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j NATIONAL LEAGUE
Results Yesterday. Pittsburg. I; Chicago, 2. New York. I; Uro klyn, 0. Cluclnnati. y; St. Louis, 4. Philadelphia, ?; Boston, >i. Results Sunday. CliUax-'. I; Pittsburg, 1. Cincinnati, ti; St. I.ouls. ?. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs. Won Lost Nt?w York . 14) ? Pittsburg . K 3 pb.Udelphia . K 4 Chicago . i 5 Cincinnati . ."? ti Boston . 4 ? 8t. Louis . 4 10 Br oklyu . * 1? Where They P!?y Today. Chicago at Plttsbnrg, New York at I it ook ly n. Philadelphia at Boston PRESIDENT 1 AFT SEES PIRATES DEFEAT CUBS Hans Wagner, the Chief Executive's Favorite Player, Shines in the Game. P1TTSBPKO. PA . May 2.? -Presi? dent Taft, Seeretary of State Philan? der C Knox, anil Count Von MfB rtorff, the Herman .-nibasnador. were guests of the Pittsburg National League baat !?all deb at F" rh, s Kiehl. this afternoon at a game in which the world's IIsias phmi defeated Chi? cago 5 to 2. The distinguished guests hardly passed a remark during Hie game, but that thev Were quick to see Ihc fine points was evidence,! by the fact that they were trat to applaud a bril? liant play. Wagner, who is said to be the President's favorite player, made a brilliant rhowiug. making two rm.s a two bagger and a d uble play. Al? though the visitors hit oftener. the locals were more effective in placing them and t< ok advantage of lour er rors by Chicago. Hefnre the game the Pisefweal ?i la his best wishes and signature on two baseballs and presented them to Warner and Man? ager Clark. , of the Pittsburg club. Over 10,04)0 people saw the game. 8core: R H K Pittsburg _ 0 2 0 1 00 2 Ox?5 ti 0 Chicago .. .. nun mi 2 ii 0 0- 2 10 4 Batteries: Adams. LetteM and Osb ivt. .7t;? ..27 tit; 7 .683 .4M Ml ,2X? Mi L WORLD son; Mclntyre, Ifeffc, and Nicdham. Time, I..H?. Umpires, O l?y and llfiinan. BOTH MANAGERS PROTEST. Orethahan Switchea His Team After Reds Make Five Runt. CINCINNAI. OHIO. May 2. ?AI Umt conclusion of today's game. In which < in. innati defeated St Units H to i. ;wo IWBttalt wire tiled with Prcsl BBBI l.wicli of the National League. Manager Mn snahan. of St. laMta, pro !.s!<<l tin- BftaBBt alleging that Metiin i ins was ineoiiipeieut and that his til I teleaa made the game a farce. President HanaBBB, Ihe t'lnriniiati Scam. protested again:.! llrexnahan's making the game ridiculous by - wit < hing his men to unuswal places after Cincinnati scored five runs in the Bret tuning. ?core: It H ? Cincinnati . . . 5 " I? 1 1 I 1 1 X 9 ll 4 S,. Louis . ...lBBSBBSSB?j g I ? latteries Itoyau and M. I., a.. and Clarke; Corrldon, O'liara and Phelps; Kelly and llrcHiiahan I'tnpire: Me QIbbIbb Time:'2 hours. "Bit) Si*" In Fine Form. IIKOOKLVN. N. Y., May 2. Tho New York? won from Jiroolyn teday ?; to i>. hy good hitting and by taking aihauiagu Of Scanloti's wlldticHH anil poor support, roiir fasl double plays were lidding features. Score: It H ? Nag York _lHilln22un -? S 4 Brooklyn .. . .0 ii n 0 8 0 BB B ?4 I it I ta i 'erics: MataeateoB and Myers wd Wilson; Scnnlon and ncrgen. em? pires: ll'gler and Kmslle. Time: l:Sf Phil lie* Win Slugging Match. BOSTON, MA.S.. May 2.--Philadel? phia won iroui I los ton In an exciting game today. !? to I. Itoston tied the score In the first inning when Moian stole home, noiii nines battled hard in the second and piled up numerous runs. Collins sending in three ahead of himself by a home run with the bases full. Score: R H K Boston .161 niHinno?8 in 2 I hiladelp'iin. ItSSBSBBB?I 12 1 (latteries: llrown. Mat tern. Frock and Ormham; McQalliaa, Moran. Moore and DoflfB. Time: 2:06. I'm l>ires: .lohnstoue and ..oran. SOUTHERN LEAGUE At Nashville?Nashville. 