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B?NDAT, I III! aHH1 19, 1)09.
SOME REASONS FOR A THIRTY
FIVE FOOT CHANNEL. ?
"Some of the reaaons why New
11 M Newa, Norfolk and Portsmouth
S>oSM tat*, n channel-way of thirty
live foot depth" are given in an in
terea?ng little folder which has Just
In en" Issued by the Harbor Improve-'
ment Committee of Norfolk, Ports-'
mouth afed Newport News. A dozen
iinci ntrovcrtlble ' hmausos" are given,
and these, supported by a mass of,
statistics and tabulated facts have'
been submitted to the government
< ngine?ring board, from which the re- j
rciWgleartatloti t? congress must come.;
Kverybcdy who knows anything at all
about the great commercial and
strategical importance of the Hamp-1
ton Roads ports recognizes the fact
that we should have thirty-five foot
channels leading to the conlmerclal
wharves, the shipyard and navy yard.1
but few people who have not invest! i
j,etod the situation really know b-jw I
very necessary this improvement Is
and w hat a just claim the Virginia i
doepwsUT ports have upon congress |
for an appropriation.
At this time both Norfolk and New - 1
j-ert Newa, are supposed to have chan?
nels thirty-two feet In depth. As a
matter of fact, however, the channels
hare ailed in until neither belongs
in tbe :birty-two foot class. On this
side. tb<- Middle ('.round bar, the
greatest thorn in the flesh of New?
port News shipping men, Is the prime
cause i.1 trouble. The channel drcdg.d
Mimetime ago through this bar to a I
depth of thirty-two feet at mean low
tide, hu* gradually flllcd until there
is hard y a depth of thirty two?feet
at high tide. This is a source of in-.
convenient?-. and instead of getting
better, the couditun gradually Is be-j
Innung worse .very day As a result
a vessel of extraordinary draft can
come and go from the local harbor
with safety only at high tide, and de?
lay? often occur un mis arc unt
This Ailing of tbe channel. It Is
claimed, is due to the lines chosen for
dredging It is believed that a chel?
ae! dre.1g.-d directly across the bar
not only would cut off a mile or two
<f tbe trip from Chesapeake Bay to
S' w|?.rt News, but would be. prac
tlrally. proof against the mud which
la thrown oot by Nans^mona river.
- large part of which At d- its way
rate the channel as it now stands
Ft Boding arv several of the more
striking rcas. as for a thirty flve foot
channel given la the Jviot commit
? Hecavae the combined tonnage
vsJaattoa at thylr I Hampton Roads
portal water b< me shlaaaeau la.
* ith the exception of New York, ges?t?
er then ?hat if any port . n the At
hsatht. Par the or Oatf coasts, their
shipeaenu aggrecatiag abount IV
1?1A2? toa*. valued at $l.rs,?K^07
"letoan probably mar* than :.
mm immu mi uhaat aad aavy?
eteat these parts aanually. ca drafts
?ggfjgasj draaa M feet to M feet, srx
irrae? t.f water
Beceoae Use sltaer-*. g^grapbi
caaV. at ease ef vaet sirst. g- im
ml tSwfJsttoe which arv available for
Vorfall: the gaewt af all aavy yards
aad at Newjmrt News a shipbuilding
aad dry dork plant capable of buiM
'.ax end repairing wrrfc of the heavlea'
lawr pn?u of
-a froes tv? la tweaAf aad evaa
more time* a* much aa the Virginia;
I In view of the conclusive evidence
(I the necessity which has been sub
mittel, the committee 1? Justified In
. believing that early and favorable
action will be taken by the govern?
The folder referred to waa issued I
by the sub committee of the Joint|
committee. . ???[,,..i of Captain W.
It Bcutwell. Norfolk Board of trade.|
(halrnian; I). Lawrence Gruner, Nor?
folk Board of Trade; Hugh W. Davis
and W P. Dcdson, of the Norfolk city
council, II. II. Helmes and Dr. Clar?
ence Porter Jones, of the Newport
News Chamber cf Commerce; E. I.
