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WOMAN ASS?LTEDf SORE HANDS
ON PRINCIPAL STREET Itching, Burning, Bleed? ing, Cured by Cuticura. Roak th* hands, on retiring, in it h"f, thick lather of Cuti. am Soap. l"v Charlotte People are Greatly i Incensed Over Daring Rod- , y / ?o^o?. ? ? ? a i L. X tnent I 11 n d a g ? hcries nv Negroes. i xsL li*u,i?ta , M - W A ><E> or wear old gloves. X I \ Thm treatment ia (By Associated Prw.l ?>/ /j ./ \ priceless for aoften ci.A.ti.un,.: x c Mm* t I- ?MllA I road .lax light and on tW tliBCtpal *t/? and ehapiied hands. . ,, . I ' and for drv. ilehing streets, neKiueH tod .y held m> .11 .1 ?>- , palm?.andliieqiia!lvefr^ i.v.'forM.tef.-et. saultcd a white ?vornan und ol.lld uti 1 j Cutieura Hoo,., to < le?,ise the .kin mmm Cutieura Ointment, to heal the skin, and r?tii d them of their |> cketboods.con- Caatoara Pill*, to oooJ ami eiaaaaa the , . , , I,.,' i blood, hav? liecom? the favorite* for tainlug sums of ?.| Ph.se Intel ^ lrB.tm<.n( ,lf ?? t?rUirlllK. disflgur robberlos c?me as a climax to a long | Ing humor*, di*ca*e*. and affoifions of scries* o. e.mcs. night.? hold-,? ... I ?mu. ^ ^ which women hare been invariably __________________________ the victim* and set ? ,| to th. roughly i--o.se -t./ens and anthoritiea l'? tho station, hot no violence was On the boulevard In Diiworth, tat* attest.I, UaMhfh the 1"<. '"?' morning, an aged womea was gaorfced 1 tht roaghly haw used. down ami several) hurt, th- negro ea- j -?? ? capi.ig with the woman's uocketbook. The Easiest Way. In the aftirnoon on the main street , Z .... , , , ? ,. 1 II is very much easier for a bad of Baa i tt;. a child \?:ts kn eked down ? _?_____,'. ?,,d roMwd of a pars?. The polire ?"?" ?' \,' , chased oil, eiiminajs with hlood Ro.hI one io lrc?uie famous.-Atlanta hounds ard automobil- - and made J Journal. two arrests - ?? ?? ? ? (treat mobs folk wed eseh prlaoger Cook WIC: Has. ACADEMY of MUSIC m\m\\ POPULAR PRICE VAUDCVILLl WEEK COMMERCING MONDAY, MftRCH 7 awnaaea THE BEST BILL OF THE SEASON *mm?m HEADLINE BY The DORIC TRIO secc.Mcn.iy "THOSE SINGING BOYS" a..., v..,um.. - AH LINGFOO- GEER & GEER Marvelous Magician Novelty ficroba s a gm Largest Motion Pictures 1 0k I ? 1^ BfOBTl A Ql'ABTBB 1 B 11** I III* Ladies & Children at Mat. 5c I Ub BELL THEATER m HOME OF HIGH CLASS AMUSEMENT 0 3AH Star Vaudeville Acts q ALL NEW FEATURE PICTURES. W Dunbar "The Man of Mystery." No Two Shows Alike. 'BridgeS' Comedy Singing and Danc? ing Act. FEATURE ATTRACTION Little Gertruds Griftith & Co. In Their Fascinating Little Playlet, "BOBBY'S PAL." This WHl Be Of tbe Class to Please Everybody. New pictures. Ad.-msion. 10c. Matinee. Ladies and Children, 5c. Good Music. big feature bill [ New Dreamland Johnstons & The Fioradora Girls ? I Singing TrU-.Class ajj Qualrfy ? Carl Laster t . Vernon k Fanchetti Icrobafic Contortionist Comedy Sister Team : 1 PICTURES CHARGED DULY ADMISSION 111- Laote? and Children at C_ PRICE t Ub Matmee Beaiity In Laiitps lust Received a New Line of Them Now ig the tim* t?