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With Each Go-Cart or Baby Carriage Spring is coming. Don't endanger your child's health by keeping it in doors. Buy a Go-Cart or Baby Car? riage NOW 15 THE AC? CEPTED TIME. You should also begin thinking about a REFRIGERATOR. We handle the celebrated EDDY, which has no equal. Call on us for a catalogue. A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY AN EDDY REFRIGERATOR: The Eddy is the re? frigerator of quality; iti* the only strictly sanitary refrigerator on the market; it the most economical right from the start by reason of the ice saving, food saving, labor saving and health s wing; and it is permanently eco? nomical because built to last a life time. Eddy construction injures DRYNESS as well as the exclusion of heat. And this, as you know, Is extremely important. M. H. LASH 2803 5-7-9 Washington Ave. Thor?.? are no "refractory nones" when the "SO SASY Byo Clans" is used. it practically adjusts lisolf as it Is put on, and it stays' on with perfect comrort and Hocurlly Hi! you are ready to take It off. HULL & HULL Largest Optical House on the Peninsula 121 TWENTY-SIXTH STREET, Opposite Post Office NEWPORT NEWS, VA. wseokmamemmmmmmaanmam] Boyd's Pure Phosphate Baking Firnt in purity, baking efficiency nnd keeping quality. There i? no argument or nsserllon so convincing an tui actual teat. FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERS Mfg. by W. C. HOYD & CO.. ?. S. Serial No. 10,777. Figure It Out! And you will llnd It payo best In the end to have your JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING done right In the ftrat place. Bring it to us?get tho benefit of our unusual facilities and our skilled repairers. Wo guar antco tho very best of work at reasonable prices. J. J. Palmer's Sons The Leading Jewelers 2704 Washington Ave. Established 18$>2. Mil Enter New York Factories to; Find Hew Ctrl Tollers Live. I MEETING AT J. P. HORGMk'S HOME Financier's Daughter Leading Spirit (n Movement That Will Aid Nation al Civic Federation?Plan to Better Condition of Factory Workers. I NRW YORK, March T.?Womon ot social prominence met at the home or Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of J. Plorpont Morgan, and decided to ask the National Civic Federation to np polnt a woman's committee to co-op crate witii Hit- welfare department of the federation. Subsequently, at the Colony Club a local auxiliary body was formed, which will be known as the New York Woman's Committee. Tho women who Initiated the move? ment In aid of the National Slvlc Fed? eral Ion are Mlas Anne Morgan. Mrs. J, Horden Unrrliiian, Mrs. .lulla K. Wesi, New York; Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, Mrs. Talcott Williams, Philadelphia; Mrs. Bva McDonnM Valesh, Mrs. Richard Walhwrlght, Washington; Mrs. Joseph Medlll Mc i Cormlck, Chicago; Mrs. C. P. Orr. lllrmlnghnm. Ala.; Mrs. Thomas Sherwln, Boston; Mrs. Samuel Math? er. Olevoland; Mrs. Archibald Alex? ander, Hobokon; i.Mvs. William H. Crocker, San Francisco; Mrs. Sarah S. Plat! Decker. Denver; Mrs. Fred? erick R. Hazard, Syracuse: Mm. S. Thiireton Hnllard. i/oulsvllle; Mrs. J. K. Ottley; Atlanta, On., and Mrs. A. F. M.eKls.sIek, Creenwood, S C. Will Live With Workers. The members of the Organisation Will ko IhtO factories, and cat and sleep With the working girls. Tho object Is to enable these women to offer valuable suggestions for reform In factory .legislation and supervi? sion. Several of the women Interested have already visited the manufactur? ing towns, examining the workrooms In search of detective ventilating, heating, and lighting. They have sat with the ?Irin In tholr lunch rooms Slid on door slops, eating the same food, and winning their confidence by i.beer force of esraostness In n worthy cause. Moreover, I hey obtained most valuable criticisms and suggestions from tho girls themselves. Miss Anne Morgan has gone through the dangOfOUB glass factories and has spent conRldcrnble time mak< lug herself conversant with the home conditions of the employes. Mrs. McCormlck Active. Ufrs, Joseph Medlll McCormlck. of Chicago, who lias come on to iNcw York to make suggestions' tor tho or? ganization, has given up many nlghls during the social season to see how wonfhii are forced to work nfter night? fall. "Wo aro not duplicating the work of the factory Inspectors," mild Mrs. Hardlman. 