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ACADEMY TOMORROW NIGHT Hfl etffe JOk
MONDAY NOV. Z9
THE SEASON'S BIGGEST MUSICAL COMEDY
RICHARD himself
ASA
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I'M M
IN
HIS MERRY MUSICAL GAMBOL
"MARY'S LAMB"
1 3Principals?Every one a Star. 20 Song??Every one
mm*m 8 Hit
50 68RLS - Everyone a Peach. 1 OOP UU6HS Every one i Guffaw
Poeitiveiy Gu*rant*ed a Treat or Your Money Back.
PRICES: $2, $l.SO.$l,75c.50cand25c. Sale ROW Open. I
A
CADE MY
THURSDAY
MARTIN & EMERY CO S.
Elaborate
?Of
Production
The?
World's Greatest Oper?
atic Sensation
It s Gorgeous
Score is Rich in
Originality.
REP MILL
Exactly ?s Pre?
sented One Year
?N e w York
Four Months?
Chicago Thres
Months? Boa
ton.
Music by Book by
VICTOR HENRY
HERBERT BLOSSOM
Presented by a Select
Company of
60?PEOPLE?60
The Most Elab?
orate Equipment
Ever Given Any
Opera in Ameri?
ca.
Including
FRANKER WOOD AS ^_ BERT^jT^SW?R AS
AS KID CONNOR THE CON KIDDER.
FAMOUS DUTCH KIDDIES
A Beauty Chorus of Forty and a Special Augmented Orchestrs.
MUSiC THAT HAUNTS THE tAR FOREVER.
Mignonette. Tim Legend of the While the Gom's Good, I Wnw
Mi !. Yon Ne\cr i'm Toll About You to Marry Mo. pecause
a Woman, Good-a-Bye John, Ycu're You. Kvory |)uy is
Whistle IL A Widow Has Ways, L?dier Hay W th :d<\ The
The Isle of Our Dreams, Go ? Streets of New Vcrk.
PRICES?25c to $1.00. SALE 0=>ENS TUESDAY.
Academy of Music
Friday, Dec. 3rd
Frederick Warde
The Eminent Tragedian
?IN?
SHAKESPERAN
RECITAL
Management Radcliffe Bureau.
UNDERTAKERS.
W. E. ROUSE
Office and Showroom 234-236 25th St
'Phone It Res. 110.
J. HUGH CAFFEE
rtrnTzatsx DoujcToa and em
halrcer. OfSco Thorn-a. BVH an
CHs. No. l. Reeidetee. Bell Ne 4:
t-20-h.
Just Received!
A fall line of TABLf ao<1 POCKCT CUTJ.KRV
Christmas Presents.
for
Rogers Silverware
Manicuring: *Set<s
Rosenbaum Hardware Co.
It Pays
To Have Your Jewelry Repaired
at PALMERS
Wx. >'akk yocr oix> JTrwrnJtY 1.00k i.ikk vrrw: and hav
wo thk LAR0E8T rkpair D?rARTMPNT l\ THIS MCTIOV
we ark ix posmow to ti rn opt si'iooiai. work on sh'?kt
tiottcb and at A vkry REA8 IXABLC price,
r - *
J. J. Palmer's Sons
TO
DISPOSE OF COX CASE
Special Meeting Will Be Call?
ed to Finish Hearing Begun
Last Month.
Owing to the fuel that one Of two
of the coiiiieiluien are Cut of the city,
i'rosideut 1). S. Jones has not yet Is
Sjsw4 ? oall for a special meeting of
ihe common eouin.il to take up and
im,sii the triar of Councilman Cox on
charges I f misfeasance und mal
fcasauce, growing out of the letter
whl;-h Cox wrote President llramley.
of the Cleveland Trinidad Paving
Compan). It is expected that all of
the councilmeu will be in the city the
latt< r part Of next week and the spe?
cial session probably will be called
for Monday night. December ?.