6: Mem phis, t. At New Orleans ? New Orleans. 3; .Montg mery. 7. A; Itirmingham? ItlilMINOllAM. 2; Mobile. 4. V Chattanooga?Chattanooga, &; Atlanta, i You Can Have a Model Kitchen as cool and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke, no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. The New Per/ectiori KICK BLLE t I * "*1 ? Oil Cook-stove is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the moat elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in a second. Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top. with collapsible rests, towel rack, and every up-to-date feature imaginable. You wsnt it, be? cause it will cook any dinner and not beat the room. No heat, no smell, no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes to csrry out. It does away with the drudgery of cooking, and make* It a pleasure. Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it, be? cause they can immediately have a quick fire, simply by turning a handle. No half-hour preparation. It not only ie leas trouble than coal, but it costs lees. Abeolutely no smell, no smoke; and it doesn't heat the kitchen. rea?s*Wen Perfec^oa. The nickel finish, with the ruf blue of the enameled chimneys, makes the stove ornamental and attractive Made with I. ? and J burners ; the I and 3-burner stovrs can be bad with or without Cabinet. Kerrydealer nsi?hetv: if net at jsws, writ* ter PesutsiOes Circular t* the asarew sstne of I he Standard Oil Company InmipeieOed) aVswcb Saaesvn 5 'efr?T^p?ssTiii?^ Ham brqS ?r INCORPORATED $1.50 .Books, 48c liACGHKR ?>f AN'MK UTTLK SHKPHKKI- ? HEARTS or THK i t; THE MYSTKRY A MILLION A MINI K Mtp) t'OMK ST1LLM A> A LITTLE SATAN Mil MASK . OP- THE SO! TH .MrCntcheoe .rna. Jr. Kramer Wt.it.. and Adams I troialas Thurs'n* SPECIAL NOT,Ct?Owe Mirel.n Usdenstsr and Corset Desert mowt New on Th.ra Floor. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday. New York, 3. Washington. 2 (ten inning*). Philadelphia, 7; Hoston. 6. St. l/ouis, I; Cleveland. 2, (eleven Innings?. DearottCfsJaeejO. raiu. Results Sunday. Chicago. 4; Detroit, 3. Cit rSftSBw, St Louis, 1. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs Won L st Pet. Philadelphia. I * J*? 1>< troll . 8 5 t?15 New York . ? I Cleveland . K ? *W1 Hoston . 7 7 .500 Chicago . I ? ???<*? Washington . 5 W :t;!;! St. Louis . a M 231 Where They Play Today. Detroit it Chicago. Boetoa nt Philadelphia. Cleveland at St. Louis. Washington at New York Athletics Rally In Ninth. P1IILADKLPHIA. PA.. May 2.? boston was defeated this afternoon by a ninth inning rally in Philadel? phia, the latter scoring ."? runs ou ."? hits ami an error making the score 7 to 6. Score: lit H E Ponton.<?:i t? i? l< o I 2 i> <i ti 3 Philadelphia ..11 eBBBBSS?I 14 3 llatterles Cicotte. Wood and C;ir rigan; Plank and Thomas. Time: LS, Umpires; Kgan and Evans. Naps Win Third Straight. ST. LOl'IS, MO.. May 2. -Cleveland made It three straight today by de? feating St. I .on' . 