food Ship Virginia In Port Win
Y. M. G. s Parly.
"LUBBERS" GL?0 TO BE HOME 11
t ? ?
?Storms, Calms and Fogs Tried
Nervea and Patience of the Ama?
teur Tara, but They 8ay They Had]
1 a Splendid Cruise. >
P 'Aftor nu adventurous voyage down
tho const from New York, during
?which she encountered sovoral <sh
vero 'storins, the trim lltllo two
masted schooner yacht Virginia, with
tho sailing party of (ho local Young
Men's Christian Association aboard
warpod Into a berth at Old Dominion
plor A about 1:30 o'clock yesterday
As soon as the Virginia was safoly
moored the association "hind lub
bora" eagerly ellinhed up on the
dock, glsd in be on llrm footing once
more. Tho members of the party
were Unanimous In Iho verdict that
they had a splendid (rip, hut Llioy
?seemed exceedingly glad (hat they
were safely ashore again.
Mate Washed Overboard.
With the sailing parly aboard, the
Virginia lcrt this dly at 8 o'clock
on the morning of July 2 and on the
noxt afternoon, while off Hnrnegat,
? the yacht ran Into a severe wind and
rain storm. The son dashed high
over the vessel making It exceedln
ly uncomfortable for the parly
At 0 o'clock that evening while
tbo storm was at Its very highest
u huge wave broke over tho Vir?
ginia's bow dashing across her deck
and ^weeping the mate. William Pe
drell, then on watch, overboard.
When tho wave struck hi in the mate
grabbed a piece of rope on the side
of tho vessel, to which he dung un?
til Captain Drown and one of Iho
deck hands could haul him on the
After the storm abated the Virginia
had fair weather ami strong winds
during tho remainder of the voyage
up tho coast and she dropped anchor
off Brooklyn ut 7:30 o'clock on the
morning of July t. Mirny members
of the party became sea-sick during
tho voyage und several of them wero
about "all lu" when the Virginia
came to an anchorage. They soon
recuperated, however, mid accompan?
ied tho remainder of the party oil
their tour of Now York city on July
?While, at Now York tho members of
the parly visited Coney Island, .lor-1
aey City, Brooklyn and New York,;
taking in nil the amusement placed
and seeing all the sights tu the Me?
Compelled to Put Back.
With the entire party aboard the
Virginia weighed anchor Friday even?
ing and started on tho return voy?
age, but soon after sho reached tho
open sea a storm arose and she was
compelled to put back to Sandy
Hook, whero sho anchored and re?
mained that night and all day Sat?
urday and Saturday night, I^ust
Saturday the party visited Coney
Has always been a special?
ly of this business.
People say we do belter
Engraving than any other
firm in the slate.
Many jamilies leave
their silver with us when
(govng away for the summer
and have it engraved with
monogram or cre.t.
We do this work very
reasonably during the quiet
I. R. SPRAQUE,
? Manufacturing Jeweller.
28th and Washington Ave.
HEAD AND SCALP
Bothered With Itching for a Long
Time--Found No Relief Until
Cuticura Was Used ? Kentucky
Lady Now Completely Well.
WISHES SUCCESS TO
"After using Cuticura Soap, Oint?
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I nm entirely relieved of tout itching
humor of the head und sculp which T
Was bothered with unite a length of
time. I did not use tho Cuticura Rem?
edies more than three times before I
began to get belter, ami now I am com?
pletely mill. 1 suffered with that humor
on my head, and found no relief until I
took tlio Cuticura Remedies. I think
I used several cakes of Cuticura Soap,
three boAcs of Ointment, and two vials
of Pills. 1 am doing all 1 can to publish
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done ii|o good, and I know they will do
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June 12, 1005. Mortonsville, Ivy.
12 YEARS' SUFFERING
Cured Sound and Well By Cuti?
cura Soap and Cuticura Oint?
ment at Expense of 75c.
