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ACADEMY BBS* OCTOBER 12
A. G. Delamater and William Norris, Inc., att .i |f ANNOUNCE THE ENTIRE ORIGINAL STUPENDOUS SCENIC PRODUCTION SALOMY JANE PAUL ARMSTRONG'S GREAT WE3TERN COMEDY DRAMA AS PRODUCED AT THE LIBERTY THEATER FOR ONE SOLID YEAR IN NEW YORK. A NOTABLE CAST OF METROPOLITAN ART ISTS. PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50; no higher. Sale Now Open at Box Office ACADEMY Nh"rsdf>y OCTOBER 14 THE CHUCKLING. BUBBLING COMEDY WITH MUSIC. The Newlyweds and Their Baby (Founded on Geo. McManus' cartoons. By Aaron Hoffman and Paul West. Special ar? rangements with the New York World.) "Throw the audience Into spasms of Joy."?X. Y. Mall. ' If there has lieen any donht as to how New York would greet the Newlyweds, the first ton minutes settled It?gales of laughter." ? N. Y. Herald. "The Newlyweds made a tre? mendous hit here."?Phlla. In? quirer. "The Newlyweds Is a rattling Jolly affair. ?Chicago Dally News. Guaranteed the aame produc? tion (2 car icae* of scenery) and big 60'.. people (75 per cent girls) that ran three months in New York; 2 months In Chicago and 1 month In TMC /NHW'VWEDS Boaton. Prlcaa 25c to $1.50; Sale opens Tuesday next ACADEMY ? OCTOBER 16 Matinee at 3:00. Night at 6:30. WAGNALS A KEMPER CO. PRESENT GREAT AMERICAN PLAY PAID IN FULL (By Eugene waiter.) Two solid years at the Aator T eater, New York. Produced here with the same brilliance of oasjt and beauty of scenery which made it so attractive during its metropolitan a-un. A r NOTE?The certain will rise promptly at the advertised time. Audience is respectfully requesteJ to be in its teats at rise. -1 SALE OPENS THURSDAY MORNING PDIf^CC ? MATINEE?$1.00. 75c and 50c. ? HI W.WO? NIGHT?11.50. $1 00, 75c and 50c. Be Careful 1 The Little Cuss, The woman of the house wh*re 1 a llama looks as innocent as aa you're Invited to dinner may insist officer man in the Salvation army that she has nothing la the hrms* ~flt He chews no tobacco, bat he can spit to *et." bwt we mouldn't advise yoa into a man's eye 12 feet away and to criticise the heaviness of her bread never touch an eyelash, and oh. how ft or the soggineae at hex cake.?Lot A a- atiaka and mines UtUe hoy, doa't teaee the llama ?New Tor* Praam Neck Adornments ARE THC DELIGHT OF EVERY WOMAN. IF YOU HAVE A PRESENT TO GIVE CALL AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO SHOW YOU IN THIS LINE. OUR DEPUTATION FOR handling ONLY DEPENDABLE A NO HIGH GRADE GOOOS IS UNOUESTIONEO ANO A PIECE OF JEWELRY OS SILVERWARE FROM THIS STO RE IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED. J. J. Palmer's Sons *7t4 WASHINGTON AVI. CSTASLIBMCO tBBf. FUGITIVE IS ARRESTED Bennie Harris, Wanted in Bioodfield [or Murder, Caught at Cape Charles KILLING OCCUREDINW'GAME Police Say Prisoner Stabbed John Rogera Over Two Cente In Daweon City Two Months Ago?Will be Brought Back for TriaX lugs Bank Of Newport Newi. When the criminal rases have been disposed of, Judge Harham will devote the remainder of tin- twin to the trial of civil matters no* peuding before the court. "why? There are some questions that everybody is asking and nobody ctiswerlng. Among the Important of these is -Why will women get off a street car backwards?" when she knows, If she will stop and think, that in doing so she is running a great risk of an accident, perhaps being maimed for life. Of coarse, In a great many things women can do better than men, but when It comes to get? ting off a street car-ladles take lessons from the men. Get off fac? ing the way the car is going and If you wait until Ihe ear stops before ro* alight you will never get hurt blighting from a street car. ftsaasa Harris, alias Cree, a young negro, who has been wanted by th? Mm odfleld police since August 8 on the charge of murder, was arrestod yesterday at Cape Charles. Chle Madison, of Hltodflehj, was notlfle by telegram of the arrest and he wl send a man to Cnpe Charles to brin i the prisoner back for trial. The killing occurred at Dawso City, Just below Chesapeake & Ohl coal pier No. 12, and was the out? growth of a dispute over the owner? ship of three cents, tho stakes In a game of "craps" in which the two men. wi'h several other negroes, were engaged en the river shore. Harris escaped after the murder. According to the police, Harris! rySBOSaled Rogers' body in some husl.