2 to 1 in eleven innings. A base on halls to 1 ajole. a .''irglc by Lord and Kasterly's double Drought in the winning run. Score: R H E ? St. Louis. .SS1SSSSSS0S?1 I I Cleveland SSSS1SSSSS1?I !? n Hatterics: Strcmmel and Stepheiis; Linke IM Kasterly. Time: l:BL Um? pires: Perriiio ami O'Loughlin. Hard Luck Follows Nationals. NEW YORK. May 2 Mcllrldes muff of ldi|MBIa*l fly In the ninth inning of today's game etiatiled the HtghlaadJars to tie the Washington and in the tenth the locals won MM IM I lein ph ill's triple and Chase's single. Score R H K Washington BSBSSSSSSS?I I 3 New York ..BSSSBtSl 11?I 7 2 ITattariaa Jntaaoa and street: Yaiighan. Warhop and Mitchell Um piras: Dtaeen ami Connoly. Time: 2:15. VIRGINIA LEAGUE Danville. 1; Portsmouth. I Norfolk. 1?; Lynchhurg. .1. Hoanoke. 10; Richmonu. it. Stading of the Clubs. Clubs. Won Lost Pet. Portsmouth .7 1 .875 Norfolk .:t 2 aal Roanoke .4 3 .571 Lynchburg .3 4 .450 Richmond .4 I .445 Danville .1 7 .135 Where They Play Today, Richmond at Roanoke. Lynchburg at Norfolk. Portsmouth at Danville. COLLEGE GAMES Georgetown Beats Virginii. \v \SH!.\c,T(>\. d. ("..May 2.? ^frr-orgetnwn I'niversity lowered the colors of t*o University of Virgini.-v in their second baseball gam* of the seal ii here today The score was .'. to 2. Oorgetown with Ralzer pitch lag. took tl?e lead in the fourth, scor ing two rons and never was headed. The Virginians onthit the George? town players, but the hits wero scat? tered snd err rs proved costly. Score: R H ? Ge rgetown . 2 ?> 0 2 0 0 o 1 s?5 7 2 Virginia ... 1 ? 0 1 0 t? 0 o u?2 !? 4 Batteries: ItalzT and MrConner; Robtnson and Roan. L South Atlantic League At C< lnnrbia?Columbia. 1. Jack? sonville, g. At Savannah ?Savannah. 2. Ma OB, ? At Angnsta?AusrusU. 6. Columbus, 14. Bt??BJBJBB)ayaBwWBJBe%^ CAROLINA ASSOCIATION At Orr^nville-^;rc?*B?lllc. 3. Grrea**jr?rt?. ? At Wiaston-Sabm?WInsloa Bail Ss> 2: CSartotte. 8. Bartwnoc* Grain Market. HAI.TIMORR. MD. May 2 ? WWEAT -quiet, snataem oa grsd?-. O0/k\ **oedy ?pot. ?ISs\ Of - duB No : white. 4?4s4JV Bs. nviea). ?7a47V, Tt'K flat. No 3 western ' Cook With Owe. ireman'a Rasaar. April J* to Jas* Try O H S Basses Caak With Oeav MARKET IS DEPRESSED (ConHnurd from Fourth Page). Western Maryland .44 wvMiriKhouse Kb < trie . Western Union.M Wheeling & l^ak- Kile. Chicago Grain Market. CltlOAC.O. ILLS., May 2.?Ptexlie !tioiiH of freezing ten pern tare* for to? night formed |>art CM an array of in tlui'iicoK that aeotrallaed today In the when pit, the beerten effect of t**> erat rain in the w**l and southwest. 'An unexpected largf <!??< roast- in the I visible supply was coupled wi?i a private estimate that the total winter wheat yield would he less than 4<''i. noii,. bushels ?? against 44>;.3?i;,ih?o bushels, according to rfflcials figures last year. The market rJocod steady, but %?.% [la H net lower than last night. Corn finished V* cent 10 l'**V? cent up: oats, i* cent lower to *K'i'a ce"t higher, and nrovisioaa oft t1*f>M. Articles U|>eii High CaatM Vsheat? Mav .. 1117',-i IM*, 1*714 1"8 jiiv .. m% IWK i?m MM4 sept. .. in? m% m Mm Corn Mny .. 58 :.:??'?? M *Hk July .. t;iT? i -.'h ';i7h <;2*? Sept. .. ?3V, Ml* <>'>'* ?*% Oat*? May .. Hin II? ttVli UM July .. 3'j7* W% 3m I"1/*, Sept. .. 3?% ::>7s 38?** 38<?s Mesa Pork, per bbl.? May .. atJ* ?-IlJM July .. um 217". tijn%itn Sept. .. 21.h2v2i V 2I.IO 21.80 Lard, per 100 lbs May .. 12.30 12 40 12.25 12.40 July .. IS.l7ttl2.23 12 o?'-it2.22V! Sept. .. 12.12'?i2 2" 1-05 12.20 Short Ribs, per 1C0 lbs.? May .. 12 05 12.21 12 05 12 M .lulv .. 12.92H12.14J Il.t4 IS.97M Sept. .. 12.10 |j 10 I1J71.11.9I New York Money Market. NKW YORK. May I ? Monev on call, strong. 