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Iii IX THE ORE BY FMTHj I Baker P. Lee, Fcrmerlg if '6,>tes New iTeliQisos Cresil id California. RilfEO mm Ml Oil 0 is the Son ol the Late Judge Baker! P. Lee, Who :'? ? ? ?'"?? vchis Adetn-j ?d the Od County Court Bench in1 ?tlixabeth C ty Cju:i!y. The l.o.; s a long j ently held minister. ICpisccfJal Con.saleia, !.? it: ? i- si ha - In >?? tOUSetl in li.-l'll!-.... .? ? i ! lie news ' Ofa I. s An: ? e , t ?! , ii, ti !!. v.. ftfccr It. I.e. , a ..i :??<? late Judge iker I'. I,ee. in.- main years a do-| jig ttl tiled juris!. writer and attorney (^-Hampton, has etiihraced 'lie ie-al-' g by pra>er' relii;; ti (Hreles Exmuhier <? niain fajAUBt ?'f til" |,|. ,.ij,,K ; e, Ljir. Lee. in which tie ? rcct ir of a bis Shnh in Iba' e!tv. h? .i-.ie.l s;e\, ,ai> 5rs. ': with ei ar ' .er\ !,.;> I'l.i-j hlnie,; hh; linn be'ief in ??dlvim- j :|jr. U v '?- a- ?" ii' d "He of the Ming K' isioeal tuiint. b-rs in t'ali-j jfnia ttiid lit .'tt 'i ri; here a,e iillttt-, Ml by tie I undn da. the a< c'mi ni tie meei'.i.i; ntt, by the Kxamlttei is as fellows:) jaltvr a fervid ? :<,?>:??>-\ ?f hi ttiir.g! gjp-ayar. Key. itaker P. l,ee. at] Brrat ebcrch last night, reveiied I >! R_Aposi die rite practiced for iho> K six centuries In tin Christian! Sttch t,j anointing wliii oil and feeing his ham'- <>i, the leads o , Mr vom en and one man wn.-i enm ) (TWard to be cvree of Ibei: ailment-' RUgh laith plteiise interev wa... shown !>> the' Kregatiou when the r.cUr raado Bideclaiattoiis and wiien. after he| pad it' there were any ainotig in- i hTtfeis who Wished to be uiioillicd.l m permits i und their wav to tln-j tar rail .... 1 Profound Interest Shown. j deacb-likc silence pivvullc.t while1 Etc lui prill ted with oil the sign! the areas upon their foreheads out?! one, au.i pla. 'd his bauds U|><-nj lr heads with a short piayer ush-l God titat tiiej 'i- iie.u .rein iiiiy.il ' ills from which tle y suil- ud. j ,JJr. L*'e rejh'ated ,ib eunintainl el i E James; eta there any sick among you? I,ct B) cail fcr tie- chiefs ?>( I tie church: j mt. let them ;:''., out ln,.i, ii i.. ? 11 u - j ? him with "j n thi name ef ihei iird; and ? ayer of :a!th ?uaUi Bp 'be si.-v. ...i tiie i^.r.i 1. pse him ii .1 If tie has e mm ErH the. ill be forgiven him Utters Appeal for Cure. ?3. N. W. .*?!?.' ilecort South Alva gtreei was the firs- to hue. 1 be-| the .... . taking I he ?dgu ct Dots This ild Weather _ SoH You? kdourse there's no tine- like ihe to "ret right. To (?KT miens to buy yonr Kail Suit KPrankei & Kise- man's and j"in"t i BtaT comfoVtab'y and nicely cfan ididFallSuits Men, from $7.50 up to $30410. ^ Boys' Suits $5JB0 up te ?10.00 Ts Overcoats fror? iSM up to $30. p*t lor ret to ?, ; ev-r nur >p'->n smtmnm, of t?ha. e?tw k'gi; ard *t?y by yoa. mm imi low. (KEL6 ISENMAN OiffltferSt iIn- cross upon Iut forehead and then' plu< Inj? Iiis hands upon Iut head. I >"?' Ltr said: "Conceulmte your mind uimn 1 lit* - i>rr>mi?r God m?Je us In His nnnir.' Ar,i,r<!!ni? o the usage of ihis church, . a? yon with oil and I lay 1 I? iiiion your head and ask of i; i. you may be holy in body,! iiiiii'I ad soul. We lliank Theo, oh ' ' !o<l Amou " j Tourist Receives Treatment. .\. \i ranie II r I'hj sick. North , Flower f :p et a paral >>? > am nf ihe affliction fron -?? . an v.as BufTcrliifc. tlx- minist.-r, in P?'i-| '01 ruing the same rile as in Ihe other case, said: '?'Take up tin hiil and walk' Wo pray that he may rise and he well." Th<' man. wliu is ;t tourist, had by chance ? nteied ihe < hurcii. Mrs i .ili r;:i I. .McArdle. till Kasl Tenth street. :tn I Mrs. M .8. John-1 ston, ->'<?'