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Aldermen Concur in Action of
Common Council.
City Attorney Massif Tells Beard
That Elizabeth City Supervisors
Cannot Prevent City from Carrying
Out Its Purpose.
("poll lu iiig informed uy City-At
lorney Massie that tie1 supervisor^ of
Elizabeth City county, wi re unaltera?
bly opposed to ill" erection of either
an almshouso or hospital upon llhe
site i:i the count; recently pui'cha-e.l
by Ihe city and receiv'lig from the
attorney an unqvalifled opinion that
ihe supervisors cannot prevent the
erec ion of a;t almauoasc, the board
of ulderinen la-t nicht concurred in
the ttetion of the lower branch in
letting the contract for the construc?
tion of a c tv home to Davis & Pi
land, ii their bid of $1.1
Mr. Massie said :itat when he ap?
peared before {ho supervisors he
told them, upon his own authority,
that he did not believe the city cotin
cilnten desired to offend their neigh?
bors in Elizabeth City unnecessarily. I
and th:>- if the supervisors wou'd
suggest another suitable plan- for the
propose.) almsdiotise, he thought the
eotyieilmen would agree to change,
their plans
The vote to concur in the action of
the lower Dranch was unanimous. a!l
the members being present. I
As soon as the contract is executed '
by the city clerk and the mayor, the
contractors will attempt to go to
work . The Elizabeth Citv supervis?
ors already have given notice shinll
they will i pply for an injunction, to'j
stop the proceeding.
Heptasophs' Officers.
Warwick Conclave. No |032. I O.
Heptasophs. met in Petzold's hall last
night and elected officers for 1909 as :
Past Arehon?J. R. Andrews.
Archon?f. A. Charles.
Provost?w. H. Taylor.
Prelate?w. S. Herman. j
Secretary?C. R. Whitney. /
Financier?J. J. Haker.
Inspector?C. F. Williams.
Warden?W. I* Johnson.
Sentinel?D. <\ plea-ants
Trustees?R. c Petzold O. R. Cat-.
Its and W. E. Daugherty."
The entertainment committee has
arranged for a social session 'o ttet
held en the nicht of ihe first Tuesday
in January, ai which time the offi?
cers wi'l he installed. All Ifcpta-;
sophs will be invited to attend."
Popular Voung Craftsman Accepts'
Position In Camden.
Mr. Charles L. Putzel, a popular'
young man who lt^s lived here since'
early childhood, has resigned his po?
sition in the drawing room at the lo?
cal shipyard to accept an attractive
offer from the New York Shipbuild?
ing Company, at Camden, N. .1
Mr Putzcl's departure is regretted
by a wide circie of friends. His
mother. Mrs. <". I . Putzel, will con
tinue :o make her home here j
Shelter and Friends.
Whatever may be the indistinctness
of the ftitttre. the groups of friend- i
ships are there; an.l wherever they I
are is a shelter and a borne. However I
strange to us the colony may be in j
which they dwell if. as we cross
the deeps of death, their visionary
forms shall crowd the shore, and poo- ,
pic the hills of that unvisited abode. 1
it will be t-i us a better country, even j
a heavenly.?Min'"?"
Just Arrived, New
Lot of
In White and Gray
Washington Ave. * 2?ih ft
Tuesday, December 8. 1908.
Steamer Ametica (Ger.i Strunck,
Sav^ttnuh to Chesapeake A Ohio Coal
tt:id Coke Company for bunker coal.
Stt-umer Folgute 'Br.l Lewis, Ga'
voston in Chesapeake & Ohio C ii
and Coke Company tor bunk< r coal
Steamer Haxby (Hr.i Kricksen Pen
saeola?to While oak Coal Company
f?u bunker coal
S'eamer Harlyn (Hr.) Thoiburn.
Pcrnau.lina <? Chesapeake & on:
('('.. 11 ami Cuke Com pail) for bunker
Schooner Mary K. Palmer. S.iwyer.