The common council took up the
trial oC Cox during the latter part of
October when the. grand jury was in?
vestigating the paving scandal. The
call lor the special sesskn was signed
by a number of tue members of the
body. When the meeting was called
to order. Cox demanded that he be
lurnisned with | copy of the charges
against him. City Attorney Mansie
and Mayor Jones ouickly prepared the
(barges and the trial was gone into
at once. Cox being represented at the
hearing by Attorney Fay S. Collier,
ot Hampton.
After the body had siient nearly
lour hours in hearing Cox 3 explan?
ation of his loiter to President Hiatn
ley and his recital cf his dealings
with another paving company, it was
deridedo to deter anal action until
after the courts had disposed of the
charges against Cox growing out of
tbe letter.
Accordingly the body adjourned to
meet at the call of the chair to take
ip and finish the hearing. Just bofore
he adjournment. Councilman W. E.
lones, of the Tblrd ward, offered a
resolution that Cox be clisted from
the council and his seat declared va?
cant. This resolution is now before
the body and will be deposed of when
the adjourned meeting is held.
Cox was tried on the two Indict?
ments growing out of the grand
jury's investigation of the pavtng
candal and was acquitted on both
r.Uutmeets by Police Justice Brown
last week.
RISH BEaTiNNANS
IN EXCITING CONTEST
Final Score 8 27 to 26?French Team
Loses Third Consecutive
Game.
in a fast and Intens* ly exciting
came, the Irish flnnlly tr.urapncd over
the Indisns st basketball in the gym?
nasium , f ON Young Men's Christian
Association last night, the 9core be?
ing 27 to :s. The match wss close
from the ?tan and the interest of the
spectator* wan h*pt at fever heat
throe cbout.
In the second game of the ?v. ning'si
the Dutch defeat ,; tan*
.14 to 2C. This Is tbe third
.. see the French teas]
has bee since the basketball tourna?
ment began
The cluhs now stand as follow*:
Won i.o<: p C
Irish. 2 I dM|
dndian?. 2 1 J
4?uvh . 2 t j
French ..._ ft S j
the leading jewel***.
John
of the crew of the
Daren port, now londrr? coal Vre. v?a|
ar. ante.}, yesterday afternoon by
troimen r-lwr and FVarso? and ?orh-1
ed an on the charge of nsennlt. It
sfW d thst he at'ached Captain]
Thomas, of tb?
EsUbi-ehed HS2. Wntt s
?wop Barly at Watt Drsey A
(Freight and Passenger Steam?
er Beaver Launched at Local
8 Shipyard.
Christ*iifcd by Mis, Anus Manville,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. I, It Man?
ville, of this city, UM handsome new
?!ght and pa-sen to-r steamer Heaver,
building at the plant of the Newport
N. ws Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Com?
pany for the San Francisco aud Port?
land Steamship1 Company, was suc
cssfvlly launched at -8:30 o'clock
yesterday momiio; from whip ways
No. 3. The launching was entirely
informal and was witnessed by only
a .iniall party of invited guests anu
a few c.f the yard officials.
Miss Manville wore a handsome
suit of Catawba cloth and a black hat
[ and carried pink roses. She was at?
tended by Miss Allere vVillett, daugh?
ter of Mr. an,! Mr- .1 A. Willett, of
this city, who ?ore ? long fur coat
and hat to mutch and carried yellow
chrysanthemums. MIm WlUott was
the spousi/r for the steamer Hear,
siftersliip of the Baas? r, which
was launched at the shipyard last
month.
The launching yesterday w.-nt off
without a bitch, the new ship gliding
easily and gracefully down the ways
and out Into the river As the vessel
started on her Journey she was greet?
ed by a chorus of steam whistles of
I the craft at the yard and in the har
l?or, tbe syren of the battleship Dela?
ware being heard above all others.
The Beaver I* to ply between San
Francisco and Portland and is 3Sfi
fent Jong aad will cool approximately
i $5notono when eampletcd
ASSOCIATION INVITED
10 MEET IN THIS CITY
Supt. Jenkins Urges That State Edu?
cational Body Again Hold Ses?
sion Here.
