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Bull Line Steamer Wtlheimina at
yard For Repairs. PLACED IN DRY DOCK AT ONCE Job lc Quite on Extensive One and Vcortl Will he Here fcr Several Weeks?Clyde Line Increases Nunv ber of Sa irgs Com Here. ?| ||,< Hull Iii.?- steamer Willi. Itn-ii til>c:i which tin' lacai shipy.isd was awarded the contract FWIW day? "K" tin fxttiiK.ve repairs arrived in pott Sinn! tj ar.j procei |. d t.? the yard. Work Iva? coinm'iicefl on h'T ><? ? ilaj in ruing, fhe bt-itis plaei d it: dr> do< h No. for paint in?; It is expect*(i thai it will lake n-vtTal ' Wi eks to complete 11 ? ? j"' . which co: fi.- ts ot" < xt? ::hiv( de; k repairs an.l the Im?.?ng and ins'.llatiou ??. a new <| mkey holler. ?Th" Williolinina is owned [?> the A. H Hull Steamship Conn an. 1 i \'e? Y<ik. which nperat?s <. <>t tin Very few lines (if American I i'll tup steamers. It: addition to the work <>;i the wiihclmiiia 'he \ ard also Ins the reuTact for the ronstriirtit n o! ;. .':;ru'> (reicht steamer ft>r Hie ll'ill company, which was awarded sota" SHIPPING REPORT. Sunda ?, January !7. 1909. Arrved. Steamer Texas (Nor.i. ivdcrson. Savannah. ti> shipyard ter sarvej Steamet Hiiu.rilo. (Nor.i Soretison. Philadelphia to White Oak Coal Com? pany for cargo. Sailed. Stealii' r I lipton. i Ur.1 i;ot*"r.!am and Ilamhur: Times. Philadelphia. Monday. January 13. 1909. Arrived. Kt*?ani?t Roniti. iBr.i Button, Vera Phiz?to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal a:ij Coke Company for hunker eoal. Sailed. Sleatn? r Teeshnd-e. Shaw Sabin-' Pa si!... per .la- A Parsons. Day. Suffolk. Marine Notes. The British steamer Dipton sail. ! fe: Rotterdam a.-d Hamburg Sunday with a largo of exports. The British steamer Avormore ?wlrirh lias l?-eii at T11?- ship yard re? pairing for lie nast a-, ek left ypster ?'av and sailed for PhiladHph a in ballast. Th<- British steamer Teosbrldw which was at rii" shitiyard on Sattir r|?v fr.r a survev. sailed Sund?v f> r Sabine Pass. STEAMER TEXAS ARRIVES. Survey Will be Held at Orce to Lea-n Extent of Damage Su-sia.ned. The British steamer Texas. Captain Peterson, which was damaged by fire r< cently during her fir.;: run between N"< w York aud Cuba, arrived in ;>ort y< sterday morning and proceed d ?>> th.' shipyard for a survey. As stat? ed in this pn;.cr Sunday, fire burned In the hold of *be Texas for five days. ar.,1 the vessel sustained extensive damage. It Is probable that the steamer will be repaired here, although estimates BUY CLOTHES RIGHT 300 Heavy Winter Suits At Each $5.75 These Suits are broken lots, not every size in every style, but we can fit you. Wertheimer &Co, Washington Ave. & J.fd ct Edwards, Aidiuore. TODAY is w ben you should buy a : taittle of Cowan's Prcpara j ; i<>n Toiuorrow the hal?> 1 may <1' vi ,i>p Croup (So*- ! an h prevent - ail ailments I where inflammation is the seat. External ::.? . i?0c; [on tin' work have not j -i heen called | for. The lire started mi the sleumi t hold wt>. a si:.- was off IIa 1? ras and as the crew *as uuahle k> ext ma.u:-a the blaze, ilu vi sst-| was run Into Savannah and ?> ached ? tha* the aiil o| the S.i\;i:?uali tire d< artmeiit could he iiad The Norwegian steamer Huruii |o. C.ipta ii Su! . nsi ii. whi< arm ? ,| i" port ye.v.i nla> cunsigin d 10 the While Oak Coal Company. take j on die Texas' i argo. i j FOUR SHIPS A WEEK NOW. I C.yde Line's Increased Business | Makes New Schedule Necessary. On account el' t!ie hcaiie: lie a i j incut of freight southward und tin ,l-.iuial increase in Its bu-iiicss in the p is !