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Dentist Asks $2,500 Damages
from N.N.&U.P.R.&E.Co.
Purchased Book of Tickets and Con
ductor Declined to Permit Him
Ride?Mrs. Timberlake Sues for
Dr. William H. Pearson yesterday
instituted suit in the t'lrruit Court
agninsl the Newport News A Old
Poiai Railway \ Klectrie Company,
asking lor $2..Mm damages for beinji
put olT of one of the company's ears
while going from his oltloc la blS
residence in Malloty avenue. Hut
Bette A. Lewie is the attorney for
Dr. I'. arson.
Ejected from Car.
Several weeks ago Dr. Pearson
purchased a hook of tickets, which
fhe company had on sale over the
King street line, and when the com?
pany changed the east Hamilton route
through from Queen street to Mai lory
avenue over locust street. It is claim
ed thai the car conductor refused to
accept one of the tickets and. ejected
Dr. Pearson from the car. after the
dentist had declined to pay a five
cent fare. The tickets purchased by
I?r Pearson were later discontinued
and now the dentist sues Tor tin
humiliation he suffered by being
ejected from a car on a ticket-which
he had purchased.
Sues for Divorce.
H> cause she is not yet of are. al
though she is married. Mrs. Km ma
Annie Timberlak.-. yesterday through
Ypt next friend. Oswald Keller, in?
stituted suit for divorce against her
husband. William Clarke Timberlake
Mrs. Timberlake accuses her husband
ol non-support and cruel ami brutal
treatment. She was married in
Phoebus only about a year ago and
is now 1R years old.
B. H. Smith yesterday instituted a
ehancery suit for the division of land
pi'.i : ? Laura Smith, et als.
Vigilance Fire Engine Company, of
York, Pa., to Be Guests This
Headed by a good band and bring
Jng IIa members, the Vigilance Fire
f-ingiie Co. of York. Pa . will reach Old
Point at noon today to be the guest
this afternoon of the Phoebus fire?
men. The visiting laddies will be
met at Old Point by fhe entire mem?
bership of the Phoebus department
end will be brought to the Phoebus
engine bouse on a sjiecial train of
trolley cars. After 'partaking of a
barbecue the visitors will be taken
?in a sight-seeing trip to the National
Soldiers' Horn.-. Normal School an I
Hampton. letter in the afternoon thev
will return to the Phoebus engine
house and will he formally welcomed
to the town, after which a big ban
ouet will be given them. The Penn
sylvanians will leave tonight for York.
~* Body Sent to New Jersey.
Following funeral services In th"
chapel at Fort Monroe yesterday af
ternoon at -1 o'clock, the body of
Private .lames A. Lightbody. who
?lied Wednesday morning in the post
BoepitaL was shipped to Weehaw
kins. N. J.. for burial. Chaplain
>cott conducted the Services.
To shake your
straw hat . ? ?
We are now ready to* show
you fhe most complete line of
Hats for Fall ever shown in
Mot only the newest ahapee
for old and young?but the very
latest styles.
\ Or
Yonr eariy call would be ap?
?Phone 232. 'Phone 244. |
Miss Irma Topping, who im. been;
visiting the Misses Howard, on I.
(um street, has returned to her home
in Newport News.
Miss (iraee K. Huber, of West |
Philadelphia, returned home >ester
day evening, alter spending, ten da>>
with Dr. and Mrs. W. 11. MucCaftrj
on South King street.
The Misses Daly, of Howard street
have as their guest Miss Blanche K
.Madij-an, of Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Lucas and her daughter. Miss
Richmond Lucas. t,f Charloite, N.
are the guests of the Misses Schwel?,
in h\tst Queen street.
Miss Loathe Walker has accepted
the position us cashier in the Virginia)
Life Insurance Couipuny under fill par
intendent John B. Leonard.
kftaa Bliaaheth Maaaeaberi ha
left for a visit to Philadelphia. New
York and Baltimore.
