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TO DOUBLE ENROLLMENT
lolored Deaf and Blind School to be Enlarged. f - THREE NEW BUILDINGS Board of Visitors Lets Contract for Structures and Leaaes Twsnty-ffvs I Acres of Land for Farming Pur ..* - < * preparing io enlarge and improve the institution so that it ein he re upened next tall ? Ith double its pres? ent enrollment, the board of visitors of the Virginia State School for Deaf end Blind Children yesterday leased 25 acres of land from the Old lxrni.n ion Land Company for farming pur? poses, let a contract for the construe-' tion of three addit.onal buildings end engaged the services of two new teachers. This year there were only two teachers. Bids lor the construction of the new buildings were as follows: D. E. Phillips.$ 14.166 00 M. It. Plland . U.47S 00 Harwood & Moss . 13.233 00 D. J. Phipps. 14.8<6 oo J. W. Davis. 13.973 00 R. H. Richardsou & son .. ll.y?? 00 The lowest bidder. R. 11. Richardson & Son, was awarded the contract for the bu.ldings, and the bid of Britung ham & Finnegan, $1.275, for the in? stallation of a modotn heating system in the main building was accepted. The new buildings will be a work 6bOp and laundry, a kitchen and dining room, and a residence for the wntte teachers and super.ntendent. The beard authorized the purchase of a large quantity of supplies and equipments for the buildings, inciid Jng a piano. One of the new teachers is an expert musician and one of his duties will be to play for the enter ?ta.nment of the blind children. The other new instructor is an expert me? chanic. The boaid's po.iey is to Pur? chase all supplies in this community and this policy will be carried out m the present instance. Superintendent YV. C. R.tter was granted a vacation in order that he may go to Colorado Springs in August to attend the International Congress of the Deaf, of which he is secretary This organization, which meets every three years, held its first meeting ai the Jamestown Exposition. The school w.ll close on June < for the summer. Practically all of toe students will go away to spend the summer at home or with friends. The members of the board attend? ing yesterday's meeting were: Presi? dent Harry R. Houston, of Hampton; Ouilford I), maillt, of Staunton; A. C. Walker, of Walkerton; E 1. Ford, of this city, and James L. Taliaferro, of Gloucester. REFUSED TO BE BAILED. Drunken Man Preferred to Spend Night in "Jug." William Davis, of 305 Thirty-second Btreet. who was arrested last night by Patrolman Earp on the charge of being drunk, refused to allow Justice Clements to bail him last night. The man was jailed early in the night and had sobered up several hours af? terwards when Justice Clements sought to admit him to hail. The prisoner said he preferred to stay in jail all night as it was cheaper sleeping there than'paying sixty cents to be bailed and fifty cents for a room to sleep in for the remainder of the night Move Plant to Norfolk. A Norfolk company, which is to be incorporated in the near future, has purchased the plant of the Wise Pub ! lishing Company, of this city, and, will move the plant !o Norfolk. Mr. Brooke Gets Water Heater. Mr. C R. Brooks. IIS] Twenty ? bird sireet. city, held the ticket en? titling him to the Gas Instantaneous| Water Heater given away by the Hum? phrey Co. which company demonstrated ! their heaters at the office of the New? port News Gas Co. this week. 5. Cook With Gaa W. E. Rouse?Funera. Director. Filme. Paper, Etc. Developing and Printing. Epes' THE KODAK STORE. 2909 Wsetonfton Awe. SHIPPING REPORT. Saturday. June 4, 1910. Arrived. Steamer Hamid (Nor.) Perth Am |boy?to Chesapeake ft Ohio Coal ft | Coke Company In ballast. Steamer Hay View from Now Haven j?to White Oak Coal Company in bal I last Schooner Luring C. Mallard from I Plymouth?to New River Consolidat? ed Coal (ompany in balast. Rage Bombay from Providence?to | While Oak Coal Company in ballast. Sailed. Steamer Bay State for Providence. Barges Henry railing for Provi (dence; New Jersey for Providence. Sun rises .4:45 a. m. Sun sets.7:21 p. m. High water_8:03 a. m., 8:22 p. m. High water ...2:06 a. m., 2:07 p. m. Calendar for Monday. [Sun risea .4:45 a. m. Sun sets .7:22 p. m. High water ...8:55 a. m , 9:15 p. m. Low water ...2:58 a. tu . 