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BaTWnlt N farclSK In SI. John's la (h? Afternoon UlUnO IE SPUKE! of the First Methodist Church ?Jpsstted to Deliver the Address on ^.thu Occasion?Delegates Elected by rai. E. Los Camp to Birmingham? tft. A. R. Posts Invite Camp. H r - - - ? - * W(mW various Confederate nreanlza fctRu of Hsmplon and Kli/.ah.-ih t'ily ?pity will have their Memorial day Ht^aoes in St. John's cemetery Friday snernoon. George W. Wray. jiastor of First Methodist church, and s of force, will be the orator occssjon and s most appro program sill bo arranged for tevent. deeir.lon to hold the exer next Friday afternoon was yesterday between commit* Pss from R. R. I^e Camp. Hamilton napliii sad the Old Dominion Chap ML Da lighters of the Confederacy, jSs ratified Isst nicht when the camp tat In the office of Commander Holt Sf K, Curtis. ???I*H- wss a good attendance ot las' veterans and the meeting was ao of the most interesting h<ld by H aamp fn several months. Com- j ssWhii Curtis wss in the chair, sifter deciding upon the date and to speaker for (he services to pay rHata to the dead of the Confedci e* tbo camp took up routine busi to G. A. R. Celebration. fJa-t? several posts of tho Grand of the Republic sent an Invi-: to the camp to attend the > exercises to he held in the Home theater on Friday May,2?. and In the national on Saturday morning. May The invitations w<rc unanl-j accepted I and it is cxj>octed EjpiCte n number ol the veterans I mingle with the men who ? wore ('oJate'* on these occasions. DeHgetse to Birmingham, erection of del. Kales to the of the Grand Camp I nit. u ale Veterans, which will us |n Birmingham. Ala. on June taken 'up and and resulted I select ton of Commander It. K. j and Second Lieutenant Com [ tfyC. D. Parker as the dele-i and Messrs. M. F. I'.urke ami Bsc bard son as the alternates, i The Cornmittees. commutes from the two Daughters of the Confeder-j ?to assist in arranging the Me> 4a> program are S\ sdainesj Sy Revs and Harry Wise Htrik Itampton chapter, and Met-1 Norwood Jones and Kaanh: from the Old Dominion Dra chapter. Etime aSO It Was XtlCRested to ^ft? memorial exercis-.s on June , as the dowers will be scarce > derision was reached to bold rtees next Friday, expert. i| that the kiirio.is- or is from Newport Ne?< will to Wltn-ss tlx- exercises, of the Grand Army men In attendance. aajnaananSffJ Glt-thing MPTOr Marine Insurance By special arrangements with the hartford firbinVuranclico One of the ntronK-M comp* nlen in the l*ift<<1 states, vv are prepared to write pollrka on Gasoline Launchci Steam Launches Small Craft It's a paring investment to carry insurance mi your small launch or Mat. fotne In today and talk over the propoeltion with im. Jones, Sau tiders & Co. North King Street. Phone. jPRdfESSOR OID NOTVVED jBostsn legro Woman Plaintiff ia tmi of Promise Soil ??l MS BEIEMliS Wlfii HE? Saya Former Harvard Educator En 0?.f'd Himself to Her Six Years Age, and Gave $2,600 a Year and Extra Money Gifts. P.OSTON. Mass. May H?The ?2.'.. <Hta? breach <f promise suit of Annie' Menley, a ysiean. against Phillip Ft.' Mtnrmu. formerly mi assistant profess? ed at Harvard l!4.lvnr.dty. has begun at' Btft Cambridge. The woman testified that she met Prof. Marron on Middle-( Sea street, ponton, while sie- was on hoy way, to the theater with a girl i friend, about six years ago. He stop i ped her. she alleges. 