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VOL- 1X- MATHEWS C H.. VA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1912 NO. 35 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ? .?-? se??*! anything in this? Un? ret our pries before ptacln* order able* ns to turn oil tie highest ??las? work at most reasonable pricca. We pay frei*_t and onal ai",n tion to plac'ng worK In cei??~ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tery. Ws rsssectfally la ?rite you to call and inspect our large stock or fir. In tin: wkaa la Norfolk. If unable to call write as for catalogue LAWSON ?5c NEWTON 11th Street and William Ars. NORFOLK. VA ?? nue Rsarh Car Line. ?**one 8751. w -. _-? J.ilag the sa'gest business ta TMewattr Vlr *??.* The latest i a_ a roved nia i a t a e r y with i our plant Is ??julpped en Clark Sash & Door Corporation FBANK T. CLARK, President. Ifannfacturer?, Jobber? and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE PLATE AND WJNDOW QLAS? PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, POUCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WOKK, NORFOLK, VA. ?'.o i /l one y in Advance ? Satisfac? tion Guar & ntecti ? Lowest Net Factory P rices ? Easiest Terms ? A Saving of $ 1 OO to $ 2 0 O ? From Fac? tory Direct. r^__ famous ST ARCK J?? Sent Anywhere in the United States on c 30 DAYS' FREE.TRIAL IN YOUR OWN HOME WE WILL SBNDtoaara?rtol .h.? United Slate? s beautiful STARCK PIANO. ??.iur scurf, polished tc?v>lvine l?. r> atool, with brasa f?n?t aid ; . fuily warrasted for tS ySS?S, ?' - ?i hums, v ny money in i il lbs l.nndsoant-at. ?v. f ?(??1-tcned ?jid Irtish??- Brade Piano yini iiav? svsa'tSSS c r hero, I n??t entirely ?.??tisfactory and acceptable t > yoniselt and fatty (?Quai to tho moat faanoua and hi_h<-at-pa-iced ptaao aaaad? in all snt featurv?. lh?'0 it :n-y be returned to u*. In srbaeh event we ?will stand the. freicht?311* >?<'? both ?>.??.-;. We trust y<-u and Issve y<-u to be "both juiixe and jury." bsiat** yon i. r there wfO be n"> sale, and the trial ?ill nut cost you a penny. Isn't that tai: ? Your banker <>r any coinmarcisl asr-ncy will tell you we are stile as well as willing to '?on oor arasarsstss and sfl our promises andajrrtre nienta. I .iingour propoaitioa i Send for Our Sp?cial Advertiaing Offer to Firat Buyers in New Localities and Sam All Unnecessary Selling Expenses soid Profits. We will make it eray for you to deal with ua. no icUler where? you are located. We will EltY EA2>Y TtRM? to auii your needs. S<.n?l for our t?euuti?-l ?JstaJc?r Today. STARCK PIANOS ara Warranted for 25 Years, but They LAST A LIFETIME D ARC AI MS I m OJH I and In mid a.t)J rebuilt pi \ >'?'. }HK)tP(lnp. Send fo STA net: SB-NOTE SOLO fSt /*_*?._.'? PiA&?S ua;.'...- i mists .1 flayer Piano ? J. OTHER- MAKES pianos at ? <fl. JSO. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ r list. Church .t ?';uior Or. ans?ail stylus and prices. l! ur beautiful literature will Ir.wrest 3 ou. Mention this paper. ?*? P.* A. ST?RGit PIAN0.C0., Manufacturers Executive Offices and Warerooms, 210-212 So. Wabash Aye, CHICAGO, ILL. Dept. SCHEDULE S0RF0LK-MATTHEWS-<.1.(MTESTER ROFTE. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Effective Thursday MAY 23rd, Ste amer MOBJACK will perform service on the Xorfolk-Mathew6-Glouce_5ter route as follows: Monday Wednesday and Friday. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. L Lv. \r. XT. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). Portsmouth (North St. Wharf). Norfolk (Hay Line Wharf). Old Point (Government Whf.)... l'hilpot's Wharf. East River... Williams' Wharf, East River... IHeks' Wharf, Knst River., Diggs' Wharf, East River. Roane'f Wharf. Ware River.... Bailey*! Wharf, W*t?3 River.. Hoekley. W_re River. * /?.urn Wharf, North River... nixondale. North River. Severn Wharf, Severn River... Old Point (Covcrnment Wharf) Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1) ronsu.cuth (North St. Wharf) 6:30 a. m. 0:45 a. in. 7:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 10:15 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 1 1:00 a. ro. 12:00 m. I _ : 1 ? p. m. 1:00 p. m. 5:00 p. J3J. 0:00 p. m. 6:lf> p. m. 6:30 a. m. 6:45 a. in. 7:00 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 10:15. a. m. 10:30 a. ra. 11:00 a. m. 12:00 a. m. 12:20 p. m. 12:40 p. _. 5:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 0:ir. p. 111. JAMES RIVER Night Line E*?erj Btaalag between >orfolk and KU-lnnotid, STEAMERS BERKLEY and BRAlttrOS Fare First-Fliis? $'2.00 fiieb tviij, Imlndln? IJerth In Stall-room. Seoond-Cla?s hieliidintr Bert- ?Lse ?*we Norfolk 7:00 P. M. ) -, _ , -__-?> Daily, including Sunday. ..a.? RlihmejiO 7:00 P. M. \ 9 MAIN LINE FliO.M NOBtOl.1 LeaTe 7 P. M., Sunday Excepted Arrive in New York 3:30 P. M., following afternoon. Leave New York 3:00 P. M. (Sunday excepted). Arrive in Norfolk 10:30 A. M. following morning. TARE?First-class, one way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, berth Included, rcund trip, limit thirty days, $14.00. >TKEl"-i atea ;?.\TEttOOMS at ticket office, 169 Main Street, Opposite Atlantic Hotel, or at Company's office, on the wharf, Norfolk, Va. All schedules subject to change without notice. E. E. PATJBN, Assistant Ga?era] Manager. 5 POSTAL CLFKKS 1 KILLED IN WRECK ?uno i????.i??i i i? i x* riiouiTlKS I ?.I ?HOll.D OK i \ I \|. \, ? mi vi TO BafPLOl M \>shi:i.d, 0. Special. local poslollUe Hiilhiirh us ?aere imiiHeil tiii-, lereneen (hat t?\.- ???atal ? lerka I??-?? llo'lr ll\ea In I lM- wreek of Unitininre und Ohio paaaeacer N??. II. ni < I? it-ii k?> Jaaetlou, ttiis i turn In v.. Knrly r?t??.rta were that the en Klii?'?r and Itremiu were killr-l and on?* imhII clerk Injun.I. \ rourlh-Hat?' N'avt What a hoe I th? ? ?lily thh ild be thrown in ?a!u be found lnad?squate tlon! win n the ; coun? try protest- ?1 age of pre? paredness that P< es, what t., the i bar It Is all it there i- no dang? ? of the i dan? ger at present, the ? tuntry might well naval m that tu If the Un prepare Itself now, howev? would not be open to m or the m use of f? ? rS ? l The assertion Meyer the i louse ? : i Com? mittee that Japan n 191 ? will have wrested the 1 third tu power from 1! ? ibis country wi rlculty in maintaining Itseli ? un? less two battle?- ithorlsed each to th? who are trying | the expense ol Th.- tuntry so rich aa the : ild vol? untarily take fourth i nk ing of the world tlon the pro;;' who have the pow? ? nation. If the coming ? ?rk. The want an ment, but tl ?Ian the ? 