<-w mi nihs tie- Cl> !?? I.?'' : opi i r-1111- from Philadelphia to thi - ! city and Norfolk have foun i it nee j ? .- -ary i'> merest ?? tie number <>i its wctkly sailings from '!.:??? ships : t,, . in- per Week I The in ?? s-chedule went into > I ! r.-. ? l.:s? week and provides tor the i slops sailing from Newport \ew.-i t-' Philadelphia on Sunday. Mon lay Thursday and Kri.iay. and from Phil adeljihia in Newport N- ws i-i Tile. i day. Wediie?da> and S it ir.t). j STEAMER TEXAS IN PORT. i C.'rgo Wi.l be Unloaded and Put on Another Ship. | The NorW' an steamer Texas. which has keen at Savannah -*iti! i a lire in Im i carao. sirrivi d li> i ' S-;. lav and pr ceerli ,i t.> th" ship I yard f< r survey The cargo will he unloa.hd at the yard and the und.'in ailed portion taken ti> it- i lij.n i des t nation I > tit.- .-t. amer llirinde. wh'ch arrived Sunday. The T.-xas was houi! I rom Chris t'ana. Norway, to Havana, wiien fire i broke out in her raren and he was I tak- n '?> Savannah where it was ex i I iimuished i \- wi ? el-, is I It is understood Ih-i ihe datuatr* l-ii-tain-d h\ the ihip is c< mudcruble .nil it i- likelv that the repairs will be made here. The ship's cargo of general imports is va!u.-! at |lm?.oin. PIG IRON FOR CANADA. Brit.rh Steamer Bornu Load ng Cargo Intended fo,- the Dahomey. Tin British st amer Bornu, Cap? tain Button, consigned to the Chcsa peake *i Ohio Coal an | ("eke Com pany is at the Chesapeake & Ohio pier \<?. s- loading a consignment o: one hundred mns of pig iron .i.r Canada This ir ii is par; of tie raiso which was to i. shipped via the steami r Dahomey, which was recently lost while hound from this city for Mexito upon Ik r return trip ii;? the coast, and is. the first pis iron which has been .shipped fr. in this port i'ur some time. CALENDAR FOR TODAY. Sun ri.? s .7:1?! ^ in. Sun sits ..".:l?i p in. Hish w;:r.-r . ...6:v2 a. m. 6:.lu p.m. Low water.. .12.-. m. 1:32 p. m. NORFOLK. Va . .Inn IS.?The rhree masted schooner Pendleti n Sat. isfaction. Captain Clay. Brunswick Ca.. to Perth Araboy. N. J.. lumber laden, stranded last rignt near Lit? tle It-land Life Savin; station, eigh tern miles south of Cape Henry. Th>- schooner, lyin^ Stm yards fr< m shore, is ye- in an apparently easy petition. lOCAl subscribers to fair stock will fight People of Lower Peninsula Who Are Be>rg Sued Meet Tomorrow Night. \ meeting of local subscribers 'o tin- s'rM-k oi Hi*' Jamestown Ex|K>*i tion Company wii| hold a meeting to mr.rtow evening frr the purpose of discussing plans for defending tin sniK which have he.-n brought agaitis* ihem l.y th?- receivers of the exposition comthem io pay the full face value of the ?toelt purchas? ed by th> ni. The subscribers declare :haf they bought the common stock wi'h th' distinct understanding 'hat tl.-y* would noj h? calle.i up* n to ;ia> nmr< than 1> p<r ce-- of the face ralut of the ci rtiticalc*. Counsel will b<- employed bj the local people 'n re r^i-n' them joint ly. and it proposed to mak? a ?'-?ng defense In the suits A larc ' nunilM i ( f people on 'h?- lower Ponin ?n;a are defendant|i in these ns< .-> and all of th<-j;i a?v invited to attend th.- m>^-tinc toniorrnw night an: par ? icipaie in the join: prepara'bm? for d< f.-nse A Horrible Ho d-Up. ' A bowl ten vears aco m?- brother was "hei-1 np" in his work, hcal'h and banpinsss le what sa- lieved ?o lie bo;? I-mi ('onsumpi tor." writes ?? K l.'p?comb. of Washington. N C "Ho took all Sind? of rrniedlrf and treatat^m fir<m several dortrrs. bwt fo-ml no help till he n^>.