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MACHINEST CRUSHED TO DEATH. Injured Internally and was beyond all
_ medic H aid. He was carried to the
?lehmond Man Meats Daath at P'sn company* hospital, where he died a
mchmond Man Meets usatn at rtan ^ ?nutn afteT tne a<.cident with
tng Machine. gaining consciousness.
RICHMOND, VA., June *.?J. 8., K(n)! was u,imarrled. His parents
Xing, a machinist, 39 yeara old. accl- lm. |? peaks. Va. They havo boon
dentally released the brake on a notified of hl? death and will fake
planer, over which he was working, in |ne remains to that place for burial.
the American Locomotive Works, ihiaj
morning, and was crushed to death.
The man's terrified screams bronghi
a ruah of employes, who quickly
shut oft the power, but King had been
Just Try O. H. 8. SpeclaL /
Cook With Uas.
TYPEWRITER
HOSPITAL
FOR ALL MAKES OF MACHINES.
TYPEWRITERS RENTED, SOLD
or REPAIRED
WE PUT A RIBBON ON YOUR MACHINE FOR 75c ANY COLOR.
CHAS. C. EPES & BRO.
Be!l Phone 934 2909 Wash. Ave.
IT'S WORTH WHILE
ROPING IN!
That ex'ra 2 per cent,
and saving that 1.6
per cent, taxes by tak?
ing your money out
of bank and buying all
the stock you can in
'TTuiualllome SSannes Association
Fend or write for first edition our bhw booklet,
entitled "How to Increase Your MoneyV Earning
Power to ? Per Cent.'
THE BELL O THEATER
1h* Horn? of High |p*~3%1 Class Amussmsnt
SHEAFFER Sisters Henry McC?nTHY
Singing. *Dsncing and Bisck Face. Monologues
Recitations. And Songs.
ETHEL VAN-0RDEN &
COMPANY
A REFINED COMEDY SKETCH. ENTITLED, "A PRINCE OF
LIARS."
INfcSW FEATURE PICTURR8
f Aa Admission Matinee. Ladles Cat
*w?sp -and Children- OC
Medals and Graduation
Presents
NOW !? TMeT TIME TO SELECT THEM, AND PALMERS IS THE PLACE.
?SM AND SELECT THEM NOW SO AS WE CAN ENGRAVE THEM j
fdCELV FOR YOU. A PIECE OF JEWELRY FROM THIS STORE NEV?
ER DISAPPOINTS, ?
J.J.Palmer'sSons
2704 Washington Avenue
Tfce LeadlDD Jewelers fetabUshetf 1991
Nasssssssssllllllll..llHsHal
Duglas Led League in
Batting During Mk\y
Thirteen of the Ofty-six players of|phla hi- probably will take his regu
the Peninsula league batted .300 or
more during the month of May. There
were four such players on the North
Bud team, four on the Athletics, two
mi Hampton and four on Kort Mon?
roe. Ooble topa the list with 1,000.
but he was at the bat only onCe and
then made one hit. Duglas is really
the league leader, with .546. Patton
is next with an average of .533, and
Read follows with an even .500. Kont
is slugging et .411 and Pat O'Hara is
hitting .417. l<cwis Is hitting .333, and
Stuart is batting at .300
North End leads the league is hit?
ting with an average of .345 for the
four games played in May. The Ath
letics are second with an average of
,2.15. and Hampton and Port Monroe
are tied with an average of .22? eaca.
North Knd leads the league in stolen
bases, having 23 to its credit, an
average of nearly six a game. The
Athletics have stolen elg*it bases.
Ifasaptai five, while Fort Monroe 1?
not credited with any stolen bases.
Batting Averages of Teams
Polewlug are
of <he teams:
tlir batting averages
Teams
North Knd .
Athletics ...
Hampton ...
Kort Monroe
AB
135
13?
148
.135
II SB SA Pet.
33 23
32 8
34 5
31 0
.34?
.235
.229
.22?
Individual Batting.
Following |s the individual batting
of the players of the Peninsula
League:
North End.
Players AB H Pet
Read . 14 7 .ttOO
Richardson . 4 2 .600
Reynolds . 2 1 .600
Bryan . 7 3 .438
Simpson .11 3 .2/2
Hudson .11 3 .31A
Sliswen .I? 4 .360
Maloney.13 3 .230
Mel'liire . 4 1 .250
E. Monfalcone. 5 1 .200
Taylor.16 1 .063
Nossen. 3 0 .000
Bryant . 1 o .000
Athetetics.
