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Owners Will Confer With Rs ?ra?nUtlve? of Miner*. nnXJtDEL.PH I A. PA.. Mar. 6-Con. . Jraation vii had today at the ofiiee ?-4? President Baer of the Reading Rail road of the statement made last night hp President Lewis, of the Mine Work am' Union that there will 1? a con ference here next Thursray between representatives of the union and the companies owning the mines. This conference. It in said, will aettle the Question of a wage agreement. Timber Too Widely Scattered. While there is an abundance of suit? able timber in Uraill. It la difficult to find many districts where the trees suitable tor lumber sr? close enough together for iirofitable work. Trans? portation causes much difficulty, often making It Inij-osslble to transport logs to a mill ur lumbar ?? a market. FREE TO YOU-MY SISTER Free to You ?reo every Skater Bttfc I am s woman. 1 know woman's suffuriSKS. 1 havo found th* euro. I will mail. fr?o of any ehata*. ray boas* treat* ?tent with full instructions to any sufferer truer woman's oilmenta. I want to toil oH wunvm ota>ut this cure-- yom, my reader, 1 -r youreelf, your daughter, your mother, or your outer. 1 want to tell you how ^ to euro youresJvee at homo without the help of a doctor. Men cannot understand women's sufferings. What wo winner know from experience, wo know bettor than any doctor. I know that my home treat? ment la a asfo and ?uro cur* tor i.eucorrhoee or Whitish diu: aar sea, LK erat ton, Dlspiacoai?t or tailing of the Womb, Profuse. Scanty or Painful Psriods. I'terlne or Ovarian Tsaaars or Growthsi a I jo pains as the baa*), beck and how ate, |an)hsl down feettar*. ner-.ousnnss. crtwptac asSfag up the spine, asalaachsiy, desire ta cry, hat flashes, wsartassa, kidney and Madder troubles where caused by weaknesses peculiar to our aea. I wsnt to sand you a complete ten day's treat? ment entirely free to prove to you that you can cure yourself at home, easily, quickly and surely. Re? member, that It will cost you not hin? to give the _t a eompleie trial: end If yea should wish to continue. It will coat you only about It cents a steak, or less Oava two caata a day. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. ' Just send aat wear saune aast ad drees. te? me bow you suffer If you wish, and 1 will send you the treatment Iks I Sal Bats entirely free, hi plain wrapper, by return mall. I will also send you tree of cost, my soot- "WOMAN'S OWN MEDICAL ADVISKK " with explanatory illustrations showing why aast bow they aaa easily cure themselves at home. Every woman should have It, and " Then when the doctor says?"You must have an operation,'' you can Seck?, for yourself. Thousands of ?om?n have cured themselves ? ilh my hcn.o mnely llrjreeell gat ar yeans. To Mathers of Daughters, I will explain a simple home treatment which speedily sad effectually cures Leurorrhose. Green Sickness ami Painful or Irregular Menstruation in Young Lamas. Piumpnese end health always results from lU use. r Wasjsm Tim 11?i I eaa refer you to ladies of your own locality who know and urn) gladly teO say sufferer that thia Heeae Treatment really cares all women's disease*, and make* women well, strong plump and robust. Jest send me year address, and the free ten day'a treatment U yours, slee the book. Write today, aa you may not see this offer again. Address ** MRS. M. SUMMERS. Has 428 ? ? South Bond. Ind.. U. S. A. special sale groceries week of larch 8-13 SOMETHING FINE ?Best Break fart Herring OK ft Roe, 2 cans.? JL. OLD VIRGINIA CORN MEAI_ Water Ground, 15C Pkg. LEADERS FOR THE WEEK Pure Lard, a lb. String Beans, ..a can. Tomatoes, No. 2 cm. 12c. ,5c. ,5c. 1 Campbell's Beans, 3 cans . Japan