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SATURDAY KVKNIMl. OCT.
The deposed King Manuel <>f I'or?
tugal has decided to settlc iu England,
the traditir.na! friend aud ;:lly of the
country which has deposed bim. We*
ceesity lias oflen mad. Bngland th.
chosen refuge of deposed kiugs. It
aaa abaolalaneceeeity, apaiifVom all
question of p.e.hlc iion. tbal drotf
Napolean Iii tbither, for he would
have been onrareloOme elsewhere
was nccessity tliat sent Louis XVIII
there after be had been ...docd \t
leave Baaaia and had been informed
that his coiitiiiued preaenoe in Pruaaia
would be unwelcome and embarraa*
sing to its gove.iin.ent. In Vienna be
was as heartily dislikcl 81 Napoloon
bimaalf. Cbarka X, remembering hia
broiher's bumiliating axperience, nat*
tirally returned to tbe country that
had shelfci.d them both before tbe
i;. Moratton, and Louis Phillippe bad
nowh.re clsc to go iu tl.e t.irl.uleiit
Barope of 1848. Buterenif Bnglabd
haa Ih-eii in these mstaiices a nec-siiy
rather than b choice for deposed I ulers,
says the Xew Vork Tribune, it has of?
fered tbem, and offcrs them today,
advai.tages which il.ey ean find now*
wherc .!-.' B maxiiiiuni ol liberly
compatible with tbe intereeta ol the
state, security ol peraon and life r~d
last aud beat, an nnoalentationB, del
icatelv laetful, dignilitd hoapitalily,
tbe bospitality which is of tbe goniua
of the race, and wind. is balm to tbe
self-respect and wounded pride ol tbe
royal recipient. ___
Thkrk. is at lea-t one member ol tho
Maiuifadurers' Club in Pbiladelpbia
who has obeenred tbe fat-frying proceaa
campaign after campaign to.' P" -
pose. When the club cr.atcl a com
inittee to "hold up" all the protected
iniBtoata m that city ?'" money to uae
in efforts t.. el.ct republieana t<> Con*
gress, Hcrman l,..ehsaid. "ll MOma 10
metaattbe tariff ia entirely toooften
used aa B club held over the n.anufactui -
atsaadtbebuaineaa man'a beadto tore.
money from him." The Record of
that city says: "There are other and
still hascr use- lo which the tariff haa
l*en put, and Mr. ??b rcferr. I lo
ihein wb u be abocked h.s fellow-club
ineii byaaking abether th. exiatence ol
the party wa- more impnrtanl than ihe
cbaraeter of tl.e men composing the
parly. A good many raacals bave been
trading on the party ' aiuc"
GOLUKTIOB LOBB, of New Vork, -ay
hfl is going after the millionairea whi
buy smuggled worka of art; bul will he?
Anyway, be'd better be careful, or
"business ioterests" may Boon diacover
that be m a "public enemy," as was
Col. Moshy when he interferred with
thfl cattle liarons in the west who were
grabbing publie lands. Then bfl was
remorfldat thfl ioaUnce ol the "inter
Tiik natne of Bdgmi Allan POfl, ii
was deeided hy ballot, is to oi nanient
tbfl Hall of Fatne of the N'e.v York
rnivei.sity. The delay in reroguuing
l'..e> g.tiius i- a reflection on Ibe in
telltffloce of tbe managera ofthe Hall
Of Faine for, by competent judge-,
l',.e is ooofltdered tbe only trw
tbis country has e\ei ]>n.du
Thk republiean oonfreaaional com
niittee has devised a way tO raise funds
and evade thfl eampaigu fund public
ity law. it is offflring to sell the
campaign text book in large (|iiuntities
at a dollar a eopy. For ways tbat are
dark Ao., tbe republiean campaign man
agers .-.re ptvuliat._
So sni:k are thfl democrata ol v
York that John A Wa aflrill bt i
ajovereor of that atate oret ll. L 8tim>
?oa, Mr. BooaeveH'i candidate, that
they are bflttiog 2 to 1 on their candi
Henator ??'.n.iii?,? Cei_lUen.
Wheeling. W. -Va . i tet 22. 1" flpite
?>f tbe denial by Senator Btephen B.
EUkiaafl'a uiiniediaie friends. that hia
condition is entieal. the helief is gro*
ing tbat it is. At Hall-Cburat, tbt!
bome of the family, no information
was given out s.> far today exoept thal
he if sti'l unable t<> see membera of the
fainily. Tbe rcticcii.e of bia privab
secretary. Col. Frnd Snyder. convinec
tho MwUor'a nnzioofl frienda over tle
aUta tbat he has nothing eoeouraginj!
lo report. Telcgrains from all over tle
country are pcurinx into Blkina, \N
Va.. asking f'>r n ws from i!.
man, but to all newapaper querieathere
l.s no reply e\eepl tuat his coudilioii i?
?.mi a Nyaterv.
H?? York, Oct 22.?lbligent aearcfa
for the trolhv ear or tftxicab with
trhiob s oal .< Ni ton \V. Aldri
Bhodfl Islaud, was in rolliaion Tliurs
day nighi baa lailed lo eeaabJtah th<
ideutity of either, ativl tbe attair is a
niueh a inys'. i \ ?<- ??ver.
The tTorld'a fti *m i Expoaitaou
Company, >>f Nen Orieana, "The lo?
eal pomt." eonouocea ihal permanent
heailquarters have i ten o_u ued at ihe
ji ,*? Ebbitt House in Wa-litu^tou.
