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Sctoaner iyarner Moore Rescued bg die Jatms W. Paul, Jr. VESSEL IHM068ED OFF CAPES Net Oaring to Attempt to Spend Night on Craft, the Skipper and Hie Men Took Refuge in Boats?Second Shipwrecked Crew Brought Here In Three Days. After being tossed al>otit in the At? lantic ocean for twelve hours In a small open iutat !n which they aban? doned their waterlogged aehooner. Captain Krank Crock? tt und bis crew of six men of the three-masted schooner Warner Moore of Rich? mond, Vs., were rescued :!."> miles routneast of Winter Quarter light ship at 4 o'clock Thursday morning by the big five masted schooner James w Paul, Jr.. Captain heecb, ? from Boston. The Paul arrived at this port about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and the sh'pwrecked crew was landed here. Thin was the sec? ond shipwrecked crew to lie brought to this port wnnln three days and the Moore was Ute fourth schooner that was waterlogged off the Virginia coast during the recent northeast gale. Seams In Hull Opened. The Warner Mooore was bound from Charleston, 8. C, for Provi? dence, R. I., witn a cargo of lumbir She ran Into the nor'east gale off the coast of Delaware Tuesday night. The pounding of the nioiinlu'nous seas opened seams in the vessel's hull and ahe began to leak rapidly, la suite of the desperate efforts of the crew to kiep down the water In the hold, the versel continued to fill and she became waterlogge.i Wednes. day afternoon. Captain Crockett and his men stuck by the craft until about 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The seas were very high at thatjjmc and the skipper decided that he und his crew probably would pcr'sh on the ship Wednesday night and till hands took to the schooner's small boat. Picked-up By Tug. The little boat rode the storm "*;*ly and the crew was picked up "rjr Thursday morning by the Deg W. Paul. Jr.. which was com ?g down the coast. The PauJ had Id a Tery rough tune d iring the aale and tue cr?w wts on the look oat for wrecks of smaller craft. Besides Captain Crockett, who 'ives in Rockland. M. , the members of the Moore's crew were: Mate John Pino ami Seamen Joe Fousaeke, Manuei OVmsacko. Joe Gowas and Lewis Dlas. Of Providence. R. I. and Steward Har ry W. Wakely. of Boston. The Whrncr Moore was owned by W. H. AHlron, of Richmond. Va.. and was built in Newhuryport. Conn., in tSf.3. She was of 44.'! net tonnage aad was 144 feet long. :54 feet broad and IS' feet deep . In Path of Navigation. The wrecked arhr.oner lies directly In the path of navigation along the coast and <he derelici destroyer Se? eweg probably will lie sent out to search for and destroy her. Social-Personal Mr- aad Mrs. T. Wirt Jsckson an-] aoence the marriage of their daugh? ter, atlas Adeline, to,Mr. Edward W line, Tuesday, December 22nd, 15K?8. 1st Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee will be at home after February) lag 1*0?, at 134? Can- avenue. Mem pfels. Teen. The bride is plessantly] re meat be red la Newport News, bav? ins; frequently visited her aunt. Mrs. Pearey Poarch. 500V Huntington ave-l Mr. George Ruckmar.. of Washing W D. C is spending the holidays wtth hia parents Mr and Mrs. Wil F. Buck man 54? Twenty ninth Ms. George Williamson, or Rich S. Is vtettlng hi* paren.s. Mr and] anWk Maiss Williamson. St.". Twenty street. I Bessie Canis. who is s;udvir?g la the Rost as vonsevv story of ts spending the hoii.lsys with aar father City Treasurer J M Cur tas ea Thirty-fourth ?ir*-et. Mrs. V. S Bishop, of Cam Jen N Take* place of (loom when yoa know you have la the aaaas a bwttie of Goemn's Preparation , which conquers Croup. COMs. Pneumor.ia and all silssewts a hers Infiaav ssatioa a? ?V cause. Kx teraal- It srauers caa geetloa fee: Mc: ??d We* Mctaaag rust as; good and nothing better, j Goose's Prepar&iion is the name All dmggtta tag ?oaaj. J., i* vialtlug