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nn.l inollonlc-s Tn Hl henllh of Inte,
nhn hnd folt soVprely the sltnln und
ItfcBs "f Hl'1 hing hours of ntlxlous
Wnltlng. The wir.', by lu-r husbntid's
Bldo, grlpped lils hund llght ly ns lhe
Jurv foreiuiin Rpolte, nn.l- lUctl wli.u
he Slittk down hy her sldo, Sho trled
to cliect* hlm ns l.cst Sho ronlil li)'
?aylng tliat Sho belleved hi) Would now
?bo ndinlltcd to liall, and llinl n soCOliil
Jury would Pitrely set hlni freo. The
ihoiher, tho slBlOrs nnd the brblhora,
pale nn.l wollnlgh oxhnustoti by their
tcdlous, nerve-ro.uklng wnltlng for .1
vordii-.t. smllod wniily at Thaw as ho
Was led liwiiy ngnln to lhe Tomun,
Thov were permitted to 8pcak wlth
hlm for u f(!W moni.'lits lo bld liini be
of good nheof before ho crossed the
"13rldKC or Slghs" lo the cell In the- prl*
eon, which, untll n few mlniites beforo.
he hnd hoped thnt ha Was nbout to qult
Outsldc Iho big squnre of tho Crlmlnnl
Couris Building only a few hundred por
Boiij- were gdthered. ThOUHniltla had beon
thero cnrllor, but pollco rclnforcomdnts
had nrrlved with lnstrucllons to keep
evory ono moving, nnd thls hnd soon
tired tlie Idly curlons Into n wllllngness
to deparl. Insldo the building?In tho
gnllery an.l ovcrlooklng the court, nnd
gathered nlmig tlie corrldors?woro grotips
of moro fortnnnto persons who hnd been
able to make thclr wny pnst tho vlgllont
pollce guurds. The courtroom ltsolf was
hulf-eiupty. Only the nowspnper men,
the court altnches nnd n few favored
frlends were allowed to onler to hcar
the verdlct. Justlco FltKgernld feared n
rJomotistr.itlon of eomo sort should the
general public be ndmltted, ond ho gave
?trlcl orders agalnst llils.
Waiting for the Jury.
It wus (,'25 o'clock when the 3ury
fllcd Into tho-courtroom.
Harry Thaw hnd boon waltlng for
the suinmons to faco the jurors over
sinec shortly after 10 o'clock thls
mornlng, Ilo folt that to-duy would
brlng n crlsls, and that clther a ver
dict would be roached or-;Justlco FltK
gerald would dlschnrgo tho jurors from
tny further Aonsldoratioii of tlio case.
This wus tho genernl belief, nnd tho
only remarlcnble fenture of tlie caso
wns the dogged mnnnor in whloh the
jurors contlnued nt their tnsk nnd de
cllned lo nsk to be oxcused. Justlco
3:itzgorald And Jicen determlned to let
them llght it out among themselves
untll they should call for asslstdncb.
Thls appcal camo nt 4:15 o'clock, and
then followcd a hunt for counsel, both
District Attorney Joromo and tho nt
tc-rneys for tlio defendnnt having tem
porarlly left tho building. AVhen they
arrlved, ,1/stico Fltzgorald notlfled
them of the jury's communlcntlon thnt
a dlsagreement seemed iriovltable.
Every ono connoctod wlth tho caso
seemed wllllng lo nccept tho situation
as offering no liope, nnd thon fbllowbd
tho brlef courtroom proceedings, nt
which the dlsagreement wn* publlclr
announced, the jury dlsmlssol, and thi
Thaw Deeply Disappointed.
Thaw, when lio hnd returned to the
Tombs, prepared and gave out tho fol
"I bolleve that every man lrf! the jury,
possesslng average intelllgence, except
ing possibly Mr. Bolton, comprehend tlie
welght of evldenco nnd balanced it for
acqulttal. All my famlly bade mo good
by with cour'age. I trust (D. A'.) we may
ull keep well.''
To his attorneys Thaw sald lie was
"But 1 could Wrrdly expect anythlng
else ln vl.-w of the events of the past
few days," ho added.
Earlier in tho day Thaw had glven out
another statement, in whloh he sald ho
had deaired that his fate should be
judged upon the "wrltten laws ot the
State of New York." He doclared thnt
the evidonce ndduced hud couvincod even
District Attorney Jeronie of hls Ihnocence
under the atrlct letler of tho law.
Attorney Delphln M. Delmas, who
conductcd Thaw's case in court, and
?who, in. nin.king his sumjntng up nd
. dress to the jury, appealed almost di?
rectly to tlie "unwritten law," or "de?
mentia Americana." as ho termed it;
wns not in court to-day when Uho jury
mado Its report nnd wns dlscharged.
To-nlght Cllfford A\'. Kvirtrldgo, tl?-!
attorney of record and warm personal
friend of Thaw, gave this statement
.to tho Associated Pi'ess:
"Thaw has already exprosscd hlm
self deslroua of a trial undor and in
' accordance with lhe laws of the State
of New York. 1 can add nolhing t'..
tliat except to say that 1 entlrely agree
-with him, and liope that wo shall havo
a new trial, and that the next time
lt will not be necessary l'or the presld
. ing judge lo have io charge tho jury
that we aro llving in :i clvlllzed com
? inunlty." .j, ??
Ought'to Have Acquitted.
Mrs. Kvclyn Thaw said:
"I can't understand it. I don't see
Why they couldn't have como to some
A reportcr sald to Mrs. Thaw: "The
? jury stood seven to llvo for convlc
"I don't beliove it," she crled em
phatically. "They ought to havo ac
? quitted hlm on the evldenco."
