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WITH "ALL AMERICANS'
Joe Curtis Goes te Far fast With Fast Ml Plajirs. WILL PL? ILL THRBUoH lilTER Hawaii, Philippines, Japan and China to be Vsited by the Team, Which Is Made Up Largely of "Big" League Men. Joe Curl is. the local l><>y whose ca? reer on I he diamond bus been watch? ed with much interest by Newport News "fans" has been selected as a member uf the ??All-American" base hall team that is to make a tour of the Kast. The team, which is made up largely of "bis'' league players' will go from San Francisco to Hawaii. JWd front there to tbe Philippines and on to Japan and China, playing ball throughout Ihe winter and return? ing In lime for the opening of the season in this country. Curtis plays third base with the "All Americans." He has been play? ing that position with the San Fran? cisco team of the Pacific coast league and will be with that club again next season. In addition to being a sure hitter, Curtis is a wonderfully fast Inflelder, and Iiis friends believe that his trip this winter will result n. his landing in one of the "big" leagues in the very near future. SHIPPING REPORT Wednesday, Noven-ber 4. 1903. Arrived. Steamer Red Jacket (Bi.). Oron nah. Mobile- to Chesapeake and Ohio Coal Agency Company for buuker coal. Schooner Jennie F. Potter. Neilson, Portland?to Shipyard for repairs. Cleared. Steamer R- d Jacket <Br). Grun nafa?Randers and Nejboig, Denmark. Steamer Capri vi (Nor.), Holtung? Esbjerg, Aarhnus and Trettsborg. Steamer Soestdyk tDtch.i. Baron? Rotterdam aud Amsterdam via Nor? folk. Sailed. Steamers Rod Jacket (Br.). Crtin-; nah. Denmark; Bay Port. Jensen, New B'dford. Schooners John .v Hookermaii.' Readall. Kall River: Maggie S. Han.' Cheney, Savannah. Barges Bars via. Providence, l?de-, p.-ndent, Portland. | Calendar for Today. Suu rises . ?::::< a. m. .-'tin sets . 5:ii4 p. ni. Hifth water ...7:0U a. in., 7:.'!2 p. m. Low water ....-. 1:29 p. m ' -j MARINE NOTES. | The British steamer R d Jacket. Captain Grunnab, cleared yesterday; for Randers and Denmark. She has r,:. board a cargo of cotton seed cake loaded at Mobile. Alabama. The Red Jack t took on bunker coal at this The Norwegian steamship Caprivi. Captain IloltuiiK. char-d Mrs port yesterday for Esbjerg, Aarhnus and Frettsfcorg. Before sailine she will, undergo slight repairs at the ship- ? yard. The Dutch steamer Soestdyk. Cap? tain Baron, cb a red port yesterday for Rotterdam and Amst? rdam via Norfolk. While here the SoestdyK took on a general cargo. BUT CLOTHES RIGHT Manhattan Shirts TIEKSTIMfl $1.50 TO $2.50 ThelatestinTiasSOc. Ill VIINDOWI Wfliibtimsr ft Co. vVashiRxten A%?. ft 2blh <t. NOTICE TO MARINES Fcg Signal at Cape Henry Station Disabled. CAPB HENRY LIGHT-STATION, Va. The compressed-air slrea to* slitnal at this station was reported d's. alii'd October 25. and until repaired the sieani fog-signal, having the same characteristics, will be used during thick or fog^v weather. CHESAPEAKE BAY ENTRANCE. Va. Patrick MeCabe Wreck Buoy, a IIS 2d-class can, was discontinued October 28, the wreck having beeu re? moved. BALTIMORE HARBOR EN? TRANCE, "Ml). Brewerton Channel B< !1 Buov, 19, reported missing Octob? er 28. was replaced temporarily by a wo.-den spar October 3o. SAND SHOAL INLET. VA. The following stakes found carried away, were replaced Octooer 21: R d Channel Slake, 4. a slake with hand. Man and Boy Channel Stake, 7. a stake with hand. Running Channel Stake. :t, a stake with hand. The following stakes were establlsn ed October 21: . Curlew Bar Channel Stake. 1.5. a bl::ck stake, with hand, in 10 feet of water: Hog Island Light-House 59 deg. (Ml (NE by E 1-4 El Cobly Island l.ife-Savlng Station 92 deg. oil I E 3-163.) Turn of Burgeant, northerly side 295 dog. on (NW by W 3-4 W.) Curlew Bar Channel Stake, 15. a b'aek stake with hand, in 0 feet of water: Hog Island Light-House 59 deg. (NE by E 1-4 B.) Cobbs Island L'f Saving Station 90 I deg. on (E.) Turn of Sargeant, northerly side 333 dig. >ni (NNW 3-8 W.) Var. 4 deg. ? W, 1906. increase 3. | SMITH ISLAND INLET AND MA-j COTHY BAY. VA. The following: stake* _ found carried away, were re- j placed'October 21: iMagoihy Bay Channel Stake, 2C. a| stake v.i;h hand. Magotby Bay Chan-j rel Stake, 2D, a stake with hand. Magotby Bay Channel Stake, 4A. a' stake with hand. Magothy Bay Chan-j r.e| Stake. 