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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 December 1899

MEM08I4L SERVICES Held by the Hampton Lodge B. P. 0. Elks. COUNTY COURT IN SESSION Beverly Johnson Held for tlie Grand Jury. Daughter* of Confederacy. Mr. A. . H. Tajlor, Editor of the Dan? ville Register, In Tawu. The 'beautiful an'd impressive service to tbe decreased members of the Klks. was celebrated by Ho-mpton Lodge. No. ::c,6. -B. 1". O. Klks in tbe Soldiers' Home Theattre Sturd'ay afternoon ;n a most appropriate iintt lit'ting ma.: The exercises were o -autiful ':>. the extreme and a conservative estimate <>f the large number of people who at? tended them was 'placed at ?.G)'J. the large theatre In inn well tilled with the friends < f the order, many of wh.i ?were tlie fair sex. The loMge asombled! in its ha!! at i!:-" o'clock und marched by twos in a col? umn of pcihaps seventy-live '.?> the Home, where tlie services were held. 'file stage was a picture that Is ldom witnessed by a cuiis re gat :? m of Mamp tonions. Seated on an improvise.! elevated stage, th...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 December 1899

MARKET REPORTS NEW YORK STOCK. M UIKET. NEW YORK, De;. 4.?The weakness of stocks today was a re-stoose 10 the world wide tightness in money. A marked effect was aisj proJueed by the Supreme Court Oeetoio? in the Addy stone Pipe <?aso. involving an tnfringe inent of the anti trust law ay an tn dustrial combinati >n. Strenuous ef efforts -were made by professional op? erators to belittle Hie force of tips de? cision on the ground Ihtt th* party to ?the case was a ?> 11ticul.irly f'agrant il? lustration or a trust formation an3 that j tin- -points in the case could apply the general run of industrial combina? tions, but the acute efleet produced the securities of these combinations! argued an apprehension on the part of holders that their value .vitild be im? paired by the decision. Kto.:ks of the | industrials fell anywhere from cm- t< ,ivcr three (mints and showed out i feeble rallying ,?w .'t. In fact th-?r< seemed to be no re-siiiencv at any point I in the market. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 December 1899

B. P. 0. ELKS MOURN Brethern of Branching Antiers Hold Memorial Services. ELK BIBB THE ORATOR Kelatlvos ?od Frlctii.t* or Newport News .Lodge Unite WHU Aim b rs lu }>?y lug Mom ig.i to Memory uf tbe JUeparted Kllis. In accordance with the beautiful cus? tom of paying tribute to the memory of their departtli' brethren, wbioh has ob? tained unn?tig tin; lodges id' the order of Elks from the earliest history of the great benevolent, protective and social organization, the Newport News lodge heldi its annual public memorial service at the Optra House Sunday afternoon. Admission was by vaivl only and the number > f invitations issued was limit? ed to the capacity of the Ttousr?. Every seat was ov; upied and many persons were standing in the ais'es when the ceremonies began. The cut-tain was r : . .". promptly at " o'clock to the -nvu.-io of Von Suppe's "Para-graph III," played by the Soldiers Home orchestra. un'-Ver the *-aton of Professor H. SA. .Hale, the new direct? or. The prog...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 5 December 1899

Street Committee Will Employ) Another Engineer TO ASSIST CAPT. FlfCHETT! Getting WtU Started on :h? raving, ll*. cotrmendatlun* Maite by tlie City !ilDgtnv?r K* !atlv*> to Surface U.-aloago and BrUlgH?. The Street' <.'01iMinUt.ee met in regular session last nicht. City Engineer Fliehet: sent in three In the first, he submitted the -oilow ing rectur.tnen'dations in connection -After having ;'an fully gen,- over ;he grade ehart prepared by some of r;K. ablest engineers in t'htj l'ni'c-1 Sltu.itft ehart. having been Adopted by the coun? cil and said chart being a matter of record in the eity engineer's oili-O, in i empliance with wheih I have drafted a rough plan shewing h w tie' surface wan r will he best be dis1?>sol el' oil the various streets and aveivii s. "At present tie- p iving "i" Vv'ashing ton avenue and Twenty-eighth street ?will be first considered, they being the ?main thoroughfares of the city. "I hereby recoiivmend t.hat eaten bas? ins be placed at the corners ,...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 December 1899

