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Ipta Mr Dally il tVashl. g
In hemie and fwarity
limii Street.
Cot. Jones, the Partv Nominee for
" Mayor, Opt Berkeley and Mr. Fel
? lews Present thc Situat on to Vot
i ora?Party Principles and Lccal
laauea Discussed.
As far as public itt?-?-tttiu . arc con
'corned, the municipal ?ainpagu is
?rer, the I! mo. tats liat.ng IIn -I
j their lart nun v* it It a fine open air
rally at the criicr "I Wa: hfngtoti
arcnue and Twcinv nimh .-tnei last
Bight The Republicans. Inn . lud I n ?
, meetings and ? is iiiabr =tn nl tin > ,
Wll| holj iii lie
A crowd of alMiu; ..i"> people gatli
, ?red' on'the vacant property at Wash?
ington avenr and Twenty ninth !
Street to hear the Im-iiiim rat i ?? j
speaker.- last night. The Nor h Knd i
?tt*'company's band gate a street pa
rade, and furnish ,| music for the
occasion. I
Justice It. IS. Kemmes presided ami,
Introduced tile speakers. Who Were
Captain C. C. Itcrk. l v. Mr. C R.
Feflnws and IVI Matyus Jones, the
party nominee for mayor. Col. Join :;
-'engr. presented a- "the man wiio un
cjeestlonnbl> will be th next mayor
|ejf Newport News"
All Of the speeches, were good and
thai of Captain Itorkelet was an e\
'OsfJtionallv Htr-.na argmnen; t <r Col.
^nfk?t. Captain Itcrkeley declared
that there was not a word In I?'
dsnhj against the Republican nominee,
aft. Read.Jiut thai on th other hand.
sjO man could say ant thing against
the Democratic nominee and. laving
?aide nit question of partv and pi i
pledges, there was no reason
a man should vote against Cd.
In favor of Mr. It a I. ,
?Peilows. and. In fact, all three
here, dwelt upon the fait that
tu !MM? of ;he vot.ts of the
number hut a little ovf I.
In the Democratic primary
.ejje>,' therefore. pledged to ;np
ttUt Democratic namtfttev
/Jones rpoke at some leugth.
log Democratic principles and
issues Referring to trie oft
ted Republican nrguinenl 'Kr
IJfeijk.111 il me tor Mr. R ad will have
Ibheence ar Wa-Imigt .n be a I i'i;e
lie did not thick the mayor of New -
,fCaTt News would hue a gr a: deal
5rf htfioence ai Wa- hing'-m even ,f tl ??
Republicans should remain in po t. r
'gtatlenally. ami tint he b.-li-ti I 'hat
after the nox! election linn- would
he no ot;>- in Wi-Irngton fo- ?? !!>
publican to "i. i'l
la concluding. Co! lon.-s d.-clarcl
that it a ill " and Iti'iiici . a' . :il
lOWed themse've ?., U I., a'cn by
?hont three hundred Republican:-:, they
deserved refeat.
cukagos mm* quietly
married or april 29.
Brett the lmmedi.it- Relatives of btr.
? - this? Were Not Notified of the
* . CRv * -i o.-.l Prr-ss )
CHrTAUO II I r e ? T.ie infer
mation brenn |. blic ti dav that
Mayor Fred \ Itie ? ?... married on
April 29 to Mi .1 ?: . phine I. e ofj
this city. The r-n m n rr:\ . p rform
ed by Judee Tin .-lore TTi i alaan
The-? were onlv >i\ ? imv. nres nt
at the tlm?- of tl, ...i-- ., , f.n-.nl
steps wr- taken io> k?.p the storr
esnVt and e>.-n >,.,..?),,(,. r, | ?_
tires "f the ntstor w re m>> inf -rrned
Of his Bsarriag. Mr. i:n~~.- la owe
?T three Mvter> i ,,f ?tHK1) Vore
3aft a con; id. able toruin- hv tbetr
moth r
Waver C-i ..- .t:,d his w fr hav been
trtetnl^ fer li,. 1,1 . . ,, v Tine.
