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Norway-Gulf Steamers Carry? ing Many Passeng?rs. PtOPLE TURNED AWAY PRUDENCE Steamer Texas, Now at This Port. Was Unable to Accomodate All' I Who Applied for Passage Here at Chrittianla. Norway. says buy a bottle of Gowan's Preparation und be prepnrrd lor rrottp, colds, pneumonia, cough? und sore throat, 'rowan's pre? vents and cures by destroying Inflammation und congestion. K\irrn;Jandi>enetrnting. $1.00, BOC) M& Ail druggists. Captain Pedersen, skipper of the Norwegian steamer Texas, which ar ilied nert Thursday with passengers Und Height, aid comniodore cf tile Norway-Mexico Gulf fleet of steamers. Innige speaks very encouragingly of the DwM I usiness now bei n r carried on by his ?oaipany between Norway. Newporr News. Havana and Mexico He sav.; that tiM business is increasing steadily and new that his vessels are allowed by the I'nited Sla'es govern? ment to take passengers from this port t'i Havana, Oiba. Ue thinks thai iMn, BNMM?Chesapeake & Ohio OMl Agein > Company. Steamer Kibe ?.Sei i Kisfeld, Ham? borg -Chesapeake *? Ohio Coal ? Coke Company Sailed. BtMMen ? .imliyses (Br.i Bate liioni Bruns? lek I Bremen : (Ncr.l Sorbocs. tfroiu New Ycrki Kiehmond, \'a.; Cameron (Bit Kastoii ifrom Mobile) Antwerp: Af? rican Prince dir.? Itremen; Kibe l (Jer i Hamburg. Schooners Charles Davenport Thomas. S.ili in Kdward K. Hriry, Dudley. Boston Barges Indiana for Providence. I l.aiii-astcr f?. r Providence; for New Haven. Baroness this trade soon will be flourishing Couian t Accommodate Them. , When the Texas arrived here rrtim , .\orwa.v Thanksgiving day every Matercom was occupied by passengers and. according to Captain IVdersen, i he ship did not have aecommiala - lions for all of the people who applied, tor passage from Chtistiania to New I ort News and that many were turn-1 ed away. The vessel hr. light sixty , iwo cabin passengers here as a number of stearage passengers. For several months now the ves ' sols of this line have been bringing j n-nny passengers to this port and the1 company Is rapidly building up th?-j trade. Many immigrants are to be' brought here by the steamers, while hrst and second class passengers are handled in large numbers. .Many of these land here and go by rail to New York. New Orleans and Western cit- I les. j At this |tort the vessels take freight lor Havana, and hereafter tfeei tin n ill take passengers to that port from Newport News. This will he th?- only direct passenger line to Havana I ? outh of New York and north of j Florida and the traffic is expected to] N? heavy. Line Is a Young One. The Norway-Mexico Gulf Lli>?- was. ??stablished nearly a year ago. the' company at first max:ug Norfolk thi port of call in the Cnited States However, the local Chamber of Com moire set to work and secured the line for Neivport New s and for man v ! * "ether nnncuiar or of 'hejoliiu, vilettee. lea ?,, ?ti, ,k . - ' . ? . ' I bauo . ii. : ?in- i- ihe sldnevi omro. montka BOO the vessels have been . r,i(5,?',?|c,. u> rrttoto B,r fnt ? Home treat stopiung here instead of Norfolk. Cap- Imrui ?hi. ii baa reu?*i-dir eure?! all of the?