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No employe of The natty Press Company Is authorised to contract any obligation In the name of the company, or to make purcbaaes in the name of tb came except upon order signed by the PUBLISHER OK THE DAILY PRESS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1810. THE OYSTER BILL?STATEMENT AND CHART. In another column of todny's issue of this na|HT there appears a com? munication fi m Commissioner of ItSflflies \\" M -Donald l/>e in willen the commissioner defends the Hyrd oyster bill and takes The Da ly 1 Press to task for "Jumping on" the commission, distorting its purpose, ate, without offering alleviating siijr. gestions. .Mr. 1/ec says that this pajier Is disposed to be fair and open to conviction on this proposition, lint that he sees that Senat, r Holt and the Virginian-Hint "have K'tten \r,ur views a little warped." Though this paper has followed with inurest ?hat the aateasaed Vir ginian Pilot has hail to sny concern? ing Hie .lames river oyeter situat nu. and has given space in its news columns to Interviews with Senator Holt, neither Senat? r Holt nor the Virginian-Pilot can be held resjion sible for "warping" its views, if they ere "warjied." The conclusions reach? ed by The Daily Press upon the Pyrd bill, which em-bodies the ideas of the commissMon of fisheries, were, l-ased upon an examination of the commissions chart, showing the old Baylor lines and tue proposed new Knee, together with Mr. Lee's pub? lished statement in MahfsnTt of the bill. If the paiier's views are warp eel. It is because the commission's ehsrt it* misleading and fails to dem? onstrate what Mr. I ee declares the I'yrd bill is design.?d to accomplish In hts communciation published to? day. Mr. Lee say^R, "Not a foot of ground thus left out is today worked by tongera, nor lias be. n for years. Even at Brown's Shoal we have em? braced every foot that the tong> r> work upon." The chart shows that from three fourths -to seven eighths < f the productive natural rock at Brown's Shoal, all now included in the "mythical" Bajlor linen, is put outside of the proposed new lines. It shows too. as has been pointed out tefore. that the "straight" line cut? ting; out the biggest taut of Brown's Shoal is drawn In angular shajw frcm a point above the lowest pro ?'uetive rock on Brown's Shoal to a point at Kettle Hole Shoal and on to White Shoal. running directly along the edge of the den?* area of Kettle Hole Shoal, whereas a line drawn straight rom the lower end of Brown's Sh< I to the westerly edge of White Shoal, would include aB of the Brown's Shoal rarha and avoid the nceenofty of putting the re? serve boundary directly against the fertile Kettle Hole ground Untied lines on the chart Indicate that most of the Brown Shoal area that the hill propones to put outside of the linen is now unlawfully sand 6x7 prvstn planters. Is this a r**w>n Par taking the rocks outside of the ?USS? ) ? ff planters have unlawfully ossrrrtaceed within th? 'mythical fhSea that would eeern to be an excel ?eat r-asne for d>f>? na snd mark -r.t the lines, hot surely at hi ao rea?.* tar putting prashsetlve namral racks I SsahaMe of the renerve Nmr.dury ?a Mr l.ce nays, this paper ? .1 fasaed to he fair and la open to -on | fiction no tke* question And we sseOere Senator UmTa attitude *s the' asasnr Weither Senator HcR nor tb? Jhaty Press could ?an snnh uc t hn straisrhiea and deSsa* the ShsSu aad tV>rehy give the thpajarr nv re prsgaesJic rocas which l?i ?>.rk and ?i Ihc same turn licnelli the oyster Industry generally On the contrary, any measure that Ml give prote. lion to the natural locks pul MM ov-lers In the river for the independent tenner and Ml 111 the Industry would he for Hie good of the imhlic generally and \ew|iort News pai tlcuiarly?and both Ihia pa|M-r and Senator Moll would !lght for and nit against it. If Mr. |M can demonstrate tha' his chart U misleading, or that we have misunderstood it. and that the Ityrd hill actually is designed t.