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Fleet of Coal Carriers Pots Back
to Roads lor Shelter. STORM ALONG COAST REPORTED Fop, Dunncj fart Few Or- s Has Kept Vesse e. Bit Coal Docks Have Been Kept Bu?y?Lightahip No. 72 On Tail of Horseshoe Station, \ large number of coastwise e ;il carriers, schooners and bjrg< s, that itave been in Hampton Koads for sev? eral duvs awaiting t.iu weather, start? ed, to seg yesterday morning, hut ipcvfof them returned in the aft< r ujon on account of reports <;f a storm loiniug up tin- coast. The foggy weather , . the pa*! few days has not Interfered o any great extertl with ibi coal trade here. Many vessels wer. in port waiting :'or c: : goes when the unfav irable conditions set in, and the docks have beeu work itig steadily. SHIPPING REPORT Wednesday, January 6, 1909. Arrived. StC iiner Mount Royal (Iii . i par cell.?, Galv< . ton- to White dak t ??al Company for bunker coal. Sc boom r Alma 1". A. lb 'mes. Smith, from Norfolk?to .Maryland Coal and Coke Company in ballast for cargo. Cleared. Steamer Mount Royal (Br.l Par c Iis. for Liverpoof. Steamer Grangewc ?] (Br.l Hats well, for ChristObaJ. Canal Zone. Sailed. Steamers Joseph Vaccaro (Br.l Simpson. Glasgow; Bay 1'i.rt. Jensen. Providence; Hay State. Sneidern. Boston. * Schooner K.!;;h Olcott, Harris. New Haven. Barges Felix and I. T. Chapman. Prrvidence; Biwabik, New Bedford. MARINE NOTES. _ I The British steamer (Irangewc-od. Captain Hat?Wcll, has finished leading and will sail todav for < nristobai. Ca? nal Zone. She has aboard a cargo of 4.?UO tons of coal v*lu .1 at $12. fiuu. loaded by the ts< rwind Wh.te Coat Company. The British steamer Mount R yal. Captain Parcells. arrived hire from Ca!ves;on yesterday and will sail for' Liverpool todav : l or being supnhed with 65?) tons- of bunker ccal by the , White Oak Coal Company. _ I The Norwegian steamer .Tiiliru went into dry dock No. 2 at the shi;i yard yesterday, afernoon tor cleaning and painting bottom. The fug GiV-Vm Ki:-g is a Hi shipyard for minor repairs to m ehinory. Ncticc to Shipmasters. The following notice h.is D.-en is? sued by Commander Goo. Mallison. U. S. V. inspector of equipment Et the fhipyrrd: Owing to the failure f tfa tlm" circuit. The time hall was dropped 10 sfcends past noon by the cltronome ter-in ihe office of the In-pec'or of Equipment. V. S. N. Shipmasters m;v obtain a compari son by this chronometer :tt any time betwi-n It a m an.I 4 p. m. Snndays and National holidays excepted. /-'-V I Mlf CLOTHES RIGHT I We have the largest and moat comi?lete line of Underwear in the city. 50c to S3 The Gainient Prepare foi the co'd wive corniiig. Wertheimer &Co. WasMnFtofi Ave & 2*1? ft NOTICE TO MARINERS. ' Light Ship No. 72 t0 be Placed at Tail of the Horse Shoe. ! The lighthouse board ha* tolled the followiu? notices: Virginia?Che;apeake Hay < n 1 trance?Tall of ihe Horsejhoe Ught j Vessel, No. iti, to !>e replaced b> Llgui Vi s-e; No. 7:'. ai' m January t>, 11*09. The change will be temporary, j The relics' light-vessel will BlKiy lights a: d sound signals having the tame characteristics as iho;. i>!' i Light Verfiel No. iu. new on the stu I tlDn, ?xctptlng that each if the two lights will be -howii from three lens lanterns t liciiciiag the mast h< mis, at a height oi .".7 feet above the water. Instead of from reflect i s. and 15 feet above : he wat< r. Light-V ssel No. 7.' ha two masts and no bowsprit, but differs from light-Vessel No. I<; in being a Hush deck steam vessel wi n a red hud and the words "RELIEF" in white letters on each side anj '72 an each bow ii'rifi each quart r. an.l in having a circular gallery, under the lens-lan? terns, ;it euch m 1?ihead infead <>t hoop-iron daymarks. Elizabeth River. Va. Obstruct ns Uuoy, a ^d class nun found drag g d cut of position, was repla ed l)e-] i' mi.er 3o. North Landing River. N ('. I? column "Uescrip ion ef station", page Itil ui 11. Lisi of Lights and Log Signals, ii-ike u,.. following nddi ti us: At e; the description of llea eon l ight No. i, add "Hie numeral "I" is painted in white on tarh of the tin b;: k gas cylinders." After the description of Beacon Light No. ::. . (Id "The numeral - is painted in black on each of the three fed gas cylinders." A'b i the ii .