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NEWPORT NEWS.-. Two Battleships May Have Official Trial the Same Day. Tbo Lnto Proprietor or tlio Point of Pines Arrosto? ? Auotliur Ills *?? dnstry Secured -Tlio Longshore Bkieu's Ntrlko. Newport News, Va., Sept. 9.?The Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company has expressed to the Navy Department officials at Washing? ton its desire to have the official trip of the battleship Kearsarge take place Beptember 28th. In Us application for the use of the ttry dock at the Brooklyn navy yard, tbe company slat I that the ship can be at New Yor. aady for docking September 25. Prom this it a. rs that the Kcar aarge will not lea the shipyard Sep? tember 10, as at first reported. General Superintendent Walter A. Post went to Washington last night for the purpose of consulting with the Navy Department officials in reference to the approaching ofilclal trial oft the Maine coast. BROUGHT BACK FOB TRIAD. Mr. John/ A. Dyons, formerly proprie? tor and manager of the Point of Pines Park, was tyrcstod in Richmond last evening and brought back this morn? ing by Special Policeman \V. A. Crump, who Was sent there by Rev. Thomas J. MacKay and his counsel, Col. J. C. Linker. When Mr. Crump and Mr. Dyons reached the city they proceeded at once to police headquarters and Chief of Police Hatjw'ood sent for Officer Joe Dlcstill, of Elizabeth City county, who has the warrants -against Mr. Lyons. Mi*. Dlcstill was In the city and lost no time In reaching headquarters, lie at onee look charge of Mr. Lyons and the two left for Hampton. Following are the charges preferred against him by Rev. Thomas .1. Mac liny: That Mn. Lyon sold beer on Septem? ber 3d, to E. S. Spears, a minor. That ho sold hi er to Magruder Jones on-Sunday, August 27th. That on divers occasions he sold liquor without license. That on September (Sunday) he sold beer to i'",. s. Spears. UK! INDUSTRY SECURED. A company haia Jtnst been formed for the purpose of establishing here a large plant for the manufacture of sashes, doors anil blinds, and all kinds of church, olllce and bar fixtures. Eventually this company will manu? facture street cars, and as experienced men are behind It and they have abund? ant capital It Is believed that Hie new industry will be a success from the Start. The now company will have a back? ing of at least $500,000, and no expensd will bo spared to make the industry a paying one. The land for the plant has been se? cured from the Chi Dominion Land Company. It comprises the twenty four lots in the square nt Thirty-fifth street and Warwick hvenue. An option ?has also been so on the adjoining square. THE LON . IOUEMEN. It Is stated that the organization ot white longshoremen here sent to Bal? timore several days ago to secure more men for the work on tho piers. The while men are very anxious to organize n union, and It is believed that If they can secure several hundred members of their organization a ?charter will be granted them. CROCKETT'S SPRINGS. GUESTS GLAD THEY DIDN'T RUSH AWAY. (Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.) Croekells Springs', Va., Sept. S.?The hot spell In September finds all the guests glad they are here, nnd as those who must depart, go out on the track, the pood wishes and sympathy of those -whiv stay .go with them. We are never without a breeze by day or night, and as evening falls thick coats and light wraps appear on the broad porches of the hotel. Even the noonday's sun has no terrors for the mountains climbers, and tho falls each day echo with the laugh of happy girls and the low love-murmurs of the bard smitten "summer man." Of course tho season of big crowds is over, but there are enough left to have a very lively time, and more are expected in a Way or two. The ball room Is. full each evening, nnd all gaily daneo to the dreamy measures of the waltz and 'dash through the ever lively two-step. Nor Is the good old "Virginia Reel" forgot? ten, for each night tribute is paid to tho dance of our fathers. Fortune tell? ing in the afternoon Is now quite tho fad, and every one is filled with the mysteries of the