> straighten and define the llaylor sur (vey lilies without cuttitiK out of the reserve any natural oyster rock not l>ermanently harren and worthless the opposition of Ihis BOM* and, we Mievc. that Of Senator Holt, The Virginian-Pilot ai|d all others who have protested against the measure fri.m disinterested MMM will he w ithdruwti. As to the commissioner's complaint that this M STM not fair In clung ing that "we are hacked by the planters,' we sincerely hope that he Ii right. For if the powerful influence of the planters is not beh'ud the hill, it hardly w ill he pnawed hy the leg s lature unless Commissioner ! e.- is ahle to eliminate or explain away the objections referred to above. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLL MENT. After all there seems to be no great difference between Suprlntendent of. Schools Jenkins and Trustee Huff man on the enrol'ment question, about which there has been so much discussion. Prof. Jenkins says, and! his reports to the hoard show that SJJTl pupils haSS been enrolled dur? ing the present year und that the number actually on the roll at the beginning of the preserjt half yeai term was 2,727. Col. Huffman state-i that, when he went through the schools a few da\s ago he found that (here were 2,."i7u pupiU actually on She rolls, according to the figures g.v en him by prim ii als nnd teachers. On the Bane of this it MM that there is a difference of 1.V7 between the biiki?s and Huffman llgures. Hut when it. is known that two whole rooms afterwards provided for in the new building were net in the schools when Prof. Huffman made hs tour. Ml that new pupils were ctirrlhil in a number of the rooms after Prof. Huffman had secured hit; llg? ures anil before the teachers had made (he re|>orts upon which the superintendent bases his report to the lioard, the l.",7 may be readily ncc.-mnt ed for. In view of these facts It appears that the row over this matter has been something of a tempest in a teapct. OBJECTS TO PROPOSED DI? VORCE LAW. a Some of the gentlemen who ap paajtai lief ore the lagislative commit tee on courts of Justice in Richmond Wednesday night to oppose the |>en<l ing amendment to the divorce statute misstated the cane, according to our understanding of the matter, when they argued that the proposed law would make new causes for diverc". The bill makes no new cause ka di? vorce; it sintply gives "either party' Instead of only the "aggrieved party," to a case in which a partial divorce hae been granted the right to come Into court and ask for an absolute divorce As baa been pointed out be? fore, the amendment only gives the "aggrieved jiarty" the right to ask for a divorce: it does not say that the divorce shall be granted unless good and sufficient reasons therefcr are presented to the court by the ap sMaM This paper would not advo rate the adoption cf the amendment, because it believes that the divorce law ought not to be tampered with at all until the legislature is willing and ready to revise it as a whole. Our belief is that all or as many of the States as potuabie should agree upon the uniform divorce law already in force In some haK a dozen states H some other divorce law Rut the v o lent objection* to proposed law de M ap)ieal to us as reasonable COMMISSIONER LEE DEFENOS BYRD BILL Editor Pre**: W9M are disposed to be fair and pen to conviction on th> James river Revier proposition. At trat yon ap? peared to have the right end of the matt? ? hat | *et- that my friend. Sen itoi Hop. and njrt este- M l brother journalist of the Vlrgiatan p.ku tare ^?ttcn . ir ? . s little warpe? May I d'. ntnse yov.r mind on .he '. :i< ? nt points? 1 I 1 No barren giourd Is to be toaanj withla the aeid of lertll to k? Thu |> one rea* n for atrawth' enma th. i ne :? get oat %t the fer t ie fcld rrteptng stak..* whose tnan Ipala'nrs prey npna the racks under r ret nt sorb *ta*res ? J. Th. Herd Mil lthe Casnmts asm of Fish* rise atR. ssaendad and rase..-,, rr.aa Bat or>g.r,al Idea.. ?f w' ftyrd? i. nm a "beeaklnar ?