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mt kpuiieii imiiNc ?Only Noi** Connected With the I" vention Is a Mutlled Blatd at Inter ? vals?Details Being Kept Secret by Inventor of Machine. WASHINGTON. D < Maj L' / Benator l.-org.- C. Perkins, of <'ali ferula, has hrnughi lo the attention Of the nav> department a new fog ?Oisp-lliliK device lliv?'l|lcd bj olle of his constituent- He requests lhal the depart men I arrange to give the device a thorough test on Coal I litnl. San Francisco Hay. If the hopes of lhe Invento- are reallzMl the device will dispel leu a' a radius of three miles in all direc tious by means of a carbide genera tor. The details ol the Invention are kept secret, hul it Is divulge, ] that the only noise rounected with lhe de #Vlce is a muffli,d blasi al intervals The device, wilh some inoilillcation, may also prove adaptable aboard ship as the explosions are so muffled as to be scarcely perceptible. The carbide generator, by means Of a chemical pro? ess. forms gases which explode upon coming in con tact with the air The?,, i-xpli sinus It'Is said, continue with decreasing force for a considerable distance from the anparntus. How this condition is brought about Is noi explained In Ihr Inventor, his desire I'dng lo keep all details secret until the government has taken over his proposition. Members if the l.lghthous. Hoard said today thai the Invention might prove of great Importance to shipping interests throughout the world Spc clal officers will be assigned lo walch the tests at float Island in cas" Sec relarv Metcalf permits lhe erection of the device News from the National Convention. ;Ten minutes aflT tile Identity "f the chosen city is announced, the managing editors t f Important dally papers and. of course, of the Asso? ciated Press and the other coopera? tive news-gathering institutions, have begun lo send rush telegrams reserv? ing accommodations r,,r i;,,. Ntajf of correspondents win. will t..- assigned to cover the gnat event, says a writ er in Appleton's for June \nd rae Ing with tin m are the nie sases from campaign manag r and stale com mittcrs. reserving space for headqnar t.Ts for Ih-'lr own activities. I Oni' .lay, as the convent Ion hall is iK-ariii^ completion, the ?seigrant at arms "f nntlonnl cumin it tec. <ir the chairman or the press committee. .lie "f like functions, appear" mildly en 'he ricene and ?Iuris lo d< termine lha precise arrangements that shall be made for the accommo dation ni lhe press. probably worked it oat as far as possible I y applying some practical experience lo th. architectural drawings, ami con? sulting closely with the managers of the great telegrajib eoaipatiies ami press associations, who know more about ?hat ought to be d. than doe,i any one elr.e. He knows that Boores of Id'graph instrumenta must Ik- Installed in the convention hall, and lhal the pre facilities must be as nearly perftel a possible, or the wainng nation will not get the news to th.