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WYOkHNG TRIBE OF REO
HEN HONORS W. A. TENNIS Me Wu Elected the Sachem at the Council Fire Last Night?Mr. Shields is Prophet. At Its regular camp fire last ntgut Wyoming Tribe, No. 4S?, Improved Order of Ked Men. elevated the braves of the tribe to stumps for ihe ccnilng term. The new officers are: Prophet?(Mr. L. A. Shields Sachem?Mr Wilber A. Tennis. Senior Sagamore ? Mr. Sidney Mohseberg. Junior Sagamore?Mr H. L. Dunn Collector of Whiupum?Mr. Frank H. Walker. Chief of Records?Mr. Charles M Bangster Keeper of Wampum?Mr Frank W. IMoore. Trustee?Mr. A. C. Crockett. Representative to great council? Mr. Leroy A. Shields. Following the election of officers the chief's degree was conferred upon oue candidate and about fUteen can? didates were invested with the hunters' degree. PHOEBUS HEPTASOPHS ELECT NEW OFFICERS Mr. Fred A she we 11 Chosen the Archon of Relief Conclave With Mr. E. H. Dore as Secretary. Relief Conclave. No. ill5. Improved Order of Heptasophs, Phoebus, at its regular meeting last night elected of? ficers for the coming term and trans? acted considerable business of interest to the members. The officers chosen were: Archon?Mr. Fred Ashewell. Provost?Mr. Harry A Furuess. Prelate?Mr. Peter Butler. Secretary?Mr. Edward H. Dora. Financier?Mr. F. L. Martini. Treasurer?Mr. J. E. Dixon. Inspector?Mr. Samuel Ghivizztni. Warden?Mr. It. C. Dore. Sentinel?.Mr. Edward Moschella. Trustees?Messrs. William Hauten, Charles Seymour and Edward C. Kai? ser. CAPT. C.I. BONNEVILLE IS REGENT OF WYTHE COUNCIL Hampton Royal Arcanum Council Selected Officers for the Coming Term Last Night. Wythe Council, No. 1248. Royal Ar? canum, last night elected officers tor the ensuing term of six months as fol? lows : Regent?Mr. C. J. Bonnevllle. Vice regent?Mr. E. A. Darden. Orator?Mr. S. H. Sayre. Secretary?Mr. W. T. Westwood. Collector?Mr. W. V. Wood. Treasurer?Mr. Harry H. Kimberly. Chaplain?Mr. I. M. Seymour. Guide?Mr. L. P. Mocre. Sentry?Mr. Ml Wesser. Warden?Mr. -I. G. Fredske. Trustees?Messrs. C. M. Sager. G. F. Guy and Dr. D. A. B?cher. Representative to grand council? Mr. C. M. Sager; alternate. Mr. L. N. Mears. The officers will be installed on the first meeting night in January. Negro Man Insane. Charh s Banks, a negro, was ad? judged insane by a commission of lun? acy, consisting "of Drs. J. Wilton Hope. George W. McAllister and Magistrate W. T. Westwood yesterday. He will lie committed to the Petersburg asy? lum. Money saved is money made?You can save 20 per cent, on your Suit or Overcoat at FRANKEL * EISEX MAN'S. It Frankel & Eisenman WILL ALLOW PerCeni DISCOUNT ON ALL SUITS and OVERCOATS! For the Neat Ten Days. As a Special Xmas Gift to our cus? tomers ? AH tlO'io Suits or Overcoats..! R.on All IIS ?? Suit- or Overcoats. ?IC o* All $lKOo Snlts ?ir Overcoats $14 4?? All %Z?0? Suits or Overcoats. .S1C.SI FRANKEL & EISENMAN 36 W.Queen St HsmptoD.Va. HEARD REPORTS OP THE EOUCATIONAL CONFERENCE Elizabeth City County Teacher*' As? sociation Met In Phoebus Graded School Assembly Hall. The Elizabeth City County School Teachers' Association held its month? ly meeting in the Phoebus Graded School assembly hall yesterday af? ternoon. The session *as devoted to hearing reports from the delegates who attended ihe recent slat" leach ers' conference In Newport News. Among the teachers that told of the conference were Mis-? s lima von Schilling, Blanche Bullifant, Mollie Phillips. Lila Chtsman. Elizabeth Ivey, Edna Mo.