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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

VOL. <>, NO. <>2. ROANOKE, -YA., WKDNESDAY EVEafTNG. JANUARY 14, 1903. "7 PRTniT. 1 nrasl^B * ' jj Skates.. ? \ \?We Have Them?: r <? <i h *J i Your Horse : i_ < t < > <r ^Jecds a Good Blanket ); IP o 21 Thk Pinching Weather. < > ? h <? ^ . -} i: Our Laprobcs.. ifj :: Are Among the Best; P m m' :: FAIRFAX & BELL, jj Tfci Hardware Hustlers, , , j; y S. Jbkfkksox ST. | hi . ??? <1 We Have The Finest j "Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, ; Figs> Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. i L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in the "City and prices , P- the lowest. Come in and jee j us. HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. tor. Salem ave. and Commerce St ; N WEDDING BELLS.... I' have you bought your present:-. The handsomest line ever in Roan- i okc. Cut Glass, Silver, brica-brac, | beautiful, tasteful. Costs nothing ; to look....

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

^^Pk?TUGHT GLEAMS | pK^Mtert 8h?rvouil. one of the le.<tser ImMvb hirtortcal rese&iVher*, and How I HflUpp? nee. h assent to Tits rtay^s- * BMfttte. Mr. John Drew, a rare speeinieu ! |K auadrui>' <t. atniao extinct even m gggto-IUKlve haunt-. It l? called a w i'- i EHhag, UM is known Among the Ki'. j Hwdo natlvpti as a blue-bear. The n-m; ' mU Mt well applied. however, for the ! gEjpeH rMeiphles an allien hue more ?h.irr' fihlt of the Inditro illvi- on With all domestic traits i.ru'.n, it came t?? , LKPc.'l>rew in.'Now York In .1 co'jia:???? Hptlto, ami though atlvf -hows litt'e j M sighs of existence, li i* aisr.it J woj F kntK aml >"<h s,in '?. Tl'.!- 1 BpvThe nose and head ar?' coon s'h a !* -**'! [ K/It? foreqiiaTffTs are shaped I k.- th?d>. 'BOf t fox, aiiii so is us tail. Hi* hind- | |t quarters are fat and Inin.hv ;.?? aji ' [>; of the bear ?j>?vip?; but iL-fc.is no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

r ATTACK IPON \ THE BEEF TRUST First Day's Session of Annual Convention of Livestock Association. THE PROPOSED MERGER - " President Springer Says N?vcr Before Was Such an Unholv Com- - bination Attempted?In Favor of Reciprocity. Kansas t'lty. .Mo.. Jan 1? President John \V. Springer's att;u-k^on>?>n?the lnvf trust. so called. a:ul the poaoage of memorial* to Congress urging that laws for the Ixtterment of livestock conditions be cnacti-d. were the feature of the first day's session ,of th? sixth annual convention of the Na' TMlliil?M ,"-:n 'K Ajuoiuitiom?Ptwident Springer after declaring that "the American stockman proposes to takr care o? hitnseifT" nerved notice thnl those "interests must receive protec n ' >i?in from?th" r,>my i -.i nf the?1'nln e ? - St?t<* jtisli as long as-the finished pre . > duvta-drorn mirravp material are hoav-I ilv protected. "The sent irfienta?were | received with applause." As- i&...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

ghe Even KT PUBLISHED EVERY Di Roanokt Now RATES D ?' .._ . . . . * *. . P^S?Tj. both phoi HRBATHBR--l\>nnst for Virginia: < I? aim i luui^ai. ROANOKE. VA? NVEDN-KS $ A PRETTY SU i Richmond Leader rcvites a r tradition respecting the milk doe of Roanoke Island through ( fed discovery of one of these is ia the northwest. It says: BOedu has a white doe. which Its the eastern part of Sawyer ft and Is a thing of heaaty. It in t snow white along the sides and mjM the New York Sun. with a ' E Was Sloan <ho bnnlt?The whits- J With a light brown dorsal line. 1 Crass l^ead to- tail.- the legs are ( aad the belly ia of an equal pale\ 1 doe was seen last in early &Mo- ' Pt was then with fire others on * Bt bank of Round Lake., .playing water. It was GOO yards away. Wtttn tflrwi Koa Kaon cnrtn at ranati ^ jflbor qaartera in the woods. once id [! RHtatovkms autumn. In Sawyer county, ] I EDISON IS ? ^Hj^fikheoa ha? made some startling j c Me will give ...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

