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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINU (Except Monday) ?At the? DAILY PRESS BCILDINO, , til Twenty fifth street by tha* DAILY PRES8, INC. The Daily Press Is delivered by car? riers snywhere In the city limits fori 10 cents a week. Any irregularities j reported to the office of publication, will receive careful and prompt at? tention. Orders for delivery of thel Daily Press for either residence or places of business may be made by j postal card or telephone. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. (Payable invariably In advance). One Mouth . f .50 Three Months . Law Bix Mo.it ns . 2.50 One Year . 6.00 TELEPHONE NCMRERS Editorial Rooms, nell 'Phone No. U Business Office, nell 'Phone No. 181 Citizens' 'Phone No. 181 Entered at the Newport News, Va. Postofflce as Second Class Matter. THURSDAY, OCTOBER ?. 1910. PEOPLES' REPRESENTATIVES STILL HAVE WORK AHEAD It was not to bp expected that eith? er Mr. Young or Mr. Ma.vnsrd would be satisfied with the outcome of the Investigation of the Second district congressional p? 'mary election. Mr. Young, having been awarded the cer? tificate of nomlnn Ma on the face o the re'urns. wan'ed the action of tne district committee sustained. Mr. Msynard. realizing that the invent ga tlou disclosures would make Ml chances, as well as those of Mr. Young, exceedingly sliui in au honest, ly conducted primary open to ail comers, desired to have the State com ml tee declare the election null and void and order a new pilmfin Irssited to the two original contestants. Thus the desires el both contestants were in coiiflic with the demands of the incensed Democratic voters, who, knowing that the npaeftatsj ,it both had been guilty 0f grossly corrupt practices. Insisted up >n a slenn Matt ?a chance to select a party nominee for congress without referenc to the original primary. In adopt ng the ro|>ort of the in? vestigating committee and directing the district committee to arrange M the nominstlon of a in* c.ii.dldate ftora an opeti Held, the State DBsW t tee pursued the obvicusly p.x>per course. Wfiile Messrs. YMMsg and Maynatd protested, naturally enough perhaps, neither of them has legiti? mate ground for complaint. Th I pri? mary in which they i<articipat >.l was rot'en to the core, and alter th;, had been exposed both must hate known in their secret hearts that the Stale party authorities would not dare make either of them the nominee .*?????; I they destnd to do so. Moreover Messrs. Young and Maynard ought ' have known, tboftgh they appsren*' did not, that the Democrat c voters ot the district not under the control oi the ring would not hsve felt bound H s'tpport the nomine" of such a pri sassy, no matter which one might have secured the certiorate. The representatives of the elften? who have aided ia pushing the Inves tigation through still have a Job on their binds The diytnet committee is entrusted with the fMbj of select ing the method for naming a candi date for congress. A majomy of this rommitte?, already ha* demons ratet, that it can be depended upon to trample upon the will of the people >' given the oppcrtnnr'y. so unless tin voters' represents tires keep then eye? open all thai has been areoro plished ,a liable- to count for saaBf?? at the ftn sb THE QUESTION SHOULD BE SETTLED. Before asaktng a report u|?ob Conn rilmaa Hsrr.s' wa'er meter ordlnanr. the health ooeansltter of the eonan eacht to seek laforma'.toa coa-erntnt| this enestioB from other ettte> Mr Harris measure provides that MM water company anal', turn sh each eesssaaser with a meter and that th* essasnaner snail he charged only fo< the a mows* of water used At areaee): th* eoBBpany makes s ink charge o ?4. per aaarter. and aa m far the aasnant of wafer taw of iyi gallons per day Mr aatf others who fivor the of the axeasmre eaMhMkJ tea* ? Maisrwr af ihr fasaille? ?f te rm Maa thaa Ii* callow of water per Jay and that it la not r gbt to iM-rmlt these families to be charged for water they do not con? sume. Ordinances similar to this one have been offered lu he council on several different