> makf jonr Self lion. They Arc A COMFORT ? r. an" nur}*. A JOY In ImIj at MAUTIEt lee <\*r- ration. Ani at i w?n ~ru a?T<ri f<? own r>r*t>. TH j. palmer*s sons, ?.:?r:?: E LEADING JEWELERS. ESTABLISHED itos Vaudeville and Pictures What premises to be one of the Ii? si show* </f the searon hau been ar rangcd for the A<-a<l> uiy for the com HiK wi"'k. Kaeh week the Academy hu? a sjicelal headline offering in the bill, hm Iron) all advance report* The Doiie Tfkt, which will be here.for the ilitlre week, I? expected to |iT0VO just ? little I it better than any act .et pieseiiied at the Academy. Tin- Trio carries ?p?cial scenery, .n e swid ti> be class) dressers and a* tor their Hinging, the M>:;UllK]K>l't, 11 ml i Journal says: "The Doric Trio Is the le,l hit of the bill in their symr, houy Hinging act and tin i: rendition of popular, a? well as olassieal music, stumim their mas? ter vocaliitt.'' Bert hi eos'unio changos are a fea? ture of the art, which includes h west. M niimlii r in full cnwlioy dress Ah Mug Koo, Chinese ' magician, is said to present his act with a smoothness and cleverness that will prove very mystifying. (Ic r and floor, a man and woman, ha\.- an rorobatle act that Is declared in have lieu a sensation whtTover they have appeared. C'aiefull', seleeteil motion pictures shown on the big Acadctu) screen will form a pleasing part of the pro rain. The Bell's New Bill. Little Otttrtsie tlrlfflth and Com? pany in i idaylot .'Hobby'? Pal." tsdtl le the headliuer of the vauil'ville bi'i at the Bail theater this week. Malin? ger lt. II characterizes his bill as the ' DrU'atisat.**aas)be pnmilses his pat? rons a tlrst class show in every re so eel. The feature act Is said to be an except.otially good one Mi has re? ceived good notices in every city that it has played this season. The act is asamrabed as one thai ap'.oals to both the young and the old. Imnbir, "the man of mystery," will be the si (ond number on the bill. This act has pti ivod flatti ring noti.cs Irom newspapers in Virginia. West Virginia. North Cat nlina. South OaftV lina and Totinossie The mm held (West Vu.i Daily Telegraph says that Dunhar's act was ?excellent and BflSM or the feats pat forno d wire almo.-c beyoasl ? elief and mystified all who witnessed them. The uiajric Dunbar, ihe man of m>-st<iy. is worth much ?ON than the price if admission." The third and closing net will be the liridges in a comedy singing and dancing turn. They are said to be tin. >incers aiid clever dancers and the advance nian represents this act as one of the best of Its kind that has erer beset boohed for the Pell Feature pictures und gcod music will nia'te up what promises to be a good show at this popular play house Wednesday nisht the amateurs will hold the boards at the Hell with the ioculars and some inteiesting at 6*1 is Icolted, for. A good nguilar ama? teur bill 's booked for Thirrsday night. Packed IkSSmea witnessed the per? formances at the Hel' ytsterday af? ternoon and last night. Big Bill at Dreamland. Heading a hill at Dreamland >hat is described hj the manag' mein a? 'extraordinary'' will ha Johnston- and the Florsdora Girls, a sinstng trio sBtf to be in the olssa of the best. The teas w ill bo t lTcamland all ot :hls week. In ginning with the matt nee tomorrow afternoon, and is pocted t ? prove a greet drawing earn. Second on the hill for the fats, fhre? days of ihe week will 'e Carl Mister, a contortionist who i.n with Ring ling's circ is until he took to the v? levillo stage. He is said to have an act tiiat Is first class" "Th^re a?so will be Vom ah and Fanchefti. a cowi ed> slater team, aeeet attag * Detcli sketch. An usual, the vanddvHle b II mill l?e changed Thursday, and Dew pic? tures will b? shown daily. SHIP CAPTAINS IN ROW. Joseph Johnson and Frank Nelson Arrested in Mackey's Saloon. Captain Joseph Johnson and Cap? tain Frank Nelson, skipper of coal vessel* now loadng at this port, were arrested in Mackey's saloon yesterday .?fternoon by Olftcers Smtrh and Red ford on the charge of disorderly con duct They were lined St .V? each at the police > tat ion by Just'ce Senimes and allowed to go. The cause of the trouble la not known The men wen- rowing in the place and Mr Markey asked the police to arrest them The oMeer* wen' to ihe K.