IIE NILESJO CfcT FOOO. . J pontlmied from ilrat page). ?r much suffering In al> directions 11 stoppagrrof n>any Industries Amend is bound to ensue unless hint? Js done to .relieve., tho si^. te dealers doetlnsd to discuFS the Ion at al4. Othuis say they can ? relief in sight, unless the weath derates. local dealers say that the operare advancing prteefj at the njiues yldly is they dure, two firms were f6und who had nthracltc on hand, and both .of 1 had very little. One of these NeLson & Ladd. said that they ery little coal. but won* export* lore, though they could not *:fy it Rtiultl arrive. 16 TO BRf-AK UP SALOONS IN ROANOKE"ontimieu febm-first Puge. adh. of IkTdton. fl|T regarded iiy lftoTRhofh of the league as the interesting and Important feature ? approaching oouventlon. which b held here next weekDr. Beach HWlBont?in the tixht muuln in rMfP,- [ass.. where the saloon )tWl out tif Ijpsluo.M. Tlw nuthod baecceded: there, it is said, will id here ...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

Jlgfcl d. & h. company |lr'.\ closes its case KV Operators' Agfeflt Says Co. Derives No Benefit From fe 2 Y " High Prices ou Coal. pL v DtMAND FOR FIGHT HOURS JjT , A* Day's Work Pronounced "Mast ^ Unreasonable" 2,240 Lb. Ton ' Impracticable Hot Words Kr4 - ?-Between Lawyers. ^ " I'hll.oO lphl'n .hm n I l.i \ mi: < ~ M*'? pi?HrT"arly thro? ?t.i>* in .nilmm; ? _ ? rH hi fti ?tpi?u&i9mil tvi \V lirmnu'lf ni;ulf I>\ the .mi'ii i ' - TnrrrrTs Mm I tola warn itn?i H-UPou C*. ?M-_ ^ puny ? lowed iIh?1r*sc P. for'o-TTm' ro..' 4 siNVr . ntnmituilun i Ills nfP i noi'ii int.! . > thn cotninNlonV utinrituni w.i-. ih* i BB^? . - 4 ulli'd La Llm 1 tlll'l I1': ' J 'MT >'l U'l t . , uIhiU! the t ollli l If*. ?>pi f?M1 ?l !?v ! ^ ' ' UK'* "ip ItllluMf iiiuI lion t'nn ; t I's Hills.! Ii.-fur.- t!o- o. l-ir nnHMO ) is Wmmu' M.'Vv.m'i. "i lTi11 i? ? , dc.phia. anil Major Km i',:ts>\Vnti oii. .it' Htf. ...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

dims crossed t- in the house "t It and Grosvenor Amuse .'lie Popular Branch of Congress.' i iman gives notice <y j- Today He Will String a Live ^ irc in Senate -Ii It Don't i Born Won't Be His Fault. n^^nhlngum, Jan. IX. - ! *<?-* ?Htt- tl > I~^^Tiim-e the opening ?f lbUi s -sly.. Iiprrr " jib- M""*1 '" ' >'**f*,*i I 1 ' _ lith h lively pointful debate. OnIrosvenor. oT Ohio, an J -Mr. Clark, psonri. crossed swords during the hi debate on the army opproprlaLlll and for two hours both sldoa [e Mouse cheered their re.-p-ctiv jaiiiin. riii i nut i it pita mi ire* v _ Inut&red. TT (lli'tr?mil of ?> rnifr-? (ray which Mr. C.rosvcnor and Mr. [ had been currying on in the (papers over the former's staieFlll III" " i i _ pi II111 I II' i P'T'V h 1 -1 been mpe-1 _ t the last general ?>l?ction. l?onOrobveuor today undertook writ hi to sustain his rontentlon and Mark. alsOy with flunrts. to prove the Democrats had tin...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 January 1903

irc/\ur^KD STEAM LAUNDRY do?.-' All work To do anything badly *?>uUl injure tlit? reputation w( W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY Lt is mite an easy matter to deHile why. we are'selling more 410 i-ers ami jvuiv?i* Utn-u wir^neighbors. aitl yon will see at a glance when you compare our prjee^. \\'c have an elegit n s upply o(. i>lght-day nickel alarm cI(h ks, ami furniture for* thy ri< h nr.l -t+r?rn-rrr .TUHIt1 ("nrtst tr..t> i '?.>.halt th* hand. Come and see us. W. S?Greenway & Son's # C.cneral Auctioneers and Dealers. A.J KKNNAR1) CHE reliable Plumber -See him; he will tell you of the importance of hating the best \ Plumbing at lowest prices. ; v CAMi'RELL AVE., W. ?-W. I. SHIELDS & CO. Are ?ow selling any. and everything Millinery Line at ftgyiree which will surprise you. W. L SHIELDS & CO. 110 SALEM AVENUE. I] ; CHOICE [FRESH | |; Home Dressed Meats -] H iH- H MARKLEY'S I j | 141 Sal^in Ave,. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

