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"Come On Along
Come Over Here"
When good fellows get together here's
the general verdict passed on our ready
to-wear garments: The Finest in Fabric,
Finish and Fit."
Why waste loads of time at the tailor's?
Here you not* all details before investing
a penny?the style, the fit and the becom
ingncss of the color and cloth.
Soft-front glove-fitting sack suits with
shapely shoulders, $15 to $35.
When soiled not spoiled: wash cravats
of color?fast fabrics which don't shirk
the soap and water, but bob up smiling.
( harming combinations to match the
shirtings?50c to $1.00.
627 East Broad Streec
GO BACK JO FARM
Mother of Young Woman Has
Would-Be Groom Arrested.
Later He Is Released.
Alexandria. \ a., June 14.?The
matrimonial aspirations of Miss Katie
in;., fifteen years old, utul William
Joseph Harrison, twenty-three years
old, who came Here th^s morning for
t:,e puipufcc ot getting, married, were
Mi^cii in tiie buu ?inii no: mother
ot the bride-to-be, .Mrs. Hose Hall,
intercepted lue couple as they alight?
ed irotn a Southern Kaliwuy tram at
the Union .station. Before long the
v?u'-iid-hu benedict was a prisoner at
.I'licu headquarters. The arrest ot
.larrison was made at the Instance ot
ll irate mothei by Policeman Wilk
urson. She had him arrested because
he, look her daughter from home.
The case was not one lor the local
court 10 decide, bo Justice Stuart, of
Fairfax county, arrived a few hoars
later, and after hearing the testimony
:vg*u-ding ih.; case promptly roloused
the would-hu bridegroom, and the
mother und her daughter left, as din
ilurrlson with his brothe-in-law, b.,th
living in opposite directions. Mrs.
Hall asserted mat she did nut desire
her daughter to marry Harrison, and
said sh? wanted Ulrn kept away from
hor place, illsa Hall, however, as
berted mat aim deMrod to many
Wg Harrison, nol? 'Ithslanding Uiu
Objections raised by !.,.-.- mother. Ilir
nbgu also stated that ho desired to
il ' J. and notwithstanding the. fact
that his plans Were temporarily
frustrated ho intimated that he will
try sgiila and hopes lo he more suo
i < ssfui.
Flag Hay exercises were held to?
night by Alexandria Lodge, ^ JSS,
benevolent and Protective Order of
j.irfs An address was made by state
Delegate ltoblnson Monourc, of this
? lly. A musical program was also
1. D. Jones, of the .State Health De?
partment, beid a conference last night
with Mayor Paff und other city offi?
cials relative to the enforcement of
the State pure food laws.
Checks for the dividend Just de
clared by the Merehant'le Hallway
Uul'.d'ng tt I>oan Association to pre?
ferred creditors of that Institution
will be sent out by Hecelver Stuart
BLYTHE ON CONVENTION STAFF
OF THE TIMES-DISPATCH
Noted Newspaper Writer and
Author at Chicago and
FINGER ON POLITICAL PULSE
Series of Articles Will Ee One
of the Great Features ot
j Samuel <;. Ulythe, former chief of
I the, Washington bureau of the New
' Vorlt World and one "t the must noted
political writers In the country, has
beeil engaged by The Times-Dispatcb
to write a scries of articles on the
^emoorutlo and Republican National
Conventions. There will be six arti?
cles on each convention. The Tlmea
Oisputch is the only paper In thla aec
illon in which these letters will u.p
.Mr. Blytbe's intimacy with the na
i tlonal political situation as \t affects
both parties, his personal acquaint
i ance With the political leaders all
i ..v.-r the country, h's great fund of
i information and his pleasing style
j will nil contribute to make his articles
I In The Times-! Mspatch of unusual In?
lie bus been a newspaper man all
his Mfu. an/1 hin father was a uew?
pitper man before him. He was horn
in Qene'seo, N. If., forty-four years
ago. his father having been tiie editor
j of a weekly newspaper at that plate.
I for thirty years. When eighteen years
, old he went to Rochester and got a
j place .-iK reporter on the Democrat and
Chronicle, his experience there and
? elsewhere having been described in
I an Interesting serial, "The Newspaper
; llamr," recently published In tho
! Saturday Evening I'ost. 11c worked
In various cities In the East and West.