Mr and Mrs. 11. W. Saunders andl
children left last'evening for a visit f
to Baltimore.
Charge D'Affairs of American I
Legation Makes Sensa?
tional Statement.
(Ry Associated Vrenn
PANAMA. Sept. 8 ?In an interview|
tod a y Richard (j Marsh, charge d al
faiers of the American legation, at|
Panama, intimated that if the Pana?
ma governtneiit ignore* the wishes Ofj
Washingto,, the Da Rad States would|
lie compelled to occupy or annex the
republic of Panama.
Mr Marsh's staement was made
a consequence of the evident int>
lion of the libctal jiarty which has
majority in the assembly, to elect as
the next vice-president to till the
ex pared term of the late President |
Ohahli, aa independent ei'izen. Yes?
terday the assembly was occupied |
with a very heated discussion of
matter. Public opinion appears to dis
approve the attitude of the legislativ?
Mr. Marsh made this statement:
"If. in view of all that the American!
government has done for Panama and|
Its great Interests, present and future,
on the isthmus, the Panama ansemtii> ]
and grvernmetit should persistent l>
refuse to accede to the dear wishes]
of the Ameiican government, that gov.
prnment can only adop' sin I means tol
prevent such opposition in the future
as occupation ami annexation"
The foregoing is published in to?
day's papers and has stirred up some
thing of a sensation.
Congregation Of Memorial Baptist]
Church Arranging to Have Big
First Sunday in October.
The congregation of the .Memorial
Baptist church has decided ha hold a
big ' harvest day" on Sunday. October
2, when i; is planned to raise a neat
sum of money for the Virginia Bap?
tist's Ori.han.ige at Sab m The or?
phanage is doing a good work and tnel
Memorial church is anxious to sssist|
the institution^ The "harvest day
committees have ben named by 'he|
church as follows:
Sunday school and church?James I
(iammeli. Taylor Frazer. John Frost,|
M F Riggins and Joseph Moore
" Men's Bible class ? W H. Shackel
ford, O. T Cosby, James Mitchell. W
8. Crockett, J. J. Johnson and II D.
Coil win
Executive'-Elijah Todd. J.ssel
Jlogge. W C Watkins. Fay Collier]
and Ous Ne ties.
Cases Continued.
After hearing a portion of 'he evi
dence Justice Martin Kenney last I
night continued the cases of Rosa]
Macklin and Chris', .pher Ham.
<barged with selling liquor at Ray
Shore, until this afternoon at
Negro Boy It Whipoed.
David Martin, the negro boy ar!
rested for stealing a small hank from
"RuddH ' West, got a sound thrashing
last night and his father paid the
money hack to Mr. West. Magistrate
Smith, who heard the c*?e ?aid tb*
hoy was too young to be sent to jail
Death of Infant
Hugh Carl Foster, the infant eon
of Mr and Mrs II N Foster died in
their honae near Phoehns yesterday
morning The fur<pal was held yes?
terday afternoon
Watch FntWe Cnf Rate prices on
Wines, liquors and yon are a corker
We taeaa to give the goods for the
N, PH(
mim jury
Williamsliurg Mum Faces Court
on Charge of Attempted
Criminal Assault.
WI1XIAM8BURG, VA.. Bent ft
Turn trial <>f John Clowes, charged
wiili attempted criminal assault ?POS
Mrs. Charles Carey on the mghi ot
August 13. was resumed in the t'ir
cull Court here today.
At yesterday's hearing Mrs. Carev
was lho lir.sl witness. She testified
that Clowes was the man who a'
?acked her. and thai In fore doing so
he hud made an .inproper proposal
to her ill the Vestibule of the Idaho
Theatre. Ileconiing frightened at his
words, she started back to w here he
husband was. Clowes followed hei
diagonally acoss the Street, and ihe
alleged assault followed
The man. she said, held her bf
her left arm and put the other aboip
her body, dragging and lifting her to
wards a fence She struggled to free
herself, when some one approached,
and the man turned her loose. She
then told inr has ha ad she was a
very reluctant witness under the rii' l
cross-examination of the defendant's
attorneys. The other witnesses yes
terday were C. K. Ca&y and c T.