occasions. Each time the contention has been raised that it would be unwise fiom a sanitary Htandjioliit to t*ffil't 'he public to stint itself in the use of water, ibis objection has had the effect of killing all of the measures of this k nd offer ed, but as far as this paper Is inform? ed there never has been a thoiousti Inquiry for the purptse of learuinv whether or not the objection is a scuud one. It would seem that <he health com? mittee might easily ascerta u wheth er the experience of other and older cities has shown that it is essential that a flat charge for wa'er be made The city engineer should be able to calculate what the average amount of water used by each family oi:glr to be .n order to insure sanitary premises and properly woiki'ig sew? ers. When the matter has been In \ vestiga cd the council can act In-1 tclligelltly. If it is dmgerous to al-i low the people to decide how innen water they will use and pay for., then, of c< urse, the oidinance should, not be passed. f I MR. ROOSEVELT TO V!*IT THE SOUTH Colonel Roosevelt is going to !?'?>" j the South a visit. He Is coming as | the contr.butlng editor of The Outlook < and princ ipal advertising agent of that I magazine, and as a prospective raudi ' date for President. The colonel WIM be heartily received !n D xle and no I doubt will return to New Yoik witn j visions of breaking "tue Solid Souin j a? the Republican nominee ;n I91XJ Mr. Taft had such a v.slon, because I he didn't understand that most of the people who swarmed to see hini, cheered him and iiegged hat he come back again soon would go to the polls on election day and vote straight Democratic tickets. .?lr Roosevelt w.ll learn the same lesson all in due ime COMBINES NOT LAWLESS (Continued from First Page.) triallsm. which has been mistaken bv some as predatory wealth, by others as revolutionary plutocracy, and still by others as a cause for New Na? tionalism. That it must be subjee' to law and be obedient to govern? ment, no rational man will dispute; but that it should be made the sport of politics, the theme of demagogues or the plaything of s'>cialists. ever. good citizen fervently hopes lo pre? vent. If. in order to properly regu Iste the growth of New Industrialism, it is necessary for the Federal Uov ernmcnt to have more power than was originally granted, iet that pro? posal of new power be drawn up and submitted and let the power of gov? ernment, in keeping pace with the cemmerre of the soil, the merchant sr.d the factory, increase in as order ly a mariner as the agricultural ami ii-dustrial development. This New in di.strlalism must, and will, conform iis"ir to the new laws of the country, but it protests that these new laws siiould not proceed from the hot zeal of over-wrought political economists. It in the course of time this New Ir Mistriallsm. on account of its wide spread and far-reaching growth should find itself under Federal con I'ol let it be so; but let that Federal control be extended in such an order? ly way and by such constitutional methods as will, on the one hand, in sure the stability of our government, a* well aa. on the other hand, pro mote th?> progress of our country. Mr. Yoakum told the farmers thai while in the past they had beei. dis posed to bitterly antagonise the trade organisations, which control, or near ly control, many of the branches of commerce, they were beginning to adopt trust methods to work out th" economies of their business Me said: Farmers Organize Trusts. ?'Now the farmers themselves are properly buiMInc up large trade or ?.anlsation? which they may call ro o|.eraMve association*, pools or sell ing agencies but under whsteve* name they are operated they have the same object in view as other com mercial alliasy-es Reculation? estab breed for the rowtrN of the bu?in?*< of other Organisation? cannot be dlf ?erent from those which control or want sea agrtcultu.al Interests The law whlrh would flx price* for arti de? dealt la hv a mast, a pool or s -oBimcrrtrV organisation ot snv kind wouM give authorities the right to tit the price at whe*-h farm j.rotjttct? could he marketed under an orraalae.1 aasoriatkm or individual agreements Yoti are therefore. ?t?!l- ? ? eatad in the control whkra the na ttowat rr.tr.ent i^openea tn exer will he affected to a greater ex teat thaa aay other ladwstr* l^egialatton ?4..