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New Traris-Htlantic Palace Makes Her First Trip Across NEW YORK, Juue 2? ?The *?>?? ship "George Washington," named in honor of the first President of the lulled Slates, and the largest Ger? man trans-Atlantic liner afloat has made be first trip. The "George Washington" Is the latest addition to the fleet of the North German Uoyd and extraordi? nary efforts ha\e heen made by the company to make the new steamship in every way worthy of Its great name, in striving to carry out this plan one of the greatest decorative artists of Germany made a special trip to the United States for the sole pur? pose of studying Washiiigtoinsnn. that the magnllcent pictures whicn adorn the great assembly rooms of j the steamer might he authentic and mi keeping with the name and fame or Genera! Washington The American Ambassador to Be* many, lir, David .layne Hill, christen ed the "George Washington aim with his secretaries was on board at the successful trial trip a few days age. when the "George Washington made an average speed of mi knots per hour over n measured course. At the time of the launching President Koosevelt and H. If, the Kmperor ot Germany, felicitated the North Gor man Lloyd ;.n the building of the great ship and each expressed the hope that the great ship would have a h ug and prosperous career is uniting twi: friendly peoples. On Wednesday, .lime 23 tne Daughters of the American Revolution of the New York Slate Kc gent, Mr.o William Cutumlug Story, and the State Iis purposes, toguher with disi.urt Ive character. \ Ksr more nrdotis condition* ? xist Tn this work on a st> amship than lar a hotel, apflrtment house or r?.ldeuce. On boa id a steamship the d sign, r provides a framework of iron o.la.uns and girders which cannot b-- ?Otteal rkl of, odd coriors, curved aides, und: with all these disadvantages to con-' lend with the interior archil"'t Mskti transform II into a harmoiiiau.e who: In consonance with tne fundamental] tin ury Good Health in Hot Weather. Most people in the towns and cities] of Virginia view the arrival of the hoi | summer months with dread and ap piehensien. Hot streets, hot days, op presslve nights, headaches, stomachI complaints, lassitude ami ennui are| pictured in tht- mind as the usual con ci mmitants of the summer mouths in] this climate As a matter of fact, there Is no reason why anyone in the etiles and towns should fear the summer. To be sure If all rules of health are dis? regarded, and If a person tries to live in the summer as he would In the winter, there is a grave uanger of sickness and physical dlscoiiuort, Hut. on the other uaml, a few common sense principles, rigorously followed, will insure the city man u comfortable ami healthy summer, no matter how| hot the weather may be. The first essential for good health I in summer is precautions against j Wet Regent, Mrs, Samuel Lyma? overexert loo. No man should walk Munson, will unveil a broti/.. inemorl during the hot hours of a summer s al tablet erected In honor of Prcs.d-nr *?> ?''>' n,orP t,mn m necessary He Washington on the steamer They Bn(>,,1<1 n,,t sports k..? j ..... ,u . i .,' <r gunies when the sun is hot. and have invited many Of the patriotic ^ J"?", ?oM ^ Mm u ,??,.? H societies of the city and State to ]M,HHil,u. walking in the broiling sun vastlc.pate Jn the ;n ? monies, an.l Dr. witnrut one-a hgt ,? ?? dangerous as Woodrow Wilson, president of Prince- lt |? senseless and useless, ton, snd Bishop Oreer are expected Careful diet is also very necessary to make addresses t I for summer comfort. Vegetables and The "George Washington - will re-l'r?i,a are healthy and nourishing, if I main in port until July I, when she taken in moderation, but meats should .. *._. ' , .. _, net be eaten In large quantities. TT, m 'e ", "\ ,1 The pr,.ut man will avoid over \ ork tor I I, mouth. ( he, In>ui gl. a.,-l ^. (h). 