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Tucker s Campaign Manager lo M
dress Meeting TonlgSii.
OBJECT IS TO ORGANIZE CLUB
Candidate Wat Slated to Speak Here
on July 28. But Date Will be Chang?
ed o.i Account of the Republican
Convention.
Captain Richard M Ker, ol Staun
ton, campaign manager for Hun Har?
ry si. Oeorge Tucker, who I? offering
for the Iivmcerattr nomination for
governor < r Virginia in tin* primary
of August it will arrive m this city
from Richmond at 5:31 o'clock this
evening to attend the meeting of the
local supporters of Mr. Tinker at
Rosen bau m s ball at N o'clock tonight
The obJ??ct of tue meeting Is to or?
ganise a Tucker club ami Captain Ker
pro bably will be asked to make an
address.
Captain Ker comes to ibis city at
the invitation of Mr Allan D. Jones;
and Other gentlemen who are behind
the nn vetuent for the organization of
the club. Mr Jones weal to Rich
mind yesterday morning to extend the
invitation to the valley candidate's
t-ampnigu manager. !
Will Change Date.
It was announced yesterday that
Mr. Tucker hail made arrangements
to address the voters' i I this city on'
the night of July 29. but as the Re- !
publican StAe convention will be in
sessit n here at that lime the date
probably will be changed and Mr. j
Tucker may come here on the fol?
lowing night. Friday. Jul> 30,
Local supporters of Mr Tucker be?
lieve ttint a big crowd will turn out
tc bear him speak. He Is an eloquent
orator and is entertalnig no matter
what bii i abject may lie. it Is ex
peeled that he will reply fully to
charges that have been ma le by Judge
Mann, and may bring a few additional
charges against the Ne-ttaway candi?
date.
DONOVAN AND ZELLO
MEET AGAIN MONDAY
Philadelphia Light Heavyweight Wants
Revenge for Defeat Satur?
day Night. .
Jack' Donovan and K. Z Ho will I meet
again M* iiiiay night on the mat at
the Dreamland theater in a\ scratch
(bout, beet two In three falls, catoh-a.;
catch can style. The Philadelphia
wrevtler still is confident that he can
d feat Zcllo and wants revenge tor
the defeat he suffered last Saturday
night. I
Zello began training yesterday for
the bout and Iki.iovaii will g,. to Nor-,
folk today t > train again with <he
Preston bn ii rs, the cteTCr acrobats,
?who played at the Heil theater last
week. 1) novan must weigh In fori
the match at l.">H pounds an.j must
bake v ff el. i n pounds before the
match. I
W. K. Council, a local "produce mer?
chant, and Z? Ho are now making ar
rangenu :it for a b ut early in August.
Comic I has challenged Zella tj throwl
him three tin a in an hour and the
"etrong man' has a.oept. d Zello said
Met night tbat no i.ad heard it Inti?
mated that he was afraid <o meet
Council, but that the delay in pulling
off the match is due to th- fact that
Oouoe I w 11 have to spend two weeks
or more in ttalnmg for the bout. |
PRESlDENfMErtRS GOES
TO SIA1E CONVENTION
Head of Local Merchants' Association
to Attend Meeting at Peters?
burg Today.
President Alex Meyers, i f the local
Merchants' Association, will leave this
morning for Ivier?burg to attend the
nnnual convention i f :h? Virgin's Re
tall Merchant? Association in tbat
city today The convention will last
<te day only, beginning tbb. morning
with a business session and conclud?
ing tonight with sn elaborate ban?
quet by the Petersburg association.
? At the bo ?Ines sessions this morn
tag the convention win da.-cuss the
new bills designed to protect the!
saerrhentv from fraud and which are
to be presented st ?be coming session1
of the Legislature
REVIVAL CLOSES TONIGHT. j
Evangel ut Bi.r? preichne on "The
Second Coming of Christ.- J
The revival series which has been,
ta prngres at the Tabern?rle liaptist
thvrtk dorieg the past ten days will
aoaae to s close ??b tonight . ssewt
hag EranreliM t; w rowA. who has
been conducting the meetings and
|.reaching each evening. wil; pr-wch
nsoktht cn The Second coming of
Christ "
There hare he. n a number of con
ewwaloas dertng the reatvs' and a
JghMst deal of iaterewt has heea vasal
fast est
PROPRIETARY MEDICINE* PRC
I BCRIBEO BY DOCTOR*.
