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Probably Large Majority of Entire
Population Witnessed the
Numerous Excursions and Private
Psrties Jourreyed Down to Bay on
Craft of All Description ? Thous- j
ands Went to Old Point and Other j
Places of Vantage.
Newport News contributed her full
share of spectators :?r the Itcvi h in*'.
< anting. Probabl) a large majority
of the entire population of tti?- elt>
and' vicinity witnessed ihe never-to
boforg ;lten right from iiolnts <it v in
? ago along the shore ? t' Hampton
Heads, or from i!"- deck of craft
of sonic kind. As early ;.s S o'cl cl.
In the morning crowds were lo i>''
seen hurrying to the pu rs along the
water-front, or waiting on street
corners for cars. Hy 10:3(1 o'clock
al| of the boats bad departed, but the
trolley cars wore taxing their capacity
CO the outward runs until no n. Ii
Is estimated that fully 20.000 people
were gathered a; t>ld Polni ami abuui
half that number must have iraveled
.there by by trolley or Chesapeake &
Ohio train front this cltj and neigh?
Many Out on Boats.
Among the boats carrying exctir
?Ions out {ram here w< re the Old |)o
mlni.' n steamers Princes* Anne, Poca.
0f\ nias and Hampton: the Merchants
? ft ..Winers steamer Chatham and the
N. V. P. * N. >teanter Pennsylvania.
Un boar.! the tug Rlehinond were Mr.
Hopkins, of Richmond. Southern
! agent far the Chesapeake ft Ohio
Coal Agency Company, and a party:
on the tug Covlngton, Captain W. C.
Melvin. local agent or the Seaboard
Tranajiortation Company, and a
party; on the tug Dauntless, Mr.
Walter A. Post, general manager ul
the shipyard, and a party, and on the
Chesapeake ft Ohio Railway tugs
Alice and James X. Smith, parties of
C. ft O. officials with their families,
lu addition to i.iese vessels there
were parties on Innumerable launch**
and other small power craft. M tat
ol these vessels went out to Ihe Tail
of the Horse Shoe to meet the Incotn
.ing Beet. Ihen returned to Old Point
tt> await the arrival of the Mayflower
and witness the Interesting scenes
.there enacted.
The thousands wao journeyed t)
Old Point by trolley met with more
trouble returning Mian going, as it
was late evening before aome of them
succeeded in travelling home again
on pscked cars.
Didn't Mind the Weather.
Th." ccld. rainy and altogether
disagreeable weather seemed to have
no effect whatever tt|ion the people.
'They turned oat In throngs Just as
though the skb s wi re dear and sun?
shine warm.
I*ast night the illumination of the
fleet, a tnagnlficient spectacle, attract?
ed many people to the Boulevard, Old
J'oint and other points from which
?the fleet could he seen. Though
the atmosphere whs thick and beavv,
the electrically outlined hulls > f the
ships could be plaimy seen fr'm the
house' p< in the city.
A General Holiday.
The prediction that Washington's
Rirt inlay would be more generally
celebrated here yesterday ihafc ever
before was more thin fulfilled The
holiday w?* generally celebrated, and
the city was almost deserted during
the morning and early afternoon
hours. Many of the merchants and
?business men closed their places all
day. and practically all them sus?
pended business trom 9 o'clock in the
-morning until 3 o'clock in the alter
? The shipyard closed down at neon,
but only a small number cf men ap-j
peared for work n the m rning most
of the employes taking a f?tll day j
holiday The school* banks custom
bouse, post fflce and ci'v offices secci
rioced all dav
Many Visitors (n City. I
The cfty was filled up *|;h visitors,
again last night, although th asaedsj
of persons from a distance who eanie!
to see the fleet returned o their]
homes in the evening The Ch'aa
?peak* A Ohio ran half a d ren or
atrora special trains down from Ri h '
atoad. bringing in all more than'
ebxhiv c- aches dnrlng the day Near I j
aB of these excutsinnists host del
_r* tf mmtwtt ftr f i.
tart Titt Ctttata ?frctry
Jta tasrerwy ??? ?mc!? riewr. -. ih? vm -?
