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T-~ wish Peop'e Forget Dirferencus ?I Work Fop New Synagogue. I0IIB OF M UNFORTUNATE SPIIT ev. S. Getcn;, a Distinguished Rabbi of Rochester, N. Y., the Means of 8ctt|lntj the Differences, Mr. A. H. Kntz Elected tr*e Secretary. y .'There 1? Rreat rejoicing among ih' Jowls!] people of Hampton ever the nappy settlement et n difference, hy ;Whloh Uto two Jewish congregations havo at last decided to unite and work j toRothor. v. Sometlmo ago a dispute arose by which a new congregation wan formed I and since that ttmo tho two faction!: havo hold rellgloun oxcrclsus separ tttbly. Bundny Rov. 8. Oetonz, a well known rabbi of Rochenter, N. Y., came l.liero and during tho day ndresi?ed a 'joint mooting of the two congrogn-\ tibns, Rabbi Oetonz besought hl> hr-nrero to do away with any factional ( t'eoltng and to unite. Mr. Oetonz told his hearers that the neccmiliy of two congregations In a amnll town war out of tho question and through h's S oloquenco won- the conlldence of all. ?When the voto was taken It was found tllo differences had been cemented and 1hnt In tho futuro thero Is to b? but one congregation and this eongrrga tlou will begin Immediately to have tho new synngoguo In Locust street constructed. Rev. B; Goldman, a local rabbi, was recognised and In a rlng'ng speech ol iere;l hla ncrvicoa free to the congre f.ntlon until tho now synagogue Is finished anil the congregation h? ?noloctod n permanent rabbi, lie will l>o th.o official oehockct here. Mesnri: I. Klrnncr and Wiv'd Lear were elected membern of the general betiding committee. Mr. A. H. Kntss was elected tie r.ooretary to fill out the unoxplivd term of Mr. Tkvvld Schwartz, who of? fered hla reslguutlon. During the services Mr. .bwenh "^Tjold, the president of the congrrga ^ti?fi' delivered nn exteremoly interest lag :i:'''roga In which he oxprossed the B?llgb.t of himself nnd others over tli h'ej.y ending of what lind been a ; nioBt wnfortuntito and unpleasant oc cvrrenco in the Jewish circles. ? SpOQChea of a pleasing order were then mndo by Messrs. Hurwltz. Tuoli '. aehorer, Cooper, gnuudcrs and othois. THE SECOND DEOATI.. ; Resolved?-"That Abolition of Liquor Saloons .Would bo Good Thing." ffi Friday evening. February 21, lias been selected an the date for the sec? ond debase of the Young Men's Chris? tian Association lX?batlng Society, subject to t"0 discussed will be: "Ite rolvod?That the Abolition of the Ll-I rjuor Salcop Would Ho a Good Thing for the United States.* * Messrs. W. E, Carwylo nnd Jacob Ferguson will] represent tho aillnnativo sldo of the| question, while Mesi-tit. tl---l.-.e M Klllson and Robert Cunningham will take caro of Uio negative. Basketball Tonight. , The Yovng Men's Chrlr'ian Asso? ciation baBkctball tonmi will meet to. night for a doublo header In the tou" ?Srtent. Tho Whiles will play the f l - i nnd H"" Rods will attempt lo defeat tho Golds. 3s In Malta brenn l.i largely made of tbran and unbolted wheat Hour mixed ffiran sellers, therefore, go from house to house, like other tradespeople who rj'sell food or fuel. They carry the bran in nn enormous sack balanced on the .head, while tho measure la carried in tho hand. fr&hkel& ebsenman --? OFFER a^.'???--ON ALL--? Suits Overcoats or Raincoats. It means big Money Saving to you. Frankel ? ^i/enman 'aa VJ. QUEEN STREBT, The Kecouehlnn Literary circle will mcot with Mrs. i>. 