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PUBLI8HKD EVERY MURNINO (Except Monday) ?At tbe? Daily press buildinu. Ill Twenty-fifth street by tbe daily press. inc. Tbe Daily Press la delivered by car rtera anywhere In tbe city limits (or 10 cents a week. Any irregularities reported to the office of publication, will receive careful and prompt at ttntion. Orders for delivery of the Daily Press for either residence or places of business may be made by postal card or telephone. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. (Payable Invariably In advance). One Month . $ .60 Three Months . Six Mont as . 1.60 One Year . 6 00 telephone N I'M p. ICRS Editorial Rooms, Boll 'Phone No. 14. Business Office. Bell 'Phone No. 181. Citizens' Phone No.181. En'ered at the Newport Newa, Va., Pos,office as Second-Claaa Matter. \\"EDNKSDAY. NOVEMBER I, GREAT DEMOCRATIC VICTORY. Early returns last night from the < on i; rcss ional and States election held throughout llie country indicated ? Democrat ic victory more sweeping gstf overwhelming than even the most sanguine of partizan prophets had dared :o hope for. The pros|>ecls are that the Democrats will control the ne\t house of representatives with a majority of altout forty. The signs did not fail thi!- time. The people nctanfiy have awakened. The Democrats fought this cam paign and won on the one great issue bolore the |K?opie -the tariff. The Re- , publican party having utterly failed | to (ullill its solemn platform pledges for a real revision of the tariff ached- i ules. the candidates of that party had, to face thai people this time with noth j lug to stand on. The "regulars^ de J tlant and still ".? landing-pat." did not even hold out more empty promises; < the "insurgents." promising and prob- ' ably hoping to fulfill, could give the/ pahUc no assurance that they would j ha able to control their own party. Hence tbe people turned to the Dem- I ocratie party for relief. Not only 1 pggaoaigtg who have strayed from the ranks in the past ten or fifteen years, i but thousands and thousands of old ? line Republicans supported the Dent- j ot-ratic nominees a: the polls this ? year. The Republicans charge that I the Democrats will not carry out their promises, but the people know that ' the llcpubiiians have year after year 1 repudiated their pledges and grown I mure and more subservient to the great predatory si>eeial 'interests. I 1 nless the Democratic leailers tor- 1 ribly disapinilnt ths members of the lank and tile of the party as well as the outsiders who have come into the i>arty this tim>>. a tkaaaoorat will'I !*? assnaal hisjUaasR in IMS. The| people !ia\e pinned their faith to the; party, and if the Democratic majority in the house during the next two' years adheres to Iteniocrntic prin? ciples Mini makes such a start as it reasonably ran toward bringing about n real downward revision of tari? schedules, the I ?etat? rath> landslide in I'.M'J will ht even greater than that of II?H?. Of course, with the Senate controlled by the Republican. as it probably will t?-. and with a Repubh can President in the White House, the house will not lie able to accomplish a treat deal Hut If the l?eniocratlc majority will simply do what it can. and demonstrate its desire to do more alien the reigns of government are turned o?er to Hie party, that will be ail lb-- i>eoplc ian or will demand. At 'he time this article was written returns from Virginia districts were incomplete, bot the indication; were thai the Old Dominion bad distin sjatshed hrrself by sending a svIM In-asorratir delegation to the boose for the first time in teanv veers. C!TY SHOULD APPEAL TO JUDGE TYLER FOR RELIEF. Mat ?? Jones or the ctly coun< il. or both ought to addres* an oflMal roasmunicatiofl '<> Judge Tyler of ?he Orrtrlt Court of Warwick County, ask Ing hint to take such steps er mat ha necessary to rieaa out Wood held Nr-wport News has permitted this dis r^;-itsbie hol?