?aaeftaa* r .en-Met-fr dersrrrfSeak - ??e-eei.
? btaeste'U?? K ih'-wli ta? mn? .
mwm t>T,. t? nserl rSe*M ..n
preWrteeHtv* lrt*n -?;..-,?!..* ? ????? a.i>.
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?Mpcfl!,:, i. ,. Ut lltei rh
rs-r. rueMmesr-.nrei Kt W > ( hetrr * r* . ???
at.eawaste* memn in* i. ??km m
Mr. ?< Mx? <ltre.?tv nf*m t*? wn4
?J* pSSBJBJP t* Ik* ?, ... m ?t> hnytSC
i ? ?aawfSj < ? ?. ?w*?
are- ij re sat ?? m* rs ti? ?a-i m*?? m t?
f*???V ? vttta VT ?' I. A < ?? ? -IIIBlSI
??as iw *~rwsjWt> rrlrr 7tc |?r tws>,
ratt BsiriTsaii.r rum for t?..e mi ..?
their trains for home attain in ihe
Governor Swanson on Hand.
Governor Claude a Swanson, with
Mr?. Bwsnson the governor's siaff
and a purtv ?f friends, came down
froai Richmond yesterday morning on
hoard the Si ite police boat Commo?
dore Maurv The Vtaury steamed
out in mi'i tin1 Heel, it ml. reluming
ran slowly along the line of battle
shi|is as the President and ''he Iten
\dmirals exchanged calls
Mrs Thomas Holling, of Richmond,
is ihe gm si of Mis. William Koatic
Ay l?it, o| i h is city,
Mrs Twuglas Hrdon, of HaltImore,
is visiting her sister, Mrs IV I!
\ylell, on Thirty first streel
Mr and Mrs. H. handelsmtn and
thel daughters, ihe Missis Krank,
have relumed from Savannah, Ha.,
when Ihej attended the wedding of
Mr Marcus Krank of <>< :ila. i<> Mho
Annie Marcus.
Mis.; Annie Seiden Lush, a stu lent
j ai Randolph-Macau College Lynch
I burg, is Ihe guest of her parents, Mr.
j and Mrs. M. H. Lash. Miss l.adi
' was accompanied home by her friend,
? Miss Dorothy Morse, or Ithaca, N V.
Miss Allee |l bbs. of 'Philadelphia,
is visiting MVs. Louis l.o'h
Miss Amy B. Reinhardt id I30f
We-i Kayette Street, Baltimore, i
tbe gnesi of Mr. and Mrs Alex N
Heid, 211 Twenty-sixth street,
Mlsa Lucy Cart's. ? student a.
Woman's College, Richmond, is visit
ing her i Uber Mr .1. m Curtis
Miss Mabel Puwtdi, a studen, al
Wow aus College Richmond. |ss|>en:l
A capable company, bead by Lionel
Lawrence, appeared at the Academy
l of Music yesterday afternoon and j
last night, in The Devil." Curiosity
I carried one of the largest audiences;
that has attended this season i
to see this much discussed play w hen I
it was presented here a few weeks
' agti by Henry W. Savage's company.!
lilt very few people -would care to]
sit through a second time hence the
performances yesterday attracted lit?
tle or no Interest and Ihe audiences
i were very, very small, lu the after
I noon the players wen- among the
, few people hereabouts who were not
j witnessing the review of the fleet,
so no great crowd could have been
| expected, no matter what the attrac
. lion might have been.
Nat Goodwin Tomorrow.
The next attraction at the Academy
V II ' ? Vl ! I I Mil w '.ll I',I III
Hlna Qoodrich in their new ploy
I "The Master Hand." lnterc<t in |
this engagement has been growing!
I daily, and the mail < rder demand for
seats seems to indicate that a new
season c rowd record Is going to be |
: made.