* tain Pedersen savs he is well pleased j tortures. She feels It lin doty ??? seed It to ai! ,.,ua .1. . ?. . v. ?. ? , ' ?uflerer? I BkF. 1 on . lire yourteit at home ?" mth the treatment he has received thousand* ?III teatlfy-no ebanajs of rllmate at this port and is Rratified with the being necessary. Thin aluiple discovery ban growth of the business since the I'nited States terminus was trans? ferred from Norfolk to Newport News. Calendar for Today. Sun rises.t?:fi? a. m. Sun sets .4:3d p. m. High water ...H?:12 a. ui., 10:47 p. in. Low waier ...:::,"i* a. m . 4:47 p. ra. Calendar for Monday. Cun rises .lltf a. in. well'Sun sets.4:49 p. in. HiKh water . .11:4>1 a. in., UzXl p. m. Low water.4:1.1 a. ni., i:.17 p. m. Ccal for Vera Cruz. The Hiitiash steamship Halloclunyle arrived in port yesttrday from Cbarlesion. S C . to load a full ?-argo of coal here for Vera Crur. Mexico. Two Steamers for Fuel. Two foreign steamers arrived 1" port y? sterday for fuel coal. Th?>y .i. p- supplied and proceeded for G-? r man ports. Andyk Headed This Way. The Dutch st? amship Andyk, of the Holland-America Line, steamed from Rotterdam for Newport News via Hal timori- on November tt at lip. as. A Aofre Dame Lady's Ippeal To a'l kjowioc auRerera of rheunia?wn SHIPPING REPORT isncs atni a< M from the blood loosen* lb* ftlf !??:(??, in:- i-uthe blotxl, and brlahUna the e% ?. civiua elasticity and tone to tbe whole avalem. >f the above intereala you, for ?root ? Mrem Mrs. M. Summe.-. Bei R t Pmue. Ind Saturday, November 27. 1909. Arrived. Steamer African Prince (Dr.) An? derson, New Orleans?to Chesapeake Ohio Ccal Agency Company fear bunker coal. Steamer Hallochmyle dir.) Wil liamson. Charleston. S. C.?to White Oak Ccal Company in ballast. Steam-r Klba (OCT.) Eisfeld New! Orleans?to Chesapeake a chio Coal ft Coke Comjiany for bunker coal. Steamer Bay Slate, oneidern. New' Bedford?to White uak Coal Company ' in ballast. Schooner Samuel S. Throp, Pierce, j Ncwburyptrt?to Chesapeake & Ohio' Coal ft Coke Company in uallast. Barge Harvard from Providence?to New River Consolidated Coal Com-i pnny in ballast. Barge Bombay from QaJaef Point I -to White Oak C^al Company In bal- | last. Barge New Jersey from Providence ?to Chesaepake Jk. Ohio Coal & Coke : ompany in ballast. Itarge Francis S. Hampshire from Providence?to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal &- Coke Cr moony in ballast. Barge Florida from Providence? to Chesapeake & Ohio roai ? Coke Company In ballast. Chesapeake and Ohio Railway IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE. NEW FAST TRAIN TO THE WEST. Vestibuled Equipment?Dining Car Service. THROUGH SLEEPERS Newport News to Chicago. Charlottesville to St. Louis. Cleared. Steamer Tt?xas (Nrr.' Pedersen, Havana. etc -Furness. Withy tt Com? pany. |Jd. Steamer African Prince (Br. I An I.v. old Point.4:30 p. m. l.v. Newport News .."i:i>? p. ni. Ar. Richmond .6:3."? p. m. I.v. Richmond .6:45 p. mX Ar Cincinnati.|B:M a. ni. Ar. Chicago .8:00 p. m. Ar. St. l>ouis .6:10 p. n>. ONE t GHT ON ROAD?NO LAY? OVERS. Direr* connection to all points WEST. NORTHWEST AND PACIFIC COAST. ceepers Old Point to New York Via Richmond and R. F. ft P. ft p- R- B on same train. For reservat'ons and further in? formation apply to E W- ROBINBOH, Ticket Agent Give Your Wife a Diamond! You know she has always wanted one! You kn?w nothing would please her more. Why not get her one ? You can afford it at our prices. Come in and investigate. You wont be urged to buy. Flory Royal Co. Or, Sta^r To P-each First Ser? mon at Trinity Church. BISHOP