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FORCE THIS EVENING
Mang State Companies and Dele?
gations to Reacti Here on
Late [rains.
LWHHTOM BOYS UN9E? YESTERDAY
First Session of Convention Will be
Held Tomorrow?Gener.il Commit?
tee Perfects Arrangements for En?
tertaining the Visitors?Harrlson
burg (tunning Team Hard at Work.
In propnrnllou (or the wolcomlng
of (lu> hundreds of riremen who will
nttend the twonty-flrsl animal con
vi-nilon or the Virginia state Flro
men'a Ansoclnllon hero tomorrow,
Thursday and Friday, Newport News
la putting on its holiday attire. Many
of the hotels and other business
houses along Washington avenue ami
Huntington avenue have been gaily
decorated with bunting, American
flngs ami firemen's flags- hummer
nble Incandescent lights hovo bOCII
strung across Washington avenue be?
tween Twenty fifth street and Thirty
second street and a large electric
sign, "Welcome Firemen," has boon
eroded in Washington Binare. This
sign was lighted lust night for the
first time ami attracted considerable
attention, The city hall, which will
he the headquarters of the visitors
throughout tin- convention, bus also
l??on decorated With bunting and
American flaps.
Real Invasion Tonight.
The real Invasion of the fire fight?
ers will begin ihis evening. Many
of the tdalo companies ami delegations
will arrive on the r.o'clock train
and others Will follow on the 7: in
und 8:30 trains. The visitors will
be met at llio depot by delegations
from the local companies and escorted
to their hotels ami bulging houses
Homo of the visiting companies will
arrive via OI,| Point and a commit
too of local firemen will l-> sent
there tu escort them to this city.
.Yesterday morning the company
from Lexington nrlvod and estab?
lished Us bchilquartors at the New
Port hotel. This company brought :iTi
members nnd a number of ladles. A
det^aJ Clinton I nf 2n firemen from liar
rlnonburg arrived with the Lexing?
ton boys and went Into camp With
liarrlBonliiirrj Hobo Compntly, No. 4
In North. K ,11.
Arrangements Perfected.
'Pile general committee of ilie local
fire companion met at the city hall
laat night and perfected all arrange?
ments for the convention, The fi?
nance committee reported Hint It had
?GO I. if. on hand and that $82 of (lie
fund subscribed had not been col?
lected. The soliciting committees
will make n last effort today to swell
the total amount to $700, the sum
needed to defrav all of the expenses
of the convention,
The committees on accommoda?
tions, parade, entertainment and con
tests reported that they had about
completed their respective ditties ami
that, ovorytlilug was in readiness for
the meeting of the firemen.
Harrlaonburfl Team Practicing
The running team of the Harrison
bun; fli\- company Is pacllClllg Hn
North Knd for the reel races to be
run'ivi West avenue Friday morning.
The firemen nro studying the cotuli
tlona of the wntor pressure her,, and
when the races are pulled off they
will he In goal condition for the
events.
Tli>a team has repeatedly won first
prize at State conventions ami the
Hnrrisouburg firemen expect the run?
ners to capture first prise in both the
State and world's events.
The Lexington, Woodstock, I.nray,
Strasburg, llagerstown and Cllinbor
land teams will practice hero for the
raren and (ho OYOnta promise to bo
exceptionally fast and interesting.
Judge Brown in Richmond.
Yesterday's Richmond News leader
Bald:
Police Justice John Douglas Gordon
Brown, of Newport. News, Is In the
city today on business. Judge Brown
- hits been a prominent and Influential
figure in politics in his congressional
district for years. He I? n pioneer
resident of the .Shipbuilding City and
has been on the police court bench
since the city obtained Us charter.
? Ho bus just returned from his vaca?
tion, which he spent at health resorts
on the coast, of Maine. It was upon
Jtidge Browns recommendation that
Justice John Crutchlleld. for years
his Intlmato friend, decided to seek
health In tho land of early frost and
prohibition, up where the KpnnObCO
flows. Judge Brown Is the picture of
health.
Back From Ningaia.
Judge T. .1. Bnrham and Mr. C 1).
West returned home yeslcrdav nfli r
a trip to the Niagara Falls and
through the North.
Endoracd by the county
"The moid popular remedy In Olae
go county, ami the best friend of my
family," writes Win. M. Klotz, editor
and publisher of the Otsego Journal,
Qlfbertsvlflo, N. V? "Is lir. King's Nov.
Discovery, it has proved to be an In?
fallible cure for coughs and colds, inak
Ing short work of the worst of them.
We.always keep a Upltlo In tho house.