lnr parcnta In North Knd. Mr. Albeit O Ixximis. who Is a' < mil:v Cornell University. Ih spend trig the hoi'day* with hla parents, Mr, and Mrs <t P Looinis on Forty ninth street. Mr. I>e Popeland and wife "I Washington. l> C, are visiting ui the honii- of Mr R. C. Robinson, on Twenty-nlnlh Bireet. Mr. T. I' Duncan is spending >he holidays on ib>- Eastern Shore hue ? inn. ? Mr. J. H. Wheeler is spending a week in lsl<- or Wight count) on i hunting trip. Messrs John llainiltou and Win ston Dwvla let:, last night tor Haiti more to spend s? veral days with re? latives and flien.Is Mr R T Went lert last nicht for Wilmington, Del., where be will make his home in the future. Miss Ruth Hutcheson. of Richmond i.- the ?liest of her cousin. Miss Mae Marshall in Baal Bad, Mr. Junies Williamson. ,lr, is spend ing ih*- holidays with his parents, Mrs. C. V. Verell left yesterday for Petersburg to spend the holidays. Mrs A ('. Rlddiford left yesterday I evening for Bnoree, s. C, to in- the j tuest of her daugll'er, Mr* Frances I.. Llgou, until Spring Messrs. John Marshall and .1. B. Marshall, of Charleston, S. C, are vis iting their brother. Mr IV T. .Mat shall, in Bast Knd. \fmm at sea Steamer Julia Luekenbach Arrives lilt Twisted Stem. STRUCK CUBAN LINER CAMAGUEY Skipper and Edgar Luckenbacb, of the Owning Company, Decline to Give Details of the Accident?Cu? ban Voasel Continued on Way. I The American steamer Julia Luck ! ? Ubach, enroute from New York for t Porto Rico, and the Cuban steamship I Camaguey, bound from Cuba for New I York, were in collision off the Virgl | nia Capes Thursday morning during some heavy weather. The Lueken? bach had her stem twisted antl sev? eral 'plates'on her bow bu lly damag? ed. The Cuban steamer backed off after the accident and proceeded on her voyage. She did not show any distress signals and it Is not thought that she was badly damaged. After the collision the Luckenbacb steamed to thi8 port and now is an? chored in the harbor. Mr. Edgar Luekenbach. head of the I.uc kenbacn Company, of New York, has arrival here to Investigate the accident ard I; ok nftcr the re|?alrs to the ship. Neither Captain Connell or Mr. Laak enback will discuss the accident and the cause of the collision Is not known. The I.ink:-nbach will be surveyed by Lloyd's Surveyor Marsden and she probably will be repaired here. The work may corn In the nelghborheo.l of ?7,001?. VsWdtffllf <?9 Pictwtt The management of the Bell thea ter promises for this week s -how th?t is expert,^ to l?e one of the beat yet offered the patrons. The vaude? ville features will be "Fauns." a ma alcian. and 'The Deacon." coim-disn. Both of these acts proved to t?e win? ners In Norfoik during 'he pas' week * All ne? pictures by Palhe w;U be shown tomorrow, the program includ? ing "The (iillant Guardsman." an c*i citing drama, and "The Silhouette? ' During the pasi WM; thodSand have been entertained at 'he Bell and tbe tmr-- ro'ed the show a good one in spite 0f the very un.'av orable weather, the hou.se wan well ni!ed at everv performance Christmas Day HAD TRIALS AT SEA. Result of Montana's Tears Will be An now need Later. Contrary to previous announce? ments, 'he new armored cn;i*er Von tana ws? riven her tna] ?pe?d tests when ?he pi?4 to )??>?< fron Hamp'nn Roads Monday As no ssane.Td'slr.K trials had been given the cruiser since new propell. rs were i,stalle 11 at the N? rfolk navv vard. the -ewult of 'he tests will no' be known nnti! after a standardisation te?? haa been hebt tavannmh Oec?nee to Pay. I By Associated Press i ATLANTA, GA.. Dee 2*.--Ts. State control'.-- general's office an ronnced oday that offlrUl- of rhar ham county. In which s?. ? ? *> is sitasied had declined to pav any "n?-ar beer" 'axes Into 'he S'atc trensnfv A S'ale tsx of *y*> t?