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Big Crowd Goes to Norfolk to
See President Taft. ON THIS SIDE TODAY President Will Vieit Normal School This Morning and Make Addreta This Afternoon?Huntington Riflea Make Good Showing in Parade. Crowd* of Newport .New? people Journeyed over to Norfolk yesterday to get their first look at President William Howard Taft and to w the big street parade, which was re? viewed by the president. The crowds from this city started early In the morning and all through the morning the hy avenue ears were tilled with people Norfolk bound, and the steam? er Virginia carried over a goodly crowd at 10: :t:. o'clock. Most of the local people relumed borne last night, footsore and hungry. Hungry because, they complained, they '-ottld get nothing to eat In the restaurants acr* ss the Reads on ac? count of the crush of people Inside and outside of every place where ? thing to eat was being aold. Lifted Hats to Rrflet. With forty men and three officers in line, the Huntington Rifles, Com? pany C. of this city, left fDr Nor? folk early yesterday morning and marched with the Fourth Virginia regi? ment in the |>arade. Officers of the ecmpany aaid last night that the Rifles were the largest company In the regiment and citizens from this city said that both President Taft and Governor swanson lifted their hats and bowed to the Newport News boys Owing to the military regulations of ' eyes ahead'1 the soldiers could not see the honor conferred upon them J>y the President and governor ana th'<y were jubilant last night when spectators in the crowd around the reviewing stand told them of it. Iff, Arthur Lee, one of the delegates from this city to the Deeper Water? ways convention, rode in the parade as one of ihe personal escorts of the President. There were sixty other escorts and they presented a tine ap? pearance. The Virginla'a Mascot. Aside from the President, the parade and the miliicns of flags with which the city was decorated, there were just two things about the cele? bration which made a hit with some of the Newport News folk on hand. One was the mascot of the crew of the battleship Virginia, which march od In the parade with the tars. The mascot In a young goat und the sol? diers had him decorated and labelled: 'lli'l. which made a hit with Presi-I dent Taft and the crowd. The other was a youngster who rode a |>oiiy in the parade. The boy,! who was about five years old, was dressed in a wild west costnme, and was cheered all along the line. He responded to the cheers by rising in his stirrups and doffing hi* sombrero nnd bowing and smiling. President Taft will be on this aide of Hampton Roads today to pay a visit to the Hampton Normal and Ag? ricultural Institute. He will arrive at the school at in o'clock from Nor tolk and after attending a meeting of the trustees, be will make a speech Ifi the school gymnasium this after? noon He will leave for Washington this evening. NEGRO BADLY CUT IN FIGHT AT WOOD YARD Giorge Love in Serious Condition at Hie Home and Robert Brown is Jailed. As the result of a fight 'n Wallace and Johnson s wood yard at Twenty Bint a street and the Chesapeake * Ohio railway yard yesterday afler ncon. George Lore, a negro, lies at bis home. 72? Twentieth street, suffer ras with .-veral bad wounds and Robert Rrown. a seventeen year old aegro boy. who lives in FJisabetb City county, is ia Jail charged with Moatons assault Moth r-f the men are employed at the woodyard and they bad a disagree aaeat over a trivial matter A fight ewsnea and during the ailxup. Brown ft bt alleged, drew a kalfe end est bts opponent Doctors Pretlow aad Kabjat attewded tb? wounded men aad had him arored to his Home Bbae a was arrested by Detective ger grant Henry Rridgers and locked mm at the stat toe bcaaa. Chess Labor a HinOrenee. Cheap labor has baea the prise!pel hasafeoap tt bKrodaethg aaadera ma ehteery ia India. SOCIAL-PERSONAL Mlsg Martha Garrotte, of Orange. Va,. It> rieft lag h?r sinter. Mm Rolu. W. Hundley on Jefferson avenue Mr. and Mrs. George Nelms Wise g>ave today for Petersrur?, where they will visit Mr. N'elin's nephew, Mr. John Nelws. While away Mi. .Wims and his nephew will go on a hunting trip. Ml.