| T>r Kings N'.-w rHrrovWjr and w.i? ?h??l lj ruiefl i,, six bntllo. H,- is a w II man ?"d?> It's qulek to reliere and 'he surest cure for weak or sort lung*. HerrorrhaKo*. f'o-tghs and Colds. RronehiTw. Ij> fS'lr-ne. Astbm' ?r,d all Mrotwh'al affee'lons .W anl $1 ?O Tria: bottle free f;.iaram'?.-M In all iiiitMi*'*. AFTER THE TRUCK AGAIN i Fire Department and Water Com? mittee Asks for Appropriation. REQUEST HAj BEEN IGNORED OFTEN Majority of tne Counctfmen Art De l.eved. However, to be in Favor of Ptovd ng Modern Ladder Appara dus for Department New. The ii!> J. pailiiK iii and water <??i? i jit. . of I he rri council last night i ill. i ii make another a, peal for i an ai roptiatiun with winch u> put I chase an aerial ladder truck for tin tire depart"i nt Kve; j \ ear for I !i<ail> a decade the committee has j attempted to ha\e the departuieii provalej with a truck, Im: each tine1 : he council has decided thai il did Lin! ha\ ? the necessary money to I -. .mi that way, and (he department ha* continued to gel al ng as best i' could with the "Id i iiuk purchase I !:iin Petersburg at lie' lime the city was incorporate!. It j.s believer, however, that a mi jorlty o] the present members of the council aie in favor of purchasing an up-to-date truck, and ilia; 'lie necessary appropriation will be made .11 the budget f; r the coming year, l.asl night 111- - fire department and [ wa'er committee considered and tiled the annual report of Kir.- Chief w K Stovv for lies. Tin- chiel earnestly urged the need of a modern ladder ??nek fur tin- department. The com mit i.lecided to ask tin finance committee to allow an ap proptiation of $5,hno in the next an? nual budget ??; provide for the our i have of Mie truck. The finance com mitte? will !? gin making up the budget for the coming hscal year in the in ar futtiie. Routine business was dis|Hised t>l by the fire dt ;;attment ami water com mit tee in regular session. Several other committees wen- scheduled >e meet las night, but they did no! have a qupniju. HOW LEE'S BIRTHDAY WILL BE OBSERVED HERE Sch;ols. Banks, Postoffices and Cus? tom Hou^e Close?Exercises Thursday. To-day is tin- one hundred and see ond anniversary of the birth of Gen ( ral RcL' rt K. I.ee. Throughout th< South January 1!? is one of the tncs important holidays on the calendar and in most cf the Dixie states tin schools, banks, postoffices. rust on lioi'a rd public. *af.c,es will Ik clo ;ed to-day. Tin day is a legal holiday in Vir ginia. and tie banks here and in o:he cities will 1),. closed. The publi' schools wjil dose, the postoffiee wil observe- Sun.Iay hours and the ens tom h uses will be open from pi t 11 o'clock 'his morning for tin transaction of important business. Thursday nigh- Bethel and Job' AV. Daviel Chapters. Daughters of tie Confederacy, will ho'd exercises i' ,commemoration of the auniversa :i s of the birth ..f I.ee and Jackson Wednesday wiil be file anniversar of Stonewall Jackson's death During the exercises Thursday eve r ing. Mrs. George \\" Helms, presi dent of the John W. Daniel chapter will pre.