Superintendent of Schools JeahlBS
returned yesterday morning from
Richmond, where be attended th, an?
nual session of the Virginia Kduca
ilonal Association Supt. Jenkins I I
tended an invitation to the associa?
tion to hold Us 1910 meeting, in New?
port News and the executive commit?
tee ha? this and other invitation,} un?
der consideration. The conimitt* e
probably will not decide on the next
place of mee-ing until sometime next
year.
The i ducational association met in
this cay in UMM sad had one of the
most suce'-essful ?sioiic in its his?
tory.
PERFECT ORGANIZATION.
Promotees of City Basketball League
Meet Tomorrow Night.
Reprise n tat in 4 of the four organi?
sations that ate to compose the
league will meet tomorrow uight at
the armory of the Huntington Rifles
and perfect the city basketball league,
to be composed of teams of the Young
Men's Christian Association, the
Young Men's Hebrew Association, the
High schextl and the Huntington
Riflca.
Officers will be elected at this meet,
lug and a constitution and by-laws
will be adopted. The opening games
will he played early next month.
Kills Her Foe of 20 Years.
"The most merciless enemy I had
'or JO year*," declares Mrs. Jame?
Duncan, of Haynesville, Me., "was
Dyspepsia. 1 suffered intensely after
eating or drinking and could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had fail?
ed and Mverai doctors gave me up. 1
tried Electric Hitters, which cured mo
completely. Now 1 can eat anything.
I am 70 years old and am overjoyed
to get my health and strength back
again " For Indigestion. Loss of Ap?
petite Kidney Trouble. Lame Back,
Female Complaints. Its uncrjaaled.
OawJ lot at Academy Pharmacy Co.,
P? txold'a Drug O.
DoT's, Games. Toys at Watt's
Star Restaurant!
FOR I-AIMES AND GENTLK
MulN Tbe very best table
board the market affords for
I S3.? by week or saoath. We can
I pleas* you. A trial win convince. 211
Twenty-seventh street, aext Silsby
building
' ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIRED
AND REMODELED. ALSO AL?
WAYS A FEW PIECES FOR SALE
NEW FURNITURE MADE TO OR
DER. 0..0 FL'RUtTURE REPAIR
CO. '? V HOLSTE RING.
A. W. kOl'NDS
Cabinet Maker and Wooo Carver
I and 23? Thlrty-toarth it rest,
Va
Automobiles! : Automobiles?
Tires aad laser Tube*
repaired st popular prices, bartag aa
t|r to-date steam plaat for vuteaats
j h. greaves.
_ T17 Thirty aft* et root.
-
TRANSFER COMPANIES
OLD rjOVIXTON B kOG \i; I' TtJUM -
far; edacee C A O. SUHoa Phones.)
CR* aad BeU, ?3 IS
Theatre
* home of high class amusement ?
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY?NEW FEATURE PIC?
TURE PROGRAM.
3 Feature Vaudeville Acts 3
HEADLINED BY *
f 1
"Adams and Lewis
IN A LAUGHABLE. SINGING, DANCING. TALKING AND RAPID
CHANGE ACT.
"Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lockwood"
VERY REFINED COMEDY SKETCH.
"Mr. Harry Mason"
THE NOVELTY COMEDIAN.
THERE WILL BE SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE ORCHESTRA.
DOORS OPEN, MATINEE. 3 to 5:30; AT NIGHT, 7 to 11, CON
TINIOUS. ADMISSION, 10c. SPECIAL MATINEE PRICES FOR
LADIES AND CH.L.DREN, 5c.
WANTED.
WANTED?DR. Cl.KANBR is HEAD
man for Tlu- HUB Cleaning an<l
pressing Co. Your pants pockets
and slcevo linings come uome just
as clean and nice as the outside
of your suit. Don't cost but ? dol?
lar a suit. Get tbe Habit Hotb
'phones. 28.
