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-He TiMios. ?&$??? iSS-1 'WHOLE NUMBER, 16,179.
RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1003.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS,
' WASHINO'roN, /March '..-Forocast for
Tuesday aud Wodnesday: _-,_? ? .
Vlrglulo-Partly cioudy .Tuesday and
"Wednesdayi warmer on the const iuw
day: fresh enst wltlds, bccomlng sotith
>VNorth Cnrollno-Cloudy Tuondny^ .und
Wednbsdfly; "light to fresh northeast
Nelther Loo warm nor too c^'d was yos
terday'H temperature.;i Thoi day wm a
vcrv iiieasnni ono, with cioudy weat-nor
STATE OF 'J'HB THl-HMOMETER^
H A. M.
|2 M. ...
) P. M., ,,
Illglicsi terriporaturo yesterday.>fi
Lowest temperature yostcrdny. ,u
Mean temporaturo yesterday.. w
Normal temperature for Mnrch... 15
DepartUro from normal temporaturo. 08
Preclpltatlon during pust 21 hours,... m
Mnrch 3, 1003,
Bunrlses. 0:11 I HIGH TITJE.
Sun sets .... fi:0? Morn ng.\-f
Moon 30ts....l0::',f> | Evenlng.7,?
Jury ln the Klng caso unablo lo agreo
and Is adjournod ovor nftcr belng out four
hours-The Common Councll votes to
nllow the Specdway to romaln opon on
Sunday; und a resolution offored to have
fewer mombers of thn Councll and pay
them-?Annual budgot passed by tne
Councll, maklng npproptlations amount
inc to nearly two mllllon- dollara??Ijta
c-aBfi of Clork O'Grady sent back to t.ho
Health Commlttecj?Young man from
Petersburg. believed to have i been Ar?
thur Uoach. killed by a car on the l'orest
Hlll line?Blll offered tn the House look?
lng to tho erecllon ln Capitol Square or
a' splondlrl monumont to Gonoral Lee. ana
othor Virginla gcnerals-Servlces td .bo
held hero to-day ln celebrailoni of tlia
Pope's annlvereary?Several dcpartmey.s
to bo movod lnto tho Shafer bulldlng ln
kIxiv days-Rev. Mr. Tucker brlngs
?"hnrgea agalnst a county foachcr. wtiicn
will be invfstlgated thla weok-Mutual
Armirance Socloty to-orect a nlne-story
hullding at Nliith. and Maln Streets?-Mr.
Wllllam H. Hardgrove dies at Sauart?
Jlm. Lelnnd Rankln diBctisses 'Recent
Fictlon" beforo the " Wofnan's CIul>-?
Mothodlats of Rtchniohd to have a btg
Wesley celftbrntlor.?Corporation Oom
mlftalon organlzes ready for lho lmpor?
tant work bofore lt-Good progrcss bolng
niHd<? in doublo tracklng tho Richmond,
FroderlcUaburg nnd Potomac. MAN?
CHESTER?Cemetery Commlttee dla
cuases.-orectlon of new homo for tne su
perlnteiident-Only the Bell 'phone can
now be used in tho rrlry-Death pf Mr.
Ti. G. I?tham?-Commlsslon of lunacy
neld-Secret marrlngo made publlc.
John W. Sprlggn is glven cighlcen yoars
ln Ablngdon-Icon bulldlng sold ln Roan?
oko-President of soclal club fined JtaO
for Ilquor selllng In Norfolk-One nogro
jatallv wounds anothor in, Lynchburg??
Murdered man at Norfolk not tho Eagle
WJng'a mlssing maie-Flro in Bedford
City-Boy hotel beat at Norfolk wanted
In many citlcs-?News Itema from Crtlii
,?I'eterobur*; Elks send $25 to mother uf
Mila Joyner?John Grant, rharged with
hlgnmy in Alexandria-Negro man
drov.-iicd in the Nansernnnd-Report that
l.ula Joyn^r has boon' seen in Culpetwr
r,-,untv-Oe-alls mllls at Chai'lottesvllle
-Roported ln Petersburg that A. L.
Bishop wlll not appeal-Y. M. C. A.
Conventlon adjourns at Nc-wport Ncwk
AV.ilf-r-spout ai'Palmyra-Rov. Pr. Chas.
Manlv Inatalled pastor at loxlngton?
Rev. eGorge E. Bookor to dcllver almnnl
address at Wllllamsburg-Virginla State
Athlotlc Associatlon elects officers
Chester stlrrc-d ovor a robbery-Anothor
blg cotton mlll at Danville-Chcsapeako
nnd O.hio sald to bo interested In a coast
electric llno-WirelesB messages from
Cape Charlea to Old Point?-The Tourist
ls dlsabled-Stongel sclls out hia Fred
frlckaburg newspapor Interesta-Publlc
llbrary at Montvale-Funeral of Colonel
A. li. Rlves-Report of appondicltls
c.'iusea a marrlage. Marriages??Wlllle
Asslngton aud Mlss Berta Davldson at
Vashti; Doaths-Wm. E. Mnddera at
Petersburg; Joseph Mullen ln Baltlmore;
Charles D. Diekerson nt Gllbert's Sta?
tion; Mrs. Cora Bartlett at Montpeller;
Rev. T. J. Peck at Covlngton; Mrs.
Dolsy Wood Fergusson.
