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TRADERS ARE ANXIOUS
Steck Market is Watched With Much Curiosity. (onquerine t<fi5N.2~lQu*i INDIGESTION DY5PLP5IA CONSTIPATION Hmirtburn.N*jste. tour Stomach, S?J Utadacfia. ...... ,.cx rinni iitI Per,ousness.andHettltssnest. These troubles SELLING ORDERS tVl?tNTj ^?^fe .."*> i trtngthtns the entire hferea System- a fine Stomach Tome - if corei Speculators on the Exchange Are In Doubt a' to the Outcome and Wider Effects of tin Supreme Court'* Ac tion on tbe Anti-Trust Cases. (Ity Associated IT. as I NKW York. April 11?The actio? of the stock market t.xko *as watch? ed wiih curiosity and seme anxiety ?tor Indications of the wider effects of yesterday's action of the Supreme i . art and the effect it will b In delaying the final settlement oi the anti-trust cases. Though definite con? clusions were not arrived at by close observers of the market, enough ur curreU to modify the Brat eatbuaiaam of the more strictly professional ?de? ment of stock operators yesterda) II was evident, for instance that the vio? lent rise in prices .yesterday h .d brought Into market large selling or ders both for home and foreign ac? count Side by side with these was an Influx of further buying orders. The tone down or the first effects of the Baprams Court s action was ?it to the more conservative view taken of its effect by the Baaaelal and business community at luge than by Ike stock market element. It is bettered that every large corpora tiuu will feel itself prescribed |n Its plans Baal I? '">' scope of Its activi? ties until the questions at issue in the aetl-trasl eases shall b. ai'.d settled. Other new mixed effect lion of the pano s to the New Tart Deatral w.ig. dispute was conlrma tory of the confidence thai labor troubles would Bad a settlement ?itb out widespread strikes this year The passage of agreements in the sott roa| mining contracts deepened tiiis con? viction. The risini; t:dc over the itnniigrnion figure* were accepted a- e\ideiico ol a promising industrial outlook. There was perceptible a moderated eon 8 dence in the predlctioas of an lu 6 F. Campbell, of Cmory. I/a. says lean truly ny that COHQUERlNC has no equal as a Dyspepsia Remedy I have used many other remedies for several years. a friend recom mended CONQUERwE and I have had better health a// the time sine*" 'I find if not eaj> ?ery valuable torDyspep^ Jid. but for other- Stomach TroublesasteH. ah users of CMQUERINE praise it. All Druosists tS*\ $0*anq *l. IS. nratas in the next dividend on I'ulleJ States St- el lionds were Ii regular. Tolai sales, par rahse, llJfTT.aM Patted States bonds wen- unchanged on call letal sales for the day IM,t''M shuns. Including: Amalgamated Cop par, ::i'.Hni. Sugar, IJetB; Tobacco, .tun. Atlantic Coast I.in., ||B; Of i peaks <v Okie, ljBtB>; LaVsasefaai * Naahvtwa, Mtt; N<ufo)k ?? Western. a\jSBt: Penasayrlvaala, fct?TCB; Heading, ltt.lt>: Southern Railway. l.UMi; pfd.. ion; I'niou rtllaV. llaVftt; Virginia Cawollaa Chemical, MBB, Closing List. Altai Chalmers pfd . 38ft Amalgamated Copper ., 73% Aaseraeaa tgiliarflatal .4?v? Ann ricin Meet Sugar . 37H Ainericuu Can . 11 Auli ili in C.ir At Foundry . ?14 asatiUag Cction Oil . Bt% American Hide ?i Leather pfd ? il American Ice Securities. L'ti:l* Am? i it an Ltaeeea1 . 14 American Locomotive. ;>2% 82 ?? ksaerlcaii smelting ? Retn .l. liiu d Am. hi an Smelting A R? tin ptd.HMi 1 Aaktticaa Sti el Koundri?'s.M itatstpments were of American Sugar Retlning .IT.', i in. i. sort to arastra Amarsaaa Tel. A Tel.ISTIft Ainerlc.Ul Tobacco pfd .96 American Woob'n .31'*. Anaconda Mining Co.44% Atchlson.113 Atcliisou pfd . .102 Atlantic Coast Line.129 BaMaeere A Ohio ,.