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PUBLISHED KVKRY MOKM.NU t Except Monday) At the? ?^ DAILY PRKSS BUH-OINO, y til Twenty-fifth street.by the Till-: HAILY I'RKS.S. INC. , The Daily Press is delivered by car liars anywhere in the city Umita for 10 cents a week. Any irregularities reported to the office of publication, talll raosiva careful and prompt at tost Ion. Orders for delivery of the Dally Press for either residence or places of buslBess tcay be made by postal card or telephone. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. (Payable invariably in a?>atice.) Oae Month .BO i Three Montha .1.20 Blx Montha .SMI One Year .6.00 ! TKLKPHONK H1IM1H1. Editorial Room?, Hell 'l'lione No. 14 Business Ofljce, Ball 'Phone No. 181. Citizens 'Phone No.181 Catered at the Newport Newa, Va, Poatofflce aa Second-i'lasa Matter. WEDNESDAY. AUCI'ST 17. 1910, THE MINORITY REPORT ON THE COST OF LIVING. Win n the majority of th,.. eOaBJBlt laa BBpolataH b) the Baaata la a*m tigatc in'o the hifih t-ost of living pr??b-' letn nia'l?? a reimrt In which every? thing ? x eiit th" raal reaaaa ,ior th?? constantly ititrei-uiig co?t of living woe nion'mnetl. BObOtty was surpilscj. The BBBjoiitr of the ninimit'i'c, with Senator Lodge a.? chairman, was ap appointed for the purpoie offramine up tin? ?>? si yeas 1Mb timm, m M ?MB the view <)? having ;i:iy reaaaa si" ?hi. S? nal. r ' odfe im.l his majority ilul jiijt wliai v. s expea t.il of thi'iu. Thev 1 ?compiled a lii'lnil'll'iig sel of Bl BB P and .?aid fmt as li tie about file prv . tertivi? 'ariff and -is abuses as possi? ble. The Republican paM\ ? regulars ?held t',i ? rcimrt ap to the world and made the tnest of It. Now, jt-omes the leimrt from the ml nority >f the Investigating c.mnirteo. Nuttwallv i Hough, the Republic .ins wUI 8Sy that the minority ropotl is Just what was to be expected; that it would be poor politics on the pan ot \ i the Democratic atembara of the com- j mlttee to no otherwlae than xtrenuous ly stand i.p for thi Demoi-i?tic con-, tentlon that the proteo'Ire tariff and its abures are chiefly responsible for I the situation In which the AnieUc::ii ''ultimate consumer" tlmis himsalf ;>i day. Bat the raittor'ty proras ; Any man who reads and who is capa? ble if aaaierataadias must see, bal HI the Iiein-M'atic m. mbera areal into tin investigaron imhued with the idea that the Republican t-triff is rospnnsl ble for the trusts mm) a*-MMpaBeal ?rhtch in tiurr ar, rtapttaaible Tor ?ya-. -??I robbing of th?- consemer,] thty toiiiHi during the inquiry tht>; farts with which la establish the! ttiith of their the ry ftatajed milting i loluminous rep designed to cm ?Y un rather than ?brow :^ht ui>oai the situation the minority *?ys briefli that "the tariff, i trusts, ?ntubini s ard man op? ?I aa lnrre.as*,i mon? > sapftty*' are the tbtee MK>?'.antiai raaaaai tor ihe aa> ranee in price? in the i'nit.d Statea. futtheraior.. the Btaortt) members say iba? trbll? thej have not suf Bcient data i ?