3Ual per cent: ruling t'.ite. fi: closing bill, 1V4; ottered at I ':? Time loan.-, dull and firm: sixty days and ninety days. I'^atU per cent; six months. , 1 f?-4. Close: Prime mercantile paper. IIH>I per cent; sterling exchange steady at the iodine, with ictual bus? iness In bankers Mill at I 81.25a 4.84.50 for sixty day bills, and at 4.?7.50 for deman.! tVmoierrial bills 4.x::-i?a4.84?4. Rar silver, 5l>4. Mexi? can dollirs. 44. Cotton Market. NEW YORK. May 2?Cotton?sipot closed (julet; middling uplands. 1525: middling g tlf. 15.50: sales. 173,?Oo bales. Futures opened and closed steady. Open High Ix>w Close M?y .. . 14 7* 14.85 14.78 14.81 June .. .-14.74 14.74 11.70 July .. . 14.64 14.B9 14 59 14.62 Aug .. . 14.? MJt 13.98 14.0? ?Sept. .. . I3JC-13.11 Oct. .. . ItM 12.75 12.6? 12.6? Ihc -. . 12.49 12 55 12 49 12.52 .fan. .. . 12 45 12.5tt 12.50 12.4? | March . . 12.45-? SKIN HUMOR 25 YEARS "Cuttcura did wonders for me. For twenty-five yean I stiffenM agotiv from a terrible humor, completely cnvr,.n< my head, neck and -houlder-. m awea to my wife. 1 Ux-am* an object of dread. At large exptnise I consult.-. 1 tb<- BSOat ?bl<? doctor* far and near. Their treat m*nf was of no avail, nor was that of thn-Hospital, during six month-.' efforts. I suffered on and coc lad there was no help for me this side i>f the grave Then I heard of -onv> on" who had been cured br Cuticura Reme ciine and thought that a trial could 'lo no harm. In a <urpnsingtr short 1 was compl<?tr>iv cured. S. P. Krviv 117 CongressSt.. Boston, Mass..Oct. 09T PACE COVERED WITH P1MPLE5 _ "I congratuiat?. Cnticora upon mr ape^dv m-owv from p:mpl?\.< which eorer^d my face I nsed t'utieur* Sosp. Ointment and Rnsolrmt for tm dsrs and my f?cr c!*>*red and I am norfrriir well. I had rrwl doctors for wroraJ months l-i? got no results. Wm. J. Ssdlier. I si 4 S i-o-iehann* Ave.. Ph.la deipbia. May I. looa." EISEVMAVS NEW IN-*" STEP STRAP PIMP For Ladies. which insures against slipping at the heel, bulging at the sides. Makes the foot look small and dalaty. Carried in welts and turn* Pat. colt. Demi and Russian cou. Any wtotb yon you desire. EISENMAN'S SHOE PALACE, 2wrh St. A Waaftirtfta* Ava. Hampton, PRESIDENT TAFTS PET BILL IS THREATENED Insurgents Get Control and the Railroad Measure is Disfigured, WASHINGTON, 1). C. May .2 ? President Tali's railroad legislation vtill hi- emasculated At the close of a protracted eonferenee of leading "regular ' Kei'iibliean senators lonighi it was apparent thai the revolt of the tenate "Insurgents" had been virtualj y successful and that the section or he hill relative to traffic agreements nd merger which Senator Cummins! .nd other insurgents have been tifile1-* ng to amend, will be abandoned. t ITacticany nothing distinctive oil he original bill will remain save the4 ections providing lor the creation of court of commerce. Even that has ad a perilous time in the house and obody. tonight is prepared to Kuaran ee that it will M enacted. ! In fact the differences between the pnate and bouse are so great that. 1 view of the radical action decided pon by senate leaders tonight, it' rould surprise nobody if the entire ill should fail in cor.f? retice. So serious became the situation of He bill late today thai President Taft inisell. at Pittsburg, was advised of ie situation by Senator Aldrich. I aa Despairing of patting the bill Brough the senate in.tiie form in Which it was reported from the com-, SPECIAL NOTICES. ML K. LBS ROBINSON. DENTIST.j M. W. Cor. Washington avenue and ' Twenty-eighth street. 