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CODE NAPOLEAN COVERS
PROPOSED LEGISLATIOE
Laws lo Prevent the Formation
and the Perpetuty of Im?
mense Fortunes Enforced
FRANCE PROTECTS (HE PEOPLE
What President Roosevelt Has Sug?
gested Eeincj Done "The Little Cor?
poral" Did for His Countrymen and
the Prosperity of That Nation Rests
on His Acts.
There Is a passage In Waller Bnfe
hot's introduction to the second edi?
tion of Iiis "Hnghsh Constitution"
which lias lioiiie hearing upon Presi?
dent Ubosevidt's recent suggestion of
the desirability of limiting great for?
tune'. Die Minneapolis Tribune.
Speaking of the possibility tlint the
British house ol lords might some day
be aboil: lied, Mr. Ilalehol said that If
the house ev< r goes, "'il will go in a
Storni, and the storm will not leave all
else as it Is. It will not destroy the
bouse of peers and leave the rich-go
.inu peers wit Ii tin- wealth and lilies
to sit in the house of commons.
"It would probably sweep all titles
before It?at least all legal titles, and
somehow or utlier it would break up
the curious system by which the es?
tates of grcal families all go lo the
eldest sou. Much short of the compul?
sory equal division of the C ub" Napo?
leon, stringent clauses might he pro?
vided to ubsiriicl and prevent these
great aggregations of property."
So it will he seen that the Presi?
dent's Idea is by no means new. The
operation ol the law in I'm nee has
caused a division ol th > land Into
minute holdings. Our own revolu
tlonary rounders doubly insured
against the creation of an hereditary
at ist rocracy by prohibiting it in (lie
constitution ami by forbidding the
enactment of laws ol entail ami pi into
genii lire.
Hut while in this country an estate
does not coiupulsorily descend lu the
Mkhaelson's
STYLISH, SEASONABLE
CLOTHING.
The man who is really par?
ticular nhout his clothes nat?
urally 1 inns to Michaelson
Bros.1 store because the mer?
chandise found here is always
of a most dependable charac?
ter, is distinctive and pleas
i 11 g and much broader in
scope than elsewhere. Tim
values arc the very best that,
money enii purchase, and the
prices, so far reduced from oth?
ers (quality considered), that
it only requires a visit to om
establishment to realize why
we enjoy so large a patron?
age.
SERGE SUITS.
At this time of the year a
Serge Suit is bound to look
well on any man. Not only
look- well, but prove itself the
moHt useful of all materials?
can he worn with comfort at
the office, in 1 he country or
by the shore. Is equally cor?
rect for morning or evening?
quite the best thing to wear
at a summer theater- The on?
ly question remaining is
where to get it.
The best is at iMichaelsons.'
If you want a reliable suit in
a hurry and want to see foi
yourself what can be had foi
$12, $15. ?18, #20; better try
this store.
Men's Furnishings
Negligee Shins. Including a full line
of the Famous Star brand, in all the
beautiful new pattern:, $1.00 lo $2.50.
Summer Underwear in lialbriggau,
LI v Cotton, etc. 50c to $f>.00.*
Leather Holts, in all lengths and
shades, 25c lo $1.50.
Fancy Hair Hose, especially suitable
for low-shoe wear, 26,c lu $1.00.
Clothiers. Tailors,
Furnishings,
2607 Washington Avenue.
eldest son. it can descend to htm by
virtue of Iiis father's will, in pursu?
ance of the idea of beeping a great
family fortune intact Commodore Van
derbilt, while making liberal provi?
sion for Iiis other children, left by far
the larger portion of his property to
his sou William II. Other millionaire;',
have aeted oil the same principle, so
that many great fortunes have been
kepi together in a number of families
for several generations.
The power of the state to put some
restraint upon the perpetuation of
vast fortunes has been recognised lu
all governments. Death and succes?
sion taxes are collected In all Euro?
pean countries. There is apparently
ad limit to the power of governments
to levy sueh taxes. Hui to carry tlieiu
to the point of confiscation of estates
would naturally rouse bitter protest
from the property class.
Compulsory ecpial division among the
children or heirs of like degree, ac?
cording lo the Codi? Napoleon, would
in the long run effectually check the
perpetuation of unwieldy fortunes.'
Prance has prospered under the sys?
tem id' division. It is doubtful if any
other country of equal area and popu?
lation could have successfully borne
tue financial burden that Praiiec has
been called on to bear, in the Franco
Russian war. the Gorman indemnity,
th.'- Panama canal losses ami the huge
loans to Russia ami other countries.
The division of lauds mid fortunes
seems lo he an incentive to universal
thrift.