^jas> wetMtnc i. k ,?.,-. jn tav
hers of i sdg Kr.msno. saH
n br.-shfaM ai a n ar y hr-H
B*m?ee r tnned ??. her apt?m
at the Hits ho.. , wash lr~
reswav-d w.wk i* m? <
Gomt to German?.
? ?T?p Ixoae and two ra.MT?n]
next n.<weh ttr Germany]
V- i - ? - ? n ??? . his
m HI h. Htth <?* .^ene time,
erf*! 'ad frr,m \ -? Y-rh eat {
I* ?? owe re in. x-wifc r;
Iwlte ens ?
___K|R'H"^ ? Cratresewd.
HfBsTDJAPN 11 \ v , JbH|
^_ harked f.e a hte klAiws. won!
^sTsrwav bsndi'^p and ease-!
b miiea >rtn. t> he sea]
ahvfa Saiaoe r?. ka,ke4 ?v>wa|
??> ?? ' . fatoetfe at
BsaaV The t*\ <? rnt -*wt a
?nsm ts* ?tart. snag. rae>
??Lt**. as a ar-w trsrk re
a*-!* ?*? hwedhsy?
what tt kk
TT IE are doing reg
ular Bank in?
now and want your
The a< ? ummodatlona we can
jjlve you will equal that of
any other bank, mud we In-po
to get a chare of your
poalta, If not all. We loan
money at 6 per cent, and
i>ay 1 per cent, on time de?
posits. If yon haven't been
In our place, call and >? the
handsomest bank building In
the state.
Powell Trust Co.
2612 Washington Ave.
Miss ('ertrude Ellington has return?
ed fro Washington. 1). C. where she
has Iveu attending achool.
Mr. L. A. Meyerj hag r turned from
a bdslneaa trip to Northern cities.
Mrs. M. Wlllsey, of Albany, N. Y..
w ho has been visiting In r daughter,
Mis. Johu C. Gregory, on Twenty
sixth street, has gone to Brooklyn,
N. Y, wherp she will visit relative-;
before relurntng home.
Miss Hattfte Rot? rs will leave today
for her home In King William county
after spending two months with rela?
tives and friends in this city and Nor
folk. ,
Miss Helen Crawford of Lee Hall,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bdwia Shu
male in this city.
MSss Carrie Jones, ol Black/don*". is
visiting Mrs. (1. II. Saininon.s mi
Twentj-sfxta street.
Mi-s Helen Kaier 1 ft yesterday for
a visit to friends* In West Virginia
Mrs. Paul Davis Will b ate this week
fur Altooua. Nu to join hi r husband
after spending two mouths lure with
Mr. and Mra. J. Wlinter Davis, 111
Tw? nly eighth street.
Mr. W. J. Parks ha. returned to
bis home in Richmond after a visit to
frb-nds here.
Miss Ida V. Has. ell. who gradual, d
at ihe State Normal scbcnl this y.-.-ir.
is ai home to s'tend the summ r with
her mother.
e _
Thousand Octlars is Practically in
Hand, and Benefit Matinee To?
day Wall Complete Fund.
When the receipts for the benefit
pelformance at the Academy i>: Mtss.'c
hail been count d last night. Chair
man Harry Rryt,. r. o! the V. m I! \
subscription canipaaku committee,
tonnd that less than Je? was iietth-d
to complete the <! >irid fund of $1
"ici. Manager Booker ag-e. i to make
today's matinee a h. in fli perform
ane., anj thU prat in all; put an end
i > ihe ntnrnMtce's w. rk It i regard
e,( ss a ccrta?nit that the nn-ipts
fr<-m (be marine.- .mi; ten j it,,, tot.ii
up 'o $l.oww.
T*h result of last night's lwncftt
was nv>'<! than -v: factory, l.-irgc
an llrnrcs attend.-d t?>'h i?-r:orataiir.-s
and more than ?M ifckei.s wer,, dls
paaad ad by the commit .-m.-n in ad?
dition to thoee rotd at the du offer.