811?im an(| will tilho Bremen. Five or six days will b (.,(r(. ,? lir|,V(,n, ,??,,,,??. whji? ?,.,.,, given over to the public to Inspect. lnR njs bowels ?,?,?. fooling, nun I alcoholic drinks are sometimes help fill, but they should always be used this new giant of the ocean. The ??George Washington" Is the first grpat trans-Atlantic lined to 00 most nimlerately. d"e'orated In the new style of applied Next in importance comes the quos art. tlon of rest. While the climate The architects of interior decoration Virginia Is not so horrid as to demand and design were give,, the ttntmst 'he complete suspension of all work . . . ^ . during the midday hours, it is so freed, in and have pmdnod the mos, ^ thai none should attempt the .Mi lls:!,, r- suits. In the Interioj- of nani(.,? wnrk ?f ,hf, dav flilrlnK that I the -George Washington" It is adtnitt-( time The hest plan is to regi;late| ed that German applied art kaai your work so that routine matters, m achieved Its greatest triumph. Much has been written alsmt this' new art. which is belli;, used almost l?*?vlng im|Mirtant and exerting busi exclusively abroad for Interier deco-l***1 ?? ,n" morning and late after ration. Wltn a view to eradicating, n<25 ,T5 , . , . , Watch changes In the weather and tue purposeless character of the in-l ..ban^ ,-iothlng aceordinglv. If ter.or dceotatlons of steamships the a c0<>1 Kp#n ,.omp!. on ,?? on more elrthing; If an unusually warm siiell '.your wirk so that routine matters, i-i I volvitig little physical exertion, should I i' be performed In the middle of the day, Nor'h German Lloyd resoititety tocg the advanced step of inviting the lcpd ing architects of interiors to fit up (he cablues de luxe of the great express steamship "Kronprinzessin Cecilie." From the competition which ih< suited. Prof. Hrtino Paul easily estab? lished his supremacy, and he was naturally placed In charge of the modernising of the decorations nm interiors of the steamships of the North German Uoyd. In the "George Washington ' the ar? chitects for Interiors wer? rtimmla sioned to extend their art to all the great public rooms. The ?qi.ipm.mt of these offered the most difficult :>roh. lems. because of the limitations tm posed by structural condit ons and the necessity of perfect adaption to occurs reduce unnecessary clothing to| a minimum. Never forget that wood health Ifll gcod common sense consistently prae-1 tired Short M.-alth Talks THIS IS AN AGE OF WIRELESS ELECTRICITY SPECIAL HI6H GRADE LIQUORS For Salt! Canadian CM Whiskey, qt . %\.Zb Black and White Scotch Whist&ey . 1JJ? Spanish Wlae. Montlo.-lhv riaret Double Distilled Rrandy . Port and Sherry ?1.0C Biackoerry Long Island Malt, $1 SO per doe. All kinds wines and liquors la btitk to stiff yorj taste sad pocket. George R. Wood If the next decade brings as many victories as the past, a wireless era | will have been establisned. It is little more than a decade since Mar? coni's achievement astonished the! world?little more than a year since] DeForrest demonstrated the practica? bility of the radiophone. Other wire? less scientists had been working along similar lines for years without at? tracting attention. The great impulse came with the first success. Hosts of experimenters, professional and amateur, are working at the problems Wireless science Is being taught in I public schools and colleges, and there are now institutions which specially fit students for the work. That electrical power sufficient to propel airships or furnish energy for any purpose can be transmitted through the air has been shown time and again by different inventors Aside from