~ene and separated the mn. Mter the skippers began the row anew and were arrested KINGS DAUGHTERS' MUSiCALE. We" Known People to Pa.tic patr in Eetsrtatnereot Friday Evening An entcrtalelng vr* ;ratn haa b< *n arranged for a musical t-> be gi"-n in the ternie mom of ? hd Firm Pre* bvterlan rhurrh n> ?1 Frida? eventng h> well ?Sf?s Ival peotde. under the saaBsslees of En me at Cmde. Kings Inmght?~? Then- will h?- a program of music en<| rerl'atlona. followed by a HUe comed? Those who will savttcinite ass Mrs Wadter Wiley, aad ssSa. Kaa'men M?swe? Anna Mas? ill' l>?te Riearnea. Ram Hate*, Miry .wtearn'. t;??-ndol?n Man* Connne Motts. France* jatarr and l^w-ille Car Pi. Messt*. Wililnm Roberl? t.. ?eeerge Boris? Godfrey ass,tu. Thorn s* Meaaley and Hotann Bailey Cawk BTIU Gen To Buy Adver? tised Things - It To Buy "Worth-While" Things! The Advertised Things Are the Ones That Will "?tand the Test" of Publicity Of the spot-light, of comparison and close inspection. Things that could not thus "pass muster' are not usuelly advertised, for it would,most positively, NOT mmmmm*m*m-mmm pay to advertise them ***? WANTED. wanted-everyim>dy To know ab;iut ihr Ulrica < oantor and restaurant at the Newport. Any thitiK and everything all the t me. Prices and uualltv guaranteed to be satisfactory. ..THOS I tt?NTA BY, Proprietor. . - *>? WANTEI>?'POSITION BY SETTLED married man. Has had experience in commercial work References upon request. Address M," Hox 516. City. WANTED?TO SBIX YOl* FIRE 'Insurance and all other k nds you need. Surety Bonds. Hurglary Policies. Automobile Floater?. Etc CHAPIN. NELMS Ac BO WEN Inc.. Main Office Silsbv Build ng. Phone 3. 9. WANT YOfJ tO SEt* tH*E ROOMS at the Newport at t?.90 per week. THOS .1 HINDI.ky 6. WANTED- MORROWERS K>Ete\BM at six per cent on real estate in sums to suit Reasonable charges. No building and loan associaron Money now ready. He prompt. SOM.MERVll LB TRI ST CO. lac. !> WANTED?To IUI IH ?all STORK and flat with modern conveniences for vacant lots or farnflng lands anywhere in Virgnia, Will offer bargain. -Good business stand. 80.M-MERVI1.lk TRTMal-CO.. Inc. WANTED?YOC ARE WANTED AT j .the "Pnoahontas"' Sunday between ; grte and two-thlrtv p. m. Dinner. SO cents. THOS. J .HUNDLEY* : " _ WIIJ, UETiTlJOLAN wilo tied black dog. while beeaot. at Ivy Ave. pier < hristiua-s week coahmnnteate with MRS RRITTON. ?>m Pearl street. Berkley. Norfolk,. Va. 6. WANTED?it I'il.bi? RR TO USE KINO Windsor Ceajent Plaster and LehlgB Port'd Cement S A. Rudd Sole Agt t * 'i*i .vi"!-*7-3" WANTED?HOUSE HBP APR WORK. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt 1 attention C P. eagle. Heath s. Mil Waag Ave Belt pfgone 71 ?-tf| I WANTED?TO BUY. SELL OR Ex? change, furniture and stores C. W UEBTs. Un) Huntington Ave. salesmen wantbc. RESIDENT MANAC.BR?f*Atl TOMEN wanted for this district E1-gant| opportunity, experience onneees sary gr ,~d pay AMERICAN | Cf?;AR CO. c nnnnntl. O ? SALESMEN SPWIALTY THB lane you hare always hewn lo?.?ina for; staple ~-\u everywhere over and over agn-n. ' a mules .ight and eaaaaatastons literal NATIONAL MERCANTII.B ?T>. 