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IcrtominAtlohal odttbatlbtii Tho oonvcnllon linvlng lirforo It tliln ptirpnso, plniply works for tho ftbPfl of tho wlmle churbh,, but mnkes no laws?, for oneh church ls n Bover'efgn borly, whlvli lpnkos IflwS for Its i>W1i Bovornment, "When tho nnnvontloh Is enlled t" onlor thls ovohlliK 1" lha Audllbrlulvi at P: 1 *? o'clock, nfter hcnrlng the ntl drosscs of WfoieoWo by Mayor McCnf* thy, tho olsetlntl of oflleors will Inko JllflCO, nnd It Is mot'o thnn probnblo thnt lho*e hofc in bttlco will bo ro blactod by noolnmntion. _, Thore Is ho nomlnatlnn oominjltoe, Btid for tlilt* ronpon there ttiay ??> ? na-Tibs placeri beforo tho bodyi but ntich n mbvc Is nol hnticlpated. Alnong thp oulcera nro tlie two st rMnrlos, Dr, Burrows nnd Dr. (Hcgory. both of whnm hnvo aorvtid nlhco IfcRtl, hearly twonty-Mx yonrs. At the Inst conventlon jowelod ih^dfUs wero pvc P.fntod to thohl ln'reAORitlllon of Ibclr feithfu) nnd efilclent scrvicft*. It Is Interesllng to hnmi thut Dr. Burrbwi was for many ycare a rosl drnt of Rlchmoml. haylng ssrVcjil In a Rlchniond artlllcry eomrnr.y during tho wnr, nnd wns nftenvards nn tilltor on tho oid lllchmond Tlmcs. DIMlngiiiMictl Me'ifltieir*. Among the otlior distingiilshed mcn who will bo present at tho bpcning of tho conventlon aroi Presldent, Ed win AVIlllnm Stcphens, LD. D? ColUin hin. Mo.i Vlco'Presldonta, llon. Hcnt-y Rbblhson Pollnrd, Rich'mond, Yn.: Mr. Ctiarlea Aurollus Smith, Tlmmdnsvllle. S. C.1 Mr. Joseph Colo Stalcup, Sbuth McAlcBter, 1. T.; Joseph Judson Taylbr, T>. D.i LL. D., Gebrgetown, Ky.: Sef.Te retnrles, Lansing Burrows, D. D., IjI* D., Nnslivlllo, Tenn.; Oliver Fuller Grog ory, D. D., Stnuhton. Vn.; Treasuror, Mr. Oeorge \V. Norton, Loulsvlllo, Ky.: Auditor, AA'lllinin Patrlck llnrvey, 13. 15., Louisvllle, Ky., and Dr. George W. Tructt, of Texas; Dr. .1. H. Gamble, of Texas,' Ur. .1. T. Christlan, Arknnaas: Pr. R. G. Bowbrs, Arknnsns; Dr. J. T. M. Jolinston, Missourl; Dr. E. W. Stevons, Missourl; Dr. F. C. McConnell, jlissourl; Dr. T, T. Easton, Kentucky; Dr. .1. M. Prestrldge, Kentucky: Dr. K. Y. Mulllns, Kentucky; Dr. W. h. Goltlon, Tennessee: Dr. J. .1. Taylbr, Tennessee; Dr. 1. .1. Van Noss, Tenncs Fee; Dr. J. W. Frost, Tennessoe: Dr. C. A. Statoloy, Alabama; Dr. A. J.Dlck inscn, Alabama; Dr. .1. II. Fost'.'r, Ala? bama; Dr. S. Y. JamesTii. of Gcorgia; Dr. W. W. Landrum. of Coorgia! Dr. S. AV. Wllton, of Goorgla; Dr. A. Wri Beales, of Gcorgia; Dr. A. J. S. Thonias, of Sbuth Carollnn; Dr. B. M. Ramsay. of South Carollr.a; Dr. Chapman, of of South Carollna; Dr. Llvingston johnson. Nnrtl; CarnMna; Dr. W. C. T-vree, North Oarollna; Dr. K. D Halo, North Carollna; rtV. iX. 13. Hatehov, 'vlrginia; Dr. It. 11. Pllt, Vlrginla; Dr. J. B. Hawthorne, Yirginia; Dr. W. C. Taylnr, Virginla; Dr. C. H. Doddr,, Maryland; Dr. Curtis Loe Laws. Mary lanri: Dr. C. F. Wlnbigler, Dlstrlct of Columlila; Dr. W'eston Druner, Dlstrlct of Columbia; Dr. A. V. Rowe, MIbbIb sippl; Dr. I. A. Halley, Mlsslssippi; Dr. J. "\V. Portt-r, Oklahoma; Dr. L. D. Getger, Floiida; Dr. C. AV. Duko, Flor ida: Dr. W. A. Hobsbn, Florida; Dr. E. V. Edwards, Doulsiana; Dr. AV. M. Lec, Louisiana. Tho Audltorium is in rcadlness for the conventlon. Last nlght tlio llghts were turned on, and on yesterday tlie furniture for tho speaker's stand was put in place. It may be well to say that threo car iines run within easy dlstance of the buliaing, which is on tho corner of Cary and tlnden Stree.ts. The Hollywood-Oalcwood car passes the doors of the haU; tho Matri Stieel line runs within a slnglo blpcU, and the Laurel Strect cars pass within a Btono's throw of tho buildlhg. I The Southern Raptist Conventlon is eompos'ed of delegateH froin slxteen Statcs within that sectlon south of the Ohio aml Polomac Rivers and oast of tho Mlsslssippi Rlvor, with Marj'7 land, Dlstrlct of Columbia, Arkansns, Oklahoma, Douislana, Texas nnd Cuba aclded. AVIthln tlm slxtcfcn Statoa are 21,802 Baptlst churches (white), wlth a.St>f>.422 mombers (white), who oon trlbuted during the yea'r 1000. no less a sum thaa $6.0R3,S5O.l3 for Chrlstiari. ?work, incliiding mlsslons and oduca tton. The total valuo of Baptiat church jjroperty within thoso States ninounts lo tho enormous total of $25,471,209. Dr. Gregory .^nHl lnst nlght that tho <;onvcntten would probably not iicl journ untll Monday nlght, and that sosslons would be behl oach day in the Audltorium, oxcept Stihdny, when Ih'oro would be preachlng in all the clty churches. On Sunday atternbbn momorlal sor vlces will bo held elthcr at tho Audi torluro^or.ln ,0110 of tho large churches for .<tho,'..dlstttigulshed dead who onco held offlcc .ln tlie conventlon, MectlngH Vcntcrdiiy. Yeslordny mornlng at tho Flrst linp tist Church a conforonco of Bunday BChool workers was held, at which 1 "Mr. Beaucliamp made a sonsatlbnal Bpoech regal'dlng t)ie advortlsemcnt of j ineotlngB. Mr. Benuchamp pald a light compllmant to tho prbES, but inslBted that nowadays it was neCOBsary -to keop bofor0 tho publlc, and cited tho Thnw caBe to lllustrate his point of "notoriety," Last nlght three servlces wero held.*' 'At Grace Strect Baptlst Church, Dr. Jfaunce, of Brown Unlverslty, spoke; at tho Flrst Baptlst Church, Dr, Brough toh addroBBOd tho Baptlst Voung Peo plo's Union, aiul at tho Socond Baptlst Church a praycr-meetlng was held by tlie AVonian'H Mlsslonary Bnlon, Thls prayer-.servlco was h;d by Mra, G. AV. jM.-K'Danii'l, and as many as fifty womon took parti Tho inuslcnl fouiurcs wore eapecially finc, I>i addltlon to -tho jiiriging by tho cliolr and tha spirltcd c:ongrngatlonal slnglng, tjiere woro a number o? solos. Mra. E, H. Choator inan aang, to tho dellglu of tho largo kiudlencp. Al all nf theso servIooB, tho churches rwero filled and the congrcgatibiia took part wlth gront oarneatnoas, Tliis mornlng nnd afternoon, ns a prelulo to tho openlng cixorclses of tho conventlon, elght servloes and moot IngH will bo hold, the most notalilo onos bel'ng tho nnnual ntflbitng of tho trustcoB <if 1)1.? Houthorn Baptfat Tho'o Joglcal Bomlnury at Qrovo AVenue 33aptlat Church and tln- iiaptiat IUaiica tlon ComrniBHion of Virginla ln tho coramltteo 100m of the Second Unptist JChurch, Tho