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MOVER OUT ON BAIL After Hours DelaglFederatlon Presi? dent Secures Freedom. WILL LEAVE FOR DEWcR TODAY Judge Wood Denies .in Application for Bad for Pettibonr Without Consid? ering the Question at All?There Were No Arpuments. irtv Associated Press.) BOISE. " IDAHO, July KO.?After dela> of ;:r, horns. Charles II. Mover, president of the Western Federal! of Miners, wits released from the Ada .county jail at a late hour tonight on n boat) or $'2.1.111111 signed by Timothy Ke.M-.an und Thomas J. Jones, of Boise. Mover will leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow night In cotnpa ?with William D. Hnywood, who on Sunday was ucuullted "1 the murder of former Oovornoi Steunenberg. After a stop of a few hours In Salt Lahe Ct.v they will proceed to Denver, the headquarters of ihe Federation, Formal appllcntlon was made in the District Court todn> 10 have tleoige A. Pettlbono ndmltted to hall. The motion was submitted without argu? ment and was promptly denied by Judge Wood. GRADUATES OF THE ARTILLERY SCHOOL List of the Honor Men as Announced In the Official Order Issued by Secretary Heiner. The following order, wh'ch is self explanatory, has been issued by Copt. Gordon Heiner, secretary of the artil? lery School at Fort Monroe: The following lists of honor gradu? ates, arranged according to merit, and graduates, arranged alphabetically. 01 the Class of P.">7. Artillery School, an hereby published for the information of all concerned: Honor Graduates. . Oeorgo W. Cochen, First Lieutenant. Const Artillery corps; John 10. Steph? ens, Captain, Fifth Field Artillery; Raymond ll. Kenner, Paptn'n, Const Artillery corps; .lay p. Hopkins, Cap? tain. Coast Artillery corps; William "W. Hamilton, Captain, Coast Artillery corps. Graduates. Hartman L. nutler, First Lleutenont, .Fourth Field Artillery; John B. W. Corey, First Lieutenant, Fifth Field ?''Arllllnry; Brune Cotton, First Lieu ? tenant. Coast Art llcry corps; Fred C. Boyle, Captain. Third Field Artillery; Frank H. Edwards, Captain. Coast Ar? tillery corps; Albert II. Faulkner, can tain. First Field Artillery; Oeorgo It. Oreene. Fifth Field Artillery; Joseph ,S. Hantln, Captain, Const Artillery corps; Thomns W. llollydav. First Lleutennnt. Third Field Arl liery; Ar? thur P. S. Hyde. Captain. Coast Ar? tillery corps; Clifford Jones. First .Lleutennnt, Coast Artillery corps: Adolph Lnngborsi, First Lleutennnt, ['Const Artillery corps; Hoheit H. Me Bride, Captain, Coast Artillery corps; Augustine Mclntyre. Capiniii, Third Field Artillery: W'lllam K. Murrav. First Lleutennnt. Coast Artlllerv corps ; William II. Peek. First Lieutenant. 'Const. Artillery corps; George T. Per? kins, Cuplaln. Coast Artillery corps: William II. ltayiuond. Captain, Coasl Artillery corps; John L. Roberts. Jr.. Captain. Coast Artillery corps; Gor doi| Robinson, Fist Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps; James 1'. Robinson, Captain. Coast. Artlllerv corps; Nortis ? toy toil, First Lieutenant. Coast Ar? tillery corps; George A. Taylor. Kirs I jS?leutennnt, Coast Artillery Corps ALL STRAW HATS ?AT? X Half Price* TVili't (Play?they're getting picked over very quickly. Powerful Reductions ON ALL SUMMER CLOTHING ? Including all Serge Suits; pest, selection In town. Frankel & Eiseninan fj Complete Outfitters. |8 36 WEST QUEEN STREET.. m MPTOI "Hampton'* Beet Stora." LONG GLOVES -at Short Prices. Lisle thread Qlovos, lull lengths in :: of the most wan toil colors: Black, white and Inns, ol the latter many medium nntl dark Blindes. At a glance one would take (hem to he silk. As to wear, they will wear hellOV than silk. They are worth |1.2ii and $1.50. Sale price today $1.00 Willis It Vanee. Captain, Coast Ar? tillery corps; Harry .1. Watson. Cap-1 tain. Coast Artillery corps; James Wil? son. Kirst L'eiltennht, Const Artillery | corps; Chnrlos (?. SCallars, Captain. Coast Artillery corps. OFFICERS TO ENTERTAIN THE PENINSULA GUARDS Big Smoker and Social Session Will Be Given in Armory Hall TViis Evening. Cabt. George II. Lnncer. Llonton ants C, l.ockle ("oilier and .1. II0W-| aid Honnovlllo have Issued