I bellow it to bo the mos', valuable
prescription known for Lung nnd
Thront diseases " nunrautucd t" nev?
er, disappoint the taker, by all drug
glBta. Price Ode and $1.00. Trial
bottle free.
(
Want to Hell Real Es?
tate, and some have
great bargains. Why
don't we buy them '..
Well, we can't buy
them all; we want
our elieuts to taUe
some of them; Please
allow us to show you
what we have paying
from 8 to 12 per cent,
net.
Powell Trust Co.
BANKING X INSURANCE
Renls & Real Estate
2711 WASHINGTON A V IS.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
** Social-Persona) )*
?nsmrvmrr j nrt ^ "5 TiToTrroTmnr
Mm. s. .1. Untier nnil h?r datigli
ler. Mlstt Klu Itutlnr mill Miss MolllO
Douthomgo, ?r Unrrlninii, 'renn., have
relumed 16 their homo, titter a visit
to Mrs. ti T. llavls, 344 Twenty-1
seventh street.
Miss Adlll.o Turner, of Nashville.
Tamil., will return homo this morning
niter spending Iho suiuiner with her
sinter. Mrs. .lames 12. Ahhe, Jr? (ill
Twenty sixth street.
Mr. Qonrgo Kossen, Of New York,
general manager of iho United states
Shipping Company, ami Mr. Vnn Horn,
of New York, assistant general mali?
nger of the Holland America Lino
were In the eltv yesterday, the guests
of Messrs. B. M.. Ilotinhlgtou and K.
D. J. Luolillig. the loeal agents of their.
respective lines.
Misses Myrn Taylor and Nellie
Uriel, of Itli-hnioiid, will return homo|
i this week, after spenillng a few weeks
with Miss Maude Puckctt.
Mr. .lohn C. Hmlglmi. of Huston, Is
visiting his parents; Mr. ami Mrs. .1.
W. lluilsoii, on Twenty-seventh stroer'
Miss Linie McCahn, of Richmond,!
Is the guest of Miss Kalherlue Men
dltlt 1,110 Twoni v sixth street.
Mr. 'I'. w. Judklns retumod hone
I Sunday, after a trip to Niagara Falls:.
Toronto, Canada, and Atlantic City.
.Mrs. .1. II. r. JoynoS, who has Looh
111 for the past month al SI. Agues
hospital. Is now visiting Mrs. C. T.
Point In Richmond, she win in- ac?
companied home by Mis. Point ami
her little ilaughter.
Mr. R. P. .1. Limiting and his sister:
Miss Agues Luetilug. left yesterday
I for Now York, on their way to vlsfr
I their old home in Holland.
Mrs. Henry It. Culpcpor loft yes
i terdny for Hath. Me., for nn extended
I visit.
Hcv. und Mrs. Wlltnot Stone ami lit
I He daughter. Dorothy, of Maryland,
Lire visiting Mr. C. F>. Stone on parish
'avenue. I
Rev, Mr. Williams, of Charleston,
iff. Vn? Is visiting his hrother. Mr. .1.
[ II. Williams on Parish avenue.
Mr. Dotilllo Wllliains. who has been
with the Qonornl Blectrlb company.
Selo in etady, N . Y.. has returned to,
the eltv and has accepted a position'
'in ihr drafting department at the
shipyard.
Mrs, ,T. Walter MHotvotl. l>''^ >'e
i turned from a visit to relatives near
; ynchhnrg.
Miss Cornelia Mclllair. or Norfolk,
(is the guest of her uuut. Mrs. C. St.
John Howard.
j Misses Nellie Kamen and Rosa
lltrowii. of New Kent county, and Miss
i Pearl McjCoen. of Koypprt, N. .1., hrOj
the guest of Mrs. W. W. Humes on]
Twenty seventh street.
Dr'we Over a Child,
lessto Rounds, a ndftro drive-.- i m
ployCd hy tho Newport News 'I'r.-m;
for Company; was attest.?.| last night
[on tho charge of rockiest driving. The
neuro Is alleged to have driven bverl
Mr. P. F. Screon.v's llttli Child <ti
Huntington avenue near 1*1?? ? ly fourth j
street The child wis palufilll?, hit
.tot serlouslv hurt.
Athletic Team Askr for Challenges
The. Hunker Hill running team is'
desirous of securing a match with a
team for a 200 vord running racirt amli
for ruffhlng and hroad lump contests.!
The agCfl of the challenging team)
must he 15 to p.i year'.
To Attend Funeral.
The Ladles of Hie Maccaboscs will I
assemble In odd Follows' Hall. Thirty
second Street and Washington ave?
nue, this afternoon nl it o'clock to a'-l
tend the funeral of Mr:.. Noia Spiers.