RANDOLPH HERE Will Preach at St Paul i Episcopal Church Thji? Morning at 11 O'clock ?Interesting Services at First Pres? byterian Church Today. Di William Q. Stair ???ins his pas? torate at the Trinity Methodist church I today, succeeding Kcv. E. T. I>adiuun. [who la no* the presiding; < Ider ot j the Farmrilic district. The rongre gatiou of Trinity church will bo out In foice to hear and welcome the new ? pnstor. j "Facing the Futur??The Ib-gin | ulng of the Conference Year" is ihe j subject or the llrsl sermon which Dr j Statr will preach to his new coiiitre-, ; gat ion this morning at II o'clock. I I This ev. nhig at 7:::n o'clock bis sub-I I ject will be: The Victory of Fallh. I l>r. Starr i.i one of the most aD,? minlsterg in the Virginia conference and Is said to be an orator of great powi r. St. Paul's Episcopal. Battens A. M Itandolph, of Nortolk, will couduct the .services at St. Paul's Episcopal church this morning at II o'clock. There will be no evening services. Rev. Thomas C. Harst, the i new rector of the church, will ar I rive this wee); to take up bis work I and will < .each his first sermon next Sunday. Sunday school will be held today ut the usual hoar. Firrt Presbyterian. K. v. K. T. Wellford. the pustor, will preach at the First Presbyterian j cbtrrch at b<iih services today. ills ?ubjict this- morning at 11 o'clock will be, 'The Christians' Righteousness" and this evening at 7:3n o'clock he will speak on "Some Ancient proto? types of Modern Life" The newly organized quart, tto of the church, conifiosed of Robert lirydon, bas.i: (cooige Murray, tenor; Miss Mary Sti-arnes. soprano, ami Mrs. Arthur Kastman, contralto, will sing at botn ? the morning and evening service. I Sunday school mi'l Hlbb' class, s will I meet at 9:.10 a. m. Newport News Baptist. I K- v. Lloyd T. Wilson. ,). D., pas? tor of the Newport News Haptist I chotch, will preach a siecial Thunks I giving day sermon this evening at 7:30 o'clock, his subject being, j "Thanksgiving." This morning at 11 i o'clock he will speak on "The i Precious Promises '' Sunday school will meet at 9:Si o'cloclc this morn? ing. Trinity Lutheran Bervicea in the Cerman language will be conducted at the Trinity 1-utheraii church this, evening at ? o'clock by the pastor Rev. A. C. Kar kau. The pastor will preach at the usual hour this morning. Sunday school will meet tt 9:45 a. m.. and the Sailer's Crc;. Sunday school will j assemble at 3 p. ra., as usual. St. Vincent's Catholic. Service* will Is- held today at St. 'Vincent's Catholic church as follows: fl -t mass. S a. m., second service at i IS-.SS a. m. Chestnut Avenue Methodist. i Rev. T. J. Taylor, the new pastor ! of the Chestnut Avenue Methodi.it ! church, tegins hts pastorate today , j He will preach at 11 o'clock this ' morning and 7:30 o'clock this **en m% Sunday school will he held at the usual hour. Grace Method.st. At the Grace Methodist church to? day the pastor. Rev. 11. \V. Duhklev, w 11 continue his sermons on "The Prophet Elijah" "Fishing for Men.' will he hl? aubjoct at 7:3<i o'clock this ? v- :iing. Sunday school will he held at 9:4."