Mr. Hoodwtn needs no Introducti n
| to local playg:>crs. and while bis
' sociale slur has never been seen here,
i her reputation as a ytnge beauty is
! well known.
I "The (Master Hand is said to give!
Mr Oocdnrtn splendid opportonlH?31
for the display of his fine talents
"The Clansman" Thursday.
| Thomas Htxon's. "The Clansman.
? w ilt |iav its fourth a initial vlsli
jto lh,. city Thurs.lsy night.
1 Tenuessee. mother of .he Kit Kbix
. Klan, right royally welcomed "The
Clansman'' on the play's recent visit
to Ihe principle cities of that state
J An eflort was made to assemble at
I these performances the chief snrviv
' itig founders and leaders of the Kit
; Klnx Klan and it was markedh sue
cessful. Among the invited guests
were Congressman (Jeorge \V Gordon,
who wrote the ritual of the order:
I-aps I) McCcrd. Ho- printer who
printe,| It: Major lames 1?. Crowe,
another founder of tbe society: ex
! Governor Porter, now chancellor of
I !hr Pealiodv Normal at Nashville, and
j Secretary of State .lohn \V Morton.
I who as Cvclops of tbe \a?hvil|e |>en.
[cheved the order of d:*l-andment In
1*?;!? by riding his thirty five white
j and srarlet horsemen ?hroigh the city
I in the teeth of 3.?o" Reeon.vrnrtion
1 'iti'iM.i anil 2?*' metropolitan poliee
VaitftTHU Ptefirt?
Immense < rrwd- saw the pti lure
snd vaudeville shows at the II? II
heater ! - night, and th.- bill ff
the ftrvt half of the weeh sc red a
pi.iced hit .lohns-.n snd Hr*t>
nan do * whirlwind singing lalhiatt
and dancing ?pecum thai gits iing'i.
?>r an 1 apptauw gslore i> ihe
Srs; ;h?w however the team pefee
t sted several jokes of a ace-etonv
Me character snd the manttv-mert
did * me "trimming '*?<?'. the sc
vi? all wed t i go on agsii
I Mb? Mary lawr.-n.. ,-,
Icomedienne does an entertanlng turn
ami set. a liberal rhi^e of a; ptaare
Thi* bi:' will he rep atr-d onta*:
twtth a new program of Ed>.'~. and
J Pat be moving ptctares.
Alton B. Parker Orator o( Day at
University of Virginia.
Does Not Believe Organic Law Should
be Set to Attain Good Fci An indi
vhIu.h or tor Small Part of Com?
i By Associated Press.)
rihAltl.OTTKSVIU.IC, \'A Peb SJ
tltoii It. Parket, or New Vork, was
the iTinolpal h|M>ak< r at ihe Washlng
tou Birthday celebration at ihe I'nl
versiiy of Virginia today.
Mr. Parker's theme was the life and
ehiirac ei of Washington
Mr Parkft stld;
Judge Parker a raigned the lendem y
hi our government in recent times, a.
he said, to gel away from the conservj
Msin" i Wasblngi isi. He said in
stead of I oking upon so. ie of Wash?
ington's policlc. as "antiquated",
the) wom!,| be peculiarly betiellcial
and applicable to prewnl conditions
In df; ens. nig Washln.gtoa s Parewell
Addr.-ss the speaker drew some ; er
linenl iomparls ins between the now
and ihen, and sonnded ;! note <>i warn
lug i i what In- cullec ihe ? lisping
si oil of Ihe littles "
.It dge Parker sai l:
"II he: of late been too gr atly ihe
practice io excuse departure from
ihe sale guide of past ex;.erleT5^e
disregard of hlatorle ana!ogy- <? np
l< il with a I ptiou or what nre lernted
tlra ly or nudern policies. b\ ihe a.t
rcrtlon that attendant conditions have
so greatly varied In Ihe past hundred
yen.-, cr ii: re. In reason of '.hie i.
known a.s modem progress, that '
wisd m ot th se who preceded i.- hit
the lolly of today."