Mrs. AVllllam Thaw, mother nf tho
prlsonor, decltnod to say anythlng for
? publication at this time.
"Unwritten Law Not Considered.
The story of tlie proceedings ln tho
jury room as they woro learned to
night far outranked in Interest tho
brief court proceedings which brought
the famoiis trial to a closo. lt dc
veloped that the jury had considered
everythlng connected with tlie case ex?
cept "the unwritten law." lia.sing tholr
judgmeiu entlrely upon tho evidencc
they voted oitlicr for or against mur
" Berry's for Clothos"
-the dlsllngulshing sort.
Miss spring brlng's in fresti
goods--green nnd diy in ono
nnnd nnd showers ih tho other.
To meet the showers here
nre the new llght weight rnlti
prool conts?nnd under the
coats the new Spring suits ln
soft greys nnd new mixtures.
$12.50 to $80.00.
Hnt.9? Yes, every new block
1 dor in tho llrst degree when they east
tholr llrst ballots.
The flrst vote was clght to four in
favor of conviction.\ Then the jury tried
to reach a common ground upun a ve'r
dlct of manslaughtcr in the lirst degrcen,
the punlshment for wlilch ranges to u
maxlmum of twenty years' imprlsonmentr
Tho men ln favor of acqulttal?largely
on the ground of lnsanlty, it ls sald?
would not change Ihelr ballots, and in
the ,end won ovor to their slde ono of
tho eight who fnvorod conviction. Dur?
lng thc noarly forty-elght hours of dollb
erntlon only eight ballots were casl. Tho
ilnal ballot taken junt beforo the jury
roported its dlsngrcement in court wus
For conviction of murder ln tho first
degree: Messrs. Demlng; B. Smith, for,
man; George Plaff, No. 2; Charles II.
Fecke. No. 3; I-lnrry C. Brearley, No, C;
Charles I), Newton, No. S; Joseph 13.
tiolton, o. 11, and Barnard Gorstmon,
Por acqulttal on tlie ground of in
scnlty: MeasrB. Oscar A. Plnk, No. '1;
Henry C. Hnrney, No. 5! Malcolm s.
Frasor, No. 7; Wllbur F. Stoele, Up. 9,
and John S.' Dennee, No. 10.
Not All Pleasant.
Tho sesslons of thc jury were not
altogcther pleasant and peaceful. Thoro
were many arguments, and at ono
time cliarges of ineonsistency und
breaking falth with tho ordors of the
court were made; but nt no polnt of
tho dcllboratlons dld the foreman loso
control of the sltuatlon. Ho success
fully held the twelve mon in check,
and was the llrst to snggest, when lt
was Hfiori that there was no posslblllty
of a vordict belng reached, thnt they
report the matter to .Tustlcn Flt/.ger
nl\ and loave he further disposttlori
of tlio ease to hls judgment.
Wllbur F. Steele, juror No. 9, said:
"We cpnsidored lnsanlty in many
phases, but dld not pive the subject
of wronged womanhood any lengthy
dobate;. in fact. scarcely nny. Tlio
question which was considered nt un
usual length was whether Thaw wns
insano at the momcrit he shot Stan?
ford White, and whother at that mo
nieat ho was responslble for his ac
Juror Josej)h Eolton sald: "Thero was
iio questlon of tho unwritlen law or of
dementia Amerlcana' in our deliberatlons
We considered tho caso from h purcly
legal standpolnt. We were not swaye'd
"Tlio jury, when considerlnrr the caso
took no stock In 'brain-storms;'" said
Juror Georgo II. Fecke. "We dld ' not
pay an uiidiie nmoimt of nltentlon lo the
dd il10"1' "f ali?nista elther,'.' Mr. Fecke
lt was after Mr. Denneo hnd road some
or lliaws lettors that tho Intter dcclded
that thoro was a reasonable doubt ns
o Thaw's sanlty. Denneo thon jolned
ho four mon who slood for acqulttal on
the grounds of lnsanlty.
JUBDR TELLS 8F
[Special to Tlio Times-DlspatcliJ
NEW YORK, April 12.?Tho follow?
lng story from tlio .iurymen's polnt of
vlow, was wrltton for the New rork
Tinii's to-ulght by Henry (J. Brearlv
juror No. ?:
The memberB of tho jury wero great.
ly surprlsed whon.vat the close of Mr.
.leroinv's summing up ou Wednosduv
aftornoon, tho judgo announcod liis Jn
tc-ntion of Itnmodlataly eharglng tho
jury upon tho law polnts,
At 5:20 o'clock tlio jurora wero es-?
WHAT OTHER MURDER JUR1ES
HAVE DONE IN NEW YORK
(Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
NEW YORK, Aprll 12.?The length of time a Jury oponds lii dellbcratlng on
n cnse nfter It has reported a dlsagreenient eomotlmca nffect8 the result of
tho trlnl. A pollceman itnmed Nlnsterson was convlotcd ln tlio Court of Qencrnl
Sessions by a Jury tliat hnd reported n dlsagreement. The court sent the
Jurorn back and kept tliem out for twenty hours longcr, when they brought
in a verdlct of gullty, The Court of Appeals set asldo lhe verdlct, holtllng
that the twenty hours' confinement nmounted to coerclon.
HOW LONG OTHER JUR1ES WERE OUT.
Trlnl. Jury out. Verdlct..
