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About Ninety of the 113 School
Superintendents of Virginia
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
Cnarlottesville, Va., jutio as.?The annual
?onference of the ichool superintendents
>f Iho fctate began thla morning la Cabcll
Uall, ut the university. Hlato .Superintendent
Kggleslou presiding. About ninety of the
)U superintendents arc In attendance upon
the session, which will conclude to-morrow
sight. At 1? o'clock this morning the super?
intendents enjoyed an unuaual treat In the
?liapa of an address from Dr. Myron T.
tcuddar, of Itutgcrs College, on the famous
Uonteaaorl method of teaching children. Dr.
Bcudder, who recently returned from Home.
Where he went to study the principles of
the famous Italian educator, stated that
lliu i/ntin Is founded upon years of study
sad experiment, and appear to the average
man to he bused upon practical common
Kiisc. Dr. Moritessorl, auld tho speaker,
Hudies the Individual child, attempts to
llsoover his weaknesses and his special
|l(ls, and then she prescribes tor him as!
an individual ?much as it physician pre-1
tcrlbei for u patient. The result Is that
Ii :. i< ncles ore remedied w here this Is poa
licio and talents are cultivated. She at
jimptl particularly to character and
lu develop Independence, self-reliance und
Initiative, making use of all the latent pow
irs of the child. Mir wojld III the school
lu the child rather than the child to the
While In Home Dr. Bcudder visited every
''Jlouae of e.'hildiiood ' lu exlatenee except
lire one In MontesiotTl own apartment,
tvhlch no one la allowed to see, and the
Hi" at Milan. He brought back with him
Many lantern tildes, which he used to liua
traiu his lecture.
At tiooti to-day Superintendent BgglcttOn
ijui.n.-tt the ger.erni assembly of Hie l.'nl
?eralty Summer School, lie spoke briefly of
ll.e Advantugea of attendance on the hum?
mer hchool and gave lomt worda of sound j
sdvi-e concerning the work of the teachcrj |
Curing trie enaulng neaalon. ?
The d.l'gaiiona from i!.e various Statee
represented ?l tha University hummer
s bool met to-day lo elect a chairman from
(SCh dlvialon- to make arrangements for
tr.4 Kta'.e lei/reaeniatlon In the feetlvltiea
ef the glor.oua Fourth of Ju.y. Tho stu-j
Cents turned out with much enthualaam, ar.d .
plans are In progreas for a celebration that
should even ecllpas the pageants held In
Dr. Abrain Simon, the head of the Wash
lrigion Hebrew congregation, who l.aa been
sent to the- University Kummer School un?
der the auspices of the Jewish Chitauqua
Beciety of Pnlladeiphla. delive red lo-day the
(.rat of u aeries o! lectures on Hebrew aia
tory and literature. Thla .....iirs.. bide fair
to become one of the rnoet popular In the
school. Dr. Simon la a doctor of philosophy
of Columbia t'rtlv. raltv . a graduate of Cin?
cinnati University and of I lie llenrew Uni?
versity of Cincinnati, ar.d holds many hon?
MAY BNTEn WILMINGTON.
Reported That Norfolk Southern Plans
Wilmington, N. C. June 2?.?Hu?
mors, are current here to the effect
that tlie Norfolk Soulhein I'.allroad la
preparing to enter Wilmington. One
..r more surveying parties has been
at work In the northeastern sort'on 01
the county for the past several weeks,
and It Is said that members, of the
parties have, stated, in answer to in?
quiries, that they were surveying lor
a railroad project.
a local engineering firm has ceon
engaged In surveying through the
Acorn branch section and even to the
el....is of the city at Smith's Crt-ek.
which fact. In connection with tho.
well-founded rumors that property-1
owners In that part of the city have 1
been approached by outside capital?
ist! who offered to buy or lake op?
tions on their property, lends Cred?
ence 10 the reports that a railroad
is hark of the work.
It Is also known that a surveying
party has been at work In Tender
county, and also around the Chinqua?
pin section In Uuplln county.
Kinston is the Ne.rfolk Southern's
nearest point to Wilmington, a dis?
tance of about seventy miles. However,
a road from Kinston to Pink Hill,
I.enoir county, a distance of fifteen
miles, is said to be controlled by the
The re- is a logging road between rink
Hill and BeulavTlle, DupMti county,
n distance of eight or ten mips.
