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Richmond Promoters. -. NEW SUMMER SETTLEMENT -ifr. teere of Capital C'ty Beach Cor? poration Say Many Cottages Are to be Erected on Tract Above Buck roe Beach. It was. announced yesterday that the Capital City Beach Corporation, which bas purchased a large tract of waterfront property above liiu km Beach has arranged with tin v ? port Newa & Old Point Railway and Electric Company to ettond it? tracks up the beach to pass through a set? tlement of cottages which, it is said, will be erected before next summer, Messrs. Charles lt. Ryan and A M. Gaber, of Richmond, preaidenl und secretary, respe-'l., >'. of the coti-o? ration, have b>en here for several days making arrangements for Im? provements to he made on the pro? perty and arranging with the roll road company for the extension of the tract. It Is said that I! Is the purpose of the eompanv to erecl a large number of cottages at once, the idea being to have the property In shape for oc? cupation by a summer colony by neal sumiwr. A great many Richmond people spend a part of the summer at Beek roe, and il U proposed to In? terest them in the development nl the tract. WHITE MAN INVOLVED. Detective Has Bout With Warring Yee Trnn. (By Associated Press.I SAX FRANCISCO. CAL-. Nov. 16, For the first time since the Tong war broke out in the Chinese quarters; here a white mau was Involved in the fighting today. A private detective was attacked by Yee Wing, of the gun men of the Yee Tongs Tee Wing, to resist being eearched. attempted to shoot the <|e tective, but his revolver was knocked fit in his hand. He was captured after a struggle. Counties Go "Dry." COLl'MHIA. 8. Cm Nov. IS?Today at aundown in the fifteen counties of South Carolina which voted "dry" on August 17 last the drastic prohi? bition law enacted at the iast session of the legislature went Into effect. A registered druggist always Ulis jour prescriptions at Gardner's. 21?. Take your prescriptions to Hull's Cut Rate Drug Store RPECIALS OX THE Fl/JOR-AT j cur store this week ;:>mi Heaters., Stoves and Ranges Your credit is1 good. XEWKI.I. at CO.. Inc . "! -jr. W. Queen St . Hann,ton. Va. 18. Frankel & Elseninan Gentlemen's Overcoats and Suits Of the most sty isti elects, ? la be had here; the "New Greys." which is the leading color this season.* ar. be seen in the hand somest tailored Suits and Over? coats at remarkable low prices for their class of workmanship. We particularly call your at tention and invite you to nave a look at our line from $20 To $25 IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT Tou can find everything at i newest New Y'ork r'yles We Guarantee Perfect Pit of every* garment SPLENDID HAND TAILORED GARMENTS From $18.00 to $50.00 jjj DENTS GLOVES MARK CROSS GLOVES. FRANKEL 8 EISENM AN 94 W. yl'KKN S'j Y Hampton. Va. The prattle* eases lei the ctty." MPT01 k, .- ? ? i/te?ul iJluu?M'i Hampton'i Best Store. Dress Goods Not a wanted weave which Is net here. Net a staple or fash? ionable shade is lacking. This store hae been noted for the completeness and variety of its Dress Coeds stock, and noted as well for the fairness of the prices at which Dress C ods are sold. Which fabric shall we single out for today's particular men? tion? There are so many worthy ones, that we could de? vote a column to any one group. Our advice is, come and look them over?You will find a wide range of all-wool cloths from 5Cc for 36 inch w:de to $2.50 for 54-inch goods. YOU WILL FIND THE $1.00 AND $'.25 GRADES MIGHTY INTERESTING. SOCIAL-PERSONAL KecoiiKhtan Literary Circle will] mert this iifternoon with Mrs .1. hu C BejTeS tOB, is Linden avenue. Miss ?settle Howe has charge of the pro? gram ami "Cavalier Poets*' wttl ke| the subject: the poets h.'iiiK Thomas CBrew sir John 0mhsMJL Bicfcer<| l/ovelace, Itobert Herricks and Kd nuuul Waller. Mrs. Warren Hall has returned j from n visit of several days in .