; vl. xandria Oazettel
Within two hours after recciving a
, ,,f a. B. Lambart, of tbe Aero
,,'f >. Louis that the Federal
I ige in tbe bunt for the
:,,-t balloooi anppoaed to be sail
?I .....or Georgian Bay,
ree departments were
. ntered upon tl.e reecae of the
!|.,onists. Kevenuecutters, light
honse B?am?ra and army engineering
in senrice on the great lakeswere
,],.,.,).. i .,, learch Lake Huron and
. ,an Bay and the thousaiids of
small waterwaya for some trace of tbe
acronauts. General Allan is of the
opinion that the missing balbons have
passed from Lake Huron into tbe wilds
Tbe milHary cxpcrts at the War Col
l,.L'e bere, it was learned Uxlay, are
working upon the details of a plan for
the orgaob?tion "f an _ortnous re
Berve army t.. aupplemenl the standing
armv in time of war in addition to re
, nliBtments from the state n.ilitias. The
reaerve i* w conaial of men booorabty
trged fiom ihe regular arn.y and
prohahly of those who bave received
niil.K. irainillg.tbougb whether the two
cl-ssea ..f in.11 Bball Be organiied eap
ai.u.lv is nol decided. It is pointed
,,..' thal every year 25,000 men a.-' ?!.
charged from tbe army. As the leno
f enlistmenl eztenda only tbree yeara
;h, eiiii-ted pei'soniicl is rapidly re
The idea baa new been put
f...v\;o I by Maj. G?n. Wood that these
retired mon ...uld he kept in a loose
organi?tion by the payment <>f a
Dominal salary. They ...uld i.e called
upon for _aneuver work once a year.
If a fair percentage of the man retired
each year would he kept in an organ
iration iu this way for six years, there
would I.e availablc a for..- as strong in
numbera as the army itsclf which is
limited I.y law to 100,000 men. These
men would hc well grounded in ritle
^,,rk and army ri.utiiie and with tbe
added field ezperienoe of a yearly ma
neuvet could he kept up to a creditable
point of etficiency. When the details
are completed I.y tl.e War Oollege <.f
they will i.e submitted lo Oeneral
Wood.who w.ll prohahly ask ihe presi
denl - consideratioii of them looking to
. oogreesional action.
Cholera casea in Ci.ily w.re reported
t.i ihe State Departmenl today through
the American consul at Palermo. Tlie
dispatch from the Consul statcs that
four cases ..f cholera appeared at Pal?
ermo yesterday, onecaae at (Jirgent.
Trapani all of which were
.1. pi.lt. d.
.ssociate Justice Hugbes ..f the Bu
e Court t.-day paid his tirst call
id. ol Taft since his elevation
t., the higheef bencb. The former
,i may ha\c taiked politics aud
the New Vork siiuation hut now thal
l?. | ... the bencb hc wouldn't tell tbe
reporters anytbing ahout it.
A i.'coiiim.ii.laiioii for action upon
- againsl Immigration Com
missiouer North, of San Francisco, wa
tted lo Secretary Nagel, of tlie
menl of Commerce and Labor
today. Tbe case is the outgrowtboi
au alleged cffort by steamship CO?
panieato turn a sreat ttde of Hiodu
immigration into this country. While
K.efe refuaed to diaeuaa his rnoom?
I !i,.ii. it is generally believed to
be adveree to North. The charges were
mad. bv Special Agent Ainsworth, who
|y waa North's right band man.
lt was rumored bere that Ainsworth
mighl BUOOflfld North. The evidence in
tbe caae ia said to include relerencefl to
:! men ol great political jirotni
nence in California, who are alleged to
have been engaged in an effort tognin
entra use for the Hindttfl. After Secre
s ig< I paaaefl npon Keefe'fl reoom
meodatiotl, tbe case will go to President
Taft fOT linal action.
Director o( tbe Cenflui Durand and
Secretary NagelheW aconfereocetoday
regarding tlie propoflfld rt-enumeiation
ol Tacoma, VVaah., but nothing definite
wa- deeided. A committee from Ta
koilia is now eli rOUtfl bere to enter
proteal and ask for a re-eiiumeration.
\ hearing will be given the committee
and linal deciaion then will be made by
Secretary Nagel. Ever sinee the an
Douncementof Iraodain Tacoma waa
made. Durand bas been receiving re
queata for a rc-onnineration.
Preaidenl Taft and Attorney (ieneral
Wi skuraham havfl now before them tbfl
probleni of deciding whether a vast
maaa "f inforrontion ooUeeted by the
Bureau "f CorporatioM, warrants a
snit againal tlie I'nited States Steel
Corporation foi violatiou of the anti
irusi laws. Commiflflioner Bmitb of
the bureau bas practically completed
the evidence leoored by hia agents. At
ihe White Houae today Attorney GflU
ral Wickcrabam stated tbat the mat
ler bad nol omctally come to thfl De?
partmenl <>f Justice.
Al a U* I tittg "f the board of trustees
of the ? .' Pofltal Savmgs Bank Byatem
thia alb niooii. tbe questien of ixist
poning ihe date of opening the lirst de
poaitoriea from Dec. 1. to Jan 1. was
.1 The trustees abo took up
t'.ie linal \sclc. tioii ofthe cities where
ihe aystem will be pul into effect lirst.
lop M. C. Harris, ol the Metho
list Episcopal Chureh in Korflfl and
Japan was n ,:ilb r at the White Hooflfl
? 0,1 .v He reported tbat thfl chureh
haa 60,000 native membera in
hiadioceae. (his bisliop ia forwarding
?i movemen! to secure 1300,000 for new
uepitala and schools.
Half a hundred stflel inagnates, for?
eign and domesiie head* d hy Judgfl B.
II. Gary, ol the United stat. i Steel
Corporation. called on Preaidenl Tafl
Ihe delegation included repre
? entaiives of ateel manufactorers from
tll OVOI thfl world who are here to
?tudy Dncle Bani'a methoda. They
ami' tO Washington from Pittsburg
md will visil varioua ateel oenters.
Si\ men were injured, two of them
atally, when a stiffgust of wind hlcw
town one of thfl truflflfls from the
001 high roof of tlie new bigh
I under conetrocUon at Kcn
. Lunenburg county, Va., earry
ug the workmen with it._
The bealth authorittes al Kew Vork
lecided deilnitely today thal Ua ia
_tti,fl woman stecrage passi'tiger on
: |j im tteamer Taormine, from
; Naples. died of cholera
.vhileat aea. Thfl steamer will not bfl
sed Irom quaranline before Mon
Ihe wheel iniili'i llie xumlard Powder
al lionell slalioii near Ilollicay.