I Associated | | Press I | Dispatches, ? VOL. IV. 286 "Rebellion in Philippines Must be Put Down." Cl)B\ HELD ONLY IN TRUST He ltccoiumunds: Cold Standard: Modi? fication of National Banking Act; Check on lUonopollef: Strengthening Merchant Marine. ( By Telegraph.) WASHt'XGTOX. Dec. .".?The mes? sage of President McKinley was trans? mitted to the Congress of the United States today. The full text contains about 22.000 words. The following is a comprehensive epilowie of the message, covering every subject touched upon: TUB MESSAGE. "To t'ne Senate and House of Repre? sentatives: "At the threshold of your delibera? tions you are called to mourn with your countrymen the death of Vice President llobart, who passed from this life on the morning of November 21st last. His great soul now rests in eternal peace. His private life was pure and elevated, while his public ca? reer was ever distinguished by large rapacity, stainless integrity and ex? alte.) motives. He bas been removed lion, the...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 December 1899

M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE (Continued from First'PagO the restraint of trade or commerce mong the several Stales or with for? eign nations to be unlawful. It ileoom inates as a criminal every person who makes any sueh conti act or < ngages in'any such combination or conspiraoy. and provides a punishment by fine or imprisonment. It invests the several Circuit Courts of the Fnite.l States with jurisdiction to prevent and re? strain violations of the act and makes it the duty of the several United States district attorneys under the direction o-t the Attorney General, to institute proceedings in equity to prevent and restrain such violations. It further confers upon any person who shall be injured in his business or property by any other person or corporation by rea? son of anything forbidden or declared to be unlawful by the act the power 10 sue therefor in any Circuit Court or the United States without respect to the amount in controversy, and to re < over three fold the damages by him...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 December 1899

(Continued from second page.) which is deserving of special consider? ation. This was the first island to ac? cept American sovereignty, its pecpte unreservedly pi i claimed allegiance to the United Status and ?dopted a con? stitution looking to the establishment trf a popular government. It was im? possible to guarantee to the people of Negras that the constitution so adopted should be the ultimate form of govern? ment. Such a question, under the treaty with Spain and in accordance with our own constitution and laws, caino exellishely within the jurisdic? tion cC the Congress. The government' actually set up by the inhabitants of Xegros event?'.ily 'proved ? unsatisfac? tory to the natives themselves. A new system was put into force by order of the major general commanding the de-" partinent. (This system has been pre? viously published.) DEAL WITH Sl'LTAX OF SITU'. ' "The authorities of the Sulu islands have accepted the succession of the United States to the rights of Spain, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 6 December 1899

A BUSINESS SESSION Council Gtts Through With Lots of Work. TEMPORARY CiTY ATTORNEY Employed During ?lie Illur?? <^f iUi. Kew tOQ, Strett ColinnittOf to Ku;K|(? An J^u(;'.Qr*r. More l'olle. men. ticiitlug ;h?? Court House. Th" council last night held a long i I.usession. gc-Dtuig through with the consideration of many matters, "v.tweli ivill appear in detail further on: These prosent when -t'he council was ? a. .1-1 to oroer were Oounedimen I'.nv ? -1I, Buivher. Cooper. Stone, Caffoo. i^en:'., Hughes, Thomas, Wi.kie, Doner ty and \\asivingtOn. Mayor Moss sent two coavintinicaHons to the council: The first, was as fd! "" Newport News. Va. O. e. t. lS'J'J. To tiie 11 Hiorable Citv Council: ' leivtlt men:?.My atte":vtion v.,u called ! ? ill.- plowing til' "if Chestnut avenue, lie 'Reynolds Brothers who arc- laying ? cat lots* in 'East Kind. I oi'dend the city engineer and the street cwnimls : i ,ner t.. examine into the mutter and report to mo. T'hi.-y reported. '.Mr. Ifcey.nokls als...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

