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ffluglar ar.d H.! fcfilaiji) of Him. INJUNCTION SFCOhEO FRO? COtlM Action in Brought to Prevent Transfer and to Recover Two Shared of Met chants' National Bank Stock, Which arc Alleged to I lave Been Solo When Plaintiff Had Been Drinking. Claiming that he wna ?duped'- Into the nalo, of fifteen shares of the cap: tat Block or the M< rchunls' Natlounl Dank. I.. P. Whl'ing. through hit ill tbrnoy, s Cordon Cumin lug, yoalonlny Been rod an Injunction loslriilnliig II. M. KliiKlor, ii i. RehtViwls itnil the MorcluiutH' National Hank from tiunsloi ring the ?lock lo llcurj l.nnc Schmolz.. The oaso is nuo of lite nibsi unuuuul ? ?vor brought In a local court of equity, und it has on utcd a doul of lallt In financial circle. Tho injunction WtiH Issued by .In i^e .1. W. <! Uhu kstono. who Ih holding court in Now|io I New Scnratlon.il Charges. In his hill. riflcr soiling ou| Ihri usual runts, Mr. Whiting snys, "Tho coiuplalnanl was drinking oh said dato and had he n for sovorul days prior therein, so llml his eondl Hon. hoth mental and physical was such that ho was unable to under Bland or comp ohond the nature of ii blislucn liansaelli.ii. "That I he defondltnl, tin- said 11 M. Mnglor, hy and with (he knowledge and copsenl of the deieudanl. the mild II. L. Schmolz, und as the hitler's a gen i .as plaintiff, Is Informed, he Hoves and charges, knowing com plninnnt's condition to I" such as |o prevent him from realising and appre? ciating the nature and COtlHoqUi nee:, of any business transacted, look* n?l? vantage of the complainant's condi? tion, and of the friendship which hud existed between thorn for a long I Imp prior thereto, and Wrongfully Induce.I complaint io assign In blank both of hin two certificates or capital stock in the said Merchants' National llailll und 'Ud'vor the sumo In him, tho until If, M. Mngler, at the pried of $14fi. alleging this to be the true market value of such stock. "That said Muglp:' Imiuctllnloly or hhortly thereafter delivered boPi ?f the said certificates to the defendant, paid H, I, Schmolz, who has pre Rented them to tho'officers of ihe bank for transfer to tilihself. An Unlawful Combination. "Complainant alleges mid charges that tho pres.'pi unlawful poss s' Ion of the saht two eorllfloitlos of stock ill the said MerehnnlH' National Bank by said II I.. Sehlllolr Is the rogilll tunintw\M**. You Can Tell Our Chtti'wg by f/ie "Hang" fine of Hu- main reatures of the faultless V ttnkel and Kison man clothing i; lb- sol~lho Bhotlldors, neck, and collar I" lug perfect --mukitig the entire garment hang In hist the prope lliaunor. It's these little things thai you can always count oil when buying Krankel and Hisen mini garments. Vour Inspection of tftlu superb stock Is asked. Men's Fall Suits_$10 lo $25. Men's Fall Overcoats $10 to $30. STETSON SHOES HOWARD HATS FRANKEL & E1SENMAN 36 WEST QUEEN STREET, HAMPTON, VA. >r au unlawful combination und urn arranged plan between tliu Bald Mug Kt and Iho saiil Solimolx." The bill further sets out n mini ber of other contentions und winde it|i with t'ii- |irayer to the eon t te COinUOl Messrs. Schmelz, und Miiglei rcinrn the Block certificates lo.l Mr. WJiltlhg mid to prevent the I rain ' u Ilm Links by the Merchants'! National Lank. ' M.'