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Bronze Doors for Academy Will
be Model by Miss Longman. $15,000 CONTRACT IS HERS Peace and War Are Represented In the Panels of life Great Dooig That Will Be Installed in the New Build? ing at Annapolis, , (Special to tho Daily Press.) NKTW YORK. April 2.?How the cadets of Ihe Annapolis Naval Acad? emy will enjoy having entrance doors designed |?y a woman in their chapel remains to be seen, but whether they like H or not. they will have to sub? mit to the feminine Intrusion, for the jury appointed by the Natural Sculpt u re Society to choose a model for the bronze doors to be presented to lilie academy by Colonel Robert M. Thompson as a memorial of I In? class of '(18 has chosen the design of Miss Kveiyii U. Longman and awarded to her Col. Thompson's |15,(i(io contract. There were thirty-throe competi? tors for (bis prize, an unusually largo number, and I be designs submitted are said lo have been of u high de- ( grcc of excellence. Nevertheless. ! Miss Longman's model was selected wlhlout doubl, or hesitation by the Jury. Entire Board Likes Design. "Tho votes of all live jurors were east for Miss Longman's model ou the II ist ballot." said Daniel C *>onch, secretary of the Jury, yes? terday, but if was not known to any of us until after the award was made v:ho the winner was. I did not even recognize Miss Longman's work thy uelf, though I am very familiar with It," 'like Judges were Kniest Klngg. arch? itect of the Naval Academy: Walter B. Chambers. architect; Charles Orally, sculptor, National Sculpture Soelcty, and Colonel Colvocoresses. representing the donor. The other prizes of $250, $lriu and $100 each have been awarded to A. A. Weinman, Paul Nocipict and Bruno Louis /.I in in. Peace and War. Mlsrt l/uiginan's ' design, which, with (be other successful models, i.-s In the custody of the National Sculp? ture Society at the Kino Arts Rulid lug, 2ir. West Kirty-soveilth street, has two panels representing Peace and War. On the pence panel is a' figure symbolizing science, an ol I mau in an ntIItilde of deep thought 1 explaining a d Kilon 11 problem lo two j students of the 'academy. On the war panel patriotism is rep? resented by a remain figure, symbol? ical aim of Hie- home. Hie protection of which is assumed to be Hie rea? son fur the existence of tili? navy. Under her draperies Is a coal of ar? mor, and with ono band on a cau? tion she points with the othdr to the distance, where masts .of ships show the destination of tho march? ing llgtires in Hie background. Dedicated to Class of '68. 1 nIlm upper panels of the door arc festoons supported by .shells?of oak leaves over the war panel and of olive over Lite peace one. In the lowor panels wreaths of the same leave* Inclose Ihe names of naval heroes. In tho transom Is the dedi? cation to the class of 'tlK, and above the transom is a group representing Fame?two laurel crowned figures on either side of an altar-like pedestal, with an inscription lo John Paul Jones, whose bones arc to rest in the crypt of the chapel. The pedes? tal is surmounted by a tripod from which issue flames, symbolizing en? during fame. The award of this prize to a woman is said to be an unprecedented event. Two Bargains One lot on east side of Twenty flftli street, between Huntington nno Virginia - avenue, ;G00. Cost |l,3f?0. One lot ou eaat sldo of Jeffer sun avotiuo. near TwchTy-nlntu street. Price $500. Cost $C00. We are Instructed to make quick sales of these lots, hence the sacrlfico price. Realty Loan and In? surance Trust Co. IRWIN TUCKER, Pres., 2711 WASH. AVE. in the artistic history of the country, and a bright future Is predicted for the young sculptress. "I consider Miss Ijuuginaii to lie one of the niosl. promising of our youngi.'r sculptors," said Mr. Kreuch, whose assistant she has been for the last four years." Girl Is From Ohio. Miss l/jugmau