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UFT FOR SECOND
TIME VETOES DILL!
House Prepired to Pass Meas?
ure Again, but Senate's Action
?Washington. August 20.?Prcsl<lentl
Tstt's second veto of tho legislative,
executive and Judicial appropriation
Mil, which will be sent In a message'
to Congress to-morrow, will find the
House prepared lo pass the bill again
over his veto, acordlng to House lead?
ers, Chairman Fitzgerald, of tho Ap?
propriations Committee, stated to-day
that the House would undoubtedly re
puss the measure.
As tne bill Went to the President,
;t provided tor the abolishment of tho
commerce Court, a pruc.edu: c to
Which the President again refuses to
agree. The other provisions inserted
by tho House, cutting off appropria?
tions for the Bureau of Manufacturers
and Comorclal Agents, were objected
to by the Senate, and finally taken out
Of the bill before It went to the t.hltej
'Xho Senate's prospective action on
the second veto of tho bill was a mat?
ter of doubt to-night. It It believed,
however, the measure cannot be re-j
passed over the veto In the Senate.
The tw-o Houses will confront the]
necessity, In that case, of adjusting
between themselves the form o? thel
bill as It will be sent to the White|
Hciisc for tho third time.
The delay over this bill makes the
adjournment tense In both House?, us
leaders on each Bide are eager to get
away by Saturday night. In the
House as a climax to a day of exhi?
bitions of temper a fight developed]
over the question of adjournment of|
the session, with tho result that
tedious roll call was forced In orderj
to lsr|ng truant members Into tho
brings $103,000 at auction.
Property of Bankrupt West Bud Pur*
nnre Company Sold.
[Special to The Times-Dlspatoh.]
P.oanoko. Va . August 20.?The prop?
erty if the We&T T^lid Furnace Com?
pany, which eeveral months ngo filed
a petition In hank ruptcy, has bren
sold at auction for 1103,?uo. The pur- 1
chasers were B Nlrhol and George W. j
niloy, who bl i In the property for :
themselves and other bondholders Inj
Baltimore and Philadelphia. The h i
Included the plant of th? West End :
Turnace. fifty acres of ground '
and buildings, some In and some out?
side the city. That part of the opera?
tion brought |70;000. Seven houses In
Norwich, originally built for the opera?
tive! at the plant were sold for ?7.
The personal property of the concern.
Including a valuable lease on fifty
?? res of Iron ore land In Giles County,
was bid m for $2?.000. The ore land 's
but partly developed, and tr.e deposit
Is variously estimated at from &00.000
lo 2,000,000 tons. It Is a high grade
ore and the mines are located on tho
Norfolk and Western at Interior, so
that the prod'irt 1? available readily.
The bid com;.any had put In at the
mines Improvements costing from 112.
orio to fH.000.
w l I HOI I INSTRUCTION'S.
Bristol Republicans Name Delegates n>
c imKrrasinnaI * onventlon.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch,]
Bristol. Va . August 20 ?The rte
pnbllrans of Erlstol, Va.. held a mass
meeting last night and named unln
fhructed delegates tr> the convention
to be held here on August 2S to nom
inat a candidate for Congress No
resolutions were offered, in view of
trie Roosevelt-Taft split. S. L. Mlllard
?wr>tt elected city chairman to suc?
ceed G.. E. Goodell, resigned. Herbert
Hilpl*w was chosen ?prrtary.
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SOUTH CAROLINA CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR
PROVIDED IN BILL
House Adopts Conference Report j
and Measure Goes to
Washington. August 20.?By a vote
of 151 to 50. the House to-day adopted]
the conference report oh the nav?i ap?
propriation bill The measure which j
will now go to tho President provides'
for one battleship and u number of,
submarines, colliers and auxiliary vest-!
tcis. Thirteen members opposed to
the battleship program voted "pres?
The bill as It goes to the Presi?
dent carries $123,220,1 " an IncYeaso
of approximately $1,600,000 over the!
measure as it pasted the House.
Secretary Meyer to-day philosophi?
cally accepted the on,: battleship pro-l
gram of Congress and has already!
named the projected hew marine mon?
ster the Pennsylvania.
The new ship will be 630 feet long.;
of about 3l.ooo tens, with twelve four-]
teen-inch Runs and exceptionally I
?Secretary Meyer to-highti comment-]
ing on tho action of Congress upon
the battleship program, said:
? The action taken this year will calli
for an appropriation for three battle-l
ships at the next s-t-slon of Co:-.u:'hs :
If the efficiency of the ileet and the!
present policy of two battleships a
?.ear accepted throughout the country
I- to be maintained"
\ fiihe! Bonds lor Ilonds.
(Special t-> The TimeF-IMspatch.]
Warrenton. Va., August 20.?The
special election held In Cedar Run
District on Saturday in Paurqulcr
County for a $60:000 bond Issue for
marademluing certain roads of the dis?
trict was lost by a large majority.
BLEA'SE BEATEN IN!