I Including live years on the Buffalo
express, lilllng all positions on that
papi r, from special writer to man?
ag ng editor, and a year and a hair
as managing editor of the Buffalo En
For eighteen month: Mr. Ely the
was the editor of the Cosmopolitan
Magazine, for seven years he was
chief Washington correspondent Ol I
the New York World. He S?s becu
.t start writer for the Saturday Even
lllg Post since March. I'jOT, and has
covered every national political con?
vention since 1?36. He is the autr.or
of "Who's Who and W hy, ' "The r*Cn
ator's Secretary,'? "The New Report?
er." "The Waiting Patriot," "Seeing
the. Campaign" and other ynslgneu
articles for other magazines.
Mr. Blytbe has ulsu written "We
Have With Es To-Night. ' "A Fine
Jolly Fe'.low, But?" "'I ne Adventures
? ?f a Hypochondriac," furls and i'ar- I
Isites," "On the Water Wagon,"
"SVhen the Big split Came," "This
Search for a Hard-Boiled Kgg" unii
sevtral hundred other political satiri?
cal and general articles. He Is a for
] mcr president of the firidlron Club, of
; Washington, and the autr.or of a large
proportion of the eklts produced by
that famous organization at Its dln
i ners since 1304.
Mr. Blythe. combines writing with
ranching, having found tau writing
game sufiicleutly profitable to enable
him to Invest a part of his earnings
In the famous Flying L> Ranch of
Su.O?O acres In Oullatin Valley, Mon
t in a. He Is married and has one son,
Stuart Blythe, wno Is twenty-two
;. ears old and a sen.or at the Univer?
sity of Wisconsin. Mr. Blytha Is a
iii-mber of the Metropolitan and
Chevy Chase Clubs at-- Washington.
( the Players, of New York; tho Mon?
tana, of Helena, and the Family, of
j San Francisco.
Cniid's Life Crushed Out.
Oharlotte, N. C, June 14.?At Marganton
this afternoon the three-year-old chldl of
Rev. J. S. 11.a. k fell from a buscy and ivaa
e'.tpped on by a horse hitched to the bugcy,
? ruMblne "'it Its life, deatti resuming in
inanely. Mr. niack In paator of a Pltatay
/ rias Church at Klnsioi.. and together
? With hla family nu on u vlait to hla wife's
( father, Charles Rmlth, at whoso home the
I aooideat occurred.
On Friday, Juno 7, a number of ?nsployea <xf the Bouon ?>Ierva,U;d RaStway
.-ompany Utft the?T positions without notice, n.n\i wont on a strike, which, now
?visis. These represented almost. ?niSiTely *hn newer, youngrcr, more Inexrpe
. :.'rx-ed men. A la.1-5? majority of the man. iiioludlns nearrly u.il of the oldur,
ri spons'Jrd? m>;n, remained with the oonrpany, aaid ha.ve tatPhfully sovrod It
In operating Its car servi-re, wh'.Vih. h.u been woll ma,'.7itntnJed over Its -entire
The oompany wants at once, miltable, experienced motorrnrn and conductors
to fill the places of room who ha.v?, loft tho servloe, and offers attraoalve, por
maaenlH rnploynien>t not only to these, but "to oSherr worthy perraoiu who oan
For full Informajt'.on ?Tlle or apple to ?iuperlTvtenide'JVt of Employment, 1S3
Milk Street Hoyfton. Mass.
When^a New, Perfection
Comes linjat|the Door
Heat i and (Dirt! ny! Out
What would it mean to you to have ?
heat and dirt banished from your kitchen
this summer?to be free from the blazing
range, free from ashes and soot? f
MMcrarai i ijijni fir i?
With the New Perfection Oreo, the New Perfection
Stove is the tnott complete cooking device on the market
It i? just a> quick and handy, too, for washing and ironing.
This Stove .
saves Time *
It saves Labor
It saves Fuel
Mju3c weh 1,2 aod 3 burn
em, with iomkt enameled. Ittf
qur?e-tJue cAimaer?. Hand*
totnelr fcniihod mrooghoat.
Tho 2- aoxj ?-burner
eaa be had vnth or vriiXout a
eabiaet Lop.whkhitGued with
ciroo ?he.jVea, towel racks, etc.
