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HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT-Continued.
R. I. Ac MASON, President. N. S. GROOME, Vice-Presldent. The Home Fire Insurance Corporation Of Hampton, Virginia WHEN YOU INSTRUCT YOUR INSURANCE AGENT Directors F. W. Darling J. C. Robinson George B. West J. A. Willett Q. A. Schmelz A. T. Ransone Charles H. Hewins J. Wilton Hope George K, Vanderslice W. W. Woodward Alexander James N. S. Qroome To Write Your INSURANCE In This Company You Entrust It to One Managed by Gentlemen Whom You Know The money you pay for Insurance is invested in your midst, and continues to serve your community and you, indirectly. Surplus to Policyholders, $118,809.99 Directors H. L Schmelz H. R. Book* r W. B. Baldwin J. T. Lee J. W. Rowe R. I. Mason W. W. Richardson J. B Kimberly E. M. Tennis J. S. W>att J. M. Willis H. W. Saunders H. W. SAUNDERS, Secretary. Matters Personal ASHORE OFF CAPES There were several hundred persons 1 STEAMER ANGLO-AFRICAN present, including the members of; ?he families of the Odd Fellows. Dur-j ing the evening interesting addresses I on "Odd Fellowship" were made by Mr I. S. Wise and Rev. (\ W. W'aik Miss Byrdle Keeter entertained a Jey chaplain at Fort iMonroc. Vocal number of her frienls Tuesday ev ins in h?nor of her guests'Misses May .(ones, of Petersburg and I/O'.a Whi'e, j ^ j^e eVenln* ? f Richmond. The evening was pl??a ? ' antly s|?ent in playing games, ab-i which dainty rct:(>?hnicii's were serv etc. Those present were Misses L'U< White; and Hazel Falconer, of Ricii mond. Mnv Jonc=. of Pttersuurg. M . Losing Bearings In Fog, Craft Bringe Up on Smith's Island; Not In Dan-?r. and instrtirm nta! music and refresh? ments added greatly to the pleasure ' NORFOLK. \ A.. .Ian t; ? I?sing [ her bearins-'s in the dense ( g ?? irly y. sterday morning, the Hiitisii ,-t*. am. er Angio-Afri.iu. with a oariro from I T(x?:piia, Mexico, bound for Haiti BOGUS"CO?NT" FLEECZS AMERICANS AND SKIPS Formerly a Professional Pa'mist. Se? cures Half a Million From Two Women. fBy the Associated Press, i PARIS. Jan. 6.- 'Coun " Louis Ha? men, formerly known in America and Entertained Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Lane Schmelz ? more, got out of her course and i Europe as "Cbelro, the palmist," and . last evening most charmingly enter-1 brought up on Smiths island, elf Cape j before that ai p ain John Warner, is Italned the members of the McMina- \ Chnf'?- iw _ _i r_ ^ |a fugitive from France tonight and garet Phillips. Blanche Parker. Edi'.h Phillips and Mosens. John Venn, Earl Hudson. Harvey Parker. |? u Down ing. Watson H. Woods, George Krad t?>rd and G Blanchard. men-.Shcpherd wedding party afternoon Miss 'Mary McMina men Charlet This1 The life saving patrol from th 'Smith's isLtnd station discovered tin the entirr American and English col Mrs. L. M Old dings and Mis* Vir gie Davis, who have been visiting in Washington, returned to ;h<ir hom? in ArmU-tead avenue, yesterday. . vessel a: the breaking of c!ay and; onies are discus.-ji g one of the roo.-t will i,e married to Lieutenant William slCKVl 1)V meteoric ca<es - Shepherd. Cntted States army. The Wor<j wag a]so sont to thp ri,y aril1, reception last night was an elaborate ? a wricking tug of 'he Merritt-Chnp-1 ? , ihich ever dazzled man Ccmpany was hurried to the) Hamon is charged with emheaal scene, although it was nrt thought | meat and his sumptuous nfliot Pay Day at Fort Mr. William C. Terry, who has u; on a visit tc his fa'her in Indiana, expected to return to his home Phoebus this morn<ug '.hrat the ship i; in nerton* danger. There is little wind and only a mod Th. v