annual ee.rmon will be prenched C lf we could take you through our establishment, and show you the vast care and cleaniiness which produce the old original egg and sugar coatedArbuckles' Ariosa Coffee, no one could ever tempt you to change to any other coffee. IWROTCSW. BiRO*^. New York Clty, "Bcrry's for-Clolhes'? --for dressy mon, BROWN'S IN TOWN-the new varlegated mottled tobas co brown wlth a snappy taste. The cont wlth solt rolling lapol, neatly fittlng, moderata length, natural ehouldors; all the new squir-ks of lashion? all yours for $20.00. UNDERWEAR. This is another popular sub jcct just now. And we've given it attention nccordingly. Cool, clcan linen meah?nice purring gauzc?soft, wavy silk ?whichever your skln longs for most is here. Great stoclts of Itl ?The Quality Store? it the Audltorlum to-rilght Jlckinson, of Birmingham. by Dr. TliLE ADDRESS OR. FAUMGE (Continvied from Flrst Page.) lays of educatlori scholars wero busy ivith words and thelr mastery, and had 10 tinie to become famlllar wlth tlilngs and thoughts. The speaker mado a forceful appeal for tho practlcal aa dlstlngulshod from the dldactlc forms of stutly. "AVe are learnlng to valtie nothlng whlch Is not the chlld of iiuth. \Vo are comlng to nppreclate tho real thing," sald he. ""SVhen tho chlld has thls attltnde In hls study he wlll never be afrald of nny new realltles. Whcn the astronomor, famlllar wlth the con Ktollatlons and the lieavens, nlscovers wlth the ald of hls teloseopo a new star 01 a now constellatloh, he Is not afrald that tho sky wlll be thrown out of jolnt." The tlmo Is comlng when tho church s going to bo just as happy ovor now Interpretatlons of tho Scrlptures as ayer tho old, Dr. Faunce deelarofl. It Is the unton of culture and falth, of tfeoabni and religlon, that' ehould charaotorlze odueatlon. Illustratlng arid iniprosslng the valuo of these', Dr. Fnurice reforred to tho. fact that two great stntuos whlch adnrn Amorlca's shbr.es represbrit falth and llber.ty, the ono where the pllgrims landed typl fylng Falth, and that furthor south, in N'cw York harbor, Llborty. If those two flgures truly guard these shores, the country will enduro. "Our f^ohools to-day," contlnuod Dr. Faunce, "are glving us the klnrt of marihood and -womanhood that are growing. The world 1k held haclc to day r.ot so much by bad mon as by good men, who havo stoppod growing." In modlclno and ln tho mlnlstry thls poirit was lllustratod. The moment ono stops hls own edticatlon ho begins to loso the poivor to' educato others. One niust realizo the splcndld onthuul asm of never stopplng. Men should bo resorvolrs of onergy. Illustratlng tho fact that a man who teaclies riiust con* tinuc to loarn, the speaker clted tho caso of a great teacher who had writ ten severa) works on the sutiject he taught, and wtioso son was ono of hls puplls. Tho son, ln a facetlons veln; had called tho attention of the fathcr to tho fact that the learned author wlioso text-book was belng studled had mado ono statenient ik ?