- besl ad x anl?ge. He is fortunate if he has experience and lacking lhal If he is tractable, 1 have known cf one such . oinmaiiding i ffleer sei-iiug his first convention term who bpatwiietl upon a'friendly reporter the day he (irr t came lo ilispict the hall and admit Ii ig frankly his utter Ignorance of ? hal was required literally placed liiniaelf in the hands of lhe young man, who was thereafter actually the directing spirit of all arrangements for the press. As his own private re ward therefor, the reporter claimed only the right lo proem pi the best possible faclllti-s for his own paper. ain| one desirable seal on the platform for distinguished guests, in one ofi whom he-was much Interested. A Boat in a Knapsack. A Servian named Iferchep has de? viated what he terms "a boal i" ? knapsack" for army purposes. The boat is composed of linen rendered Imperateable by a coating of rubber; it is provided with oars, which fold into each other to lhe si..f an or? dinary walking slick, and a c.nk seat, which ntao serves lo keep it laun! win n open. The mod'-l can accom modale one person only, hut larger ones may be made on the same plmi for the conveyance of in- ip. and hag : age when crossing rivers. Merchep's invention has beep tried on the Seine by naval experts, who speak of ll In high terms.?Kansas ('it} Journal. One Sure Way. "Your husband smokes his pip in the house does he? I suppose tin re Is nu "way o getting tl.lor of to? bacco out of th rooms, either.' "Yes, there is one way hut I ehsi. lat about resorting to II Our house and furniture arc only partly Insur? ed."?Chicago Tribune. Obedience. Mamma?Hire comes your falber See bow cross, you've toad.- him. Now. go ami tell him you're sorry. Tommy?Say. pop, I'm sorry you're so blamed cross. --Philadelphia press Academy Conigbtl IT AT IS THE VERDICT OF MM 13 UKaLAj I ALL WHO HAVE SLLN MILLER & RUSSELL In Their C|ev< r Comedy Skrt? h "The Lunatic and the Maid" IF YOU HAVE THE BLUES?DONT MISS IT FOR YOU WILL BE BOUND To LAUGH. Bring the Children, For They Will Enjoy THE Tl ANITA MIDGETS MUSICAL COMEDY ARTISTS Who Are Small, But Awfully Loud. MOVING PICTURE PROGRAMME POSITIVELY CHANGED EVERY NICHT. With fh.- Utf t Feature- Film* DBect from 'he Manu farturers In New York None Better E\?r Seen In Thl-, City Latest Illustrated Songs HE MST STORE Watt, It iff I Watt TIE BUSY STM ?usui PETTICOATS A remarkahle cfferinK of Whit" Mnaltn ffVfte- it Never tnM tor t*n* than a dollar, annd :--tier than th' an-'.u ,. kJ,n,rni ?we KrnAe of Mwattn?Sheer Swte* KaabroMer--?! RuaV new and heantifnl den htm a harcata at Me. lmei siits t'p-to th* minnte in stvle and fit. Coat. trimmed ir. large white ?Varl Button?? Shirt? ??aMy ?>!-?'ed Vilne Ma- k or tan ?trlpea? ?2*?. CLCTI COATS Tery d?*tra?,1e for eoe| e? en lauf??Ihree prw>?'- neu-;, tailored --niriuh. arti r * intv ?easv Bttann??1AA. sviss inoiis Fir1'rei ?-?? orfanAVa?pretty Boral (?a'teen, .},..., ?engtha. Mr.. tone length* It 7* Watt. Doxey & Watt JuMt-lttl Washington Are. Nnrja^l Stm\ V?, In The Wori Remit! Y??terday. Chicago, ?; New York, 1. Plttsburg. 2; Hob ton, :>. St Louis Philadelphia, rain Cincinnati, H; Brooklyn, 2. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won. Liost. P.C. Chicago.18 11 -63S Cincinnati.17 >4 Pittsburg.15 13 .r'3? Philadelphia.1? r,J:< Now York .17 1? ??'>??? I lost on.M> Is llrooklyn .13 SO 344 .St. Loula.. .. 14 21 .400 Games Today. Chicago at St l.ouis. Boston at Plttsburg. Hersog's Great Work. (By Associated Press. I CHICAGO, May 27 ?New York shut the locals out today in a pitchers' battle. Ilersog ;,t short robbed Chi? cago of two runs in the sixtih by a marvelous stop and throw of Stetn f? Id's liner. Wlltse won his game vvilhh a clean two-base hit. Score: It.11. E. Chicago .. .. ?Mi (I II 0 II 0 II it? 0 :t I) New York_n il o il n II1 0 0 ? 1 & l Batteries: Pfeister, Krazer and Kling: Wlltse and Needham. ?Time. 1:50. Umpires, Emslle and O'Day. Reds Hit: Dodgers Make Errors. (Hy Associated Press.) CINCINNAI. May 27. ? Ctnclnatl Inda? mingled hits with the mlsplays of Hrtmklyn in the seventh Inning, piling up six runs. Score: It. H. E. Cincinnati .. 