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nqgyME bay Judge BoblnsoQ Begms Srpf. Term Of M tart by felplsliig Uotoppg Warned Couples MOT USES SEf FOR TRiAL . - I Hearing of the Ejectment Case of F, e\ E. Corporation Against J. F. Copeland Will Occur Today?Karl Krause to be Tried for Selling Wines on Thursday. Although it was the opining day of ttit- September term of the court, and Ute Ion? docket consumed con? siderable time in calling and arrang? ing the ras s 10 be heard, Judge Rob? inson in the Circuit Court tit Elizabeth City-entity yesterday bunded down Ihre decrees graifting divorces to thai number of Collides, attended to several other matters and had time to go fishing in the afternoon-. The unhappy knots untied by th ? Judicial acts of the judge are given below: <, Josephine Horton from John W. Burton. Bvnlyn Gatewood from Cyrus Ga! - wood. Sallie Buckner from Hunter liuck ner. Carrie Wall from I). 'Aylmer Veall. Mottle Wtst from Addison West. Small Fine for Hopkins. Leo Hot.kins, who was found KUil ty of petty larceny a lid-sentenced to t:p nd thirty days in the county jaii by Magistrate William T. Westwooo, on the charge of stealing five hens, was Hied on appeal and the jury re turned, a verdict Imposing a Hue ot J-V I Judgment was given in favor or Louis Altaver against K. iM. S. Brown for I12S.50. The liquor licenses of W. E. Dobson w- re transferred to Samuel S. Law son and of W. T. Patrick to J. S. I Nottingham. i Want Two Voting Precincts. ' A petition asking the court to es? tablish a voting pn c'net in Itiver vicw and another at the cross roads in Wythe district, which contained lh" signatures of more than' twenty qualified registered voter.-i in th-- dis? trict, was preheated to the court. The p titiou was ordered filed and Judge Robinson announced that h-' will pas:, upon it at a later date in the tern. It Is believed the court will gran' the petitioners' request. , Judge . Robinson set the following cases for trial during this term o: th-- court: Tuesday, September 22?F. & E. Corporation VS. Joseph F. Copeland, action in ejectment; J. W. Beuthatri vs. W. P. Stimmei. action for judg? ment; John H. Kinibcrly vs. John Harry, action in ejectment. Wednesday, Septemh r 23?Com monwPalth vs. Rudolph Watkins, mis d- iiR-anor: Commonwealth vs. Dernp scy Baker, misdemeanor: Common? wealth vs. Tom Toliver and Virginia Thompr-on. misdemeanor. Thursday. September 24?Comrjjon w alth vs. B. Poss, misdemeanor: Commonwealth vs. Moshac Elam. misdemeanor: commonwealth vs. W E. llcr-son, misdem-anor; Common? wealth vs. August Krause, alias Can Krause, on three separate chargi-s. m'"demeanors. Saturday. September 2fi?W. S. Dependable Clothes Shoes, Hats The very choicest a-'W?ft menls Ot Cl??. hing. Hats. Shoes and Furn: bines are here at extremely reasonable price*. We Make Clothes That Fit If you wish y-nr suit msd" to orde let nr make It- you'll be more than arr<-eably sirrprlr-ed how nieelv fcliis we can make th'm in tact w ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE* PERFECT FITTING GARMENTS FRANKEL & EISENHAN COMPLETE OUTFITTERS HAMPTON. VA. P. Shield* vs ? i :?>.ii ,j of 3ui>< 'rvlsow of KSiiabeth CUy conti', action in trespass on tbe case. 1 Monday, September 2X?a. H. Tempi? COtnUllOy \s. \. N. & O. P R. R. ' A- K. Company, action for Judgment. Tuesday, September JO ?Daniel f Cock vs. Armstrong Land imJ Im provemeiK Company, action in chan? cery; John Hope vs. X. N a (J. 1* R. It. & K. Cotnptiny; Ann! ? S. H \\'< Ish vs. M. K. Hawkma, action in chancery. There ate other cases to be s.