Morris, who board with the Careys.
They corroborated Mr< Carev's slate
m.'tits as lo her condition aft^r the
alleged assault.
Merrill K?ster, a youth, who Is one
of the most itu|>ortaiit witnesses, tes
tilied today to seeing the alleged at
tack on the woman, and said he saw
her struggling to free herself from
the man's grasp. He was a strong
witness for Ihe prosecution and the
cross-examination did not shake his
evident e. The hearing Is still being
lohiluctod behind closed doors, much
to the disappointment of ihe crowds
about the building.
The trial will continue throughout
t. r. barsTorimer
(Continued from First Page.)
expression of distasle for his presence
no sign of such disquiet appeared.
With the usual untroubled brow
and his customary suavity of cxpros
sioti. he courteously declined to com?
ment to newspaper men on what, to
many seemed a linkst extraordinary
The news of Colonel Rooseveirs de?
mand of the Hamilton Club delegation
that they inform Senator l?rimer <?!
his ultimatum was given to Senator
!>orimer when he reached his office,
by the press committee in the Lav
Salle street Hank He had just ar
ttral from his summer home in Hy
stake Hay.
A hurried resume of the dispatches
from Kroeport MM given him by news?
paper men and a statement was ask?
ed from him.
Committee Returns.
"Is that g/)?" said Senator Lari?
mer. "This is the first I had heard of
it. No, no, I have nothing whatever
to say. Nothing at all."
He turned from the group, con?
versed with his secretary and then en?
tered his private office.
When th, delegation of Hamilton
Club members arrived at Wells street
dei>ot they were Informed that Snatnr
liorimer would not attend the ban?
The committee's intelligence did no
come officially, but was accepted as
The delegation breahed .a sigh of re.
lief and the incident for thom was
Receives Tumultuous Greeting.
Theodore R<?sevelt arrived in Chi
cae~o from Fre?,M>rt. 111. at .V20
o'clock this evening:.
He was given a tumultuous greet
ing at the Wella street station. Ks
corted hy derails of motorcycle and
mounted police, he was driven to the
Congress Hotel where another great
throng awaited him.
At the hotel he was Ihe guest of
honor at an elaborate banquet gn.n
by the jstemhers of the Hamilion Club
of Chicago, tonight. He was greeted
by an assemblage of ? l.-v.-n hundred
diners, among whom were several
Cnited States senstors. rovertiors of
slates and other notables. Hundreds
of people who had been unable to
obtain seats at the banquet, thronged
the corridor* of the hotel and the
balcony of the rold room, in whh-h
Colonel Roosevelt spoke, waiting for
a chance to hear or sew the former
Euloa?res the Colonel.
governor Charles S l*ene.-a d? llv
ered aa ewloglstir addresn in we|
oominc Colonel Roosevelt lo ftlinot?
and Oieaco
John H Ratten, president of th?
Hamilton Club, ntroduced the r!nb'?
chief guewt to the espee'ant diners
Poliow tng the banquet Colone!
Roneeveli was escorted to a reeep
lion in the Kliaabeihian room of ths
Oonrress. which had been transform
ed Into a representation of an Afn
can Jttnrte Colonel Roosevelt si*
Long Line of Oaeata.^^
Hundreds, who had been unable U
KM BTC seals a( (lie l>un<|iiet board
were admitted In tin- long line of
i nests ut the reception ? Im h-did not
leiininute until BjsOrtl] In hue the
Ronai veil i?arty wits read) lo take
Hie t ruin for Ciuciliiiat
Proliuhlv owing In a measure lo
UM interest aroused t>) :lie sonalltost
al laillillel' Incident i lie Huongs W
i hi ions |ieo|.ie iu and about I ho hoi. i
iiiiirascil alter the banquet had o|? u
? d uiiiil ii.e p..lue experienced eon
.del adle difficult) ill DAndllBJ Hit
i rowds. .