Ford and R. C I'etzold, of the Newport
nFwb city council, and Krank D. Gill
and Hon. l^elgh R. Watts, of the
Portsmouth Board of Trade.
SOMETHING WRONG WITH OUR
There Is something radically wrong
with the methods of procedure in our
criminal courts, and the trouble is not
confined exclusively to d'lays. it ?a
hard for a layman to attempt to de
tine just what is wrong er suggest, a
reinedy. hut everybody who reads i.io
newspapers must see that a wrong
exists and a renv if is Bjgs ded.
Only a few diys ago a minderer
In Richmond who should have had a
pciiltentlaiy sentence, at least, went
scot free. He had no unwritten law
or brain-storm pica; ho had shot
down In cold blood a man consider?
ably smaller than he, whom he had
aggrieved and who had struck mm
with his opt it hand. Self-defense was
the excii-e he offered and it was ac?
cented by the Jury.
Yestriday, In Griensboro, X. C,
Banitl Col le, a man who knew that
his own son had been struck down
Just outside of his house by his
brother-in-law and ?l.o allowed the
boy to lay on the ground all night to
be found dead the next morning, was
set Tree. Hiram Ellett, who admitted
striking the fatal hiow and leaving
his injured brother-in-law to die, got
off with five years in the penitentiary.
Here In Newport Netra "thi,j week
a man rrovin guilty of highway roh
bery. the maximum punishment lor
which jg death In the electric chair,
was givm fifteen days In Jail by a
Americans will not be great restec
ters of law *r, long as such occur?
rences as these are read about
every day. We should have a change
if seme kind, and that quickly.
I.ooae is not a very substantial
sounding name anyhow.
Spain's new rahlnet Li said to have
resigned. It's getting to be a habit.
The Lincoln penny lias been pas-sed
as a dime at Manassas. It weuld
pass more eesil) as a pop-corn pack?
The I'n.ti'd States hasn't recog?
nized the inri;rgents; the navy has
just notlmd .verjhody that the capi?
tal cf the insurgent government .?hall
not be dirturbid
Ths Story of Bsacom usher.
There lives in Marlboro c >unty, S
C. a seventeen year old boy by the
name of Has<o>rn Usher. An inter
prtslng and hard beaded lad. he look?
ed about him. took stock of his sur?
roundings as they were. n< t as he
might dream tbem. got an acre of
land, plowed it and planted corn Am?
bitious as well as ntelligent, he en-j
tered himself in the National Bay's'
'Com Contest, conduct-d by the I'nited
States government. He kept and had
ready to present sworn records ae ft)
planting, cultivation, harvesting and'
marketing These records were ei
* mined on Thursday last by.an ome-'
i*l committee, and were found worthy I
of praise In every way So Bascorn '
I ?her'? acre-crop , f corn, which was ,
i bigger than that cf any other Soetai
j Carolina bey. and was awarded the
government Brst prpfze for that state.'
I On his single sere, this boy pro-1
|duccd M r; bushels of corn The I
I'nited State* government purchased
i every bit of tt at ?2 a bushel. The.
f dder brought in $.:n or more The!
1 acres planting thus yielded g.*,25 The'
. net profit t? suppcaed to he not less I
, than $200 An acre of land as good ?
as Bescona Csher s acre can be bought
ta South Carolin* for tin to ?2?
We, take taia story, literatim, from
the Adit?risl page ?f ;he Charleston
News and Courier ft SSesns to es
ads-iraoly worth printiag. ? well fee
IU owe moral as because It bears oat
. m several ways, statements and arge
?jetiU of our own which have receet
ly bee* criticised by prartteal farm
era la this state As to the moral,
comment or ampliAcatloe le amjmr
Rooas A eecnt of l.son per rewt
plucked out of the earth bv a half
grown Koy rather speaks for Itself.