Wllllnm Koerner.50 hours 10 minutes.,.',.,, Flrst degi'co,
Naii Pattcrson (tlrst).,... Mlstrlal. ?
Nnn Patterson (second)...24 hours.,',., Dlsagreement.
Nan Pnttcrson (thlrd).11 hours 35 minutes,..... Dlsagreement.
Rolnnd B. Mollneux (flrst).8 hours.Flrst degree.
Rolnnd 3. Mollneux (second) ...25 minutes......Not gullty.
Albert T. Patrlck.2 hours.....Flrst degree,
Guldomiuppe cnse.3 hours.....Flrst degree.
Bosschleter case.....'1 hours.Second degree.
Carllslc W. Harrls.1 hour 10 minutes........Flrst degree.
Dr, Buchanan.-:.28 hours......?,... Flrst degree.
Dr, S. J. Kennedy (first).3 hours 13 minutes,.,.v.*. .Flrst degree.
Dr, S. J. Kennedy (socond).6 hours 35 minutes.,..;,.. .Dlsagreement,
Dr. S. J. Kennedy (thlrd).,. 22 hours 5 mlVi'tites.',.',".. .Dlnngroement.
Burton C. Wcbster (flrst).10 hours.. Dlsagreement.
Btirton C. Webster (second). ...4 hours..<-. Manslaughter,
Dnvld rjnnnigan.6 hours 20 minutes.Not gullty.
otiscd to go Into tho Jury-room, and
mnrchctl tliiough tho lmmense crowd ti>
tho renr iloor. The prlsonoi' and liia
wife, both of whom showeil oVldenco of
the Hlrain undor which thoy hud beoll
long liihorlny, fixed niixlous glances
upon them as they passed.
Upon inotlon un initial ballot wus
taken preeeding all argumunt. Tlils
ballot occurrod at 5:110 o'clock, ton
mlnutes after the jury ontercd tho
room, aud revealcd six Vdtos for con
Vlctlon of niurder ln the flrst degree,
two votos for uiunshiugliter in tho llrst
degree, and four for acqulttal upon tlie
ground ol' lnsanlty. Tlie two maii
sluughtor ballots were lnunediatcly
changed to murder In tho llrst degree,
tlie rospcclive jurors cxplaining tlmt
they had so voled, not from any doubt
of tho completonbss of tho peoplo's caso
as charged in tho Indlotmont, but to
siiggest a posslble basis for an ulti
mate compromise should such ultlniate
ly provo to bo necessary.
Tho llno up then stood clght for mur?
der ln the first degree ,U> four for uc
quittnl upon the ground of lnsanlty.
Tho vlgor of dlscusslon flnally lapsod
Into a lull, broken now and again hy
sporadlo outhroaka ,and -vnrlous cx
hnustcd jurors curled up from time to
time In the cramped conflnes of their
chalrs, or upon the hard tablo, ln tlio
attempt to get a little Bloep. Somo
sncceeilcd mottsurably, but somo had
had no sieeji whatevor whon the enrly
morning llght began lo show In the
AValker Street wlndows.
The coming: of morning awakened
nnew the spirlt ot tirgument, bui by 7
o'clock, the time of starting out for
breakfasl, lt was protty generally
tigreed thnt the next stop must be tlio
securlng oT additional information
from the court. Thus were consuraed
several hours. Buncheon followed In
the juryrootn. and then tho key of Cap?
taln Lunch turned again in tho look
and attentlon became at onco occuplod
wlth tho many oxhlhits whlch had pre
vlously been ln dlspute.
Eight ballots ln all were taken, and
on some of them a strong offort was
matlo to got together upon the com
pfomiso verdict origlnally suggested.
Upon the fina.1 ballot taken just before
sondhig word to the justice. all,of those
'who modiflPtl their votes went back to
tholr orlginnl position. leavlng tlie
ballot seven for conviction of murder
tn the flrst degree and fivc for acqulttal
upon the ground nf lnsanlty.
Tho extrome dlsappolntment wlth
whleh lt was flnnlly ndmitted hy all
that there was no' posslblllty of agree?
ment can hardly be approclated by any
ono who cannot pat hlmself Into tho
place of tired jurors. oxhausted foi
forty-Beven hours ot the inost extraor
dlnn'rv offort, ineludlng ah ajrgregato ol
dnly Boveriil hours of sldep in chalrs ot
on tables, nnd who had boen hoplns
.ngnlnst hope,' long nfter probdblllty
died away, untll the last vestige oi
posslblllty also dlsappoarecl. thnt thc
public misfortune of a mlstrlal mighl
DELMAS IS BLA/MED
FOR THE RESULT
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
NEW YORK, Aprll 12.?"Mr. Dolma?
was responslblo for tho dlsagrecment
of the Thaw jury. Ho ploaded "de
liicntla" Amorlcana." whlch Is unknown
ln this jurlsdlctlon, instead of going
to tho jury wlth tlio ngreed-upon do
fense, that this defendant was insune
whlch he was. when ho shot and klllei:
Stanford White."?John B. Gleason, o
counsel lor Harry K. Thaw.
There was a split ln the ranks oi
Thaw's array of lawyers tlils after?
noon lmniedlately nfter tho foreman
of the' Jury announcod that an ngroe
ment was imposslble. To-morrow A
Russoll Pcabody and Daniel O'Hclllj
will call upon tho" prisoner ln jtht
Tombs and nrrnngo for the defensc
ln a second trial.