S. Oils Bland Authorized to Act for
the Hospital Committee.
OPEN INSTITUTION NEXT MONTH
Subscription Committee i- Harri at
Work and Probably Will Have Re?
port Ready by Time the Charter
Has Been Secured.
Mr. s. oils Bland will go to Rich?
mond ono day this week and apply
In tho Stall- Corporation Commission
for a chiirlur for iho L'aiihboutna Hot
pliai Association. Tho charter com?
mittee of the new nssiol-.lion met fit
the city hall last night, und, after
completing its work. f-.lthoelr.Od .Mr.
Bland to apply for tin- charter.
Mayor S. It. Blixton, D.i.-io.s W. I-.
Cuiuay, ami lt. T. Styi, and Messr*
R. I. Kord ami S. (Ills Bland at ?
tlu members of the <-li i vii? couujiit
I d, and UtOy will In- ii.oiu I In ill"
cl arlui as lucoriKuiilu i.
Tue membership nil* -. -i i pi inn coin
i;-.t*leu of tho lioajdttil organization Ii
i 'iw at work ami by 'ho tlnle the
ciiurtor baa boon secured it ?III have
a report to make, iliid'ie T. J. liur
htini, the chairman. w,;i n en call a
mooting, at which a |V<.?iunneUl i?rg;i
nlriitlon prolmbly will be effected.
The director!* and Iru.-l 'm are i. iiih d
Ii iho charter, but it will tie t-ecfr-i
Miiijl to elect a prosi'lctt, vice pr?.<l
' deal am) t rcaaurcr.
II la Iho purpose i f (he iis..o. la?
tino to open a hosplt i- hiiild'ug H'ime
time m-\t month, and to take steps
toward having a b?l'dl i;j erected as
' t oon as possible.
BALL GAMES ARRANGED
FOR VISITI\G FIREMEN
Shipbuilder.; Will Play Team From!
Fort Monroe Wednesday
and Thursday.
The Shipbuilders will play two
gullies with the team of the For!
.Monroe Artillery School nt the I'asl
uti I'ark tomorrow afternoon and
Thursday afternoon, The games will
be especially lor the benefit of the
firemen that are attending the eou
vuilTon and a large attendance Is ex
peeled at both engagements.
I The home team was recently do-,
loa I o,| by the soldiers, but expect to
have revenge in thOBo games. The
fort team Is one of the fastest seen'
here tills season nnd a good contest
Is expected.
EAGLES HAVE HANDSOME
BANNER FOR THE PARADE
?"tTocal Aer'.e Making Elaborate Prep?
arations for Partielpatin In
Grand Aerie Convention.
! Newport News Aerie No. ...Vj. P. O.
Kaglcs, has purchased an unusually j
tiamlBbmd banner, which it will use
[III the street parade in Norfolk on
September 6th during the annual con?
vention of tin- Grand Aerie in that
[city. The banner Is now on exhibi?
tion at the Raglou' home, Huntington
avenue and Thirty-third street and is
(he pride of every member of the or?
der. I
On tin- top of (lie hardwood polo'
supporting the cross arm, to which!
tin- banner Is attached, Is a gold
iuojuilial_iia.glo with wings spread
ready for flight. The banner itself
Iis made of heavy silk, tin the blue
[background forming the upper quar
{tor of the banner,' is the Inscription.
"Newport News Aerie No. ,"i.V.?." hand?
worked lp red loiters. Below the blue
Is white silk. In the center of that
part i;; a handworked figure of an
{eagle .--landing on a furled American
flag. Above (he figure are the letter
V. O. 10. and below is a handworked
red scroll bearing (he name "New?
port News." Directly below that. Is
".Va." in gold letters.
The banner Is said to be even more
handsome than that of the Norfolk
lodge ami probably will be one of the
prettiest 'in the parade.
' Tonight the local aerie will hold
-K?rmtrtiffu rank drill followed by a I
crab fenst at (he aerie homo. A num?
ber of flailing Ragl?s from the west,
who reached Norfolk Sunday will at?
tend the crab feast.
The local aerie \- making extensive
preparations for entertaining visiting
Kaglcs on September I. "Ragle Bav?
in Newport News. Open honst' will
Ibo hold ftt both (he lodge home and
'the home of the local lodge of lOlks.
La lies will conduct the open houses
at both homes and the committee in!
chnrgo of the preparations will ritcolj
tomorrow nft?rn?oh to porflict plans
for the (Iffy. This committee is coin
po. od nt Mdsdanies l.ouis LoCb, C. K.