|tt li. llileh? m Steel J.28 Btoatlaa Rapid yransit.78V? CanadlHti i'acjr.r .182',? OesMral Leutjler .42"^ (Mitral LajflBSr pfd .U?7>e Central .of New Jajrpts .IM ''hesajrt ak. Ohio. Mi Ch :o At Alton .&" Ettl UPmlllVii;,li':'K'' <;'"'" Western . 2? _ iW|. HcNKf Irhi( 'K??<:n.'<' W.-stern . " ? ?sameness at Chicago A Northwestern .1*>3 rkliaffn, mil & st. Paul .142% C. C. C. 14 St. lxmis . 87 The lowest charges and quickest exe- Celottato Peel A tree .- **% Phone '"oto^ado Soiithein .a9^ Consolidated Has.142v? STOCKS und BONDS cutlons in Norfolk.. Bell ?406. 316-11' Arcade Bldg. Braach btot*j: w i niton s?taa> a.o m p*^aj^t**T7.?.-'-'t Nt rjt J^^kj^LSJI Nail iud rhons Ur4sn rillsa incorporated. A New Department BOYS' WASH SUITS We are the Sole Agents for the CAXMR WASH SI'ITS. one of ihr finest lin?>s on the market .'? r quality, workmaship and fit. We are showing a complete hue o' tlo s,, Suns. Sizes 1! to li years. Price 08c to $2.98 Free Demonstration OF Success Coffee Today Samples of the Success Coffee will be xiven to each visitor. Anna Held Sings "I CANT MAKE MY EYES BEHAVE f f i If you suffer from Headache or Eye trou? bles we can relieve you. We grind lenses same day they are ordered. J. J. PALMER'S SONS, ~ 1 " THE LEADING JEWELERS A.reur. a* m m \ TABLISHEO sW Oon i'cuiiucw. 1*11 Delaware & Hudson .171 i OmtU ? ?? C.ran?e.4?,v* Dearer ? 1(1? Grande prd . .8 | IlistMers' Secuiltle? .:H% ' Krie .29% ! Krle 1st uW.ntll Kile 2nd pfd . flaai ral Klwirio .IM ?read Northern pH .IMH Baal Haalans:I Ota ,,,!s. Illinois Central .? ? j liitcrhorough-Met.M% lnterbiiroiigh-Mci. pfd .'>7% Intelnational Harvester. Intel Murine |ifd . 19% Intel i.aiiunal l'aiier . U Int 'iiiutiouul l*i.ni|t . 46 Iowa Cenlral .22 Karffl OK: Soutbern .25% Kansas City Southern i>fd . 6?% Laalesla Has .1?<? I oiilsvllle & Naihvllte.H>n Minneapolis JJ st Units . M Minn . St. P & Sa lit St. M. L!9 Missoiiii, Kansas & Texas . 41 Missouri. Kansas ? Texas pfd ?? 11 % Missouri pacific.69% Nilioiial Biscuit .106 National Lead .al% Nat'l Hys. of Mexico 2nd pfd . 27'* .New Volk Ceiitrul .123% New Y? rk. Ontario Ji Western . 45 j Norfolk h Western .1*1% North American .76% Northern Pacific .UM4 Pacific Mail.?!? Pennsylvania .MM People I CBS .1 1"% Pirtsl.urK. C C. & St. Louis-1<?2 j Pillsburg Coal .2"% j Pressed Steel Car.<3% Pullman Paiacv Car.191 Railway Steel Spring.41 Rend ills .166 Repuidie Btee|.37% Republic St.ei pfd .nm% I Rock Island Co.47 Rock Island to pfd.?1% I St. Louis & San Kran. 2nd pfd.. 4!t 1st. Uoaun Southwestern.n% ,St. Lot-is Southwestern pfd . 73% j Sloss Sheffield Steel A Iron . . 76 Southern Pacific .12.*.% Southern Railwuy.27*4 I Southern Railway pfd .?'.:' ITennessee Copper .3n% Texas * Pacific !.II % Toledo St. l.O iis ft West. 41 T'iedo. SI Louis & West, pfd . M Cnlon pacific.IMN I'nloii Pacific pfd .97% Culled States Realty .78% I'nited States Rubber.43% Ctilted Stales Steel .85% I'nited States Steel pfd.121 V? Ciah Copiier .46% Virgin a Carolina Chemical _58% Wahash .21% Wabish pfd .4?% We i. in Maryland.48?* V.'. -tinghouse Klectilc.66% Western I'nion .72 Wheeling at l.ake Krie. 4% Chicago Grain Market. ( UK AGO II.US. April 12.?The wheal market bad another severe -Inking spell today, but rallied late in the session and closed with prices %a% to % lower, compared with yes? terday's figures. Corn and oats were not affected by the slump in wheat, hut ruled strong all day, the lortner closing at net gains of % to lal%, and the latter up "ja*? to %:il. Pro? vision.; were heavy, ow.ng to liberal receipts of live hogs and closed un? changed to ITU lower. Articles Open High Ijow Close Wheat May .. 