It President Roosevelt ever comes
lo formulate a concrete plan for mini?
mizing the evils of overgrown private
fortunes be may profitably study the
principles of the Code Napoleon up?
on this bead.
SABBATH BUY SERVICES
IN THE CITY'S CHURCHES
Rev. E. T. Wellford Preaches on
"Summer Temptation to Sab?
bath Desecration."
The pastor. Rev. K. A. Shcnk; will
occupy the pulpit of the Trinity Luth?
eran church at both I he morning and
evening Services. Mis subject at II
a.m. will be ''Ministering to Others,"
and at S o'clock p. in. he will preach
on the subject, "Hiillding the Tower of
Habel."
Newport News Baptist.
Rev. .1. W. Porter, I). D., pastor of
the Newport News Haptist chnreli, will
pleach at the Casino today at both the
morning an,| evening services. His
subject lor the morning will be: "One
Lord, oni- Faith, one llaptism." and
ai high) he will preach on "Your Hid
lag Place Discovered.
St. Paul's Episcopal.
Services will he held at St. Paul's
episcopal church, Rev. A. O. Sykes,
D.D., rector, today, the Sunday after
Ascension Day, as follows: Sunday
school. 9:30 a. in., Hildo class Hi a. 111.
Morning prayer, ante-communion and
sermon, 11 a. in. Evening prayer and
sermon, H p. in .
Grace Methodist.
Rev. 1,. C. Shearet. pastor of the
Grace Methodist church, will occupy
his pulpit this morning nt II o'clock
ami this evening at K o'clock. Cltll
djon'ti Day services will be held by the
Sunday school.
St. Vincent's Catholic.
Services will be held today at St.
Vincent's Catholic church as follows:
l-'irst mass. X a. hi., second mass. l0:!t<J
a. in., Sunday school 3 p. in. Vespers
and benediction of the Ulessed Sacra?
ment 7:.'Ill p. m.
A class of communicants will re?
ceive Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock
mass tonight for the first time. Then?
will also be a reception in the sodality
' of Hie Blessed Virgin Mary tit vesper.
First Presbyterian.
Rev. FJ. T. Wcllford. pnslor of the
First Presbyterian church, will preach
this morning at 11 o'clock on "Slim?
mer Temptations lo Sabbath Desecra?
tion" and ai the evening service at fi
o'clock his subject will be: "The Out
si retched Hand." That service will he
of i ho evangelistic class. Sunday
school and Hilde classes will be held
at the usual hour, 9:30 o'clock.
I Trinity Methodist.
Rev. W. H. Ucnuhnmp, pastor of
Trinity Methodist church, who has
just returned frdm the general confer?
ence id' the Methodist Episcopal
church, South, at Itinuitighnm. Ala ,
will occupy his pulpit this morning
ami evening at the usual hours. This
inornng the subject wll be "Metho?
dism and Creed Revision." The even?
ing subject will be "The Way of Life
Thai Leads to Death."
Second Presbyterian.
Services will be held at the Second
Presbyterian church today as follows:
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; preaching.
II a. in.; Junior Endeavor, 2:30 p. in.;
Intermediate Endeavor, 7 p. in.;
preaching. 8 p. in.
Calvary Baptist.
Rev. A A. Duller, pastor of the Cal?
vary Haptist chinch, will preach this
morning on Hie subject ''Nothing ami
Nothing lo Show for it." This morn?
ing his subject will be, "If, Satan ami
Company."
Thirtieth Street Christian.
Rev. W. R. Jinnolt. pastor of the
Thirtieth street Christian church, will
preach ibis morning on Hie subject,
"How Shall We Approach God." The
usual, services will be held in the
evening.
Twenty-fourth Street Christian.
"The One Savings Hank" is the sub?
ject announced for this evening by
Rev. D. S. Henkel, pastor of the Twen?
ty-fourth street Christian church. This
morning the subject will be, "The
Place Where God Dwells."
Mr and Mrs. William H. William?
son, who have been suffering from a
slight attack of varioloid, are rapidly
recovering. '
Race of Itie Season.
runner IN SPLENDID CONDITION
Quail Comes in Second While Xpega
8US is Third in the Big Event cf the
Day at Gravesend?Talent Gets
the Money.
(Hv Associated Press. 1
NG WYOItK, May HC.?Harry Payne
Whit ney *:, llurgoinasler, I he favorite,
won the Carletiin stakes at Oravtsend
today. The Quail look second money,
while Xpeeasus. stable companion of
Burgoinustt r. was third. Burgomaster
was making his 'first appearance of
the year and was in grand condition.
The Whitney entry was heavily play?
ed, heilig backed down from T to .'? to
even money.