-cription of Beacon Liglii No. ;:. arid "'I lie nunv ral "?'!'' is paintiid in white on each of the thive black ga.> -yliu lers." Alter the d' seripti n of Beacon Light No. A. add "The numeral l' Is painted blacs on each of the three rej g?s cylinders." After the description of Beacon Light No. add The numeral "">" I is pa it: ted i" black <>n each of Iii tjjiee re.i gas cylinders." i Curriturk Sound N. C. In column. ' "Description or station", page |tjl of the li.-t of lights and F g Signal.-, make the following additions: After .:<? description op 11 ae~ii IJghii No. ti. add "The nun: ral "6" is paint, ed in black on each of the three red tas cylinders." After the description cf Beacon Light No. 7. add "The numt ral "7" is painted In white on ?ach of the three Mack gas cylinders." N rth Riv r, X. C. In column "Description of station", page l?.l of the li.-t of ligh'S and fog signals, make the following additions; ; After the description cf Beacon Light No. 9. add "The nr.irvral "9" is painted in white on each of the three black gas cylindi rj." After the (' scription of Beacon Light So. 10, add "The numerals "10" i an. painted in black on each of ;he ; three red gas cylinders." After the description of Beacon Light No. 1". add "Th .numerals "10" are painted In i'ack oji each cf the three red ias cylinders." BLAME POTt POISON IN GAS RESTS UPON CONGRESS Attorney General Alleges That Na? tional Legis'stive Body Is Able to Apply Remedy. fBy Associated Press). WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan C?In a recent communication to President Roosevelt Secretary Wilson, cf the department of agriculture, directing] attention to th? circumstances sur-! rounding the d ath of a family in I this city caused bv inh- ling air charg.' ej with earl .n-monoxide. said*that an examination of ihe gas supply of Washington made by the bureau | of chemistry disclosed th? presence ] of a large ptrcentag* of poisonous C3rlton-monox.de, ard he referred 'he matter to the President for. action j The President transmitted the 1- t-j ter to Aft rney General Bonapa'te. 1 who dincte.; District Attorney llak'-r, to investigate the circumstanc s. Mr. Baker reported that no action . in the premises ecu hi be taki n by the j department cf justice. j In disci:.-:inc the situation Attor-' Bey G neral Bonaparte transmitted to the President all the correspondence. He points out that the Wat hingt Ott Light C mpany t,;s ihe (sanction of; Congress for th" nicking of water j gas-, the only restrictions being that 1 rt.. illumit "ting pow r shall be of a! certain cai.dle p<wer. "The remedy.*' says fhe attorney j genera' "lies in legislation." Will he Very Cold. ? B. A -* can d Press?. WASHINGTON. 1?. C . Jan A col,I wa?e wb'.h SWenj over "be en fire eountrv today ??read tonight ever the Ea^; and South to the At? lantic and Gul? c as-s. causing a drop hi th.- temperature of 2<> toiu de grees. It will be lower and the weather harass stages th?t the rc-o line will extend into \or**? -n and entreats W??:eri! Virginia by Friday morning The cold westher wi'l ceutlnue to bo severe er.'tl the end of the week FOR RELIEF^OF SUFFERERS Te scrapn Companies Wilt Handle Money or D:-o*wstic Messages Free. Manager Wort bias ten, of the Wes? tern t't.ion Telegriph Company* lo? cal ofll-<-. ; nd Mar ie r Bass, of he local office c?f ?h>- Postal TeU-crap.i Cable Company have t<e< n authorized f arnottnee that the* will ace ? 