Rice, a lb. Inns Corn, a can. 25c. 5c. 6c. Best Family Flour 12-lb. Back.38c. 24k lb. sack....75c. Best Granu? lated Sugar 53. lb. Elgin Cream* ery Butter 82j. lb. Extra Checkt with these Items Also TEA and COFFEE 4 with 7 cakes AAP Laundry Soap, at.25c 3 with 1 can at. AAP Cocoa, ....20c 2 with 1 pk. AAP Rice at 10c 2 with 2 lbs Prunes, at-10c 2 with 1 can AAP Table Syrup, at.10c 2 w.th 1 can Ammonia (D~y Ammonia), at.10c AAP Smoked .15c 2 with 1 jar Beef, at... There m?y- be other Teas and Coffees as good ss ours at a higher price, but NONE BET TER. You are assured of getting a better grade here for the same price you pay elsewhere. & ATLANTIC rP?CiRlTfc 2(03 Wash. Ite. Bell Phone 4y Cltz. Phone 63 Hampton Oelltrry Wednesday Boulevard Delivery Tborwt.y. with 4 with 3 pk. AAP Mince Meat, at.25s 2 with 1 pk. Fluffy Ruffles 8tarc.ii, at.10e 2 with 1 20-oa. can Evaporated Milk, at.10s 2 with 1 bottle Royal Salad Dressing, at.*.. -23c 2 with 1 roll Atlantic Toilet Paper, at.10c 2 with 2 pkgs. Alpha Home Pud? ding, at.10c 2 w-th 1 pk. Quaker Toasted Corn Flakes, at.10c Look cvt Thi.r! For Sale and Lease! REAL ESTATE BUSINESS LOTS MANUFACTURING SITE FARMING LANDS. ETC. Lots 50x150 above Fifty-eighth street; very desirable lets between Fiftieth and Fifty eight streets; lets in Second and Third wards in rapidly growing communities, withm 10 minutes of postofhee. PRICES RANGING FROM $150 TO ?1,800 ON VERY EASY TERMS Call and get Particulars. did Dominion Land Co. NEWPORT NEWS. VA HOTEL WARWICK BUILDING Visiting Cards and Wedding Invitations If yon are in nov, of anythine id this line. Call and j pee what w? < an rlo In yon. We do all kind* of Copper M.towork. Mo iostram Stationery. Visiting CareV Weddins Invitation.-. Etc. ^| We Inrn ont nothing bnt the very finest Hans of work, j J. J. Palmer's Sons, The Leading Jewv-kr*. ?lif#tAbli*hed 18*2? Juniors Said to to teed al Immigration Tactics. CLAIM DOMESTIC LABOR INJURED Commissioner of Agriculture Target for Charge That Ha Brought Euro? paana Here at a Time When Ameri? can Workmen Were Idle. . RICHMOND, VA.. Mar. 8.?Members of the Junior Order United American Mechanics are ready to support any person who may enter the race for the position of commissioner of ag? riculture and. Immigration In opposi? tion to Commissioner George W. K?ln? er. The members are talking as Indi? viduals and not as an order, but they are very much in earnest, and they are talk.ng openly about their will? ingness and desire to defeat Mr. Kotn. er. The reason is given that Mr. Koln? er, as commissioner of agriculture and Immigration, acting under orders of the state board of agriculture, went I to Europe and succeeded in bringing many persons to this State for pas.-! lions when there were and are many men who are asking for work ot any sort. Thlg notwithstanding the com? missioner was restricted to bringing farm laborers and domestics to this, country, no skilled artisans of any i class or calling being asked to come. I Mr K?lner, it Is well understood.) wa sartlng under orders. The Juniors believe many mechanics have come in . un.Ier the law. thought they entered and claimed to be farmers, and in this) way the number of unemployed skill-1 ed men has been increased In this State. Has Heard of Opposition. Mr. Koiner said that he heard that there Is some opposition to him on the grounds stated above, but he does not understand how he can be singled out for the reasons that are being as-j signed. He says he merely did what the board of agriculture commanded I and that in executing the orders of the commission he followed closely the laws of the State and was care? ful not to enlist any person for em? ployment hereatout who was not a farm