?! Kavi Third stri-et, were a's > of thus,- who came forward. I Several cures were related by number of wt men who arose at the pastoi's^equesl to tell of their ex? perience. Among these w;is Mrs A. Moorhead, T_'7 Somit HHI street, wno told how- by prayer and nut oauggos tlon she had been cured of a dis?-ase that has been pronounced Incurable, Mary Ills CuiaHie. During the eotir.se ef his remarks Dr. i.ee siti.I auto-suggestion Is not a panacea, bul, with proper develop? ment of the suit -conscious mind, many of the ills of the human body may I ho cast out by prayer and sugges? tion. hi connection with Ihe Emmanuel movement lie said: ? I cannot see why anyone cannot believe in suggestion and (he divine healing. We believe those who have been anointed will be healed. Today Iwo cases wt re treated, one of them 1 mlgh mention. A young lady who has suffered front rheumatism tor twenty years was anointed. She felt much better and by Thanksgiving Day she |s going to walk to churcn. Righteous Physicians Helpful. ' You ask. "If you believe in divine healing wh> du yon ge to doctors?' We go to dorters because they have studied the anatomy ami know more iiho.it it than we do and those of them who nre God-fearing men will help us. It Is the suggestive Idea thai makes j you Christians. I'se the same in | tour thoughts and you will be better I in mln.l nnd body. Teach yourself i to th'nk of It each day. Think 'hat G;d did not mean for yon to be] -ick. Exercise your mind, breathe in f tod's pure air. sleep in a room where i there Is pure air. masticate yourj !food. This is nol a lecture on physi? ology, but use your mind and that will! j make you ls-lter." ! Concluding the services Mr Lee ssn!: I : "Lei us feel th:tt this is relevant: j tlhat it is net the personal power of; I one man: that it is the power ot i Mafiers Personal " Walter -A. Plerkcr left yes- | i- lloteluurt county, where shei will i;d a month wi:it her parents. i Mr. Thornton I) lionneviile, who spent several days h- t his 1.als. .Mr. and Mr -? , - ville. in Hoik- street t.a. Kiuriied '.?> Washington. Mr. David Frankel returned visier Idar fr m a short business trip in' lltaltimore. j \Ir. and Mrs .1. H Pressey left ;?l e\. ning far Washington. I Mrs George Srbcrmcrnorn has left! I fer a visit of several weeks in West, j Virginia. I Af'er a visit to Mr and Mrs Simon I Kant row It z. m King street. Mr and Mr. I?avid Hallinan. returned to IRiihniond yesterday They were ac |crmpsnied hack i>y Ma/ter Samuel >ld. the son of Mr and Mrs.. Joseph |<; Id I Misg Itenni) Hitssi II e\|w>rts to I leave today f >r Hi- hm.m.t ;attend meeting of the Itap mis.oonar | society. Council Meets Tonqht. The Hampioc Cttv rnnneil will cc: loeigh. There are srveral Imat'crs of itili-rr ? t., r->nie t;;. an I th>- ???' ? i-'ti i i - prim an in i f -stina one. The stteft cemmVtrs- met last nicht an) formula* i-d a n-;>ort to Im- pres. enled to tb?* room il -riiilrht. to Fort McHenry. S'T?>Tid Li^iteriant l?>hn T 15- ? who ?as r?-eenilT C*oiiiWi?*1?*W?'d an < fleer in th<- stllhry bratf-h of th< fnlted S'atr? until, will leave to? re. Trow for Port MrH?-nrv n<'?r Ha ? rn re. to which po.'t he ha? h?-?-a ordered he the war d< itment Seee TWr-oe Diweeewtly. WVn a woman acts past te ?h? car.'' trei? ?*.md why ?t*y old widow- ! er wants "o many < yciST girl A Xma? pre. t for f 1 "A on-- ot thos- l??astli :.. lata* Portrait? at I irCT?tra RTlTwO Hampton. Va Tsk' war r*? wr r>t ions to HI LL!? ? nt Ra?c Drag Store. 