\< York City Mr Th.Ttitc n I), llonn. ville, ? ii > I spent Iwg weeks here with his par ] ems. Br -U Mrs. t. ,.u.:n'i:s J. BOU' iievllle, Ii. Hopf stiel has returii'-d Washington. Mr Xuins Harris. <,f SpartansluirK, \. t'. is the Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. I W. Massey, in Newport News avenue. Mrs. Purrh and Miss Bessie Iturch. who are the guests of Cup. and Uta O. .1 I'oiiueulle, in Hope street, are| expected t.. set urn to Washington to-| j nu rrow ? veiling. Mrs. A. J. Hifcley, who ha.-, bet n or. hi extend visit H Philadelphia, has j returned lier home in Ixviist strt Mi s. J. T. Hucitjins. of Mathews ] c<>iin?>. is the BMal of Mrs Hush. The W. C T D. will met at the Y M C. A. this ;.ftenioon at :':.:"| WILLIAM H. VENABLE WILL ADDRESS ELKS) jwell Knokn Norfolk Attorney To De I liver Memorial Day Address Here on December 5th. I _ j Mr William H Yt-nahle. one of the-] jbest known lawyer^ in Norfolk and a| ?'pea1., r of rare eloquence, will de [Bens *h?* memorial aMaaH |.. f. r, ;h> j member* of Hamot.n I>h|k,- of Kik<\ at the annual lodcc of sorrow" in; the National Soldier* H<>nie theater on th^ first Sunday afternoon in l?e cemoer. Mr. Venahle is M .? p I h<-e. having; ma > a similar ?d<!.-rss l>efor?? jthe l.<dt;e sis years BJBX His speech 'pleased the locnl KJVs m. much thnt the lodge ha* *inrc been rrdesv.trinjc .to jret him to make another address Mr Yenable yesterday accented the invitation, extended through Mr Horn ,ard W Snunders. and bis coming Ml be hailed wtih general pleasure by th. Hampton E"k? Tne musical proamm this year mil be especially attractive Mrs Bar iy will ?ing and the Orpheus ?;?.?.? rieb, et mposed of thirty or fr.rtv male slarrr?. will render several se Ibnhhnhl We are tbankfnl that the < aat.' still lorsta apon the dollar sn,| the turkey nr^n 'he plattet, and rtH v\p i? taking Xmas orders for Meant phonograph* 1sily It Phaimacy neraratet? N, PH( WILLIAM MULCH. SR., 15 DESPERATELY ILL 'Promine it Old Point Citizen Suffers Attack of Heart Trou ble While Taking Swim. Ca vi. William Besieh, sr., dm *t the leading btirilties? turn at l)M 1 *<?:t?i and proinin, tit in nntCfne) order cirelea, is esdieneet} ill in his home mi ill. Ki.r; Monroe ri sei vat Ion (apt. lliiiiliii, who conducts a largo Shipping (tan an i UM news-Mimd al I Olil Point, t'ollowi-i;; his usual ciietnm wi lit swimming 111 Ihf pool In Hotel ('nauilii i liu Saturday night aIxitit !" I o'clock, Hi' was t|ien in fine spirits and apparently in excellent health. Me eeeanenl to eajoy the eelnaaaiaf gicatlv and hud srenl sometime in il: pool, wiioti In- began to feel III. Hurriedly going to his dressing room Cap! bhaalck arenaed himself ami wfl the hotel. Hi- was followel liy several of lit friends, who Inquired of him his reas I ii Bel leaving the water Bo abruptly, and he ft plied that he was ill. He an nt to his home and soon began to get worse und finally the family sum MOnted Dr. tie. ige K. Viinderslioe. 