driving vehicles an small 1 boats by wireless power, inventors j I have run machioery. have cooked, have lighted electric bulbs, m fact] have accomplished everything ther could with power over wires, fhougn | In a smaller radius. Soon they too, sll energy will be distributed in j this war No longer w.'ll smokestacks cr reeking locomotives and autoaen biles poison the sir Vessels will ev?n chum fh? seas propelled by the invisible force Coal, if used at all. will be transformed directly ?o energy at the fWds Mnf important, how? ever, will be the natural sources soon ] as Niagara Falls, which could supply j mo?t of America, provided thej elec? tricity could be transmitted ecoaomi | rally. Perhaps the most ennviaring dem castration of the tbeorv was that first! made by the Ca toe. periaV Rs 11 read j about a year ago A motor car drtvew | by electrtritv. transmitted wtrHess ly frnea a central station la ta*j freight yards at Omaha, Neb. banl?w| strings wf frekgwt ears, day after day. attaining *pe*d of six l/wiet in Vi Mr. I ' that control Many Distinqusshed Men te Attend ,Camp Perry Marches. SECRETARY DICKINSON INTERESTED Head of War department and His Son Both Expected tc Witness Rifle Shooting This Summer?Prepara tiont on Big Scale. WASHINGTON. I) C JlUM J*.? Mure dlslliig.iishcd visitors are ex? pected at Camp Perry. Ohio, In Au? gust next, to witness Hie National Rite Mate lies, than have ever attend ed similar matches. A cordial In? vitation to visit the matches has he, extended to President Taft. Secretary| of war Dickinson, the members of the Senate and House committee en Mil? itary Affairs, and other distinguished | men. Iiy Gen. James A. Drain, Presi? dent of the National Hille Associa lion of America. The National Hille and Revolver Mat olios :>egtn on August 2:!. and will he followed im? mediately by those of the National! Rifle Association. It is not probable, that President Taft will find it c venlent to attend the matches, lit R life member of the N. R. A., and during bis administration of the War Department rifle practice made great strides frrward. In presenting the mutter to the President. Gen l>rain| said: "It seems sm?r you;- si Ianaance for even a part of one day within this period wculd' add im? mensely to >lie success of these tru? ly National contests thus making fori greater rifle efficiency and increased | in war to our Nation as a mnkor and preserver of peace for ourseli and others." * In addressing the Senators and Hep-1 resentnllves. Gen. Drain slid, in yart: "These tpatches afford ttie greatest country to perfect themselves in the use of the weapons which would be placed in their hands for war. With? out the Incentive thus afforded It is doubtful if the wide spread interest in target practice which has been rgowing in the United Stntes for the last five years could ever have been creati-d it it felt thnt in no other way can the safety of the coun? try be better conserved than by the Instruction of our men in rifle prao alce. Such a course seems to promise the most reasonable assurance ot IK.wer to the Nation to preserve to ourselves and other countries." Secretary Dickinson is greatly in-1 teresied In rifle practice as Is his | young son and it li more than prob? able that both will be visitors to Camp I Perry during the matches. Thel National Matches proper, as distin? guished from those of the National Rifle Association, are shot under the dtrecticn of the Secretary of War. the rules for the same being prepared by the National Hoard for Promotion of Rifle Practice, of which Assistant Secretary of War Robert Shaw Oliver, is president. The preparations for the National: Matches are on a larger scale than | ever before. Approximately one hun? dred regular army officers and T.fMs?1 