1 ? -zan a conver j nation, and naked her to break h^r 'former cegPRcnxnt. She did bo and i took hint to her home on Hotyoke [street ' I The witness testified that aKer that Prof. BtarOne kept calling on her 1 fvcry week, and ffonelly gave ber I gSno tc. buy furrlitir ? for a new home. I iJltrr ?he said he gave her $2.?01? t;i bnv a lodging house in the West Bod j Thf> plaintiff said that six yean; ago I Prof. Marecu promised to iimrry her I and thry were to have he?n married ( in .September. If*; In August, Ifior,.; j r.he went to Saralnera. and while she was there he s"nt her mnnev. When j i?ho resumed In September, she let Mm know of her return, but he <)l I not rail. Therefore, she went to Cambridge rne dav and l?w h:m as he was aboiif to enter the cnll'-re yard He stopped and s-mke to her ash? ing why *be Wpa out I hern. She re piled hv asking him whv he it'd n'>t call. He *sld: I'm too busy to tai'h to yon now" Prof Me emu *h.- said, ha-l given her alwwit M*ce a vear during their j engagement ' f f<*x years. He allowed . .her regiilarlv $IR* a m<Hiih. h--'? ' mad> extra presents. TO HOLD -VffRANDA PARTY. I Attractive Entertainment ?n h- Gi/en Tuesday at "Elmwatd " "Klmwald." (he honie of Mr. and I Mr*. Henry Line S.hi;i<-I.- ;n K.a ' .'Qo'cn street, ?rill b-- ih< : ' i. ? ,,f an attractive . otertaiament n-M Tifx j day evening from & in ta o'rioefc. e Bap IjattOs* Awxiliarv of fa* ' FWwhjletleu chorea will mv# a "Ver. anda Party." An enjovaW pitgtarn till he rrrtdW A and hotec- jQ.de oake. randy and , tr *m-??<? will eh ealc. NORTH END VS. HANtOTOM. Schedwled fn* New Pa.k Oiameed The? afternoon. I The North KM nine of XewpoM New* and the Hsmoine v<ma| v-n a Christian Aswewrffcm ?tr. will ne-ef' aar lie trw lim* ?bi* w-a-oe mi \>?' Park dktmobd U?t? afternoon at I J? o'eh>k. A spiendtd garae la raped** ed a? Hampton has not losi ? cam. SJt* far thia seaanr *n?t tS.- Xnrlh are trniwg tr> .... mr, ,? be' t eenejm rot of the rMM..wi Wort? Staring at Pert ana bora tvwia on the n? of the Intted State? AriS h?pr eVhrvd bwtlelnr and the enHWed IfBJBj atHaan) VwTHiac at P ? Maw* it setisi f?r whwh was the Georg? A ruller Cewr r, el Waah'agton. FIFTEEN JMS OLD Hamptan Firs tqt?ml Obsero Anniversary h Pleasing Marnier. FINE EITERflllKIT I? B0?IS During the Evening Addresses Were Made by Mayor Jones For the Fire? men-?Department Among Best In S'ate. The llamplnn lire department ?na bitten years old yesterday, and lad night Use event was celebrated by be members ol the department with ntmustiuff exorcises in tilt" game it>r?ni at th<- engine house. Tbert was an unusually large ni i nd trace of the firemen, while Mayr Thornton F. .limes and a ???? her of the rneustjers of the ?-ity Cornell were prosenl as tit" special 'ctti-sts of the department. During the evening addresses wire made by Ma>or Jones. Couneilnien (Frank C Rees. W. W. Biohardi-on. John Weyinouth. Mr. Charb s A. j.lunkrn, ('apt F. W. li.-uling and oth ! ers. The Hampton orchestra was present and rendered good music. Police Officer John W. Cunningham eiillvei.ed things with an exhibition of cloc dancing, and I here were other equally as entertaining features. The members of the West End ii"so Company, tut organization of yeoag men and a strong lot of II" - HgMors, were among the invited Ktusts. This organisation is an aux? iliary to the department an j has proved a valuable adjunct. lairing the evrnlng Mayor Jones presented the department with a handsome picture of the "Champion Thief," which came from T>es Molncs, lows, snd which was greatly appre? ciated by the firemen. Foreman Walter V. Wood was the master of ceremonies. After the addresses refreshments were server and then the remainder or the even? ing wss spent In games and social Intercourse. Fins Lot of Firemen. The