2:57 p. m. To Load Coal Cargo. The Norwegian steamer Harold ar? rived in port yesterday from Perth Am boy to load a full cargo of coal here for a foreign port. MAKES REPORT OF WRECK. Captain Williams, of Schooner Aerial. Comes Here. Captain Columbus Williams, master and owner of the two-masted schoon? er Aerial, which was wrecked be? tween Cape Henry and Cape Charles Friday afternoon, came to this city yesterday morning and made a detail? ed report to Captain J. E. B. Stuart on the wrecking of his craft. Cap? tain Williams reports that the Aerial was capsized between Cape Henry and Cape Charles during a gale of , wind and a heavy sea. I The Aerial was valued at 9800 and her cargo was valued at 91,500. The vessel was loaded with lumber, logs and hardware. ONE-LFGGED MAN GIVES OFFICERS HARD FIGHT Prisoner Balka When He Reaches Station House and a Lively Strug? gle Ensues. i A one-legged man. whose name is ' as yet unknown to the police, gave Sergeant T. A. Mitchell and Patrol? men Woodward and Pearson a lively fight in the police station late last night before he finally was lodged in the "jug on a charge of disorderly conduct. The man, whose right leg la cut off just below the knee, was , arrested at Washington avenue and I Twenty-fourth street by Patrolman Woodward. He was raising considerable if a disturbance on the streets, but ; !??? calmed down considerably until the police station was reached. He balked there and the officers literal? ly had to drag him into the station. The man walks on crutches, but he can kick with both legs, the long one and the short one, and this method of attack gave the officers no end of trouble. Besides using his legs to good effect, the prisoner abused the officers with his tongue and they locked him up as hurriedly as possible. He refused to ' give his name. ENTERTAINMENT FOR MEMBERS. . James River Conclave to Celebrste Tuesday Night. i Final arrangements have been com I pleted for the entertainment whtcn will be given by the James River Con. 1 clave No. 252, L O. Heptaspobs. tor J the members and their Wives Tuesday night at the conclave hall. 227 Twen? ty-eighth street. The following pro pragm has been arranged. Piano solo?Miss Adeline Mueller. Address of welcome?Rev. T. H. Schwartz. Recitation?Miss Pearl Lichtenberg. An address for the Welfare of the Conclave?Mr. W. E- Puck et t Violin solo?Master Harry Austrian. Accompanied by Miss Ruth Lichten? berg. Piano solo?Miss Anna G- Folan. Remarks for the Good of the Order ?Rufus W. Powell. Piano solo?Miss Ruth Lichtenberg. Duet?Musses Adeline ond Irene Mueller. Refreshment to be served. Back From Ntw York. Special Agent V. M. Pet t us return ed yesterdsy from New York, where he went to carry one of the baggage thieves from that city to Richmond The alleged thief was arrested several daya ago at Kingston, N. Y . and is aaid to be one of the gang that rob? bed a number ot Southern railroads several years ago. He la to be tried at Richmond. Marveloua Discoveriee Mark the wonderful progress of the age. Air flights on heavy machine? telegrams without wires, terrible war irvention? tc kill men. and that won der of wonders?Dr. Khar/a Mew DM crvery?to save life when threatened by coughs, colds, lagrippe. sstbma croup, bronchitis, hemorrhage, hay fever and whooping cough or Inns trouble. For alt bronchial affection* it haa no equal. It reHevea Inatant ly. Ita the surest cure. James M Black of Ashevllle. N C R. at. No 4. writes It cared bim of sa edmrf ante couch after all other rwesamms failed. ."?r and 91 at. A trial bottle free. Guaranteed by All Automobile*?