Will apybody suggest another way la
wkh-k mm br? ccutd have turned
thl* profit ? !? any mwem vVWtw
msstel way isssginaW. ? oaa a
Ua state and hie rowutry my
Resenm l'eker 1m tr r)
la hone* an damhititoe* to
I a clerkship Is the efly m% IIS per
we?*?-Reinmo?id fM\ i i~1i|il_L
Mr mmm. m^Slum^T j,. ex
"J wmmm eiao* last Beestay t
stamd kafknlMy for hoe~*ty in best
neee in. thud- The honest man may
ecinetlmee be outstripped In tbe mad
race fur wealtb. and Mr. Rockefeller
did not conceal this fact from tbe
young men upon wb m he lavlabea
?ounat.a of uplift It Is deplorable, hi
obstrved. tbat persons who are not
honest often get ahead of those who
are. But the man pi unbending In?
tegrity has the approval of a good
conscience and laya up fcr himself
treasures In heaven, where neither
mot hor rust corrupt ncr thieves break
through and steal.
It is delighful and edifying to bear
these elevating precepts from young
Mr. Rockefeller In an age of which
"money madness" Is the predomi?
nant characteristic his voice is
raised for honest), for (he peace which
comes from the mud conscious of Its ,
own rectitude. If that voice of up?
lift could penetrate to the tnunermoet
councils of tbe OH Tr list, to whose
elevation the senior Rockefeller has
dldlcatod tbe best yeHrs of h>s life, It
night have an nspiring effect, im?
pressed by the fervid eloquence, the
noble, morality of young John D
Rockefeller, tbe directors might strive
to attain even higher Ideals in busi?
ness. They have outdatanced all then
rivals In the oil business In tbe pur?
suit of riches. They are so well pro?
vided with this world's gends that
they ought to be immune to tempta?
tion. What a stimulus wruld be given
to the cause of honest) In business
it the Standard Oil directorate would
collaborate with John D. Rockefeller.
Jr., in Impressions upon the multi?
tudes the necessity for undeviating
honesty n the methods of accumulat?
The younger Rockefeller should,
therefore. lose no time in enlisting
them In the counsels of perfection,
might bring ?bout reforms which
would create tin epoch in the commer?
cial history of the United States.
They might even, a.- an evidence of
teal for the cause and good faith,
dissolve their trust voluntarily be?
fore the courts take final action.
Young Mr. Rockefeller ought to have
the co-operation of the Oil Trust In
bis labors of uplift. His missionary
werk will never reach its full fruition
until the Standard Oil directors etand
by his sfdc on the lecture platform
and preach the gospel 01 honesty In
business.? Baltimore Sun.
Battered tin trumpets and dolls that [
A part of their waxen-red face; ?
Little toy wagons and broken drums
In a heap without order or grace:
Trains dislocated and animals maim?
Their glint and their glory destroy?
Hut, ch, the bright spirit of childhood
that flamed, 1
And, oh, the dear dreams they en
Out in the garden one plays with the
We lought him last Christmas a
The new, with their splendor, have
increased his crop.
But the old, battered toys are so
There by the window she plays with
In the language a little gnl knows;
And. oh, the rag babe In her arms is ,
a fright. ' i
But ahe loves it clear down to its
Battered and broken, and crooked and 1
But over old toys, what a grace |(
The charm tbat familiar emotion haa (
Adds glory to dolly's old face. j |
Battered and briken. old friendships <
But here, as the sun travels west, ;
Ah. fm\ ere the glow of old com
We And the old friends are the .
beat! ' I"
?Tbe Renrtown Bard. Baltimore Sub. i
Women cou:d ha*ve no use for a '
man If they couldn't im|>os?> on bim !
A man may have at home" days, J
but f. rtune ihtwn in ignoring ?hem (
It'a better to fare a woman with j
a caustic tongue than to turn your j
bark on her. j <
It is easier to marry an heiress |
than It is to induce her to let gn of,1
her >rcln afterward. 11
A father seldom whips his small I
son for fighting if he shows that hej'
has been cu'tivating the habit of ,
? Chicago Xewi
t>tter heep aa eye oo Carrie
Natioa while she is la Washington
Abe may tahe a not i n to smash the
House of Representatives -Indlanap
Alee* in ?ew Mill at Midwife*
unmindful of dampness drafts, storm*
?e cold. W J Atkins worked aa
Ruch exposure gave hies a severe med
that settled ow his range. At last be
had to give up work He tried au
r-ss^ies bot all failed tin he a**,
Dr Krag-s New DHcovery After
? T eejehotOe- he writes. -| wewt
to Wtwh gg wefl as ev?r - B>.