I Associated I Press I Dispatches. VOL. IV. 287 Election of Senators by Primary is Recommended. MUCH SPACE TO FISHERIES JExlstiDg Oyster Lav la Commended as a Satisfactory Measure. Dlscusies Tragt*, Elections, the Public Debt, nnd Advises Funding of Bonds. CSpecial to The Daily Press.) iRlOH-MOiXD, VA.. December 6.?Gov? ernor Tyler's message was transmitted to the Senate and House oC Del -gates of Virginia at noon 'co-day. The text of the'message tolle.Kvs: "To the General Assembly of Virginia: ? It is with peculiar pleasure that I welcome you to the Capitol, and extend t > each of you a most cordial personal greeting. As the law-making bran-.h of cur State government, the citizens look to you to transmit to them in ev? ery statute and enactment the prin? ciples of liberty, justice and economy in public expenditures, which consti? tute the traditional heritage of this fa? mous < 'omni on-wea 1th. This is the last legislature elected in the State of Virgin'!a during the nine? t...

Publication Title: Daily Press
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

GOVRRNOR' S MESSAGE (Continued From Page Fonr.> Hone its work well, I leave the results to show. I refer with pleasure to the re-port, of this hoard, and to the fact that instead of being a burden to the State, the oyster fields yiel'ded the first year under this new system the hand? some sum of $54,000. "more Chan $34,000 of which Was clear profit, and for the first eighteen months, ending the 'ilst of September. 1899, as will be seen by reference to the report of the Board of Fisheries to your honorable body, that the? Total amount collected for the first eighteen months of the law's operation was .$ 73.90S,40 Total expenses . 30,3S7,34 Net revenue to the State.5 42,509.061 Total revenue for the previous year. 29.985.20 I Total expenses . 31.693.43 'Deficit .$ 1.80S.23 Difference. alWing deficit. 43,317.291 Tbtta.1 income for four years, 1894-96-97 . 131,630.33 | Total expenses for the same time .116.885.101 Net.$ 14,745.281 Average per annum . 3,686.3! Average annual expense u...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

GOVERNOR S MESSAGE (Continued from second page.) ing such, should perform a work equal in thoroughness to that of the Nation? al Academy at West Point. THE VIRGINIA 'POLYTECHNIC IN? STITUTE. The Virginia Polytechnic Institute, located at Blaoksburg, has the largest roll of students in its 'history. and. along with its military instruction, is turning out skilled mechanics, engi? neers, agriculturalists and scholars. Its retiring and beautiful location com? mends it as a home for students, and its ample equipment under its able management, is fast placing it in the forefront of America's technical schools. Its patronage is increasing so rapidly that new buildings will have j to be added. NORMAL SCHOOLS. "I would also take time to commend ! the excellent results attained by our Normal 'Schools at Farmville and Wil? liamsburg, and the one for colored stu? dents at Petersburg.The teachers from these institutions are having a distinct influence in building up to a higher de? gree of effi...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

Distressing Situation at Second Baptist Cnrrch. MINISTER MvCKaY ON TRUL CharR' * A?nlim' Hiiu Promiiinwd Ornou'rt cil Hi. in. Criminal Print cutlon ?if OfiS'iHtors I>. man t'. <1. During the past forty-eight hours, rumor h.as had her forked tongue a-wasging; and iron-heeled ill-report has stalked aboul the city ruthlessly trampling upon the reputation of a minister of the gospel. ^o foul and emphatic were the ru? mors and so persistent the reports that in a few hours they gained enormous circulation and by Tuesday night the matter was the common tall: of street and shop. Wherever one went he heard the name of the preacher bandied about between the battledores of sneers and vile insinuations. The preat her Is Rev. J. M ?'Kay, pas? ter of Second Baptist church. The charge connects his name scu:rilousiy ?with that of a married woman living in East End. The reports seem to have been given circulation chiefly through an officer on the police force and bis family. Mrs. MacKay heard ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