All dealers carry the New
Perfect-loo Stove. Free Cook
Book with ?r?-cry atave. Cook
Book aUo given to anyone
?eo??nf 5 ceoUto cover mail?
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
NEWARK, N. J.
(Incorporated in New Jersey)
SAMUEL <;. Bl/YTHE.
TRIAL OF DARM
Los Angeles, CaL, June 14.? ?he par- i
Ipatlon ol Attorney Bari r^h<=i? In
t:.c McXamaru prosecution confronted
hlin In to-uay's i:iul oi Clarence K. I
Dsrrow jor jury bribery. Nut only did
lila participation mrtuien to cause
withdrawal us chief counsel for
tiie Lurrow defense, but it ulsu pru- I
duced from tne prosecution a threat
winch may mean an abrupt ending ot
tue trial to-morrow. This was the
construction upcia Llsli 'let Attorney
l redarlck's declaration that tile prose
. utlon would not proceed i; Rogers
won tils point with the court, wtuch
will be bellied finally tu-itiorrow
Rogers a^ked that Olaf Tvctmoe
and Antun Johsnnsen, Sun Francisco
iuiur leaders. be placed upon the
stand In order to clear up u p-dnt of |
divergence between Rogers and his ?
client unsiug out of tue Ca plan mat* i
ter. which i c.mc out in evidence yes- '
terday, und wntch, according to hug- ?
ers, Involved the [?reservatio nof Oar
row's rights. The matter went over
U1USAT DAMAGE BY WINDSTORM.
Buildings Illoviu Unnu and Treea Up?
rooted tu tayeltevlUc Section.
Ldpeci&i to Tne Tlmes-Dlspatcn.J
Fuycttevllle. N. C. June 14.?A j
windstorm of cyclone proportions,
coming from the southwest, passed
over tne eset end of Fayettevllle und
the arc-a lying Immediately across the
river this allernouii and did consider- I
able damage. Buildings Were, blown '
down and trees upmutrd. The West
box factory und A. J. Bullara's Inmner
mill were partially wrecked. A thiee
story gin house, containing fifty-six
bales "f cotton, on the farm of 1). J.
Brooce, two miles east of Fayette- ,
Mile, was lifted from tue ground and
blown some distance and niially torn
to pioces. The roof was carried 4l'i>
yards, and a pirbllc road was tilled
with the tt/brls.
AMERICANS III VIDE HONORS.
VanderbUI and Moore Participate lu'
Kngltah Horse Show.
London, ,'une 14.?The honors of the
coaching M rathon In connection with ;
tho Rlchmn.id Horsa Show were di?
vided to-day between Alfred V. Van
derbllt and Judge William H, Moore,'
who trjok first prizes for load and |
private coaches, respectively.
Twenty-three competitors ntarted ]
this morning from Hyde Park oorner
p.nrl drove to Richmond, and a large
crowd of spectators gathered all along
the rotito to Bco tho four-in-tiimds
.Mr. Vanderbilt also was awarded the
second prize for private coaohas,
Jjontto.n, June 14.?While Premier As
uuitth was hui.iu.g an offlchail reception
In tae lud'..u olHoe to-n'ght in riotur of
tne --firing's blinthjuVay, an elrganiUy ki
tu-oii tailtragetite, who had uecn an
nountcod us a guest, .ippeaned ajid mid
to tour tin* opn.ulen.i-s off the Premier's
olltoial] coait. -Mrs. .\si|iuth tried to roa
ciie her husband -from tne uawolrorno
umentions of tha woman, and tlinn an
lisnur literally dragged the sufrragetto
away from the Prem.er and ejected Its r
from i no bundling,
A couple of iiLUiutcs lute.- n pale
facd Miuih of jieiui twenty yearns,
wa.< Introduced to tne Premier o.nd
took hold of Mr. Asu.u'th's arms rough?
ly and shouted something that was
ln.a.ud.bU. ILi> ulso was un'cetremoni
out/y thrown out oif tho room.
According to some reports of the
occurrence, the woman. Whoso name
was not made public, tout Premier As
qu.th over the head with her fan.
Child Crushed to Denth.
