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Phoebus Policemen Put up
Clever Detective Work. NtGRO BOY IS ARRtSlF-D Soon After Lots is Reported Hand some Diamond is Returned to Own er, Miss Crane?Property Sold to , Hampton Jeweler. Through the work of Officer Harry A sUnkius aad liushrod Ciddings, Ol] tin Phoebus police force, a handsome diamond ring belonging to Miss ('rune. Bister or Lieutenant Crane, the tbiru| ?Acker or the Kort M'nroe ArUIIery men's baseball team, was returned to| its owner last night, while TtoM Jennings, a diminutive negro, is uu der arrest Ig, Phoebus on the charge| Of gland larceny. Shortly befure noon yesterday Lieu? tenant Crane called up the police de? partment in Phoebus and told the of fleers that a diamond ring or the valtaa] Ol IIM had been stolen rrom his st.s ter and he lequented the officers to as-1 s st the military authorities in 1" lag the ring. Officers Situkins and] Ciddings were assigned to tbe task| of finding the ring. Taking up the theory that Jennings,] who hails from Danville, Ills., andi who was employed as house boy for| Lieu enant Crane, probably knew] something of the massing diamond, tiffici rs simkins and Ciddings located | the negro and placed him under ar? test. Jennings was indignant at the acticn or the officers, declaring that] he knew nothing or the. robbery and| intimating that he expected to make M warm for tbe officers before the ar? rest feature ended. Not a bit daunted by the negro's! Impudence, the officers carried hitn| 10 police headquarteis, where Jen rings was put through the sweating! process. He held out for more than| two houts, but when he found that | tie officers were gathering evidence tuainst him that looked dark,' Jen-| nir.gs began to show weakness. Fin? ally he confessed that he knew where! Classiest Line of SHOES in the city To fully appreciate our great line of Shoes for men ano boys, yon must see them. Try and drop in and have a look. Button or Lace?and Patent or Plain Leather. Hats Which are undoubtedly in a class by tbnmaelves. JOHN B STETSON and HOWARD HATS. They need no introduction as e to their styles and goodness. You know what they are. LET US MAKE YOUR FALL SUIT. We surely vre i please you and will make it to Yetir Entire satisfaction. HAMPTON, VA. PHOEBUS. V*-| "rkkesae OS. *?*He?*e Iil>- ring wan. bm told the mmmtM t' at he had found it near the entrance I to the post main gate aj Con .Men ?a, Jennings said he had *"id Mb* ring Ito Dr. Charte? M can, tie- Ham pi m | Jeweler, und he expressed a desire route to Hampton with OaaTrra ISiiiiklns and Cidditigs iu order to re [cover the dlatuoud from Dr. Cary. At IriviuK here the officers found that Jon nings hud sold the ring to Dr. Cary for telling the Jeweler thai h i was in need of money and forecc to sell the ring on that account. Li?u tenan t franc oaa then ladksras led of the recovery and I'e brought his sister to Cary's Jewelry store, when each of them identified the ring belonging to Miss crane Jennings ?ill he given a hearing [ in the Phoebus police court t h 11 morning, hut us the alleged rooter? l<H,k place at Old I'oint. it la likely that M:tyor U I*. ruiaeaa will turn the accused negro over to the I'niti-dl States authorities for trial iu Norfolk. 1910 SEASON OFFICIALLY CLOSED BV DIRECTORS: Peninsula League Heads Award Pen-' nant and Silver Cup to Hamp? ton Crabbers. The hoard of directors of the 1*00la ' sula Baseball league last night offi? cially declared the season of IfMj closed and awarded Hie pennant auu| Spalding cup to the Haaapaaton Cra*> hers, as he pOMint winners of the stoaon The ditectors also discussed at some length the plans tot next year and finally decided to ask each team manager to Bobanit a written letter or his plans for the coming season to a meeting of the directors on Novem? ber It, when the league will be re-| organized. Rl solutions of 'hanks to Secretary I .1 II. Holmes, Spalding for