Invita? tions to the members of the Penin sula Hoards for n "smoker" and so? cial session In Armory Hall tonight. The affair is given tu Hie men .us a recognition of the olllcers' gratitude I over the recent election. During the session it Is expected that Hie olllcers will discuss with the men many matters of importance to the welfare of the Peninsula Guards. It Ik expected that stops will be tak? en looking to placing the Guards in tile front ranks of the Soventy-llrst regiment and that the social session will he the Hist of many enjoyable entertainments which the sohllern will give during the coming season. PERSONAL NOTES. I The Coming and Going of the People] You Know. Mr. and .Mrs. S. .1. Watson. Jr.. have I returned from a visit to nine Ridge [Springs, Vn. Mr. M. II. Morgan returned yester | day from a visit of a week to his for? mer home In Roanoke. Mrs. W. T. Dlxop bus returned to| I her home In Newport News avenue after a visit to friends In York county. Mr. anil Mrs. Benjamin Moore and children have returned from a stay of | Several weeks in York county. Msr. Helen Clarke Is visiting fr'ends| in York county. The Missis Mary and Louise Bond IOf Hdoiitoti. N. Ci are the guests of| 1 Miss Nella Willie, In Armlsteail ave I nue. Miss gommorvlile LOe Booth, Miss Margaret Booth, of Chester, N. C and] Miss Mary Lou Wyntt. of GlOUCCStor I county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. (i [K. Sinclair. Jr., near Hamilton. Mrs. R. H. Richardson and Mrs. ltedwood U. Richardson und children I left yesterday for a visit to Toano and| King and Queen county. Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zoellcr. of KHz-1 Inboth City, N. ('.. are visiting Cap*. I S. 11. Hartley In South King sheet. Miss Charlotte Wruy lias returned | I from Winchester, where she was I teacher in the summer normal school. Miss Kll/nbeth Wray, of Newport. [News avenue, w.'ll have tomorrow for Hertford, N. C, where she will spend I sometime with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kayette Curtis and Miss Bessie Curtis will leave today for a stay of several weeks In Glou? cester county. Miss Kster Berkeley, of Staunton, l.s [visiting friends in Hampton. Mrs. T. .1. Walton and children hnve Igone to Danville, where they will I spend the month of August. Miss Nannie Copolnnd. In Victoria I avenue, has as her guest, Miss LolMc Kate Wevmass, of Kavettcsvllle, N. ic. Mr. and Mrs. John Weymoulh and daughter will leave today for Lou dnun comity, where they will spend several weeks. Bitten By a Cat. Master John Rtahworth is qillto 111 In his home in Pee Dee from the ef? fects or a cat bite. The cat lilt the boy through the hand about a week ago and n few days ngo the hand bo camo Irritated and swollen. HAMPTON FINE PLACE FOR EXPOSITION VISITORS Resident of the Town Points Out the Many Adv.int.uirs Of It. Editor, Dally press:? l have read with deep Interest and pleasure tlic coinhtunlcntlon of Mr. .lohn I.rake, whlrli you published In tli? Sunday paper. With Interest, heeause as a stranger who has lunl ixpcrlouces he relates them in an on tcrtn'nhig manner, With pleasure ho? me having had the xupcrloucos ho makes them known to the public through your courtesy. In other words, he Ik ii royal "booster'' ami I itdnilro hint for it. lint In spite of his varied experiences In Tidewater, Ihey are nut complete Wo trust Hint Mr. Lenke will round out his know? ledge of this section of Did Virgin a with u visit to Hampton. Then In? deed, his cup of joy will be filled to overflowing, nml he will not have missed the ereum of the situation. Mr. I.eake tells Us of the pleasant wa? ter Irlp across the grand waters of Hampton Roads, lie can get that nl Hampton, lb' speaks of the hospital? ity and good feeling; we can offer that In abundance. Ho speaks of reasonable charges; none lower than those at Hampton, and if he cannot truthfully recommend us in good strong terms, why Wq are vastly mis? taken. Historic Hampton, the scene of three mighty wars, the resting [dace of the honored dead of the very founders of our republic, the cradh of a world power. By all means Mr. Lenke should visit Hampton. In which event wo