-ent crossi s i f honor to th following: Veteran--?W. J. Fitchett Compan\ I! Third Virginia Cavalry It. C Hannah, Company K. Fifty sixth Virgiti'a Infantry : R B. San ford. Company D. Ninth Virginia Ir fantrv; Descendants?Mrs. Mary K M. Pinnesan. daughter of Charles M Melson: Mrs Mary ftcnthal. wife o Robert Mentha!: T. M Kennedy, son ef Joseph McK Kennedy; Mrs Hessir G. M?'Is n. daughter of Wyatl Gihba: Rev. IJoyd T. Wilson, son of W. J Wilson: Mrs. George W Nolm daughter of Gotleib Mayer. INVESTIGATING RYNO CASE. Representative of Norfolk Ministers Association Comes Here. V representative of the Norfolk iMinisti rs' Association has been in fi'is rity investigating the case o: >;<-orge Ryno. the superintendent o the Norfolk city mission who got or a spree here iast w?-ek and was a' rested for tri's;iassing anon the pro r rty of the Son them iv-li Telephon? Company. Rotor- leaving, the agent said 'ha she ha I seeated all the evidence sh wanted in substantiate the eharg that R\rto was drunk SOLD LIQUOR WITHOUT LICENSE Mary Hughes, a Negro Woman. Fnett in the Police Court. M*ry Hughes, a negro woman, wa fined $?*?" and costs and required i< give bond of >.".??? for twelve month ?\ J-i??-r-e Itrnn-> in the joljce eeatr v.-s'erday morning for selling Jiqmv without license The ease was ap pealed :hi- Corn, ra'ioq Court. For Felon-out Cutting. Ix-rm Wnt.-'ai. a negro was bei f r 'he ?!*".! iiiT \ in 'be police COII" \i -te-dax morning on the rharec o fehrflinwsly mtlrng The i v id,-ne. .< how ? d 'ha- Watvir as? d a kn'f with ?< ri?ii? elfec ii|K>n James V ?tin* also olored after the two ha! en ra?" d tn a ?IWpu'e over a lad? friend hiW YORK DEMOCRAT VOTED OFF THE FLOOR (Continued from first Pace.) has been funny fri in the liou* it loft um native quarry." Ccnt.nulng. Mr. Wi -ft *ald "And, Mr Chairman should the I., ntlenn ti who vir* t Ins ?uiiou? tin me with f< llti-ed iiJtn ration ask me how am son of Adam can !?? at the same lline a hay tend' r, a Jiti-ulHri:y Uli l a Gurgoy le. I < an etil;, an-?- i (hat this particular hem is an ? ?? ,. j,. excel turn to I! raN's; a sole eis-in sei f. im I is. a Mixed Melaph ? vlvant. an impossil?? I t. a cornel that raves at will regal ' ? - ol the limitu tions of ord. red law that "Pl'ly to earth and moon, to stai und |diinets ? He boasts of In I' It. od hut no lli.-torlc Irishinaii ? i ' hav.- treat .a an ally a? I"' " '? d Mr lluiil man He i Milts in a Ii li of the old Huguenot but the Kf nch Reuth man doesn't fly i"1" a pass-on and 'a h the hone of a timid young ?tri win se only offen*e ! ii ad\ert. iitl> passing the n:\iil p rfv in a public highway Even Loui - the Fourteenth was not thill sort it ,i ty rant, and Henry the Fourth, Henry of Xavarn the great Huguelioi ki:.^ wore the white plume.-, of N ?b s-?- Oblige "He tells us thai Southern ar.s'o crnts wire among la- polyglot anci - ters. but 1 can inform him that It tile wlte ol a Robert loom Iis or of a Jefferson Davis had been treated b.. him as M:s Mimn Morris was. he would have ben call' d a cur or brand ed as a coward it i ?? had 1.u a tie usniid nun s a l"i1 sidetil He is proud to lash ' thai the ram lh whose name he I., ars comes from II?.!Ian.I: but his ?? ? ady surrender Hi the politicians of his own party make., ii char enough that tat icirghers who put i p their shuttei it i he tit'-t b.-a' ? ! Hi" war drum ntusl have l?eeli his im geilitnis. He In its the Dutch, however, as even his severest critics must confess Are you shocked that a chief mag i Hate should justifi such eharac ti rization? I am shoi k- d loo. Do v ii say that the placi' be holds should mal *' us all dumb hi fore him" Hear wh.