>ni) work and a cmiHIotlTipr stntcnient in a lat-M work, and asked tho elder ninn Ujvj ho reconcllbd tho two statemimta. The reply of the. fathor was: "Tho l|>arnud authors who wlll not learn are stand ing in the way" of ?prpgress.'' Vhts anawcr was cqmrnended to the edu cutor and the minlster of to-day. ('onipllini'iited Thi'iii. In concludlng, Dr. Faunce sald that thoiigh he could not ronialn wlth hli tlii'on of the Soiithor'n Baptlst Con venllon, ho was proud and happy tc i havo bocn wlth them. iio eomplt | mented tlia Southorn Baptlsts, nm ! added that to-day In Washlngton buo) a gatherlng wbuld be had as thls ono I lle invltod tho Southcrn Baptlsts ti ; "como and see what wti aro dolng li tho work of maklng mon, pliyslcally IhtollectuaUy and roiiglnusly." ln cloHlng, Dr. Fauiy.n le.latort tlv story of "Hllas Marner,*' as told b; Georgo KUot, and th<' gt'lof of th mlBer ovor hls Btolon gold. Wln-n th trantlci ihan rotiirnou to 1i(r homo niv dlscovornd tltere a littlq goldbri-halrci glil, wtip liiul uoitib ln (Hiring 1i|k ab BoJieo, ho had foUrid not his gold, bti a daugliter, as n utiiy and conlfort 1 hls ago. "ln tho flamo way," nuitl th speaker, "your ^oid expondod ln edu eatlon wlll como bnck to ymi, nfit i gold, but ln nduculed soiik and daugh tbrs, ln Chi'lstiun mon lui'd won'ien." At tho concluslon of tho liddrosH th congrbgatlon stood and mmg "Griwart Crtrla.tlan fioldiers," afibr Whloh th benedlotlnn whk pronouncbd nnd th largo aseoniblnge dispergod. Leaders Gather at First Baptist Chureh and Consider lnter? estlng Matters. FINE PAPER BY DR. VAN NESS Originator of Baraca Sypteni Explains Movement?Advcrtisc inent of Religious Mectiiigs. Tho first prelimlnary meeting of tho Southern Baptlst Conventlon was tho gathering nt tho First Baptlst: Cliurch yesterday mornlng of tho Sunday BChool workers, under tho auspiceB of tho Sunday-sehool and Blblo. board of the conventlon. nf which Rev. Dr. .1, M, Frost, of Nashyiilo, is the general secretary, Tho meeting-.was opened wlth a do votlonal service.^ conducted by Dr Frost. Bev. Dr. Beauchamp wns elect? ed preslding oflicer, and made a model handler of tho gavel. Howovor, hc had soon to surrendor the e'mblom ol authority to another, for he, belng thc fleld secretary of tho hoard, was call,.'< upon to read a pnper nn "Advortisln/; Our "Work." Tho paper was vor> ln forestlng, nnd entertnlned tlio delo gates not n llttlo. Tho speaUor pnlt n trlbuta lo tlio "sQCUlnr pross,'! am said t lio advnntngos of Itn coliiimi! wore not. to ho despised. Dr Bciiuchiiinp thought tho use of prlvati letlers nnd Iho tolbph'Ono to nret. th< people to tho meetlngs would provi offocUye. Ho showod t>ninplcB of nt tiac.llvo nilvertlslng, contalning plc turcs of promlnont persons who tnol part ln certaln nleotlugs, ll<- ntlvo cnted tho use of woll-oxcentcd prlntoi mnttor, and said tliat tho day nf thi "gutter-Kiiipo," iho old stroot dodgor has passed. lu the courso of hla remarks, Dr Bt'iuiclianip referred to tlie lato Tliav, trlal, and said every body wanted t< rend about !t bcciiuse Evoiyn Thaw had becn so much lalked about, ib wns not ready to sub.iorll.ie lo tlm klnd of Bonsntloiuil nilvertlslng, but ln thought mootingH ln tlio Interoat of tlu