|w**ed for the control seat reap;la Una of the praatocta of tar factor* a I pile* jwat as well to the aendwets ?4 the sml Stich W-gt-latWm will regi ?ate the marketing of potatoes SM Osd through aerkultaral organ-ta r^gOPER CL07MES forMET^ See The beautiful line of Wool? en* we are showing at this time; most of lliein are exclu? sive patterns. We will make it exclu? sive to you, if you say so? no one will have a suit like yours. Every garment guaranteed to tit and to give perfect satisfac? tion in every detail. 2715 Washington Avenue, Newport News, Va. tlons Just the same as It will th* l nmrketing of pig Iron. Organization Necessary. "Manufacturing. (ommercial anil labor combinations an; so intrenched in the business life of America that we may accept them as permanent organizations with which we must deal in the future. They make for economy and expedition in business and Increase the returns to the mem bers. no matter whether they be or ganizations of merchants, manufac hirers or laborers. "In a few years the farmers will be organized just as the men are who deal in other commodities through! tl.elr organizations. They are begin? ning to understand and heed the ad vice of progressive farmers who arc! realizing that the only protection tm the farmer is perfect organization The manufacturers greatly increase their profits and proteer their busi ness through organizations ?Mull they loyally support. Farmers arc beginning to see that what is good for the manufacturers is good for them. The farmers are the last of the great interests to undertake or gsnization They already have sev era! thousand selling organizations in the country. They are realizing that combinations of their strength an.) co-operation are as profitable to th< man who produces and sells farm products as to the business man win fortes a trust, or to (he laborer wh 1 gets up a union, or to the merchant who has his agreement." MRS. THAW WITHOUT FUNDS. Suit for Damages is Dismissed by the Court. (By haeeassesd Pr***) NEW YORK. Oct. 5?Becausi Kvelyn Nesblt Thaw, wife of Harry K. Thaw, is without funds to par th cost of her prosecution, a suit tha she instituted nearly two years ac against James B Regan, of th' Knickerbocker hotel, for $."><? ooo dan iiges. whs dismissed toda\ ,n the Su preme Court Mrs. Thaw was ejected from 'fv grill room of the hote] while dinin with a friend and she sued on th* ground that her dignity had sufferei. Mrs. Vhaw's counsel made 'he >r tiouneement today thst she was w.th out funds. Taken Back to Williamsburg. William Knapton. of New York who was arrest?d here Tuesday nigh' by Chief Mitchell and Sergeant Webb a as tsk. n to Williamsburg yes'erda' afternoon by Sergeant Wilklns. oi Williamsburg. to stand trial there on the charge of passing worthless cheeks. One May Overcome const ipat ton permanently hy prope; oersonal co-opcratton with the bene octal effects of Prnii of Fig? aai Eilxfr of Senaa. worn reqelred. Th' forming of regular habi's Is most Ii Dor'ant and while endesvoriag t< form then tfce ssihrtsaco of Syixp c Hjl -ad Elixir of 3vaat :? kos*, ts' as hie as it Is the o*!y Isxafrre trblci irts without distiiilank ;he aatnra lactions and without debilitating an.. :t ts the one laxative ablen learee the intern?! orgaaa la a aatural'v henithj .-oodltion thereb? really aidicg on* !n that way To get tts beneffclal effects hey the gr.o'ne maLufartnred by ih< California Fig 3ymp Co. only, a ad for aale by all leading arnffffiefe Syrnp >f F'aw and rXxtr of aweei H never Bjedlrmes which make extrarrg?wt Mat BBfssaal I cahhws to rnre haht'eal ^nnstina*ion without pervwal ^oe? COOK WITH GAS SHE LEAVES $260,750 TO HAMPTON INSTITUTE Greater Part of Estate of Stockbridge. Mass., Lady Comes to Virginia Institution. (By Associated i'rvssi PITTSFIEhD, MASS. Oct. 5 ? Hampton Instr'ute, the Virginia insti? tution for the education of colored youths as residuary legate, will re? ceive *_??;?'