Flral race, about six furlongs?Hali?
fax, II to .". and even, won; (Kama. 5
to I and 2 to I. second: Monet, s to 1
and :: to I. third. Time 1: lo 1 ">.
Second race, the Giiipire steeple?
chase, about two miles and a half
lial/ae, to 2 and even, won: lieli
eante. fi to I and 2 to 2. second; Grand
Pa. in to I and 0 to 1. third. Time 4:48.
Third race. Hit- Hudson stal<es. five
furlongs?Creinn Green. 7 to pi and 1
i<i :t. won; Clare Itusseli, ,"i to 2 and 1
to 2. second; lioohi, lu lo 1 and f? to
2, third. Time 1:01 4-5.
Fourth tar,., the Carletan stakes,
one mih' Ihirgoinaster. even ami 2 lo
5. won; The Quail. 20 to I and 5 to 1.
second: Xpcgasus. i'ven and 2 to 5.
I bird. Time 1:11 lj-5.
PI flit race, one mile and a furlong?
Maxmir, It to 2 2 and 7 to 5. won; Cas?
sini. :ui to I ami 7 lo I. second; Oliver
Cromwell, I.'I to 5 and !i (o 10, third.
Time 1:5:! :i ?. _
Sixth race, selling, about six fur?
longs?Nannie Hodge, !? o 1 ami 2 to
1. won; Van Ness. S :i and 7 lo in,
second; Gniergollcy, 1!) lo 5 and even,
third. Time 1:10.
Seventh race, selling, about six fur
longs?Alotieon, S to 5 and It to 5, won;
Vada, 7 lo 2 and even, second; Howl?
ing Bridge, N to 1 and :< to 1, third.
Time 1:11.
MILITARY C0WPAn?s g?~
TO PORTSMOUTH WEDNESDAY
Field Day at Ocean View After Un?
veiling of Army and Navy
Monument.
The members of the Huntington
Hikes. Company C, and the Newport
News Light Infantry, Company ('!,
have been ordered in assemble at
I he nrmory ball at 8 o'clock tomorrow
night to perfect arrangements for
turning out with the Seventy-first
regiment to participate in the parade
Incident to the unveiling of the
monument erected in Portsmouth to
the army and navy.
Owing lo (he fact that both Cap
lain Fliehet! and First Lieutenant
Gnrlh weight, of Company (5 have ten?
dered their resignations as officers
of thai company and that Second
Lieutenant Raymond Butler is 111. the
members of Company C will go to
Portsmouth with Company C and un?
der the command of Captain Wil
kins, of Hie Huntington Hilles.
Il is expected that tlie local com?
panies will send almost a hundred
men to Portsmouth and no donht the
two companies, marching/ as one,
will be the largest company in the
S venty-llrsl regiment.
After the parade and the unveil?
ing of the monument the soldiers
will go to Ocean View where the
regimen! and the Norfolk Young
Men's Christian Association will hold
field day sports.
A number of Interesting athletic
events have been arranged for tin
day ami il is expected that a large
crowd will lit.' present there.
The local militiamen will return In
ibis city lnle Wednesday night.
WALKOVER FOR TIMEKEEPERS.
Material Department Clerks Don't
Know the National Game.
The shipyard timekeepers simply
wiped ui> the diamond with the mate?
rial department clerks yesterday af?
ternoon. The fad that the material
department men issued the challenge
for tile game made the timekeepers
particularly joyous over their victory.
The score was 15 to 1. The rooting
of George Gaily, heller known as
'/The Long Hoy from Carroll," wns a
feature of the contest.
The teams lined up as follows:
Timekeepers?Richardson, l.f.; Pry
aid. lb; Nealon, s.s.; Shawan, 31?!
McMurrnn. 2h; Williams, c.; Scott,
cf.; Jones, r.f.; Vanpolt, p.
Material Department?Howard, e.;
Gskridge, 2b; Jones, I f.; Tomkins, p.;
Payne, s.S.; Rose, r.f.; McCorkle, 3b;
Gubank, cf.; Holt, p.
WOMAN ON THE BOARD.
Distinguished Personnel of Massachu?
setts' Jamestown Commission.
In formation has been received at
the Jamestown Exposition hondfpinrt
ers that Governor Guild, of Massachu?
setts, has appointed the following as
members of'the Massachusetts com?
mission to the Jamestown Tercenten?
nial exposition:
Colonel Thomas VVentworth HIggin
sun, chairman, Boston, Mass.
Honorable Arthur H. Lord. Ply?
mouth, Massachusetts, president of
the Pilgrim Society.