* the ?arjWH Sawrey There can a* an ?reakhsg where nothing eihtfs. It is PEYSER SAYS: THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY A SUIT or OVERCOAT -at 33 1-3 Per Cent Discount This Sale positively closes ne^t Saturday night, Feb. 12th. We have many select pat? terns to choose from. Avail yourself of this oppor? tunity and get one of these suits at the marvelously low, prices they are going at. We Have Added to This Sale About 6 Doz. Soft Hats! That formerly sold for $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. As long as they last, your unrestricted choice for See Display in North Window. 2715 Washington Ave., Newport News, Virginia. tSM* I a Te-establishment of the long S?n? Haylor boundaries, changed only [that they rap be maintained. No | murks ol the survey ever existed, and nasonihle human agency could ever maintain What was delineate nly on paper as UM llaylor lines in [ James liver. F?Tty ccirners isorac ol them in |M leu of waten and z'K zag comcannot be maintained with the means at our c nimand. nor would the State warrant the oxicti Idltuie of tetig of thousands of dol? lars to dr> so. (3) The proposition of my commis I sion. eudved afttr year,-- if mann? jthotiiht and purtical experience, HI to straighten the lines, having in view three essentials: (a) Few lines as | pc-sei le. i hi corners in t-Moal wateis. wher,. sXaOyi and watch h uses may be constantly maintained, and let throwing out is Uric bard liottom as possible in se>-in inn 'he two endri nam? d. Out pr posed line meet;; I this better than any other, and we have schemed and planned and tried In eveiy jiossible way to reach the happi'st eoncli.i-ion. Hi Not a foot tf ground thus lert , out is today worked by the tongers. n?tr has'been for years. Even at l.v. vvn's Shoal we have embraced every foot that the tongers work upon. And light ben. I may say that no | while tongcts work n gularly Brown* Shoal. It being; left to a few] I negroeg nearly altngeth? r. The cor? ners here pr ; ose,| are U?*' only piac ticable ones in shallow- waters that rill furnish straight lines and at the same time enable u? to maintain buoys and a wateh house. The grouna here left out his for many years been erupted by plant? rs paving no tax. land the famous Warwick cases?on which our predecessors spent thous? ands of dollars and my commissi :n I many more in futile efforts to keep planters hack, where no mark or b.'.tndary exists or ein be maintain [ ed?chiefly centered around lit own'a -honl Every one of the six corners [of our pr. posed line bj in water where | luoys and hmtses ran and will be j maintained, and by this method dou? ble the amount of r:ek rm be made [ prolific for the longer ?51 In addition to raking the] I planter pay for what he has N en I usin; free f r years, we can. under | ou.- plan, drive him bark from thous land,- of acres of good lock he actu? ally h Ids now wi'hln oer imposed j straight lines. t?> Today it costs annually tl.i to polier these rocks; collections. Il.istn. Within the mythical Havlor] lines <f ix.uoo acre,; there are less | than 8vc thousand acre, of oystirj lock. Of this live, the toegrr has les? than three thousand to work up n. Hy our propos-ition. there will he M.ooo within the |in?v; four th imands of it dow fertile, and from fonv to six th? sand that can by our prop sed method* be road* ernlin i0 from two H f nr years. What. then. I? the re? sult r Witn hilf the expendltare. we can double the rev. nue?. and give to ihe trmtni double the area to prnut ahly work ep a?to say nothing nth doubling or trebtins the outpu: of seed oysters, which Is a crying oe asand of todav. The ?trenn na opnoaition comes chiefly from two srsSsrss the ; Unter ha* been hohfing rl-h ground fc* a. without cant, t prey upon tne er. preset ves. and the tour- r SORE THROAT ? ?ftcu lend* to ?ouwthrng wore ?.