Examination ef thr formulary de
gavements of leading drag stores
hiovghowt fae rowntrr has prwred
that a very large perceatace of the
nawsctiptb n* flRed far doctors are r? r
tmUM letsrr meairme,
? Thf is b-canwe ihe averasw doctor
Jnhdhsy Is msns*> ir deri?e presme
Mkews equaJlv as <Hfkarlows
Puch staadsrd remedies as i.vnis
Ptakham * Vegetable roes pound
f fair mrrded phTsidaa, .t
I Social-Personal j
Ml!). A It, Powell and Hille daugh
I Ier. Hilda l.ee. sailed from New York
\.-i.-idu> i n a Holland America Line
sii.im. i for Kottc idiuu In visit Mrs.
!'( well s ruinier home. Tliey will re
main abroad about six week*. 'Mr.
i'uw.il accompanied bis wire and
daughter to New Yoik and will return
bete .ousy. '
Mr. J. Roland Wblie. rormerly of
tbls city, but now of I'amdeii, \ J..
will arrive here tiMlav entente fur
Snnl llllell W llele be is to Spend :i
week at a house party.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F Kiunear n-turn
mi >.-tenla\ fioin Lwi. hburg, where
tlit? > wei.. ralieil by tin- death of Mr*.
Kitinear's aunt.
Miss Louise llcwuian, or l.ynchhiiig.
Is the guosl if Mls;i liessie Curtis,
? l? Thirty fourth street
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel i Keg in, "I
f htcag.i. are visiting Mr. K ?an s par '
? ?Iiis, Mr and Mrs. Martin |\ Kcguu, I
l?l T'WeliU eighth treet.
Mis J. F Vim* and little daughter.
Mary, ale visiting tei.ii.vcn in ttSjhj j
utotid.
Mr. J ll&inpd.'ii .1. in s, formerly <"
this city, but now of Um klug.min
county, is >p tilling a week here.
Mrs. George ('. ICMflha and tassftv
ter. Misa Katherine, have ret unit d'
to i.-'t I'aul, Minn.. Mssf vis.ting Mr?\|
Kmxlies sister, Mrs. A W. Mueller,
lu this city.
Mr. und Mrs Charles John, ot
llrooklwi N. V.. ?re v i.-dt Iii); Mrs
t; < ige Hu ?!, in this city.
Mrs. J. O. itallentitie ..nd her tf.u'3t,.
Miss JeSK.e Walker, of Kichinoiid, are!
vi.iting telaliws and friends in NstW
Kent couniy.
I Miss Kdna Sclu.tield is visiting rela?
tives in Oh ster. Pa.
: Mr. Charles Jamc., >s sending a
, week with relatives in Surrey county.
Mr. Luther Holler ins returned frum
Hnrrb -iibuig, w.ieic lie \.sll d rela?
tives.
I Miss Florence It Hutch, of New
York, is visiting Mis. J. Elseman, on
I ThuHy-tiTM stret t.
Mrs A G. Mosoh is ill at her home
Dii Twenty sixth street.
Mrs. C. M. Cox has returned rrom
Surrej county, wnere &k< spent tw.i
weeks with relatives.
! Mrs. J. P. Wright and soin. Gilmore,
of Klchmond, are the guests of Mis
i Wright's daughter. Mrs. George Mas?
ters, on Twenty-ninth atr.ot.
! Mr. F.rncst Hudgins, who has 'been
ill with fever, ha:: boat taken to tho
sjss\ Hal at Cllften Forge.
kirk searching for
wife's brother-in-law
Deputy Clerk of Warwick County
Court Says W. T. White Attack?
ed Mrs. Kirk.
! Frank Kirk, deputy clerk of the
'Circuit Court ot Warwick county ha*
! sworn out a warrant for the arrest
>pf Mrs. Kirk's brother in .aw. W. T.
White, charging him with having at?
tacked Mrs. Kirk Kirk came here
early Monday morning In search of
White, but so far as could be learned
last night the warrant has not yet
been executed.