3*1 College. Iowa City. Iowa g. SALESMAN WANTED-TO SELL! Grocers. Druggists. Owfectwc era: %\2% saonthlv and. expense, CA! IEORN1A CIDER AND f-TX TRACT co. ;?.. utmWWHJ. St l.nut? Mo g ANTIQUE rUANlTuRt RERAISED* ANO AEMOOE LEO ALSO *L i WAVg A PgW PIECES FOR SALE. NtW rURMlTuSE MAOE TO OR dib. OLD FURNITURE REPAlB EO. UPMOLSTEBIN? A. W. ROUNDS Ceecnct Maker ana Wood Carver I 2? and JJ7 Thirty^oorth Btmef, ] VS. i FOR SALE. FOR SALB?TANCT P?TMOUT? settings. Chic-kens can i?e seen at .">4ti. Twenty-ninth street. 9. KOR SAUE?OHE WORK HORSE VIRGINIA FRUIT AND PSODUCU CO 12. FOR SALE-fi-ROOM DWELI 1N<; ON Twenty-eighth street, near Jefferson Ave., only $1.550. Very easy terms. Would suit any merchant on Jefferson Ave. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO.. Inc. 5. FOR SALE?A PHONOGRAPH WILL sing, whistle, talk and play for you as no otner instrument can. We sell the Edison. OEO. D HAMPTON PIANO CO.. 210 Twenty-eighth street 2-26-tf. FOR SALI: NO. EM, FORTY - ninth street, H rooms, bath, latrobo. range, good condition. Kxtra nice home. Cheap for rash. CHAPI.N, NELMS & HO WEN. Inc.. Main Of Bee Silsby ituilding. Phone ::. Real Estate Insurance. I?ans. 9. I FOR SALE?K ROOM DWHIAJNG with bath, southern exposure, pav? ed stre? t. $1.100. Reasonable terms. CHAPTJf, NKI MS II BOWEN, Inc . Real Estate Insurance. Loans. ^?T<?? Washington Ave. Phone 9 POT. SALE- DWELLINGS BETWEEN West and Washington avenues: S rooms. southern exposure with bath. $::.immi; 7 rooms and bath, southern exposure. $2.6."eo y rooms, bath and tange. $.:..~>im. ii rooms, hath and range. $4.Phi iua- >:iable (?rras on any of these. ITIAPIN. NEI MS & BOWKN. inc . Raa] Es t?te. Insurance. Loans. Silsby build? ing Main (race. 9. I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE- GOOD farm near WiUiamsbiirg. 125 acres, about half elearad. bauinco extra gojd timber H room new dwelling, very desirable. Also So acres 4V4 miles from Newport News. Also .V? acres 4 miles from Hampton. Very desirab,c water front farm. tit acres, (Other nearby tracts of from Ovo to :o seres. . HA PIN. NELMS * BOWEN. Inc , Real Estate. Insurance and Loans. Man Offlcaf/Sihib) Building ?. I Ft H S ALE ?;0. |? 10 ROOM OWKI, ling in North End. with bath, or will j exrhsnge for smaller house Til ! house will lie sold at a sacrifice and good inducement offeresl te righi partv Address OWNER. Bos :-%?. City. I FOR SALE ?.7 ACRES LAND RIGHT st edge ef Hampton. Vs. only $??'] per acre. City growing right to? wards t Very valuable for new ad? dition Cut into lots It would make, handsome investment SOMMER Vfld-E TRI-WT CO. Inc ?. I FOR BALE?GOOD HO*."ME OM 2] lots near Chestnut Ave Fine water view Electric "gfets Only $I.?oo. | ties cash i.a.enre *?ry easy swy ments >< IM MEKVILLK TRIST | CO. Ibk_ 1. HELP WANTED?MALE. CIGAR BAIJC8MAN WAKTBD?KX perienee Cnnecessnry Sell oar br?nd? to the retail trade Big pay Write for full part Ionian at oaea. | Gl ORE CIGAR CO. ClerelaB*. O 9m VOCN ?ANTBJD -TO PREPARE FOR Ra i??? Mall Fieri, nation. OSSB nurrSKSi aalarv $*?" Prepare tlon. free FRANKLIN aNBTl Tt'TE. f?*?t faj M B01 b'eah 1, .V T n FOR RENT. KOK RENT?SECOND STORY I front room, furnace heated with Iboard, or for table boarders, IM Thirty-first street. fi. FOR RENT?391] WKST AVENUE, In rooms, bath and range. $40; No. 224 Korty-ninth street, 9 rooms, bath, I.atrobo range. $22.50; I rooms and bath, large g.irdcii in East End, $1244. Many other desirable homes. See our list. CHAPIN. NE E.MS & BO WEN, Inc.. Main Of? fice Silsbv Building. 