. exploded ihis roomintr, ki!ling
. and futaliy injuriug Supt,
CRIPPEN DECLARBD (ilJLTV.
Jury Brought in a Venlirt in Twenlx
Mne N_atea Psata?eaeaacaPnssal
on the foinirted Man-Mitigatloii ol
London, Oct. 22.?Dr. Hawley Har
vey Crippen was found guilty today of
tbe murder of his wife, Belle F.lnx.re
Crippeu. Tbe jury was out 29 minutes,
having retired at 2:17 p. m.
Crippen's oiivictioi. followcd an im
pa-sioned appeal hy King's Coun-e! B.
I). Muir in his tdOB?g address for the
pro.-.culioti. aud m-li udioiis hy Presi
dent Judge Lord Alvetstoi.e that were
coiisidered unusually favorahle to the
Crippen received tbe verdict with a
fair show of composure, as tl.e speech
of Muir and the instructiotis of the
court had evidently prepar.d him for
tbe woret. The verdict was read amid
an almost oppreesive silence, after I/.rd
Alverstoue had warned those in tbe
court-room against any deinonstration.
Lord Alvcrstone.doniling al.lack cap
paeeed tbe sentence of death upon
Crippen. This was the only eentenee
poeeible under the verdict. but there
is a ohance thal tbli sentence w.ll
be commuted to life lmprieonment,
OwingtO tlie circunistantial nature of
the case against the acc.sed.
Imniediatcly after pn-nouncing son
lei.ee on the pn.-....... the LUBtUlUarj
formalitv was followcd <>f asking Crip?
pen whether he L.ul anything to say.
In a Brm roice that betrayed little ol
tl.e einotion that must have been Bgi*
tating tl.e prisoner, Crippen replied;
"1 still protest my innocence."
Ixird Alverst'.ne tixcl the date of the
haneing of Crippen for either Novem?
ber 14 or 16.
Crippen may appeal to tho Criminal
Court of Appeala, either on Ihe |round
of facts or of law, but there is sent
piobability of such an appeal availmg
In pronouncing sentence Lord
Alyerslone said: "The prisoner has
been convicted o:i evidence that leavefl
no donnt in any raaaonable mind that
he cruelly poisoned his wife and iniiti
lated ber body."
Turiiitig to the doetor, Lord Alver
sioni' then said impicssiv.ly: "I advise
you to entertain no hope of eecaping
thegallows. I in.plore you to make
your peace with tiod."
Hesides the appeal to the criminal
court of appeala, tbe bome secreta?
can order this court to recoiisider the
This court can either atlirni the
.eiitencc, up-. t the verdi.t Of order a
new trial. lf the sentence is upluld. of
which there is no doubt, tlie <.nly
chan.e for Crippen is tlie exercise of
royal clemency, which is only pn! mto
force on the recommendation of tho
Btbel C_re Leneve, Crippen i
former stenographer, who flod wilh
him after the murder of his wife, and
who ia under indictment on a charge
,,f being an accesaory after tbe hct,
will I.e placed on trial next Tueeday.
Had Crippen heen aciuitted :-he WOUld
have been freed.
London, Oct. 22.?Late ihis evening
Dr. Crippen auffered from aevere faint
ing spclls and special medical aid was
summoned to Brixt-.n jail to troatbim.
Ii;isgreatly depreaaed over biscon*
viction of murder and the imposition
Of tbe death p.nalty.
The Mtfladag Halloons.
Toronto. Ont., Oct 22.?With tln
agents ofthflOntario government and
thfl lludson Lay Company scouringthe
wOOdfl of Northern OiHario for time
miafling racing ballootis from St. Louis,
and the QuebflC governnieiit taking
similar steps, il is bopfld that delinitc
word of their safety and auocof will !>'?
receivfldwithin th.- next 21 boura. A
relief expedition may be sent from
New Vork. Oct. 22.?Tbe Aero Club
of Ameriea today received a telegram
from Capt. Emil lleamer. pilot ol the
Bwisfl balloon A/urca. tliat he and h\*
pilot, Leon (iiraudan. were safe al
DlflOOtasing. Algoma, Canada. The
telegram was dated Oetober L'I. Iffl I
ner said tbat he and Oiraudan had
wanderedfor two days and one night,
and had suffered intensely from cold
and bunger. They bad to swim acrOflS
a lake to reach a settlement. I'oo.ly
protectfld from tbfl cold, they encount
ered weather of 11 degrees above Iflro
and were ne.nly frozen bflforfl they
tinally obtained relief.
kfontreal, Oct 22.~Tlie crew ofthe
Swiss balloon Helretia, Col. Bchareok
and r.ml Armbuster, ar ived her*- to?
day and will bave foi NewVo.k to?
night. The Helvetia landed Wednea?
day morning fiftflflO miles from Yillo
M"uio. [tattained abeight of 4,000
feet and its maximutn speed wa- 65
milea an hour, when it was driren by a
Riodfl .liineiro.Ocl. 22. - The steam
ship Walley is wrecked al Arrostlas
light bouse'off 1'ara and tifty of ber
crew and passengers have pcrishcd.
Sexeiity-live others were rescued. The
ship is a total loss
Rto Dfl .laueiro. Oet. 22. - Fifty j.-r
KHM known t?> have Dflfln drowned iind
? l.oatload of Ls others inissing is tlie
repoil received heie today in eonnection
with tbfl report of the sinking late last
Digfat of tbfl British steaniabip Walley.
The resflfll foundered in f terrilie storm
within sighl of tbe Arro/.ales Ligbtthip,
off. Th*' northeasl coast and within a
few milea Of ,be city of Paris. Se\enty
live of thfl passengeis and crew are re
ported to have been reflcned, most of
Ihe women iind ehildren having been
saved. It fc believed thal those losl
irera drowned in the capsi/.ing of small
boata in the heavy sea wnich was run
ing at thfl time and wbich drave the
tbfl Walley insbore.