Helm, Stanley Smith, George H'eii
hbeffor, Bryan d. ' O'llara, Clark
i'aytie and .1. V. Hughes.
I Sunday Mr. 10 it. Ilirsh, of Balti?
more, stale deputy of .Maryland, and
Captain W. It. Brown, chairman of
the commitee. of the Norfolk aerie, on
arrangements \for the Grund Aerie
convent ion came to this city und con?
ferred with State President B. J.
O'llaia relative to the preparations;
being mrule here for efitolnitvlug, the
visitors oniOagles' Day." Both of?
ficials seemed well p.leased with the;
plans of the local ncrle Mtd expect
the day to In- a successful one.
"Everybody Should Know"
says C. G. Hays, a prominent business
man or Bluff, Mo. (hat Bin klonV. Ar?
nica Salve is the iptlckest and stires!
healing salve over applied to a sore,
bum or wound, or to n case of piles.
I've used it and know vvljat I'm talk
bur shout." Guaranteed by nil drug
gists 25c.
* THEATRICAL *
fJtSJULUJSLSSULSl-i 9 0 V 0.5 -?.5 P Q P t
Tho "Devil's Ann inn." which will he
Ihe opening nil met Ion of this season
it the Academy of Mimic tonight, litis
been before the theatergoing public
of the United states fnr a quarter of
a century and it never fails to draw
crowds.
Manager Yule promises that Ibis, i
year's' production win surpass1 any
previous presentation of the extrava?
gance; It has been revised ami new
features, scenery, costumes au I me
-hank-til effects have been Introduced.
Tin- comedy pari iii Iho performance
Is Intrusted |o tleorgc M. Topack and
Miss Flora Drowning. Mr. Topack
win appear as "Toby," tin- transform
d donkey, and Miss Drowning as
".lanet." the mill; ma Id. William H.
I.iiii IIa, sab! to he a ?derer charac?
ter comedian, will enact the part of
Pore Alidroche.
Ther,- will be three new ballets ar?
ranged by Allrollo Cocclo and six
English Im I lot dancers have been se
cured for one of the new blillots.
THE CUP OF LIFE.
Of all the vintage in the world
One single cup of wine.
One cup of life, one cup of death.
One destiny is mine.
I'd no* give lip that siicc|al cup
My fates have filled rbr me
Kor any other in all llmo
Or all eternity.
For In my time ami in my place
No' foot has stood liefere;
Mv taste or fortune, fine or base,
No lips can know of more.
So. might I choose, I would not lose
For licctnfod draughts divine
This deep spiced Vintage here and
now.
In mine own place ami time.
Mine be the strengt It to lift It. up
In pride, drink lull and free;
And Standing drain tin- mortal Clip
My fates have poured for nie.
-Eilith Wyntt, in Applcton's Mags
/im
Trial
Bottlo
10 Cts
'EFFEt'ra lMMBDIATELY
REMOVI I HK CAUSE,
ellavM liuliKi-Mlun. Palaaabo,
ItcKUlnr aiiu tCo & 60c ut druituiaU.
i.Kjirin
Fine Stationery.
Lends tone to your busi?
ness and creates a favorable.
Impression. Wo mike good
Impressions on stationery at
prices consistent with good
work.
We carry the following well
known brands of paper:
Bonds ? llousatohlc, Har?
rington. Danirer, Cambric,
Carthago.
Flat Writing ? Windsor.
Ivailhoo, Palo Alto and Rlvor
sldo.
Engraving.
Wo represent one of tho
best engraving houses in tho
United states and guarantee
quality am', prompt delivery.
Our specialty, all kiuds of
?commercial printing.
Watwkk Printing Co.
(INCORPORATED.)
211 Twenty-fifth St.
Dell 'Phono 123.
Electric Light
Power!
Tho heat And cheapest. Sen us
about connect In,; your building.
Rnte, 10c per 1,000 watts, subject
to catr usual teiuiB and discounts.
PURE ICE MADE OF DISTILLED
WATER?COLD STORAGE.
I Citizens' Railway, Light
& Power Company.
Power bouse and prant. Twenty
firth street nnd Virginia avenue. Of
! Ree, Thirty first and Washington live
nucs.
1 Both 'phones. No. 15. Night 'phone.
No. 40S. Citizens.
A FACT PROVEN.
Should Com liier I'.vrtt the Moni Skcp
Ural ut II? Truth.