9. KOR KENT?THREE NICE SIX room tenement houses, T.venty eighth street, between Oak and Chestnut. No bath; city water. Very desirable at price of $6 each. P. O. Box 297. Su-tf. KOR RENT?TWO NICELY KUR nished front rooms, one second floor with alcove. Also table board? er? wanted. 105 Twenty-seventh street.' 6. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLO DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS fer; offices C. & O Station. Phones, Citz. and Bell, 93. SPECIAL NOTICES. THE STEPPING STONES TO SUC cess are good common |onse and one of T. P. HEATING'S fine tailor mpde Luits. Don't forget the place, 221 Twenty-fifth street. tf. DR. R. LEK ROBINSON. DENTIST. N W Cor. Washington avenue and Twenty-eifCth street. 4.7. .' DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE of charge by C H SCHOFIELBi 'phone 84-L, Hampton, Va, A BUSINESS OBUGATTON?HAV?5 vour clothes made by T. P. KEAT? ING 221 Twenty-fifth street 24-tf HOW ABOUT THOSE OLD BILLS? We can collect them. Guarantee to collect or no charge. MERCHANT** PROTECTJVE ASSOCIATION room 2. Coleman B dg UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE Office and Showroom 234-236 25th gt 'Phone 51. Res. 110. I. HUGH CAFFEE 'IIWIIII DIRECTOR AND EM balmer Offlee 'Phones. Bell and Citx No 1. Residence. Bell No. 41 MM NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stock iiolders of the Newport News Ship ncitdtng and Dry Dock Company will he held at the office of the General Manager of the Ceaapany at Newport | Ne-wa. Virginia, on Thnrsday. March lAth. I?l?. at twelve o'clock noon, for the eleetson of directors and a n'esld^m for the ensuing year, and for 'he transaction of such other bust ness as rosy properly come before the meeting GBO E MILES. Secretary. "DlZZiNCSSr Can he ctred. ahsofofely. by TISfT TTSIT la sold wRa a nv n- t hack guaranty- hv J C fJORSUCH A CO A fasl siard hot ran fed) bad for a limited tbe> ror t<w- AJwtotately so griping-hsy It mom. EAT *CM LIRE CAMOV. TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE PIKCES OP IM proved reai estate in the city of Newport iNows, and in the county of Warwick. Virginia, to be held ou Tuesday. March 8, 1910. For default thereunder, respectively, nt the request of tin- parties several |v secured in the hereinafter mention? ed deeds of trust, the undersigned will offer fo- sale under the terms of the same, ut public auction, iu frout of the respective premises on TUESDAY. MARCH 8th, 1910, AT 11:03 O'CLOCK A. M. That property on the north side of Twenty third street, between Jeffer? son and Madison avenues, know n as lot number Ten (10) in blocs, number Forty nine (49.) on a certain map of I part of the City of Newport News. rs> J corded in clerk's Office of Newport iNows cori>oraticii Court iu plat book I No. l on page .'