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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 December 1899

HAMP1 MAY EXTEND LIMITS Council Discuss Pisns by Which to Take in Suburbs, A COMMITTEE APPOINTED To ?luka Amend merits to Charter Si> as to Include Eist and Wrat Ende Exciti Ing Football Game. Other Hampton Nfcws. Tin' town council met In special ses? sion last night and discussed a number of important questions regarding the in? terest of Hampton's exiter.'Sion "f the limits of tin- town, widening id' Queen street and collection of dug taxes. Sey eial other things came in for Itheir share of the two hours time consumed in the meeting. The most' imp< rtant sub? ject, advanced, however, was the pro? posed extension of the town limits, so ?as tu take in the east and west ends, and a committee was appointed to look Into the mat tor. M'ayor Hope presided. Clerk W. T. West wood at his d.sk. and the fallow? ing1 ebuncilmen were present: j. C. Outten. lt. I'. Tennis. Nelson P. Groome. J. F. 'Rowe. TW. mas II irmond and Alexander Gardner. '.City Attorney S. Gordian Cii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 December 1899

FEMININE FRILLS. OtS'ls ?Iii Knils of 1'iohliin Thnt Ar? Seen In Fnll Costnmc?. Wine color is much tnlkcd of for fail nud winter ufc. With the velvet, hats, | birds or llowers of a peculiar Iii- h t shade i of red are seen. Occasionally a dark wine-colored felt hat appears trimmed with velvet of the same siiade, and the wine color appeal's as trimming for some of the outing hats. The lug ami broad turbans o? fur and feathers arc \ much seen, and ore large and solid looking. The fur or the feathers go around the sides, the middle being of velvet. Whole birds are seen on these hats, and a gorgeous parrot makes a conspicuous toque. Some English girls are wearing becoming hats of pale blue felt, which set off their bright, com? plexions delightfully as they are in? tensified with black trimmings. A hat made for an American lias the rim of black velvet, soft, pale blue felt, crown, striped with black velvet and a black bird at the side. The most charming things arc con? stantly appearing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 December 1899

EGG PLANT. W'licn Properly Coukcil It Is a Delightful Dish?EffB IMnnt Croquettes. F.gg plants, like a great many mem-1 ibers of the nightshade family, liave au | iierid flavor. The same quality in the berries of the climbing bittersweet give 3t its familiar name, a sweet taste be? ing said to follow the bitter. This qual? ity has also given the entire genus nightshade the reputation of being poi? sonous, and for years prevented tlie ?wholesome tomato from being used tis a vegetable. In the tomato this flavor is not found in the fruit, but the odor of the foliage suggests the odor cf the po? tato and all the rest of the genus. The acrid flavor of the fruit of the egg plant imust always be removed before it is j k-ooked in tiny way. There tire two ways of doing this; one is to parboil it in salt and water, and the other is to rub with salt the slices of egg plant, which should be cut about half an inch thick. Lay them in a bowl of water and let them stand an hour. The slices may be ri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 December 1899

SOME SUNDAY SERVICES. AKKASGKMESTS KOK ELKS' KEACTI FCL LOUUE OK SOHKOW. The Admission Will 1>? Jly Ticket. Flri-t Aunlvers&ry of Tiltilty Luili trll I hurch. The notable event of Sunday >vill be tin- Lodge Of Sorrow exercises at the Operii.'House beginning at 3:30 o'clock The program of these beautiful arid impressive services Of 'the Biksi lias altvadv been printed. 1; will be the S.>est ever rendered by this lodge. Cnfortumitely. thy space in the Opera being issued as th<.re are scats in in, house. A ticke; admits bit! ?nie person When the new Academy is completed, this inconvenience will l:e to a certain extent done away with, though it has always been the experience of the Elks was always crowded upon the ?iocasi m Who can give '.'horn no whom he pleases. When these tickets to meinlicrs were issued, it was found that there were no more seats in the house. Rev. George Wray. who is now once ?more the pastor of Washington Ave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

I Associated I Press I Dispatches. VOL.IV-. 285 Richardson, of Tennessee, Will Oppose Henderson, of Iowa, NAMED BYCAUCUSLAST NIGHT C nigrmmiiaii Hay I'rctlded Uvir D? mo. crallc Body. Nomination Can Ii b With It Party JL,eH<l?rt>1iIp on the Floor Candidates for House OfUctri cr,y Telegraph.) WiA'SHlNCS-TON. December 2.?The Democrats of the House a'f Represen? tatives at their caucus held in the hall of Representatives t'his afternoon se? lected Representative James D. Rich? ardson, of Tennessee, as their candi? date for speaker alter a s-piriteVf eon test wiii'. :! laste- six li itrs. This carries \vi*h it the 'Democratic leadership on the lt.. r. Mr. Richardson has served fourteen years in the House and is the oldest Dotnitocrattic member in point of service except Mr. McRae. of Arkan-as. The candidates against Mi-. Riebardscn w i ? c Representatives DeArmonld'. of Missouri: Bam; head, of Airabama. and Stilzer, c'f New York. i I i ?N M 11. I LA'Y IN" Til E I T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

