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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barrett
Land in New York. HELD FOR THREE DAYS Well Known Newport New? People Were On Board the Steamship San? ta Anna, Which Was Quarantined On Account of Cholera Scare. ' After being held In quarantine an board the steamer Santa Anna at New York for three days, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Barrett, of this city, who returned to New York on the Sann Anna from a tour of Kurope Mond.i.\ were allowed to land yesterday wflh the other flrst-class imssengers on board the vessel and they probably will arrive home this eveuliiK 0? ear? ly tomorrow morning. While the Santa Anna was bound from Naples, Italy, for New York, a rase of cholera broke out among ihel steerage passengers on board Iba] steamer and the victim 'Med during' tbe voyage. Several other ense-s ver-j ? under surveillanre and whon the tklpT reached New York she was belt. In quarantine and no one was allowed to iami from her. News that Mr. and Mrs. Barrett were held in quarantine on the Santaj Anna was received here Tuesdavj night in a telegram from Mr. Barrett j to President George B. West, of the! Citizens & Marine Bank. Kurther' than to state that he was held In quarantine and would be home In "a i few days" Mr. Barrett's telegram 0) ntainod no information as to con? ditions on board the shin and yester? day some of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Barrett were deeply appreh\i she about their safety. Uneasiness Abated. NEW YOHK. Oct. ... The flurry t>f uneasiness over tho possibility of the entrance of cholera at this port [ was abated today with reassuring statements from the stale and f?deral! health officers and the release of 61> cabin passengers who had been de tained at quarantine since Mondavi night aboard the steamships Sant 'Anna and Moltke, from Italian port?. The vessels are still held, however, and the steerage passengers of both, 2,060 in all. probably will be trans ferred tomorrow to Hoffman Island for observation. One Passenger Died. On the Moltke there Is merely one suspicious catie. but on the Satit'Aiuia a cholera victim died at sea while In j addition there are in the steerage two cases of Intestinal trouble requiring treatment Cleared of their steerage passengers, the vessels will be fumi? gated until it Is regarded as safe to ailow them to dock. The steamship Virginia, which com pleted the trio of cholera suspects held up last night, reeoived a ?Jean bill of health today and was allowed to proceed from quarantine with all hands, steerage included. NEAR APPEAL IN UCENSt TAX CASE WIS MONTH Action of City Against Electric L ght and Water Companies Docketed for October Term. The appeal of the city from the flecislon of Pclice .lust.ee Brown in the case of the Newport News Light A Water Oomi>any and the Ci'izens Railway, Light & Power Company is docketed for hearing at the October term of the Cr.r|?oration Court the case probably will be taken up after Judge Barham flashes hearing the in sura nee case. The city brought an action against ? he two companies for the purpose of having the court,, say whether or not. the art of the Hsl legislature puftinK light, gas and water companies un der the control of the State Corpora tlon Commissi? n rcl eves those com nanies of the payment of a city license tax and Justice Brnsn renderei a decision in favor of ;hc companies. Justice Brown Awav. Police Justice J. n. C. Brown is at? tending the State Fair at Richmond j and Justice Semmes presided In the: police court yesterday morning in htsj absence. Let The Children tVde to School On Bicycles front Abbe's flar t,' 30 par wraefc. SOCIAL-PERSONAL Mr and Mm. Inman Horner Payne, of Norfolk, have Uaucd invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Singleton Payne, to Mr William Ludwcll llaldwin on the evening of Wednesday. October 19, at 8:3" o'clock at Saint Luke's church, Nor? folk. Miss Payne has frequently vis ited in this city and has a number of friends here. Mr. llaldwin is a prominent young real estate dealer of Norfolk. Mr. W. Lee Poweii left yesterday I for Richmond to attend the