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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, I0D0.
WHERE WAS MR. EAST "BEFORE"'
The voice of Mr. .T. Finnic East,
the Honorable J. 'Frank East, has risen
again. It has been heard often in the
city, and will be recalled by many in
as many connections. That Incompar?
able statesman and typical Norfolk
Councilman has come to the front as
the mouthpiece ami .siMikesir.au of the
apparently deceased Councllmen, who
assured the people Of their intention to
protect them; who were converted at
the last moment, and who voted an an?
nuity of about $30,uo0 to the Bell Tele?
phone Company, with the privilege to
Increase that sum as that peerless pub?
lic institution felt the desire.
The Weather Bureau had failed to
hang out ,a storm Bignal, bo the coming
of this great statesman from the South,
like a West India, storm, broke in upon
the stunned senses of a surprised lot
of taxpayers like a zigzag streak of
blue, fiendish lightning from a clear
sky. He has come to wake up the
sleeping, and to Kive reasons why those
immaculate statesmen, who, since the
Council meeting, have stood stiff and
mute In the silence of the dead, voted
to tax the people of this city $30,000 a
year and hand over that magnillcenl
endowment to the pauperized Bell Tel?
ephone Company! Yes, lie has arrived,
and he spake as one arisen from the
And out of the mouth of this oracle
have come forth words that will fall
fresh and inspiriting upon the dried
und parched tongues of the several
sphinxes, who, since the memorable oc?
casion of endowing the Reil Company,
have In en known, far and wide, as the
Silent Councllmen. ?"The Bell Compa?
ny is losing money," said Mr. Hast.
The Boll Company is supposed to have
l?.si $30,000 in three years, and IF thai
im true, that Is the reason, ho says, ho
voted against lixing a maximum rule
i.i the Bell Company's franchise, the
Fame da that fixed In the States Com
l-any's franchise. Mr. East believes
that the Beli Company has lost that
money, bccutise it says so ?self. al?
though ii declines to say how. Now.
the thlldllVo confidence] and faith of
the Great Cily father hursts in upon :<
benighted people, like a golden ray of
sunlight from the. splendor of the noon?
day sun. The people of this i lly had
legged and entreated the Bell Com-'
1 any to tell them how it was losing
money. Like the Counciiuu-n who
voted for the Bell Company, it hits
stood silent and dumb, unless. Indeed,
it has whispered the Information into
the cars of "four out of five" of the
Talephohe Committee the tad story
With bur dip Into Militarism we arc
getting a taste of the army scandal (is
it i.-- known in Europe, and the bureau?
crats are going In for the Intrigue that
liont ycombs the service with petty
spites and jealousies! Buffington at?
tacks Miles' protege, Miles threatens
nuflington with an Investigation, and
the Bureau of Ordnance and the Gen?
eral of the Army are at it hammer and
t i. Can't we get up a Dreyfus
At the meeting of the Frcedman's
Society of the Church in Newark. N. .1.,
?iflhop Fowler made a severe onslaught
on Hooker T. Washington?that he w as
"for peace at the price of the soul." be?
cause Washington advises the negro to
be orderly and Industrious. Wo. have
often wondered that Booker Washing?
ton's sensible views had not called
down upon him Just nuch tirades as
t'olJ seems to have been.
TWO DEFEATS FOR THE BELL
THERE ARE OTHERS I
In view of the proposition to estab?
lish the "People's Telephone Company"
here, to give competition and reasona?
ble rods. It may not be uninteresting
to note the tactics the Hell Company
has adopted to meet similar move?
ments In other places and the outcome
According to the correspondent of |
ih" New York Commercial; the Reil
Company In Ashevllle, N. C, formerly
charged $:'?(' for residence 'phones and
$ln for business Infuses, the Instru?
ments beinK old anil the grounded wire
system being used. The Hoard of
Trade approached the Hell officials and
ashed that the system be Improved and
the rates reduced to a figure that
would be reasonable in a city the size
of Ashevllle. The Hell Company de?
clined to ??ither improve its system or
reduce its rates. As a result, the
Board of Trade advertised for a new
company, guaranteeing 400 subscribers
from the Mart. A company was formed
and a system Installed, the RATES
BIS INC SIXTEEN HOLLARS A
YEAR FOR RESIDENCES AN D
TWENTY-FOUR DOLLARS FOR
BUSINESS HOUSES. THE BELL
COM PA X V PROMPjTLY CUT RATES
BELOW THE NEW COMPANY,
AND FINALLY OFFERED FREE
TELEPHONES TO OLD SUBSCRIB?