6. a stake with baud. John E s Turn S?ake. 10, ?> stake with na:io. I Center Rock Snke. 12, a stake wltaj hand. BALTIMORE HARBOR EN? TRANCE, MI). Fort McHenry Chan ] nel Buoy. ;!2, and Fort McHenry Chan- j ir l Buoy. 38, each a spar, found out of position, were replaced i:i position November 2. NANTICOKE RIVER, MD. Upper Aid Buoy. 10, a spar, missing was re-, placed October 15. DIVIDING CREEK. MD. Dividing Creek Entrance Buoy, 1, a spar, was discontinued November 1, '.ho estab-' lishment of La Trappe Creek Outer. Light on that, date rendering this bu^yj no longer necessary. Channel Buoy, 2. a spar, was dis continued November 1, the establish-; ir.ent of La Trappe Creek Inner Light on that date rendering this buoy no longer necessary HAMPTON ROADS. VA. Hampton1 Bar East End Buoy, HS 3d-class can.; reported out of position October 16. was replaced in position October 21.: ELIZABETH RIVER, VA. Sewall Point Shoal Buoy. 3, a lst-class can.! toiind out of positiou, was replaced In position October 26. By order of the Lisht House Board. ROBT. L. RUSSELL, m Commander, V. S. A. | Light-house Insp clor. I Vaudeville Picture* I; The Sid Baxter Coniiwny, in an ae? rial cycling and juggling act. and the | Trout mans, in comedy piano playing, will furnish the vaudeville bill at j Dreamiand during the latter half of j this week, begnning with the matinee, this afternoon. Advices from Peters? burg, where these teams appeared last, say that they put on* capital acts. A new picture program is announced for today. The Bell Attractions. "Antony and Cleopatra" is the title of the feature film for the show at the Bell theater this afternoon and evening. This picture tells a htftonc love story and is saij to be intense... interesting There will be several other pictures, .and Mr. Pete Lamar will give some more of his popular imitations. Wonderland. Wonderland presents four gcod pic? tures today. "A 8icil'an Hermit" is very Interesting, showing the inci? dents in the daily life of a good old man. "A Night Out" is a comedy as is "Nellie, the Beautiful Housemaid "A Diarly Paid for Kiss" tells a pret 'y little story with a happy endin* and the four pictures go to make up a well selected program cf sufllc en' variety to suit all tastes. Pull Time Resumed. (By Associated Press). NEWARK. N. J., Nov. 4 ? Upon the minoiinretiM-r.-t of Taft'* election to daj. ". "? " hands la two great thread iii'IIs in :V* city were notilh-d tha* full time work world be resumed nest MoaSSTj S:nce hist April the mills have been running cn part time. Chance Will Not Retire. CINCINNATI, OHIO Nov. 4?Pre*. IdTit Murphy <?'. ?h?- Chicago Na'ton al le ague Bvseball chih today der'ar e.j that Frank Chance would no- re? tire a? manage- of the Worb' ; Champions at reported hn' wild carry out h'n four years' contract. Oeelares Extra Dividend. (Bv Associated Preset. NEW YORK. Nov. 4 -The diree tors of the American Tobacco Com par-, tudjv d?c'.??ed 'he regular euaf tcrly dlvtd* mi of 2t? per cent ard an eatra uwar?*ly divid?*?d of 7'* P"r cent on their capital slock, |A u September Inte Leading letarnai commerce move ments for September, 1908. indicate an improvement tu the in isliicss situation of the country from the depression prcvaiHug during the earilest part or the year. The return to more normal condltlnua Ik shown to some extent by the Increased activity in the coal and iron trades, though production and traffic figures in these fluids are ami considerably below the corresponding 1907 record. The Improvement in the traffic situation Is due chiefly lo the heavier movements of cotton au.I grain, particularly wheat, figures of the live-stock movements showing but slijsht Increases. Receipts of live stock at seven In? terior primary markets during Sep? tember. 