? "?? ari, ;.r..m|.t , .--r BBBB
*M as* II .?<
? Pharma?/ Cn aad rvtaaad
Drug Cn - ?
Little Nita's Best
By WILLIAM ROSSER COB3K
Nita wti Juki seven years old She
wa* born on a Christmas day, and
this was a Christ?
mas day, too.
Tbia was one
reason wby so
much, so very
much pains was I
taken to make ]
a delightful one
Never before i
had an much been
done for her. To ;
be sure, sbe was
older thsn she
was a year ago
and could appre?
ciate better what
was done for her. !
Yet somehow ahe
was not nearly so
happy* as she
Such a glorious
stood out in the
wide hall of the
great mansion in
which she lived.
It contained such
a load of presents
for her- almost a roomful she de?
clared to herself, as they were taken
down one by one and opened for her
inspection and admiration.
Nita was an only child, and this
waa another reason why her parents
made much of the day for her sake.
There had been another, but it had
died before Nlta could remember. She
had bren told about her dead baby
brother so often that It seemed to her
that she could recall him and there
were times when she felt he was
looking at her and wanted to be at
This Christmas day was so long,
somehow. Sbe had but Just run to
Nurse Amy to ask if it were not
luncheon time. Not that she was
hungry, but she had got so tired of
playing by herself. Nursey had said
it was only 11 o'clock, and she had
thought it was almost night.
What were playthings, anyhow* She
had always had them. They couldn't
run around the big grounds and play
with her at hide and seek as she bad
teen other children do?as she had
lone with her cousins, when, as sbe
lometlmes did. sbe visited them in
their far away northern home. It was
dreadful cold up there?much colder
than In her own southland, where one
might play outdoors all the year ,
round, but she would be willing to live
there, If only she had playmates like
Of course everybody waa good.
Papa was good, and mamma was good,
and nursey. too; but they were so
jften busy, and they were grakra up.
too, and couldn't be expected to play
tames with a little girl.
It would be nicer-, she thought, if
papa would remove from the country
to the city. Then sbe might play with
the neighbors' children.
"I d be willin' to let "era play with ;
everything I have, and wear my watch ?
lorne. and ride my pony." she said. '
"I do wonder why they don'? let me
tee mamma?" she asked herself fre
juently "Here its been about a week
lince I've seen her. and every time j
I start upstairs to her room, governess. ,
ir nurse, or the doctor push me back '
?Ith a Yon rcusn't diaturb mamma,
tor she's sick.' As If I'd disturb my j
lear. dear mamma for anything in all
"I b'lieve I don't csre for toys eny i
nore. 1 guess I'm getttn' too old for :|
hem I b'lieve I'll tell papa to give
?nine awsy to some poor children that
ion't hsve any " |
Here she strode to a mirror, before
rhich she stood and stretched herself
to her full little seven yesr height
1 reckon I'll have to grow a heep
nore before I'm s woman." she aigheVt
'but. anyway. I'm gettln" tired of
"hrlsmase* and birthdays and toys. If
i Just did havs somethin' to am nee ,
ae-eossebody to play with that leal '
?lean grown up."
And then this blase child of seven '
itretcbed he'self owt upon the door [ \
ind soon was fast asleep
When she awoke Nurse Amy was
itandlng beside her.
"I reckons yer marseer wants ter
see yer. honey," she said, with a smile
Without questioning, without reply
eg. the little gtrt sprang to her feet
tad falrty flew eg tbs wroed oaken
"O msmma." ehe tried, as a
?ought to throw herself reto that par |
But gwatle hands restrsjaed her aad
i brother, ton It la my brother that
seat to heaven?"