It is alleged that White atfaefcert
Mrs. Kirk when she was reurnlng
from chunh at her home in Mencn
\ille. on Deep creek. Sunday night
with her children. Kirk Is at a loss
to explain the motive of the attack
unless it Is the outgrowth of some
trouble the men hsd more than a year
ago.
p..'li . ! thw f.ini.! ? ? u w.- 1 ki '.wii
in Warwick county Kirk and Wim
married sisters.
litw: girl HUrTaT
casino playgrounds
Mary Jnncs Fallt From See Saw. Sus?
taining Painful Cut Over
Her Eye.
I While playing t n the Casino play
grssssds yesterday afternoon. Msry
I Joaea. the little daughter of Mr.
: Cleveland Jones, who lives on Twen
I ty-elghth street near Hunlinaton ave?
nue, fell from a see-saw and sustain
led a pelnfnl rat in her forehead
I Jest above the eve. She was taken
I >o Or Samuel W Hobsor. ? cgW aast
1 th* irftyxiciaa took four stitches in
the wonnd
When the accident o-rnrmd. the
Utile girl was tiding on the see saw
with a small key The latter fell cdt
and the girt was thrown to the gn.nsd.
her forehead ?intus? na the plank
of the see saw.
Poraaa Farts to Produce Man
John Pcraaa. pnprtetor of a tWk
s-ihrs' ?warding how?e on Wa?bln?t..n
sveaee. failed ?n make ?and r, ? mrom-\
is to produce la ?ae pol.ee eowrt yes
irdav mrralog the ana who cat
A i lasn PatsMTuskl. a Greek saHor..
In the boardina house Monday aarhf.
and his ose? was roatineoi natu J"1"
32. His cash forf- t of $w> I* sfQ heM
by tb~
?e?s> hat *jay?.?Norfolk Ytrgia
tm rsm.
READY FOR THE ?P?lG
Directors of New State Colored In?
stitution Completes i
CONTRACTS FOR LOCAL MERCHANTS
[Household Good* and Supplies for
Building to be Furnished?May In
stall Private Electric Plant?Cot?
tages for Teachern' Residences.
i'liml arrange!,, ills for bag < |m iiiii
?botst September I of the now Virgin!
school lor the colored deal, dumb ?Bd
blind children <-f Use Blasts Bars inad<
It] Ike board of directors of tn kasrtl
tin ion at a mooting ai noon vest, rday
at the school hmi.i..iiK in Kliaabath
City in..inly, mar tills city. It his
tlooidod he a .Hull twenty lour pupils
at the start and two departments wer,
sssahltahed < M for the de.u ana
dumb and one for Hie blind w.th Ot
white t> acln r in charge of .ach .!?
partment.
BosId en the two white teachers and
Superintendent \V. C Ititt.r, a while
matron, a cok.nd man attendant t r
the male pupils ami o>|. nil woman at'
tc mlatr lor the i.ui.ile pupils and UM
Instructor In agriculture will be em?
ployed. The board b it the select on
of rli tout hers to Mr. tiuilford U
Kuritt, a director Irotu Siaintuti.
Local Merchants Get Contracts.
The directors unauimuii.,iy adapi ? I
a resolu'ion providing for the purolia
iiig ot all i I the supplies tor the
school In in the merchants >..( tftis city
an.i vi' iiiity and the <? ntraels for lur
SjishfttB SStreiSi liuudred dollars worth
oi inrnitur . snpplies, etc . weio sjeard
? al yesterday, ftnaoag the tonal tser
eliants r< i .v;ng eontrae.s weio: fjo "I
win Kl otiic i' inputs, lc ; wiring buibt
it'B. $*?"?; H. II. Harvey, two do/en1
I eds. $S|; Ituxton Ar rafter, <? gaty
siiHiios, knives, toik.i tad oaati ,
$i;i.7.'.; Capital Dry Cods C .111 uiy,1
blank ts and bed spreads, }iiLMn;j
Mr achvav S'.i.ro eliinaware, Uni\>s an.|l
folks, sjfj chapiu Druthers. nhSlitlngJ
tj&; ML H. laisii. mattresses am''
eha.rs. Meyers Brothers, Malik, is,
spreads and pillow cases. |J">.:i.">. i
Purchase Two Cottages.
Two cottages lira! d on the sell ? I
farm were purchased !>> the director ,
one being bought troiu It. I*. Hawaon
and the other ft ni W. S. Mroadwell.
These cottages w:ll he retnodoi d an I
w ill be used as residences t: r tin
teachers. One building contains sixj
; rooms, and the other contains fo-.irj
' rt-onis.
