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HAMPTON, PHOEBUS AND OLD POINT-Continued.
More Houses to be Wired Free! The FINAL and Last Call The Newport News & Old Point Railway & Electric Co. Is now ready to receive a limited number of application*/* for wiring additional house*/* in Hampton and Phoebus. This offer, of course, applies only to persons not already using electricity, and on streets through which the present electric lines now pass. Send in Your Application at Once! As only a limited number of applications can be accepted?not over 200?you should forward your request to the company immediately, in order that you may be sure of having your home equipped with the most Convenient and Economical lighting system to be had, absolutely free of any cost. The work will be our usual high grade open work, not more than five lights to the house. Fill out the Coupon?that's all?we'll do the rest. Hampton, Va. Gentlemen:?Please Blve full information about your "free wiring" for the next thirty days. Remember that not more than 200 applications will be accepted within 30 days. Act quickly! . NEWPORT NEWS & OLD POINT RY. & ELECTRIC CO. V-W. W. S. BUTLER, General Manager COMMITTEE T? CONFER WITH NEWPORT NEWS Physical Director King's Interview tc Be Considered by Y. M. C. A. Director* At the request of the bi erd di rretcrs of th' Newport News Young Men's Christian Aaseeaatteet the ?>oa.rd of Jim-tors ?>f the Hampton Y. M. C. A. yesterday arV-rnoou named a i i BSBBfttee to meet with a conumt tee frrm the shipbuilding city's as? sociation to take up the matter of the interview rf physical Director E. C? King. M'It. I M-i.son, .Tohn '*.<?> 'touth and C. E. CktiM were apoint ?-d the committee from Hampton. *h i?e Judge T. J Harham, and Messrs. [.< .Phillips aid W. & CoJoona constitute tbo crmmittet' from th< .Vcwjiort N -w-s as.iH i iztios. Tlie two committees will meet to disease the interview In the-nest sev ? rnl days. HAD FINE BUSINESS YEAH. M. O. Lackey Voted Increase of Salary by D-rectoee of Phillipe-Lackey Co. Stcrkholder* of the Phillips-l?C'rfe) ? "oippany met ir ansasl eeesk>!i last night and elected tb- f. Iiowirr dtr*r ?or*: M. O l-arkey. A F. PhlHIpe. T. I. Srlatcr. K. M T?aais aad J. It MriD rgham. The directors met and ?wVcted M O I act?y. president. trea?tit?r an I Still Growing ? M???rx. Newell A Co, lac. <i?ntl?mea: W? tad your deposits this bank hare Increased dating **v worf tNds*n Jdyvtstn THoytsMwwl? ^?v* en Hundred Dollars fV-TOO) over ymtr deposits f t I tag, which we think is a tery Are increase Tears Truly. A. C REES Cssasw Baak at Paoebae. ere ^tsttt ytytr f*emftsre P::sis??e for tau?. FaoiKsv ?od HoaecreTwHh ir.g* fittr? mat Rasjgeg, Cloth let V-..- cr?d t ?^>d Newell &Co.aInc 21? west Queew at.._ Pbeee 1 tg. Me*no*ef?, Va manager: J. Ii. Brill.n^bam taan | president; Thomas i,. Selater s?ere tary. I The r.'i?ort of Mir. \J*kmg ?JjoweJ tbat the tOQCatW haJ a most florish ' ing year in lSo.i and the directors de [flared a dividend cf six per cent to the stockholders. Mr. Latfcfy ?a vctad a very handsome increase cf calary for his exceptionally good work during thf pan yeir. I It was said that the business in tfgf, far exc? eded any previous year. Th : directors took up and c< n=id?gas] a proposition to increase the capita' etock DEAF NEGRO ARRESTED. '?ftum-ny" Thornton Charged W th Taking Sum from P. B. Sherman. , 'Cngnny ' Tliormcn. a deaf and dam negro toy. was arrested last n-'gpt by OhV'T K. I:. Ho;)t upon the j (l.i.r ? of robin? th-; sar?