ERS, HI T TO NO PURPOSE. All the
druggists, physicians and market men
refused to use the Bell 'phone on any
conditions, followed by business men
In other lines, and househholders, un?
til ONLY FIFTY OF ITS * 'PHONES
REMAINED IN USE. The new com?
pany started with 441? 'phones, and Its
business grew rapidly, the system
PAYING A DIVIDEND OF EIGHT
PER CENT. ON THE INVESTMENT.
In Grand Rapids, Mich., much the
same thing occurred. There tho Bell
Company's rates were S4S and $30.
THE CITIZENS' TELEPHONE COM?
PANY XV A S ORGANIZED, GIVING
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE FOR THIR?
TY DOLLARS AND TWENTY DOL?
LARS. THE BELL CUT ITS RATES
TO $24 AND 812; nnd finally, for twen?
ty-two months, gave free residence ser?
vice. Nevertheless, the Citizens' Com?
pany had at the end of that time one
thousand .six hundred nnd seventy
three (1.C73) office and 'eight hundred
and thirty-live (835) residence 'phones,
against live hundred and seventy-four
(Tu t) office and six hundred and ninety
eight c;:ts) residence 'phones on tho
This shows nt once the cut-thront
method* to which the Dell Cum pan y is al?
ways ready to resort in ilie face of real
tow i>i tit tint. Hint the futility of them ax
against an efficient, honestly managed Citi?
zens' Company furnishing service at rcfl
THE TIGER AND OTHERS.
Tammany Hall is not an organiza?
tion for the promotion of piety and
does not pretend to be. Yet, if facts
no for anything, It is not nearly so
black as it is painted. For several
generations It has been held up to
public reprobation as the consumma?
tion of corrupt ring rule in politics.
Its enemies have been its historians,
and naturally it has accumulated u
surplus of unsavory reputation.
A little closer examination will show
that Tammany is better, not worse,
than the average political machine in
the larger cities. New York Is better
governed to-day, in every essential re?
spect, than either Philadelphia or Chi?
cago. Ii is not openly and shameless?
ly pillaged by Its government as Is
Philadelphia. In which the city officials
nre Interested in the concerns that
make the sewerage, paving and light?
ing contracts a riot of loot. New
York's elections are comparatively free
from the police intimidation nnd fraud
that make both the primaries and elec?
tion of Philadelphia a travesty on the
free ballot. Despite the great outcry
there Is less evidence of collusion be?
tween the police and dive keepers in
New York than in Chicago, while In
the latter actual overt violence In
(??rime makes the life and purse of the
citizen insecure. When the press 61
the city made protest at' Hup wholesale
hold-ups that nightly occurred, tho
Chief Of the Police calmly replied that
citizens should carry revolvers and
shoot the foot-pads. Nobody will con?
ti nd, if he know anything of the facts,
. ? any such condition obtains under
Tammany rule in New York.
Judged by ideal standards. Tammany
la lly made the object of virtuous
lion; when measured ngainst
the political machines of other cities
it appears to be about the best of the
P>i. As every largo city Is ruled by a
pti.'ltlcal machine, the latter lf> the only
ialr or practical way of judging Tam
m. i v. n is the opinion of unpreju?
diced men thai, under the spur of pub
ho sentiment ami its sense of politi?
cal expediency* Tammany keeps N?w
York up to i.s high a moasu.o of <le
cenuy nnd morality ns the city is 'will?
ing to stand for, and actually d ies
more to suppress vice and crime than
could any organization that would
lake its place* In case of its defeat .nt
th? polls. It Is this fact that makes
Tammany so nearly invincible In imi
liicii .1 elections In New York city, A
largo part ?f ihc Ihdep.on'l^n't vote re
gar la Tammany rule as about the best
the city can have.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN COLORADO
Rev. William O'Ryah, of Denver,
has created something of a stir In
Colorado by condemning Woman Suff?
rage, after an observation of Its work?
ings In the recent election. In an In
terview in tho New York World Rev.