Stati| Fair. Miss Annette Hoswell will leave to-j dav for Richmond to attend the State] Fair. ? Mrs. Cora Belle^ot. who haa been | ^?ending two months In Hie moun? tains of Virginia. *has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. George ft Via left >esterday morning for Richmond to attend the State Fair. Mr. L. R. Tlmberlake left yesterday! fof Richmond, where he will attend | the State Fair. Miss Mary Ramsay is visiting rela lives in Norfolk. Mr. R. C. Moncnre, who has been attending the Statu Fair in Richmond, returned on yesterday. Mr. I^roy Jenkins will go to Rich? mond today to attend the State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. K (i. Royer and niece. Miss Gladys Griffith, who have been visiting relatives In Shcnandoah, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. ft. M. Young and ehil dren, who have been visiting Mrs. Voting's sister, Mrs. ('. K Smith, in North Knd. have returned to their home at I?ve Point, Md. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rock and little son. who have been spending two weeks here with relatives, have re- j turned to Washington, I). C. Mrs. K. R. Land accompanied them home.; Mr. C. W. I?ewis will go to Rich tnond today to attend the State Fair. Mrs Harry Oalnes. of Richmond, Is the guest of friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. H. Grubbs have bom to Richmond to attend the State Fair. Mr 11. H Hundley, formerly of this city, has returned from Florida, wher, he has been loca'ed for several years. Mr. Hundley may make his home here' again. r. M. C. 4. BASKETBALL TEAM BEGINS PRACTICE V. P. I. Five Probably Will Ccmc Here for Game This Winter? Arranging Scheeuie. With the approach of the wia'er season, the basketball team of Lam Young Men's Christian Associaiion has started practice and indica ion*' are that the asswiat on will havci another fast five on the floor agau; this year. The schedule for the, season is now beirg arranged ani; some fast games ate promised It la very probable that the .urone^ V P. I team will come here thlai season to meet the locals. John. Al? bert and Horston R Hughe?, of this' city, piny with the V. P L live and that team should prove a good draw? ing card in Newport News. HIGH SCHOOL EUVIH TO PL AI HAMPTON TODAY Big Crowd of Enthusiasts Will Go Down to See Locals in Their First Game. Thn football elev-n rr the local High school will play Its flr.-t regular game <>f the season this afternoon, meeting the team of the Hampton High school at New Park diamond 'n Hamifon A large crowd on enthus? iasts ?ill axeompanv the team 'o Hampton to see them in their natal ng game The locals played a practice g?m<*| against a ?'scrnb" evelen last week! vnd surprised their most ardent sup porters by their showing They '?ored three touchdowns and psr np a srperb defensive game. Sine- that! came the e^eten bag been practicing da ly. trying ent a number of ncw Plajs B??n<$ C?wc*t? Tonight Th#. hand of the Facie Knsrinc Com . l any will give its Iwt pnhHr mnort j In North Knd tonight at I oclork the concert will be held at the stand *? Huntington avenue and Forty ; venth street. Peaching the Top 'r. anv railing of life, demands a vlg nroua bodv and a keen brain With oii? health there la no aoreesa Ra< Fleetrte Hlt'rr? t< the greatest H?*l<h hmlder the world has eeer known ?t cr-mpelt perfect nrtaan of stomach. 1'rer. kldneya. bowls. paria>? and er fones ih? blood, tones and tnvlamr a tea the whole syntesa and enaMea b to ?and the wear and tear of vmir dat'v work "After months of Bering from Kidney Tronble*. ? ?rite? W M Khermaa of Cnahlag Me -three bortlea of Eject rV Hitlers made me reel like a new man - V* at Aft Mmtaisfs Jaat Trr o. ft ft FATAL HEART_ STROKE Mrs. J. J. Gude Stricken on Washington Avenue.1 END COMES 'QUICKLY Wife of Well Known Old Resident of City Fall? In Street and Expires Before Medical Attention Can Be Summoned. Htri<kcn willi a sudden attack nf heart failure at Washington avenua and Twenty ninth street about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Mrs. John J. (l?de, of 2i?o" Huntington avenue, died ten minutes later at her home, whither she was. hurriedly tak in in a