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jfcTO SURVEY FAILS!
Defeated In House By 1 fold o! TMrltliVB to Ihirtyfour. PBBBA81Y ENDS FIBBT FOR PRESENT ?fvejjlstcred BUI Was Designed to 'Straighten Oyster Ground Lines Aionjj Shore of Warwick County on j - James River?Accomac and Glou? cester fVrCn Made Winning Fight. A special dispatch from Richmond to The Dally Press last night said: "Tho only fight launched today wati when tho hill to straighten tho line of the James river along Warwick county, and thus take 2,000 acres] front tho Bnylor survey was called ] ,up." '''In' measure was defeated by vote Of 05 lo 34. and John R. Rew. or | Aocnmue, nnd .T. N. Stublu, of (lion Oester, who have rought tho hill throughout tho session, were respon? sible ,for tho result." Till? probably menus that till chance or breaking the Baylor survey i during this sosHlon or the legislature 18 at an end, although the close vote! Indicates that the strength of thoso| w-ho have been opposing tho move thont for years Is weakening. The lo? cal Chamber of Commerce Is on rec? ord as favoring a change In tho sur? vey so as to straighten out Ihe lines. It Is claimed that the lines are sol crooked now that It Is almost im- ' possible for the oyster police boats j to opcrato successfully against the pirates. ALLEGED CRAP GAMES RAIDED BY POLICEMEN Pl*ce Over Re-isticld's Saloon and One on Twenty-fourth Street Unex? pectedly Visited. Two alleged gambling joints In Rocket t.; were raided last night by Patrolman A. A. Pndgctt nnd ICdward Parish. The. first place visited was over A1. Relsflold's saloon, Jefferson n/venue nnd Twenty-llrst street. Six negroes were found In the place and it it- alleged that they were engaged 1st u% game of crops. The negroes were. C'ury Moore, J. II. Colemnn, Ham Leonard, Rnstus Moore. Thomas Crnwrord and Nonh Davis. The second Joint raided was on Twenty-fourth street between Joffor sOn and Mndlson avenues, and It In alleged that a 'Vkin game" was in progress there. This game Is play? ed with cards and Is nol unlike stud ppkor. -Four negroes, John Tabh, I. A. 'Knight. Clifford Cray and John Jackson, were found In the place They were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct. All of these men were balled by Jmnlcea Christian and Oloniments. Tho police are determined to break up the alleged gambling in Rockctts nnd tho raids, will continue. No Use to Die. "I have found out that there Is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Ilr. King's New Discov? ery." says Mrs. J. P. White, ,? nnsb boro, P?. "I would not bo alive to? day only for that, wondorful medi? cine. It lotviis up a cough quicker than anything else, and cures lung disease even after Ihe case Is pro? nounced hopeless." This' most relia? ble remedy for coughs and colds, la grlppo, asthma, bronchitisanu hoarse? ness, is sold under gurantee at all j druggist;!. 50c and $1.00. Trial kot it? free. New Sailor Ties and Pumps FOR SPRING rlntlor tics In Tan and Patent Kid with one, two and three , eyes, hand welt and hand turn? ed soles. Pumps' with leather and silk bowd or nut.il buckelt?, In Tan, Cair, Paleul Kid and Dull Calf. WE FIT FEET. EISEN MAN'S SHOE PALACE 2600 Wellington Avenue. n to I to Special Bargains] -?; 1 N -? JEAL Estate SEE POWELL TRUST CO. | ?V Per Cent. Pa/d on Deposits. 2711 Washington Ave. to Social-Personal Mrs. I'.itic it. Clark announces the engagement of hdr ulster, Miss Julia Underwood Whliloy. to Mr. IS, M-. Cftb luoss, ?f Danville. The wedding will lake place al St. Paul's Episcopal ohurch. In Jiihe, Milss Whltlcy, who lias lived here the greater part of her life, lias always boon prominent In church and social elides, and has ft wide circle of friends. Mr. Cahl ness was manager of tho American Tobacco Company's branch here until tho branch wns abolished; then ho was transferred io Danville. Ho made I many friends while here. Mrs. U 11. Mamille Is the guest ot Mr. and Mra. Calvin U. Orcutt. at Elizabeth, uN. J. [Mr. 3, A. Willott and daughter. Miss Allono, are visiting Mrs. Wlllctt's mother. Mrs. Wiley, at North Gran vllle, N. Y. Mrs. J. II. Erahn ?a,nd children are visiting relatives In Middlesex county. ?Miss i,.ii en i Caron ot .Washington, D. C., Is visiting