Greenville, a. C. June 14_Raymond
Allen, the five-year-old son of Louis
A. Allen, was crushed t<? deuth here
this evening- when he fell from a
hca.vlly-lo.itl cd wagon and was run
Straying Horm i on.se .Murder.
Greenville, Qa., June 14.?W. O.
Evans and his son. Osc ar,. were shot
and killed near this place by W. O.
V. niton, a neighbor. The shooting Is
fluid to have benn the result of a re?
newal of a former quarrel between
the two families over straying Iiors.
Lj nchliiieg' Mnu Drowned.
Savannah. Ca.. June 14.?Private H.
?. Jameson, of the United states Ar?
tillery, whose home Im In Lynchburg.
Vn., was drowned this morning while
lswlmmlru: near Fort Soreovou.
Republican Committee at Chi?
cago Hears Disquiet?
ChloaigO, Juni i i ? Rumors Co" a. plot
ti smuggle hundreds of ndnaleket
holdere .a.o it.. convention hail icJ to :
d hurry-mp piaj-. on the ]>an or Col- |
onel T hay er, -i.-.s:a.nt actta-eant-at
a:;:is\. to iproveat Tvj- eohiMno.
The old pl-r. aj conventions by
which persons alreaily inside gathered
t.^ketj and tnen daatUlbuiod t'acm
to frlenv.? ou-_s.de alter obtaining a
check, ?wall be. --opped uy a sys
u>m ot coupwi tickets and punch
When t.cki^i noider presents h.s
tfceket a: itn* c>or it wlU ic punched,
eaidea havJn>| the coupon detached,
thus preventing the use of line sair-a !
ticket a itcoiia tune, at a smg.e sts- I
Ticket baaxea eecuctftd wlUh a lock
have been Installed, 'ihe character of
Chi? men EtOtected to coi.jcl the ca.rd
boariVs was believed., to be above re
proach, out peraiaa^ ? rumors that the
building was to be packed led to ar?
rangements ocnvg matid with a detec?
tive agency to hoArta a repr?sentativ*
at each of \ne sloven doors of the
It is the plan to promptly withdraw
any doorkeeper or policeman who is
found favoring any one by parsing him
.nto the building.
Disquieting stones which found their
way to the committee un arrangements
for the convention led to representa?
tives calling on Mayor Carter Harrison
last night to seeji the strongest detail
of police possible during the conven?
The Mayor was told that rumors of
"strong arm" tactics concerning the
big gathering were, so persistent thai
they would not down, and that every!
precaution should be taken to prevent
anv mob scenes within or outside the
Mr. Harrison assured the committee!
that 260 policemen would be on duty at
the building, with strict instructions to
prevent any form of disorder or law- ;
SELECTION OF SEATTLE ,
Cleveland. O., June 14.?The Na- !
tlonai Conference of Charities and
Correction in general session to-night
ruffled 'is committee's selection of
Seattle, Washington, as the next meet?
ing place. The date is yet to be de?
The conference adopted resolutions
in support of a measure pending In
Congress that provides for the In?
spection of all Jails wherein Federal
prisoners may be imprisoned. Joseph \
I<ee, chairman, presented the re| <>: t
of the committee on housing and - '
creation, after which the "dance pro?
blem" was presented by Mrs. Charles I
11. Israels, of New York, who descrtb- '
e.l dance hall conditions and outlined
plans whereby decent dance Im'.ls
ni ght bo conducted.
FINES HEAPED ON Wil l:.
Her l)!nr>, l scd iu Divorce Case, Ite
vealN Husband's System.
Bocton, dune II.?Mr. Frederick S.
Bennett, on being sued for divorce
yesterday, was confronted i.url by
his wife's diary. Among the remark?
able charges in the dl.uy is One that
whenever Bho displeased her husband
he lined her.
Here Ore some of the lines the wile
declared were imposed ,;pon her:
"Kor being saucy, $1."
"For being impertinent.
"Before allowed to read her mother s
"For talking to the hired man, $5."
"For failure to buy soap. 11."
"For not finding out the lowest prli <?
of sugar before buying I'm pounds,
PARTY Ol CAPITALISTS
ON TOUt UF INSPECTION
Spartan" us S. i\. June 11.?A. B. l.each.