> appatftlue? the Osan a Of responsibility, they ha? doubt th i* t?>. flr. . nanvd Be 'be ". l.i.f ravah ...I tj,;.,? tba*we ta isi . ., or peiaalaatoa " tX*ri.ssiiiK the tariff, tin | directs . si? rial ?H. ntien to the w?**>ieB, sugar and other rrluattaVa thrcugb which forvnn ? ?rtlly *??;?* ont of ih. .-onntr> .. ta? *om* in ?r , ? ;ns?:ing ?-xc?*aal**-al P*-a>a?s to the Atnencar. maniif. ?"Tts-rrr. .... r? ? ?r.ai. that r**al-j ear 'hemitHtrity .rwpaart Th?*?,"! .'in*,h only v, ?at* hark pro?rr?,ve taaftB. t?*?biad tWjate trail* ?ha, ss?t a? l*?--ra??at*-a r*>aii*?*-t;tioo aad ?j i*P * m? ? ir ?-?at-? lili.-?, by iTt,at*>??*? urn*, anj aa?t-rp<Jeas. th**y are Utatf-d I carfy im aHUaat at a ftactioti \**. tataa I tata U***r. prtr*. plan th* prat? eft it Oty T'.a? they r***cr- the r-ast of *???alat*a*?naa aaaaaaa. ra-rtaa? aVat p ft pa rare ??as*-* that tbe paMir <r .Baiua a-aiptriyed b, th'-ta t*. la ?ba ?aftrajatd pro?.- - Th* ?asm** ot the asa*?? tra-at aad *P9*rr maiftatliia ara tmaemmp m am upar **. ih* t*m 'ha? ?*?/?? wraalal fall ,- th- ?*? w -a-?;. r*-l?-.... I *? ?a"'hi?1 aptan Oa tW ?haaaV taft ?" aasaaatrt?? .?? taaiv ih* \fitm ?aaaaat tfta? ~ aa-l ?*? trast, lac?r?t?! v, -jara? <.i-iiiii'' Hbiuit as liurou-shly as the thiiiu ?-< ulu I? <l"ii? a, Hl?cb ? report After ?il th.- ihii,?- ii- BtaBpla i'" Daaaocrtttk eaasa.isasa toll practie ?liy ihe win i'- atari akato taatf ??y, Staiiilin-? t.-ehliid th?.*?. ???ills i hat shut ,,ff fol?i^n iiillili? lilimi i"1- ?!'-??"'<?>'l"S ti| a(.Ill|??tl!lUll lly consolidations ?i- -i,, ara hunt? .1 aftty tn Mittag at fra? tl? n le-?-? than the for il-cn pri< ?? ?.lu,, ike ft* > '?''?>? -W*. " NO STREET BEGGING. ntjafcaMj m? ?"y in Hi--1 fount ry lis.s Isoa namb??- wiili HlOOl beKKar-i 1 han N?-?|i?iri Ne??- l-'or several ?i ais it lias I?-. 11 tu- i ?istoni ?il UM I ..h. .- ileparttneii; to nive in. ' ?1 hetatljtarM found on Hie street? the ?hoic- "I a?et?ii*1 ?>f? the siia.t nr golas "? iai1 '??'?' ***** n;>u''?'!'.!i must Ii.- fairly well known BtaBOBsJ n-, mil. ra ot .I'?- etttft, (at- M is only t--??is n? ? 'i.-i..iially lliat tli?- uiis:?-lnly Inak m ill.- faker with a lian-la??'I aim ventures to post himself M a tatraol ? or?n 1 lure The rule is MkmI ?"it- .mi! s-l.oMlii be ?TTlfiirced In a-U-l? . . Tbe i?i? iiuiiiiiii Virginian dl prnfraaltrnBl begging al aooaJderable I Irastk, ?aylng aaaaag other iJataas: K??ry ?itv owes Itself the duty to, talaiBlse pauperism and to elluutiat. beggary. FOf va*;ran?y ii lia? th. rlgkl aad tin- p..?-..-! a r*ar*lsk?bj aflrj forciag labor. For aelpleas ?am, it has tin- nklTajatina ol provi.iin-- aab-| sistnire. ThciV is no place for th? henear ob Um st'?'1''---- ills ralattoB to society demands that h? should j i..- in .ii.-ii bj ? ?stal lastaad <>i in- : ?li?|.lual means lie has In the piulo .soph.? oi 'Ins routitry no i : ?>a *i I t<? the, profession of aliiKstaka-r If h<- Is tie-' servitiK. it is a rellertioti upon the; statKlaril of Western civilization that. be sho-.iii! be toned to tba procartoos] anata a ?