-r annum is levied on the sale of ' near beer." . i St. Paul's tills Morning. LOHN WILL ATTEND IN BODY Clirictmat Music Arranged by Choirs of Several Churches?Suojects for Sermons Announced by the Pas? tors?Last of Series. Itn-mon,! and l'< iHtiMila lodges, A. F Hi \. M., Will attend services in ii Ii rlj ii' Si. 1'aul'n Episcopal church i ins murnhiK ai II o'clock, and tb' rector, Rev. W Ii. Allen, ?.??ill preach a special Heruion, this being S John's, the Bvaugelist's Day. Tile usual Services will be coni'iUet ed al Si Paul's loday, as follows: j Holy communion al 7:3b; Sunday j school and Hilde classes al !t: |;, im , Masonic services at II a 111.: I evening prayer and sermon at 7:15" p. in Christmas services will be conduct? ed at the Newport News Bapt'st | church loday. The pastor. Itev. Ijoyd T. Wilson. D D. will peach al II o'clock this morning and ui 7::H?j o'clock this i veiling. Sunday school will be conducted at 9:45 o'dor-k, and the Baracca class meets at in o'clock. The following program has been at-1 I ranged for the services today: MORNING. I i 1 Organ voluntary?Mrs. C. C. Epes.. IDoxology?Congregation. Anthem- "Shoui the Glad Tiling.."; .J. Lincoln Hall. Choir. I Scripture r< tiding. Prayer. Not fees. Offering. Am hem?"Slug O Heavens" | I . Caleb Simpler | Choir. I "Hail Thou Long Expected Jesus" J?Congregation. | Sermon?"The Savior's Vi-it to This World." "We Praise Thee o Ood"?Congre? gation. I Benediction. ? Organ post hide EVENING. Organ voluntary Mrs. c. c Ki>-s I loxology ?Congregation. I "Hark the Clad Sound"?Congrega? tion. Anthem?"Blessed Is He That ' Cometh" . Berthold Toms Choir. - i Scripture reading, 1 Prayer. Notices. Offering. . Solo - "O. Holy Night". I . Adolph Adam. Miss Ada Brooks Hark the Herald Angels Sing" Congregation. Sermon?"A Faithful Witness of Jesus Christ." "Glory to God On llinh." -Congre? gation. Anthem There Were She]> Attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism Left Sufferer With No Appetite Skin Peeled and Hair Came Out in Bunches- Bed Sores Devel? oped -Mi Treatment Failed Until A TRIAL OF CUTICURA PROVED SUCCESSFUL "About four years sen I had a very Bseers attack of inflamtnat >rr rheuma? tism. I was taken very ill and ??.- *oon in a high fever. I dkl net leave my bed for four months, and during llirc* of those month* I eoukl net move vol? untarily, the pain wan w> inter**-. My stun peeled, and lite high fever played havoc with 'he lustre of mv hair, ?hieb Came ot it in hniM-hss. I also hail three large Us I pores n my tstck. - two on the snsnsksen awl one st the waist, 1 could have cried the fir-t tun? I M* mr?Hf in a mirr-'r. I bed l<-l fully thief v-six )<ouii>k>. and l<? k-.t like a j oacmimpure. I not gait very J rapidly, and mv api?-t:te was very p.?ir. . When I wns aMe to ri around, 1 had ' nil my friend? sdri,inn remtsiM~ so.I all gijar?iH.<ed '?ure cur?.' I tried many. But they were of litUe bei?, and until I tried Cut., ura Ro?olv? :.t I h . I t i l no real relief. That sow me Mich an UppeOte that I felt half Marvecj ,-t? .ii; nil the time, ami I immediately oesnn to gam in weight, my complexion cleared. ' ami i felt better." The bed ?ic-> j-nt ! very eooo after a few apfli ati :i- <d J Ctitieura Ointment, aixi wiw-n I :?. .1 i Cutk.-ura S<?p a* ? no.:mpuo an.l Oiti- j core Ointment s>? a nwusssge, mr hair ' began to regain it- former glnsnv* ap- | pearanoe. I am n-aKv aH ma*V nrer. i and cannot say enough for the i ntiriira ; Rewjediea. Mir? Knvin* I H IM It-.od St.. Si..:::! ? ? 1 ?in. . March 6 and 12, MB. i ITCHINQ DEVILS | Are little patches of eczema ?n tla? j skin. wwJp.or baiida. which a~c m?'ani;r i?-lieTed and ?peeo?tv cured, in the ' majoritr of enaea. t*v gmtle an- anSSnjnj of Coticura Oin?n>??. the great Skin Cure. puowWd by warn .???? with < utK-nra HVian. T> ? .;. when ajl etae fail*, and ta pore, nweet, |?Tm .'ii-:t. and erounanirai. ft SBSJJ ???