(Continued From First Page.)
majority of ten votes VflW save and j
red? m the State. Blease will un
questionably And that his cotton mill >
vote win fall far below expectations.
The cotton mill operative is a bad
actor In politics. Some of theni may ,
be bought, but they won't stay bought. ;
Mill presidents have driven Into their
hi i is t!.'- fact that the mill owner
and the mill hand are but halves of the
same apple, that their interests are j
identical, and that when Blease at
temps to injure the mills he will cut!
down the wages of tho men and wo- 1
mish who splr.. They are beginning
to see tt. They realize that they are I
being J .pgied about exactly In the
name manner that the Republican
party has juggle 1 the negro In the
.South. The best element In the mill j
villages is against Blease.
There nie many queer people In
South Carolina who contend that the!
newspaper.-, will re-elect Blease be- ,
cause they have continually fought |
him. One's own Idea as to the wan*
lng Influence of the editorial page i
may be out of place In this connec?
tion, but the fact is clear to uny In-,
telltgent mind that had the newspa?
pers remained silent South Carolina!
would have ?uffered again for twaj
years while the present Huvtrnor
runted In th< executive mansion. Be-1
sides, the bulk ot tho voters don't read
thtj newspapers. It has often been
ilaimed that the Columbia State elect?
ed Blease by fighting him. but It seems,
fairer and nearer the truth to state
that the same newspaper will beat him
Illrare Losing His C.rtp.
A word about Charleston. T?'o
i years ago the blind tiger element and
the gamblers gave Blease a b'g ma
Jorlty In that city. Next week'
Charleston will rise up and --mite Its
former friend. You can get all thej
liquor your system may require In
Charleston, no matter who is Gi?.'
ernor. and if those 3,000 Charleston
vote? which went formerly to Blease [
are turned against him, with the op-|
position In the up-country, he Is st:n-|
ply out of it. Aside from that. Blease
has lost his grip on political lead-1
? is. who really elected him In 1910.1
Woman's Influence ig no small factor,
and mighty few South Carolina wo?
men arc bold enough to declare for|
Blease. The women who have gone!
to the mountain- for the summer are
sending their husbands and sons back!
to the polls. The ministers have
Jumped into politics. One church as-|
sociatlo.'i, with 10.000 member.*, has'
adopted resolutions calling upon the
people to vote for Jones.
Ills Record Laid Itnr*-.
The record Of Blease has been laid
bare. The dark spots have been made
hrilllant under the limelight. They
have shown what manner of man he Is I
since the day he wns expelled from'
the South Carolina University. They
have brought forth alleged facts to
support the charge, that while State
Senator he was putty In the hand
Hot the railroads. They have charged
that he grew fat on the dispensary.
Burns and his detectives swore to
their evidence that he had been sell?
ing pardons to the most notorious
criminals In the State Penitentiary.!
They have called to mind his famous,
or infamous, statement. "To bell with
the Constitution." They have quoted'
the record to show that he openly
advocates lynch law. They say, linnl
ly. that he is a coward because he
will permit any man to call him a
Mnln Point Is Detent.
But the record of Blease la nn old
story. The point at Ik'sue is the re?
demption of the state, and the hews
of the whole thing lies In the ract
that the decent people have votes
enough to drive him out (if office. By!
some str?ngt visitation of misfortune,
he miKht be elected again, although!
that seems Improbable in the face of
facts nnl nglire-s and information
which com. from all quarters. But
If he should win. the danger will h,;
twofold, for he might have a Legis?
lature in sympathy with him. in which
event. God, pity South Carolina. It
hasn't been that way heretofore.
Looking at It from another angle,
there is almost ns much danger in
defeat. for during the remaining
months of his term there Ij no toll -
Ins what he might not do. Still, If
he should scrape in on Tuesday, every
possible effort will be put forth to
have the Legislature impeach him. So
ihe people tlgure that the State will
escape trouble arid bloodshed by elect-j
Inp Judge Jones. i
Rough Neck trgument.
A typical rottgh-neck, ?< member of
the [.CglMnttire, and a man who has
often lippenred on the wrong side ol
Ihe bur in court, really expresses the)
oplhlojj of ihe Blease followers in his
recent reference 10 tho .ii.-hki.ip':
which is alleged to havo recorded ihe
evidence of .. Governor's grafting.
^ 'Don'l Jrgu believe that Mr. UlCtJtr
graph," said lh<; rough-neck. "I
know him, he ia a foreigner, ?ml you
can't believe a damned word he .??ays.''
This same rough-neck la helping to
muke- the laws and using his money to
help elect Bleaso. Burns did not turn
any Blease mon to Jones by hi.- Fen
satl?nal disclosures, but Burns aroused
the people to action, and the pardon-'
silling iharge and scandal may yet
he the one thing which turned thp
A prominent mar. ;:.o ' ur? r who was
a student at the; South Carolina l.'nl-j
verstty with Blcas.. said to-day that]
he would send his son to the I'nlver-j
slty of Virginia in the fail. 'That, at
least, was my Intention." he said, "but'
I'll send htm to South Carolina if|
Blea.sc is beaten. We think mighty!
w. l! of your IT. S. C. Mitchell, but If
won't send my son to a college in!
which Blease I? nn ex nfllcio member!
of the board. We expelled him froin]
there, nnd for two years he has been,
one of It r bosses The whole thing
shows how low we have fallen."