1 ho ^ t family phvsielan. Hr. VaadoroMca i found thai ('apt. Mauleh had stiffen I | i an attack of hear" trouble due Btdm fthty to over-exertion in swimming. He i. inain. d with his patient most of Saturdav night. Sunday and reader. nhTJ and It was Said last night that ('apt Baeleh showed a very silgh(| Impr vein nt Capf. liauleh is a past eminent | ei nanaaadar Of Hampton Coinmanderv Knight Templars: past exalted rulor| of Etamptoe L dm* of Klks, ami etaodi high In all the Masonic fraternities II. i; ;it preatai an officer in the Virginia ('.rand t'...n'o'.in,< iv Knights| Tenhplar. He is one o: the noott ii" !" .. i anea in this section, and news | of his serious illness has given hi3 wide circle if acquaintances eoa -iil?ruMe uneasiness. TWO MEN IN CONTEMPT. Roheit Lewis. White, and C '?'at-1 kins. Colored. Locked Up in Jail. Rabl it Lewis walked into the Cir? cuit enirrt room vesterday and de? manded In know why he had bet n ?eanaeoeed la court. No one could quiet the old man and finally Judge Robinson put a quietus on him by or? dering Lewis locktd up in the county Jail on the charge of contempt of | eqart. He was allowed to remain in jail three or four hours and then was given his freedom, after the court hid ?avert hj inunlaiaaded him for his naht. ' eliavior iu court. Obie Watkins. a negro who resides on Hack river, was summoned to] court yesterday as witness before the grand jury. Opt) got tired waiting I tOr his "tera" and decided to return to his Imme !!? will not have to) ride into the city this morning. a,= Judge Robinson sent Sheriff Curtis out to oble's home last evening an 1 had him locked up in the countv Jail for the night. Ol le will have hj plain his absence to the court this j morning and the next time he is sum moned to appear a.-- a witness he will likely stay here until the court per? mits him to leave. Warrants for Druggists. Charged with violating the state I laws b> K L. Brandis, secretary of the state 1 oard of [harmacv. A. Tyler j Hull and E. Onrsey Coles were yea ;day summoned to appear in the ptdice court this morning before May i r Tli?.niton K Jones. Mr. Kay S. Col? li? r ha.* been retained tu represent I m.-ssrs Hull and Coles and the ca.ic will proisbly be warmly con!est?d. Mr Hiamlis came here several days ago and then declared that "only twol drug stores were living up to the I pharmacy laws DO NO CREATE MONOPOLIES Japanese Chinese Treaties Not in Vio-| lation of "Open Door " <R> Associated Press. 1 \\'ASHIMlTON. H C. Xov li The recent .treaties entered Into by! i h BB nand lai?an as to :he operation I i ?! no: < s al'-ng te . . nth M:ir. i bunan Railroad an.t t' - Aatung Mukd-i. Railroad do not create touti ois.lies i.nd hence sre in violation of | dm r" or the ' equal op port unit ie? principles, io tbe observ ance of what-, b-i.l.ng ;>owers are| pledged This is the >..nclu?ion reach? ed by tbe state department after al long and careful nrestigattea of the| ?piestl.tn involved New Road Oecated. VIOAUA. C. \ No. r Sn pa* reger trains were operated today ?.-r the newly completed Ceorgia a m mis Railway iseegeiat beg intthat etee. n Milan C.s . and Msdi?oti. Pis . its present terminal pon.-? P\*KKTS i.IVPA AWAY THIS wee* free at \KWEU. A CO. Inc. n Ii W Queen 8t IS GRAND JURY FAILS TU INDICI ROGERS Artilleryman Who Uffd Black Jack On Peter Spratley W'M Not be Tried. In the Circuit Court yesterday the grand jury, which will likely ha iu MMlM fur several Any*, returned live indictments and three ' m>l true" bills before udjourpiug al S o'chnsli in the afternoon until this mo ruins. The grand Jury rat urn od not a true lull in the case of A S Rogers, the Port Monroe artilleryman, who was charged with assaulting Petet Sprat j lev with :i black Jack, The alleged! assiiiiit (icciincd during the Irenaoe *? convention in August and Mr. Rogers was acting as a polh >? otlicer at that time He used his Ida k jack with lolling elfect und wln n the Chae came neft na Minor Thornlon r. Jones it was rortiBed to the graad jury. Indictments were returned against Maitie ceo|n?r. for inalu ii us r Ott lag; Oliver Moiling, for boa) breaking: John