11114 112% lim 111*4 July .. 104% 105% 104 l'H% Sept .. ion, 10214 if?i% 101% Corn? May .. 57% 58% 57% 68% July .. 60% ?1% 611% 61% Sept .. ?1% 62% 61% ?2% Oats May .. 42- 42% 42 42% July .. .19% 40% 3f?% 40% Sept. .. 37% 38 37% 38 I Mese Pork, per bbl.? May .. 22.7"? 23 U> 22.6.". 22 ?5 July .. 23.0? 23 2.". 22 ?242312% Sept . . 22.60 23.00 22.60 22.90 Lard, per 100 lbs Mav .. 13 05 13.17%12Sw 1307% tub" .. 12 6.". 12.82% 12 KS 12 72% Sept .. 12 62% 12.70 12 52%12 6t? Short R.bs. per 400 lbs May . . 12.70 12.85 12 7? 12.80 July .. 12 5.*. 12 7? 12 50 12.60 Sept. .. 12.45 12 60 12 42%I2 52% Treaeury Statement. WASHINGTON. 1) C. April 12 ? The condition of the treasury at tue beginning of business today was as follows: Trust funds: Gold coin. tS52.679.86-t Silver dollar-. $491 .IH5.O00 Silver dollar, of lv?". $3.7*2.?o?' Silver certiBcites outstanding. e491.045.noii General fund set mdard silver dollars In general fund. $871.647 Current liabilities, $1o7.846.;t6 Worhlnei balance in treasury ofllces $2". Jl 7.070. In bank* to credit of treasurer of the Cnited State-. $35.!98.253 Rcbsldiary sliver cot a. t21.594.142. Miaor coin $1.274.6*7 Total balance in general fund. $85. 77" 72" New York Money Martert. VF/W YORK. Aprtl 12?Money on cell, firm 3a3% per real; rnlina rate. 3%: ctoatasj bed. $: offered at 2% Time loans, very dull aad steady: Mxtr davr and ninety days. 4%a4% per rent, six months. 4% per rent Close Prime mercantile paper. 4%s4% sterling exchange steads, with actual business in hankers' MI? rt 4 ?4 20 for sixty day bills, and a: 4*7 for demand Coeassercisl bills. 4*3%a4*4 Bar silver $2% Mrsl 41 NEW ToatK. April 12?Cotton ?pet rtnwed smlet. $? points higher ling aplaada. UJ0; asMsBts** mmM, SANATIVE Antiseptic Cleansing is Best Accomplished by the Cutlcura Remedies. Complete local an<l roatUtutioilaJ treatment for aashnnattBg, deMMIaleM entadiliiina froaa vhaei i jkjajajM tuaTaf may I* found ? D payjp 6 of "ii1 . Cut ii in u Pamphlet i wrapped aU,ut IM v\lrv\ Cuti.ma Ointinent. I The pun-i-wi-el.gentle, , yet eeTecties proper tiea <?f tin- Cuti<ur> j Nonp, (uiiion lit. tu.'I ; Pill*, i ninimil tIm-iii j to women, especially BKithef*, for pro? estreiBC, purifying, und In juiifyiiig the Hkin. m-alp. hair, ami hand*, for the freest* i.t i ' intlainiiiatorv ami uli-cralivo conditions, a-s well ax most eaaotestMH iiuilkmal ugintu in ri-.-i.niii?! to health, ehraagl b, and lieauty pale eeas.aei vuua, prematurely faded, run-down woumti. IMS; sales, ion hales Futures opened stead) steady. April May June July Aug. Sept Oct. Nov. Die Jan. Open t?,t! 14.41 I3JH n.on 12.15 12.37 tSJM High 1:. hi 14.43 14 IS 11 ". I ISM 13 ill 1 2 BI ltS7 MM mid Lav I I 7s 14.14 II a 11 13.1? IfJM 12 n; 12J< 12.2s t IllSe II 4RJ 14 ss 14.!?:' 14 "I ItJM 1 fctt 1161 12.35 12.30 l :?.??::! Baltimore Grain Market. IIAI.TIMOKK. HO.. April 12 ? WHBAT?southern on grade,; j Hi7>4all4. [ coKN ? firm; contrai t spot. U%a4aS OATS dull: No. I white. I!ia4!??4; ' I No. I mixed, 47a47'^ RTsm Quiet; No. I western doines j tie. MaXS. Ge* Six Per Cent Increase. j NOKKOI.K, VA . April 12 ? Wffef jeiues hetween the engineers of the Seal oaril Air Line Hallway niunagc ment were amlcahlv adjnated. re , suiting in a six per i etil inereasc for I engineers in all hraiu lies. YOUR LANDLORD ? I In rt>*ie<cr?ttng (or you th.s 4? * ?prtng. -riJJ ?rtdPTiriate the eojue of tWm opportunity we offer you to ? n?pect our line of WALL PAPERS r Ccmplt* in <j l.p-to-ci.:, u, d...,n ?! A.k .boul cur 1910 offprint SLATER Sl MECHEM. 