'We intend to do our work largely by personal influence with the owners of factories' whom evil conditions of lnhor prevail. Wo will not, however, make any sugges? tions that do not come from thorough familiarity with the factories wc criticise." JEALOUSY CAUSED Tw/S WOMAN TO SHOOT TO KILL MARSH AM,, N. C, March 7?MIsr Parrada Shelton, known as the pret? tiest young woman in Sholton county, and a member of the well known Shol? ton family, from which tho county Kets Its name, yesterday shot Miss Ida Franklin, another well known young woman, of whom she w'nn jealous, and then fled across the stnto line and ' took refuge In Tennessee. She was closely pursued by tho state officer.-;, however, and was taken luto custody, ami is held for requisition, as sbo re fusoB to return voluntarily. One of the bullets from Miss Shel ton's revolver struck Miss Franklin In tho breast and inllleled a wound which is fatal. Miss Shelton has been noted for her daring. She often car? ried n revolver at her girdle and was an expert shot. Tho two young women have not been on good terms for a. long time. Formerly'they were fast friends until a love nffalr made them rivals. Ro cenlly Miss Shelton hoard that Miss Franklin had been talking about hor. and she declared sho was going'to give her a chance to deny or affirm tho village gossip. Yesterday MJss Shelton calied at Miss Franklin'? homei and was refused admittance, whereupon she began shooting tlirough tho door. She filled the door full of bullets, one of which fit ruck her rival. Auction. At the Roles Jowclry Co., auction. H. T. Slnpleford, auctioneer, Tuesday morning, commencing at 9 o'clook, I. 500 sealed boxes will be sold at 25c bach. The value ot these boxes range from 25c to $10. and contain Cut. Glnsd, Sllvorwnro, Jewelry, etc., and one good watch. Pick your box nt 25c. It. Best Healer In the World. Rev. F. Starblrd. of Bast Raymond. Maine, says; "I have used Rucklcn's Arnica Salve for several years, on ! my old army wound, and other obstl ; nate sores, ard find it the best healer In tho world T use It too with groat success In my veterinary buslnoss." Price 25c at all druggists. THEATRICAL William Clifford and tils company 1 will be at the Academy on Mondny af? ternoon and night In Walker Whlto sido's comedy in three acta, "Wo Arc Kltic," by Lieutenant Gordon Kcail, author of "Tfte Mngls Melody." Mr. Clifford will be seen In the dual I WILLIAM 'CLIFFORD Appearing In "We Are King." ! role -which Mr. Whlteslde played for j three seasons, and which It Is report ' od, offers Mr. Clifford a rare oppor ' tunlty Tor the display of talent, along both comedy and dramatic lines. j VOTE ON LOCAL OPTION. An Election Ordered in West Point for April 6, and Fight Opening Up. WISST POINT, VA.. March 7? In response to n petition from the clll 1 zens of West Point, .ludgc C. P.. .lones hns called nn election for lo? cal option, looking to the ubolltlon of the snloons in West Point, for April 6th, The day following, April 7th. i King William court convenes, at I which lime the liquor dealers hope to renew licenses for ibe ensuing year. j The only saloons in King William county are in Went Point, numbering five. The contest will |.?a Interesting and will In a few days bo at Us height. The dry.! will have fine speakers. The wets are doing their own speaking. In Society, j "Anything new at the reception last . evening?" "Well. yes. The genial host and tho ly."