-i on ibe two open days left by Ihe court. CAPT. DiEHL STRICKEN *$WITH ATfACK OF PARLYS/S Illness of the Commanding Officer Prevented the Battleship Idaho from Leaving Old Point. Owing to the blners of Capt \V. S. B. Dl hi. commander of Ihe battle? ship Idaho, that vessel did tu t leave Hampton Road-s yesterday on its trip to l? ? st the net minor. Capt. I?fehl w;ts stricken with an' attack of paralysis Saturday and It is not known win i. be will he able to resume ihe active command of ibe Idaho. While the illness of Capt. Diehl is now thought to be slight, it is recognized that a second stroke may fellow the flrsl :it any moment. When stricken Capt. Diebl was ren? dered speechless, the disease cover? ing ih left sii|e_ hut yesterday be had improved sufficiently to walk with' assistance and converse,) with hi.; friends. Mrs. Biehl was hurried? ly summoned from her home in Phil? adelphia and arrived at Old Point Sunday. During yesterday afternoon Capt. Diebl, accompanied by his wife' and several officers frcm the Idaho, came ashore and the captain took a room in Hoto] Chamberlin. It was said that he will rest n day or so at Oi'. Point and will then probably go to I'nlladelphia to recuperate his health. Tin- Idaho is the Brst of the gov? ernment I'lttleship.; t:l l-.e fitted OUt with the net armor and the result of this lest is being watched With the keenest interest by the navy authori? ties. TREASURIR HUME TO PAY OUT $100.000 TODAY September Pension at the National Sold.ers' Home Will be Turned Loose Among the Inmates. ! a little mere than $100,000 will be paid out in cash to the inmates of ihe National Solili.-rs' Home this at ternoon, when Major JJobn T. Hume ami his force in the treasurer's office will hand over to the veterans the lien* ion money for the quarter end? ing September first. Heretofore the pensions have been paid during she morning hours, but it was announced by Treasurer H':me that ibe money will be paid today beginning at 1 o'clock this at t ernenn. The pension list at the Home here reaches about $115,000, but aliotit $15,000 will be mailed out in cheeks to the veterans who are now on leave or make their home on the our side of the? reservation in this com? munity. Tb" ca-h to pay the pensions wa lect'ived by Major Hume on Sunday and is now safely locked in the burg? lar-fire proof iron vault. The money is countiil out and placed in enve? lopes, so that the men encounter lit? tle trouble in getting the cash. WILBUR WRIGHT TAKES RECORD FROM BROTHER American Aeroplanist in France Makes Superb Flight 'and Beats H s Brother s B?*t Work. (By Associated Preas). LB MANS. FRANCE. Sept. 21.?In the prescacc of ihe ofTirials of Ibe Fren. h A;ro <':uh of Sarah--. Ihe Am riran amtiis-ador. Henry Whir-. (Jeneraj Unzaine-Hayter. c mman.t?r of the Fourth army corps, a large number of Fr- nch and foreign ofl. cers and a en plane "xperts. and a wildly cheering crowd. numoering Iomki, Wilbur Wright. the Amcriia-. aerowAat, this nfliinaoa captured tie worhTs record f;-"rn bis brother. Or yille Wnshtt with a flight in hi: powerful mach'ne of ore hour. .11 niin ?it- s and 51 seconds, covenng in th.T time an art aal distance of M fciio m*tre.v or neariy *1 mil-s. . Owing to th re . nt ae-id.-nt at Fort Myer. today's irial for the Mich !in cup. for Ibe create.; distance eov ered by an BXTOUdaSM) in :*'S. and the aero club pr.7e of f l.'-oo I -r th-- lime < M. flight over an encio.^d groan.: at t rar teil intens- Interest. The wrnd wa? too hkh in th.