3,865.48? head, were in ad? vance of like September, I9n7, totals of 3.805.651 head, the ta n being due mainly to the heavier receipt.'? or calves, hogs, and sheep. Kansas City. Omaha. St. Louis, and gi. Joseph report larger receipts than a year ago; Chicago, St. Paul, and Sioux City shew smaller figures. Combined lire stock receipts at the above seven mar. kets for the nine months of the year ending September, 30.792.513 head, show a normal growth over 1906 and 19<>7 figures of 29.7lll.2S0 and 30. 301.186 bead. S'oux City and Omaha being the only two markets showing declines as compared with the 1*07 season totals. I drain receipts at 15 leading interior markets for gt ptember. 113.218,026 bushels, show larne increases over uio corresponding 1907 and 190(1 rece'p'S. of 97,517.864 and 79.456.409 bush-Is. j Of the total receipts wheat constitut? ed 49.781.220 bushels; corn, 15.151,-' 548 bushels: oats. 27.944.201 bushels: barley. 18.X77.729 bushels. As compar ed wth September, 1907. receipts wheat shows the heaviest Increase of about 88 tier cent, mainly at Minne? apolis and Duluth. The barley re? ceipts show a 52 per cent increase, while the receipts of corn and oats w-ore dec'delv lower than during S ptember. 19<>7. ] Shipments of packing house products from Chicago during the month. 2-'iJ. 885.103 pounds, were 27 per cent In excess of like shipments during the preceding month, besides showing a normal growth over like I90t; and 19"7 figures. As compared with Septem? ber. 1907, totals, gains are shown in the shipments of fresh beef, cured meats, corresponding to the decline In foreign shipments cf this artic!". The shipments during the nine months of the year. 1.795.971.276 pounds, were below those for the two preced? ing years; all the larger Items, with 'the exception of fresh beef, show smaller figures for the year than In 1907. Aggregat?; September receipts of live stock at the four principal At? lantic seacoast cities. 786,143 head, compare favorably with the cor? responding total for September. 19"7. of 752.266 head, and were In excess of j the preceding month's figures. Of the total receipts. 102.250 head were cat? tle. .120,8.12 hogs. 314.S45 sheep, and 48 216 calves. The cattle figures are the only ones which show a decline as compared with the September. 19?'7. totals. Receipts for the nine months of the year, 7.161.765 head.1 show- a 15 per cent gain over l'ke| 19"7 figures, the increase occurring) und r the head of hogs and sheep. Receipts of grain and flour during September at the same four cities. 16.2S3.<>10 bushels, were Itelow like totals for September. 19>?6 and 1907.\ of 18.449.508 and 19.710.:t51 bushels?, all the cities in question showing los-, ses as compared with last year's Hg-, nres. Wheat receipts for the month, 220.127.116.110 bushels, were about .13 perj cent below- the September, 1907, re? ceipts, the losses in the corn andj flour receipts at these four cities be-i irtg less notable. Ot iln and flour r?relpts at San Francisco during the montn, 2.0S3.375 bushels, continue heavier than a year, ago. the princpal gains being shown in the receipts of wheat. Wheat shlp-j ne Ms from Portland. Oreg.. during the month. 2.161.647 bushels, were! over throe fold the Seplomber. T907, Ignrea, both foreign and domestic .shipments showinc large ca'ns over last year's figures. The flour ship? ments for the month. 69.704 barrels, show on the other hard a eonslder iMo decrease as compared wtth Septem!? r. 1907. figur- s. due to small? er ? sports during ths month. Sigh! receipts of cotton during Sep? tember, the flr?t month of the new crop year. 1.218.1198 bales, were large? ly in excess of like receipt? during Sept- mber. 1906 and lfw7, 994.52? and 811..129 hales Tbe total taklnga bv domestic spinner* including overland takings by Canadian mills, for the month were 24*.:..:.; bales, compared with 2X0.762 and 276.434 hales during Sepiemlier. laofi and 1907: the de? creased total Icing due to smaller taK. Ine? bv southern mils. 147.439 hales, as compared with 191.466 and 197.42* hales credited to southern mills dur? ing September. 