232 Twenty fifth St., Oecoratora and Paperhangers, Newport New?. Va.. Bell Phone. I lICADEMyl ?? I Vaudeville : : *eW THE SEASON S HIT! IPetrqpolitan 7?CLEVER ARTISTS?7 Jokes. Songs. Dances. Other Attractive Features. NIGHTS. !0c and 20c. MATINEES. 5c and 10c Better Work-Less Cost "I have had twenty-five years' ex Iierfenee in Pain'ing ar"* consider the Tore surface, an' leaf other point. Oil." l over It better, thsn including I^esd andl JAM KS WOOD. M. P.. Ihirbaaaa. W. Va. What More Can he Desired' For Sale By S. P. MARSTON. Newport News, Va. t reSSWSS)I Casrrl UA. say tW n-?*i*t a? sssss .At IWa, Qawal u" WANTED. WANTED ? HAULING Of ALL 1 kinds, especially furniture. E. C. SHIELDS, ^4u[ Chestnut avenue.' Hell illume ?71. ISSan, j WANTED?YOU TO KNOW THAT, the Newport Hotel has some more beautiful rooms at $2 and $2..">" per week. Running water in everv room. THOS. .1. HUNDLEY 11 I HELP WANTED?MALE. C1GAB SALESMAN WANTED?Ex? perience Pnueeessary. Sell cur hi'Mais to the retail trade Ilia; pay. Write for full particulars at ouce. GLOBE CIGAR. CO., Cleveland. O. ?i 14 WANTED- -VOL TO CALL ON, 'phone or write C. H. NKLMS, room HCl Siisby Building, 2Tun Washing? ton Ave., when you wish to borrow f> per cent money, or buy a dwel? ling. Vou can save by seeing him. 3. WANTED- ETERTBODi TO KNOW that, tbe office of W. T. Moss. Jus? tice of the Peace, is No. 218. Twen ty-eighth street, Pp-stairs. Prompt addition to duty and carefully kept record. Hours from !? t BS-, to :"> p. m. Hell 'Phone N?. SBS t4B* AUCTION SALE. Ity virtue of a Warrant of Distress now in my hau ls, issued a* the in? stance of West. Ila-rett K- West vs. P. J. Fitzsinini'ms. on Friday. April 16th, 1M4), at ten o'clock. I will offer ::ale to the highest bidder for cash, one single story brick buildins - twenty-live by ninety?an lot twenty one (211. on the north side of Eighteenth street (18), No. 1.11. and live show cases, lour pieces of counter, one wall case, aae lot of iron bakinu pans, one lot of wooden trays, one bread trough, one ice box. one bread show case. J. W. HESTER. | It. Constable. BROADWAY Store 2905-7 Washington Ave. WANTED?HI'ILDKKS TO USE KING Windsor Cement Plaster and Lehich ! Por'd CemeaL s. A. Kudd Sole Agt. l-27-3ui. NORMAN LASSITER. D. D. 548 Twenty-fifth Street. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. Bell 'Phone 918. S., WANTED? HOl SE REPAIR WORK, -:-:-?? Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt! bsNKRUPT SALE, attention. C P. EAGLE, Hrath'si. ParaaSOl to an order of the District 2019 Wash. Ave. Hell Phone H. S-tt. (-ourt ? ?,,. 0mt*M States for the 'Eastern District of Virginia, entered WANTED?TO BPY, SELL OK Ex? change, furniture aud stoves C. W, LEWIS, 2"."^ Huntington Ave. FOR SALE. KOR BAUE?"THE SILVERY MOON." "Old Gray Honnett," and "Cotton Town.'' Popular songs by the MetroiKilitan Minstrels at the Acade inv this week, now on sale. GEO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 Twenty-eighth street 14. |POK SALE? i HRKE BRUNSWICK pool tables, two almost new. E. J. GKAPP. 21".2 Jefferson Ave. 18. i |POR SALE "I'M LONGING POK Tomorrow When i Think of Yester? day." "Acting as Patlier to the Girl Next li.K.r. and still the "Cubanola Glide." Popular numbers in sheet music. GEO. D. HAMPTON PIANO CO.. 21) Twenty-eighth street. tf. I POK SALE?A COMPLETE MEAT outfit, counters, rack, blocks, box and1 tc.ils, will sell in part or whole. Apply W. T. WILSON, 2610 Cheat-} nut Ave. 3-18-tf. j FOR RENT. April l?lu. in the matter of Sophie Levy, Bankrupt, the undersigned (Trustee will on Tuesday, the 19th. j day of April. 