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Bill In Legislature to Have Another
Tkoroogli Investigation.
TO PROBE GUY AD?lHISTRATtOH
New York State'? Attorney Oeneral
AI?o to t* P3ac*d c? the Hack for
WIs Alleged P*T**cti?ion of Bankers
Iii the Mtireps^H.
ALBANY. N". Y. JtUrvh 19.?While
llttlu Is bel?g said In executive circles
concerning the ivsol-ition Introduced
yesterday hy Senator Owen Cassldy.
Republican, it is just begtnutng to
dawn upon legislators that there l.i a
movutuent nfoot to Investigate New
"York city, such as the Lexow investi?
gating committee did in 1894:
When the resolution wns Inlrodueed
It attracted no attention, for the sim?
ple reauou that resolutions of such :i
nature nro being Introduced right
along with no attention paid to them.
But a close study of the resolution
revealed the fact that the senator had
something more In mind titan Just as?
certaining- the conduct of the New
York -City comptroller',) department.
The tip has gone the rounds that I1
Ih to pass both houses of the legis?
lature, und there will bo n committee
of three senators and five assembly
men at work probing the affairs of
tlto New York city administration
within u abort time.
It has been claimed Hint the New
'York Oily chatter revision coniml <
?Ion bus um pi o t.-ower to Investigate
tho affnlrs of New York city. How
over, It is contended that the law
paused last year limits tlto power? of
the commission to matters pertaining
to the revision of the charter.
An Immediate und thorough luvet
llgutlon of AUomey-Uenerul William
parasitesThat
expelled
The Interest created In leading cities |
during the past year by young Mr.
Cooper with his new preparation, Is
largely accounted for by a peculiar
quality possessed by this medicine,
which ho cnlla his New Discovery.
Mr. Cooper believes that Internal
pnrnsltes, or tapeworms, are respon?
sible for much ill health, and It Is an
undoubted fact that his medicine lias
expelled Immense numli-rs of these
creatures.In various cities visited by
him. Tho young man also believe.-,
that stomach trouble Is the main cause
of nil ill health. Ho claims that few
can have poor health with n good di?
gestion, lie further claims that his
New Discovery medicine does nothing
but tone up tho stomach, yot It not
only expels tho parasites, but relievos
many other ailments not as a rub- as?
sociated With stomach trouble,
Ulttle Jessie Blrdsall. dnttghtnr or
Mrs. Ida. Blrdaall, living at 21.18 Car?
roll Avenue, Chicago, la umotig many
Tollcved of a large pant site by Mr.
Cooper's preparation durlug Iiis stay
In that city. In speaking of tlto mat?
ter to Mr. Cooper, tho mother said
"My child Jessie, who Is fourteen
years old, has been suffering with this
trouble for over seven years. Until
this morning we did not know what
tho trouble was. She was extremely
Schuyler Jnckson'i; administration ot
tils department, especially In eonnoo j
tlun with New York city financial In-,
Btltuttons ami receivership coses, may
hIro bo made by th<> legislature. At
tln> request of the most Important]
banking Interests or Now York city
Senator Martin i. Saxo (Republican,
New York) today Introduced a con?
current resolution providing for the
appointment of three senators and live
assemblymen to conduct the Investi?
gation. The evidence against the ut
lomoy-general and his administration
I? being prepared in New York city
and will be ready within a week.
The resolution was referred to the
finance committee und Senator Suxe
says lie will ask for Immediate ac?
tion.
The attorney-general Is accused of
unduly embarrassing financial institu?
tions and "oppressing" the trade and
commerce of the siate lu moving for
receiverships lately.
A Prize Hard Luck Story.
Here is a rial hard luck story:
Two months ago tho six-year-old
con of Frederick Levy, or C24 Mouth
American street, fell In front of n
Btreel car and had Ills left arm sever?
ed at the shoulder. Ilelore the lad
was roleasod from the Pennsylvania
Hospital his mother und three other
children were removed to the Muni?
cipal Hospital with fever, and are
still in the Institution.