troops will he stationed at Camp Perry during the matches, <'ongress has appropriated $12.nou for the mess? ing of the competitors during the| national matches and the prize money will be largely increased. From l.oonl to I.Sfto competitors will participate! in the National Matches and those | of the N A R. and manv mere inj the Ohio National Cnard Matches and | those of the Ohio State Rifle Asso? ciation and the l>epartment of thel Lakes Rifle Association, which pee-j cede the National Matches. The con? tests begin August 9th snd run to I September .Ird when the Sea GIrtj Tournament opens. ASKS FOR PROHIBITIVE TARIFF OH COCAINE] j New York Police Commissioner Bing ham Says This Would Help Break-up Illicit Traffic. NEW YORK. June 2?.?Derlarp.g) thst sll the police heads of the coun? try would be great I y helped if a prac? tically prohibitive tariff was placed on foreign cocaine and Internal revenue restriction* on the domestic supply of the deadly drug. Theodore A Ring ham. police commissioner of this cHt| has today written Senator AMrtch f urging that ?-encivsii give this protec Sinn 10 all American senses. The | spread of the coral we craze ia N Tork City has heeoase -widespread I snd insidious." General Ringham] points not. and already hts depart meat has Hated sixty three drug ?tores as suspected of extensive Illicit j rasas to rtrtlsss of Ibis dr-ig If this national evil is to be checked, it Is tte| opinion of the arBce head here, coa follcw the rceoss of the Asaertrsn Health! I^atme aad shut off by tariff tax tee local lavs ] to reptdly w?e>n Ik BMs plea from New Tore s no tre head, sssnv similar rommeatca Does from local aiHhontlee who meat alao seht tea cerain* curse are hetng recehred today by the raalreen tke senate nnaace ^ mmttte* Phil ample, medical and charitable or sre Joining the Aaseriran Health '?earne to arge teat fhts vital easaefta. n?y to gase? tke? payatcaJ aad moral ?illnre of even i inmi.nity in IhS land !?? noi nei-leeiod by their rep? resentatives at Washington TM Issel . era of this movement are asking every will/on who would protect liis lionie I town from this drug plague to write Senator Lodg* VhO is calling 'lie matter to the at ten - i< n of the S -u ate. SiiutliiiK evidence of the grip whu li ?M ? cain- habit has taken upon com niunities in every section or the conn, try baa been presented to con? gress. It is estimated that some 15'?. .i i nie es .?!' the powerful drug wer1 COBMnsI last year In this country, conndearMe more than half of which is known to have gone to meet the i ravings of the victims of its deadly ?Slit, Though Ma use is usually mote or less confined lo the lower and mo.-e IIt < us classes, it is recorded thai : c in ( I children have been approach? ed, inl taught to use the drug, while distinguished physicians and other professional men have fallen before Its Insidious isiwers In almost every one of Ikjose cases, the men who pan? der to the drug victims have been able to e< area] their source of supply hj Mm,, rtlhg i ct aine from London or Hamburg, it is shown. Only a removal of the source 01 fupply of the drug can cure Its vic? tims of the habit, medical men de? clare, and such a result could only be brought about bv tno proposeti duty of $1 .".it an ounce on f< reign co? caine. Hacked by the reputable phy? sicians < f the country and the fathers and mothers who seek to shield their i. minimi: leg from this subtile irag habit. Hie Ann rican Health Vjeagae ts today looking to congress for this particular form <if real home pn tec tlon. Bllow Out the Gas Safely. During the year 1 !