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THE .PUBLIC SGHOULS J OF WASHINGTON CITY Washington, March 8.? -A unique method of morul and ethical Instruc tion is about to be introduced into til#, public schools of Washington. The system consiists of a series ot illustrated lesson* in which the pic tures consist of scenes taken Iroiu real life, not from posiugs, designed ta illustrate the point to be taught. ?Such tytle? us "Personal and Na tional Thrift "What I Am Going to Do When >1 Am Grown Up," and "jyhat -^en Think .About Boys' will make up the "course. ISach of these lectures will be Illus trated by from 30 to 100 slides. Milton Fairchild, of Baltimore, is responsible for most of the pictures. Mr. Jfolrohlid weiU from city to city, :?0d spent years in waiting for sub ject*. tor> thtj lectures. The lecture on boys'- jR^lits, for instance, is illus trated by pictures tanen of genua no street fights and ncjt fro-m boys pos-i dng to have their pictures taken. "It Is believed this course will All a long-felt want," said 3. E. Kramer, director of intermediate 'instruction, ."tor some system of inculcating cer tain moral and ethical teachings in the n>ind of the child without preach- j ing to him. '^lieso lectu.reB are so arranged, as to be of interest, pictorially and in their subject maitter, and at the sapue time are calculated to impress the tihikT with the moral orthopedla they are designed to carry." , , The coarsee, Mr., Kramer said, have the indorsement of such educa tors i\s Charles Eliot, president emer itus of Harvard; Edward H. Griflln, of Johns Hopkins University, and other noted educators. Mr, Kramer displayed some com ments made by various pup'ils on the lectures., Some of these were highly ingenuous and (interesting. One, from a youngster of six, is: "In one of the piatures there were two boys, one of which had a cigarette in his mouth which was injuring him in body, mind and soul. The other boy had no cigarette, and if they were looking for employment I feel sure the boy who was not smoking would be the boy for the position whicih was vacant ait that time." Nothing has been heard from Gov ernor Glasscock and his party but it is supposed that all, have arfived at Rogelanri, l^a., safely or some infor mation to the contrary would have been received. It'is very evident that th? executive expects to keep away from worries of office just as much s possible and it would not be surpris ing to any of those closely associated with him in business and politics that he will not send any kind of mes sages back to even his nearest friends until he has been fully rested and has divorced himself temporarily from his office and the arduous work that attends it. He will spend his time fishing and otherwise enjoying himself, but has given the promise that even if he catches a whale he will not tell the newspaper men any thing about it. - . ?, OFFICERS' SCHOOL III EACH STATE STATION An order has been issued from tl;e office of the adjutant general direct ing that officers' schools be held at each station in the Stato where there are more officers of the national guard than one. The order is a gen eral one and is No; G, arft-d-ealls-fop the schools to be held every two weeks until the State encampment is held. The purpose of th^ schools is to stimulate an interest among the officers and 'to further their efficiency. The senior officer at each station will preside and will outline the course of information to be given and the questions to be asked. HERE I INSPECT NATIONAL GUARD . Captain I. C. Jenks, of tho Twenty fourth Infantry, stationed at Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y., arrived here last evening and will begin an an nual inspection oZ tho national guard o? the State.-. He will probably be here until Monday, and then visit the otiier companies in the Stale. It will probably take him a month to com plete the inspection. COL RDDSEVELT OFF ON BIG SWING AROUND New York, March. 8.r? Col. Roose velt started today on his six weeks' awing across the country to the Pa cific, coaBt and back again. The first will be at Atlanta tomorrow. \ m ? ? .y 1 Mrs. fetarah F. Dayls, 38, wife o!S Joseph l&ifiti,' died early tills woru ' ing at her homo on th4 South Side from septicaemia. The funeral will occur~^ouiorrow afternoon from the | l'esidence at 2:30 o'clock and inter ment will be in the graveyard at South Charleston. TOOK ILL HIS TIME TO SHAKE f! - , f _ f *? A Among the. visitors In the oity. this weojfc *re 'H- Ellis, popularly- known as VJityp/'-aodi hi? brother-in-law, l?? O. Hoffman, ?both of Cohimbus, Tfliey are here pn business for the United States Carriage Company, but will spend some time with relatives be fore going on the regular (trip* through .tbcdr territory* Mr. JjUUt has not been about Charleston foar some time and this morning it took about all his time in shaking hands, with old friends. > Botf.h he- and Mri Hoffman say business is good and that they ^are getting along nicely from a business standpoint. RIFELE CHIRICO GOES TO JUIL; CARRIED GUN Rafele Chirico was today given a sentence of six months in Jail and a line of $50 by Squire Atkinson for carrying a gun. The arrest Was made on Cabin Creek upon the com plaint of another Italian named Tony Altopiodi. ? ? ? V ? , THE FARMING F11VKR I wish I had a little farm, some acres by the shore; The country has a deal of oharm when spring returns once more. 1 do not ask for high-priced land, suchJs beyond my reach; - And I'd be satisfied with sand, a strip along the beach. 