Young glrl burned to death at Greens?
boro-Northorn cOlony for Cumberland
rounty-E. L. Utley ls refused ball on
habeas corpua proceerilngs in the Supreme
ijourt-Lutheran Church organtzed in
Greensboro-lt i_, expected that Rev,
Dr. Battle will reach Greensboro thls
weo-;-Codo amended in regard to tlme
tlmtt for marrlago aftor dlvorce?r-Stnte
V, M. C. A. Conventlon to meet in. Win
fton-Salcm on March Sth-Stife biowors
aro jullod nt Charlotte by detei_Jves?-?
?j'oburro salos at Klii3ton-?Durham'wlll
lontlnuo tho Peabody Stroet lltlgation
A large number oC local bllls ln the Leg
Islature-Chlld burned to death'at Win
Speaker HendorsVn and Mr. Rlchardson
hnvo a heated till ln tho cloak-room that
will result lu the fnlluro of usual resolu
tlon <>f thanka to tho Speaker at the and
of the sesslon-Members of House, worn
out by long and tlrosomo sesslon, lose
their tetripors and aplcy retorts were the,
rule. Most o: tho appropriatlon bilU' had
beon agrood to whon tho Sennte, ittSTJ.a.
long sesslon, adjournod shortly before
mldnlght-Sonator Morgan was bt tor
In hlK speecli on Aldrlch blll, whlch ls
dr-stlned to bo tnlked to death?-No more
whlskoy enn bo sold ln the Cupltol lf the
Presldont slgns hlll that has nassod both
housea?Tho Otjon bill, prohlbltlng giv?
ing oi' pilzc-s ln packages of tobacco, pass?
ed tho Houso?:itom for tho purchase of
Shafer slto Iuih boen ngreod to by con
fertos on Ihe omnlbus publlc bulldlng nlll,
but tho oonferoes aro dlsagreed on other
ltems-Presldont has Issued a procla
matlon calllng an nxtra sossion of tho
Bonatc-Presldont Rooaevell wrltes a let?
ter to Clark Howoll In justltlcatlon of ap
polntmenta to Federal offlcos ln tho South
.?Cotirso of stock prlpea was downwnrd
and of money rntes upwarcl-Brothera
meet after a sopiuatlon of a quarter of a
century-Rtisslon beauty is klllod ln a
ball-roovn-Pollco cerlnln thut woman
was mttiiloror of, Mr, Burdick ln hls Buf
falo homo?John Armstrong Chaiilor
wanted In New York for t.ho aettlom.nt of
nn ostutii of n, mllllon or moro dollars?
Rlx peoplo killed und twenty-flvo or thlrtv
Injjiierl In un oxplosion nt cement works,
CONVINCED A WOMaS
DID THE MURDER
(By Aniioeluten Preuu.)
nUi|,FAl/J, N. Y., Mnrch -'?Mra. Bur
dlck, wifo of 13, J), Burdick, wlio waa
intu'doreil iii hls home hore last Thursday
nlghl *"ul Mrs, Hull, her mother, wero
exaiiiliied at considorublo length early to
day. Mrs. Hull sald sho know nothlng
of what had huppoued untll _ho was 4111II
Pd liy tho doino.-itlo in tho morning. She
heard '.10 souiuls during tho nlght, hoard
nothlng whatoyer of any volce, nnd' awoko
ln iho morning Ignorant of any trugody
|n lho huso Sho donlocl positively that
hor i'elatlbns with Mr, Burdick were un
Dlstrlct Attorney Coatosw-i'th, sald:
"W'u cixaniincd Jlrs. Hull aud Mrs,
Burdick fnr tho purpose of .omplothig
thn expei'loneu of alf thoso In tho houso
Iho nlght Hns niurdor occurred, and to
usoertiilp. from Mrs. Burdick who ln her
Judgment mlght havo. been acuated , to
lomnilt such a oriino."
Chlof Detectlvo Cussnck says he ls
ntili convinced the nuird'erer was a wo
Cross Words Between
Him and Richardson.
ALL COURTESY IS
Speaker Says He Will Not
Recognize a Democrat,
THAT HE WAS SUITED
The Meaning of it is that the Usual'Vote
of Thanks Extended to the Pro
siding Offlcer at Ending of Ses?
sion Will Be Omitted?Ma
jorily and Speaker More
Tyranical than Reed.
oy Walter Edward Harris.
(Speclnl to The Tlmej-Blspatcb.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2.-A
passago at arms late this afternoon be?
tween Speaker Henderson and. Repre
.scntative Rlchardshn, of Tennesaoe,
Democratlc floor Ieader,- makes lt pret?
ty well eett\ed that tho usual vote of
thanks to tlie Speaker for hls falrness
and. courtasy wlll not bo voted at the
end of thls session.
Mr. Hleharclson and Speaker Hender?
son met ln a cloak-room at the House
thls afternoon. There had been six
hours of constant wrangllng on the floor.
Henderson was ln a temper and Mr.
Iflcuardson was not In a good humor.
The Speaker approached Mr. Rlohard?
son and ln angry tones declared he
would not recognlzc another Democrat
unless he wero ohllged to.
"Very well," replled Mr. Richardson,
"t shall construo your words to mean
that thenceforward all courteay shall
coa.se. That suits tho Democrats cx-.
actly." '\yith theso words he left the
lt ls now understood that the usual
vote of thanks proposed by a Demo?
crat, whlle a Democi_t Is ln the chalr,
wlll not be offered.