General Francis Applctou. IVabody.
member oT the Massachusetts Histori?
cal Society, and of Essex institute;
also head of the Society of the Sons
of the Revolution.
Ex-Senator Wilson it. Fnirbank.
Warren, who was a member of the
commission to the Louisiana Purchase
exposition ami also to the Portland
fair.
Edith (ireenough Wendell, Iloston;
State regent, Massachusetts Daugh?
ters of ihe American Revolution.
Mr. Morgan in Town.
Mr. K T. Morgan, Superintendent
of the Virginia penitentiary; is the
guest Ol his brother. Mr. W. II.
Morgan, the manager of the Willis
Smith ('tall Company's store, in
1 lainpton.
HUNDLEY SELLS POGAHOITAS
10 HIS BROTHER AHO GAMMEL
Stock, Fixtures, Furniture. Lease and
Good Will Go For
$10.000.
Mr. Charles F. Hundley has sold
the Hotel Pocahoutus to his brother.
Mr. T. J. Hundley au,I Mr. S. J.
Gammel and possession has been
given.
For the furniture and fixtures,
lease and good will $10,00(1 was paid.
The building belongs to Mr. 1). S.
Jones, who leased it lo Mr. Hundley
two years ago for a period of ten
years.
.Mr. C. F. Hundley says that he will
go into another business shortly. He
recently sold the Lexington hotel and
is still proprietor of the Newprt.
Mr. Thomas J. Hundley has for the
past year practically had entire
charge of the Pncnhoiitas ami ha-;
made himself very popular with the
patrons id' the hotel. He litis now
assumed the management and pro?
poses to make various improvements
in the near future.
j Social-Personal
\_-!
Captain .1. G. hat inter has return?
ed rom a buslnes trip lo New Ycrk.
Miss Nettie llackett is very ill a'
Dr. Knight's sanitarium in East End.
Mrs. R. II. Yates, of Washington, is
visiting her niece, Mrs. William D.
Churchill, of "Shadybnuks," York
county.
SPAIN WELCOMES. PRINCESS.
People Make Merry of the Coming
Marriage of Their King.
(Hy Associated Press.)
MADRID, May 20.?Spain is watch
iug with the keenest interest tin' roy?
al courtship of Alfonso and Princess
Kun, of Bat tendin g, which continued
today between Hie Piii'dd and Royal
Palaces. The public again had oppor?
tunities to get frequent glimpse:; of
their queen lo be. and the popular im?
pression was most favorable.
FOOTBALL PLAYER UITS ARMY
Lieutenant Daly, Noted Quarterback,
Resigns Commission.
WASHINGTON D. ('.. May 2fi.?
President Roosevelt has accepted the
resignation of Second Lieutenant
Charles D. Daly, of Hie n.tillery
corps, recently stationed at Fort Tot
ten, N. Y., to lake effocl at once.
Lieutenant Daly is a native .if Mas?
sachusetts and was graduated iroin
the United Stale Military aendeinv in
June, I?05. He is best known now
ever, as Ihe star quarterback is! the
Harvard football team in Ls'.):i and
1000, nnd siibsequeuily of tile Weal
Point football team ')l HUH and 1902.
The lieutenant's r.v.soo for leaving
the army after less t'l.ir, it full years
service is to enable litiu to ncei pt a
lucrative offer engage in private
business rtiirnii . s.
Chicago Grain Market.
CHICAGO. ILL., May 2?.?Excessive
rains in the Northwest and reports of
a proahlc heavy frost in I hat district
caused strength today in the local
wheat market, the July option closing
at a net gain of l-4a3-8. Corn was up
1-2. Oats were up i'.-S. Provisions
wero a shade higher.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. MiuMy 20? Money on
call nominal; no loans; time loans
firm; sixty day 4 1-2; ninety days.
?I 1-2; six months, 1 IMafi. Prime mer?
cantile paper, 4 3-4a5 1-1 per cent.
Hosted rates, 4S,", and 4815 1-2. Com
mercial bills, 4X1 3-la-182.
Baltimore Produce Market.
BALTIMORE. May 20.?FLOUR?
Quiet; unchanged.
WHEAT--Easier; spot contract,
XX l-2nH-8; Southern by sample, 82aS4.
CORN?Quiet; spot. BS 3-4a7-8;
Southern while corn. S4 l-2n50 1-2.
OATS?Steady; mixed No. 2, .",8 l-2a
39.
PUTTER?Steady, iinehanged; fan?
cy Imitation, 17a IX; creamery, 20al-2.
EGGS?Steady, unchanged.
CHEESE?Strong, iinehanged j large
H) l-2n3-4; small II I t.
EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY.