1 do not care for too much toil; 1 would not far in for dough. I think I'd like a -sundy soil; it isn't li a r d to hoe." * ' ~ I'd gayly harrow up the dunes and cle^gjyvay the trash. And sowTbme pie plant or some prunes or else some succotash. , ? MAURIAGK IJCBNSKS D. W. Chandler 27, and Bessie Graley 17; Kanawha county. IIWI FIELD HRVE DECIDED TO CO ON A STBIKE The Date of Going Out Left to National i Officers I * i i. \ *????. ? ) y-t- < '* ' 10,000 MEN AFFECTED Wheeling, W. Va., March S. ? The miners of the Tuscarawas, Ohio, field decided here today 'to call a strike iii the entire mining district which iricludes a' small part of the Pennsyl vania bituminous territory. ' The date is lcift to the National board of the United Mifie Workers of America, which will meet at Can ton tomorrow. Ten' thoiisftiul men will -ve affccted. _ - ' ' BREAK WILL : DF "LDGKY" BALDWIN i Los Angeles, March 8. ? Mrs. Turn bull lost today in her attempt to break "Lucky" Baldwin's will. ? ' ^ 1' laying Safe. "Yes; lny daughter eloped." "J suppose jou wifl 1 or give the young cqiiple?" " Vot until they have located a place to board." N corxnuito "mAn bies Charles Taylor, a colored man 42 years old, died this morning about 9 o'clock at his home, 905 Young street, from a complication of dis eases. The funeral will occur some time Friday afternoon and interment will "be in Spring Hill cemetery. Cut Rather i<o\v. "Do you notice how the color of this dress matches my eyes?" "Yes: and I also notice how the cut of it matches that spre throat you have." Extra -Bixpeiise. 1 , "My wife always tears her hair j whenever I come home late." "Which makes >ou feel mean, eh?" "Yes; and which also makes it nec essary for me to buy more hair." m,. U . . < . . f) iiw. Ii, 1 1 it. * * ? ? y-r? ? * frnr"' ? w. v ^ - - -raicji ? < ? . -> ? f, ^ v* ? * . ? t BHD WTIBN 1 "WAS HELD TODAY t i r ? ' .? ? . ? ? ,i * "i . ? C j ^ ' *1 ? The regular inspection of the var ious organisations of the National Guard by Capt. J. C. Jeudts, U. S. A., assisted by Capt. J. C. ^lutsliipillar, began today. The property of Gen eral and Property Headquarters and that of the Secpnd Battalion wore inspected today..J The band ; and Company C wiU 'be inspected tomor row. Companies "K" and "M" will be reached Friday. From hero, the inspection party will go to Fayette ville to inspect Co. 4,F*\ From Fay etteville the party will go to the va rious other points at which are Na tional Guard stations. RKAIi ESTATK TRANSFT^ttS J. I. Petry and wife to William Robson, tract in L.oudon 'district; consideration, lino. Kanawha J^and Company to C. & O. Railway, right of way, South Charleston: Harriet f)oll \oung and liusbaud to J. W. Turner, parcel in 131k dis trict : ?."0, Mary F. Jeffers c.nd husband to J. W. Turner, tract in B1U district; $7 5. Charles Ward and wife to Fannie Li versed vg, tract in Fernljonk; $1 and other considerations. ? ? ; ? An Ilaftcatcd Cii'd. "Poily want a cracker'.'" "Naw, gimmo* three cards.* OKDIOtt OF PUBLICATION State of West Virginia, tQrWit'. In the Clerk's Office of the ?Su preme Court of Appeals, on the first Monday in March, 1911: Virginia Jennings vs. No. 1877. Southern Carbon Company, a cor poration, et ols., Appellees. Upon an appeal from and super sedeas to a decree of the ? Circuit Court of Doddridge county, pro nounced on the 22nd day of Novem ber, 1910. The object of this appeal and supersedeas is to set aside, re verse and annul the decree atoresaid, so far as it affects the interests of tl\e said appellants. And it appearing from affidavit of Charles P. Jennings, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court of Appeals, that N. M. Treat and J. W. Rowland, of the defendants in said cause, are non-residents of the State of West Virginia; Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said N. ^1. Treat and J. W? Row land do appear before the .Judges of our Supreme Court of Appeals at Charleston on the first Monday in April, next, to have a rehearing of I the whole matter in said decree con jtaJned. [ It is further ordered that fhis or > liu. ? I.1 1 tier be puWlahed for rpur ^ucces<5iyo weeks in the Charleston Daily Mall, a newspaper published i:i Kanawha county, and posted according to law. WitJMB*: WM. IB. .MATHEWS, Olerk of our said Supreme Court of Appeals, this 2Sth day of February, 1911, and iu the 48th year of the State. WM. 13. MATHEWS, SMITH 1). TURNER, Clerk. Solicftor. First publication March 6, 1911. 