her cousins, the Miss, es Wltllatnmsoii, on Huntington ave? nue. Miss Virginia linker, of Hlchmoml, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. EX H. Young, in Hast End, Miss Mlldron Robertson has return? ed hoine after spending several weeks with relatives In West Virginia. Mtfss lialtle Weaver will leave to? day for Washington to study vocal mu? sic. M,rs. I* llruco Reynolds left lust night for a visit to Rluclleld, W. Vu. MJ^h tiraee Coleman lias returnrd home from a ylslt of scveml weeks to llaltlmore. Miss ?mlly Qrayd?n his returned from Nelson county, where she spent several weeks with relatives. Miss Cecelia Fleming, of Scrnntoii, Pn? Is visiting her .cousins, tho Misses Fleming, on Thirty-Ural street. A very enjoyable musical was gtvell I at the home of Mrs. Klhert Nexren, 1"ii Iluniinglmi .?ivcnue. Thursday night for the hcnnflt. of the Virginia Mariners' Friends Soclcly. A large crowd attended and the Ladles' Guild realised about $:.'?; from the affair. Magrud-t Camp. : Magriider Camp will meet at the , city hall tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. I Addresses will be made by First Lieutenant Commander 0. II. Gibson land Second Lieutenant Commander W. P. Hallaid. Vagrancy Charged. It. M. Ilaker. a middle aged man who gives 12." Thirly-secoml street as his address, was arrei.ded at Washing j ton avenue nnd Twenty-fifth street last night by Patrolman Shelton on tile charge of vagrancy. He was locked up to await a hearing In the polloe court tomorrow morning. The entertainment at Chestnut Ave mm Methodist Church Tuesday even? ing will Interest von. It. -?i??? Auction. At the Hales Jewelry Co., auction II. T. Stapleford, auctioneer. Tuesday ir.omlng, commencing at 9 o'clock I.50Q scaled boxes ".ill lie :.>!d ot 25o each. The value of those boxer range from 00c to $10. and Contain Cut Ola-.i. Silverware, Jewelry, etc.. and ono good watch. Pick your box at 2ic. It. Installation o( Deacons at First! Prasbylerian cnurcn. ! BISHOP RANDOLPH AT ST. PAUL'S Large Class to be Confirmed?Pro cram for Lenten Observances?Vis? iting Ministers In City?Subjects Announced by PastorB, Bishop At St. Paul's lit. Rov. A. M. Raudolph, bishop of Ilm dloccso of Southern Virginia, will preach at St. Paul's Episcopal church this morning, and after the service lib will coilflrm a large class. This evening the roGlor, Ilev. A. <j. Sykes, 1). 1)., will preach. St. Paul's Lenten Services. The loilolwng progrnm for Lentou , services at St. Paul's Episcopal church has been announced: 'Sundays. 7::i0, U a. m.. 7:30 p. m. Tuesdays. 4 p. in.: Wednesdays, | p, in.: Thursdays. J'.?O p. m. The rector may he seen immediate? ly niter any of these hervlces, and Friday night? will be in the study to meet any who may desire to see hlni. The Holy Commnunion. The first Sunday of each month 7:30 a. m., II a. m. Other Sundays, 7:30 a. in. Annunciation lt. V. M.. 10:30 a. m. Holy Week, dully, except Friday, 7:?10 n. in. Mnundy Thursday, 7:!10 a. in. Master IM}', 7:30, 11 a. in. Holy Week. Monday. 7:30 a. in., 7::: Op. in. Tuesday. 7:30 a. in., 7:30 p. in. Wednesday, 7:30 a. in., 7:30 p. in. Thusday (Maundy) 7:30 a. in.. 7:30 IV m. Cood Friday, 1'-' in. lo 3 p. in. Commemoration of the Three Hours Agony of Our Most Holy lledeemcr L'pou the Cross! Easter Day. The Holy Communion. 7:30. II a. 111. Morning prayer, iinte-Coinmuulou sermon, 11 a. in. "Tho Sunday school fest Iva! i p. in. Choral service, 7:30 p. m. Especially Interesting services will be hold at tho First Presbyterian church today. At 11 o'clock this morning the six new deacons, elected by the congregation lnst Wednesday night, will ho ordained and Installed. This service will be conducted Ly the pastor, Ilev. B, T. Wellford, as? sisted hy the session of tho church, consisting of Messrs. .1. A. Wllh'tt J. W. Ayler, W. B. Thomas, DoWItt Crane, J. E. Wnrron, Q. T. Keller. W. J. Hughes, B. .!. Patton. A. Shank land and .1. W. Me.N'alr. Tho deacons to he ordained are: .1. T. Roud, Alex. Wills, .las. Scrlmgeour. O. 11. McAiplne, |t. H. Bberly and P. s. Qrlorson. This Is a life offico In the Presbyterian church, and ihe ser? vice Is one of most solemnity and Im presslvenoss. The usual services will also be held nt 7:30. The pastor