-f i"^-" "ln'ilAm i-> -Charlotte, 1,800 ladles at the First Baptist church tins evening (Sunday) 7:30, to hear Dr. IJvlus Umkford. of Norfolk, on the great movement tor missions. Good music. . - - ? _?s* ._..--^#ei-ifiitiotiiieed their willing eSr*B*a> to return I Richmond and Oar aafedar iA*taasives next Mmday. Judge Witt. . i ?: dual Bfla Court laai e,i\, ?eh tor lbs arrest of the two men yesterday afternoon, following -be Indictments returned bv the grand Jury Clerk C. P. Waltos?, of the citv school beard, received a telegram this morning, dated si charlotte/id argr ed by Reilly and Oestull, advising him that the two men lad just learned or th* indictments returned against them and that they would return to Rich? mond .Monday. They are on a btisf ok nearby after stabbing him through the heart with a dirk-like instrument and it was several hours after the crime before the body was discovered. A negro woman, who lives nearby, found tho body and notified 'ho po? lice. ?Several of tho negroes who were in the game will be witnesses against Harris GRAND WRY SUMMONED FOR CORPORATION COURT SPECIAL NOTICES. PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT. Tuning and repairing. FERGUS SON MUSIC CO. 227 Thirty-first I St. Cltz. 'phone No. 90. 9-19-tf. HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS? | We can collect them. Guarantee to | collect or no cnarge. MERCHANTS PROTQCTIVK ASSOCIATION] room 2, Coleman Bldg. GET YOUR FRUIT JakS FROM | HAHN*S, 3204 Washington Are. tt Judge Bat-ham Starts October Criminal Term Tomorrow?Geta Decision in Bank Case. Judge T. J. Ilaham will convene the Corporation Court for the regular Oc hshet term t<;morow morning at 10 D'i losjk. The grand jury was summon, ed I esterday and it probably will bo In session all day Monday so that no trials will be held that day. ' Among tho criminal cases to be considered by the grand jury are these of Lemuel Harris, alias Sam Harris, etc., a negro, who Is charged with forgery on three conn's; Sarah Yates, colored, for selling cocaine, and David Reside, white, forgery. Several cases of non-support of wife and family are to be taken up at this term and * few appeals frcm the pclice will be heard. The case of J. L. Tolliver. a negro lawyer, charged with practicing law without a license, also will be disposed of at this term. Judge Harham has set the dates for the trial of the rases continued over from tho September term as follows: Tin sday?Ernest Covington, Wil? liam Wilson, and Meredith Jas par. all colored, malicious cutting. Wednesday?Richard Lomax, col? ored, felonious aasault. Several cases that will go before the grand jury also pro ably will be tried on this day. Thursday?Mary Williams, colored, felonious cutting. Friday?William Smith, colored, larceny from the iierson. Judge Ingram, of tho Law and Chancery Court of Richmond, will come here sometime during the Octo? ber term to render h's decision In the suit of the depositors against the officers and stockholders of the Sat WANTKI? -Slu.lenUM enroll In the Telenrsphy ovnurti'ient or tic ItitcniHtloosI limine?? Col? lege. Bell 1'botie .i 0 C. A. UANsON, Principe'. We have just received three of the very lateat Smith Premier visible typewriters, one of which is specially equipped with type and characters for phys,cars' or druggists' use. Have them shown you at Abbe's Corner 29th 4. Washington Ava. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAQGAGH TKA.N8 fer; offices c A O. Station. 'Pnoaaa, | Cltz. and Bell. 9?. ii. Theatre i E* HO E OF HIGH CLASS AMUSEMENT ? MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY?ALL FEATURE PIC? TURES. 3 Feature VAUDEVILLE Acts 3 GILBERT SAR ONY A SCREAM?A SCREAM. THE PIONEER FEMALE IMPER? SONATOR. The MICHAEL ANGELOS NOVELTY RAG PICTURES A NO CLAY MODELS. LAVONE and DREW COMEDY SKETCH. A GOOD ONE. OUR USUAL EXCELLENT MUS?C PERFORMANCES?MATT. 3 to ? 