MORE FUNDS NEEDED To Keep Up the Union Mission Work. Y. M. C. A. REPORT FOR NOV. There Were Over Four Thousand Vinlfs to tbe Rooms. The Work of the Various Dopartinsiuts Dnn tug the Month. The work of the Gospel Mission has been largely increased by t'he approach of Cohl weather an ii this fact, coupled nvft'h t'he ad.ii; ior.al expense incurred in it'he rental cf the present hall, has made it necessary for 'Superintendent Ued? ding i" take sii ps'to secure funiher sub? set:!.; Pan's to i! he werk. Tu order to start effectively, Mr. Ued? ding has secured t'he signatures of the ministers .if tire city to the following en : irsemenlt: "We. the ministers of the gr.spel. of the ? i'ty of Newport News, Va.. in iiev Ing thai tin- Union Gospel Mi-si in. un? der the direction of .Mr. It. LI. Red ling, its present stiperhuer.'dent;. Is d'j'mg .1. grand and noble work, and tilling a 1" g felt want in our city, do hereby heartily endorse i; ar.d com'mend it t>> the churches and general p...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

THE COINCIDENCE CLUB. (The Secretary of This Odd Organisa? tion Tells Two Odd Stories, Doth of Wklch Are Trne. It was the secretary's turn to tell a yarn to his fellow members of the Co? incidence club. The Coincidence club, by the way, has no cumbersome ma? chinery. It has members and officers, meets once a week to tell queer stories ? long the line suggested by its uamc, and everything but the strict truth is barred. "I've got two stories, much alike, to tell. There's nothing dramatic or sen? sational about them. They struck me as queer, though. You know I'm a law? yer, and lawjers are largely dependent for business upon their friends, who tend cases to them. One day a man named Dodge brought in a letter of in? troduction to mo from a friend out west. He had a simple sort of a case, and I asked hint to come back at three o'clock that afternoon. Then I went over to the criminal court on business that kept me till within a few minutes of three o'clock. As I entered my of? fice there...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

In order to close out the remaining property of the Newport News Land and at public auction, on the premises, in that popular resident section overlooking Hampton this city, between Chestnut and Oak avenues, ment Company we will sell , within the city limits of A\ to the highest bidder. Gas, electricity, water and sewerage are on rare opportunity the property. Car line within one block. This is a E^TERMS===One-third cash and the balance in six and twelve months.-@sffl i Larger and quicker profits are made here than in any other city in the State. WON BEANS FOR HIS FRIEND. Camliler Made a. Stake nnd Forced Ills Partner to Eat More Than He Wanted. "Two friends of mine," said the old I gambler, "were broke and pretty hum :gry. One was an indefatigable gam ,bler, the other a man who thought of ihis stomach before anything else iu !the world. The stood in front of a Sixth avenue beanery looking hun? grily at a pot of pork and beans from which a waiter was taking some for a ?customer. The...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

Wfiit ^mht press. ?' PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (Except Monday) ?at the? DAILY PRESS BUILDING, Corner Lafayette Avenue and Thirty third Street, by the DAILY PRESS COMPANY, j C. E. THACKER. Editor and Publisher. R. M. JOHNSON, Advertising Manager. 8. a. SMITH, Circulation Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Editorial Rooms, Both 'Phones No. 14.1 Business Office. Bell 'Phone No. 181. i _._I Subscription Ratesi | The Daily Press is delivered by car-j Tiers anywhere in the city limits for 101 cents a week. Any irregularity in de-| livery should be immediately reported to the office of publication. Orders fori delivery of the Daily Press to either! residences or places of business may! be made by postal card or Bell Tele? phone. No. 1ST, to B. G. Smith, mana? ger of circulation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. One Month . 40<-.! Three Months .SI.no Six Months . $2.00 One Year . $4.00 Mail subscriptions payable in ad? vance. No paper sent longer than i paid for. Branch Offices. Advertisements for the Daily P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