I of the linn a. n. t..>nch it- Company, "f
New Vork. will arrive here to-morrow with
n party of forty tricnds. who have reeentl)
become Interested in the prop* m.'R of Hie
llleetrlc. .Hiimifacturing mid Power Com?
pany, the company ownln? extensive water
power .<b)V( lupmcnta in this section, th*
ntr<<-I railway system or this rliy. mid turn
b.hins motive-power for some of ih.. larseal
: mills In thlH and adlulntnic counties. They
I como on a tour of Inspection, and tyxvo In
ir.lnd extenilva devetnpmeniM In Hie way ot
IrtlnrOVban electric lines. After visiting
Gaston Hlinnd?, In Cherokee county, a la rue
pe.vei plant on Broad WVer, they will lie
entertained at luncheon here, mid leave to?
morrow mtht for Georgia.
No matter who's
TUXEDO TOBACCO has been
voted to be the best pipe-smoke
of all, by a tremendous majority of
men?and it keeps on being re
elected! No "bite" ? a rare fra?
grance?great smoking from the
first puff In the curved green
PATTERSON'S TUXEDO TOBACCO
"The Pipe Smoke for Qenllemen"
TAFT LIKELY TO
Probably Will Not Give His Ap?
proval to Big Appropria?
Washington. June 14.?President
Taft will hesitate before he will veto!
the two big appropriation bin? at this
session of Congress, but the probabili?
ties now arc strong that no will refuse
his approval to tne army appropriation
b.ll taat makes .v.u., a sweeping unango I
in the general stall. inal he will Veto
liie legislative, executive and judicial
uppropilatiun bill, containing toe pro?
vision abolishing tne Commerce Court,
.;j already known.
Secretary Stltnsop at lo-day's Cabinet
meeting urged a veto of the army bill,
und lias, been pressing tile President to
Uo that lor aunie time. .VI lust the
President was Inclined not to Interfere
with tbe bill, feeling that he would
have his hands full la tne veto ot I lie
Commerce Court proposition. Tne
President, however. t..;nKs that tne en
actroent of legislation 'pertaining to
appropriation bins la becoming a sen-1
uus iiang and should be tuiile<l at some;
point. Ail Presidents nave Hied to
avoid vetoes of appropriation uiiis, but
In late years Congress has been taking
advantage of tins hesitation, and mueu
.uuutiui legislation is nndlng its way
?jh appropriation mils, which, if vetoet,
might cause serious embarrassment to
me government. The situation is one
that the President thinks should oe
given considerable thought.
t ulied Kartners' Friend.
President Talt Is gl Hilled ov< r a let?
ter lie has received from one of the
orttcers uf the r'urmers National Con?
gress, with headquarters at Chicago,
it is as follows:
T know you Will pardon my delay
In acknowledging receipt of your
teUgsi' liiiii in-i you would give
tne Bourne bill >uur nearly support.
? I feel that I cannot fittingly ex
press the graiude of no i-armers' Na?
tional ,Congress, and of all the others
Of the large majoity of the Ameican j
people lliiit desire a modem parcel
post for this country.
"You have consistently and, of
i oursi. most ably advanced the cause
vi b modern parcel post.
"Net only m this, but In a dozen
othei notable wa>s. you have been
tne Intelligent, true, eager friend of
the farmers o'f the United States."
ROBBERS RAID MINING TOWN
Loot PoM-Otlicc Suit- und Ticket Ofllee
Steubenvllle. O., June U_Robbers
early to-day raided the mining town
of Parlett, In the western part of
the county, blew the safe in the posi
ofllee and stole $300 in cash and $200
in postage stumps, robbed the .Vheel
ing and Lake Brie Railroad ticket of
licu of railroad tickets, and escaped
on a handcar stolen from the railroad
Sheriff James Murray left hero with
a poFse, and is scouring the country
In search for the thieves.
UNDERWRITERS" ELECT OFFICERS.
Favor Eatab'lshment of State Haling
Bureau fur .North Carolina,
[Special to The Times- Dlsoalc! !
Raleigh, n. c, .tune 14.?The North
Carolina Underwriters' Association, be?
fore adjourning its fifteenth annual
scFslon to-day, adopted unanimously
a recommendation made hy a com?
mittee for the establishment of a
Stan- rating bureau for North Caro?
lina, und recommended thin Raleigh
be chosen as the place by the South?
eastern Tariff Association.
