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SWEEPING HUDE
t FOB THE DEMOCRATS
(Coctlnhed from First Page.
misses where tuch legislation would
be to the detriment o/ the clsases."
ChTCACO, Nov. ? !><???'
eretlc control of the next bou#e o:
representative*, as a result of yester
day's ehtptlhn. hemme. ? certainly
slortl) aft'r In*' midnight ii ?h
then kr.' wn (hat the [?etnocrats bad
gained SC St atu In the house, im lud
tog two previously suit in Main*' Kw
publicans gaip.'d irooi the Democrats
? two Beats, making th*' Uemocratlc"Be|
gain Z*. which ' is sufficient tu . give
them control.
That the Democrats will bate a
g4 id working majority was Indicated
by the return* fruni several .<tate,;
a "iig tfc/*m New Jersoy. Returns
a ^wed that there probably would b<
* ;?in of six Itcmorrats in the repre
n itaticn'of that state. ether clarm
f) .1! New York and Pennsylvania In
ii led the. success of several Demo
ci r in their eon1 est s for scats now
bt I by Republicans
ha Democrats also ex peeled to in
er. se tin Ir leads by r.?turhing sev
at) t mi -tubers from Illinois anil als<
ire'i Missouri It was thought pon>|
sib: - thst i hw would be si'ccessful In
f SeviTSl other doubtful states. Thy
d/'fl-lte Democratic gains were: New
V .1 . I; Peatwlvanla, 3; North Car
i" ??. 1; Ohio. 2; Massachusetts. 2;
?land. 2. (Yniu cticut. t| Illinois,
ms. I; Kentucky. |; griaaouri, I.
West Virginia. 1
The Republican gains were: Mas?
sachusetts. i. New Vork. 1, IVtinsyl
rania. 1.
Taft Smile la Gene.
PITTSRl'RG, PJL, Nov. X. The
first news of the complcvion of elec?
tion returns from the varldus states
were received by President Taftfjhen
he reached this dtp at 11 o'clock on
his Stay from Cincinnati whore he
had gone to vote, t? Washington A
summary of the results were placed
in the President's hands but he would
make no comment upou them. He had
Ioast his rota at Cincinnati shortly
before noon and n-ft that city st :t.lti
p.' m. He received hjs drat intimation
? of the l>eti?oeratlc trend in the vsrl
mis states, at Columbus. a
The only infurmation available at
that time nas the Massachusetts ?R
uatfon.
Mr. Taft was prepared for the worat
in Ohio. Arthur I Vorys rode with
him as far as Cleveland and Wade H
Kills is traveling all the way to Wash
iugton. They told the President early]
In the afternoon ihaf there appeared
to be little < hance for Mr. Harding
The unfavorable iiews was read In |
silence.
The Taft smile was gone At latt.l
hamCTsr. the President's face lit up
an.i he had a good laugh, for the final]
despatch read like this
And at five o'clock this aflerniMui
Pauline Wayne gave birth to a fine
bull calf weighing loo pounds."
Pennsylvania Congressmen.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. Nov. 8 ?Con
l e- Min II elected First Pennsylvsnla
Metric! Henry II. Ringham; Second
liytrict. Joel Cook; Third district, J.
lampfon Moore; Fourth district, Reu?
en O. Moon; Fifth district. William
?Vuilkrod; Sixth district, George D
tfeCMary; Seventh district. Thomas
Duller: Eighth district, Irving P.
Vanger; Ninth district. William W.
ne i Thirteenth district, John II.
toihermel: Sixteenth district. JounJ
(!. Mcllenry; Seventeenth district.
Denjiimln K Focht. Eighteenth dis?
trict, Marlin E. Olmsted: Nineteenth
di.-tnet. Jesse la Hartman; Twenty
firs district, Charles E Patton.
Twenty sixth 'district,, A. Mitch/?!!
Palmer
Rnthermel, in the Thirteenth; Mc
Henrv, In the Sixteenth, and Palmer,
In the Twentv-sixih. are Democrats.
Olh."rs are Ropubllcaus. Hartman
and Patton are new members.
Will Return LaFolleHe.
MILWAUKEE. WIS.. November R.?
t'nit.-d States Senator iJtFollette. Re
publican, will be re-elected to ihc
upper house of congress by 'he legis?
lature elected In Wisconsin today.
The election of Francis E. McCov
. m Republican candidate for govern?
or, is claimed by the Republican state
i :
Two New Books.