laborer or a seeker after homes in this State?tnose who wanted to bnv and become citizens of Virginia. If there are others than farm laborers or bomeseekers in the State or who are working at any other business than that for which they were sought to come to this State, he says he does not know of the facts. So far there has been no announce? ment of a candidate in opposition to Mr. Kolner. and State Treasurer Har man, of Rockbridge, Superintendent Bggleston, of the department of public' Instruction, and the secretary of thej commonwealth so far have plain sail? ing, with chances that they will gel away from the post with no one in the clays fith them. Other Candidates Absent. Judge Mann, of N'ottoway; Henry T icker, of Staunton. and Samuel W. Williams are all out of the city to? day. Judge Mann, it is announced at his headquarters to tay. is still en? gaged in the circuit cour; of N'otto? way. and he has not completed his statement regarding the liquor traf? fic. Judge William* is swinging around the State in tue search for votes, and from his headquarters here he is r?v |x>rted to be finding a great many of them. The force In his office is jubilant and they are pegging away and sending out vast quantities of literature. Legislative Candidates. Candldatea for the: legislature?that is. the house?from this city started out a few weeks ago with a rush and all at once they have subsided. Nb one Is hearing from them. Perhaps | the matter of amending the charter of the city of Richmond so as to provide for a commission to administer the affairs of the city, as recommended by Mayor Richardson, ha5 put them to studying conditions. The candi? dates will be asked to state their position on this question when they| lake to the hustings and possibly they are engage.! in feeling the public pulse on th.s aubject before making any an. nonucement. The campaign will be in full swing in 'his city within the next month. | Just as soon as the weather opens np.i From present indications there are to] he not less than 'en candidates for thej bo:se. this number including all the! old men and five new ones. Will it be a clean sweep or will the old t men retain their posts? That is at question to be decided in the primary] to lie held dnrlng the summer. I Wrack. But Passengers Unhurt | I By Associates ."resa.) | KARTON. PA. Mar. ?.?The t'hlrago-New York Express on the l^-hlgh Valley Railroad was wreck? ed in Parkcrton yard, 4? miles west Of I his city today The last two sleep? ers of the train were derailed by a hroken rail and the passengers were shaken np bt't none was Irirt The Lurid Glow of Doom was ae?n la the red faie. hands and liodv ot the little aon of H M Adams, ot Henrietta. Pa. His awful plight front nn ni bad. for five vears, de Med au remedies and baffled the best ? oefors who said ije poisoned blnrvt I.ad af.'-. t.-j his bings and notninc enn'd save him But." writes hta mother "seveu bo ties of Klectric Bit? ter* completely eure,? him." For Erup? tions. Eczema. Salt Rheum. Sores and si; Blood Disorder* and Rheumatism. Electric Bitters is sTpreine Only 88r r.usranteadj by al wreerfsts. I The Want Ads Are Business Peacemakers! In the ?tore, the office, the factory, the work-place*, the home? wherever human interests clash, wherever workers and employers come to be discordant, wherever new workers er .?ew work are the urgent need?the road to paaea lies through the want ad. columns. In almost every case, a peace-wrecking incident of daily Ufa needs but the simple remedy of a little want advertising?whether It is the sudden exit of the servant, stenographer, clerk, cook, room? er, tenant; or the unexpected need to quickly "raise some money." More and more, every day, In the lives and affairs of the people of this city, the want ads. are coming tc play the parts of adjusters, of vexation-preventers, of BUSINESS PEACEMAKERS! Advertisements under classified heads will be Inserted at the uniform rale of one cent a word for each Insertion. No adver? tisement, however small, less than 25c lor the ilrst Insertion. Special rates made on long time contracts. <s3 WANTED. WANTED?PARTNER WITH 13.000. Safe investment, best paying busi? ness In the city. Address "B" Care of Dally Press. 