!. as described In feed Of trust, dated March 2?, lava, execut? ed by William EL Williams and wife to the undersigned trustees, recorded In the eterfc'a offloe of Newport News Corporation Court in deed book No. 30, at page 249. AND ON THE SAME DAY, AT 12:C0 M. Tarnt property located in Warwick county. Virginia, on "E" street know ti as lot number Five (5) in block "F,H [aa described In deed of trust dated August 2::, livl, executed by D. S. Jones, Lumber and Manufacturing Compan v to the undersigned trustees, recorded in clerk's office of Warwiek County la dead book NO. 21, at page 312. TERMS: ? In the case Of each sale, ierms to bo: Cash SuScleat to pay the ndebtednoss secured and due and un? paid to the beneficiaries, respectively. In said deeds of trust named, with in? terest, expenses of sale and execution Of trus s; balance upon terms to be announced at sales. A deposit of ,*150 required in each case at time of sale; terms in each case to be com? plied within ten days, or respective properties will be re sold at cost of defaulting purchasers. JACKSON h RALSTON, Trustee. H. QUINOT SMITH, Trustee. WILLIAM C. STUART, Atterney. td. OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROP? ERTY, IjOOATED on tub socth SIDS of TWENTY -FIFTH street. BETWEEN CHESTNUT AND OAK AVENUES. THIS CITY. Default having Occurred under the terms of e dei'd of trust, dated July .'. I9M, recorded in the clerk's office of the Cor;>oratioii Court of the City Of Newport News, Virginia. i:i deed book No. ::t, at i?age 2is, executed by Marshall A. Clr.rke and wife to the undersigned trustee, at the request of ;he parties secured, the undersigned will offer for sale, at public auction, iti front of. premises at 11:00 a. m., ou FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1910. the following property, as same is de ?ribed in said deed of trust: lot num? ber Sixty-two (62) in block aamber sixteen (IC) "C." together with the Improvements, etc. TERMS?CASH. A deposit of $10? will be required at time of sale; terms to be complied with within five days, >r premises will be re-sold at cost et defaulting purchaser. SECURITY TRCST AND SAVINGS BANK OF NEWPORT NEWS, VIR OI'.iA, Trustee. WILLIAM C STUART, Attorney. 11. Acting under a deed of trust aaStnd ? >n the 9th day of November, 190ii. ;"iid recorded in,deed book 29. at page ST.1!. in the clerk's office of the ;'ori>oratioii Court, of the city of New? port News. Va., executed by R. W. Newman and wife. I as trustee, by leason of default thereunder, and at the request of the party secure 1 thereby, shall ex|>ose to sale for cash. ON WEDNESDAY. THE 16TH. DAY OF MARCH, 1910. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, by public auction, on the premises, the iollewfng property: All those certain 'nts, pieces or parcels of ground, with 'he tenements there n, situate and be? ing in the City of Newport News, Va.. pd known and designated as lots rumbcrs ?J2 and Ki5 in block number ?f. I n a certain map of the City of Newport News. Va.. cut-tied. 'Map of iiart of the City of Newport News. Va.." which, said map Is duly leeorded In the said clerk's office in plat bo-.k number 1. at lingo ?, These lots will be sold separately at th" hour named, beginning with lot ?2 above mentioned, and the ?ale will be continued until both lots are sold A cash deposit will be required at the biur of sale, of flu? on each pur? chase, and the terms must b? com? piled with within .'! dsys, or the prop erty will be resold at the cost of the purchaser defaulting. A. C. OARRETT. Trustee BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. DRUG STORE IcWAFS) ALL States. Hat ftae. Drug jobs. F. KNIEST. Omaha. Nob ?. J. W. Jackson & Co. fsintbrs as* pappi?k*mofbs phone an* Agents: Rockwell's Pstent Cr--- r Oust Shields. DR. H. H. ADAIR VETERINARY SURGEON OSSca Caflee's Livery Stable. BOTH PHONES. NO. 1 A E. ? KLOR.