Unless the mlnorlty refuscd to extend
a vote of thanks to Mr. Reed at tlie
close of hls flrst year as Speaker, lt is
belleved thero had never been an In
stancfi of thls klnd In tha hlstory of the
Congress. The majorlty, as well as
tho presldlng ofneer of the Flfty-seventh
Congress, ls Inflnltely more tyrannlcal
than was tho majorlty wlien Reed
wellded tho gavol.
TOOK JOKE 8ERIOUSLT.
If tho Presldent slgns the lmmlgratlon
blll, wihlch has passed both house?, tho
members of the Plfty-elghth Coilgress
will have to drlnk from thelr bottiles if
tliey got any whiskey in the Capltol.
There, ls a provlsion ln the bill that no
iiitoxicatlng llquors shall bo sold in the
Capltol bulldlng. A member ot the Houso
Commltteo had tho provlsion placod ln
tho bill as a Joke. It went through tho
Houso, lt belng thought that the Senate
would strlke It out. But tho Senate took
It serlously, and the blll was passed un?
changed as to. the temperance feature.
Tho Committee of Conferenco did not
strlke out the provlsion. The conferenco
report on the blll waa presented late to
night. Tho adoptlon of tho report wlll-be
tho flrst business transacted to-morrow.
The blll goes lnto effee.t July 1, 1S03,
after whlch tlme tho saloon In the base?
ment of the Capltol, whlch ihas been so
profltabla to thoso who bought tho prlv?
llege of runnlng lt, ond such a thom ln
tho flesh of the tem'porance people of tho
natlon, wlll be a thlng of tho past.
OTJEN BILL PASSED.
Tho Otjon Tobacco Company blll passed
the Houso to-nlght. The blll forblds the
givlng away of tagn, coupons or othor
ICE NOW TWENTY
CENTS A HUNDRED
Flght Among the Companies
Here Has Reduced the
lce, which has been seljlng for forty
conts per hundred pounds waa snld yes?
terday for twenty cents, and tho pros
ponts are that tho prico will go lower
stlll boforo the llght whlch is now rag
Ing between the varlous companies horo
Soveral proprietors hore woro com
miinleated wlth on tlie tnibject last
nlght, but they wnro reluctant to
dlsousu prlcos beyond saylng that
thoy were very much unsettled at pres?
ent and tliero waa 110 knowing Just what
It "ls a fact, however, that one com?
pany has put lce on tho streot at twenty
couts u hundred, and tho others are sald
to bo followlng sult, It Is a flght tliat
?wlll probably not enduro verv long. but
wll la lt lusts It wlll be a goocl thlng for
tho consumors, The oliances soem^o bo
that boforo very long somo agreement
wlll be arrlved at among- the compotlng
RUSSIAN BEAUTY WAS
KILLED IN BALLROOM
(Spocliil to Tho Tliaes-niannK-.'i
ST, PETKRSBURO, March S.-T'he
greatest rmmity of the soason, Countess
Woroiiin, i was kllled Saturday lu tlie
presonce of the Cisar, Czarlna and the
four, hundred of- St. Petersburg by a
nhumpagno boltlo accldentally clropped
from a box in tho second tler of the ball
room. Tlie glrl was'lnstantly-kUled wlien
the bottle, wlth a great nolse, struck her
on tlio top of he," head aud oxplodtd. i
articles of liko ydharacter wlth clgars,
clgarottes, amoklng tobacco or plug,
Tho blll la pronounced by Ita mipport
oi's'to be the mos ImpoHant moastiro ln
tho lntereet of tlio lndopendent tobacco
manufacturers of tho country over adopt?
Captaln Lamb, who has been worklng
hard for tho blll for two months or more,
uald to-nlght ho hoped to seo lt go through
tho Sonato to-morrow.
I learn to-nlght that tho conferees on
tho publlc bulldlngs blll havo agreed on
Uhe Richmond pOBtofflco Item, but that
thcre's a flght over another Item In tho
blll. whlch may dolay the conference re
Dr. E. Booth, of James Clty county,
waa at tho Capltol to-day on hls way
homo from Annnpolls, whero ho vlslted
Cadet' Booth at tho Naval Academy. Dr.
Booth took lunch wlth Senator Danlel.
Vlrglnla postmastora havo been appoint?
ed as follows:
I. G. Smlth, Cartor's Mlll, Patrlck coun?
ty; Danlel Klttlngcr, Haran, Roanoko
Tho followlng promotlon Is announced
In tho offlco of the surgeon-general of tho
Mrs. Nannlo AV. Turk, Vlrglnla, from
ck-rk at $720 to clerk at |8I0,
INDIA NOLA CASE.
ln responso to a rosolutlon adopted
somo tlmo ago, all tho papers ln Uio In
dlanola caso wero sent to tho House to
day. Tho papors lncludo tho formal res
lgiiatlon of Mlnnle Cox, tho postmastor,
and tho lettors and tolegrams rocelved at
tho department from tlmo to tlmo, re
flticstlng that tho offlco bo reoponed.
Thero lhavo not recently boen' many ro
questR of.thls klnd, for tno roasort that
tho whlto peoplo have made arrangemcnts
hy whlch thoy recolvo thelr mall as reg-j
ularly and about as promptly^as wfhcnl
tho ofTlco was opon, whlle tho nogroes.
who aro unable to pay for tho rnounted
csrrfer servlce, get no mall at all.
