in Well Wltlh My ! Soul." Reading General Lee's Farewell ' Address to the Army of Northern ; Virginia?Prof. R. Randolph Jones. Hymn?"For All the Saints Who t From Their labors Rest." Presentation of Cross jst of Honur ? to veterans and descendants by Mrs. G. W. N'elms, president of the John j W. Daniel Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy. Explanation of issuing crosses and reading of law on crosses --C. j Aylott Ashby. I Calling roll of the deal ?f Magm der Camp since its ors'iuizi ation? By t'he nadjntunt. Song?"Tenting on the Old Camp Ground." , ?filiUM Crosses of Honor. Crosses of honor were presented to ] tho following: Veterans?Dr. A. A. ; Atkins. Co. I) Twenty ninth Virginia regiment; J. w. Hudglns, Armstead I artillery: P. L. Hudson. Co. B Eighth Virginia regiment; D. D. Patrick, j Company H Thirty-second Virginia regiment; J. B. Thomas. Co. C Twcu I ty-fourth Virginia regiment; N. 1L j Wright. Co. G Thirteenth calvary. I Descendants?T. M. Benson, son of I W. H. Benson; J. 10. B. Stuart, son of General .1. E. B. Stuart; J. B. McMur ran, sou of J. 15. McMurran. Services at St. Paul's. Lee memorial exercises held al St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday af? ternoon were attended by a large con* gregntion, in which the Confederate ; organizations were well represented. Tho rector. Rev. A. O. Sykes, made an appropriate address and the choir rendered a beautiful musical program. BRANCH STORE WINSTON SALEM, N. C. MAIL AND S PHONE ? ORDERS B PROMPTLY IN? FILLED. $1.75 Ladies' Long Gloves, | SLOO We just received from New York a Shipment of 325 Pair Ladies1 Loug Kid Gloves, six-button lengths, made of extra good quality Kreuch Kid, in all the popular shades to match the Spring dress fabrics, in? cluding White, Black, Brown, Tan, Steel and Grey. These Gloves were made to sell for $1.50, but in order to close them out quickly, will put on sale Wednesday at $1.00 the pair No Gloves will be fitted, exchanged or guaranteed See Display in Show Case Ladies' Suits, Half Price We just received 25 Ladies' Suits from our store in Winston=Salem, N. C, and will put same on sale Tuesday at just Half their former price. Prices ranging from Stale attirday, Jan, The only form of food made from wheat that is all nutri? ment is the soda cracker, and yet?the only soda cracker of which this is really true is The only soda cracker scientifically baked. The only soda cracker effectually protected. The only soda cracker ever fresh,, crisp and clean. , The only soda cracker good at all times. In a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY For a limited ttmo wo will make our Patent Rim Teeth. There is no plate to Interfere: with the tongup, and will not drop while eating, talking or laughing. m glU. PHLY CH&R8E FOR COST OF MATERIAL This is done only to introduce our Rim Teeth. DR. W. E. DORSET, Mgr. 26th Street & Washington Ave. Dil. W. E. DORSET City: In reply to your favor of ISth, I take pleasure In stating that I have worn a set of your Him Teeth for a good many years and I can eat anything, even to biting corn from the con, with perfect ease and comfort. Yours truly. F. O. GREEN, C19 N. 7th street, Richmond, Va. DR. W. E. DORSET, City: 1 take pleasure In stating that your Rim Teeth that I have worn for the last G years have proved perfectly satisfactory, and I can recommend them to any ono wishing to lay aside the old for the new. JAS. E. STANSBURY, CJO N. Gth street, Richnftnd, Va. DEAR DR: I am a graduate since 18SS. I have worked in nearly every large city from New York to Sar Francisco. I have found no . .1 Plate to give as univer? sal satisfaction as Dr. Dorsefs Patent Rim. J. C. DANA. D. D. SU No. 12 Rundel Park, Pochester, N. Y. TRY MY Old Virginia Apple Toddy IT'S FINE1 LIQUID REFRESHMENTS In endless variety. Family trade a specialty. Goods delivered anywhere. Bell Phone 67. 2312 Washington Avenue. GLOTMljS Cleaned Pressed and Dyed The Hub Cleaning and 211 Thirty-third St. Cltz. 'Phone 328. J. H. WHEELER, Prop. CARD. Wo wish io heartily thank all of our 1906 customers for their hind patronage and trusting our effort to 'please" will cause them to continue with us and wo assure them that our wish is to .show by our actions, our worthiness, So when in need of Sodas, carbonated or table llthld waters, Chesterfield (linger Ale. ICo- \ ca-Nola, syphons or gas tubes, call | Boll Phone No. 333. Again thanking I you one and all, Newport News Bottling Co , Sole Agents. Bell Phone 333. No. 3100 Huntington Avenue. J. C. HEBDITCH. tuesfrl. The Hampton Roads Traction Com? pany stopped operating its' cars iu tho I city l'mits of Newport New^ a.t mid j night, December 15, and will hereafter ! only operate its cars to the city limits jnt Twentieth street and Chestnut ave ! nue. W. W. S. BUTLER, Qeneral Manager. ? Sooner or later the eye loses its flexibility of focus. We try to read small print, but it is difficult, and we strain the eyes, until at last we rea? lize that wo must have glasses. Then we go whero wo know we will get an expert and correct examination and correct and well fitting frames. Of course wo go to HULL & HULL, OPTICIAN8, 121 2Cth Street. OppoBitn Postoffio?. Newport News, Va. EFFECTIVE MONDAY, SEPT. 17, '06. i Norfolk and Newport News Express Leave Shipyard Newport News for Pine Beach and Norfolk. IiCave Norfolk for Pine Beach and Newport News. *G;<0 a. m. ||7:in a. m. 8:45 a. m. 10:15 a. m. 11:45 a. m. 1:15 p. m. 2:45 p. m. 4:15 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 7:16 p. m. 8:45 p m. 7:30 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 12:00 m. 1:30 p. ni. 3:00 p. m. 4:30 p. m. C:00 p. m. 7:30 p. in. 9:00 p. m. ?Daily excopf Sunday. I Sundays only. W. W. S. .BUTLER, O. M. Hampton. Va. > ?EO. W. HATCH, Supt. ;'./-,'y.iW.i'l_._? Norfolk, ya.