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Mr. Rogers Far Ahead Ol His Dearest Ooponent GOO? VOTE POLLEO YES1E8QAY Contest for Daily Press Trophies Has Been On Only a Few Days and All Kinds of Developments Are to be Expected, Miss Cora Dimmock, of the St. Paul's Episcopal Sunday School, con? tinues to load the holies In the Daily Press trophy contest, and Mr. Wil? liam R. Rogers, of Bremond Lodge, A. F. & A. M., is still far ahead of his nearest opponent antong the gen? tlemen. The leaders have made such a good start that the others will have lo put In some good work to get into the race, but the contest has been on only ;) few days and all kinds of developments nie to he expected be? t?re the time grows into weeks. A very good vote was polled yes? terday and there were several changes in positions. In the table printed Sunday morning the name ol STANDING O La Miss Cora Dimmock, St. Paul's Eplsc Mrs. M. W. Aayle, Bethel Chapter. Da Mrs. Elbert Nexsen, Joseph Charles Hospital . Mrs. P. B. Cross. Lady Maccabees . . . Miss Nellie Foley, Ladies' Auxiliary Mrs. J. I). Clindeinst, Ladies' Aid So Mrs. B. J. O'Hara, Ladies' Catholic 13 Mrs. Ceo. W. Nehns, John W. Daniel federncy . Mrs. R. w. Powell, Lady Maccabees Mrs. E. T. Ivy, Second Baptist church Miss Linda Cogblll, Newport News T Mrs. John Llvcscy, First Circle Ladi Gent Wm. R. Rogers. Rremond Lodge, No. II. 11. Gregory. Rector's Club . M. J. O'Connelt, Knights of Columbus E. L. Cunningham. Newport News Li \V. P. II. Enos. Peninsula Lodge, No. llryan J. O'Hara, Newport News Aerii Chas R. Fellows, Valley Forge C'ouni Abe llorwitz. Newport News Lodge. A. L. Evans, Independent Order Odd 1 F. C. Bivihs, Knights of Pythlns _ Rev. Arthur O. Sykes, D. D-, Rector Si D. A. Dutrow, High School . Mrs. B. J. O'Hara. of the Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Association, was inadvertently omitted, and Mrs. J. B. Clinedinst, or the ladies' Aid Society of the Trinity Methodist Church was given as the representative of Mrs. OTlnra's organization. The usual table is printed herewith (to show the standing of the various contestants: 0_pOQQOOOQQOOOQ 0 0 8 0 QafliL>lJl>lJ. 0$ Social-Personal s% onToTTifirTc JTT?^^ Mr. and Mrs. J. Winston Read re? turned yesterday from a trip to New York. Mrs. Almon T. Bowen will enter? tain the North End Euchre Club this week at hor home on Forty-ninu; street. Miss Helen Reese returned home yesterday after spending several (lays with friends in Norfolk and Portsmout h. Miss Nora O'Hara, of Richmond, is the guest of her brothers. Messrs P. A. and John O'Hara. Miss Eliza Falconer, of Florida, Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Samuel Spencer, on Forty-fourth street. Miss Grace Davidson loft yesterday for Richmond to visit friends. Miss Lucille Coles, of Salisbury, N. C, is visiting her cousins, the Miss? es Johnson, on Twenty-seventh street. Mrs. H. H; Epos left yesterdny for Anchorage, Ky., to spend a month with relatives. Misses Anne Wlllson and Mary Ropsr, of Petersburg, arrived in the city yesterday and lor tho next ten days will be guests of Mrs. M. W. Gayle, 124 Thirtieth street. They will then be jointed by Mrs. Preston Roper of Petersburg and go to the "Roper Cottage," Huekroe Beach, for the summer. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer contains about the same food values found in bread and eggs?almost the same as those in milk?with this difference in Pabst's favor: I The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process has made these food substances easily digestible, so they are practically in the form of liquid bread. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer instead of making work for the stomach, helps it to work, better. Try Pabst by 'phoning fur a case. Pabst Brewing Co., Sifitfi St. & C. A O By.. Newport News Phones: Cillz. 127; Bell 270. ? Where Quality 1? Uppermost. ? Js-.-.-.-? 4 Considering I the quality. I our $3 50 I Low Shoes, % Patent Kid, SSIiiiiy leather, arc very ^ SL moderately priced, Good wearers and in many pleasing S WE FIT FEET. 3 - I |eisenman's| Shoe Palace, ? ? ? 2600 Washington Avenue. ^ F CONTESTANTS, dies. opal Sunday School . 350 lighters of tiie Confederacy . 27S Auxiliary Newport News General . ICS . 7? Mieient Order Hibernians . 70 Eiety of Trinity M. E. Church... IIfi ?nevolcnt Association . 