The Postmaster-Genera.i refuses to ap
polnt a postmaster untll the Mayor of
tho town and sherlff of the county guar
antee hls or her safety. Thls they have'
not. done, and'aa the sherlff Is reported
to havo sald recently that the Presldent
was a "fourtoen-karat Jackass," It is not
llkely that tfho guarantee of at least one
of the ofllclals wlll bo forthcomlng.
Delaware Agaln to Be Repre
sented in U. S. Senate.
FIRST TIME IN FOUR YEARS
Congressman Dick of Ohio Came Over
from Washington and Succeed
ed in Effectlng Com?
(Bf Assoclated Pre?.,
DOVER, DEL., March 2.?For the flrst
tlmo ln four years tho State of Delaware
to-day secured full representatlon ln the
United States Senate. At a speclal ses
slon the State Leglslaturo elected State
Senator J. Frank Allee (Unlon Repub?
lican) to tho Senatorshlp whlch expires
in 1907, and Cnogressman. T. Helslor Ball
(regular Republican) to the torm cxpir
ing in 1905. The selectlon was undoubt
edly duo to pressure ? from Washington
brought to bear upon the regular Republl
cans ln tho Legislature, who have all
along been opposed to the election of J.
Edward Addlcks or any of ihis adher
ents to the United States Senate.
Congressman Dlck, of Ohlo, camo to
Dover to-day ln the Interest of Republi?
can harmony. He establlshed headquar
ters at the Hotel Rlohardson, whoro, prlor
to tho Jolnt session of tho Legislature, he
recelved a dclegatlon from each Republi?
can factlon. Ho advlsed the acceptance
by tho regular Republicans of the Unlon
Republlcans' proposltlon agreed upon ln
Phlladelphla on Saturday, that a Unlon
Republican bo elected for the long term
Senatorshlp and a regular Republican for
tho short torm, Addlcks himself belng
Anticlpatlng the Ukellhood of an agree?
ment between tho Republican faotions,
Stato Senator Saulabury headed a dele
gatlon wlth a proposltlon for a compro?
mise, wlth tho asalstance of the Demo
cral.s. Thls proposltlon was recomrnended
by the Advlsory Committee, but wa.s not
After tha agreement between the regular
and Unlon Republlcans had been agroed
on, tho Unlon Republlcans met ln cauous
and nomlnated J. Frank Allee aa thelr
candldate for United States Senator. The
Democrats ln caucus voted unanlmoualy.
to vote for one regular Republican, but
wero unable to agrce on tho proposltlon
to vote for two regular Republlcans.
ln antlclpatlon of a settlement of the
soriatorlal dlftlculty, polltlclans. and prom?
inent men from overy section of the Stale
wero present at to-day's sessions of; the"
Ijcglslaturo. The election of Mossrs.
Alleo and Ball was announced to an au'.
cllsnce that Hlled tlio House of Represen
natlves to suffocatlon. The appoaranco
of Congressman Dlck In the hall was tho
slgnal for wlld and prolonged applause.
During tho votlng ho oecupled tho seat
of Rcpreaentatlvo Townse'nd, and beslde
lilm, In the sent of Representatlvo.Jones,
sat Mr. Addlcks. Tho latter evlnced
nmch satlsfaetlon when tho result of the
voto was nnnounced. It was as follows:
Long term?Alleo, 30; Saulsbury, 17; J,
II, Hughes (Democrat), I;. Woodburn
Martin (Democrat), 1; A. H. Sanborn l;
E. W, Tunnell (Democrat), l.
Short term?Ball, .11; Konny (Demoorat),
10; B. A. Hazel (Democrat), 1; .?, It.
C'ochran. Jr. (Domocrat), 1.
Mr. Addlcks was the'flrst to congratu
lato Senator Allee, and ho was followed
by a long processlon of ieglslators and
spoctators, all of whom were anxlous to
sliake the hand of tho succossful can?
The election is regarded here as an Ad?
dlcks' vlctory, becauso of tho refusal of
tlie regular Republlcans to agreo to it
compromise wllh the Democrats.
'?'j am very happy," sald Mr. Addlcks
after th? result wns'announced. "It
grntlfi'ds mo to mako one of my best
friends, J. Frank 'Alleo, United States
Senator Ho degervos a placo from a
party vlew point, and greatly strengthons
tho unlon Republlcans aud myself in
making the llght to carry tho State in
1904 for the Presldent. .1 propose to help
elect a majorlty of tho Legislature of
1901, favorablo to my candidacy to the
United States Senate." ,
TO BE OPEN
The Pollock Amendment
Adopted by Council.
To Reduce Number of Councll
_nd Pay Them.
CITY FATHERS ARE
DETERMINED TO RIDE
Overruled Veto of the Mayor?City
, Attorney to Go After the Passen?
ger and Power Company?Or
dinanco Against Standing
on Street-Car Plal
Among tho matters, whlch recelved the
attentlon of tho Common Councll at ita
session last nlght wero two of para
mount Importance, referring rospectlvely
to tho uso of tho spoedway on the Sab
bath and to tho rodtictlon ln tho mem?
bershlp of tho Clty Councll.