"I voted for woman suffrage when It
was presented to us, but now I feel
that I ought to throw a white sheet
about myself and stand in front of
the church door und do penance for
it. Itv is working hard to the women
of the State. I have been shocked to
see them engaged in political work, as
they have In precincts canvassing, and
on election day at the polls. The
women ore losing their womanhood
There is not the smallest probability
that woman suffrage will ever be le?
galized outside a few States In the
West that go in for frills In govern?
ment that would not be tolerated In
the more staid Commonwealths of the
East. The fact, however, that woman
suffrage Is being actually tested takes
It out of the category of mere academic
propositions nnd makes It a matter of
practical Interest. It is strange, there?
fore, that so little has been written of
this new experiment In government,
which, however we may believe It fore?
doomed to failure, stands alone In his?
tory. Yet this condemnation of woman
suffrage by.Rev. O'Ryan is tho only
expression of opinion touching the
matter that we have noted during or
since the campaign. A study of the
woman suffrage proposition at close
range In Colorado would be a distinct
contribution to current sociological llt
"Murder will out." "Make sure your
sins will nnd you out." "As sure as
there Is a Ood, there is a just retribu?
tion." There ne'er was nor ere will
be a man capable of keeping forever
secret a sin. It may be bound and
gagged for a long time; the man him?
self may die with it faithfully tucked
into his bosom; but like a little devil.
It will break Its chains and spring forth
to condemn and curse them he loved
the best, even If he has been successful
in suppressing it during life. "As you
sow, so shall you reap." There never
yet lived a man who did not eventually
Und that "his chickens tame home to
A London correspondent says that
the Chinese imbroglio has given rise to
a crop of ??shilling shockers" In fiction,
and cites these samples: "The Dark
Secrets of the imperial Palace," and
the "Walls of the Dead at Pekln," is
the title of one. The next is "Elvlre,
the Chinese Bride; or. Heaven and
Hell in China:" the third deals with
"Prince Titan, the Mysterious Emperor
of China, and the Poisoning Woman at
Pgkln;" and the last of this amazing
cluster is on the subject of "The Sail?
or's Bride; or, the Chinese Assassins."
It's no good. This country Is a mere
parvenu In the Imperial business.
Colorado has just given a lino sample
of Boxer civilization.
NOUS AM? OPINIONS.
There is a good deal of nonsense go
iuj-r the rounds touching the reorgani?
zation of the Democratic party. Duo
would fancy that a party which has
just polled seven millions of voles anil
which, aside from iis National Com?
mittee, has its Stale and County Com?
mittees in evry Commonwealth and
bailiwick throughout the land, is al?
ready fairly well organized. There nre
methods made aim provided by which
tliis party machinery may be revised
and it is to be taken for granted that
these methods will be adhered to.
T1110 BELL, CO. IN CHATTANOOGA.
The fact that the Cumberland Tele?
phone Company has raised rates on all
toll lines to and from Chattanooga, as
staled in the Times of yesterday morn?
ing, has caused no end of indignation j
among the merchants and patrons of
the lines. The advance has been 33 1-3 !
The fact that the rates on residence ]
and business 'phones have been raised ;
in Knoxville by this company since its
purchase of the East Tennessee Com?
pany but confirms the report which
comes straight from an authoritative
source that the rates v. Ill be raised on
all classes of "phones in Chattanooga.
But the Indignation has but little ef?
fect. Tho toll rates were raised before
any one knew anything about it.
it will be remembered that when the
fight between tie- old Rast Tennessee
Tel phone Company and the proposed
independent company was up, Presi?
dent Noel, of tie- I'..ist Tennessee Com?
pany, appeared before the council and
made a voluntary reduction In rates.