4.7. t WE BUT AND SELL OLD BILLS; I also collect them on commission.: MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE AS? SOCIATION, Room 2, Coleinan BMg _,_.-11 DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREEi of charge by C H. SCHOFIELD, 'Phone S4-L, Hampton. Va. TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS' , fer; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phonen,; Citz. and Bell, ?3. j j NOTICES. -.????(' At a meeting of the Demo-1 cratie Committee for the first Con ] ifnaatoaal Diatrict of Virginia 1 held on the lSth uay of April, 1910,j i' was ordered that the Democratic primary election to nominate a. .-andidale for Representative in tne Sixty-second Congress, shall be held] between the hours of sunrise andi sunset on the Utk day of August,' 19H?. And that all persons desiring; (o bt.come candidate in said primary,! shall give notice in writing to the' chairman of this committee of such! Intention, accompanied by the sum ->f five hundred dollars on or before the 21st day of May 1910. T. J. [?OWNING, Chairman, P. O. Lan? caster, Va. 5-3. j NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the] stockholders and directors of the Citizens Telephone & Telegraph Com-, pany at Newport News. Va.. on May 4th. 191o, at 12 o'clock m. to transact: such business as may be legally brought before each meeting. CITIZENS TELEPHONE A TELE? GRAPH CO. j N. C. WATTS. President. UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE Office and Showroom 234-23? 25th St 'Phone 51. Res. 110. J. HUGH CAFFEE *TNERAL D1RKCTOR AND EM balmer. Office 'Phones, Bell and CRa No 1. Residence, Bell No. 41 \ 1-20-tf. RESTAURANTS. HUNGRY? REMEMBER THE DELJMONT GOOD MEALS ON SHORT ORDERS. ANTIQl'E FURNITURE AirPAIPCO AND REMODELED. ALSO AL? WAYS A FEW PIECES FOR SALE. NEW FURNITURE MADE TO OR? DER. OLD FURNITURE REPAIR? ED. UPHOLSTERING. Am W. ROUNDS Cabinet Mskee ana Wood Career EH and 237 Thirty fourth street. SM I. f. TUL fit tor* Wltb WANTED. I WANTKD KXPr.RIKNCKIt SALES tad tea and milliners. BOSTON , STORK. 2!?08 Washington Ave. 5 WANTKL)? fO Bl'Y SMALL FARM near Newport News or Hampton. Give full particulers and lowest cash price. Address "!M'YKR." Mos, MS, New|iort News. Va. 4. WANTKl) TO RBNT, FURNISHED room, on West avenue, to young man. Address "L," caru Daily Press. 6. WANTKL)?FIFTY YOUNG LAD IKS to help conduct the "Firemen's Bazaar," week of April 3u, to May 7. Address, M. K. KABRICK, Sec? retary of Bazaar. 5-4. WANTED ?HAULING OF ALL kinds, aapafIttll furniture K. C. SlilKLDS, z40l Chestnut avenue. ' Bell phone 371. 7-13. , WANTED?YOU TO CA1L ON, I 'phone or write C. B. NKLtoS, room I 103 Silsby Building, 2700 V'ashing I ten Ave., when you wish tt borrow 6 per cent money, or buy t dwel? ling. You can save by seei >g him. 7-1. WANTED?HOUSE REPAIR WORK, Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt attention. C. P. KAGLK, Heath's, Mil Wash. Ave. Bell Phone 71. 8-tf. WANT KD?TO BUY, SKLL OR EX change, furniture and stoves C. W. LEWIS, SMI Hunt.ngtou Ave. FOR SALS-. POS SALE -ONE FRKSH 4 GAU Ion cow. Apply 1210 Twentieth street. 