>f ?ifts gsaaaod from ckaaos; j if he I? unworty. he is a ? ??initial for | ?.vhom the lav? should proviil.- a lalmr; so certain and persistent as to lead ! him linallv taa appr?*- hue ?ne iiiai". j vfaability, if not the curse, of idle-, ? ? - Kvi-r? cliy slioiihl BtM tO it thai I those ??ho ?an work and will n?it go. to jail, and that those who eannot j work and have no means of support So lo the almshouse. HON. WILLIAM A. JONES. It appears that Hon. William A.' Jones is to have the honor of fB**mm back to Washington to succeed him astf as ?ouKressman from the First j Virginia district without opposition M ihe ranks of his own party or i from the Hepubliians. Mr. Jone? was declared th?.- nominee of the Iiemocratic party by the district com-: niittee, the failure of "any opposing' candidat? to announce himself mak? ing a primary unnncessaiy. Oi course this nomination was equiva? lent to an ?le? 11011. y?-t ?t must be Rratifyin-- to Mr. Jones to know that the peop!. of nis district are s<> wail satistleil wiUi him that he ?s to be ci iitinii.-ii in office practically by iinanitiuiiLs consent. Mr. .iones aakan Usa t?Uatrle? a ?? pi? ml id representan,c. and the vot? ers have ?lone well in_?:.in?; jinn the:. ? otiRiletic?-. ~ ' . =-?=:' CONVENE AT RICHMOND. National Mercantile Agencie? in An? nual Convention. ?"Bv .?WHinirtl rr^Bi? 1 RICHMOND. VA. Aas 1?", -With pra<li;.ii;- .-?try Li> of i.*iil<??rtan??f In the roin'.ry represente?) by proxy ii no* "h> w :s.'. the fifth anu-ii c?*n?en lon of ih? N.i; 1 -1 ?1 \ Mercantile An? noes began her. ?t?xta>. I ? ? t?-.? *.? bel until Thursday evening 1 W II |:urr. .at |?,?aaVst? r. N Y . M sa ?>1 ihr association, W it Th?>mp.--.i of n? .? v rretary, . n?i W;!l?.?m K.111..I1 ..f X-wark N J - r. ? Fatal Delay, ??ir William Cro ?ho kas l??*cn appointe?! a 1 ember ..f the Ord? r of M?-rtt. was ?m?- of Ute earlie?t amateur j?h???.? -?rash?-rs H?- ? \i??t in???ntcd ?i?h ha*?aaaara aa i?-- l*aaS m is.:.. ?n>i ?s? BaHaaya - ? PAe m*eti bs Taptj u ?.nun.l? lik<? ? bea ?m |? ra?h??r faanai ?M tellins ?he fo" * ?? ?I tiastax tke "laaiantai ? -fcealoB ??f ' ?ain m??di<ine ?bo*?M be adataatta v UV" ?n?w? r?i?d thr y?xina na? ? ..?? |.?, -...i? 1 >,, Saeaae -.?.-v ? ?: - d." be arm? t* mamerra,'?Ttt-Wts. Le-ses H.? Mev?*?>ry Abf??a?J. ?k?a?| Mb ta ? "raptetel*. m ta * ?'a*?" Me tslka ????-oBr-reo'l? ?*4 TRADE fiJMRE ACTIVE Disposition is Shown to Awaken from Lethargy. STRONG ADVANCES MADE Operators On ?he Stock Exchange Are Mor? Cheerful and Say the Immediate Outlook Seem? Condu % cive to Better Business (Ity Associated Pre?.? NKW YORK. Aug. IS. "lie stock market luday inaniti-stcd a very tie Ideal ?lispi'sit i.'