<>wan s Pnrparaton girr? quwk rrlwftwaose tsmst. b<>ar^nr??. rr?ura. o4da mvA psrnmosu e^ who is misled hy agitators into be? lieving his heritage is at stake, not understanding the purposes au<| plans :.f the eommw-sion Of fisheries, not one of the fivomemhei s I ut who is op |K>sed to ahlishing the llaylor snu'v or taking ftom it a single acre of pro? ductive r. ck. Nine-tenths of these plant, is and tong? : s warn no law, an,| any method for executing the Iiiw? meets with their vi lent opisisition. Clashes occurred four years ago wnen We Ixgan to bleak up the * |termit" system and summer dei rcduting. and one police boat was scuttled by s class of this people in Warwick river. Dai'S gee ivmm>d. or sawed off uinier water, in a night. You are not fair. Mr. Editor, in charing tlint ?'?? are backed by the planters, for ,-uoh is n I the case, i tie Irytd bill is too mihi to meet their desires. In conclusion, pirdon me for re? minding you that y ur city and >our paiiers have for two years been prod? ding my commission to do something ??r the Jamc,, situation. We n>-ed only legislation, and tried two years ago ? o get it. hut had no aagjanwt. Now when wc ask to tie given marks eg 1> umliries that can be maintained and effectually guarded, we are mis? understood, jumped on, and our pur? poses dietortrd, with no alleviating suggestion rrom any sturce. Respectfully W. McDONALD I-EE. Commissioner of Fisheries. FRANK LENZ CLAIMS COLLECTORSHIP IS HIS President of Jefferson Bank Asks for Endorsement for Fat Federal Plum Here. Frank I.enz, president of the Jef? ferson bank. Is in the race for the m.mit.atk n as coHector of customs for this port He entered the race yes? terday morning with colors flying end with the public declaration that "it (referring to the eollectorship) is try plum." Mr. Lenz says he could have had the Job four years ago for the asking Mr Laaa was circulating a petition yesterday f. r his appointment am* is said to have secured a number of signatures to It NICARAGUAN REBELS CAPTURE MA1AGALPA Revolutionists Defeat Government Forces and March on to Take Crty. MAN*AGFA. NICARAGt'A. Feb. Hi ? The revoltitsmasta, l.*oa strong order General CasBJnnrrri and Mams captured Matagalpa this morning On rereffrf of the aewa that Mats raipn bad been taken hy rhamorrc the authotities bere declared that the city wa? undefended, the gn 11 i?saH troop* haviag evacuated n It ? meor.il however, that the insurgent* defeated General Forte Cnrrem. who was in cnassand of eight hnndrrsl men In *)he vt.natty of Maymur and tbat taey . neTrued onto Mat a gal pa wlthmt opnaition V 'jmii Lady Otaa ??? InnSSnd. STtlVTOV VA_ rVb in.?A ca? bles am fieai Cn?).nd today an tonne*-* the rea:h f ?*? Constance Aahbt<a>r, iMt of C ? Astsassraanr. citv mar sc r cf agaragna. Mian A^a Horner was a dassgMer a* Mrs C aV Aahlasan of Rlrooaeod. asaj fnrasetly ?r?d there. Bae sra* pciaa-apal el I Jacob* High Aetna* war Otrie In Ksss band ?he was BStJ-ddi- years aid ?ate hsiv? fcer aw ??her thr?e twrna e?at?4? R. Aifhos aanf ld*a*nVHaad nee sinter Vkdet. of Rtekaaowd. Hampton, The Coming l??ue. lust one tariff speech has lnen| made in tin pi i'M iit' ruhgiess. Hon. Itoli? i t I.. Henry of Texas tnaile He spoke strenuously for a lower tariff and fidelity to campaign pledg He limited President Taft's pre] [I'eetion promises of revision down I ward, anil pointed out whetein per I'ormanees fell short: ... in my judgment, if the tariff| I issue ran no dearly and sipiarely pre .ented this year, crushing defeat I awaits tin- Republican f? rces, and a triumphant majorily will be attested liere in this bouse by a splendid le'ni ocratir victory, with the people record? ing a verdice that no party ran bere? uter in.11.?? promises and then truth I lessly break tbein and defy honest | I voters." I'erhaps the tariff will lie the issueI n the congressional elections which | lake plare the Sth of November. Sen? ator l.odge's action in getting Cong ressman Mci tail's defense of the I'ayne bill in the ' Atlantic Monthly printed as a public document, avail? able for free distribution under franks, may overshadow the same thing as Congressman Henry's speech. Hut, tariff or no tariff, the Republicans are thoroughly worried over the coming congressional nominations and elec? tions. If the newspaper men should reveal the names of all the promi? nent Republicans who have said in confidence that they ex|iect a Demo? cratic l>nver House, it would cause ? party panic. The shadow of Can pi iii.