Chieago, Oct. 22. ?A fractur.-d arm
and leg sustaincd by the Ooontess dfl
Beaufort last Thorada. in s fall al thfl
home of ber father M. II. Kilgalleii. ii
i family matter and none of the busi?
ness of thfl police, according to word
given out at bflndquarters today.
Morning papers intimated tbat as a
? esnlt ?>f the fleerecy employed by the
family in gettmg the young woman to
* private hospital and aj a result ofbflf
hnshand's appearance on the ?BflOfl
With a badly -eratehed face. an in,
gation would bfl made.
Ai the Kilgalleii home today it was
atatod that thfl connt'fl face waa dam
aged by a drunken chauffeur and that
the countess. iujuries resulted freni a
rug alipping on a polisbed tloor and
ahrowing ber 0v'Cr a baniiier,
TOIIAVS BASEBALL (iAME.
Chicago, Oct. 22.?At 9:30 this morn?
ing the umpires who will serve in to?
day s game made an inspection of tbe
diamond and found tbat the wind of
tbe early morning llad dried it out in
splendid style. They th-n issued a
formal annouucement tbat the fourth
game of tbe world's championship
series would be called at 9 n. aa. today.
The weather made good today and
the game which will either give tbe
Athletics tbe world's baseball cbani
pionship or will restore Chicago to the
baseball map will be played at tbe
Wotn Side park at 2 o'cloek this after?
noon. The opposing batteries will in
a!l prol.al.ility be Bender and Thomas
for tbe Mackmen, and Cole and Kling
for tbe Cubs. There is no denying
that yesterday's rain was a sliower of
blcssing for tbe Cubs and Cub rooters.
It served to revive the badly bligbted
and fast witbering hopes of Chicago
fandoni and with the hppearauce of the
sun thia moruing things took on a niucb
more rosy hue from the view-pointof
the few remaining loyally hopeful Chi?
cago fans. The aiinouneeinent in the
morning papers that Manager Chance
had abandoned hia intention to try
Brown again and would trot out "Old
King" Cole, struck apopular note.
"The player is a dead one, long live
the plaver,"is very good in fanoing cir?
cles. Brown, the idol of former years,
was amaabed al Philadalpbia. Now he
is ralagatod aod tbe baga are aiUiag to
beotow their bassahe on any new idol
(uncracked) that in iy be set up. The
prosp.-cts are that by tonight 'King"
Cole will be getting a very royal reccp
tion, or be will be doing a Portuguese
duck a la Manuel.
Beoder'a eelectioo for Ihe job of
making itfour atrttigbta for the Athletics
is not a i?ertainty, thougli, it is vory
probaUe. Manager _aca, is however,
dangling Oooaabe before the eyes of tho
Cubs aa a hogie, and it will take the
warining up before tl.e game to deter
minc which of the pair will niount tbe
moiiiid. H Bender is right, he will
g.-t the Job, hut should his scalping
arni fail him it will be up to Cyombs
t.i go to the relief._
gehwat) Oats WUpyara,
Philadelpl.ia. Oet, 22.-"The Beth
lebem Bteel Company has eaeared b
controll?g interest ill the Itodt of
the William Ci-amp A Bon'B Bhip and
Eogine Building Company." This
?tatement was made yesterday by 8D
official ..f th.- Cramp eompury, and
is the tirst abaolute ooafirmataoa of
niiiiois conccrning the big deal that
has heen given out.
For several nionths it has been
known that representatives of tbe
Betblehem Steel Company, of which
Charles M. Sciiwab is president, h.>
beenquietly purchae?g stoek of Ihe
Cramp concarn. Tbe oAoJal of the
Cramp company vbo toldof tbe sale
?aid that while 8 niajority of the stoek
has h.-eii puichased I.y Mr. Schwab's
oonoern, the nianagemcnt of the ship
building company has not yet been
Ttafll (love Old Mlllfli
Newburgh, X. V.. Oct. 22.-The
Xewburgb Steam Millshave elosed their
doors indeflnitflly. They belong to the
Garner estate, membflrs of wbich are in
Burope, married to nobility.
Tbflflfl iniils have been offered for
sale for Bome time, tbe agent telling
capttahatfl bere that the family desired
to get rid of tbfl factories, because in so?
ciety cirelesin Europe a person engaged
m tradfl or inaiiufacture is looked down
The plant here was OOfl of ? chain at
Coboes, Pleaaant Valley, Wappingars
PaLU and Cainerville. The Wnp
pingers Falls planl was sold several
months ago The Pleasaut Valley
mills were olOflfld, and now tbe New?
burgb plant. It gave employment U)
aboul 860 hands, mostly women aud
girls, in the nianufacture of cotton
It was in operation more tlian balf ?
Norfolk, Va.. Oct. 2ti.?Federal
Jodge h:is overruled a demnrre* going
|0 tbfl root of tbfl general action HOW
pending in tbe Jameatown Exposition
litigalion by wbich tbe tipoflwioai r*>
ceivers are aoing to recover on many
delinqoenl stock ?abscriptionai. Thfl
demurrer waa to tbe effect that Ihe bfl!
could not stand as against defendants,
becaoflfl it did dot rtcitc that before thfl
JamflfltOWn Bxpoflftion Company ever
becamfl a corporation nndet th*' law of
Virginia it was neccssary tbat it have
before Jannary 1, 1904, as mnch as
0,000 in stock subscriptiona,
"(ollectible in law," and tbat if th*
hill did recite this, it waa incumbent
upon tbfl plaintiffs to prove that tht
company oid not have before Jannary
1. 1204, as much as $1,060,000
stock aubscriptioai, "collflctiblfl
( utter and Hark ? rerked.
Havana, Oct. 22. Hewnue entter
Cesth ps bas been wreckfld off Cape San
Antonio and the captain aml entire,
crew, with the exreption of two, are
reported to have been drowned. An
American bark, whoflfl iilenity bas nok
yet been flflUUiahed, was also wrecked
in that vicinity but tbfl crew were saved.