Hampton Are department Is one of the beet volunteer organisa? tions of Are-fighters in the Old Do? minion. It would bo hard to esti? mate tlt? monetary value of property the depa-tmeur has savrd from de? struction daring its fifteen years of existence. it is supported by the city council and the people of the city. It's equipment I? fine and It's home in one that affords much en? joy -nent 'o the members. The fiiemin have always received cot dial Mipjort from the town nnd the department has ever been ready and wili ng to. at all times fight fires. The department Is a credit to Hampton and the pride of the city. BOOKER WASHINGTON TO SPEAK. Nt.ro Educator to Appear at Hamp? ton Normal School. Pet we. n 700 and SOO prommcnt eoi'-red men, who are now attending the quarterly conference of th" A. M K cbur .1 at Norfolk, the Baptist Sta*e convention nt Newp-r News. ??il the General Baptist Association at ilarar'on. w;ll njiot tuvltatleu visit the Normal ech?rl today They will ass'-mblo with the t ache?-? *r*i sru dei.ts In the gymnaMnni nnd wilt hV t?-n to to formal adder w to the m :ro d'legntra snd offers of the ?rsi conventions. Rook, r T Ws?hlr-ton. prtiKlptl of Toskei'-c ln-tjtu e. will ?peak. FE LL ON HOT~STOVE. t-itttu Sen of Mr. ana Mrs. Curmoo 1 am Paidvlly -Burwed. The mne-mcnth old ma ft Mr. nr. ! Mrs s*mue4 Cunnir.glasm. in t"u CJtt en ittreet. aas painfull* burro-.| alr-ot the head ai?i face y *-t?rrl^? ai te^-nv-oo by failing on a ho? ?iove. The little follow In hi* hi-h chnr wbl. b timhl'd e?*r ao-t threw b*m upon He stove. Ihr. J. WtMon Rasas . ,t tbe Injurlr-v wbtcb are ant lasassjM to he of a fatal natere. To Meet in Special Seas too It am-* on Chnp'rr. Oaaghtrr* i-f the ' .?n'o.|~rari *>H meet with *? rx W \ r.'eker thlx aft ernenn at 4;Ja o'r|o??. ait< ? arranzementa will be Ur\ foe the pre.--a of "The- :*arvc?x Ctmfa"" The- ptay wtlt he giren by the OnWf-vWrwte <*hotr of l-ve-tx^eo-wb. The m**e-ing today ia a *prrti one Ntr. Rj-'- Sob-rets far Saavday Rcr. CHarl n W. Rev will preach at Pwi Rill Vt -'tiort- t rhavch tonvnrrow rie?. i-lnc at It 'Vi-? on "Chrl ,i lani ' S ibWi.t frv ?h- Needs of the World." a*d )" Rust Herme-on at - o'ctnch on "S*if Cuunrol Cnd-*r Snf faring At 4 n'ctnrk t sun i lew sfterso-a Vr Rai will orei-h |r l?w 't-a?not V.'Wec M.-ibett ?? church -n The rs'. ine aottcttor '* Death ?f Mr. t-tifj?1 Mr W J Mas tigs l hn? recHvad news of the dawtb Of hto he-whr, la tsw Mr Jo aero S-hramt ??-t<-fc ar ? svfv| as Fact p.wvev. N V haxt uv-r-ta? afr Srbrass? man a t?o_-o 'gl ateward at For Sfoorpe r>r -ral rear* nhw 'asm w-T! krowa .Miss Honovia Moouiuw reiurnea 1 yesterday to bor honte ?? Clover- | dale, alter a vial! ol Bevern) werks with her siattr, Mrs Henry Lauv Sehmeli. at "BJaiwald." The Hampton Hain im: Class gave I its lasi duuce for Ike winter season l last night. | Mm. K. 8. Cooke. nr New York. I arrived In tue city yesterday and is ! visiting her son, Mr. J. !.. 8 Cooke, | in Columbia avcuuc Mrs. CIcmence i KsOSr?. of Washington, is also the gmst of Mr. Cooke. Mrs. W. n. Ritild is repeated to . roach the city today, after visit ins > for sevtrsl days in Richmond. Cooke to Coach U. Va. Football Team. II CMARL-OTTKSVIM.i;. VA., May l!>. j i ?'Virginia Is to have an i Intimus (<>r j fiHithal! coach the cumins fall des? pite the vigorous protests made hy numerous graduates of the institution !al the close of last season. M. T.! ! Cooke. Jr.. JUl-Sontbern tackle for, tao seasons, has accepted the jiost-J itioii. and will lake charge of :l>c ? 