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FUBMSHRD BVERY MORNING (ICxpppt. Monday) ut i lie DAILY phk88 llUILDINO. 2n Twentyfiftu Street, by the DAILY PRBSS COMPANY. C. B. Til acker.Ed it or unit Pllhllsher L. ES. Pugh.Advertising Manager StinSCRIPTION rates. The Daily Pres? 1? delivered by car fiera any u acre In iht' city liinliH for 10 rents a week. Any Irregularities tn delivery tshoiihl lie immediately ie purled tn tiie offU.f publication. Or? ders tor delivery >it 11?? - Dally PresM t?>! either residence cir places of biislfieKH mey lie m?de liy pontal card or H b-i phone. I mail suiiao'iUPTioNa. (Piiyaiile Invariably In Advaiieo.) One Month . * .SO Three Months . 1-25 ftl>- Months. 'i- <">? One Year . CM) Telephone iiiiM mens. Editorial (looms.. .Holl 'Phono No. M BiieirieRi 0.'Heu..; .Dell 'Phone No. 181 No employe tif the Dully Press Coin pnny Is ii nl ho '.;?.ed in con I met any ob? ligation In the iiumn or the .?oiup.-my, m lo mahn purchases In the name of the name exeepi upon orders signed by the PUBLISHER OK I'll 10 DAILY PRESS. Entered at Hi a Newport News. Va., Posiotfleu un second elan* matter. WEDNESDAY, Al'ltll. lt.. UHUS, j a PRACTICAL illusti1ation. A Hille story Is going I lie rounds of the press which inL'hi very prop? erly he used as si concrete illt.-.l r:i? lion In He- mailer id' educating Ihe pnhlle in spend Us nitmey al honi.', It Is as follows; ? ?'Iteeeiiily a ehureh congregation in a little town hnlli Ii ehnreh. To pay lor ii iliey wore compelled lo eiiM upon (lie iiiereliaiil.s of the commun? ity for iloniillilns, Tin- uierehnnls |-e. Bpiiiiried liberally si ml $:ttHI was raised from these sources, The last man lo subscribe was .lohn Smith, jeweler; "1 will give $'i If yon will let me :nld something to your subscription list.' he said. Permission was accorded him and he wrote nl tin- hollom nl tile list: " '.lohn Siuilli. Jeweler . . . . jr..IUI " 'Hears, lioeblli It & ('o... . II " ;Mon I ginnery, Wind AI- Co.. n "The cliitrcli people saw ib<- point when -the minister read from the pnl pll the list of Illinois to the building fund. Sim,-.- I he dodicnilmi of the. church there have been no mail Or? ders sent niii nl ihai little town." The story is good enough |o be true. If such n praClic.al lllus I rat ion eniihl i.>> l'rei|iieutly lie brought in I he attention of the pro pie al large a eriisnile in h. h ilf of home trade as against the mall order business would l?- unnecessary, for thai spirit which reiilir.rs that growth ami inipiOveiiK III if local trade con rfitionh must necessarily depend upon tin- volume hi hailing done al home v.nnli! keep people from sending'their easli to oilier cities provided ihoy could have ihelr si.iopi :tidesires sat? isfied In Ihclr iivvn municipality. (it course, I he strength of the mail order man resist in Iiis persistent anil luiejligcni advertising- campaigns, fly a juilieii.il.-: use ut printers' Ink1, be lie'eps Iiis wares constantly before the j.uliile, ami Some persons probably are led in seibl I heir money away from home i ii rough pardonable ignorance of the stoHiSj carried by loeal mer? chants. Most of the mail Order trad? ing is based on the theory Hint hel? ler c.hoii i- and cheaper prices prevail in ilir- grciii centers of commercial lit'-. H is up In the merchants of the city jo com-hat ibis theory by showing conclusively that home trad<> Is beneficial not only through the Upbuilding Of lln- city's eomiiiereial interests, hiii because the customer receive as good values al home as lie can hope lo secure iinywhcrp 'on the taee of tie- earth. According to ihe Italiiuiore Sun "if President Hooscvell continues In advance oil similar ccnnomlc lines, U may hol In- Ii ng before all thai Ifc left nl' Mr. Wlllani .1. Itryan's platform "f ISOil will be Inkcn iroth Vi At tin- Democratic 'imiek heap' by Ihe aggressive gentlemen now in the White Mouse and transferred to ihe store bou-e in which Ihe President keeps his political convictions. In fact, Mr. Uooycvcll has made such %'lgon.u.-- use of his rake that nhoiil all he has let; on Ihe Democratic 'muck pile' is Mr. Itryan's H'. to I theory." in view of the fact thai it was only the lC-tol theory which drove the Sun and thousands of Democrats temporarily nut. of the Democratic party, we fall to see why there should he any complaint over the President's conversion to excellent Democratic principles- It .shows not only that he In ;i man of aggressiveness ;in<l of discernment, Um I I ha I In* Is not so nil-fired "con slslcnt thai he will <lo wrong simply for I lie sake of manifesting surface "regularity. DO IT NOW! Those wlni intend to contribute to I hi' sufferers Horn tho recent earth i|il;il;e shock should do so at once. The need never will he greater than it is in ihe presenl time, and llie money now Rent will do more good than twice ihe ainoiinl sen! in a month from now. S'o city is I in in n 11 <? from Ihe catas tuph.