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Strike While the Iron Is Hot!
We will sell you a $45.00 Walnut Sideboard, large French Plate Minor, marb'e tcp, for $3.5.00. Wo will sell you a $50 Folding 1? d, large French Plate Mirror in frout. for $16.00, at 2915 Washington Avenue Broadway Store 2712 Wash'ngton Avenue. Has a very complete line of Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers, representing up-to-date styles nnd quality, at very low prio s. A fine line < f Ladies' Sillc Gloves and Collars for Master. A FULL STOCK OF LAWNS Schmelz Brothers BANKERS. WE ALLOW Per CentonSav ings Recounts THE STRONGEST IN THE CITY. Buy Clothes Right. Wertheimer Blue Serge Suits For the Boys, J4 to Jtt Wcrthcimcr & Co. Typewriters nnVrrro I AII mnkif. >err low litten, w. R. mi.I., rrlnclpKl. IHUmiailONU BUSINESS GOLLEGf REMOVAL NOTICE All tpimlr trink Ihm lust.i on build m KOUayi ii ill Ihj -..I.I hi oncu t.ir ie|.uir prle Wi. uro ?..um in in..i v ,? hi -i, t. v,.,, ?, h.I.I run In u fair ilufj. N. Suttle, MS! 23nl clr?et. VVnli-nmtkcr.t.lrm-ll HAVE VOU VISITIil) Till'. ni.ITt? If Pul, ? hjr DOtT Kor It In Iii? DUtMl conlcJt bihI li-?i pise* Is ilicclly l?get your I'rinks mnl leaUwra Rbaolutoly pnt*. Try m. The Elite \VMiiin*i*iiTAvpmio Onlcr* i.ken fpf (<?6 I'rcnm for l.oj u ilc Unity u-ety d?y In llic week. J. W. JACKSON 4. CO. Cor. 28th St. and Huntington Ave. See our of Wall Paper twfure you have your Papering done. We Paint Houses. POWELL Now doing a gen? eral BANKING business in the / marble front bank building, formerly occupied by the Newport Nmwh Na? tional. Your bus? iness solicited. 2612 Wash. Avenue Pocahontas CHOICE WINES, LIOUORr. AN3 CIGARS. Washington Avenue rnd 31tii S*. J. P. FRALEY, Manager AGENTS FOR THE CELIBBRATED OTTO COKE Fuel of nil kinds. Try N'nzureih CrniPiit when you want something good. Benson, Phillips & Co. Both Pho- e.? ICn. 7 30 Acres of Land for Sale ?1J miles from city. 20 aorei in eord wood. Owner states it will cul 1,000 cords. | At $1.25 per oord iu tbe woodn, this means $1,200 J Price only *S00 ? one-half cash, bal. 0 and 12 months. We want more country property for sale. Sommerville Trust Co., Inc. Newport News, l/a. KMlm.tr? i ln'orfuMr rurttUhed. i] to. You are losing money by failing to get our es? timate before having your house wired. L. B. OOODVVIV, Manager 3023 Washington Avenue. Newport N'eWs, Va. For Sale! Beautiful Boulevard home. All modern Im? provements. Exceptionally big bargain for a quick buyer. Apply to .!. IS. WARREN CO., two. REAL ESTATE and FIRE INSURANCE 26*5 Washington Ave. Hell. Phone 400, Newport News, Va. Ifavti j li v.. ar \>. lup sons prices-. WATT,JDO)CEY & WATT Men's M?nsing Union Suits ?en more real comfort and sallsfaoUoii to our trade than under I jiuvo ever sold. The demnnd for them Increases each succeed on. Our customers who hnvo worn them will btry no other klu $t 00, $1.50 and $2 50 a Suit 2000-2011 Washington Ave. Newport News, Va. NICHOLAS' Ladies Hair Dressing Parlor. Sole agent for Dr. Utalr's Cucltin her Cream. Matron, Colorlno, etc. Free Ircatincut Cream of CUCUIU ber. 203 27th St., Silsby Bldg. FOR HIGH GRADE AWNINGS GO TO A. J. Clark 231 31st 6t., Newport News, Va. Citz. 