The ramnahin b.. - '? n a sttcre?s
frjm the start, and th-- few cnmmtt
ItlSJg W*aW have a -rtintplishcl tfe
work will ha.r .? gni 1ft .ne report
to make wb?? th. V-mng Mcs lb
brew Arwocia???in ne ?? 'gain t'hair
ajasjsi gksynar sail a.-hi tnt-vj not
a ?lith nWMl anp: a h . 1-r a con
trihadton bad r?-i . g w
Mi- Hsnr.th It - - Id .S 'he T.*
fftew' Asnrtltary. i- In ? ha'of the
? -raany^enesjO f-w th< matin- bin
efft today
from Chicaoo
Cler?-ne. I*i.' ? i. ?? r 'nrned
ttewe r* Stents? f. in a :r'tn tr? Chlca
.., and PttSaburc *? fhieago Dr.
JSHSSB s4*S*BsVit th ...nnl rnttvr-nfltwt
Of the amerieav e ? . .| Jtoctetv. and
read a rwnc- r >i*hnra be a'
;-z4*m '*** *eavt is v ?wt?itrin of
Bar Mare etw '.
O H P B'lttr-t??? r?m*te-ti.
yeway York j" Ti.e-sahnet the
4ay O H. P P?'m- nt watered hs)
twwa Has and .|. a?h ?I M how- In
te^mrw sd I I wi'b M. frh-n la
h? ?h s'W?r""e?,?i.? >,.? h tfln *
ssmb' tnkv a fatal i rr St an) wettet?'
sad bws? f"i at tt?? ssntaese ~f each
gassy that 'he petlen? e;i hi . h?t
Mens of r'' ""'
Stores tf legers B*n. lud Ellas
Fortunately Only Small Change Had^
Been Left, and th-- Robbe r? Cot
About Ten Dollars For Their
Trouble?Rear Window Opened.
Thieves entered Meyers Brothers'|
department store and icilas Peyser's
clothing tstablishment sometime Wed
peaday night and rilled tie rush regls
Urs at both plaees. Fortunately only,
.small change had been lefl In the
registers, an.| Mi., amount taken from
each place amounted to about Bve dol?
lars. A ; far its tue proprietors know
hi this time, the robbers look nothing
in addition to th.' cash except a small
toy bunk from the department store.
The toy was placed on tin porch of
the resilience of Mr. .lehn Sheldon
Jones, on Twenty-eighth street, which
j the thieves had t? pass in leavlng"h?
I rear of the st eres.
The police department was notified
I yesterday morning, and detectives
.arc working on the cas.-. As far as
' Is known, however, no elm- to the
identity of I he thieves has been dis?
The stcres were entered hy way of
I back windows, which wer.? prised
j open. A wide alley, running from
I Twenty-soy nth lo Twenty-eighth
(street, in the rear of the buildings
j gave the robbers ample opportunity
lo do their work without Tear of in
I terrupti' ti. Police officers patrolling
I Washington avenui in front of the
I place* of business would not have had
their at tot Ion attracted unless the
operations in the alley hall been un
! duly noisy.
No Evidence Aqainst Them.
I In th* police court yesterday, \V D.
Oritn s and .lehn Ferguson, the yonug
t men from Norfolk who were arrested
i here s 'veral days ago after they hail
j been s en gelling now parket knives,
I wero ill. charged. The knives sold
. by the ynnng men bore the murk of
'a Richmond hardware comnuny, but
the i.olie- could lenrn nothing con
ccrnlng a robb- ry In Richmond.
$30.000 a Pound.
Snake venom has proved no useful
In medical science that the coll ctlng
of it is fast dew loping into a recog?
nised but dunen.
ISolil I v weight. It fetches a higher
price than ?ny of the precious in l
als. the market price working out at
about .C6.0*W per pound?trov. And
wh?n orT considers how dangerous
I and difficult it is to oKain the venom
these prices ar easily linderst ood.
I The snakes must he cantered alive.
, To do sn. many hunters catch the n i>
I B)l> s with their hand t. holding their
I slippery prey firmly till th nelson is
j deposited in a bag or box.
I Sometimes the entire poison sac Is
.cut out. The op rat or lavs open the
j snake's head. and. hav'ng detach I
j the sae. seals it up until required,
j Other operators irri'ato the reptile.
i causing it to bile through India rub
, I- r Utnds. an,| deposit ihc poison on
n glass plate below. A venomous
-nake has two poison fangs in 'he up?
per jaw. and when goaded t pierces
the india rubl-or. and pours its two
'reams of poison tt|M?n the class
Pint .