*??7 there were IM deaths in New fest City nlon? caused by gag, t)f this number. BBb were accidental, and IBt were rui cides. This is the condition of at fairs which seggested to an inventor the possibilities of a devrco turn would remove the dangers of asphyx? iation whi. h surround every user or Kas. The principle of the Invention which he finally perfected is the obi cne of "expansion and contraction. ' The mechanism of the burner, wntcn locks and unlocks itself automatically according to the pressure of the ga> is enclosed in a metal shell, which differs little in size or nppearnneu from the ordin?r burner The How of gas is (Ovens*) by a chain, whien when down, permits ignition, but ShoeU the light be put out from any cause the chain will go np. thus turning off the supply.? Van Xorden .Magazine for .Inly. Katz's Great Sale! Come early to avoid the fus:i; our store is crowded daily. Hi n's fBt, $1S Suits.$7.98 Meal $12 Suits .$5.98 Odd Coats. 25? MB pairs Men's Pants at hair price. Hoys' Khaki Panta?- Knicker? bocker S to H>, pair.45e Ladies' 2">c Cause Vests ....15c H.-SI Table Oil ( loth, yard ..12e And l.r>on I?airs of Shoes to tit all feet at saving from 5uc to Jl no a pair. Pon t forget our ;oc Men's 1'nderwear .25c -~>e t'liderwear.15c KATZ East Queen Street HAMPTON. NOTICE! To Drivers of Car? riages and Auto? mobiles ! ALL DRIVERS OP CARRIAGES AND AUTOMOBILES AWE EARNESTLY ASKED TO OO SLOWLY THROUGH THE GROUNDS OF THE HAMPTON WORMSL AND AGRICULTURAL IN STITUTB SINCE ALL OF THE STREET? ARC USCO AS WALK WAYS AND THERE AWE SO MANY PEOPLE VISITING THE GROUNDS AT ALL TIMES. COMPLIANCE WITH THIS REQUEST IS ABSO LUTELY NECESSARY IN ORDER TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS. Through Cars to BUCKROE! Beginning today the NEWPORT NEWS AND OLD POINT RAILWA, AND ELECTRIC COMPANY will operate through rar? to Huckroe Beach in the afternoon beginning at 2 oYIooa\ The main line cars rrom Newport. News will run direct lo the tn:i< h aaari fifteen minute* frehi 2 o clock each af term on, while at Phoebus, there will he two transfer ears for Old Point. KING STREET LINE IN HAMPTON Wilt* operate a twenty minutes sehe- j dule i<> lluckroe from 2 o'clock each' afternoon, a double ear system he'nr. placed on this line In order to ac? commodate the general public. These ( banges w ill be idfeeUve .Tune 25. 1909. NEWPORT NEWS <ND OLD POINT ? I P. R. A E. CO. When Your Friends drop In for the evening a glass or two of genuinely good whiskey is provoca? tive of cordiality and enjoyablo eon- I verse. To lie sure of Ihpior excellence , see to It that the beverage comes from our cellars. Some line whiskies, wines, brandies, etc., etc., are hen at | reasonable prices for case lots. Ceti, our ligurcs. Port, per gal.31.1)0 Sherry, per gal. 1.00 Claret, per gal. 1.00 Sweet Catawba. per gal. l.on ;Tokara, per gal. 1 on . Blackberry, per bottle .S& , Rhine Wine, per bottle .H I Duffey's Malt Whiskey, per bot. . . .85 ..Whiskeys !n Bulk at the Following: j Burbon Whiskey, per gal.$1.50 ? Pai kwood . 2."i) .Star A Rye, straight . 2 25 'Old Charter, straight. 2 60 1 Paul Jones . 2.75 I Heater . 4 oo Harper .*. 4.00 [Double Stamp din ....'. 2.00 i All bottle beer ,'c per bottle; 50c per do/eu. Watch Bay imitators! N. Leonard Original Price Cutter, PHOF.B?S. VIRGINIA. A Few Hard Time Prices GO-CARTS $1.49, UP! Iron lted3 "2.00 np 3 Piece Ok.. Suit $1C50. Pillows 40c each. Matting 18c per yard. Rugs 73c to $5 00. Mirrors Ma to $8.50. Chairs 50C to $2.00. Porch chairs, special prices. Refrigerators, Ice Boxes. Any atnd of goods in /took at reduced prices. Largo stock. Liberal term? Newell & Co., : Iacorporated) 21 to 25 W. Queen St.. Hampton, Va.jl Sand and Gravel! Sand for building purposes, ta? ken front James River at Newport News Point. COARSE OR FINE. Guarantee all grades. Prepared to handle any size coa> tract. Sand de'lvered In Hamptoo or Newport News $1.00 |**r load. Specisl price to