Players AB H Pet.
Patton. 15 8 .633
Clarke . 2 1 .600
P. OTlara.12 5 .417
Stuart .10 3 .000
Hants .17 5 .2*4
Roaten .14 3 .214
J. O'Hara . 13 3 .23U
Baken . 8 2 .222
M Monfalcone. 5 1 .200
Acton .HI 0 .000
Melvin . 10 0 .000
Roth. 7 0 .000
Malone. 4 0 .000
Davis . 1 n .000
Hughes.3 I .00U
Hampton.
Players AB H Pet.
Lewis .18 o .333
Cunningham .10 3 .300
Joynes .14 ( .28a
Wcymoutli .11 .'! .2/2
Buchanan. 17 5 .23o
Jackson . 18 4 .222
H. Curtis . 14 3 ,233
liri'tingham.15 2 .133
IWestll .10 1 .100
Burbank _ ?. 3 0 .000
Fori Monroe.
AB
1
11
4
17
15
It
9
3?
IS
9 ?
IS
. 3
2
3
4
Players
Goble.
DngUs .
Crain .
Kent .
Cooke .
Brown .
Maddox v .
Derrlsh.,
Hemmingway ..
Raymond -
Mom oe .
Wilson .
Button .
King .
Putman .
W'instcad. 10
Coinford. 1
Team Fielding Averages.
The Athletics lead the league
teem flcldtng. their percentage being
01" Fort Monroe is second with a
percentage of .909; North End Is
third with a percentage of .8*8. and
Hampton brings up the rear with a
pecentage of K15 Following ace the
team fielding average*:
Trams PO
Athletics. M
Fort Monroe. 1?7
North End . lug
Hampton . M
Pat
1.000
.64?
.600
.411
.200
.273
.222
.2/2
.16?
.10?
.0*?
.000
imo
.oou
.000
.000
,?oo
lar turn in the box. if there is any
weakness on the team it is behind the
bat.' McUraw has not been able to
find a successor to Hresnahan, but
Meyers and Schlei are fairly good
substitutes.
Frank Chance's Cubs are playing
brilliant ball now ' and are rapidly
drawing away from ail of the teatna
except New York. With the acquisi?
tion of Mciutyre and Richie, the cuos
have the best pitching staff in
the National League. Hoffman is
contributing much to the success of
tbe team by his terrific hitting.
Cincinnati has two players who are
bating at .345 and three others wbo
are hitting nearly 299. Bescher, who
is swatting at .34"., is stealing bases
almost at will this season and Indica?
tions are that he wll again lpad tbe
league in stolen bases this year.
While |t wasn't at all necessary,
the Chicago White Sex nave another
evidence of their riKtit to the t'tlc
the ??hitless wonders" by making
three runs on one hit Friday and heat.
1ng the New York Yankees 3 to 1.
"Jap" Barbeau, the former Pirate
third baseman, who figured in the
trade between Pittsburg and St.
Louis last season whereby Plt'sburg
secured "Bobby" Bryne. has been re?
leased to the minors. Bill Abstein,
who was released to the St. Louis
American league Club by ?Pittsburg
at the end of last season also has
wandered back to the minors.
Hans Wagner is hatting in the .210
class now. None of the older fellows
on the Pittsburg team have been ao,e
to get into condition this year on ac?
count of the continued cold weather
and this accounts for the present
standing of the Pirates.
Ty Cobb is slowly gaining on La
joie In batting* and only about .038
por cent separate the players now
with the Frenchman in the lead.
Speaker, of Boston, is hitting at .336.
Murphj, of the Athletics, also is hit?
ting at 321, but Collins is hitting only
250.
Martin Walsh, brother of Big Ed,
of the Chicago White Sox, pulled off
an almost unheard of performance at
Portsmouth last Monday morning, tie
gave eleven bases on balls, hit four
batsmen and allowed only two hits and
yet shut Portsmouth out.
Roanoke is fast pulling ahead in
the Virginia League and unless the
other teams show decided improve?
ment this month the Tigers will have
tbe pennant clinched before the
season is much more than half gone.
Kept The King At Home.
"For the past year we have kept
the King of all laxatives?Dr. King's
New Life Pills?in our home and
they have proved a Messing to all our
family." writes Paul Mathulka. or
Buffalo. N. Y. Easy, but sure remedy
all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles. Only 2"c at All Drug*
gists.
