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Councilman Will he Recalled
to Stand This Morning. FINISH EVIDENCE TODAY Defense Will Put on Pew Addition al Witnesses When Captain Berke ley Finishes Cross-examination of Cox?Argument May Consume Day. The trial of Councilman Ernet>t C Cox on two Indictments charging htm with sclicitng bribe*, will be resumed before Police .Instate Brown at 1*1: o'clock thin morning. Cox will be re < ailed to the stand Immediately afte< the court convenes and Common ?aaJllks Attorney Herkeley will con tinue his oross-e>:amlnation of the licensed. It is expected that practically all bf the evidence in the case will be (ompleted today. Attorney Fay S. Collier, of Hampton, counsel for Cox. lias announced that be will put a few additional witnesses on the stand, but he has not made public their names Captain Berkeley may put some wit? nesses on in rebuttal. When the trial was adjourned over last Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock until this morning. Captain Berkeley had only about half completed the cross-examination of Cox. He had questioned him regarding his relations with Presdent. Bramley, of the Cleve? land Trnidad Paving Company, and i. C. Rock, the president of a Phila delphia Paving Company. He has vet to question him on his statements be? fore the common council a week ago last Monday night. The argument in the case, which may begin tomorrow, probably will consume an entire day. Attorney 0 Hier probably will argue his de? murrer to the indictments which was made when the trial tirst began a week ago and several other points that have been raised since may be signed. The arguments of the case 1 n its merits will consume several hours as both attorneys will require considerable time in a summing up of the evidence and in arguing on the fifteen counts contained in each of the two indictments. MORE DELEGATES ARE ASSIGNED TO HOMES List of Ladies Who Will Attend Mis? sionary Convention Grows Longer. Since the publication of the li.-1 ffg terday. the following delegates have lieen assigned homes for the Woman's Missionary fnion which meets with the Newport News Baptist church to? morrow: With Mrs. A. C. Garrett. 118 Twen? ty-seventh street. Mrs. Jenkir?s and Mrs. J. W. Kldd. Crewe. With Mrs. C. A. Mahone, 214 Forty third street. Miss Susie Haynas and M ss Mattie Hsynes. Sparta. With Mrs. J. T. Marston. 128 Thir tv-fonrth street. Miss Sallie Cake and Miss Laurie Dean. Norfolk. With Mrs. A. Gresham. 1137 Twen tv-sixth s'reet. Miss Alice Ghunt. Cape Charles. With Mrs. B G Cain. 220 Thirtieth street. Miss S. J IaR le. Staunton. and Miss Jlegsie Arnold, Fredericks burg. With MrR. J. W Jackson. 8:.2 Twen? ty-seventh street. Mis* Uagas Mas'n and Miss Rosa Wise. Parksley. a With Mrs. W. W. Hsrwood. MM Huntington avenue. Mrs Frank Duke. Richmond. With Mrs. R K. Carter. 2804 West avenue. Mrs W. D. Duk-. Richmond; Mrs E. R. Phillips. Miona. and Mr* M R. T.uck. Ashland. With Mrs. C O Nelms. 12? Twen? ty-eighth street. Mrs. J F. Carter. Whal? yvi?le. With Mrs. John O Uvezer. S200 Huntington avenue. Mrs. W. C Fox. Ashland. With Miss Carrie Adams. 31X14 Wcr.f feW nue. Mrs. D P Inge. Black-tone With Mrs C. W Borrher. Forty fourth street ?nd Huntington avenue. V - - l.' tt < Sb.-rman. Spar'a. asolire Stove Explodes. The r\p!