<:art w. * Cook With Oaa Joat Try O. B. 8 Cook %Jm Oaa. Sebject for Today Announced by Pastors, SPECIAL SERMON T? MEN Rev. Mr. deGafferelly Will Address Meie Portion of Hi* Congregation Particularly Tonight?Special Music at Newport Newa Baptiet Church. Rev. J. Kdward deGafferel.y, pastor of the Thirtieth Street Christian church, will preach a special sermon to men tonight at 8 o'clock, taking as Ma subject, "Will Power and Won't Power." At ibis service the men wul be requested to occupy the middle section of the church and .ae ladies will sit on either side. There will be special singing by the men. The even? ing services on June 12 win be for women. Superintendent John Golden, of the Bailors' Rest, will speak at the ehureh this morning at 11 o'clock, and the Sunday school and Bible rasses will meet at 9:45 a. m. The Christian Kndeavor Society will as-, semble at 7 p. m. Newport News Baptist. Rev. Lloyd T. Wilson. D. 1)., pastor of the Newport News Baptist church, announces his subjects for today as follows: 11 a. m., "Good Cheer for Troubled Hearts;" 8 p. m.. "The Matchless Life." There will be spc cal music at both services today. I This morning Mr. Sullivan, a famous baritone, who formerly was a member of the Bostonians, will sing a solo. Trinity Methodiet. "Heaven Discovered in the Central \ Star of the Universe," will be dis? cussed tonight at 8 o'clock by Rev. I William G. Starr, D. D.. pastor of the Trinity Methodist church. This morn? ing at 11 o'clock. Dr. Starr will; preach on, "The Difference Between I'nrest snd Rest." The Sunday] school meets at >:?? a. m., and at the same hour Judge Harham will meet the Men's Bible class in the auditor? ium of the church. i St. Paul's Epicopal. There will be regular services at St. Paul's Kpiscopal church today, the rector. Rev. Thomas C. Darst preaching at 11 a. m . and 8 p. m. The Sunday school and Bible classes will meet at 9:3u a. m. Trinity Lutheran. Regular services wil be held today at the Trinity Lutheran church. The pastor, Rev. A. C. Karkau will occu? py the pulpit this morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. A. T. Michler will preach tonight at 8 o'clock. The Sun l flay school meets at 9:45 a. m . and i the Luther League will convene at 7 p. m. 1 St. Vincent'a Catholic. I Services will be held at St. Vin-I ! cent's Catholic church. Rev. Joseph! j Priol, rector, today as follows: First! ' mass at 7 a. m.. second mass at 9:30 j m., week days at 6:30 o'clock. Calvary Baptist. Rev. Samuel L Naff, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church, announces his subject for today as follows: 11 a. m., "The Importance of Immediate j Work"; S p. m., "An Important Pre laratlon." The Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m. j _ Grace Methodist. ! The usual services will be held at . the Grace Methodist church today. I the p?stor. Rev. H. W. Dunk ley. oc? cupying the pulpit at 11 a. m.. and 8 I p. m. The Sunday school and Bible c lasses meet at the usual hour Ulis I morning. i _ Church of Christ. Rev. L. K. Groseclose, pastor of the | ! Twenty-fourth Street Church of | Christ, will preach today on the fol? lowing subject: 11 a. m., "Buried! Talents;" 8 p. m., "Anxious Inquliire Baptising services will be hold at the! close of the evening aermon. The mid j weekly prayer service will he held | Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Friends' Church. Rev. Claude A. Roane, pastor of the Friends' church, will preach to his congregation si the usual hours this mornine and this evening. A special ?eng and praise service will be held at 3 p. m. and the Sunday school win meet at 9:30 a. m. Second Presbyterian. Services will be held at tbe Sec.