48c
"Virginia of the Air Lanes," "The Opened Shutters"
Ry Herbert Quick. Ry Clara Louise Rurnham.
SPECIAL NOTICE?OUR MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND
DEPARTMENT NOW ON THIRD FLOOR.
CORSET
r
BROADWAY STORE
^ 2905-7 Washington Avenue
SWEATERS
for men and boys in cotton or wool, all the new shades
and color*. Special price*:
48c to $2.97
BROADWAY STORE
2905.7 Washington Ave.
Prisas far
buy
l^nrprriv
such had Mahanisaf^si \TlT9tm*m\^m%\T
'Ur*T*ry * Slrlnftro mm
"EVT rslKS: T* AIT ADSBtm.
|NV GREEUEY ?iMclNTIRE. ffM
-^m&L ^^WT ATT OR NC YS W*SHINCT0W-fJ-C
Fine Jewelry Repairing
WE MAKE OLD JEWELRY LOOK AS GOOD AS HEW.
a
at pee hast a piece cf broken nrweiry. a wide weOd.no r?na to he
ssaae Has new tiffany style, er a p?ec? of nice diamond lewetry sshksh
steee> reecttir-e. hrtanj R to trie MBawiallll | WY 911%) t .A
Old Reliable Jewelers
JeJ.Palmcr'sSons
-704 Washington Avenue
fbe I iBaWpii Jewelers E*UbUetted 1892
centra! committee by ? reduced plu?
rality
Right Republicans and one Demo?
crat (sixth district j have bcsn elect?
ed to t-ongres? aud two diatrlcta, Ute
fourth and Fifth, are in doubt.
The Social Democrats are making
heavy gains in Milwaukee county and
claim (bey will elect their county
tickst. *>
Fo?? Wins In Massachusetts.
HUSTON, MASS.. Nov. 8.?Return*
(or governor from 732 out' of 1,06t
election district', including Boston,
give Draper, Republican, 131.357;
Koos. Democrat, 158,133- Same dis?
trict" In li>08 gave Draper, Republican,
137.703; Vahey, Democrat, 139,093.
Mr. Foes' plurality was about 25,004
up to a late hour tonight. It looked
as if the Republicans had won the
First. Second. Filth. Sixth, Klghth.
Twelfth and Thirteenth districts, and
that the Democrats had been success?
ful in the Third, Fourth, Seventh.
Ninth. Tenth end Kleventtr districts,
leaving the Fourteenth district In
doubt.
Gain One in Pennaylvania.
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. Nov. 8.?Re
turns up to 12:30 a. m. show that the
Pag? PC rata In Pennsylvania have gain?
ed DM congressman, with four dis?
trict: doubtful. The l>emocrats los?
the Tenth district and the Republicans
lost the Fifth and Eighth districts.
J Five from Maryland.
BALTIMORE. MD.. Nov. 8.?That
the Maryland delegation in the next
house of representatives will consist
of nve Democrats and one Republican
is conceded late tonight by newapa
pers of both part let-. Thomas Barren,
Republican, saved the Fifth district
for his party, which lost its represen?
tatives in the Third and Slxts districts,
these being carried respectively by
j George Kenig and David J. Lewis.
' Democrats. The other three district*
remained Democrats by the re-electjon
of J. Harry Covlngton in the First
and J. F. C. Tallbott In the Second
and the election of J.. Charles L'ntbl
cum in the Fourth. ^
North Carolina Solid Democratic.
RALEIGH. N. C, Nov. 8.?North
Carolina election returns indicate a
Democratic majority of about 50.000.
with all ten congressmen Democratic.
In the three districts Republican at
last election the Democratic majori?
ties are estimated at a boo. 800. in th
Elgbth and Tenth, and 2.000 in the
Fifth.
Kentucky Congressmen.
LOUISVILLE. K.Y., Nov. 8?Ken?
tucky congressmen elected: First dis?
trict. Ollie M. James. Democrat; Sec?
ond district, A. () Stanley, Democrat;
Fourth district, Ben Johnson, Demo?
crat; Fifth district, Swagar Sheley,
Democrat; Sixth district, Arthur
Brouse, Democrat; Seventh district.
J. Campbell Can trill. Democrat;
Eighth district, Harvey Helm. Demo?
crat; Eleventh district, Caleb powers,
Republican.
Florida Defeats Prohibition. #
JACKSONVILLE. FLA., ' Nov. 8 ?
The proposed State-wide prohibition
amendment t,o the State constitution
was defeated todayoby s majority of
between 3,000 and 5,000 for the local
optionist*.