Cook With Gas.
7bt Paint That Don't Come Off
irn't that what you want? If It is, buy
a
if
is
ts
M
Pot.
.110
?08
8CN
and you will secure a i?eint that will
not only protect your property, bu;
enhance its values as well.
For Sslc By
S. P. MARSTON,
Newport Newa. Va.
LEE-PATTERSON HARDWARE CO.,
Hampton, Va.
BASEBALL
GOSSIP
J'HiN McGraw's Glaats aro sur?
prising firs Mcfirfaw bles
eeif The Gtaats seem to he
a better hs lanced organisa?
tion than they were last seascn. and'1*7 * fwo ?Wt 'rame
TRI STBES' SALE OF YAH ABLK
DWELLING NO. 31?. TWENTY
FIFTH STREKT.
Default having occurred In tbe pay?
ment of the debt secured to be paid
?44' by a certain deed or tnsst from U F.
Casjtsc.il and W. R, Council to the
Lndrrsigncd 'mstee. recorded la too
l haras ofHce of the Corporation ("our
of the City of Newport Newa Virginia
la deed hook No. 31. page 412. and
having been r~pie*ied so to do by the
beneficiary. I will on SATVRDAY
JUNE 11th. ISM AT 11.3* tVCLOTK
*. af. in front of the SHshy Build
tag No. 27a* Washington avenue, sell
?? pahlic auction to the highest bM
car the following property to-wtl
All that certs la lot of
k
pav ne? the d.hf _
Herklr ,? fining m well at fir-. ba.e sgy %in? ,?? a* -o .^e
while Delvia. Br Id well aad rmyie see wffl be made known on day of taken
playing la their old ttsse style alar- W T ("MAPIN Tnnt.r
ray and Sevaeowr also are kantig ap CIIAP1V N ELMS * ROWTB?. Inc.
to their past recorde aad with Mat- Cries
hrwena
Wilt sr. Am
f'raodsll work lag 'a
team sherwe qp well
to hare a fand ta
hta great
Rar
?he
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
and after 0U> nOwTNlOW SUrJOAOa
--~< ???. ran avails
CHa aad Bali, ft
Watt, Doxey & Walt The Busy Store Watt, Doxey & Watt
June Sale of Women's Tailored Suits!
Startfd in yesterday morning with a rush. These suits ar? hai ds? im ly tailored, right
up-to-date in style and fit. They come *ii neat shepherd's plaid, novelty chevron,
neat stripes and checks, plain gruy serge and pretty Kajah Mit*. This is a remark?
able suit opportunity and the woman who has a reasonable excuse in the fdiape of a
shabby suit, should share in th:s splendid otTering.
Our $12.50 Suits for. $8.98
Our $15.00 Suits for.$9.98
Our $20 00 fults for. $12.95
Our $22.00 Suits for . $14.95
Our $25.00 Suits for.$17.75
Crash Suiting
27 Inch Natural Crash- Suiting,
popular for coat suits and
skirts .19c and 22c
Plaid Crash Suiting
Illark and White Shepherus Plaid,
very serviceable, 27 Inches
wide .29c
White Crash Suiting
36 Inches wide. Cream White
Limn Crash .42c
Linen Suiting
42 inches wide, blue natural and
white.50?
90-Inch Suiting
Made of pure linen, cuts to good
advantage on account of the wide
width. Special .75c
Linen Suiting
27 inches wide, rose, heliotrope,
light blue, tan, champagne, grey
and navy, mercerized Kajah ef?
fect .25c
Hemstitched Table
Cloths
Neatly hemstitched, size 78x->tl
int lies, good assortment of pat?
terns .?1.00
Galatea
While ground with a neat black
?trifS) or check design.lUc
Silks Reduced
Rajah and Foulard Silks, as?
sorted patterns; reduced to ...29c
Durbar Cloth
Comes fen a wide variety of colors
for suits or skirts; wears as well
as linen, 27 inches wide.29c
Shamrock Suiting
A linen finish fabric for white
suits and skirts .121c
Cloverdale Suiting
Another white fabric for suits. lim n
talsh, 36 inches wide .10c
Trunks, Bags and
Suit Cases
Canvas covered trunks,
steel Japant.ed hardware,
tkirt tray, linen Luod, will
stand h?rd usage. $7.00,
?7.50 to $8.50.