snlvatlon of men ouirlit (o bc. riuly nd Vei'llSOd, and tlie besl way to advertlsi n thlng is to put It beforo the roadini public in a way thrit will uttract at tcntion. sinie Work. Among the many short papera thi : program calltd for on "How My Stat Work ls Conducted," th# only speake who responded was Iti-v, I'm-. ,1. m Plloher, of virainla, the correappndlnj ' secretftry of tho Suntlay'-school anj | lilbla board. In speaklng nf ih'a liicat work tha j hns been dono ln Vli'fjinln, Dr. |?|lch,oi after dfitailing tlie work of bls boart suld ln eojioluslon: "Tho COlpOl'tei'H and Hllil wi-ll uupplind wltli tho in....-: ature, luiV" llbciMlly rnulri IH".dy HOhOOlB, ' lllbl)'!', 'IV liymn bookt* and tnn-1.??>, ln nUditlOii I Uio pcrlodli'iils nlroady inciii Inm,,| ? hnvlng been glwn by tlie board. i-'un dny si-hoolK liavc boun iit'gunty.ni] I countloH wlni-o ihcy weiv unHnowi and lu unc of tllOHO countici-,, |;mt mnn mer, tho iour coJuonora of tliat count omei lltor i .i i LEADERSIN EDUCATJONAL WORK OF BAPTISTS organlzed ?-'fe'fid'-' r-ucces.?fully ?conducted h Sunday ,j-eh<Jul,.convention, tho flrst over-.hold .ln r--a<&c_urity. StSmO of tho colportors 'hnd under tliolr caro eight (??cliools, which they visited monthly, nnd in ono case a school could meet only- once a month, because. tho Ignorance and Irrqllglon wero iso gronl that no onaj could bo found capiible of conductinjg-'orf.dlreoting it, and it could bo hc'ld only when tho ' col porter ranw.- In such caraniunltles, we nro suro. Uie.,'nurturlng and trnlnlng of tlie s'ahools is ot oqual Irhportance wlth the organlzatlon of new schools. "In a word. tho Virginia Baptlsts, Instead "f emnipylrig ono man to vlsit nnd instruct tlio schools, had in tho lieid last yenr forty-flvo Sunday schools mlsslonnrles.'-', Teaelier-Trulnlng System. Tho most important paper road bo? foro tho convention was tiiat by llev. Dr. I. J. A'tui Noss, tlio editorial sec? retary of iho Sunday-schobl and "Blblo board. Dr. Van Noss; who is an elo? quont speaker, dld not keep his cye on his paper, but spoko riglit out in meetlng. Ho gave ln dotnil a com prehonsive story of the systom for Biblo and Sunday-school tfainlng Whlcll hus beon ddoptod i:i ytho bonrd, and ln concluslph explalned tho cheap noss of the systom. ]Jr. Vun Noss said: "il Ls tho policy ot lhe Sunday-school board of, tho Southern Baptist Gon vontion to carry on Us work for tho direct advaricement of the Suhday school wlthout. cost to Its conatituen cy. 11 is to-day ono of tho very fow Tho Kncck-Oiit Blow. Tho blow whlch knoclced owt CorbrtU waa a revolatlon to tho prlzo ushteri*. From tho curliest days of tlio ring tho luiock-out, blow wus uluicd for tho jaw, tho tomplo or tho jii'gular volri. Stomach punclies woro thrown In to rvorry and wcary tho llijhter, but If u sqloiitlflc man litul told ono of iho old flght-ts that tho most vulnorabl- spot was tlio rcgion of tlio stomuch, ho'd huvo luugbe'l nt, lilm for an Ignoraraiis. Dr. Plorco its brlnglng home to iho publlc a paratlcl fact-; ihat thi| s\omac\l? lll(-rno3t vulnorablo oraan oul of\bo prhip ring as woll aa In lt. > Wo protectpurJiaSuM; throats, foot and huifs, but theUfctyftrufchTW- aro utterly indiffor cut to, until dise_i}AUhd3 tL<- solar plexua nnd lmocks us out."" Maka^yoiir.jito'inach |aMl_axia|g^g;T?