-s Mlanehe Harrison, who has I been visl'lng frUnds here, will re- j turn to her home In Frederickftburg i toda>. accompanied hy MISk Allee, Scott, who will be her guest. Miss Mary Vaviston. of Washing? ton. D. C. Is vWlting her cousins, the| ? Misses (larver. on Twenty-seventh 1 street j Me* Rlolae Harper, sshg hin been , . viaiitltig in flordonsvillc, Vn., has re ! turned, home. i Miss Graer. Colemnn has returned from North Carolina, where she visit hi relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 1, I.. Irving and lit-1 lie daughter have returned from a visit 10 Covlngton, Va, i Mrs M s. Braynt. of Charlottes vllle, Is visiting her brother. Mr. P. J.. Hudson, on Twenty-eeventh street. Mr. W. >l. Hodge return*J yester- | day from a visit to Crulg county. Mr and Mrs. Q. K. Klllott hare as iheir guest their daughter, Mrs. K , K Marshall, of Richmond. Miss Mab? I Hinman, who has bach spending a month with relative? in j Georgia. Iiu? returned home, accom? panied by her sister, Mts. R. C. Mer ritt. of Atlanta, who will spend a month here. Mis P. .1 Ijick has as her guest ai Ml home on Jefferson avenue, her | sinter, Miss Clella Kolner, of Wash? ington. D C. Miss Diana Thompson has gone to' Nelson county to spend two weeks] with friends. Mi William (lamer has returned from a b'vlness trip to New York. Baltimore and Washington. Miss Blrnrhe McPbersou is spend- J lng two weeks with relatives in Minefield. W. Va. Miss Franres Wood, who has been visiting her coiiiilns. the Misses Wood, aa Tw. nt\-eighth street, has return? ed to her home In l.ynehbirrg. Miss l.atira Bureher, of Radlord, Va.. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. R. W. Martin, in this city. Miss Sarah Frank, who has been Inj New York city for the past twoj months, returned to this city yester? day morning. PROF. LIGON HERE. Former Newport News Man Head of | Fork Union Academy. Prof. E. S. U'gon. who for several I years was principal of the Newport | N? w., AcadMay, is spending a few dayi; in the city with frienda. Prot. Ugon Is now head maater of the Kork t'nlcu Military Academy, a Baptist Institut i?u which ranks as one of the leading preparatory military schools in tbe South. There are something over llg cadets, and a regular array officer is statton> d at the academy as commandant. Inventr Cable Quadruples. Mr. Stephen D. Field, a nephew of| Cyrua West Field, w ho laid tbe first | Atlantic cable, has perfected an in? strument in his laboratory here by the use of whim four messages can ha sent over a single cable simul? tan eou sly. The device is now being used suc? cessfully en the cable between Key West. Pia, and Havana, Cuba, and proved serviceable during the recent severe etorra. Heretofore It baa been possible to send only one message at a time over a cable Mr. Field has obtained patents on bis invention It was Mr. Field who Invented and op-r ,:led successfully in Stockbridge, early in the eighties the first trolley car ? Stockbridge iMass.i Dispatch to New York Herald. Paraguay Tea. The yerba mate, or Paraguay tea. haa an immense consumption In the j lower ports of South America, almost to the exclusion of tea and coffee. It grows wild and plentiful, te cheap as din aad haa a good per cent, of theiae. the active principle of tee and coffee ' but lese than either. It aaa a genuine algh therapeutic, soothing stimulating ' effect upon the stosaach aad the whole system The people over a barge part of South America have the very strongest boilef la its euratlv? aad , coeooilag effects isht Doctors are the atest ?ewelcome visitors-* even the doctor himself curses the luck that coeapelleO him to leave hjs comfortable bed Suppose you try oer method and keep a big Md bottle of Perry natu PaiakiUer in the arose, and let tbe doctor stay ia