*rv> mt Iwtwnui Ti ?? SUS wv tTt nUsMe at Staam nmtmm *a* a Spaa ?ua? e*- ? <?? iwi*-mrt <%ar .?. ? ,r~~ tar >?.?, rt??v-.ir? <<iata>-<rt .Iff . m ;>mi u* ?Tai tad Ii. His '...... ('Ii ills Vincent Choir. Benediction Organ |K>stlude. Cheitnut Avenue V tnadist. Rev. I .1. Itraiirord, n puti.or, will preach :ii Mi'- Chestnut .venue Meth (Hilst eililich Ill's moruil i: on the sub jeet, "The l'iiH|M>akabl Gift." The usual services will lie icld :it o'clock tili- evening. :n special mu? sic lias I a airaugc)) ..i !>otli ihe morning and evening ? viees. The Simdi'j eliool in? els id ':!"> o'clock. Church of Ch: st. Communion services III i.e con ducted al the Tweni) 'Uri Ii Si i-eel Cnureh of Christ. Tin i. will be Sun du\ school ul M o'clo a this niorii i !!>.'. , Tabernacle Baptist. Ii? \ W ; S iie, ih pastor, will preueh today <?n the I lowing suli jects: I! a. in "VUul s n s"; 7: ::o p in . 'Tie- (;.. ntesl hii.;- in the World." First Preabvtr "ian. Rev. K T Wellford, iasfor of 'he First Presbyterian ch eh, tonight will preach the last o! his sermons on "Things Yuia Wain > Know '' lint theme being "Why We llelieve Jesus is Divine.^1 Special Cl istmas music has been arranged hv he choir for both the morning an,| evening sir vices. The pastor wil preach al 11 I ?'clock this morning a> usual The [Sunday school ami Hi!.-- classes will meet at '' SO .1 in. Trinity Methcjist. Regular services will be conducted al Trinity Methodist ilntrcn today, prenehiug both morn Iii: and evening by the pastor, Rev. K. Dad in tin. St. Vincerrt'a Catholic. Services will be conducted a; St. Vincent's Catholic chu; Ii t -day an follows: First mass at 8 a. m.: second service al 10:11 a in.: Sun .lay school at " p. m.: Iienedietlon of the blessed sacrament ;! 1 ;i. in. East End Chrstian. I'suil services will held a' the Hast Knd Christian church :H II o'chithis morning at I 7 :w o'clock this evening, the psstor, R v. Mur? doch W. Ruth r preach! ? at both ser. HUNDRED SAILORS ENJOY ENTERTAINMENT AT REST Annual Christmas Tree Given by La? dies .if the Guild a Delighl ful Affai.. I About i ue hundred sailors belong ing to I he crews of merchant -hips in licit gathered ai tie Sailors' Rest last nicht and enjoyed ihe annual en I lertainmeii and Chrlsunas tro< of the Rev', ui\.-r cn.ii r the auspices of the ? Ladles' l!.-!p fiuiid The affair was one cf the mos notabli of many nur cessful entertainments at Hie liest. I A delightful* liter rv and musical program was rendered, alter which ib tars received comfit baas and packages of candy ml nuts from the ?a;U decora '.ed Christraaa trees. Among the numb, s on the program were songs hv M'-s Odessa Teater and IJttb Miss Creasy: recitations by Miss Kose T:. utmaii. M:s. Fred Manville. Master Maynard Caffee and Master Klten Nexren: a violin solo by Mr K Feano Heath an.I s piano solo by Mrs. s A Thompkins. A number of 'he' sailor gutsts sang "Home Sweet Home" ai d oiher pop ular old songs. I Arrangements for the entertain ! mein wen made by Mesdames Mel Vin, Xexsen. Caffi >? and I> S Jones iiiui M'ss St. ph. ? son. assisted by the .other ladies of .be Cuild ALL OUT FOR PRACTICE. _ Y. M. C. A. Basketball Team Getting Ready for Wednesday's Game. All the basketball players of the Y M (' A h".ve been rennested to tu.ii out for practice tomorrow night. ? when the association's first team wi?l I get ,|nwn tj haul juaetiee in prepara? tion tor the game with the Bramble ton Athletic Asso-iation's five, of Xor : f.dk W--dn< sday night. Next Sat unlay night the associa? tion team will play a five c?mpo.aei < f young collegians who formerly played with the association. Among tho-e from whom the five will be felected are CottreH, Percy, Hamil? ton. Rowlx'ttoni and three Hugh's boys. Meeting 'or Mcr.. R. \ I T I had; en. pastor of Trlni Method! t ehiirrli. will addn ss the men's m.-cfing cd r :he auspices o' the Vo?; . XV h !-t ian \- ,h-.< 'ton at the Wo:..