Referring to Wasnington'a concep
i Ion of the scope of tho o.Tlcor of
President of a Republic the speaker
"That the citizen so elected is a
person to whom j-- A legated the trust
of administering the executive g"\
ernmenl of this country and nothing
oiheir or beyond is a fact which sn uId
.it all times be presenl in the thought
<>: all our citizens,''
S,leaking or the maintenance ot
great military establishments In free
governments. Judge Parker .said:
' Inauspicious he cuil? them 10 lib?
erty; hostile be find* th m to repub?
lican forms cf government in every
paritcul-ir, and it Is in the ability
thereby attained lo avoid standing
armies and great navies lint Wash?
ington deems the I'nion to be one Ot
the gi, at factors making for iir lib
city. "
In regard to the importance of pre?
serving the Constitution, he sild:
"At all limes there are in his
world men whose mentality is such
that they do not appreciate the value
in Itselj the society in which they
dwell ef settled conditions: who he
' lieve that tin- attainment <>r a par?
ticular good Tor an Individual, or a
pan of the community <>r the whole
oomanunity, outweighs any possible
diMiger to a-rise to every individual
member of tin- community, from a
setting asli.e of what we call e :\ ii
tionai methods. Such men arrogaie
IO themselves .1 prescience which
may b- justified, but their claim
wbetetj we must in the ligh of his
tory 100k upon with reaerte."
I' titiiniing ihe speaker said:
"The address deals also with a sub
ject cf ever-rtat'iirrliig moment to tint
country which we have b en wont
t > coni| teas into Ihe phrase: t ie
avohlanee . f entangling foreign al!I
ances The diplomatic history oi the
I aited State* show*, until, perhaps,
these last few years, a close adher?
ence to this maxim, and through and
under tha- adherence n?- mtghi ai
most say bj reason ot it. have we
pn spered.
'He bids us not bo b ? into politi?
cal connection with f reign nation:,
through the ex ension of our com?
mercial r. la 10ns with th worlds at
large. ?4 us us uajainst - r bee til?
ing implicated in the rictsr'titde* of
w. rid iioiliics: and recalls -xir goo
graphical lovati. n which permits us
this raelnaJveneas l>??oking. j-. we
have ? en, ' the :hen future well
as to the then rem-at. he note** ??ut
if otir I nion continue we mns eecea
Balily bee me of a strength whl h
will i>ermit 11s to refuse to pe"!ri
pate in fi.eign c .ntrover*!. a tha'
we shall become, as we have become
too strong fcr waT?n8 nations t.? dare
to give es pt.v cation and that h
1 be occupancy of a place slo f re
shall Ih- in a position where we mV
? onsiib the di.na ? ?>f justie.- i ? de?
termine ?. ttr ??Hirse as . vents .-hall
arise ""
We have hiard latterlv thai We
a-e .1 w rid jwiwer .md must assume
mir position as snrh eonMnn.-d 'be
si-'ak.-r thai we ba 11 I nub-e- 'he
allrgi ? day which Is mid to be
thnust t-|w>n us by our acquir.'d ;>r m
Inewee among 'he nali.u s The ?r
r inp ut is sptilaws; its end* is de?
sired ion It nukes in 'he last an
alrsts. n. r.-l- f?r the aggrindire
SaCDt f -h* tew -o the nlMma'c ?ll*
e;? of tb.- mini t: ?*? f r-ien a '.d
avalnn it h.- has warned t? i
Jnds Park-r pan hi?h fibute t>
?.'??hmg on's tharser.-r and said sin?
cerity was Iij (joaHna ing note.
\ Thousands of Letters in four Hund
|. red Pouche? of Ma , For Officers
and Men
I Willi a large cargo o supplies and
ship fleet, .mil four hundred p'iiiche.i
I hi' mull comuiug man.' ihousan Is f
! Ifll'-i':; iidilressed I i lli<- twelve liions.
und ufllcor? and men on hoard the
various warships, in I'ni ed St.