future. Hon. W. M. Drennnn, Birmingham's popular mayor, is here, nnd proves himself as popular in the "summer world" as he has in tho political sphere of his Southern home. Every nook and corner Is just now occupied by some one who. at solitaire, Is trying for their life to beat himself, or herself, at his, or her, own game. The departure of Mrs. Chas. L. Hol? land, of Danvlllo; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Levy and Miss Curtis, of Baltimore, was deeply regretted, nnd more than one fair young face has worn a sad, sweet smile since 'Messrs. Jamison, Mann and Antrim tore themselves away. MiS3 McCurley and Miss Rus? sell ,of Baltimore, who have been for over a month the guests of Mrs. T?? tern, at Beechwood Cottage, left for home Thursday, and Crocketts looses 'In them two of the resort's most charm? ing young women. Monday evening a progressive heart party was given. The prizes were tin usually beautiful, and the evening was all that could be asked. Our host, Mr. Thomas, furnished refreshments, which wero much enjoyctH The first ladies' prize was won by Miss Mary John? ston? of Birmingham; the second by Miss Cella Smith, of Birmingham. Tho first gentleman's prize was won by Mr. Chas. W. B. Lane, of Norfolk; the sec? ond by Mr. E. M. Tutwiler, of Birming? ham. Among the late arrivals are Mr. P. F. Greenwood, Miss Paule Potta, Mr. B. J. Wnlthnll. Mrs. M. N. Langhorne. all of Richmond; Judge Wm. I. Clopton and wife, of Manchester, Va.; Mr.*and Mrs. T. W. Goodwin, Frank W. Thomns. Ro. M. Kent, Jr., ot'Roanoke. Va.; Mrs. Wnii. King-, Miss King and Wm. King, Jr., of Lynchburg, Va.; Mrs. H. K. Graham. Helena, Ark.; Mr. E. M. Tutwller, E. M. Tutwller, Jr., Herbert Tutwller and Hon. W. M.. Drennen, of Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. A. P. Hough 'ton. New York city; J. G. Shackelford, Houston, Va.; Mr. E. B. Lewis. o? Brunswick county, Va.; Mr. ? E. S. Mills, Greensboro, N. C: Itev.'J. A. H. Shuler, Pulaskl, Vn.; Miss Mary A. Hooper, Farinvllle, Va.; Miss Maggie Goodson, Norfolk, Va.; Mrs. Charles Lucy, Houston, Texas; Mr. Edward W. James, Mr. Fred S. Bobbins and wife, Matagordn. Texas; &Ir. W. G. Cain, Tyler, Texas. MONTGOMERY WHITE. GUESTS WHO REMAIN ARE FAR FROM DULL. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Montgomery Springs, Vn., Sept. 8.? Although the advent of autumn has caused the departure of some of our guests, those who remain arc far from dull or triste. Truth to tell, one hns more time now for forming real friendships and for knowing one's neighbor than in the hurry and cxclte i mcnt of the season. ! We were loath, Indeed, to part with the large Portsmouth t-olony that was here for two months. To particularize as regards their charm und attractive? ness would be Invidious, so merely the mention of a few names will be suffi? cient for one lo Infer bow fortunate the resort was In having1 been chosen for their summer outing. Among them were .Mrs. Syne. Mr. and Mrs. Richard? son, Mrs. Godwin, Mrs. Williams, Miss Williams, Mrs. Ives ami family, Mr. and Mrs. White, Miss White, Mr. and Mrs. Iipwells and many others. Last Saturday night the parlors were the scene of the most recherche event of the season. The Misses Pnrrott, of Co? lumbus, Ohio, entertained at a card parly In honor of the birthday of ihelr father, Col. John Parrolt. While known lo be of unimpeachable Integri? ty, none believed the Colonel when be stated what anniversary ho was cele? brating. Neither in looks, manners or acts does he appear to be as old as he said he uns, and we all think be must bnvo misread the date In the family Bible. In the large parlors seven whist ta? bles were arranged ami the couples paired most happily by the Misses Par rbtt, fell to the game with -an eager? ness and quietude rarely seen when women arc around. In the smaller par? lor euchre was much enjoyed by quite a number to whom the mysteries of whist were unknown delights. About 11 all wen? asked to enter the supper room, where dainty and delic? ious refreshments were served. The large center table was the cynosure of all eyes, as Hie floral piece was one of rare combination and skill. A large bowl