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2905-7 Washington Ave Only a few more days & CHRISTMAS Will be here! Don't Delay Your Purchases! An early selection benefits you. You'll get the best values and the Lowest Prices Here! Fancy Cases A most beautiful line, com? prising Toilet Cases. Manicure <? is Shaving Sets Military trusties. Collar and Cuff Hoxes. jewel ii aaa, etc prices are i \iieme!y low, i|iiaoty at MM ered. Shopping Bags <w Mm of Xmas lings, in nil shapes and sizes, 4Xc .$4.98 Handkerchiefs For Xmas gifts Our Hand kerchief Department is p-irtieu lai ly attractive. Kvery desira? ble kind of Handkerchief for I aJHtt. Men and Children is in? cluded in this assortinei;'. Pri< si range from .">c to? ach .48c Dolls A mj ttava of D tX.I ? r undressed. from lc $3.73 L Baby Blankets Tib Blankets Special .eddy f'.rar Hlnnkets . 9Sc 98c Doll Go-Carts and Carriages A big line from 4Xc and up. Men's Suspenders Just received a big line of Hoys' and Men's Suspenders, all nicely lioxed. Special Md und .48c 50c Dress Goods 39c What would he more ap? preciated hy a Ir.dy than a pret? ty liiess i;oods pattern for a Xnnc- gift. Some Xmas Suggestions Cloves. Kihbons. Wiling. I'm benUaa, Handkerchiefs. Kuch itigs, Kancy Collars. Scarfs, ancl futj-y articles. Tempting bar gams offered in fach and all FOR SALE! Corr.er and inside lot Jefferson Ave. double frame house. PrUe. fftJOfc Two inside lots and double frame house on Jefferson Ave. Price $;.!>??? Cheapest lots o r: the avenue. Fight sii room bouses, renting for $10 each. Price $900 each ll'Vi cash, balance same as rent. 73 kits between Newport News and Hampton. $2o per lot. If V t*kcn in a lump. Good chance for speculation. uj My specialty for nine years h-< been managing eelcred tene ? m?nt properties I get Ute desired results Add res? B ? i j E. C. Brown, Inc. IJ] REAL ESTATE. 2411 JEFFERSON AVENUE I Bell Phone, 397. Newport News, V?. IT IS MO U?E_ YOU CAN'T DO IT WHAT! ?ante as food rftlTT r\KK P>TJ THE S\MK MoNBT as y m ens bay at the Hearth Kocd Pater) We guarantee it acatnst anything ta the FBI TT CAKK Ime HEALTH FOOD BAKERY ft CONFECTIONERY CO. 3f01 Waiihli.jfton Avenue. 11 ? ??? For the Theattegoers AT THE ACADEMY THIS WEEK. Tuesday? Hr.udon, th? 'mystic'' Friday night?Belasco's "The Girl Of the Gelder. West.*' Saturday. matinee and night? Bonita. in "Wiae, Woman and Song." _LL_ ' '' ' ? ' Houdon. the "Mystic." 'Wie Iii-I alli .11 Mini .it the Aende might ee made ub tin- stage in tsu* i ity < ould I'?' celeuleAed in arowee more interest teas this visit of the Rehseeo eteetflli which has been prseteated t entbualaatle audieuoer at the Belasco theater, Meat York, for I wo year.-. N'olhiUK that Mr I'.eia.sco ha* don** has more elearl) shewn hi-- i??ht to < niii eni'e as a playwright ami pro duc? r than this suine t?rl of. the tu! Behl for cultivating hi Uh* Ikalaa hi genius Taking the in st inipres sive of Ihe elass s|x clloon-. he wove them into a aeries 01 Munitions and drew around them a ngurnne of la inputs that resulted in a plav upon winch the descriptive "great'' has bei a -hov. :. j by the critics. In llie Girl" Mr. Bela.-.o has created i haiucti r the like of which has itev? In ft re nein seen it has ligh's and shailov- - I pathos and humor ooin hiued with emotional elements that would make it iui|n ssible of |Hirtrity gj b> any eseepj an eceewee of ex traordinary ability .The product u n^ that Mr. H>*lai Una gl iron "The Gfrl ? t the i loh Insert len West" is said to be in every detail in keeping with the play. The Sierra Nevada mcuntaias lavmiel-winter of I iei- kgore than baaai opportunities to I the prod em with mind laiye enough ' I.