I supply ship Culgoa sleatned oui from
[Clusajieake ? Ohio |.i?-i No t yesit r
day morning ami di plied down t ?
I'Hi in pi on Koads to uw ? the arrival
of the iiieomlng fleet
I The Culgoa arrived in |iori Friday
, aifternoon und has liei u loading sup
i plies of provisions, ?hieb were fur
j llisliell hy local HI. !. !i. Ills I I tile
j ileei sinr-e * that date, ih' lasi load
j heilig placed on In.aid lata Sund ty
[ n igln
The four hundred ; miclies of mail
Men- brought over front the Norfolk
nav.i yard late Sun.I., afternoon li\
Ihe government tut llocket, and d'
' liveii'd aboard the siiiiply ship. S tut?
or im thousands el I'Mt-rs pr hably
tt ill be the first thill man: <>! Ibe s til.
or- have rccelvtd im.m lionie iti
mon i Iis.
Ne\A?; Not Confirmed?Crime Said to
Have Been Committed in Nsrth
(By Associated Press.!
Ml.MORAL BLUFP. (JA., Keb. 22.?
Ii is H'|M>rted here thai three White
I men have been lynched i.ear here
as the result <jf outrages committed
upon the stepdaughter of Robert Rob
erisoii, <>i Culberson \ C
The sim of l) i.on lerinill;. charged
with being ;he main perpetrator in
the alleged fiendish crime upni the
young woman, has been placed In
jail at Murphy, N. C.
All ol the persons implicated are
whin- although if lias been impossi?
ble to learn the names ol the others
or to uei a confirmation of the re?
ported lynching of three of Ihe young
Verbal Acceptance of Invitation By
Wireless to Attend Social Ses?
sion at Home.
In response to the invitation sent
by wireless several days ago, New?
port News Lodge. No HIS. B. P. O.
KIks. yesterday was notified that the
i KIks with the fleet would find it con
venient to attend a social session at
the local home next Thursday eve?
ning. An officer from ihe tieet called
at the home and delivered Ihe accept?
ance of the Invitation.
The entertainment committee of
the lodge is making elaborate prepa?
rations for the social session, which
promises to lie one of Ihe big events
til the year at (lie home. There are
latge numbers of KIks with Ihe fleet,
and it Is expected that practically all
of them will get their liberty to at?
tend the function.
I _ m , m _
Schooner Rasmussen Sinks.
(Bv Associated Press.)
NORFOLK, VA Keb 22. -- The
schooner R.ismussen, Captain Hamil?
ton, went ashore at Smith's Island
inlet today, and springing aleak, when
tl ated at high tide, sank
The crew was saved by a passing
outbound vessel The schooner ? is
en route to Brighton, Va? wiih a
load of guano
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
Milwaukee. Win. ? "Lydia K. Ilttk
l;am'< Vegetable ( < impound has made
[roe a well woman,
and I would like to
tell t lie w hole w orld
of it. I suffered
f mm female trouble
and fearful pains in
my back. Iliad the
liest doctors and
they all decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
female trouble, and
advised an opera
lion. Lydia K.
Ilukrum's Vege'ableCompound made
?lie a weil woiii.in .-el 1 have no more
backache. I hope I ?-au help others by ,
tctliug tliem what Lydia K- Plnklmm's
Vegetable Coitu^'ind has done for
tue " Mit?. I.mk, I wsk. s? FfrstSt.,
Milwaukee. Win. |
The shove is only one of the tbon
sands of srt.it.-f.: ietters which are j
constantly being received bv trie '
Itnk'iam Mtilit i'i, Company of Lynn,
Mass . a hh-b pr. tv .? he rood a doubt that
i.y.ha >". HitkltamVVegetable ('..?.
pound, made fr.'in root* and herbs. I
actually does ri:re these ohntiiatr dit- I
eases of women after mil other inrans
l!j*t failed a:id lltat every such ?Uf?
ering >i.tiu;i owe. it to herself to at
least glte Lydia K Plnkhasn's Vegwta
blr Compound a trial before snlmtit.
tii.e to an <'|? i.itioit, or giving up
hope of recovery
Mrv I'inkfcoiitt. of LyMs. Has*.,
in,.f. ?? ail ?i< k wanes) to ?rite
her for :id \ 1? < she lia? gin<l? ?I
thouownd? lo b< allb ami her
advicr is free
Mr. and Mrs. mired Thomas Wit?
nesses of Dfilmar Tragedy.