bee aad enjoy himself Rev. E. Ti Dadmun Given Valued Appointment by Bishop. TRINITY CHURCH GRATIFIED Board of Stewards Protested Against Transfer of Pastor to Norfolk Charge?Committee Named to Wait Upon Or. Starr. I'pon the urgent request of sev? eral mi the lenders of the MethodI-'. conference, Hishop H. i". Morrison has changed bis decision assigning Hev. E. T. Dadmun. pastor of Trinity Methodist rhnreh. to the MrKendree church, Norfolk, and has appointed him presiding elder of the FarunUle district. Hlsh'p Morrison's decision to sena Mr. Dadmun to Norfolk did not meet with tne approval of the board of stewards of Trinity church, as the etew arris bad virtually been promised that Mr. Dadmun would either be re? turned here or be made a presiding elder. After the bishop read tbe as? signments of the pastors last Tuesday eight at Trinity church, the church stewards met and appointed a com? mittee to wail on the bishop and re? quest that he return Mr. Dadmun here. This committee went to Nor? folk Thursday afternoon and stated Its caap. lu the meantime some of tbe con? ference leaders had been busy in Mr. Dadmun's behalf and when the com? mittee returned here Thursday even? ing it learned tbat the bishop bad re? versed his declsiou and made Mr. 1 Dadmun a presiding elder. This up-1 ^ointment taused a slight eomplioa-1 tlon und necessitated several other' changes, und Mr. Dndtntiu and the' stewards decided to ask tins paper mt to make the matter public until tne otber changes had been made. Gratifying to Church. Mr. Dadmun s appointment as a presiding elder is gratifying to tbe church stewards, congregation ami the preacher's many other friends in this city. Mr Dadmun said last night that be will move his family to Kann rl?e and make that place his bend quarters. He will leave here next. Friday. Dr. William C. Starr, of tbe Cum? berland Street churcb, Norfolk, who succeeds Mr. Dadmun as pastor of the Trinity chinch, will be warmly welcomed and tbe stewards bave ap? pointed a special committee to wail on Dr. Starr at Norfolk and invite him here. Dr. Starr is expected to come to the church next week and he will occupy the pulpit of Trinity church at hot bthe morning and evening ser? vices un Sunday, November 27. Dr. Starr is one of tbe most prominent ministers In the Virginia conference und ha-* had some of the best assign? ments in the conference. The Farmville District. Tbe district over which Mr. Dad? mun wiil preside is made up of thirty charges. containing about 120 churches. Hib new duties will require fcim to visit each charge quarterly aud his authority la practically that of a bishop. by tbe appointment of Mr. Kidman as a presiding elder. Kisfaop Morrison had to make the following changes in the assignments a-s announced Tues? day night: Kv-v. George Wesley Jones ia I transferred from the position of pre? siding elder of the Farmvilie district, and ordered back lo tbe Clay Street Methodist church. Richmond: Rev. W. T Green is moved from the Farm? vilie church to McKendree churcb, Norfolk, and Rev. R. M Chandler is transferred from the Clay street churcb. Richmond, to Farmville. POLICEMAN ORDERS TWO BLOODHOUNDS Officer Parish Buys Puppies and Will Train Them for Work Here. Patrolman Kdward Parrish. of tbe io?al police department, has ordered two youag bkiodbound* from a K-n tacky breeding farm sad upon tbetr arrival here be w 111 have the dogs trained la the art mi man bunting, and |U-0|?.ses to -h<m r. running criminals t< earth This will be the second pair of bloodhound* the local policemen bave bad during tbe past few y*er? Some rinje a ?vi nseeetiv* Sergeaat Henry Prtdgers. Patrol leaver Roswell and seeera! other n?rer* bought two wop pies fromKentucky an., -tarted In FOOTBALL PLAYER HAS tu train them One of the dogs sick-) med und died und the other Ml run BVdf by a street car and killed. t hief of Police Reynolds has long .idvocuted the purchase nf two full grown and broken bloodhounds for tbe local department, and he is now endeavoring U> purchase two such dogs. He has written 10 several places, but haa not yet been able lo find anyone who has two nrOkggj dogs for sale, if such dogs can be had. BONE JN ARM BROKEN Gr.en Mcrgan, High School Right End, Suffered Serious Injury In Game Wednesday. Ckpejaj Morgan. Tight end of the local High school foot hall learn, had one of the bones in hi* right arm broken near the elbow during the the council probably will be asked for Kan'*' bet erren the Newport News and an appropriation to purchase them ] Norfolk High schools Wednesday ar Tfea police U4dle?