'iitad al the opening of next season. [ Delegate to Seattle. I At Hr meeting la>t night Hampton; I Aerie of Kaglos elected Past Worthy} President William H A site as the rep- I . n-sentiitive to the meeting of th<- j .Grand A-rle of the L'nited Slates in1 , Seattle. Washington, next Septem-i I her. Mr.. A she will leave Hampton, I for Scat11 ? the last week in August.) j Back from Lynchburg. i . M'TO James Mitchell, W. ,F. L*r ralic;'. T. V. Torney. Joseph K< ra;>. W. T. Ilolston. C. K Mogcr, II. F. j Clarke, Charles Warren and Dr. D I A. Burvher have returned from I/inrhburg. where they atttpded th* annual Convention of the Virginia j Grand l?dge of Odd Fellows. IConbition of J. A. Ma looey. The condition of J. A. Maloney. 'the Fort Monroe artilleryman, who I was shot by Martha Itenjamlne. a nag j ress I? Phoebus Thursday morning. I was said io lv> urn hanged Uu>f even I Ing. It is .->a>id that Maloney's !n j.Juries are dangerous, although he 'may recover. Death of an Infant. The Infant son of Captain and Mrs. John W. Gulick, e? Fort Monroe, died yesterday morning. The. remains were hurried" in the National ceme? tery yesterday afternoon. Mr. Sutler Qualifies. ! Mr. Qeorasj Vt Sutler, who was, elected a BSSsaher rf the Phocbiti .-choc! lioarri. qualified ae such before . Clerk of the Courts Harry H. Holt. >esterday. Dr. Stone to Leave Richmond. NORFOLK. VA.. May 15.?Rev. Dr.1 Stone, of Richmond, has notified the First Baptist Church of Eiiaxbeth ' Cltv. X. C^that he has accepted th* call tbither. and will take charge June 1st. t NOTICE. ! The entire stock of Hancock *> Hison's m'llinerv is being sold at and below rc*?. owthg lo withdrawal of Mrs. Belle liixon PVters from Arm.' Mrs. Hancock will continue the busi? ness at prtsent stand). S-7-eod-St. FOR RENT. FOR RENT XICKU? FVRNISHBD, bouse, motern Improvements, fori the assessor months. Apply or ad . dre>?. r.i?? Newport Sews svnue | Hampton. Va 5-HMM.f VERANDA TEA. Tuesday. Way 13. Fr-m T> to 10 P. M. Rf'idence Vr. H. I? Sehmelr. nn *-r ausniee ; ladle*' Afd^Presbytertsn j rhnrrh R"-i're?hmeTii <. reedy made rake und | re m - made < artdy Ott SB*?. 5-14V3I. MRS. CM. TERRY FL8W8T Fre*h r :? FlowrrS. Fenrrat and W?ddirrg Pesten? of ?II kind* on Short Itotkne. Im n-. ? v Work a BRrrlalty. IM Mellen St. Pherhua. Va. 13S IT WILL PAT 1 SPECIA NOW OOlhX Borge?' Mill UNDER Ti- ? e are kafBjnSsa st nets. Take your prescriptions to Hull's Cut Rate Drug Store. &-2tf. j Try One of Our I FAMILY PIES I ! i I! ; Made with tfosb fruits. H?c j ;; I each. Fresh Strawberry Pies ' I rainy, lt?c each. Don't forget art have hot rolls and bread | ij j baked In time for auppor. TT) I i a dozen of our Tea Rolls, light, ' j j ] flaky and fine, 10c a dozen. ' j jj The Hampton Bakery Cor. Queen and Hope Streets. | Spring Styles! | The Prettiest Yet. Can now be aeon et s. Marback rs The Tailor and Clothier. Suits made here have the right ap? pearance. Wines and Liquors I belong to the lost tribe that strayed away from Dublin before Moses sailed on the Red Sea. I'm a nriee cutter. I'm a money-maker: I'm the one that sella all straight Whis? kies retail at wholesale prices. The following high grade 10c Whiskies I sell for Be a drink; Paul Jones Pure Rye. Sherwood Ryo Whiskey. Carroll Springs, pure Maryland Rye Whiskey. Parkwood Rye Whiskey. All of the above named Whiskies are strictly high grade; watch my prices If you dare, beat me If you can. WhUktes j in bu'k at following prices: Old Nick Pure Rye. H pt.. 25c. gallon .$4.00 I Leonard's Favorite, pt, 30c; ] gallon ._ .$3.00 Hunter's Baltimore Rye, % pt. 25c; gallon.$1.00 Maryland Club, % pt. 25c; gal? lon .$4.00 Panl Jones Pure Rye, % pt, 20c; gallon .