<-sion of a gasoline stove at 3K04 Huntington avenue, at 5:*?4 yesterday morning caused an alarm of fire to be sent in to the depart? ment. The Central company respond? ed and the ftreme.i extinguished the flames before the house hsd been dflfsged *o any material extent. SKINS ON FIRE With Tarturins, Disfiguring Eczemas, Rashes, And other itching, burning. bleeding, acaly. sad created akin and ?raup humors ^S-v nf infanta. rhfkW. and ?H.ji* - ar? in>tanUv n> hered. snd speed!I v eiired. in the asaJovMy nt eases, by warm hatha with I'.iSjrur* Soap, to <-iean?r the atria of enawa sr. rt ?^alea. gen; le ?0 ?r.g* with futkiira Oint? ment . pijeast and BSaSSI eat a/ enwIKent?. to r^ptlr^ay^^^f^ir^rutioo. and m.!-l d.*~ of 1 dent to cure when ail eiae taw ? ot ?-ins IhBaaaesea see guaranteed ab*olute<r pure and ma? he need frrrfn the hour V Barth Sold thrwigV?iii the w.wH. Pot? ter Drug * ' beta Corp.. ftost Prays, 1 A*?w, Boston. SHIPPING REPORT Tuesday. November 2, 1909. Arrived. Steamer Andyk (lKi-b I Van Wal raven. Baltimore? to Holland Ameri? ca Un>* with merchandise. Steamer Kan I Vor i Jensen Hal tiuiore-to Kerwlnd- White. Coal Coin pany in ballast. Steamer K< nmanian tHr l Clandge. Port Arihur?to Chesapeake * Ohio (Hal Agency Company in ballast. Steamer Hay I'ort. .lenseti. Boston la White Oak Coal Compauy In bal last. Barge Badger from Providence- to White Dak Coal . oinp.uiy in ballast. Burke Florida from Providence?to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal ic Coke Com? pany in ballast. Cleared. Steamer Roumanian tBr. i Claridge. Antwerp?CfiesaiteaUe S oblo Coa; Agency ComiMtiiy. Sailed. Steamers Roumanian (Br. I Ant? werp; Kverett, Abbott. Kveivtt: Kavensrrnig. Johnson, Providence. Schooner tie* rge K. Walcott, Bun ker. Portland. Barge h II Thorn a.* Tor Newiiort, R. I. Calendar for Today. Sun rises .n:.11 a. m. Sun sets .r>:0? p. in High water ...1:47 a m, 2:07 p. in. Ijnv water.7:.'>2 a. m., 8:42 P- m. Import? from Rotterdam. Bringing a gwaatlty of import mer chandise, the Dutch steamship Andyk arrive<l in |iort yesterday from Rot? terdam via Baltimore. She will load exjicrts here for Rotterdam and will i-omplete her cargo at. Norfolk. Cnal for the i ropics. The Norwegian steamer ..at; arriv? ed yesterday from Baltimore to load a cargo of tea] for a tropieai |>ort SKIPPER COMPLETES ONE HUNDREDTH TRIP Captain Cumming, of Steamer Bay View, Has Fine Record in Coast? wise Trade. On his arrival here this week. Cap? tain B. A. ClimtlniB. of the_ whale back ?teamer Bay View, completed his one hundredth trip in the Bay View in the coastwise coal trade be tween this port and New England ports. The vessel baa carried a total Ol about tSBJeOQ tous of coal from Newport News to England during this time. During bis service In the Bay View. Captain oimming has not had a seri? ous accident to his vessel. His re? cord is a rather remarkable one and he is Justly proud of it. Y. M, H. A. PREPARING FOR ITS ANNUAL DANCE j Elaborate Event Will Take Place in the Association Hall on Novem? ber 11. Final preparations are being made by the Voting Men's Hebrew As social ion for its annual dance, which sill be g.ven in tbe association hai, on Twenty-eighth street on the even? ing of November 11. The committee on arrangements hopes t'> make this ?he most success? ful affair of its kind the association has yet attempted. Delightful re freshments will be served during the evening CROWD BRAVES RAIN TO ATTEND REVIVAL Rev. Mr. Brandt Changes Subject on Account cf Weather?Services Tonight. In spite of the terrible storm last ? vening. a fair'sized congregation at tended the revival services of the Thirtieth Street Christian church last night. Owing to the changed condition, Mr Brandt (hanged his subject and preached a beautifui sermon on "Ring? ing the Bells of Heaven ?He will preach on "Popular