VIA C. A O. RY..
TO RICHMOND AND RETURN,
Special train to leave Fort Monr-e
8:30 A. M., Phoebus. XA. M.<
Hampton 8:38 A. M.. Newport Nov/j
9:00 A. M., arriving Richmond 10:4'?
A. M.; returning leaves Richmond
7:30 P. M. $1.26 rf.Utt.i trip.
raj ltu,fr,???f
Traders Unload Holdings and Force
Prices Lower.
NOT MUCH DOING ON 'CHANGE
Brokers Take Profits and Even Up
Their Trades to Carry Over the Bus?
iness Until Monday?Money Market
Too, is Rather Quiet.
(Tiy Associated Press.)
MOW YORK. May 2?.?Traders who
bought stocks on rise yesterday sold
today it) even up their contracts over
Sunday. That was about all liiere! was
to the market, which was narrow and
professional to the last degree.
The pressure on prices relaxed Id
some extent after the first hour under
the Influence til tin- hi in tune in
Pennsylvania, which did nut share in
tlte weakness of the general market.
Prices faded away auain in the clos?
ing dealings and iu some instances
reached the lowest with the lone easy.
The hank returns showed a weaknetl
position and bad an unfavorable ef?
fect on speculative sentiment. Tin.'
surplus over tile legal requirement
was shown to be $0,li!M.lii?.
FEE hi ARMS
ALL BROKEN 0?T
Troubled Almost a Year?Physi?
cians Did No Good -Complexion
Now Perfect and Skin Soft, White
and Velvety. Tennessee Lady
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDS
CUTICURA SOAP"
_,_ r
"I had been troubled willi .1 break?
ing out on my tace and arms for til most
a year mid bad the services of several
physicians, but 11 icy didn't seem to do
any good. Some time ago one of my
friends recommended Ctitieura to me.
1 secured some, and after using it sev?
eral months 1 was completely cured.
1 can highly recommend Culicura Soap
as being tlte very liest, complexion
Soap made. It. creates a perfect, com?
plexion, leaving the skin soft, white,
and velvety. I now use Culicura. Soap
all the time and recommend its use to
my friends." Maud Loggias,
lt. V. 1). No. 1,
Aug. 1, 1005. Sylvin, Tonn.
ANOTHER CURE
"T have used the Culicura Medicinal
Toilet Soap for more t hau a year, and for
cleansing, beautifying, and purifying
(he skin, it cannot lie excelled, 1 have
been trying for it long time to get some?
thing to take the pimples riff my face,
and since using Cut ictira Soap I lind that
it is the very thing tor diseases of the
skin." ll. \V. King,
Oct. ltl, 1005. Cadiz, Ky.
STILL ANOTHER CURE
" I lieg to say (lud I had n great, deal
of dandruff and alter using many so
called cures, 1 started to use Culicura
Soap and am now no longer troubled
with dandruff." Ida Maier,
122(1 Seltzer St.,
Oct. 1?, IQ?rt. Philadelphia. Pa.
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ABSOLUTELY PURE WHISKEY.
Physicians and others desiring nn
excellent artlcie re respectfully re
quested to give this Wnlskey a trial
ou my guarantee Mellowed by age
b. R. COFER, Sole Ant.,
24th Street n .Washington Avenue,
REMEDIES
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iiib.it, tnlhlcts ami medication sulfi- -
cienl for :' months' treatment; is the
only rational nitre known. Any medi?
al mau will teil you that Catarrh can
only be cured hy liihalation ami medi?
cation. If no real henefil should he
received hy tin- patient, money will?
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Pcnn Rheumntism Cure?Is guaran
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any nature whatsoever.; Is a strong
tonic to huthl up the weak ami dehiii
tateil, cures sharp, shooting pains
sciatica, lumbago or any oilier pains,
due to Rheumatism. Price, large bot?
tle (liquid), $1.00. Tablet form, 50c.
Pcnn .Nerve and Blood Tonic?Put
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fective. New Life. Restores the Ner?
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curing Nervous Post rat ion. early .1? -
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Bleeding or Blind, protruding, exter
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pain, sprains, bruises, headache, neu?
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muscles, .'.ore throat, cholera morbus,
cramps, etc. Coo.I for man or beast.
Price, 25c.
If you use a Penn Remedy you can
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I by a noted physician ami specialist
ami must not be classed with the or?
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Wo will no glad to give yon entl
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Call at off Icq and see us 'Phone
messages receive prompt attention.
Electric 1 'bt und power rate, lOo
per 1.000 watt , subjoct to our usual
terms and discounts.
Pure ice?made of distilled water.
COLD STORAGE.
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