If the Norfolk Southern would build
from Wilmington to Pink Hill, the
distance In a direct line would be
afoul forty-five mile?, and If the U.g
pli.g road could bo utilized It would
require something less than forty
mlies Of road to connect the two c'.Des.
It Is believed that be-fore a great
while something definite will be known
with regard to the reputed project.
TIME OF HOMICIDE
Mrs. Gwaltney, Charged With
Murder of Her Husband,
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Kenbrldge, Va, June ?Mrs. Alma
C. Gwaltney, charged with the mur?
der of her husband in KenbriUge on
October 10 lust to-day was acquitted
on the ground of insanity at the time
of the homicide. The Jury was out
only about three minutes. Mrs.
Gwaltney was represented by McNeill,
liudglns. and Iselin. while the prosecu
t'on was assisted by Mr. Harrison, of
The case was characterized by the
number of physicians who testitied, m
clud'ng Dr. William V. Drewry and
D.\ A. S. 1'rbldy. two experts on In?
sanity, who gave it as their opinion
that the accused wns insane In Octo?
ber, although s?he at this time.
DIES IN Git BAT AGONY.
>llfi? I.in-.? Brooke Fntnlly Injured by
li\pluHlon of Xh'uhiil Move.
[Special to Tho Tlmes-D spatcb.j
Winchester, VS., June St.? Miss Lucy
Boroke, daughter of Rev. Krank J.
Brooke, daughter of llcv frank J.
w. Va., Presbyterian Church, who was
terribly burned late Monday n'ght by
the explosion of an alcohol itove, upon
which she was heating milk, lingered
until last night and died in great
agony. Her father smothered the
Hames* with a blanket and extinguish?
ed the fire, which had started In olh>t
portions of the room, and his hands
were badly burned in doing so. Fu
netal services will be held in Rom?
ney on Thursday morning and her
temalns will be Interred on Friday
Im Riehmond, where Dr. Brooke's fam?
ily formerly resided.
EMPLOYED AS PACKERS I
Students of Georgia Institutions Es*
Koer In I'rnch Industry.
?Fort Valley, Ga.. June 26.?From1
the leciuto rooms of four Georgia edu?
cational institutions?University of
Georgia, Mercer. Fmory and Georgia
School of Technology?more than 100
students came here yesterday to be?
come peach packers for several weeks.
Dusty "Rah Rahs" frequently ar?
heard In this quiet village as a result of
the Invasion of the collegians, who. not]
laving secured temporary employment
in the cities during the vacation'
period, decided to spent the summer in
one of the large fruit-growing sec- j
tlons Of the State.
The students will earn about $1.50 al
day each during the parking season. |
rspecl.il to The Times-Dispatch ]
Spotslyvanla, Va., June 2>i?Captain:
William B. Warren and Mrs. Alice I
A McClure, both of Spotslylvania ;
county, were married to-oay In Fred
ericksburg by Rev. -^ecatur towards. !
of the Baptist Church. Th? bride Is
the widow of Duvld McClure. of In?
dians, and the daughter of the late
Anderson Wheeler, of Spotsylvania
county. Mr. and Mrs. Warren will re- ,
side In Fpotsylvanla county.
BILL AIMED AT "NEAR BEER." j
Mont Important Motte Before the
i. rir^lM Legislature.
Atlanta, Ga.. June 26.?The Georgia
Legislature met to-day for its an?
nual tlflv?dav session. The T'np'tit
bill, aiming to prohibit tne sale of
beverages containing more than one
half of 1 per cent, of alcohol. Is re
garded as the most important legis?
lative matter in Sight. The bill would
halt the traffic In "near'" beer.
The Georgia Game Protective Asso?
ciation will push certain measures to
protect woods creatures.
Another proposed law Is designed i
to protect the people from "wildcat''
do you give your sick animals
doped medicines? Did you
ever think of that?
Many animals die after treat?
ment with doped medicines
which are worse than none at
An animal with a weak heart or run?
down condition cannot stand being
drugged. When the reaction sets in
they usually die.