Many Ladies. Naval Officers' Rela?
tives, Lost Baggage, Inauding
* Gowns Which They ^.Expected to
Wear at Chamtaerlm Functions.
'Vir and Mrs Alfred Thomas, of
i his eiiy. w ho i elurni I fr.ini New
Yc.rk yesterday morning over Hi''
\. w Vork. Philadelphia i; Norfolk
Kallruad, were in tin- wreck in which
seven |>< ; le losl their Uses al
Delmar, Del., early yestertuy morn
Ing. Vir. and Mrs. Thomas ccupied
herihs in iIh- tif h nl" the ?'igln Pull?
man cars attached to the train, mid
heyr-nd a little shaking tip were um
harmed by Ihe experience.
When seen last night Mrs. Thomas
stated that the passengers in the Pull. I
man cars w< re a little excited when
the collision first occurred, but were'
soon calmed down by the assurances
of the conductor. .Several men v. h l
were in the same par with them went ;
oil' t . see ihe wreck and returned Mi
the ear with a vivid storj of Hie burn ,
itig of i he men w hi lost III ir live;;
in tbe baggage car.
M my (if the ladies on board of the
crowded Haiti were wives and sifters
o; naval officers who were travelling
from New Vork to Old P-int to wel?
come their r< laMves home, und in the
burning of the baggage car they lost
all of their trunks containing hand
some gout s which were to be worn
at the vnriop.8 functions and dinners
to he held at Old Point during the
( ming week.
It was reported aboard 'ho train
that a sniaril safe which was me tii"
1 reo*", belonging to Rear Admiral
iSpcrry and containing a number of
valuable effects was destroyed in Ihe
burning of the baggage car
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have been in .
CSew Vork for the past few- days as,
the ttiests of the National Biscuit
Company f r which Mr. Thomas is
local manager. The company enter?
tained all of its managers and their
wives at a banqtr t in the Knicker?
bocker hctel. New York city. Saturday
night. I
Brothers of Fleet Invited to Make
j Headquarters at Home.
" Open House" for the Eagles with
\he fleet will be kep; at the home
of Newport News Aerie. \<v .190. F.
O. Eagles, this week. The Aerie has
tendered a special invitation to tbe
sailor ?'birds" to make the home their ,
headquarters while ashore.
There are about 120 Eagles with ?
I the 1'it'leship fleet.
Hurtington Rifles Social Club Enter- '
tain at Armory. j
The first military ball given by the ;
Huntington Rifles' social club in Ar-,
. raory Hall last night was an enjoya
ble affair. i
The hall was tastefully decorated
for the occasion with flags and pen?
nants and about thirtv wviples were
j present to enjoy the hospitality of the
I Attractive souvenir cards were
i issued for the occasion I'.- the commit
j tee in charge of the affair, the feature
1 of ihe evening heing the playing of
(the Huntington Rifle march J?y Smidt's
orchestra. |
j Injured in Elevator Accident.
fflv Associate,) Press!
j NORFOLK. V.V. Feb. 22?E. A I
i Sale, brother of State Senator W. W.
' Sale, was seriously injured tonight in
: an elevator crash at the Seaboard
i Hank Building.
The elevator ran away to the top'
of the btlfldiac and Mr Sale was
I harled violently against its roof it I
is feared that he is Interaallv in-j
Dh. fe Tsars!
I The Town Grumbler?"I dun'no*
what thines is cotnin* to Poor old
Henry gone. Km .land's bitstetl her
leg. the old woman's ill abed, an'
now. doggeno nie. if I aven'i lot-t my j
? knife." Harper's Weekly.