112 Chnpler, Daughters of the Con . 334 . 20 . 11 ?achers' Association . 6 88' Aid Society M. 13. Church .... :i emen. ?61, a. P. ft a. -\I. 1.22:'. . 347 . 30 irtge, No. 316, B. P. O. K. IS 27S. a. P. & a. m. ::?; No. 550, P. O. E. 25 ill, No. 145, Jr. O. U. A. M. 29 No. 315, B, P. O. E. 52 bellows . 24 . 12 :. Paul's P. B. church . 7 . 1 SHIPPING REPORT Sunday, April 14. 1907. Arrived. Steamer Trold (Nor.). Foyn, Bnl tlmori?to Berwind-White Coal Com i paiiy in ballast. Schooner Alice It. Phillips, l.undt. New York?to White Oak Coal Com? pany in ballast. Barge Kennebec from Boston?to Cho*r.peakc & Ohio Coal Agency Company In ballast, i B?rge John A. Briggs from Boston i ?to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Company in ballast. I Barge Lancaster from Boston?to Chesapeake Al- Ohio Coal Agency Com? pany in ballast. Barge Indiana from Fall River?to i Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency ? Company in ballast. Barge Cully from Providence?to j C. H. Arnal in ballast. I Barge Florida from Providence?to C. 14. Arnal In ballast. Monday, April 15, 1307. Arrived. Schbonor Emma F. Angel' Trlpp, i lost on?to Smokei m-i Fuel Compauy , in ballast. Sailjd. Schooners William B. Pal.'UCi. Mo I Aloney, Searap?rt; Fanny C. Boweh, ; Chaso, Providence; Curenea II. Vcn ? h?r, Baker, '.langer. Calendar for This Dav Sun rises. . ... ;V28 a. in. ! Sun sets .! .. .. 6;41 p. m. I High water . 0:14 p. in. Low water .... 0:27 a. in.. 2:2S p. oi. Coming For Cargo. The British steamer Isle of Kent : will arrive in port this morning from I Baltimore to load a cargo of about , 4.000 tons of coal for Havana. Cuba. Little Notes. If the hat pins get any larger what j will become of the hat Oval-headed hut pins in plaid or i bright colors are worn with white j or colored sailors. Looped streamers are all the rage j In millinery fashions. Prince Chap is the best model ror your tailored gown. Few persons like grape fruit where ' it is fust lasted. The lime flavor ! is too strong. This trull can be maoe ; into a delicious summer drink wnicli , is not unlike lemonade. Grape fruit punch or sherbet is delicious wneh used as the principal ingredianl with other fruits. The- scooped-otil shells make attractive saliil dishes Tor a luncheon. It is proposed to grade French troons not according to height but to length of stride. ? Talk about your breakfast foods, A thousand you can see; I wouldn't have them as a gift; I'd have Rocky Mountain Tea. ?J. ('. GORSUCH & CO. A Criminal Attack ? on an inoffensive citizen is frequent ' Iv made In that apparently useless , little tube called the "appendix." It's ' generally the result of protracted constipation, followed liver torpor. Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate the (iver, prevent appendicitis, and es , labllsh regular habits of the bowels. 25c at The Ideal Pharmacy. EXPECT TO REACH $20,000 MARK TODAY ?CSF V. M. C. A. Campaigers Brought In Nearly Seven Hundred last Night. MAYOR'S TEAM 51111 IN LEU. At Lenst Three Captains Count On Making Their Totals $1,000 Before Reporting Time Tonight?Buffet Luncheon Served At Head? quarters. More enthusiasm was manifested I by the campaigners In the Voting Men s Christinn Association campaign Huntington donation . Citizens Committee . j Young Business. Men's Teams: Team No. 1 ? C. Aylett Ashby.. Team No. 2?-S. It. Buxton . Team No. ?10. M. Cameron... Team No. 4?W. B. Colonna .. Team No. 5?W. P. 11. linos... Team No. (i?J. 11. Graves. Team No. 7?J. If. Greaves ... Team No. S?Dr. C. 1*. Jones . . . Team No. !l?G. B. McAlplne . . . Team No. 10?C. 1). West . Younger .Men's Committee .... ' Younger Men's Teams: Team A?Marl let t . Team ll?I,. T. Blnns . Team c?Paul Burbage . Team D?B. j. Land . Team K?Tom Meanley . Team F?M. 10. Weeks . Grand totals . for $25,000 yesterday than wns evi? dent Saturday and there is little doubt but that when the returns for the day are received at headquarters at 7::!0 o'clock this evening the total fund subscribed will have passed be? yond the $'J0.0fl0 mark, thus enabling the association to claim tho $10,001? donation of the Huntington intorests. The total collections yesterday amounted to $058, bringing the grand total up to S19.801.50. Team No. 2. captained l.