wus born in Winches? ter, Ohio, her father,, Edwin II. I^oiig-' man, being a musician und an artist. Drawing was ono of her childish amusements, and she began modelling without Instructions in the art de? partment, of Olivot. College. Her wori?. there attracted the attention of Lorudo Taft, and ho Invited her to enter the Chicago Art Institute as ibis pupil. She did so, and during tlui first year paid her expenses by doing library work. Then she was made an assistant Instructor in the school, and a year or two later she came to New York, where she soon ufter became ah assistant to Mr. Taft. She Is rather proud of the fact, that she has never studied abroad and ialso that sho has been able to moot all the expanses of her artistic educa? tion herself. In 1901 Miss Longman won a silver medal for a ligure of Victory which wos placed on the domo of ?Festival Hnll. and which has just been exe? cuted In bronze for the Union League Club of Chicago. She Is at. present engaged on a $5,000 order for a mon? ument for a patron In Lowell, Mass. PHONOGRAPH CAUSES SPLIT IN THE FAMILY OF SPRfLLS "Everybody Works ?ut Father," and "The Holy City" Made Mrs. P. Angry. (I3y Assoelat. d Press,) U-LOUM FIELD. April 'I.- A pliii iiogruph wus tho cause of the entire Prill rmiiily being ItiRcii to the police ,(:oiirt In I Ills town last night. There are Just seven Prills, large 'and small, ill the family. Prills first wire U dead and ho married a. second time. Ills five children are by the first wire and tlioy don't get along very well with tljeir stepmother, who is a hard working wont at), Tlie oldest boy, Joint, recently won a phonograph at a raffle. Then he quit work to op orate it. , 'I'hit elder Prill likewise had a fond ness for the music. He did not. work as often >as ho formerly did. "Every? body Works but Father" -was particu? larly pleasing to him and >ho proceed, ed to live up to Hie words of his song. The boy's favorite was "The Holy City." Mrs. Prill and the neighbors objectud and the dogs 'and cats In the neighborhood accompanied the phono? graph. Vosterdiiy Mrs. Prill became so exasperated at the strains of "The Holy City" she could stand it no lon? ger. "Enohgh or Hint," she cried, "got out and go to work." There was no reply from her step? son. "Everybody Works but Father" LOTS FOR SALE .OR LEASE In All Parts of the City. ' OLD DOMINION LAND CO., Motel Warwick Building. Martial law Proclaimed In Winni ? peg lo Restore Order. BULLETS J IN SOLDIERS' GUNS Street Car Men and Police Clash Two Detectives Attacked Mayo;- and In Turn Arc Arrested ? Regulars on Patrol Duty. fTVr ASSOclB'cU Prona.) WINNI PICO. MANITOBA. April 'J. - ! ?Winnipeg Is practically iib<n-r mar- i Hal law, troops aru patrolling I ho ] streets .trying to quell the disorders 1 resulting from tho street car strike. I A platoon of regulars had to charge ] a mob with fixed bayonets before they i wore dispersed. The guns of the reg- i Idars were loaded, but no shots wu.it ' fired. Mayor Sharpe read Ihe Hit uji l>> I tho erowd, which jeered him for Ids stand for order. Two detectives mis? took Mayor Sharpe and the city so? licitor for troublo makers, f.h?l it. i tacked them. The detectives were arrested. I Main street is being patrolled today li ya suuadron of the Royal Canadinn mounted rifles. Half a do/.cii ears were operated yes? terday, but officials of the road order? ed them to stop running after nightfall. announced the phonograph. U was the last straw. Mrs. Prill grabbed the Phonograph und wua about to throw it on the floor when tho boy's criot awoke his father. He ran to the scene uud u struggle for possession of the machine ensued; during which iMiu. Prill was pushed against'a sieve and her ami uud hand w -c burned. She seized a pot ot boiling potatoes from the stove and laid about her right and left. Down went the Prills and as fast as lihoy got up she knocked them down again. This continued mil 11 the arrival of the pullet! and then Prill bad bis wife arrc.