-in hi op every Standpatter who seeks re-election. The long series of congressional primaries and conven? tions which will name candidates be? gins in March. In that month the convention will be held which will re nominate William O. Harnard. of the Sixth District of Indiana, composed of; the counties of Decatur, Fayette, I Frank'in. Hancock. Henry, Rush, t'helby, I'nion, and Wayne. -Mark, Sullivan, iu Collier's. Faith in the American People. llelief that there is continuous in-j ;rease of this good brand of material? istic wisdom, and confidence in its! certain consequence, are net idle' i'.reams of optimistic visionaries, says! IE. A. Van Valkenburg in "Success! Magazine.'' They are lertainties fere-J shadowed, not to the novices, but to' the shrewdest of the scarred exjiertsi in the game of pratical |>olitics. They constitute the aettleal creed of the most useful citizens in America to? day?the short term pessimists whoj are long-distance optimists. j These ate the true teachers of the! time. These are the nv-n whi see the rottenness cankering the whole social and business fabiic of our mod-j trn civilization, but who never for a moment are disheartened, because they know the nature cf the pain:| everyday, average American; and by grace of that knowledge, the certainty has been given them of the ultimate (Humph in this nation of right ideas: lnd ideals. They prcpose to cleanse what foulness exists, and not to ig-' ?ore nor to gild it. For they are not I deluded by the ancient lie that "what ! ever is is right." Improving Steam Turbine. A letter frr-m \'r. George HUBS, ng nouse nankes it evident that he ha? himself undertaken to improve the do sign of the steam turbine He has j 1 rought to the attention of the I'r.iti j iState Navy l;? part men t the merits of , is own invention as well as tbo.se of ibe Me'ville gearing, a mechanism in- ' tended t.> enhance the advantages de rived fr< m the u:e cf a turbine, though j Mi \V stinghoUjSe evidently believes tiiat the best result; can be secured from one only in combination with the ? Iber I. Is manif'-stly to the interest i f the government to inouire bow well . r .unded Is rhe faith of the Pittsburg invent, r and manufacturer Whatever . ?-an be saved n the space oe~ui?icd by j .be motive machinery of a war vessel may be gained for fuel storage and .'teaming radius That truth is .??nute Hence, every claim of san-h advantages, of simplicity of construe-, Don. of farllMy cf repair, and of other mpri vements. when advanced by a man of eotabttshed reputation, de errea investigation The chief quc* tron to he answered in the present instance is how the government ens bent obtain the needed Information -thall ? institute its own tests or ?wsi? the re-,ilt of espeTiments with merchant ships' A Mil has been introduced ta the t-gialature making it a atlsdeamor for, cay newspaper in r net an adrr that wlR produce intoxication, which ss a condition of mental excitement t-r esMlarattrn at times superseded by a state < f deierttoa. Therein we recognise a fell Mow it the liberty ff the drv good mer? chant If that bill becomes taw. n-> aasen shall hM behold displayed ta Ml page advertisement* m the Sunday raspers and in the fa?hmn plates, th of fa.r.nai.ng The rnndeH far <J.? pasy of embroidered hone shall no ssurc nhtrnuV thwnsnefrns SB puhnV. Nor shall the French sad Aurerlenu f*" Inf^ ^??^?o. nr oOf-d, noM?! ?wi J Phoebus and Old Point A GOOD INVESTMENT and a IIAHGAIN for a quirk buyer. TWO COTTAGES AND TWO LARGE LOTS FOR SAi.E ON A It \lISTEA1) ST HE KT. PHOEI?S COTTAGES RENTING FOR $11.'.() PER MONTH. PRICE $47.1 . EACH. Tin?:-<? cottages and lots are all in good conditions and only | reason for selling is that owner leaving town. TERMS. EASY. 1 WE WILL WRITE YOI'R FIRE INSI UANJCB. Ceo.W. Phillips & Co REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND BONDS. 