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(Continued from Eleventh Taue.)
So it Is in every Held or public activity. Stales' rights should bo ?preserved when they mean tho poo ?pie's wrongs; not, for Instance ?when thoy arc Invoked ,;? prevent Hie abolition of child labor, or to lirenk force of the laws which pro hlhlt the Importation of contract labor to this country; In short, not when they stand for wrong or op? pression of nny kind or ror nntlonnl weakness or im-potcrico at home or abroad. Decade of Achievement. "The list ten years have been years of great achievement for this nation. During that period we have dealt und are dealing with many different mutters of prent moment. We have acquired Uno rlgfat U* build, and are now 'building, the Pan limn canal. We have given wise govern mem to the Philippines, wo havo dealt with exceedingly complex difficult, and I m port an I questions 'in Cuba and Santo Domingo. We have Ibuilt lip the navy; our surest Hilft) ?guard or ounce of-national 'honor. We are niukltig progress in dealing with the question!? or Irrigation and for? estry Hi' preserving i<> the public lands and of tho mineral -wealth ?underlying them; and with that ?group of vital questions which con? cern the prbpor supervision of I'he liiinnioiit"o corporations doing an In? terstate iiiislheiiH, Ihn proper control of the gri at highways of InterKlatu commerce llto proper regulation'of In? dustries which. If lefi uhrogulnlcd threaten disaster to Iho holy -politic. We iliiivo dona many other things, such as securing the settlement, of the Alaska boundary. We have made progress In securing bettor ro latlonn between capital and labor, J justice as hetwocn them ami ns regards the general public; nnd ndcqiinto protection for wage-work' ers. Wo 11tiv? ? dene much In en' forcing the law alike against great nnd small; ngtlillSl crimes or greed nnd cunning no loss than against . crimes <>f vlo5oij.ee ard 'brutality. We 'have wrought mightily for the rpeaco of righteousness, both among the nations nnd In social and In d/Uetrlal life here at home. Much ili'as been dune, and wo are girding up our loins to do more. Criticism and Obstruction. In nil these matters there have been Home men in public l'-fo .anil Homo men lu 'private life W&qse ac? tion has been at every point one of barren criticism or fruitless op; struct Ion. Those men have had no (part or lot In Iho great record of achievement and success; the record of good work worthily done. Some of these men have been college graduates; but all or them havo lioon poor servants of the poopio useless where Uioy were not. harm .ful. All Iho credit Tor tho good 1ihus accomplished In the puiblle life ?of this decade belongs to tllOSO who have done affirmative work In such mutters ns those I have ohitnv Orated nboVe, and not in those who, ?with mom or less futility, tiara ?sought to hamper nnd' obstruct tho work that has thus been done. "in short, you college men, he doers rather than critics of (the deeds that others do. Stand stoutly for your Ideas; but keep In mind that, they can only he realized, even partially, by practical methods of nehlevmenl' Remember always that t'ais Republic of ours Is a very real domoeraey and that you can only win success by showing that you have the right stuff lu you. The college man, the man of intoll ' cot arid training, should take t.tfo lead In every fight for civil nnd Hociul training, t-hould take that load only ii" In a spirit, of thor? oughgoing democracy ho takes his .place among bis follows; not stand? ing aloof from them, but mixing - wlti'J them, so that he may know, ? may fool may sympathize with their hopes, their ambitions, their prliicl rples- -and even their -prejudices? ns an Amoricnn among Americans, as a man among men." Spoke Over An ' Hour. Mr. Roosevelt's spoke over an hour ? and at the conclusion of his address there was another great demonstra? tion. Upon leaving the Union, Presi? dent Roosevelt made a personal cull at the home of President Charles W. J?llctt, who. however, hi absent in Canada, dellvei-ng ti tio:?r- of ad? dresses. Tin li he was quickly taken in nn automobile to tho Hasty Pud? ding Club, where a reception was held and alter that ho called upon bis son. in the hitler's apartments tu the Dunstro dormitory. Tea With a iBohop. The succeeding plans of the day In? cluded a return to Boston where the President was the guest, of Bishop Lawrence at tea, then another visit s to Cambridge, where the President I took in another gathering at the Porcelain Club, which has been