30. PERFORMANCES AT NIGHT?7 te 11. COMTINIOUS. ADMISSION. 10c SPEC!*. MATT. PRICE*. LADIES A MO CHILDREN. Jc. THIS WILL BE A BARGAIN BMOW COME EARLY. Ts Your Borne a Bouse I Coo tittle 'Trouble" I Too little trouble about advertising for servants or answering ad-, in hunting for servants and house? hold hell: Too little trouble in advertising for work or an* swering ads. of help-wanted, when some member is out of a job? Too little trouble in advertising for a furnished room, or lodger, or boarder, or buyer, for used ar? ticles, or tenant for the extra apartment? You see, to lake too-little-trouble abet? the Want Columns or answering the Want Ads., is to make sure of liaving a ' house OF too much trouble:1 Daily Press Classified Advertisements are inex? pensive and bring the DESIRED RKSULT. WANTED. FOR SALE. WANTED?THREE OR FOUR ROOMS FOR SALE?NICE SEVEN-ROOM BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. suitable for light housekeeping. "B. E." this office. 10. WANTED?ROOM AND BOARD IN private family for man and wife. Address "E" this office. 10 WANTED?OCCl PANTS FOR NICE ly furnished front room, with orj without table board, 105 Twenty seventh St. 13. WANTED?THE DAIRYMEN AND the public to know that Dr. C. K. Rhoades, of Norfolk, will be as? sociated with me for the next two or three months. We will be in position to give satisfaction to the consumers and also the dairymen and will be glad to attend to any calls. Both phones 64. DR. I>. D MILLS. 1 block on Twenty-seventh streec. Newly paiiered; nice bath room, hot and cold water; electric lights and grass. Fruit trees planted two years on lot. TERMS: QUICK CASH BALK $1,4>00. Address OWNER, Dally Press Office. 13 FOR SALE? 7 ROOM DWELLING with electric lights, and bath, Twenty-fifth street, near Chestnut Ave., $1,4."". Easy payments. W. T. CHAPIN & CO., Insurance, Real Es? tate, Rents, Loans. 13 WANTED?ONE SINGLE HORSE dray. Apply to KASS BROTHERS 10. WANTED?IF HOLLY IJTHIA WAT er wasn't a good one, do you think one Newport News doctor would prescribe it? -Phpne The HUB. J H. Wheeler, Sales Agent. 10 WANTED?CAN WE? WELL. I guess; ladies', children's and gent's clothes cleaned, pressed, dyed, etc The Hub cleans anything, but - Both phones. Gent's suits cleaned and pressed one dollar. It's worth it. don't you think? Academy of Music. 10 WANTED?WE WILL HAVE another lot of towel supply cabi? nets in a few days. May we have your order in advance. Clean towels, comb and brush, whisp broom and brush. whisp broom soap and a nice quartered oak cabi? net with mirror in door, all for a quarter a week. The HUB, Towel 8upply Co.. Phone The Hub. 10. WANTED?COIA>RED MEN AS holders-on, for riveters and prefer? ably their own boys from 14 to 18 years old. as rivet heaters by the NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING A DRY DOCK COMPANY., Newport News. Va. A good chance to learn a paying trade. 9-2*-tf. I WANTED?BOARDERS IN REFIN rd home, modern conveniencoa. 130 Thlrty-Srst St.. Bel! phone 3?$. WANTED?TO BUT. BELL, OR EX chance, furniture and stores. C- W LEWIS. 250! Huntington Are. House on lot'?OxlO? feet in the 800 ??** T,IK DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the Eastern Dis? trict of Virginia in the matter or William R. Davis. Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. It appearing to the court tliat through error, the notice directing all Krown creditors and other persons in interest to appear and* show cause on the 28th day, of September. 1909, be? fore said Court at Norfolk, in said District, at 12:00 o'clock M., why the prayer of the said bankrupt's petition for discharge should not be granted, was only published in one issue of The Daily Press, the newspaper desig? nated in the said notice, when, under the rules of this Court, it should have been published in two issues; It is thereupon ordered that a copy of this order be published in two is? suer of the said Daily Press, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear and show cause, if any they can, on the 14th day of October, 19'?9. at 12 o'clock M.. why the prayer of the said petition should not be granted. EDMUND WADDILL, JR., ?. S. District Judge. Norfolk, Virginia. September 30. 