Bags, $1.00, $1.35, to $<">.
Suit Cases, 11.00, $1 39
to $0.50.
Lace Collars
Pretty patterns, Dutch ?aUJM, 25c,
50c ?nd 75c.
Black Dutch Collars
Made of heavy baby Irish lace,
fast black, beautiful pattern.,. .50c
Talcum Powders
Colgate's Dactylce.
Colgate's Cashmere. Iloquet.
Colgate's Violet.
Oakley's Corylops's.
Williams' Carnation.
Williams' Violet.
Meaaea's I ,,-r >teti.
Mou.cn'.s ' neat,
Meaaaa ? r* ish Tint.
15c
Watt, Doxey & Watt
2909-11 Washington Avenue
Newport News, Virginia.
WANTED.
WANTED?WHY DON'T YOU Ac?
quire the habit? When you want
KLEEN KLEENING, the way all
good cleaning is done 'Phone
THE HUB, Academy of Music
Clothes called for and delivered in
Hampton also. 7.
DENTIST.
DR. NORMAN LASSITER, DENTIST,
548 Twenty-fifth street
Lady Attendant.
Bell 'Phone 91S-J Citz. 'Phone 412.
LOST.
WANTED?IF YOU HAVE A PAN'A
ma, derby or felt hat that needs
a cleaners attention, why no/
?Phone THE HUB, Academy of
Music. 7.
LOST- LADY'S GOLD WATCH, COM
taining picture of littie boy be
I twen Petzold's Drug Co. and ceme?
tery. Reward if returned to MRS.
F. CL LENZ, 853 Twenty-fifth St.
STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING.
W AN ! ED?FOR A QUARTER A Tha annual meeting of the stock
week we will install a handsome ! no]ders of lne Warwick- Printing
cabinet with comb, brush, whisk Co Inc vin ^ he,d at lhe office of
broom and.kcep you supplied with the companyi 126 Twenty-sixth street,
Large mir- Tuesday. June 14, 1910. at 8 p. m., for
_'? j the transaction of such business as
?????, may properlv come before said meet
WANTED?LADY BOOKKEEPER ing. L. E. Pl'GII, Secretary,
and stenographer. Must be accurate. May 14, 1910.
at figures. Address "C," care 1 >a'1 v
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE?SOME REAL I1AR
gains in real estate: No. 120 Thir?
ty-fifth street, park in front; 210
Thirty-second street, concrete build?
ing, only t2,jp0; 216, Thirty
first street, store and flat, build?
ing, only $."?ini (Cost $1.50ii); 219
Forty-eighth street, $3.000; 3L>,
Fiftieth street, 2 lots, extra nice
home; 1118. Twenty-sixth street, I
rooms. 2 lots. $1.700; $2oo cash and
US monthly. 1212 Twenty-filth
street. 8 rooms and furnace, only
$1.600. SOMMERVILLE TIMS,
CO., Inc. 8.
soap and clean towels,
ror in door of cabinet.
Press
AGENTS WANTED.
! WANTED?ALL KINDS OF FRUIT ?
and produce. W. E. JONES CO..
Baltimore, Md. Look us up. 6 1 tf !
-j
WANTED?POTATOES, CABBAGE,
beans, etc. GERRISH BEOS., Com?
mission Merchants, Boston, Mass.
*>l-tf.
WANTED ?HAULING OF ALL
kinds, especially furniture K. C.
SHIELDS, Z401 Chestnut avenue.
"Bell 'phone 371. 713.
WANTED?YOU TO CA1 L ON,
phone or write C. B. NKL.v S. room
:03 Silsby Building, 2700 V'ashing
ton Ave., when you wish tt borrow
6 per cent money, or buy ? dwel?
ling. You can save by seeug bim.
7-1.
OOS EVE LT'S MARVELOUS
career and African trip. Authentic,
low-priced book. Liberal terms.
Outfit free. Remarkably easy sell?
er. Many agents mahinz $10 a day.
Ar, miickly. UNIVERSAL HOUSE.
1?I2 Arch St.. Philadelphia. 2-0-7-9-12
HELP WANTED?MALE.
YOUNG WOMEN--PREPARE FOR
postoffice clerks, bookkeepers, steno
graphers and other government
positions. Salary $600 to $1.200.
BUREAU OF INSTRUCTION, 718
Km iicster. N. Y.