11-4 ?!. % PHOEBUS ?nd OL Tili Great Clothing Sale At I. Klrsner'* Clothing Store Will Continue Until Saturday, November 28th. Owing to the many requests that fegve c in ? to us from iwrsons wlio -(,mt' of the excellent barKt.it iffered in our Great Panic Sale We have decided to continue the sale until November 2S, instead of clos? ing the sale today an we advertised. This Is done lor the purpose of ac? commodating many of our friends and patrons who do not receive their pay until later in the month, liy this meaiiv will we will Iv enabled 'o of ler many mote good bargains and the lnim< use stock is y< t so complete as to make It certain that the men and hens can be lined out here. It was our firm Intention <o end the sale today, but now that we have acquiesced in the demands made upon us, we waut to make the salt! even more attractive than ever. A Word to Parents This sale offers an exceptional opportun1' i in parents to fit their boys out in high-grade clothing is such reniarkahh low prices lhat no mother can afford to miss the cuance of getting a su i foi the boy. Overcoats! Overcoats! Overcoats! The cold ?aap means that you must have an overcoat and ruht h< re Is when- Klrsner can accommodate you and also d> it by saving you a' loa?! 4n to ?l? p* r cent, at the same time. The immense line of overcoats includes the heavy, the light and the famous rain and cravenettc coals. The overcoats have been marked dowu.to such low pries as to offer each man and boy ot: the peninsula 'be chance cf gett'ng an overcoat of the highest quality at the usual rate asked for the shoddy goods. Well to Remember That Klrsner personally guarantees every article sold b> him and during tlrs sale the old guarantee of satisfaction or money back holds good. Takd the goods home, and if you are not satisfied, we'll refund the money you spent Do not wait tint I the last days of the sal \ but come in at once and lie among the patrons who get what they waut at the prices they can at ford to pay for it. Ark .our frjendn who have been here about the bargains we are giving during the Rale. All gooda marked in plain figurds. STORE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. TO ACCOMMODATE THE WORKING MEN I. KIRSNER 18 West Queen Street, Hampton, Virginia. POQUOSON DISTRICT Glf ES WH V WOMEN MR. 10HtS BIG MAJORITY Popular Congressman Received 87 Votes, While Mr. George Nelms Wise Got Only 5. Complete returns from the Poquo son district. York ciuntv. show that the Democrats carried the precincts by the usual largo majorities. Mr. Itryan received votes. Mr. Taft 8. Mi. William \ 1 les v.7 and Mr. Gi ort.- n Wise The election passed off quietly and the vote polled ?as about two thirds of ;he register? ed qualified voters In the district. in his patronage of 'show descriptions; but mom y i: of all his main LOV K FINERY . harm' ? Woman, on the other hand, is not naturally s|<ectacular. but rather re? served, and. as I pointed out in th last paper, it was only when man had acquired a specialized skill which gave him a mastery of the world, and her person as well, that woman becan to specialize ihc display which he was In the November American Maga? zine Profesor Thomas, u( Chicago i'tu virsity, writ's en 'The Psychology ol Woman's Dress." Of woman's love of finery hi says: "As soeietv advances there Is a tsndecy in man to aive up ornament ai,an,iotiing. Restricted in movem'-n'. BODY SENT TO NEW JERSEY. and in woman to tak- on more of This is not b cause nian is- na'uraily hn.3 tnclit.ed to display, but because he has undergone a grea- r- term in bis habits, the great, si perhaps in the his ti.ry if the world Primitive man was pugnacious, unsocial, osti cta'ious. and . ijzy. but capal.ii . crafty, .iiid master j lul?your true adventurer, but cn.iow ' cd w:th an rnvn'ive hi..'