Tiie association elected the follow?
ing officers: It. B. Follln, Wlnston
Snleni. president: W. K. Men >mon.
Greensboro, first vice-president; I'.r
nest I'e.ins. Wilson, third vice-presi?
dent; W. B. Sharp, Burlington, secre?
The association adjourned ut 1
o'clock to mcot next year In I'ayetto
vlile, and later In the afternoon par?
took of n barbecue prepared for the
members nt the Country flub.
?Washington, June 14.?A commission
fr?m sixteen States comprised In the
Southern Commercial Congress, which
body la to recommend helptui change*
In the tax laws of tile States, making
them uniform as fur as possible. waJ
named to-day by .Senator Fletcher, of
Florida, president of the congress, in
accordance with a resolution provid?
ing for such a commission adopted at
the recent session of the congress.
The members ure:
Alabama?Judge A. A. Evans. Mont?
gomery; X. U. ilcorgeboldl and Robert
ti. Parks, Birmingham.
Arkansas ? David Gates. L M. Berg
and F. ?. Brown. Little Roek.
Georgia?C. M. Candlnr. E. C. KonU
and C. J. liaden, Atlanta.
Florida?E. S. Cirlll, Palatka; F. P.
Cone, Lake City, and John Trice, Tam?
Kentucky?Peter L Atherton. Louis?
ville. Edward L Young. Madisonville.
and Charles K. Wheeler. Paducnh.
Louis ana?M. M. Carver, Natchito
chea; Edgar H. Farrar and \V. O. Hart
Maryland?Joseph D. Baiter, Fred?
erick and Oacar Lesser and Henry F.
Mississippi?E. F. Noel, Lexington,
and Duncan Thompson and F. M. Shep
Missouri?Judge William Williams,
Boonvllle; tlenrral C. E. Crow. St. Louis,
.>nd Hon Isaac Parks, Clinton.
North Carolina?Franklin McNeill.
W. T. Lee and Edward L Travis, Ra?
j Oklahoma?John W. Sharteli, <>kla
homa City; Frank Dale, Guthrie, and J,
M. " livens, Muski see.
South Carolina?Robert M. Cooper.
I Wisackey; J. M. Connelly, Charleston,
! and William f! Serien, Clreenvillo.
I Tennesse??E E. Bartholl, Nashville;
[George I>. Lancaster, Chattanooga, and
I James H, Maion,.. Memphis.
> Texas?A. I* Love and .1. F. Sayers.
Austin, and 11. B. Rice, Houston.
Virginia?8. R, 1'ionohoe. Fairfax;
' Ol m l Robert Catlett, Lexington, and
Edward J. Loran. Norfolk.
West Virginia?lohn J. Lincoln. EUii I
horn, and George W. Bland, W,.st
NEW LIFEBOAT RULE
Ocean Steamers Must Provide for Every
l'ersnu on Hoard.
Washington. June I I.?All ocean
steamers entering American port.? In fU
i lure must be equipped with lifeboats
1 sufficient to carry at one time every
: passenger and member of the crew, ac?
cording to new regulations adopted by
ith<- Steamboat Inspection Service and
I approved to-day by Secretary Nagel.
! In the case of coastwise, lake, bay
, and sound steamers, lifeboats for all
.aboard must be carried except from
'.May 15 to September 15, when such
travel Is comparatively safe. During
that period coastwise steamers must
have Itfesaving capacity for at least
60 per cent, of those on board, and lake,
bay and sound steamers for at least
Per ei nt. In case of the latter class of
vessels also provision need be made
; only tor ten per cent, of the pnssengers"
. and crew if the boats do not gut fur
? ther than five miles from land or do
' not navigate In waters deep enough to
? over t!i<- vessel In ra*.- of disaster
i River steamers are rcqtllerd to have
llfcbontH for 10 per cent, of those
aboard. A certnln percentage of the
lifeboat or raft equipment, varying
with the class of vessel! must be ap
i proved by the Steamboat Inspection
TOTE LAX-FOB WAY.
If you had a medicine th.it wiuld
strengthen thr liver, the itomoch, the kld
neye and the bowels, and at the same time
make you strong with a ays'.emlc tonic,
don't you believe you would soon be well?