4 i I ^O^li a m 11 i m 1 m m m ?i i 11 i 13 P Pi IP Iii ?frei?? I iL?.? m % ii p ?..?'1 ?3 -: X-u K-tf *? "> s?st rfi ?i Ii &r*( fJ?s u"i! ?-:53 ?^Sft^ai ,ia>4 is Is?B ?a 1 ~w In order to dose out the reitiai ^ ai punjsc auction,, on toe premise-, m mat popui M this city, between Chestnut and Roanoke avenue: w and Development Company we will sell ^ iinpton RoaIs, -rviihh she city limits of ^to sS^7 ESS IM V 1 |4 - vi r U2s m ? U ai v v r?? the h; (yise^t bidder. (i*is # I IUI 1 I ?W it.h ,.-iV. 5 4f 4?S C -.-V W Larger and quicker prof Us ai *Sg55 Xf. ^t^. ^tf?'- yif. ,<^> vf. A4Sf. .tfi " WCkisa? ??*^ . v..-, ~.-...::V. ^?N?^- v.;-^. -v^, ^ <&\ r- s o ^ ? ? FT ? W '^tl- ^ TiiK Nt.^V (iHMHN NAVAL til f.L. A<1vii! <-.^ FIrIii .in in- .ii?.nsur? Will t:..m mffuci* This \V<" k. (Special 'Berlin Ciiiilf L?tcr.i) (Copyriehit 1S9? Tin? A-sso-.-hitOil Press.) B?RLJ'X', ij&amp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. Sosir Sufirjtestlojj?. on Cutiunry AlTnir? W?ic? May He Found Useful. An English trained nurse who lias hau "most gratifying success in her profes? sion' recommends the use of albumen water in the eases of anaemia, gastric ulcer ur 0. yspeplic'troubles of a more or ? ess severe character where the stomach refuses to assimilate or retain ordinary food; The usual, proportion is two whites of eggs to one pint of cold water, but if a.lriorc concentrated form of nourishment is desired double that number may be used. Beat the whites of tlie eggs well first, then stir thor? oughly into the water- and strain through a Inc sieve. The mixture is tasteless, and if given alone may be .ia vored with vanila or cinnamon, if.it is given io milk or whey it is better mi ilavore'd. 1 n cases of obstinate vomiting ttits egg water lias proves! useful and been retained when nothing else would. 'Egg water should net be added to bs.il ihg or even led liquids, as the rapid coagulation of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

DEFECTIVE HUMAN SENSES. tmp?rre?l F.j <-*lirli i and Dnllnrni of Hexrlne Common Amuns School Children. Since 3S25). when Massachusetts es? tablished in Boston the first American school for the blind, similar institutions have been founded by 3j other states, With a present aggregate of.'1,680 pupils. There are only 04 state schools for the deaf, with more than 10,000 pupils. But not until recently has public attention been called to the immense damage in? flicted on human interests by the vast? ly greater number of persons whose j eyesight or hearing is merely defective, cays the Youth's Companion, i A new law of Connecticut requires that the eyes of all children attending the public schools shall be examined; and many teachers have noted that de- i fective vision is quite common, and that it is a serious hindrance to the pupil's progress. ? It has also been reported that dull? ness of hearing is associated with many cases of backward scholarship. In Europe an examination...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

LI A. M PI WAS ? GREAT SAMEi Bahiir.ore College Football j i Pleven Defeated. I \VllLl*M AND MARY VICTOR; ' . ! Atlar Tlitrty tHiisuUis of IttttnUfnl l?t?y l> J4 tho Score Stc-ntl (> to 5. O.ittvr iot -rtsltn^ Neu? ?f Httmritou. - I William and Mary College defeated I the football eleven from the O.iltimore.j City College tu one of the most exclt^ ins' and interesting grijhon eantes'.s of , yesterday afternoon. The contest, which look place on the i Soldiers'?Home grl-rUron. witnesse ! by perhaps a crowd o. seven thousand | people, of which the greater portion j wete inmates of the Herne. Tncrc wer ?: in.in;- Indies in the audience who wore] theh- choice of ih? two colleges. "\Vif- ! Iihm-and Marv were the favorites and j their p.btys were loudly. applauded.:| while'the few- loyal supporters- of the B.iltimoreans were t-.iu.ally. as jubiiaiu." The contest was a battle royal.'which j Being about "venly' matched "in weight j and up in -ig;:s and tactics, the play...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