Upon a divided voto and aftor a rathor
llvely dlscusslon, the Bottoma amend?
ment was rejectod, and tho spoedway
was reopened for tho uso of the people of
Richmond" on tho Lord's Day. The clause
ln tho origlna.l ordlnanco, however, was
at tho instanco of Mr. Pollock, so amend?
ed as spcclflcally to provldo that tho
race-couirso shall be used far "trottlng,"
leavlng the Impllcatloh that lt cannot bo
employed for trial raclng. Mombors of
the Counclt charged Mr. Pollock wlth
dod'ging tho Issue. He replled that
ho was squarely agalnst the
ondorsement of horse-raclng by the clty,
but that ho thought the speedway should
be, opened for legltimate use.
REDUCTION OP N^MBiaRS,
Tho unanimous vote of: die body wa<i
glven to a resolution offered by Mr. Gar
ber,. of Fulton, provlding for the appolnt
ment. of a jolnt committee to nonsider
tho advlsablllty of reduclng the number
of mombers in the two branches of .the
leglslatlve department, and of provlding
propor remuneratlon for tho sald mem?
bers Instead of havlng them to servo
gratls, as at present. Mr. Garber mado
a rather sensatlbnal speech in presenting
. Varlous othor matters of Interest and Im?
portance camo before the Councll, The
Mayor's voto in referoi._ft to car fares
for Councllmen was overridon; the Clty
Attorney was lnstructed to Investigate
the Passenger and Powor Company wlth
reference.. to transfers, and lf necossary
to proceod against It; an ordlnanco was
offered and referred making It unla'wful
to stand on street car platforms,
DETAID OF THB MEET-NG.
When the body was called to order
Sergeant at Arms Ruskell announced
that he had a message from the Mayoi1.
Clerk August read tho communlcatlon,
whlch proved to be a voto of tho ordl?
nanco Inslructlng the Committee on
FInance to provlde sufflcient money to
purchase street car ticket for the Coun?
Mayor Taylor set forth In tlio me-ssngo
that the measure was not passed by a
two-thirds vote In elther branch, a?d~
that ln effect It would result further ln a
vlolatlon of the Intent of the now Con?
stltutlon. He also clalmed ln tho letter
that tho onactment would result In ex
On motlon of Mr. Pollock actlon on the
veto was held up for tho tlma bolng, as
all the Councllmen were not present.
On motion of Mr. Hlcks tho readlng of
the bugdet was dlspensed with, where
upon it was moved that It be adopted.
A roll call was taken flnd showed that
the budget had been adoptod by a vote
of 29 to 3, Mossrs. Bloomborg, Shea and
PlillllrJs ropresenting the mlnorlty.
CITT ACCOUNTANT'S REPORT.
The report of Clty Accountant McCar
thy was read. It set forth that James
E. O'Grady, clerk of the Board of Hoalth,
waa totally Incompetent, It wns about
to be' recelved and flled and forwarded
to the Board, when Mr. Hlcks hold up
suoh actlon, pendlng an explanation by
himsolf of the Health Commlttee's actlon,
He sald that slmllar charges had been
made to the committee and had been In
vestlgated and found ungrounded. The
lnvestlgajlon had boen conducted through
J. LINDSAY GORDON
nterloculory Decree Granted
His Wife by Justlce
(By AssnclMe.1 Pr*M.)
NEW YORK, Mardh 2.?Justlce Blan
chard, slttlug ln tha Supremo Court, to
day slgned an liiterlocutory decreo of
absoluto dlvorco In favor of Emlly A.
Gordon agalniU former Asslstant Distrlct
Atorney J- Llndsay Gordon.
Oordon ls a son of General George
Llndsay Gordon, who was kllled ln il>?
Clvll War, and Is ihe grandson of Gen?
eral Willlam F, Gordon, for many years
a member of Congress from Vlrglnla.
Mr- Gordon himsolf. at the ago of twenty*
six, was a member of tho Vlrglnla Sen?
BOY'S LEG BROKEN '
BY A STREET CAR
Walter Worniloy. ? small oolored boy,
was struck bv a street car at Bocond und
Broad Streets yestorday ov.inlng and hls
leg broken. Dr. Sandldge l:ame wlth Iho
ombulaiico andjirt wna -'MTlcd to tl>*
Vlrglnla Hosyltul. i
a subcommlttee, and thelr report. waa not
on hund. ' .,
Mr. Mllls moved that tho report of Mr.
McCnrthy bo taken to tho Health Com?
mlttee, and ln tho face of objeatlon from
Messrs. Curtls ond Shea, thls action was
Tho roport ot the Commlttee on Health
extehdlng tho con tract tor the removal
ot dead anlmals wns oxtended for two
THE HPKEDWAY AGAIN.
; Here developed agaln tho much bolft
hored subjoct of tho Spoedwny matter.
Tho Bottoms amendmont, closlng the
Spoodway ou Sunday, for wOiatever pur
poses soover, was reported and at once
provoked a flght. Sovcral speeches wore
made. ? . ?
Calls for tho quesllon brought the mot
ter to a volfc. The roll-call on tho Bot?
toms amendmont rcstilted ln tho rejen
tlon of tho amondmcrit by a voto of 19
to 18.;' The vote was aa follows:
Ayes?Andprson, Bofisieux, Crenshaw,
Ellett. Garber, Hargrovc, Hobson. Mlnor,
Phllllps, Pollard, Russcll. Spence, Wllt
stOn-13. - -. .'