1 00 100 6ftx? 8 9 2 Brooklyn _ 010 001000?2 6 4 Batteries: Frwing and Schlei; Wil? helm, Ml-lntyre and Bergen. Time, 1:40. Umpire, Rigler. Boston Bunched Hits In Tenth. I By Associated Press, l PI ITSMl'RC. PA.. May 27 ?Boston won a ten inning game here today, bunching their hits In the tenth in? ning and scoring three runs, the final .?core being 5 to 2. Plttsburg .. 110 0(1020000?2 9 1 Boston _ 6*0 1 00 0 1 003?& 9 2 Batteries: Young, Ijever and Gib mm; - Plate rty and Bowcrman. Time. 2 hours. Umpire. Klein. College Baseball Games. At Princetonr?Pennsylvania State. Princeton, .1 At Ithaca -Cornell. .1; Williams. 2. At New Haven?Yale. !?: Brown. H. At Cambridge?Harvard Freshmen. Yale Freshment. 2-. American League Results Yesterday. Washington. .1; Cleveland. Philadelphia. :.; Detroit. 4. Boston. 3; Chicago. 2. .V w York. 2; St. Louis. 7. Standing of the Clane. Clubs Won. Lost. PC. New York.18 13 .SSI Cleveland.is m .SSI Philadelphia.19 ]>; .543 Detroit.1? is .5|K Chicago.15 |? .484 St LowJe.17 17 .50*? Bo-lon . . .14 2? .412 Washington.13 19 .40* Today's Games. St. t.ouls at New York Chicago at Boston Detroit at Philadelphia Clevelaad at Washington Winter Wen His Own Oame. (By Associated Press.!. BOSTON. MASS . May #27 Winter s?-ni In two rnns in the fifth lodav. wPh a two-base hit. winnig his own j canic from Chicago. 3 to 2. Score: R. ft. at twion . n 0 1? 1 * 0 o ft x? 2 a 1 i'htcaeo .... ? 00 n hoc ft 0?2 ? ? Bntt?rles Winter and Criger. Smi'h and Sullivan. Tim?- I 55 Cm pire. Connolly Mvllin Weakened: Detroit Lost. ( Rv Associated Press ) Pllll.AOt7l.PHIA. May 27 Mnllln | weakened In the last two, Innins leataj after Iietroif apparently had| the Came ?"n and Ptitladelphia land rd the victory hy 5 to 4. Score: R H F . ' e,. :.?4 |a 2 Phils . |?|4?#l !-!. 7 4 ?gittert?? Mullin and Psvn" Krmi-e and Powers. Time. ; 05 I'm ptre Sheridan Huj>>f? Strittet Out TweMv*. (Rv Aswoctaf-vt Press I W4.SHINOTON. Mav 27 Hughe pitched Wa?htucTnn to a vlctev 01 ? . ? ,t>d ?odav."3 ?n 2. ?trlhlne on* 12. the season's reeord. snd allowing ??ii four scattered bl's Us-btnrton ?l?????:t-1 ? CVrelaad . |ne|na*aa_2 4 j RaiterW Msc?" snd Stre. 1 IVr rer and Reeit* Time I 4* Im ptre II '? Chester? Myi m Worm. i R.t A-"?"""l?'ed Ptesw i NEW TO?K. Maav 17 TV- R? ftf Of Sports game from the New York Americans today. Both Chesbro and l-?ke were , generous to the visitors. I Score: RHU St. Iiouis_0 1 '?"?? II 2 2?7 7 <i New corw .. ?00001001?2 ti 5 Batteries: Ho well and Spencer; ?Chesbro, L?ke and Klein?.w. Time, 2 hours. Umpire, (>'l>iiiglilin. Virginia State League Yesterday's Results. I Danville. 8; Richmond, 4 Norfolk, 3; Roanoke. t; Portsmouth. 2; Lynchhtirg, 3. Standing Of the Clubs. Clubs. Wou. I?.st. P.C. Ikanvillc.17 12 ..r>N'! Norfolk.It; i;t .552 Portsmouth.il' 12 .500 Richmond.I.: 13 .50?? Lynchburg.ij II .4"lt Koanokc.ii 15 .423 Games Today. I Kynchburg at Richmond Danville at Roannke. Portsmouth at Norfolk Newport news academy easily defeated Hampton High School Haad a Walk With tste Visitors and Won the Battle by Score of 14 to '.. The Newport News Academy hase | halll nine met a crushing defeat on New Park dlamonj! yesterday after i noor :t .be hands of the team of the liar... ton High school, the score be? ing 14 to 1. The \isitors are a young lot of hall-players and never at any? time gave the