will preach upon the practical subject of "Temptation and how lo overcome them" and there will be Sunday school at 9:30 a. in, and Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Calvary Baptist. Rev. R. P.. Sanf?rd will preach at Calvary Baptist church this morning nt 11 o'clock and this evening nt 7:30 o'clock. There will bo Sunday school at 0:30 o'clock this morning. Grace Methodist. There will be regular services at Grace Mel hod 1st church this morning* at It o'clock and this evening at 7.30 o'clock, preaching at both hours by the pnstor. Rev. II. W. Dunkloy. The pastor will meet the Urotherhoud j Bible class at 10 a. in. Church of Christ. Rev. D. 3. Henkel, the pastor, will preach al the Twenty-fourth Street Christian church this morning at 11 o'clock. The Relief Association will be led al 3 o'clock by Mr. (j. W. Blick. There will be a special report of the committee, on organization at a meet? ing of the Young People's Society al 7 o'clock tonight. Rev. William Hurlclgh will preach at the regular evening service at 7:15 o'clock. Hampton Roads Christian Un:on Rev. E, T. Well.'ord will preach at the Union Chapel, on Poplar avenue. I this afternoon at 1:15 o'clock. There will be Sunday .-.ohool at 3 o'clock, and evening services at 7:30 o'eloclfH Rivervlev/ Baptist. IteV. W. 1!. KCOfO, I he pastor, will1 preach at the Rlvcrvlow Rapt If. church this evening al 7 MS o'clock on the sulij'd, " The Backslider," There will be Sunday school at U:30 o'clock. Nev/port News Baptist. Roy. U. II. Pitt. 1). n.. of Richmond, will preach at the Newport News Rap list church this morning und evening al Ihe regular hours. Thorn will be tpeclai music in the evening by Mrs. Mnrstoa and the male quartet. Trinity Mctboaist. M Trinity Methodist church today th<- pastor. Rev. W. Asbury Christian, will preach on the following subjects 11 a. m.. "The Joy of Sulvallon:" 7:30 p. in , "What Is Life? Ask the Hear!." First Presbyterian. lt>:gu!ar services will he conducted at tho First rrosbylorlan church to day, preaching at both hours by tho pastor, Hov. B. T. Wollford. su Vincent's Catholic. Services will he held ut St. Vln- ' cent's Catholic church today as fol? lows : First mats at 8 o'clock; sec? ond mass at lt):::o a. m., l.vncdlctlon of ihe blessed sacrament at 4 o'clock. Thirtieth Street Christian. Wcv. W. It. Motley pastor of the] Thirtieth Street Christian church, will preach today on the following sub? jects: 11 n. m., "The Church Fa? mily;" 1:30 p. m? "What Love Re quires." There will bn special iniidc In the evening. Miss Bedford and Alt', Van ftyn being the soloist. Baptist Tabernacle. Rev. W. C. Snle. pastor of the Rnp llsj Tabernacle, announces Ihe follow? ing s-tibjcets for today: II a. in. Turning Many to Righteousness:" 7:.10 p. in.. "Escape for Thy Lire." Second PhesbyteHan. The pastor, Rev. V. It. Hondorllto, will preach al the Second 1'reshyter-; Ian church UllB morning at II O'clock' and this evening at 7 :;n o'clock. The Brotherhood will meet at I o'clock this afternoon. Chestnut Avenue Methodist. Rev. .1. .T. Bradley, the pastor, will preach at the Chestnut Avenue Metho? dist church this morning on the sub? ject, "The Purchased Cup." This (?venlng at 7:^0 o'clock his subject will he "The Hoppled Young Man." The pastor will preach at tin- Cot ton I wood Avenue mission, at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Second Bapt'st. Rev. ti. c. Duncan, of Lcsksvlllc. N. C., will occupy the pulpit of the Sec? ond Baptist church this morning and evening at the usual hours. A. H. FROMENS0N WILL ADDRESS MASS MEETING Prominent Jewish-Englishman Work lug In Interest of the Zionist Movement, .Mr. a. ii. Fronfenson, the well known Jewish-English journalist and former secretary of the Independent Order B'N'al R'RIth. district No. 1. will addre.is n mass meeting at lue Y. M It. A. hail, 227 Twenty-eighth street this- afternoon at I! o'clock. Mr. FTO meiison is a grand officer of the Fed? eration of American Zionists, and be la making 11 ,our ,,f ? country In the interest of the Zionist movement. "Tin- Present and the Future of the Jewish People" will he the speaker' subject, and the address promises t he both Interesting and instructive. SAYS SHE HAD NO MONEY. Mrs, Baker's