1 I fee* traaSWllSJH ft money coot: .let ? < In* aiding 'he Italian ? srthcjoskc zone IsuFertr?. and domoVlc me-aar s per j talntng to lief werk, when otferrd bv i?n:'lc o?rial. ar 1 r< i. f ? omrai" i teea. I Ma til gi r Worfhtncf'Hi Vale* thai it t? adti*ab> for h^w? de?lr*nr toe n ? rlbnte nv ne> l<i have it handled bv the hanks ? : 'Ii- \ .i< .r IV. Red Cr?-1 oornwy. MINIST tu MURDERED AND BODY DISMEMBERED Part? of Rem.?lns Found In Churcn Stoves?Interior of Edfce Daubed With Blood. (By Associated Press.) DETROIT, MICH., Jan. ?? The J. ruembeicd body of Rev, .1 H. Car mlcha?!, a Meihodiai minister was bund today partially consumed b> lire in Hi,- two !? -ting stoves cf one ui his ihive churches near Columbus in tili- "uiithwi .-'.ein part of St Clair c unity, i Investiggticii was begun at once Ui clear away u leiii|K>rar.v uncertain!) u> to tin identity of Ihe victim und to obtain clues regarding the nmr derer and the in lite lor ihe crime Identification of the dead clergyman was -ooti effected by Orvllle Lindsay. Bill ldu? - Of tile UlUnillrr ;|||(| bis motive were more difficult to oKaln. There was a minor (list .1 strange man h il lef-i a tiaiu at Hlckey ia> in the afternoon tnd had been dii et ?'d to the Columbus church and th n were other ruin rs indicating iljai two men wire implicated in the crime. Robbery Not Motive. Tin- fact tha several coins wire found in the clothing of the dead man and in Ihe ashes f Ihe stoves precluded th" theory of robbery, and at ihe lime of his death it was nit ktiouu tha: the murdered man had an em my in 1 h- ? 01 Id. Rev. Mr Carmirhael had Inen In Micblgaii a I ut Aen > ears and for two years had bun pastor of three churches at Columbus, Adair and (!ii na. With h.s wife and three children Ik resided at Adair Leaving borne yesterday morning he told Mrs car mich a el that he w;>s going to Colum? bus t. arrange for a series of revival meetings there. He waved his hand affectionately o u L-ronp of children as h- drove out (if the village of Adair and from that inomeni ^11 trace of him is lost. Myron Brown, who lives 11 ;-r the scene f Ihe tragedy, was the tlrst to discover ihe crime today. Interior Daubed With B.ood. 1 While he was waiting at the cross reads to k> ep an appointment, the cold wind drove Iii 111 to seek shelter in ihe church. He wvis surprised to find the chr^.h de. rs unlocked a id iiixin opening them was terrified to see Ihe ciiurch floor, the ptws and even the communion table daubed with blood and t ragmen is of blood) clothing scattered all around. Evidently the clergyman, wh > wad r.t; years old ami of athletic build, had made a terrific struggle for his life. Without Investigating further Brown fi< d to his home, w here he had a kev to .the church. He returned and locked the doors and hurried to the village of Hick- y. from which place lie notified the sheriff's effire at Pott Huron. Parts of Body In Stoves. Tb,- authorities on their arrival a" the church found parts of the dis? membered body in the two stov s lo cstcd respectively at the front and tear and disc vered in one stove the ii ad of what was apparen-:iy a new ba ch- t. the handle of which had been burned. A dirk was also found in th<- church and it is believed that Hie dirk served for :he murder, while the hatchet was use,! to cut the bod) to p!ec- s. The mini-'1 r's hots.- was fotind today tied 10 a tree in the village of Pine River. :h>- minister's overcoat being in the buzgr. Pine River i.- a sii. il village mar Thcrnton en the main line of the Ciand Trunk Rail? road and f illy twenty miles from the seem- of the murder. DEATH OF MRS. EDWARDS. Well Known Lady Passes Away at Her Herne Here. Mrs Fr nces E'l/.Eiie'h Edwards, wife of Mr. Allan Edwards local rep? resentative of th Chas. M. Stieff Pi? ano Co.. died Tuesday night at H:V> o'clock, in the fit'v-first year of her age. Mr. and Mr-. Edwards came to Newport News about two years 3zr>. and have made their Ii m in thl- citv since tha- time. Mrs. Edward? had a ho-t of friends Funeral services wilt be held this s ft err "on a? 2:3" o'clock from the residence of Mrs Cart r. 2ft?4 Wesr avenue, conducted by Rev. Lloyd T Wilson. 