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Harvey to Conveclon. Head cf the Umcn University at Richmond Had to be Presented by tlie Vice President?Delegates Ci&it Hampton Normal School Today. Soui th'nsj of a sensation was c"* in du- negro Baptist Slate con Million yesterday when the prost dent. Rev. lt. H, Boiling, declined to intioduce Rev. G. H Harvey. D. l>.. president of the Union Univer? sity, at Richmond, and left the chalt in order thai the visitor might be presented by the vice-president. U seems that some years ago Dr. Ilnr vi j made ji statement to the effect that the negro had no future In the South, and his words have not been forgotten. In declining to present the visitor, the president sni'l, "I cannot introduce a man who trierf ,f> ??I" so much against our convention und cause somr vears ago." Rev. S. A. Moses, a delegate, also had something to say on this sub-: jejet. Dr. liarvc) was Introduced by the vice-president and made a brief speech, congratulating the conven-j firm upon the progress it lue; made.j Today most of trie delegates will v i"--it. Hampton Not mal school and hear Hooker T. Wash'ngton speak.I Opening Session. Rev. H. Tyr? II. of Lynchhtitg. pre-1 sidtd at the opening of the third day's mssiun of the negro Virginia Baptist convention yesterday nu rrirtu There were many short addresses made bj the representatives from the general association gf nrgro Bai? tists, which is in sc-sslon in I lamp? ion. Tiie flr-t speaker, was Rev. W. M. Alexander, or Baltimore, Md..! who In his address called attention to the necessity of d-iing in'ssionaiy work In Africa. He thought that the negroes should unite on that work and *>'>' to make the rac* better. He was glad lo see' that the' men and women of his race were uniting on the' work of reaching the negro. Among the visitors yesterday were A. Mil... i. Jr., who was 'wc.i-* t**y of the convention ft>r 25 years; fir J. Christian, of Riclimoif; it. Barkley, Middlobrook, Va.; R. C. Qearler. or Chariot! trville: W. T. Johnson. D. D.. Richmond; J. M. Daw son. of Williamsburg; Joseph t;r.gory. Southampton Co.; and Jose? phine Straughn. of British Outana. South America. She made an address: in which she told ol her conversion [ to the Christian religion and how j she had labored In her ativ'.> land as well as in AgK-rica. At the close of the adeir is a large collectiou was raised for her werk. Greetings from Hartshorn. Greetings were r. celved print Hartshorn Memorial College, through Miss Je wet t.'one of th.- teachers, a' letter was read from Dr. Lyman B. T.-ft. who has Ix-cn pr si.lent of th. in.a ittitii n tor a number of years.' It is an institution for the training of :cS?TCj gfils. W. J. Gunnel!, of Charlottesvill*. was iiitrodnced. I "The people of N'-wport News arc Klad to hav yon her ." said the Rev.: D-. H. Howell Harris, pastor of the K'rst Kaptlst. "and th:> white cltiezns. at-? contributing liberally to your en-l "fertelnment. JVe are trying to do for, o selves and as long as w-e continue ?l'to do this. >%t: will Bnd th" wh't-] people resdy and willing lo help tit*. I "The. ha\n gi\en i s flour hv the bor ; ml. hams-, fish and othrr things, and in that wav ?e are able i-> entertain I Trach the Younn to Work. | Rev. K. W. I>. Isaacs, of Nashville. Buy Ctot1.es Rrfjtit. BOYS* and CHIL? DREN'S Suits in the latest (/yle* (.an be b*/l at onr store, at mnd'-rate > ire?. Vie have th'm in the Mravse najkhv deajMe brssetcd with i rale Jit annts or taw b-H cat w'th hht m -r ssmea, $2 lo $10. Wcrfheimcr& Company ???Hb M Stifl Wnali Ar-. ^mtt TYuii., delivered au .uMrcss yesterday afternoon. He said "There arc two great problems In this country that nnis! In- soled, One is the white mau of the South with the negio prob? lem, and the white man of the North witfi his foreign probten*?. The for? eign problem Is drifting Southward.' and it will not be long before the I Christian negro will be called u|K>nj to help 10 solve It. He will have to Itt