19*Hj and 1907. The receipts a; I'nited Sia'es ports dur? ing the mouth. 924A5* I-ales. were al? so larcely in e?o"ss of pke September. 19<*; and 19?7. fizures of 719.M2 and 5?2n2S hale?; receipts at Galvestoe. 393. v? 7 bales, lieing more than dortM ibo? of a -.-car ago Th? stocks in trie country a' the end of the month are Hot's TM?? W?. r.?r#r Orr H-i- ?:-<?*! Ixvttart I f? ?. ,... . - . ?.?,-., the) annfrt Nc ? I i . Mat.'- rsurrh Ore. r i. cBBirv * oo .Teted. o e> tse "iwtenisneij. have k "?? e. J. i hr*** tv.r BSS HSI M ? -ao and Serie?, h'.m ,.Tfr "? h< nnrafet* In Sit '??*?? Ua.iStrtl-*. end 'issnetsitr ?M? to rarry rtit say eeffks> made fcy "??s WaLet?.. Kt??*v ? stir-? v Whttr^> PosKl-l?. T?lei? O IIa ' ? -..-?h i . . t. .... -. in-?- StlT.aeUnc 4lT*rtH nS"*i the i-'nnd and SJBMesS tSSSMSSsS] ihr -y-te-n : .??.?..?.? i ire*, files 7aci rsr >-.(?'? a?M st all draesttt. Teas MsJ a fsaatlj ret far css?T| atK a trnal Commerce staled as 493.778 bal< s. compared wan 581.425 and 637,778 bales on Septoru ber 3(>. 1908 and 1907. According to the la.est census re? port, the quantity of cotton ginned to October 18 was I 283.780 tuties, com i' m . d With 4.420.25s and 1.931.621 bales d?nn? the corsespaiidlng periods t' 1907 and 19o6. All the cotton States, except Oklahoma, report larger ng urea than year ago. ihe Azores 'or Texas alone. 1,041.570 ball a, being on er 35 i? r c?-nt largei than the corre? sponding 1907 tittle ?. Shipments of anthracite ccal trout : eastern producing territory for the I month, 5.211,047 gross tons, show a further Increase over previous months' operations, though being below the Septeml1 r, 1907, shipments of 5,442, 334 gross tons, were but 5 per cent t>e. low the corresponding 1907 ship .meats?the largest on record in the history of the anthracite coal trade. S ptember figure;, of coal and coke traffic < vor eight of the more Impor? tant eastern eoal-carryiiig rallnad.-. 10,756.997 tons Indicate a gradual Im? provement in the coal trade, due main? ly to larger shipments ol bituminous coal and coke of 8,t>8a.C39 and 1.536. 77i; ions. compare.) with 0.914,734 <i:id 2.529.459 tolls, respectifully, carried bj the snme roads during Beptember, 1907. The figures for the nine months of the year, 81,004.049 ions, are about 124 per cent below the corresponding 1907 total, and wer?' composed of 4. 373,456 tons of anthracite, 65,388.579 tons of bituminous coil, und it.242, on tons of coke. ! The average- weekly coke production 1 at Connellsvtlle, including the w>wer 1 District, for the five weeks eliding I October 3. is estimated at 197,397 net ' tons, computed with a weekly average of 127 not; net tons for the ssnv- period . iu 1907. The estimated production tor ; ions, was about 59 per cent below the 1 the 40 weeks of the year, 6.919.064 net 1 corresponding 1907 total. Pin-iron pioJhclion tor the 30 days 'of the month, 1.418,998 gross tons, 'shows the largest monthly production ' for the year, though falling about 25 1 p r cent short of the September. 190'i. figures. The production figures for the nine months of the year, 10.755.573 1 gross tons, were about 46 per cent be? low corresponding 190i figures. I I Lake traffle between uouiestic ports 'during S?,pteml,?r. as measured by the volumue of shipments from various lake ports, totaled 9.458,605 net tons, compared with 11.137,927 and l.>,807. 992 net tons shipped during Septem h< r, 1907 and 190?. The decrease in the monthly total is due primarily to if-aller iron-ore; ?ipni. nip,, tfaough coal and lumber likewise show sniaii ' er totals than a year ago. Grain ship? ments by lake for the month, 20,837. 