local nine the slightest fear of defeat. The Academy made one run in the Brsl inning and that ended U.i score sitting. The High Srh'wilites played a good game Rritttngh.ini, who caught, dis? tinguished himself with a home run. I a three bagger and a two bagger. I while WllFon g"t three two baggers land a single during the nine in I nings. "Reanle" < Bur tanks, the High I School's southpaw, allowing the visit I org hilt two binnles. He sent twelve i?f the visitors to the bench and did excellent work with the stick. MT. ST. JOSEPH VS ST. VINCENT'S. Game on Casino Today Expected to be Best of Season. Wnen the baseball nines of Mt. St. Joseph College, of Baltimore, and the St Vincent's Academy night school clash on the Casino diamond at o'clock this afternoon it is expected that the largest crowd of fans that has witnessed a ball game here this sea? son will l<e on hand The Baltimore ti am will arrive here this morning and will return on the steamer to? night. This mateh promises to be one of i the he.,! of the season in Newport j News The college nine is said to I? an unusually strong one and the academy will put a fast team in the field Billy Beckes and Pat O'Hara will be the battery-for St. Vincent's. Going to Suffolk Accompanied by a goodlv crowd of fan:;, the Newport News Athletics will go to Suffolk this morning to play a doubleneader with thhe strong nine i or that city this afternoon The Ath littles expect to take at leant one of '? the games Cnrry and Scantier will . twirl for the Athletics , League Managers Appoint Umpires. Messrs Thomas Thomas. Manuel Monfab-one Kann- ' I, Cunningham. .1 R. f r*st?M. S. M Smith. R. O. Rogers. Cleveland Harrison and John R l/oonard have been appointed of llrial umpires for the Peninsula league gsmes by the manag- rs of the league Mosquitoes and History. We l-arn from excellent authority that sacteat Troy rani- to an untime? ly end through misplaced confidence ?n a wooden h-rse: we are fairly ?eil agv.-ett ahmt 'h< causes of the fall of Nineveh. Pompeii and San Pranclseo. hut we have arways been little mixed about Rome Grain and clauses and bath have at vari >i|* times, h-en saddled with the r*> 'ponsihtlitv for Rome's tfowufsll. But sc shall liave no more of thle ids* ?pe-loa'too We know all shout it low ?it was ssotssnltoes! Jones Is the pco*alc name of the man who mad- thi* homely dt?"?v *r> He is as Ko?llsh ?'leal lave; isatof who ha* hren ' .:. ? ? aroon't Is the nine. <if Gceeee and R'?me He find* thai malaria, cairled is by *!r dustrtoo* evil mnded mosmit'ne*. wss Ihr rJin" of Ibe nwvKlrsI and "itel ler'tMl det line id fbe*e anel-nt peo? ple* W*hen. therefore, vow see a de p endant of Sophocles selling p**a?s*?a PAYS DEBT n YEARS OLD \ man Ti rears old ma> ?o? hs?e had ??"rastow in p?\ s deiv. and ?et tt hr find, be is lodng b?? grip ae owes p to himself to lake H-Tlre PI1I?. wbea be haaws tn-y see the r-?v thing that will t'sne fctm wp snd I r ?long bU life Prkee $1 a box. stt ? I., f.. with rnO gnnrastee for an I fot-wi of nerve wenhne? h? ssea t wnnves for sals ay aS druggists. I or a modern Hrutua turning a hand organ, do not niuor.