-s which call forth the sympa? thy ami practical assistance of ihe Civilized world. Once it was Chlea I go, ilii'h 'In- pest-ridden cities of I Ihe South. Now disaster strikes a' [ iL." Colden (Jaio of i!h- Puelfle. Who's next? 'I'he walling .plea for hi lp may uexl go up from mir own city. Could it rise with good grace if we railed Iii du our duly lowanl the San Praitelseo sufferers. 'I'he mayor has placed the imitier stjimrcly before (he people of the state. Snhscripiloh books have Ii ??'?Ii opened al a number of places and eerih resident of Newport News should lie represented in ilio anii.tiiit given not necessarily hy ? I.irue -inn. hul certainly hy enough in show thai a spirit of true sympa? thy runs like :i golden thread Ihrough the citizenship of the (,'ohlen (J?te of He' Atlantic. Mr. Thomas W. l.awsoh should have I a ken Into consideration ihe weil established fact that there is "a siteker horn (-very miniiie" lie fore its siimliig Iliat his startling disclosures Would deter Ihe "lambs" front being I.'.I Into ib.- Wall Street shambles. Tin' A moi led n speculator is a horn i i'.anrbler nnd will laekle anything from the shell g. to tin. gotd-hrick I proposition, provided the percentage oi probable profit is made alluring I enough. The wrecks upon the shores hi the past will have no lllfllietice upon lliose who fire wailing In he fleeced, sh lung as the manipulators cnu linos! things ami show mi as? cending scale of prices. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. It isn't u good thing to repeat half ] you hear. Then.- is only one wny to rulse u Child?as if It belonged to some one elfte. A foul doesn't envy you because you are smart; a fool never knows he In u find. A man who knows he does not lie i serve confidence has very little conft' ilenee In uihet' people. 11 is eniiiiifh to make today net mean the manner In which every one slight.* it in looking forward tu tomorrow. There Is niic reward no mail ECCUIS lo lie in a great hurry tu get (o. and that Is Hie reward plied up for him lu heaven. It teems that tu exaggerate yoiiv I blessings is looking' on the bright side, inn thai in exaggerate your trouble* ia plain I* iiir. llu I im CSrl I M Hurt j- t it Is mil healthy In any country. Ht tiny season of ijie year or m any time of lite, lo gel up early habitually. The nhl ai.' better rested by lying late, even if nut asleep, while ihe young re i|llli'e nil the sleep they eau get. In all latitudes. In warm weather, the worn lug air, although feeling cool and fresh. Is laden with the pestiferous miasma, la winter the at Unisphere be? fore breakfaM is so cold und chilly and searching Hint It fairly shrivels up man an.l Ifeast, chilling tu Ihe very iiiiirrowhiiiic sometimes: beiice the av? erage diiratliiii of human life would he increased and tin- amount of sickliest largely diminished by late rather than early rising, as all the older nations foil well kiiuw atid practice.?Ex? change. I i .Mii.i lo I tie Oeeiauloii. A lady entering her kiicheu one iliornlug saw a knife, fork and plate as well as the remains of a rabbit pie. Suspecting that a certain policeman bad supped al her expense, she ?|Ues Honed the maid, ".lane," she said, "whin has become i?f the cold rabbit pie';" "I gave It lo the dog. IllII111." re? plied .lane, "iioes ihe dog Use a knife ami fork. Iben'." demanded the mis tress. "Not very well yet. mum." said .lane, quite unabashed, "but I'm teach? ing hint tu." London Telegraph. I* <? 'l ?? S t I I K II . "I>u you imdcrstiiud the meaning of the wold 'pedestrian 7' " "Yes. sir. A pedestrian Is a man who stands on the etli'li ami watches the nil tos g.i In and wonders how he'll ever get licrosa the street in time for Ids (? o'clock dinner." ricvelund Plain Healer. I'.I <ll < tl.lMltf. . '?Wh.'ie'ii yen gel that half dollar?" "I'apa gava li to nie," 1 "What for?" "1 left my rabbit In the house uil nlgiit nnd it ate thai box of cigar* mamma gaio hlnii" Houston Post. Generosity often clasps bunds with extravagau..e, while ccotioiuy some titses Wulk? Shoulder to shoulder witfc evurke. GOVil?SPEECH Splendid Oration Delivered at roun? ders' Day Celebration, PRINTED IN F?LL BY REQUEST Chief Executive in Addressing Young Men of Virginia Urges Them to Take Their Place in the Political Arena of the Nation. My request i he speech delivered hy (inventor Swanson at Ihe celebration of Pounders' Day at Ihe University of Virginia In si Thursday is print ed In full. Ii was ihe intention of the management of ihts paper to prim the address on the morning after ils delivery Inn on account of press of advertising ami ihe Importance of the iiows matter from California uncut ihn fin- mid enrthtpiake ii was crowd I'll Olli. (Snvernor ftwanson spoke as fol? lows: Governor's ... 