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Rrtf Picture of the Proposed New Home of the Hampton. Y. M. C A.
tu ? ? . HIS QPEHEO BUT NO ITRAGT AWARDED I EslWfc Ft? (tie 8f Ii TttflJ llfl'S SBEUl FEKUIES Ing alley. $1,318; steam heating, $' r.sr.; plumbing, $87:i; ruhe Ida truck. $?;;;:?. total. $ 12.281. Alexander We?ston, main building $6,7id; gymnasium, $2,410; bowling al ley, 11,754; steam heating, $1.700; running track; $850? Total, $l*!.r>ll. R. It. Tennis, main building. $7, 322; gymnasium. $2.458; bowling alley. UMI; steam heating, $l,r>.1t<; running track. $144.?Total. $1.1,000. Mr. Tennis offered a reduction of two per cent on hla contract if award? ed the entire work. The committee had estimated on the construction costing about $10 000 and for that reason it was decid? ed to study the bids before awarding -1- *?????. ? - I-?-1 -?? - H* ttatmn This the Building Committee t? Have Work Started m '-vVtnsea ? Will Formally Award Nestt Tuesday After ?Ms Submitted. listening to the reading of which were opened In tbo Of the Young Men's Association yesterday after building committee adjouru next Tuesday afternoon at t^essek when the contract will be Ssn. ejne of the firms snbm It were above tin- appronrla-j R may be necessary for the, to eliminate ose cr two of; la the building plans, t'n-' accomplished It cannot la? tely who is the lowest ?oar bidder*. Mr. C. T. Holts the lowest for th ta the plans sr.d specinca 4 Secratery R. Walter Lynch. the four bidders and their' the contract. It may bo that the committee will decide to eliminate the work as bowling alley and running track. In which event the lowest bidder would have to be determined. Present when the bids were opened President fleorge A. Cehmel/. etoltarlaw. main lltilding. $?. Secretary R. Walter Lynch, and Me $2 l?0 bowling alley, ars. M. O. ffeckey. M. C Ranaone. John heat in*. $l.6??:>: running Wevmoutfc. C. H. Hewins. Cbari** oval $11?? . HeJielnnges. and Dr. W. H Pearsne I A Son. main bnlld- who are nermbers of the board of d*r ~gjrflr?**Iem, 2.157; bowl ectora. j Look Aheed ?blnth ef the pood tintes yeall have* tMe Summer! Yeell t"tsj*ht ftere ?Opsl ? new AwH; why net pet R teewf TN* best etwee IBSS> btartst set ? a s-ankel Ct Eisenman ??-?. Oese St, llaaiilaa. V* %VH? THE SCSBE JMS II TO 3 Hamptra Hlgk Sctaoi IMialetf bur port Iiis Mgl) School at Baseball. flSHMS ?EIE CLEMlT OOfPUTLD Old Petnt Comfort College Defeated Fox Mill on the Letter's Diamond by Score of 11 to 2?Athletics to Meet Fort Y. M. C. A. Th? iwihobiill team of tin- Nowpuit lie.vfl Hiju.ii tahool fit a victim to tin Hong ii nc of the liamptou HtKh tcK'Kil oil New Park dlamoud yester? day aft< i ii<'on to the nine of |1 to 3 It was a cfmiplcto victory for the Ilampt niaiis, who clearly out|>Iay<t the Shipbuilders at ovtry point in tht contest. "Beanie" Burbecke dran the man in the box and he w:is Riven MIj.-Tb sitpjMirt by every [ilaser on ? lie local team. Powell di-tinRiUMh < i Ii mis li in the Held, and MnttliiR I:.ini. aa usual, was In good trim be? hind the bat. The team work of Ihc High schiMil nine was most creditable. A larsjo crowd front Hninptun and Newport NiiWs- witnessed the buttle. Old Point Comfort College. The nine of (he Old Point Comfort CwMogS, Hccompautetl by a large contingent of rooters, weut out to l''ox Mill ?n hay wngons yesterday af? ternoon arul defeated the team of] that place by the score of 11 to 2. ) The collegians showed up in excel? lent form and although the score air j P 'ars one sided the eontest was inter-1 ostlng. A crowd of 200 witnessed the ciime. The colic Rhins were eist- j i i ov?r the sportsmanlike treatment they iecelve,| from the Fox Hill team. I as well air the reception accordi d them by the people of that town. j Cleveland Harrison, a son of Col- J onel O. F. K. Harrison, of