.;:.>. from Ibe estate of the Isle Miss Al.ii' Uyington.' of Stock btldge who died about three years ago. Congress Frederick H- Gillette, ot Springfield, executor of the estate, places the value of the estate at $354.422. mostly in stocks and bonds MRS. W. C PERKINS IS CHOSEN THE PRESIDENT ^Wythe District Women Complete Or? ganization of I eSlll Auxiliary to the Protective Association. Ear the good <? Wythe district and the general advancement of the (Jiorg? Wythe schools, the women of Wythe district met yesterday after? noon with .Mrs W C Perkins, on the Boulevard, and tin.shed the orgamr.'i tlon of the Indies Auxiliary 10 the Wythe District Protective Associa? tion. The officers, chosen to serve utitll Jamry ], were: President?Mrs W. C. Perk'ns. Vice-president?Mrs. Frank tH. Couch. Secretary-treasurer ?Mrs. G. C K?bach. The auxiliary is anxious to put a map. globe and referaatM bcK>ks in :he George Wythe schools and plans 'coking o isising the necessary no'iey are now under way. The entertanmenr committee was ?lectcd a.asollowv Mrs Charles Hart, ?nan. Miss Alice Davis and Miss Car? rie Howard. MPTY LAUNCH IS FOUND IN THE ROADS Zapt. Fulcher, Keeper of Thimble Shoal Light House Finds Vessel Without Crew. Capt. J. E. Fulcher. keeper of the rh.uible Shoal light basale .found a taaoleue launch drifting in Hampton .toads, about two miles sou beast of he light bouse yesterday morning .'apt Fulcher is unable to discover ahether the crew of the launch was lost at sea. but Inclines to the opln on that the launch probably broke oose from her moorings during he light He reported the And to the proper u:ihcrities yesterday. OFFICERS FORGET TO QUALIFY. fudge W II Appoint Mayor for Vir / ginia Beach. NORFOLK. VA . Oct. .V?Failure on he part of Mayor W. J Wright and he entire town council to qu-.lify anaaraa of forgetfulness. having ieft Virginia Beach without ether execu tve or laglslatlH head Circuit Judge Vhite will appoint Wr.ghJ as miyor. 2t the remaining ^nrembets or the hsaaad council wlirret'irr. to power^ Ik became a question as :<> whether ormer Mayor Kramcron L'-nd would ?ot return to offlt-e, but then it de eloped that hjs original qual.ltration ? as impro|M>: and he had never -been n office with all past sets void. The court : uled that J P. Holland, ?iredecessor to 1 xnd. h?d ahandonet 'ISce It fi rther developed 'hat Vlr ;inia Beach has permitted her munic >al indebtness to exceed that allowed 'ty law and that suit is about to be trough; against the town. I"j Cobb In Lead. Cl.KVKI.AXb. OHIO. Oct. .'..?Aver iges compiled by The News shows hat Tyrus Cohh. of the Detroit team. I leading Napoleon Lajoie. of the "levelanri it>]in ia the race for the ?siting (bamptonsbip and the anto r.obile offered as a prise to the lead BJJ batter. Kilts a Murderer. V merciless tiurderer is Append'ritis 'Ith man* vtetisaa. But Dr. King's New Ufe Pills kill It bv prevention "key cently stimulate atomarh. liver ?nd bowels, prevent lag that clogging bat InTites appendicitis, curinx Coa ? ipetion H-adache. "hills 2 -c at All Lpjv?? c>ex a ?ton for HsCsSf*or?i*l. ?"apt. J Harry Bully and Otlcer l>a:y Cart^ in caw pir?y and iw and Mrs J W iteB Hope sad Mrs Not.wm rnnm< compTaed two/ a-?towioru?e aar tea wnUh left Hampsne yesterdtv for Rkbmond aber? faev ail] take a th. < ste ?, today .nd l morrow It s Tt-? Wend's Best No owe ba? ever mads a salve, latavrat or baim to compare wPh n*Kk?ea's Armca Serve If* the ?.ne --erferf beaier of tCwta. Cnrae. Berns, lifiiiari Sore? Sc aide. Bolla. I leers Fcxewta Salt Rhenm. toW Sor,? ihapped Heads. Sprains. lf> ?weevear* ii Plkr* Only tV at AB ara Jaat Aaste*. Fuller ? Ovaters are hexraauna b**? aa popnlsr a. his Dewl! freb aJ' ?tvtsa. Stf. i, Phoebus and Old Point THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA. At Hampton, Virginia CONDENSED STATEMENT, JUNE 30. 1910 Resources Loam and Discounts ... V .308.705 S? Bonds and Investments .. 187,317.72 Bank Building. 68,000.00 Cash and due from Banks 211,032.24 Liabilities Capital Stock _$ 100,000.00 Surplus Fund . 140,000.00 Undivided Profits.. 21,859.02 Dividend. 4,000.00 Deposits .