'ech. Address of liovernor riaurle A. Sw?nson ai the University of Virgin? ia on Pounders' Day. "Mr. President, Students of Ihe Uni? versity of Virginia, Ladies and fien i leinen; "1 appreciate far more I inn I can express the high compliment bestow? ed when I was invited to he present upon ihis occasion und participate lu these exorcises. I fell highly honored to lie considered worthy in he one or ihe guests on Pounders' Day. at an Institution of learning so illustrious as the University of Virginia. 1 tani gilnd to have this oportunity to revisit, this delightful place, ami recall the halcyon days of early youth, when I was numbered among its students. Sluintiliig here in ihe presence, of some of my old professors and of these students ami touched 'by these classic surroundings, which breathe an atmosphere of thought, study ami learning, in Inaugural ion I am once iipjalu a college hoy. unfettered hy cares, undisturbed ity responsibilities, joyous with high hopes, stirred Ity lofty purposes and viewing life through a gilded veil, with everything bright and beautiful. I am pleased to he permitted once more to express my pride at her splendid achieve? ments in Ihe past, and delight, at the great prosperity which awaits ?her in the future. During the years that. I shall exercise the high office of Clov ernor of. Virginia, with its powers and responsibilities, no institution in ihis Slate shall receive from me more at lenive care and more willing support ihn it that extended to this University. State Increases Appropriation. "I am gratified beyond meas? ure that ihe commencement of my ndminisl rat ion was marked hy a liberal increase of Ap? propriation to this magnificunt institution. Arouml this University flusters u glamour of glory and great? ness unexcelled hy any jn this nation. In every .field of human endeavor and activity her sons have labored and attained distinction. The achieve? ments of her illustrious sons, consist? ing of stalrsnien. scholars, poets, lawyer, historians, scientists, have brought to her a deep majesty und en? circled ber'hrow with unfailing lustre. The roll call of her alumni would comprise a large part of the greatness and genius of this nation. The spirit that pervades ibis University cannot fall lo furnish inspiration to her stu? dents and lo enuiiyp them for success In Ihn higher pursuits of life. Work Alotie Wins Honors. "Here distinctions, honors and the highest rewards are only obtained alter the most vig? orous efforts. though work and romplcto proficiency. Here the pooiYisi nnd the humblest student re? ceives Ute s line consideration thai is accorded ihe richest and proudest. Here, more than anywhere else I have ever known, is established an absolute aristocracy of Intellect and Achievement. I recall the year 1 graduated in law the person elected its judge of ihe Moot Court, lite highest honor the low class could confer. was n splendid student rooming In Daw son How. who was so poor that he i was compelled to do bis own cooking, and attended the University with ihe greatest difficulty. An Institution per mealed hy mich n spirit, dominated by such Influence stands as a.beacon light in ihis age where mt.st arc en? ervated by luxury and cringe before ivuilth. So long as character and capacity arc held as the most cher? ished ami honored possession ihy this Institution It will tie ihe nursery of genius ami great nrss. * Virginia's Heroes. "This nation has produced through Virginia two men peculiarly great and world wide lu their fame and influ? ence. Men are great and their fa-mo lingers only in proportion as the? OfficeStatior have taught or their lives have illus Irated some ?real muh or principle, henrliolal 10 mankind. Tliis nation K.ivo in ihe world Washington, the foremost man of lall time. Why lore, mof't? T'.terc have been warriors su? perior to him, many Surpassed him In staies-manship. others were endowed \v.ll.h ne.compi I sh men t s more brilliant and