^ l'lr-rct-'s (ij.djji'n_j\!i'ni^jt);43|scovory^iaipg X^niS?__--~-_i':_^EiCi:i.^!i>^Jv<J_I-i.1I_J_; ^____i*"'-. "C'olden Mt-TcttT-Ji-icovery'' fitrcs ;rv7ir?]c Dtornach," Indbrc-stlon, or dyspopsla, torpld liver, bad, thin and tm puro blood nntl othor dlscases of tlio or gans of cllg-Btibh and mitrltloh. Tlin"(.iriUlon .Mnlicril Diacovory?''has a Bpocifiu citrutlvo eiVoct upon ull mucous surfai'.iis and honco curca liaturrh, no iniiitor whero located, or whut slaga It muy have reached. In Nasa] Catarrh lt Ih well in oH'ftiiso tho pasaag'es wlth Df. Sagp's Catarrh Koniody lluld whllo uslng tho "DlnoQVCi'y.'.'as a coiistltutional rom ody, Why tho "C'olduti Mcdical DIscov cry''ciires efttarrlml disoasea, as of tho stornnch, bowcjlg, bliiddor aml other polvie orkitn will I* plaln to you if you will read a hooUldtof extni.ctH frtftn tlio wrlt liigr- oi oiiitnont ijictlleal liuthoritloa; en (lor.-'lng IVh hwedlcnts und QXplalhlng thelr euratlvd nrot'crt.i<*-. It la malloil freeua n-.oin.i,. .Addi'i'Ms Df. R."V. Pldrco, liiiffalo, "?'*. V. Tlii-' booltlob j'.ivos all tho liigrodionta' cnterliiK Irito Dr. Pl-rce'a r Iiiifnoa froia whleh It will bo soon thut thoy contaln not tvdrop oi alcohol, puro, irlplo-rolliscd-ilyeorlnopolhg u?od Instpath Dr. -Phiivo'a rtfoat tho'.i.--'.ii'tl*!'nb'o iljua Iratt'd Common ^"iwi MoUl_qJ Adviser wlll lin sent, firo. paper-lxmtul, lorlii ono eeiitt,uuii|)3, orcloth-bounii l'or -1 -taiups. Addi'oaa Ur. l'lorcoTaa ttbovo. , | Sunday.-school publlshlng houses where j j the Buslnoss of publltihfiig perlb'dictila t is mado to support work <t' Incred'slng I the efllcleney of the Sunday.-school. ' Our Held secrotarles, as you know, are tho fro.o glft of the board to the Sun- ! day-schools of tho Soiith, or rather j they represent a portlon of tho dlvi- j dends paid back to these sehools for ! j the orders they send to Nashyllie. Wo j are engaged in a co-operatlvo buslness | by whlch we publish porlodlcals for | Southern BaptistB, and <<0t of the prof- j Its glve the'm back their share through these men, whoso business It is to help you and your sehools, as well as in the many other wnys by whlelvthe board is helpirig our Southern Baptlst cause. "Tliis saine princlple has been ap plied to the toaoher tralnlrig systbm. It Involves no expense on Indlvldual class-leador or soc/etary, beyond, of eourse, tho actual eost If the bobks. Thero are no fues for registra'tlon; none for eondueting the necessary cor respbndenco and oxamihatfons, or no chargo for the dlploma. The fleld soo retarles of tho board attend to all of theso dotalls gladly, and for the good of the oause, witliout asking fe'es of any klnd. Tho oxpense of operating thls work Ih all born/3 by our board. Wlmt O'uglit to be Dniie. ."Wo havo, therefore, now In actual effective, comprehenslvo, workablo teacher tralning oysto.jn.Mt has-b.