filled with the handsomest of the purplish pllllt thistle stood lordly and grand beside the delicate purity of the lace plant. The base of the bowl was tied with ribbon the color of the thistles and upon the table urouml the bowl were Intertwined delicate fern leaves. The beauty of this center-piece con? sisted In Its coloring and simplicity and should be seen lo be appreciated. The large birthday cake was *cut by Col. Parrott, while Mrs. Hull, of Augusta, and Mrs. Klttredgo, of Louisiana, two old friends of the host, presided at the coffee and chocolate urns. Sandwiches, cakes, Ices and candies, with laughter, toasts, good wishes and general enjoy? ment, made Meet the p-assing hours, and all were indeed sorry to say good-night. All the guests united In the good wishes to the hosts, and each most deservedly hoped thai all would be at Montgom? ery White to help the Colonel celebrate Iiis next anniversary. Monday was the scene of great ex? citement. About twelve hundred peo? ple from Roanoke, Christiansburg and other places celebrated Labor Day. The Red Men made much fun and enjoy? ment for all. Their sham-battle and war dance were groat and elicited much applause. A lino band on the lawn fur? nished music to those who did not en Joy "tripping the light fantastic" to the soft strains of the orchestra in the ball room Tuesday night a "tacky party," In Which young and old took part, was a great success_Imaog the pstoa w!n ners were Miss Martin. Norfolk; Mr. Moss. Now Orlenns; Miss Harrison, Miss Nellie Gordon. Mr. Clinton Boyd and Mr. Willie Mitchell, Richmond. The costumes of all were most ridiculous, particularly Mr. Martin's and Mr. Mis trot's. -Miss Mitchell and Miss Harri? son wore charmingly picturesque and many begged them to sit for their pho? tographs. Judge Wbitchurst, of Nor? folk; made the speech in presentation in his inimitable stylo, while Mrs. Boyd, of Richmond, awarded the prizes. The judges who so impartially decided upon this uniqueness and "tackiness" of the contestants were Judge White hurst, Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Southall. SWEET CHALYBEATE. MANY GUESTS LINGER TO SPEND SEPTEMBER. Sweet Chalybeate, Va., Sept. 0.?With the beginning cf autumn, the homeward rush has begun, but the Sweet Chaly? beate still has many guests who will spend September?the most attractive month of the year in the mountains. One's days slip by so ple'nsantly with golf, tennis, and riding in the day, and cards In the evening. ?Mrs. Boykln's euchre party Wednes? day evening, given to her daughter, Mrs. Baldwin, was delightful. The players were Mesdames Cooltc, Dobie, Duncy, Boylcin, Baldwin, Walton and Taylor. Mrs. Robert Baldwin gave a ?mall heart party to her sister, Nina Boykin, on Tuesday evening. Miss Kirn, of Portsmouth, won the prize, a large box of Huyler's bon-bons. Mr. Henry Cooke, of Baltimore, en? tertained the Misses Lewis, of Lyne side, at dinner on Sunday evening. No en<L of amusement was caused by the Donkey party Monday evening. Air?. Boykin won the first prize, a (sil? ver-mounted pumice: Mrs. Taylor sec? ond prize, a silver pencil; Mr. Iredoll Jenkins the third prize, a silver pen. Miss Emily Allyn gave a charming heart party Tuesday morning. Miss Allyn's guesbs were Misses Walton, Leigh, Heath, Marshall, Chamberlain, Cooke, and Mrs. Baldwin. Miss Heath won the first prize, a pretty gilt frame. Mrs. Lee,^of\ Alexandria, entertained a few friends at euchre Wednesday evening. The players were Mrs Jack? son, Mre. Powers, Mra. Kinsey, and \ IN THE WORLD OF LABOR. Norfolk Typographical t'nlon, No. 32, will hold their regular monthly meeting this afternoon. The new by-laws will probably bo adopted at this meeting. *_? Another Labor Day has come and gone. The committee who had the af? fair in charge exerted every effort to make the celebration a success, and how admirably they succeeded Is best uttestedby the thorough manner all the program was carried out. They deserve and will receive? tho thanks of every labor organization in the city. Those who were fortunate enough to hear Mr. Harry Lloyd, of Boston, on that oc? casion will long remember his brilliant