Bistar'a hoaaa fi ? ? i
And shja'S UMJitlUK f. r I i rata.
She r. unpacking 9* > i
Talking us all to death?
What ?hs .ltd. What sha aaw.
\\ hat ?Ii? heard, what aha ?aid?
Bin u atwhhaf hat I ?
How aha slept, hoa aha fed.
How ab? daucad. bow ahe aang
Ami wm encore.I asaln
Thus hiin fti.ta haw ii irangsai
"1 met (our dan.ly Man M
?hssn a hneja them bar nip.
Kathen, mother and 1
Hnvnari "|.eiieU a Hp
Koi w ana as m uy?.
It ?m Innl it ami gn atl
All the meats ???!? Immense,
And aha tlpi>e<t as ?' " :.t.
W hat cured aha (??? etpensaT
atvscyhody ?>? kind
And e> good but. oti. than
That brliiK? back tu mind,
?kl ii." ' four iluiidy men.
Bister a home from her trip
All the lielKhbiua berg heard
What ?he aaw on the vhlp
And all thing* that oicurred,
And I feat many days
Will hnvn coma BMI haia paaaed
Ere her gm an of prshta
Khali t>e alleneed at laut
BlKter'a home from her trip, C} ?
I.et me tell you again, | f
And while on the ship
Stio met four dandy men.
?Bahnt A. Oueat in PstraH Kreo I rean
We like ie Devil Crabs. Hut Oh!
you Ihg Devil Crabs al Culler's. Worth!
UM money.
Buckroe Hotel
and - Pavilion
Will Close
Sept. 10
Haiti house will remain open
during warm weuile-r.
Just send your pictures here
and have them framed by an
expert at remarkably low prices.
We are ready to supply every
child in Hampton with every?
thing in school auppiies.
Newspapers and
Ail daily pap-ua, magazines
ae-< monthly publications re?
ceived 11 omptly.
Standard Book &
Stationery Co.
Tn Blua, Wach, and Krown.
tnmmed ? Silk Rrald Ip the
latest styles. .
Rome ?-e worth eooose
the price.
t jo w~- Oaoen Street.
? OL
Hastened HI* Death.
The lit11?* \illug? of Urabels. near
Muut|x>lltfi, Fruuce. uns |O0 lubublt
ants and an eitiiierdluury record
Among the .*?>> ure two ceuteuarlaus
tLitre were three until l?r David died
lit the tig,- i.f KM iivently aud l\\cl\e
persona lu the town ure more ttittu
eighty >< i . old The d*-utli of I'r.
1 >n\Id CUM as a shock to the \ lllagci -v
(.tue <>f the other ceiiteuitrluiix. u MBsSS
of 101. explained ho" he died "lie
luslstod on milking through the pour
lute ralu to the uext village Insteud of
riding on his bicycle, us he usually did
when ho visited pntlculs ut night," she
Why Uta Sky I? Blus.
The cause of tin- blue tint of the sky
has recently ts-eii the subject of re
ncweil dlsciisslou. According to one
\lew. the blue color Is the effect of
? beinical mutter 111 the air acting by
absorption, but most physicists deny
this on the ground that these chemical
substances iiresetit In the ulr would
cause the selling sun to be blue lu
Stead of iwdj It seems probable (hut
tin- blue of the sky Is. In any case, bot
due to panicles of dust or of witter, us
bus long been supposed, hut In reality
to the dispersal of light by the lutuul
molecules of the nlr Itself.
Machine ami l?lso Unit o w Apply
port News avenue, extended, Hump
Jon, \ a. 1?.
and lo assist in care of child. Ap
ply to M US. SCOTT, Ii South. In
side Fort Monroe. 1".