Fort Mon- j roe. was usvd in the box for five in- , nlngs by the oollegiana and hin good ( head work wrh commented upon by j the crowd. Harrison is a coming, (wirier. McCann. in his usual gorel form, pitched fonr Innings. The college plsyed Brown In rlgh' and be diatingulshed himself by pull? ing down several long drives that looked good for #vp and three bag g rs. Fox Hifl get one man around the diamond In the first inning and the second one In the seventh. With n lit- j tie mo-c practice Fox Hill will he a t most formidable aggregation. Toffn-' sou was In the box yesterday. Garne Today. At N"w Park diamond this after? noon th I Athletics or North Kiel ' noon th* Newport News Athletics will I play the Fort Monroe Y. M. C. A. in [ the aerie* of the Peninsula I>eagne (tame. The game will be call- d at 3: "ft o'clock. Ttbe Franklin nine and the Post team of Fort Monroe, which had ex? pected to meet on New Park dia M nd. m ill play on the Fort Monroe dlemnnd this* afternoon, hencr- the change <?f (be aclrrdnle. Next Tuesday artcrnooa Old t Point Comfort CoBege and the II am pi on High school will me?*t on New park diamond. WARTS 70 RECOVER 25 ACRES OF LAUD MERE j Cornelius Maul ur.egs SuU to R)e-1 ?*?- ?atafMan? fron*- tKd} r*ro<>-*Tty m Wvthe District. Thrrainh his attorney. Mr. Fay it Collier, rornellun Man] has Instituted a ?trii in unlawful detainer in the Ell rahe*h Crty Cirruii Court egain-t R. f.. Jone? Maul eonfe-nds that Jew ia withholding from him a strip rf fwentvBvie acres of land in Wvthe rMfirlr: end the case win fwohaMv he beard bv Judge Clarence W. Rotm - m at the May term of the court. ? Other setts entered in the clerk's onVe yesterday were; George Wied . mac Browing rosnpaav vs. j. J. |>tch J ran. administrator nf it M Hssiiaa" ' Kmpi.-e DMilling Company vs J ' lywchran, administrator K M. 11.? ' TO TALK TOMORROW. Pre >n sola Baptist Sunday gees et An j i v .at .on tm Heer aar. aUcCaH. Kr, Mr MrOall of Cwnrr*wte,.\ HI' wh" will presek to the c-?w?re*altot>; of taw Menwwial Raprint eh arch to nwirrrvw n>"i mnK and ?en nj will | al-o nahe an address before the Pew Ujwula Repit,.: SundBy School Assort ??? i? ssb'eb aweeva (a) law Merwertei | ebmrh at : n rtrr-k In the after Wee. Mr. Bum is. of Newport Nesse. | t? arrdber of th- mew In b- bear ft a* the aflrrnown meet;**. U*IH S marr-aoe Mr A Pea .'->? re n and Miss EtS nss Martin, nf R*<4*. Helixestani. j ? mwiinaied their roescrsaent nf frw I years Hv beta* ?nltlv wasrrted al hag* j noon Thwrsda*. py a> v. A. C Hop bans, at the P.. It, Haiwptnw Mr Jasajila Is gggpj gusg the] <-hsrmhevnw Mr aadj Mrs wuj ttre in f> haw. I Orngwate pAmraaaeAau at MtahTa P-*' Rate Bras kW?. Ptoowe Jug. S-t-tf M. FRANK w. SHIELD 70 RU V FOR TREASURER Announced His Candidacy Yesterday for the City Election In June of Next Year. AH hough the city elect ion for mayor, treasurer, sergeant and sixteen mem? bers of the counsel does not occur un til Juno cf next year considerable in? terest wo* e rent el In jtolitical circles yesterday by the announcement of I?r. Krank W. Shield that be will be a candidate for city treasurer. Dr. Shield I? at present the assistant In the oflleo of City Treasurer David Johnson and ha.i long been identitle t with politics, having for many years served the county as the chairman of the Democratic patty. He has start? ed quietly cn his campaign und will Ixt in the fight to win. City Treasurer Afeass A. Patrick, who is filling out his third term, will again be an aspirant and he will sup port his claim for reelection tjy the excellent record be has bad since be? coming treasurer. There are quite a number of candi? date.; named .for mayor, but so far an one has announced himself. Among the names associated with the nomi? nation .ire Mayor Thornton F. Jones, Councilman C. Vernes Sprat