WAXTKD- - FOR YOUR WIFK'S SAKE,
your children sake, your sake, your
kidney*, liver and stomach sake:
don't wait for your physician to
command you. command yourself
and drink Holly Lithia Water, 7.".
cents for I gallons delivered. Phone
The HOB. your order. 28.
WANTED V(H --To KNo THAT
we buy, sell, exchange and repair
furniture and stoves. LAMKiN i:
DOBSON, 28M Jefferson Ave. 1.
WANTED?DO WE? WELL WE
guess. If we clean your clothes the
s|>ot never comes back: we return
e .. rvtbing but the grease and dirt.
The HCB < .eauing Co. 8S.
FOR SALE.
PIANOS FOR SAIJ3 OR KENT,
Tuning and repairing. FEKGUS
SON MUSIC CO. 227 Thirty-first
St. Citz. phone No. 9?. S-19-tf.
tOR SALE?GOOD HOUSE AND
lot on high ground in suburbs New
IHJit News, with line water view.
Cost $ 1,000; for a quick sale we
have reduced prhe t> only $700.
Just $7.r. cash and $8 per month.
No further excuse for wasting
money by renting. Be quick. SO.M
M Lit VILLH TRUST CO., Inc. 28.
FOR SALE?NICE SLATE HOOF
ooimtry h'.mc with about 22 acres
land, only $2,2'to. on time; near
Wee poll News and half mile from
station on C. sc O. SOMMKit
Y1LI.E TRUST CO , Inc. IS.
WANTED ? COUPLE OR TWO
young men to occupy boated front
room; southern exposure. 12:; Thir?
ty-fourth street. L I
FOR SALE?$1.800. STOKE AND
dwelling, laying M per c?nt. grcss.
IjHik at this now. A great bar?
gain. SOMMERV11.LE TRUST CO..
inc. 28.
FOR SALB?2 CHEAP HOMES IN
North End and I very cheap places
in East End. Also good home near
West Ave., at sacr.'fce prices. SUM
MERV1LLB TRUST CO., Inc. 28.
LOST AND FOUND.
WANTED?HAULING OF ALL
kinds, especially furniture. E. C.
SHIELDS, (4SI Chestnut avenue
Hell 'phone 371. :>! Ju:
WANTED?A COOK. WHITE OR
colored. Apply MRS. B. I. PRES
SKY, .Maple avenue and boulevard.
ll-'otl.
WANTED?TO BUT, SELL OR Ex?
change, furniture and stoves. C. W.
LBWIa, ISA) Hiuitington Ave.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANT
ed?commencemost salary $800. Ex?
aminations in Newport News soon.
Preparation free. FRANKLIN IN?
STITUTE, Dept. 406G. Rochester.
N. Y 12-11
FOUND?ONE SOLD CUFF HUT
TON. Apply UM Twenty-third
street. 30.
LOST?THREE OSTRICH FANSIEB
on Washington avenue between
Thirtieth street anJ Prcahontas
hotel between 4 and 5 o'clock Sat?
urday afternocn. Finder return
same to POCAHONTAS HOTEL
and receive resvard. 28.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?NINE-ROOM HOUSE
with bath; al?:* stable. 1137 Hamp?
ton avenue. Possession at once.
W. T CHAPIN * CO.. Silsby
Hdg. 28.
ROOMS FOR RENT?SECOND
floor. 117 Thirty-first street. 4.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS
We can collect them. Guarantee to
collect or no charge MERCHANTS
PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
room 2. Coleman B!dg.
[ACCOUNTING. AUDITING, SYSTEM
atlzlng. and collecting done. Books
kept on monthly contract. FEL
LOWS A HENLEY. P. O. H. 24
Phone 948. Room 2. Darling Bids.
FOR SALE.
I FOR SALE?CABBAGE PLANTS. M
cents per hundred: $1 per thousand
Pigs $2 to $4 each. R. B HARRI
SON. Aft on Farm. Hampton. Vsv
4.
FOR SALE?ONE GOOD. IARGE
roomy, full leather trimmed sec
ond band buggy, in good condition
Price $2.Vm>. MILLER A GLEARON
Huntington Ave. 12-3.