Appllcatlon for the admlsalon ol
Thaw to ball will be mado boforo d
Supreino Court justice, but whethei
granted or denled, no further actlot
will be takon elther by 1). M. Delmas
tho senlor counsel, or by Cllfford W
llartrldgo, who was flrst retainod, nm
who wiih authorlzed to retain the othei
QF WHITE MURDEF
[6-pebI'al to Tho Tlincs-lllBpritoh.l
NEW VORK. April 12.?Harry Keada
Thaw shot Mr; Stanford Whito Iiistantl
dead on the night of ,'funo 2">, 1H0C, a
Complies with all rcquirements of the National Pure Food Law, Guarantec No. 2041, filed at Washington.
" For over thirty years," writes a
gentleman in Loa Angeles, "I have
used Arbuckles* Coffee, Many limes
my (amily has tried other coffee only lo
comeback to our old reliable, unchangc
able AlbuckJes.' No other coffee has
this uniform nevcr failing arorna, 1 care
not at what price. I haveoften wished
1 could tell you this." Many other
people have tlie same opinion
A1L.u1.klc4.' was tlie first roasted packaged
coffc^ ?nd its uilct execed til lhe otln-is put
GAVC THCM AI1BITICM AnDW
mp irrro thi; 6RFATE5T richest
[ectjrrrKyTHr.suasHiMr:5 u?on i
'. i HJc; i i> a*
together. Tliat it coito you less is dtte simply
to cur coffee biisincs-i being io rnuch grcatcr
than any cotnpetitor*, in fact, it is largcrlhau tlie
next four largcst fitms In tlie woild combincd.
Wc natuially cun and actually do give Letter
coffee iu AKIO.SA than nnyonu clsc can give
for the price; Bi-iny the ataridard urticle it is
wld at llic niurowcd uiargin ol proflt.
Some grocers will try to sell
you instcad looso coffee which the
roaster is asliunied to sell iu a
SOLD irt 3C/.LED
package bearing his name.
Don t ttkc it, ncitlicr tlie looks nor the ptics
iudicate its cup c*uality. No matter wlu-re you
buy AibucUes ARIOSA, or what you pay
for it, it's the same old uniform Aibuckl.-i'
lf your groeer will nol supply, write to
\ New YQik Qtr.
11 o'clock, on Iho root of tlio Mndlson
Sqiiaro Clnrdon, ns tlio preinlero of ti
somewluit frutliy summer niuslciil comcdy
wns drdwinjj' to n elose.
lt hnd been known for several years
tliat Thaw, sclon of mlltlons an'd. youth
of IoIbui'o, held tv fanclcd grlevanco
agalnst tho noted nrchltect, nnd ulso was
II woll knoWn Uint tho cuuse of thls
grlevance wns tho young womnn, Bvelyn
Nosbll, who bocunie Thnw's wlfo. Whlto
liad nctcd ns sponsor for the young glrl's
famlly when they cunie to Now York ln
1I?01?tho mother, now Mrs. Charles J.
Holmnn, li)0 dnuBhtcr, Florencc Evelyn,
thon slxteen years old, und n younser
brother, llownrd Nesblt.
Tholr home had been in Plltsburg*, but
there they hnd hud no uci-uiilntnncu with
young Thaw, son of Wlllinm Thaw, a
contempornry of Andrew Carnnglo, nnd
wlioso estate wns estimated as worth
moro tluin $40,000,000. lt wns nfter the
young glrl hud gnlned u reputntlon ln
Now York us n Juvenlle. benuty, posod
for artists and wns acclalmcd as tho most
ilnlntlly beautlful show glrl on thu met
ropolltnn stnfto, tliat Thnw met hor and
Ucenmo mndly Infntuatcd wlth her.
Thaw hnd beon addtotcd to wlld esca
pades, and ns n, young mnn many of lils
tictlona beenmo tho subject ol news
paper eomment. Hls woolng of Evelyn
Ncsbit was tompestuous, nnd lt met wlth
the objectlon of her mother, who Mr.
Whlto aided matcrlally.
Tiielr travols together ln Europo be
cuiiui a scandal three years ngo, but
Tliaw stendfnstly remalned by her side
nnd flnally tljoy were ninrricd ln the
presence of hia'jnothor and other mem?
bers of hls famlly in Aprll, 190.5, ln
Plttsburg. For'a. tlmo they lived quiet
ly, but tho gay llfe of New York at
tractod thom to return to thls city
Tho trial of Thaw arousod tho atten?
tlon of tho enttro civilized world. Hi
at once oxhibltod a hardihood ln di
reetlng plans for his defense, dropping
former Judgo Wllliam M. K. Olcott as
hls flrst counsol and solecting Cllft'ord
W. Ilartrldgp and his present counsel
ors, hcaded by Delphln M. Delnias, a
Culifornla lawyer, whoso famo had
sproad to tho,Eant.
They defondod Thaw on the broad
basls of every. legal defens.j. permitted
by tho State?solf-defense, justlflca
Llon, Insanity. at the tlmo of killlng,
and a vurlety of other plets. But the
real defenso appearcd In tho testimony
of tho young wilte, -which was ndmlssi
ble in the gulse of' her having related
her story to Thaw, it so affectlng hls
mlnd that ho was not responslblo at
tlio time ho slow tho archltect.
It wns llterally descrihed ns tho
bar Ing of a woman's soul and produced
an.lnstaht Irnprcsslon. She alleged that
White hnd wronged her when sho was
but slxteen years old, and that he had
afterward annoyed her, ',even after
lier morriago to Thaw. All other pleas
?wero ln rcallty subsldlary to thls, and
upon Its effect tho defense rellcd large
ly ln tholr attempts to freo Thaw.