1 ? v would either for or pro tlon of tl for1 Is It likely, thei will ? which this nat into fourth p] ibly still r? In a t omy and pa? ". ill win time, and th Is In 1 I navy bill - the floor of the II ARCHBOLD ON STAND IN CAMPAS?N PROBE WASHINGTON, l>. (. special. The .senate ' titilit It tee on Cam? paign Contri! 1 . .1- undertook m nn ?arelni ihe relations between the s ta tu lard <>il Com and iie-rsili. rs of Congre? an.i other publie inen when John H. Arehbold, ihr lii aiieial load of th?* Standar?I t)il ? ouipany, took the stand Tluirxliu. .Mi. \i< i?i id liait hi-- attention i letters in Hem -t Magazint?. In which lie appear?, to have sent large sums 10 foiiuei Senator John H. l-'nrakcr, of Ohio. while Mr, t'oruker was in the Sen? ate. Mr. Art'hbold admitted send at diil? icol nines $15,000, SI 1.500, SI e.!?:u> and So.?'???? to .Mr. ? iv?'r. Arehbold admitted In- had writ ten the "enticing way*-'" lett?-r of ????toher "???. 1002, 1?? Senator Quay, in which be stated "Not because we think i ?? ?-houhl be rtcctcd, but betausi >i y??ur enticing ways, v\<- ?-?'nil y. ii $10.000." The witnt*-- -ai.i thai the $10. ooo .?-?'lit i.M.u In the enticing way?- letter ?as .<?r some cam? paign matter. WASHINGTON. D. C, Bf*eia]? When Senator ? ?-ipp called the ?-cuate touimlttco investigating ? amnaign ? \p< n-?'s to ?irilcr at io:io o'clock today, I,. C. Laylln, Of ColumbllS As? latent Se? retar.*, of tin* Interior and manager of the Tan pi.?-< ?>n? ?'iiti??ii campaign in Ohio, wan questioned by sen? ator Clapp: Q. l>o .Milt recall how mn? 1? the statement, which you w?ere re? quired to Ble i ? il? r the law, show? ed as ti.e amouni of contributions to the Tail pr? eonv?entlon ram? paigu in yuir State? v. Bctwet?n Stt5,000 and $T0, 000. Q. \\\i rthntlons were made ??n; those given by Ciini 1? s 1 A. We cd contributions from Cl a iiilh-s. Hnlburl Taft and one >"?> olh?er small tontrtbut mounting i?> no mon? tbs Q. \\n~ 8 ' ' '.v sent Into ? Ohio du: i M period for ti??* Tafl cate| A. I have knowl?*?lg?> of nn] ox? ?pt ? ? 'in? I have men? tioned, :; se were given to ,'orj j. statement ?>f . penses v ?' Ried in? hide tin* ,., p Stat m ciition in June? A. Xo. q. y? ; crt p ?sltlvely that no mon?' -? '>' Into Ohio? \. > . all heard of. 1 ?H-i not i the money and mjr statemei ?' 1-eer rsay, t? j;;, . hear that from men With Wim >ou were associated? A. \ t?. v '?' ivouW Know whether money i l',,t i,,to Ohio ?>r not? A. 11| ta a n?>l say. Repreacnta l?X4. iley might or Mr. \or?i '?? I am not sun?* about : By S? r Honioreiit?: t?' j, a know anything of Hi,? | Representative M> Kinle] r-nhl be sent into Ohio? A. I do not: hut sin-h money may hh -? ???'??n s??*iit. JJANT ON STAND. Mr. ?\ i'ii was ear need and a. II. t'i.-'A president of the South? ern kB^'V. was called. l'l.i'tB^'bJi'?'?! he knew of no ?oiitiol Bj math* to the prc <-oii\ I Hsumpaigii of HI 1*2. Semi^H Hfr th?*il asked (be wit ? Hii?* ?controller of the Soutjfl HL>lway; whether he (I'lnfl ^ffiicd ?Ivor to the t n tlcrv^ |vH*plt? a large sum of mot replied Mrw Plant, who ?h from Alabama. ***1 know Mr. i ? i oodf i>asi I had n<> ? ?>iin?< I.< wills Hi?.* I n?l?-rw?)'Ml < a o-1 I ill?- sasertlon nator Diaoa, Trfiltr oa the . >?.'it Ik in Railway i l> bucked t!i?