. Magier, who was a director In le bunk, has. II Is s.ibl. tendered Iiis resignation as pitch lo the bouri rif lllreelors, and llio resignation Is] aid to have been accepted. "That sal,I Selmiel/ now controls 111' the bunking Intrtlttttlous in Kll/a ?lb City county, excepting Ihn Mor giants' National llauk and a small l.ho?ro institution, und is ami has been nine lltno using every concolvnblc rtort to monopolize Iho banking html *sh in said coiittty by Bcciirlng con ol of said Merchants' National irtnnk." Mr. Schmelz Not Concerned, douel Nelson s. Clmotuc, enshlei or (he Hank of Hampton, wild lasl lulghi Dial the mirebaso bf Iho slock by Mr. Schmolz was along llio usual liliiop of busluosH, Mr. Mtlgicr Offered Iho Block to Mr. flrboino hud M watt I (lion bought by Mr. Sehni'lz. Colonel It'oome said that Mr. Behtuelsi had nothing to do with tin' way in which ||| ,;. Into IhO possession of Mr. Mugler. and that until it was Offered |him, Mr. Schmolz did not know that Mr. Whiting's stork was on Iho mar kot. K 5 O o 6 B S B 8 ? 8 4 5 o B * S 4 6 a B C J I Matters Personal | ?j o oop 00660000000 oeooaeemt" Mr. mid Mrs. .lohn Mint, of Wash luglon. N. ,1., are the guests of Mr. ami Mis. Charles llOlllloy, in College Clare. Mr. Samuel S. Law-am lelt yesterday |for Itlehlnond to attend the horsol show. Mr. Samuel Hondo ChlHinun, oxall I'd ruler of llapiutnn Lodge of Niks, 11;: i|Utte I lek at Ills rOBldolICO ill Mill hall street. Mr and Mrs. W. Seoll Itoynlon. or llufTalo, are vhiiling Mr. and Mrs. IWilliam n. Iloyntoh, in Victoria uvo I lull-. Mayor fi P. Kurhoaa, of I'hoobuK, Dm lofl lor n visit In Wilmington, Miss Lou Sprint, of naltlniore. Is tile guest of Mr. und Mrs. I. M. Villi Wagoner, in Young street. Mrs. Charles M. Wlllinmson rnlnrnod veslerduv from a visit of several months to Konlueky, Mr. Cutbrcll Bach. Itov. .1. IV ('illhi i, II. pastor of Ilm | Colli I 111 Methodist church, has return ed from a business trip of several days In New York elly. FIRE NEAR BUCKROE BEACH. Laroe Barn of Mr. J, E. Fostc 1 Dc slroyed Yesterday Morning. The large burn of l'apl .lohn H. Kopier, Par llnekroe Pencil; was lo 1 tally destroyed by fire at Ri'UO o'clock yosterdtiy morning, Consldornblo fodt ib r, I arness, several buggies and Home fa mini; implements were In the I building and IhOBO, loo were eon > Slimed. .Let bow the blliae started is not positively known, im' it Is' thought likely (bat one of the men employed by Mr. K?ster must have dropped a match while feeding the slock. The hulllllllg was prai tloiill.V new. the old Rl rue turn lirivlng been hnrncdl also, an I Mr. Poster's loss will reach| tlHoilt $ I .fiOn. Thorn was some in? su aiiee on the building. GUY-COPE LAND. Pretty Woddlnp in the Fox Hill Me'.i'iodirt Church. The Upper Mi iho list church at Pov Mill was iho St.I an exceed? ingly pretty wedding yesterday after? noon, when Mr. .lohn Wesley Qhv elnlmcil Miss Jennie Adeline Oopeland as his b hie. Tl.ereniony, which took place at r?:S0 o'clock, was per formed bv Iho pasior. Rev. Mr. Mavis, and the church was filled with the friends or the young couple. .Miss Kllzabt Hi Gn'V, Iho sjator of Iho groom, Was Pie maid Of honor. While Mr. Uos COO t'opelan'l. the brld -'s lirotllO ', lit tended Mr. (luv as best man Messrs. Marvin Bloxom and Thomas ShttrpC were the ushers. \tii r the wed.lim: Mr. nnd Mrs. flay went to Old Point, where Ih?y bonded Ihn steamer for Baltimore an dot her point... Mr tiny Is the bookkei p. r for Mr. 10. \i. Tennis, in Phoebus, buffer' tu1 rly le.iibd In Pmt Mill- Hi* bride is the daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Pope land and a popular young woman In her community, To Jamestown Tomorrow. The trim yacht Ha will make a "nil ?rInnige" to Jamestown islau I toumr row so as lo allow Iho people of the lewer peninsula to attend I he iqeotlnn of the House or lllshon on the ramons island. Bv an < r.or Iho dale for the visit lo the island has been given as October l!i. wh'cn II should have l"e:i Saturday, October 12. To Plav Sixth oirmny. The Old Point Colilfo I College football eleven will plav Iho team of the sivtb Company at Willow I tench Park, Phoebus, touioriow afternoon, To Attend Board Meetioo. Clerk or the Court Harry 11 Holt lofl yesterday for Wtliiamahurg to! be present nl the meeting of the board] of