Ip the white man iu this, henee he must iirepare to do the work. Teaeh our boyk and girls to work, and thai ?11 labor honestly performed Is hon? orable. \W do not want a rac;' ot loafers. but iadjMtrioua neu anu women. An educated loafer is the wotv.e of all losfere. l.et us learn lilts. I appeal to you to train our voting people." A collection of IWO followe I the a:ldr ss. Rev. Stetllng N. nrook. D. n., of Washington. V. V. a member of the faculty of Harvard University, waa introdueed and made ;m address, calling attention to the theological seminary. I Last night Rev. W. R. Reed, B. D-. or Now Jersey, preached on "Woman's Work In the Choi h," Sidney J. Da? vis, represent his the foreign mission board, al'-o spoke, I SHIPPING REPORT Friday, May 15, 1908. Arrived. Steamer llornuspoot (Itr.t Barnett. Tort Tampa - to White Oak Com? pany for bunker coal. Schooner Charles 8. Ilirseh. llun ter. N* w York?'to New River Con? solidated t'oal Company in ballast. Barge E. B. Button from Prpvl dene;?to Chesapeake ft. Ohio Coal and Coke company in ballast. Itarge Julia it. Denipoey Bom Paw tacket?to Chesapeake & Ohio Coal and Coke Company in ballast. Cleared. x ( Steamer Aimora iBr.i Turner, lltasgnw United States Shipping Company. Steamer Herontrpool tfir.) Barnett, London?White Oak Coal Company. Steamer KUpSRrlck [V. S. army Irahsport) Rogers, Havana?U. 'S Quartermasters' Depot. Sailed. Sttamers Aimora (Br.l Glasgow; Kllpatriek <1". S. transport) Havana. Schooner Gardiner O. Dei ring. Hoss, Searsport. Calendar for Today. Sun risi s .4:66 S. m. Sun sets .7:07 p. m. High water ...9:.Vi a. m.. 10: ID p. m. Low water _4:07 a. m., 4:07 p. m. Exports for Glasgow. Carrying a full cargo of miscella? neous- exports, which was loaded at this port and Norfolk, the Donald? son Lino steamship Aimora. Captain Turner, steamer from this port y's terday for Glasgow. Kjlpatrck Steams for Havana. The army transport Kilpatrlek steam* d from this port yesterday morning for Havana. Cuba, wjlh stores ami supplies for the Army I Cuban RneiHcation. Jefferson Out of Dock. Having had a new propeller in? stall' d. the Old Dominion steamer Jefferson was hauled out of dry dock No. 2. at the shipyard, yesterday af? ternoon. Hod Hull Painted. The new steamship Brazos, which has been having her hull below the wstcrline rlean'd and painted in dry dock No. 2. at the shipyard, was hauled out of the hasln yesterday. DOUBLE LAUNCHING TODAY. Revenue Cutter and Dredge Go Over? board at Shipyard. The i'nit rl States revenue rotter Arnshnet and th" new dredge Clat w>p. building for the I'nited States army ongin< rr>. will he launched from the ways ntt the north side of ship trrrftle No. J. at the local shipyard, this morning. Th" cutter will be christened hv M'*< Dnff. of NVs Metfor I. Masx.. and Miss Virginia Warwick, of Norfolk, will smash the traditional hotlle of champagne twrn.-- Ihr dredge's bo* Th- la'tnehing wlli b?> private and wl'! I*- ?|tiiesK..(l hy nnlv the !n\ttr.| struts and a few of the yard offi? cials. ATHLETICS VS. HAMPTON. Peninsula League femes Battle In East End Today. The Newport New* At hi"**-* a1"! the nia<- of the Hampton Tutus ; M?o'h Chr stisn A?sorlnt ion will nt fo- th- flno time fhl?r ?es;?? ?tt fle dl.-mond at Madlvon utrttue itriS Tweatv fifth street at ?. in orloefc this sft*rrev<n Raliw- wHI pt'eh for 'be vi?!fnr? an-t r'Mrry wlfl be In th* hr?? for the Athlafirs. The North F.nd team w:|| jnnrtvt over to MhUnsSSS Him afternoon f. WH' t the SIS'" of the Port Mom "W T. M C A at N w Park In that ptsee Thi? will he ihr Jlrst same of the wtsKI h tweea lhe?o teams "Bread ravt anon the Stagers*" has ? <nreoi-r rmmT" f'^ h?r?? -ocwv r ?h?a it n?eo ?o do r>eeet?!lv Is l ?ewe of ???'