illerymen at Fort M.r.roe re-. Prate sea running, r-eived their first pay of yeaur-j Sije ls reported in good condition, dav afternoon, when the paymaster! a despatch from the scene over the ? pa'fi to thrm the I)ec<'ml>er salary. (weather bureau wire, reports the veo I Owing to the fact that the Wash-1 sei st?l acround but In gocd condl 1 ingtcn steamer did not ge- to Old | ?on tonight Point until nearly 1:30 n'ekv-k th h is furth?r announced that it will wh- re he edited a newapaper called "The American Register" and con? ducted a bank and 1 ther enterprises, to which Americans loaned capital, are bare and empty, scores of credi? tors having descended and seized everything. The complainan t against him are CONCERT TO TAKE PLACE IN HOME THEATER IAN. Ik artillerymen were no> paid off until * nere?srv to ligh er her cargo he M? JaUa) p j**..,, and kDas Jose late the afternoon | tore the re-eel can be honied on? he|Posaeroy formerly of New ?a in tn a.t^n n _ .wach, and 'he wrecking tugs have t Torfc L.jt n0w residenta of Paris, who 'asked for barges for this pur^se. It ,leriar). ,nat th,.v MrnP<j ov,.r IO Hl. Army and Navy Union Preparing to Assist the Earthquake Sufferers in Italy. The concert to be given by the, Colonel Royal T. Frank Garrison. Arntv and Knry Inion for the benefit of the earthquake sufferers i- Italy.' will take place in the National Sol-' dier*' Home the-'.ter on Thursdavj ??venine. Jannarv 14. Colonel T. T Knot, the g verrK?r of the Home, yes terday granted the use of the th<a'er to the committee arranging 'be pro gram. The Fort Mon-oc bar.d and ?tie Hein? band will b?* In at'endanoe. while Mrs Trank C Rees. Mis* Grace Cosby and Mr. J. C. Coajrher have promised to render vocal numbers. Judge Edgar E Montague will mak a short a !rf hss no- been comp ly that others will he asked to p?rti cipote in it. Mrs. Lease at East Hamoton. Mrs M. S. I>ake, sta'e secretary of tbe Woman's Missionary I'tiion. vill deliver an adrirees on mission-'. In Bast Ham; ton Baptiss, ch'irch to? night a 1* o'clock Mrs Harry Cnn ningha.m ?:11 sinu. as also sill Mr. R R. Richardson Fruit Cake for your ?'Mother Bread" Labels If you have save? up * rough "Moth? er Bread" labels, to get a Fruit CaXe. bring them In Tuesday and Wedne.--j is said that she will be floated tomor? row. At the time she struck, 'he steamer wan tr\inz to make th" capes to gel into the Chesapeak- bay. Sa'e-id d Lecture. The lecture given by Mrs. I.. M. ton Mo tut ford. the. native of Jerusa? lem, in the Firs' Methodist church last night, was well ?t-.-c.n-l and rreatly en>~yed by the andiene.-. Mrs von 'Mountford ">M Of the elty of Je? rusalem and her story was In'eTest incly related. Qualified as Administrator. Mr s H. Wertheimer, of Vunpart News. yesterday <3iiatlrVed befor? W n K ock? to the market value of ISMjOeo on ?-hich Hamon agreed to raise a loan through London banks of $i:.o/>0n. They ?Hege that Hamon never ne gotiated the kan nor returned fh? stock It; conseq e nee of which the\ | becan a rrim:r,?i action sgatnst the HanKn bank Hamon Left Town. An examining magistrate <.;???.; an investigation aft. r which according, 'o H'ttKitiii s'cretarv. Hamon. '?am-, ing that a warrsn- was Obont to h*"! Issncd It his srri Jt left for I>ondou \ Since he srriv.d in Paris In t'?U-.' ' when he transferred himself from ' t'heiro the pa'm kC' to "Count Ha- ' mon" he has had e.i<ry occess to so ! CettV. There are reports 'hat Hamon and PHOEBUS noo FELLOWS day. nerember 22nd and 2.1rd. and I <^?rk o' the Conrts Harry H Holt his frier.d* as he r. suit of tbelr high j secure your cake, or a bom of ' andy. J as 'the adrrvinisf rs'or of the estate of connection. *? r* "Ne lo "arrange" ; Don't forget are are selling a floe | the la/e Samuel M. WeM^n. Messrs many marTlages among rs-ople of j Frankel. |. Stelrer and Charles high sending in 'h" Anglo-American fman were appointed the ap- colony prjj^pr, Bveryhv^dy t?!k< I of the mysterlons '_ - _ j "Connt" Hawn. h's dashing manner. dontagoe will make I ' "? * | ' " The entire proa-sm i ?