OF WORLD FA/YiE
Harry Thaw's Victim Considered
Foremost in Profession in the
Stanford Whlto was In hls flf ly
thlrd year when he met death at thi
hands of Harry K. Thaw. Ho was
generally conceded ono of tho foremos
archltects ln tho Unlted States, and hl;
famo wus still growing. His lnlluenct
ln .art waa enormous, for ln tho com*
p'rehenslvo work of, nrchlteeturo ho irn
prossod hls strlking personallty oi
each branch of lt?as, for cxainple, ii
inural painting and sculpturc?such a;
no other man ln hla duy hnd dono ii
? Ho was ono of tlie bost-known met
In metropolltan llfe aml boyond that
for hls uctivitios carrlod hlm Into tlu
leadlng cltlcs of the Unlted atntos, am
ln London and Parls, whero he num
bored hls frlends and uequntntances h;
the hundreds. Hls marvcllous energ:
was at onco the dospalr and tho ad
mlratlon of those who woro throwi
into contact wlth hlm In business uf
Born in New York City on Novempo
tl, 1863, Mr. Whlto wns cducatoil at th
Unlversity of New York, where ho wa
graduuted us a Mnslcr of Arts. 111
unusufil urtlstlc talunts hud e-vhlfiltoi
themselves ln hls boyhood days tuu
overy udviintiiBO was accordod thol
aovolopment. Ho studtod under th'
ceiobrated nrchltects, Gluirlos D. Gain
brlll uud 11. H. Richarflson, and whoi
tho lattur planncd und execuUul th
fninous Trlnlly Church ln. Uostor
Whlto wns seloeted ns hls nsslstitnt.
Ho wont ubroud ln 1878, studyliu
tlioro two years. Koturnlng; to Nm
York, h<* bboii'mo a inenibor of. th
llvm of M.KIm, Mcud & Whlte, an
begun a iiaroor which ls sald to huv
qollpsod nny other mun's ln nrchltec
turo, both urtlstlcally nnd ilnnncliill>
ln tho Unlted States ln hls tllnc. Thor
ls hurdly u city in thu Unlted State
w;\lch lms not nt lenst one inonumon
nf hls gontus In tho form of u beautl
fully dcslKilod building.
Hls city hoino wus ut No. 1-1 lni:
Twcntv-llrst Street, whero many l'(
liunltiiiilc works of art wore ,on v!c\
Ills country-plp.ee wns ut St. .Innu
1,. I. licsldus, ho spont inucli of h
i*. cr.'iitli.u time tu a studlu lu tho hig
tower of tlo* Madlson Hquaro (.iurd.-i
which ho liad himsolf pinnnori. lt wi
thero ttnmt hls frlends gathoreU. C
ono ovoning; there would be men nr
WOinon of soi-luty: on nnother artls
iiiul authurs of luiti*. uiul ngilln sta
...l ihe tliiatrlnil lirminnimt. lu 0)li
e. tcrlo Stunforil Whlto was suprein
Ile wus niiicll uoiujhl nfter soeiall
lils acf|iuilntiiiu.'eBlil|> lou hlm to
closo knowludjjfO of th" thcatres, iu
Jie wns u ftunfllur llguro In tlm bott
known und more oxcluslvo cluba ui
ciifis of the olty.
Hls dciiili rnlBud nt llrst u sUirnv
protest ngulnst hla slnyor. Willluin ]
cl)"Bfl, u tsuuouti pulnter, orliji-wut'
tho Biiggostlon, not ynt. oxocuted. llirlt
tho nrtlsls of New York should hotiur
tho meinory of hls genlils whlch (javo
so many' beautiful slrticluros to tho
Mr. Wliilo waa lt meinbor of many
aocletios alid clnba, ilichldiiig- tho Mu?
nlcipal Art fiock'ty, Iho Amerlcnn In
slltnto of Arohlleots, tlio Unlon, tho
Knlckerbot.'kor, the Ihilvel'slty, the ltnu
qilel, lhe Klsinet, the Playors, tlm Cdll*
litry, thc Manhuttan and thc; Now York
Tho work of whlch he hlmself flvaa
most proud was the doslirnlng of thc
Vlllard, how Whltelaw Iteld's hoiiao;
lhe MndlHon Squnro dartlr-ii, tho Colt
tury and Motropolltan Clllba, tho Unl?
vorslty ot New York, tlio Washlng?
ton Arch, bulldlngs at Iho ynlvorslty
of Vlrglnia. nnd peddfltals for tho prln
clpal stdttlos ot St. Gaudoiis.
FCREIGN WARSHIPS AT
OPENING OF EXPOSITION.
IIV WAIi'PKH EDWARD IIAIIttlM.
M*ASIIlNGTON, D. C, Aprll 12.?It
waa announcod nt thn ofllco of thu
Socrotary of tho Nuvy to-day tlmt thc
followlng forelgn wnralilpB would be
til Hampton Itontls nt the openlng of
tho Jamestown Exposltion on tho 20th
England?Armored crulsors Good
Hope, Argylc, Ilompshlre, Hoxhurgh.
Frnnco?Huever anrl Victor Hugo.
(Jermaay?Hoofi and lircmeti,
Italy?Garibaldl nnd L-lgrqrla types,
ono of oach.
Japan?Esukobn and Chitoso.
Austrla?St. Georgo nnd Asporn. '
Tho list of slxteen American battle
shlps and over two dozen -war craft
of other types hns boen prlnted.