1) D. Interment win l-" trr?de later at Rochester. N. Y.. Mrs Edward-' old home Officers Installed. Silver Link l/vigc ? Ml. I O. 0. F held its annual installs!! -n of offi? cer? last niaht t Its ba'l In the c & M Rank !> ttiditn.. Deputy flrfnd Mss^er H. F. Crimes assisted hv ?; .W Whltlry. of East End Lodge No 217. conducted the ceremonies, af 'er which a social session was held Plan? Wood's Seeds For The Golden 6 Fern Thirty years in bos.ness, with a f?cadily men v-.f<.' trade every year?until wc have pvday one of the largest businesses in seeds in this co .-.tr?is ths best of evidence as to The Sircerior Quality of Wood's Seeds. We am hoadguartom for Grass and Clover Seeds. Seed PotMoei, Seed Oats, Cow Pr v?, Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds. Wooers OeaorfcptUo Catalog the mo t uvftil aod saleable of c? .r- i - - and Farm seed Catalogs matted fret* on rnqnooL T. V. WON A SMS. Vs. AMPLE SUPPLIES ARE GOING 10 SUffERtRS King and Other Official* Laud Libers lity of American People and Government. (By Associated Press.) KOMI". Jan. ti. K\.:v hour n * sees progress iu bringing order niie lie earthquake distil.- and kystcm into the work of ii'lle The govern? ment has Instructed Lieutenant Gen ? ral Franei .-.;?<? Mazza, eomuiauder of ilie province, to remove temporarily all the living in the ,le.,troyed cities au I towns, k.1 thai tin v ma) be pro in rly cared for. The tetvtu which the Vmerieaii sup ply* ship t'nlgoa is understood to In* 1 i iugiug will he utosi welcome for sheltering the survivors in camps, j The Italian war department also i> seining Luge quantities of field equipment for use In Itlvouactiig In the open. Some Comp:aint$ Heard. The rigid measures ihal the at; . ii rities ate enforcing in ihe earth-1 quake region cause eousiderahle com ' plaint, especially In Regglo, where It is affirmed large leliel expedition! consisting of soldiers, doctors and ca: neuters we^re obliged to wait aboard vessels in the roadsteud forj twenty-four hours bef re being allow-. 11] mi disembark. The adminlat rat ion of relief in Ihe Culsbrlan district has been unable ' on account of ihe bad condition of. the roads, io deliver food to various villages fifteeu t.j twenty miles In the! Interior. I Courie.-.s have brought to Rrgglo! urgent ap|teals for help lor the popu-j la" ion of these towns, who are staiv-j ing. False Cry Alarms People. Word reached here from Naples to day that "ho. ligans" du:ing the nigln ran through various quarters of tho city crying "earthquake, eiirthqiiuke. Their cries aroused thousands of peo? ple who rushed <nit of their houses, ilius giving thieves an opportunity to I work. I The frightened pi pie gathered in the squares. Some of theui t<'ok < riiciflres hiu! images and carrie.i them through the streets iti proces-j si on amid wailing and weeping. Signor Bertollnl, minister of pub-, lie works, who is now in Reggio has telegraphed to Premier Giolittl ?in*: the people there are beginning io be-1 conie more calm and for that reason' then is no present need for ships fori transportation of refuges. He bays' that efforts should now be directed toward sending a quantity of wood and other material for huts. Generosity of Americsns. The generosity of the American people in coining to the aid of the earthquake sufferers is the predomi? nating feature which is now attract? ing attention here. The feeling of gratefulness extends from the kiiii down to the most lowly subject. ; In accepting in behalf of the Ital? ian nation, tie ship which the Ameri? can people through the Red Cross, fitted t:;? t.. mi'lgate the distress of the sufferers in the souih. the king said to Ambassador Griscom: "Our people will be delighted to hear of this