!?, to awaken from its lethargy i?f the pr> rloasi day by making a aaarter of substantial ad lani's Tiadmg was more active and iniliraietl many specialties, such aa Colera.lo KiiiI A Iron; Colorado Bout her?; American Heer Sugar; Na ?imial Hiscult, American Ice. Central Leather and international Harr eater The movement in these stocks ?ai , batial wholly maiiiinilafive atid pre s'.inal.ly for acctmni of varions pools. Latter in the '?ai the umre active is? su, s. in. hiding Reading. I'nioii i a. iti.. Southern Pacific Atchlsoa, I'nltetl States Steel. St. Paul. Amal puntad flapper ami smelting partici? pate?! in the advances Rumors of a forthcoming segrega? tion of (?catling's assets were once more revived and received son;., t r?dente by reason of the strength of Lehlgb. Valley in the market. On the ftaeh eac*Bhaaja Beatliaeal was more cheerful, traders taking a*** that the imnudiate out look seems conducive to a better market. The opening, however, was ahnt st wholly negative In character. halas foeniled largely on the belief ii"U .11,'.'i..- ti ntiiiitciicics have alreadv teen discounted by the present price levels and that stocks are no longer halas pressed for sale. There ap? pears to he a more active demand for the better grade of bonds. The lrond market was steailv lliroiiKli.'iit with governments un? changed. Total sale*!, par value. ? l.'"'7,0i>n. Tot il sales for the day U9JM sh.ir a. including: Sugar. 7????; Tohae :'"". ft c I. 1,100; C. ? 0 4MP; U ft N. 7""; N*. & W.. son; Raadlas, 101,000; s?t?s Sheffield. 100; Southern Railway. IMP; pfd. ?MO; Dataa Pacific. 74.4M; I'nlted Htaaai r-ie.-l. :?l MS; v. c. C. 2,300. Closing Lilt. Ailis Chaltawra pfti . n? Amalgam ited Copper . ?>7's Anieiicui Agricultural. Il1?, Anierit- n 1'eet Sugar .99% American Can . s'~ America i Car A IVundri . 4?1-. American CoUon Oil . 61 Amerlcaa Hide A Lassther pfd .. 28 American M Securities . 21 American Linseed .*>. 13Vb A menean Locomotive . 38 ?^ American Smelting A Refln ... ?;'.?'?*, American gBalltlBg ?t- 11? tin pfd .1" Amerfeaa Steel ***oaa?lrtea . U% Amen, ar, SugT Refining .120 Aatericaj Tal, A Tel.136ft American Tcbacro I'td . M*8j \ 1 1 Woolen . -!? l.i Mining ('-?. . I"v4 A'chison .UP% Atxhtaoa pfd . U '-.> ArUintir ISifPA l^ue ..I13H ?'..iit'.more ? oiiio .".I"'-?1* !:. thlelai m St< .1 . . 2~ ? Rapid Traaatt . 77:n Canadian Pacific .U*% Ceatral leather . U\ Ceatral l.cMher pfri . I'M'-: Ceatral of New .lei-.y .i?>" Chesapeake A Ohio . 7."."-s Chicago ,v Al'on. 29*>*i i.reat Wesiern . 24V, Chicago (,r?-at Western pfd .... !" *? Chi..ig,i ? Notihwestern .1 1*. ' hi.-agi. Mil A Si Paul .127?, I st ba*aft . 73 I A Iron . :il ?-? Cele-.ado A Southern . U% .131 . 10% ?.' Ilutt.en .I*B ?;- Kio c.rande . 31 Hearer ?I **tfe ?*ftaa*te pf<l . 71 I'stillrrs Securities . . 99% I . 4 4'-; ?'? pfd . trie.14414 N-?rthe'n pfd .12" M torn. Cewtta] . r.l '-s ? ? f d . ' - ' , ? ? s?er . '?7 pfd . \*\ !r- rn.i . Il** " -i i .,.1 ?> **i ? v T? xa* pfd l?7i IIS ? ... OS ' ? ' -Tttls_PS PaTtaaa V? Railway St.-el Spring . Reading . I l "'s R. pulllic Steel . ;'-"u Republic Seel pfd. '";1? Rock Island ?Co. " ' '? R?Hk Island Co. pfd .U% S!. Louis A San Kran. *nd P'?