Bangui' to Smokeless Fuel Compa?
ny in ballast.
Schooner Massasuit. Tulloeh, \'ew
Haven to Smokeless Fuel Company
in ballast.
Cleared. f
Steamer Harlyn (Itr.l Thorburn I
Havre Chesapeake & Ohio Coal and
Coke Company
Steamer Ilaxr- ~"r.t Krickscn.'
Co]>enhagi n?Purness, Withy A: Com-J
pany, Ltd.
Steamer Kolgate (Hr.) Lewis, lire-1
men Chesapeake 4i Ohio (' tl und
Coke Company. |
Steamer America (Gei i Strunck.
Bremen?Chesapeake & Ohio Coal
and Coke Company.
ItatKe Bristol for Pawtucket.
Barge Herkley for Plymouth.
Saded. I
Steamers Santanderlna tSpn.) Rqur
tola, (from Galveston) Liverpool; 1
Cilicia 'Itr.i Malleu. (frcm Mobile)
Havre; Haxby (Br.l Copenhagen; pol
gate (Br.l Bremen; American lOer.i j
Schooners William 15. Palmer. J< ti- j
sen Bos-ton; Dorothy Palmer. Hard?
ing, Searsp? rt.
Four for Bunker Coal.
Pour t reign steamships, the ltti is?i
Harlyn. Haxby anil Colgate, and 'he
German America, loaded bunker coal
at this port yesterday. An unusual?
ly large number of foreign steamships
have called here for bunker coal dur?
ing the past two weeks and the tra.te
is steadily increasing.
Tonight will be "benefit night" lor
the Lady Maccabees a; the Hell the?
ater, and reiord breaking crowds are
expected. Last night the theater at?
tracted large audiences again and
both of the vaudeville acts repeated
the hits made Monday evening when
they opened their engagement.
The vaudeville bill tonight will be
the same, and new pictures are an?
nounced for till of the performances
toda.v I
At Dreamland.
"Kalma. Ye Colonial Wizard." with
his floating ball, will be the vaude?
ville headliner at the Dreamland the?
ater during the latter half of this
week, beginning tomorrow. "Kalma"
conies from Petersburg, where he has
been entertaining large audiences
during the past three days. La moot
and Mt'han. drum majors." in a mus?
ical act, will give the second n tu?
Tonight Ivy and Ivy, with their
comedy sketch, will close their en?
gagement. Several new pictures will
be shown at 'the shows todav and to
At the Academy.
Vaudeville and pictures will hold
sway at the Academy of Music again
tonight. Crorch A Richarus will ai>
pear again in their banjo playing
specialty, and AI Spitzer will s'ng a
new illustrated sonc. "The Humpty
Dumpty Cireu.i will be the feature of
the moving picture bill.
One of the acts that made up the
bill Monday nicht was cancelled bv
Manager Hooker because he regarded
it as coarse.
(Continued from First Page.)
te boat with a shotgun, she shouted
to 'he officers: "Come on. you
fiends" The boat was onK a few
feel from the bank of tue river and
several officers da.-hed toward it. The
woman dropped her weapon and setz
lag two of the children sprang into a
boa: and began to row into the mid?
dle of the river.
Pobce Wound Child.
The officers called to her to stop
but she only pl'ed the ?strs. more vig?
orously. The policemen fired a vol?
ley at the beat One shot struck \jn
ta Prat' tearing awa\- the grea';-r
part of the child's face.
She died later.
The woman then surrendered.
At 'he police station sh- -aid tint
*he was Mrs. Platt, wife of the com
paakm of ? ?dam God" and mother
of tb, wounded child.
Trespass Charoed.
K A Lnxnn and A D l?uron. who
claim 'o hail from T ledo Ohio *.
arr^fied In a passenger coach at the
Chesaiwake ? Ohio depot s ding la rt
night by S|?ecial Agents Wa?d and
Wheelcy on charge.* of trespass
Thev were locked up a* -he ? die?
sis t ion
Contmitteemap is Watchman.