speech In expounding the labor cause. Mr. C. C. Williams, of Portsmouth, ex president of Central Labor Union, has more than endeared himself to his fel? low workmen by the -able manner In whifh he presented and graphically stated the objects and history of the formation of that organization, to? gether with the great good it has ac? complished since Its existence. Cen? tral Labor Union also desires to thank all merchants and others who contri? buted so liberally on that occasion, thus helping to a successful conclusion a good!and worthy cause. Tho current issue or the American Fcderationlst contains -a line half-tone engraving of President Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor, and Mr. Frank Morrison, the able secretary. Hoth of these gentlemen are personally known to the trade unionists of this city. ?_* "Whether you work by tho piece or work by the day. Decreasing your hours increases your pny." Ask for union label goods. Don't be natlslied with simply asking for them, but Insist upon having them. *_? The trade union movement was never numerically, financially or intellectual? ly in better condition than it is now, but It is not by any means as good, strong nnd powerful as it can be, should be and will bo If we. hut do our duty.? American Fcderationlst. ?? . ?_? It Is your duty to bo a member- of your trade union. If no union of your trade exists, form one. ? + Organized labor extends Its beneficent nnd protective hand to the weak and the unprotected, goes down Into the deep aby.-s of misery and despair, and Into the darkest recesses of poverty and demoralization, and helps to lift up thoso whoso hearts and spirits arc nearly crushed out of them, so that they learn thr> duties, the rights In so? ciety to to t; 0 their place among their fellow men.?satnuel Gompers. *_* Judging by the progress recently made, tho nine-hour work day will be an established rule In every city and hamlet In the country within another year. ?_? Inmates of tho Printers' Home at Colorado Springs, are now maintained at an average cost of $21.42 per month. The actual expenses of maintaining the home during tho past year was $29, 768.65, ?_* General Secretary Mat. Morris, Re tall Clerks' International Union, re? ports the Issuance of sixteen charters during the month of August. ?_? Clauses In the Kansas City Council's contract on the high school building in that city require that all labor em? ployed thereon shall bo union labor. *_* A central Inbor union has been es? tablished at Newport News. A charter has been Issued by the American Fed? eration of Labor. *_? Tho International Typographical Union will petition Congress to enact a law providing for the use of the Allied Printing Trades label in the Govern? ment Printing Ofllce. The City Council of Winnipeg do? nated Sir.o towards Labor Day celebra tlon In that city. It is said that the Rrlcklayers' Inter? national Union has voted to affiliate with the Federation of Lnbor. *_# The union label must now nppenr on all printing done by the city of Grand Rapids. Mich. An ordinance to that effect so orders. ?_? Tho Order of Railway Trainmen, having an aggregate membership of over .13.000, will move their hoadouar tc-sr to Cleveland, Ohio, at the close of the present year. *_* The Minnesota Rurenu of Labor Sta? tistics, in Its examination of conditions in the manufacturing districts of St. Paul, finds that out of 1-1,000 working men therein employed, only 0 per cent, own their own homos. *_* The referendum vote Just taken by the International Association of Ma? chinists indicate that the headquarters of the organization will be moved from Chicago to Washington, D. C. Tho iron moulders' union label will the Misses S. Cooke, Saunders and Jarvis. Mrs. Jackson was the lucky player, winning a handsome silver pin tray. Mr. Trot man, of Churchland, Va.. al? so gave a chaining card party Wed? nesday evening. On Wednesday morning all the younger set spent a delightful day at Beaver Dam Falls on a picnic given by Mr. Eaklc. On their return home the same party was entertained by Misa Armstead at a seven-hand euchre party. Those present were the Misses Allyn, H. Chamberlain, Baynie Tsylor, Esther Byrnes. Connie Lee, Cherry Not? tingham. Ellen Bell and Sheppard. Miss Connie Lee won the first prize, a pretty piece of cut glass, and Miss Bay nie Taylor the booby, a box of chocolates. VIRGINIA BEACH. JOTTINGS OF INTEREST FROM THIS POPULAR RESORT. Virginia Beach, Sept. P.?The celebra? tion of Labor Day at the Beach, though not attended' by any formal speech-making, was a great success, and from high authority comes Ihc statement that the crowd hauled that day far exceeded that of any previous hereafter begast Into the product made by union moXildcrs. ?