OLD RICHMOND PUYER
CAPTAJN OP MINNEAPOLIS
[Special to Tho Tlincs-Dlspatch.l
SPltlNab'IELD, lLL.iA.prIl 12.?Man
ager Cantilllon, of tlio Mlnneapolla
ball club, whlch ls quurtered. lndoilnlte,
ly at tho big Collseum at tho State
Fair Grounds hero for practice, an
ncunced to-dny that lui slgned threo
Chlcago "Whlto Sox playors: Catcher
Jny Towne, Second-Bnseman August J.
Dundon, who will be captaltiv nnd Oul
llelder Willlam J. O'Noll.
Dundon was shortstop for Toronto
ln IS'JO, going wlth tho nichmond, Va.,
club ln 1900. In 1?02-'U3 ho slgned
with Deaver. IIo has been wlth Chl?
cago since 1901,
Twenty Million Starving.
BONDON, Aprll 12.?Dr. Konnard,
commissioner of tho soclety of friends,
who was sent to lnvestlgate the Itus
slan fauilne. wrltlng from Samara, in
tlie heart of the famlne dlstrict, under
dato of April 8, uppcals to tho Unlted
.States and Great Britaln to promptly
send help. he says:
"There are twenty million peoplo dls
trlbuted in the southeastern provincoB
of Bussia who, wlthout ald, cannot llvo
to see another harvcst."
In Samara alono tho commissioner
ndds thousands are dylng and 750,000
are starving. Of lhe latter, only 372.
700 are geitlng rellef, a dole of ono |
ineal ln twenty.-four hours.
As a meal is only two pounds of
broad and u bowl of soup, this, aecord?
ing to tlio commissioner, means dying
by degrees. Even this nioagre dolo In
countless Instances is divided among
many mouths. Money will be tioedctl
untll tho end of July, when the harvesl
will bring rellef.
To Wed Richmond Man,
[Special to Tlio Tlmos-BHspatch.]
BALT1MOHE, MD., April 12.?Mr.
Bernard X. Baker announcod to-day
that the marrlage of hls daughter, MIbs
Elizabeth Catherlno Baker, to Mr. Al
bert Cabell Rltchle, of Richmond, would
take placo Saturday, May 18th, at Mr.
Bnker's country houso at Catonsvllle.
Forecitst: Vlrglnia?Rain or snow
and colder Saturday; Sunday fair and
contlnuod cold; fresh west to norlh
North Carolina?Fair and somewhat
colder Saturday and Sunday; fresh
COX OlTl OXS YESTEIC UA Y.
Rlchmond's wenther was cold and
ralny. Rango of tlio thermotneter:
!) A. M.U 6 P. M.47
12 M.38 DP. JI.45
3 p. M.40 12 inldnlght.42
Tllghest temperaturo yesterday.47
Bowest temperature yenterday.37
Moan temperaturo yesterday.42
Normnl temperaturo yesterday.55
Departure from normal temperaturo. 15
THIS DAY BAST YEAil.
fl A. M..B7 6 P. M.02
12 M.07 0 P. M.58
3 p. jr.07 12 midnight.51
COXDITIOXS IX 1.11POP.TAXT CITIES.
(At S P. M.. Eaatern Time.)
Place. Tlier. H. T. Weather.
Aslievllle, X. C.... 3S 54 Raln ?
Augusta . 02 0S Clear
Atlanlu, Ga. 54 02 Clear
Buffalo, X. Y. 30 4 2 Bn n
Chlcago. IU. 32 38 Ra n
Cinclnnatl. 0. 30 42 Ba n
Dovennort . 30 4 0 Ra n
Detroit, Mich. 30 3S Ra n
Hatteras. X. C.. . . 40 00 Ra n
.Tar-ksoiivlllo . 0X 72 Raln
icansas Clty. >2 4 4 C ear
Memphis . M KfS r ear
New Orlonn* . ... 72 ;? [ <"Hr
nidahonin Plty... 5 1 K?. Gloni
PlttHhurp, Pa. 3 1 4-? Rn n
Ralelirli *. r,n r'r' mu"
Mavannnh . 0' 32 li"!'1
Nprfollc. Va. il " Jjaln
Tamna. FIn. " '? ?0W
Wfi-slilTUfton . '\l ** ?aln??,?
Ypllowstono ,,..jJS r,l P. eloudy
Anrll 13 1107.
Run rl?es.5:30 inoHTIDIO.
q,.n ppt,. ,.?:4!| Morning.'ns
Moon p'r.r;::...7:IO F>onlm>.r,;3i
SLEEPIMG AND PARLOR CAR REtiER
VATIONS TO THE NORTH, VIA
R., F. & P. R. R.
ln ylow of tho large number who do not
claim space reserved hy tolopliono and
othcrwlHO, nnd of the Increased travel cx
pecled ou nocount of tho Jamestown Ex?
posltion and vnrlous coriventlons, and tc
nvold confuslon la sccurlng Purlor anc
Bleopln's Cnr space, nnd mako better pro
vlsion for tho traveling publlc ln sucl
cars on tralns from Rlchmond over thc
niohmond, Frederlcksburg nnd Polomnc
ltallroad, notlco Is lieroby given tlmt
on and nfter May 1, 1!>07, Purlor am
Sleeplng Car ilclcetB must be pnrclmsci
when roBcrvatloiiK nro mado.