;- - . /' ." .? . _ . / I - tt I h *. ? . .-!_,/ V'if ' '!"> \fu '*'& *'' 4? r.'fiV '-v ?'*; ? ' ,- '< ' : -tl ?: ? *' '? ?$,V' " .'^ . . '-. ? X ?-?-'" ? *'" f ' _-. Sr:,. ., ? : - ;-^fcsjt*:.",;T. r ? ".? TjEj/m^^.:'^^^ ~v* - V"^ v-v,.w v She v 1 4 I - "? :- " ifr | -L* ' " "'" ' ' " ' l'*'f '; ' ' ." VOL.6, NO.<m. ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 15.,1903. PRTfnr. l rnj-VT M i| Skates,. i| , jj We Have Them ;i| ** . i> ; ? I THfYpur Horse ijj ? Needs a Good Blanket <; | i I This Pinching: Weather. o t Our lanrnhcs :; Are Among the Best ;; < > < > < <? _ -rnr FAIRFAX & BELL, \\ ' - :: :: Tbe Hardware Hustlers, < j ; ; 1 8. JKhTKK.sii.v Si. " ?f We Have The Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, iJuts, t Figs, Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. i L. Raisins and Crariberries to be found in the City and prices , the lowest. Come in and se...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

C" | ? FOOT LIGHT $LEAMS | ^?I " iMely't? Vh6<~-Ofr- ?aWfflor? \?its lias to say of Mr. John Drew. who * L . appears at the Academy next \V-<!n?.-day night: f, *;' "Mr. John Drew l?e?ran hid animal pN. III D?JlUUV|f ?ll III?" t'.'. I ?jmy of Music Last night. -giving !.i? ;W&.. mew piav l?y Isaac Henderson "The B/? jftnamy and the Humming Bird." The BO ~ * accomplished and graceful actor herein I ' I makes something of a departure from Ht" ; the role In which he is most famiiia; ' to the public, and iu which, muloubt* if" edly, he is best?that of the shrew.! and sagacious man of the world! ih?BRj, I friend of ihe -family, the 'wise gu.?rRpjfc'- . dian of other people's int*\rests, who KiiL-*? finds some Indiscreet wife in 'laug?'t unfl BiH't'eciic tti c\:-lea'. :r.g '.n : Mmi a i villainous Dot work and restoring h.*r . to ah unsuspecting husband. Where wisdom, finesse, sang froid. warmBheortedness and racy humor are to he portrayed, as in these cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

RECOGNITION OE THE UNION Was the Principal 'Point of -?~?Attack of the Coal Men ? Yesterday. ADVANCE NOT DESERVED General Superintendent May Says He Thinks the Demand is Very Unreasonable?Says No Agent is Needed. Jan. 1 I It? ?*nuniti< :? of rite union., which the an*hracite coal operators maintain Is to>' *cn issue tictore th< coal strike com mission, was the |?: ncipal demand utta?kert l?y the Krie company toiiay in its contest against The claims of_the t'nitcd Mhte Workers of America, lo-aeial Superintendent W. A. Hay. of the Hillside <"oal and iron ( ompany. and the I'ctin s.vU-a-'i-a t'oa! Company. which are controlled t?y the Kric. was on the witness ?stand for ?4_iuug w. f'l'h K:tv ' testimony trading to show that sin c tin* advent of tviunion into the anthracite legions tin* w irkn.en were 1"S ttlrii lit. that ;t ark of ?!pli??* ha; result. ;, that it int<>rf?r. I with authurity anil liuiiteil the earning capa...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

pflllke^Eveni *7 PUBLISHED EVERY Oj v RmmIii N?? \ Rfc tMlllii CHHc* ...'; B? .P. Cittertal Room KjT^ WEATHER?Forrast for Virg!ni.i ? !?VK ? 1UUB. ^ ROANOKE. VA, THl'KSI COMPULSORY SCH( Yhere i? <1 uin ' |W'nihiis"Mor?--i^ Yirjgnia legislature which has for its object the compulsory school attendancertsfchlldren between certain ages. Compulsory school ^aUetrtancc is not a new thing by any Means, still wc do not believe the state of Virginia in a Situation to adopt it just at this for various reasons. Speaking of the ubject, however, Austria. France,. England, Scotland. Hungary. Italy. Norway, Sweden. Denmark. the Swiss Cantons. the German States, British Columbia. >Jew Zealand. Prince Edward Island, Tasmania. Queensland. South Australia, the province of Canada, and j thirty-tiro of the I'nited States have compulsory attendance laws. With A few minor exceptions, these laws require attendance six. seven or eight Ky. . years, from twelve weeks to ten months annual...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