If there Is Ihe (tightest doubt In tie
mlndii of any tlait liatulruff gornis ilti not
exist, their belief 1? compelled by lie
f.ict tli.it a ralilill liinocuhiti-d wltti tie
gonna hecamo bald In six weeks1 Ihne
It must bo apparent to any ptrsiji
Ihorofore that Ihn only prevention o
baldness I? the iK-ptruetlon of tie- germ
which act Is successfully ftccompllahei
In one hundred per cent, of eases I?;
thi? ippliisllon of r"owt?ro'a Iterplekle
1'nndriifT la caused by the samo g.-rni
wh'.eb ctiusi s baldness and can be pre
velited with Iho Bamo remedy?Ne'Wbro'l
llrrplclde.
Accept no substitute. "Hestroy thr
rnu*e you removo tho effect."
Behl by leading ilruKcl't*. Pond PV. Ir
? tirot" fer nampln to Tbn Horplcldc Co.
Pet roll. Mich.
Two sizes?60c and f 1.00.
ALLEN'S DRUG STORE, 6PEC1AI
AGENTS.
Enough to stretch one-third the way around the world. This
represents the quantity of blue ribbon used by the Pabst
Brewing Company of Milwaukee during-the past
year. About six inches of this blue ribbon is
stamped in gold with the words "Guaranteed
Perfect" and wrapped around the neck of each
bottle of
ibbon
of Quality
Some idea of the popularity of this famous
urew may be gathered from the size of this
order for blue ribbon labels.
The blue ribbon is the mark of excellence
and is used only on Pabst Blue Ribbon. It
is the maker's pledge of quality and your
guaranty of purity.
When you order beer, insist upon
having Pabst Blue Ribbon. You
can recognize the bottle by the blue
ribbon fastened to its neck, as
shown in the illustration.
Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And Bottled only at the Brewery.
Pabst ilr?wlhg Co.,
20tli St. & C A: o. ltw, Newport News.
Phones: Cltiz. 127; Hell 270.
Where Quality is Uppermost.
SO
FASHIONS
in I^iillos' Evening Slippers
and Tlos, Pink, CSroun and La?
vender SVitin Strap Slippers;
Keil, Hill" and Patent, Oxford
ami Pa ton I Strap and Knhey
Tics with French ami Ctihan
I Tools. A very choice assort
nu-at.
WE FIT FEET.
ESSENMAN'S
Shoe Palace
2600 WASH1NG1ON AVENUE.
Special invitation
? To see Mrs. Tousstuit, Export
Chiropodist, before going; t"
the Exposition, MuniciirliiR for
ladies and gentlemen, electric
face massage, shampoo, hair
dressing. 26o. Mareel Wave,
50c; SCalp I rent menl; half
goods, pllffH and switches, made
out of combings.
2.">'i7 Washington Avenue.
Phone Number ?7-Y. Pill
48
FOR MEN
Primi Of ?lies
('ItMlit in houl
Cures the ox.it ttilTicull CUSCS in tiuee .!.., s 1 .-el bf
ka>|><Ul.i ami ctUlicA. SoM t y
GORSUCH'S DHUG STC-RGB
364 Main nrRlo. Nomnu, v>,
IOX-, ?leHIHDIOH IVINtll. U
Strained Relations.
Pidgor -Didn t the look like Us':
Euphemia Ob, ye:;; slid raid that
die !".e,| us :,|| rigid, Inn that we
have to ecohonilr.o, so that alic Coiihfii'l
n specl us.- - Puck.
Closing Oat AU White Shirt Waists
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Waists thai sold for $2.125 and op to $2.98 are now
$1.89
Waists that were $1.98 nre now
$1.48
Waists that were $1 25 and $1.48 are now
08c.
Ladies1 Finn While Muslin Petticoats made with Deep
Flounce trimmed with Fine Tucks and Embroidery
Each $1.00
Ladies.
1 have opened si largo riinl attrac?
tive llalr Dressing I'nrlur at 215
Twoilty seventh street. Kv? ry branch
of the business Is given special at
tent inn.
Shampooing,
Hair Dressing,
Marcel Waving,
Chiropody,
Manicuring.
Children's Hair Cutting.
IRVINE HAIR DRE/iSINCi PARLORS
Tn-thu-lyr. Deli 'Photic DUG.
LADIES! .
This ndd and 2ft cents entitles
you to either a shampoo; ntnnl
cure, iiinssngc, or fancy hair
dress at
NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESS?
ING PARLOR
2t):i. 2711* streut. Sllaby lititdg.
Get Your Kodak Out.
Ii Yon Haven't
Any, Ciet One.
Has 'Km AM Kinds.
Souvenirs, Post Cardtt and
Kverythiog You Want
for Ctttncfas.
The Kodak
Where They Do Developing.
290? Wnsliinfjlon Avc.

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