- nation and w'th no specialized skill, with not even life to educate her in the tiroaOj sense in which nu n encount. r it. ana limited in her interests by the pro pri tary tastes of man. her occupa? tion is to charm. ? There js. however, both retribution and irony in the ftct that man pay; the bills." Remains of Capt. Baiiey Sent to His capable of splendid bursts of energv .This was the wlld-oa's ;"-nod cf th. Former Home. , , rac '. and its vestige ar The remains of Capt. Mawin Bailey. >F411.,,M,.r u?. artj o* the schooner Charles G. Bndico" who was drowned at .'ia. were sh.' i>etj to his home in Manaseaw. N .1 yesterday Cajd. Kaileys halt hi ther accompanied the body back to maunfaeiurin New Jersey. it was learned yostcrd.iv 'ha- Capt Bailey jumped overboard while deli? rious. Me ha.l been ill several -lays and en la.-t Saturday succeeded rn ? ?hiding ihe crew of the Badteott and ? hr-w himself overboard. Syms-Eaton Won. still seen in The football eleven of the Syms the wild Eaton Academy defeated the eleven youth, snd the ds-iia'-J :.ushand. of the Old Point Comfort College on 'Cut when man oxh.ni.-t.-d the game Utters gridiron yesterday afi.r whlch had been his principal pursuit n(>on 6 to - Tn,. K,me was closely and btgan to i.ik>d up th" settle emiteuted. I ac'icultural inter rsts Which bad been chi?l y de? eloped by womit:, and to buy a-.d sell, he brought wi^h htm mere ingeaaHy than aromac had ? v,,r developed, a freer movement, a greater low- ? of or*:art. za'ion. and at th> sa . ? nne less do- husband ne-'fc responsibility aid !;.- gradually; ', transferred -"no- o| his .ntereats tn Colored Woman Wants Divorce. In the circuit court yesterday Mary) Hcaneasey. colored, instituted suit for absolute divorce against In Resri'nald Dahncy. Y. M. C A. Notes i tbe pursuit of gane J baseness Hu' busini sjwak. out sdc the r< - Board Of Director, to Hold Important ?"f** " |s Primarii, JudgUI lit. erftclencv ;.? Session This Aftereoon... ? (f , tI sn ^ , fflr.. , The h. ar,| of diri-ctors of the Young abundance be is Men's Christian Aasooiat ioi. will h i -n important session in the secretary - office this afternoon at ."? o'clock, wte ti-.e arrangemeats for cqioning she new biiili'mg will be perfected The !*??- A wail tary ?i'< meet this afternoon at 1? o'el -eg In "h" Hampton Baptist church New Officera Report flteowd U?wt?asata Mavnard Mar?h. Tinker ar.l Ow-lrl.lt th. f ?nr Vtrrt nans reeer."|% commtaatoaed oaVer* in the Called State? army have re? ported at Pi rt Monroe and will ho ????gn.-d to duty ta the ne?> ???k' pursuit ?I * 'lea, so to ??n of appear ? matter of ? nergy. and :ir <| wea<:h tn Australian Country Homes In the Blue mountains, three hour* from Sydney, are many beautiful -nnn'ry houses, mostly bungalows wl'h w-ide veranda* all round, wher? S> dney people fly In February snd ;ne eao:i;> Msrch to get away from the heat of | without ornament \<. ever c?m ,'be city by the harbor. pletely loses an 11- r> - in aright' - otijeeta. but hwsiness nw-n iah? adraa-j Atssswtsi Far, tac of tb?* fa< to display their TCs hard to tell what becomes of the I goods not Ih< lr p- rs ? The cotor pjn, j,nt a Itttie girl up north has Just sens- snd th. >.Vn . r *t are coughed up a shoe buttcn ? Atlanta reeocnleed it: the di?;.l.,v wrapt***. Journal, ami adt>rti?tna of war?? The sjsur-, ? tr.g h 1! board and ie ? aa'lfal lady! A tea will be held at the Sym? on the rhr?r t?r? >,i;r.. ,. the sjo?-l* Katon Aeademv. Fridav evenlnj; from wl'b e?,ior and ?? x md *? buy thewi four to el*ht o'clock, for the piano an I en tha has's BT a p- teattoasly librarv fund R- tm'ar supper. .- .1 b'i>ln>-?? and a handjussely cream, cake and h^me-made eandics] or so Qualified as Admin.stratna's W'Vtlid wife are sIso.t ai advertise, f^ ?je ni.nts. they are slrn* of baslaesa ? . . success, ana not hi r. a - icr-eds fake |c( ss ~ J . ? ? W m at u'.