?Kansas City Journal. amiable hosteaa quarreled informal Auction. At the Hales Jewelry Co., auction H. T. Staploford, auctioneer, Tuesday morning, commencing at a o'clock, I, 000 sealed*boxes will be sold at 23a each. The value of these boxes range from 2f>c to $10, and contain Cut Glass. Silverware, Jewelry, etc., and one cood watch. Pick your box nt 25c. It. Indies' Aid Society, First Presby? terian Church will give a Social In the lecture itooni, Friday, March 13,' from 8 to 10 p. m. Refreshments will bo served. Music throughout the evening. All cordially invited. Sil? ver offering will be expected. 3-8-13-21. The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Pr. King's New Life Pills. They bring-] you the health that's more precious than jewels. Try them for headache, biliousness, constlpntlon and malaria. If they disappoint you the price will be checrfuly refunded at all Jrug stores. LOST. LOST:?LADIES' GOLD WATCH, chain attached, double case, letter:; ".I. B. R. to M. IJ. M." Inside, be? tween 2-ith and 2<lth streets, near Hoanoke avenue. Finder will secure rewnra ny returning to 1136 2Gth streot. 3 C-.1l Monday's Special Armour's Star Hams, 12k pound. Fresh Country Eggs, 25c dozen. "Heath's Excellent"? our own special brand of Coffee, 18c pound. W. 0. Heath & Go. . Cor. 27th St., and Waih- . \ ington Avc. / B \-/ I WASHINGTON AVENUE AT THIRTIETH ST. The Popular Rough Effects in Shantung Silks. 21-Inches wide?Colors, Black, Brown. Navy, Gr? y, White, Copen? hagen Blue and Champagne, 59c Yard. New Spring Hats TRI MM ED READY TO-WEAR. AH (lie correct f.hnpcB and colors nt . ...... Tlio new Gibson Stock Collars, each 25c. New Silk Cloves, Black and White, pair , 50c. White Goods and Domes? tics, White Checked Muslins and Madras, yard . 10c (12 l-2c value) Fine White Goods?Madras and Swisses; 19c grade, at yard. 15c Kino Mercerized White Ma? dras; 26c grade, yard _ 19c Chanibray Olnghnm; full run of colors, at yard . 8c Plaid and Stripe Pphj Ging? ham; new spring colors, yard. 10c. Best Dark calc.i, yard ... and Light. Per . . 12 1-2c Shirting Percales, yard-wide; 10c grndo, yard . 7c Shirtini; Calicoes, yard. 5c Solid Color Cannon Cloth. 2o pieces go on sale Monday at 15c yard.?All colors. Printed Cheviots and Madras ?Wlilte grounds In Checks, Stripes and Figures; 12 l-2c value at, yard . 10c Checked Apron Gingham; good quality, yard .6 1-2c .10 Dii7.cn Good Turkish Tow? els Monday, .1 for.25c A lot of light colored, most? ly Grey and Tan, Pin Id Drem Goods; 25c. grade, nt yard.. 19c English . Long Cloth; 13c grade nt, yard .....- 11 1-2c WANTED. POLI j PARROT WANTED?ON B that is llvoly and can talk; state price. POLLY, care Dally Pro SI. It. I WANTED?LADY Oil OBNTLEMiAN I of fair education to travel for Arm of large capital. $12 to $24 pc. week, straight salary, payable weekly. Expenses odvauced. Ad? dress 0EO. CBOWS, Newport News, Vu. 1L WANTED?OCCUPANT KOR FUR-! nished rooms with or without table j board. Call 100 117th St. 3-8-31. WANTED?A IjOAN OB 53.000 ON ?well located proporty ' worth 5S.000 for 1 or 2 years. Address "OWN? ER.- Box 390 City. 3-7-3L WANTED ? THE PEOPLE TO know that wo havo moved from 3102 Washington Ave., to 3110% Washington Ave., formerly occu? pied by tho Lyric Music Company, now owned nnd run by ufl. THE FERGUSSON MUSIC CO. 2-2-3L WANTED?BOARDERS?130 THIR ty-flrst street; modern conven? iences; references exchanged. WANTED?TO BUY, SELL OR Ex? change furniture nnd stoves. O. W. LEWIS, 2002 Huntington avonuo. 