7. FOR SALE?"O WHAT IDS DO j For a Girl Like You," "Has Any? body Hero Seen Kelly." "Playing I llookev," potmfcV sheet music. GKO j I). HAMPTON PIANO CO., 210 Twenty-eighth street. tf. i FOR SALK -17S ACRE FARM. 0 I miles from fine market of New I port News and Hampton. Splen? did corn, hay and trucking land. I new 7 room dwelling and consid? erable timber. Only $14 per acre. Improvement worth $1.500. SOM i M SEVILLE TRU8T CO.. inc. 4. FOB SALE?22i ACRES GOOD land with $200 worth timber and improvements, on main road. Good neighborhood; naturally drained. Onlv MM. Terms. SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO., Inc. 4. FOR SALK?ONE SKCOND-HAND single horse wagon. Price ?20; also leather trimmed buggy, m good con? dition. Price $25. MILLER & GLKASON. Huntington Ave. and Twenty-eighth street. 6. l'OR SALK?4J HORSE POWER UP right engine, manvill and saw, $30. JOE AIREY, Box 72, Aireyville, Va. 5. 1 OR SALE?MATERIAL IN 4 buildings. Valuable lumber for re? building. Good condition. Very cheap. SOMMERVILLE TRIST CO.. Inc. 4. FOR SCREEN DOORS, SCREEN windows, whitewash line, guaran? teed rubber hose cheap. W. W. H ENDRICKS' Hardware, Cor. Twenty-fourth and Jefferson. Bell 'phone 116. tf. FOR SALE - BRIGHT AND ATTRAC tive home on Twenty-eighth street, near Madison Ave. Very cheap; terms. SOMMKKVILLK TSUST, CO.. Inc. 4. FOR SALE?8 ROOM HOUSE ON Forty-eighth street near water. Reduced to $2.4iMt. Easy terms. No loan on it. SOMMKKVILLK TRUST CO.. Inc. 4 FOR RENT. FOR RENT THREE-ROOM FLAT, modern conveniences. Apply 221 ihirtv-tiftb street. 5. FOR RENT OR SALK?-FIRST class restaurant, with or without < quipmcnt. doing good ousiness: will be sold at sacrifice. For in formation address "QUICK"' this office. SI. FOR RENT?TWO NICELY FUR nishrd rooms, bath and 'phone, 12" Twenty-eighth street. 4. FOR RENT-FOUR LARGK ROOMS, with bath ami range; all modem conveniences. Apply 3213 Wash ington Ave. 4. KOR RENT-LARGE FURNISHED room, betb; best location overlook? ing river; reasonable. Add re... "Q." imily Press ofEc*:. tf. FOUND. POUND LOCKET, INITIALS "J W." containing iwo pictures. Owner ran have same by applying at thi* office and laying charges. 4. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ft42EMTS MAKING $5e TO $2?< weekly with our new substitute for sbv machines SHARP MK.i CO. 42? Siaih Ave.. N. T. 3. HELP WANTED?MALE. WANTED SHIP JOINERS. PAY from $2 So to $3.5$ per day. and galvanised Iron workers, pay from $2 24 to $3 2S per day. Apply di reet or address the MOAltli m LABOR KM PAYMENT. U. g Navy Yard. Norfolk. Va. 4. BSNTBJT WORM AN LASSITE R. ft. O. MB Twwegy-nftn *? ?*< OBJaa Meere I a s. U t a ?*n 'rw-eoa ttS CANDIDATE S CARDS. FIRST WARD. To the Voter? of First Ward: I respectfully announce my candi? dacy for the Hoard of Aldermen, First Ward, subject to the bemu cratic Primary. Your vote and sun port will be appreciated. Kcs|>ectfully, J. K. WILKINS. To the Voters of the First Ward: i hereby announce myself a candi? date for the Common Council from the First Ward subject to the Democrat Primary. If nominat? ed and elected 1 pledge myself to Support the bebt interests of tho whole paopM. ii. a. doty. td. ji To the Voters of the First Ward: I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination for re-election to tho Common Council from the First Ward, subject to tho Democratic Primary. Respectfully. 