-'tcd on a cbirge or assault. Af? ter bearing her story, Recorder Cad mils dismissed the case. "I don't blame you." he said, "for I myself would g:> out of my mind if compelled to listen to those tunes all day long." FAKE AUTO SCHOOLS. A Word About So-Called Correspon? dent Schools for Chaffeurs As long us liuitiauily is possessed or the soiiieli'.iiug lor nothing idea, or next lo nolhiiig, Hie crop of conie-ons will be good and tho business of re Moving them of their money will flour? ish. The combined effort, of all the reformers in the,World will never suf? fice id stamp out such practices, but they can at least be suppressed to an extent where the way of the trans? gressor will be hard indeed and the victims few and far between. This would appear lo be the cause of the fake automobile school at the present moment. The number of the Institutions offering to create competent chauffeurs out of any kind of raw material in tin: course of a fortnight or so for the sum ot* $25, Is legion. Little or no attempt is made to fullflll the obligation incurred and once the victim has been bled be is thrust out to make room for more. He conies forth with important looking credentials testifying to bis competen? cy and long experience, which make him that much more of a menace to the publle. It. is time that repressive energetic measures wore taken to put an end to this species of fraud. Mean while own? ers who would hire drivers should I not put unauestloried faith in every [ "certificate" presented by applicants. ?Motor World. Americans control the cotton goods and petroleum trade of Zanzibar. Great Ilrltain imported 1,836.600 ewt of American flour In January. In Jan? uary of inOfj It was only 337.475 cwt. British millers .have a profitable trade with the continent. In bran as a by-product of Imported wheat. Imports of agricultural implements Into Russia continue large?over 20, 000 tons In 1905'. The metal Indn-tHcs of Relglum arc Increasing in l < th production and price1-. A big iltc toste in exports of olive oil and palm lt?f hats from Malaga to the United States is noted. German firms aTe unable to fill all their orders for automobiles. Some public, schools In Saxony have adopted the penny savings bank sys? tem. NOTICE. Patrons of Newport News Light and Water Co. arc hereby reminded that all water bills must be paid by the 10th Inst. All dclltiQiicnts on the 11th lust, will have their supply cut off. pursuant to notlco given all consum? ers. NHWPORT NI3WS LIGHT AND WATER COMPANY, by L. B. MAN VILE. ?upt. * ap 3-8t There Is a Reason ? WHY These clnsBlflcatlon advertisements par the people who are wise enough to place thctn In the Dally Press. This page I3 read from top to bottom. It In one of the most Interesting parts of tho paper, for the simple reason that It shows In a measure the wants of the people, shows business Invest' mcuts that yield much to the adver? tiser as well as the reader. Have you one today? if not, you have missed an opportunity to start the foundation of what might be your success in the business world. TT I Want Ads are Inexpensive Phone Us-Bell Phone 131 i -.ju- >->_x_y_oo'_vJL jOO'.XJOUUOJUULJUI 8. WANTED. WANTED?TUR UOO? DRESSERS to kuow that dozens of oliv Easier Suits are hatching. Have yo-iordered yours. We make Clollies un I know I how. T. P. KEATINO, Reliable Tailor. 221 Twenty-Fifth St. 211m j WANTED.?GOOD NU ft SM, APPLY in person at :il7 Fifty-first street.' Servant's house In yard. 'Good pay to right person. :!