-her. Elizabeth Caring and Prof. J. II. Dodge The tu xt meeting will he h< Id in the Syms Eaton academy on Monday afternoon. January 4, when the sub? jects for disc ission will he as fol? lows : "How much of the text should the child b>' required! to master without help ami how much should the teach er help him?" ? Misses Audrey Brit tingham, Lala Harden and Miss Pres? ton "How should :he child's time be occupied iduring study periodi after be has prepared his lesson?"?Misses Pope. Peek and Lindsay. PROBABLY^WILL BE NAMED AS OLD POINT WHARFINGER W. Elmer Copeland, Hampton Young Man, Said to be Slated for the Position. According to a well authenticated report in circulation yesterday, Mr. W. Elmer Copeland. ch-rk in the office of Capt. George W. Topping, w'll be named as the government wharfinger at Old Point. It is expected tnat the appointment will he marie in a day or so and Mr. Copeland most likely will be named. Mr. Copeland is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Copeland. in Armisteud avenue, and his long experience as a clerk in ihe office of Mr. Topping fits him well for the duties of the wharf? inger. He will succeed Mr. J. T. Sproud. whose resignation was re? quested ('. the government authori? ties. It is further stated that should Mr. Copeland become the wharfineer his brother, Mr. Charles F. Copeland will succeed h'm as clerk in the offic of Capt. Topping. BATTLESHIP MAINE HAS ARRIVED IN HAMPTON ROADS First of the Ships to Arrive Here for the Reception of the Home-Com? ing Pacific Fleet. The United States battleship Mainp arrived in Hampton Roads yesterday morning from New York and i3 an? chored near the old Point wharf. The Maine is the first of the vest-els which are to congregate here for the pur? pose of going to sea to meet the Pa? cific fleet on its return to Hampton Roads in FelTiiary. The other ships are the Mississippi and th>- Idaho, which are expected during the next few days. The fighters will remain in Hampton Roads until some time In January, when they will start on the voyage to meet the returning fleet. PHOEBUS MERCHANT ASSIGNS. B. O. Kedan. of Phoebus Furniture Company, Unable to Meet Obligations. I'nahle to meet his obligations, Mr B. O. Kedan, trading as the Phoebus Furniture Store, and conducting a business in Mellen street, filed a deed of assignment in the office of Clerk of the Courts Harry H. Holt yester? day. Mr. Fay S. Collier is named as the trustee and he js given au? thority to dispose of the stock of goods in such way as will best meet the interest of the creditors. Ther ? are creditors in Portsmouth. Norfolk. Balfmore. Philadelphia, and Wake field. Va. The liabilities are placed at at out 11,50*. while the assets are not known, consisting only of the stock of goods. BOY HAS APPENDICITIS. Master Junius Lewelling Brought to | Dixie Hospital Sunday. Suffering with an acgravatcd easel |of append'ciiis. Master Juntas lewel? ling. a seven year old boy of Salt?rs"| Creek, was hrocght fo the Dixie hoe-1 pital and operated upon Sunday night. The operation, which was suc | cessfnl. was i?erformcj by Dr fleorite| W. McAllister It was said at Ihe hospital laft eveninit that the hoy| is getting along splendidly. DON'T GO TO SLEEP-and forg-t I that you can save 2o per cent off the price on anv Suit or Overcoat at FRANKEL * E1SENMAN S I . This Is Worth Reading. Loo F. Zelinshi. of M tilhson St.. Bnffjh'o N. Y.. nave ' I cured th?- mos' annoying cold *ore 1 cv-t had. with Huek>n's Arnica Salve I applied this salve once s d*y for two days, when every trace of the sore was zvme." Heals all sores. Sold tmd?*r 'gnaranbe at Ail Druggists JSc. Take yonr prescriptions to HUIA.'?