Excuses" tonight at 7:.I? Quite a number of persons, includ? ing Re\ and Mr?. W. R Motley, from Hampton, attended the meeting last evening. Norfolk and .Portsmouth people sill attend later. WOMAN WORE TROUSERS. Annie May Taylor Makes a Ludicrous Spectacle in Court. Annie May Taylor, a young negro woman, celebrated Hallowe'en a little too brisklv Monday night and waded in Jail Sh- was wearing a pair of trr users, presume! ly the property of some dusky lover. *nd when her case was called in the retire court vester dav mnrnin*. her appearance had ><" he postponed watil t a friend bronchi h?r a sk'et to slip over the trousers. She was fine,; 04 V? and as she eonld not pay. Jostle* Brows ordered her, ronvnl'ted to Jail for tweaty day* wanted in Onsasaa. William K in-nmmnad. a negro, was srr^eted yesterday by Defaity Sheriff C C f?rt is and OtScers Watts and Cunningham, and ts now being held in the county jail for tbe Acroma. county authortttes Dmmmood la ar ensed of breaking into a boose In Ac Hlvin Mull feinted. The flve masted srboooer Dorothr , Palmer I? having ber hull below tbe veter'me cleaned and pointed at tbe local ?.hiprard After leaving fh. I yard tbe vessel win load a cargo of coal bora. PORTSMOUTH DEFEATED St. Vincent's Wins Exciting Gane by Score of 12 to 0. HAMILTON AGAIN STARS Fleet Little Quarterback Score? Firtt Touchdown by Beautiful Sixty-yard Run?Carroll and Story Play Fine Portsmouth's speed v football eleven went down in defeat before the Si Vincents team on the Casino grid? iron yesterday afternoon by a -.core ot 12 to it iu an exciting, but m*i particularly brilliant contest. Sev? eral huudred enthusiasts witnessed lie game and waxed enthusiast Id ?vhen the home boys were ploughing through the visitors' line or cm Im* i he ends for good gains. Without HancocK liamiltou, the fleet-footed (iiiarterbuck, the St Vin cent's do not show any great form This fact was demonstrated yester? day when Fo\ slat red in to play quar terback for ihe locals Fox not only did not run the team well, but sev eral times he fumbled punts and bis loose playing and poor judgment took much of ginger out of the locals. Hami'toii replaced Pox near the rlose of the first half. Coehran go? ing to the fullback posit Ion at the same time. With Hamilton running it. the home team looked like a dif? ferent eleven. Hamilton made sever? al good gains In circling the end* Ukd Cocbran and Carroll also gained much ground before the half ended Long Run for Touchdown. Two minutes after Portsmouth had kicked to i be locals in the second naif. Hamilton circled right end and ran tin yards for a touchdown, lie was given interference by Wilkinson t'oclirnn. Payne and Carroll and he also used the" "stiff arm" to fine ad vantage. Carroll kicked the gnnl and the score was K to o. Portsmouth next kicked to the locals. Carroll went twenty yards on two cross bucks through the ime nnd Hamilton executed a forward pass to Wilkinson for a gain of fifteen yards. Hamilton tore off iwenty yards and the ball was on Portsmouth's ten yard line. Portsmouth held and Hamilton attempted a drop kick, but it failed, the visitors getting the ball on their one yard line. They limited and Coehran caught the ball on the lif teen yard line. In a fake line plunge, Carroll went over for the second touchdown. Carroll kicked the goal and the score was 12 to o. Just a few minutes later, Hamil? ton was taken out of the game and Payne was switched in to quarter? back Payne ran the team well, but the locals were unable to score again. .:!tbcueh they outplayed the visitors throughout. a Played