Noes?Curtlc, Fergusson, Glenn, Grlmos
Heslep, Hloks, Hubor, Mllls, Morton,
O'Nell, Potors, Pollock, Phll Shea. St.ln,
Teofey, Weat, Whalen, Wllllams, Bloom
Mr. Pollock at onco offered a now
amendment to tho ordlnance. Thls
amendmont, whlch opons. tho specdway,
but declared that ttsha.ll be. used only
for "tro/tlng" and not for trlal racing,
reads as follows:
'JThat tho apocdway at Now Roservolr
rark, whlch has been provlded to prevent
racing on tlio botilcvard and othor roads,
and for the espoclal use of such cltlzons
of tho clty 6C Richmond ns n_y posses3
horaea, shall bo permlttod to be used at
any and all tlmes for trotting horses ancl
all persons shall drlve to the right from
entranco to said speedway.'t
After aome. dlscussion the Pollock
amendment was adopted by a vote of
19 to 14. The roll-call was as follows:
Ayes-Curtis, Fergusson, Glenn, Grlmes,
Heslep, Hlcks, Huber, Mllls, Morton,
O'Nell, Poters. Pollock. Shea, Steln. Teof
(Contlnued on Second Page.)
Arthur RoaGh Crushed to
Death by Street Car.
NEAR FOREST HILL PARK
Identified Through a Paper in His Pock
et by Lleutenant Vaughan, His Un
cle in Petersburg ? Rerhai'n's"
Turnect Over to Morrisett,
A young man, prosumably Arthur
Roach, of Petersburg, was run ovor and
Instantly killed by a Forost Hlll car,
(between tho car shods and Forest Hlll,
laat nlght about 0:30 o'clock.
Tho car was in charge of Motorman
Clark, ono of tho most careful men .on
tho llno. Tho man was lying Immo
dlatoly ln the middle of the track ln the
"bottom," Just boyond the sheds, . and
was not seon until the car waa wlthln
about a length's dlstance. Tho body
was badly mangled, the head bolng
crushed beyond recognltlon, both arms
and one log broken.
VIKWED THE REMAINS.
Coroner Brodnax vlewod tho renfiains,
hut found nothlng upon tho body to
lndlcate the ldentlty of tho dead man.
He turned tho remains over to Undor
takor.MojTissett, who wtll preparo lt for
burlal,' and a further oxamlnatlon into
the cause of the accident wlll bo mado
It was through a paper In the inan's
pocket and . hls light, fedora hnt that
'The TJmea-Dlspatch was enablad to
place hls. ldentlty.
The paper referred to was a blll for
goods bough't by Mrs. M. J. Hnmllton
from E. J. Colllns, ln Market Square,
Petersburg, Communlcatlon by telephone
with Lleutenant J. M. Vaughan, of tho
Petersburg Pollce Department, brought
out tho fact that young Roach had un
dortakon to transacta mattor of buslness
for Mra. Hamilton in Petersburg yester?
day morning, and that he had not boen
seen since. He wore a Ught Fedora hnt,
and in other respoots resem/bled tho man
who was killed last nlght. ?
Young Roach was tha twenty-three
year-ola son of Mr. and Mrs. W. ? M.
Roach, of Petersburg a nephew of Lleu?
tenant Vaughan, and Mr. Wllllam P.
Vaughan, who lives near Mancheater on
the Petorsbnrg Turn plko. ls an unole,
HOW TT HAPPENED.
It was qulte likely that the young man
was on hls .way to hls unclo'a home when
he lost hls way, foll across the track and
thero mot hls death.
Lleutenant Vaughan nnd the father of
the young man will como to Manchester
on the flrst train thls morning to mnko
nll nrrangements for taking tho body
baok to Petersburg. ?
Colonel Rl C Marshall, of Portsmouth,
and from'lho Stoto at largo, was at Mur?
phy's Hotol last nlght worklng for tho
flremen'a rilll pendlng ln the Legishiturn.
?T am n flro man when nt homo," ha
sald. "Tha thing that brought me to
Richmond, howover, ls a caso I deslro to
gtt dockotod ln tho Court of Appeals to
dny Whllo horo I am goltlng in all tho
lle.ks I cuii for the flromen'ri bill."
"Aro you golng to bo a candidate for
Governor?" ho was asked.
?''Do I look llke a dead mnn?" ho asked
In roply, and tho monnlng of tha an?
swer was fully understood. Colonel ^Mar
8.. has got the gubcinatorlal boo In
hi3 bonnet, and ho Is not anxlous to dls
card that boo. Ho may hn put down ns
one of those who aro not decllnlng to
beenme' candldntes, nnd ln nll probabtlity
Jjft wlll run for thls offlc*.
ALL BE THERE
'illa Senato Ccir.mlttco on Flrfan?a
nud Banka wlll meet at 10 o'clock' to
day to tako up the rovenuo bill passed
by thn llohse. Chalrman Wlclsham
says it Is lmportant thut all Interests
bo ropresciitej ln ordar that dates may
bo flxed for! hearing each and ovory -"v?
uf the Inteiwsts.
Had Failed to Acjree Late
, ATTEMPT TO-DAY
Judge Ingram Wlll Make Every
Effortto Get Verdict.
CHARGE TO THE JURY
A VERY STRONG ONE
The Body Perfectly Satisfactory to the
Commonwealth's Attorney? Inter?
estlng Argurnent Made by Coun?
sel on Eilher Side?Signifi
canf Questions Asked
.Aftor havlng had tho case concluded and
submltted to them for consideratlon
at.7;03 o'clock last nlght, tho Jury wlilcn
has for tho past woek sat In Judgmen*
on the lnnocenco or gullt of John M.