-t this fountain of hillings u t. has said of his predecessors in lliii high office. Slid own that no n an's tongue should he stilled hj si ? h a consideration II" quoted frcm I'nsident Roose? velt's books rn which the President is alleged to have attacked Wash mi: ton Jefferson. Monroe. Jackson, Ty i - Pierce and others, and said that he President had "toleration only for the Adamses, who si nd for federalist aristo; racy. ai>?l admiration for Alex u der Hamilton, the defeated cham? pion ol a limited monarchy." "Of rourse." said Mr Wlllet, "these condemnations roar us gently us any sucking dove when compared with his denunciation if John Paul Joins as a pirate: of Napoleon tbe Great is "utteriy unscrupulous", of New Eng? land's id !:.i ,| Wendell Phillips as al ways ' eitlii r mischievous or ridic? ulous and unusually lioth". of Thomas Paine, the first champion of Ameri? can liberty as a "filthy lit le atheist": of miracles believing Roman Cath riles as "persons of arresti d mental levelopiuents"; of Quakers a; "qulti' is undesiraa'e citizens as duelists." But he had been frank enough in abusing other Presidents to but tb< ips of his defen lers on the dignity of ?be presidential office." Mr. Wilb-tt ii- dared that ? 'Consis? tency is a jewi 1 which the gargoyle is always throwing io the swine "No king, he said in any limited monarchy was ev< r half se exigean; or ever half o implacable. "For a precedent"' he id(|. i "y?iu ni'i>' go hack to Napolecti ?he t;r? it. tin oldest member of the Jaraoyle's Ananias Club, who use,| t,, ask the wives ol his thrifty favorites whether the, umld only afford cm wwn a y?-ar: who said once to the wife of one of his lighting marshals .' your dress is dirty", and who Insist? ed on doing a | the matchmaking in 'Is official circle." he democracy of Lincoln, he said, the bluff Amer tranlsm of Grant and Cleveland, the quallv American suavily ?tf Arthur nd McKinley, :i| passed into his? tory "alone with the joviality of Gar ! leid and the nonroflformtst ihrift of lut he; ford R I lay es" "We have a i.ing and a c art now.'' Mr Wlllett e\. !a:med. "as good an I mi ution of a rej] thing known foj h?. nchilitv i f Monarchial countries, ?s th?. scion ef a family of trading j Dutchmen can concoct." At ihis Junction. Mr Will-M callel h" roll of ihe ocalled Ananias Clul". ind said: "Th?' earth i> intoxicated .itiil reels iround our .!<.. arity He atone is 'he personifl? atii'n of sol rMy. tern tent.-iiess , f ? i'1-meiit. calmness in p? "ch and ar ? n. Tin- ev< rmoring ?ay t- ild.-r hurries ov-r tbe field.' hrowinc upward the clover of poli 'ics. the tine th- of zoolog-.- the blue :ra-- of hist r and lettine each la-'.- fali a !::?'?? drv?-*- than jt was N'f re ?'Jealous-, w.n can read in th<- Har -ovb-'s distorted features "Yon lock n'i those twiste-] lines 'nd ii i.. i-asv >>h so easy, io under -land ?h.- insi I.a toward l*> <\. v. Ih? ne great flgun >.f the Spanish Ane-rt. an War. th?- h-ro who look Manilla vifh the wore- -hips a rotte* bureau ?rrcv could fi- I for hirr. ' Th.- persistent defamation of Ad -nira! S i, . ?? n rwally fought th< ?alfb- of S.: i.'o Rd\ "Th?- mi< i!ti. heaped in General Mile* whoso i.-iinswl was ignorei in h. expenst. 1 ' tinder a of the Und, aaapairn s^nthagB Th? pr. ; ? Mr. Wiib t de? larH how 1 hi> ' * * at ail real heroes becanne ; r ? roes ar?- g.:, and rcrnmiKiii to .ctis ones ' ftiHiniiinc deoanica'ton. Mr TtlJ?-t| char.-. ; that-the Pr-siden' 'i?d htilld?! ' P <-*ridfnf C^sfro. had een the v.: es hratallv treated tad aasrorr : i'ol. Rtewart nhorr :? 'id nut Hin i I kept a vowtit wom?n Tom ia" on ? hone.--| li\inr !.