mark of bumanitarianlsm and will follow with the keenest In? terest the work of mercy which will be performed by the Bayern." j Appreciates Big Appropriation. ' The ^inc further informed the am? bassador thai he had just read with the greatest appreciation a telegram notifying the government of the ap? propriation of $Kitii.iniii in behalf ot the \ir ims, Signor Titlnoii the [oreign minister said: "Never befote. on atiy occasion has occurred such a demonstration of sympathy. It inrlndes all classes Nothing could more tightly bind to? gether the two countries or render their friendship closer." j Count Tav. :na. the president of the Italian Red C-ns. declared that the offerings coming from America were unprecedenti '. also tha' he was devi ting a small portion of the funds received fr m 'he I'nited States In1 behalf of the relief ship rbartered by Jhe Rome-American Com;any. JUDGE DO DD DEAO. Prominent Virginian. Stricken With Heart Disease, Suddenly D es. | WASHINGTON, f). C. Jon ?: Stricken with heart disease while talking wiMi a friend. Judge Kran? I>o.!d. of Sraffurd county V?, died suddenly bis morning hi the lobby of Congress Hail Hotei Judge lie-Id bad been nerving on the Federal jury in Alexandria The ik>!v will be sent io Fredericks, burg. Judge l?od I < wn?d ? large estate about l.i mile* f'oni Frederlcksharg and wa? }nsticr of the peace, snd county judge Judge IxxJd i? survived by hi* wife and I wo married daughters, who live in Stafford e.e;nty. He I* al*o ? i lived hi a t> -.:her who livs in Fall? Chun r.. j A Hcrrlble Hold-Up. "About t- n years ago my brother ? as "held up" ia his work, heal'h rod hoppln??* by what wa? believed ?<> Ik' h"pel Consumption " writ's ?. R I 'pwotub. of Washington. N C "He toolt ah kinds er rern.di? * :t,.| tr :<?? e- from ."-vera; dort r bul foit-d no help fill he u?ed I>r Kings New iMxenverir and was wbol lv run d i ' holU'' He i* a w II man today It's sjwtr* to relieve rrd I . v , . ? rure for weak or ao'< lenr.'. iL rhaajes. Coegba and Coi-L Brom >l?. l.a Grippe Asthmo and all lf-e .'i'al BsTertioas t*f a?i f I on Tri*; Hoftle free. Gwararfed l?y all drangt* a. * OFF 33 % Per Cent. Dis? count. We stIU have j sale Closes too much goods on hand. Ihey must move. January 21st. We will until January 21st. allow a discount of 10 Per Cent, on time accounts or 33 1-3 Per Cent. Oil on spot cash purchases. ; We want to make a uumber ol changes In the grades, j styles &c, of the goods for 1909 and offer stock on hand ,1 at thfs unusual discount In order to move It. ] Come and see what this means In the way of saving jj to yon. A visit will convince you that this Is a A Real Bargain Chance* We sail tor Cash or Credit. Mike terms and dis? counts to suit your convenience. We claim to sell the best goods 1or the least money. Its for you to make us prove it. j_ jlhe Harvey Furniture Co. 226 28fh Street, :- :- :- :- Newport News. THE CHEAPEST CASH OR CREDIT HOUSE IN THE CITY. RIFLES AND AMMUNITION FOR THE CIVILIAN CLUBS ] Secretary cf War Authorized to Sell Ordnance and Supplies Not Needed by Arrrey. .WASHINGTON, I). C , Jan. 6.?Un? der the provisions of an Act of Con? gress approved March ::. id'*,, the Secretary < f War IS authorized to sell to civilian rifle clubs such maga zine rifles belonging to the United States as are not needed for thu equipment of I hi army and the or? ganized militia Requisitions for 'he sann- must come tnrough the Cover nci- of the several States and T< rrl torles. The Secretary of War is ulsc authorized to soil to such clubs an* n-unttion ordnance stores, revolvers and equipments of the government! standard at tli- prices at which theyi nr.