'Phone 311. issin B. C. Cain 309 Thirtieth Street. CARRIAGE AND WAGON MANU? FACTURER. Wo are better equipped than over Repair work of all kinds. Hub* lidr tins a specially. Hell "Phono 100. Contest! CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST, THE PRIZE TODAY IS $3.0O. In several of the advertisements on this page there has been n word loft out pur? posely. Read each ad. carefully and see if you can Hud (he missing words. To the first pereon who finds them and brings or sends them to the Daily Pro.js office we will give out: dollar in cash. Write on one side of (he paper, giving the word and the name of the firm from which the word was missing. Write your name and address plainly on ihe paper. Seal iu a plain envelope and bring or mail if to tint Missing Word Kdit >r. Daily Pros'. No auswrrs ro.-eiwd by te riphono. No answer will b? receiyod b-Jore S a. in,, nor nfter I p. m . following the pub'ioaticn of these advertisements. The name of the winner will bH published in Ulis oolumi' tlaily. Your Choice of the Best Makes "Mason & Hamlln" The "CONOVER" and "CABLE" PIANOS. Acknowledged and recognised i\S the bent the world over. The Cable Co. 2613 Wash. Ave. Newport News. IMPORTANT. To the Business Man. Having an account with the First National Hank guarantees the se? curity for your funds?assures prompt, satisfactory .service, and the most courtco?s treatment. You will find iin account; BUljecl to your cheek. With the First Na? tional pank, of Newport News n valuable asset to von. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Newport News, Va. United Stntes Depository. Capi? tal $100.0ll0.nu. surplus $100,000.00 Reynolds Bros. are the people that Rent Housci and sell Real Estate. See Them! They Know! Fools laugh; v.l.so men buy. "Patronize Home Industry." It Is the only way to keep up our city. Renienihor tve manufacture everything wo sell, leb Cream und Soda Water the host, If yon do not think so, i. II us, und we will try to beat the other fellow. W? are here for business and we try to please our customers. Call In nnd have one of our Ice Cream Sodas, Gc. Health Food Bakery & Confection? ery Co., Cor. Washington Ave., and Thirty-first Street, Newport News, Va. Coburti Cook? Wo will Bell, while they last, (Jas and Kleotric port? ables at half price 2905 Washington Avenue. Both Phones, i ts. Edward Monfalcono's NEWS STORE 2917 Washington Avenue. Newspapers, Mugaztnoi nn(| Sta? tionary. Fine Cigars and Tobacco. Stop and have your shoes Bhlned. Clothing for Men. To ilioin- who aspire to obtain BtjiO, tvl value nnd quality, we have to offer In the new Spring Styles. Wilkins-Jenkins Co. Head to Foot Outfitters, 26i-l Washington Ave. Meet your friends at the; It's up-to-date In every detail, and Is the best to thoroughly en? joy a game of pool. The liest Urnnds of Cigars and Tobacco, Boy kin & Payne Props. 3020 Washington Avc. Peyser Says: The Best in Suits, the Best in Shoes, the Best iu Hats, the Best in Fur? nishings, are to be had at 2712 Wash Ave. Hay and Grain Waste now prnpMtil'hiNil your ordrj fur Hay, urn., uraokod and Whol? Uiirni Mo?l. Cull lluu pii?!iii:u ?1 vi,)? i'?iilfil In ?lurk. I'Iomu give us ii tritt u in n in nr. u The Council Psoducc Co. ('nr. ."