- nlMr. H. B. Sbtrman. a meat dealer in West I Qnc n streit. It is chared that the J.O) sn'-aked in'o the back part ot lile store anrt r llevej !!??? till 01 the i'JO of 111. while Sherman was wan? ing pc customer.-.. Leaving th<* meat ?tore "Gammy," !' is y.ifd. went to th?? fnii' ?aad o: Johc Andras. a few Jjrds further n; th*- Street, and pVoo e,j,.,i to a i: I himself to the brst fruit. In this. Ith?- polio?- ?ay. "Gjaamy" was njagM d I by fcrrst Tollvrr. another n?-gro. and j Tol.ver. ^as also arrested t.> Ufte r Hove. The two l.oys will be 'ried in I police court '.bis morning. ON FOUR COMMITTEES. ; Marry Houston, Hampton's Represen j tative. P??eed on Important Bodies. I atr Harry r Houston. tbo rrpre laentaiiv In th<- W>w??r branch if ih? letri'lature from FSizabotb City cour. i ty, was pat on t a* ? owiwit t e?>? on fl ? naav-o. militia and potic<-, curn?n< < jBM c. mnserre. and < ht-ajwnk- vi lirlbutartes Tbo selsvtlun of tb Hampton man on four of the nv* Important r?.mmitt>es la evidence ot his art! vlt* am and tne bona? w. c Ja?stnasfi 111. I Nr. W. O Joanson. tiler of Rt Tarn jaaaay Lodge. Xn. S. A. F. a> A M . at.' Jen* .?' tax- oldest ortjjw-n* of ill as rJty I la quKe sick at his hones ha Pee fv< I Ma .a the fatfter of Messrs "Rap J^s.,1, su-I w-.?<* .1- hn?ot, LEAVES GAS TURNED ON: NARRO/VLY ESCAPES DEATH Richmond Man Attempts Suicide and Almost Lifeless Body is Found on His Bed. RICHMOND. VA.. Jan. 12.?What may or may not have b- en a ca?so of attempted suicide waR Uougbt to lifrht this tnornir.p about 10 o'clock, when the door of the room occnped t>> CBasrleg Lipticomb. a white man. ,.lH;jt forty fem old. at 112-A North Nineteenth >tri-e!, was forced, and a* whs found str NS*ee\ apparently lifeless. aeror# the bed. with the room tilled with escaping gas from an open jet. His failure to put in an apprarance .:t t'ie usval hour thi? morning ei ci'cd the ap;r-, h< ns'on of c.Uiers n the hottse. who. upon making an in? vestigation, detected the ordor Ol 11 'iniinatinp .-ras. A fuither search of the premti's tracfd the c<rcapine tl'iid to a hall room occupied by Mr. Mpscomb. The door was locked on 'he ln-?ldc, several attempts to force a hey from he c i:s .ii ptovirK in? 6*oct?;al, owing to the fact that 'he k?\ remained 'n ii l.-ck (mm the inside. Failing to sronse the inmate, and. :iecomln< alarmed, oth? r occopant.; of hr> house forced th> door. l.rcak:ng he !och in doing so. l.i.iscc.mt',. rescuers w re met wrn ?ti oi?piiwrin? of gss as soon as 'h<y >at red th>- room, the name tln.e Iscover.na hla prostrate, and sppar mtty lifeli w. body living across the *)ed. Their efforts at reensritstlon pror :ng futile, -he ambulance was snm xoni A and re?pond??d in charge of Or. J. L. I>avls. who. after pertia'ly -vivinc him. toos* him to th? < Hoepifil. where be la nnderaoing *reetm'nt. and it <>i said this after r.oon be has a fair chaccc of recovery cut off mown aocoibac. Bill to Believe County From Eastern Snore tn Be Presented *? Senate. It is nsaferwtond that Senator Sax ?aa Bason W. HolL of Newport New*. -v <>e>- a t.iii in the senate <t Virginia ?eperattne EStaN-h Cltv -ountr front Accoaaac easaty and gtv BJJ to ?hl? crmaty a re pre set,tame a the i-giwlatare wit bowl being a 'owi.-r legate from the Eastern -N.' of \Trglnia Tbl? w asset H SOT of great Interest to this si SB as I and it is bettered the hi'l will he made into law. DISEASE AND WAVE ROB SHIP OF CREW British Steamer Goodwin Lands at Savannah With Seventeen Men Short. (By aaaocfettsd Pres?.) SAVANNAH, GA-. Jan. 12.?Lack? ing 17 members of the crew with which she len. Cateta Bu<na. Chile, for Savannah. th?