carriage. Her midden death came as a great shock to her rela? tives and many friends in this city. Mrs Gude apparently bad been in the best of health and spirits yester day and when stricken she was walk Ing along the avenue. Bystanders rushed to her assistance and hurried? ly called a carriage In which she wa* taken to her home. Mrs. Glide breathed her last Just as she was carried up on the Iront porch of her home and physicians who arrived subsequently In response to hurry calls found her dead. Husband and Daughters Away. Mr. John (inde and his two daugh? ters. Misses Kannle and Nellie Gude. were in Richmond attending the State Fair when they received a telegram announcing the sudden death of Mrs. Gude they returned home last night on the local train from Richmond. j Mrs. Gude was a native of Rich-1 mond, but had lived here for the past twenty years or more and was widely known. Besides her husband she la survived by six children as follows: ! Clarence Gude. John J. Gude. Jr.. Kniest Gude, Mrs. J. .T Wilkinson and Misses Kannle and Nellie Gude. Funeral Arrangements Not Made, j Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made, hut It is probable that the body will be sent to Rich? mond and that interment will be made in that city. STEAMER MAOISON WILL BE LWNCHED FA7URSHY Miss Fannie B. Landon to Christen New Old Dominion Line Ship. Announcement was made yesterday j that the Old Dominion Steamship: Company's handsome new freight and I passenger steamer Madison will bej launched at the plant of the Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Com-! pany about noon Saturday. Miss, Fannie B. Landon. daughter of W. H landon. of this city, general Tide? water agent for the Old Dominion Steamship Company, will christen the new vessel and Miss Louise Robinson.' daughter of K. W. Robinson, formerly president of the board of aldermen.' will be the sponsor's maid of honor. I When completed the Madison will be the finest and best equipiied of the Old Dominion fleet of steamer* I iying in the service between fhis_ port. Norfolk and New York. Shej is 371 feet long. 42 feet broad and H feet f. inches deep. She will be,' propelled by a single screw, driven' by a triple-expansion engine, steam' for wTiich wilt be supplied by fourj singie-ended boilers of the Scotch type. The designed sea speed is fif? teen knots an hour. There are to be accommodations for 21* first-class. U second clas* and RO steerage passengers and in the construction and fitting out of the ship particular attention will be paid: to the comfort of the passenger*, j The ship Is to be handsomely finished | and furnished The Madison eaill be equipped with wireless fclcsrapWy and I other modern devices for the safety) of the passengers at sea. ELKS MAKE MERRY. Old Fashioned Social Session He'c at Lodge Harne. Newport News Ixwfge No. US, R ay O. Flks. held an old fashioned ?n-.-i.il | session In the lodge home last nigVj following the regular business meet-! ?eg of the lodge The Hamp/cn Roads Glee Club furnished the nm-ic for the occasion and the selections rendered by the club were g-eatlv enjoyed by the lodgemer.. Refresh w.ents were served and the event proved one of the most enjovahle of Be kind the lodge has held in manv months. Celebrates Hle^nV-^hday Chris Drews, an engineer, who liven at 213 Thlrtv eighth s?re?f. eelchra'e*1 the thirty ninth annlveraarv of hin birthday last atcht with a dinner to a number of his friends at hi? home An elaborate menu was served and 'he gytesfa enjoyed thetnselvs ;? tn? fullest extent Amonr. '!,.,.,. ?r, ??? were Mr and Mrs Theodore Rrori Mrs Trank Lnvtcr. Miss Anna Han/ Miss Aaaa Drews. Mr and Mm 0,-^s "rew?. Master John Iw?ws and Ha rv Km* ??c crowd~at"~trinity. ?lev t j Taylor eVeecHee Another ?