3-6-4 mons. NGTICK OF ItOAP SAI^K Notice hereby giyeii under sec tion 59 of chapter 52 of the acts 1909 that public meetings will l>e held commencing at 10 a. m. on the date and at the place below set out in the magisterial districts of Kana wha county, at which time and place the County Road Engineer will offer and expose for sale roads in said magisterial districts either by rcfads or by sections as niay then be deter mined upon, to the lowest responsi ble bidder. Such sale to be subject to the rejection of the County Court should the bids be deemed too high or objectionable from any good rea son. . <- ? > Specifications of the work to be 'contracted for may be seen at the office of the undersigned County Road Engineer. Big Sandy Disliici, Clendenin ? On March 20, 1911. Elk District, Jarrett? On March 21, 1911. Maiden' District, Maiden ? On March 22, 1911. Cabin Creek District, Winifrede (at Postofflce) ? On March 2 3, 1911. Loudon District, Kanawha City ? Oil March 24, 1911. Washington District, Ruth ? On March 2 5, 19.1.1. Jefferson District, St. Albans ? On March 2 7, 1911. Union District, Bonham's Store ? On March 28, 3 911. Charleston District, Court Mouse ? On March 2 9, 1911. Poca District, Sissonsville ? On March 30, 1911. F. G. DURDETT, County ltoad Engineer of Kanawha County. 3-7-14-2t 1 ? t . ORl>KH OF PUBLICATION State of West Virginia, to-wit: In the Clerk's Office of the Su preme Court of Appeals, on the first Monday in March, 1911. (Bank of Union, a corp., P. E. vs. Chas. Loel) trading etc. et al., D. vE. Upon a writ of error to a judg ment of the Circuit Court of Kana wha county rendered on the 16th day of January, 1911. The object of this writ of error is to set. aside, re verse and annul the judgment afore said, so far as it affects the interests of the said plaintiff in error. And it appearing from affidavit of S. S. Green, tiled in the 6ffice of the Clerk of the Supreme Court of Ap peals, that Thomas Watson, one of the defendants in said case, is a non resident of the State of W>est Vir MEET MEAT ME THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION ; ' 7^ W'j} ?' ? ?fV . I ?. * ' A. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONG of tlte National Baptist Convention is Called to Mcet^ tp MerltUaq June 7iti, to 12th., 1911 ; |1 ? * ? ? ?? r ? ? ?? To all Sunday-Schools aud every Worker in the Sunday-ScfeftOl^ Missionaries) and , Educational Organizations working for the up- Y lift of the large constituency represented by the N a ttonal ' tist Convention: ' < . < , , Yon are respectfully invited to attend the Sixth Annual Session of the Sunday-School Congress which is called to meet" JwTtlli the'?* churches in Meredian, Miss., from Wednesday, June 7. t6 Monday, g June 12. C^ie or send a representative to participate in/- ! this , Suuday-Schooi of Methods, where instruction as well as insplrati6A'\? can be J)a.d? a?d where you can get the splendid array of rellgtou? J talent that will be found in the large gathering of workers that 1 will be assembled for these five days In a Sunday-School Consrea^ Signed Home Mission Qoard, J. P. Robinson, Chairman; H. '?'j Boyd, Sec'y. National IJsuptist Publishing Board, Clarfc, J Chairman, R, H. Boyd, Sec'y. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS ^ *0 1VI1U fT 9 1.00 for each school representing not more than one hundred^*! jliolars; $2.00 for a school representing not more than two hun- "i dred scholars: $3.00 for a school of three hundred scholars; or in yj other wo\*ds it is $1700 per hundred or fraction thereof. DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS The feature or the Congress this year will be the Superintendent's Conference, Men's Bible Class- meeting, The Advanced, Intermedi ate and Primary Teachers Department Meetings, Missionaries and Educa tors' 'Conferences. . ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES * A* There will be reduced rates 011 all railroads. Every railroad will offer a reduce ,'^ound trip excursion rate from your nearest railroad station to Meridian, Mississippi, but you should notify the agent at least ten days in advance so that lie can have your ticket ready for you. y For further Information Regarding "the Ocngrcs*, Write to ' HENRY ALLEN BOYD Secretary of the Sunday-School Con &ress, 53:5 SECOND AVENUE, NOTCTH, ? NASttVU'LE, SEN*.? | ginia; Now, Therefore, it. is ordered thai the said Thomas Watson do appear before the Judges of the Supreme Court of Appeals at Charleston 011 the first Monday in March,, pext, to have a rehearing of the whole mat ter in said judgment .contained. It is further ordered that this or der be published for four successive j weeks in the Charleston Daily Mail, ? ~T. a newspaper published in Kanawha county, and bo posted according to law. Witness: AV'ni. B. Mathews, Clerk of our said Supreme Court of Ap? peals, this 6th day of March, lttli, and in the 4 8th year of the State; ? ? WM. 13. MATHEWS, Clerk. S. S. GREEN, Solicitor. . First publication, March 7, 19H. 3-7-4tues SOUNDS FROM THE BALL ,, ? .(Xoin. t>u SBal).. , As played by STRAUSS' ORCHESTRA during his American Tour. ? . ERNEST GILLET, Tempo di Valse.