191". at H' o'clock a. m.. ! offer for sale in the City of Hampton. Virginia, by public auction to the ? highest bidder for cash, in the store bouse formerly occupied by the said bankrupt al No. 14.". West queen street, the entire stock of goods be? longing to said bankrupt's estate con? sisting of csaaaasl goods, meats, salt j fish, c.'c v 12 IT JOHN WEVMOI TH. Trustee in Bankruptcy. UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE O.f.ce and Showroom 234-236 25th St ?Phone 51. Res. 110. J. HUGH CAFFEE ?1JNBTBAL. DIRECTOR AND KM balmpr. Office 'Phones, Hell and Cits. No 1. Residence. Hell No. 41 i-:o-tf. The K. O. Poster Oi.? of ihe new Skiing stylos in MEN'S OX FORDS. I igh aich, 13 inch bcnls; in all leathera $3.97 a pair BROADWAY Store 2905-7 Washington Ave. OPEN ALL THE YtAR. ANTIQUE FURNITURE REPAIRED AND REMODELED. ALSO AL IHOB RENT NICELY FURNISHED] VVAYS A FEW PIECES FOR SALE room, shor' distance from shipyard. NEW FURNITURE MADE TO OR Apply 22-". Forty-fifth St. IS. I DER. OLD FURNITURE REPAIR -'-ED. UPHOLSTERING. I KIR KENT DELIGHTPPL LITTLE Students may enter at any time. Graduates placed In positions. All commercial branches taught. Day and night a s?ion* J. M. RESSLER. President. C S. HANSON, Principal. Bel '3hone 350. four room flat, with modern coven iences. Rents for $8.00 a month. I^wated at 1I2-". Twenty-first street. Communicate with L. it MANVILLE. OLD DOMINION LAND CO.'S Of? fice llotei Warwick Huild'ng. 1?. W. ROUNDS l'O RENT ?IN PRIVATE FAMILY or. Boulevard, nice large front room with or without board, sui able for gentleman or man and wife. Apply *-'??s Washing!-m Are 13. FOR RENT?LARGE FRONT ROOM, with or wit boot board; also table boarders. 13?i Thlrtynrat St. las. A. Cabinet Maker and Wood Carver 235 and 237 Thirty-fourth Street. Newpmt Newa. Va FOR RENT?NICELY F1RN1SHFD room, fine location, moderate reel all convenience*. Address 'XXX.' rare Daily Press. 11 tf. SPECIAL NOTICES. Ride Less Walk More It's good for poor spirits, poor appetite, poor digestion and poor health generally, bm io make it easy no the feet he sure you have HANAN, WALK? OVER OR QUEEN QUALITY SHOES. W. H. HODGE & CO. 3002 Waah.nfton Avenue. Newport New?, Va. YOU? wont fed satisfied unless you use HOME) PRODUCTS! Call for M. Levitra:? s Home Killed lu-ef. Veal and Pigs. Call especally fir Me Levinson's Virginia Cured Hams. Shoulders and Jowi*. WE BPY AND SELL OLD BILL* also collect them ea commission.' MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE AS? SOCIATION. R mm 2. Cotemaa Bldg -4?-1 DA R LEE RORINSoS. N. W Cor Twenty-eighth street. *'fad animals REMCrVEP Tww'C C t, THE REMEDY of charge by C II. HCHOFIELO.1, ?arantee? to : ' ' ? ? ' ' ?_ -. TRANSrKS COMPAN.EA OLD DOVTVTOe BAGGAGE TRAfS C A O Bel' M COLUMBIA CHEMICAL CO, Washington, D. C FOR MEN THE NOTED FATHER KELLY Now a Well Man. He write. "I de ?ire Io state fnr the benefll of sttffer ine humanity, that I am a well man trroach the merits of your wonderful TISIT. I suffered from Constipation *nd Indi-rsiion for U years. T1SIT aas abaotlnely cured me." Week * treatment 10c. For sale by J. C. Gor SOaS A <'o. and Druggists - DR. H.H ADAIR VETERINARY SURGEON fOffice Caftan's Livery Btease. BOTH PHONES. NO. 1 J. W. Jackson A Co. Apmts: Aocfc well's Patent Corner Dtfst In leide.