the cupl and Mr. Monfalcone for so uring the| on p. anj to others who made the sea? son a success, were adopted by lioard. Secretary Holmes was authorized to| have the hatting averages and gen? eral team work printed iu booklet I form and an appropriation was re-| quired of each team to defray ex? penses. Hesides President Krank W. Darl? ing and Secretary J. 11. Holmes, the] directors present were C. A Junken. H IL Holt. Adlon D. Jones and Dr. Rtibinson. Team managers present! were Dr. George W McAllister, ofl Hampton, and Koland Mlanford. of the| Athletics, and Cptain Harry DhaweO, of the Noith Fuders. As the directors declared the season ] officially ended Fort Monroe had no] protest to sustain over the failure at] the Athletics and North Knders play several games off. The plans for the league next year com? mplate several important changes and It is eiiected that the league will he fa: ahead of the past season. Fort Ball Players Leave. - William Boyce, known to the fans as "I>fty." and one of the 'niftiest' twirler? in the Peninsula league, who did some classy woik for ihe Fort Monr<<e Artillerymemn, left last night for bis home in Philadelphia. Before leaving yesterday Boyce was notified t?y Manager Lawlor, of the Richmond Sta'e I>?gue team, that Richmond rxiiects him to Join the team for the early spring practice. He will do so. Cannon. Morley Wilson and several *ther plavers on the Fort nim*. also left for the Quaker City last night. Cool mornings and evening*; Just tbe weather for a Gas Heater. 22. This month tbe Gas Company is installing piping at one-half price. 22. FIT.LF.R SAYS McGlNNIS KVK BOTTLKD IN BOND 100 Proof, ex ceil* any whiakey made. N, PH( MIO HIS HW MM ????? * I Dr. VanderslicVs Machine Damaged in Runaway. GIRL'S NARROW ESCAPE Hone Takes Fngh; and Cart Attached to it Crashes Into Automobile in Wh.ch Miss Doiothy is Sitting .it the Time. Little Miss iiornihy ran aT rail or. I tin- daughter of Dr aad Mrs. Oeum ! Ke? see VauderaUea, on Paeabus bay, had a narrow eeceae from aerlOuj in juries. If not inslani deaih. and l?r Vatiderslice'a haadenaia, new Everett automobile was badly ibwufisjl in ? runaway accideal <m the Old Pntal Ifcservatfoa at noon ytsvtrrdaj kjtaa Vnndersllce foiinnately eacaped with? out injury, but the damage to the automobile will reach between $:'u(>' and flno j I Dr. Handera Hoe was visiting a patient near the Artillery acbOO) bund? ling and left his automobile there M.ss Vaoderallce had accompanied bar fath? er to Old Point and was vat ting bis return in the machine. ' Several of the soldiers were hanl Lag coal from the government deck to the residences on th?- reservation ami when near.tig the kcIiooI building, a>no of the horse's became frightened and dashed off down the paved street The cart was loaded with a ton of coal, but the horse made ku<k| progress and was bOOg going at a rapid rata When nearby Dr Vandersllce's auto? mobile the horse gave a swerve und the heavily loaded cart was thrown against tin- machine, tearing away the running botird. bending the froal axle and otherwise damaging the auto. Miss Vanderslive happened to be leaning out on the npaoalte side ol Ike auto tulking with Charles A. JOB ken and to this is attributed the fact that she escaped wi'hont a scratch. The accident happened so quickly that the litte girl hardly reettaed I what was ttik ng place utilil attar the cart had been cleared away from the machine. ELKS TO HOLD SOCIAL SESSION. Hamptcn Lodge vtfill Start Work for Winter With Event Oct. i Hamilton innige, so. 366. Baaae* lent and Protective Order of Klks. last night decided to start the winter -.