"I Jiad hcon stifTerm?; for twelve
years with aaoro on piy limb, and hud
physicians givo mo treatment, and none
gave 1110 any relief until I-got hold of
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and
I was cured sound and well with ono
ci\ko of Cuticura Soap and one box of
Ointment. 1 bavoconiidenco in Cuticura
ami 1 would not take ten dollars for ono
box if 1 knew that I could not get uny
ntore." D. M. Robertson,
Sept. 20, 1005. Newton, Miss.
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II?.r, Irulll I'lmpli-a 1.1 Sirutiila, 1mm Infancy to AR.,
rtiniMInK 11I CutliMira Snap, 2.V., Olnllfltnt, Mr., Htwl
??i,l,?k-. ilii r..riii i.l t-liu. nlnl? l ii.l.il I'M: ?.-. |.rr ?Int
ol fin, may hf hail nl all .1iV(I?!.i?. alnglp - l otltiii iirea.
l-iillrt Ilrun* CIm im. c-,.i|i? I'mna., Il.nluti, Maja.
? f-.Mall.dVrfi. ?II?* In Cam tot Skin,Bc?ll>,?ullU?ll,"
?ad ",Uuw lu Cut* TuHutluR Ktltlna."
Inland, returning to tho yacht at
None of the party was missed at
Unit time, but about tl o'clock that
night, (ho keeper of the Brooklyn
yacht club came along side the Vir?
ginia lu a launch to bring Quelle
l<ash, a member of the party, whi
had been lost while returning from
Coney Island. T1I10 keeper suggest?
ed to Mr. Lynch that he tug. the
members of the parly the next time
they wont ashore.
All Sorts of Weather,
'IM10 Virginia set sail from Sandy
Hook again at daylight Sunday morn?
ing, but soon after passing the Hook
the yacht was becalmed and sho
drifted around all day Sunday and
Sunday night. Monday tho wind
froahenoil somo and the Virginia
started down Mio coast, but that night
sho ran Into a scvore thunder squall,
which the yacht rode bravely.
Tuesday morning tho wind died
down again and. fearing a storm,
Captain Drown put his yacht into
Beach Haven, whero tho party spent
tho afternoon. At Bench Haven
Messrs. Robert A, Davis, William M.
Parker and W. O. Heath left the
party and came to this city by rail.
Nearly Went Over.
Favored by fair winds tho Vlrglula
set sail from Heard Haven early
Wednesday morning and arrived olf
Delaware Breakwater that night.
During the trip to the Breakwater a
sudden squall struck the boat almost
capsizing it. .Most of Hie "lubbers"
were below deck at tho tlmo and
when tho Virginia rcoled to one
side they all rushed on deck, think?
ing that the vessel was going down.
The staunch' craft soon righted her?
self, however, and proceeded on her
Wednesday night the yacht made
good time but while off Hog Island
early yesterday morning sho ran In?
to a heavy fog bank, which caused
the mate to lose his bearing. The
vessel sailed around In the fog un?
til just before noon when Capo
Charles light was sighted and she
was headed into the capes.
Having fair winds again tho Vir?
ginia passed in the Capes about noon
yesterday, arriving here yesterday af?
The following were aboard the
yacht when she arrived at pier A:
?Meura. W. R, Lynch. J, B. T.
Hunter. W. B. Colonnn. W. E. Hull.
Kr?)d Barrett, John Hamilton, lx*rny
Oray, Walter McFall, Eddie Lash. M.
Danielson. A. Osolin. (1. W. Meadows.
Joseph Dumas, Arnold Duxton and
John Watson. Those who went to
New York with tho party, but return?
ed to this city by rail, were: Messrs.
Robert A. Davis, W. M. Parker, W.
O. Heath, Robert A. McMllllan, Al?
bert Daughtrey and Frank Lenz,
While at sea the members of the
party amused themselves with social
games, story telling and such sports
as could be pulled off on the yacht.
Last Sunday religious exercises, con?
ducted by Mr. Lynch, were held on
the yacht and were participated 1n
ny oyery member of the part v.