- prsrticslly wnhin the ctty to exist Is sll its dirtiaeaa tea tons already. Judge Tyler evtdeutlv has no ides of whsl goes on in Blood ?eld aad it spewsrv that nohody U RH Hill to teti hua. Therefore, sie. c Newport New, Je vitally interested It is the doty of the city offsrtal* la so? to R that the facta are laid before ran Judge RksidftoK. Ihoeah physically a pert af tats okty. st to Warwick reessty. swlsest of the o*f limits Tbe eoarfk ?rtr thJe of Tweattoth >treei fc> (a Werwfc* meaty. fRnodavw. walk* Mm northerly aide It In Newport News. The settlement, like the rest ot the county, is under the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court, and Is supposed to be policed by officers appointed by the Judge of that court Since all of the settlement Is wtthln a mile of the limits of the city, the city ha> the right of exercising patsSS jurisdiction in the territory and the Corporation Court has concurrent Jurisdiction in criminal cases. However, it never has been the policy of the city au? thorities to exercise Ibis right. There are two reasons for this. In the first place, since the Circuit Court deals direitl.v with Hloodtield and apitoints police officers to enforce the law there, the locnl authorities have felt that it was pro|>er for them to keep hands off except in extraordinary cases. In the second place, the city police force is none too large for the terri? tory actually within the municipal limits, and at least two extra men would be needed If I be department should undertake to keep llloodneld in order. This paper is not dis|io:cd to criti? cise the poMcy pursued by the city authorities in the |tast. Hut the limit of endurance has been iwssed. An oScial npiK'al for relief should bsj made to Judge Tyler, and if the jndRC fails to appreciate Ike necessity for hi (ion. the city should act in its own defense. Probably most beneficial re? sults tin-!! be obtained without un? dertaking to police the tcrrito^ reg? ularly. IVriiHlir.il raids on gambling tSJaS, a round up of variant.-; now and then and, if necessary, a few war ranls sworn out against county offi? cer;- themselves would do much to? ward gattlag rid of the worst feature* of this blot on the Peninsula. PENNY POSTAGtU Penny pos^a;;.-' in lieing serioii-lv talked of BOW, and it may be that in spite of dka T.orntLus postal deficit of the pssi few years wt> will be seuii-. itig letters through the mails for on" cent in the near ruuire.i The Wash? ington Post says: Tb.?- postultie.' department is nearer the people than all others, and there is mi more reason that, it should jhow a Mir pi ii* than that the state iepartment shoulo cover monev into the treasury. It world be impossible to re? in. ?? postage without a tenfold ben. ti: to business, compared with the 1 ?:u-l! i> might make in the postal re? ceipts. Put the letter postage to one cent the ounce tomorrow, and the re Fiiltlng advantage to the people in uross would cover anv possible short? age in the post office accounts. ? * ? N:>bo<ly looks for a surplus frcm the war or navy, and we bear their deficits, hundreds cf millions, without i murmur and cheerfully. That Is for national def. use W hy not have a postal deficit of half as much? That is for commercial advancement and prcmotive of in < Hi otuni development. If the outrageous abuses of the Praakhxsj saivfansja wer.? stepped and the affairs of the department general? ly conducted in a more business? like way. we might have the penny postage without adding greatly to the present deficit. JONES ELECTED TO SUCCEEyiMSELF (Continued From Second Page) Votes on amendments thrown out 3? For Congress. Jones, IM. Wig*, Be, Townsend. 10. Schade, K Vote on Amendments. For amendment to section 7l\ pgainst. 13G. For amendment to >.~rtion :>7. agains*. 111. For a mend m. n- 10 sectmn, 11?. 