11. Worthlngton, wife of Dr. Worthington, In Boutli King street this aftt rnoon. R Will bo n study meeting. Mrs. Albeit Sthal, of Washington Is the Klient of Mrs. .1. Wllt?n Hope. In North King Street. Mr. Samuel Horden dimming left last evening for Richmond, where he ,'wlll look Into legislation pertaining to the oyster business. The Old Dominion Chapter, Daugh? ters of the Con?fdcmcy, will meet with Mrs. A Hni: D Hall In N'oxlh Klin; street, nil., attcrhoon Ul ) 3j> o'clock. ' Mr Thomas ltbieUmore. a student nt Wltllim aad Mary College. Is spending a tew days with Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge W. lllnckuiorc In the West Und. HAMPTON TOWN COUNCIL FAVORS THE PIL01 DILI Vote Was Taken at a Special Session of the Town Fflthtr? Yeato day The Hampton town council In spe- j c!nl tVBflon yesterday nftcrnoon, mi nnhnotialy adopted ? resolution en? dorsing the hill now heiore the Vir? ginia lcg|slaluro relative to pilotage charge:). When the mOOBltrc was taken up ^Councilman Spratloy >?ppnsod any action on the bill, claiming that tin oouncll was v..ting for something Ilm members hid never read. The bill Wits no!, befo 0 the council and there foro Mr. Siirilley Bald he opposed ? vote oil the matter. When the vote win, taken all of Hie members except Mr. Spratloy voted for It ami when tho result was an ItoUUCUd Mr. Spr.itley said he would Change his vote and eist it m favor f lb.' p lolage bill merely to have 'ho uuanlmous vote recorded. Just What the nature of tho bill the council voted Is fo . no one in the council Bccwod to fully nude'stand, but the councllmeu are frlohds of the Virginia Pilots' Association and they voro willing to go on record favoring my mensuro of Interest to the tisso clation. ,. l?Kg(jOD PEOPLE OF THE DAY Career of Financier Heinre. V. Augustus Hiinre. the one time copper magnate, who was recently In dieted by a f?deral griiud jury in New Verb for orerccrtiilcutlon of checks, has had a remarkable career. He wn* bom In Hrooklyn about forty years ,!go nnd graduated with honors from tho Columbia School of Mlnca. Ills reputation its a mining man was made tn the llutie camp In Montana, where ne look bold of the Minnie Iicnly mine .ifler It bad licen nbnniloned by Maren-. Daly and found renewed copper riches In It nt depth, ills strength increased In the COUlp uutil ho was the only rival of the Amalgamated Interests, which bo fought for years. Tho liti? gation attracted attention all over the country because of the wholesale charges of corruption brought by both sides. The copper war was settled in 1905. At thiil tiino Heiuzo was rated a twenty time millionaire. Returning to New York a couple of years ngo, be bought control of tho .Mercantile Nntlonnl bunk ami became Its president. Last October be was forced on, of the presidency of that Institution In the houseeleanlng under? taken by the clearing house to stem the fimiurlai (lurry. Disgusted Wife-Say, nlggah, elier Bcneo Ah married yo' yo's dun nuilin' 'eept sit round de house. Donn' yo' ober feel cnuy nmblshion? l.nzy Husband-Ah feels nmbUblou w'en Ah's clttin' round hyah. honey, but Jc3* 's soon 's Ah st/ihta ter wolt A'a gits discouraged.?Judge. Afternoon. r. AvotsrcH ur.iszE. ^1 f J^Jt"l,C3 (0 PRESENT CHARGES aiackstone Invastlgatlon to ttiract pig Delegation lo Richmond Today. [fflCH PF0M1KENT IN ALL WALKS Hearing Will be Had Beforo the General Assembly's Committee on Courts of Justice?Believe Invest! tjatlon Will he Ordered. I. a delegation or between so and 76 I it the prominent men Of Hamilton will go .to Richmond ort the <ar!y rain this morning lo attend the hear jllif; of the proposed Investigation of Judge John W. U. BlaCrlUtOIlM before tho committee on courts of Justice of the general assembly. It Ik oxpected that unite a number of the gentlemen will appear before 'he committee as winesscs against ludgo OlackslOnO and those asklnf Tor tho Investigation tool that the couinUttoe will grant the request ..lust what line of procedure will be follow, d by I ho men Interested In the rrmoval of Judge Ulackatono has not Ween announced and It will likely no' be i.nown fully until Iho committee reaches- Richmond today. , Mr. Wyndhatn Meredith, the Rich? mond attorney, will represent the lo? cal committee and the names of sev? eral local attorney? are associated with the case. However lust ntgni no one In authority would