IFOR SALB?TWO MARES. OR
would trad.- for horses; also lot of
furniture. Cheap F. M. CAT LETT
Phoebus. Va 2
I FOR SALE?MOTOR BOAT. 23 FOOT
dory model: double cylinder auto?
mobile engine; hands, im- and able:
inouire LA.! riOMPSON. Soldiers
Home Hospital. 4.
FOR SALE?Fl NE 40 H. P. 1 PA3
senger touring car; felly equipped;
top wind shield, gas lights genera?
tor. Demount rated HAMPTON
GARAGE, Hampton. Va. 2*.
I FOR SALE-7 ROOM HOUSE 'WITH
oity water and sewerage, in North
End. near shipyard. reduced to
lUawj only $20o rasa, balance long
time loan at C per cent, straight
This is an nnuson.' oppnrtunRy and
any tenant w-uld do well to get K.
SOMMKP.VILLE TRUST CO. Inc
2S.
FOR SALB?12 ACRE FARM~~NBAB
etty and on toe road In best truck?
ing section; reduced to %Z.<?*.
Would take etty lota or eqwity in
city house f.r $Son as part paty
meat. Dwelling, orchard and vnlu
able timber on It worth probably
half A snap Meat sell now. POM I
MERYiIJ.T TRUST CO.. Inc. SI
AGENTS WANTED.
AGENTS?I POINT THE WAY TO
success to any agent who will fol?
low my course. I have shown
th. usands bow to make money. I
can show YO'\ My goods and busi?
ness methods have lifted mortgages,
built homes and scattered pros?
perity everywhere. Write today
for the "SAY.VAN PIAN" and
FREE SAMPLES. .Vl7 SAYMAN
PLDG . St. Louis. Mo. 2S.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
WANTED -YOUNG M BN WHO CAN
furnish references, to become trav?
eling salesmen: ex|?erience un?
necessary: "WRITE TODAY FOR
FILL PARTICULARS. BRA I ?
STRK.ET SYSTEM, Dept. 887.
Rochester, N .Y. 28.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.
tbe District Court of the United
States for the Eastern, District of
Virginia.
In tbe matter CHARIJiS C. MOSS,
bankrupt. No. ->. In bankrupt?
cy. Order of notice for disebaree.
OH this 24th day of November. A.
D. 1??9. on reading the petitl n for
discharge of the bankrupt. 4 is
Ordered by the court, that a hearing
be had upon the same on the ?th day
Wt December. A. D I*ot?. be'ore said
court, at Norfolk, in sa<d district, at
12 o'clock noon; and that notice
hereof bo published in the Dally
Press, a newspaper printed in said
dlstr.ot. and that ait known creditors
nd rih*r persons m interest may ap
pear at the seid time and place, and
how cause. If any they have, why
the prayer of the an Id petitioner
?honid not be granted
And it is further crdered by the]
court, that the clerk snail send by |
mall to all known
of said petition and tl
dresnrd to th?ii j
ad
?0
?'l!r,r-? the Kocorab e EDMUND I
WADDIIU Jr.. Judge of the ?
conrt. and the sen! there f at N
tola, in said district, on the 2?th day|
uf Novrmlier. A D 19P9
Arte?:
JOSEPH P RR ADV
Clerk
D ARTHUR KEUnKY.
Drpu.y Clerk
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.
lu the District Court of th? United
State? for the Eastern District of
Virginia.
In tbe matter of CHARLES U SIB
LEY. l>unkni|it. No. Ml. in brnk
ruptcy. Order of notice for dis?
charge.
On this 21th day of November, A.