He asked the council to sign a contract
with him covering a given number of
years. This that body refused to do.
Had this been done, the Cumberland
Company would now be bound fay the
same contract, as the successor to the
East 'I'etfnessee Company. As It Is.
tho Cumberland, a strong company,
has secured control or the system, the
city Is without a contract, and the
company Is at liberty to raise the
rates whenever it sees fit.
There was considerable talk yester?
day of taking the matter up at the
council meeting on Tuesday night, and
of asking tor the appointment of a
committee to confer \ylth the Cumber?
land officials on the subject and ask
them to sign a contract for a certain
number of years, agreeing to maintain
the present rates, on condition that the
city would grant no franchise to an?
There was also talk of applying to
the Legislature for relief.
In 1449 the Dutch landed on the Isl?
and of Sumatra, for purposes of "be?
nevolent assimilation." after tho recdnt
.McKinley method In the Philippines,
The Sumutrans are Mala.;. Since
that time, in the l?th century, the
Atchln?se of Sumatra have contested
the attempted Dutch subjugation foot
by foot. In Appleton'S Cyclop. Ha for
1R06. page 500. we have the. following
account of this attempted Dutch en?
"In 1S*U tbe revolt broke out afresh.
Since then the Dutch have held only
n small triangular district, with a mil?
itary dead-line drawn in the Interior,
marked by nit embankment surrounded
by a railroad, Inside of which a Malay
rebel is shot on sight. Outside of this
line no Dutoh force can march with?
out danger of being caught in an am?
bush and annihilated.''
Have Discontinued the Southern Bell
THE LIST IS GROWING.
For the Information of the public the Vlrglnlan-Pllot will from day to day
publish a list of the names of business houses and residences that have dis?
continued the service of the Southern Bell Telephone Company. If you have
discontinued, or Intend to do so, please notify the Vlrglnlan-Pllot.
The following list of subscribers, who have ordered their 'phones out, has
been furnished the Vlrglnlan-Pllot:
ARMSTRONG & BRAINARD, Real estate, 308 Main street.
AMES, 13ROWNLEY & HORNTHAL., Dry goods and notions. Monticello
Hotel, corner Granby streect and City Hall avenue.
A. BRINKLEY & CO.. * Wholesale grocers, 157 Water street.
CAPT. J. M. BURDEN, Grocer, Church and Nicholson streets.
W. LINDSAY BIBB. Attorney at law, 53 Granby street.
C. H. BULL & CO., Wholesale lumber, 611 Columbia Bldg.
C. H. BULL. Residence.
CHARLES J. BASSETT. Milliner, 3SG Main street.
J. L. BUNTING, Grocer and ship chandler, corner Main and Mathew streets.
G. S. BRIGGS & CO.. Wholesale lumber, rooms 504-SOS Citizens' Bank bld'g.
BRAMBLETON LOCAL BOARD OF IMPROVEMENTS.
W. L. BROOKE & CO., Wholesale grocers and provisions, SI Roanoke ave.
L. R. BRITT &. CO., Wholesale grocers, 12 Nlvlson street.
D. CARPENTER, Furniture and carpets, 350 Main street.
D. CARPENTER, Residence.
COUPKR MARBLE WORKS, 159 Bank street.
COURTLAND LUMBER CO.. C02-G03 Citizens' Bank building.
COLUMBIA PEANUT CO.. 307-311 Water street.
CABLERS BAKERY, 5C Bank street.
L. W. DAVIS, Wholesale tobacco and manufacturer of cigars, 94-9C Com
mercia l Place.
GEORGE W. DEY & SONS, General Insurance agents. 2G1 Main St.
S. DOZIER, Dry goods and notions, 20G Main street.
DUNCAN BROS., Wholesale and retail grocers, 41 Market Place.