* ?? *v St. Louis Southwestern . -' St. Louis Southwestern pfd ?? ?? 58 Sloss Sh '.Tkld S'eel & Iron . ,; Southein Pacific .'16% Southern hallway . 2414 South?-! n Railway pfd . ?"'?''? Tenn? ss-.e (*ojiper. 94% Texas & Pacific . 91% ?palada, st faali & West . U% I'olcd", Si lyiiiis, ?v Wi-i pfd ? t$% I nion l'a. ifl .MtHi I'nioi. Pacific pfd . United S'ates Reilty . W Cnited Slates Knbber . ?"' I'nited Btataa Um*i . H% 1'nited '.-.:utcs m eel pfd .HSU I'tah C'opi tr . Was Vngiuia Caro'.ina Chemical .... SHI Wabash. 17'? Wabash pfd . :. U% Western Maryland . "'s Westlngliouse Klectiic . ,;" Western Union . ';l Wt-rMllapj A Lake Brie . 5* Ch cago Grain Market. CHICAGO, ILI-S. Ann 1?* Wti.-t prices declined loihiy and then recov ereil. closing from a shade to 2Vfc ul' after having dropped froai 7, to i**? belotv :h.> previous ?lose. Corn dupli? cated the fluctuations <>f wheat, while oats kept within aarrower limits, fin? ishing w;;,ker than 'he "her ?rams., Provislo.i? general!!., made galflB, pork! heing the a? akest, closing Irmn .", cents? up fi H' i ? nis off Articles open nigh Law Cloae vV heat Sept. . 1H2 IOz*?j """Li '"-" IV?- . lair, a j, ,,,;.:.., , i. a *._. m:,'; ?a? . iio'i, iin-% inn\ no**? Corn? Sept. .. 1,3*4 (i.-.i^ 9?% ts%: Dec. .. 99% tl% ?>'",? ?.?V;! Mb, .. t;:? tSAA ''?- 88% Data? . Sept .. 3fi?<, U% ?'?>; U% Dec. . ;;s-*i :'v% :;v ?% May .. -41's ti'. i"-"-, 41*?, Vtess Pork, per bbl.? Soul .. 1140 :.'l K 21 -v. 21...:. | Oct .. UM 21"" 9tM tPM | Mm. ?? I8.70 |s;7" l8.CTttl8.CTtt Lard, per 100 lbs.? Sei' .. 11.4)0 11 '..7'-..ll !""' ILOXft] Oct. .. 11.75 11 s7u.ll.7r, U.Wtt X<>\ . 11.42'211 50 11 4L"--..11 4.". .Ian .. t0.CTI410.TS !'"'>.". 10.? Short Ribs, per 10O lbs? s.pi. . r.'.uu iz.it%llJi U.08 Oct. .. 11.40 1; :," 1 US IL4?H I Jan. .. 9.80 9.80 t.1Z% #.78tt Treasury Statement. WASHINGTON. O. E, Aug. 16.? ' The condi'lon of the Treasury at the. Iieginning of business today wa.* as follows: Trust fund*? Gold coin, $881,421,669. Silver dollars. $4$4,134.iK'?V Silver dollars of 1890. H.CTMM, Bflrer c?':tii".cates outstanding. ] Itss.MIIMlO. Genera! fund? Standa.d silver dollars in genera! J 'und. $i.::;2.M7 Current Bihtlltiea, tttMlMt Working h?lame in treasury office* -.- .: In bruka t> credit of treasurer or i the I'nited (states, ?::7.63'.?.I3?>. Subsidiary silver coin, "12" ,;1 !.'*? : ftiaai ;oin. Si .'"'!?7 144 To'al baiance in general fund, $*?'?. ?18.859. ^^ New York Cotton. B^ NKW YORK. Aig. 16?Cotton? ? Spoi closed quiet. 15 points higher: middling upland- 15J0: mifldlin" gulf. 15 ?"*? Sale??, 1.23.'? ba*?"s Future.; ?per.ed ?'??ady nd rloaajd steid.? (Open Hla-h Low Chaae] Ars. .. . ??7 15 73 18.80 15.71 - . . 14M 14 23 ?0J0 I4J3 Il is UM ?M '::" Km .. . IX40I un u*m 11 n IXJO pyftl 1327 1'. 17 1 :;:??; 13.49 132? I*-?* Dee Jan ct. . . 1 : if ^____ March .. ' ? 1-^2 1 Ma-. .. - 13M ' ,:: , June ...- - ** .i.ilv .. - UMs - - ??????*? '? New York Money ftarfcet. NKW Yt'UK. Ans 10t?Money ?j rail ea.