-2t WANTED.?TRAVELLING SALES- \ man. Must, furnish references and invest. One Thousand ($1000.00) Dollars. In first class It per cent. Sends. Salary anil expenses paid. Experience not required, we loach business at our mills. Tho Weed? ing Hoofing &. Cornice Co., Wheel ing. w. Va. :t-rt WANTED?HORSE AND BUGGY; good traveler and gentle;; suituble for lady. GUTIERREZ CO . Thirty-Hixth Street, mid Huntington Avenue. ap l-tf WANTED? RESPONSIBLE MAN TO manage branch oliieo and illstrlbut-i ing dc|K>t.for large coffee and spice company owning its own mills; sal? ary $200 monthly and commissions; I references und Investment of $1.00u| required. Address MANAGER. IS River Street. Chicago. It I WANTED-- SEVERAL GOOD HAR ness makers. MILLER & G LEA SON, Hamilton. Va. up l-tf WANTED ?.CLOTHES OF ANY kind or description to be cleaned.! . pressed, scoured, dyed, altered or re? paired. Work the best. Prices the] lowest; satisfaction guaranteed. The Hub Clean. & Press. Co..211 33rd St. Cilz. 'phone 22S. J. H. Wheeler. Prop. WANTED?BY CHICAGO WHOLE sale and mall order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and adjoining territory. Sal? ary 920 and expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No in? vestment or expert roe required.; Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self addressed envelope SUPERIN? TENDENT. 132 Lake St., Chicago. III. mil 20-01. WANTED?BUYERS FOR OLD PA pcrs at 10 cents per hundred. In good condition. Apply at Daily Pre.sR Offlco, 211 Twenty-fifth Street. FOR SALE. FOR SALE?GROCERY STORE. Fix? tures, horse and wagon, doing good business in good locality. Up-la datc groceryman can make money with tho run of customers it now has. Apply to or address ROLLING GROCERY CO., 324 Twenty-eighth street. City. 3-fit FOR SALE?PARTY LEAVING CITY will sell at a greet sacrifice the fol? lowing furniture, has been in use only two months: One Leather Couch. Combination Jeslt and book? case, four Chairs, two Rocking Chairs, two Center Tables, one Drugget. 9x0 ft., one Oil Heater, one Hall Rack, thrco Blinds end Ward? robe. Can be seeii at any time by addressing P. O. Box 078. 3-'5t FOR SALE?LOTS NICELY S1TUAT ed, out near the Boulevard; also some of the best lots at Pine Beach. Now Is time to buy, before advance. A. J. STEWART, 133 Twenty-fifth Streot. mh 31-2t FOR SALE?A FINE LITTLE FA Al? ii y Horse, suitable for driving by anybody. Well known in town by tho name of "Billy." For inform atlon apply to 3708 Huntington Ave? nue. ? mh 31-21 FOR SALE?HALF INTEREST IN oyster business. Including boats.otc.. about fifty acres of ground, half natural seed rock in JamoH River; about 10,000 bushol i oysters on hand at present timo. Business at present is paying good; with more capital can bei inado an excellent investment. Address A. R. DAW SON. Manchvillo. Va. mh 251m FOR SALE ?TWO DESIRABLE Building Lots, on Oak Avenue, be? tween Twenty-fourth and Twenty fifth Streets. Apply 210 Forty-fifth Street. mh 15-lmo LOTS FOR SALE OR LEASE IN ALI, parts of tho city. Call and get prices. OLD DOMINION LAND CO., Hotel Waiwiek Btiildlug. FOR SALE. FOR SALB ? TWO DESIRABLE lots, lu tho heart of Rivervicw, on electric car lino. Prico $350 cash. These lots are Noa. 5 and l*>, lu hloelt No. 9,'as shown on map of Illvcr vlew, made hy 0. W. Fltchett. civil engineer. They have it frontage of 30 feet each on Electric avenue and run hack 120 feet. Address "RIVER VIEW," care Daily Press. tf FOR SALE ? FEMALE (SPAYED) Scotch Collie, age 7 months, dark In color, with pedigree of three genera? tions. Can be trained to do any? thing In short space of time. For further information, apply at 22.r> Thirtieth St.. where dog can be soon. SPECIAL NOTICE. THIS MA NAC ER FOR THE KEY stone Clothing and Shoe Company has just, returned from tho North, where be bought a large stock of Clothing. Shoes and Dry Goods. We invite our patrons to Inspect them. They will find great, bargains. 3/02 Huntington Avenue. ap 1-21 FOR QUICK SALIC LIST YOUR properly with STEWART a. MID GETTE, 133 Twonly-riflh street. 