! By a iiiiaiiiinous sol . the dtract r .
?Vlhtalstd ili't icga! st? s he taken I
toward the opening <>i she pahlhi road]
from the r.sent county rotd <>pp . ltei
the Chesapeake & Ohio railway I to s
ing near the sein . I along the lrout j
line oi the schox 1 proiierty and >'\-?
tending in a direct line 10 the afO-j
posed >tone road fr tn Hampti n to 'he
Twenty fifth stre t brialM urt.ss Sat
ter's creek .
May Instail Electric Plant.
Owing to the fact that the \. a^Ofl
N?"ws ft Old Point Railway ft Ki?? -trie
Comimny has fixed a charge of 1290
t i putting up the nee saury wires to
delmr the el.olric current to tile
SChoOL the directors decided to use
1 in ps dur.ng the Hist session and to
ask the ti< xt legislature tor an appro
prlatnoii fc.r Installing a small electric
edaaj to furnish the lignt and motor
| w.-r lor the school.
' It is estimated thai s< v. r.il ilnnisand
'dollars worth of current Will be used
at the school annually and ihe direc-,
tors hsBinc that it will be cheaper ,0
baa* a -mull electric plaui at thej
building.
Three More Buildings.
The board also decided to ask
next legislature for an apppipriat.on
to build three additional buildings
am summer. These i nlldings will b<
of brick and of the safe general style
us ihe present building Liter on nitre
buildings will be put uf) as they rany
be needed.
The pr sent s.ipp. it nind of the in?
stitution is $41?; i.o per m nth. bttt Ulis
will be increased annnallv as the ex
peases of the school increase.
Tin- inomiM-ts ot the i?oar,i pres ittj
at UhC meeting were: President Hurry
It. Houston, of Hampton; A. C. Walk?
er, of Wllkerton; ChdlfoTd l>. Kuritt.
i f Stiiiltltoll; Judge lames I. Tal a
t'erro. <r Olnawtstsr Court bouse; B. i
Pord. and Dr. Clar ncc Porter .blies,
the sicroiaty. lioth of th'g city.
Holladay's
BLACK MARVEL
For Polishing Shoes.
Mud proof, water proof. No rub?
bing required. Quaraateee not go
crack the leather. K. r sale at all
lendrtifj.lirug and Croceiy r.oies. ?;.-??.
H. J. iJWBItS. Sole Agt..
3)0 iCth. st
TO COOK WITH GAS
AND HEAT WITH GAS
AND LIGHT WITH GAS
Is Truly Happiness!
NEWPORT OAS CO.
3025 a"-,';^'""
TIWNINGS
Jm TENT?, FLAGS
rra Wssmsgton aveane
LiVilO ! Gfl:di Mdi(i
f aCturing Co,
A. J. CLARK, Manag.-..
The Bride Is Always Pleased
TO REFER TO HER 'TOLONIAL" SILVER!
We are slways pleased to s'u.w our st: ok of Colonial .-diver. Yon
will be pleased to know your re-vtubranc is apjireclated for It?
worth, as well as Its association.
FLORY-ROYALL CO., Inc.
Newpert News. Va. Sorague's Old Stand
Colonial Reproductions in Fine Silverware
Um Tdeal Combituttion cf
isi iation and Accessibility
Von can start afirr lunch, bury ><m,rsclf In the primeval
Wwc?t alone with niton:; and vtiit or row back to your
hotel ij bine for dinner
In the Adironcia cks
fwir?i i combination ai thu gives the
hoixlsy. laikcs mountains, real w:
furrti>h rowing, llsinnj, hunting, riu
snd dancing.
;?irtuni!y for the
. und |sn>e4gBi ssnhnhi
;, dnvine, gull, t? ni.rs
Thor* Are Through O.ra From Philadelphia
to the A.liixtdack ard ( at .kill Mountains and
from New York to t!ie 11.ou I NUnd?. S*rit.?rw
and thet tnren Mountains. Yonr lorai Inkct agent
w;ll gladly give you i itm
RW Teea C~. nl Lsm Tmd I
lees 77 J, OmJ CsaBsJ Sum, bw? V?W
Basement Bargains
Piking Ovens, asbestos lined bottoms; these are up-to-date and
hake in perfection; regular $1.9*. Special .$1.40
Marlon Mailand Coffee Pots--all (??mind and perfect; the most
Improved coffee pmt'. 7 cup size; n gnjf,r $ 1 BA Spec ial .$1.25
Patent Handle Sad Irons thiee inuis, handle and stand; these are
the latest and hot and are perfect; worth S$JMl Special, per
act.$100
Coiling Duster, with long 'Iff. handle; these have stub feathers
anil give Hue service; wet Ih lie. Special .10c each.