TRENTON. N. J.. Not. 8 (8 P. M.)?
Figures available here at this hour
indicate that Woodrow Wilson, Dem?
ocrat, hss carried New Jersey by
about 15,000. Returns indicate n No?
ra lily of bei ween 10,000 and 12.000 for
Wilson in Essex county. Hunyerdon
county is Democratic by nearly 2,090
add Warren by 1.600.
ATLANTA, OA., Nov.- 8 ? Georgia
returned th? usual Demcoratic dele?
gation today. Early returns indicated
that Walter Arkerman, the only Ke
pub?can candidate, was overwhelm?
ingly defeated by Gordon Lee. Incum?
bent.
COLUMBIA. S C. Nov. 8?Demo?
cratic state and congressional tickets
were elected by the usual majority.
BALTIMORE, MD, Nov ?.?With
the close cf the polls at fi o'clock
there had been cast In the city s
rather heavy vote for an off year.
Advices from vartots parts of the
state Indicated a similar Condition.
NIW ORLEANS, IJL. Nov 8 ?Ag
nrvtl. the Democratic nominees for
congress and state of/Ices were elect?
ed, without exception, in today's elec?
tion. The constitutional amendment*
providing s state bond Issue of
tfi.Son.rsjri in suppor- of the proposed
International Exposition to bo held fa
New Orleeas ia IslS were over?
whelmingly adopted.
MILWAUKEE. WlfL. Nov a ? Re
"T.uh'ican congressmen elected1 First
district. H-nry A Cooper Third dhs
tliet. Arthur W Kopp: Seventh <tts'
trier. John J Karh; Bhrkth district.
Juntas H , Dnvldcoa; Ninth district,
Gustav Kust-rmsnn Tenth BHwrlcL
Waver A. worse. FAeveetb district.
Irvine i. 1 enroot
BOSTON MASS. Nov g?Con?
gressmen elected rirst Msswarho
sett, district. Georgs? P L**rr~pce.
SfcamMtraa. ekrtod Third di?r?Set.
Ctdlrle. t; Wasbnern. Repobllcax.
elected. Twelfth district, John w.
Weeks. RepoMlesn. ?dected.
PRIZt PIGHT CASKS DISMtSSCO
Ho Cvssenoe t- Sn~w That Meam
Actors Vteteted Law
lr .be police roort yesterday mr?a
ng Polle, Jest ire SemaaasdJIe,
?"l??-d 'he rases of Welter f ramptoo.
Frank laasoe: and A ago* us Drew,
"crones who were charged ?Ith s
teVmv it was alleged fbet Drew and
I a moot .tared a prise Sght ia the
lArtc fhester. a aegea anee>??eei
b? -e no Jefferson avona? hot there
was so ertsjeeee to prove the charg?
rrsmptoe was the menage, for the
"-ernes and as ?och ho wa? err?-s ed
'*Z rSmT** * mrnmn and aaatthas
,h- ?'??Wed arts. Ssrhi
FATORiTES ARE iVfNNERS
(Continued from First Page.)
ages; one mile Guy Fisher. 118
? l-ang). even, out, won; Practical.
107 (l)unani. 3 to 1. even, out, hoc
|ond; r>jll Care, !'X (Swpeny), :to to
t, 10 to 1, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:40 8-5.
I Sandrlan. J. H. HoufStoa and High
Private also ran.
tP'.frh Race*~Th.roe year-oldi and up
1 wards; selling; one mile. Neoskalee
!?a. 100 (Bell), 5 to L, 21 to 1 even,
I won; French Gir! 94 (Sweedy). B to
2 to I. 4 to 5. second ? Aunt Kate,
111 (McCabei. in to I. 4 to 1. 2 to 1.
j third Tjme. 1 42 Moltke. My South
'ern Boy,?obilit>. Ten Paces, Bracing
Breese. Laughing Ryes and Beauclere
! also ran.
Sixth Race?Two-vear-olds and up
wards; felling; one mile. Anna L.
Daley, 108 (Davis). 1 to 3. out. won:
Harvey F., 105 (McCahey), 2 to 1, t
to 10, out, second; The Monk, 10?
(Wrispenl. 6 to 1. 2 to 1. 7 to 10,
third. Time, 1:41 4-5. Hedge Rose,
Dragoola and Chief Hayes also ran.
Entries for Today.
Following are the eutries for tomor?
row's races:
First Race?For Maidens, two and
three-year-olds; ;ix furlongs. Super?
visor O U Bttxter. Annie Sellers.