You should take as much care in
doctoring your stock as you would
Noah's Horse Remedies
are medicines?not dope. Be on the
safe side by giving your animals these
Noah's Collo Itomody la rceommondod for that
most dangerous disease, Colic, anil 13 harmlcs In
Its effect. Simple to administer?given on tho
tongue. Qho.apln price?&0c a bottle, and worth
160 to any stock owner.
Noah's Fever Remedy Is a modlcino tor fever,
cough?, colds, dlstumpor, Influenza, lung troubles,
in' 1 the treatment ol milk fever in covrs. Given
on tho tongue. Tco sizes, M)c and $1.00.
Noah's Liniment Is tho bc3t all-roUnd family and
stable romodyon tho market. Co 1 tains r.o alco?
hol, chloroform, nmmoala, naphtha, benzine, or
poisonous drugs. 23c, 60c, and 11.00 a bottlo.
Gallon i,.in at S"1.00.
Thcso rorncdles aro sold by all dealers In med!
cine. Mndo In Richmond by tho Noah Remedy Co.
"I have been using
Noah's Liniment and
Noah's Colic Remedy
on our stock with tho
bast results, and find
them to be the best
remedies oi tho kind I
have over used and
recommend them to
stock owners.?D. J.
Griffith. Sup't 8. C.
bia, 8. C."
"My stable bossrays
the Noah Remodlcsare
ttiebcst he ever used,
especially tho liniment
lor tho euro ol sore
shoulders, with which
wo havo had so much
trouble. De also en?
dorses your collo rem?
edy as bolnc fine and a
sure euro.?T. J. Davla,
Bup't Btato Farm,
The First Issue IP
pay Out Next Sunday jK
ym Seventh Annual IpJ
J|B School Section
W fetassi?feBisiratcfr ?
* Ten Weeks M
GEIS 18 YEARS
NegTO Who Burnt F. W. El
more's Property Is
A dispatch has been received by
Colonel Joseph Button, Commissioner
of Insurance, announcing the convic?
tion of William Wilklns. colored, for
arson by a jury in the Brunswick
county Circuit Court, the conviction
carrying a penalty of eighteen years
In the penitentiary. Wl-.tlns was ar?
rested by an operative of the Bureau
of Insurance and prosecuted on evi?
dence furnished by the bureau. His
sentence of eighteen years is the see
on" maximum penalty to be Imposed
In the State since the new law rela?
tive to arson became effective.
Wllkins set lire to and destroyed a
tobacco barn, stable, feed house and
live stock, the property of W. Ki
moro, of Poole. Brunswick county, on
December 2u. 1911.
Olli tVInn by Large Majority.
Heathsvllle. Va., June -6.?Judge
T. R. B. Wright, having ordered an
election for a supervisor for Heaths?
vllle township to succeed J. FI. Betts,
lately deceased, a heated contest took
place on Saturday, and Howard Olli,
of Avalon, won by a large majority.
There were three candidates: How?
ard Gill, Of Avalon; James Brane, of
Misklmmon, and O, S. Shirley, of
I The Hygeia
i Thltty-seventh St., Cape Henry, Va.
Directly on ocean front; fine marine
i view. Capacity, seventy-five. Terms
rcai-onnblc_ROE & DYER.
12-14 East Ninth Street (near Fifth
Avenue), Ntw York. Rooms and board,
?1.50 per day: $8 psr week. Centrally
located. Excellent table.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
KAYSRR LITIIIA SPTtlWO,
The idevtl place to upend the hot ?rum?
mer months. Two miles from fltaunton,
Va Large, sir}' rooms; baths; vege?
tables and fruits for table grown on
plac?; good milk and butter.
For further particulars and rates
n. II, Weld', Manager,
R. Fv D. No, U . fltaunton, Va*
Spend your vacation?
vour week ends?your
You will be delighted
with the place?its round
of pleasures and outdoor
The Blue Mountain House
In The Heart of The niue Itldge.
Elevation two thousand feet. Overlooking
th< beautiful Cumberland and Shenandoah
Valleys. ?'"ool. bracing atmosphere. All
amusonent?. Orchestra, danclns. tennis,
hon Unit alleys, pool, saddle horses, etc.
Capacity 500. nates 115.00 per week and up.
Descriptive, booklet on application to BOND
& C.IBBON5. Props.. Blue Mountain. Md.
RAWLEY SPRINGS. VA
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia and
Sulphur Wat?rs. 2,00) feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens June 15.