1909. A Copy. Teste:. JOSEPH P. BRADY. Clerk. By D. Arthur Kelsey, Deputy Clerk. FOR SALE?ON WEST AVE., 10 room dwelling with bath, all con? veniences. Only $5,000. Cheapest property considering value. W. T. CHAPIN & CO., Insurance, Real Es? tate, Loans. 13. FOR SALE?A BARGAIN NEAR Twenty-eighth street school. 8 rooms, southern exposure dwelling, $1,100. Terms to suit, no loan. W. T. CHAPIN & CO.. Insurance, Real Estate, Loans. 13. FOR SALE?GOOD FARMS, $750 TO JT MS 50 acres on salt water, $2.000. 125 acres, highly improved on C. & O. Ry. $6,000. W. CHAPIN & CO., Real Estate. In surance, Loans. 13. FOR SALE?BEAUTIFUL HOME on corner lot, 36 feet wide, paved avenue. Concrete walks front and side. Latrobe and two ranges. Two back stairs and four porches. Form er price $2.8<?0. Reduced now I MOS. Terms. SOMMBRVILLE TRUST CO., Inc. 10 FOR AIX, KIND OF GRAVEL, RUB her and tin roofing. W. W. HEN DRICK'S Hardware, Twenty-fourth and Jeff. Are. tf. SALESMEN WANTED. TWO TRAVELING SALESMEN. $15'? per month and expenses, yearly con tract, shipments freight paid. MAN AOER. 38 Madison St.. Atlanta. Ga 10 HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED?YOUNG MEN WHO CAN furnish references, to become trav eling sale-.men; experience unnec esary. WRITE TODAY FOR FVLl PARTICULARS Brsdstreet Sys tern, Rochester, X. Y 10. MONEY TO LEND. WANTED?FIRST CLASS SHIP Joiners Apply by letter or a pet aoa to the) NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDINO * DRY DOCK COMPANY. Newport Newa, Va. tr FOR RENT. FOR RENT -BEAUTTFVL SIX-ROOM serowd-story Sat. SI a Plfiy-foarth street, overlooking Jaates river far W F COOPER AYI JJtTT. TO LEND?AT ? PER CENT. $000 $1.000, $l.xoo ant other sums, satisfactory first mortgages I Tom re service Mod- rate charges. W. T CHAPIN a CO.. Insurance, Surety Bonds. Rents. 13 WE DESIRE TO LEND FOR clients the following sums on first eines real estate security: $50? 9m. tlJim. $ijwe. and Slew* NE! MS A McMVRRAN. Attorneys. S?tte ?Ol Silsby ?tdc IX. LOANS! LOANS! LOANS! FOR RENT ?SiX ROOM la Neerport Newa We win loan yon any amount from to Sto entckly cheaply and prtrate ?y Small weekly or monthly pay ?rata Addraea OONFiDKNTia Rom :?S ANTIQUE FUNNITURE REPAIREO ?* AND REMODEL EO. ALSO AL WAYS A PEW PIECES FOR SALE I NEW FURNITURE MADS TO OR DER. OLO FURHITURS REPAIR CO. UPMOLSTf RING. V. W. ROI ND8 C^wMsh#t Msjlttfr sjntj Wo?aef) OSs^MBI*? 22? and ?7 Thirty fowrth Va IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States for the Eastern Dis? trict of Virginia. In the matter of Otis R. Collis, Bankrupt. In Bank? ruptcy. It appearing to the Court that through error, the notice directing all known creditors and other persons in interest to appear and show ran ? <>;i the 28th day of September. 19"9. he fore said Court at Norfolk, in said TH-trirt. at 12:00 o'clock M.. why tho prayer of the said bankrupt's peti? tion for discharge should not he granted, was only puhMshed in one is? sue of The Dailv Press, the newspa? per designated in the said notice, when, under the rules of this Court, it should have been published in two issues; It Is thereupon ordered ibat a copy of this order he published in two Is? sues of the said Daily Press, and that all known creditors and other persons In interest aray appear and show cause, if any they can. on the 14th day of October. 1S09. at 12 o'clock M. wh., the prayer of the said petition, should not be granted. EDMUND WADDHJ* JR. V. S District Judge Norfolk. Virginia. September 30, 1903. A copy. Tente: JOSEPH P BRADY. CWk By D. Arthur Kelsey. Deputy Clerk t?TAft 11 EST AU RANT FOK LA DDK AND GF1NTLB k> MEN. The very beet table \ board 'aw market affords for $2.50 by week or month. We era piaster you. A trial will ronrtace ZU Twenty seventh street, s'-art SANby nSSShajj UNDERTAKER*. W. E. ROUSE Office and Shew/room 234-23$ 2St>. St. ?Phone 51. Ree. 11? J. HUGH CAFFEE rUVBRAL DlRBCTOR ANT) EM hall nr. OtSce Tana an, fjaft as* Cats. Fan. L BeiliRei. aV*t] No U.