Wrap. Patrick S.. Alice Virginia. 97;
Cardiff. 100; French Girl. 112.
Second Race -For two-year-olds;
> five and one-half furlongs" Capslxe,
10.1; Onager Leap. 110; Martin W..
Littleton, 112; Babbler, 115; Nightfall,
100; Stin'ger, 118.
Third Race?Three-year-olds and
{upwards; Sellin?:: one mile. *.loe
Gallons, 101; *My Gal. 106; Eloro.
110; The Golden Butterfly, 103; Cam
paigncr, 109.
Fourth Race?For three-year-olds
land upwards; selling; six furlong*.
Tonlat Mon Ami. 10,".; Dress Parade.
II.. 108; Van Den. 113; Cooney K,
iTakahlra. 115; Summer Night. 110.
Fifth Race?For two-year-olds; sel?
ling; five furlongs. ?Keswick, *Wasn
iqg. ?8; Bandana. 110; Thrifty. El
Bart. 103; ?Firewood. 109; Forester
Indora. Ill: Qulncy Belle. 10?.
Sixth Race?For three-year-olds and
upwards; gelling;: one mile and a quar?
ter. ?Tom Melton. 94; Bang. 9?:
?Ncoskaleeta. *Golconda. 101; Lynd
hurst. ?Haielthori>e. 106; Hoffman.
Wilton Lackeye. 10?; ?i'he Monk, 98.
*Fjve pounds apprentice allowance
j clatmed.
lONLV FOUR TRUSTEES PRESENT.
j Scheel Board Postpones Regular Meet
irtg Until Tomorrow Night.
Owing io the fact that only four or
the nine members were present, the
board of school trustees did not hold
Its regular meeting last night. Pres?
ident Bi\ ins announced that the board
would meet- tomorrow night at 8
?'clock, for th.* ransaction of the
I many important matters pending on
the calendar.
Funeral of Henry Dee ring.
The funeral of Henry Deering. who
died suddenly Monday morning at his
home. 4200 Huntington avenue, will
bo held this afternoon at 2 o clock at
! Caffee'k undertaking establishment.
.Rev. A. C. Karfcan. pastor of the
Trinity Lutheran church, will conduct
I the services and intermc nt will be
: made in Greer.lawn.
Mayor Going to Gloucester.
Mayor Jones wfll Iea^ for Glou?
cester county today, where he will
spend several days on business. Dur?
ing bit absence. Dr. Frank B. Longan.
president of the board of aldermen,
will act as mayor.
Treasury StatcmeV.t.
WASHINGTON, Nov. *.?The ccndl
tion of the treasury st tha beginning
of business todsy was as follows;
Trust Funds.
Gold coin. $922,217.669.
Silver dollar.-. $486.991.000.
SH*er dollars of IWO. $3.516.000.
Silver certificates outstanding. $4tJ6.
?1.000
General Fund.
Stapdard silver dollars in general
rund. 12.614.495.
Current iiabilitlen, $119.617.65?.
Workiag balance In <reaeary offices.
$31.954.382
la banks to credR of treasurer of
:fc, t'nited States, S34,???1.611.
Subsiding silver com. $1 ?.573.711.
Minor coin. $*ne.T01.
Total balance in general fund, $?71.
1P0. ^
Newport News Live Stock Market
(R*ported be 9M- Lewlson.)
Steers?Prime, frosn $6 5o to $* **>:
medium, from $3.00 to $4.'-"
Veal?Prime V. medium. $4 00 ta
$? "...
Hogs ? Prlrr. $?.i? medium. $7 00,
[ha SSaa.
Lambs?Prime. $*.5?. medium. $4.00
!t?$?>v.
Rheepi-Prime. $4.a*: medium. $2 Sa
I la tS-50. _*_
Hsrrlaburg. Pa, Haw *S4. ISO*.
Imrtag the yeara we hare been ban
I ?Rnc;
have had no eeeapAnants Ii gl??* J
I sst,.rtrthaa. When aawa
am h be wtR continue in boy i
Yours very truly
G?HLS PUP/T RUF CO..
Jae P. ?sohl
THE ONLY NEWPORT PSsTWS
AOENT FOn DAVIS* PURE PAIbJT.
S. P. MABSTOM .
Rwwpe?l SSewa. Va.
OOK WITH GAS
Buy Clothes Right
Overcoats Underwear
* Nwbbj Overcoat| for man in all the
new colors and fabric. Three-quarter
or fall length.