directors- of the Eastern Stale Ho*> pim. I lounc'l Adopts ta'iiiion Ins? log Police Officers lo Jail ail Iclers 5ILE OF BQhOS POSTPONED Two Bids Were Received. Uui Nc Action Will ')e Token Until Town Attorney Cm Communicate With Cleveland Firm?C usadc Acalnsl Unlicensed Dog-owncm. Vagrants mual leave 1'hiicbun or nlad work on Iho chain gang, aecurd Inu t-i it rbHoliiilon passed by the lown cniincll last night. ? >?? council i" si moled Iho police officers to sunt incus all in r?oiiK, wlille or colored, who have no moans of support, before Hid mayor, who Will consign them to II.luilli gum:. The council In de? termined to rid (lie lown ?ff nil Idle p.'ISOUS. An iirdlnnnce whs n|?o ndnplod rOr bidding tllb mining of a who. I of for Inno on iho streets. In Rcj ul.ir Sesrlon. The council mel in regular session ,on| disposed of COIIKldotUhlo routine business. Ill Iho absence of Mayor Korneas. [ Councilman William (i. Morris called iho council to order and was elected tempera \ chairman of the meeting. Tl.oilnollllieU present were Messrs. .1 .1 l.ouehl'raw. f\ W Wilg?lli '. II V. Koster. Conine N. Sutler. (borge II. I.aneor. and N. (' Ha lies. The minutes of the last regular i.ling were read hy Town Iteeo dfl Krank IJ. Ijtirrnbeo and upprovod In the council, The lonorl of Mayor I.. P. K"urnen showed that the sum of $1111 was col? lected in foes and fines during Sen ?ember. Town So giant W. It. Williams re pot-led thai the poloo department made 7? arrests during September. Bond Issue. win n iho mittler <>r Ih? ssn.ooo fi nor cent, bon.i Issue was taken up Town Recorder l/irrhbeo rend two IiIiIh as follows: W. .1. Haves mid Sou, Clevelnliil. Ohio, for issue a1 :> per cent., $20,000 lens $.1.000 ror cxnoiiBbs ror Issue hi Ii per cenl., $20,00(1 less. $400 for ex? penses. K M. Tennis I'hoobus. for entire: $20,000, Issue $ in.000. lipon the recnmniendatlon of Conn oilman Sillier, the mutter was placed tin the (able until next Thuis lav ulglil In order to allow Town Attorney Power Iho opportunity to conimunl Clllb With W. .1. Haves ,li Son. Coupons representing; $500. interest on the special strebt Improvement I ?aids, were destroyed bv burning, in the presonc ? off Iho couiie|l Crusade Against Doc;r. The council instructed (ho police depnr.ul t<i t pike a crusade agnlnst ?log-owners, Wlio have not paid their license:'. It was decided to lot the contraei for supplying the town with fuel, reed and other provisions, and Hie lown rccordor was Instructed m secure Mils. When the council adjourned It whs with n vol.. to moot i? ,,u adjourn ?,; I session next Thursday night. miss mabTl s~clater ig wed w. c. l- taliferro. Brilliant Marriage Will Take place ln| Old St. John's Episcopal Church I On October 23. I A wedding announcement ,,f more, than usual Interest to society on tin-' Virginia peninsula was made yester? day when Mr. mid Mrs. dolpi Malloy Sclntvr Issued cards to the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mabel sjmkina Sclater to Mr. William c. i,. Taiia ferro. The ceremony will occur 111 old Si. Johns Kpiscopal chinch on Wednesday evening. October 23, at C o'clock, and Rev. Rovordy Ksllll. i). D.; the rector to be the olTlclntlng min? ister. The church decora Hons will bo of green und white symbolic of the season of autumn. Miss Sclator will be attended by Mrs. Mary .1. Phillips as the matron of nonor and there are to be no brides maids. Dr. K. C. S. Taliaforro, of Nor? folk, will attend bis brother as the host man and the usjlors nie to be: .Indue i. I.. Tal la ferro, Mr. Cleorro It. Tnlin ferro, of tllciucostor county; Hon. .1. Hoyd Scats, of Mnthows County; May nr Thornton P. .limes, Mr. ii. ii^ Sein lor ami Mr. Kugotie Irvlll. Immediately following the marriage the wedding party will be tendered mil informal r. eeplion at the home of Ihol