Yesterday afternoon eight-year-old
Frederick Levy, at home with his
lather,* ran from the house on an er?
rand. Within a stone's throw or his
home he slipped und fell In rront of
h Irotley car. The left loot was tak?
en off at the ankle,
As be wns bulng hurried to the
Pennsylvania Hospital the wagon in
which he had been placed collided
with an otl-.er wagon at Fifth ami
Kouih streets. The driver, Anuoud
Scboror, or 11:10 North iKIghth street,
was thrown to the pavement and hl-i
arm was broken, The Injured hoi was
also thrown OHt, and the loss of blood
ncensloned by the delay came near
costing his lifo.?Philadelphia North
American,
Nodd At what nge are children al?
lowed to act on the stage 7
Todd?Ob, any whore up to sevcuty
Qve. Life.
SAP LIFE
BY NEW METHOD
nervous; the least little Hilm; would
Upset her; her tongue was ooftt-'d. and
al l lines nhe would have a good tip?
pet lie. then again could not bear the
sight of food; rtho was restless at
night, had a bad grouth, especially
when she go I up of mornings, VVO
tried everything to relieve her, but
met with no success. We were Just
on the point of giving up trying any?
thing else, when we begun to read of
Cooper's New Discovery. Several
days ago we purchased this medicine,
Jessie has been using It regularly, and
tills morning this parasite left her
KVstom. 1 don't wonder that she lias
always felt had. and nothing wo
would give her seemed to relievo her.
Now that she Is relieved of tills tape
worm I reel sure that she will grow
heller each day, and enjoy perfect
health. Mr. Cooper, your medicine
is worth a thousand limes more than
you charge for It. 1 know or a num?
ber or people troubled the same way
as Jessie has l>.-en, and I certainly
expect to tell them personally to try
your medicine."
Wo would ndvlse anyone who lias
been troubled for some lime with gen?
eral poor health to try lids great mod?
leihe, Wo are agents for It lu Ih'a
City.?The Academy Pharmacy, cor
Washington Ave., and it'tfd Ht. Weit
Lud Pharmacy, Hampton.
Office Supplies.
Loo30 Leaf Books
Letter Pi lee
Typewriter Paper
Uarbon Paper
Ribbons, Penei la, Pens, Etc
Typewriters Repaired.
:pes
2909 Washington Avenue.
Figure It Out!
And yon will find It pay a best In the end to have your
JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING
done right In the Urft placo. Dring It to us?get the benefit
of. our unusual facilities and our skilled repairers. We guar?
antee the very best of work at reasonable prices.
J. J- Palmer's Sons
The Leading Jewelers
8704 Washington Ave. Established 1892.
Famous Old Wooden Fighting Ves?
sels Destroyed At Guanlanamo.
MEN HOW ESCAPES Ml HUES
Dewey and Schley Commanded the
Vessel in Civil War?She Was Once
Farragufa Flagship?Was Once
Swept Aihore by Tidal Wave.
iL
WASHINGTON. 1). C, March 19.?
The navy department today received
word that Ih" old warship Monongn
hela had burned to tho water's edge
nt her station at Ouanlannmo Hay.
No lives were lost in the destruction
of the Monongahela. She was one
of the ottt-or-duto unserviceable wood?
en vessels or the navy, having been
constructed nt Philadelphia during the
civil war. She was used as a sta?
tion nnd Btoreshlp at Onantanamo.
Nowh of the dostruotlon or the vos
sei, which occurred la^t night, came
In a dispatch dated Cnlmanora from
j l.t.-ut.-Com. Clark 1). Stearns, her
commander nnd nlso commandant of
the naval .nation at Onantanamo. ThU
dlsptoh anld the Uro started on th<
after gun deck apparently from the
Ignition or Blgnal rockets, which set
the ship allre In numerous place'*. The
ship burned like tinder, the flames
soon driving lite men rrom the pumps.
The men who were stationed nt On?
antanamo, of whom there are 130, and
who were quartered about the ship,
round shelter in the houses on the i
target range.
Originally the Monongahela was
lullt as a sloopof-wur at the League
Island Navy Yard at a cost of ?378.
l'.7S. She was of 1.738 tons nnd had
11 length of 227 feet. She look a prom?
inent purl. In the operations on the
Mississippi during 18G3, and was at
times commanded by Lieut. Oeorge
Dowoy, Lieut. Wtnfleld Scott Schloy
und for a time was Admiral Fnrrugut's
flagship. Following the civil war, the
Monongahela was used na a training
ship tor midshipmen and apprentice
seamen, On one occasion while In
I the West Indies a tidal wave sent the
lshlp away up the bench on an even I
j keel, but still resting In the water.
\ Ways were built around her. and af- I
tor considerable effort she was sue
oossfully floated.