- listed fir the army. Frequent la-1 quirles are received at the War Ps- J pertinent as to the methods to be pur. sued In organizing civilian rifle rluba | which may secure the advantages j mentioned. Such clul s may he form | ed l>y net less than twenty citizens| be*ween ages of if. snd 45 In any lo? cality, to i" organized by adop'lng certain by laws appr ved ly the Sec? retary of War Among these by? law., is one to the iff eel that all rifle and revolv? r competitions held by the club will he governed by the rules and regulations as laid down by the national Isvird for promotion of rifle ptactice and approved by 'he! Secretary of War. After organlzs- j lien the' rluh affiliates with the j National Ritb- Association of America 1 and becomes a number of the th'r.tj class. The fees for such cluba are } $|n which cov?-rs the hr?' j car's j d-tes. and $.". a year thereafter. All civilian rifle cluts having less 'ban hfty members ate entitled to o*ie vole at all meetings <f the National Rifle Association and those having more than fifty members are entitled to two vo'cs The Nat'oral l?flc Association nr. sents to each affiliated clnh a medal suitaMy inscribed and mounted in a morocco case tor c mpetition amonc| its members. This match Is known' ?s the "Member.*' Mji'ch." and the ' wlnn?,r retains posses ton ol the med? al. \\] members of affibai d dubs; arc eligible to comp? t? for a N. I tioaal Marksman's Reserve qaaHfVa ii<?r,s and on qualifying wfi) be civen a lapel b" ttou of the l'nit?d States Ir. tweeii the pge?- f is and 4S .':id roav shot on the rsnre of any a* socis ion affilia cd with (be National Rifle Assoc'atW a Two si^htmr -hots and five sh<is tor r cord are ,liow..i ?i - ach of the range,, which are ;*?i. :;ih? snd -">"" yards. The i>esi ti ns are >t.-ndtt:g al S?Oi rittine or In.eJJng r?i Simi varns. and prone at ?tut yards The r-gu ar -tendard ami of tb? I nbid S a'" w or s rille view ,i i and stamped by the National Rifle A tori ten mnst he used but any am man'tica wtthia the r:il<-. i? a'low able. The ncorir,^; and marklnc must lie d ine t,? other, than nr lu fvr? Ol 'he club and r> s-ore* ;;:nV J I be ?hm on s rrjrulai pra?nc.- day ?i<h a duly aavhortzrd ?rllr. r preaveni ' to rvpervlse the shooting srd v< rif ? , the wore. Fifty point of the po??i I Me .-ire cf Ti points si ai' rgn.e. win I-- s q:.ilUvlsc score Content ?tl:< niii't make .... per r<tiV of the ? loiai* at the lower range* to q.isKf-. tnem t i ;n to ?he bisher ranges I With.n 'he pa-'' fe? o-Jf? 9 large I r>tnil? r of nrh cUli'sn rbib- have l?een orzsnir? d and now eglsf in a' ami crerr S'a <- an-f Te-rjtnry. His Sriockino. l^no'Jrre Tnscbrr Its night rrhool. What sse.nl l?> the t*brs>e. "tarns rrVatJ of bar MM ?'??? .-.i'gtv Hatred r*ii|d! A pair of haja, ma'am. ?Chicago Tribemc. Look at This! FOR SALE mid LEASE! ] REAL ESTATE BUSINESS LOTS MANUFACTURING. ?1781 FARMING LANDS, eTTC. Lots 60x190 afcovo Fifty-eighth street; vary SsslmhM kern Fiftieth and Fifty-eighth streets; lots In Second and Third | rapidly growing oomrminftlea, within 10 minute, of PRICES RANGIRG FROM |1? TO 11,000 ON VERY EASY Call and get Partien Inn. Old Dominion Und Co. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. HOTEL WARWICK BUK DING. Schmolz Brothei s, (BatnMlBbed November 3rd, 1890). ' OLD, BUT CONSTANTLY GROWING Deposits November 3rd, 1994. Deposits N rember 3rd, 19C6., Deposits I jeember 3rd, 13C6. T47.Md.eO r> posits November 3rd, 1007. SS4.01t.ll Deposits November Srd, 1900.9L0S7.19S40 The Largest ?2 Strongest Bank in the City Citizens & Marine Bank Wi hea you a happy und prosperous New Year. To in-nrt* h?i,pi(.tt?6 *re commend opening a Baak A?v unt. To he absolutely certain of prosperity mcans systematic saving ('< nrfcous treatment ai <1 conservative mqcagement of this Bank la at y.>nr ff-mn.aii 1. - I Unfed OWte. ? FOR SAFETY AND SERVICE. >o: wi'l flrd a Ch?^xrnc Account with the First Na tonal Rank eStcieat and satisfaetory. B<cin the New V> *r by opening snV>ec unt With ... Every courtesy and aceoro mods than consistent nl h secnrtly. Tu First Nitiinl Ink Newport Newa, Va. Capital IISESSS.