-n hint; irr?' htm with kindly pity, he simply made the mistake of ntv :ig ane?s'ora with out screen doois. You cannot < han;-< mosquito na? ture.. Ever since the time of the an ceint Egyptians they have been defy? ing boards of health and pur*' food [laws and leaving destruction in their path. Yet this does out tin an that the New Jersevitt s and the long Islanders of today will be the trull ?Uders of tomorrow: that the inee I of slimmer boarders is doomed I > < <? tlnetion. They are harrieudiug tin Ir windows will screens, they are burn? ing sweet incense in every home In Hackensack. All over New Jersey they are draining marshes and* sprink? ling itetroletini on ponds and pools. The armies of ancient Koine could not prevail against Ibis insiduous foe. but Hie oil can is mightier than the sword.?Success Magazine. I?e Quits You ? should do some? thing to contribute to other people's ?njoment. He Whiz-?1 d<>; I'm always making a fool of myself. Chicago News. The World's Best Climate \ Is not entirely free from disease, the high elevations fevers prevail, while on the lower levels malaria ts encountered to a greater or less ? tent, according to ah Hude. To ovt come climate affections lassitude, malaria, jaundice, biliousness, fever and ague, ami general debility, the most effective remedy is Electric Hit lers, the great alterative and blood purifier: the antidote, for every form of bodily weakness, nervousness, ami Insomnia. Sold under guarantee at All Druggists. Price 50c. BANKRUPTCY SALE. On Wednesday. June 3rd, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. at and In front of 2406 Washington avenue. I shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, a set of handsome bar tix litres ami counti r ami partitions with floors to he used between rear and front bar. also an assortment of bar glasses, an Ice |tox and such other paraphernalia used in the bar busi? ness. Including a valuable National Cash Register, also an assortment of liquors, all of the t?tate "of Rebecca Josephine Whitcraft. Bankrupt. CHARLES C. BERKELEY. S-27-7L Trustee CICENSES are pas* djic and must be psid at once. Only 3 (three) days in which to pay up remains. Monday, Jnne 1st. a penalty of 5 per cent, will be added. B. W. Crump Commissioner of Revenue |J1 8 8 8TS 6 8 6 8 5 eTA'S 8 8'B 8~8 BT8To~* As To c Refrigerators \ We look into the merits of every article in our stock be? fore wc buy It. and we |.?-lieve our lines of Refrigerators are equal to any on the market. Prices range from $x isi to $55 0?. Floor Coverings Mattings a Beautiful designs in "116 * warp'' Chinas and some new ? pa'terns In Js,r. Wc call at . tent ion to < or Im?-? of Tap . In I grain and Velvet Itnigget?. * Carpe' . and linoleums. !BUXTON & PARKER 1 for Pert-et ion fwl . ?tove*. Ideal Crib*. H?-rn>tcin J thee** piece Hess* ?nd lr?wi Reds * and Knrwl?her^ for every room > im 1 he bou^e tMtiinotitsiiitmii^ 48 "-4:9 I'mtW ?M ?**!??>"? at mrm *> ? 1 <?? naaaaa aid anew. ~ t COKSI CH S DRUG ITOM ? r TrvrsrvYrrrrrrrnrrrr In Walking Distance of Where You Live : : : ? You msy frequently find "wanted ad. opportunity" real? ly worth "looking into.'" A few "want ad. walks" about your neighborhood??or about the city?may be healthful and profitable to you. A few streetcar rides, for the longer trips, will prove to be really wise Investments for your nickels?and half-hours. Once Is a while you may bo "too late," or the thing offered may not quite appeal to you? but the same sort of experience awaits you in all other bus! ncss affair.-. The point is: You are prob? ably taking it for granted that it will not pay you to answer want ads. Instead of doing that, test the rdttter as fairly aa you would test any other business proposition. And?which is Important?do not wait until "sometlmV to BEGIN TIE EXPERIMENT WANTED-. WANTED ? AN EXPERIENCED cook. Apply 123 25th st. WANTED?TO BUY SECOND HAND alternating current, electric nnitpr. T>. 