-y Mayor Samuel R. Buxton leads the Young Men's teams with Team No. 10, C. D. West, captain, a close second. Cap I tain W. P. H. Kuos. of Team No. r>, announced last night that his team j would today pass the $1,000 mark and , would lead all or the teams when the 'contest closes at 7:30 o'clock Friday ! evening. All of the teams are expected to pass the $500 mark today and three should join Mayor Buxton's team, which enjoys the distinction of be? ing the only team to have secured i $1.00(?. j I The Younger Men's tennis did good I work yesterday, reporting a total col- ' j lection tor the day of $10:,. Since (he campaign began a total of 45ti subscriptions have been re- | ceived from as many persons and business firms, but it. is expected Hint j before Friday night the total will amount to nearly $1,000. Team No. i 0. captained by Mr. G. B. McAlplne, 1 I has secured the largest, number of subscriptions of any of the Young I Business Men's teams. I A buffet lunch was served at head? quarters last night. The accompany j ing table tells the story. With Silk and Velvet. The silk frock is In line with tile most fashionable gowns seen this sea? son, and so clever are the new p:u- ' terns that few have any rivals in bean liful material of pattern, in one oi th novelty dresses of pin si rilled na vy blue and white silk, the skirt i< I ut.tdi with sections of three plaits from t?ii lo bottom of the skirl, with a plain panel effect between. The plain ? part of the decorated at the bottom with two one and one-hall Inch bands ot plain navy blue silk. A plain blue silk cutaway coat has shori sleeves, while the front closes over a pin-1 striped waist. The comoinatlon o- ( p|ain and striped effects is one oi tne ; novel features of this seasons new Ideas. t j Jumper Suit of Mohair. A dress of cream and pink lustrous mohair Is made in the three-piece jumper suit. The skirt is laid In very wide plaits with a box plait down the front. The sleeveless juniper waist, with rounded yoke effect to show the beauty of white guimpse and sleeves, is gathered at tho waist line and sewed to the skirt. The shoulder pieces are buttoned with pearl bul? let buttons, while a shaped girdle me? lons in the back with three buttons. 1 tie waist is buttoned down the hack. Hard Times In Kansas. ; The old days or grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today; although a citizen of Codell. Uarl 8homburg, has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "I was worn out and discouraged by cough? ing night and day. and could find no relief till 1 tried Dr. King's New Dis? covery. It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by The Ideal Pharmacy. 50c and $1.00. Trial hot j tie free. A marvelous preparation eontnin'ng 'the constituent elements of life. Hoi lister's Rocky Mountain Ton eures I when all el*e has fnllM 3fi cents. |Tea or Tablets. .1. ('. OORSUCH .t ^CO. New Agency Established. The Waren .V MonkH Coal Coin l?nhj yoKterdn) established Its ngencv in ibis ally in loom 402 of Iii? Sil-? by building. Mi. n. II. smlib In ug< in for ibis company, which ox peels in ilu a large business al liils pori in the Inline. Brooklyn Wom.in Dies From Injuries, j (By Associated PreMS.1 SAVANNAH. CA . April I.Y- .Miss Mill") Teresa Koike, ol No. 202 I'? i urn street, Brooklyn, N. v.. who was Injured on Saturday last in a col llsloil between a railway engine null a sightseeing automobile died toilllj 'I'bi' other victims of the collision lire getting along fairly well. Threatened Lynching at Beattyville. | (Hv Associated Press.) LEXINGTON, KY . April IG. Tin jail at Ueattyvllle. Loo county, wn guarded today to prevent a mob froni l> nehlng, Clay Thomas ami bis fath? er-in-law. Lev! Reynolds, who are charged wltli killing .lease Aimer. The men have conlessed and were' held by the grand Jury without ball, j Panama Suiting. Tills chilli has been ??? ?? ly reduced in price and really looks as well | many of the dollar and a ball pieces '?t clotli Tin. an in hll lending col? ors, i bid it oiieekl d. single or Ion > width*, and are (?specially adapted inr^ tin eoiistructloh of children's dresses er juniper costumes. Previously Reported Totals Reported. Yesterday, to Dale. .. $10,000.00- $|i).uu(i.on 2,1114.00 $121.00 2,438.00 540 1.078 7 SI 524 843 110 IS 2 ::s:: 521 985 iii! ;,ii ..