IiiagrinnH for cars sturttng fioni Ulcli
niond will bo hiindli'd uh fOllowBI
On Woqlt Bii.vs? For tralns schodulei
lo lenvo Klclimond aftor 0:00 P, M. nni
before 0:00 A. M., at the oillee of thi
Kloliaiolid Transfer l.'ompiiny, SI0 Kaa
Maln Slioot. untll 0:00 P. M,, and then
after ln tho tlclto't ofllco ut lhe statlot
from whlch the traln doparts,
Por other tralns?At tho ofllco of th,
Rlchmond Transfer Compnny untll pip
hour boforo schedtiled iloparlure of traln
and tlioronrter at depnt tlcket olllco.
On Bundiiy?Dlagranis for all Sinidii:
tralna will bo at tho olllco of the Rich
monil Trutisfcr Ccmipanj' untll 0:00 P. M
Kalurduy, tuul lltoieartor ln tho tlcke
ofllco at tlio statlon from whlch tho trah
depurla, W. P, TAYl.OR,
style and very little
wear. Others wear
but have little style
or comfort. The
shoe has all /f Let us
these thrcc rc- M sl,ow y?u
the new styles
that are full of
snap and charactcr.
They will surely plcase
Z* KING QUALITY is an
honest shoc made by thi
best workmen for men
who apprcciatc good
thingsin foot wear.
The King Qual?
ity shoc is the
_ii v uitimiSSSSSsEt
Powell Bros., 1544 E. Main St.
Family Hetrlooms and Relics
Melted for Bell Which Will
Hang in Virginia Building.
[Spoclal toThe Tlmos-Dlsiiutcti. ]
BAI.TIMOHE, MD.. Aprll 12.?Tho
"Pokahuntiis" bell of the Pocahontas
Bell Association wus east at the McShano
foundry, thls city, to-day ln tho presence
of the oilicers of th0 organlzutlon. Tho
bell will bo hung in tlio Virglnla building
at tho exposltlon, and later on James
JSumcrous famlly helrlooms were nielted
for tlie bell. Among tho most valuublu
of theso rcllcs wero Major John Pelham's
spur, chlef Pugallop's bracelet, nalls from
1-ibby prlson nnd a plcco of tho Merrl
mac arnior plnte. Tho bell wclgha over
WELLS SAYS NORFOLK
, WILL KEEP FRANCHISE
NOKFObK, A'A-, Aprll 12.?"The Nor?
folk baseball elub will contlnue to do
business at. Lafuyetto Fleld thls season,"
declared Otto Wells, president of tho local
club, to-day. "Nowport News failed to
raise the $6,000 in the stlpulnted iiincv,
consoriuently tho Crew of the Mary Jaue
rerridlns lu Norfolk."
Manager Pendcr said thls mornlng tliat
the iveedlng out of tho club bogins t,o
day, nnd ho cxpects to hnvo hls men In
tino fcttlo for the gamo wlth Portsniouth
W. E. Goodman.
Mr; Wllliam E. Goodman dled yes?
terday mornlng at lils resldenco, No.
70T, West Clay Street. Ho had but re?
cently returned from New Mexicu,
whero ho had spont some months ln tho
hopo of regulnlng hls health, but ln?
stend of Improvlng he grow steadlly
worse. Slnce his return hls death hud
been expocted at any tline.
Mr. Goodman was u natlvo of Cuin
berland county, but had lived In Iticli?
mond slnco reaching munhood, and was
in the dry goods business up to tho
tlmo of his falllng health. lie wns n
young mun of flno charactcr. wns held
in hlgh c-Btoorn and wus a member of
Immanuel Baptlst Church. Several
brothers and slsters survivo hlm.
Tho funeral will take placo from thu
resldenco thls mornlng at 6:15 o'clock,
and tho body willbo takon to Cumbi-r
land for interment.
Mrs. E. S. Powers.
Mrs. E. S. Powers, widow of Mr.
James L. Powers, dled yesterday morn?
lng nt her residence, No. 230 South
Laurel Street. Tho. funeral will bu
held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from
St. Andrew's Church.
Mrs. Lillie W. Fuqua.
Miss Lllllo W. Fuqua, thlrty-seven
years of age, dled yesterday at tli.i
resldenco of her slster, Mrs. R. W.
O'Prlen, No. 112 North Twenty-sixth
Streot. Tho funeral will ho held from
tho resldenco at 3:30 o'clock thls after?
W. E. Goodman.
Mr AV. 13. Ooodman dind yesterday
at hls resldonce, No. 705 West Clay
Street. The funeral will be held thls
mornlng at 9:15 o'clock from th0 resl?
denco, nnd lntorment will be mnde ln
Mrs. Pattie R. Petcrson.
MONTEREY, VA., Aprll 12.-.\trs.
Pattie Ri, wlfe of D. M. Potorsoiij d od
yesterday morning ut her homo in this
blacc, after an illncss of four. woeks,
Her death was duo tonn attack ol
grlp, wlth Incident compllcntlons. Mrs
Peterson wus tho youngest child ol
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Slaven, and lhe
bnby slster of a large famlly, tlie
followlng of whom survivo her;
Messrs li. F.,Tom H. und 11. M. Slaven,
Mrs. U A. CraichofC und Mrs. M. b
Ogilvle, of Monterey; Mrs. A-.-W. Itcj
nolds und Mlss May Slaven, of Prlnco
ton W Va. ln addltlon to those, shr
is survlved hv a dovotod husbund, n
brlght llttl" boy of three and an nged
father of Bovonty-soven. Sho was con*
vortod in girlhood and jolned tlu
Methodist Eplscopal Church, South
Tlio fnlth of childhood devcloped wltl
her years. was her stay und. pusspon
in tlio end, nnd tho comfort and solnei
of loveiT onos. ,
Funeral servicen took place from tlu
Methodist Church this morning, eon?
ducted by her pastor, Rev. A. A. Wul
G. A. Betts.
FIlEDrctUCKSRURO. VA., April 12_?