Until June 8 address K, W. B?LLING,
217 Hanover Street. Annapolis. Md.
At Lake Sunapee.
The ideal p'acc to spend your summer
I vacation. Fcr hooklcts address ROY P
[EAR, Sunapee ,N. H.
Mountain Bridle Paths
A1t.iv? cool. NO FI.IF.S OR MOS?
QUITOES. Every Outdoor Sport Mag?
nificent Sv-iitimiiic Pool. Sulphur >nd
Mtdicinal Bath*, lutf a million spent In im
rtovemenU. Same niniEintRl as Motel Cham
I-r.it. Old rolnt. lor Information ? Miesi
CEO. F. ADAMS. Whit. SeJakor, W. V*. Jj
Greenbrier County, W. Virginia
Crockett ArsenioLithia Springs
and Baths opens June 1. Elevation
2,150 feet Cures nervous prostration,
dyspepsia, kidney disorders, malaria,
rheumatic and skin troubles and female
IrreKulnrltlis. Clears and i.e.. mines
the complexion. Writi for booklet.
M. f. THOMAS.
Crockett Snrloe-., V?,
Old Sweet Springs, West Va
In the "Switzerland of America."
Elevation. 2,200 feet. Climate unsur?
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
New management. Everything first
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive. Golf a specialty. Automobile
service. Open June 15. Booklet.
W. D. PAXTON. Manatrer.
fifth Season UnclerSiame Managemetii
<?pcn's Julie. 22'-: ; ,. Capacity 600,
Pulaski Alum Springs
Open June 1st.
Situated in Pulaski county, Va., 2,000 |
feet above sea level, amidst the Alle
ghany Mountains. Climate invigorating;
free from malaria. M?dem hole!. Tau!? i
supplied front our own gardens. Pulaski
alum water contains marvelous curative
powers. Beneficial in more different dis?
eases than any other water in the State.
All sports, such as dancing, bowling, ten?
nis, croquet, fishing, boating and bathing
FREE to our fciiesls. Write for full in?
formation and rales. Water shipped at
all seasons. K C. GRAHAM, Manager.
Ocean City, Md.
Capacity 600. Opens June 29th under
the general management of A. Stanley
Stanford, of Devon Inn, Devon. Penn.,n
and Deer Park Hotel, Md. Excellent ser?
vice u rcndasonablc rates.
reopens May 1 for the season 1913.
For terms, until May 1, address
MISS C. V. BOUSH.
70S Botetourt Apartments. Norfolk. Va,
UKRKirl.KV SPIUNGS. W. VA.
Math* now open. Mineral water Mr rheu?
matism, rout, lolatlcu, dyapensta, etc.
Ucrman physicians pronounce waters ?qual
to Car.spart. Send for book's!.
Orchestra after June 18, nanclnn
I HOTEL IVA^IUNOTON.
Atlantic City. ttcdorW
Pacific and Arkansas ' AVfnuci. Spacious
(round* adjoin bench and boardwalk. Or. y
medlum-pricod hotsl whtr? guest* may go
from house to surf In bathing attlra ?IIb
Out using streets, which Is prohibited. Cso
of bath house* with attendant to est re for
sult? I* free. Running water la tootn?.
Fresh and sea water baths, public and prl
rate. Special rate? 1150 and up dally) IS.00 '
to t.i ? ' weekly. Including choice table, aup- .
piled from own farm. White service. Or- :.
cnestra. Tennis courts and croquet grounds 1
Between hotel and beach. Booklet mailed t
PA Oil O. ROSECRANS.
Leading Resort House of the World
I O JOSIaH wtlllt A SONS COMPANY 1
Half lllock Ocean Front.
?*Jwa.vs Open. Capacity 600. Fireproof.
Sea Water Oaths. Oarage. Booklet.
BY THE SEA.
BOTEL AMI) SANATORIUM.
Atlantic City, N. J.
IN TUB MOUNTAINS,
.1 rTRhT-CLASS HOI EX.
F. I . YOUNG, Genernl Manager,
On the ocean front, Virginia av.. overlook?
ing famoua Steel Pier. Capacity 600. Special.
(12.M up weekly; r.o ?xtra charge, for hot
sea water baths. Elevator, spacious porches,
privat? laths. Orchestra. Auto meets trains.