_? The Chicago carpenters are thor? oughly organised; and now have seven? teen local unions of the brotherhood aud live branches of the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners. Thomas Neal, secretary-treasurer of the Carpenters" Council, says that there are 5.Tot) carpenters in the Chi? cago organisation. ?_? The trade union label Is the epitome of trade union philosophy. To under? stand the role It plays we must loolt to the meaning of the whole labor move? ment. Laborers have organized for pro? tection and education. They consider the Interests of the laboring classes as Identical, as opposed to those of the employing class; they believe that ame? lioration can come only by organlza, tlon and action. This faith Is Intense and constant. Naturally, then, they antagonize unorganized labor and those employers who are unfriendly. They appeal to the public for sympathy and assistance. As a means to strength? en them In this threefold attitude the union label was invented.?Father Kcr by. *_? General President Martin Fox, Iron Moulders' Union, reports that since the previous general meeting of the union, in 1SU?, nut of a total of 'i'J2 grievances, 30(5 were settled without a stritte. Of the SU strike's sanctioned by the gen? eral Office, tlio union was successful in d>2, lost 22 and settled two by compro? mise. Of these M were tor advance in wages, 40 of which were successful, while nine were lost. Twenty-nine were against a reduction of wages: IS were successful and 11 were lost. The disbursement for strike purposes dur? ing the four years amounted to $175. 70S.19, or tin average monthly expendi? ture of ?3,6C0.5'J. ?_? Five thousand men were benefited by the recent reduction in working hours from ten to nine a day in the Mil? waukee breweries. There was no cor? responding reduction in wages. ?_* Thirteen labor representatives were elected to Parliament at the recent English elections. When it is remem? bered that itt England none but p. householder has a vote, and that mem? bers of Parliament serve without com? pensation. It will be readily undeoslooU that the English trades unionists are fully aUvc to the Importance of having a hand in the framing of laws affecting their own interests. ?__? * TJic 4,000 clgarmalters who have been out on strike at Tampa, Fla., have re? turned lo work, their demands having been conceded by the manufacturers. Several hundred of them left for Cuba at the beginning of the trouble. #_* The recent convention of the Amal? gamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers authorized the publication of a weekly paper by the dissociation, sub? ject to the approval of the members of the vurlous local lodges. They have voted almost unanimously in favor of the nroject. ?_? The gross daily value of manufac? tured goods In the Pittsburg district alone, It is claimed, at present exceed $G,000.000. Two hundred and seventy thousand men tire employed within n radius of ten miles of the city hall, principally In the iron, steel, glass and eonl industries. ?_? ?Mining prices have been advanced S per cent, in the Fairmount Held of We?l Virginia. Day laborers also tecei\8l a proportionate advance. It is reported that the officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company have deedded to pension the men that grow old In their service and that $300.000 will be set aside yearly for that pur pose. ?i * At a meeting of the glnss manufac? turers and the Executive Committee of the lloltlo Illowers" Association, nt At? lantic City, recently, the wage scale was agreed upon, an Increase of about fl'.j Per n.