Downing, for seduction; Thomas Koiiiitaine, for malicious cutting and Stephen |[!i hardson f. i felonious cul? ling. "Not true hills" were f< und by the grand jury in the rase of Pearl Haw? kins sent up for larceny, and Heze kiah Rowlands for buggery. The grand jury i. cmuposed of Segar Whiting, foreman, and M ? Itmke. O. Waiker Watts, f. H. Phil? lip-. I ii Baoxaga, u B ?loodwin, 0. H. Palmer, J. H Brtnaon and H. M. Muglor. FATAL FIGHT OVER RENT. Turpentine Operator Shoots and Kills Saw Mill Owner. (Bf ARbOclated Press). MCW SMYRNA. Fl.A. Nov. l.V? fountv Commissioner S It <jwiii shot nnu instantly ki led W. P. Rob? inson at Oak Hill, U miles from here last night. The two men had u quar raj a boat the rental of a house, and Oweaa r-tainss that Rohlnaae drew a h?lfe and commenced to col him, in 'lictins a severe wound on the arm and cutting his collar in two. Owens then drew his revolver, six tiling Rob baaea live times, raaalai almost in? stant t'eath. Owens is a prominent turpentine operator and Robins. H conducted a largo saw mill here. The dead man leaves a wife and i ?o snail children. The verdict of she Jar) was that the killing was jus tillable. CCBB AND WAGNER TO HUNT. Rival Baseball Stars to be Members of] Georgia Party. (Ry Associated Press t MACON. OA.. Now || -Tyns ; obh. the Detroit t utfielder and Heal Wag-1 ner, the Plttsburg shortstop, re-spec-1 five stars of the American and Na? tional League- and rivals for the title of "world's liest hell player" will l??| members , ( ;> hnatiag party to be giv? en on tlie j.IiTit.ition near here byl flCHIipi T. Mailings, manag. r < f the| New York Yankees, early in !::nuary FIGHT IN A SALOON. Peter Barton and "Tingo" Tsylor to] Face Msyor Jones in Police Court. As a result of a fight in axel's saloon, in West Queen street, yester uay afternoon. PnCaV Barton and I James Taylor, alias "Tlngo." will fare| Mayor Thornton F Jones, in the 'liolire ciuirt this morning on the charge of fighting Harten us d a vinegar cruet on Tay ?or. inflicting an ugly scalp wound Karton channel that Taylor started thel trouble and th.'t he us-ed the cruet' only after T.?vl.r had attempted to assault him with a bottle The two| men were arrested by Ottrer H. S ''urtis an I Harnsj gave bond f:>r his| api>earance. while Taylor went to jail Bapt st Adopts a Child. Job:. Haw ist. colored, yesterday was granted permission by Judge ?" \\ Robinson, in the Circuit Curt, tcl adopt ai his i wn child, pit* infant ?on| of Robert Kd wards Can Carry a Gun. Mr. W H Judglns yesterday ap l>eared before u.,<eP Clarence Rr?nin son and ??s e saa permission to carry] .-nnceaed weapons in Elizabeth City| i oiin'v At Ca'dn- : , harmacy there Is al ways a registered druggist to wait on| yok Bl -Charit v na your preerrtpttons Cragdon ?TH them free ht At Cardner ? pharmacy there Is nl ears a registered druggist to wait owl |jow_J* LAIM KS' SCITS AND CAPT5* <>N| easy terms, at XKWBLUt CO- lnc..| Thanksgiving specials ri:-> W Queen St Hampton. Va 1? AND Qualified as Guardian. iM the circuit O net yesterday John II Jurvls qualified .is the guardian of his tan infant rhildreii. I SPECI ALS THIS wkbk BM I'AlIt niaatata. cheap, nbwei.l m OOu Itne . 21-2 t w. Queen St. I lutn !?'< >n. Va. 18. WANTED CLERK FDR KV B.VING work. AIGCSTA HOTEL. ": WANTKI)? IIIHGHT. HONEST HOY for tin *>st rigor service. Apply POSTAL TKLKGKAI'H COM? PANY'S Office. Hi WANT I'D 'WIARDERS, OK\TH\L| Ii rat loll, in private house, with nil ooiivcnien.es. Good board AU dross ? IK il SEKEKl'KR. Itox lo::. Hampton. 