confidently predict another communication In even more glowing terms than the one you have kindly published. CHARX.ES ,\. .TUNKEN. W. C. WAT KINS, GROCER, MAKES AN ASSIGNMENT West End Merchant Names Mr. Geo. W. Phillips as the Trustees and Has Liabilities of $1.200. Mr. W. G. Watklns. conducting th, [grocery business under the title <>l [the West Knd Qrncory company, ut I the corner of Melrose avenue and Armlstead avenue, yesterday morning filed a deed of assignment with the | clerk of the courts. Mr. Georg- W. I Phillips is named as the trustees nhd| the assignment la made for the bene? fit or Mr. Watklns' creditors. The liabilities are nbout $1,200, whil ? the amount of the assets is not given. The stock of goods Is conveyed to the trustees, who can dispose of It as to| the Ijest possible wa/V for the credi? tors. Among the crdltor; named: The Hank of Hampton, $110; Asltton C. .lones, $ino; Schmelz Brothers, |150;| p. k. Powell, $100; W. W. Howard. $50.70; Old Dominion Tobacco com? pany, $9i; \v. .1. Deutwortb, $20; Par ] its WoodSOn, $:I8: A. H. Porter. $21. 25; George IL Davis, $8; H. B. Walker. 140; T. A. Davis & Son. $:l?; .lones | & Company, $li0; J, W. Howe Celn pany, $23; Armour & Company. $00; Swift A Company. S50; Elgin Bolt or] Company, $29.60; LovL $25. LARGE CROWD AT BUCKROE. Popular Resort Proved a Mecca for People During Warm V<eather. A large crowd was at fluckroe Pench last night to seek the refresh? ing breezes from Chesapeake bay niter the heat of yesterday. The sirowd amused Itself in dancing and I taking In the other places of Interest [around the resort. A parly from Kentucky Is oxpoctcd to come to the Buckroe Beach hotel on Friday for a stay of ten days, dur? ing which the visitors will take In the Jameslown Exposition. Charged Witfh Assault. Charles Kodgers, colored, was ar? rested last night upon the charge of assaulting another negro man. 11di? cer Hope made the arrest. New Officers of Temple Association The stockholders of the Masonic Temple Association in n special ses? sion elected Messrs. L. O. Pulley and B. T. Johnson as directors and Mr. H. II. Klmborley the treasurer. Judge Warner at the Home. Judge Warner, n member of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, Is Visiting friends at the Little Hygla Hotel, In the National Soldiers' dome grounds. Something Else. The Rooster--My! tV* water must |1iave been very rough today. Mrs. Duck?What mikos you hlnk I so? The Rooster?Why, '-'our husband I'took the entire road Coming home.? York Dispatch. Financially Fixed. "I can't expect." said Scribbles, "to I be as successful a poet as De Hiter. I He has wealth on his side." "Nonsense! lie Isn't verv well off." "He isn't? Why, ho bus monov enough lo buy all the postage stamps j he needs/'?Philadelphia Press. Defined. Little Willie?Say, pa_ what Is a I statesman? ^ Pa?A statesman, my son, is a poll jtlcinn who knows n baud wagon when j he sees It.?Chicago News. For Adequacy's Sake. "Yon insist on the old-time Ideas of. n slate of future punishment I" "Yes," answered the embittered | person. "You see. I know no mnnv persons for whom nothing ob.? would be suitable."?Washington Star. Tongue's Tip Sensitive. The tip of the tongue Is the most j sensitive part of the human body; the ? this of the fingers come next, and, 'third, the skin of the Hps. THE ORIENTAL BLIGHT. Baneful Effects of Japanese Labor on California Fruit Industry. Baneful effects or Japanese labor In the fruit growing districts of California wen- Illustrated by the facts set forth lu tin' Bee's news service from Win? ters. Yolo county, n few days ago. Jap? anese uro the chief reliance of the or chardlsta of that locality for picking and packing their crops, Many say they would prefer white labor, but can? not get it when It hi most Heeded, so are obliged to employ Asiatics. it appears that one of the large growers had an offer of $7,000 recently from a Japanese buyer for Ids whole crop, but win unwilling to sell It for less than $12,000, which he considered no more than reasonable. On the day following the owner's Until rejection of the offer his crew of Japanese pickers demanded an Increase of pay