9S: against. I?7 For amendments to sections il3-|*n li; against, log. WARWICK COUHTY VOTES FOR Alt OF MEHOmNTS William A Jones Gets Maior>ty o? Porty Over George Neima Wise ? Vote la Rather Light W iib a total vote of 74 ca-i in the entire county. Warwirk roeniv yester? day vo??fl for all foer of the amend meats to the ronstitutlon the major lilra tieir.c froas seven to fi'tren Wtl liam A Jones received a 'otal vot? of against 1? for ?eorgr NXex* Wise N'ltber Townsend aor Srbad> received a slnsle vote ia th* county and Mr Jone? majontt si> forty Kol towing i? the snmasarv ia War wwh Per Congress. lot?r? .".7 Wisv. 17. Tnwasnad. a. t*-haos> a. For amendsaen? lo section 4?. 32: agaln-t 2'. For ssar sdanswt to srrtlne %%\ 4*: I asjalnst. 2?V j For amendment to sertlne IIa. ?: Par assrwdssrnt to aertloa 11> 1Z" 7*. aanlnst. U The erae by ss^esart* Total vote cant. tl. % otrs for rwsjgjpaga Th? realization of an idea] U accomplished when you buy one of our Fall Suits or Overcoats The new, ruughlsh gray* and browns, so popular among well dressed men, are to be found hero. $15.? 0 to $27.50 2715 Washington Avenue, Newport Newa, Vn. Votes for amendments thrown out. 1. Vote for Congress. Jones. 10. Wise. 4. Townsend. 0. Schade. 0. There were five votes cast for each r>f the four . amendments and three votes east again.-1 each of them. STANLEY PRECINCT. Total vote east. 3d. Thrown out. ?>. Vote for Congress. Jones. 2*. Wise. 3. Townsend. o. Schade, o. Seventeen votes were cast for each ft the four amendments to the eonsti lution and thirteen votes were cast igainst each of ehem. DENBIGH PRECINCT. Total vote ca:-t. 30. Thrown out, 0. Vote for Congreea. Jones, 2C Wise. 10. Townsend. 0. Scbade, 0. For amendment to section 46. 10; against. 19. . For amendment to section ">f. 18; against. 9. For amendment to saction 110. 17; against. 10. For amendment to-section llf?lfft. 17; against. 10. ONES SWAMPS WISE IN YORK COUNT/ PRECINCT >emocratic Candidate For Congress 137 to 4 For Republican?Three Amendments Carried. Returns from enly one precinct in fork e>un\v were obtainable last ufcht That precinct was Poquosork ind in* i CoajSp asaaaaJ .Tones swamped teorge N'elnis Wise, his majority !>.? ng 133 out of 14,"> votes cast. Mr. Wise received but four votes in the irecinct. Townsend. the Socialist can lidate. received one vote. Three of the four proposed amend nents to tfv> S'ate Constitution werr ?arried hx overwhelming msjorities The amendment to section 4??. cxteno ng the sessions of the legislsture. ?l; ro*^d d'.wn. ]34 la B, but the atr.cnd nent c section :><i. limiting the read ng of hflls was carried, 137 to 4: the ? mendment to section 110. allowing he treasurer*- and commissioners of he revenr.? in the counties to sue ee?l themselves, was earn- .1 h\ 13?. o 3. .nd tbe amendment to sections lla-Ko. all: wing treasurers and corn nif .-ioners rtj th." revenne in 'he rltiej ?o seccoed 'bcmselves. was carried ?v 1.T7 to 1. VAN CHARGED WITH LARCENY IS L0CATEC A. E. Withtogtoe, Ar'ctted at Geids boro. N. Cm May Get Off by Returoinj Goods. Chief '( police Mitchell was notified vrstrrday of the srrc.t of A K. With mgton. wanted in this ritv on tae charge of rrand larceny, in frotdsboro. N f ?TUklagten Is rh.rged w| h rtaafhag a tailored sol: and a chit 'atae bag. both valued at a bo it $-?. from I w Fov of this rrtv. Th? (?oldrtf ro chief of police, la bl? ?ne?- j ?age a'ir.oiin- ng it-.* arrest, stated that W ?? rtoo ??, willing to re or a lo Siewpnrt \. eaj witbeet making ??weMe. or ?<wiM ship th- articles si Hted to have beea stolen If that ??ei?d he sai isfeeterv. As r?lef Mitchell ws? practically certain that I- would be impossible to convict With ngtea ,.f a rriav. bo tev-graphed ha' He .-.-turn of |fja articles weald be sairsfsriory to Foa It r-evos thai WMhtagtnn. while llvtag bere ha the same apartm-st hoarse etth la the ?ame apartment hour- .with f* ?tveve way cot poseessinn of ?Be satt sad chetelelar beg beloagiac to F?.v ? wife Fm knew be had the ^clicks, aad sad talhed to WlthlarTi Sh rr-lnrnlnt b .-tore te~ 1st 'er Is .he .