-Iii Et, mi,I Ii nulluni., i Ave. Furniture, Refrigera? tors, Gas Ranges Cull nnd Inspect our utock. We can rave you Bargains in second hand goods Messick & Clicadle 2?0't-2Q0G Huntington Avc. 2706 Washington Avo. JtlttI opened. Kvcrythlng clean and nice. Cheap prices. Our ipe claliy: Mexican Chill Concnrhl. Try II. We never clone. "Meet Me nt the Fountain" at the Warwick Pharmacy FREE! A 2 lb. Box Apollo Candy. The first lady to ho served with a drltlk through our new fountain which Is shortly to be Installed v. ill be presented with u 2 lb, Box of Apollo Chocolates. Watch for the day und hour. Vhiiting Cards and Wedding Invitations. We have won a ropuintlon nit through tin; state for our line Cop? per Plate Work. Give us a call if you need anything tu Ulla line. J. I. PALMER'S SONS THE JEWELERS. 2704 Washington Avenue. DO YOU WANT A Typewriter? Tina DISPLAY IN Epes 6 Bro's. Window and get hltt Prices before Duylng. 2909 MfasJi/ng/on Ave. jj High Crude Commercial Printing ul prices consis? tent with quality of work. Printing Engraving Calendars 211 Twenty-fifth Street. (Up-stuirs.) ALONG THE WATERFRONT CBDialn 0 nnel'y Promoted to Cm ? mard if the Ma-iana. STFAMER ARRKVEQI? :50RT SL'NQAY Chief Eneincrr of the Vessel is George W. Dunn, ,1 Former Resident of this City O. D. Liner Jrlncess Annc at Shipyard. Captain P. P. Donnelly, forniorly | fir i officer or the Furness-Wlthy Line steamship Mariana, vtliich ar- ! lived here Sunday from London, has I boon promoted to tlio command of tbe Mariana and he brought her acroirs I the Atlantic on this trip. Captain I Donnelly Is veil known here and the, news of hid promotion was received ! with plcasnro by his friends. Captain R. Parkof, who has cdm litanded the Marinana for several >eus. has been transferred and pro? moted to i lie command <>r tho new i sieamship llappallo. now at Hamburg.,| Tho Rappallo was built at that port. : but recently was purchased by Kur . re-s-Wltiiv & company, Ltd., and will ] v|,ly hetu.i Knginnd and Australia Another officer on the Marina tin who] is, well known lit Newport News Is Chief Knglneer George H, Dunn. Il< I ivas Ike >enier engineering ofllcer of' 'Vtfto old British steamship Bavarian.] j which plied here H or IS years ago.! Kile resigned from that ship to nccop: j i po iiion at the , shipyard here as-! supervisor of tbe construction of en? gines for merehaet ships. He held position for n number of yearn. Xj then resigned and returned I? 1V0\ ^V,ll,> wo,'!-il|K !l01('- M0 Dunn i"iM" iS\'VJermond lodge, of Madons aud on returning to England hr> transferred Iiis memb -rship lo a lodge In that coiinlry. A year ago ho decided to Ko hack to sea and was appointed chief engineer or the Mariana. SHIPPING REPORT. Sunday. April 12, 1908. Arrived, Steamer Powhatari (Dr.) Muvwoll. Liverpool?1'? Furness, Withy & Com? pany. Ltd., with merchandise. Steamer Mariana (Br.) Donnelly. London?to Knrness. Withy & Compa? ny, Lul.. with merchandise. Steamer Kilpalrick (Untied Slates transport) Rogers, UavaoH?to u. s. CJnarterinasters' Depot with passen? gers and merchandise. Schoonor Krontonac, Hunter. Boston ---to New River Consolidated Coal Company In ballast. Schoonor Mile*- M. Merry. Kicket t. Portland-to While Oak Coal Compa? ny In ballast. Schooner Luclnda, Sutten, Podcr sen, Boston?to Smokeless Fuel Com? pany in ballast. Monday. April 13, 1903. Arrived. Steamer Sarmalia tDan.i Bollersen,] Port IiiRlb:---to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Company for bunker caol. Steamer Knvcnseraig. Johnson. Pro? vidence -to Warren & .Monks Coal Company In ballast. Cleared. Steamer Sarmatia (I)an.i Pedersen. nelslngborg?Chesnpenko & Ohio Coal Agency Company. Harne Berkloy for Plymouth?New River Consolidated Coal Company. Barge Bettle for New Haven?New Ith er Consolidated