Thoma* A Cbaoneey. a m?TObr? of
'Ik- Republitan ePv egecwtlve com
mittee has lie?-n appointed ?^v'm.ii
at..j fl:eman for the local nostonV?*
and custom honac bii kl'i: II
seccteda be ta:e T. F. Rock.
I Many Brokers Already Knew
President's Message by Heart.
Weakness of Telegraph Stock Partly
Due to Recommendation to Congress
That Lines Be Placed Under Con?
trol of Interstate Con-.misaion.
(By Associated Presa.)
XKW YORK. Dee. S. The diminish
ing volume ol business and the nar?
rowing range ol the price Buctuatious
are evUlenee ? >t the growing profes?
sionalism of Ihe s'Ock market. An?
other indication of the same state
?f affairs i- the short duration ol
a price movement In one direction.
The professionals moved prices wltlt
difficulty and are satisfied to lake
small ptofit In a less represent a
j Live class of stocks, however, of small
capitalization and conn,Hing business
of more restricted scope, there con?
tinued to be sinking movements, of?
ten without any development in ex?
planation beyond the direction of pool
hol lers i f blocks of the stock to es?
tablish higher quotations . The pres?
entation of the president s annual
message to (' tigress being the princi?
pal event of the day was seized upon
! for attempted use as a motive force
I tor a price movement.
I Stocks wen- bid up on lie a-sump
Iticti that tie- effect of tin- recommen?
dations if the message would be la
I vorable to values. Tin- substance
lot the message was accurately known
I before hand in many brokers offices,
i In view of the extent ol the reite:.?
tion of views in the message in many
instances ecvered by citations of Ihe
Iprecedents, it was not surprising that
j lack o'f material tor new speculation
i was 10 in- found. The recommenda
jtion to place telegraph and telephone
companies under the jurisdiction ol
I tiie interstate commerce commission!
'caused the weakness in Western in
ion. although los/s by a tire and ex-'
'pressed doubts over recent reports ol j
an intention to advance the dividend
irate had an Influence on that slock. ,
j Its movemen was In direct con?
trast tt> other so-called Gould slocks.
, but which were class.-d for market
! purposes; today with the Harriuians
'on the assumption of increased liar
! r-mai) influence in the group, by rea-,
?sun of financial aid extended. Harr:- ?
'man stocks were the sustaining lea
It ure of the market and Erie was in-'
[eluded in tlu group iu the same man?
ner as was the Could group.
Bonds were firm . Total sab?, par
value $5,376.000 . United States lours
advanced hi per cent, on call.
Total sales today 677.600 shaves,
including: Sugar 400; Tobacco 2,300;
'Atlantic Coast Line 40o; C. & <).
16.400: Consolidated Ga.i SI.100; Louis?
ville & Nashville 1.300; Norfolk Ac
j Western 300; Read:ng S7.70O; South?
ern Railwsry 9.Sou do: pfd 4.1'Mi; Cnio;?
! Pacific. 114.800: Cnited States Steel
I 49.300; Virginia Carolina Chemical 90. j
, Amalgamated Copper. M% I
American Car & Foundry .... 46 $4 !
i American Car & Foundry, pfd lOxVi
j American Cotton Oil . 42'-j
I American Hiu<- & Leather, pfd W-a
American Ice Securities . ->?.-.
Amcr ran Linseed . l?Vi
'American Locomotive.
American Locomctive, pfd .... 109
American Smelting & Ref'ng . . 9<>%j
1 Amer. Smelting & Ref ng, pfj 106 f
! American Sugar Refining . 132 j
j Ann rican Tobacco, pfd . !??"> t
'American Woolen . "I1?
, Anaconda Mining Co. 49>4
; Atchison . ?S?4
I Atchison. pfd . Ml**
Atlantic Coast Lue . 110
Baltimore a Ohio. MS1*!