7 WANTED?A WHITE GIRL TO AS slst in the care of two children. Board and room furnished. Refer? ence required. Call at residence of Quartermaster, National Soldiers' Home. Va. 10 FOR SALE. FOR SALE?THE DOCKSTADER Minstrel songs now on sale. GEO D. HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210. 26th St. tf. WANTED?BY YOUNG LADY.' PO ' sition as stenographer and assistant bookkeeper. Address "A. H." Dally Press. ? 10. WANTED?TO BUY QUANTITY OF I sweet potatoes at once; If any to sell call the Council Produce Co., Inc. . 7 FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP? Nice, airy dwellings on 47th Street, between Washington and Hunting ton; "4 nth Street, near Huntington; No. 1142 25th street. North s.de of 29th Street, near Washington ave? nue. No. 515 31st Street, and one vacant lot north side of 47th Street. All have baths and other modern conveniences. Nelms & Company, Inc.. Real Estate, Insurance, Rents and I/oans, No. 2517 Washington Avenue, Newport News, Va. 10 AMUSEMENT8. Academy larch 10 M'. Edwin A. l:?lkln prtaenta the wt-ll known ViddtHh actor, MK. MAX GtMi. and an all Mar cut of popular Ylddlih player. In -YIDELESS MAR Z" MP8ICAL DR.MA OF YIDDISH LIKE IN 1 AVT BY MAX (iABKL. iT-ices: 26c, .'Or, Tie and ft.00 Sale now opco. WANTED?PARTNER WHO UNDER, stands cutting fresh cent to Join me in grocery business. Call 2200 Chestnut avenue. 10. WANTED?TENANT FOR THREE connecting rooms, suitable for light housekeeping, with lawn and garden. on Boulevard. Delightful location. References required Address "E. H." Care PresR office. lt. | WANTED?TO BUT. SELL OR EX change, furniture and stoves. C. W.. LEWIS. 2502 Huntington avenue, j LOTS POR SALE OR LEASE IN ALL parts of the city. Call and get prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO.. Hotel Warwick Building. FOR RENT. FOR RENT?COSY COTTAGE FOR 810. with porcelain bath, sewer, hot and cold water piumoing, gas range and instantaneous gas heat? er?gas for lighting and heating all through the house. Good location. Be quick. Other bargains. SOM MERYILLE TRUST CO.. Inc., It WANTED-TO SELL SEED POTA- FOR RENT-NICE FLAT. CENTER, toes. Irich Cobblers at lowest prices; or clty 4 room8 and ^th. Porcelain Hour meal, hay andIg**^ Fun ine tUD and Gas for cooking. 0nly of fruUs. COUNCIL PRODUCE $12.50: water rent free. SOMMER CO.. Twenty-eighth Street and VILLE TRUST CO. Inc lf 3-16 I_!_ Huntington Avenue. POR SALE. FOR SALE?KXCELLENT LOT ON Thirtieth street near Chestnut avenue?only 8200. 825 cash, bal? ance 85 p r month High lot and good location to build a house to rent or sell. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO. Inc. It. FOR RENT?316 AND 318 FORTY fourth Street, two ten-room houses; modern conveniences; apply 3102 Washington Avenue. 3-2-tf FOR RENT?NICELY FURNISHED and comfortable room; all conven? iences: best location. References ex? changed. CENTRAL, care Daily Press. 3-4 FOR SALE?it STORY BRICK building on Washington avenue; renting tor $900 annually. Co<t $6.800. Our price for quick sale, onlv $3.000. Reasonable terms. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO. Inc. It. FOR RENT?2 BRIGHT. AIRY rooms, with hoard; mod. conven. 