Coal Company. Barge Ropklaud for I!"ston?Chesa? peake & Ohio Coal and Coke Com? pany. Sailed. Steamer Sarmalia (Dan.) Ilelfilug borg. Schooners .lohn Twohy, Stevenson Bdngor; Alice Holbrook, ICllis, Boston. TURRETS FOR DELAWARE. Work Hat; Been Started on Them at Shipyard. Work oil tho tnnots tor >the 20,001) ton battleship Dolftiworo has bo'aii tatted at the .shipyard and lapiu I ingress has already both nin h on the shells of two of the turrets. The Delaware will carry live 12 lli'ili r. in tiirrnisj three forward n'ntl fv*1 art! The cAxtrtnic forward and i.eniH) aft turrets v. ill bo located <m the same deck ?*>>>ti tho rem lining two I ?rward and one aft will be located o'li deck abOVi . All of (hcin will he Ol t ie ( enter line broad enter line and the ship will liliyo] ndside lire of ton 12 Inch rlflvi. Calendar for Today. Run rises .?::!l Sun s*Hs .6:30 |>. in. High water ....S:27 a. tit?; H: 17 p. in. low water, . ...2:;:o u. m;; 2:46 p. m. Brrrje Kennebac Cliartcred. Tho barge Konnobre, which has b en at this port since March 2il, v.-ni. t harter; d yeslwday by thp Warroh Monks Coil Company lb load n cargo of coal for New Kurland. Imports From Liverp:ol. Hinging about l.noo lens of ini j'firt freight, the llrltish steamship rowhalnn, Capnln Maxwell, arrived at tbi ]>orl Sun ny from Liverpool. She Is discharging at Chcs?ptake & Ohio pier No. 8. WILL MOT INVITE GRAND CAMP. Confederate Veterans Decide it Would be Impracticable. Mitgrudor ('amp. Coiifctlofalo Vu c ins, last night dlsettssad Hie tpjes t!<?'l of whether r.r not the Virginia Grind Ca'jtni? Should bo Invited to ho;?t Its annual r union here this year. It was Decided that it would he i:r. ? pneiicablo to Invite the grand camp h?re at this lime, and no invitation will be extended. Case Will be Iken Up In Cor nor ition Court Monday. APRIL TERM OF COURT BEGINS Commonwealth's Attorney Berkeley Suyo Mrs. Baker Will be Tried Tor Infanticide This Month?Grand Jury Sits Monday. judge Harham, in the Corporation Court yesterday, set April 20, next Monday', in; the date for the trlnl of Harry Wliehcwuh tho Indian who is churned with the murder of Dora Hall. Tho case of Dan Waterman, charg? ed with the murder of Theodore Hol mor. was sol for trial Wednesday, April 22. Commonwealth's Attorney Ddrkeloy said yoslcrtlay that the case or Mrs. Nannie B. Rnnker, indicted for infan? ticide, would ho triod some time dur? ing thL term. MtH. Raker Is now In North Carol Inn, hut the authorities know where she can hp found and will bring her here unless she appears for trial voluntarily; Tho April term ot tne Corporation Court he-juu yesterday morning. Judge Harham called his docket and act numerous caser for trial. A grand jury will s-it tomorrow, Dft. PECK TO LECTURE. Interesting Session of Patron's League at Central School. Dr. W. II Peek, of the University of Virginia, will address the Patron's league of tb" High school in 'fh<3 as pcirtbl.v bail of (he school building nl 3:30 o'clock this afternoon on tho sub Joct. "The Health of the Chilli." The meeting will l.u open Id the public mid "It Is oxpected ihnt u large crowd! will attend. Dr. W, P. Cooper, of ihi.s city, will address the meeting, spoafclrig on ''Hyglonlc Conditions of School Rooms." Music will he furnished by a num? ber of the High school students and Mrs. Charles Slhly Will sin? a solo. PRIZE FDR THE MISSING WORDS IS $5?ODAY No Correct List Was Received