DEWEY CAMAL IS CHRISTENED (Continued from flnrt page). . the camal." said on officer. "As the representative of civil authority, the president of Culobru. and the whole town "of fifty people are lining the hanka.?1-AeU you, muiUemeu^(chl? is a great Occasion." " The canal which haa provoked' "So much discussion is reaily of great convenience, in spite of the fun which ha* [ " >been poked at it. l^he lieet was at an1 char In Target Hay and the naval | base was located on the shore of Great Neck Harbor. To reach the one^or the other it was necessary to steam or row eleven miles. Rear Admiral Hlgginson dimmed ?that each ship land between fifty and seventy-five men dally to hasten the completion of the enterprise. As the work was nearing completion a report was pijiblLslml that, many men had fallen TH iH consequence of Vxjhisure during i-ho figging rtf the canal. and1the navy department directed -aliat I only native labor be employed. The work was -disagreeable, and hard, but...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

I IN HOSPITAL ^ One Dead, Another Fatally Burned in Destruction of Pensacola Sanitarium. ELu .MANY NARROW ESCAPES Entire Building Enveloped irfT^fcame Before Alarm Responded "To. ' Patients Awakened to Find Beddii g on Fire. lYnsaeola. Fla. Jan. I I F i> w3i:~4 ft. tt'*sl rowd tin It: v ;tn Sun ' ,?i : t:i). 'a three-story infirmary on Hay'eti a*) 1 K' Garden streets early this morning.. c-aiu**d th<- death of \Y I.. Bracken, of Bt; 1 St. Andrews. Fla., one of the inmat> \ Bfc3- and seriously, perhaps fatally. Injure*. '.Capt. William Hudson, of this eity. \v! ;> ore up Led a room In the hospital. Twenty-five patients wete. tontin'J E'X- in the building and several person's atR"report,< .I to hav received more ot lo-..s severe injurhs from' thV'tTarn- s. Tkei tire was discovered about j .o'clock this morning and is suppd* d to have originated in lira* k?lrt's room. The fl atnes spread rapidly and the en - ; nn> ounutu...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

CONGRESS PASSES REBATE BILL Duty Taken Off of Foreign Coal for Period of One Year. FIVE OPPOSING VOTES .Were Cast in the House?The Senate Acted Promptly and Passed the Bill Unanimously. Washington. Jan. 11. -The mil r . i*orted from the ways uud means committee yesterday to provide for a rebate otf tnc duties. ?>u foreign roai for a jhtIoI of one ><ur was parsed in ehott ortW by rh" Hotiee today ev prnvticaliy a unanimous veto. L'-Vn to f>, those voting against it, be.ng Vr.vii. Pushman ami Joins of Washing font <?aiui>. of \V:t Yirgluiu. Min-tell of Wyoming ana Patorson. of l'i nnsyljivanin, ail Republicans. The bill was eonsidered under the operation of a rule which cut oft opportunity to amend. The only (opposition to the measure cam" from jsome of th> niefnbers representing coal States, who cx> pressed the fear, that the admission of Chinese-mined coal in Panada would la-pun--! ho &lt...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 15 January 1903

Put B\^tiiiDg in f, - %uc i.i'iumj i "?ii i rin : ;IL.viinng Jh'.' bicK bora us ' you fear it may be in- '' E~?~ Jur< d_J:U?the wash The weakest and j '' 6?<os; jarticlos p.ts> through j pa i- bur rvamtv without mutilation. |?_ RADFORD STEAM -LAUNDRY |s Hf- doe> ?i*f"wTrrK?wi"i.?'1 u -<Hi nr^li'rrTTii ?badly wouuJ injure the reputation* ?. I S; gji ,1L -"Cftjoy.r." _ I .1 jk W. Srantf J.B. GREEN WAY |. ^Kg- - It ts quite~?n easy matter to jlwitlo ^ \ . why we are selling more Heaters un.l Cook Stov?-?r than our neighbor*. an I a' If> .x-you wiJJ see at a glume when y.e; ^ HEp - compare our prices. \\ e have an gan supply of eight-<luy niekel alarm " Bfe - clocks. aini^Birultttr lor the i >, h m l "? thcjioor. Come Christmas To\ s at half \ I -Prl e?\ itimnns Knitting Yarn to beat k* The band Cktm*"-?n<i see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's (JenermJ Auctioneers ?nrl Dealers. trA. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 January 1903