*?". oi?4e |* (he "rta?l Se,; adtevtlalag nj'cri " Southern League Res?::? Mit? Roeh ? Atlowtn I X??hrtlte ;. M. mabl. 1 Moat-rawer? f. rw*W Orlaan? I Vlohik. i. Ruminshaa ?. ' i CAMPAIGN ENDS WITH AN OPEN 1 MEETING (Continued from Beet nd Page.) Mr. Itland Interrupted at this point to xay that at one time Mr. A. C. Gar? rel! had said ihui the Ol.I Dominion Land Company was supporting Mo. s. Mr. Moss replied by saving that Mr. Gftrrttt epoke ?rlthotii authority from him. In conclusion the speaker said. "I nay have made mistakes; hut if I done it. 1 thought I done it iti your interest and mine." During the course of h-s apoech, M-. Moss mentioned the name of .Mr. W. McD. Williams, a well known lit wspaper man. and after th" speak er concluded Mr. Williams made a brief Stutement In explanation ot some of the things which had heoa said. CanoV-datrs for Council. It was very late before the oan clut r for council were call; d upon, therefore all of those who respond < d spoke v.-ry briefly, simply announc? ing their candidacy and as-klng for support in today's primary. Those who spoke were Dr. Long an atol Mr. K. C. Shields, candidates for the board or aldermen, and Messrs. Warerly K. Jones. (1 W. Whit ley and J. J. Raker, candidates for the common council. MERCHANTS WANT EXPRESS COMPANYSALES REGULATED Committee Will Request CouncM to Pass Special Ordinance Barring the Lottery Feature. Tiie committee on Icgislatlt a of tin Merchants' Association lias been an Ihorlzed by the association to request the city council to pa;..; an ordinance regulating the sales which ar.> con dticted perh dlcally by express compa? nies to disposed of unclaimed pack? ages. The resolution directing the committee to take this action was in? troduced by Mr. Alex Meyrrx. and nnanimoualy passed at the last meet? ing. ! Th "?.: "old hen-e" sale.--., one of which was In Id here a few days ago by an ex pros ; eompauy. are snPPOSed tt> have something t>f an element of ei-.anre In them. l'nopt>ned pack? ages are put up and sold to th, hiirh e i bidder, all of the purchasers hop? ing to get the prize which is seldom, if ever, forthcoming. As a rule the people are eniicrd into spending their money for a lot of worthless jnnlt, such as samples of inoiildin.gs, pat? ent medicines, catalogues, etc. The merchants will ur^v the coun? cil to require tompanle.; conduct lue sach sales to expo>e the contents of ail packages to view, or pay a heavy license t?.x. BOYS USE LIMBURGER' TO BOMBtRD BUILDINGS Y. M. C. A. and Charnley Apartment House Attacked In Queer Style by Youngsters. J Several boys ?hos" names could j not be learned, bombard d the Young >''-n's Christian Association and the hOl of the Charnley apartment f-'eisc. Washington avenue and Thit i ty-seeond street, last night with lim | birger chains. From all aceouutB t'.tc youngsKrs began throwing the cheere around in the main auditorium Of the association building and after I -ating a hasty retreat from the as r;ciafion huil ling they disposed of Isrme extre rhe.se they had left on h;>iid by throwing it in the hall of t'l- apart m n; house nearby the as l ?ciaA'too. i The matter was immediately re l p ?rt.-l to the police, but no arrest* : 1 ave li"<-n mal?- in the ease. How lever, it 1? said that I ho. >>nli-c know r ho thre?r ;h' eh.-ese and they ex? pert to land the offenders today. What ;cd cp to the throwing of the ?hfotse bj not known. Matinee at Academy. A# th" Academy of Music :"r.iA af t- rpoon .-? spe. lal matinee for la Tea and children will In- given. Th- un dcville and moving picture l>:Ii for TH BIST STORE I Well, sen Holes In Y< Secryl Set y.s won't Buy the R> INTERWOVEN 1 That will orcre me the dtf*"tl!v Nothing Like 1 Strp in and 25c a Watt, Dox tu. l-iiter i'ttit of ihr ?o>'K is uB uauully clabuiate, and the manage? ment e\|>ocis a capacity house for bOtJj th?> iuatln<e and evening par to rawness today. ISDEPcliDENlfTPLA Y WILUAMBUG TODAY Several of the W. A M. Boll Players Will be With the Victore. Tile Newport NOWS r-uli ;it'iid<'!ltti and the VvillUlaehWs baseball nine will battle for hciiors at 11;? Cns'no path nl ?'