Baltimore 4c Ohio, pfd . 91 ^4
Brooklyn Rapid Trans t . .v'i
Canadian Pacific . 177
C-ntral Leather . 29>i
Central leather pfj . 1"1 'i
Central of New Jersey . -1
Chesapcake A Ohio . ?"??->
Chicago Great Western . 11*4
Chicigo A North Western ... 17:!>-i
Chicago. Mil A St. Paul . 150 7,
C c.. C 4c St. I>ouis . fisi,
Colors.!o Fuel A Iron . 4ara
Colorado & Southern . ill's
Colorado A Southern. 1st pfd 72*4.
'coioraJo A Southern. 2nd pfd 6*'?j
) Coaeoltdated Gas . l?::*4 ;
C? rn Products. Is',
Delaware A Hudson .. ...... 17*14
I)enver A Rio Grande . 2714
Denver * R o Grande, pfd .. 92\
I DtatHlers" Semrties . 3?\ :
Erie. 3:.??|
I Erie. 1st pfd . 49?? j
Erie. 2nd pfd .
General pectrV. l-'^'s!
Great Northern. s?fd . I4"S|
Grett Northern Ore C'fs 7:'.'. '
Illinois Cen tal. H<
In'erborongh Met . l-'?V?j
Interborongh Met pfd . :,>'?
International Paper. "'i
In'i rna'ional Pai? r. pfd ??*
International Pass*. 31'4i
towa CenTal . . . ::' 'i
Kansas C!-y Soothe, n .
Kansas City Southern, pfd **Ti
IxMiinvtllc a Nashv lie . 123
Minneapolis A S" I/mi* W
Minn.. St P A Saul: S' M 121*4
Miss url Pacific
.\t ?ri, Kansas A Texas
Mi??onrt Kansas A Texas, pfd ?'
National Lead . ?2*
New York. Central . . . 117f%
New York, Ontario <fc nWsi 4*?-%
Norfolk \- Western S.;rs
North American .... . . ">??
Sort her it Put-tie .... . I42H
Huclfic -Mail . ;ts>4
Pennsylvania . 12t*-??
People's (ias. . .,
Pli.tshurg. C ? C. * St ? ns . >. >4
Pressed sieei Car .. .IS'-,
Pullman l'.ilao- C ir ? . 17:'
Kail way Steel Spring I 1 ..
Heading . Hun
Republic Steel. 2?'a
Republic Steel pfd . ? Mi'i
Rock Island o>. . 2?
Hoik l>la;ul Co.. pfd
St IaiiiIn K San Kran ,, pfd t?i
Si Ixiuis Southwestern Wfc
St. i.ouis Soulhwestertt pfd. 7>l:?
Sloris Sheffield Steel & i mi ,K
Southern' Pacific.Iis?'s
Southern Pacific, pfd . ,.. 112 I
Southei 11 Rallwaj j .'??'? 1
Southern Rai way, pfd '?'",
Tennessee C pper ...
Texas A Pacific . tcs,
Toledo. St. Louis A \V< :>>??<.
Toledo, st Uuiis & W? pid i..:>4
1'uion Pa< itl, .... . 1 ??
I'nion Pacific pfd .... t'2 I
I'nlted States Rubber . -H *4?J
Cnlted Stai<> Rubber, , pi.I I?, 1
Tinted States Steel. ."..".v, 1
I'nited States Steel, pfd .
r ah Copper. -t.'n
Virginia Carolina Chenneal .. ?? :t * - ;
Virginia Carol na Chenneal, pfd III
Wabash. iu !
Wa'iash. ptd . 44-<? 1
Westiughoiise Electric . j
Western I'nion . .... >>i '\
Wheeling & |.ake Erie 12 j
Wisconsin Central. :li i
A. T. & T. Co. I2VS'
Standard oil . ?;7:
New York Money Market.