: ; ?I)C (Suettfitg Jfctws. VOL. t>, NO.UTi,- - ' % ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 17, 190.1. PRlUE--ONE~CE^T^^B ji Skates.. We Have Them :: j [ < ? " ii Your Horse i: - < p _ Needs a Good Blanket ^ . < > This Pinching: Weather. _ * ! < i > o < > i: Our Laprobes | * ;; Are Among the Best j;\ 4 > O !: . FAIRFAX & BELL, ii jj Tha Hardwara Hustlers, .!! <TS. JRFFEKSON ST.' jj7" We Have The Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Candies. Grapes, L. L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in the City and prices the lowest. Come in and see -?Sr HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. Cor. Salem ave. and Commerce St. k Hiinotinn Dninrn *" N yUGOIIUII DGIUIG TUB - '"* FAMILY "What Is the one article the drugj. gist keeps that affords the most comfort to the whole family? All agreed that It ?ras one of those Rubber Hot Water Bottles. A necessit...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 January 1903

I f^T^rTjnlucky D jH^ v^*x*) *sxsfi vjx*1 *\5^ ? ? y^ fvs^?m 1MP0IITAWT EVEm PttOVt fV g |tv ^OTHERWISE. H?1, .'- F\?r one reaso? or another. Friday. BC - from time beyond all reliable history m'j -nr tradition, has. been reckoned an u-n- : K' tucky day by nearly "nil the vw iouci ^^**3 bramrtiee of. the Aryan family cf no- | Hfij; '-tkms, embracing the (Vroek. l^itln. I Celtic. Teutonic, ami Slavonic races, or. 1 If > Is other words, the ancestors of nearly ' Ku all the present population of Kuroj* , JC'"' , and America. This was the ca-c lona , Iffi" ' before any *>f these races were t*hr'>?7 tiaalzed. Even In ancient Oriental.! lands there *im, and still is. a tMief i Eft.' 111 Friday w an uniin Uy iiny?'' " >- i E~ mas classed Friday as a day on whioh 1 MP*.- the courts were forbidden to sit. and was one oi im> ,uaiui Ky nay* ?m | that sort oft which worship of the god*. , or. at least;' religious feast*. wcri' n - v rr cele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 January 1903

PRAYING fOB THE . STRICKEN EDITOR -Shootin&ofGonzalesbyTillman Causes Widespread Gloom in South Carolina. CONDITION IS CRITICAL. Wounded Journalist Battling: Bravely With Death?Tillman, in Jail, Appears Indifferent. Employs Counsels "Li *T- ' ('iiiiinbia. S. C . .Ian IV..--Coin in bin. in ntnoitin with tlu- balance of the Mill". :twok?? this mornitic with anxiety> Its. Air~ tfii' condition <>f Editor N. Ci. -?~'I'lli-y knew b7 lutd -LeaUT" ' oesiwrately wounded and tlr?it it was a hard fin hi that, watt, ahead: that there was a siritttK constitution und a reso- j lute man hark, of the struggle. but that I it was a contest against < ritical condi j tiutiiL Th.saimu t:iiiK. when the ity si ho.c Is assembled and prayers were said they tnelud'<i an appeal to Cod ror t ne recovery *4 Mr. (ionzales. and also at the South Carolina college prayers weroffered for the recovery of the stricken editor, and ?>ven in th...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 17 January 1903

I The Even PUBLISHER EVERT D , Roanofc* N*? llii %SiSSk^. \ \ \ BOTH PHO K S BmsInma Offic* Rjf/' ESRorUI Room* WE^TttER?Fojvant for Virginia < r .,W>rti<HU ShiudAv. fair an<l col<iri. pW.' ?O.VS'OKE. VA.. SAT! HI IN NEED OF ST^ Er'' Commissioner of agru u!tur" Mr. O. W. Koiner, calls attention to a most important matter, that of the need of the state of Virginia of a state geoloMt gist?a matter,that should have the; R'. serious considers ion of the state leg- i E, islature. He says: r" - There has been no state report on the minerals of Virginia since thu Rodgerii report of 1S6C. which is too ? " - out of date for practical purposes. toMfc o day; that queri>* come to the agriculture department daily from every g- section oC the United States, about coal K. lands, and other mineral territory in K:! Virginia, rOne of the chief advantages to he derived from the Virginia exhibit at ET the St. 1X5.1 Is Kxposit ion wITT be...

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