from $1.23 to $1.50 a day, which he was obliged to grunt, being at their mercy. The ClreumStnitCCS all Indicated that the pickers were in league with the Japanese buyer to force acceptance ?f his offer. And In a number of In? stances It Is related Hint the Japanese have actually refused to pick the fruit unless their offers of purchase were taken. A general demand for moro wages hi expected from the hundreds of Japanese In the Winters district In consequence of the Increase the or chiirdlst above referred to was obliged to grant. Like tactics were pursued In the Florin berry ami grape district of Pac rnmento county by the Japanese to enable them to become funsters of the situation ttiere. They were first em? ployed In Btitall numbers to pick ber? ries und grapes because of the cheap? ness of their labor, but oh the white glowers became more nnd more de? pendent on the Japanese the latter saw their opportunity and Insisted on more pay. Eventually they combined to force owners to lease berry patches and vineyards through Control of the labor market nnd by demanding ex? cessive wages. The result Is thnt in n district oneo occupied exclusively by white fam? ilies, each tilling n well kept property of from five to twenty ncrcs, the Jap a nose now dominate, growing und shipping nearly all tho berries, to the 'number of hundreds of carloads year? ly, nml also a large proportion of grnpes. Most of the neatly kept homes have given plnce to Japanese shacks, with no regard for appearances, and the district, nu n whole, has suffered greatly from the blight of the orientals. It would l>o much better for Sacra? mento county to grow fewer grupes nnd berries nnd l>o nil white than Japanned In spots, as now. Better one self supporting American home thnn a hundred Aslrttlc shacks.?Sacramen? to Bee Co ? operatives In Great Britain. Thoro were In existence In Grent Britnln In 11XXI 1,000 co operative so? cieties, eighteen fewer thnn in the year ln-fore, nnd the 1,089 societies which have made returns had 2,332, 75-1 members ng'iliiRt 2.250,170 mem? bers In tho 1,000 societies which made returns In the previous year. Tho shares of the societies were valued lit $151,280,045. The sales for 1000 were S-lSfi.(it>S,7S5 nnd the profits $54.870,075. By fur the greater number of the societies nre distributive, nnd of these the retail socle t loa have n turnover ex? ceeding $300.000.1100 annually! making prollts which amount to about $50,000, 000 per annum The wholesale socie? ties have Holes approaching $150,000, 000, but their share capital Is compara? tively small. The productive societies are much less numerous than the dis? tributive, nnd tho figures regarding them us to meihiiershlp, shares, sales nnd profits nil show a decline on the year. Los Angeles' Lahor Temple. The labor unions ?f Los Angeles,' Cnl., nru to have n magnificent labor, templo. The steel framework Is fust assuming sIiiiik?. This steel Is made nt .Toilet, ill.. It iK-Ing Impossible to get union made steel on the coast. The enterprise Is being financed on. the Joint stock plan, nnd the building, which Is to cost about $120,0oo, to gcther with tho site, will Ik? worth easily $200.000. Three yours ago the land was pur? chased for $10,447.47. The building, which Is to Ik? seven stories high and 80 by 125 feet, will contain lodge, club, billiard nnd reading rooms, barber shop, bnths, a large niidltnrlnm for meetings, social events, etc., nnd a room for the storage of tools. Labor Union Homes. Many unions arc coming to recognize tho necessity for homes for their uged nnd disabled members mid nre taking steps to raise funds for such purposo. Colorado, California and Texas seem to l>e tho most popular locations on ac? count of climatic conditions. The Useful Kind. "Oh, my friends, there are some spectacles that a person never for? gets," said an orator, recently, after giving a graphic description of a ter? rible accident ho had witnessed. "I'd like to know whar dey sells 'em,' remarked an old colored man on the outskirts of the crowd.?Cleve? land Pla|n Heuler. Not Her Fault. "Darling, if yon rofa.ro -,e, I don't know what I nm to do." "Well, I'm not to blame for that; you should have learned it trade." Exchange. REALITY. .Inno nnd tin moon Ami Iii?' flowers thai bloom, That Is poetry; nut the critters there be That is reality. ?Detroit Free Pros*. Sounds That Way. The Mother?Isn't th.