Th- Cubao steamer Bita and the Xbr
a/flgian steamer llanies tugethcr with
many small crafl of every deseriptiou
are reported ashore on the northwflflt
coast of Pinadel Ko._
Deatfc af _a_ts Lorillard.
New Vork, Oct. 22. ?A cabl.g'ram
received berfl tells of the death iu Paris
la-t night of Louis Lorillard, formerly
<i prominenl iporttng figure and so?
ciety faroritfl in Eew Vcrk. Ib *_?
one of four brotbers ,vho were left an
immeofle fortame on the death of their
father. LooJS Lorillard lived in Paris
a number of years. _
RiataflfflH in a Hotel.
N,w York, Oct. 22. ?One man, Rot>
: ldie. an assist int eDgineer, ?;i
probably fatally burned, aud four other
employers were injured as thfl rflflfldt of
tbe exploeaon of a boQas m the Hotel
eia.vndon, in Brooklyn, tbis morning.
For a time there were rumors that a
number of persons bad been killed, but
they were untrue. _
Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy has
Ln come famous for its eurea of coughs,
cotdfl, cruup and inriuenza. Try it
when in Deed. It containa no barmful
substance and always givea prompt re?
lief. Sold by W, F. Creighton and
NEWS OFTHE DAY.
Five days overdue, the ateamship
Hlueliclds. whi.h left Ceiba, Honduras,
for New Orleans. carrying a crew of 27
men and the wife of tho captain, is be?
lieved to bave been lost in the hurricane
which swept over the Gulf of Mexico.
As the result of borings in the distriet
of Talcabt?no, Chili, large coal beds
have beea discovered. It is estimated
that the beds will yield 150,000,000
His neefc wedged between tho spikes
of an irun fence on Navy street, Brook?
lyn. Oeorge Haskins, a clerk, strangled
to death yesterday. It is thought that
Haskins was overeome hy illness, prob
ahly vertigo, and in failing his head
had passed between the spikes.
Miss Anni. Kelly, a schoolteacher of
Chanipnign, 111., who was a fugitive
for four years rather than pay $1,200
for wbinping a pupil, has surrendered
and paid the damages imposed by tbe
The ex-premier of Portugal, in an
int.rview puhlished in Paris, says the
reason King Manuel's cabinet did not
BOpeal for foreign aid in the recent
revolution was that the ministers were
e.invif'.d that any power inteivening
would decline to retire after it had
brought ahout peace in Portugal.
charge in Mr. Roosevelt's speech
in X. w Vork, Tliursday night, tbat
.lohn A Dix, the democratic nomineo
f..r governor, was adirectorof the "wall
paper trust" was denied yesterday by
Mr. Dix'a friend and business associate,
Winlield A. Huppuch, chairman of the
democratic state committee, in a state
ineiii issued at denmcratic hcadquarters
in N.w York yesterday.
The Illinois Federation of I-abor at
Boch Island, III., yesterday adopted
.. solutions presented by President
John II. Walker, of the Illnois Miners'
I'nion. looking to a referenduni vote
nf an rk. bb in th .t and other Btataa] on
the forining of 8 new political party to
be compoeed exclusively of working
rlBBBOB, in.liiding farmers. A joint
meeting will he held later at Springfield
by the state federations of Illinois,
Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Michi
It is said in Belfast, Ireland, on what
is claimed to be absolutely reliahle
autliority, that the Cuuard Steamship
Company has approved plaus for a
s.eaiuship which will eclipse the
Olympic, of the White Star Line,
whi.h is at preaenl the largeet reeael in
the world. The new Cuuard vessel will
be 1,000 feet in lengtb. She will havo
90,000 liors.powcr, which will give her
a sp.ed of 2.". knots an hour. Tho
olympic is 882-1-2 feet in lengtb.
The old Hoffman House, at Broad?
way and Twetity-tifih street, one of New
York's most tamoua notda, haa been
tbrown into hankruptcy by creditors.
Judge Holt, in the United Suites Dis?
triet Court, appointed a receiver, with
autliority to continue business, and it
was -aid that the whole matter soon will
be taken out of the rec.iver's hands hy
reorgani/ation. The Misses Caddagan,
listen of the late .James Caddagan.
eontrol tbe hotel, which has been
famons 8fl a gathering place for poli
ti-ians. It r.'inks next in this rc-p" t
t., ihe Fifth Avenue Hotel, now a
mci.ory, and is the present democratic
InUriu.tional AvIption Meet.
Ilelmont Pa.k Aviation Field, L. I.
Oet 22. -Wilh tw-nty-seveii ofthe
wo.ld's most famois airinen on hand.
the great second in'icrnationaI aviatioi.
meet opened here ...day. It will con?
tinue nine days, including twoSundays.
-tartlingooopee an eapeotod, f<>r the
A.icans?the Wrights and Curtiss ?
ba e guarded their new racing aero
pfautea with the utmostsecrecy and h .\.
.I.clued that ar.ial honors are to ro
tnain in America. The French, cha
grined Otee their defeat last year at
IMieim8, have announced their inten?
tion of hreaking every world's recoid
The ootipo international d'aviation ih
ihe chief trophy offered,which is $72,
B00 in eash pri/.es.
The tirst accident of the international
aviation toornamflot oconrred thia
morning shortly after 8 o'elock. when
Tod Schriever, in a Dietz bi-plan*. fell
a distauce of fifty feet, wreckinghis
macbinfl aml sererly injaring nimaelf.
Bchrievar was making asharptii'ii
at tho time of his accident. His ma
,-hine got beyood OOntrol and plunged
to the ground like a bu* king broncbo,
ihrowing bim clear of tbe pilot's s.-at.
Tbfl planes of his machine weresmasli
ed, but bls engine was uudamaged. It
can bfl repaired in two or three daya.
Shriover was cut about tho face aud
badry broiflfld about the itody. He
was taken to tbe Mineola Hospital in
an aatomo ih), where his head was
dreaaad and be reUtroed to tho tield.
Schriever was recently injured
at Wilmington, Del., where bfl broke
an ankle ind bad barely recovered
from the accident.