-. tell -g the |i ill .1 alRwed araadaiou ?ondf*;e)iis t . xlft la the artin and ?tsv ? ha! ' ?ipelled hi* ?nbordi jst?? to a- hnntinr dog*- for th Out of it ii s - i in trailing down men M'bu have fimglii for liberty", had practical!) re. si..wished tin- J?ilm . Adams alien and sedltli u laws, had fold l d< sei i Ions f 14dii I he lliiv \ l>>' uI'?>?iiij intolerable tivatmi'iii of sau eis ' ,il the hands of the Ai Isto.'i iu v ol Annapolis officers, had ponilltlcl Hi,- detruding <>t soldi-is at West I', it u l.e had been |illt to menial ?eil, and h. i given a Scotch Verdict in eotineelliiti ?Uli tin- alleged I'ana ma I'anal s< tidal In concluding lie -aid among elle i itltPL S \ nil ina> sa\, liien thai one ilidi vidii l llarygovle dues co'llil for -o ???ii' Ii iftei all N. . not In Ihe de ' x ? lii|inieiit hi ? Ii., eelltlirb n . ''lit he en: fits \ j Ai\ and colli nuon I\ a - articling Hi. people Mho 11 t \ > - 'n live linder him \in| the change from a Neto llddlil'i: while Home is burning lo a \'. Hpasian calmly devoted to se curing as guod governiueiil ,is leu d'licies will penult, ? - a cliHUge to I" .s ilevtMltli welcomed |iy it* a- b) lite alli'ielll Knill,ll:s " Frequently Called to Order. Se\ ? i :il rimes hi the emu si' o: \l r Will. !? .. remarks he was called in order h\ Vir Hughes i West Virgi? nia i I i all !ii;n to or,lei Mi Hughes i'\< laiined "He i- going ahead with a lot of rot that neither the Hon.. nor t!"1 country is Interested in " I Mr Itutler i Pennsylvania i in the chilli I.lied till! M' Willen W.H speaking under the license of general debate mid that he was not called ii|tim (o indicate l:i advance the sub j. ci "f his i ? niai k I Mi Willett then proceeded and freiplelitly elicited Utplullse from his I letnocra'ii colleagues. Mr I.-mull v (Keiiturk>i jump.,I m to the arena ami Inquired i' there was no remedy if i In House did not cai ? to hear the m< inner. , Cbair Rules Him in Order. ' Mr llutler rtlled thai so long a; i Mr Willett kepi within 'he rules he was i i order Th.- i hall de. tared that he was "lis'ening with patience i)ui the chair is unable to hear anything the gen? tleman says." Finally the chair ruled that one utterance <f Mr WHIetl was oul of , order I ||\ this 'ime ihe House was in I furore. Above Ihe liable of voices iMr fJardner was h.-ard to make the (Hiinl thai a member having been found out of order in debate, was n > ? longer entitled to the floor. j I Merrberg Armed With Rules. I i Messrs. Hepburn (Iowa) and Mann I llllin |si with cotues of the rub's in their hands, appealed for recognition.j \ Mr Hepburn insisted that Mr. Wil? lett should take his seat. Mr Mann in the meantime reading tome rules on , i in case i Th- chair directed Mr. Willett to' ? lake ills seai. which tie .lid. j In vain Mr. Fitzgerald (New York! i j sought to have the chair construe, : the rubs so that Mr. Willett might : proceed. i Mr. Willeit had practically conclud? ed his remarks and he received 'he j verdict with a smile. CAPTAIN FOUND HE HAD MSUNDERSTOOO ORDERS Battleship Mississippi Arrives in Port and Drops Anchor. But Does Not Tarry Long. The I'nited State., battleship Mia I rissip, i arrived in isirt yesterday morn. ing from the naw yard at Phlladel j phla. an.I prepared to lake coal. When j the captain came ashore however he f und thai he had misunderstood his orders and that his ship was to load fuel at Lambert's Point Ml hough all 'be apparatus for c a. ing was in place, and a barge was J alongside putting potatoes tin board.' 