< L?by grow? ing, dear? Ooilc goosto Is no! We'll make a great man of him. donr? The Father?Well, from the way you talk to the little chap I think ori're trying to mnUo a crir-coriductor out of him!?Yorikors Stnlbsmnii. One Place. Angler?Hang it! Is there a dry spot in this boat where I can strike a match? Doatindri (who has been disappoint il as regards refroshihoht)?Try my thront, sir!? 'Pit-Hits. The Reason Why. "How did yon come here?" snid 10 Mexican bull (o an old acquaint Jance, as they met in the arena. 'How?" replied the other, with a glance around; "I may say I was I roped in."?Baltimore American. [WANTED?YOUNG WOMAN TO ACT as pantry girl. Call at Bttckroc Hcnch Hotel, J. V. Dickfordj Mnh ager. 7 31 3t |FOR SALB?GASOLINE LAUNCH? ES feet long. 7 feet, -I beam, seven horse power engine, canoe hull, tor? pedo stern, standing top, curtains. Garland Tlgnor. 191 West Queen street. Hampton. 7 29 If |P0P SALTS?THREE FRESH MILCH cows. Fay Curtis. Chapel street. Hampton, or "phone 222. FOR SALE?THREE FRESH MILCH cows. Hlckhinri Farm near Hump ton. W. II. Thomas. ' 7 29 :tt| FOR SALE--CHEAP. 1 GOOD SBC brill hhnd, hand-power Freight Bh> vntor. J. i w. ROWE tt).. Inc.. Hampton, Ya. 7 "!' 31 THE ONE-THIRD OFF Sale IN Clothing NOW GOING ON Kirsner's Clothing Store 18 West Queen Street Hampton, Virginia. MAKE MONEY. THAT'S OUR BUSINESS. Great bargains we give Hie buyers Is why wo succeed A square deal to everybody la our motto. Get In with the other thousands and spend your money whero you know you get square deal. One prlco to everybody | and that reasonable. "We handle everything Hint you I need, so Just come In and make your] purchase. Two big stores. 21' West Queen St. Phone 2971 S3 West Queen St. Phone 536 | NEWELL & CO. Inc. HAMPTON, VA. P. S.?Wo Loan our customers money | If they get hard up. FOR SALE?NEW TENT AND FLY 14x2ft. Ten ounce duck, complete) with poles mid pins. Package opened since received from factory. Cost $41.00. Will sell for $:t:i.00. Address It. F. D. Number 1. Hox 70,! Hampton, Va. 7-28-.1t China's Tea Trade Decline. Tho decline of the ten trndo Is view? ed with alarm in China. 9 f WE CLOSE 6 O'CLOCK. EXCEPT SATURDAY. \ a_:_j_;_ _ ? Extraordinary Skirt Re 33 1-3 PER CENT OFF Oni'third less than regular prlco is what you save on aay wash? able skin in the house. They wont hist long at these fglurCR. ! ROWE'S DEPT. STORE ? Hampton. Virginia. RANSONB BROS. 15 Day Shoe Sale! (Shoe Department, 2nd Fix>oh) -BARGAINS IN SHOES! RANSONE BROS. 8 and lO West Queen Street. ?~H By ordering now yon gut ad? vantage of newly mined Coal, just unloaded, as well as lower prices. Good Clean Goal. All Sizes. 2,240 Lus. to the Ton. PROMPT DELIVERY g The Heffelfinger Co., INC. tf O PHONE, No. 23. O 8 Foot of King St. HAMPTON, VA. 9 REAL ESTATE! OLD POINT TIOAD HOME?Nice 0-room dwcllng and large lot; well situated near Normal school. BOULEVARD LOTS?Two very desirable lots; well located oa the Bouleydrd, overlooking Hamilton Bonds. Price $1,800 oacli. LA SALLE AVE. ACBB?Well located; will sell for $C?U. $:i00 cash. balanee monthly. IVY STREET HOME?No. 520 Ivy Street; good dwelling; compara? tively new. with good lot. Price $750. NO. 451 SOUTH STREET?Good five room dwelling and nice lot; will seil on terms of $i5i> cash, balance monthly. FOR REINT 2 Locust St root Dwelling .,. $12.00 Ohl Point Bond . $12.00 Lee Street. $14.00 Holt Street . $12.50 STORES. Queen Street . $25.00 Queen Street . $15.00 Queen Street . . $10.00 King Street . ..,. $ 8 ? The Phillips-Lackey Co. (INCORPORATED). REAL ESTATE, RENTS, LOANS, INSURANCE. 18 E. Queen street. Phone 32. Hampton, Va. ?Phone 13? r IF YOU WANT A SAUCER OF THE MOST DELICIOUS ICE CREAM Come to the Fountain of GARDNER & HUDGINS We served the famous Montauk ('ream ami there js no equnl to It. Our soda Is the best to be found. Then we will accurately rill your prescript'OI13. GARDNER & HUDGINS North King stud. HAMPTON, VA.