? a. m.. and the pastor aP.ll meet the Ttrotherhood Bible class at the same hour. Second Baptist. The Great T^y of lib Wrath will he the subject of a sermon at 7:3o o'clock this evening by Rev. J. T Riddick pastor of the Second Bap? tist chnrch. The pastor will preach at II o'clock this morning and Bun day school will be held at th* nsnal hour Calvary Baptist. Rev. 1. W. Smith will occupy the nulpit of the Calvary Baptist chnrch at 11 o'clock this nomine, preaching nn Tlod's Vse for Christians in the ' World." The pastor. Rev. Samnel U I Nan*, will preach at 7:? n'elejek taaa evening ou "The Open Saloon ." Srin rtsy school will be held at S:9S a. B5. Thirtieth Street Christian. Seeretsry E. V Hall, of the Tovmg ?oafs Christian Asemrfation. wilt oc runv the pnlrir of the Thirtieth Chtrstian chnrch at both or r? sees to dm The Surtdav school will aJewm hh- at tb< regular honr thu norntng C^*UfC>H Of Ch^*aft. What WMl * Van Give '? TC*. chanre fi - His Soul*" Is the subject on which Rev W E Powell, nest or of th" Twenfv fonrlb Street Chnrrh of Christ will presch thin evening at i.'trt o'clock. ThU morning hl? sub |jrct will he' ''WIMM Would had World he Wlthoet Christ?" bped' Day school a il] L<' he!,| at ?:<]5 a. in d the. mid-w*>*kly (irsyer service will t.. held Wednesday evening. EaM End Christian. The pastor. Rev Miirdock W Hut ler, will occupy th - pulpit of the haut End Christian fkurrti si the usual hours today. Stindai school will k* liel.i at Wtm} a. m Second Presbyterian. It-v P. II. Mspderllte, the pasi? r. will occttpv the pulpit n( the Second Preshyterlnn chimb ai 11 o'clock thhj morning and 7 So thi-- .\enmg. Grace Coiscopal. S. rv.ces will l?e held at the dare Episcopal chuioh nt 7:M o'clock i.iis |c\eniuic and tin' Sunday school will meet ai the usual hour this morning 1ST ANSWER FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT U \*- 11 City Engineer Petrse and Arthur Burcher Cited to Appear vVednesday. City Engineer T I". Pi arse and for tin r Councilman Arthur K. llurcnrr are citied to appear before Judge Harham in the Corporation Court | Wedm seat? u?oruinK at IS o'clock to I show cause why th>y should not ho fined i.r imprisoned for contempt oi Judge Mai ham's court The contempt proceedings grew out of the grand jttry'a investigation in October of the all god violations of the Uarksdale pure election statute by Mr. Hureher and Councilman Braesi C. Cox. Two indictments were returned ugaiust Hurchrr by the grand jury for violat? ing thUs law and ho will Is- tried at j the December term of the court. Appcmbd to UM indictments aguinsi Hureher arete two nott a from the granrl jury to ledge Harham. One called attention to the fact that the evidence of W. C. Wilson, a witness rx fore the juty, showed that Murom r approach* d Wilson on the day before he appeared before the grand juty and tried to influence his testimony. The other note snid that lt. K. Davis had testified before the jury that City | Engineer Pearse had approached bitn an,t told him to be careful not to tell anything before the grand jury thai might injure him i Davis? Murchor and Cox stand lndlcti-d by the grand jury fc- influencing J. p. Fraley and K. K. Davis to withdraw from the fight for the nomination for constable in the D* mocratlc primary of June 12. 