The poison is aft rward scraped to
"ether and placed in hermetically
j s< al< d phials.
I The operator's work, aa mav bo im
I .mined, is often more dang meo than
I that of the coll ctor.
I A full Krown snake seldom ejects
I nmre thau ore craln- !rt>y weight ?
[vf poison at S b'te: so while the
market pric is high, ii takes sonn
earning.? \n??t rs.
Kille<j Bv Order.
"Mnnwrs mak 'h man." sard an
o',| philosoph-r. but sorm-'lmos man
I nor*. In th?- form of etiquette, ha?
done the oppnsit and kilbd n an
\ fornr r Qie-.-n of Soim w:>s a \ e
tim to the strict mla that :i?-r p rson
was saor?-d. While ?^nSarkins en le-r
-'ate l?ar.-e she had the misfr.rtutr ?<?
laM iato the water
Her royal hn*rnud was not if, p
so no one rould r-?rr her. For a
court onV-ial. how >.r '-nh ho- -t.i
1 tion. to lay i^nnda <<* b-r w* old* have
III en sacrilege. So the poor /..t: .in
i was Keft to drown. The onlokers f It
Ihjev wore dieng ewryshins tor th
', Ire t. Court elwjiwt-e ?a- !e iSg s--:<t
j Iv lD? r?- d And. In due rOt:r*\ the
<j.te n s d< nits.- ?a> .1: ?;? v .in-irnot.
The present Kims of Spam fl .nr. 1
i ha n stnsSnr affair Warn a -mail
h?r. be was tU-irg in 'he idle.
Madrid wh a be *l pp? d snd f 11 head
IgfSJJ down a roarbte uain aw |tu- : *r
\'\ intervea.-ton of a fwman he
mast hV-veaMv hate |w- n killed
Inetead of thut. tar footman ?uff r
lew. He had ls!d !lt? hand on hi.'
' monarch, so kr was dlsmt in di
, erne*-!
i Th* Qae a dowager prov d d hw
; him b? hading htm other ? Hi '??? .'? n
but aho could a?-i svert IV
ment tnfftrte.i en him f-w savins her
sun's Bf .- Answer?
Te Take Out Ink toot.
The Juice of |i mua 'will tsfc* out s
fresh ink spot MsTieftr arid will re?
move the stain from th* hardwood
Soor ffftft the ftistnis na the ?o.<
drip water on until antsrstsil keep
wet aad after a while take up ?i>k a
?u?..n I
Ror. ami . irl-. -' < SUftda [and
pre., and tag awl what (t to. j
No Ooubt That Sweat Sound* Have
Good Effect on Nerves.
Itj the Berlin charity hospital, ofl
every Sunday, In the afternoon, con?
certs, are given for the benefit of the
patients. The good effects of the
music ere said to be extraordinary.
The British Medical Journal recalls
that * St. Cecilia guild wus founded
In Loudon some 15 years ago on the
Initiative of the late Kev. Frederick
Kill Herford, then a minor canon of
Westminster. The movement was
supported by some prominent persons,
among whom was Sir Andrew Clark,
and its efforts in a few hospitals und
workhouse Infirmaries were watched
with a certain amount of languid in?
terest hy a few members of the med?
ical profession. Hut the enterprise
came to nothing. Our medical eon
temporary thinks If a pity that the
St. Cecilia guild was allowed to die,
and says it might 1?' worth -vhllo ap?
plying the experimental method to the
determination of the effects of music
on the circulation an'1 on the nervous
system, and thus Indirectly on other
functions of the body. In a more seri?
ous and systematic way than has yet
been done.
Wrong Belief as to Safety during a '
- ?
I A widespread belief is that durin-r 1
a thunderstorm safety may be found |
under a beech tree, and that the dan?
ger from lightning is 1". times as!
great under a resinous tree and 50 J
times as great under an oak. Dr. A. ]
W. Borthwiek, the liritish naturallst, i
finds this view to be entirely without i
foundation. The beech is not avoided
by lightning, which selects one species ;
as readily as another, hut the taller
trees In the neighborhood appear to
be the ones liable to be struck. The'
effects of lightning also are common-1
ly misunderstood. The cells of a tree
are not ruptured or torn by the for
matlon of steam, as so often stated,
but they collapse, or shrink up, with- i
out tearing. The roots seem to e>
cape damage.