-rad Presbyterian church at tbe regular lours today, the pastor. Rev. P. B. Henderllte. preaching at 11 a. m ami! v p rr. The Sunday school will at Um uaual hour this more lag First Presbyterisn. Rev. K T. Wellford, the occupy the pulpit of tbe First Pre* by terlan church st the uaual hoars to-j dar. prvwcti/Dg at 11 s m and t r m 1 be Sunday aeboot and Bible ca at ?:3? a. m. Second tSsptrst. Regular servtces will he held at thej hwdsssd Rapthri ehorrh today, the tor. Raw. J T. RJeMtrk. preaching at 11 o clock oa. An Idea' Christian Worker." sad at a p. m . oa. "A Queadatsa. Aa Answer and a e*oa.- The Sunday ?>etd at the usual hour thai The pastor. R#T*T. T. gkty SS?* Ph!^odaf '^uT"WBs^d ? p. m. His suhjarts win ho: M taaj?"A Desire to Swa ?M A BAD WAY." Many a Newport New? Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Infor? mation. When your bach gives 0111 n< onu's lame, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set in. Your hldneya are "in a bad way.' I loan's Kidney Fills w ill eure you. Here Is local evidence to prove It: Mrs. M. H. Gault, 13i?. Twenty sixth street, Newport News. Vs.. says: tirst used Doan's Kidney Pills about five years sgo. I had suffered lot nine years from kidney trouble anu could get nothing that would help me My back ached almost constantly and It required a great effort (or me to stoop. Mornings 1 wss hardly able to get out of bed and it was a task for me to dress. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and I bad no further trou? ble until two years ago At that time I again took this remedy and it brought me relief. Now my back is strong and never pains me at all. Last winter I got a box of Darna*! Kidney Fills at Klor's drug store for a mem? ber of my family and they proved Just as effective in this case as In mine '* For sale by ail dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name?Doans take no other. ing?"What Is It." The Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m. Chestnut Avenue Methodist. Rev. T. .1. Taylor, pastor of the Chestnut Avenue Methodist church will preach to his congregation at tho regular time this morning. Grace Episcopal. No evening services will be held at the Grace Episcopal church tonight because of the absence of the pas? tor. The morning aervice will be held at 11 o'clock and the Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. in. Christian Union. G. W. Blick will preach at the Hampton Roads Christian I'nion to night and at that time arrangements ?will be made for the continuance of the evangelistic services, which wore interrupted by the Illness of Mr Blick. An interesting session of (he Sunday school will be held this afternoon at u o'clock. RAILWAY 8UIT 13 ARGUED. Contractor J. W. Davis Claims Demur rage From C. A O. In the Corporation Court yester? day. Judge Harham heard argument in the suits of the Chcsa|>eake & Ohio against J. W. Davis and the counter mit of Mr. Davis against the railway company The company Is suing for freight charges alleged to be due by Mr. Davis, while the con? tractor is suing for demurrage on the car service furnished by the railway while he was working on dry dock No. 3, at the shipyard. Attorney R. M. Lett and J. A. Mas sie represent Mr. Davis and At? torneys R. G. Rickford and S. Otis Bland are appearing for the railway. After hearing the argument. Judge Harham took the matter under ad visement. Several thousand dollars ore involved in each claim. Will Place name on Schools. The proceeds derived from the concert given by the John W. Daniel, United Daughters of the Confederacy, at tho Y. M. C A. hall last Thurs? day evening, were sufficient to do ?he work contemplated by the chapter and as soon as the school board de? signates the names for the public school buiding the chapter will have 'he names painted and placed on the schools. Meeting for Men. Major Berrlman. of the Southern division of the Salvation Army, will address the meeting for men at the Young Men's Christian Association this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Spe? cial instrumental music will be ren eercd. Memorial Guild Meeting. The Joseph Charles Memorial wr.il hold ils regular i . cting tomorrow at tornoon st 4 o'cloi k at the Pocshontai hotel. Mrs. R. C. L. Monrnre and her little daughter. Mary Minge. who have been spending several days In Rich mond. ieft Thursday for Lawrcnr? ville. Va.. where they will spend the month of June visiting relatives. A rart of the time will be spent wi:h Mm. Moncnre's uncle. ? 