- rf course ?n>aatnr ? v a boat ehan is /<? i ncrwpa v*l ? I that man re- ... l'h. ?; J doaing tr-nam? . S ; ? jiU?ns s. cam.- rn"r. ? ff FOR SALE. FOR SAIJ5?TWO AND A HALF acre* of land on Baehroe rar M-? near Phoebus Apply .:!? ttookp afreet PtK?rbn* lt-4-74. EmiU laibne-. '??< ilerk <'. ihe Coar? Ilarrv M II It a* ih<- admsalatrairta's of the es? tate of her d'-eeaaed hnsSard rn' to bus D?bnev la-fdt K^ykhv Ramsel Mliehell an.) Richard Sm:' i a.re r.araej a? spprahw rs. rda? qualified *' 1'b'? reanh? ih^. pla> and he araduall. ? tbeai N.-Hher ia his .. tare fnadanKtita'lv all? ein nntiitiT,. ;n ad he h is r> ruia '\ ? ? an raenpatWw. ard in'T m\ >t it> apecs?. ? ? u.nal dis - - over ?nto WANTED. ? iua' r>? _i_...'u ..'u j'-i. . . j He dips IF TOC WANT A QrAsTT. HAIi* - before gale-*a or an? ?aarrtrtv r?r good oya h? rax weed 10 ter? or clams cail 'Pnone 13? or up hi?J *n HUDOINT DOCK. Hampton ?iar?o-iSlJ 9-&-IL D POIN i Close 6 P. M. Except Saturday REBUILDING SALE $1.00 AND $1.25 TAFFETA SILKS, 73c YD.?27 and 30 indies. Taffeta S'lks In Plain and Fancy Patterns. A large and varied as? sort men i in this lot. 73c a yard?is Jess than cost. Every yard new ami Stylish Silks. Rowe's Dept. Store Hampton, Va. RANSONE BROTHERS REMODELING SALE! $1.2? SitU. 36-inches wide. Sale price . 98c r>itc Dress floods. Sale price.... 39c Ladies' Suits. $10.00, $12.50, $15X0. $2000 Children's Coats. $2.00 to $10.00 Baby ( oats. $2.00 to $6.00 $1 on lied Comforts. Sale price . 98c $5.00 ISIank ts. Sale price . $3.98 $5.00 Moquet Kugs. $3.69 Bargains In Every Department. RariaSone Bros. 8 and 10 West Queen Street Hampton, Va. FOR RENT. East Hampton. 9-rooni house 325 Washington St. .$7.00 ?one acre iand. will rent fur- 7 room furnished hous - Buck, nished. $15; unfurnished, $10. roe, $5.00 l>er tiionih to May $15; unfurnished, $10. 1st. 323 Center street, 10 8 rooms and bath, furnished: rooms, modern _$23.00 center of town .$25.00 N. King street, 8 rooms, 117 X. K ng street, 8 modern .$1 t.'H' rooms .$1S.50 31? Elm street, 7 rooms..$11.00 M'J Washington street, C Hudgins street, 4 rooms .% 7.50 rooms .$ 5.00 4' 2 Holt street 7 100ms. .$1".'") 516 Victoria avenue, 5 456 Holt street, 5 rooms. .$ 6.00 rooms .$ 8"0 45S Holt street. 5 rooms..$ 6.00 ill- Wine st. STORES. Armistead ave. ;! rooms. .$5.:>n 10 X. King -tre.-t .$15.00 34 Oak St., 4 rooms .$7.!>?' 212 Armistead avenue-$10.00 Cor. Holt Stewart Sts.v$S.0O 152 E. Queen street.$l-.u0 FOR SALE. 14 acre farm, one mite from city; well stocked and crops ail saved. Will sell ch-.ap. QEO. W. PHILLIPS, Real Estate, Rents, Fire Insurance, Auctioneer and Notary Public, t ?OLfl King street 'Phone SO. Hampton, Virginia. Fire In,riirance and Real Estate H S. THOMPSON 22 E. QUEEN STREET, 'PHONE 432. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. T. L. SCLATER, . . Manager HP.NRY L. SCHMLIX, FRANK W- DARLING. The Bank of Hampton HAMPTON, VA. at THE OLOCfir AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR MEW PORT NEWS. Capital, - - $100,000.00 SttTplBS, - - $140,000.00 DEPOSITS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS Taw only designated depository hi the State of Virginia to East? ern Virginia. Wo make Hans oa Real Batata?NOT PROHIBITS* ?as are the National Rank*, FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON S?V|ftQ* DEPOSITS, NELSON Se GROOME, Cashier The Electric Saw * Planing lill 'P -orts 166. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Building Materials ef AN Kinds Cypress Shingles an* Oak Beards. Cw-ce i"d Yard feet ft*ietae St-, near Nrwport N.ws A n rt Peii t Ciectr.c Fewer House. A. M. TENNIS, PtepntaWn, Hampton. Va.