About two years nnd a half ago
while at Ouautaunmo the vessel
caught lire, it Is believed from anon*
laneotta combustion, and was saved by
being scuttled and sunk.
POPULARITY OF FLATS.
Change in Mode of Llvlno In Phlla.
delphla.
One of the most remarkable changes
In Philadelphia In the last decade has
been the development of apartment
houses and housekeeping Hats, says
the Architect a' nnd Builders1 Journal.
A decade ago the mention of a house?
keeping In all probability would have
brought forth tin Inquiry from moBt
Philadelphia's as to what such a
building might be.
Today, owing to the growth and
popularity of the Idea, it is scarcely
possible that there Is an Intelligent
rt Bldent of the city who is not fnmit
inr with the location of half a dozen
such buildings. So popular hns the
Idea become that within the space or
a few years millions of dollars have j
been expended In flat-house con?
struction and plans are now in prep?
aration for still greater expenditures.!
Possibly the liest description of a
housekeeping flat is a house on one!
Moor, minus most of the small (roubles j
and annoyances incident to llvlug In j
n regular dwellng. while the occu?
pants or one of these modern flats
have their own home In strictest prl-'
vacy, including kitchen and dining
room, there U never any trouble about
the beater or putting out ashes. Tho 1
janitor attends to that.
STUDENTS THREATEN STRIKE.
Suspension of Stanford Men for Dem
onatratlon Against Antl-Drink.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAIx, March 19.
?A "general strike" of the men stu?
dents Is imminent at Stanford Univer?
sity. Uvst. night the faculty com?
mittee on the affairs of student bodies
suspended it dozen college men for
tlitdr part in demonstration against
the committee's repressive action In
regard to drinking on tho campus,,
which took place last Thursday night.
Two petitions were presontcd to th?
committee this morning, one demand?
ing tho Immediate reinstatement of
the suspended students and the other
signed by 200 men, who assumed equal
responsibility for Thursday night's
disturbance. If the demands of tho
student body are not met the alterna?
tive offered Is an abrupt "walkout"
from the institution.
Feeling nt the university Is Intense,
and for the first time in its history
David Starr Jordan, the president. Is
Included In tho general condemnation.
I Ho was away when the crisis occurred
last night and hurried hack and allow?
ed a disposition to support the ob?
jectionable ruling of tho committee.
C. & O. Conductor is Found Guilty.
CirARLOTTKSVIIXV. VA., March
19.?Tho Jury In the case of Conduc?
tor William Trice, charged with roli
iblng Chesapeake & Ohio freight cars
I of whiskey, this morning returned a
verdict giving the prisoner four
mouths In Jail and a fin? of (100..
Giggling Girl?.
It Is much to be regretted thai
whenever n teacher undertakes to go
outulde the curriculum and his duties
pertaining to it and glvo wholesome
advice to pupils there is an Instant
revolt, us lr it wen.' an Infringement
of personal liberty. And It is panic
ulurly boys and ?"Irls In the high
nehools who are most touchy In the
matter of Instruction concerning man?
ners und moraltr, curiously enough
parents aro very anxious to have
Uachers discharge the responsibilities
Which of right belong to I he home cir?
cle. They find it difficult that this
Is either because teachers are not do?
ing their teaching right or aro ne?
glecting the moral training.
When the other day the principal!
told the ghls of the high school that
they ought to s top giggling In I he
Street curs there arose a cry of out?
raged Innocence, as if In the llrsi
place the girls had been accused Of
a heinous offense, and next, as If It
was any business of the teacher any?
way I Well, strictly speaking, we
suppose It was none of his business
ho far as the rules and regulations
are concerned. lint he is a poor
teacher who does not in every way
strive to develop character in the pu?
pils- under kits charge, in these days
the young folks have more llbertlos
than their parents ever had?some -jf
them ninny more than is proper. It
seems as If all young people of from
fifteen to eighteen look upon them?
selves as tho most Important crea?
ture^ lu the country and are so restive
of restraint that they object to the
slightest discipline.- Philadelphia In?
quirer.
THE GREAT TROUBLE.
Of course, the world may owe
A living to us. though.
When Kate's unkind,
We're apt to find
Collections mighty Blow. I
?Philadelphia Press.
A good thing about money U the
temptations you escape by not hnv
Ing It.
HAPPY WOMEN.
Plenty of Them in Newport News, and
Good Reason for it.