*ron?j Sermon. The rertvai services at tbe Trfaltv Methodist rhurrh were eontsaoe* bast ?iaht. Rev Tran? i Taylor r' fcaas another string sermon Hi, dls^-enrrse aa, rlos.1* Mio?., by hi. bearer, ?M m.Kh .merest w.. ?.,n ,(>.rH The services win h Try ? o a SEPTEMBER TERM OF THE CORPORATION COURT ENDS Judge Barham Hears Argument on Motion for New Trial for Hughe*. Judge T. J. Harham adjourned UM regular September Him of the Cor? poration Court yesterday afternoon1 land he will coavene the regular Oc-1 tober term pi t\S court on October' IV. The term Just closing was made' a special criminal term because of tbo fact that the Insurance trial is| set for the October term and the hear? ing o'-that case probably will con-' I sume two weeks. Yesterday morning Judge Harham heard argument on the motion for a I new trial for John Hughes, who was convicted of assault and battery by a jury last week and sentenced to ( one year in tbo city Jail. After bear? ing the argument Judge: Harham took the matter under advisement Attor news C. OL Mitchell and J. W. Friend argued for the motion and Common wealth's Attorney Berkeley argued against the motion. ItfUL APPLY FOR WHIT OF ERROR FOR BIGGS Attorney 0. D. Batchclor to Send Papers to Supreme Court Today. Attorney O. I>. Batchclor, of coun? sel for Richard Harding Biggs, will make application to the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia today for a writ of error for Biggs. The, writ is asked for on the grounds that j Biggs was impropt rly sentenced in that the required thirty days does' not elapse between the date of the sentencing of the man and the date set for his execution. All that the attorneys for the con-1 demned negro hope for now is a de? lay in the case so that they can ap-' peal to the governor to commute the .sentence of death to life imprison-1 ment. Should the Supreme Court grant a writ of error. Biggs would hare to ba brought back here and ' re t. ntelieed by Judge Harham and ., taken to the State penitentiary. This , would give (he attorneys fifteen days j or more in which to make the appeal i to Governor Mann. The record of the case with the j bill of exceptions was made up by Heputy Clerk of Courts Marable yes? terday and will- be forwarded by Mr. j Ratchelor to the Supreme Court to-} flay. WIIUAMSBURO NEGRO ARRESTE* AS FUGITIVE George Brown Wanted in James City County on Charge of Felonious Cutting. George Brown, a young negr'?. who comes from Williamsburg, and who Is wanted in James City county 0:1 the charge of felonious cutting, was ar , rested in Rocketts last n ght by Pa? trolman Price and locked up at the station house as a fugrUve from jus- j tice. He will be sent to James City icunty today to stand trial. Monday Chief Mitchell received a'; letter from Sheriff Ware, of lames I City, asking that Brown be arrested.;! The negro 0.1 another man in that' county some 'inie ago. Gives Birthday Party. Miss Qlmce Km hards entertained at her home on Twenty-ninth street Monday in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent playing games, after which refreshments were served. '1 hose attending were: Misses Anna Folan. Beulah Gary. Anna Carvil. May Wilson. Anne llealy. May Waterman. Annie Rich? ards. Rltsabeth Williams. Ada Ber? gen. Grace Ri hards, and Messrs. Si? mon llealy. Samuel Hughes. Perc? Gary. John Argle. Fred Bergin, Au? brey Mayo. Rudolph Johnson. Harry Steinmeyer. ( I'nion. WiilfoM ' I'nlon. Archie Watson. Ijiwr.no?1 Williams. I*mta Meltorman. Mrs. Wil? liams, and Mr and Mrs. R:c hards, I Mrs. Burke. Mrs. freo. Pollock. Richardson?Roth. M'ss hltxaheth Marie Roth and Honr> Howard Rt-hardson were mar ried Tnesdav night at 8 o'clock at, the rectory of St. Vincent's Catholic I church, the re, ...r Rev Joseph Friol:. 1 l-crfocnvng the ceremony. The bride : wore a lingerie gown, trimmed :n ' bany Irish arid carried brides rose* j She was given In marriage by her, father. Mr ?? -.ard R??h There] acre no a ? ?orrtartts. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Richardson left yesterday morning on I their bridal trip and at It, conclusion?! thev wi?j hr a' home to their friend* iU this eftv PILES BRING DESPAIR Take Courag*- internal Treatment Will ~ ;- - nuk pf* unhappy and to la the l-e?t tfaposltros). Most snffeeers have hoa f. 'tcrly disappointed by ma-.v -.. 1-, Drtd a cure A medicre- in tastet form, taken tn ?"tmln. that avoids the unpleasant "'?rares of oinsaeafs. MirmoaMatlaa and operation, and c?j^s thoroughly by removing the tnsMe can*-, la amre It worth trying, enpectally aa A K <? Klar, Newport \?