3-17-3L 6PECIAL NOTICES. WiE HAVE ARRANGED TO LEND money al straight 0 per cent, ou Real Estate, interest payable every six months (not monthly payments) small or large amounts. See us before borrowing. NELMS & CO.. Inc., Real Estate, Insurance, Rent* nnd I-oans, 2517 Washington Ave? nue, Nowport News, Va. 3-8-81. WE DO COLLECTIONS OF ALL kinds. Guarantee to collect or no cbnrge Is made. Cave yon any old bills for sale? We will buy them. M HR CHANTS PROTECTIVE AS? SOCIATION, Room 9. 2616 Wash? ington avenue. G. C. BLAND. M^r. Boll 'phono 323. 3-8-tf. WE SELL AND BENT PIANOS, cash or easy payment plan, ncc.opt second-hand pianos or organs as part payment on new instruments. Tuning and repairing a specialty. All work guaranteed. FERGUSSON MUSIC CO., 3110M,' Washington Avenue. Cltz. 'Phone 35. 2-2-*tn. Best Meal Ticket In the City. DEL MONT LUNCH. 2503 Wnshlngton Avo. FOR SALE. FOR SALE?A WELL LOCATED 80 acre farm, with 1 room house on It. In good condition, about 8V& miles from city, GO acres cleared balance in cord wood timber. Only $1,200. The best bargain In a farm ever ofTered In this vicinity; SOM MERVILLE TRUST CO., Inc. 3-8-2L FOE SALE?A NICE SIX ROOM house with batb, sewer, gas and etc., in good section of Bust End for only $1,370?$300 cash, balance $10 per mouth. Your opportunity. I>et us show it to you and you will agree with US. SOMMERVILLB TRUST CO., inc. 3-8-21. FOR SALE?ON 35TH ST.. NEAR Washington Ave., a nice. 8 room well built dwelling with hath, gas, electric light and granolithic Bldo walk. Only $3,000. Your chance to get a nice home cheap. SOMMER? VILLB TRUST CO.. Tnc. ' C-8-2t I WILL CONSIDER OFFERS FOR tho following raluablo improved property; No. 3002 and 3004 Wash? ington avenue; No. 310 40th street: No. 323 19th street; No. 650 29th street; No. ?39 27th street; A fine house and lot. at Riverview; The Rocklnglmm Hotel at Pine Roach; also for vacant lots, as follows: Two (2) on 29th street near Jef fersoa avenue; One (1) on 27th street near Jefferson avenue; Six (6) at North Newport News Four (4) In the East Hampton Develop? ment company; and one on 102nd street at Pine Beach. LOUTS C. PHILLIPS. Trustee In Bankruptcy of A. D. Wallace, bankrupt. 3-7-tf FOR SALE?GENTS' FURNISHING and dry goods -store on Jefferson avenue. Ninety percent on a dollar nt Inventory prices, or win ox change for improved property. .Ad j dress "C. K." Daily Press Ollice. 3-7-21. ' FOR SALE?HORSES AND MULES. ! Auction every Saturday. JO o'clock.I Cor. 23 St. nnd Huntington Ave. j MORRISS & TIMRBRLAKE. 3-C-12. FOR \ SALK--HIU5SII FISH. OYS? tors and Clam?. Prompt delivery. A. ASKEW, 133 Thirtieth Street. 3-6-lm. LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL parts of tho city. Call and get prlcen. OLD DOMINION LAND CO., Hotel Warwick Building. FOR SALE?FINE KNABB PARLOR Grand Piano, cheap. 3110% Wnsh Ifig'on avenue. 10-9-tf. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?FOUR UNFURNISHED rooms, desirable location in North ?End. Address M. W. C. This Of? fice. ? 3-8-31. FOR dtiENT?TWO NICELY FUR njehed bedroom*, on second floor, with heal. 3208 West .-.venue. 3-8-6L Academy Tuesday Night March 10th AND BALANCE OF WEEK. ?EME..SON & VAN HORN (Novelty Vaudeville Entertainers In Their Comedy Playlet "The First Rehearsal" Singing, Dancing and Music. Also the liver Popular HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES Changed Nightly. No Repeaters Adults 10c; Children 5c ACADEMY *V? & MARCH 9 WALKER WIHTESLDES' Greatest Comedy 'Success "WC ARE KING" SPLENDID CAST ELABORATE PRODUCTION. PRICES Mat. 2f<c und 00c. Night 2Jc. f.Oc. 7Cc und $1.00. Th-Sat-Sun. SALE OF DAIRY. Puraunnt to the provisions of a deed of trust dated March 2nd, 1907, of record, In Deed Tlook 2t'., pago 202, In the Clerk's Office of Warwick County, defauK having boon made In tho payment, upon the request of the holder of the note therein secured and Jts endorser, I shall sell at public auc? tion, Tuesday. March 10th. 1908, at 12 o'clock M. on the promises, tho following property: 20 cows: 1 helffor; 1 cnlf; mules; 1 sorrel mare: 1 Deerlng com binder: ] I>eerlng mower; 1 McCoruiick horsu rake; 1 cutaway harrow. 