D. tfaa, os reading the petitn ? Im
UischaiKe of tbe bankrupt, it is
Ordered by the court, thai it hearing
be had upon the same on the Oth day*
of De< etnlier, A. I). I94a\ before said
court, at Norfolk. In aald district, at
12 o'clock noon; and that notice
thereof be published in The Daily
Press, a newspaper printed in said
district, and that all known creditor*
and other persons in intere>t may BB>
l*?ar at the said time and plat t\ Bad
show cuute, if any they huve. why
the prayer of the said petition*-!'
should not be granted
And it is further ordered by the
court, that the clerk shall send by
mall to all known creditors oapeea
of said |K-tltioii and this order, ad
dressed to them at their plat M Ol
residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable KI>M1'\'p
WADDil.L, Jr., Judge of the mmU
court, and the seal there, f, at Nor
folk, In said district, on the l'Ith day
of November. A. i). 1949.
Attest:
JOSEPH P RH AI >V.
Clerk
By
l> ARTIIUt KELSEY.
Deputy Clerk.
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SAJ>: OP TWO VAL?
UABLE PARCELS ok KE.vl ES
T?TE, SITUATE IN THE CITY op
NEW POUT NEWS VA.
PursunnY to the terms of an order
entered on the 4th day of November,
i W09, by th*.? District Court or thu
l'nited States for the Eastern Bis
trict of Virginia, In the matter of
! Richard Wynne Newman, bankrupt,
;in bankruptcy, and unde,r and by vlr
j tue of the terms of a deed of trust,
bearing date the lith day of Septem?
ber, 1905, executed by said Richard
! Wynne Newman and wife to the un
[ fierslgned, Security Trust & Savings
Hank of Newport News, Virginia,
j trustee, recorded in the clerk's office
of the Corporation Court of the City
:of Newport News, Virginia, in deed
book 20, at page CM, the undersign?
ed Security Trust & Savings Bank of
... wport News, Virginia, trustee in
said deed of trust, and S. O. Bland,
trustee in bankruptcy of the estate
of Richard Wynne Newman, bank?
rupt, will op
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1909, AT
| TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON, AT
! THE COURT HOUSE DOOR OF
THE CORPORATION COURT OF
I THE CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS,
j VIRGINIA,
(proceed to sell at Public Auction. for
j CASK, to the highest biddor the fol
I low nig property, io-wit:
ALL those certain lots, pieces or
its of land, situate in the City of
Newport News, Virginia, known aud
(designated by the latl numbers three
I tNo. ,1), ffa block number four hun
jdred and thirty-seven (4:!7); and nine?
teen [19) and twenty 12S), in block
[numbered four hundred and ninety
lone (491) on a certan, map entitled
j".\!ap of part of the City of New
!i>ort News, Virginia," which said map
j is duly reco?"dc-d in the clerk's office
of the Corporation Court of the City
iof Newport News, Virginia, in plat
j book 1, page 3, to which reference is
here made, together with the tene?
ments and appurtenances aud heredi?
taments thereunto belonging, or in any?
wise appertaining.
I/Ots No. 19 and No. 2". in block No.
991, on whioh is erected .?? handsome
residence, will be so:d together. Lot
numbered 3, in block 4SI w..? be sold
separately.
! A deposit of at least $100 in cash
I for each lot purchased will be reqmr
i < d of the successful bidder, which de
' posit shall be applied on the pur
I chase price fa the sale to him is con?
firmed, or shall be returned if the sale
I to him is not confirmed.
, All sales are to be' reported to the
court for confirmation or rejection.
SECURITY TRUST & SAVINGS
BANK. OF NEWPORT NEWS.
VIRGINIA. TRI'STEE.
3. O. BLAND. Trustee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE!
Newport News. Va, Nov 12th 19*^9.
The annual meeting of the stock?
holders of the Newport News Ugbt
tt Water Company, for the election of
a president and 6ve directors, and
for the transaction of such other busi?
ness as may properly come before
the meeting, will be hel.1 at the of
Ve of the company. Hotel Warwick
Building. Newport News, Va.. on Wed?
nesday, December Ist 1909, at IS
o'clock noon
GEO E MILES.
Secretary.
To
Cock with 6as
and Heat with
Cas and Light
with Gas
Is Truly
Happiness
Newport News
Gas COc
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