Wouldn't nuy woman bxi happy,
After years of backache Buffering,
baj'B of misery, nights of unrest,
The distress of urinary troubles.
She Buds relief and cure?
I No reason why any Newport News
reader should suffer In the face of evi?
dence like this:
Mrs. E. S. Fowlkes, living at a 12,
Twenty)sixth streut, Newport Newa,
Va., sayB: "I cun recommend Doan's
j Kidney Pill? as a One remedy for kid
1 ncy trouble. I used them and they
gave mo the best of results. For some
timo my back pained ine and my kid?
neys gave me a great deal of annoy?
ance. I used a great many remedies
but did not succeed in Unding relief.
My attention wns Anally drawn to
I loan's Kldnoy Pills and seeing testi?
monials of others who hud used them
for the same complaints with satis?
factory rcaults, I procured n box at
A. 10. G. Klor's drug store. I was cured
and since that tlnio I have been enjoy?
ing good health.
For sale by all dealers. Price GO
cents. Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo.
I New York, solo agents for the United
I States.
j Remember the name?Doan's?aud
take uo other.
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dljch?jiM,laaf.niui??lon?,
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of muoonft tuembrorjaa
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(?at or poiionoua.
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NOTICE.
All members of Newport News
Lodge, No. 9H. I. O. O. F., are request?
ed to bo present at their regular nicot
In FRIDAY BVKN1NO, tMnrch 20th.
Business of importance. Amendmonts
to By-l.uws.
(SlRned) P. .1. OWENS.
3.13.3% Ree. Soc'y.
Hobson's Secretary Gonlradlcls Sub?
marine Officials" Story.
SPEAB SAID HE HAD ?Fl?
Told the Secretary Personally and
Hcbton Over the 'Phone That Ho
Might "Fix Things" With Speaker
Cannon?Mctcalf on Stan-i.
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON. D. C, March 19 ?
Secretary of the Navy Metcalf and
Admiral Capps, chief of the bureau
of const rue! ion of tho navy depart -
mont, today testified before the special
committee of the House that I? Invcs
gatlng the charges made ngninst the
Electric Moat Company by Represent -
alive Lilley, of Connecticut. Holh
staled that they did not believe that
the Electric Boat Company had se?
emed an < xcCsslve profit on the con?
tracts already awarded them, nor did
they believe they would make an ex?
cessive prollt on any future contracts
they may secure.
Secretary Metcatf explained the lot?
ting of a contract to the 1-ake Host
Company, itaylng that l( was a con?
ditional one, as no money was to bo
paid the company miles'; it built a
boat that equalled in speed and steam?
ing' ratlins the best submarine boat
now possessed by the government or
under contract for it.
Admiral Capps said that the navy
was getting Its construction work
done at a very low figure.
Representative Butler, of Pennsyl?
vania, denied a satement by Mr. Met
calf thai he hTtd called upon him with
reference to submarine bonts.
Edward L, Clarkson, private secre- I
tary to Representative Hobson, it-sti?
lled that Lawrence Y. Spear, a vice
president of the Electric Hoat Com- I
puny, told him. ills company had in?
fluence with Speaker Cannon and
could use It to help Captain Hobson
get ou the naval affairs committee,
but befote doing so "would have to
know how he stood on the proposition
In which ho was Interested?the ques?
tion of snbtnnrlne boats."
Congressman Clayton, of Alabama,
testified that tin- Alabama delegation
In Congress endorsed Captain Hobnon
for assignment to the naval affairs
committee, and L. "V. Ilusbey, secre?
tary to Speaker Cannon, stated that
tin- only request made to the speaker
to appoint Mr. Hobson to that com?
mittee was made by Mr. Williams, the
minority leader In the House.
Representative Lllley did not at?
tend today's sitting of the committee
exci pt ut tho opening.
The public sessions of the commit?
tee were adjourned until nest Thurs?
day.
Clarkson'} Story.
Edward f.. Clarkson, private sec?
retary to Representative Hobson, told
of the attempts of-Lawrence Y. Spear,
the vice president and naval architect
of tho lOlectrlc Hoat Company, to see
Captain Hobson a\ the time he was
ill.
He nald that after a number of con?
versations over the telephone Mr.
Spear uskfd the witness to call at
his hotel, which he did. Mr. Clark
Con testified that Mr. Spear asked
how Captain Hobson was succeeding
In his efforts to be placed on the
nnval committee.