ley and Councilman YY. W. Itichardson. It Is also rumored that Mr. It. I? Qalor w||) likely aspire for the office again. This will be the first election of a sergeant by the people in Hampton, as under the town government the ser geant was chosen l*y the council. NECROtS wIlUJKLlT' NOMINATE MA1T n. LEWIS Negro Editor in Newport News Will Probably be Named for Congress in the First District. When the negro Republican vote:a of tit.. First Congressional district meet in Newport News next Wednes? day it 'Is understood that Matt N. Lewis, the negro editor of Newport Ni ws, will be probably nominated as the candidate of his race for Con gress. The convention of the negro voti r.s has been called to select delegates to the Richmond state convention to protest against the recent action ot the Virginia Republican convention in Roanoke in making the party a I "lily white" one. The negro volcrfe in Elizabeth City county have been active and it is said among the best known totn in the race here that the negroes are determined to resent the action of the white leaders la the party. In fact it la stated as a fore? gone conclusion that tbe nomination I of M.itt N. Lewis will be made and that a strong delegation will be seut to the Richmond convention. "I believe." said s prominent negm I leader, to Tbe Dally Press represent? ative, "that voters or my race will sup? port Mr. Bryan In the coming pres j tdentiat el?c*ion. as they recognize that the Republicans bsve used us merely for political capital." The Newport News convention wilt be attended by representatives of th* negro race from every county In the First district. Mr. Lynch te*Preach. Mr. R- Walter Lynch, secretary ol the Young Men's Christian Associa? tion, will preach to the congregation of tbe Kast Hemp*on Methodist eburrb tomorrow evening:. The pas? tor. Rev. c. W. Ray. will sing a solo at the services. I| MRS. C. M. TERRY j[ FLORIST Fre-.h e-it Flowers. Foneial ; ; and Wedding petl*?s of all i [ kmtion Short Notlc. 1st- j ; ami trie Work a Specially. 135 Mellen SC RbSSbus. Va. 'Phons 1JS. Love Chickens' Want More Eg Thee feed CP Watt Hps great e* hews sad csncbeaa. Send far < The J.W.RO ft WHA> PAY SPCCI/I MOW COIN B?rge?' Mil JUhtOCR sarsMfne fa bars. MOD IK TUB? CIRCUIT COURT OP THE United State? fur the Eastern Ills trlct of Vii Ki nia: CLARENCE 11. WILDES, Who sirs. I ( etc. e. I THE PCBIJC SERVICE CORPORA I TION OK VIRGINIA, ft als.. To Whom It May Concern: Take notice, that pursuant to a de cretat order-entered in the above en? titled cause on the 90th., duv rf April. 1:10 s. by the Honorable Edmend Wad dill. Jr.. Judge, wherein the iMuvreJgu ed was direct ml to ascertain and re? port to the court: Fir*!: An account of the assets of (he defendant corporation, whether the same |v real, personal or mixed Including all franchises and privileges held or controlled by the said corpora t ion. Second. An account of the approx? imate value of the assets of the .->hI.I defendant corporation Inclining fran? chises and privileges owned or con trolled by 11. Third. An. account of all debts, claim.; and demands of every charac? ter whatsoever duo and owing to the said corporation with the 3pproni<>. I mate value of such claims aud de mauds. ?Fourth. An account ?f all liens binding iiihiii the asset.