3-3 SEE OUR LA ROE STOCK OF CUS tom made Harness before buying. MILLER' & GLEASON. Newport News, Va. aii 1-tf SEE OUR LARGE STOCK OF C?S tom made Harness before buying. MILLICH K. GLEASON. Newport News, Va. ap l-tf STOP SPENDING YOUR MONEY out of town in Inflated values. See the list of ti, 8 and 10 per cent. In? vestments we can sell you here. Nelms, Marye, Boycntoti & Chapln, Inc. ap l-3t SEE OUR LARGE STOCK OP CUS tom made Harness before buying. MILLER &. GLEASON. Newport News, Va. ap 1-t I WE HAVE A FEW LOTS LEFT within 300 feet exposition grounds. Call ctulck. STEWART & MID GETTE, 133 Twenty-filth street. 113 TRANSFER COMPANIES. OLD DOMINION BAGGAGE TRANS fer; office C. & O. Station. 'Phones: Boll Nos. 401 and 135; it/.., No. 12. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS OP $50 to $1,000, 6 per cent. Merchants Mechanics Savings Association. Al? lan D. Jones. Secretary and Attor? ney. First National Bank Building. UNDERTAKERS. W. E. ROUSE, FOR GOOD SERVICE and fine bucks. 231.230 Twenty-fifth street. 'Phones. 51. |J. II. CAFFEE & SON, 33RD ST. and Huntington Ave. Both 'phones No. 1; residence, Bell 'phone, 41. WANTED WHITE GIRL8 AND BOYS TO LEARN CIGAR MAKING. Learners paid while under In? struction. Steady work; good pay. Apply , The American Tobacco ? Company' 34th Street and Virginia Av*. 1 NICE HOUSE IN ORRVILLE Six rooms npd water, only $!KI0?$50 cash and $15 per month will buy 11 Ask YOUNG A. MASON about it when you come In for that furniture Inr calico. NOTICE. I shall apply to Iho Judge of Ihn Corporation Court of the City of New? port. News, Va., on Tuesday, May 1st. 1006.'at 10 o'c'.ock a. in., for a Hotel nnd Liquor License at No. 5(51 Twenty fifth Street, Newport News, Vn ap HOI THOMAS FRANCIS. The Standard Supply Company, Inc. No, 2G0S Huntington Avenue. J. Whlto Chandler, 11. II. Brushwood, Prosldont. Secretary. 3. P. Gayio, Troasuror. Don't forget ?he place where you can buy Studcbakcr Wagons of every style. We carry u full lino of Runabout*. Surreys. Top Haggles, Grocery WaR ons. and many other spring vehicles . Harness and Horse Furnishings. Har? ness Repairing a special feature? good work assured. Farm Implements, including tho fol? lowing well-known makes: Oliver Chill Plows, Dcerlng & McCormick Mowers and Rakes, Disc Harrows, Disc Culti? vators, Farmer's Friend Corn Plant, crs, Planter Juniors, ami many other:}. Agents for Austin-Western Road Machinery, Armour's Fertilizers?bot? tom prices for CASH. The biggest line ever offered in our city. Call ami look it over before buying. We want your business. fl Splendidly Appointed LADIES' O GENTLEMEN'S CAFE Open from (>:y0 A. M. to 12 o'clock 1*. M. Everything in Season Efficient Service I Hotel Warwick A FE W at site Of Great Jamestown Exposition, will yield handsome profit in 30 days. Call quick. Also upin? special bargains in New? port News Improved and unimproved propicty. Rtiy a lot and build a house to rent during exposition. A cure win? ner. Stewart & Midgette 135 Twenty-fifth St., NEWPORT NEWS, VA. PERFECTION. j hits been reached In the equip- | ; incut of our new saloon?lip-to- | I date in every respect. Many a I time, no doubt you would- like to ] have had a cool gluss of beer or 1 a palatable drink of liquor, but the environment of Hie ordinary j saloon was such that the desire was nut gratified. Here a drink can bo enjoyed to the fullest ox I teilt, where sanitation and sorv 1 lee reign supreme. G. W. TODD. 313 Twenty-eighth Stroet. I am better prepared to do your hair work, massaging, manicuring and chiropody. MRS. T. S. MASSEY Chiropodist, Scalp and Face Specialist. MISS KARMISCH Hair Dresser and Worker. Nicholas' Hair Dressing Parlor 203 27th Street J^MUSEMEJ^ITSj, ACADEMY-Tonight THE NEW COMIC OPERA. "The Yankee Consul" Prices: 25c to ^1.50. Sale now open. ACADEMY WUDNhSDAY FRANKLIN WOODRUFF In the Successful Comedy Drama, Ben of Broken Bow Ranch Prices: 25c to $1.1 d. Sale opens to? morrow, ap l-2t RESTAURANTS. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET SOME thlng good to eat at 217 2Gth St., HOME COOKING.