MEN?LEARN AUTOMOBILE Busi?
ness. Wages $25 weekly. We teach
by mail. Make $H> weekly while
learning. ROCHESTER AUTO
SCHOOL. 718 Rochester. N. Y.
wanted?house repair work. ,a ksrsd yocNO MEN to LEARN
Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt
attention. C. P. EAGLE, Heath s.
2619 Wash. Ave. Bell Phone 71. Ml.
WANTED?TO BUT. SELL OR EX
ehaa?-*. furniture aad atovee C. W.
LEWIS. 2f.o2 Hoataactoa Ava.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT?NICE HOUSE IN GOOD
condition, bath, hot and cold water.
3X9 Forty-seventh street. Apply to
K C SHIELDS. 24ot Chestnut
Arc. *.
automobile I miness by mail a"d
jrcpare lor positions as chaffeurs
and repair mer We make you cx
r<rt in ten Tr.rrs; assist yon to se
cure position. Pay big; work pleas?
ant; demand for men great: reason
able; write for particulars and
sample leeeon. EMPIRE AUTOMO?
BILE INSTITUTE. Rochester, N
T. 5.
FOR SALE?6 ROOM DWELLING,
with hath and lot. in center of
city Only $l,t>on; $5n cash and $13
monthly. No loan on it. Why
waste your money by paying rent'.'
SOMMERVILLE TRUST CO.. Inc.
FOR SALE?6 ROOM HOUSE NKAR
shipyard, good condition. Only
$1.100; $200 casn and Hi monthly.
No loan. High lot. House newlv
fixed up and painted. Yoii can bay
this with your rent money. SOM?
MERVILLE TRI ST CO., Inc. 8.
FOR SALE?"I NEVER KNEW I
Loved You Till You Said Goodbye.'"
"The Chinatown Rag." and 'That
Italian Rag" Winners in sheet music
QWXX it. HAMPTON PIANO CO..
210 Twcnt-eighth street tf
FOR SALE?200 ACRES LAND. $8
j>er acre, in Southampton County.
Va. Contains loo.OOO feet merchan?
table timber and 175 acres young
timber, mostly pine Rapidly grow?
ing in sfse and value. 5 room dwel?
ling A snap SOMMERVILLE
TRUST CO.. Inc. 9.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ATTENTION. FARMERS?VA.
FRUIT A PRODUCE CO. will ship
your potatoes, etc., without extra
cost. Supply of packages on band.
2304 Washington Ave. g-l-tf.
H. C. HUDSON, M'CCEBSOR TO K.
li iTl
SITUATION WANTED?FEMALE.
FOR RENT?THREE ROOMS. SUIT
able for light housekeeping. Z3*
Pony third street. 7.
FOR RENT?SIX ROOM FURNISH
ed cottage Bockroe Reach for
2iJ. W. H. POWER,
MM
FOR RENT?LARGE FURNISHED
room, bath; heat banattna overlook
has river; -renewable. Address
~Q.~ Dally Frees ease*, tt
WANTED- POSITION AS 8TENO
grapher and typewriter or general
ofhee work. Address "STENO?
GRAPHER." Dally r*ress. 7.
P EST AC RANTS.
builder, carriage and automobile
painting: horseshoeing. general
hlacksmithing. 33C Twenty if to
strcer. BeR phone HC 18-lm
DR. R. LEE ROBINSON. DENTIST.
N. W. Cor. Washington ?renne end
Tweni> eighth etreeC 4.7.
WE BUY AND SELL OLD BILL?;
also collect them on commission
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE AS?
SOCIATION. Room t, Colemaa Bldg
EDUCATIONAL.
Virginia Military Institute
-,f *???? S?ist o? vwe 9n
?at aavtsetar *.fsrstv esse.
asassse r>- ( sjeswacA. bast
eirS-ivm Cl
tattaf**. *s
HUNGRY?
REMEMBER THE
DELMONT
GOOD MEALS ON SHORT
ORDERS.
DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE
of charge by C. H. 8CHOFIELD,
i Phorf? ?4 L. Hampton. Va
!_UN?ERTAKER?.
W.C KOUSC
Office end Showreowi 234 fM 25th St
'Fhoee $1. Raa. *10.
J. HUGH CAFFEE
WUNERAL IMRRTTOR A VT) ftTM
hahner. OSfcr* Fhon?e. Retl aad
CPs No 1 Res!d*aca. Beil No 4i.
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