HAMP. B. P. 0. E. ENTERTAIN Social Smoker in Honor of Dis? tinguished Quests. AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR Council tu sleet Touighe. Will m.cme KUoirto Lieht ; On, 3:1011. Great Football Gamo Tomorrow on Soldiers' Home Gridiron. Hfatntpiton Lodge. Nv?. 3615, B. P. O. E. tertKl'ere-d ia smoker tu Rev. Baker P. Lee o'f ?C?lulm'bia. Tenn. Hon W. A. Mac Cord, of New Bedford. Mass.. and sev? eral visitors in their handsome lodge ro'o-m1 last nignt alter the regular meet? ing cf 'the ledge. T'.ie cdaesion was of ?a nsost enjoyaole nature, and the large number of visitors ? : at seemed to be l-horoag'hly-pleastu with tin; reception tendered thum. Hon. W. A. MacCorJ. ?was chosen chairman of the session and presided wit'h that chat acteristic so usuail 10 Elks. Tni program, wail.' of an Impr. .r.ptu nature, was unusually tine and entirely void of long winded talks. Jt Lv lu red several sol..-: by Mr. J. P. Igiehart. Mr Onrr.isley. and Mr. Ken: and recitations by Messrs. Kent Bryant and Rev. Mr. 'Lee....

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 7 December 1899

WOMEN IN MEDICINE. There Arc Xoit Fon:- Thousand F!vf Haudrcd Female Doctors In the United .Stute?. Striking as has been the aO.var.ro of women in the medical profession >>* England, it lias been even more so in the United States. Twenty-five years ago, says the Young Woman, there were 50? lady doctors iu practice in the states; to? day there arc -1,500?one in 15.0UU >if the population. Among: these arc a few dis? tinguished homeopathisis, hospital physicians and surgeons, professors in medical schools, oculists and electro? therapeutics, the great majority being ordinary doctors. The first !ud.\ doc? tor in the world was an American wom? an?Miss Elizabeth L'laekwell, who was enrolled as a physician in the Medical Register of January 1, is;:'. Cue of America's most noted lady doctors, Marie: E. Zaky ewska. was'a native of Berlin, but slif- liad to leave the German capital in consequence <>f 1 lie strong prejudice aroused against her. That was many years ago, ami the l...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 December 1899

Associated I Press I I Dispatches, f VOL. IV, 288 ? Senators Should be Elected, Ar? gues Berry, of Arkansas. JOINT RESOLUTION OFFERED Finance Bill In the House. Bill Liiultlnp President to One Term and Giving M< mbers of House a Four Year Term Introduced. (By Telegraph.) WASHINGTON December The session of iln- House lasted only h ill an hour to-day. iMr. Overs;ret-t. (Rep.) of Indtiana, in charge of the Finance bill, attempted1 to reach an agreement f?n- ks consideration next week but Mr. IRie'hardson. on behalf of thi niir.or ity rejected! ?11 proposals on the ground that a bill as important as this should go through the regular channels. Tiie speaker thereupon appointed the i'ooi'mittoe on Rules, which is ;:, include hi'mself. Mr. DalzeVl. of Pennsylvania: Mr. Grosvenor. of Ohio: Mr. Riehard son. of Tennessee, and Mr. Italic..-, of Texas. Th. .. will hot'.: a meto tni; to? morrow an.! o. ido Upon a rule rt,j- ihe limits of tlv (.1,/bate which will iridoiibt edly consume the who...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 8 December 1899

NO CHRISTMAS GIFTS From Pupils to Public School | Teachers. DISAPPROVED BY THE BOARD II is U?I<1 1 liat tht> H*l>M[uf Solicitlug Sub* M:r pll'.im 1" ,. Tii!? Curposs Uaii n Tritit? nry to Ftiibtirrufts ilio 1'oortr ChildreD. The 'School Board held a regular meeting his; nigh; in the High School bundling and trai sac:e I a lot of rou? tine btisiiness. When the Hoard assemble1.! President cooper was ?l?sent and Mr. J. .(. o'Donnel! called the meeting to order. Hr. Cooper came in later and took the chair. 'The report of Superintendent Thomas I Tempil- Powell fc'howed the foll'owinj enroiltirent for Nvwenvber: ! White pupils . 1.30? ! Average attendance . 1.1631 i'..lin ed pupils. 126! Average attendance . t'.T:: llhe Building and Grounds Commit? tee wa- instructed to punahase steine m . i s.-ary .-tipplies. Under the head of new business Sup? erintendent 'Powell suggested that the'j Uiai'd make a ruling in regard to the habit among 'the pupils of getting tip subscriptions in o...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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