THE HOURS ARE GOLDEN. DO NOT LOSE TIME BUT SEM) IN j IOCE COPT. Those Who Il?vn Not Cloned Contract for Advoi tltdug SpRCe Shoutd Do So Bt Once. :o avail I ? In.:. I s. ii are giving and t ? The ,|?pw will be and ton thotnvuv.-: < rend not only b r itts In. ortiher woi fide the To show wi men think o medium of it ? me liiotifliit.l i?? ?)..?_< ? t ''.'Iii- ? 11 i.i. ply Uhe/'dcininna, n<> ma:-.er It -vv far it rroav exceed 'fhe t<-n 'thou -in 1 murk, but in order to know what 'this rl asaml will approximate, those wishing extt'a copies should leave their n'atnies and or? ders ei.'her a", t>he, main oilu-e. .'tie of the 'biMntth .iffices. or wkh one of the: repra-sen'ttatives of t'he pup r. j Af word t-> advt,: n.- ers ::n closing, j 'Those who have ta:ken space slnaild strive ito fret fheir a.iVrriismg ebipy in to the office at the very lit -M available nwmen-t. itf this is done, jmc will be iness men, aoeo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

PLAYED WITH FATE The Stake Was the Life of W. T. Sullivan, Gambler. SHOT THROUGH THE BREAST Remarkable Tragedy on Twenty-eighth Street Teeterday Afternoon, Lost Hla Life Through Insane ReckleBSucss in Handling a Loaded Kmolvcr. Gamblers are proverbially reckless. William T. Sullivan was emphatically not an exception to the rule. Note the ominous past tenise. Yester? day .morning t!he fact would have been stated in the present. Sullivan tempted fate once too often. This morning he lies dead in his room over Todd's "Pear's Paw" saloon on Twenty-eighth street, just cast of the railroad. When a man places a revolver over 'his heart and pulls the trigger, a cor? oner's jury generally calls it suicide. Sullivan pointed a revolver at Ids "heart and pressed the trigger. Those who saw him do it say it was an acci? dent. 'Eugene Tiawley, a second cousin of the dead Titan; G. G. Johns ,n. a friend: Maggie Johnson, a colored girl who is employed about the place as house keeper, and Lizzie Counc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

BURIED TREASURE. The Finder of a Pot of Mono;-, Bat Profited Little by His "I never told you about the burled treasure I found, did I?" said an old resident as he leaned book in his chair reflectively. "It was a long- time ago, but I remember it as if it were yester- I day. I was sitting in my ofllce one aft? ernoon about half asleep when an old Mexican interrupted my thoughts with a servile 'Buenas tardes, sonor.' "I looked around half expecting to see a seller of lottery tickets, but I was mistaken. The man before me was very ancient in appearance. Deep wrinkles were in his face and his hair was snowy white. His clothing was neat and clean, and he seemed to have the man? ner of an hasendado peon. And so it proved. "Upon %ny invitation lie came in, sat down, not, however, without a number of profuse apologies. Then he told his story. lie remembered me, he said, on account, of a visit 1 had made into the interior of Oaxaca several years before. 1 had given him a peso for guiding me ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

ON DEWEY'S FLAGSHIP. Incidents That Show Hin Kind Heart ?A Wonderful Canary and Other Tales. There was not an officer or a man of the Olympia who talked with a Trib? une reporter that failed to indorse the opinion that the American public has formed of Dewey's character and his achievements. Although a strict dis? ciplinarian, the admiral has the af? fection of every one on the Olympia. In the fo'c'stle the other day many Btories of his generosity and KincfFy nature were being told. One of these relates to a third-class apprentice boy, who had leave to go ashore when the Olympia was at Trieste. A little later the admiral noticed that the lad had not accompanied the lib? erty party. Asked why he had not gone, the boy replied that he had no money. "How much do you want?", the ad? miral asked. "Well, I would like a pound (an Eng? lish sovereign)." "All right; here it is; now go and enjoy yourself," Dewey said, as he handed the boy the money. On another occasion while the Olym? pia was ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

, PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? UAILY PRESS BUILDING, Coiner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PRESS COMPANY. C. E. THACKER, Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager. B. G-SMITH. Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 181. Subscription Rotesi The Daily Press is delivered by car? riers anywhere in the city limits for 10 cents a week. Any irregularity in de? livery should be Immediately reported to the office of publication. Orders for delivery' of the Daily Press to either residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Bell Tele? phone. No. LSI. to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40c. Three Months .SI.00; Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Press may be left at any of the following br...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. The proportion of Latin students in ! elementary schools has increased. Vienna will soon celebrate the live hundredth anniversary of the founda? tion of its medical school. W. Jones, 1900, who has been elected editor of the Harvard monthly, is a full-blooded Indian and a graduate o? Phillips Audover academy. Instruction in old and middle Trish has been given at Harvard for three years, and there will be an additional course this year in early Welsh. There are 42G colleges in America, with property estimated at .$250,000,000. Girard, with 315,000,000, and Leland Stanford, Jr., with $13,500,000, are the richest. A Persian, six Porto Kieans and a full blooded native of the Sandwich islands are among the students that attract es? pecial attention at the University of Michigan. Many of the Young Men's Christian associations are giving instructions in electricity to evening classes. Tech- j nical instruction for those engaged in the electrical inwnstry is important, and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 December 1899

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 December 1899

Associated | Press | Dispatches, f VOL. IV. 28G First Step Taken Toward Oust? ing Mormon Roberts. HOUSE ADOPTS REED RULES M mortals Presented In Senate Against Seating or M. S. 'Juay. O* n, lleudtrson Installed an Speaker. Trlbutmof Ketpect to Hcbart'i Memory. City Telegraph.) WASHINGTON. Dee. 4.? .13no;innus j crowds witnessed Ihe opening scenes in the House today. The principal inl.-r i-s; ccn'tered in the disposition of the I (?;isi? ..f Mr. Roberts, 'the 'llonuun rep rt'SfntiLtive from Utah. Those who an- | tidpated a sensational denouement were disappointed. Tin- program out? lined by the Republican leaders at their conference on Friday night was partially carried out. The isbjecMtm tV> the administration of the oath to Mr. Roberts was entered by Mr. Tay'.er. of Ohio, as predicted, ami Roberts step? ped aside wiithout protest except to ask it' by s.i doing be waived any of Iiis riehts. To this the Speaker responded in I tie negative. Hi-. IS ASSIGNED TO A SEAT. Altho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 December 1899

AFTER THE JUSTICE Magistrate Charlie Robuson ln= dicltd at Warwick C. H. EMBEZZLEMENT IS CHARGED H 1? Fi l?oid? S*y It I? Simply an Attempt to Uet Him Out of Oflice. Williams, ilie Sll?k Our, Corn's to ?rief Again. Court Noten. Magistrate Charlie -It. .bias >n. f RJ'ondiield. was indicted in the "aunty Court, tut Warwick t.ourihou.-e yester? day on a charge of embezzlement from t':ie feta'te. or. m ire sjieeiti.ally. of withholding certain fees in connection with . OSes. Judge Lee issued a capias for the magistrate and placed it in che hands of Sheriff Cut tis for execution. He will have no <li!tieulty securing bail. tt had been known for same day.- that this ?ju'oeeeding would come up yester? day. 'What tlie tina! result will be can not. of course.' be sta eil. but ['.? bins on and his friends say it is simply in at? tempt to ge"t him out of office, all other attempts having failed. ite that as it may. the case will re? ceive i'mimedi'ate attention. WJ'LLlALMs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 December 1899

One of $he Gravest Confronting the Authorities and People. AN INEFFECTIVE ORDER Tfitiuim I>;hoii.sett from Exptileiic by Mr. lt. *-'. Uedding, Superintendent of Union Mlmlou. He Njcinea Xbree Clksnca and Describes Turin. One of the gravest problems confront, ing the city and the people here gfn erally is the disposition of ill" numer? ous hoboes who strike town afoot or over the Chesapeake and Ohio, beating their way on freight's. Their numbers are constantly increas? ing and when they get here tnev can? not go further. A' tramp rarely turns back. Hie keeps on going?if he can. The result, here is an accumulation of ?worthless 'humanity. Some way, the city has been unable to. protect itself against the nuisance. The council adopted un admirable ordi? nance the nu'isanoe.omf wy emf v vbg nance .months and mont'hs ago provid? ing for a chain gang, conceived chiefly for the benefilt of this class, but the institution for some reason or other has never been effective. All sort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 5 December 1899

$&f\? Haidts 5Pri?ss, PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? OATLT PRESS EUILDI'NG; Corner Lafayette Avenue ond Thirty third Street, Vjv the DAILY PRESS COMPANY. C. 13. THACKh'R, Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager, b. Q. SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14. Business Office, Bell 'Phone No. 181. Subscription Ratesi The Daily Press is delivered by car? riers anywhere in the city limits for 10 cents a week. Any irregularity in de? livery should be immediately reported to the office of publication. Orders for delivery of the Daily Press to either residences or places of business may be made by postal card or Bell Tele? phone. No. 181, to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40c. Three Months .$1.00 Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable In ad? vance. No paper sent longer than paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily Press may...

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