* 1 ii?l?-rw???>?l |>r?--< oii\?ution linht. John I). Archbold liad already becii sworn and do oat? was a?l lllilli?.!?! Ill wIk-ii lu- look III?* stand io ? 11 ? : | > 1 < -1 ;. < nt his testimony ? aboai two mouths stgo. R< - log ir?-4|ui-iiti> to Hearst's izlne, Senator Clapp Im iii<- examination of ilu? magnate. M?-i .lohn l>. An libold had been tailed i?> ill*? stand, s?n ai?n- I'oiiK-iv-n?-. apparently *?u pi? ion?. Usai rinnt had been "holding ?ml" on him, a?-k??l th?? Southern Railway official il h?' knew "i any ? ?iniriiiiiiioiis from n t?i the IJnderWOOd or other oampalgn fanda. "Tiicic were none," replied I'laiit. QCESTIOXS ARCIIBOl 1?. < luiiiiiuiii ?Clapp th?*n questloa ! Mr. Xnhbohi. Q. i show you from page 2201? < r Hearst's Magasine i"? May. 101$, ?rimI purports 10 be a l?-i ter dated March <;, 1900, from jron to Senator Dl?on. A. I have in? ?loiiht I wrot?? the letter. Q. It read: MAc*cordlng t<? our nnderHtaadlng I now inclose, to >ou a ? criiiical?* ?if deposit for $15,000. Mr. r*>iak?r i?. n?>t at present in the Senate, but, ander ilu- ia-?t resolution, ?re are em? powered i?> ?;?> lato mattens be tweea yea .".ml nienabers of tin* Ihm?-?* anil S?nal?'." A. The payments were foe Sen? ator Porakcr's service as our counsel in Ohio. Senator ? lapp thea railed tin* witn?"?-?' attention '?? :?m>ih?r l?-t ter, acknuwledged by \i<hb??l<l. sending si |,&oo to Fon?ker. Tin- altness explained this ? lie? k with th?* name words as before. \ third note, IncJoaltig $10,000, followed. 'I : knowl ??(l_???i Isavlru; -?in -1? h a letter and citcck, raying ?hat this also va- in- Senator Foroker's 1 Fire thousand dollars araa tin* ?oned io the fourth ami the fortner Ohio M-na thls rnone*! also ror his services a- ?outiscl. II \N\A 1 I III.U. The chairman then sltowcd the ?lines?. (I;?? remainder of th?? pho? tographic <-'n??? ??? in tin- magazine. Mr. \nhholtl did not deny thai he hail written tin* i?*tt?*r. adding that Willie he had no specific ree ollection of tliem, hi- did not doubt thai lie wrote them. Chalnrian Clapp read to the witness from another Hearst ma-r azlnc a letter, doted Januar) i??. lOOO, to tin- late Senator Mar A. Hanns. Tin?, letter asked Seo alor Ilaana t?i oppose two mea ? un-?. b?-ic?rc the ?ihio l.??_-i-?l:itur??. One of ilu? measures ?vas a hill t>> am? ml the ariti-lrii-l law ami the oiin-r was a r?solution for the an polntnient ?if an lnv?*stigatlng commit tee. which the l?*(t?*r rhar a?t?-i i/<-il m- a snoat malicioii im-a-ur?-. Tin* letter contluned: "We wrlah to ??nlist you promptly in the defeat of these measiir???-. Will yon 1 thing possible to accomplish their defeat?" "What ha?.?- you Io -a> to thl?<?" asked Senator Clapp. Archbold replied: Thai wa an era of so-called *-trik?? legisla lion,' ami ?r 1 wrote thai letter lili?- i- 111.- evei ??-." Clapp as 10 wliai h?' Knew of this letter Arch bold replied: "1 really have mi !??'? ?Ih'elion of that com? munication.** Q. Hai your lil'-- for auch a letter? A. I have, and I Und none. I ma) have written ?? letter such as von have, lmt I have no recollec? tion of it. Senator Clapp read another magasine letter, 10 s. C, II. Gros venor. encl?sslng $10.000, This wa? in 1000. Arehliol?! said that it must have been a eosstrlbutlon to one of his campaigns. \ printed copy ?if a letter from Senator Hanna t?? Arehbold fol? lowred. DREAMED OF r.i'Kci. \ks \Mi POUND ?.I.MS <.