(By Associated Pre?s.l
NEW YORK, D<-c - Money on
; all easy. 2 a 2% pei eent; ruling |
rate 2?4: closing bid 2'?; otfered at
2tj. Title loans a shade tinner; fi"
tlnys 2:'-4 a -1 per cent and S'o days 3
to :!'4 per cent; six months :t'2 per
cent. Close; Crime mercantile pa?
in r 3\ to 4U per cent Steiling ex?
change firm with actual business in
banker's bills at 486.4? a 481.50 for!
f'.'? day bills and at 4*>; a 486.60 for
deniand. Commercial lulls 4MH nl
?4. Bar silver 48%. Mexican dollars I
Baltimore Produce Markets,
oiv Associated Press.)
BALTIMORE. MD., Ix e. 8.?Flour. I
quiet, unchanged.
WHEAT?Dull, lower; spot contract!
102V4 a 102%; Southern 011 grade'
10014 a 103*4.
CORN?Easier; new spot contract
H6V4 :i %; few Southern yellow corn I
ttl'St a Gfi\.
OATS?Firm: No. 2 mixed "1 a 4-|
RYE?'Easier; No. 2 Western ex-j
port S| asked.
BUTTER?Firm, unchanged; fancy I
imitation 24 a 2".; do creamery 32 a
do ladle. 2ti a 21; store packed,
18 a 19. I
EGGS?Farmer pnchanged a 34.
CHEESE?Firm unchanged: new
large 11'.; do flats 14Vj: do small1
14%. I
SI "GAR?Steady unchanged; coarse I
granulated 300; fine r>nn.
Continued from Second Pagel.
feet of straight concrete curb atid j
gutter. 3t 43 cents; lit' feet of curv-1
< d concrete curb and gutter, a' '<'i I
cents?total $2.194.S?t>.
Twenty-mnth street between Jcl
ferson and Madison avenues?l.'^.:"
fee- of straight concrete curb and
gutter, at 4U (en's; 2S feet of curved ;
c. ncrete curb and gutter, at *>3 cents
?total $710-74.
Warwick avenue between Twenty '
fifth street and Twenty-second street
1.380 feel of straight concrete curb
and gutter, at 4:t cents: 14? feet of
curved concrete curb and gutter, at
7*3 cints?total $ CUT.?0.
Twenty-third street between War?
wirk and Jefferson avenues?l.6??t?
feet cf straight concrete curb, a' 4 '.
cents; cost of specials and inle's and
outlets. $27*'?total $9.1800.
Total for ward -$ I9,94.:.7>9
Third Ward.
Chestnut avenue between Twer.ty
sec n l s r> et and Twenty-e-ighth si reej
?."..774 >a:t.s of l'ee'bles' I/o? k oti
.-and foundation wi'h grout filler, at
$1^6. 2.7b4 fee- <f stragbt concrete
curb and gutter, at 43 cents; ?'???'>
feet of curved concreto enrb and gu"
ter. at 7>3 c nts?total $12.lo? 24. \
Itoanoke avenue, from center line
of Twcnt> third street ?0 Twen'y
fifth street?2.31.1 >ards of macadam,
at $1.3?'.: X90 f.-c' <?f straight concrete
curb and gutti r. a' 43 cents; M ?r'?
of curvd concr?'?? curb aao gutter
at c-".U?toiai $7..?7?.C2.
R 3i;o ? avei ae U-tween Twenty
fifth str? Jt and Twenty-eighth s'ree I
3.4??? yaros of macadam, at Jl 3?: 1
I fee' (rf s'raigh; concrete evjrli |
and gutter, at 4:t cents; 14? feel of
'iirv.-d ronc-i ?? ?arb and p :"?:
7..1 rent-.. m>t .f sseCsnuj .'-nd I: i
and OWlleta. fJOO?tssal $.%.3S0 30.
Orcut' avenue Iretween Twenty
fifth street and T*< n'y-etghth s r? ?'