--nti h"lnii nt'.tnlul. President Spencer, of the Southern Railway, lias decided to restore the 10 per cent, cut of employes, which has re? mained In force since 1S%, when the dull season prevailed. Announcement to that effect will be made about Sep? tember 10th, It Is stated. ? The Cignrmakers' International Union were the originators and princi? pal pro-motors of the union label idea. #?? Norfolk Dodge No. 11. International Association of Machinists, will meet next Thursday evening at S o'clock iti Bricklayers' Hall. Portsmouth Lodge No. 441. Tnterna tionel Association of Machinists, will meet next Friday evening In Elks' Hall, Portsmouth, Va. ' * * The Local Retail Clerks' Association will bold their regular monthly meet? ing to-morrow night. *_? Norfolk Local Union, No. r.o. Brother, hood of Painters and Dccoratf'S, will hold their regular monthly meeting next Wednesday evening. like occasion. The Fiixt Virginia Regi? ment band played both morning and evening in the pavilion. Tite games were enjoyed by hundreds, and the fire-works at night were unusually elaborate. All day long and far Into Ihn night tho board walk was thronged with many men and maidens, who came to pass a, pleasant time, and it is safe to say they were hy no means disappoint? ed. Not an accident occurred, and the ofliclals of the road are to be congrat? ulated on having carried so large a crowd, in safety, to and from the Beach. When it was nnnounced that Mr. Hendce, who has had charge of the Princess Anne during the summer, would leave on Tuesday, it was feared the hotel would close and end the sum mer season. Great satisfaction follow? ed the announcement made by Mr. B, P. Holland that the hotel would be kept open through the entire winter season and the music Fetained for the benefit of the many people. The social events of the week were I few, but, as usual, very pleasant, lead ! ins off with the last meeting of the j Ladies' progressive Euchre Club, held i in the writing-room. There were five tables. Tho llrst prize was a white silk fan. and was won by Mrs. James Walker, of Richmond. Tho second, a bisque figure, bv Miss Gordon. The booby prize, three paolts of cards, was secured by Mr. Goldsboro. of Baltimore. Mlr?s Etta Hayes cut for and won the consolation, a pair of gold stockings, and so ended the club meetings for the summer season of i$99. That they have been very delightful none can deny, and It Is to bo hope when the summer ot 1900 shall have rolled-around they will be re-organized and conducted as suc? cessfully. The next event was a card party, given by Mrs. Walker, of Richmond, in the Hayes cottage. Mrs. Walker en tcrtalned lv guests at seven-handed euchre, and served dainty refreshments. These pr - 'tit were Mrs. L. Adams, Mrs. Gordon. Mr.-. B. I*. Holland, Miss Drowry. .Mis. Lvlgh and Mrs, H. Baker. The first prize; a carbon portrait of the Countess Potakl, was won by Mrs. Holland: the booby, by Miss Drewry, a work-basket. Miss M. liCigh, Misses Myra and Jessie Jones left Wednesday for Rich? mond. ItOYKIM, RELIGIOUS? HOME SOLD?WIND STORM?PERSON AI*. (Special to Virginian-Pilot) Boykins, Va., Sept. 9.?Protracted meeting was held at Whitehead's Meth? odist Church this week on the New font's charge. Rev. X. B. Foushcc Is the popular pastor. The attendance was very large, ami there were quite a number of conversions. Rev. John W. Nicholson, pastor of South Princess Anno circuit, did the preaching for tho first four days. His sermons were most excellent ones, nnd they made a very lino Impression. Dr. J. H. M. Sykes, a prominent phy? sician living near town, has sold his large and valuable home place to Mr. Phillip Powell for the sum of $r.,000. Dr. Sykes contemplates removing to Rich? mond. Our people are sorry to have an j excellent Christian gentleman leave our community. Ono of the severest wind storms ot this year visited a small section ot our county in Mr. F. P. Pope's neighbor? hood last AVcdnosday afternoon. it was of the nature of a tornado, doing special damage to shade and fruit Irres. Rev. C. L. 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