-ej thai with these icrno, n on the Osslno. Morgan was dogs they syfjj have little or no hurt in ihe firtl half and taken out trouble In running to ear'h the ' bare- j 01 the game but the discovery that foot-cagertte-smoking" burglar, who haa been years .pernttng hero for two Out of ths Mouth cf Babes. "Teacher?What is Ihe shortest line between two given pohate? Hright Pupil ?A railway line on its nv. n maps Utile I?ola, accompanied by her mother, was enjoying her llrsl ride in a sleeping ear. 'Mama,'' she queried, "who neon pies the Mat above us'.' Mamma? Kdgar, you bad boy you have made a grease spot on the new sofa with your bread and butter! Little Edgar?Well, don't worry, mamma. We can sit on it when there s company in tbe parlor the bone was broken wae not made until yesterday afternoon, when the player had Dr. J Kennedy t'orss ex? amine bis arm. When be received tbe injury. Mor? gan bad tun hack a punt thirty yams and on i>eing lackiert he frll on the ii arm. He compluined of his arm hurling and one of the spectators net had the injured m<mber a short time and then the plucky little play? er ret im in d to the game. His arm continued to hurt, however, and h<* tetfred in favor or Ast. Morgan thought thai the arm was ri mined and ruh. d it with linament. but yes? terday Be decided to have Dr. Cor:is mak" an examination. He will not tie .able to play iiothnU again this season and his loss will be keenly felt by Up High school eleven. "What was tbe sin of sees?'" asked the Sunday - or of a hright little girl "Eating camels." was reply. She had read that th "strained at gnats and camels." tho phari ?houl teach the prompt Pharisees u allowed Coquet y of Golf. Golf Is the ce icette of games. It always lures foH on and always evades you. Ten years ago I thought I hud nearly go; '.. | think so to-day. and ten years hence I gag] si 111 have the same delusion; but tny scoring cards will show. 1 fear, that the co? quette has not yet been caught. The middle aged lover caunot hope to win her smile.? Conan Doyle in the Siraud. Why? "Do you believe the truth should be apoken at all tlmea?" No. When your wife comes home with a iiew hat and wants to know whether you think it Is becoming, why tali her that it Isn't, even If It inakea her look like a fright?" ?hie year, our Holi d ' line is going to be la ger and. we believe, more attractive than ever. New goods come in almost every day now, and you must realize that Christmas is only about a month oft and have things put aside for you. the To keep up with new things at Abbe's (Just see the window.) A Time for Caution. When a u.u admita that you were right aid he waa wrong, wauh him He baa sot:., ulterior motive. a fttf. 8. F. T?EL 835 Bert? SiXth St j tat' ""h Sem tv, esastv Tsicrsirt tw w?v S-sdOj SSw? film XSw? ??t ?jn> leSS.Ulid e?!?e,'li iii.Viilnnli>Sli?VJ% ,,1 ?U?4w,Siua Sknlaa <**>??? *? iS sin fe?flul ?V?l?? Ii fli i mmf ~tr k ImlijiiS "^|Sj Kyi*iii.ivi ?jgg HAVE AN AIM IN LIFE! Re a success, live for something, save your spare money, invest It in a tftsV-Tl gh business eduea'inr and you sriil be able to grasp the opportunities that are continually arising in business life. It It the young man or woman that prepare themselves for these op? portunities that always get them. It Isn't luck, it is foresight and preparing the way for that which is ahead that makes them sucreed. 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