- grasp them ami skill enough to put tie vi i ii the stage. The management < f the Acade n.v announces that litis Is a per .'totally guaranteed" nttrat linn, and that money paid for seats will be cheerfully refunded if it is aot as represented. The advance sale opens Cl the box office Wednesday morn DAVIO BEL. Author and producer of "The Christmas Day Attraction. On Christmas Day, matinee and jeveiiing, the Academy will offer llonit.t Jin the musical comedy, ' Wine, Woni I an and S ngV' Miss Bonita iR wide i ly known as a stage beauty and singer, but this will lie her first visit I to Neerj ort News. It is said that Isho brings with her the entire com? pany with which she appeared in ' Wine. Woman and Song," at the I.roadway Circle theater. New York, I for more than a year, j Describing the piece as "a musical I review," the advance man has this to j say of bja production: ' The entertainment offered is a glorious one. embracing as it does a i ever number of rollicking comedians and pretty girls that has ever been seen on the local stage, 'the cast iR positively guaranteed the original N' m York one and numbers BOase fifty i an art lata, "A treat is in store for the young? sters, while the ladies will admire the beautiful g< wr.s worn by Bonita?all l'.:ii-' in mad'?whi'e the men audi? tors wiii witness features known to have immensely pleased them else Where. "Wine, W( man and Song" is i a musical farcical presentation, |tos se?sing all the popular requirements | i i i least fun. song hits and the same features as seen during its long New York run." of the Qolden West. my cf Music this wtek u.ll Hossaaa, the "naystic," who wU| hen- for a night Wit!i the spirit- "' types Tana day ? reajgsjr, a few days agoj eowe Houdon appi-ared in V\'ashington. and ihe Washiiigt' ii Star had the fbilow-. mg. Ul a-O about bis performance: ( ? "The Naii nal thealer was vvejy Blled last night by an audience BjB sesaheai to see ;tnd investigate the --trang-- cceult and psychic pheemaaena [.resented by |(, ;.,]? i, the 'man of mystery.' Houdon le-ld the attentinu i?l the audience for more than two hours with It's niy-i ri as maillfl lla lions, covering the various BhatM - pf ?ci ultism. sptrftkmi a::d latrpathy In bis telepathic work lie d'1 i nn j ililnts regarded really as mar-, ?? e .-. ? uch as sssBcrtbiag taeee thought of} :nd afterwards po.n'iag out the per- J ?ons in the audience He al-j ap? parently r?ad the mi'id wtthca; coea- | r.g In cmact with his BVajfeet. His able lifting and Bptrtt rapping! were I (.needed ha he cieverly djems, what- I >er the explanation mav be other j ?henomena f a like natan- wie pre? lented "The closing feature of the seance ?as th< reading and answering of un -?11 Bjeestinns wiitten by per? ns in :he atidleiu-e Many ?pieries were t ?rop?mrtlcd and the answers wer*" nanifesily .-,.t i-fa.tory to the writ- I he1 Qdden Wc-.t." The days of '49 ?n he I the iMciftr Coast, with th.- motley whbh added so much to the enMaaoniag this phase of I'mted States history, offered a fruit Next W?ek. Ann n?r the attractions hooked for next week are AI. II. Wilson, in j Metz in Ireland." and "A Stubborn 1 I hMaralta." with Harry Stone, crace j Kdmond and several other well known mm ieal eoaaedy pe pie 1 The sea* ^ale for this attraction Is :ow cpen. ? The Girl of the Golden West." ' The Girl of the G< lden Vest, l four a< t drama of California in 1 he days of '?'