Klng, chargod wlth brlbery, returned to
tho Tlustlngs Court room two hours lator
for tho punposo of ascortalnlng for the
bonef.t ot ono?po'sslbly all of tho mem?
bers?tlio lowost punlshment sulta.ble to
tho crlmo ot whlch tho accused is charg?
ed. Tlio body thon retlred and
agaln at 11 o'clock they woro returned
by the order of Judgo Ingram.
No verdict hawlng been reached, tho
gentlemen composlng the body wero ox
cused to meot agaln this mornlng at 11
o'clock, when thoy wlll onco moro bo look-1
ed up to dollberato upon tho ovldonce,
Instructlons and argumohts which have
beon brought to thelr respoctfiil atten?
tlon during tho progress of tlie trial.' A
hung jury?a mlstrial?as forecast ln The
Timos-Plspatch nevcral- aarys ago, seems
probable, and thls was the 'oplnlon ot
nlneteen out of twenty of tho hundred or
moro'people who thronged thoVobm dur?
ing the wattlng hours last nlght.
llowen-er, In vlow of the nddltionat evi?
dence brought out by the Commonwoalth,
Uie arguments of Mr. Rlohardson.and tlie
pertinent questlonof a Juror. lt looks very
much as If tho sentlment of the- jury haa
changed materlally,-and that ln the event
a mlstrial does hot ^psult, a verdict of
gullty wlll be returned.
Coinlng as it did and worded as lt was
the questlon w-as pertinent ln the ex
treme. It ls regarded as slgnlflcant of tho
trend of thought and dellberatlon among
the mon wlth whom tho tate of John M.
Klng hangs'. .
It was uhortly after 9 o'clock that the
jury onco more flled lnto the -Iustlnss
Court room. AU woro prosont, nfter a
hearty supper. and counsel for both sldos
walved tho formallty of polllng the body,
whereupon one of the mon arose. He askod
In a plain tone, oaslly heard all over the
room, tho penalty ln the case.
"The Jury," sald he, speaklng as If ho
had been choson foroman. '|wl3hos to
know the penalty ln thls case."
"Twelve months and a flne not oxceed
lng $1,000." sald Judge Ingram."
"Thanlc you," replled the gentleman
who had dlrected tho questlorr,' resumlng
hls chalr.' .
' Hn-rdly had he taken hls soat bofore
another roomber of the jury In a remote
corner of the box arose, ,Ho, too, wlahad
to ask a questlon.
"What ls tho llghost penalty, lf your
honor please," asked the juror.
Judge Ingram explalned that the statuta
said that In case of a convlctlon thei
penalty should be flxed at twelve months
In Jall. Thls portlon was f*.*ed permn
nently, and thoro ls nothlng elsn outslde
(Continued on Ttvolfth Pago.)
aTblaze next to
The Dangerous Quarter Drew
In subdulng tho flames, whlch had
gained ronslderahle hendwn.v on the ncaj
ond floor of No. 811 East Broad Stroet,
next door to Murphy's Hotel, lost nlght,
shortly after 7 o'clock, the Fire Depart?
ment did splendld work.
At tho tlriie tho alarm wns sounded tho
rear portlon of the bulldlng was in a
llght blar.o aud burnlng fast. The firo
wh.s dlscoverecl by a gentle-man passlng
tho Capltol Sqiinre, who rushed to No,
3 Englne llouso nnd gavo tho alarm.
Knglno Conipnnles 3, 1 and 9 and Truck
No. I, renpondod. After a stubborn tlght
of ii half nn hour, iho floanes woro ex
Tlia fire orlglpated from a defectlva
flne, and broko out on the second floor,
fllllng tho ontire bulldlng wlth a d.mso
Tho department experlanced much trou
blo ln reachln'g Uie flamea, owlng to tlio
constructlon of the bulldlng. The hulld
Irig was oecupled by a number of tenants
who were unaware of the fire iiutU sev?
eral llnes of hose ware playlng upon tho
flanios. Tho thlrd floor was' oecupled
as a resldence by Mr. Hector Puryenr.
Tho damago io tho bulldlng- amountlng to
about J.'iOO U covor?rt by Ipnitr'anne. Tlio
fire created'aornowlut of a stvdsailon ?nd
a number of rumors wero i afloat as to
whsra tho flro was locaiedi It was wit
nessed by several tlumsand\people.
The proximity of tho biuMlng etructure
to Murphy's Hotel eroatfd conaldorable
Against Filibuster, -
RULE WAS ADOPTED
Despite This Leglslation Pro]
ccjeded at Snall's Pace.
MEMBERS SHOW EFFECT
OF THE LONG STRAIN
Their Tempers Were Not Sweetenet^
and Sparks Flew When the Leaders )
Crossed Swords In Debate. _
Mr.Willlams Protested Agalnst
Courke of Partisan Re?
,ny Assoclated Press,)
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 2,?
From II o'clock thls morning untll lates
to-nlght the Republlcans struggled la
borlously agalnst the Democratlo flll?
buster, worklng steadlly to wind up tha'
necessary buslness of the sesslon.. Da
aplte another speclal rulo adopted early.
ln tho day, leglslaturo proceeded at a ,
snall's pace. Boll call followed roll call
on every proposltion. The voices of tha
readlng clorks wero worn' out by the:
ceasoless calllng of the roll, and several
clerks from tho commtttees have been
culled in to help out.