varied, yet he stands preeminent unions; the great. Why? Heeauso he taught, heiter than any man the world has ever seen that most difficult les? son, itiiiy the citizen owes his govern? ment. Th.it patrlotte life of public ion. self-sacrifice and seif-ahnegaition ist.lutes him from al others and ' in blazons Iiini wlih a glory that is world wide and eternal. Jefferson Another Great Son. After Washington had taught to perfection rnis great lesson llmre was another equally as important to he laughi and lhat was ihe duly thai .government owes to each of its citizens. Tjien it was ibis uaiion, through Virginia, gave to Hie world Thomas Jeffei.son, who in his writings in Iiis public life, as the founder of a great parly, with h ha.-, lasted more than a century, langht heller than any man Die world has ever seen I lie duly thai, government owes its citizens and defined with greater wisdom than all others ? the proper and legitimate functions Of government. Thus, in the world's great temple of fame sin ml preemi? nently those (wo Virginians??Wash? ington illuminating flic duly of the citizen and Jefferson ilie duty of gov? ernment. The lessons and principles taught by Washington and .leferson. if jointly followed, make a great gov? ernment and a great people. The. most pressing need of our lime is a patriotic devotion lo public duties, sacrifice for 'public service as taught by Washington, and a proper and Hon? est exercise of governmental func? tions as taughliby Jefferson. We need a revival of Washington'? earnest, fervid patriotism. We need lo fee) as he and our fathers felt, that public In nor is private honor, public dis? grace private disgrace, public f-alliire private failure, public success is pri vie success. Service to One's Country. "The pride of our particlpaiion In public life should 'lie estimated not I by our personal benefit and emolu- | ment, but measured by our pbllc ser? vice for Ihe common good. We should think ag.iin that a life like lhat or Thomas; Jefferson absolutely devoted to the sfrviee of country, though it \ in yend in financial 'bankruptcy, la W. A. POST, President J. A. W1LLKTT, Ca.thiei. J. H. HWINKRTON. Vice Pr?sident. ARTHUR LEB, Aect. CaitklM, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK U. 8. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY, CITY ?EP03IT OHY, CITIZENS' DEPOSITORY. Capital .-..1100,000.00 Stockholder*' Liability. 100,000.00 Surplus and proms . 100,000.00 j Other Re??urcti Make Total Ov?r.! 81,Ofiu.04*0.0* WE live in a meal eating eity i\a well as age and thousands have nr.:e arid In I heir systems, that is liable any time lo bring rheumatism, lumbago or neuralgia. So he wise and drink Beaufnni LI I Ilia Water, that flushes the kidneys and neutralizes this acid and removes thus a menace to.your health. Newport News Bot Co. Age'ttf No. 3100 Huntington Avenue. B.-ll 'Phone, 333. Citizens' No. 433. preferable 10 niu> hltRonhcri in the nc cumulation of millions in ho squaii deied In luxurious enjoyments of friv ilous dissipations. We neeil honest, rugged, patriotic Caios. in point out unil strive to remedy corruptions find wrongs, iiiiij not pleasing- anil i I <? queni fMeeros to sooih us anil gloss over vice ami evil. We need fewer n il ion of public life mid public offi? cials and more brave earnesl workers willing to undergo Hie trials, discom? forts nhil difficulties incident 10 the turmoil ami exactions of political life. ? Intellectual Worth the Best. "We need to feel once mere thai lntell-?rtnnl wealth is Rren'r than material wealth. The time should conic gain when the lior? of the col? lege should not he the captain of the foot, il?all team, hut the student wriose splendid intellectua nttainmenls point 10 a life of usefulness and gentleness. The time must come again when womanhood' will prefer companion- j ship with 'brave hearts ami noble souls bent on lofty purposes rather than with those whose sole attraction consists in Iheir ability to furnish the gniirly tinsel and decoration of wealth. Patriotic '111111111: Interest and sentiment imleed awakening when I the .great daily newspapers of this I country In compliance with the taste? I of their readers, devote t.wo pages to 1 races, prize fights and hasehall and ((.'ontinned on page K.) From A Parcel To An riiBiuriT, BAdOAQM, rutt NITUW*" ?Nil BAKU* ftAWWCH-.! t AND PROMPTLY MOVED. Storage Warehouse 514-520 27th St. REASONABLE RATES Virginia Transportation Company HICKS' CAPUDINE IMMEDIATELY Cl'Rt.1 HEADACHES BreoK. up COLDS IN 0 TO 12 N0UK?9 rtii fc^U.UK.. At Dntf?