130 31st. St.. B?ll phone 3r,6. 2-16-lm FOR SALE-t HEAP. LAUNDRY plant weil equipped. Apply to Nelms * Co.. Inc.. Real Estate.'insurance. Rents ?V l^aans. S?a< Washington Ave. 13. FOR SALE?OR RENT. AT A BAR gala, house No 1247 Twenty-seventh St., one month's rent free to desir able tenant. Address "OWNER." fare Daily Press, or Phone 19,7. 7 FOR RENT?LARGE, WELL LOCAT ad atom room, formerly occupies by T. W. JTJDKIN8, Terms vary reasonable. For Information apply Dairy Press o.Uce SPECIAL NOTICE. FOR SALS?GOOD BUSINESS ON Washington ao-nne for 8500 cash Owner states it wi*| pay 81.200 per year. Easy to manage. No pre? vious ex|ieri nee necessary. See us prompt;-, SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO. inc. It ATTENTION LADIES?THE MAN who is not particular about his clothes is not apt to be particular about anything at all, and the man who is particular about bis clothes might as well not be. unless he finds the right tailor Particular people are always pleased with the clothes made by T. P. Keating. 221 25th Street, and ?veating A Wruble. 428 Msla Street. Norfolk. FOR SALE? WELL BUII.T 6 ROOM dw elling near < liest nut. in good condition Renting for $120 annual? ly. Our price Ins! f 1.0*4. Very easy terms Now Pays 12 Per Cent. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO Inc 9 T. S. BOONE. EXPERT HAIRCUT ter; firs--class barbers employed: best attention paid to all. 3112 Washington Ave. 8-27 FOR SAI E FINE HIGH LOT. ON Thirtieth St Onlv $300. $2? caah. balance *:, c .nth!-- Other kx* m <ame section held at 8*0* Good, safe war to Invest a Hole nvonev Sinn ; -.<??> should be made on this lot in a >eer sOMMERVILLr; TRUST ro Inc. ? VOR S4.I.E t:?Mi|? IjOT ON FORTY eighth f?t onlv IT.nt). Riefe?? hnrwa.n In North E-d Be ojnlek SOMMER VILLE TRI ST CO. Inc * FOR SAI.E-SMALL STOCK OF groceries; good stand and cheap rent. APr. care Dally Press. 7 DR R LKK ROBINSON. DENTIST win move March 10 to opposite corner Washington Ave. and 28th St., over "The Mirror " frit hea<re BellC Homo of High Claaa Amusements. MAI IN* B * MOMT Picture Programme Pathe and Selig'a Late.t VAUDEVILLE First Three Days Headlined by RUDOLPH & LENA SINGING NOVEL: Y niss VIOLET riOORE The Dainty Comedienne Doin? Rapid Changes in the Ger? man Girl, Singirr- Soubrette and Dancing Girl Peiformances 3 to 6 Matinee?Night, 7 U 11 AdmisMon: 5c and 10c STOLEN. STOLEN ?I HAVE A BICYCLE, which I believe to have been stolen If any one can iden'iy same, they can reeover same, i?r paying ex? penses. Beryl Simpson. Phoebus. If. LOST. IJOST?A GOLD CRESCENT PEARI pin. Friday night on Washington avenue, on Washington Ave., be? tween Twenty-sixth and Twent> seventh Sts. Reward if returned ti? 211 26 St 7 FOUND. NELMS A COMPANY. INT.. ?17 Washington a Tenne. Insurance of all kinds, loans rants, real estate, notaries public. ' The oldest agwarv In this oity. See them first Of? fice hours from S to ?:00; Saturdays 8 a. wi. to 8:SI p. m 2-18 ATTENTION. FARMERS A TRUCK era?Per sale; Caaada field pews seed oats vnd fun line cardan owed and f-rti tiers 8 A. Rt'DD. phone* NORPOIX TALLOW CO ? OCAD animals naaoiaaj fron of cbanre by C. IL liasSlIt, 'Phone S4-U Hamp? ton 1241-Sav FOl'ND? POCK FT BOOK ON C. A O depot street car last night. Owner may recover by identifying pocket book at this ogfee and paying for advertisement IL HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD RtLI-S' WE can collect them. Oanrnatea to collect or no charge. GBO C. Bland, Room 2. Coiemac Bldg. Anfi.,n. Far***** g?aHH tn<1 R>n>ea>l?4 Mew nweniurrw W*4e ??? CWMer OM FsrsMare Rersiree. tfSu'Wf ling A. W. ROUNDS Canton*. 88a* ii and Wood Carver. 