7 j. J. UIKADLK. To the Voters of First Ward: I respectfully announce my candi? dacy for the Hoard of Aldermen, First Ward, subject to the Dennr cratic Primary. M. H. LASH. To the Voters of First Ward: I respectfully announce my candi? dacy for the Common Council, First Ward, subject to tho Democratic Primary. Your vote and influence will he appreciated. J. RKYNEK. SECOND WARD. To the Voters of Second Ward: I respectfully announce my candi? dacy for nomination for member of Hoard of Aldermen of the Second Ward, subject to the Democratic. Primary. Your vote and supi>ort earnestly solicited. J. W. JACKSON. THIRD WARD. To the Voters of the Third Ward: I hereby announce myself a candi? date for the Hoard of Aldermen from the Third Ward, subject to the Demo? cratic Primary. Your vote and sup ]K>rt will be highly appreciated. Resi>ectfully, td. W. H. RUCKKK. To the Voters of Third Ward: I hereby announce myself a candi? date for member of Common Council, Third Ward, subject to the Democrat? ic Primary. If nominated and elect? ed I promise to give the office mv very best attention. Your vote and support respectfully solicited. Sincerely, R. W. WEST. FOURTH WARD. To the Voters of the Fourth Ward: At the solicitation of a number of citixens of the Fourth Ward I am a candidate for the Board of Aldermen from said ward, subject to the Demo? cratic Primary. Your support and vote is desired and will be appre? ciated. WALTER H. LIYEZEY. td. To the Voters of the Fourth Ward: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Hoard of Aldermen in the Fourth Ward, subject to tho Democratic Primary to be held May 7. 191(1. Your vote and influence solicited. 6. D. W. WHEELER. To the Voters of the Fourth Ward: I hereby announce my candida< y for the Common Council from tho Fourth Ward, subject to the Demo? cratic Primary. Your support ij earnestly desired. R. M. NELSON. i To the Voters of Fourth Ward: I hereby announce my candidacy lor re-election to Common Council, Fourth Ward, subject to the Demo? cratic 1 rimary. Your vote and sup l>ort will be heartily appreciated. Respectfully, L. J. HOLLING. To the Voters of the Fourth Ward: I hereby announce ray candidacy for the Common Council from the Fourth ward, subject to th Democratic Pri I mary. Your vote and support will I be highly appreciated. THOS. J. Ht NDLEY. LEGAL NOTICE. VIRGINIA IN THE CORPORATION Court for the City of Newport News, the 2nd. day of May. A. D. lsl". I?ettie C Christian .Complainant Against. F. F. Finch. Martha A. Finch. Ameri ? an Kxcbange l ark, R. W. Per kins. Trustee and J. E. War? ren .l>efendants. The object of this snit is to pay to he parties entitled thereto, or into our, the amount of a certain note Irawn by (he said complainant to he said Martha A. Finch and F. F r'lnch. secured by a deed of trust of .-ecord in the clerk's office in deed >ook .V pace 309. and to obtain bi? rder of this court from the said nistec and the beneSelary under said 'eed of trust, a rilassi of the Hen of he said deed of trust from the .roperty therein described. And it tppranna to the court from the re urns on the summon heretofore is -oed in this cause, that the defendant ' F. Finch cannot be found In this ?late, i he said P. P. Finch Is not I ?cd to appear at the rules to be lolden on the third Monday In June it. and do what Is necessary M woteet his interest ia this suit. And ? is ordered that a ropy of this or er be published in the Hailv Pres? n the Cliv o. Newport News oaee i week for four successive werk?, nd tha- another copy thereof be ?osted a> the front door of the court ouse of taM city on the Srst dar f -be Jun? term <rf ihis rourt ??e?t A for>y. Teste. I), n. SMITH. Clerk. Hv R K MAR ABLE Ivpn'> Clerk CTT * : A88IK. gt a.