- morn Ing to p-rmlt of a fltshc and when II fe>Tl at four o'clork" this aft'rnooo Wright made three faKe starts. FinalU at I:IS the s shunt got awa> slciy. sailing naj-stsrally up th* SHd. Mi Wright sai.1 thai he was c?p ciaily ?lad to have f-siaMt*bed a wo ?orM's record f?;r o-iflb- , ?-ih' !!? d' nl^d Ibe /?r?rt that he dnrs not t:i*'m1 hi-reaft'r to raary s pausen g. r Take your presrrlpious to Hb'jI r?sa Rate Pr?? fttnes 7^-11 I J*MES J RI'RXS. OF 2.:: MAI. imt .tee f. PTmehns will not hr rr siMTU'lbi ' ? Mry I '? w <???-?? m< w'fe Bl.l-A ni'RXS. may eootrae after ?bbj date, J. J BURNS 1 ? mi rri? cit* ? trrnrvtvpr : Matters Personal \ ? 111 ULsJLAJLAJ ULs, lit 1AJ IfJJU' Mr*. \V. II 1.1111?, of New York. It the guest o: Mrs. Hugh M Woods, a: Old Point. Mr. and Mrs. Char lea Kceno have I i-' tnri!? d t<> New York, after a vlall] to Mrs. Rllzab th Cooke, In Coluut [biu avnu<'. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I<anc, who have! been visiting Mr. and iMrs. J. V.[ Itiekfoid. ai lluekroe Iteach, have left] for their dime in East Orange, X .1 Mrs. William ll. Shackclford, in LoSalle avenue, has gone to Rich? mond, whi re sh - will spend a mouth with relatives, Mrs. Kay Curtis has returned iron a visit to her form- r home In Ulon ceeter county. She was accompanied home by Misses Katie Sinclair. Mrs I.iiile and Mi s Lucy Hi tie, who will sp< mi sometime hi Hampton. for a visit of several weeks wiih h r parents. Dr. :uid Mrs. William 8. Love, In Winchester. Miss Janie Gadol has returned to her home in Phoebus, after spending two weeks in Washington. Miss iMaJorie Russell, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. <i<??rge W. Rawe. in Metros*- avenue, left last evening for her home in Jessup, Md. Mrs. Louis Marshall has returned t<i the e?y. afier an extended visit in Kentucky. Miss Mary Anderson, of Farmvllle, is visiting .Mrs. George W. Wray, lu 1_'S l.ocu.t street. Mrs. Sidney Dobbins has left for a visit of two months with relatives in Frost burg. Md. GOOD PROGRESSMAOE IH EBERHARDT MURDER TRIAL (By Associated Press.) HACKF.XSACK, X. J, Sept. 21 ? Augustus Eberhard!, under Indict? ment for the murder of Mrs. Ostlllie Eberhardt, his cousin, whom I : is a' leged to have lured to this jountry from Australia with intent to kill and rob them, was put on trial b re t>> day. and before the < lose of the day'-' proceedings, the taking of testimony was well under way. The prosecution, after opening it" case, called Miss OtiBie Ebcrhardt, its chi f witness. Miss Eberhardt testified that sh-* came to this country with her mother on the representations of h'r cousin, the prisoner. He met them at the pier, she said, and two days lat t. called at their hotel in New York to take them for a walk. He propos? i to cross over to New Jersey and they were walking along the tracit of the Busqnehnnnnh Railroad, n- ar RoeheBe Park in the gathering dark? ness, when she heard a shot. j Thought Lightning Struck Her. | She was in the lead, her mother I was followlirg. and her cousin was the rear. She said h r moth r Icried out: "Come and help me,' lightning has struck me." | There was a second shot, and she felt sjiniething hit her on the shoul? der. She whs running away, she said ' at Bb 'lbs I ill's wtgg stion. when sh ??' heard five or six more shuts. He hat was struck, and it was put m evidence, showing a hole that appar ntlr was made by a bullet. The witness, said that she d*d not stop to ascertain from whence the shots came. but ran on until sie" reached a farm honse, where she wai taken in for the night. Two witn?