1909, in favor of Cox t>y promising them ceitain sums of money. Moth are to be tried at ihe December term ol the court, which will be convened tomorrow morning at M o'clock by Judge Harham. Jniu- Harham has set his docket for tomotTow and Tuesday as follow Monday -Collins JoneR M, Hants' Oordon; Sarah Vlney vs. Chris J. Helm; Sarah Robinson vs. Washing? ton Fltzgetald. Tuesday--Newport New-, Furniture Com,any vs. Phil nrown; O. W. Todtt vs. Phillip Marlow end M. K. Cofer; M. H. \j<fh vs. Ughtfoot Mlehaux, Frederick Vespi r an. Frank L Small. MAKE AGRICULTURAL MEETING A SUCCESS Entertairrrent Committee of Chamber of Commerce Preparing for Big Session. A special meeting of the Chamlit-.' of Comuerce < ommittee on entertain raent jsk b'en called for Tuesday | night to make arrangements for the agricultural meeting which is to b"^ held bv the chamber on the night of Decemb? r 10 State Commissiomr off Sgl knell si i an,l Imralgratam Georg.? W. Koiner will address the meeting, speaking <n the cultivation of the mr.l on the Virginia P? ninsula. About fifty farmers living .n She neigh he rice counties will be nvi. fj hy letter to attend the ? etnas i sj the busin-ss men and rlti n ? ally cf this city al?o wil| l After the si ech of the ,i p ne-t delightful social ff :i "1 .< held. VniLlE DID PICTURES Manager 1**11 promises ihe pntrorr of the Beil theater a good ?-k>w lot the first thro- days of this week He has booked what are reprcsntrd to If tbreo good i and-Tille arts und .here with 'he :.s-i. I fine fen tare lit- ;u Don pictm.e. he heileres, wiji make the show equal to the high Standard COOKING witujv. r ?asdlag COAL. Coal and aebes are always grrnt trr ubb-v w hen one has to cook or In fart use heat at all The way ta keep year Swans nice aad clean, and ease to atoid ihr work and worry of handling ? ?al and ashes, hj to conk or heat with gas <Ja* stove* are an immer.?- -a?er of worry, trouble, wore and '??!? n>i>. <'?! er ';>!" nr of See* of the Gas Cneaaeuv Thirty second trert and Washington av. nor IW Tr y land at Watt s One Price to All 2714 Washing? ton Ave. I There Are Others Hut those Men I and Young Mon'n Suits iu the B?H shades tti Stey, which are brand new arrivals, at <iAKNKK'S. struck toe >ouug man who likesvia-w" to hi* clothes .put right ?th?y are 1%m l?t)> '* aud are different from the others. There's life to the QOiort; Hyfia to tht oQt and the workmanship is faulih-ss. What more could be dcsln?d' They art* priced under their real worth, aud a pnep at ihil linn will more than prote all we claim for thriu. Prices, $IO OO to $2B OO Overcoats With tLc ident ? ;il distinction are here. toe. including th.? new PBBdTO " By a simple twist of the wri.-t the ??oilar may be uhnugel Ir m a dress to 11 ?tonn c iliar. Just tf neat iu one ?hape an tile oth"r. The Boys'Dep't. Which is always given particular attention at NKRS, was uever more oomplete than now. SUIT4, AUTO (OATS and KKKFKRS in ahundauce, mule with the same rare aud po8fe*slog the same styli-hurss as the clothes for the grown up*. By mere chance we lOOttred s-veral lots of ihese gcods at an exceedingly low price aud wn ars selling them on the same lusis. Boys' Suits and Overcoats From $2 98 to $8.00 AUTOMOBILE GLOVES?Lined or unlined, $2.00. $2.50. $i.00 and $4.00. AUTOMOBILE LAPS?In either leather or cravenette. $1.50. AUTOMOBILE COATS?English Slip-on. Raglan style, $15.00: zephyr weight. $5.00. This store is just full of good things fur the holidays Garner & Co. ?