$1,509,196.82 Total .?1,775,055.84 Total .. .?1,775,055 84 Your attention is Invited to this Statement and your account is desired. X X X X 1 L. SCHMELZ, President F. W. DARLING. VicePresident. NELSON S. GROOME, Cashier. After a very success? ful Opening We arc now ready lo serve our customers with Hats and Bonnets If you are not ready to buy come and look before buying elsewhere, as we are only too glad to show you. Mrs. AJyier Hull East ? Queen ? Street fClfY MARKET) COMPANY 9 EAST QUEEN ST. Hampton - - Virginia OF - INTEREST - TO - LADIES After a most successful opening, we are now prepared to settle down to work. We can assure buyers with confidence that our Fall Millinery is in accord with the fashions of the season, as advanced by the fashion centers of the world. Mrs. I. M. Stacey 31 East Queen Street. Hampton, Va. SPECIAL TODAY HOME-MADE COUNTRY SAUSAGE HOME KILLED LAMBS CITY MABKET CO. ? E. QUEEN ST. HAMPTON. - VIRGINIA. John Storm Hampton's Popular Price Tailor Fall & Winter Styles Received and ready for your in? spection. Suits to order . $15 up Trousers to order .... 9 5.00 up All goods cut and made on the premises in the new 1910 style. NO FIT NO PAY I 38 W. Queen Street Hampton, Va. JOHN M t CAlG. Man J SAND Cement, Grave'. Crushed St>ne and Building Material. J. V. BICKFORD SAND AND GRAVEL CO, Hampton and Newport News Hampton 'Phone 3. Oeover Band, etc.. Anywhere In Hampton or Newport News Agent Alpha Portland Cement Northampton Portland Cement eOLI OR. THER. 535 i. 6th * Sr?f SwS? Sm^riau. r? - ??- w Ladies' Tailor-Made SUITS At Prices That Wiil Interest You. Also a fine line of Ladies' Tailor-Made Skirts and Silk I'nderskiris. You are cor? dially Invited to inspect our line and you will be con? vinced that wc can save you money ? it her for cash or credit, and we can give you terms to suit you at I. J. GO! D.sTEIN S" Hope St.. H.impton, Va.' Chargelt! j While rebuilding gie? on our rmsl ress goes oa too; but we must have ! more room, so we bare decided to sell all our high grade wines and llquora at a "tea: reduction. These goods are all our high priced regular stock. Don't take our word for it, Just look at the prices. They will convince you. Sherry wine, per quart .15c Port, per quart .15? Black Berry wine, quart .15c Sweet Catawba, per quart .T5c Whiskeys per quart: Horse Shoe .85c Old Taylor :.85c Oscar Pepper.B5<s 'Piedmont.85 I Hunter .85". ? Green River.85\, j Bottled Eeer, . .40c and 50c per dozen. [All 10c whiskey.5c per drink. I I. W. Harper. Glad Hand, Maryland .Club, Monticello all straight whiskey. Np Leonard PHOEB'JS, VA. W?l Guarantee Bills. ?Fr Aasnetated frsssi mobiijc ai.a? oet. ;.?*t mm ?? IF ? YOU - WANT to bnv thing* cheap eansM to the an. lion Saturday. Oet Hth. at 12 3? for we are going to sei: things regardless ol prtrt ?a lot of chairs, bureaus, wsshstands. cook stoves, heaters, bed ? ouches, side boards, kitchen safes, extension tables, trunks, mirrors, enter tahles. iron beds. 1 National caah register total adder; 1 pool ta? ble bails and cues; ?hairs and other f to me lit ion. WHITE FRONT AUCTION HOUSE. H5 W. Queen Street Hampton, Va. M.F.Diggs&Co. Sec our New Styles of Fall Shoes The new lasts. Shoes for men. women and children. Now is the TIME YOU ARB thinking of a Hat Specialty Here!! IS RUBBER TIRING BUGGIES, nday rh. tl M..? HORSE-SHOEING. WHEEL ranten all - Re of ledi-i* on' WR?f.HTING WORK, GENERAL of cotton aad will not he, BLACK SMITHING. of the* h?ld nr. Mr ' ?'"? "mA* ? feature of repalrtna -t-ond-nu mt New York ihm *n4 ?tsrscntng lawn ayowere. Once ?taJrieret iM''**ent_ he BananMaM of ? een*eaaar hare, ale/aye an. nesatoa nf ike hankers of -bo. i r^CnliOnt tie** r?"C**Tlt #t??T WnfenTV*?,! 0 BTowtac e* of the evmend of the r*s?n*Me?rn CiseU| Oaniral tH cr rwnkers d>ns? an eeebnace swmNmf Hsaaa. hnanares wan AavTlraa baakers | an Ceetrt Street Tkea? 4m. R. L. TENNIS We have them !? any style Price to salt Let as msk your Fall Suit. We am agents for Kd. V. Price A. Co. Once a enstoeaer. aJ ways one. M. F.DitffsiCo. Me 5 Queen Street. Hampton. ; Vlrgl 1 tore rafter s IVril Cra???. Mil hi< k or srBnX an IT WILL TaXI.