17. IF YOIT W-VNT A QTTART. lTAIJPj gailnn or any quantity of good oys? ters or elams. eall 'Phone 136 or| send to Ill'DGI.VS' DOCK, Hampton, ??3-.ini, WANTKI) ? K V ERY'MODY TO | watch our windows from Ort. IS to 23rd for Chi-Nauicl Demonstra? tion. Don't fail to see !t LKE PAT' TERSON HARDWARE CO.. 34 W. Queen St. tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE ? SWEET CKK\M. sweet milk and scum milk. Delivery twiie daily to any part of city. K. S. CURT 18, 2C3 Lee sireet. Phone IIS. 11-25. FOR THE THANKSGIVING FEAST ? bottle of good wine should be pru viil'-il to aid digestion. We have some -pocial v int.tees whirh we know will please both yourself and your guests, at the following pricesr Duff Horden Imported Sherry, per gal .fSjM California Port. l.<"> (Taret . Ml Sweet Catawba . 1 lilaekberry . IM Rhine Wine, per bottle . If* Whiskies, full quarts bottled in bond. Mi Verne n .$1.2;? Ireen River .>. . 1.2"> .Mel wood . LfSj Overholt . tM Old Oscar Pepper . IM Gingenheinier . LM Old Taylor . 1M Piedmont . LM iiolden Heritage .UM Hunter .". 1 M Dnffys Malt .WU Paul J ones' . ?5<" Straight CfMaklei in buk. per gal. .. Monti, olio .ItiHI Harper . 4.o? i'aul Jones . 2.7-> Old Charter . 2 Park wood .2.0? Double Stamp Straight Gin - Ml Mottled Beer. Ale and l*orter per doz. 'e'e N. LEONARD 18 Meiler St . Phoebus. Va. NEWELL & CO., Inc. Entire Richter Building. No. 2'. W. Queen St. Pythian Castle Store. No. 25 W. Queen St. largest dealers of Furniture and Housefurnishings. Stoves. Ranges and Heaters in the city. Ijtdi. s" Suits, all sires and Sha Your eredit is good. NEW ELL 8 CO. Incorporated E1-2S W. QUEEN ST. Phone 118, Hampton, Va. Auction Sale 11 s *?? vneaee ?treel Hsi; ? B Beem D POINT. A rniri Entrance. I > North Klug Strcrt; Main tiatrancr. 12-M Vtt? teuren Strict Axminster Rugs $1.00, $2.25, $4.50 A new assortment has just arrived in three sizes,, at the above pr.ces. Beautiful or.ental and floral patterns in splendid color com? binations. Also showing quite an extensive variety of the popular Curtain Nets and Swisses, 12' _>c a y<.rd and up. ROWE'S DEPARTMENT STORE ? hi RANSONE BROS. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! LADIES' FINE SHOES I JUST RECEIVED VfHAT YOU WANT. Black Suede Button, at .1. U..f..$4.50 Green Suede Button, at .g..$-'-50 Pat. Vici Cloth Button, at.M.$3.50 Plain Toe Button and Lace, at.M.$3.50 nid l? W. Queen I. SJeet, Hampton, Va. IF STYL?fand REASONABLENESS IN PRICE COUNT ANYTHING WITH YOU IN Tr? SELECTION OF YOUR HATS OR BONNETS. THEN YOU WlfjjL BUY YOUR MILLINERY THIS FALL AT MRS. I. M. f TACEY COLLIER BUILDING. M CAST QUEEN ST. Water Front Farm For Sale OA tv^itZ ^Vel) located dwell? er \J Clvl W*3 hug, barns and out? buildings. Good cllicken houses, jg? Price $4,500 Terms: $1,500 cl?h: Balance, 1, 2. 3 =-aiid ?* Years= -? For Rent, 12-acre farm; to loan, $10,000 M- O- LAfKEY. Manager. THE PHILLIPS L?CKEY COMPANY, INC. Real Estate. Rental and Insurance Agents HENRY L. SCHMELZ, FRANK.W. DARLING. President. Vice Presiden.. The Bank of Hairpton Hamptcn, Va. ITS THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR NEWPORT NEWS. CAPiTaU $100,000.00 SURPLUS, $!40,f oo.oo Deposits Over One Million .Collars! The only d?*<%i|fnated depositary in the State of Virrima to Bastern V.igitiM We maAe I. ans on Real Instate NOT I'RO tlHJITKI>? as are the Natiora; lutks. 4 Per Gent, interest Paid on Savings Iccounfs NELSON S. GROOME, Cashier. To Build Monuments liming add>-d this imoor'arf work ?o our large contracting hsjnt ne?s. ?e ln?ite those d?-?ir:ng monuments sod ?<?her tombstone ?o?-k to give ns a chance to *uppi> esthmatea. We ran save yon mone> on stones of all kind*. R. H. Richardson & Son, Props. GENEPAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDERS. At furnish lumber from the Chesapeake Mdla.