Yes? terday, and the Editor is Prcpar ed lefp a Rushing Business, yd tcrday, the M'sslng \VorJ lidltor again railed to receive a correct list; and today the prlisa will bo three ddl? lots if an award is made. A largo nun.her of lists comb id the ofuco, hut in all at least one of the missing words w:i". not given. The Missing Word Editor is pre? pared for a btfay lay todav. Intel1 <ut in the contest lucrcssed every day. ami it promises to be especially kren to'iy, when the prize will lie larger than at any other lima since the con les i began, it i,; though I prob? at i< Hi-t .someone will find nil the words today, but In etil! all flail tue prize will bp four dollars tomorrow. THEATRICAL Rig crowds gathered ?I 'h'i Acndomj or Mi sic last ninlii to see iho moving picture show and vaudeville feature. The feature for the first hair of this week Is t he act of "The Duio Dancing trirl:-," Misses l.uuri und Krankfort, who please with their songs and dancos. The Academy has Inaugurated a new policy, and from this lime on OiO vaudeville act will he changed twice a week. Tbo hitler half of ti ls week, commencing Thursday evening, Holl an.I Richards, In h novelty eleotrlo musical net win hold the boards. The allow begins at 7: ao o'clock and continues until 10:30 o'clock. DELEGATE TO S. F. L. T. D. Verell Will Represent Local Typographical Union. At Its regular meeting In Hip Cen? tral Labor! Un|on hall Sunday 11. i - iioo. the local Typographical Union, No. 353, elected Mr. Thomas I). Vcroll us ilie delegate trout the union to tne s initial con v. ui ion of the Virginia State Federation of Lahor, which will be held iu RonhokQ during th'.- V,n.i. week iii .lulle. Mr. Vojoll !.s iMe foreman bf ? T.hp Dally Press composing room, and is BCoretiiry treasurer of the Typ?graph? iual Union; Students Perform Tonight. I The "High Sehool Stock Company," j composed of students of the local I sehool, win give a performance in the Young Mei.'n Chrisllft!: .a.e^o::int'.;!i: hall at X-.Mt OClOCk l?lllghl for the j benefll or the Y. M. C. A. Hilary. He Lodged in Jail. i.. j. Goddln, of Richmond, who is snld to own properly and have sev? eral thousand dollars In the hunk Iu Richmond, was Riven lodging at the police station Sunday night; The mau applied for lodging and it was Istipposbd that he was a pauper. Mr. Todd a Candidate. Mr. George W. Todd has announc? ed thai he will he a candidate for the common council from the Second ward Mr, George \V. Sproitsc Is mentioned ns n possible candidate, from Ibis ward. It Is expected that Coifnollmeit Christie nnd Kellum, whose l?ritu- expire this venr, will I Otll be candidate... for reelection. Revival Services. Revlvnl set vices are In progress at the. Hi|itisi Tahornaelc ihis work. Sor vices tiro 'held fach evrnlnsr at S o'clock, prcn^Ch'ng by the pastor, Rev. \V. ('. Salo. Held up by Negro. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.. April HI?A South Bossonmr electric ear was holu up by ii negro hlghwsyihhn Ucypn? I'owdPiIy, Bhorlly uftor midnight and Conductor Adams was killed. A Bhorlff's posse Is hurrying to thu acetic. Princess Anne at Yard. Tin' Old Dominion Uno 'steamship' Princess Anne Is undergoing her nn-: mini overhauling at thu shipyard! She will bo at lite yard for Ihre?. WCk?. Buy Clothes ?lflhl. j Just the kind that you want, in all thu stylish shade?, in (lulling Rltio und1 iliac!'..;. 36tri fit mu\ Wai*h Aw. !