Trustees Have Trouble Deciding
What to Pay Teachers.
SLIGHT INCREASE IS BRAKTED
Now Teachers Will Receive Forty In?
stead of Thirty-Five Dollars Par
Month?'Drawing Instructor May
Resign Because of Cut.
After wrangling for nearly two
hours the school trust oca last night
finally succeeded In reaching an
agreement on the salaries of the pub?
lic school teachers, making hut one
decided change In (he standard here?
tofore maintained. This change In?
creases the salary or now gramanur
school teachers from $86 to $40 a
month. The hoard has already pass?
ed a resolution against electing In?
experienced touchers for Iho city
schools and It Is thought that the In?
crease In the salary of beginners
will tend to ralso tho standard of
education In the grammar schools.
There was some disagreement i
among the trustees as to the salary
lo bo paid the special teacher In;
drawing, several of the members i
wanting to make her salary $tif> while j
others were In favor <>f reducing It
lo flit) a mouth. After a heuted dis?
cussion the salary was made $(11) a
mouth. It Is understood Hint Miss
Elizabeth Ivy, who was elected to in
struct the pupils in drawing has re?
fused an offer of $7U a month from
Superintendent (.lass, of the Lynch
burg sehoids and It is now thought
that the action of tho board last
night will cniise her to go to Lynch
burg. In the event thut she' does
take such action. Mrs. Fred M. Bar?
ren, who was last night elected a
substitute teacher, or teacher In
drawing, probably will teach druwlng
In Regular Session.
The school board intet in regular
session In the High school bjilhllnn
at 8 o'clock last night with President
Piickutt In the chair, and tho follow?
ing members present: Barrett, Coop?
er, Harrison, Phillips, Slbiy, Hudglns
Messrs. Harrison and Sibly, who
were recently elected trustees by the
city council, took the oath of ofncH
before Superintendent of Schools V?
C. Morton last night. Mr. C- C
Smith, who was also lected with
Messrs. Harrison and Sibly, Is out of
tho city, but he will take the oath
at the next meeting of tho board.
The board adopted a resolution off?
ered by the rules and regulations
committee authorizing a special com?
mittee to ascertain tho cost of pur?
chasing and installing apparatus for
teaching domestic science in tho
High scoool during tho session of
190ti-'07. The president appointed
Messrs. Phillips, Barrett and Cooper
the special committee, and named
Superintendent of Schools W. C.
Morton an exofllclo member of the
Upon the recommendation of tho
rules and regulations committee the
board elected Miss Alice Coleman, of
Slgnplue, Va., a special teacher In
music for the session of 1906-'07 and
elected the following substitute,
teachers: Mrs. A. C. Peachy, Mrs. E.
.1, Roberts and Misses Ollvu Mar?
lowe, Nellie Foley, Lucy Moss and
iMnry Harmon was elected teacher
for the colored schools and the wlfo
of N. B. Clarke, principal of colored
schools, No. 2, was named a substi?
Report of Committees.
The finance committee submitted
the following report on the finances
of the board:
Collections to date from
all sources . fSS.371 80
Disbursements to dato.. 32,705 76
Cash In hands of city
treasurer . ?.?On 03
The buildings and grounds com?
mittee submitted a lengthy report oil
the various supplies needed In tho
schools for the next session and tho
board ordered tho committee to .
vertise for bids on the supplies.
Superintendent of Schools W. C.
Morton .submitted his report on til'
enrollment ond dally attendance of
public schools during the tenth
school month ending June 8, 1906.
Timekeepers vs. Y. M. C. A.
The Y. M. C. A. baseball team
will meet the -shipyard timekeepers
on the Casino diamond tomorrow af?
ternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
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THE ETERNAL QUESTION
Where Must I Spend My Vacation?
AT THE MECKLENBURG
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WHY SEEK ANY FURTHER, wiun
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Pleasure and Comfort combined in
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WHAT MAKES THE MECKLEN?
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"It docs not to my knowledge exist
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