6. 7 or 8 horse power. Addr.c,-* E It MORRIS <fc BRO., Cape Charles. Va. Box !?7. 5-27-12L j WANTED ? PERSONS DES Hl 1 NO pleasant rooms, modeffc Improve? ments. 'Phone No. S66 or call 13(5 Thirty first street ' I WANTED?TO BUT. SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stoves. C. W. LEWIS. 2502 Huntlugton svenue. _FO R WBWT._ FOR RENT?NICEtT^* FURNISHED front room, second floor. J1? 33i? street. 5-20tf. FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED flat. Apply 1st floor. Koch Building 3000 Washington avenue 4 y^il SPECIAL NOTICES. I REMEMBER THE STAR RESTAC rant Is serving best meal in city for 25c. Lunch 15c. Board by we-^. $3.50. A trial will convince what we say. 211 Twenty-seventh'street, near Washington avenue. 5-24-lf. YOU WIlsL SAVE MONEY AND lime in getting Beds. Bureaus. Washstands. Chairs, Poarrh and Willow- Rockers. Feather Pillows at 5t?c; Sheets r.t 28c and other house furnishings at M B. HER? MAN'S. ::4th Street and Hunting ton A*enue. 5-23-tf I ORDER NO. I. IT'S A GOOD ONE. Served i"n?m II a. m to 2:.'to p. m. 15c. DELMONT LUNCH. 5-22-tf. I HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD. BILLS. We can collect them. Guarantee to collect or no charge. GEO. C. BLAND. Room 1. Cotcoann Bldg. TRANSFER COMPANIES. I OLD DOMINION BAfJpAOE TRAN8 fer. offices C. A O. Station. "Phones, Bell. Nos. 4)01 and 135. Citizens No, 12 tt SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. I shall sell by put.lie auction, to ie highest bidder for easb. on SAT |TR|>AY. MAY SWTfl. tr???x. beginning at In oclock A. M . at No. :?n* Wash Ingion Brew we, the fotlowinc goods and rhatl'rs. towil- 3 Pool Tables Ball? Oses and ? Barrets Whiskey, bt Gin. Brandv and lot Case Whis hev. Cash Rerister. I'isara. Tottaceo*. Tsble. fhalrs. lee Chest an | various other articles Sold under execution now in mv hands of Hosier robinttvt AsMirlated llo ? rte.s again*! There dnre An**. Sab- on Ma?rx ?7tb 1?*?. at 1" ? ' - I A M . at Cewri Ifsskse. of fw-s ial rhair. Engine Instruments and Fnmltnre K W MU .STEAD, td Sereesni City of Newport Wer?; $T. VINCENT'S ACADEMY ^ I._I Nigh I * boot), 1 VS. MT. ST JOSEPH COLLEGE. Baltimore Mr! Casino Park Thumdsy. May 28. 1W*^ Aaaaliilia. SSc Rsiterv for M V s*tf r O Hsrn. FOR ?ALK. FOR SALB?OR EXCHANGE. KR KS II , cowd. Also about L'ni.i. pounds Country hadis. breakfast Itacoti and lard. Address Box 153, Phoebus. Va. 5 26 1m. KOR SALE?A NICK 42 ACRE KARM i I In high state of cultivation, near Newport Newa, $2.00(1. Also other desirable fawns. NKLMS & COM? PANY, Inc., Real Kstate, insurance. Loans and Rents, 2517 Washington Avenue. Newport News, Va. 5-16-1 w ICK CREAM KREKZKRS, LAWN i Mowers, Garden Plows. Rubber I Hose, Screens. GOODMAN S IIARD I WARB Jefferson. Ave. Citizens Phone. FOR SAMS?BT CITY COAL AND j Wood Co. line Wood, % Cord. 11.80; Mixed Wood, 'i Cord. $1.85: Oak Wood? ?<? Cord. |1 90; good quality Round Mixed Wood for cook stove, >4 Cord, $1.50. 3 2d St? and Virginia Ave. Hoth 'Phones 430. 5 3 lui. LOTS KOR SALB OR LEASE IN ALL parts of the city. Call and get prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO.. Hotel Warwick Building. UNDERTAKERS. i W. E. ROUSE Office and Showroom 234-236 25th St. i 'Phones 51. Res. 110. J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM I balmer. Office 'Phonea Bell and Citz No. L Realdence. Bell No. 41. 