Thomas S. Laldwin flew this morn?
ing from Mineola to tbe aviation field
?croaa country to participate in tho
Belmont. Aviation Field. Oct. 22.?
When at 1 :Hi> this afternoon, tbe booni
injr of a cannon announeed the begin
ningof the flflCOOd international avia
lion tournanieiit, rain was failing, but
dcepitfl this bandicap, J. Armstrong
Prexfll, millioiiaire of Philadelphia;
John B. Moisaant, the dariug Chieago
uiufli rhannml tlyer, and GUnda Gra
liani.-Whiie, the English tlyer, were in
The graceful monoplanes of Prexel
and Moissant sped around the course
:,; tbfl mtfl of tifty miles an hour, while
thfl heavier biplane of Grahame White
moved more slowly but with eqaal
HOOOthOflflfl. Jobn-.iy Moissant played
tag with both of 'hem. Only a few
ihoiisand persons had gathered at the
park. bfloaoflaof the inclement weather
eonditions. The Higbts, which opened
the BOflflC, were for participaiion in the
bourly distauce COPtflSt.
Death flff Prince Frmncia.
London, Oct. 22.?Prince Francis of
Teck. brother of Queen Mary, died to?
day of pleurisy. The prince recently
nnderwent two operations but witbout
The pleasant p?.gative effect expe
rienced by all v ao use Chamberlain's
Stoniach and Liver Tableta, aud the
healthy condition ofthe body and mind
which they create, uakea one feel joy
ful. Sold by V,. F. Creighton arni
Within the past two days nine per?
sons have been bitten by a rabid dog in
Dinwiddie county, according to advices
received from there.
The descendente of Sarah Winton
Henry, mother of Patrick Henry, have
eiected a monument over her grave at
Winton, the ancestral home.at Cliffonl,
Mayor Richardson, of Richmond,
and his wife and Major Hemphill have
accepted President Taft's invitatiou to
dine and meet tho Mayor of Tokio and
his wife this evening.
The Virginia members of tbe Wo?
men's Foreign Missionary Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church
South, in session in Norfolk, yesterday
pledged $10,000 for missionary work in
Col. B. 0. James, secretary cf the
com mon wealth, is to marry Miss Mary
Evelyn Kean, formerly of Gooehland
county, now of Memphis, Tenn. The
ceremony will take place in Richmond
on Deccmber 22.
Mr. H. De Jaruett, jr., formerly of
Spottsylvania county, now of Orange,
and Miss Margaret Abrill, of Orange
county, wero married Thursday at the
Baptist Church at Orange by Rev. J. T.
Governor Mann has wired Sheriff
Estes, of Nelson county, authori/.iug
him to offer a state reward of $250 for
the capturo of John Moore, the con?
victed uiurderer, who was early yester?
day morning rescued I.y a mofa of
friends from tbe Lovingstoii jail. The
offer provided thal ihe county offer a
Deepoodent hecause of deefnem and
other physical intirinities, Miss Annie
Anielia Stallings, 18 years o'd, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Stallings, of
Prcntis Place, Portemouth, fatally shot
herself in the head early yesterday,
while alone iu the room ol her l.rother,
whose pistol she used. Iliaa Stallings
tried to kill herself two weeks ago, but
was restrained by her l.rother. She was
unusually pretty and popular.
The business SB?ioos of the house of
bishops and house <>f deputies of tbe
Triennial Convention nf the Protestani
Kpi-.opal Church in America ad
journcd sine die at ''jncinnali yesterday
Tl.e joint r*ominission creatr-d u> call
a world conference o? Cbristian faith
and orderorganiaed and is preparing to
take inimolia'c action. Bt Bev. Dr.
Charles P Anderson, hishop ol Chictr
go. arafl chosen president; J. Pierpont
Morgan, treasurer, and Robert H.
Gardiner, of flardiner, Mo.. secretary.
A gift >.f sl(M),(M)0 tothe campaign
fund foi the World's Conference Church
Unity made by .1. P. Morgan serv.-d a
fitting cli.nax yesterday to the close.
Shortly before leaving for the .a-i
last night, Mr. Morgon made the olli
cial announcoment that he had started
the fund with a gift of $HH).?HM).
A committee on pla e and scope.O0O
sistiug of Rev. W. T. Mant.ing, of
New Vork; Bishop Anderson, of Chi?
cago; Bishop Bront, ofthe Pbilippioes;
Bishop Kiusnian, of Dclawarc; Rev.
P. lf. Rhinelander, of Camhridge,
Mass ; Francis Lynde Stetson. of New
Vork, and R. H. Gardiner, was ap
pointed aitb instructions to prepare a
stat.ment as to the objects and methods
One Importaat vote marked Ihe .h.s
ing hours, tbe deputies refusing to con
ear with the apper house in glring tbe
new order of suffragan bishops votes iu
tho convention of 1918. Tbe aanti
in.ni of tbe depotiea was ovorwbelm
ingly against tbe proposal so far as the
lay delegat. s were colicerticd. Only
eightdioceses were recrded in favor of
tbe measure, while 88 were registered
against it. The derieal vote resultcd
iu a tie.
The resolution of protest against tbe
treatmeut of Jews in Russia was
It was to the strains of "Publish the
Olad Tidings" that. the session ended.
The deputies had tiiiish.d all b.i-i.i.?
an.l were awaiting word of the adjourn
iiu.it of the bishops. One of the cleri
Cal nicmhers of the lower house arose
in the back part of the hall and started
Before he bad Bniehed the opening
pbmse, all the delegates, nuinhering
nearly 500, were 00 their fe.t, and
ciergymen and laymen, in.lu.ling
tinanciers, lawyers, judgcs, hankers
and business men, added their voi.es
to the precentor's
J. Pitrpont Morgan was ohse.vedto
joi'i in the singing.
As the last notes had heen reached.
Secre'.arv IIMt, of tl.e house of hishops
enfored the hall with a message that
the sessioiis of the hishops had ended.
ive minutes later ihe deputiea were
pouring from their hall.
As the last eclioes of the mariial
recessional liymn, "The Son of God
Korth to War," died away in St.