8 South King street, 'Phone 50, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. Victoria Avenue Lot FOR SALE! Oesirably Located Near Yacht Club Special Price for Quick Buyer M. 0. LACKEY 18 F. Queen St. Phone 32. Hampton. Va. made, unassisted and in violence to nature, by "Our Own Corsets," flam;: themselvays ui?oii the pres?nee of Hie unsophisticated and :mpress:<.nable youth of the land. ?Cclinnbia State. LITTLE MIXED. Two Frenchmen stood admiring a pastoral scene from the brush of a young American. It chanced that the artist was in the gallery. "And how did monsieur ever create such a wondeful painting?" asked one In broken English. "Ah." said the artist, with a far? away look, "that picture was an off? spring of my brain." The other Frenchman was Inter? ested. "What did he say. Henri?" "I can hardly explain." whispered the other excitedly; "he said ze pic? ture was one spring off of his brain. Ees eet any wonder zat ze Americans act queerly when they have springs on their brains?" - Precious Pet. "In the name of goodness, what Is all that noise in your flat, ma'am?" demanded the janitor as he came up from the basement three steps at a time. "It's the baby." explained the proud mother, "and isn't he a precious lit tie pet?" "What has he been doing, ma'am? making boilers?*' "Of course not. Mamma's little wootsy wootsy has a musical ear. He thinks the radiator is a xylophone and has been trying to beat a tune on it." Setting Bad Example. "Been reading up astronomy of lat?, Mr llardapple?" asked the windmill salesman "No. son." drawled the old man. "Comet baset arrived ye?. has ltT" "No. but In the east a meteoriie strock a kitchen stove and rooked two eggs " l-ar.d sakea? Don't talk so loud If my old woman heard that sh'd keep breakfast waiting until a meteor ttr came. If It took a thouaaod years." saasisaai ?' *_ In Olden Days. Cleopatra had aent the slave for the adder Theres nothing Ilk* having a spectacular finish, she confided. "I should say not." approved Mark Antony. "Kaon poor name before the public and some day you may have nn Kgyptian cigarette named after Tom - For erea In those days the press agent was not unknown. Twenty HHI 1? Railroad Acodent. my Associated Pres?.? CHATTATvOOC.A. TENN . Feb. I? More tban twenty petwrte wtee tn jnred. none fatally, late this eftemooe wbe.i a switch eagtae aa 'he Central el feerasgta railway era*bed into a Rossviiie ear ?f. the Cajattanoona Ran way Craaaany ai the raierseciloo of taw two liass .a Main atreet. OLD BRANDS are to be found in abundance In our lines of liquors, wines, etc. Our bot? tled goods are a pleasure in anticipa? tion and a joy in realization. They are the best that is bottled. Ricn in flavor, delicate to the fastidious palote and refreshing at all times. ? Ouff Uorden Imported Sherry, per gal .$2 00 California Port.1-Uf Claret .1.0? Sweet Catanba .i t'" Blackberry . I ts? Rhine Vine, per bottle .See Whiskies, full quarts bottled In bond. Mt. Vernon .$1.25 Green River . 1 25 Melwood .1 Of Ove.holt.If*) Old Oscar Pepper .1.99 .ilngerheimer.1-IN) Old Taylor. 1 09 Piedmont. I N Golden Heritage .1.00 Hunter. 1 ?0 Duffy s Malt .tec Paul Jones . 7$c Straight Whiskies In bulk, per gal: MonticeRo.ICO Harper_.4 90 Paul Jones.1.76 Old Charter.2.S? Parkwood .2 00 Double Stamp Straight Gin -2 09 Bottled Beer'. Ale and Porter per dos . $Sc N. LEONARD. 18 Mellen St.. Phot-bus, Va. Horse Waaon and Harness at Pub? lic Auction, at 10:30 a. m. Satur day. Feb. 12. 19ia We will sell Saturday. F> h Ith at IS:.to a ra. 1910. 1 horse. 1 ssrsi ? nd harnnes. I ridtnc saddle and h-ndle i.ned anmt 1 worth. I new waaon breast strap. 1 Edtaoe. Home talking machine, l BsVye si ghtly used const stove. 1 Pranklln beater and new in? inavrhiae IIS W Queen St.. Wbit? Front Auction House. (Tuts H Watte. Anrtleneer II. SAND Cement Grawel. Crushed Stone and Building Material. J. V. BICKFORD SAND AND GRAVEL CO Hampton anal Newport New? Hampton. *nn?on# a. Oetiver sand. etc. Anywhere In Hemp tGn o** Wvafy^ajr^ Ait-nt ASjrfu Porthiii 1 C*.**mi. Nortb<llTipt*>sl Port !4daVdJ CfTafOlSt.