$2 75 Star A. Rye, gallon .?2.00 Moss Rose, gallon .$2.00 Larkwood Pure Rye. gallon _$2.00 Jefferson Pure Rye, gallon _$1:75 Kentucky Bourbon, gallon .$1.40 Double Stamp/tin, gallon .fZM The following brands of California Wines. Port, Sherry. Catawba. Cla? ret. Blackberry, at 25c per qt; per gallon, 75c. Pride of Jyorth Carolina, 4 years old. gallon .$2.00 Kiimmeill. per gallon .$2.00 Carroll Springs, gallon .$2.50 XXXX Baker Rye. gallon.$2.50 N. LEONARD'S Barrel snd Bottle House. 16 AND IS MELLEN ST? Phoebus, Va. 'Phons 230. to aetr clotbtrg. new bonnets, new 1 fa ml turn. Why not also to s new house. One that yoa can call your own. We can >? II vim <m> cvn i' yoa have hut a *tna?| portion of the powhaso price in cash. The rent yua save wltl go f.?r towsrds paving the r?M. Stop In ?ad teilt It over I have a fine u?t of arcs hows.-S In < everv part of tfcr chy. IV. E. LAWS0N Bank of Herunter? Bid*. -phone J FOU TO ATTCNT THE L SALE B OM AT liner? Stonf AUCU8TA HOI EL bonsn*. millinery cot-i'ir. and D POINT. ? Close at 6 P. M., Except Saturday. Queen Quality Oxfords $2.50 to $4.00 "Copper Brown"' Queen Quality pumps, with gilt buckle und h at her bow, high lullllary heoL The kind that will uot slip ut the keel, $3-50 pair. t Comfort Last Queen Quality, made of soft kid. with soft boxing In toe, low heel and Ihiu sole. Made especially for ("iidrr feet, $2.50. ROWE'S DEPARTMENT STORE Hampton, Virginia. Srt Ransoqe Brothers !* Just Received For Hot Weather SO WHITE SKIRTS. A BARGAIN .$1.00 203 PAIRS TAN OXFOfKDS AND SAILOR TIES .? $2i?0 FULL LINE OF PARASOLS.50c to $5.00 RANSONE BROTHERS 8 am) 10 W. QUEEN ST. HAMPTON. VA. The Phillips-Lackey Co. (Incorporated) Kral % ?tat* Broker* I 1S E. QUEEN STREET, HAMPTON, VA. FOR RENT. r.l Hope St.$13.00 SW Holt St., . 7.50 422 Holt St. 7.00 41H Holt 8t.. 6.25 207 Academy St. 9.00 tl Locust St. 10.00 220 Holt St. 15.73 Marshall St. 35.00 Center St. 2.1.00 Victoria Ave. .10.00 Williard Ave. 20.00 Hampton Road . 20.00 FOR RENT. River view car line .. 9.0U East Hampton .10.00 N. King St. 6.00 N. King St. 4.00 Water Front .12^0 La Salle Ave., .12.50 STORES. East Queen St.10.00 West Queen SL.25.00 West Queen 8t.12.5?? N. King St.30.00 S. King St.30.00 N. King St._ 6.00 VIRGINIA HOTEL? Modern, well located, reasonable rent OLD BUCKROE HOTEL?Reasonable rent to good party. REAL ESTATE IN ALL BRANCHES. M. H. MORGAN & CO. REAL ESTATE?INSURANCE ?-11 NORTH KING STREET, HAMPTON. VA. FOR RENT. SO Victoria Ave..$30.00 ZU Holt &. 15 25 Foot Victoria Ave. .. 25.00 325 Marshall . 4O.W0 N. King 81.. 14.00 Queen St.. fiat . 1S.00 323 Center St. 23.n0 302 Washington. l?.n? Boulevard. 25.00 Hampton R:>ad?. 2000 FOR BALE. A Newport News Ave. home at a price that would interest you if you want a home. Nice house at Buckroe paying 12 per cent. A bargain at the price we are asking, on SkW terms. Victoria Ave. home. $1.775.00. Would pay you to see us about tbU. Several desirable farms for sale and renL MONEY TOBLOAN ON IMPROVED PROPERTY AT SIX PER CENT Boulevard Inn for rent, twenty two rooms, all modern conveniences. ' Eleven arres of ground, nicely furnished, bat bias, boating and Sidl? ing. See us for price. HENRY L. SCHMELZ, PRANK W. DARLING, The Bank of Hampton t? TMS OLDEST AMD LARGEST Rf EITHER HAMPTON OR Capital, .... $100,000.00 ml Profits, - 125,000.00 BEPOBf fS OVER OWE MILUON BOUJtBG. Too ?aty lankwnl I BsRBRsawf to tto State ?f Ttrgmta t? Raafere Tr^gtaJO We ma*. I1 sns an Beat Estate NOT /PBOHIBfTBO - on are 0r> NsHwaal Raaks J POVB PER CERT INTEREST PAID ON BAVteNaf OSPDtMTnV Nelson So Giooiiio. CosMtr .'.j ' .