#> CANNED VEGETABLE SALE WE OFFER THIS WEEK A LINE OF HIGH-GRADE CANNED GOODS AT SPECIAL PRIcES. PLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON: QUALITY GAURANTEED. SUP TOMATOES. ! PEAS. Ifna, 4 raus ..... .2ScIlona. :i ran*. Sultana, :i cans .25c ! Suit ana. a ran A'S-I', a can .10C | Reltahlr, a Aal', i can* ? ? CORN. lona. 4 canr .25? Sultana, :: cans.25c AAP. a t an .10c 25c IOC .10c 25C 8UCCOTA8H. Standard. .: cans.2Sc AAP. a can .10c Aar Gelatin . 5c STRING BEANS. Standard. 4 cur .2Sc Oat Refugee. :; cans .2Se White Wax. 3 .-aim .25c AAP Slrlngless. 2 rans .25* LIMA BEANS. Arena. 4 cans .25c Ubkmjt. I cans .25c A & P. ; cans .28c EXTRA CHECKS WITH TEA. COFFEE AND GROCERIES ii with 1 ca: Raking Powder .50c l with I ho t'e I.xirart* .2Sc '.? with pa ka*?? ,*AP Corn Starch, each .. 7e 1 with I pa kngee **P H rai. 1 with 1 bo "tie lUuein*.' 1 with 1 tjeyi o d Duti h Cleanser . 1 with 1 jar Niil'et .10c with 1 iar Nutlet .1|c n with 1 jnr Nutlet. :.25c I with 1 bottle AAP Pure Maple Syrup .15c :: with l bottle AAP Pure Maple Syrup .36c : with 2 botUe fjold Leaf VI. Syrup, each_10c wan i bottle Gold Lear vt. By ran .25c I with 1 jar AttP Jam .iSc I with 1 imttte A?P Ollre Oil .22e I with I bottle BJecttotttM .10c Celeries Phoebus A Buck roe Tueeday. Hampton, Wedneeday Boulevard, Thursday. Cits. S3. Beit 360y. 2E03 Was!), to. p 1 by hia uir ?? Tim- headtiner of the caudcvlV.r bill will be presented b>. Miss Herdl?" Ut-wis and Harry Adams, who apt**" In a Ringing, dancing, taiktnc and rapid change art. Mr. . and Mi George Lock wood will be *een in s (-;ni djf i ketch, and Harry Mawon. tilled ay a norein comedian" win compute ih>- bill. IMg crowds a:t?nded the Hell hrmtgbont the past week and fr qoeolly crowd* were fcArt wtitli.jt onl. ste> of the playhouse. The theat? r did an anaaoolly big booin? ss Thank* gl\ ing night Daughters of Confederacy. John W Daniel Chapter neng?ter* of th- Confederacy, win hold a wet itw in ihe itark^a of Hie Porabonta I HntM nes? Wednesday afternoon at 4 orlork A foil attendance of th' members is exp* ct*d a important r?a nee* relating to the home for m?edT Confederate vomin will he lron?arted. Toy Pent tod Flow at Watt * KILLEO BY FALL Former mewport News Man Oies hi Richmond Hospital. Th. Midden death is Bichmond, on November !?. r.f Mr JameH McM.il n will he deplored bv his many friend* in this city. Mr. McMillen. while trcct.n* a building ia the vicinity of Richmond, fell a uletawe of twelve feet and ???? tainod a tractnre of the nknll : r >m which he dm later at tht- Memorial Htvsritai without regaining conscious or as. His body wts tsken to Wilmington. N. C. for intern- nt About eight yiars ago Mr MrVil Un wa* lor >.< fn thk? cttjr and while here macU a boat b< friends He waa a protein- ni contractor and an inreyt tor of Fine Oysters Is our specialty and It is "ell knows by all that we have the ' e-t m too city by the gallon, barrel or cv-keatt. o to any point may be wished] land prices eery low. Fish of aal Joseph Charles Gu'M A me* tin* of the Jesvph Charles I Memorial Gelid will be held tomorrow [ aft :noon ?: lac Pocanontax Hotrl Toylsnd now open. W D A W kind* In **ason ?at present fresh ?**? m.m. Halibut, Smelts. rrr?h Macker? el. Cod Fish Fiouoder*. m?. Rock fi?h. perch. Mallet*. Bass, ?r Oooj? of all kinds Is season; I asters. Ac Our stock is pure, fresh and clean] at ofl times. Weicht aad mc^snre gtsai? anteeu Newport News Fish and Oyster Co. 2507 Wash.ngtor Ave. Bed *o?ene $42, SHIPPING HOUSE PiEB A. Shoo Barry ?t Wait rm?-y A Wortic?