-en trlqd and fourid to bo a practicable sehome. Thbusands havo taken advan tago of Its lecturo coursoa, many are rondlng tho boolcs- silggbstod as Its reador's eourse, and as has beeti statod about 4.000 are enrolled in Its riormai study coursos. "But there ought to bo twico thls nunibor by tho ond of another year The fjold forco of tho Sitndtiy Sohooi Board will push the work wlth all ttioir THE "WEATHER Forocast; VlrguYia?Coolor Thuradav with alioAVcrs/toiio.wtfd by fair weathoj-: J'lUlay iair; iiusli wlnds. montly BOUth lo southwost. Noith Cafolino? Partly cloudy and coolor '1 hui-bduy; sh'owers in outii por-"" tloh; Frlday falr, wui'mer in weiit por? tlon; frusli south to southwost wlnds, (OKIMTIONS VKS'I'KIUJAV. RlchmohU'a wuuthci- wau oloar and wai'tn. Rango of tho theiunomutor: :i A. M.71 ti P. ;,i.:...so l'B M.7!i U P, M.,7M y l'.'M.81 12 midnjght_71 Averugu.77 2-a Hlghest tomperaturo yoHtordny.,,,., 82 Lowost toinporaturu yostorduy...,... til Menii U'liipeintiire yoitteiilay.72 Ndrninl tempeniluro yonterday.07 Depurturo from normal teniporature. Oj OOADITIONS I.\ l.?l'UKTA.\T CITIHS. (At 8 P. M? ISdsterh Time.) . Plaee. Thor, 11. T. Wtather. Aflievillo, N. C_ 00 72 Ruln AugUSja . 72 7.S Rnln Atlanta, Cia. 00 7 1 Raln BUffalO, N. v. I'1" 06 ^i"1? Chicagb, 111. 4 1 48 Cloudy Clnolnnutl, O....... 52 00 Raln Davenport . 4-1 <u Raln Detrolt, Mloh- B0 01 Raln JacKsonvillo . 74 S-l Raln Kunsan Clty. f'O 58 Cloar Memphls . B8 <;o Clear Now Orleans.,6.8 OE Cloudy Oklahomu Clty... 02 06 Clear Plttsburg, Pa-. 04 70 Raln Raleigh ,"?'. 72 80 llain Bavwhnaii ..73 78 Ruln Xorfolk, Va. 72 f-2 Clear Tairipa,? Fla. 80 88 Oloar Wur.lilimli'ii . 72 K2 Italn UMIiuingtnii . 7:.' 80 Kaln YelloWiitiiiie . 00 01 floinly M1MATI ItlO AI.A! W.UV May Ifi, 11107. su? rlSCH.r,:02 IIUIII TIUI';. BUn S"tH.7:11 jloinlng. .. . .7:20 Moon suta.9I&1 Kvonlntf. .^.7:00 power, Bua thoy Invito the co-opera tlon and help of tho State Sunday school sccretnries. If we could have ono unlted campalgn for teacher trainlng we mlght easlly havo from 10,000 to 15,000 of our teachers, netlvoly enrolled as studnts In our normal course. "Tlie development of tho lnstltutes and Mimmor encampments must laso bo countod ns an eftoctual means of teacher trainlng." Olber Toplcs. Bev. J. II. Dow. of Missourl, dellv ered n very lnterestlng address on 'The Kvaiigellstlc Splrlt In Connec? tlon With Sunday-school Methods." A most entertninlng and instructlve nddress thnt had not beon scheduled on the program waa made by Mr. M. A. Hudson, a promlnent inerchant of Sy rncuse, X. Y., nnd tlie orlglnntor of the Bnraca system of Sunday-school teach Ing. ln the slmplcst nnd most entertaln ir.g way, J.ir. Hudson told the story of wonderful results of a system of Sun? day-school work that was stnrtcd In a small way nnd has grown to natlonal proportloris', It is very slmple, as he cxplalried it?teaching the Blblo ln a practical way. Tliat ls the Baraca system; nothing more, nothing less. The afternoon sesslon of the con feronco was brlef, nnd conflncd to rcutine matters. ABRAHAM MIEF PLEAQS 6UILTT (Continued from First Page.) tion of the fldelity of hls counsel. Con tlniilng, he said: "This trlal