-v. 1% riling rate. 1'*t l-r erm Hastig bid \%. '*?*** a? 1H T;me k*an?>. dull; *lxty ?*?*" peat; r. 8%: **ix *30'**th?- * CI?**-: Prime mereau'lV 9*'? ? | I x. ' ?- - ?iaews la Bwnhera* aftft er slr'r lav bill*, ani a' I ?4M Ihr d?-j?aad CommaW^ ? Bar silrer ar? 44 BaltoTtor? Gra ?a ??"?*-*?*? RAT Til \ . !?> B.HKAT S'cadv. a?prat c aa**athira aan ?rade. -#??>*>a s 4t*\*t. apt-4 M so 1 ami l RTF: Ont**: Hat 1 w^ffra -^por? 2 w-**?e**n di na?at fc" Taawt. Mitehcoc"? Starte T-**jr. 1*. v' ? * ? nf r?**t-tt ,iftr'-' - -?araa* aad TUm ?tiaara la-are he ra-tatras ta 1 I 16 Mitra?-*-??-* ' .r. taaa taWT -af W? ? Hamptpn,. Phoebus and Old Point 1.1 PAINTS GREAI ! MURE FOR SOUTH VOLUNTEER TROOPS ENGAGE IN MiVII : WAR MANN ARRIVES IN PARIS. Will Pretty Sham Battle Witnessed in Hampton Roads Last Night?An nounce Result Today. (Continued from First Page.) Maiiiiiai- th.- bin lu iiii-h ?li |itiK rlaVa in Batten Pai t< t, ab? ra I'-i<-itic. tha- South e\i-n mure than th?, fOSllOBS Mutuo?--. i!u- bocoad Bad Boat ami too West will have __i|fa_rtl.ipaala ?if virglnla I'ainana ? -anal and will th.-n-f ?re. ? ArtiHi-ry, el ?-oii-minil'i, **?1? !'. -Bdad ?land at the ?listrihinin-i potad of all ' the hist,ni, eld imjb n it Bkl means of the world. tUtCm by K. , Wool (Rln Raps) lasi r-'!'lua is intended a.s a delicate eoa Need More People. I night Hi, battle lasted thirty Present Washington Statue Tomorrow, (lly Assi- mt.-.l Pre?.? I I'AItlS. Am-, n;. Colonel James j Maim, ?-hainnan of the Virginia eoni j twlaataa, aptaolata?! last winter by the lenoral aaaaably of the state, to ?re BBB4 to the repabUc of France, a lu.ni/.? io|>y of !U<- lloiiilon statue ol Wssblactoa s< iii? limomi, arrirlng here today, atritapaaWrt i?y state Senator Don. P. Halsey anil F. W. i Kin--. The |.r.-s.-ntation of the bronze pliment io the Kren? h sculi>tor. The ?-eu-moiaii I of ?iri-setiiation will take -ion ni-.-.i mor.- people, nut. like ?,,.,. ..:1(] ,,.,?, -_. _____ .....,;. -,..?, .-?,*-'-?-"" "' o*********** ?'" i?ki h.,- ran of the <'<>-,?-r?. you n,?ed 1 ,,?',, , , ' ' ' "?"* ]***? ??- Vfwr,aJlaa on Thursday Ass that thorn, people should bi of thej\im\\^J^JaoaT 7?? ""*' * nabi aort. Feeiias I hi? way, I T^L?* "** ***? wiU * ****.*** ' -" Batnrallj ?yapatblu most eorslallyIal ,",,,,,""*i Moaroo today win, ererr pai-pooe of the Soathoral r1"' --""'1.?'-*-1'-.''1?- Coapa?y of Uaj ad foaaarclal fiagirai in its ?-nuns Btatea Ooaal Artlllerj manned ttioj i?, aaka the Booth know itself; uo'fooa m the Rip Mips, the little fort to make both the South and the na baLaf reptoaeBtad SS a hostile war-' turn realize that a greater nation ship ait ickin-? the fott. Captain Mil..,,, ' Brill be developed from th. develop- ' , .iiiini'iii'?.! the POtaataatB ?luriii, the n.ent of a ?-reatr Sa.uth. In your membership no political lines ar? drawn; your effort is ?o strive tor the aihamemcnt of American citi senship; and all hroadalpdetl men IhrooahOOl the nation must heartily ayapathlae aith you in what you an ?loins; to develop ami increase the pow? i- of tin- Booth and at the same lime to anus?