Pad's Cathedral this evening the forty
third General Convention ended.
teon the opening day of the great
religious gathering 17 days ago the,
church again recogni/.ed its democracy
and universality I.y inviting to take
part in the ceremonies of dismissal the
Bishop of Cape Palmas, Africa, D.
Ferguson, typifying in his person the
spirit of n.ission that has been tho
guiding star of the great gathering.
On the opening day the sermon was
preacbed by the most distinguished of
Kngland's churchmen, and on the
dosiug day the words of admonition
and exhortation came from the lips of
the head of the American church,
1'residing Bishop David Sylvester Tut
tle, of Missouri.
The service at the Cathedral was the
simple ritual of the church for evening
prayer. The venerable Bishop Wil?
liam Crosswell Doane, of Albany;
Bishop Ferguson, Dr. Randolph H.
McKim, of Washington. D. C, presi
dent of the House of Deputies, an.l
Bishop Boyd Vincent, of Cincinnati,
took part in the servicea. _
"Our medium prices of stylish up-to
date footwear" is ready for your in?
spection. New ideas.stylkh designs,
best workmanship, and l>est materials
Shoes made right hold their shajs-.
A fewof the makers; Taylor Mad.
The ?888, Bepl, Walk Over, Brockton
Company Operative, Red Cross, Qo880
Quality, J. and T Cousius, Lindner
Shoe Company, Clement Bail 8hoe
Company and many others. Agents for
Gold Seal and Boots. J. A. Marshall
A Rro. 422 King atreet, Up-to-date,
A modern application
of ancient Etfyptlanart.
See our window dia
play of thcmoat attrac
tive braaa yet pro
75c to ?6.00.
i. e. icton noiis
Jewelera and Silversmiths
Offlee of ('onstrueiing Quartermaater,
Fort Washington, Md.. Oetober 16,1910.
Bfliied proposala, In tarlpllante, tot tbe
eonstruetion of a new sewer onil'all al
Fort Washinglon, Md.. will he received
here until IsO p. Ba. November 7, 1910,
and then opened. Information furnish
ad on application. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should bfl indorsetl ??Pro
poaaus for Sewer Oatfldl"aod addr?aad
Captain H. II. C. KELTOX, (onstrueiing
Klll'i iSAI.S. I'roposals will bfl re?
ceived Until 1- o'cloek noon. Wcd
Bflflday, Oetober 98tb, 1910, at tbe offlee
ofthe City Bnglneer for sweeplng King
street aml other vilrilied hrick sipnres
ou Saturday Dlffbt between the hours of
ll p. in. Saturday andoa. m. Sundwjr for
tho term of one year. Sehedule, eondi
ti.msand speeiliealions ean bfl had from
the ( il\ Knu'iiicer.
K. s. LEADBEATEl
(.'hairman Committee on Streets.
\l ( I IUV SALE.
By dlreeUoa of tbfl Exeeutor of tbfl
esfciie of CflAJtUCB N. CRITTENTON,
docajaod, I wtU "eli nt publlo au itton <>n
the premises. W Orotioeo slreet. Al* S
andria. Va.. at 1030 oeioek.a. in.. I'ltl
DAY. Oetober 28tb, I9t0, ? ralrable lot
Of liousehold turnitureand other flftflfltB,
Including a lar?e valuable library b< -
lontring to said estate.
iiotatd R.F. KNOX.
BOARDERS WANTED Ai rtoeeiuoul
?ereral MEN; ue? house. every
,,, lein conrenlenoe F?.r parileulars,
ri ply al llamey'fl Prlntlng Offlfle, 118
?iHiib Royal street, AlexanUrla
\ > ?, UKN I" N<?arlv new siv room
V vanf DWELLlNOnn upper Prlnee
i,,' i nn.n si i.ion. with large
! oil ? : ou aouth.
US li. \<>i:.\l<>YI.K.
Cor. King :*n<i Royal atreeta
Rl. ti .LESMEN WAN iiiD. Men
bo em produee reanlta wltb an
excellenl line of aigns, ealendara aad
i. iv* loa during IStl. Only bualiiess
g?M :ei neeil answer.
Ilh. sciOTO SIOS Co., Kenton, 0.
JostopflMd at.Mits.c. noiiK.us.in
north Columboflatreet oysters in any
siyie. Family ordflrflfloHelted.
D: sirabiLe rooms and G OOD
i \i;i.k hoakd at tsoi Queen
I \M (ill'l.itlNO l-'DK SAI.K KXTHA
8RISTUW CREAIWERY BUTTER
I gtmrantee every poond to gtee Bntte
faetioii. Fresh and Smoked Meats.
Qroceriea and Farm Products ol all
kind* relephoneordersglren prompt
attention Pfflfl delivery.
F. C. PULLIN,
Corner QflUMfl aml Royal streets
'Phone. Roll B6L, Home NrTW.
Old Shoes Wanted
8,000 pairs of old shoes wanted immc
diatoly. The btgbflflt prtOflfl will bfl paid.
W. W. SIMPSON,
(M.|1 ( 2w Braddock House.
GIAHTS ?IN PowTsi:\??>N MUallM
Clirislopher Mathewson occupietl the
box for tbfl Qiantfl at the Polo Grounds
n New York yesterday, and beeause
of his ateady pitebing MoGraw's men
not onlv defeated ihe Sigblanders by 6
to :;, bul also captnred tnedecjding
frame in thfl last post BflflaOfl seriefl.
Mathewson, tberefore. scored hhi fourth
vietory. II*1 pitcbfld and won thrflfl
whole ganies. and savcd his team from
poflfliblfl defe.it when he came to tbfl
reseufl of young Drpekfl in another
o ,n',..;. \ home run by Capt, Doyle,
with tWO runners on tlie bags in the
third inniny, ln Iped to defeat tho
American LaMgoere, wbias errors hy
Chaae, Knight, and Hemphill were re
iponaible for the other runa aoored by
tbfl (iiants. Aa tbe earies rflflulted. tbfl
teama played seven j/.mies, one a draw,
four of wliich were at the Polo (iroiind
and three ai tbfl Hilltop.