- British steamship Goodwin t< in pad and it became known today thai beii ber a end a giant wave in a (;.-rtn had bereft Cap ; lain W. A. Peters of that many of hi= men. The (ioidwin sa<:-^d for this port on Mivember 1H. B? ri bert broke out immediately B? f. r< she left port two of her crew w.-re dead. At Iquioue two others di?*d. and at Taltal two others After thai tiir?>e sailors died at ?=ea i f tbt terrible, .??rurire and were buried at >? a according to the rites of t*o Mahometan religion of which the> . ? w tees. At Monti video S of the l^^- ars, In the crew w?-r* ill and were l^ft for trratmer.t. ; It is not known U ar.y of tbesn ar ; alive. .tust bof < r?? tie -h;p enterst) th> Straits iff :?Iaar-'la: November 24 a slant wave came ? ter th*- rail and took asay Uh tttlft caraenaer. SUSPENDED FROM EXCHANGE. Charged With 9*-' - pat ~g in the Rock Island Fiasco rffy Aswii'^ n?as.> NTTVf YORK. Jan 12?Mam H Chapin. head of Ian V*w York and tliiriaa *rm of 8. It fhapin and Com ;aay. was suep?-nd--d from the privi? leges of the Nfi York Block Ki :hir.c<- today for ? period of ststy (;av? for par' W-Ipe' nc la th? Rock i-ls-d fisson of t> reaabei V last, which alleej'd .11 - n.*e?d Btantpola rasaj art the cmewioa) aanaraa ef flat Rork L'v ?< l orn;., r from 3*1 '0 oi and Nark aaala Hi a period of 12 ?!? ales. F. T> Canaaeeas. one at Mr. Ctaptu * parlncra. aad |V- "?ry other heard moan:?r of ts? flna. was aeas ana r*-t>d*d for thirty dsra. CITY MARKE. CO. HOME MADE SAUSAGE The way to prove the pud? ding Is to chew the bag. Judging from the way the pub? lic is consuming our h?nte made Sausag? meat it must b? a most excellent article. Horns Cooked Pigs Fest Wc C-og our oon pigs feet, therefore ha-.e ih< m gw>d and fresh. Why not try an order. Smoked Bloatu?: .. 30c deren. N ce Wmtc Mackerel 5c each. THE CITY MARKET GO. Fhone 1?. ? E- Queer st Pool am. Lunch Counter I Business at Public Auction! (We will ?eil for party retiring from l ost???? at IT? W Qu r n street. Hampton. Vs.. ftaturday. Jsa. IS. M |*-3S s. m . I poH taMes. beitt .rase ai>d racks: 1 large besting st^re. . 1 rash register. I boct black stand, I 4 big* Moots, I show ca?e aad eount eg. I Ice hos. leach counter snd owtaX caatalalag dtskea. gas ?tew*, pease aad etc. i lot of mat ting, be*) aad barean Lies*** good nsttl stay Ftor farther mtorautrJoa eaa 115 W.Queen St. Maewytee Ve. C M tssMiTt. Awctissaar. For Sale or For Rent That desirable farm of 80 acres, well located on Back River. A special price for a quick sale. FOR SALE TRUCK FARM Of 25 acres, well located near town; 5 room dwelling;. Price $1,800. I Good terms. Z SEE M. O. LACKEY, M*n*a*r, THE PHILLIPS-UCKEY COMPANY, INC. REAL ESTATE, RENTS, LOANS. INSURANCE, BONDS, NOTARY PUBLIC, AUCTIONEER. ? East Quean ft, Haopton, Vs. FOR SALE lag on 3 lots. 6-room 2 acres La Salsa avenue .tl.l.S FOR RENT , Ms (one corner lot) Mete St. 4roo!n ^ r^. Ph-vbas .El MO .__ mm 40-feet front. Bast Ramp ,n* " '>*'*. ".' toB.Kg. xm f&OU. 6-room koose. Lordley a Cross $1 0" per week, ing .$1? \rr* lots at Buckmr oat car 6 room bouse near Cheaapeake Ava* line.$27?t? |4.V> Paoebua.|1? Easy tenas , Store for rent, Mellen street, bast s* aa Academy St. Hamptos. fac- anas center. Phoebus. RANSONE BROTHERS, *"> ?91 PHona ?VI. 7X North King St, Hanaatea, Va, To Build Monuments Harts a added this impoeaaajt work to oar asrff? uoairattlag braM Bsaa, ws Invite those deatnaft aaor, itnenU and other tombstone work to grew aa a ckence to sagfcr --? matee We can aave yon leaag Bg *:cr.~ c\' all k:-.ds R. H. Richardson & Son, Props. GENERAL CONTRACTOR AMD BUILDERS- Are Parwknh knaagav frcm tint Chesapeake ntttfa.