| Cut Rate Drug 8tore. n 4 ul If Your Physician i Writes charity on yonr pr? scriptK?? j we wfll All then free of charge, J OONOnON PHARMACIES. 10 1? If Take your prescrip'ions to Hl'LI.S Cu- Rate Drug Store. ll-4tf i-aa ^ ^^sm a> i^sanA n> "h "h "fci~m ~n ?AA "Mi^ 1 ^ ^^Ait^kAA^AAlsBAAl&V&A^AM "?w.y!y 999999-99-^999 9<M*W\9-&*J<9<W W-^kW^ ^ I Dennison's Gift Dressing | X Add Significance and the Finishing Touch to a Present! T Seals, Labels, Tegs, Boxes, Napkins, White Wrapping, Holly, Tissue and Crepe Papers; Gold Silver and Color Twines. =.? WE CARRY A FULL LINK OF Latest and Popular Books, Books for Boys and Girls, Bibles and Hymnals, Christy, Fisher and other Calen? dars, Christmas Booklets and Post Cards, Albums Paint Boxes, Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens. % fSCHRAUDT'sj j BOOK STORE! I I 42 W Queen St. Hampton, Va. j % AGENT FOR THE DAILY PRESS j THE BIG SIX ? i4 Mirer Alter y ctdcct n [Lights Cheap!! i i i X % 13 WEST QUEEN STREET THE WOMAN'S STORE WHO ARE YOU GOING TO MAKE A Christmas Present? Is it mother, father, sister, brother, grandmother, grand? father, cousin, sweetheart or friend? It does not matter for whom, it might !.*?, you can easily !>?? suit'd here. We have an array or. Christmas ariicle.s that will suit every taste as well as everybody's Pocketbook. Remember that these articles ar<. also going a( a RE? DUCED PRICK as our t RED TAG SALE t lasts until the very day before Christmas, inspect our ENORMOUS X.MAS STOCK. We invite you to i Usb GAS and Sav< 50 Per Cent. The most brilliantly ilium-j inated stora am thosi t t-iug] GAS Among the Users Mailers Personal George Washington's Debt WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. II ? The Hovse committee on war claim' will meet Wednesday to hear the case in which the State of Virginia loane.i President George Washington a large The Keconehtan Literary Cirri will meet with Mrs. J. T. Houtelle, jri | amount of m.mey. Carey street, this afternoon, when 'he' If payment is ordered it will he iisccj fins! lesson in Much Ado Alxnit to build a boulevard from the city ot Nothing will be the stud>. Washington to ML Vernon. The I claim now am Hints to $120.. Representative Carlin is actively Miss Grace .Winter, of Portsmouth. !s the gmst of the Misses Davis, in Arm (stead avenue. She is here to at? tend the Cooper-Davis marriage to? morrow. pu.-hing 'he matter. Mr. Clif Tovve. Jr.. an,! Mr. W T. Moss and daughter. Miss Lucy. Hampton Muss, of N< W|?ort News, spent Sundav , Queen with Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Parker Armistead avenue. In Mr. Whiting's Store. Fancy articles, dolls ami cake sale will b- given in the Window of th-' Kurni'ure Store. Wei' et. on Friday afternoon December IV by S'. Acr.es Gnlld, of St. John s Episcopal cnurrh. Every !>odv Invited. Mr and Mrs M C. Armstrong hav? re-urne,i from a visi- to Colonel ami Mrs. William Taylor. ;n Boston Mr. J. Arch, r Vaugiian ha- return? ed from a visit of several days mi Richmond. 2? n?T rent, off on any Suit or Overcoat is a pret-y ni< ?? Xmas vift Coast iti md get yours al FRANKEL \- RISEN MAN'S It. ' CONGDONS PHARMACIES. WOOD'S PHARMACY. CA BELL'S PHARMACY. GARDNERS PHARMACY, HULL'S PHARMACY. DONAH UK'S PHARMACY, ROWE'S DEPT. STORE. T. A. COOKB, RANSONE BROS., B. KATZ. MARCUS CLOTHING STORE, RICHARDSON * BUSH, CURTIS ? ALEXANDER, TRAYLOR'S BAKERY, KEARNEY BROS, TERRY'S PLACE, T. J. DALY, E. C. HUNT. Gas Heaters just the thing! for these cool morning* andj evenings. Hampton & PiicebusGasCo. F. U MARSHALL. Managtr Mrs. P. 7. Woodftn. i: avenue, has as her g-ti's'. N-th Bancroft, of Boston ColumW.i Miss EH/4 \o dnll tint s at CHEYNE'S Stu d'o. He is as busy as a bee. Hi< SUKgi ^'i"!)