"Not that ssM. deer, hut soother
lent from heaven "
"Civs htm my preeeats. mother??B
?f them He's merits aB of tb*m and
?ore. too May I boM hem. mamma*"
And Nita's heart overflowed arwh
U?v when this isgatat wmm granted
This la Oed's glees at teal tt
Jaewe' anas? Tee know
lefts* hi* their mo'b?r.
* r* end fathers jl
POPPER CUWTHES for MEN
THIS CLOTHING STORE for
I^et us help you tu please
htm. Our stock is specially
provided ?Ith Christmas gifts
for all your friends as well as
Buy them something usoful?
Suits House Coa'a
Overcoats Smoking Jackets
Shirts Traveling Bags
Umbrellas Walking Canes
Suit Cases House Slippers
Rain Coats Hunting Boots
Fur Gloves Fancy Vests
Kid Gloves Auto Gloves.
Store Open Until 9 P. M.
Newport News, Va.
GIFT FOR ANY
MEMBER OF THE
STOP IN AND SEE
(Just see the window.)
Your friend will appreciate some
of our good wine or whiskey as a I
Christmas present. Write or 'phone I
cs his address, and we will ship him
the goods with your compliments by1
A X/V1AS SPECIAL
A gal. of Pure California Sherry,
Port. Catawba or Anglica for Jl.'iu.
(We will sell < nly one gallon to an\
one customer ) Let us mail you our]
n^w price list.
Graffs Cut Rate Mail
i152 Jefferson Ave. Bell 'phone 247.
See the Beautiful Calendars
and Novelties in our
Rouks and Dainty Gifts for
old and young.
A full Bn* or Denmnsnn's
Tags. Seals, Poxes and ether
MRS. ALICE W l*0RJ0N
29*7 Waenmaton Ave.
Stookeefler and Stationer.
J. W. COURTNEY
COAL and WOOD
?% Cord Pia* Wood . ft Ts'
% Oord Mfavd wood.Sim
?? Cord oak Word .fis*
Also job lot of Wood. Oak or Pine, at'
It in for quarter of cord.
N ? fr.4 . ?.?rar ror splitting The
heat grade* of coa, at the lowr st mar
427 Twenty second gL
J. W.JACKSON A CO.
PaogP. HANGING. PA.NTrWte,
Plate awd t*ar?t B'sea.
gg?a> sc a*d mm mm a*?.
From a PARCEL
to An ENGINE
; FREIGHT. BAGGAGE, FURNI
1 T?RE AND SAFES, CARE
! FULLY AND PROMPTLY
514-520 27th St.
When you notify tis t>y tele?
phone or otherwise to call for
your package, are don't, say
"all right." and then wait about
two days beiore we come for
It. We ?all the same day?
within a few hours generally?
in a few minutes if you are in
a hurry?and we deliver th"
laundered clothing at the time
agreed upon. Good work and
prompt service?does the com?
bination appeal to you? Put us
to the test.
119 Twenty-fourth street.
Both 'Phones, No. 10.
Large s.ock of finished memorial a,
in granite and marble always M
haod. A postal will bring ouv repre?
sentative at your door with a foil Una
of designs ant: sample*.
LAWSON & NEWTON
Granite and Marble Dealers,
Cor. 11th m William street
Cement, Gravel, Crushed Stone
and Building Material.
J. V. BICKFORD
SAND AND GRAVEL CO.
Hampton and Newport Newa.
Hampton, 'Phone S.
Deliver Send, etc. Anywhere In Ham p.
ton or NewDort News.
Agent Alpha Portland Cemsnt
Northampton Portland Ce.ment.
Sole agents for Maro Wood
Charcoal and Otto Coxe. Towr pa?
Benson. Phillips & Co.
24th. A Virainle Ave. Beth
Tt-a?sr? leave Mos
Thursdays and Satsrrts;
TVi.-edays and SM'vrtx.*
Preurkt reee4ved sad delivered dnl'v
CgO Pfcer ? rmr*. River R**d
CLTD* .?STP.AMMnr CoypgVf,
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RY.
Fa?t Train? to Richmond and tha
Leare Newport Newa 10:05 a. m.
and 5:05 p. m. dalljr.
local Tralna to Richmond
6.00 a. m.; 5:20 p. m. dally.