?. written, staged and ireiented by itand lu-lasc 'a own ompany. i orees u> the Academy <f Music on Christmas Fve. Friday veiling Hardly any offering mat MISS MYRTLE TANNEhILL Who plays the name part in "The Gir! of the Golden West." Where the Toys Ars Made. In Germany whole villages are de? voted to the production of (Tiristmas toys, aad their busiest time is juat about midsummer. By the end of Au? gust the receiving depots are crammed with Christmas clowns and Christmas n-pehsnlcal puppet*. Christmas drums and ?ooden horses?children's Christ? mas presents. In fsct. of all sorts aad kinds. And the travelers start out enat. we?t. north and south with their Chrtstma* ?araple* about the time the corn la read* for the *t-kle* of the reapers. In Holland, too. where more than one town la devoted, more or less, to the making of Christmas doll*, the same rule holds good During May. June. July and August every man. ?oman snd child IB thw-e place* aeem la some way to f? occarpled with the naaafwrtur* of miatarure babies. F.ven at school during these partl? ular mBW111 the sewing lesaons sre taken silk dolls 'totbes for models. Headache "My father he* been s saaTi n r froeBsirk he?it*ebe tb* laat Isrewtv fc^yeawsi * ans fawnd say relief uaril h* hr| MOOOON, "MyStrS." M>rm^tndo I wtB f^vajrow the r^r^rr RvjTa'. Km B*et?s?le?^ss^B'cv t^ne m.M*. at; n*~t_*p*jhsswat^ t^ *?*?- , f4 osswer^reaTass^ Mi 1^ CALL AT SIBLEY'S 2710 Wash. Ave. ?For Your Christmas? Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, etc. Cigars from 25c to $4 50 per Box Smoking Tobacco from 5c bags to $1.00 Jars All the leading brands in steck. Magazines and paj>ers always on Laud. Also fii-.-t class Billiards and PojI at reasonable prices by H. S1DNEV SMITH *_S & Private Loans& ' We are making PRIVATE LOANS to everybody of $.?.00 and up? wards on their PLAIN NOTE, quicker and cheaper than any other I company in Newport News. You get the money on short notice and all our tranaacUona are strictly CONFIDENTIAL. Our plan makes CHRISTMAS SHOPPING easy. You can repay us the loan in small weekly or in- nthiy installments to suit your own convenience. IF YOU OWE ANOTHER COMPANY are will pay them off and advance you more money at a cheaper rate, call, write or phone ? and we w.il gladlv explain our terms, etc. SOUTHERN LOAN CO. ? Cor, 29th and Washington Ave. Kntrance 207 29th St. I Bell Phone 188. A Newport News, Va. j STIEFF PIANOS DON'T FAIL TO ORDER A STIEFF PIANO FOR CHRISTMAS FROM J. L. BRIDGES, REPRESENTATIVE. Bell Phone 467; P.O.Box 196 NEWPORT NEWS. VA. Hereafter I will patronize home industry. Smoke PRINCE JOE Clears, 5c. Quick Long Distance Service Hampton, Norfolk and Portsmouth When the \cxa\ opt-rator answer? aek her for the number yon want in Hampton, Norfolk or Pcrts in Mith by .-.tying "Hampton one-lwo-thrr-e," "Nor? folk four-five-six." or whatever number yon want, and hold the telephone to your ear until you get a reply. Charge will begin as soon as the tele pftto ,e called for is answered. If you wish to talk to a particular person, to have the charge reversed, or to make an appointment to talk at some later time,call LON<. DISTANC K. Rate to Hampton 10 cents, to Norfolk and Ports mouth 25 oentfl for three minute?, timing to begin a? *o~>n as the telephone called for is answered. Overtime ! I\?nts j>er minutei The rate to 17 a nip ton applies ?>uly when *. pay ntati'Hi m u;**l. (alls from snhsvribere' Hr phones arc the Mm ' n heretofore. Try this new fem ?. Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company of Virginia.