509 bushels, were largely In excess or like shipments during September, 1907, due to large shipments or wheat from Lake Superior and Michi? gan ports. I i Reports from 34 car-service associa? tions and demurrage bureaus, cover? ing practically the entire territory ot the United Stat s, indicate a further Improvement in the car situation, the total for September, 2,690,226 cars handled, being about one-quarter of tt million cars larger than for the pre 'ceding moiub, though still over 138. .0*90 cars short of the Sep,eniber. 190V. I record. The number of surplus oar - I reported by the American Railway As? sociation, under date of October 14, J was 115,036. showing a considerable improvement sfc ce the 16th and 30tn Of September, for which dates 173.587 i and 133.792 idle cars were reported. , The most notable improvement oc . curs under the head of box and coal cars. For th? iirst time during the I year considerable shortage of cars are j reported, though chiefly on C'auad'un | lines. I ! Youth and Age. indeed it Is woeful when the young I tirurp the place or despise the wisdom of the aged, and among the many j dark signs of these times, the disnbe- | dienee and Insole nee of youth are among the dark -st. Rot with whom Is the fault? Youth never yet lost | its modesty where age had not lost I jits honor; nor did childhood ever re j ; fuse Its reverer.ee except where age : I had forgotten correction.?Ruskin. Ma.rird and Single. There is no denying that cngaced lovers :d^nd on one plat.'arm and mar ried lovers on another. Previous <o marriage -. little is said hbOUt money | I There ate dis"'^stone, there are wrang-' j lags, h i1 they are done by proxy, hy , I th" lawyers Once married, however. I the principals must talk of money mnt I ters between Ihntsefeas; Its manage j ment. Its disbursement.?London l^dy. ' Sacrificed Lh*a for Horse. It was testified at aa Inquest at Rryn <Wa|e,.i on a ynnng man named Owen Rieh.it.i? who was killed by a fall of rock st a local colliery, that he had Mbe'n'.d his horse, whieh was ana* he., to a trass, aad in dotnr SO d< laved bis owu escape end was killed Heat an M-ten's Flame. The flame of sa ordinarv msi.h ha? a much hier"- semperatnre than l*> generally known aad will melt cast irno or st?-el flliega. Try I? hy atrik lag a maieh and sprinkle the Mine* through 'he flanie 8puiterinc spark* like rinpow.b-r will be fbe r?-anlt of the r^elt'ng metal ?Popular M^har lea. Kinemavegraph In Medicine. The resn;-.- which I have oh'alne4 With 'l-e k ne-TintfOTapsj H- an aid In the t.ach til. nerv?,?? diseases and which I have b~#>n able to derronatrate at the Middie s hospital aad else? where h?'?- n-'-t with expreanna? nf enconra?enr of fma my colleasnea ar.d o'her a etrb*rs of the medical pro frajdoo -l.aeert ?r? f y? Myth of the Young Wife You run'! t?ll iu?." said Smith whtn the Joshing eoased and ho was allowed to get In a woid in Im own defense, "that there's anything at all in the Joke ahout the bride's ignorance of household matters. I've been mat tied only u eroupie Of weeks, but INo seen enough to' convince me. Why. the first day I eon? Into the kitchen without being callej, my wife drove me out just ss naturally as I've seen my mother drive my father out. Hut before 1 did get out I had grabbed h couple of hot borne made doughnuts, the first I've eaten In years, ami Ihey were some)hin' scrumptious. And say. all this truck about the bride ordering half a doxen ox livers or a sit loin of chicken or a yard and a half of pork roa.,1 I* the worst kind of rot. When the butcher's boy brought the goods she looked It over carefully and then she welched it. Teil Mr Sparerib.' she said to the boy, 'that there is no trimming on a l"g of lamb, ami this Is three ounces short with the hone weighed In.' The boy opened his eyes pret'y wide and theu he got red and he^an to tish around in the basket. Finally he brought out another slip for Bve cents less I guess there ?us a mis take." he mumbled. "When he had gone my wife looked serious. lie's gotten hold of a bill pad.' she said, 'ami Is addling a few . cents to the bill of each customer I hate to complain, bin I will If I sus pect him of using it again. Oh. he won't try to use it on me, bul It's a shame that he should chest the other customers ami ruin a man's business.' "That was the way It went all day. Nothing came In without being ex? amined. None of the 'ten cents a whole lot' men and none of the 'two big buckets a quarter' men worked , any of their goods off on her. She j looked Into everything. But the limit came when the groceries arrived. She kept the Ikiv until she had gone over the hill and checked off the items. Then she looked the tblngs over. One of them was a package of seeded raisins, and she opened that at the top and at tho bottom. Then She gave it back to the boy. Take that back,' she said. Some one has been eating the rnlsins out of the bottom of it.' lie took it. and. half an hour later, the grocer, whom 1 suspect of being named Meyer, came around to Inquire and protest That is all right.' she said. 'Only the other day I saw your son eattng seeded raisins out of the bottom of a package, and- I thought that if be did It once he might do it again r 1 "The bov had been too darned lazy > to eat the raisins with the seeds in! them, and so he had been stealing them Out of the package and closing it up again. I told her I didn't think I there was so much need of sharp watching, but she only answered: Try to run the house without it. You don't earn enough money to allow me to waste anything, and so I have to' make every cent count for its full value, or else- we'll have to do without j lota of things.' I "And do you know bow I sjicnt the ' last two 01 three days of my vacation and honeymoon? Feeling peaches and coving crab apples Yes. sir. Togeth I er with plums and praties we put up ; \'2 dozen quart bottles, besidis a dozen j jars of piccaliiii. Thai was something , different from the way mother need | j to do. At preserving time she drove . us all. father included, out of the j house and let us eat windfalls from the orchard trees. It was a time of I terrible storm and strain for her and J us. The results were good though. I when if was over. Hut my wife just put a big kitchen apron on me and r.:ade me help; not try to direct things, mind you. or offer any susses- i I tines, h-it do what she told me to do. J J "What do yon think of that for the J new woman, the product of our mod ern ineffective civilization, that these hum political economist? and others I are talking their heads off about? It's m? one bes? guess that most wom? en are pretty much abke if they get ball a show and have half a teaspoon la' of brains. "As for cooking ?we.i. I'm In easy. Yet she learned It ail at school, the j same as thousands of other girls, and she c'airt's the average gi I can have the .same success if she isn't lazy and j is willing to sidertep the delicatessen store hahit That's the roc'n on which i a rood many housewives are wrecked The man who fallr a vlettat to It soon tiIiI have an annual meal ticket at the ?r~e lunch counter, aid he ?tu go Itter? when he wants substantial food " Say. Smith." broke In the hook keejwr. "it listens to me as If youi wife sa.- one of tli"se old fa.-htoocd mji': to Ibe cook ?'ovo " You've go! another raetj coming."I said Sm?'h. hotl>. ' She puts los? tittt' bit more brains into the ?n<'. he gets better results It's only s ttg/stion of being: modern and tv-lrt wlliinjt to use a little <-n?rrt When the comtc papers or us feilowi spring ir.a'riTTKnlal Jokes and M:?. Newly *. d or.n r.Sttasav von make me tired Pet haps It did all the other nor in t-e onw f.r Ihey instand? and unan imeesiv aarooneed tbemselTe? silling in areeia anv vtsltlna tni damns Smith misbt choose to extend Wear FreocH. What do von think of Jims laa c uz- ?1 tr he baa lived in Fans a l - ; T'unk it is ailll Jim'-- lanzua; -. ft >s3 i French b> a Jet, eaju." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the Wick\ as high at you CM ? there'sB0 ' daneer? a* low as you please ?mere's no smell. 