Dene-Holes in England.
A large group of the singular exca?
vations known as dene-boles was re?
cently discovered in the forest be?
tween Woolwich and Krith. Their piv
sitlons were Indicated by cup-like de?
pressions in the ground. Two of the
holes have been explored. Each pos
I sesses a circular shaft about three I
feet In diameter, with holes in the
I sides, apparently Intended for the sup?
port of ladders. The holes run down
about 50 feet through earth, then pass
through four or five feet of rbaik. and
expand Into cabins IS feet In height.
Fach cavern' has six chambers,
grouped radially round the bottom of
the central shaft. This Is the ordinary
arrangement found In dene-holes,
which have lieen thought by archeolo
gists to be secret receptacles for the
storage of Krain used about the time
of the Kornau occupation of liritain,
or earlier.
I Few Hotel Keys Returned.
"Well, there's the first one In a
long while." said the hotel clerk, as
the postman slapped down the mail
I on the desk.
I "The first what?" asked the guest.
"The first key we've got back in a
long time." replied the man behind the
counter, as he picked up the key, i
with a stamp affixed to the big tag on !
It. "Tou know they take them away
OB the time and we have tags made
with a direction printed thereon to j
' stick on a stamp and they'll cornel
back to BS. Imr I guess that the per*
j cenfaec of returns is small.
"Almost no one takes away a key
with the Intention of stealing it. but1
I some folks keep them as souvenira
' when once they get them home." j
What * in a Name?
That the sea has no favorites, ne!-!
' ther regard for vessels whose names
: might he supo?.-d to entitle them to
' special consideration, ts shown hy tho J
fact that during the last year the fo|- '
lowlne nam?-d vessels were tnet: The
firrbaagi II. Guardian Angel. Galilee,
and I-co XII The ft. P. Chase was
wrecked on a reef Is Maine called t
Jordan's Itelicht. the Ohio was lost In
Port Safety, the Dart streck on
Holy Island, and two vessel* of the
name of t;iad Tidings were wrecked.
The fnihrwtng ships were burned at
sea: Thorn Hill. Silver Shtp. Mf!o<:.
Thistle. Sophia Fortanatus and Tai.'e
Mam?Marine Journal.
Not Alt Hawks Chicken Thieves. ,
The hawk:, have as had a rvpn'atioa
as the crows, and all hawks are called J
"hen hawks" to those who sre lg-|
norant of wha' they do live on. but
the majority <>f the hawks do not live
on poultry, l.v aay meaos A great
?may of th ? tire on insects, and
mice form a large Item ta tbeir bill of
The sperr..? hawk ts the oae that is
to hi* rue lor the bard aesse given to
his brethren, dad tt ts he who kilts
the rhtekens and bwna Wben hard;
pr. :.*.-d for f>?d other bawks rarely.
r.a> . >*r? jvjt a ben cr rhirk/a,
but tbM Is lb* extrente rather tfcaa
the average rase
Pige ane C'sarette
\ r.^.r-rie )? etpreial** A.-rise-l for
tllt'nr nbvtttete iste the month hnt an
prten the notsoa an tnatdloeslr that it
Is tmfett The pwnbTl.rttewt wonii Aptly I
?t the CTlww ft every brrv found cts>1
art- tar sotoklng were comet Bed ta
smoke ? new easy pepr Sited with
B'roeg tub art a. Swcn bonxnTs.-ktc
Largest and Most Attractive Issue of
the Cl-vcr Little School
The commenccm nt number of the
High Schocl Student, the popular 1 it
lie monthly publlslied by the Newport
News Hi?li School Utterary Society,
litis just boon issuod. This is tie
larg-st and m ist attractive numlK-r
of the Student that has yet Leen pub?
lished, containing about ?!? itages of
reading mutter.