divulge in' names of the local lawyers, who will assist Mr. Meredith. It Is known thai two of the attorneys will br used ?is Im ports ul witncssm to substnnln la the claims made by the commute thai Judge Blaekatono is Incompe? tent at this time. WILL ATTEND MASONIC GRAND LODGE MEETINC Quite a Number of the Local Masonr Will go to Richmond Today for the Annual Gathering. Quito a number of prominent loeir Imembers of the Masonic fraternity will ro to Richmond today to be [ire 'eat at the annual communication o: Ih? Virginia Grand lodge this even? ing. From St. Tammany Lodge, No, 5 will Ko Messrs. B. W. Norrltf, Claud L. Crockett. Rudy Hyatt, John C Robinson, und W. W. Richardson while Monroe Lodge in Phoebus wil be represented by Messrs. I- 1'. Fur neaa, W. II. Tower and C. IV Wagon? er. Other:.- will ro simply to be preseir at the sessions of the grand lodge TEACHERS MEET. Tho County Teachers' Association at Phoebus Graded School. T'jo members of the County Teach? ers' Association met in the Phoebui Qraded schodl last Friday afternoon whom a very Instructive and profit? able program war. rendered. The sub? ject -fo.- discussion wns "Tralntni Children How to Study." The subjee was very ably discussed under tin following topics: I'rlnt-ry department-?Miss .1. II Bryan of Phoebus Graded school, -it) and fith grades; Miss Audrey Brit tlugham. West Bud academy, depart mental grades; MIes Melllo Peek S.'-ur- Eaton academy High school Mr. John 11, Bowen, West Bud ac.:i demy. After ibeso lectures the subject wa? Ihrowu open to general discussion it which Mlseca Wilsclo, Winder and Ivy took jrart. The next meeting will Tie held a< Syms-Taton academy ou Friday March fi. Tho topic for ulscusslon wil be "Comparison Between Qur.Course o' Study and That Recently Issued by the Department of Education.'' It wil be the object or this meeting to dis? cuss tho strong and weak points ol each. The various criticisms pro and con will be forwarded to tho departmen <>f education at their headquarters if Richmond. An effort is being made to got BOOM distinguished edue.itor lo address tin body at some near mivtin.V.i Glsorls body at some meeting in the near fit tore. [ KITCHEN HELPS. By cutlluit onion-:, turnips und car rots across Iho. hl er it makes theu more tender when cooked: Salt should never be added to ou. tlishei containing milk until it ha co6keil. Suit curdles raw milk. After boiling licet root.-i they shout be thrown Immediately on leaving th pun into a bowl of cold water. Thl facilitates the removal of tho skin o the beet root. A dainty for serving with nfternoo ten Is made from whole wheat bread Hinter tho loaf, cut off the slices, the cut Into strips about an Inch widi Cover each piece with incited CllOCt late and sprinkle with fljnely choppe nuts. Put aside for on hour or so t harden. FORMER REPLIES 10IHE PRE31DE? (Continued from Pnge Ourl in a letter Which Mr. Douglas Imme dlatoly sent lo Mr. Bryson, saying: "The President bluntly told mo the. 1 woul.i ha-yo to recommend nuothci man." Mr. Douglas suhl that h<. vrgcd (ho President to reconsider >mt he war, insistent. Mr. POniker said ho "Id hot wan to comment upon the cOrfcspondcuct b youd showing the pressure that hau '>;-"n brought to bear on one man Who bad expressed his personal vb - on i matter oq which ho had a rlgln lo express thcinj "to coerce him" u' Mio President had said In his letter. Mr. Bryson then Sent a letter t? Mr. Douglas, said M'. Fora k er, Ii Which he wild that In his Interview hi ::n,l said that Taft was losing an. Forakor gaining In Ohio, and tha. Paft, If uotntnatcd, would not carr; the state. f Mr. Bryson reiterated this and de hired tint It whs Iit.c. tie said that ii> bad always oecn In favor of th< President's policies and thai nothini .had over appenred In bis paper It : ?pposltion to the aUininisttatiou. lb reviewed some of the things he had I irliilcd, however, Including