Good Ball Throughout. The looa; team played good ball throughout. Hamilton. Coehran. Car roll, Goode. Hudgins, Noble, Monfal ccne and Dr. Catts playing fine hall. Storp starred for the visiters. Time and again he broke through the local interference and nailed the run for a loss. It was hard to gain ground around his end. The lineup: St. Vincent's Position Portsmouth Mahone (Wilkinson) . Ball. Reynolds (Wood I Right Knd Catts Wvtbe. Right Tackle. Stevenson i Noble) Calvin Right Guard. Davis Richardson Center IIiuIkiuh .JkMikint (Sawyer) I .eft Uiiurd CikhIh..Howe l.eft Tackle (.arrow i MonfiUoonei.story l.eft Kiol Vu\ (.Hamilton) (Payne) i:n.ti Quurterbuok OarroU . Knight Right llulfhu. k Havii,. i jtcahai .crubb (TaJhatJ i.. ii Halfback ftatir (Coea>aM) .Culnaps* Full Hack Ha*arn Mr. Heaaaaw empire Mr <> Rouke Field Judge Charles Siitton Timekeeper Mr. King 'I mi,- o[ halves ill linniitc HtTHBEHT SMITH HERE. Congressman Jonej" Secretary Comes Down to Cast Hie Ballot. Mr II, rl)> ri Sniiih. private sorro tar\ io Congressman William A jnasni aaste nsswa from Wsshlngtaa y* i-t?-rilay to cast his vote for the DassMcVBUe ticket Mr. Baattfe asaae hU home in this c'ty for man) fmmn In f? re going to Wsshlngton and he still is ii voter in the Fourth wanl. Congressman Jones mail.- his last speech of the campaign at FTeBerleaa burn Monday, niul from there ?real to Ml homo at Warsaw to vote. Mr. Smith returned: to Washington last night. Dtatn ef Mis. Walker News was received her., yesterday of the death of Mrs. Grace M, Cue Walker, wife of W. R. Wilker, at her home at Hrvokncal. Va Mrs Walker was ihe daughter of Mr and Mrs T. A Johnson, of UN Jefferson a\eiinc. this city. a.id lived here for many year-- 1 efore her 'narriage She was only L'."> y<ars ,,f age A husband und two llttli children survive her Mrs. T A Johnston and Mr I, W John? ston left yesterdav for Brookaeal to atten,| the funeral. TIME TO ACT. Don t Wait for the Fatal Stages of Kidney Illness. Profit by New? port News People Ex? periences. Occasional attacks of backache. Ir regular urinal ion. headaches and dizzy 1 spells are common early symptoms of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect ihese ills The attacks may l>ass ,-.ff for a time but return with greater intensity. If there are symp? toms of dropsy?puffy swellings b, - low the eves, bloating of limbs aim ankles, oi my pari of the body, don't delay a minute. Hegin taking I loan s Kidney pills, and keep up the treat? ment until the kidneys are weil, when your < Id time health and vigor will return. Cures in Newport News prove the effectivenes of this great kldliev remedy. i .1. H Reynolds. 529 Thirty-fourth street. New|>ort News. Va.. says: "1 willingly give I loan's Kidney Pills my endorsement, as tbey cured me of a severe attack of kidney and bladder trouble. My back was weak and ach? ed ail the time. The kidney secre Hon? were too frequent in passage scant and painful when being voided and there was much sediment in them. A friend finally gave me a box or Doan's Kidney Pills to try and they helped nie so much that 1 got anoth er box at Klor's drug store. Hy the time I had finished the contents of this. I was cured l'p to this time I have had no return of kidney t-om p'ainl." For sale by all dealers. Price ."pii cents. Fosler-Milburn Co. Huffalo. New York, sole agents for the I'n?ed States. Remember the name?Doun s?and take no other. Capital Dry Goods House 2910 2912 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Baby Blankets SIZE 30x50, GOOO QUALITY. BLUE AND WHITE ANO PINK ANO WHITE. TEDDY 8 EAR AND BO PEEP DESIGNS: LOCK STITCHED HEMMED ALL AROUND. $1 00 VALUE. SPECIAL, 79c. GOOD QUALITY WHITE BLANKETS. 