* of the said corporation if any, their dignities aud priorities. If any. t Fifth. An account cf debts due and owing by the said corporation of everj kind aud character whatsoever. I Sixth. An account of tue dealings I and transactions and rieht s and Ha Ibill ties of the said defendant corpora? tion with all persons lutcrested in the design, construction and erection of Its plant; the maintenance and opera I tion of its business and affairs from I the time of the formation of the saht company to the time of the taking of I this account. I I will at 11 o'clock on Monday. I June 1st.. 190X. at my office, rooms 4t?i I and l"5 Bank of Hampton Building, in ? the City of Hampton, Virginia, pro I ceed to execute the said decretal or j der and take said accounts, at which I time and place till persons interested nre notified to be present and make , I tt*te proof of their respective claims, j If for any reason the said Inquiry and ' r'-port shall not be completed on thnt day. the same will be adjourned from day to day or from time to time at the same place, or at such other place as may lie deemed advisable, until completed. May 9, 1?08. WM. C. U. TAUAFERRO, 5-9-to6-L Special Master. M?S. O. S. FIELDS Hair drtaslnn> atarcel Wave* Srienv pooing, Manicuring. Massaging, Chiropodist. Facial and Scaly Trent?set a Specialty. IS* Wien Streut, Hansplan,' Va> Phone VA. Rata Water Used, htasuusnta of N. T. STf. EASTER MOVES YOU J ..'"r ' ." '? i to new clothing, new bonnets, new furniture. Why not also to a new bnuse. One that you can call your >wn. We can s*R you one even if vou have bnt a small portion of the purchase price In cash. The rent vou save win go far towards paying the rest. Htnp in and talk It over, i have n fine list of ntce bouses la every part of the cfty. W. B. LAWSON I Bank of Hamad on Bid*, 'Phone S, -?- ---rmii YdsU TO ATTShfT THE iL SALE ? ON AT Unery Store AUOUSTA MOT EL. boone!?. millinerr no'-el'tes ao4 ' D POINT. Close at 6 P. M., Except Saturday. SALE 12ic 40-inch LAWN, 8c Yard This is our regul?r 12V?c grade <>' l<? Ineh. White Lawn, if you'v bought Ii ben- Derore, rou can appreciate this bargain. V*M width and very flue evenly woven-th read. ROWE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1 Jam j ton, Virgiuia l! The Phillips-Lackey Co. (Incorporated) fttfol ??tate Broker* 18 E. QUE.SN STREET, HAMPTON, VA. FOR RENT. 51 Hone St.$13.:.n ;:uh Holt St., . 7.50 422 Holt St. 7.uo 410 Holt St. 6.25 207 Academy St. 9.00 13 Locust St., . 10.00 220 Holt St. 15 75 Marshall St. 39.00 Outer St.. 23.es Victoria Ave. lio.itO Williard Ave. 20.00 Hampton Road . 20.00 VIRGINIA HOTEL?Moder n. well located, reasonable rent. OLD DUCK ROB HOTEL? Reasonable rent to good party. REAL ESTATE IN ALL BRANCHES. FOR RENT. Hiverview car line .. SMNI iCast Hampton . lo.OO N. King St., ?. 600 N. King St. 4.00 Water Front ?. 12.60 La Salle Ave.. . 12.5? STORES. East Queen St.. .... 10.00 I West Queen St., 25.00 West Queeu St.1&5* N. King St.30.00 S. King 8t.30.00 N. Kiug St. 6.00 Ransone Bros. Shoe Department, 2nd Floor 8HOES FOR PERFECT FEET. SHOES FOR TENDER FEET. SHOES MADE BY UNION MEN. Ransone Bros. 8 aid 10 West Queen Street. M. ff. MORGAN ? CO. REAL ESTATE?INSURANCE 8 1t NORTH KING STREET, HAMPTON, VA. I-OR RENT. so Victoria Ave..$:jn.?? 22?? Hott St.?..., I5.2i Fool Victoria Are. .. .Ta.oO 32.'. Marshall.4n.00 W. Kfbg 8t, .:. Men Queen* St., flat . !?.??? .128 Center St. 23J00 3??2 Washington . 1?>?M Boulevard.IT. 0? Hampton Road a . Jo no FOR SALE. A Newport News Ave. home at a price that would interest yon If you want a home. Nice bouse at Buckroe paying 12 per cent. A bargain at tbe price we are asking, on easy terms. Victoria Ave. home. $1.775.00. Would pay you to see us about this Several desirable farms for sale and rent. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROPERTY AT SIX PER CENT. Boulevard Irin for fenL twenty two ropes*, all mM-rn ronvenieucej Eleven acres of ground. uk-el>- furnished, bathing, boating and fish lag. See as for price. ? - The Bank of Hampton TMt OLDEST AMD LARSMfPT rM g'TMCR MAAS?>TDSI DM $100,000.00 125,000.00 OCPOSJTg OVER OME MILLION DOLLAI The naey >intsjisHI depeetteey *s lk? State of Tt gasM fjpj Easieea Vi-.ste We sjaha rnees ea Real BMslll I ??M sea th* Watleast Realm POOR PEE CENT iWTEMSY PAID ON SAI FEQHIEJ' RJJ| OEPOsretfl CasWei