<iNi: NEW VORK dal.?Mrs. Ru? dolph KatS, !?< Cl Street. ?onkers. dreamed ;i week ago Mon day night that burglars had cat her band's throat and m with her Jewela She ;t\voke with a scream ra?; into her husband's room, wh ?und him sleeping sound? ly, unharmed. lier dream had been .?<> vivid, how I, th:ii before Mrs. KatS went I t.. bed ?he looked for a Jewel case 1 that had been on her d The . an?! with it $ : w?>rth ?>f gams belonging t?> her ??ml to her daughter. Pani ! Hie hen no j t r.i matter w:?s reported to the police. < 'api le the when he admitted thai v, ? t.. th.- lewela or to the thief, ? Indow op ..! chamber 1 I the . la ? th-- re. f, o; which ; floor ??' ? ? 1 lions ROOSEVELT TOURS STATE OF WISCONSIN ?-\N?- VIl.snV HIT HIM FIRST, SO CI \\ \?- PORCF.I1 TO SAN II \KI) WORDS. SUPERIOR. WJ nel Itoosevell Invaded ti for the flrsl time t ince th dent mosl speech h< iling Governor Wilson for his titude toward the corpoi plaining tirst thai he atta? h candidate reluctantly. hould never have thought of attacking Wilson, but he atta? I me." the Colonel "1 an peaceful man." audience Intel With liter, in which th Good Advi?'?*. "Value your friends my boy, value ] your friends." remarked the moss backed citlsen. "Some men s.-.m to think that people who are willing to be friendly with them can't amount to much." / INSULTED LADIES HEAVILY FINED R I C II M O N !). VA rd- ? by .1 ? ? The father was dumfoun rd- j ing t? ? ? UP and, i Mr :he ' ? the nearest patrol box. It is I ol rough handling of oung man by th. Wh. n hrst he v. ? u hi? h. i ? up In 1 He is said :? l.i | I, and. upoi h Mr. M< ? 11 e y ? POLICE THINK THEY HAVE SHREWD CROOKS R I C H MOND. V \. -Special. 'I in- heai In _ de Johnson and M irj ?'.?-o >p, tin tj -< and twenty-? i- old, re? spect) i ch. arrested Thursdaj by l*atrol knur, chargeai ?VV it 11 he : ; i : 1 I - era, i ; totlay. ? ?in? in net I i r 1 "t li. i he women arc ucciist'd of ; at S 10. from II. \V. H .V Hro. Tl unk and l pan*., anil a -ilk ?It?--, i a hi? '. from Fourqurean. IVinple ?av Co., 1-7 138 la-- i ? ??i rcet. ?after making liupiiri?'?* con rernlng On* repair of a trunk, the women arc said t" h picked up an alligator grip as they left il??- Rountrce retail es? tablishment, ti? "US Fast Broad Street. ( i?*rk A. \. Tinslej dis coveretl tluni ?. the act ami fol l??\\???l thorn to 12~> North Si\ih *-i?i !. ??. her?? tlu-y ar?* uuilcr-tond to laave ask?rd pcrml?*>ton t?i leave the grip. Tln?ley wi hold of Patrolman SttH'kmsr snd swatted tlie return of the women. When they re? turned Hi? > had the suit with th? ni. They were nrr??te?l lo? k?*?l up in Seeond Holi?*?' Sta? tion, h.'ing unable to fitrniah !>?>ii?l. They wer?- ?.carchi ?I and nior<? than i> >i?. each of them. Harry M. Smith. Jr.. has retained t?> defend them. The Bishop woman say? *-*??* I*? fron. FYcderlek-burg. The John iroman Haintst New York a> 1i?t h?iiii<*. Their occupations glv?*n as dom?est The modus operaadl of tin? wo? men In the dry g?.?ls store was unique. t>nc rf them wtire what. .h ?j ?? exterior, appeared In la* an opera coat. Au examin?t! in of tin? iui?