bride's parents and at 7 P'cock Mr. I'alinrcrro and his bride will take the New Yoik steamer for an extended visit in the north. Mise Sclnter Is one of the most at? tractive a well as the most popular/ young ladies in Hampton. Mr. Talln-I rerro, besides being a respected and' ?steep-,,.,i member of the Hampton bar.' is Hu attorney for the town of Hump! Ion and a number of the hoard of vis tors of William mid Mary College.; He is the son of Iho late Ceneinl Will.1 K. Taliaforro. of Gloucester county,' ind Is widely connected throughout. Virginia. I specially III the historic id'linty ol t;l.\uoestor. lie came to Hampton uevi fi years ago from Ulou in Ii i buglll Hu- practice Ol hin pro fcssion und has bullt Uli u very ?nc ccRBfiil practice. Hass-Argenbrlght. Mr. Praiih link? nnd Miss Kffio Ar gouhright <d Newport News, cnhto Hampton' Wodn?adny nicht and at eil - d n IlcohttO lo nun iv. Miss Ar geubrlght, whose homo Is in Btntin inn, htiH iH?oii vlallfug her Ifrothor Mr. William ?rgenbrlght. Mr, llii'su Im ,i Hui?mau employed by the local | telephone company. FOR SALE. foil SALK?FOUR KRK811 Mll.fll| cows. KAY S. CURTIS, 253 lice street. 'Phono 222, I lampion. Yn. . io to nt. POtt SAI.U?AUToMOItll.K. FOUR I leiilH, good condition; domonktrn lion given, p. \V. VAN WAGONER, Hampton. Va. 0-10,3t. ? :vv. BBHMBBBnBBMBBBBHHM T!ie?Greatest Conve? nience ol Modern Times: A GAS IRON. CALL AND SEE IT. ! Wines and Liquors I belong to the loot tribe that atra? '?d away ;. ni Dublin before Moses i lied on the Rod Sea. I'm a price cutter. I m a inoucy-inaker; I'm the lone that 'sells all straight Whiaklc* j retail at wttolcBulo prlcea. The tol lowing tilgt, trauo lOo Wulsklea I Bell fur So a drlnlc: .Paul Jones Pure ityo, Bherwouri R>e Whiskey, Carroll Spring*, pure Maryland Rye Whiskey, joverliolt Rye V7h|akey. Parkwood Rye Whiskey. All of the above nnraoo Wblakiea aio strictly high grade: watch my prices If you dar?, boat mo If you can. Whlrlrey In ">ulk ait following prices: I Old Nick Pure Ry?, % pt.. 26o; gallon.(4.00 Leonard'! Fnrorlto, % pt.. 10c; gallun .. ...i.00 Hunter's '..altlmore Rye, % pt., 26c; Billion .4.00 Maryland club, ft pt, 25c; gal? lon ...4.00 Paul .loftcs Puro Rye, ";.<? pt, 20c; gallon.2.7? I Star A. Ityo. gallon.?. 2.00 Moss Rose, gallon.2.00 l.irkwood Pure Rye, gallon.2.00 roftoraon Puro Ryo, gallon., 1.75 i Kentucky Rourbon, gallon.1.40 Double Slump (lln, gallon.2.00 I The following brands of Califor? nia Wines. Pjrt, Sherry, Ca tawba, Claret, Blackberry at 2Gc per nt. per gallon, 75c. Prldo of North Carolina, i yenra old, gallon. 2.00 KutameUl, per gallon.2.00 Carroll Springs, gallon.2.50 XXXX Baker Rye, gallon.2.50 Barrel And Bottle House! 19 AND 1t MELLfcN ST., Phoebus, Va. T-non9 CIO I New Fall Styles Are arriving dally and the showings nro far superior to anything wo have ever offered In the lino of high-class tailor? ings, .lust as well be ln the "push"' and get your order In early. Wo guarantee the most per? fect tit, and wo challenge others to duplicate our prices. Order now nnd havo the suits ready when fall is hero. S.Marbach THE EXPERT TAILOR. Corner Court and Queen Street, Hampton, Va. WANTED. WANTED POSITION A8 MOUSE keeper and laundress bv competent white lady. Apply MlCHAEli E. Hit ECK, Ward A. Soldlei-* llpmo Hospital. 