The PRESTO WNVKKTIHLE
OVERCOAT?TwoJ cats in one, $15
to $25. FaIMin?d or qnsrter-liued.
BOYS' AUTO COATS?With b ?n
ver?bln collar, $5 to $1U.
CHILDREN'S REEFERS?In all
colors?tan covert, red, blus aud fancy,
$2.50 to $7.5C.
For men in fleece lined, coiton ribtwd,
silk aud wool, or all wool, 5*v to $.S < ?
per garnn tit.
WRIGHTS HEALTH UNDER?
WEAR, $1.00 to %2 5U p^r ganne .t.
BOYS' UNDERWEAR?Two piece
or L'uion.Suit*. 50c to $1.00.
Sweaters
FOR MEN, LADIS8 ajul
? .CHILDREN
50c to $5.00
ttlertbeitncr $ Co?
Cor.26lh Street
and Washing?
ton Avenue *>
WANTED.
WANTED?A GOOD BOOK-KEEPER
lady or gentleman.. Address "W.,1
Daily Press. 10.
WANTED?TO BUY GOOD GHO
eery In or near Hampton. Address
"GROCERY," care The Press. 9.
WANTED?YOU TO SEE CS EOll
Surety or Fidelity Bond*. Proinpl
service; strong company lowei'
rates. Contract, Court, Fiduciary
and Fidelity Bonds. CHAPIN
NELMS & BOWEN, Inc. Insurance
of all kinds. Real Estate and Rents
9.
WANT TO SELL ? OYSTERS
fresh every day from Deep Creek
and Blunt Point, ten miles up ttu<
James, and not contaminated by
Newport News sewers. Give u?
your orders. G. W. BURCHER
4314 Huntington avenue 20.
WANTED?TO BUY, SELL OR EX
change, furniture and stoves. C W.
LEWIS, 2502 Huntington avenue.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
YOU are; WANTBD FOR A GOV
ernment position; $80 a month.
Write for list of positions open,
' FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Desk 10
Rochester, N. Y. It, 13.
FOR SALE I
FOR SALE?REMINGTON STAND
ard Typewriter No. 6; good as new.
Bargain to quick purchaser. Applv
"TYPEWRITER," Daily Press offlci
10.
for SALE?10 ROOMS. BATH AND
furnace; Southern exposure dwel
ling, in North End. $4.500. 6 rooms
and bath brick dwelling, $4,400.
Each have two lots and are South?
ern exrfhsure. Also one of the best
brick dwellings in city, at price to
surprise you. CHAPIN. NELMS &
BOWEN. Inc., Real Estate. Insur?
ance, Loans. 9.
FOR SALE?NICE DRIVING HORS
gentle and kind; will give guara
tee. Call 210 Forty-seventh street. 9
i
FOR SALE?NICE S-ROOM -AND
bath dwelling with electric lights:
two lots. $1.500. 8 rooms and bath
dwelling with 3J lots. fMSB,
rooms and bath dwelling. $1.4'>y.
And other cheap, well located hoaari
on easy terms. CHAPIN NKUIS
?V BOWEN, Inc.. 2700 Washington
avenue. Real Estate, Insurance.
Rents, Loans. 9.
FOR SALE?THE SPECIAL SALE
fiano In our window, only t2"~.
Nov. 5th. It's a beautiful Instru?
ment, s line bargain and gaaraarteed
P*?t r-rade n every particular. GEO.
D. HAMPTON PIaNO in SH
Twenty4Mghth atreet. d-tf.
FOR SALE?7 ROOM DWELLING,
on two lots, near Cbe>tnat avenue*
Sne water rtew; electric light,
hath, sewer: good section. Reduced
to $1.400. Easy terms. SOMMKR
VILLE TRUST CO., Inc. 9.
I FOR SALE?SPLBNIMD HOME ON
two bits. Twenty-ainth street near
Jefferson avenue: nausnady well
ballt; all convaoiences SOMMER
Yil.LE TRUST CO., Inc. f.
-.
FOR 8ALE?GOOD s-ROOM DWEL
ling. city water, near f'heotnut ave
oue. Rodeced to J7in.so; tost $i:.n
rash, balance long Have SOMMER
V1LLF, TRUST <NV. lac 9.