has bocomo a threatening danger to my health, both mental and physical, I am unable to benr tho straln nny longer. Tho straln on those neareift and dcnreat to me ls undermlninR thein. Thoy are on tho vorgo ol COllapse. Their llvos hang in the bal? ance, and I must Luke somo actlon." Huof, who ovldently whb luborlni? under groal emotlon, after pausing a moment, continued: . "1 havo occupled a promlnent posi? tion ln this clty. 1 hopo to rernaln hore, nnd thls wlll bo tho place of my oterrial sleep, Horetoforo I linve bornc nn hanorcd immu ln my professional life. Thoro has been no staln upon my honor, nnd untll tho presont bonrd ol siiporvlsors was elocted thore was nc act of mln0 tliat could bo justly cen surotl. NovortholosB, owlng to tho bb sniiltH nf tho pross I havo beon placed ln a wrong llght and have boen bur dehpfl wlth a bad namo. Hope o( lhe Future. "It Ib truo that ln ordor Lo hold to ge'ther tho polltlcnl mnchine which 1 had built up with great diuiculty, J dld lower tho high r^jlltlcal idoal thal I hnd hltherto upheld. "Last nlght T reached the conehislor that thoro mlght still bo an opportu ' nlty to make somo effort to restoi*f myaolf In publlc favor and be a powei for good. Iwlll do oll that atlli llei ln iny power to help overthrow thc CJgJSO ?$p.?i '*T*HERE is no reaction from Scott'jr I Emutsfon. Tonics may iift you up but after discontinuing them you drop back. t&co1t's Emutsion is the "tonic f ood,v that lifts you up to perfect health and keeps you there. ALL DltUGGlSTSf 50c. AND $1.00. syetein which has matlo posslhlo tho terrlblo corruptlon of publlc oliiclals. To do thls 1 will work even as tho hutnblest cltizen. My futuro careet* will bo ono of Iniegrlty, l hope that I can stil! nccoinpllsh ?ome good. ? S'u't Gullly, Tliougli. "I am maklng tho groatcst sacrlflcfl that could befall a huiunu belng of AllilAlIAM ItliKF my dlsposltion?namoly, to acltnowU edgo my faulta nnd iniatakes to restoro mysolf in publlc favor. Duty calla nio wherever the path riiay lead; but I want tho whole world tu Itnuw that I nm not gullty of tho cliargo nindo ngalnst mo In thls Instance. Never tholess, on account of tho reasons; atnted, I withdrew my ploas of not gullty and ontered a plea of gullty." Judgo Dunne mailo iin oriler BOttlng tho case ovor two weeks for sentonce. Thoh Ruef arose, and wenrily, BtlU pale and trembllng, went out of tho courtrnom wlth Detectlvo Buiiih. Tho two walked to tho. cor'hor of Sacra monto and Wobbor Stroets, whoro thoy. ontered an automoblio and drovo to tho houso on Fillmore Stroet, which Is Ruef's prison. ? ( noGisits's it.vii.miAi) EXEOUTIflS A 1JF.EI1 NORFOLK, VA., May 15.?The Viry glnlan Rallway Termlnal (,'oinpaiiy, tho holdlng corporatlon of tho proportyj here to bo used by llenry lf. RogerM A'Irglnlan Rallway, formerly tho Tldp-i wnter, has executod a dood of truBt to tho Centrnl Trust Compuiiy, of Now York, socurlng n loan of Sio.oonoon, The dood was fllod In tho NorfollS rounty clerk's offlco lato thls evnnlng. Thla Is the flrst recordcd loan acioiired flftv-year gold boiuls, and tho eoourjiy, la 526 acres of termlnal land.