That'* "The I.ax-Foe Way."
We nsk you to buy th>- first bottle on th?
money-back plan, and you will ask youi
driitffflrt to sell you the second.
It keeps your whole Ins.a* rlcht.
; There la nothtns etaa made like In-Foe,
I Remember the name?L.AX.F03.?Ad?,
GIVEN 10 CUBANS
Taft Again Tells Them Thatj
Intervention Is Not
Washington. Juno 14.?The State
Department to-n.1gh.t Issued a starte
nicnit ca'biied to MiSnJsuer Beaupre at
Havana, to be mode pui>llc there. It
informs tho Cubans treat, no credence
should -be attached to unofficial: reports
as to the policy or action of the Un-lited.
.-sates, and re/calls President TaXt's
u::r ra.nos as ro tne bad effect of false
rumors. Tho statement continues In,
??As wag omclally__stat?ad by bne Sec?
retary of State on June 10: 'Tne United
(States 1b not coratertnplarting interven?
tion In Ouba. but hopes and believes
the Cuban government tv?rl, *y prompt
and active !iu-a-ur..-s. to 'bo able to sup
press the insurrection." "
Havana, June 14.?Newe received at
the cHpHal to-night from the scone of}
operations at Or^ntc Province, al?
though meagre and somewhat con?
fused, is regarded by the government
as encouraging and iruilcafng the suc?
cess of the policy of GeneiroJ. Monte?
ngudo. commander-in-chlef or the
Cuban forces, in resor-tlmg to guerrilla
j Colonel Vallente.'s column, after an
i engagement at Jarahueca, about twen
I ty-flve miles north of Santiago, oiv ?
June 12. In which the forces of General
Kstenoz are reported to have been de?
feated, had another brush with a small
I party of rebels. Several Insurgent!
j were killed, and the band was dls
j persed. Two other columns of govem
l ment troops, co-operating with Colonel
' \'allente"s force, have cut off the retreat
[ of General Estenoz and are trying to
, force him to accept a decisive battle.
There is no doubt that the first re
I ports of the encounter at Jarahueca
: were greatly exaggerated. The gov
1 ernment now does not claim that tha
j rebel loss exceeded fourteen killed.
ACTRESS A SUICIDE
Ednu Snyder Victim of Cnhapplneas In
Love and Morbid IJrun<|liig.
New- York. June 14.?Unhappiness in
love and morbid brooding over tho sul
? ide of her sister Is believed to have
j been tile cause of the suicide of Edna
I Snyder, a young actress, who killed
herself with gas early to-day In hop
! home at 4SI Jamaica Avenue, Brooklyn.
; Her sister. Roma, also an actress, killed
i herself with oxalic acid In St. Louis In
i the Christmas holidays last winter.
Beside the boriy f Edna Snyder when
I she was found dead on the lloor of her
. kitchen was a copy of a newspaper
! containing an account of her sister's
. death in St. Louis. The girl had re?
cently spoken to frineds about her sis?
ter's death', saying. "I wish 1 had Ro?
, A little more than a year ago a Phoe?
nix, Ariz., newspaper printed Edna
Snyder's picture, with a letter from her
asking it to tlnd her a Western hus?
band, preferably a cowboy. The men
of New York, she said. smok-;d ciga?
rettes and liung around barrooms and
never understood what life really
ought to nie.in. At that time, she had
quarreled with a man who had asked
her to marry him. and the puDllcatlou
of the picture and letter served to
I widen the breach. Since then tho girl
I had been given to melancholia.
Epwortb League In Session.
Spartantvurg, S. C . June H?Geglnnlns
. with 6 sjnrise prayer service, the delegates
! to the South Carolina Epworth League
Conference, which is being held here, had
their time occupied until late to-night with
sefalons devoted in Hit>:. study, foreign
mlsloni and the business of the orirnntza
itni>. Miss ltessie Ilguscr. h missionary
from i'hlnn: itev. C <:. ilounshell, n. mls
Klnnsry from Kores; llev. e. k. Hurdln,
Itev .- II Harper mid ltev. C. B. Punsey /
were the prill rpal speaker*. The district I
delegations met and elected the electoral v
committees, which will nominate officers.
The conference continues to-morrow. />*
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