Tralna arrive Newport Newa 10:00
a. m, 1Q:30 a. m., 5:30 p. m. i
7:20 p. m.
Steamer Service for Norfolk.
Leave Newport News 10:35 a
and 5:35 p. m. dally.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
FOR KKW YORK -
from Company's Wliarl,
Norfolk, foot of Church
street every week day at
7:00 p. m.
FARE?First-class, one way, $8.i>0.
Hound trip, limit thirty days. $14.00?
nicals and berth in stateroom in?
Steerage, withcut subsistence, $."> 00.
TICKETS on sale at C- & O. Rail?
way Ticket office
NIGHT LINE BETWEEN NEWPORT
NEWS AND RICHMOND, VA.
Steamers Hrandoti and Berkeley
leave Pier "A" 8:30 every evening,
passengers only. Stop at C'laremont
Wharf to land passengers and on
signal to receive them.
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION COM?
PANY. James River Day Line for
Richmond and all James River land?
ings. Steamer Pocahontas leaves
Newport News Tuesdays, Thursdays
Bad Saturdays at 8:45 a. m. Leave
Newporw News Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 5 p. m., for Norfolk and
Steamer Smithfield will leave.
Pier "A" daily except Sunday at 9:00
a. m., going to Norfolk, and at 4:30
p. m, going to Smithfield. Steamer
Ocracoke will leave Pier "A"' daily
except Sunday at 9 a. m., going to
Smithfield and 3 p. m., going to Nor?
All business between New York
and Newport News transacted at Pier
1 All business between Newport
News, Norfolk, Smithfield and local
points transacted at Pier "A" foot of
W. H. LANDON, Agent.
NORFOLK & ATLANTIC
"SEWALLS POINT ROUTE"
IN EFFECT MONDAY. SEPTEMBER
Subject to change without notice:
7:15 a. m., 8:30, 9:45. 12:15 p. m. 1:M,
2:45. 4:00, 5:15, 6:30 p. m. Sundays
ofily 9:45 p. m.
LEAVE NEWPORT NEWS
6:00 a. tn., 8:05, 9:20, 11:50, 1:05 p.
m. 2:20, 3:35. 4:50, 6:05 p. m. Sun?
days only 9.20 p. m.
THE NORFOLK & WASH?
INGTON STEAMBOAT CO.
(Schedule Effective Not. 1, 1908 )
"The New and Powerful Iron Palace
Ste: jiera NEWPORT NEWS. WASH?
INGTON and NORFOLK wUl lea**
daily as followa.
Lv. Portsmouth . ?S:M p. m>
Lay. Norfolk . *?:00 ? m,
Le. Old Point . *7:uv p. m.
Ar. Washington . *7:04) a. a
Lt. Wash, a * O. Ry..???:?? a. m>
Ar. Phil, B. * O. Ry..."ll:M a. m.
Ar. N. T., R. * O. Ry.??3:10 g. m.
Lv Wash., Peon. Ry.??8:00 a. m.
Ar. N. Y, Penn. Ry_??1:H p. sc.
Lv. Wash., Pens. Ry_fftW a <a
Ar. Phlia., Penn. Ry-?*,10:4? a. aa
?ig. K. T. B. A O. Ry..*ll:M a. as,
Lv. Phils.. B ft O. Hy... *S:17 p. m.
Ar. Wish., B. ft O. BT... *6:Xe p. m.
Lt. H Y, Penn. Ry.*12: W p. ak
Ar. Weak., Peon Ry.*??:!? p. m.
Ar. Weak. Penn. Ry.!? 23 p m.
Lv Phils , Pena. Rv.*3:2S p. an.
Ar. Weak., Penn. Ry.?? 22 p. m.
Lv. Washington.-? 4S p. MX.
At. OM Ft- Comfort.*7:M) a. m
Ar. Norfolk.*t.M a. m.
?Dai:y. ??Dally except ?oniay.
iSuad y only.
for nformatlon apply to
J N. SMITH. Aceat Ca toe Ticks*
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