(,.. , n^r ^ fIr cosastance? ChW aiHchefl did no _H ? r '"Old he r"?Tided Hamptor CLOSE INMM; RESULT NOTKNOWN (Continued From First Page.) carried in the city by majorities ranging from to N9. DANVILLK. VA. Nov. 8 -Danville. In the Fifth district, gives Saunders, I ?< mr.i i at, '.>'. : a 1'arsons. Republican, 219. Democrat" majori; y, 753. ROANOKE. VA.. Nov. 8 ?Bristol ] [city, in the Ninth district. Rives Stu? art. Democrat .'7.'. majority, a Demo [ cratic gain of 7 LYNCHbl'ltC VA., Nov. 8 ?With I megre returns .it hand, Congressman [Carter Class imates bis majority will be ."..noil .mi Allison. Socialist. I for congress from the Sixth Virginia j I district. The vote was generally very j light. Result in Fourth. PETHRSBI'INi. VA., Nov. S ?The| Fourth district returns Turnbull, Dem? ocrat, cuoppo.-...!. to congress by I about one-tbir.| normal rota, and de? feats all four amendments. The vote j In Petersburg complete: For Turnbull. I 490; for amendments, 14H: against |ameudm?nts. 128. NORFOLK. V A . Nov. 8.?First re? turns from til/- Second Virginia dis? trict, coming from Virginia Beach, show: Holland. Democrat, ::::: Rurabfe, Hepiiiilicpn, 81. Against all eonstitu Itlonal amendnion s, 47: for amend? ments, 0. Co In For Wholesome Fun. Those who Irs to do without rcrea. tion pay the penalty in arrested de? velopment. They dry up. Their lives become juiccless and uninteresting. They do not gel rid of the brain asb from one day to another, and the mo? notony of usins; the same faculties a greRf many hours each day without change or diveision will soon so dete. riorate'the mind that it will lose its elasticity, its |s?wer to rebound, <m<i the brain will operata i" a perfunc? tory manner, instead of wiih strong, vigorous action, and will produce nothing original or great. A multitude of people, however, lose 'he very goorj they are e.eeklng in their recrention by indulging in pleas? ures which demoralize, weaken, snd which instead of making them fres? ?r and stronger for their next dav's work, leave a demoralizing reaction <?nd exhaust their vitality. Their "good time" does not accomplish the end sought, because they cannot dis? criminate betw.een innocent amuse? ment, which sends a healthful giow il through the whole nature, rebuilds, rejuvenates, refreshes, restor.es all the-J life forces to their ncrmal condition, and 'he pleasures which exhaust tie vitality, deplete the life forces. Those people confuse fun with dissipation An> thing which lessens your seli-re ?pect, which you are ashamed to men? tion to your mother or sister, which makes you think a little Less of your ?elf. is dis.-ijtation?no: good, whole? some, fun ?Success Magazine. Staying In at Recess. N. G Mclntosb. trustee cf Wright township, Greene county, has placed a ban on I he time-honored custom of punishing school children by keeping ?them In at recess. "Die order has, been Issued tfc all l$e teachers In-the towpshlp and reported te the .state bosrd . f health, which has hearCly; indorsed it In his letter reporting the order. Trustee Mcin'osh wrote: "I do not itclieve it is right to pun? ish children by denying them the itctvlL-ge cf adding to their health and strength." When Dr. .!. N. Hurty. secretary of the board, received ana report he made a long mark on his desk br~t ?er. "Atvt her sign of progress." ha said.?Indianapolis News. - -t POINTED PARAGRAPHS It's Ss useless to worry as It is to tell people not to worry. j More men have been ruined byi schemes then by had associates. I It's -ie\er too late to mend?except i when you find yourself broke Talk is m cheap that most of it1 has to be disposed of st a discount.' Costly experience is a drug in the market when yon atumpt to sell it j With the ? v.cpti.m of money there is nothing herder to keep than an umbrella. And von ran.never judge the value of anvthtng people quarrel ovwr by (he six* of the quarrel Mori"! :- something Wins' of us -l>end a lot of la a atrenunu?. effort ?o get soBw 'hing for nothing. ?Chicago News. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR Good manners ran run a clone race far sac csea with brains Who rM< v away ton fast on horse bach, walk- borne afoot and Hasping. Rone, withered te aahet ? when they were rmn the right sann, bloom for erev to a woman. Girls tske sack an ac urale mean-' ore of (heir brothers R's sneer they never do of any other mar. I A man ir:nka Sfty cewta la a cop per when he la spendin? It on him self ?ml IIa when an his fassOy ?Mew Teck Pram. I Rot Vs... Mts I^ioSmaa ?Aren't you sskstned in n.m~ home la thss enadflsoa* I Lssshmaa A Named* Woran I ain't even frat.i -R??.o? Trane? ript l, Phoebus and Old Point Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA. At Hampton. Virginia CONDENSED STATEMENT, JUNE 30, 1910 Resources Loans and Oiacounta .. .91,308,705.88 Bonds and Invaatmenfa .. 187,317.72 Bank Building. 68,000.00 Caan and due from Banka 211,032.24 Liabilities Capital Stock ....9 100,000.00 Surplus Fund . 140,000.00 Undivided Profite.. 21,859.02 Dividend. 4,000.00 Deposits .$1,509,196.82 Total .11,775,055.84 Total .11,775,055 S4 Your attention Is Invited to this Statement and your account Is desired. A: X X X VI. L. SCHMELZ, President. F. W. DARLING, Vice President. NELSON 8. GROOM E, Cashier. Taft'a Trip to Virginia. "'WASHINGTON. II. ( .. Nov. S.? President Taft's Panama trip will oc? cupy only t weife day;, according to present plans. Returning from the isthmus, the President will come ashore at Charleston the night of No? vember 22. He will proceed to Rich? mond. Va by train and make an ad? dress before the Virginia School Teachers' Association in that city No? vember 23. Returns from Long Trip. WASHINGTON. D. C Nov. S ? Rrontcd by the suns of many lands. Jacob ht. Dickinson, secretary of war. reached here tonight after a globe girdling journey extending over more than three months. His party, which included Mrs. Dickinson, were met at the station here by Major General Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the army, and other attaches of the war department. Returna to Panama. MANAGI'A. NICARAGUA. Nov. S ?Thomas C. Dawson. the American minister to Panama who lias been here ,or the past few weeks, as sp" rial minister of the Culled States gov? ernment to in/t * ligttte the b.ian ill situation, retu.n i' to Panarn yeat day on the steam Mr S3'i luan ? More Cases of Cul ? a ROME, N. T., Nov. 8.?Four cases of cholera have been report-d iatfttif the past twen'y-four m0*t ...ore have been no deaths from .lit disease during that period. Saving Webster's Birthplace. Better late than never may be said of the movement now formally organ? ized by the Hon. William ?E Chandler and other distinguished citizens of New Hampshire to preserve the house at Franklin in that State in which Daniel Webster was born. It is a humble dwelling, and is rented to whomsoever wants an inexpensive habitation, in the natural course of events it may speedily be "improved"' out of existence to make way for a more immediately profitable invest ment of the capital of its present proprietors, a building and loan asso? ciation^. One - nkrelf thick* ef Destel Web? ster; d* a f rant leys men. yet wnen ut- j fath. r. Col. Webster, built this hons<v Salisbury, which has been succeeded by Franklin, was the northernmost settlement in New England. That was in 1761. and Webster, a young veteran of the old French war." who attained his colonelcy jrearg afterward In the :ervice of the I'nited States, kept a sharp lookout against wandering In? dians who might have only pretended to lay down the tomahawk. From the merely material point of view, the enterprise undertaken hy Mr. Chand ler and bis associates ought to prove successful. I There Is s -toady pilgrimage to the Webster bouse st Mafsbheld. which augur* that once the dwelling st Franklin is msde accessible 11 will have visitors enough willing to nay a small fee to more than defray the Charge of maintenance, should it be deemed necessary or edvlsable to raise g revenue from sdmlssioos.?Boston Transi ript Catchy Styles! We are receiving the most captivating