'ongreosmaa TurntuIL VIRGINIA TRANSFER And Storage Gt. to VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. HAULING PROMPTLY DONE Froffl?P?RGEL II An ENGINE FREIGHT. BAGGAOI, FU?Nl T?RE AND eAFEtV CARE? FUL LV AND WhOMPTLY MOV to REASONABLE RATES i? Marked By Fights, an Accident and an Arrest. NEGRO GIRL BADLY HURT I Child Has Arm Broken in Tall from Merry-go- round ? Showmen Fare Badly in Mix up With Local Patron? ?firemen May Win. Several lively fistic encounters, one ?StfBM acc.denl and one arrest mark ed the closing of the carnival on the Casino giounds last night. The acci? dent occuncd on the merry go r<-u?d. a little negro girl, ?hose name afgdja not l?e lesrned, being thrown from a "hobby horse," and seriously injured She sustained a broken arm and pa^n fill bruises. The foico of the tall Tendered the child unconscious, but she soon recovered. The broken bone was set by a phys clan. There were no arrests as the result of the fistic battles, but It was cur icnt'y reported rast night that two very Interesting bouts came off. It seems that one of the confetti seller j threw a handful of confetti Into a lady's mouth and her misband gave the csrnival man a sound thrashing on the mK)t. A young man fiom .North Bud also put Into a fight with one ot the ticVet sellers, It is said, and the cHrn.val man went to the ground' twice and took the full count on the last fall. He received two straight '< smashes on the Jaw. One Man Arrested. Chief Reynolds made the otie arrest at tbe carnival. John Whlttaker, a young holler maker, who lives at Z'-o Forty-third street, was the man ar? rested. Tbe chief said last night that the man was using profane language in the presence of ladies. A large crowd attended the closing of the cirnlval and a land office busi? ness was done by the various attrac? tions. The carnival will spilt up CS> day, a part of ,t going to Smltiificid. another pirt to Yerktown, while one of the attractions, will, it is said, re? main Basra, Probably Made Money. While no figures have yet been given out. it is understood that the LaFranre Flte Company made a fairly good sum out of the carnival over and above the license tax which It had to pay to the c.ty every day the car? nival Ojierated. This money will be used by the Bremen lu defraying the expenses of their trip to Alexandria in August to attend the State tire men's convention. Warrant for Manager. M. Melville, a trapese performer, early this morning swore out a war? rant against J. M. Shcffloy, manager of the carnival, charging bm with the larceny of $76.27. It is said that tbe manager failed to pay the salaries ot Melville and other performers. The liolice name not yet located Shaffley.j NO 30MPLAINT MADE OF NEGRO ENUMERATORS Southern States Furnish Nearly All of the Colored Persons Gather- j * icq Census. rrty Associated Prrss.) WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4 the 55,000 enuneistors employed in' gathering population statistics for the 1 .'fth census, 1.605 were negroes. Ot these 1,295 were in the Southern states. Secretary Nagel said today he had' not heard a complslnt about tneir work. They were appointed after ex-' am nations and thus he said, a good cbsa of men was obtained. EISENMAN'S NEW IN? STEP STRAP PUMP For Ladies. which Insnrea against slipping at the heel, bulging at the sides. Makes tbe foot look small and dainty. Carried In welta and turns Pat. colt. Demi and Russian cwik Any width you you desire. EISENMAN'S SHOC PALACE, 2e>S? St. 4\ Washington Ay*. Cooa With Gas. 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