< ?7 1 av'"1 .ietet .n,i it i, like |l?"n?- ?l!l0 f'*iB ^""?J no:,er O*" Ka.ifn ?tefrvi and I is like. ta 9poon^ ?u;t^. CakeslmiM, Sponng for 2?>c and 2-V. Ail Rsvors?Choco? late. Caramel. t>mon. Oranges and Cocoanut Cream. The Old Po-nt Ledos Held PuNk Instal? lation of fKTVers Last Nigtt*. fMd Point l/orige. \? M4. |m-rov . d Orrte* or OCi? iMhlfJSI he' 1 I pub? lic mstatatton of omecr? 'n fxt,i Fel? lows Hall. Phveheja, last cvetuog Hampton Bakery It 4. TRAYLOR. pens). Queen and Hone Streeta. this horses, his ra?t business venture* snd of hi.4 bsrk a"d his society pa? per. ?| Rut Ha men > life before he rime I lo Paris was a an ' ? mystery r* R wss known that he bad b^n I'Thelm. th- paiml?* " who tt wss said A kno?!?da> of the way i- * good n?d arqnired vast ?'im? of tnotfT but pan of he to-tm-y ?German I hnw he hsd scfpslred the title of did 'hat PROVERBS AND PHRASES. A hundred y?a-s cannot repair monwrt's lorn of nonor -Italian A kindne?. done to th" .?>od ? . ? ? ' ' I'lsntttf J. C. Robinson, J. W. Rows, Vice president. President. THE Wl?c YOUNG COUPLE, will have a savings bank boolc from the very start. Every deposit they make is a provision against the rainy day that conies to a!! at some time or ancther. The Flr?t Xatlonal Bank, of Hampton opens joint eccmmts by which ?ither huslnnd cr wife can withdraw money when needed. Bet? ter open one today and have (some? thing to fall back on when trouble comes FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Hampton Vs. H. H. KIMBERLY. Cashier. FANCY WHITE MACKEREL Snmil on- s . 10c each Ijrger ones . 18c pound Bu- they are fancy. WASHINGTON BREAD are agent.* for and receive daily, except Mondays. Haven aer*s Washington Bread, .".c pr loaf. FANCY PENNSYL? VANIA BUCKWHEAT and we have th' go wi'h it. Map Richardson & Bush Phone aV 9r?. Hampton. Va. Old Poinl and Boulevard Deliveries. A man m pa.sl-n rides a that runs away with him.?Spanien ~e?wet" was no* known ? fact cause much \Ufr. Prtytr Services, a A large crowd attended the sorvic-s In Central Methodls* church las' night and listeood to a strong sermon mi H'?w to Get Religion" by Rev W P Wright. Mr Spencer of Ptitladel phia. was present and delivered an ?dd-r?s Tonight Mr Wrights theme win he "How to Keep Religion When You Get IL" Big Money Saved On STOVES In order to close out all stoves on btnd. I will offer yon the biggest bargains ever had in Hampton I expect to give np the stove business in the very near fu ture and in ord'r to nich 'hem out, I offer same at Sacrifice Prices Come ear'y and get the brs' pick. Oil stoves, bea'ing and rooking stoveg and ranges JOS. F. COPELAND, 26 W. Queen St. HArHPTON. VA. '4 <5F3 ^3L <?S>-,* That Xmas Punch will be simply perfect It the other ingredients are as good as our wines snd liquors. Try our braaoo at prices. Bottled la joid Oscar Pepper j Overholt . Green River. I Tom Moor*. 'Mount VerRoa ... .Golden Heritage . ; G:<ck >nhetmer :... Hunter. Wilson .i Paul Jones . French Brandy ... ? Sloe Ola . BUM ? TS tu? f .1? N. Leonard 1? and It Mellen ft, PHOEBUS. Housekeepers Attemihm It you wish to make good hi pa?'- es. ask yo-jr dealer for C/over Leaf Hour Should he he without this brand, then we would gladly turniah yon. Queen Street Supply Co. 1.1: West Qii-en St. Hampton, Ta 'Phone. CS.