-w?. Va. a;uar antees n Hr l^onbardt's Hem ffotd coats $1 for a large BW1 ?| days' treanrtent IV leochard- <-o. tKatlen B. But fain v v w . 1mr feaoklet COOK WITH GAS LAZY LIVER "I find Cascaret? so good that I would not be without them. I was troubled a Sreat deal with torpid lirer and headache low since taking Cascerets Candy Cathar? tic I feel very much better. I shall cer? tainly recommend them to my friends as the best medicine I have ever seen." Anna Bazinet, Oaborn Mill No. a, l'all River, Mass. Plraaant. Palatable. Potent. Ta?t? Good. I>o Good Never Slcken.Weakcn or Gripe. JtV 2V.S0r. Never ?oM to bulk. Thegenu ?nc tablet atsmped C C C. Guaranteed to core or > our atoacy back. sat EXCHANGE HOTEL JOHN VINKY, Proprietor Large, airy rooms. Southern and Western exposure; moder? ate rates; ceutrally located. 2606 Washington Ave. Walt, Doxey & Watt Watt, Doxey & Watt Black Silks for Waists and Dresses Mtact Black Messaline? soft. Satin finish . $1.00 inch Black Cashmere De Solo?extra heavy; twill back; ele? gant lustre finish. $1.00 21 inch Peau He Crepe, for inouniiiig wear; color fast, highly recommended for its wearing quality .$1.00 Ladies* Home Journal Patterns for Kail now ready.10c and 1oc WATT^L?yI. WATT SKHMM1 Washington Ave. Newport News, Virginia How Much Have You Saved The Last Year? WATCH YOUR OPPORTUNITY. When you see a good thing (ajtw9'm Now is the time to st irt a sav-l Ings account. Prospects were never bw ter. Put Your Saving's Into a Home Buy a lot while they arc cheap. Build your home. The money you save paying rent will pay for your home. We have lots for sale or lease in all parts of the city. OUR TERMS j ARE EASY. Call at our office and talk it over. 'Old Dominion Land Co. HOTEL WARWICK BUILDING. NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA I SCHMELZ Brothers, BANKERS -? "STANDS FOK - * SATISFACTORY SERVICE and Four Per Cent. Interest The miiQKST and STRONGEST BANK in the City Wise Men LEARN From the Experience oi Others Why wait for the Thief or Fire to rob yon of your hard earned SavingP. DEPOSIT THEM IB THE CITIZENS & MARINE BANK Where they wfli not only b- safe but earn you 4 Per Cent. Interest. Today Is the Time; Tomorrow May Be Too Late. AMPLE GUARANTEE The resources of the FIHST NATIONAL BANK, of Newport ' Newa, are ample guarantee of :ts Financial strength. Your account [ and banking business invited. The First National Bank Lmted State? Depceitary. Newport News, Vs. CAPITAL, ?100 000: SURPLUS. $100.000. Capital Dry Goods House 2910-2912 Washington Ave. Dress Goods SPECIALS One lot of Dress Goods, consisting of Hair Line and Plain Baske? Weave t'lotli, I't; indies wide. Special, 49c One Lot 67 Dress Goods Consisting of Satin Stripe Worsted in blue, black, green, garnet and brown; regular IMC value. Special, 69c Have Your Clothes Dry Cleaned This service brightens up the colors, removes soil, freshens the fabric, takes out the stains and really makes the clothes aa suitable for wear as when new, Ladies' Dainty Garments Such as shirt waists, skirts, lingerie, etc.. Is a part of our work that we give more than ordinary care and attention. QBNTS, don't forget that soft domestic finish we give your shirts, collars and cuffs. Hotel Warwick Laundry DYEING AND CLEANING, 119 Twenty fourth Street Both 'Phones No. 10. and WOOD ! cord Pine Wood $1.75 I cord Mixed Wood $1.80 ! cord Oak Wood $1.85 No Extra Charge for Splitting. All coal well screened and kept un? der sheds, both wood and coal bel?g I delivered perfectly dry. Distilled Ice Co, 35th St. and C. A O. Ry. Bell Phone 98. C'U. Phone 303 A Pleasant Surprise That's what you've got coming when you get your Ars' month's gas bill for cooking and lighting* We venture the opinion Hint it will not be one-half as large as you csi-cctod H would be. If you think that ras is loo expensive for yon ;n rise for cooking why not satisfy yr?iir-<ir on tha' point? We'll charge you nothing for telling you about what the amonn* of gas you'd lfV>ly use would cost you each month. .lust think ol 'be comfort you're missin: hy not hartng a gas range. Newport Hews Sit Cr, Ofllce Comer Talrty wr-t street and Washinginn ave ?ste. Both 'phones No. 31. Newpcet News, Va.