FOR SALE?CASH. RAI?Nt'E
losf tlsse and easy, hays attractive
home w|lh plenty of ground aear
Jeffersoa sveaue and saott desirablr
located Special bargain. ROM
MKRVILLK TRUST CO.. fee *
idTOR SALE-li ACSuSS, 2 SHLeW
from nty. wrtk .'-room dwoRfng. V?
acraa cleared, balance tlaiber. ljum
i ban $1 as* SOMMER VII.!.F
TRI ST ro. lac. f.
FOR EXCHANGE? FOR fTTT OR
countv panwerty. Huntiagtoa ave
noo store or Sat ahme Fnrtieth
street: TweefT-eeeenth atreet near
st
TRi ST f-o roc
. LOST ?NOV. T. CKNTI.KMAN S
open-face gold watch, on Washing
J ton avenue near Thirty-second
strOft or probably ou Old Point
-1 car. Reward for return to 125 Thir
i! ty-?ccond street. 9.
SFECIAL NOTICES.
tj INSTRUCTION IN ELOCUTION,
Oratory, Dramatic Art, Physical
Culture, Society Gymnastics, The
Delsarte Philosophy of Expression
and Literature. Physical Culture to
ladies and children in private or
ciaSg lesson. MRS. KATE ELLIS
1 WISE, ^13 Forty-eighth street 10.
i_i
Have you tried PRIDE OP VIRGINIA
I Family I.ard? It not try It, youH
I like iL Ask your grocer for IL
WE BUY AND SELL OLD BILLS:
also collect them on commission.
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE AS?
SOCIATION, Room 2, Coleman Bldg.
DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE
of charge by C. H. SCHOFIBLD,
'Phone 8' L, Hampton, Va.
TRANSFER COMPANIES.
OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS
fer; offices C. & O. Station. 'Phones,
Cits, and Bell. ?3.
TO LEND?$2"i.ii0O AT 6 PER CENT.
Also other sums. See us for loans
(on Real Estate. Prompt service on
satisfactory security. CHAPIN.
KTSUtS & BOWEN. Inc. 270i?
Washington avenue. 11.
OLD DOMINION LAND COMPANY.
? New York, October 22. IMS.
I The Annual Meeting of the Stock?
holders of the Old Dominion Land
Company, for the election of a Presi?
dent and a Board of Directors consist?
ing of said President and five other
Directors, and for the transaction of
; such other business as may properly
' come before the meeting, will be held
' at T4fe office of the Companx, Hotel
Warwick Building, Newport News.
' Virginia, on Tuesday. November 15.
1910, at 12 o'clock noon.
CHAS. BABBIDGE.
27-td. Secre'ary.
UNDERTAKERS.
J. HUGH CAFFEE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM
balmer. Office 'Phones, Bell and!
Cits. No. I. Residence, Bell No. 41.
1-20-tf.
Borrow 6 Pec Cent. Money from
Room 103 Sllshy Building. New port |
News. Va ?
Money Broker, Loans and Real Es-j
t?te. Notary Public with sesl.
-Beautiful Resident Lots overlooking'
Hampton Roads for sale. (ton. Easyj
terms. 4-2m.
CARRIAGES AT REDUCED PRICES
Carriage for marriages .$2 ?'?
Carriage for fonerala .t.M
Ambulance) .1
Carriage call In city.1.4)01
And everything else le my line of bue-j
ir.ewi
W. E. ROUSE.
'Phone SI.
NOTICE!
To the Tax Payers of the
City of Newport News
State Taxes and CTtp Levia* for the]
year 1?1" are due and napable
A penalty of Sv* per real nill he
added to ail Taxes and Levies NOT
PAID RtCFORF PRaOCMBa? 1ST.
Capital ion Taxen atasf ha n*M m
oeSec to ve4e.
J. If. CURTIS.
C+tr Tranes? cm
t'Hy Hall. Newport News, VavJ
S,
A Pleasant
Surprise
That's what; you've got
};! coming when you got y*mr
' first month's gas bill for
cooking and lighting.
We venture ths^optnion
that it will nollbTor.e-half
a? large as you expected II
would be.
If you think (hat gas Is
loo expensive for you to us?
i . for cooking why not satisfy
li yourself on that point?
We'll charge you nothing
for telling you about what
the amount of gas you'd
likely uae would cost you
each month. Just think of
the comfort you're missing
by not having a ga3 range.
DOMESTIC COKE FOR
Use Our
flazda Uamps
And cot your bill in half. Wl'h
everything bought, a souvenir will be
Riven.
Driver
Electrical Co.
Both 'Phones 148. Residence. Citx.
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FUBNITURE REPAIRED.
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