! i'(lock i his afUrniH'u The hour of the game has be mi chang il so thai the visitors ntav rent in uot.i-- on the 5:21 o'clock train this afternoon. This is expected to prove the fastest game that ha-? in in eluwd on ihi* Casino thi.s season. ^< veral of the best playeri m the William and Mary College nine will be In the line up for th ? visitors and th? locals will, have to play fast ball to win "Kid" Lewis, the star twlrier i.f William and Mary Is es ported to <;?> 'he box! w.ork for the WilIMnvsburg team. j "Blllv" Beekes will be the tiring: firing line fer the I' cnls. John a'"l. Pat O'Hare will not in in lha game.; Buchanan replaclas the f irmer at second and Mooney the latter behind, the bat. Following win he the batting order] of the Independenta: Moonry. c.,| Maloncy. If. Beaten, rf.. K?mest, s i. Oavls. lb. Kuehanan. 31:, Foley, 3b.,j Kayo. rf.. Beckes, p. I Make roar hunt for work a tori <>fj ' vonr aballlty as an. advertiser. VoaJ CAN' advertise yourself Into a ood job?if yon win" (nuke ii n serious task. BLUE I Women should understand that, melancholia, commonly called "the blues," is in nine t itries out of ten a sure symptom of .some serious female organic derangement and should! I hare immediate attention. Women whose spirits ore depressed, and who are ailing j and miserable, should rely upon \ LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND ss is evidenced-by following letters. I Mrs. F. Ellsworth, of Mayville, N. Y., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " For three years I was in an awful despondent and nervone condition caused hv female troubles. I was not contented anywhere, and wa-. in auch constant fear that something terrible was going to happen that it seemed as though I should lose my mind. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound' has restored my health, and I cannot say enongh for it." I Mrs. Mary J. Willtarmspf Bridge? port, III, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " I have hern suffering from a female trouble, backache and headaches, and vi-as so blue that I was simply in despair. I feel it my dut v as well aa nay pleasure to tell von that Lydin K. Piukbant'a Vegetable Compound cured see. The ' change in my sppearanee is wonderful, ? and I wish every suffering woman . won'd trv it." : facts for sick women. For thirty year* Lydia E. Pink? ham s Vegetable Compound, mad* from roots and herbs has been th? I Standard remedy for female ?ls, : and has positively ni!^ '? women who hsv? )<e^n troubled with , dtspIaeeTneTtt?, in flri rrtmarinri, uWra - : tion. iirefjolartties, tvr-riodic pains : . bs^ksche. Why donl rou try it? ' ffl ViK THE BUST STORE iur Socks? oh; Kind. Try p Pa-r with th- New OES and HEELS . save Bsswev. sari tag and lay on : a 'it your eftf sad ? SS fsSSify. rhem For Wear let us show y s. i pair. ey & Watt Ncwi- rt WtfMtm. Va. - Beach I I Will Open for the Season MONDAY, MAY 18th Under the Management of JAMES V. BICKFORD #^XTEN8IVE repairs are boing made at the resort ^ and many improvements. On and after May 30th, every Saturday Will be Children's Day. There will be games and contests and prizes awarded to the winners. Music will be furnished by the well known orchestra leader, Prof. A. V. fm'dt [you know him]. Ii 11 EUE will bo a sacred concert every Sunday after ^ noon, brginuiug May 17 and continuing through? out tho season, from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. Thei-e will be concerts every afternoon during the week from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m, and from 9:00 to 10:00 p. m? every evening during the week. v It Counts .V' -.1;-? 9 ; ? ? t ' - ?Vri That's why the successful business man / pays particular attention to his Printing and Stationery It will help your business if you give this part of it more consideration, and see to it that you get tho best your money \aill bay. Wo carry high grade Htationery and do good printing. Our prices are moderate, quality considered. - i GiveUsVourllcxtOrder Warwick Printing go* Incorporated 211 Twenty.fifih Street (tTji Stairs) liVII Phono I?3