-a>' t. with a big social session on Wednesday night. October B, when the lodge will resume the regular weekly meetings The meeting last evening was largely attended and two candi? dates had 'he "horns" placed upon them. Halted Ruler David Frankel an? nounced the appointment of the com? mittee for the social session -s fol? lows: Messrs. Frank W. Moore, chairman: Mcses Miller J B. Diest iL Arthur Evans and 0 V Francis. The committee to arrange the pro? gram for the annual lodge of sorrow, which will be observed on the first Sunday afternoon 1 in December, was appointed hy Kxalted Ruler Frankel, as fnllcws: Messis. Howard A Saun ders. F. W. Moore. W. J. House and Bdward A. Itarden Disorderly Houses Raided. County Officers Williamson. Rov Sinclair. Robert Curtis. Thomas Allen and Albert Johnson raided several a! leired disorderly bouses in "Crab town." a negro section, early this morning. Six men and six women, all negroes, we're arrested on the charge of disorderly conduct. )EBUS \lACK JEFFRIES PAYS VISIT TO PHOEBUf Brother of Former Pugiliatic Cham pion and Wife Spend* Day With J. B Miller. Jack JefTriea. brut her of Junten I JosTraae, the former l.eav > weis lit pegiltetkc rhainpion or thai world, spool \i"!?rda> in Phnehiie ? taVi guest ol I. H Miller, et Millers llu t*d. in Mellen street. Mr .1. tlm -. aTM a<Kiiiipuiiied by Ml-. vtfti and they - jM-nt tin- ilay lakim m I he eight! <?? UM lower iietilnsuia 'ihr visit In i nidrii ? nip to lim kroe Biaafc, Kurt Monror. Soldiers' Home. NoiMial School and Hampton and both Mr Josttiei and his ? fe re t^aaratee with thii section Mr. and Mi'k JeP firiee had been in Norfolk since Tues? day visit ihk Mrs. Jeffries' relatives. They returned to Nollolk lust night mid tomorrow will go to Net" York, from which point Mr Jeffries will satt fi r Australia. During the day the brother of the former champion area met bv a mini her of lhe local ?aorta in Hampton eosl I'hoehiiH und he eoaroraottl aovtto (rooty conceiniiiK the battle betwooo J. J. Jeffries und Jack Johnson.. Jack I Jeffries firmly believes that hisl brother was drugged and that for | bett and Armstrong, two tneinbers of hin training camp were roapoaalhlO for the net "I will a I w a v s believe that Jim was drugged the night be lore the tight in BoflO and I will carry this belief to iny grave,'' was the way Mr. Jeffries explained the defeat of his brother to his new acquaint allocs in Phoebus. Jack Jeffries in ? great measure resembles his big " brother and for several limits during yesterday the re |M?rt was in circulation that the fur? nier champion had come io 1'hoebiis to visit. However, investigation Deafness Cannot be Cured bf local application*. ?" oo-r neeee* rtacti Hie Utean-d portion of tbe ear There 1? nnlv one ?ae to cure ttaafSeaa aad Uvat i? i.r i-or-tiin tteael t'?eebo Deameai toeeaaad ayaa t? it?nie.i l oieiiiinn of the ?aaees Itotsi of baa Hu-Ui til?n TiiIh". Wheo Ulis take H inflamed von have a rnmhllng ?oiuit or iat| e-ft-i 1 bear? ing, aad vrtien It I? entirely ? ? I? I ? Ie?rH?>->~ If. Ih ' remit, ?od miiw lue liitlaiiimatlim ran l>e ken out aud till*, tulie restored to It* normal 1 nii'iaVnu. liearlDg will t.? devrnvcl Iircirr Bkaoeesea sol of ten ?re eeosed t.?.ri. wlili ti I- le-tleag bill an untamed i-onitltliui M Hie neli'iile* ? ?lrfacea. We will give one toin trrit ili.liara for ajy 1 a*e nl deelaex (lauMjd by i-at-rrti) lliat cannot 1? iirerl by Hall '? Catarrh Cure Seiid for clrcii Ian, free. F. J. I'HKNKY .V OD., Toledo, <>. I iHiby <irn??i?i?. Me. Take Hair f amily t'llli or . ..n-ilpalion. ?^R OL proved thai ihe champion Ix ?tili In California, but that Jack, Wim assist cd in I ruining James for the lb im biMail ?.i . u Phut/bus visitor. PL LI.CK i- ti|-ht mi his job aIth CUT itATK priese aa Wh?e*. and Liquors s wanted. WAN'ti:d? IT MATTERS \<)i whether you live at MaasEtaa RJ I'Iiih'Iiii i. if you want us'to du vom ? leaning, pressing or dyeing, if you ? II 'phnai us we will ?all Hoff and deliver yuiir garments tdk Hi ll. .Newport News. Va. Ha WANTED BJUOHT, HONK8T BOY, under tlfleell years old. for pleasant and pruEtabfci employment Applv 4i? Kast ijueen street, between I und .'