-sse<t were < aib-d to es? tablish the fact and the meager oi I Mrs. Eb-rhardt's death, and the fin?t of h< r body and Ike case was (complete. Underwriters Want Aeon Saved. WASHINGTON. I). C. Sept. 21 ? The captain of the American trans? port Solace, which is to go from Sa man to Christmas island to r srie he shipwrecked cn-w anj pasw-nger : of the prilish ship Aeon, has hen ' instruct-d by Secretary 'Melcalf tc jwike an inoniry regarding the possi Wllty of salvaging the tcsscI. Th!< jrowrx ig taken at th*- renne;t of tb< Insurance underwriters fn Enzian i through theii asent a: Baltimore. Family Troubles Cause Killing. (R*- Asrocteted Press > MONROE LA- Sept 21?A. I.. Belby was shot and kilb-d hy ht brother in law T. O Wilder, bj a to e:,l dry goods store h?re tmlav Th iraredy. M is said, was th ? n-snlt of ?family trnnlde? which have <vijihi for some thwe W ider was arrest- I - WANTED. _?_._n_ j. . tmmmm?w??w?? ? , W \ VTEI? 2? RHOTOC 181 .ASO KFJt j Poll-tn. hy O l>. Y??I'..C.. Hampton I Normal an ? Agri< i:!tura| InMlltw IF TOT' WANT A OPART. UM* gallon or sny nunntit? of rood By* ?em or riant*, cili f-hooo l.tg oi ?end to HUDOINS' not'K. Hncpton t ?It, THE ELECTRIC SAW AND PLANING MILL * i Rough and Dressed Lumber, Building Material of all Kinds, fencing maternl cedar, ,.th. chestnut sod heart pine poets and picketa. 4c Off ce and yard, foot of Shield street, near N. N. & O. P. Elcctr.c Co', pov.rr house. 'Phone 165. ALBERT M. TENNIS, Proprietor, Hampton, Va. FOR RENT! Modem Convenience*. SO Victoria A\. .|??.IHI Center St.t.t.wi Fulton Si.?."-'.;>"? Hampton Una.Is .... -''?.??0 (fu<x'n St., Hal . IX.mi North Kin? St.. .. icon Rim St.. . Il.tw Arinist? ad Avc. .... f.tHI .in 7 Ehi 7 all 127 KUzaht'th St., L'ls .lack-on St.. L'.'u lai k<"n SI . Hope SI. I3.5U ILM Chapel SI. IU.0U 225 Holl St. . 11 on 43H Holt SI. 7.00 Phoebus Properly for Safe I'.ight room house, large grounds, terms to : nil ut $l,t#0.00, Seven room house and lot, for 11,575.00, terms easy. M. H. MORGAN $ CO Insurance, Bonds, Loans. 9 11 North King: Street, Hampton, Va. Fire Insurance and Real Estate H S. THOMPSON 22 E. QUEEN STREET, 'PHONE 412. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. T. L. SCLATER, . . Manager ? t_i_li 1, - DOBSOR'S SALOON Dato New Man? agement. Having purchased the busi? ness formerly conducted by W. K Dobson. st 6 South King street, 1 take pleasure In an nounctng to my friends and tn? public generally, that I shall continue the business. It will be my desire and aim to serve Ihe trade wtth tbe bc?t whiskies, b"*rs, wines and bot? tled good". My lunch counter will always fie supplied with the best the market affords, and the prices will h consistent wllb the clsss of goods I ?i!| aerve S. S. LAWSON Successor n W. f IioOSt'N FLORIST Floral ivtdgui^nd Cut F'ow era. Orders filled on shorl notice at reasonable prices Satisfaction guaranteed. The New York Flower Store. Mrs. C. M. Terry 135 Mellen St, wwoebwa. Vs. served or Wared Wines and Liquors f bdtong to the lost tribe that strayed away from Dublin before Mosetj raited on the Red flea. I'm a price cutter. I'm a mom-y-maker; i m the one that sells all straight Whis? kies retail at wholesale prices. The following high grade 10c Wblskiea i sell for 5c a drink: Pan! Jones Pure R*ye. Sherwood Rye Whiskey, Carroll Sprit gs, pure Maryland Inye Wb.s*#y. Parkwood Rye Whiskey. All of the above named Wbiskien are Strirtly high grade; w .ich my prices If you dare, beat m? if yon can. Whiskies in bulk at following prices: * Old Nick Pure Rye, V* pt.. 25c gallon .$4.00 Lieonard's Favorite, ft pt., 30c gallon.$1-00 Hunter's ttaltiwnre Rye % pt., r.r.c. gallon .94.Ou Maryland Club, ft pt. 25c. gal? lon.$4.00 Paul Jonen Pure Rye, % pt., 2()e gallon .$2 7b LStar A. Rye, gallon .