Aftor a protiacted lllnoss aud a eom
plicatlon ot dlseasea, O. A. Betts agod
ficventy-sevcn years, dlod nt hls homo
near Heathsville at ?:20 o'clock. Mr.
Betts was a mcmbo'r or Companv D,
Mnth Vlrglnia Cavalry, nnd sorvod,
wlth dlstlnctlon throuirh lhe war be?
tween tho States, Intermbnt wlli tako
plnco to-morrow afternoon at RpIIc
vllle, noar Hcnthsvllle, Rev. Dr. (',. W.
Bealo conductlng tho servlces. lie ls
survlved by a wldow, two daughtoru
and one son.
Thomas G. Harwood.
GI.OUCESTER COURTIIOUSR, VA.,
Aprll 12.?Mr. Thomas G. Harwood dled
nt hls home, Alrvlllo, yosterdav. Tho
funeral will tako place at Ablngdoti
Church on Saturday at 11 o'clock ln
tho morning. Tho Intorment wili bo
In the comotery adjolnlttg the old
Mr. Harwood was a wHl-known oltl
r.en of Glouccater Courthouso. and n,
communicant of Ablngdon Church. IIo
ls survlved by hls brother, Mr. Walter
Mrs. Anna Dixon Noell.
LYNCHBURG, Arril 12.?Mrs. Anna
Dlxon, Noell, agod twentv-nlne, wife ot
V. A. Noell, a Roanoko inerehant, dlod
nt a local hospital to-day uft?r nn
operatlon which took place a week ago.
Tho deeonscd was a nntlve of Nor?
folk, and hnd a large circle ot friends
horo, Tlie. hurlal will be hero to-mor?
Colonel R. A. Bickers,
SHENANDOAII, VA., Aprll 12.?Col?
onel R. A. Bickers, one of Shenandoali'a
most distliiguisited cftizutiB, dled to
nlght after a protracted illness. Colo?
nel Blckurs was about sevenly-flvu
years old, and had been' promitieiilly
Identlfled with all mattor8 of iiniior
tanco in this sectlon for the past tbirly
years. H? wus twlce marrled and
leaves three chlldren?Mr. 11. C
Bickers, of this place, and Mr. H. A.
Bickers, of Roanoko, a diBpatchcr for.'
thc Norfolk and Wcstern Rallway, and
Miss Mary Bickers, of tlils place. Burlal
Mrs. Nannic Caruoza.
[Special to The TJ'mos-DlBpatclr.]
GiHSENBEORO, N. C.. April 13.?Mrs.
Nannic Ciirdoza, formerly of Prlhiio
Edward county, but for thb past few
years made hor hoine lu Texarkana.
Ark., died at tlie latter place 011 Sun?
day last, at the home of her son,
Sainml'e Cnrdoza. Slio was a slster of
Mrs. \V. S. Dance, of this place, and a
daughter of tho lato Rev. M. M. Dance.
j She was a conalstent member of the
I Methodist Church. She was buried in
, Texarkana, 011 Aprll 8th.
Charles H. Campbell.
! [Spoclal to Tho.Tlmes-DlBpatch.]
GREENSBORO. K. C. April 12.?Mr.
Charles II. Campbell, of Atlantiu Clty.
N.JJ., dkd this morning at the riiBl
denco of hia daughter, Mrs. W. II.
Ben, wlioni ho waa vlslting. aged slXty-J
nine. The reinains wili be taken iu?
Asheville for inlerment to-morrow.
Miss Helen S. Andrews.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
GREENSBORO, N. C, Aprll 12.?Mlaa
Helen S. Andrews. daughter of .Mr.
and Mrs. E. li. Andrews, dieu at their
, home this morning, aged fourtecu
? years. The funeral servlces wlli bo
1 held in West Market Street Methodist
, Church to-morrow at 11 o'clock, Rev.
1 Dr. G. II. Dotwllor, pastor, ofllctatlngr
The lnterment will be in Green H'ill
Cemetcry. She had been sick df fev*.r'
four weeks when blood-pblsuiUng do
velopcd. and resultcd fatally.
FIIQUA.?Dled, Aprll 12, l.')07, at tho
ri'sldenco of her slster, Mrs. B. W.
O'Brlon, 112 N. Twenty-sixth Strcr;t,
E1EHIE W. FUQ.UA, aged -tlilrty
Funeral from tlie residence, SAT
UHD'AV, April 13th. at 3:30 o'clock
p. M. Friends invlted to attend.
GOOD MAN.?Dled. Friday, April 12th,
W. E. C.OODMAN.
Funeral from lils lato residence, 703
West Clay Street, nt 0:15 o'clsek
THIS (Saturday) MORNING. Intor?
ment ln Cumberland county,
POSVERS.?Dlod, Friday morning, Aprll
12th, at her rosldoneo, 220 S. Laurel
Street, Mrs. E. S. POWERS, wldow o?
TJainos E. Powers.
Funeral THIS (Saturday) AFTER?
NOON at 4 o'clock from St. Andrew's
P O W E R S.?Mrs. HEETE POWEKS.j
wldow of Janios E. Powers, dled nt*
her rosldonco ut i) o'clock yesterday*1
F.urioral from St. Avlrow's Ohu- t
nt 4 o'clock THIS AFTERNOON. .' /
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