*ri??r a slit, ??r inner pocket, of sufficient sise to acixminitalate both Miit and hail \n Ungracious Ad. "Mr. Wombs : ik. some . m?" the mer? chant. "Ann what shall we put It "Just say Wombat, the srocer, was 1 stuck ?10 for thli STEAMER COLLIDES ? WITH BATTLESHIP \i:\Y YORK. Special.?The steamer Hided with the V. I st:.t? s battl? rly toda; baw, inward boon?! from Texas, while ing to avoid a collusion mer St. ship. The battl? shij' ' GIRL IS Hit I ?.?.1 i. ?? ' i I *-i\?.' s\i li' l'on t ?il.n NEW YORK. Special.?When, the pa? rents of Miss M a Street. Brooklyn, went out I to wake her up, buc fail Can at a Small Cost Have Modern Water Conveniences in YOUR HOME Write for our Free Catalog. Buy your fixtures direet from us and save money. A little mechanical ingenuity on your part together with our up-to-date fittings, our instructions, prints and cuts, you can install the system yourself. Home Water Supply Corporation 1?60 Water Street ?? - Norfolk, Virginia J. P. NOTTi NQH VM. V -Pr?s, and Tat? THE BANK OF MAWEWS, Inc. Paid Up Capital $25,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. ft snd Individuals and o?r*>rs to e-js'c-ntrs banking frierest lllewtrd (in Storings A?rcouats. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M C. X CLINTON rOSTBACTOB FOR EQUIPMENT AND REPAIR* I!* ?i hima. HATEI SUPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, I'lf r ? >W tM.lNKS. ACETYLENE '?AS, GASOLINE (?AS. ELECTRIC LIGHTING, HEELS AND TELEPHONES, flEATING, RANGES. 8PECIFICATI0NS AND ESTIMATES, Dbxondale, Va. ? d. TI ford SI ' ?' ? ' tempi ? nomi :ni?:lil th? > kill t! It 1 ? ?r ? \ ill n ' : ill.mi Noah's L i il i m ? n t is the y 1er Uheumil 10s, L*M\\! ?ai ?. S t itl Joints and Mu: Sor? Thront. Co'.': Crampe, Kent Toothache, und SU N' and Mu?m'1?' ? ? an?i Pains. Thsgesulne has North's Ark o? i puck?fcv and li?oks lik cut. d on of package and "Noah*?. Liniment" always in RED ink. Beware of Imitatu na. Large t*o?tle, v eu d" ? ' c r s in m ed lei .ii Ri-niedy Co-, Inc.. Richmond, Vu. Old Farms Made New Bigger c rope?E Vour land is only worth what it will produce, li it is run tiown d improductive, our Ground Oyste. Shell LIME S ? for ALFALFA ird PE RIF?S OYSTER CC U.TIMORE, Mil. I CHES ft Akt Litt CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CHI OF BALTIMORE and CITY OF NORFOLK litii'tl oilli Marconi ??rd?** Betwcren NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave .Norfolk 6:15 P. ML, Old Point fort 7:15 P. IL, arriving Balti? more at 7:0?) A. at. the following morn tog. 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HITIGINS, W. 0. HIDGINS HUDSON ft HUDGINS, F. BARFl?' ft CO, General Merchants, George J. Dl The GVl-A-CGL Me*. Co., incorporated PORTSMOUTH, YA. ?e?e^e-e^t>a^a-?aa-??ea?aeae??oae Dr. M. S. FOSTER VA : .-?. *??.?..?..?'..??..*'.??*.'?.VW.'^.'^?W-.V.V.*^V.?k.*^??>-??. ?i Cheap Gfi sses I Are ii??t only injurious to tho c causing irreparable injury fre- ? .jiiently, but they are most ex- ? pensive in the long run. Cur ? Uy is the best that cr? M y ught. Our uiipxcell?3d faclli X ti?at and skilled workmen enable X i -factorlly. y Wri; alogue. f 6. L HALL OPTICAL CO, INR. & ( Norfolk-Rachinond-Ljueabttirf.l $ 53 Granby St., Nor?o'.*, Vt ? X Kv. ryth.ng Optical and Photo ? graphic.