The Student has ;i very unique and
pnlty cover design drawn by Kin st
Shaffer, of the High school class of
19010. Among the contents of the
issue are: "A Dream of the Storm."
a poem by Miss Agues Walker, of the
class of 'oh; "Th ? Wonderful City."
a jioetn by Percy Hamilton, of the
class cf 'nx; "A Fortunate Accident,"
a fiction story by Miss Sallie Vann,
of the class of 'us; "Tb.- Scientist."
a story by H. P. ('.. of iIm- class of
'08: "Arthur's Transformation.'' a
I story by I. ('. M. of the < lass of '?!<:
"Kffecta Require Causes." an essay
by Miss Anni Cooke. of the class of
;'iw: "The Onward March of the i.and
I of the Stars and Bars." an essay by
1 Lucieu Hall of th.> class of '??;
"Cradiis flradu " an essay by Miss
Haze! Weaver; of the class of "OS;
''Lift In the Canal ?5one." an essay by
S. C. ('.. of tie (lass of '<is: "The
M ade." an essay by Miss Kvelyn J.
Harrison. ?>f the class i f 'in.
Besides these poems, essays und
stories, the numb, r contains an
alumni departmeat, athletic depart
I nteat, exchange depart meat ami ssnay
! Interesting school notes.
Over 23t?.otMj fc-r pi. work at nighi.
Coney Island i-> s. metimen visited
by MV.aag people a day.
There are 133 depart meat ston s.
employing over IOmmi pe. pl".
The pepula.ion is now 4.son ihK).
London's population is :????? nun m.iro
but New York is giowiuc sru-? tunes
;u. fast as the Dritis.li mctropcMs, *nd
should le come the large ^ city in (be
world hackte of ten years. Tht. po no?
tation inrr?as.-? at the ratio of five
to oti". compan-d t*ith .tier-.i. ,? of
the rc!.| of the country.
There arc U- tbeutrta and 'wo
grand opvra hoese*. seating njhnul
HO.nwO people.
Abotrt 4.",.<Kirt marriage^ ar< solemn
lz?-d every year, fine in eyrj ,-|. ?.-n
in t*V. N"'-w Y"rk h.Tl ool\ tw nt>
eiyht millionaire*-', now r has ov-r
(t\< r 17: - on <?on ga'lot -f ? .'? r
are ?? d every day in ? the greater
A child i-* horn sei rj foyr mlr.atri.
and a death oetnr. cvry :.e..-n mm
Th. ettv cowlaine * ??** lawrer? S.
wan set era sCtrasars ?.nun ar
?lets. l?.eaa u?u**e?ae- IV"*? steasw
rapber? (i;.r?wti ok-inm ard ??*?*.
wmee l.jnw farmer.. I.sao nwd-riak
and feasati* bucket!
No 1 Wilt affusd 1? cwu?i<br*d 'be,
Mcheat prie. .1 property Ml th- Iniled;
Bisten Ren-rat warn ago H fnwj
f/7an a ??renre f> ??? ?nd i- a.'w ?#-H Nyj
rke clly at a little nrir It per sowar ?
TV- trae?lee| boi.l popitsliow i?
Sswred st Sseaa r*??w?e s Ha TV
gewet ntopsrt'e?. are vahr-ss at owe'
gnn so.? neu ? "tSarr - a MeuaT'Se." e
I B*?t? sad girbi sew
Pres* er-1 fln.| rat what i? I?
Capital Dry Goods House
Fresh lots piled ou the Bargain Tables and mark?
ed still lower for today's a?e.
Fast Black. Close Ribbed, all
30c Lace Trimmed Corset ! sizes#
Ccvcrs, 19c.
29c Drawers, with Hemstit:h 1 LADIES' RIBBED VESTS
ed Ruffles, 19c.
59c Nrtit Gowns with Em?
broidered Yokes. 39c.
Lace Trimmed Skirts worth
75c. fcr -19c.
Chemise w th Hemstitched
Ruffles. 25c.
12' jc ones for .10c
10c ones for . 8c
New White Embroidered Belt
inc. 25c for Belt Length.
Plain Cambric Corset Covers,
Surprising Values
On Second Floor
$5.00 Wash Coat Suits for. $2.98
$5.98 Lingerie Oresses for . $3.98
$10.00 Silk Jumper Suits for.$7.98
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