-.o mi no ,50 20.00 I ?0.00 26.00 10.00 102.00 32.00 R0.00 560.00 1.238.50 BOA.00 534.00 1146.60 ?I 10.50 482.00 416 no 601.50 1186.00 ?112.50 145.011 5n.no 00 50 in.mi 17.0h 25.06 iS.fll) 5.0u .'lie ml 55.00 135.0(1 10.00 17.00 2?.?0 $19,203^50 $058.00 $10,861.50 ^1 1 11 Iv N KW WAV, Til K KASV WA V, 4 Tilt: UIIKAHK8T WAV to Hinke Ice Ureairi. Simply Siir Iba contents of one parkte? Jell-O ICE CREAM Powder Into a quart of milk anil fri CM. No heating oreookinft; iminiug else u> add. one pack? age makes nearly two quarts of Quo Irr cream, l.'osta ?tiout 1 rem a plate. J'it'e kind*: Vanilla, Chocolate, Straw? berry, AVfit?it and t/ftjfap?irtd. Approved t>y 1'iue rood Commissioner*. No disease u<tniB or (11011101110 poison in Jell-O Ice Cronm Powdar. BpackagcaCSo., at all grocers. If yonr grocer hnrn'i It, send us Ins name and V.ic,and 'l pack? age* nnd our Il? lustrated recipe lionk will liu mailed to you. ? The Ct iifsee I'ure Food Co.. Le Roy. N. V. Visit our booth ?i .liiinrtUiivii l*<|i?niimi. f AN INVESTMENT ?For? BUSIN ESS MEN. Send $0.00 to the "New York Com? mercial" und receive dally (except Sunday) a BUSINESS MAN'S NEWSPAPER. Giving, besides all important goner ul views ol the day, quotations nnd reports of all markets, UN EQUALLED MINING NEWS Is a strong feature of the "Commer? cial." The Dry Goods, Grocery, Drug, Metal and Provision Markets each are | given a huge amount of space dally. Smaller and less active markets appear when warranted; at least once a week. The FINANCIAL NEWS is unsiir-j passed, and the INSURANCE DE-1 PART MIC NT is one of the strongest in the country. Including Flro^ Life] and Casualty. All for $6.00 a year. $3.50 for six months, $2.00 for three months, 7" cents a month. Send for samph copies. NEW YORK COMMERCIAL, 8 Spruce Street, New York City. FURS nnd keep the moths out t'f your Clothing by using CEDAR1NE FOR SALE BY IDEAL PHARMACY !vV lure A hev Keep r peti all night. ?il Cook-Stove SEHT The different Oil Stove The improved Oil Stove Gives best results. Reduces fuel ex? pense. A working flame at the touch of the match. "Blue Flame" means the hottest flame produced by any stove. The New Perfection will make your work lighter. Will not over? heat the kitchen. Made in three sizes, with one, two, and three burners. Every stove war? ranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest agency. _ The gives a clear, steady Vif.ht. Fitted with latest improved burner. Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled. Every lamp warranted. Suitable forlibrary, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) EPES SCHOOL, Wash. Avo. & 80th Si Morning, Afternoon and Nlfiht Claas?*. Well equipped rooms good library, experienced teachers. All branches of a liberal educatlou taught thoroughly. 8pcclal instruc? tion! I,, Bookkeeping, Stonogrsphy, Typewriting and Music 8-28-tusu ?k\\mmm1WmmmmmmmtmmmmmW' Buxton & Parker Are daily receiving additions to their large stock, and persons wishing Iron Beds, Mattresses, Cots, Odd Bureaus, Waslistands, Refrigerators and Go-Car<s, Will do well to call early. Buxton & Parker Furnishers for Every Room In the House. Experience A young lady of Newport News' tells her chum that when she received her first mascu? line kiss she felt, as ir some? thing was running down her nerves on feet of diamonds, es? corted by several little Cupids in chariots drawn by angels, shaded by hoh.ey-suckels and canopied % by melted rainbows. Why shouldn't she like it? There is nothing better except Chesterfield Ginger Ale Wiih your lips take a sip at leading fountains and hard tu-frl. FOR MEN Prlwti Onuses 49 Checks in houi lures tUf. Rtofti difficult catci in three da* i. 1 -scd by *<4l>itaU aii>] clinic*. Sold t>y GO RS' CH'S DRUG STORES ft ft'4 MMN iTMftT, NCfirOLK, V*. - o ?* Avtlbl NrWPORT NKUf*. Promptly Done From a Parcel lo an Engine. FREIGHT, BAGGAGE, FURNITURE AND SAFES CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY MOVED Virginia Transportation Go. Storage Warehouse 514-520 27th St. > REASONABLE RATES TOUCH, TASTE, SMELU HEARING, SIGHT. Moet precious of the flvo senses?eyesight. Don't risk It by wearing wrong glasses. Eyes Work The most delicate machinery moves the muscles of the eyes. For perfect eyesight the ma? chinery requires occasional in? spection. Proper ICyeglasses reliovo strain. No Two Noses Are Alike ICach eyeglass to givo satis? faction must be carefully ad? justed to fit the fnce of tho' wearer. HULL & HULL, Opticians, 121 20th Street, Op. Postofflco.. AT 2617 Washington Both Phones 521.