the state :nent that the President would b om pel led to take onother uomliui '.Ion, because with Taft a candidate 'he labor, capital and negro vot, vould be eliminated from 'he partj Me asserted tbnt. the President t itntcment <-f his (Bryseh's) aetivl ? lea, as represented to Mr. Dougtaf ver? entirely wong t.id lu conclu ? Ion Mr. Kryson said: Liked Rootcvclt, But Not Taft. "I favor the President, but not hit andld.V.e and 1 shall not uo long at t think' Mr. flrynn can beat him at :he polls." The h-tter contained a declaration ?f political Independence so far a' repressing preference for candidate' is concerned and Mr H yson announc 1 that while be would like to con mi,, in the office he would not d< o by the sacrifice of his Indepopd nce and iho President should glv' 'he oOlce to some one who w-ns will ':ig to carry out his personal wlshet n all mattem. Senator Fcrnkor said that ho sup lOSed Mr. Douglia had laid the Ici? er before the President, and that the "resident decided to send in the lominatlon. Mr. Fo'ukcr gave the 'resident entire credit for seeing the | ustice of such a course. Mr. ForAkcr asserted Hint be could 1 stablish to the entire satisfaction of my unbiased mind that there ure ? hundred such cases In Ohio. Hr aid that estimate was no oxaggora Ion, although the President's hand 'OUUl not bo traced to all of them. He said they had been engineered '>v men who represented the Pres? lent. No reply was made to Mr. Forak I ir'a remarks. Enjoyable Vaudeville Feature. Two clover and enjoyable vaudo llle features were Introduced durlap he moving picture show at the Pyth au Castle last night. "Tho Real luster Brown In Buster's Durglor, coined to furnish lots of amusemen 'or the audience, and more cspeclil* v for the children. The other feu? ere of the bill waH character itanc by "Baby Kdlth." Tho vavde Ule features will be coutluued every ht this week. Councilman Morris Better. Mr. William 0. Morris, a member f the Phoebus town council, who has 'ren verry 111 wiih the grl|i for the 'ast week In bis residence in Mellen ?trocl. was said to Ik> very much im ?roved yesterday, Smithfield Hams Fine old ones a:> good meat as ever left Brnlthfjeld, 25c lb. New Orleans Molasses A Very Fancy Article, 60c. ual. Hawaiian Pine? apple Packed In the can on tho plantation where, grown. Some? thing Strictly Fine. Richardson & Bush PURE FOOD STORE. Nclghborhocd Favorite. Mr*. K. D. Charta!, <>f Harbor, talno, speaking of Electric Bitters, ays. "It is a neighborhood favorite lero with es." It deserves to bo it avorltn overywhere. It. gives quick! el let In dyspepsia, liver complaint. Idney derangement, malnutrition, te.-vousni ss\ weakness and general leb'.llty. Its net ion on the blood, as a borough purifier makes It especially sifuj as a spring medicine. This rand alterative tonic is sold undoi (Uarantee at all druggists. Doc. Take your prescription to Hull's lilt Htttn Drug Store. I2-29-tf| FOR RENT. or RENT 10 room RESIDENCE I on Victoria Avenue, Hampton. Com? paratively new and modern, La"ge lot. Apply to nv !?:. LAWS?N, Hamp? ton; Vn. 1-11 ti. LOST. .ost?a conn locket, plain Oil one side and Initials "\V. J. a. C." engraved on tho other. .Minia? ture photograph of lady on Inside Liberal reward If returned to \v. J.l a. CI'.mminus Insurance ofll'co. I Elast Queen street Hamilton. Va. It. jOST?BETWEEN DEC. :'. 1007 and] dnte. a package containing n small i miniature, painted on porcelain, with ] black frame; also heavy gold seal j ring and a few pieces of Jewelry. a j reward of $00.00 will he paid for the' return of the miniature and ring to1 william H. SC?yiLLE, s-cre- j tary Hampton Institute, and no: questions asked. 2-8-61.! .OST?IN' ST. JOHNS CHURCH OR] between there and Locust street, onyx pin with pearls. Roturn to, 228 Nrwport Newr, Ave., Hamilton ] and rocclVo reward. Z-'-V., FOR SALE. ?'Oil SALE?OLD ESTABLISHED saloon and grocery business. Cor? ner site and good paying business. Ill health tho cause of selling. .Ap? ply to J. W. BENT HALL, :ii>l North King St.. Hampton. 