"I said." said Mr. Clarkson, "that
so far as I knew he was getting on
all right. He said he felt very friend?
ly to Captain Hobsnn and would llko
to help him, but before he could ex?
ert his full influence he would' have
to know how lie stood on the propo?
sition in which he was Interested, lie
did not tell me at the time what the
proposition was. He then asked me
how Captain Hobson stood with Mr.
Williams. 1 replied that so far as I
knew I thought they were very fiiend
ly. He said 'that is good, because
anything I could do would be Through
the s.poak.. :? and any Influence we
could bring to hear would be through
the speaker.'
"He said they could bring enough
Influence to bear to 'land him on the
committee.! I asked him what prop?
osition he was Interested in. He said
it was a question of submarines. That
was about the extent of the conversa?
tion and I told him I would deliver
the message to Mr. Hobson."
Mr. Clarkson added that Mr. Hob?
son told him to call up Mr. Spear,
which he did. and then Captain Hob
bon told Mr. Spear that he apprecia?
ted his interest, but that he did not
want him to l-elp him In any way:
thai he wanted absolutely no sugges?
tion of influence from any outside
! source.
I Mr. Clarkson said that Captain Hob
j son said to him that he had known
Mr. Spear for years and "that it Is
the strangest thing to mo that he
would make me a proposition like
that."
Homeseekcrs' Train Derailed.
(Bv Associated Prosa)
SAN ANTONIO. TKXAS, March 19
Onn man was killed and eight others
were Injured loday when an excur?
sion train on the Inlet national & Great
Northern Railroad bearing; a party of
homeseokers from Kansas ond Okla?
homa enroute to I.as Paltenas. Mex?
ico, was wrecked at Pearsall, ?2 miles
south of this city.
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WANTED ? PERSONS DESIRING
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Thirty-first St.
WANTED?TO BUT, SELL, OR Ex?
change furniture and stoves. C W.
LEWIS, 2502 Huntington avenue.
8-17-31.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE?CHEAP. GASOLINE
launch, as good as new, -c; feet long.
9 feet beam'; will sell on easy terms
to party giving good security.
QUICK BUYER, care Dally Press.
3-20-22-24.
FOR SALE?FURNITURE CHEAP.
Inquire at .'1208 West Avenue. 3-20-.1t
FOR SALE?GOOD HORSE. APPLY
4313 Huntington Avenue. 3-15-tf
FOR SALE, CHEAP?TWO-MASTED
schooner, with 12-horsepower gaso
llno engine in lino condition; li
ahallow drnft and Is fine for trad?
ing in small streams. Call at OLD
DOMINION LAND CO'S. OfTlco, Ho?
tel Warwick Building. 3-lC-Ot.
I WILL CONSIDER OFFERS FOR
tbe following valuable improved
property; No. 3602 and 3504 Wash?
ington avenue; No. 319 49th street:
No. 323 49th street; No. 555 29lh
street; No. G3i> 27th street; A fine
house aud lot at RJverview; The
Rockingliam Hotel at Pine Beach;
also for vacant lots, as follows:
Two (2) ou 29th street near Jef
feraon avenue; One (1) on 27th
street near Jefforson avenue; Six
Hi) at North Newport News Four
(4) in tho East Hampton Develop?
ment company; ami, one on 102nd
street at Pino Beach. IjOUIB C.
PHILLIPS. Trustee In Bankruptcy
of A. D. Wallace, bankrupt. 3-7-tfi
FOR SALE?FRESH FISH, OYS
tera aud Clams. Prompt delivery. A
ASKEW, 133 Thirtieth Slreo...
3-6-lra.
LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL
parts of tho city. Call and get
prices. OLD DOMINION LAND
CO.. Hotel Warwick Building.
LOST.
LOST?LADIES' 9MAIJ, GOLD
Watch and chain. Hunting case.
Monogram "A. \W on tho outside
and name "Armenia Waring" on tho
Inside. Suitable reward for its re?
turn to HOTEL WARWICK. It.
LOST?TUESDAY NIGHT GENTLE
man's gold watch with initials "W.
H, J." on buck of watch and on
fob. Finder please return to War?
wick Hotel. Liberal reward. 3-19-2
SPECIAL NOTICES.
$8.000.00 TO LOAN AT fi PER CENT,
on Real Estate In Newport News in
sums to suit borrower, terms of 1
to 5 years. Call at once or soin?,
one may he ahead of you. POWELL
TRU8T CO. 3-Z0-3t.