.Booklet. W.M. 11YMAN. Proy.
FRANK M. I'lIOERL?. Mgr.
Mlchlcan Avenue, neur Ilcach,
Atlnntlc City, N. J.
Capacity 250. Every modern con?
venience and comfort. Private baths.
Booms with runnlnrr water. Eleva?
tor. Special weekly rates.
it. J, osnortNF. ,t son.
Most select location fronting tha ocenn.
Thoroughly modern. Courteous service.
Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresh nnd
sea water attachments, etc. Magnlllcent
porehea ov.-rlookln ij the Boardwalk and
ocean. Orchestra of soloists. Golf privi?
leges. Always open. Illustrated booklet.
_NEWT. IN HA IN WS COMPANY.
lone of Atluntle City's Largest and Leading
On Oeean front. Close, to all attractions,
capacity 1.0CO The location, large room*
and open surroundings have established
I tnis at tne most comfortable hotel for tha
i-ummer. All baths supplied with '6ca and
Fresh water: tunning water In suest rooms.
r-p.irtous promenade verandas overlook the
famous Boardwalk. Orchestra. High-class
Itrsmur-int. American and European nlans.
A. S. RUKEY8BR, Mgr.
JOEL HIM.MAN. Pres.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
Directly on the Ocean Front
I St. Charles Place and Beach 500 large cool
I rooms, oc. an view; private baths; running
' water in rooms: tin** polrehes; elevator;
I ?lectrtc lights, etc. rood and service of
the best. Very reasonable rates.
_H. J. PYXES.
Best Moderate Rate Hotel
And Fireproof Annex, Tonn. av.. near Reach
central: capacity l'"j; opposite Prot, and Cath.
Churches : running wattr in rooms : pi ivate had > .
excellent table : vegetables from own farm; white
service, *h ?<> -j.it tt-k'ly: 81.00 t<> s:...'.?
il'ly. ltUt. Special mtes. It. M. Lud?. M.D.
Tennessee ?t?? near llench: always open
Prirate baths, elevator; excellent table;
while service; SI/ up dstlv; ?10 to J17.50
wklj. Sat to Men . ?.:'?<? tlooalen.
UAftOARBrr WALSH IilTNCAN.
New York ave., First House from Beach.
Private Baths Running Water In Rooms.
II AT 11 IN r; ALLOWED FROM HOTEL.
Rates, $: up Dally; 59 to JIT.50 Weekly.
Tfnnossr' Ave.. third house from beach
and pier: family hotel; private baths, ocean
view, clcator. line porches, home cooking;
special low early season rates.
J O. MITCHELL.
New Hotel Merion
Atlantic ?U.v. N. J.,
Vermont Ave. Unobstructed ocean
view. Newly built brick. Cul.xlno tin
surpassed MACK I ATX ft CO.
2CENTS POSTAGE SFCUHES FULL INFORMATION
OF ATLANTIC CITV, ITS HOTEtS, AMUSEMENTS,
STREETS ETC. "OFFICIAL" GUIDE SENT KREE
BY CITY INFORMATION BUREAU
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia Ave. near Beach and Steel Pier,
Open surroundings. Capacity 800. Hot ar\
I .old sen water baths. Large rooms; south-,
ern exposure Elevator to street level,
ipacloill porches, etc Special Week rate.,
82.50 up dally. Booklet. Coaches meet
train*. COOPER A LEEDS.
\ Irgltlla Avenue and Beach. Ocean view,
J Oreatly Improved. Cap. r>9. Private baths,
running water In rooms, elevator, etc.
MUSIC. Hpeclal, JU.50 up weekly: I1J0 up
dally. Open all the -ear. llooklet.
Virginia Av., near Hearh.
FIREPROOF?HI IL I OF BRIt'K A STONEi
Everything that constitutes it flrai-clnas
hotel. Elevator, private baths, etc.. etc. H.04
up dally, special weekly rates: booklet.
_ O. D. PA INTER.
HCTTTA. M?JF.STIC. Virginia'~ a v a n <t
Beach; renovated throughout: centra of
attractions; ocean view; capacity J00; ale-,
vator; private baths; whlt? sende?. ?to.;
superior table: epe.cl.il i'-O up weekly; SgS
up dally; bookist. M. A. oM ITU,