R. J. DU NN INC, Residence.
J. W. DEJARNETTE, Merchandise brokers. 148 Water street.
J. ENGLE & BRO.. Hardware, cor. Main St. and Roanoke avenue.
EGGLESTON & EPPES, Insurance, Haddlngton building.
E. B. FREEMAN & CO., Lumber ma mifaclurers, C02-603 Citizens' Bank
E. B. FREEMAN, Residence.
R. S. GODWIN & CO., Produce com mission merchants, 75 Roanoke avenue.
F. L. GRANDY, Hay, grain and feed, 42 Ronnoke avenue.
IL B. GOODR1DGE & CO., Wholesale grocers, 92-93 Water street.
T. W. GODWIN & CO., Proprietors Virginia Iron Works, 452-IC2 Water St.
J. S. GROVES CO., Wholesale fruit, produce nnd commission merchants, 39
41 Roanoke square.
GALE JEWELRY CO., 310 Main street.
HUDSON & BRO., Freight transportation, river, bay and sea towing, C8
C. H. HOOVER, N. Y. Life Ins. Co., Citizens' Batik Bldg.
JOHNSON & DAUGHTREY. Wholesale commission, Roanoke Dock.
A. M. JOHNSON, Contractor and builder.. 192 Bank street.
JESSE JONES & SON, Hay, grain and mill feed, 20-30 Roanoke Dock.
KELLY & BORUM, Wholesale grocers, 3S-40 Commerce street.
KELLY, THORNTON & WILLIAMS, plumbers, 171 Bank street.
DR. J. F. LYNCH, Office 201 Columbia building.
LAWRENCE & WELTON, Dry goods and notions, 21S Main street.
MOTTU. DEWITT & CO., Brokers, 31 Granby street.
F. E. NOTTINGHAM, Real estate and rental, Columbia Bldg.
OLD DOMINION PAPER CO., Paper Dealers and printers, 9S-100 Commer?
B. G. POLLARD, Commission merchants, 3C Roanoke Square.
j. w. PERRY & CO., Cotton factors and commission merchants, Fayette,
corner Lde. South* in Railway wharf.
J. W. PERRY. Residence.
THE PF.TERSP.1T.G. NORFOLK ?: JAM KS RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
J. W. PEDDIN &. CO., Wholesale grocers, 49 Commercial Place.
IL L. PAGE & CO., Real estate and rratal agents and auctioneers, 22 Bank
II. L. PAGE, Residence*
POCOMOKE GUANO CO., C24-CJ6 Citizens' Bank building.
C. W. PRIDDY Si CO., Cotton bagging and ties, rooms C21-C26 Citizens' Bank
J. W. PHILLIPS, Residence.
RUDOLPH I & WALLACE. Merchant tailors, 333 Main street.
REID'S FANCY GROCERY CO., RC Roanoke avenue.
RUSSELL & SIMCOE, Wholesale rm l retail dry goods and notions, 316 Main
T. F. ROGERS, P.eal estate and rental .igcr.ls, rooms 20S-211 Columbia bld'g.
T. F. ROGERS, Residence.
STANDARD OIL CO.. G. Leonard Field, agent, office 15 Commerce street.
TAYLOR & PHILLIPS, Marine railway, Atlantic City.
U. S. HYDROGRAPH IC OFFICE, Custom House.
VIRGINIAN - PILOT PUBLISHING CO.
E. A. WAT KINS & BRO., Lumber nnd planing mills, corner of Princess
Anne avenue and Lambert's road.
J 0 WOMBLE'S SONS, Wholesale and retail hardware, 91 Commercial
Pia ce. '
WINSTON HARDEK & WICH ARD CO., Wholesale dry goods nnd no?
tions, 80-82-84 Commerce street.
W. H. WALES, JR., Wholesale wood nnd wlllowware, 200-202 Water street.
E. L. WOODWARD & CO., Wholesale grocers, 142-144 W7ater street
W. T. WOODHOUSK, Grocer, 600 E. Brambleton avenue.
WILKINSON St NEVILLE. Job printers, 18-21 Roanoke avenue.
CURED AS SOUND
AS A DOLLAR.