30*50 WITH BLUE AND PINK BORDERS: REGULAR ?1.00 VALUE. SPECIAL. 89c. Vacation Pictures Printed and Enlarged. EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Film*. Paper and PUt>!< Ca Ca EpGS & BrOas stoic b The Kodak Man 2909 Washington Ave No Money Is No Excuse. WE WILL TRUST YOU FOR ANYTHING IN MOMS FURNISHING LINE IF YOU WANT THE BEST GOODS. BEST BARGAIN* ANO EASIEST TERMS. YOU SHOULD BUY PBOM OUR STORE. LARG? EST LINE IN THE CITY TO SELECT PROM. Newport News Furniture Co.? 3007 0 W?**ln?7Mtl Ava. SHOr.K FACTS I Shoos loo Big or Shoes loo Little, Curn-Ci op-Result, tisenman Fits the Feet. Healthy Feet fa Result. Eisennian's Shoes Fit well, Wearwell. 2t)th St. and Washington A.euue. TAILORING That Satisfies EMBRACE THE OPPOR? TUNITY My railing ami selecting your fall and winter suit from our large stork of FALL WOOLENS. Imported and Domsitle. flood work Ih our success. We ran lit and please yon. T. P. Keating TAILOR. 221 25th St. Newport Newa, Va. HAULING PROMPTLY DOIE From a PARCEL to An ENGINE FREIGHT, BAGGAGE. FURNI? TURE ANO SAFES. CARE? FULLY AND PROMPTLY MOVED. VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY STORAGE WAREHOUSE 514-520 27th St. REASONABLE RITES Belter Equipped Than Ever Ml examine your eyes and fit you with gia.??es la owr r.ea quarter*. 13S Twen;>- eisth St. formerly 121 Twenty-slith St HULL&HULL Graduate Optacon?. Stop the Thief By Putting On Climax Sash I ock iwoeaafhte to open aaan from ov*?lf*t. gas* wdt break bo Pore feck break a. CALL BELL PHONE ?05 FOR DEMONSTRATION. f Free with each 18 oz. can A&P Baking Powder at A l'i?or quart Gray I nan.> I Pt'KITAN KITTLE witli |>;iti'ut Look rover. This Kettle with Baking Powder and for this week only. Special Values for week in (iroceries. 50c. K N v lOMA'litKS 4 rann. 25c 5c fllnii K KAMII.Y M At'KKKLL, I \ I, BTABCH larsa aartafa I >: l. BTABCH. small iiackage potash <>R LVR. a i nn . 3c 5c in oRfnic or limb, gg .99c ] Selected highest Quality Flour at the Lowest Market Prices. Best Elflfl dreamery Butter Pound.35c Our reputation for telling the highett quality of selected Teat, Coffees and Groceries is the re? sult of fair dealing with the buying pub I.e. Our business has been built up o.i the principle of giving the best values for the least money. EXTRA CHECKS WITH TEA, COF FEE ANO GROCERIES. 10 with 1 can Baking Powder ....60c 4 with 1 bottle Extracts .2Se 2 with 2 cant Reliable Peas . .. .25c I with 1 pk. AAP Borax .10c 1 with I qt. Cranberries .10e I with 1 largr bottle Salid Oil . .1Se i with 1 can Paprika .10c 1 with 1 bottle Blueing .10c t with 1 can Old Dutch Cleaner, 10c 1 with 1 can String Beans .10c I with 1 jar Nutlet .10c I with 1 jar Nutlet .15c 4 with 1 jar Nutlet .25c De'iveries Odd, Unique and Artistic Merchandise Is what we offer a DHCKIM LVATING 11 PUBLIC. |A Flory-Royall Co., Manutsvtnririfl .Jewle aud Silversmith* Nawport Newa, Va. DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK REASON THIS OUT FOR YOURSELF: SUPPOSE vou ARE PAY? ING S20.00 A MONTH BENT; IN FIVE YEARS YOU PAY THE LANLORO S1.200- HAD YOU APPLIED THIS AMOUNT TO THE PURCHASE OF A HOUSE. VOU WOULD TODAY BE THE OWN? ER OF A NICE HOME INSTEAD OF THE RENT RECEIPT* YOU HOLD IF YOU P*v A HIGHER RCNT. YOUR HOME WOULD BE JUST SO MUCH NICER WITHOUT ANY ADDITIONAL EXPENDI? TURE. IF YOU ARE INTER STED IN OWNING YOUR OWN HOME. WE WOULD BE GLAD TO TALK THE MATTER OVEB WITH YOU. TERMS TO SUIT. O/dDominion Land Company MOTEL WARWICK BUILDING.