1 "hat's ! because the smokeless device i prevents I moke or smell ? that means a steady low of j glowing heat for every ounce j of fuel burned in a PERFECTION 00 Heater ?tanker, wit. Saekeks* Pcvtos) You can carry it about and cam for it just as easdy as a lamp. Brats oil feat holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely rav? ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted. Tf? adds cheerincis the long winter evenings. Steady, brilHant light to read, sew or knit by. Made of brass, nickel plated, latest improved central draft burner. Lvery lamp warranted. If your dealer can? not supply Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp write ?s/ nearest agency for descriptive circular. fTAJVDAKD OIL COMPANY Capital Dry Goods House Washington Ave. at JOih Street Ladies' Fine Tailor Hade Dress Skirts Now arrivals, showing 'he choicest of the season's stjles. Theso Skirts ?r<> mostly $6 on to IG.?O values. For _ $4.98._1 Customers from Old Point, Phoebus and Hamp? ton allowed car fare on purchases of f 5 or over. DR. H. H. AD AIR Veterinary Surgeon Office Caffee's Livery Stable. Both Phones, No. 1. The Wise Man. The wise man says to the child "You are a big boy!*' And to hii wife: I "You are an angel!" And to his (riend: j "Do you need money?'' And to the j people: ?Hurrah:'' But if he needs to relieve bis heart with a word of truth he sh:its himself In and whis? pers with the bsnd u|?in his mouth, | so that none not; hear him. Only the j one beinc: ho knows will understand.? A rue Gjrborg. Women as Photographers. An ornilboiogfdt says that women make bett.-r fe Id photographers than men ns they have that tact and per- I acseranrc which eins 'he confidence ? af the Mrd and gives them th? o|t- | no-t unity to get photographs of it In j natural | oses Any work In connec *fr>:i with rattral history ought to be ::t---es'in!; In wpmen, but they do not have ti e luve for it that men b3r* _' ft a ', Lationa Races. <ltv Associated Press). CINCINNATI. O. Nov. 4. ?A bandl cap for two >ear olds at s!x lurlong? was Ike feature of the card at Lato-! ?la today. Miss Sain, the (avorlte. J had no 'rouble aiming the event fn.in T M. t'reon wi?h Rerwick third. Three f ivor te.< won. I -m--m Cuban E* President Dies. I I By Associated Pressi. SANTIAGO, Nov. 4? Tomas r>:ra ?! i Palma, 'no first president of the] Cuban r. pnbi'e dl> d tonieht MONEY v 16.00 to ?50.00. How And where to get H on short notice and easy terms. Pay others and awe us. Bor? row as cheap as you can. Our business Ls strictly con? fidential. If You Need Honey See us before borrowing else? where. We will loan you what money you need. Our Plan is Simple, our rates the lowest. Money Today if you J want it. To borrow of us la merely a j confidential transaction f t ween bonorabfe people. A Call j will convince you. Southern Loan Co. 29th Street and Washington Avenue, Entrance 207 t?th SUeeC Bell 'Phone 188. Your Drug Taft Ahead In Missouri. iit\ Associated Press). ST LOT IS .\ov 4.? At II "clock! tonight Taft Is *.fe>2 v tea ahead ori Hrya-j on 'he retom-i from .".8 conn Ites and tlie city of St l/w s 8>g Fir. In Sherman. SUKRMW. TEXAS Nor 4 -Fire lOjuy deal-o;. od . rojw-r;\ i,i the Sh-rman tiiNt.noo l.ij.ines? won h portion Spaeish Proverh. There i? nothing like deprivation to riciie content and sriatitude for ?tnaU mcrfle* Watched F fteen Years. "Kor flfie^n vars I bav. watch?-ri the amrkina of Hwcfclen* Artrtca Ralvr; and I* Ms a- rev filled 'o eirre fp;- pore, boil, ,-r or lenrn tl Which i> wa- applied I' hxs saved u<i many a doc'or bill.' sa\<? A P. Hardr. of Ka*i Wilton Main. ;:.r ?: All Drug glsUV Ha?r y"ur preserlptirm tlh-d rw Graduates of Pharwiac) at Allen l>rug Store, Patente at ca' rale. Il l la. win be leas if r?a fet ?hsai Cot Rat? Drug U there is anything at all you :a the Drug line, see us, or 'p I 'Phone orders wO rooefve attention, aad we tsjhsa part of the etty. bat as be pas J.C.Gorsuch&< SDTUJ ??? .?TV?y ? 11?