10-D-3L Why Not Be fa Style And Look Nice in a KIRSNER SUIT? Our garments combine Stylo, Quality and Ki?. and we defy competitors to uttdtJrsoll us. It's a fact thai nothing that leaves cur store can be duplicated f>r the price at other place?. Thou we guaianteo sat isfaeti u or money hack. Kirsner's Clothing Store, Kirsner, Prop. 18 and 20 W. Queen St. Hampton, Va. I AIR LINE FERRY 8TEAMER8 Eleanor, Squirrel and Gouldman Will land you at the new Qovernment Pier at the Exposition Grounds. Leave. Exposition A. M. 8:00 8:46 9:30 10:15 11:00 11:45 P. M. 12:30 1:15 2:00 2:45 3:30 4:15 B:fJ0 5:45 6:30 7:15 fi:00 8:45 0:30 10:15 11:00 to chatigo wlth Leave Old Point A. M. 8:00 8:45 9:30 10:15 '11:00 11:46 P. M. 12:30 1:15 2:00 2:45 3:30 4:15 5:00 5:45 6:30 7:15 8:0C 8:45 9:30 10:15 Schedule subject I out notice. Last Boat Leave* Exposition at 11:00 p. m. Special Continuous Round Trip Tickets, 25c. Good after 7 o'clock P. M. A Little Talk on REAL tSrATt I apt offering some of tin- choicest building loin in the East und Weal Ends of the town at very law prices mil easy toims, and Ibis is no excuse Tor a man not owning his house if von are looking for Improved property >f any kind. I can procure you better "iirgains which, will b. ing you surer ncrenses In values than anyone in lampion. IfV. E. LAWSON. Hank of Hampton H'.dg. Hampton, Va. fer/a/s d Have Vot/r Dress Goods Materials . SPONGED, SHRUNK & PRESSED ? on our new DUPLEX SPONGER The only method that will 8 pun go nil elussos or goods prpper.ly. 'PIk- price! .".f. n yarii, la established by tho manufacturers of loo machine. S DEPT. STORE! J HAMPTON, VA. rHRDGOBOUBBUBUil A /V0B8V D/SPLAV OF HIGH GRADE MILLINERY. That's oxaolly what the ninny Indies who came to our display this week tob| us. and if you wish t<> see tiio oxlilh'tldii you hau bettor come In within the hoxl few days. \Vo hnvo never shown a prottlor or most op to the times line of millinery. It is known that wo established the reputation for low prices, and this season's showings are made even more attract vo by tho small money wo ask for them. Mr./*. I. M. St&xy THE MILLINERY STORE OF QUALITY. No. 31 E. Queen Street. vnSBflBflHflBCBHRflHBsSfrHSSDHH Hampton, Va. HENRY L. SCHMELZ, President. FRANK W. DARLING, Vlcs-Prasldant. The Bank of Hampton Hampton, Virginia IS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR NEWPORT NEW?. Capital, Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 $125,000.00 DEPOSITS OVER ONE MILL'ON DOLLARS. Tha only designated Depository In the State of Virginia In Eastern Virginia. We make loans on Real Estate?NOT PRO? HIBITED?ae are the National Bauktv. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS h NELSON S. GROOME, Cashier. J Just As Well Keep This In Mind! That when you are down town looking at .Millinery that thoi'o Is no pret? tier place to visit than BURGKS" MILLINERY STORE We have the stock complete and the exhibition embraces all the lat? est Persians styles and the creations of the American designers, oltally you cannot :.fl'ord to miss seeing the display. We are rendy to take the fall order and have the hat for you in .1 few days. Surges' Millinery Store BURGES' MILLINERY FASHIONS, EJAST QUEEN STREET. HAMPTON. VIRGINIA. FOR RENT^ Ww *iave Hevcral nice dwellings that * will be for rout within the next ftuv days. You.had belter speak quick if yon want one. M. W. MORGAN & CO., REAL ESTATE, RENTAL O INSURANCE AGENTS IS S. King St. Phone 91. Hampton, Va. asHasBraBBBSBSsanaBsnav^ i iTimun si For Plumbing Steam and Hot Water | Heating TT SEE CI1AS. T. TAYLOR of Hampton, Va., The reliable plumber, who carries the largest stock of Plumb? ing, Stentn nud Hot Water Fixtures on tho Peninsula. All wor.c guaranteed. Repair worlt promptly attended to. 'Phone 173, Cor. Court nu J Queen Streols. Gat Ready for inter Now. r>] MT it COOL AND COZY. You're In fo ra pleasant tlmo if you seal yourself ul ono of tho tables In an lee cream parlor where my cream is sold and order a dish of cr< am. It's refreshing, palate pleasing, healthful nisi nourishing. Many fla? vors to choose from?nil good. Try our Peach Cream. Nothing bill cream from The Virginia Polytechnic Insti? tute Creamery used in making all ray |e.. cream. Rn E. Gate wood. Corner County and Curry Streets. Phoebus. 'Phone. Daily Press, 10 Cents a Week