- therein a ke.-ni-r na t:otiai aeaao. "With hearty good wishes. "Faithfitllv voitrs, "THEODORE l.OOSKVKLTY' GA1HRIGHT AND JONES ARE EACH FINED $50 Proprieto- and Clerk of Hotel Kenne saw, at Bay Shore, Convicted of - Illicit Sale of Liquors. Harry GathriKljt, proprietor of the Komi?-.-a a Ho: el .t Bay Shore, v. as fiii<-d $"?-i an,i coats ?nu required to tire a hood Mm twelve Booths la the 6UI11 of S.'imi by Judge Martin Kenny. before trhoa h<- aras tried yesterday ttfteraoog oa the charge of Bella a; whisk--? wlthoett a lieeaae. OatthrigM ?>?:'.s also BaedtlO -????l costa u.-r coo dai Hag i ii ?as? ? q ? tttoaable char acter, while !-.;> i.artender. Peter Jones drew a fin?.- of $?">" and costs Tor BoUtBg beer without licenue John Smith and Lucy Johnson. yo-itiK ?ttgfOBB. who were found in the Ketiesaw Hut?-!, when the p?l: a ?eon aided the hotel Moaday nigh?, each drew a fine of ?20 anii < st ? Al! the tines were paid and Gath right's mother and btother-in-liw be? came his rondi-men for the ST.oo surety requirtj b?- the ma-?istrate. Fay s. Collier and George W. Fields appeared as counsel for th? accused. Monday rrght Officers C. M. Wil? liamson, Albert Johnson and J. T. Ar? lington, accompanied by several other men, went ?o the resort anil proceeded to raid the -rartoca placea along the rotre. Mach beer ?a- found in taw art fa i*< i battle anil the "regular officei - -oui iiian?l?-,| the legalArs. The dring lasted, half an hoir. An.i:h??r sham liattle, in which the' Port?n.th tfoofBt ar?- t?> partltTipato, ??ill be iielii today, aad the coaspanlei will break camp iiaiiraruw, re'urtiin-? to P tstaooth after ten days of hird work at the fort. Ho Met His Mat-ili. The r.ussiau marshal ??ovurofT aras! famous as a jester and was fotid ofi confusing the men under his com? mand by aahln_ them uiiexp-x-teil and absurd aaastsflta Bat "occasionally', he met bis match. Tims one bitter January lii-jlit. such .is Kussi.i only' can produce, he rode up to n sentry and demanded: ? "How aiauy stars are there In the.? skv"?" ?a-?.? .?,?.. . u. ,- . . , F?ft SAI.K?Parlor suit, bed room lha soldier not a whit disturbed. ' dresse [c & m answered coolly: .I refrigerators, tables, portieres, bed Wait a little, and 111 tell you. .?.-rings, men. women and children's And he deliberately commenced count-' .???oes. mntting, carpet, rugs, show leg. "One two, three." etc. |<rase. cook stove, gasoline stove, bed When he had reached 100 SuvarolT.j lounge, 1 drop head machine, 12 laruc who was half frozen, thought it high) wooden bottom chairs. Come ami buy time to ri'le off. not, however, wiili out inquiring the name of the ready reckoner. Next day the latter found himself promoted. Fort Officials Named. (By Assoclat?-d rres!?-** '.VXSH'NIITON*. n. C. Aue. 16.? Ofltoials for the new land office- at l'on Summer. N?-w Mexico, which was created at the ?a-*? s??ssion of congre^??, liave !