styles in Hats and Bonnets daily and we are offer? ing some of the prettiest selec? tions on the market at Ridiculously low - PRICES Better drop in today and let us tell you the story of how to get the latest in headgear at .lie smallest cost. L Irs. J. Tyler Hull Burges' Old Stand. E. Queen Street, Hampton, Va. Ladies' Tailor-Made -SU I TS Were never sold as cheap a* we are selling. The last two weeks we have seen the results. We have Suits from $7.48 up to $22.00. We have a nice line of Long Coats and Plush Coats Prices ranging from $3.48 up to $17.98. % Kl" RS?You can tare big money by looking over our line first. Prices ranging from $1.48 up to $30.00. Skirts We carry the largest line of Tailor-made Skirts on this i'enln*ula. Our $1 98 Skirt can? not be duplicated for double the money .-sDther Skirts up to $12.98. Silk Petticoats from Si. 18 up to 97.48. Wm. H. Rapeport 20 W. Queen Street. John Storm Hampton's Popular Price Tailor Style Specialists Classy Tailoring at Popular Prices. Suits to order. $15.00 up Trousers to order... 5.00 up Our garments have an indi? viduality found only ir high class tailoring. Altering, Cleaning and Press? ing. Ladies' and Gentleman's Garments. 38 W. Queen Street Hampton. Va. Dressing Well (to a Little Money is No Longer a Problem. We carry a first-class line of LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SCITS, FI R COATS and FI R SETS at a saving price. We are not under big rent expense and it makes no dif? ference how cneap you can buy them elsewhere, you can buy them cheat ?er here.either for cash or credit., and we ' can give yau terms to suit ' ;yoiu ' k*V ?' ? M. J. GOLDSTEIN 67 Hope St.. Hampton, Va, Charge It! IF - YOU - WANT to buy things cheap come to the WHITS- FRONT AUCTION HOUSE, fit W. Queen Street. we are going to sell things regsrdless of price?a lot of chairs, bureaus, washstands. cook stoves, heaters, bed couches, aide boards, kitchen antes, extension tables, trunks, mirrors. Rdyal Scrap Heap. England'1 court of former rulers sod fsllen ariatocrafs is giving the glad hand to King Manuel of Portu? gal, the exile Louis Philippe. Due; center tnWes. Iron bods. 1 Nstionsl d'Orlesns. living picture of Henry of cash register, totsl sdder. I pool ta Navarre, ranking remainder of the,ble. balls sad cues; office leioiflBg Bonrhons grasping the last straws of, chairs and other things too an: royal dignity, lives ta s somber roun-jto mention, try bwne. where to his court some of the old sohle families of Fraeee seed their :oas. who call him Philippe V!H He has Ms ehamberlaln*. his gentlemen of honor, his political bu reae bet France does not recognise hl? Thea there is Empress Eogenle S ^^"ZJ^^-TLZ*? I Cessawt. OcvtL Cnoated B Bood.of Material J. V. BICKFORO its and governorii from Means | BAN? AND GRAVEL CO, America who reigned sad loot Is Haoietoo sod Newport Newn, other streets are struggllag and starr-1 Hampton Phone 1 lag moa* sought for politics! rrlsse? Deliver Band, etc, Aoywmera hy half of Europe * secret tervice Hampton or Newport News SAND New York Press. Very Chock "Would von touch tainted -If I eenkf end snybody who It I coaM town.- -BaBlaKny Assen Ueenrtefcor sod Ceveelmer. Nstleo Street, Phoebus Va try ?3. ? B. If ?t hs- t?v KM LAtKEV 11 ! sod Dey Co?to Pi eioptty a* Wnlle rebuilding goes oa our onsj i ess goes oa too; but we must hare more room, so we rave decided ta sell all oar high grade wines and liquors 1 at a Treat reduction. These goods ? are all our high priced regular stock, i Don't take our word for It, Just look ' at Jha prices. They will convince you. [Sherry wie?, per quart.i*o Port, par quart .tan meek Berry wine, quart .iSe Sweet Oatawbe, per quart .fee Whiskeys per quart; Horse Sane .BSe OU Taylor .BSa t*ecar Pepper.sae > PJrdmoat. Huater .nan irees River.BS? Kit tied Bear. . .40c nod Me per deteo. All lee whiskey.So per drtnn. < 1. W Harper. Glad Heed, Maryland Club Mooticsfto ell strata** wtikskey. N. Leonard PMoerJS, va. COOK WITH GAS