-3.oi4 yards "f macadam, at $' ? ??
l..i:>" feej of ? ra.ght tout re t.- cur!?
and gutti-r. at 43 rents; 140 l?c: rf
. irv?7d mtii r.. o c-irb and gu?t' r a'
'..: c nti- -t >tal $4.v?yi4.
Total for be ward?4TJ?.?.Vi.t?
Fourth ward.
Huntington avenue betweer. For'1
a, reals tr-e and Fiftieth mm
?? ard? of Peebles' bhv k on
foundation, with gr ut glh>r. a ft
1,032 tee', of a ralgbt roacretc cu-'O
and gutter, a -?:; aeutsi tti> feet or
curved cone:iic eorb auj sutler, at
r.,i rents* total $4.s3::.vp.
II uu I UK ton avenue from Fiftieth
t> Fifty-fifth sired 2.7S4 yards or
Peebles' Ido, k oil sand ha e, With
groul filler, at $1 Kti 2,42? f. ol
rtraight concrete curb and gutter, at
t; ccnl ^. 140 lei i ol i nrx ed i oil
rrole eurh and gil'ler, at >.! rcuts
total $t>.2!?2.T?;.
Huntington avenue front Pitt) fif't
s'T'-fi in Fifty-sixth Ktreei yards
of Peebles hloek on sand foundation
with gtoui filler, ,.t JI s-".. 12i feei or
HlruiKhl concrete euih and nutter, :>'
l.?! cents; 42 feet of curved i m ii and
gutter, ai conti. - total ||.'ju.">.:i2.
Wat hingt on avenue be w? cli hrldgi1
and Forty-second si feet- I.M2 yards i
ol Peebles' block, at ?1 Sti; !?*? feel '
ol sit sight e. ut rele curb and glitt? r.
at I.! cents; ??<? feel of curved coa l
cteio ciiib and mittet, a* ">:? cents
total $:s.2H7.27.
Thirty third streei between Hunt
ItiKlon and West avenues ::.u|x yard<'
ol IVebles' block, at Ii s".. 2.00U feel |
of s'raiRhi eoncre o curb and gutter.'
at 4'; cents; ?o-t v> new sewers.
$17'. loial $fi,t>ic.::i>.
Tlllrt) fourth. sMeet between Wash
indon au I West avenues l... i.rit..
Ol Peebles' Iii ik. at $1 v.; 1.. feel
of strululr concrete cuib and gutter
ui 1.1 cuts total $:.L'"'e
Thirty sei und stic-.-: between West
and Huntington avenues (north side I,
I "mi feet of concrete curb and gu'
tor, ?? 42 cent* total $4:??.
Thirty fourth streit between Wash?
ington ami Huntington avenues?
I.ihjs yards <m Peebles' bl ck on mnu
foutiilution with grout filler, at $Im;.
I.uiio feet of airalglu concrete cntii
and I4U n r, tit l:l cents total $'-'.
30* 74. :
Total for waid $2W.t. :::>.
Total for city -$!?S.ti.".?.7t;.
The above I* the engineer's esti?
mate of i he city's share of the pro
IMised work, the than- to I" paid for
bv Ihe str.-'t railway company, being
dedtirti .1 ' hroughotil.
_m m_i
An Argument Illustrated.
"Calling names don't make any real
difference," said the conservative cant-'
paigiier. "No," answered Ihe seien-'
list If ii did Ihose laitln titles we
have bestowed on genus would hdva
discouraged ihi>m Ions aito "
6 ET
"SO EASY" In Solid Gold anrt
"SMART SET" in Gold Filled.
Are ah?olutvly sanitary. They never
detract from facial personality, but
impart a spirited smart expression
ant' an added intelligence to the coun?
tenance, and are so easy to put on
Graduate Opticians,
121 Twenty-sixth street,
Newport N'ewa. V'^?ln;a
Twenty-fifth Street and Washington
TERS IN THE CITY by the dosen,
quart or gallon. Finest Shell Oys?
ters, 25c dor. Fried Oysters a
specialty at 40c per doi., either in the
restarrant or put up in boxes to sand
My restaurant is supplied at all
times with th? best of everything In
season and good service. .1 am also
furnishing the city trade with the
finest fresh, clean opened oysters with
their oure juice, free of water.. Fine
select frying Oysters, 40c per quart.