>oen ap?H;in?ea by ?i?lent. K-trirp-e H. SAlaaV, <-f Tas Vegas, has been r-ommissioned receiver and Arthur K. ?'urrant. of Clevis. H. M.. has ?een named regis? ter. Th.? jurisdiction of the new of tc? extends over 2..1?t<?.'H-?i a? res ?*hi?h formerly were under the Santa Fe and Rosewell ofltoBB. U. C. V. Meet at Little Rock. <R?r Aiwi^iatfHl Pre??? MEW MKLKANS I.A Aug 1?? Official ann.-mncement that the twenty-tirst reunion of the 1'nited Cr.nfed<-rate Veterans will be held May 1>S. IT and li? of next yr-ar at UttM Rock. Ark., was made ?onicht by ?"-.?neral William K. Mickell. adju? tant cenennl. and ? hicf .?f sta?T. Gypsies and Death. The custom of placing the property of the dead In their graves lias alway-i b??cn followol by the true Hoinauy gypsies. It is -lue to some old tradi Uon of ill luck atteniling the BOBtaataBfl of an articie whose former owner gone, and much valuable property is buried in this belief. There Is also a sentiment amoug gypsies against th? possession of anything that lias be longed to a dead person, lie.ause it serves to remind the living of I he d? parted and inspire lu them :i dre.nl ut death. The custom of burying the-r property with gypsy i*aad dates from the earliest history ad the Komany tribc-s. The time to be sorry about doing something wrong is before you io it. and then maybe you won't. at yiir own price. Auction Saturday, lf:M a. m. and Saturday night. . 115 W. Queen St., Hampton, Va. WHITE FRONT AUCTION HOUSE 115 W. Queen Street, Hampton, Va. Specialty Here!! IS RUBBER TIRING BUGGIES, HORSE-SHOEING, WHEEL WRIGHTING WORK, GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. I also make s feature of repairing and sharpening lawn mowers. Once a customer here, always so. R.L. TENNIS I'ampton's Leading General Black smithing House. 24 Court Street. 'Phone 455. VITO A IT Tliere's no**1' n-uuAn, ing iQ0 good ijD lor your chil ? dren Ami nothing that will give them more GOOD. VVUOLK SOME F UN than a BROWNIE Cheyne's Studio Nightingale Funeral Saturday. iH? ?,?n,?i?t?i1 PT???. . U).NT?ON. An?;. IH Florence NB**kl-l incale, ?vho died Saturday, will bel l>iiri??d with ihr simpl?**?? ccrrmonv : ^?iiii-diir afta?rnoon at Well'iw. llamr? ?I.ire. wherr hor i>arent? are buried.) A memorial Batata will !??? held ] ?? noon in St. l-anl? Csth'dral sr ?hp king will ?je represente?!. ??9 We?t Queen Street. Phcne 63L, Hampton, Vs. THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA? * At Hampton, Virginia CONDENSED STATEMENT. JUNE 30, 1910 Resources Lean* sod CMacotMts .. ?i J0B.7O'-..'-1-? Mooam ano ln?re,t?-ent? . %M7At7J2 Bant. Boeing AAJOOC 00 Cah an* earn from Bsnhs 211JJ32^4 Liabilities Capital Stock ... $ 100J?0 00 S-jrolus Fund . ... 140.01 i;d ProM?. 21AV?02 Divided. 4JM D?ro*t? .tiMt.lUM Total ?...VS.0V..??4 Total ?1.775J?5-JJ14 Your Attention It Invited to this Statement and your account is deslrtd. *%*%?% H L. SCHMELZ. f. w oahling. Vice Pre liQawa. NELSON S. GRO?ME. Cj *? '.r