2-8-Ct. X>R SALE?CHEAP TO QUICK purchaser, lot in Newport News Avenue, near Memorial Baptist church. Apply to LOCK BOK 43, Hnmnton. Va. 2-7-Sw. Notice! Notice! Notice! I Trustee's Sale of Valu? able Stock of Goods. The undersigned Trustee under a eed of assignment from C. L "ROCICETT & CO.. executed on the 7th day of January. 1908, will on Saturday, tho 16Ui day*of February. 90S, receive bids for tho entiro s-tocK ,f goods, wares ami merchandise, ln ludlng the llxtures, show-cases and ither paraphernalia, located In the tore-house on Clin en street, in the own of Hampton. Virginia, formerly ?coupled by C. L. Crockett & Co. Tho said Ktocv of gooda consist* of <oots. shoes, rubber shoes, umbrellas nen's sweaters, men's fancy verrts, nen's underwear, men's phlrts. neek veax, socks, collars, cuff:,-, hats, va? Ises nml hnfrs; the same being the took usually carried in an up lo date tad thoroughly equipped gent's fur llturo store. Sealed l.'ioV obl.V on (be entire took of goods and fixtures will be ?ecclved by the Trustee; such bids o be bane<i v.pon a percentage basis ?.t the inventory price of the. stock. \ certlflevl check must accompany ?ach bid. made payable to the trustee, or a suni not less than $100. THUMS >f stale CASH, and immediate delivery o tho purchaser. Responsible- parties lesiring to inspect the stock may do t> and all Information desire,) can be ibtalned from the trustee. 'Tho right s reserved by tho trustee to reject iny or all bids, chocks accompany* ; bids rejected will be returned. All itds will bo opened promptly at 12 /clock noon, Saturday. February 15th, 190S. February 3rd, 1908. B. A. LEWIS. Trustee, ilank of Hampton Building, Hani pi Iton, Va. 2-4-(i-S-9. You are invited to wltneto the EXHIBITION OF BREAD made from the celebrated Clover Loaf Flour at the store of the RICHARDSON ft BUSH CO. Incorporated. Wednesday, February 12, 1902. We want every lady in Hampton ami this vicinity to seo the display nnd realise the superior qualities cohtaii^d in "CLOVER LEAF" Flour. Tho exhibition will do yon gnod and your presence will be apprecia? ted by ua. THE QUEEN STREET SUPPLY CO. Local Agent. D POINT Sheer White Waistiitgs All in iic.v au?| original conceptions. Tiny Stripes and neat Plaid effects to tin- more elaborate styles. 15c and more per yard. 3 Hampton, Virginia. _ a ?9v All Colors, Stripes, Plaid, Plain Voiles from 25c yard to $1.50. Ransonc Bros, 8 and 10 West Queen Street For Rent. VIRGINIA HOTEL, 2:'. rooms, modern conveniences. omce ami dining moiu on Drat floor, Well located on Queen St.. cen? tral part of town. HOCLEVARD HOME? 7 room dwelling with 15 acres land attach-:, ed, per year, $150.00. FOR RENT?DWELLINGS all parts of Hampton, from ?7.00 per month to $50.00. For Sale. TRUCK FARM?25 acres, 5 room dwelling, well located In high state of cultivation, price $2,500.00. The PHILLIPS-LACKEY Real Estate Brokers. 18 K. Queen Street. I* HENRY L. 8CHMEL2, FRANK W. DARLING, President. VicePre*ld?nt. 1 EMlg.WBMiffl'U awuwigeBa5*as.ii33i The Bank of Ha u Hampton, Virginia. 18 THE OLDEST AND LARGEST IN EITHER HAMPTON OR NEWPORT NEWS, Capital, .... $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, . - 125,000.00 DEPOSITS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS. The only designated dopoilLary In tho State of Virginia to Eastern Virginia. We mako loans on Real Estate?NOT PROHIBITED ?as are tho National Banks. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. Nelson S* Groom?, - Cashier I ?iim.nriJl.mil uuiun^y^ !F YOU WAWT THE BEST AT THE SMALLEST COST POSSIBLE Go To "r": . BURGES' MILLINERY STORE Under AugriHta Hotel. The Reduction Sale Continues. "THERE IS A REASON WHY" That It Is so easy to soil the Ferterllzcr that we handle, becai Crop Hampton, Virginia.