Fine Stewing Oysters, 25c per quart.
Try them and you will be pleased.
Jennings1 Restaurant
Bell 'Phone 104. Cite. 'Phone 303.
Fish - Oysters
We are receiving daily thousan-ts
of p?> mds of fish of ail kinds. Fin?
est Fresh Ratfbet, Smelt. Cod Fls*.
R?ck. Perrh. Baas, Sbe.pshesd. etc.
l*ri?.-? from ?c s peond up.
Ex'ra Fryfc? Oysters Si "O Per Gal
Finest Select Oysters |i 21 Per <5ai
Fit* She'! OyWer*.$2 .%n bbl. nr
Cherrystone. I.jnnhawn and other
fine oysters a .-ix^-lalty We receive
our n?h a-id oy?t~rs direr- from th<
tishcri? ? and b?-?I*. Wholesale prl-es
to all Hotel-. Rea aurants and >?'
Newport N?ws Fish
& Dyst r Co.
Jeneing A ??osom. Pear..
? ; Wash Are. Mewport News. ' a
Bell 'Phone 164-Citi. Pbore Vi
?!'gatl; n " W.irhlngtssi S!nr.
Icllt.J III carrying i>it She III. Id a
known iill.l will i?' prosecuted
I.iiIn Juynea who aus nearly nine Missed His Mark,
[years oi age when ahdm if I, an t ' 1'lnlip Micliaux, a young negro, was
who would now !>?? a girl approach arrested at Jefferson avenue and
im Hfteen n alive disi pp-ui ed com I'wetit) ill Mi street last, night by Pa
and no trace :t |u>r could i'" tii.lniaii Vli'Mhlck on the charge of
[felonious Khootlng In 'lie strict. He
Iwhs locked up at the ??siton house
l n .mail a preliminary hearing be
'What I ? mi Kulil 'he fiel ul fore Justice 11 row-ft Hl tin
.1 lu>r could i'
Chair of Fo< qetfulness.
t magnate, is to Itud some way of fot
ten mg m> '? roubles
I'hnt s e.isv . ? ans?, red Mr Dili
tin Stax '?<!et them lu put you InJnlgl
the wltuess chair during a trust lu-jfect
p* lice court
moriiltiK Mlchaux, it is alleg
diot ;y another negro, whose
nanu could liol he ascertained last
I he hull.- did not take of.
Capital Dry Goods House
Washington Ave. at JOtti Street
You Can Buy a Stilish
Winter Hat
Fine for Highballs
JTT As a gentlemen's drink Jefferson Club
TiJ Whiskey is recognized as the standard in
Quality and rich flavor. Guaranteed absolutely
pure and recommended for family and club use,
Ask for 'Jefferson Club" and see that you get it
Guaranteed under Um national pure food law.
StraUS, Gunst & Co., Dutifon as. Dutrteen
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Lots 80x150 abovs Flfty-eightr street; very desirable tots
Fiftieth and Fifty-eighth streets; lots In Second and Third
rapidly growing com re unrt.es, ?Rhin 10 minutes of postoftloa.
Call and set Particulars.
Old Dominion Land Co.
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of the
Furniture Co.
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$5.00 to $50.00.
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short notice and easy terms.
Pay others and owe us. Bet
row as chean as you can.
Our business la strictly out
If You Need Honey
See ua before borrowing else
where. We wiil loan you what
money you need.
Our Plan s Simple,
our rate? the lowest.
Money Today if you
want it.
To borrow of us 's merely S
conr.d'r'la; transaction be?
tween honorable people. A call
wiil cocvince you.
Loan Co.
29th Street and Wt
En trsnee 707 ?*th Street
Bell Phone US,

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