Emaciated, Pale and Badly
Run Down by Catarrh!
HE IS ENTIRELY WELL NOW
Mr. Oorley says:
I WAS UADLV RUN DOWN LAST
SPRING AND SUMMER HY CA.
TAHIili of tho noso throat ami stomach
1 WAS SO PALE Til AT MY COM?
PLEXION WAS JUST T11 E COLOR OP
\V 11 ITE W A X a ml A N V O N10 CO U LI >
TELL JUST UY LOOKING AT Mil
THAT t WAS A VKItY SICK MAN. At
that time 1 was employed tts u traveling
salesman and I consulted many physi?
cians In the various cities I visited.
MORE! THAN A DOZEN DOCTORS in
Danville, Lynehburg. Staunten; Cumber?
land. Md., and Norfolk. TRIED THEIR
SKILL ON MY CASE HUT f ONLY
WENT PROM RAD TO WORSE. I
PAID OUT OVER A lll'NPHEO DOL
D A Its IN FEES but WITHOUT BENE?
FIT, They did not seem to know what
idled me or what to do to remedy my
trouble. If I had been Staying In Nor?
folk I would have consulted RR. PI KEY
at once, but being on the road I Irlcd
others and dhl not go to him until I
HAD GIVEN UP ALL HOPE OP GET?
TING RELIEF ELSEWHERE. UN
DDK DR. FIREY'S TREATMENT I
BEGAN TO IMPROVE AT ONCE AND
PROGRESSED STEADILY UNTIL
NOW aller a couple of months treat?
ment. I PEEL AS WELL AS I EVER
DID IN MY LIFE. 1 have known DH.
E11CEY ten years and know that din in
a skillful pnysldlan nnd conscientious
gentleman, whom It gives mo pleasure to
recommend to those needing his services.
A. L. GOR LEY,
419 Clay Avenue. BramblCton?novr
employed ut tho Navy Yard.
Rooms .1 and I No. 371 Main street, over
?'The Hub." Specialties?CATARRH and
all diseases of Eye, Ear. Nose, Throat,
Chest and St.ach.
Hours. :i a. m. to 12:31 p. m.; 2 p. m. to
C p. m. Sunday hours, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30
p. in. Tuesday night, Thursday night and
Saturday night, 7:15 p. m. to 8:15 p. m.
CONSULTATION AT.WAYS FREE.
Medicines furnished. Terms moderate.
Eyes examined fur glasses freo of
! < barge.
NO USE TO TALK
TALK FOR US.
A SALE TO-DAY
A Friend To-morrow
Men's Casslmero Suits, C'? 'TLZ
usual price S-ViO . ?P?? * J
Men's Suits, fine Mel?
tons and Kerseys, s.-lls ff C AO
rcgulacl) tor ;vV:' . I3'""
Men's Suits. All-wool Black Clay
Worsteds. t: very ono
knows what theso
good are worth, our gQ
Men's Suits, f"ne> linpoitod Thibet
Cloth; satteen lined, finely tailored.
Match it if you can for $18
anywhere in Norfolk. Our
Men's Overcoats, black, blue and
brown Cheviots. Usual
price $6 50. Whilo they O AQ
U last our price . 4>J.*rO
Men's Overcoats. Imported goods.
Silk sleeve linings, our (?4. Q;g
Men's Overcoats, flnoly tailored.
Musi be seen to be appre- *7 tL
elated, our prlco . *P?? t ~>
Men's Pants. finely tailored;
splendid patterns. Sells'
for 82.00 anywhere. Our c * *)SL
price . *^ '
Men's Rants. In fancy Worsted.1?,
north $10'> Our prlco ?"? nn
while tiny last . iJ>A.UU
289 6?2ain Street |
THE HENRY WftLKE CO..
And Railroad Supplies,
Hardware ami Shi|i Chandlery
"Giant" and "Giant Planer," Leather
Belling "Giant," ''Granite," and "Slmw
nut" Rubber Helling.
Agents for Know loa' Steam Pumolna