Since tho flllbuster was Inaugurated
there havo boen slxty roll calls, agalnst
flfty-seven for tho entire long sesslou,
lasttng from Deeember 1, 1001, to July
3, 1IKW. Tho members nlso show the
effects of tho heavy strain, but they aro
stlcklng to tholr posta. i .To-nlght, the
great: hall prescnted a dlshevelled ap
pearance. Tho. lloor vjaa strewn with,
blts ot paper, looklngas lf a snow storm
had swopt through the hall.. Tn tho
gallerles'wero many woary watchers ln-;
toresl.od -In blllsV doomed to failure. bul
stlll hoping to the end.
The procoedlngs ,wero onlivened sevoraT'
tlmes as tho ieadera of tho respectiyeV
sldea crossed swords. Thelr tempers
ha^l riot beon sweetened by their long
vlgii, and frequently the sparks flewi
Tho presentatlon of the rulo io eut oft
the-flllbusterlng. whlch adopts tho samo
mothods of sendlng to conference gen?
eral bllls with the Senato amondments.
whlch has beon piirsued with reference
to appropriatlon bllls, thus cuttlng ofC.
several roll calls and Cuttlng out tho
demand for tho previous questlon on
conference reports, was tho occaslon o?
a llvely. debate.
Mr. Wllllams, of Mlsslss,lppi. proteste*. ;
agalnst tho course of the Republlcan,
partlaan press ln attributlng tho actloi^
of the minorlty ln the House to revengif
agalnst the unseating of Mr. Butler, H(.
sald the country should knew that th4
situatlon was broader tlian that. Th?
minorlty, ho sald, wns not acting' In re-.
tnllatlon. It was teachlng tho majorityl'
that Its rights must .be respectad. If
raasonable tim.. had boen glven to dlscusa
and present that contested electlon case,
he sald. the minorlty wouid not have been,:
under the necesslty of pursu'lng Ita pres?
ent course. Every constltutlonal anrl
parhamentary pri-rilege, he sald, woulet
be amployod, to drlve home the Demo?
cratlc protest, nnd lt ifj-.the Flfty-elghtlv
Congress an attempt was madu^o daprlva
a Democrat elected hy ? e.oOO^majorUy oC
hls soat; tho snmo-tactlcs wouid be pur-.
iMr. Grosvenor compnred thn , preaent
situatlon with that when the DomocratW
ln tho Flfty-thlrd Congross brought ln,a
rulo to concur In the slx-hundrad Senato
amondmonts to tho "Wllson tarlff bill, "In
gross." Tha ,-pretext of the.Domocrats tor*
thelr present course, he eald, was a'
fllmsy excuse. Tho minorlty, he sirl^
was trylng to pn.ralyze the govarnment.
but the -Crernmont wouid not allow it to
"We aro not paralzlng the govern?
ment," lntf-rpoaed' Mr, Wllllams, of,
Mlsslssippl; "an extra sesslon should n?,
called, and such a sesslon* wouid glvi4
Congross an opportunity to pass the Ut-'
Tho rulo waa adoptod 162 to 103.
The conferenco on tho Ataskan home?
stead hlll and tho Immigr.atipn blll wer?
adopted; the omnlbus publlc bulldlng blll
and the general defVclency bill wore sent
to eonfereniw.. The Otjan blll to prohlblr
tohacco dealors from gl\ln? prizes; tha
blll to provlde for n dtflegata from Porto
Bt.-o; a blll tn advance M.'ijor W, C.
George*, to the rank ot asslstant sur
geon-goneial. nnd ;i Mil for the ralle.
nf l?. B. Hsnforth, wero pa?sod, That waa j
tho net result of tho sesslon up to H'
Tho Houso Hdopt-?d tho conference re?
ports on the postiiiTioe and agrlcultural.
appropriatlon hills, and shortly before
mlrinlirht, at tho end of a contlnuous
sossion of almost thlrleen hours. took
n. icoeKs untll 11 o'clock to-morrow, .'.
THE ALDRICH BILL
DESTINED TO DEFEAT
(By .'stoolute.t Freas.)
WASHJNOTON, March 2.?Tho fienate
to-day passed tlio gonoral deflclency blll
after four hours' oonslderatlon, and after
It had been amended ln several partlcu?
lars. An amendmont by Mr, Rawllng,
calllng for an appropriatlon of JSO.QOQ.iXlO
to further the work of irrlgatlng the arld
lands. furnUhod materlal for considerabla.
dlscusalon, Mr. Rawllns contonding that
tho surplus ln the treasury rould he bet?
ter U3?d In thla nianner than by turnlng
it Into the national bank*. The amand*
ment was rojeoted on a poln of ordar.
YMr. Tillman crltleised the app;oprl_iionj
of' $100.u00 for Rrintlng for thti Depart?
ment of Commerc* and I^abor. aAy'ng lt
was out of all proportion. He llkewlr*
crltlclsed tha appropriatlon of f'io.OOO for
special agants, remarkirsg that It waa ln*
adequate. Regardlng speclal agancs, Mr.
Hftla doubted if Secretaty Cortalyou
could get a bulldlng betw?*n now aaH
December la?_o enough aud busy. eaoiigfc