Father Offers Excuse fo Her Failure to Return. Mr. (i. w. Rurchor, who furnished a bond of ?:t0(i Tor tho apparonco of Mrs. Nannie II. Baker to answer to the charge of Infanticide, has received a letter from the woman's father, in which It Is staled that the woman did not return to this city for I rial be? cause BhC had no money with which to pay railroad fare. Mr. Baker says that his daughter intends to re? turn as soon as she can raise the nec? essary money. The father gives an explanation for Hie actiuns <>f Mrs. Baker's father-in law, who lias been keeping the police Informed as lo the woman's move? ments. Byrd Bays that ho sorved on n Jury some jear.t ago which convict? ed Baker of killing an Indian, and i that since that time Bilker has been his bitter enemy. Wnrrants for (Mrs. Baker have been sent to several places In North Ca 10 Una. and It Is probable that she will he rearrcstcd within the next few days; IN FISTIC ENCOUNTER. Young Men Mixed In Lively Fashion, But Wire Interrupted. Molvln Morris, a young man living at. 520 Thirty-second street, and Frank C. McOoe, of 3S05 Huntington avenue, engaged In a fistic encounter at Washington avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about 9:S? o'clock last night. I A large crowd of people quickly gath? ered on tin- scene, but no effort was made to stop the encounter until Pa-" tfolman Intimer arrived and placed both of the young men under nrrost. .\IrGce apparently had all the belter of the frav. blacking Morris' eye and bruising his fan;. Tlie prisoners were balled by Jus? tice T. .1. Christian for their appear euro In the police court tomorrow. They were charged with disorderly conduct. HE IS NOT ^CANDIDATE. 'Judrt Barham Does Not Seek the Circuit Court Bench. Judge T. .1. Barham. of the Corpora? tion Court, who has Just returned home after sitiinj? In the Accomae county Circuit Court tor Judge Black stone, expressed surprise yesterday whe? 1,,. learned Unit his name had been mentioned in connection with n nttnjl'qr or candidate.- for the vacnnev which may be created by the removal of Judge Blackstone. Tho Judge said lie certainly was not n candidate, and had not authorized the use of his name. The Corporation Court February term ontled yesterday, and the March tprm begins tomorrow. Mrs. Samuel Nlecler fMlaa Kale Htcsmoro Puller), assisted by Miss P.rcsf-ey. Mrs. Fetmo Heath and son. Mr. Steve Johnson and MIim Tarter, will >rivc n delightful entertainment nt Chestnut Avenue Methodist Church on Tuesday. March io. R:1."> jf. m. Ad mIi,dlon 2Gc Children 16c. _ U WATT, DOXEY & WATT. THE BUSY STORE. WATT, DOXEY & WATT. Pongee Silks u rough, uneven wenvc, will bo a leader during tbe coming season. The new colors are ready for your Inspection, pure Silk. 27-luch, 75c Satin Foulard Silks lu tlw new and popular Blindes for spring; beautiful Scroll and Dot? ted effects. 23-Inch, 35c Black Taffeta Silk In weight and quality suitable lor every purpose: an attractive bar? gain, for a short time only, 32 luch, 75c Black Voile One of ihe most wanted weavi for a stylish suit. 41-Inch! 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 Thomson's Glove Filling Corsets Trim ami dainty models. With style In every line: strong and durable, garters attached. 69c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 Glove Specials Ladies' 16-bullOU length, glace kid Cloves In all the popular shades; a rare opportunity to se? cure a bargain; regular price $3.Go. Special price, $2.95 Fancy Voile Silk and Wool mixed; fancy Blrlpcs ami Chocks, 12-Inch, $1.50 Wool Batiste Smooth, even Anteil, llgbt-welglil ?Drown, Tan, Navy, Reseda. Cop? enhagen. Cream and Black. US inch. 50c New Percales For Boys' Blouses and Suits? White ground, with 'fling, Dot and Stripe designs, 3G-inch, 12 l-2c and 15c Ladies' Spring Suits Coats Satin lined: Collar nnd Cuffs neatly trimmed with Braid, Drown, Navy and Black, $13.50, $15.00, $17.50 Waist Special While India I.luen. Dotted Swiss and Sheer Poplin Waists, unusual values-: every model Is right up to the utlnuto In style and shape, 98c Ruffled Muslin Curtains Stripe ruffle^ width, and Figured designs, full 2 1-2 yards long and full Sheer linen This is one of our best Belling numbers for all kinds o? Shadow ami French Embroidery work beautiful quality, 30-inch. 33c Fruit of ihe Loom .Hi-liieh Bleached Muslin. Special price, 11 /-2c 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 Couch Covers Heavy Knotted Fringe nil 'round. Roman Stripe and Bagdad Effects, :i yards long, $1.00, $1,75 and $2.00 Heavy Burlap lu a good shade of Dark Creep; makes a cool door covering for summer. 