1 4-horso ? Disc Plow; 1 2-horse Oliver Plow: I 1 1-horse Oliver Plow; 1 4-horso ? Prag; 1 2-horse Corn Vlanttr: 1 2-horse Riding Disc Cultivator; 1 I 2-horse Walking Shovel Cultivator: I 2 1-horso Cultivators; 1 Square Pra?; ; 1 Milk Wagon; 1 2-horse farm Wagon; 1 Feed Cutter: 1 4 -horse horse-power; 1 Power Speed Jack; 1 Harn. 2-story, S8'x32'; 1 2-ilory Dairy House; 12'xli!'; l i-story build ! Ing i0'x!2'; All barbed wire fencing ; on the farm, all of which said prop | erty Is located on a tract of land be i longing lo the Old Dominion Ijon.l Company, leased from the said com? pany, and being located between the County Road leading from Newport News to Morrisons ami tho Jam's River: together with Mm good will of tno dairy business; ami the lease to the said bun), except a wunll housn near the county road and Northen?' of the main building. Or so much of said Droperty as will pay wild dol/i TERMS CASH. J. A. MA HS IK, 2-28-101 -Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Default having hern made In tha payment of the debt secured by a deed of trust from the Newport News | Hotel Corporation to me. an Trustee. I dated January lGth. 1907, and re? corded In tho Corporation Court I Clerk'g Office of Newport News, Vir? ginia. In Deed Hook 31, at page r,0t. ' 1 will, having been requested by the beneficiaries secured so to do. offer [ for nnlo at public, auction to the high? est bidder, for cnah. In front, of the I Poonhontas Hotel, corner 34th Street J and Washington Avenue, Newport News, Virginia, on Wednesday, March 11th. 1908, at 11 o'clock At M.. all the furniture, fixtures and furnishings of t every kind and description, whatso ! ever, sltunled in said Hotel Building. I or which is connected In any wny with I th conduct of tho sold hotel, the said furniture, fixtures end fiirnlsh j Ings consisting In part of office, lobby, ! bar. dining room, parlor, bed-roonn i and kitchen furnltnro; crockery, linen, glass ware, enrpets, mattings, linol? eums, pool tables and appliances, nnd generally such furnltnro nnd flxtnron and furnishings us are usually con? tained In a first class hotel. A deposit or Five Hundred Dollars will bo requin-d Irom tho purchaser at tho time of the sale and botoro tho same is adjourned. K. S. BLANTON, 2-29-ttl. . Trustee. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. REFINED* COMPANION TO TRAVBIj abroad With lady. Good salary, nil expenses paid, including transpor? tation to New York. Send refer? ences with stumps for reply. Box 830, Richmond. Va. It. HELP WANTED?MALE. A POSITION FOR YOU 00% or tin 25,000 emplnj-cni we jure prefer young men from kidiiU towm an.) cities, in tba country. We need lo-day bookkeeper!, Mtev men. buyer?. corroipenitent* not leclmli'al men for moro than 3.000 ooalilona. We will ?enl yea free our booklet "Drain Ilrokrre." explaining new we can place yon. State experience. HAPGOODS (INC.), Brain Brokers 12\Z Comraonneitth Trait H'.iIk.. Fbili.. Fe.. CANVASSERS WANTED ? MEN', women, boys and girls. We arc manufacturing an article every one will htiy; sells for 25 cents. Write us at onco for particulars. This novelty is n big money maker for agents mid canvassers. THE NAME AND ADDRESS NOVEI-TY CORPORATION, South Streut. Petersburg, ? Va. ::-f,::t. 't-1-1-? _i> >:? .'.'?-? TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE! TRANS fer; ollleon C.&O. Station. 'Phonos. Bell Nos. 401 and 125; Citizens No. va_ tf. undertakers! ? FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM balnior. Office 'Phones Boll and Clt/.. No. 1. Residence, Bel! N?. 41. 1-30-tf. W. E. ROUSE Ice and fin* trick-1. (My showroom compares fa? vorable with the one at. the Exposi? tion. 234 Twenty-fifth Bt. phones 61