Ask Your Physician
About "TISIT," acts on the liver
and bowels like magic-no griping.
IBa and B&O. All Druggists and
Specialty Here!!
I also make a feature of repairing
und sharpening lawn mowers. Once
a customer here, always so.
f-'ampton's Leading General Black
smithing House.
24 Court Street. 'Phone 46S.
While rebuilding goes oa our i>u3l
ress goes oa too; but we must have
more room, so we have decided to sell
ail our high grade wines and liquors
a fxeat reduction. These goods
are all our high priced regular stock.
Don't take our word fnr it. Just look |
at the prices. They will convince you.
Sherry wine, per quart .15c
Port, per quart ."lie
Rlack Herry wine, quart .15c
Sweet Catawha, per quart .15c
Whiskeys per quart:
Horse Shoe .*5c
Old Taylor .85c
Oscar l'epi>er.85c
Hunter .tie
Bneaa. River.85c
Battled Heer. ..tOc and 50c per dozen.
All Ma whiskey.5c per drink.
I. W. Harper, Glad Hand. Maryland |
Club, Mont,cello ail straight whiskey.
N. Leonard
PHOEB'jS, va.
And a complete line of -choo]
sopltea at
42 W Queen Street.
Aaaai t'ntraan. IJ Nortk Kin, strut; Mala Hatraacs, IJ-M Waat Om?a Mraat
Jl'ST AltXI\ I M >. An cxlraordlnary large -i.1,1 ha < Just
cmue compi rong 1 tollies of all slues from trio Hlttl up to the real
Iii?', ours Stulln. Shams, Tray Covers, Kattenberg I'lano Lambre?
quins? in fail an elaborate assortment reasonably priced.
Rowe's Departm't Store
Bargains in Real Estate
$l,lun bii>s seven room bouse with both bath and electric lights
In tf>' center of ibe city.
llJOi bays seven room bouse with city water and electric lights
on Maliory avenue.
PARMA |M acres In James City county; will trade for city
pCB party. II acres on PlanktABI Itlver. Mat hews county, will trade
for city property.
RENTAL Haas as with bath and electric lights from }1!>.00 up.
Other houses Jti.iM) up.
Insurance, Bonda, Loana and A net angers, No. 8 South King street,
Hampton, Virginia.
Office 'Phone No. GO. Residence 'Phone No. 375L.
new fall hats
Are In. New shape? and Colors to suit every man. Bee display In
our b'aai wiudow.
our shoe dept.
Is complete with all new laata and shaped Shoes for the whole
m. f. dig6s & co.,
No. 5 Queen Street
Farm for Rent
<o d farm of I2u acres on good road. New dwelling and ne?
cessary out-buildings. Rent?12m0.
Not- traefe farm of about 25 acres well-located at a rent of
$22'. imi.
rOlt SALK - Suburban home of 3 acres and good bouse, well
located near car line. Price? $2,100.
FOR ItKNT?Nice nome of 8 rooms, modern conveniences on
Boulevard. per month. ??
M.O. Lackey
Real Estate, Rents, Loans,
18 E. Queen St. Hampton, Va. A
Farms for Rent
Two desirable farms rear tosfn in goes] shspe to rent for the
yesr of IStll.
That desirable residence on Melrose avenue, with all modern
conveniences- nice, large yard running beck to the water for Me
per atoatn.
Two nice connecting rooms on South King street, privilege of
Mai 'orated large boose for centrally located board ng house on
West QueeB street, at $26.
Oiher houses in all sections. See our Hat before yon reaL
That desirable seven room boose nnd hath on Carry street. Phoe
bus. with large lot and fine shade?nil in ?rat ciaeo condition, for
M.oaa on reasonable terms.
Nice arm** on forty foot front lot oa Victoria avenue, for tl.fM.
See us for terms.
Ten room cottage at Bachrne oa the waterfront for less thaa
the bouso cost to build if aoM at once?oa
. H. MORGAN & CO.,

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