- aliout a do'.-ri fotoetrsN w<e I<1 ? a dsmlv and Inexpensive Xmas ^-.f has raugbt the public it. HELD MEMORIAL SERVICES. M ed Your Rutiness! If von don t nobody sill It Is your _ , [business to keen ont o," all the tron Exeelwor Lodge Remembers its Oe*d b,? ym rap an4 ^ rafl wiu Sunday Afternoon. | keep otif of liver and bowel trouble Excelsior Ixidgc of Col red F.l?< If \ou take Dr King'* N>w Ufe Pilrs held it. annual memorial services In. They r> ep MliousneM. malaria and 'he Qeeen street Rap'is chn'ch Son- j.'luod'C* out of your system. 25c ot day sfternoon. which were attended hy 41l Drttgg1?ts. a large cr*v?d TIm-:.- w ? Kik ??????_______ present from Newport News and Nor folk Dr W K Atkins, the grand ( _ _ r . welt, d ruler ..f 'he ? . i t i R ,f tor wavx a qt" ART HALT John Orav. the grand .hvj.laln were n^ w MT of food oyB. present I ter* or clams call 'Fbooe 1J* or The services in 'he church were, senc1 to HUDOINS* DOCK. Hampton i ?srensive and svevenilate. 9 Zi'l. WANTEO. Buy the Best Mattress! Sterns & Foster GUARANTEED. Ten Other Kind?. We seil more Stoves and Rangst than any firm ht-rv. Let iw ?eil yon oue. Newell & Co. It W. Qittt SI. PSum SHI ,D POIN s OPKN KVKNING8 I'NTIL CHIHSTMA* Open Evenings Until Christmas Qift Suggestions in Every Department Ro we's Department Store RANSONE BROTHERS Are Showing Hany Handsome and Useful Christmas Presents THERE 18 i. jTHING BETTER THAN A NICE SET OF PURS) .lackmnn's Furs from . $5.00 to $50.00 I.U.?.-S- Suits from . $10.00 to $25.00. Coats . $5.00, $10.00. $15.00. $20.00. $25.00. La dies' or uentiemen's I'mhreilas. $1.00 to $10.00. Lad!??' or Gcin.enicn's Slippers . 50c to 82.00 Children's Red Room Slippers. 75c to $1.28. Ransone Bros. 8 & 10 W. QUEE.,' ST.. HAMPTON. VIRGINIA., FOR RENT BY MORGAN Cf COMPANY! No. 322 Center street, 8 rooms?ba'li, furnace, large lot and out? building thoroughly modern home, $20.00. No. 326 Marshall street, 11-room, bath, furnace, large lot_ $36.00. No. 329 Center street, 11 rooms, city water.$28.00 No. 353 Creek aven/ue, 6 rooms bath, fruit, and large lot... $16.66 No 317 Fulton street. 6 rooms .$15.00 LaSallo ave.. 7 rooms.. .$12.00 Mai lory ave., 7 rooms_$lo.ou Brown st., 6 rooms.$10 00 Poplar ct.. ? rooms.$ ?00 No. 238 L*e st., 5 rooms. .$16.09 No. 129 Wine st. 7 rooms, $10.60 Messengers: st.'.$10.00 LaSallo ave.. 6 rooms_$10.00 No. 344 W. Queen st., 6 rooms .$ 8.00 A nice Newport News avenue home for sale st $3,250.00 OB easy t- mis; corner lot 52x202. s room house. Double tenement on West Queen street, paying 10 per cant, at a bargain. Phoebus houses on easy terms at low prices. M. H. MORGAN & CO. INSURANCE?LOANS?BONDS. 9 and 11 North King Street, Hampton r Fire In.> uiance and Real Estate H S. THOMPSON a E. QUEEN STREET. 'PHONE 482 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. T. L. SCLATER, . . Manager HENRY L. SCHMELZ, Pres dent. FRANK W. DARLING, i] Vice-President BANK OF HAMPTON Hampton, Virginia ITS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CITHER HAMPTON or NEWPORT NEWS. Capital, Surplus, 110,000.00 4140,000.00 DB?*05ITS OVfck ??sfc MI|.UO\ LK>?-LaR5. The only designated d- posit a ry In the S at.- of Mrgtnla to Eas era Virgin a. We make loans on Real Estate--NOT PROHIBIT ED?as ere the National Banks. 4 m KIT. HTCIEST PAID 01 SHIMS ICCOIITS NhLSON S. OROo.ie Cashier DON'T LIT THE BURGLAR GET YOUR K?*ptt in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. HAMPTON, | VA . *lif>re it will lv SAKE. 4 ?, Interest On H> w. Kimbtrl Savings Accounts I CttUtt.