|. and theatre at 3 <. <-'. rk 'bis aft> r- ? it HARRY Bt??ESF0R0. HAWS' COUHStL MAKES OPENING STATEMENT (Ontlnued from First Psge). when T?nning bad the captain in t??M gr;i^|i anii was about !o si l ike him. It was thin, mid the attorney, thai ITH am Son cried out: 'Dou'i huri him, ii - s my brotlii r ' What Defense VV..I r>rove. Mr fSliHy promised u> show all, or most of nil the statements attributed to Thi.i nton .) Hains nre al I sollltely |a!s DIlJ lintrile; that every 1 ahot ii as dischargi I before Tliornton was even upon the Boat; that Mis Annls was not cm the float and ihn: a plslol was net presenteil at her . hack, mid "that in isinueh bis I brother was insane or praetically i!>' i prived of Iiis reason, the ileleiidant 'was only endeavoring to prevent liitu from committing -m aci ? 'uugorous o him?e|f or to am i hei " Adjotirnmeiit was cikeii un-il Fii day. Dies of Injuries. (By Associated Press.) XKW YORK. Dec :<:. George C. Hurlburt, for nr.re than 3?) years librarian ot' ihe American Geographic Society died today as a result of In juries sustained yesterday in a col? lision betwei ii an automobile in which he and his daughter. Mis- I! liene Htirlburi were tiding and a trol. ley eai In Central Park. i Miss Hurlburt, who also was badlv I insured, w ill recovi r. ' ? ~ Mind Your Business! If you don't nobody will. It is vour business to keep out of all the trou? ble you can and you can at:d will keep out of liver ar d bowel trouble iff you lake Dr. King's New Life Pills. [They keep biliousness, malaria and [Jaundice out of your Bysten. 25c at ! AH Druggists. NORFOLK TALLOW CO. i Buys Hides, Tallow, Crease and Bones. Best market prices! Dead animals removed on short notice, free of charge. C. H. SCHOFIELD. (Between Hampton and Hivervlew, jon Shell Road). Address, R. F. D, 44. Elizabeth City Co., Va. Bell 'Phone R4-L. One Price io Ml! Remember We Are Still Giving 10 Per Cent. on Men's, Boys' and Children's SUITS, OVERCOATS RAINCOATS and SWEATERS Garner & Co* NOTICE Jfow I? the Imc to c t vonr Xmss gif?*, heransc wc are offering our j-?elr? Ik low cost. A 14k. 7-jcwe|. ?olid gr><d watch. American movr sr.enl. for Jl.V.n Wa'che? cuaran teid for 9 y ars. Slain or Wal'h .m movement for fie. h?Md soil Ring . art h se?s j! ?> to |4 Watch Fol?? 7> up to U A a?rn r*hri tmt? and a happy tr* -car to aP. N JtlTTI.E. ??C j'ff- rson A;. Established 1W?. i f Elp Creamery Butter 32c Pound Best Granulated Sugar, 5c Lb. SPECIAL SALE WEEK OF DECEMBER 28lh Marshall Kippfred Herring. 2 cans . ??? 20c Fat Norway Mackerel, each . 5c A. &. P. C?-.ttup, small bottle. 11c A. & p. Catsup, medium bettle. 18c A. & P. Catsup, lart'j bottle .? 30c A. &. P. Bali B we, 1 4 pourt J bt>x . . .'? - 8c Chloride of Lime a can .. 8c Potash er Lye. a can. 3c Full Cream Oheerc, a pound . 17c A. & P. Evaporated Mik. smai| 5C; ir.edium, i cms . 25c Empire Brand Picklis. small, 12c, medium, 18c, large . 30c A. & P. Pure Lard. No. 3 psil. 45c; No. 5 pail . 70c Extra Checks This Week Also With Tea and Coffee 1 with :t pk<:s. A. & p. Minct' Mi al L' wit 11 l CAN A &P. Pimn Pud !iiii> . 2 WITH 1 CAN TK1' milk . WITH 1 JA It A.&P Jam . WITH I CAN SITU tana Sp!c . WITH 1 CAN A.&P Paprika . 25c 20c 10c 15c 10c 10c .: WITH ! HOT. Stiiffid Olives _ ?1 \\ ITH I PKIJ A & V WITH Pi ais WIT 11 1 lit IT. C ?: ? ITH 1 HOT. A Ail' ?? WiTII I AN KKI) Alaska Salmon . 25c 10c 15c 12c 10c 15c & ATLANTIC & PACIFIC Bell Phone 4y Citz. Phone 63 2603 Wash. Ave. Hampton Delivery W Bn'.ti-vard X??-i Capital Dry Goods House Washington Ave. at JOth Street A CLEARANCE SALE OF While it is admitted that we sell FURS at lower prices than an} oiherstore we will still further cut the price. ? Monday you may have choice of any Fur in our house at One-fourth Less Than the Marked Price This means about HALF of what you would p.iy elsewhere. If you waut FURS this is your chance to SAVE MONEY. Don'c neglect it. Customers from Old Point, Hsmpion and Phoebus, allowed car fare on pur? chases of $5.* 0 or over.