|2.?W Moss Row. gallon .$2.ntl l,ir. wool r*?(re Rye. ration _$2.00 Jefferson Pure Rye. gallo? _$: 7b Kentucky P..>urbon. gallon .$1 in Double Stamp Cin. galkm _J J'"' Tbe following brands of ftilifornla i Wines port. Sherry. tatawha. (Tit ret. Rli^kberry, at 25c per qt; per callon, 75. Pride of Nonh Carolina. 4 yearn old. gallon .$Z<?0 Knmmeill. per gallon .$2.ihi Caarotl Springs, gallon .I!W XXXX Raker Rye. gallon .$:.><? N. LEONARDS *ffc* ?nj 'awdaht *ttm 1? A NO 1? M CLACK ST. Phoebua, Va. ??wano 2*>.< Traylor's "Mother Bread" Labels Are Caned in bf Oct. 1st. 1908 > We arc sorry to announce that w? sr.- saaaei to secure nnoth-r M ?* ,t*>e Japanese Art Ware we are rra**, -. ?.-,-su it for Ib.- M"th?r Rread" |ah-W, FOR Sil'' I'MiKKN ?aWl?v:V'K ? umiM , ?, tn, lr :rm*\ i Ii llftna, laih and .Iceirs Ugbiv tddreaa 444 Newport New* labels to bring in wh.it thry have aweanw. Ilampbaa, 5 rn :t :?nd ?.^re a premMm wlill?? th'-y last. 01 SThTW ?:ROtm$MI~M ACKKS **a??" ,r> rvchange labe's win 1? up WarwK k River. A hsnram lue, XX? 3prr Ortoher 1 im IUw;<"i. Va. a:?n. i FOR SALE. Try Hies Uttlo biver Pin? S( ?afj's Cut Rat* Drag Star*. The Hampton Bakery n. d. TRAVT.OA. Prop. ?H*j Osawn and P POINT Close at 6 P. M, Except Saturday. ??? , i. , i m - . ? ? f * ? A New Assortment of Axmlnster Rugs Priced Particularly Low. V\V nr.. now showing n Im-nilifiil assortment of A>niiolSter RUM In new patterns. Considering the extreme low prices they are by f i: ttii? Im- ! Hug \aiues wove <>\.t off> 11 il. Prices according to ?li^, from tl.00 up. Rowe's Dept. Store * ' ' Hampton, V?. * ?* RANSONE BROTHERS No School Boy or Girl IS PERFECTLY PREPARE^ FOR THEIR STUDIES UNLESS THCY HAVE A Pair of Shoes From ? ^ RANSONE BROTHERS 8 and 10 West Qfewn Street M We can fit any foot, whether big or little. BARNES* HOTEL CAFE AND BAIT NOW UNDER CONTROL OF - W.E. DOB80N -x-^ I deem it a ph-aaur.- Ijo huhonnee to *>? "'friends am! the public thai ?I have purchased the business of Mr. Charles Kogelcbjon and continue to conduct the hole), rurcOiiid bar under the same high atandard maintained bv my predecessor. MY LUNCH COUNTER Is th<- equal of any In the city ayul the ry* tau ram over the bar will b. open for the convenience of the public on Sundays as well as we--l< day*.. ROOMS FOR RENT BY O AY, WEEK OR MONTH. TERMS REASONABLE. * I fi in 333 112 MODERN ( enter St., 10 rooms 12X00 Marshall St.. ,11 i ms a*Vtf Victoria Ave.. io rms ;:im?o Kim St , 6 rooms .. tyJM Kim St., fi rooms_10.au Elm St.. fi rooms _ 11.0? Wine St.. 7 rooms ... 11 Oil Roily St, I rooms .. 6 >? Academy St. 7 rms $l(MMJ For Rent -.*?... *?*,.. to Arm IM < ad Ave 7 rmc 225 Holt St.. G rooms 42X Holt St., S rooms .. ?!?'??? Hott St., fi rooma .. HudglmCSt., 4 rooms Ivy St., 4 rooms .. ?i.-.s Holt St.. 5 rooma .. Knleigh Ave.. 7 rms Riverview, Richmond Avenue, fi rooms. $8 00. STORES FOR RENT I 10 152 X. King St., . 18.00 E. Queen St. ?Ott 2.1 Armistead Ave 212 Arm i st cad Ave., $ S.90 lO.tM FOR SALE ONE ACRE OF LAND AND COTTAGE AT LORD LEY'S CROSS >. $550.00. Geo. W. P R**! Eaterta, Rent*, Flru 8 Sow* 1 King Street HENRY L. SCHMLLX, The Bank of I? THE OLDEST AND LARfMTST IN EITHER NEWPORT NEWS. Capital, - Surplus, - DEPOSITS OVER ONE MILLION The only It ilgnstnd denosatory fa the em Virginia. Wa make loans on Enal ROtasn WOT ?as are the National Banks. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINS* NELSON 5. OROOME, Cashier Order COAL From W. T. PATRICK HAY, GRAIN, MILL FEED, WOOO aad COAL j IWJ West Oueen Street. Nothing btrt 'he fr*?heat stock, few heat nereewed . r. , ?I Will hO dei TTWJ WOT 'nS'nUVTe.