Ktwaid lor JdImi Moore.
Livingston, Va., Oet ?i. - Failing
ja receive DfWfl of the lynching of
.lohn Moore, convicted slayerof Frank
Howell, aud sentenced tO tbfl eleetric
chair, wbe was taken from tbfl jail
here Kriday morning, Sheriff Batflfl
idmttted tbat be was oonviaoad that
thfl mob of To mountaiueers who
overpowered the giaaida and got pos
ii ofthe murderers, were triead
id ofenraged mobbera. WithGov.
Ifanu styling thfl delirery of the oon
rictfld prifloner aa "an out raga against
the digtiily ofthe commonwealth and
U ad of anarchy whieh shall nev*:r
becoodo.1 hy me," infuriatod oiti
NOS and country folk for miles around
exeoriating him for permittiug the
delirery, and rciterated statements
that Moore has been spirited out of
the state hy tbfl mountaiueers, Sheriff
ia making every cffortt to follow
the trial left hy the rescuera. H* has
deputi/.ed several ICOffl ? itiz?'U3, all
rPOUntfld and armed, to assist in try?
ing to capture the niurderer and his
A pitched battle between the sheriff's
po?e and the mountaiueers will un
doubtedly result if the two parties meet.
Sheriff Estes aaid today his party had
penetrated the woods and underbush,
an 1 seercbfld many mountain cahms.
bul found no trace of the lleting party.
He is confident, bowever, that the
party will bfl loeated and expecta blood
ahed, bflOaflBM all the mounUiueera
were armed when they rescued Moore.
Governor Mann has offered a reward of
*."(Ki for the capture of Moore, and
Nelson eounty has offered $100. The
chief exeeutive said he would not call
OUl thfl militia, unle?s he fouud it
The condition of United States Senator
Nelson W. Aldrich who is said to have
been knocked down by a ear iu New
York Thuraday ereuing, waa greatly
improved last oight.
Store Will De Open Till 9 o'Clock
Worth $7.50, at
And Absolutely Guaran
teed to Wear.
These are made of brst quality heavy
mstling regatta tafleta. in black. navy.
brown. emerald. blue and black. blue
and green. and ccrise and green change
ables. They are neatly made. with 13
inch sectional flouuee. with 0 rows of
pin tucLs and 3 tailored bands: deep
percaline underflource and dust ruffle.
Actual value is ?7.*>0. f^C f\f\
LMSBIWGH 8 BRO.
420-426 Seventh Street.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
l.(? yol' 11 MKMIJKK NOT "A?ICE
iu;.\ BOLT" BUT YK
Old i ime Bazaars
0IV1 N I ? I'KR THE Msi'K i:s <>f
111: K l.OITs ol-' PYTHIA8?
, iiKN TAKE NOTICE.
Oriental Lodge, No. 6,
Knights of Pythias,
MIII hold ?> - i .1 or Baaaaral ODD MElr
l.nWs mai.i. north Columbos Btreet
Comme ic/'iip- MONDAY,
(>. 'ober 24th,
:,,.<1 c.... ...? ils nlghta Ifu-ic, Dan
elngand other Intere-ting l_.tures eeeta
ovening. '"""?" ?-'?
I Millinery Apprentices
f and Repairers. Per
ffl manent positions. Ap- I
o: ply to
I nocmotoo. i
I 513-515-517 Seventh Street. fil
Washington. D. C.
I.'iiuii NOW u\ K/B WILL HAVE
Cream Kolls, and all sorts of Pastries.
Fine Home made Mince Pies, etc.
Charlotte Russe will be delivered freah
C....K VV VNTED. Apply to Mra It.
(. POVVELL, M north Washing?
ton street. o.i
LOST. "ii w e.ine-.iav erenlng ba
J lueell the colllel nf Kill/ .'Uld St.
AKiph streets, iii tlie po?toltiec or ..II
Prince street. between the nofltofrlee
an.l CulumlniM -ire.i. a POCKETBOOE
,-,. ,.?liiiui.r ...'I .''.. seseli a.l.l eight 'lol
I.,,-. i ' .?? ....I . la.ill.lrv tieket. A s.lil
rihie ???? ai : ?111 i.e patld for Ita return to
X.l ,ll I'ri.le. -,1'C-I._0<-tJi:it
The 1'incst of Evcryth.ng.
In lOcand 15cpackages.
2 lb.package* 10c 5 lb.pack.age-. 25c.
Farina in 10c and 20c
Old Homestead Flapjack
Flour 10c Package,
Cream Crushed Oats 10c
All Strictly New Goods.
Cor. Cameron and Pitt Street*
LOST ?? EOM COFF ItCTToS with
iniiial -M." inaiked then on. *_Jes
wiil please return t<> the Ossette eflMe
nnd re.-. ive reward. _e.-fjuat
NOTICE. Havingqualifiedaa <-_ec_
tri ies ofthe -111 ?f Ihe late BAL
LIB V. M x< i.AMKI.all pe.-on- indebt?
ed to aaid astats ar.- dlreeted to make
prompt setttetnent of the ?me, and all
persons to ? hom tl.e ?a..l e-tat.
debted are directed to present their
claims properly eertlfled f?>r payment.
JKNNIK Y. SlWf.MKKS,
OLIVTA W. EVANS,
octl8 lot a_eeniaaaeaa,
ROOm AND BOARD. Large. well
ii.-.ited tront hoo.m on second aonr
with nll modern oonvenleaeea. Oood
tiibie board. Termsleweonahle, Apply
?u north Coliin.bus .-t.e.. oetjl :<t
rOKSAI.K 0?I Ma.e. 1 TopHprlklg
T Wagon. 1 aurry, l lOO-BggO PRI *
rwCJUBATOB, i rxv. Heatiog Btore, a?
iBgoodeosdltion. Can be seen in rear
Of 1200 King street. octJiMt
ONE HUNDRED WOODMEN wanted;
wage* >1.75 per day. Apply to
R. E. OROV?R, Foot of r'ranklln atreet,