contractors. Call phone No. s or No 5R6-J. Otllee Bank of Hampton Building. J. V. Bickford, Vanxirer. Monuments ! Large stock of finished memorials ' '.a graafte and wurhte always oa hand. A postal will briug oov re pre- i sswtgtrve at year door with a foB MM af oarlgwa aad aaaaptas. LAWSON 4 NEWTON Oeantta and Marhie Oes'ere, Ose. nth * William stree* M8VOLS ft a a J TUtO'MU. , Continued. TO Historic Jamestown Island EXCURSION BY FIRST M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL Of Hampton, On Friday July 2nd, 1909. Steamer Hampton Roads Leaves Hampton 8:15 a. m. Newport News Pier A. 8:45. FARE: ADULTS, $1.00; FARE: CHILDREN, 50c SAVOY THEATRE J. J. LINDSAY, M anager. 3est Moving Pictures: Attractive luttrated Songs by Mr. Lindsay. ADMISSION, 5 CENTS. State Highway Commission RICH MONI?. VA.. JUNE 16. 1909. BIDS WILL BR BJSCCJVHD AT Tins omen UNTIL TWBLVR O'CLOCK. SATURDAY. JULY :r<i. I9n9. kok THE CONSTRUCTION ?P ABOUT MILKS OK MACADAM ROAD AT HA UPTON III RUKA HETH CTTV COUNTY, VIRGINIA. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ON PILK AT THIS OFFICE AN!' CLERK'S OPTICI AT HAMIToN. VA. SPECIFICATIONS Fl' K NISI I KD ON APPLICATION TO THIS OK FICK. A CERTIFIED CHBJCI FOR $2.10.00 TO ACCOMPANY BACH HID. AN ENOINEER WILL BE AT HAMPTON ON SAT CR DAY, JINK L'f.th. TO CO OVER TDK WORK WITH PROSPECTIVE HIDDERS. THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY AND ALL H1DS. P. S. J. WILSON, Stall' Highway Commissioner. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE SHOW AT THE AMERICAN. PHOEBUS. j This week liest ever offered. Two [double acts each BJcht, Vaudeville and Motion Pictures. Real Estate Bargains 10 room modern house East End price $2.300. Small cash payment and balance monthly. 4 room collage, large lot, price $9110?easy payment. Washington SL 11 lots near Hnckrt>ei price $300 for all. t]B8 cash balance to suit. Lot foot of Mellen Street Phoebus, Va., $1.10? $100 cash balance to suit. MODERN HOUSES. 31 Wine street, 10 rooms. .$20.00 Randolph street, 7 rooms . 14.00 32.1 Center street, 9 rooms . 25.00 .129 Center street. 11 rooms . 20 00 J2r, Marshall. II rooms .. 2.1.00 130 Wine street . 11.00 STORES. 12 South King street ...$20.tm I.1-I7 Armistead avenue .. 2o.u0 201 W. Queen street _10.00 212 Armistead avenue .. 10.00 lti\ ii view . g.00 Lots and Homes in Hampton an urbs.. Call and see us. FOR RENT 317 Fultlon street, 8 rooms .$15.00 Mnllory avenue, r, rooms.. 7.o0 Sil Center street, 6 rooms . 10.00 .ISO W. Queen street, 6 rooms . 8.50 KB! W. Queen street. 6 rooms . 9.00 4:!:: Roll street, 7 rooms .. 10.00 SM Academy street, 6 rooms . 9.0ft Chapel street, 3 room3 .. 5.00 Klmwood avenue, 5 rooms . 6.00 Car Rarns, 6 rooms .... 9.00 I/its and Homes In Hampton and suburbs. Call and see us. PHILLIPS & SCLATER Real Estate, Rents. Loans, Insurance, General Auctioneers. Bonding. Phone No. 5C. P. O. Box 264. No. 8 S. King Stree" Chesapeake Mill Co. Dealers In Sash, Blinds, Doors Rough and Dressed Lumber PHONE No. 866 ill IH K amt FACTORY C. A O. i H- Richardson & Son. Props. Small Orders Will Receive Especial Attention J. W. Rowe, President. J. C. Robinson,' Vice-President A STITCH IN TIME saves nine; and prudence in banking one's money saves a lot of future re pinings. Deposit your cash when- it is absolutely protected, and where :t is avaSable at any time you want it. lie at ease on the matter of finances by keeping your account with us. FIRST NATIONAL BANK HAMPTON. VA. H. H. KIMRERLT. Cashier. LOW PRICES FOR C-O-A-L We are offering COAL for summer delivery at greatly reduced prices. For a Limited Period Only NEW, CLEAN COAL .1U8T UNLOADED; ALL SIZES. 2240 LBS. TO THE TON. TELEPHONE OR WRITE m Helieiiinoer 60. 'Incorporated Phone 23. Foot of King Stre**t Hampton Va.