YES, WE HAVE IT?THE BEST,
richest and cleanest milk in town.
Tit it. Also frelh buttermilk, anl
?skimmed milk every day. Best ser?
vice and beat milk is what the best
people want. NEWPORT .......S
DAIRY CO.. 245 Twenty-eighth
street, comer Huntington nvenue.
Bell 'phono 120 3-15-4L
FOR WHITEWASH LIME, GO TO
I HENDRICK'S HARDWARE, 240.',
Jefferson avenue. Bell 'phone. HC.
Bell 'phone 120. 3-15-tf.
I CLOSE AT 10 V. M. OPEN AT 5 A. M.
' DHLMONT LUNCH. 2503 Wash. av.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WE DO COLLECTIONS OP MA.
kinds. Guarantee to collect or no
s chargo is made. Dave you any old
hilia for sale? We will buy them.
.MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE AS?
SOCIATION. Room 9. 2CI5 Wash?
ington avenue. 0. C. BLAND, Mgr.
Bell 'phone 323. 3 8-tf.
WE SELL AND RENT PIANOS,
cash or easy payment plnn, accept
second-baud pianos or organs aa
part payment on new instruments.
Tuning and repairing a specialty.
All work guaranteed. FERGUSSON
MUSIC CO., 3110".* Washington
Avenue. Cltz. 'Phone 95. 2-2-tm.
NOTICE TO BREEDERS ? THE
thorough bred horse, Twelli.i Night,
is now In stud lit CaP'-e's Stables,
cor. 33rd St., and M?ntihgtdti Ave.
:i-1 i t f.
UNDERTAKERS.
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41. l-'JO-tt.
WV BflTTCP a0OD SERV
. ij.nUU?Il Ice and fine
haclci. My showroom compares fa
voiahly with tlio ono at tho Exposi?
tion. SS* TwAut?-flfth,St. Phnnea R1
TRAN6FER COMPANIES.
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TR.AN3
fer; ofllces C.fiO. Station. 'Phones.
Bell Nos. 401 and 135; Cltlzeni No.
U. tf.
HELP WANTEf>?-MALE.
6ALESRSEN
for olrotic Reiicrnl linen, staplcn r-. 1 arwvtaltfra,
mtu witu cstcbUrbca trado uad territory, i ..!???
ble of reprt-ccntlui; Ibtf b?at boute?. Salaries Irutu
91.2no$S,uOO. Also openlbK* fir t.ir ni,>u ?tu
to Mil Ki**ta who waut to ko on Uk' road lu
any KooJ Hue. Ullti .?> to VJ. cities. Wrttti to
day for fr.-c list of Ol'l'OIlTUNlTIKS.
HAPGOODS (INC.), Brain Uroknru
1812 Commonwealth Tmlt Side-, rbtia., Pa.
SEALED PROPOSALS.
Office Depot Quartermaster, New
port News, Va., March 20, 190S.
Sealed Proposals, In triplicate, will be
rfcceive(ftjht this ofll/o until 10 o'clock
a. in.. ApltVfcO, lOP^ffor coaling Trans?
ports. C*??rW' Retails furnislied on
request. P. .v..i,.iant. Captain Qnar
termnsler. 1.:. S. A., Depot Quarter?
master. .1-20-,,t.
Sealed Proposal.- will be reo Ived at
office of Treasurer. Southern Branch.
N. H. D. V. 8., National Soldiers'
Home. Elizabeth City County, Va.; tin
til i:30 p. ra., April 20, 190S. and then
opened for labor and material for In?
stalling heating and ventilating Sys
I fem In Tliree Barracks. Mess Hull,
etc.. in accordance with instructions
'and specifications, copies of which;
with blank proposals and other Infor?
mation may be had upon application
to JOHN t. HUME Treasurer.
3-20; 4-2.
Estimates will be received until 11
[o'clock, nctori, Wednesday, April 1,
190S. for tiro escapes f?r city school
Udldings Nos. 1. 4, and 6 . For fur?
ther information apply to the build?
ings and grounds committee of the city
school board. The right is reserved t ?
reject any or all bids.
edwin PHILLIPS. Chairman.
n 20-tot.
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Big Feature Today!
9?
East
One of thee Good Ones.
ADMISSION. 5 Cents
1 to 11 P. M.

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