'the Mississippi weighed anchor an I ' I proceeded to Lambert's Po.n'. Mr II 11. Walker, of this city, wli j had the contract for furnishing i?ota Joes, arranged to send his barge! -iicross tli- toads to reach the ship ! i The Mississippi is the first halt I ' ship with the n. w militarv mast 1 come into thi> rw>r'. although the new must has been seen at Old Poin j frequently . t late SHAKER ENPEAVOR COES j AGROuOD AT IVY AVENUE I Skipper Says He Put Vessel on B* to Avoid Collision With Oyster Schooner. In avoiding a collision with a si,i ill ihs'.t srhiioni'r bound up > he liver I the Norfolk an.I Vlantir terminal 1 ?teamer K.bavor ran agTOUud n the jeir in front of th. Ivy av.-nu i pi< r on th. in :u trip (torn lv> m> nn*> to S. well'? Point yes'erdav morn ins. and n nialn- d fasi in the mud n". ; id :: to in tie af'crn.*>n. wIktj ?h' ! Lacked off into deep wa'er without I srMs'ance j When v en la?t picht th. <a tai ' of ihe vessel s'sf-d tha' u was im |WMvir?l" to av id a cotllionr. with ih . schooner without pirttna bis boai on I the har a., 'h'- saillne venvl was dirrctlj >n the rhinn-l ar.lln irvln-t to a?.?iH hittlug her ? he En l"l?nf gi?und<-d As far as ran I* as->e tu ned '??>? steamer is nninjnr.-d AIhmii fori. twtsors hosnd finm this ciiv 'o X i'"Ik wer.- on th' boa' ?t 'he time, and most of 'hem w re transferred ashme in t >awj twia' :r< ni 'he |v ?. iirnm pi< r !'a*e vonr ;.n '-'iptio?i tilled by i- T.inu.-t. ? of rl virsr- st Allen Hrue S'or', Patent, n (ij talc. I 19 laa I Academy Friday HENRY W. SAVAGE The Most Notable Drsmat.c Triumph of the Seaaon. DEVIL SiaK'ii by Julius ib i-Iva. direc tor-general VnlksThra'rp Vienna and l>i'< s. ni< ?I hero h\ Mit SAVAtSK with all the author's original unique i-tagc detail precisely ?is at the (i.ir.lru Thcati* V V. EVERY WOMAN SHOULD SEE THIS WONDERFUL PLAY , per thv l-t N. Y. Journal. Seat Safe Tomorrow. POSITIVELY A GUARANTEED ATTRACION. Capital Dry Goods House Washington Ave. at 30th Street Ladies* Warm Fleece Lined Ribbed Underwear Be*t 50c grade for. $1 00 Wool L'ndcrwfar for 43c 69c Mines' aLd Children'!* Flannelette Night Gowns, re? duced to.25c Look at This. FOR SALE arid LEASE! REAL ESTATE BUSINESS LOTS MANUFACTURING BIT** FARMING LANDS, STTC Lets 60x150 ab?v? Flfty-eighth atreet; vary dstlrable fata Fiftieth and Fifty-eighth streets; lota In Second and Third rapidly growing communities, within 10 minutes of paalOlBee. PRICES RANGING FROM ?150 TO 11,800 ON VERY EASY TERMS. Call and gat Particulars. OH Dominion Land Co. NEWPORT NSVvl* VA. HOTEL WARWICK BUlf DING. Schmolz Brotbois.^ City and County Depository. , Steady croufh evidences satisfactory service; Deposits December ;:ist. i?mt . $ 51S.S4S.SS1 Deposits December ::ist. 1905 . 742.I92.S2 Deposits December 31st. l?i|C . 7*8,721.33 Deposits I>ecember -1st. 19o7 . 92b.23S 1? Deposits December :;lst. 1?08 . 1.018.321.27 TDK HKST SKRVICB. UNIFORM COURTESY. AMPLE ACCOMMODATION. The Largest a* Strongest Bank in the City Citizens & Marine Bank Wiehe* 3011 a happy snd prosperous New Year. To in-nrn haLpitiPKs wc commend orening a Bank A<*- >unt. To be absolutely certain of prosperity nx-ans >j sterna tic saving Ccnrleoue titatitetit and conservative maDagt-mmt of this Pauk r at your ''omn.anl. FOR SAFETY AND SERVICE. y n 1 will flrd a Ct.eclitnr. Account w tb the Flr^t Xa iona: Rank efficient ?r,d satisfactory lb tin the New Year t.y opening at aec.-.ao? with ua. Krerv courtesy and ac<out rood a: ion ff?nsis'"nt wi fe security. Tbe First Nations! Sink Newport News. Vs. I - tra Stites Dtjostiry. Capital Si00.000 ?urp u% 1'00,000.