de? scribed ns Harvard's most' exclusive private club. The President's son will be initiated into membership to? night. "Rh'oee spots on the sun will prob? ably give the ice trust an excuse for raising prices .next summer.? Toledo Blade. Endorsed by the County. "The most popular remedy in Ot uego County, and the best friend of my family," writes Win. M. Dletz, ed? itor and publisher or Use Otsogo Journal. Gllbertsvllle. N. Y., "Is Dr. King's .New Discovery, it has proved to he an Infallible curt! lor coughs und colds, making short work or thfi ?worst or them. We always keep a bottle in the house. I believe It to be the most valuable prescription known ror I,ung and Throat diseases." Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by the ideal Pharmacy. Price fjOc and fl.OO. Trial bottle free. GROWS HAIR AND WE CAN The irreal efficiency and relinhility ol Dnndcrinc m n hair (jrowrr nnrl scalp regenerator ltnvc won the confidence and ttatrunaueol millions nnrl millions ol people throughout the United Stales. It has attained a larger sale ami Is more generally used then nnv other nitirlc toilet or medicinal?that hna ever been sold or handled l.y the Drug trade in this country. . HAN UKKI N K makes the KCalp healthy and lertile nnd keeps it so. It is the ?:rentcst scalp fertilizer ntid therefore the iTcnlest hulr-produrlni; remedy the world tins ever known. It is ii natural lood anil n wholcfomc medicine for both the hair nmWcatP KvVn n ?ftakotM? of Ii will pul iimr? KenuillO lifo In your linlr Hum n gallon ?Tony ollier liuir tonlo over uinite. It Bhowa roaulta from Ihn very alnrt. NOW ut all druggists in THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. FREE To sliow how quickly Dnnderlne acts we will send nlarge sam? ple free hy return mail to anyone who sends this advertisement to the Knnwltoti llnnilcrlue Co., Chicago, with their name and address and ten ccuts in biker or stamps to pay postage FINE COMMERCIAL a one of the most important factors in business-building A nicely printed Letter Head, or a neatly arranged Card lends tone to your busir ess and creates a favorable impression upon your prospective customers. We make a specialty of Fine Commercial Stationery, print? ed in one or two colors Warwick 2 i I Twenty-Fifth Street, Bell 'Phone 123, Newport News, Va. Daily PreSss 10c a Week one- mo\z niee vfaaVi fatty 75.0 0 ehafob pi 7?.8? I?.5? ehafodr pi 74).?? 7?.?)? eh<u>Uy pi J.5? 1 \u*ft too. ^.?? uitf& pt ?7.5? ?^.?? \iif6r pi ??.?? 77.5? \Ufb pi 75-00 6 Full Quarts Carolina Whiskey Carolina Whi.ltey will gi?e excellent ?ati.faction. It is n well nged article nnrl in our estimation, fur superior to thn ileeoctiono and mix? ture* sold by irresponsible until order whiskey homes at y:;.Pi) to M.50 po-sallon. We inskon special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show that we arc not Afraid of any kind of eompetition Our plantn cover four? teen seres, making us U10 largest mail order whiskey house in tho world. 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. Cut out this advertisement and return It with $2.05 and we will shin yon hy express A full quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we v ; M include In same box, complimentary, a sample bottle of each, "Zuliekn." "Gold Rrrd" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn. SPECIAL NOTICE I We deliver the above oxpfeas prepaid nnywhern in North Carolinn. Virginia and West Virginia, but customers livlnj? in oth.-r stales reached by Adams or Southern Kxprcs? Companies, must remit Wc. extra. Buyers oast of Mississippi River residing on Rome other express lines must send ?.1.95 for the 6 quarta and .1 sampln bottles and wo will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address: THE CASPER. CO., Inc., Rosnolle, Vs. i4Wmb, ?. c.) 0w> ? nf r. S. lt^el>lrr?4 PUtlllfrr K?. SMj ?Iii DM., V?. ??t, ef V. S. n?lf>? ?ti.I gtunntrrit l-ore lunlrr In / Have Buyers ..Jot../ City Property. If you want to sell for Cash or Exchange, sejd descrip? tion and price, and I will tell you whether I can make a deal for you. .\ .'. .\ ." Property for Sale and Exchange IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Address: E. C. BROWN, Inc. 2411 Jefferson Avenue Bell Phone 397. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. EPES SCHOOL, Wash. Ave. & 30th St Morning, Afternoon and Night Classes. Woll equipped rooms, good library, experienced teachers. All branches of a liberal education taught thoroughly. Special lnatruc Uon* In BOoVt-KoeptoK. Stenography. Typewriting and Musio. R-ZR-ttisv.