09 a^tf 07 Ttilrtf flnsji'th %trefft. Va. Chances for QuUk Profits Offer? ed All Purchasers at These Sales CONSULT POWELL TRUST COM? PANY, Inc., ABOUT THESE TRUSTEES' 8ALE3 OF VALUA BLE PIECES OF REAL ESTATE To be held on TUESDAY. MARCH 9. 1909. For default thereunder, respective? ly, at the request of the parties sev? erally secured in the hereinafter men? tioned Deeds of Trust, the undersign? ed will offer for sale tinder the terms of the aame, at public auction, in front of the several respective prem? ises on Tuesday, March 9, 1909, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M. That property on the East Side of Oak Avenue, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth Streets, known as I-ot Number Thirty-four (34) in Block Number Forty-five C, (45-C) on Brax ton's "Map showing the locfition of 100 lots, etc.", as described in Deed of Trust dated March 20. 1908. exe? cuted by (ieorge Haycox and wif>' to the undersigned Trustees, recorded in Clerk's OffL-e of Newport News Cor? poration Court In Deed Book No. 34, at page 21;' AND ON THE SAME DAY AT 11:30 O'CLOCK A. M., That property on the South Side of Twenty-first Street, between Roanoke and Chestnut Avenues, known as l/ot Number Forty-nine (4J*>. in Block Number Thirty-two C, (32-Ct. on Brax. ton's "Map of part of the City of New. port News," as described In Deed of Trust dated August 20. 1906. executed by Florence J. Dickens ami husband to the undersigned Trustees, recorded in Clerk's Office Newport News Cor? poration Court in Deed Book No. 31? at page 67; AND ON THE 8AME DAY AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M., That property on the North side of Twenty-eighth Street, between Jeffer? son and Madison Avenues, known as Lot Number Twenty-one (211 Id Block Number One Hundred and Thirty-nin? (139) on "Map of part of the City of Newport News. Virginia." as described in Deed of Trust dated August 16. 1902. executed by William C. Llewel? lyn end wife to the undersigned Trus? tees, recorded in the Clerk's Office Newport News Corporation Court, in Deed Book No. 24, at page 72. TERMS?In the case of each sale terms to be: Cash sufficient to pay the indebtedness secured, and due and unpaid to the beneficiaries, respective, ly. in said Deeds of Trust named with interest, expenses of sale and execu? tion of trusts; balance upon U>?ma to be announced at sales. A depotvt of $150.00 required in each case at time of sale; terms in each case to be complied -with within ten days, or respective properties will be resold at costs of defaulting purchasers. JACKSON H. RALSTON, and E. QU1NCY SMITH. Trustees. WILLIAM C. STUART, Attorney. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. NOTICE. The annual tr.ee'Ing of the stock? holders of the Newport News Ship? building and Dry Dock Company will he held at tbe office cf the General Manager of the Company, at Newport News, Virginia, on Thursday. March 11th. 1909. at twelve o'clock, noou for the election of Directors and a Pres? ident for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busi? ness as may properly come before the meeting. C. E. GRAHAM. 3-11 Secretary. UNDERTAKERS W. E. ROUSE Office and Showroom 234 236 2Sth St. fnenes 51. Res. 110 J. HUGH CAFFEE FUNERAL- DIRECTOR AND BM 1.aim er Office 'Phones. Bell and Cits. No. l. Residence, Bell No. 4L 1-jn-tf RESTAURANTS. THE STAR RESTAURANT. For Ladies and Gentlemen. We buy and use onlr the highest, grade of ever? thing that's good We want your patronage and we will do all in our power to earn lt. Cleunen and moat satisfactory place In town. 211 Twenty-Seventh street, next 81 la? ter Bldf. 1-18-1 yr. /V- <> ? 04+ \* TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS for; a Me as CIO. Station >uones. fVll. Nos. 4f?l and is;. Citizens No. IS. It.