1-30-tL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE United States for the Eastern Dis I trict of Virginia- ' ' CLARENCE H. WILDES, Who sues. etc. THE PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORA? TION OK VIRGINIA, et als.. ? To Whom it May Concern: I Take notice, that pursuant to a de? cretal order entered in tho above en titled caasejm the 30th.. dav of April. 1908, by the Honorable Edmund Wad dill, Jr., Judge, wherein the undersign? ed was directed to ascertain and re? port to the court: First: An account of the assets of the defendant corporation, whether the same be real, personal or mixed including all franchises and privileges held-or con trolled by the said corpora? tion. Second. An account of the approx? imate value of the assets of the said defendant corporation including fran? chises and privileges owned or con? trolled by it. Third, ?in account of all debts, claims and demands of every eharac ter whatsoever due and owing to the I said corporation with the appromoi itunic value of such claims and de? mands Fourth. An account of all liens ?binding upon the assets of the said corporation If any, their dignities and priorities, if any. '? Fifth. An account of debts due and owing by the said corporation of every kind and character whatsoever. Sixth. An account of tne dealings and transactions and rights and lia? bilities of the said defendant corpora? tion witb all persons interested in the design, construction and erection v?f I Its plant: the maintenance and opera | tion of its business and affairs from j the time of the formation of tic s?ld company to the time of the taking of this account. I will at 11 o'clock on Monday. June 1st.. 190*. at my office, rooms 4'?4 and 405 Rank of Hampton Mm Ming. In the City of Hampton, Virginia, pro? ceed to execute the said decretal or? der and take jiaid accounts, at which time and place all persons Interested are notified to be present and make due proof of their respective claims. !f for any reason the said inquiry and report shall not he completed on that day. the same will ly- adjourned from day to day or from time to time at the same place, or at gtich other place as may bo decme-i advisable, until evicted. * . Ma*S. 190f WM. C. L. TAUAKERRO. 5 9 to? 1. Special Master STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING?. The annual meeting of the stock holders "f the Warwick PrieHng Co (lee 1 will he le id at the office of tbj company. 211 Twenty fifth street, Newport News. Va.. on Tuesday, June :?th. 190g; for the transaction ? such business as may properly coca* before said meeting. L E. nTOll, See'y. May 12. IM*. TRUSTEE'S SALE. ?Aa surviving TruMee In a certain d< < tf of trust from lai-v ||. f?a?h ?tri hnsband to II W Flotirnoy and R ?M l>ft, Traar, es. tared the t?Wh day ?of Iv-o-niber. ig??:, and rcc-rd?-d In the Count* roort Clerks Ofw** <* War Wiek Connfy. Virgin** in le- d Rook 16. at pa aw 73 end 74. default having ? Iwcw made therein, the und- t irre d I will at the leweer* of the assignee *f the temwrlary named therein make sale at public aiirOoa to the hisbet tedder, for cash, on the premise A. at |o n>l?wfc a. m . on Satnrdsv. the.jtwk ?dar of Jnce. Ifa* of |/n? 21 and 32. i" Plork 211. na aVLewa** Man of part *r Nawpnrt New* orik-fnallv SI- d 'a War?ie% Onnwtt- fond <Turk's 0?ev nW September 2*th. |S?t and now of r' cord In the f-nrporatlon Court Or*"* Ofare of Newport News, la Plat fv.-k 1. pace 3. with the h?Rd lag- and Improvement* 'ker^oo B M LETT. Surviving 1 - i.t ?