? p. in. a FOR SALE. POD KALK CASH r KOI ST Kit. \f Baal as new T. M. WOOD. IT' West Qaeaa strict, iiumpton. IB. FOR RENT. lull HK\T WKLL PI'KNIRIIKD rooms, with or without board, in private famlv Address "X. Y. Z.' Daily Press, Hampton. Th, Su, Tu. Do You Know That There's a Private House at 67 Hope Street Hampton That Sells the Finest Lino of ladies' TAILOR madk surra In this vicinity. Also La? dies' Tailor-made Skirts and Silk Underskirts. No doubt it would be surprising to you to see such a nice line of Indies' Carmeuis in a private house. but never? theless, its true; so be con? vinced and see them for yourself. CASH OR CREDIT. M. J. GOLDSTEIN ?7 Hope St.. Hampton. Va. Open Evenings to 9 O'clock. ? I Fall 1 \ MILLINERY OPENING Exquisite line of French Im? ported Models will be shown at the Chamberlin Hotel on Thurs? day and Friday, September 22-23. Exhibit under personal direction of Miss A. Driscoll. You are cordially invited J ROOM 0 I. I Who Has Grown the Five Largest and Best Propor? tioned Ears of Corn? A prize of 115.00 for the Best; 110.00 for Second Best IN GOLD, will be given by the Home Fire Insurance Corporation of Hampton, Virgiria. To any farmer ir Elizabeth C>t>, Warwick or York counties, who re ceives the award from the impartial judges to be named to settle the Question. There is no catch, ro money scheme, 'out simply a desire upon the pert of the company to encourage corn raising m Tidewa? ter Virginia and especially in York. Warwick and Elizabeth City counties It will coat you nothing to enter the contest and v ?? may carry away the cash prices. SIMPLY BUNDLE TOGETHER PIVE EARS OP BEST CORN And bring them with a number on the bundle to the company's of? fice m 5 Ncrth King sbrret. A corresponding number will be given you and no one will know who has grown the corn until the judges have announced their decision*. The only requirement ?* that the corn must br grown on a farm in one of the three counties and all farmers gl a 1 condstiono are urged to become contestants. Bring the Corn in Before Saturday, October 15th as the awards will be announced on that day Home Fire Insurance Corporation H. W. SATNDKRS. Mana**. Pntraaca, 12-H Waat Qa.aa Itraat P POINT. ^U??^m^^J N?rlb Uni Str..t: Mal? Rowe's "Nature Shape" SHOES Absolutely Um bee* Shoo valuo In Hampton ? they're made HUJHT Mal mailo to WEAK. We roioiiihicnd them ".irongly for School Shoes. $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 . Rowe's Departing Store V? .i .in.ii MBawmiiia Victoria Ave Homefor SaleI pOK QUICK SALE have reduced ? tin* price ou thi? f. KOOM DWEL LING ami 4<> FOOT LOT to $1.600.00. n. 0. Lackey Real Estate Farm - for - Sale 44 acres, good house and barns 7 Head of Cattle, I Mules, ?.rese, Dusks, Tur? keys and other Poultry. All crops saved and growiug. Three - fourths miln city limits. Stock and implements worth over $1,000.00; for quick sain $3,600.00. See us before Renting; we can soil yon G. W. PHILLIPS & CO., Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Auctioneers, No. 8 South King street, Hampton, Virginia. Office 'Phone No. GO. Residence 'Phone No. 375L. Quaker - Corn - Flakes The new one?large pkgs, 10c: 3 for . 25c NEW PACK CANNED PEAS JUST IN. ITALIAN STYLE CANNED SPAGHETTI ? something entirely j| new?10c and 1Sc cans. Just heat and serve. RICHARDSON'S Rent List Vcirose ar<nne?10 rooms and hath food shape nice, lot . ..$25 00 North Kinc street?1? rooms and bath, suitable for boarders.. $3040 Cary street in room* and bath waterfront, good shape.S35.0O North Kins Kina? l?t rooms and hath largo lot, will put ia shape . (20 00 Newport NVws aven?*--s rooms will put in batb I leased. large cround* . ? 'AOO Mallory avenue?7 rooeas, barge arueeSe, wfli pet la hath If leaned . ?1*SS Chapel street - ? room* an?! bath . StSJS Lee street -5 mnwis and bath. $1?SS l*?e street-; rooms .?,. $HJS I/, street -i room,. $K>.00 Oowrt et wet a roc ma . 9 MO INSURANCE?Money to Lend On Reel Eat ate?AUCTIONEERS M. H. MORGAN & CO.