30-inches wide, 17c Our Sewing Machine Club Plan. Opens the way tor every woman to get a thoroughly up-to-date] high class, Sewing Machine al not much more (ban one-half agency price:?, with I ho advantage of easy paytueuts. These machines are high-arm quartered oak. automatic lift and regular drop head; prices range from $l7.ou, $18.00 to ?27.."iU. We ask Iwo dollars down and $1.00 a week. WATT, DOXEY & WATT 2909-11 WASHINGTON AVENUE. NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA. 1 Announcement! UlUMtlWWIIIIIWIIITWHllHMMIIIIII'llllillHIIIilll'll WiyigUlllllllllliiTIMBBiWIfffWfcWWBBEQ We beg to announce lo the public that the PAUL HAHN SPE? CIALTY CO., has purchased the stock of the GAMM EL HARDWARE COMPANY, located at 3204 Washington .Avenue. Mr. Paul Halm again being connected with the business. A complete line uf Hardware, Glassware, Crockery ware, Housefurnishmg Goods, Etc., Etc. will always be carried in stock, and the store's reputation for low prices, quality contddered, will he maintained by the new firm. We will appreciate your patronage. ?' Paul Hahn Specialty Ca 3204 Washington Avenue mm THE FAMOUS CLOTHING CO. Corner Washington Avenue and 33rd Street, Men's Suits EVlen's Pants Boys' Pants THIRTY-FIVE. THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM SALES Disposition of Personal Property of Exposition Almost Complete? Valuable Fixtures. Thirty-five thousand dollars lias" been realized from the sale of the personal properly of Ihe Jamestown Exposition Company. The first sales 'netted $17.000 and the two later sale-;' I about $18,000. The fund Is being itiscd In the administration of the rc-j 'colvershlp by order of Judge ,\ atlill!!,' , fof the United States District Court. 1 "f lh? '^lliar.v was changed !Tho electrical effects ate vet to bel**"??* 9*1?!?? Memorial (iulld. sold and they will add quite a sum1 ,.? fW,"0* decided lo hold a to the fund I charily ball In tho near future. Th* .?, .,' . ... ,1 proceeds will be devoted to the main Whcn the land of tue company i? toll0nf(. of ,,)0 room for poor children sold this general Mud will be used lo ,??, W01)1(M) , 8, ,.>!111C|(J. nosl,??,. pay all lien claimants protected by the first mortgage glvtn by the Exposi? tion Company on its' personal proper? ty. JOSEPH CHARLES AUXILIARY. Officers For Year Chosen?A Charity Ball. At the annual meeting of the .los t-pli Charles Auxiliary to the aid Qoilt oral hospital Friday, the following of llcers wire elected for the ensuing term: President?Mr. Ell?rl NexhCll. Vice-president?Mrs. William Gur? net. Secretary?iMr4. L. W. Dauzonba ker. Corresponding tecrolary?.Mrs. V.'. M. Ti nani. Treasurer?Mrs. ?. P. Hagsirom. After a lengthy discussion tho name to tho THE FAMOUS Corner War.binnton Avenue and 33rd Street. city. As soon as his condition per milted, be was brought to his home here. Be sure ami attend tho Ladies' Aid Society Social. March 13llt. from X to 10 p. in., in the Lecture Room Firs' Presbyterian Church. Refreshments I free. Silver offering expected. j 3-10-11-2L Capt. Eubank Out. Captnip Ed. N. Eubank, who has H Is expected 'hat tho electrical "('c? "1 for several mouths, resumed nxturea at the Exposition grounds will bis duties as deputy collector of on; I-ring something like $00.000. This <oms Tor this port yesterday. 0an* nroperty will b<> sold privately, scaled ,nln Eubank went lo Washington. D, bids now beiug reuolvcrt by the rc-'VS- --?evora! months ago on his vnen cclvcro. ll?u. bul wits taken 111 while in that What Some People. Do, Some people let a trlffliu'g thing like weak nerves run along because they think It will remedy Itself. If they would take Sexluc Pills lu time they would save many a dollar, and be Btrpng and able to work besides. $1 a box, fj boxes $r>. with full guar? antee for all forms of nerve weak? ness.?For sain by all dniRgista.