? For Good Meats. *Ybe fr?r Goori Rooms. J
I LEXINGTON HOTEL wash Ave. |
BUILD NOW
You stno have keen planning to set a
new Inline slnailil grasp the present Op
pm t unity of le? prices in sutarlkl,
labor, and Ic-atiin. The in lleuse
Club is 'tn fdeti t-i still further cheap
in ihe cist of the boine to you by
savins 'he gain Of in contract I at
one letting J. C. ROBINSON, II amp
t.u.
THE SUMMER SCHOOL
Is Now Open
SPECIAL RATES TO ALL WHO SECURE THEIR SCHOLARSHIP
NOW. SCHOLARSHIPS SECURED AT PRESENT SUMMER RATES EN-i
TITLE THE HOLDERS To BEGIN EITHER NOW OR AT ANY FU
T?RE DATE.
DAY AND N IGHT SESSIONS. STRICTLY INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION '
/NTERNAT/ONA L
Call. 'Phono or Write. . J. M. RBSattJJB, Presides*
Boll Phone iHi). First National Hank I'.ldg
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ate Accounting, Absolute Safety
?o Infe.est on SAVINGS
TT ACCOUNTS
A
see see
SCHMELZ BROTHERS, Bankers
The Largest and Strongest Bank In the City
Absolute Safety, Service to
Patrons, Courteous Attention!
The three hand-maidens of every successful
bank combined as one In the
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if the Combination appeals to you open an account wi'h us
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The n^nnTT-PH of the Fir*i Nntimuil Hind-, of N>w
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invited.
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i nitrvi Stafp* i Vjsnsiltary. N?*wport Xrws, V.~.
Capital, $100.OOO; Surplus. $100,000
J. W. COURTNEY
COAL and WOOD
% 0BjH rim- Wood.11.75
'? OoN Miv ii Wood.Si.80
% Conl oik Wood.*iMm
Also Job lot of Wood. Oak or Pine, at
$1 r.<) fur quart? if of cor.I.
No extra charts for ? aMttbjf. Tbe
bos' grades of coil a, the lowetit mar
lo t |!liC?.
4.T Twent-eecind l.L
Both i hone* SO
HAULING
-~ ? I
From a Parcel
to a n Jln^ine f
I
Freight, Baj-jjoj-e
Furniture and Safe?,
Carefully -ind
Promptly Moved.
Virginia
tnscoiiation
Company
^Storage Warehouse
$U 520 27th Street
Reasonable Rates |
DO YOU NEED
If so, stop worrying;
we can help you!
We are making private loans
on your personal note of $5.00
and upward on short notice.
Our business is conducted on
banking principles, and the
same courtesy and respect is
extended for your convenience
as a banker does.
We also lean on plain rote
to salaried e.nployecs, holding
permanent fddlKiOM,
WE HAVE MONEY TO
LOAN!
and wc want your trade.
We ii-ve only one rate, and it
never fait*, to please.
If you aie in need c* Money
SEE US.
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Entrance "C7 29th St.
Bell 'Phone 188.
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Tasj Santasal rdr "so easy" k><
%*mwmtm bM fsialffd in unprecedented
sabs. They nrr> delicate, invisible,
and the embodiment of s'yle and]
Vraiitv ft f . . 't:* ir about your per?
sonal appearance, you *ili want t.be
"so e*.sy."
HULL & HULL
Ltrc-st Opt ca; House on the P?
nmsnla.
121 Twenty Sixth Street.
Opposite Postoff.ee. /*
newport. NEWS, VA.
ant WOOD
I cord Pine Wood $1.75
i cord Mixed Wood $1 SO
i cord Oak Wood $1.8S
No fxtrj charge foe splitting.
Att coal ?? Ii screened and b^pt tra?
der sb*d*. botb wood and coal befog
Distilled Ice Co.
JNn S?. srns C A O. Ry.
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