~~~ i
Calendar for Today.
Sun rises.?:t.i a. m
Sun sets. .S.Ttt p. m
High wa!?r.11:.17 a. m
Low water..". .t? p. as.; 8 ">7 p m.
Englishman Beats Bntt.
iRv Associated Press I
I.ONHOV Peb 22 lohnn? Sum
mers. the Fnalisb pubilisr "onlght re j
reived tb< e>rktiaaj i or Haassi Rrftt.l
? f Cslifo-r.ia in a 2? lottnd boo'
The fight was held before the NI f
tiMial S.ortlng (inb
comes to more homes beeatise of
rt.iip ih*n for an? other reason
TION ?nhdne? snrl ronqoe.-s croup,
pnenniotna. eoids. <onehs and all aii
meats wher.- congestion and inflam
ma*ion are the ruiee External. re?d
lly slnwirhed and "o barm can come
from e?ing It Keep ft in the homo
snd fee| secure gold by all drag
gis's from fi "V to 2Sc.
[capital Dry Goods House |
x ****smncTon Avenue at thihtieth stheet
{Special Sale of Ladies'
' Spring Suits Today
! at $15,00. s
J These Suit* are a SPECIAL BARGAIN. S*d them ^
Schmelz Brothers, m.
City and County Depository.
Steady growth evidences satisfactory service;
Deposits December Slri, 1H"4 . f !>!8.C42.9G
Deposits December 1 st. iwor. . Tti'.lfi.si
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Dr. Bull Passes Away in Savannah.
Had Been Failing for About
a Week.
(By Associated Press.)
SAVANNAH. GA.. Fei?. 22.?Dr
William Tillinghast Rull, the special?
ist, who cattle here recently from New
York, died at Wyml'Tn. Isle of Hope,
at noon today. He had been failing
for a week and became unconscious
at noon yesterday. The announce?
ment of his death was made by tho
attending surgeon. Dr. W. R. Craw?
ford, who was for years his assistant
in New York. i
Dr. Hull passed away njaietly at
noon today. The end was due to
od erne of the lungs. For the past
few <lays his condition had gradually
grown weaker
Dr Ruli's body left tonight for New
York ct'y. Funeral arrangements will
not lie made until aft -r the arrival
ot the bodv in New York.
Mrs. Bull was with him a: the time
of his death.
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district of Minnesota: John K. Salfer.
Southern district of Ohio; Oscar R.
Hundley. Northern district of Ala?
bama: Royai A. Ounnison. district of
Alaska and Herbert F. Sei well.
Eastern dtssrict of North Carolina
?Mr George E Harn?'!, of this cttv.
and Mrs Sarah Wiley, of !>-xington. [
Va.. were married yesterday after-j
n on at 4 .10 o'clock at "It Fortv
foorth ?triff The ceremony was]
pe rfaimed] by Rev. p R Hemterltte
in the i?resence of a f*w r.-la'ive?
and friends of the the couple The
i ride w?s dressed in a light blue
travelling suit and carried |?ink ?ar
na ions. The bride and groom left
for a Northern lour after which thc
wi|| he at homv to their friends in
thi? eitv
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Furniture and Safe?,
Carefully and
Promptly Moved.
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Byes examined and glasses guaran?
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l?i f*th
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Council Meets Ton ght.
Th? common rouncii nv-er* tonight
in adjourned special 'essi n to dis?
pose of matters w^iich mere on the
calendar ; r the special meeting held
last week. Among the measures to
be ac ted u;on are ordinances appro-' * _ _ ?-.? ? -
printing flown f'-r special sewer w. rfc Monte Artcll W ns.
made necessary by ihe new pavtaej SAN FRANCISCO. Feh 22. ?
and appropriating ab?ni $1 Vo for Monte Atie|| got the neei<lon over
. ? rs work in connect; n with t-.- .lohnnv Rc ?an a- the end of a round
paving. I bout this afterdoob

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