Ueii'iy to Catch lllM Jack,
It may be that a t.iise optimism Is
prevalent throughout South Carolina.
It may be that the prophets ate wrong,
hilt when the Jones people claim 3<V
000 majority they must know whereof
they speak. Greenville County will,
give Jones a tremendous majority.'
which may account fbt the statement!
hereabout that it will be that way all
over the State. A decent citizen can-}
not think otherwise Not many derent
people are openly for Blease Blens*
made his jack two years ago. Next
week that Jack will he caught, nnd:
the prayers of a whole State will have
been answered. But if Blease should
happen to win?South Cnrollna. good,
filVES CHAM: IN VL'TO.
Sberlfl rnptnres Man rbnrged With
Stealing n?r*.I Buggy.
(Special io The Times-Dispatch.) |
Salisbury. N. C. August 1<>.?Charged
with stealing a horse and buogy from!
th. stables of B. D Mahaley in Salis-j
bury ten days ago. Silas Hinsch, aj
young white man, was raptured by
Sheriff J. H. McKenzie on the Yadklnl
filvcr yesterday afternoon. Htnson was
in the act of going to the Davidson side'
of the riven when sighted by the sheriff,
who made the chase in an automobile. (
Hinson was landed in jail to await'
New r horch Dedicated.
'Special to The Tlrm-s-Dtspatch J
P.U'-hanan. Va , August 20.?Trinit
Methodist Church was dedicated her<
Sundav, and a debt of S ?> ?".,-? wa
liquidated. Rev. H. M. Duhose. of All
custa. Ga.. preached the ded!<-aton
sermon. The church cost about |T,000
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Letters from Prominent Physicians
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Montreal, X C. August SO,?An an
nounceme.nt of very special interest,!
not only to Presbyterians In Virginia
and the Carolinas, but throughout inu
territory of the general assembly, will
be that of the decision of tbe execu?
tive, committee of foreign missions,
the executive committee of home mla
Mo.na and the Laymen's Missionary
Movement to hold another great nils
missionary convention in February or
next year. Memphis probably will bo
the place where the convention will be
held, and in large attendance and at?
traction of program effort will be 1
made to have this Convention equal,
if It does not surpass, the convention
held in Birmingham in 1909 and that ,
Iii Chattanooga the present year, both !
of which were held under the direc?
tion of the Laymen's Missionary Move
mi nt ot tu,- Southern Presbyterian
Church, and hoth of which are recog?
nized as among the greatest religious
conventions ever held in the South.
Foreign missions was the principal
keynote at Birmingham and Chatta?
nooga, but at .Memphis' the more sp,
i iftc emphasis will be placed upon home
missions. The decision to hold the
Memphis convi ntlon has Just been de?
cided as the result of a joint confei -
ehce at Montreat.
Early this week the program of the
summer assembly of Presbyterians will
enter the fourtli and last period, ami
this period will continue until the j
latter part of next week.
Dr. Ollmour'a Addresses,
During the present week one of the
principal features of the program will
be the tie.- addresse? of Rev. A D P.
Gllmotir, D. D.. of Chester, S. c. his j
subject to be 'The Church and the
Social Question." The General Assem- :
bly Of the Southom Presbyterian
Church has requested the theological
seminaries of the Church to add to lite
curriculum of each seminary n course
of study on this subject, thus i'ecbg
nlztng its Importance. Dr. ftllmblir
lias made a close study of this miy<- ,
Ject. and is recognized as perhaps ti..
best authority on the same within the
bounds of tii. Southern Prcsbsterlan
Another special feature of the pro?
gram for tins we.k and next will bo;
the addresses of Rev. Thoron II. Rice, j
D. D.. of Richmond, during the Bible
hour each day. The epistle of Paul
to the Galailans will furnish the basis
of Dr. Rice's addresses this week He.
ranks easily as one of the ablest Bible
students and expositors of the country,
nnd hundreds of people heard him In
the lib roe iddresses lie delivered the
Another speaker who will take a '
prominent part oft theprhgrnm through
the remainder of the assembly i< Rev.
Andrew Allan, of Farmvllle, Va. Only
recently Mi' Allan came to America
from his native country, Scotland, an.I i
his first acquaintance with the South- j
em Presbyterian Church has been at j
Montre.it. Ho has been received rrtOSI
cordially and has impressed the sum?
mer nsenibly as a man of strong and
splendidly trained. Intellect nnd >>r
spiritual powers The theme of his
addressed during the remainder or the
assembl) "in be "Some Secrets of
Kpliittis.l Powers,-' and n is oxpectad
I that ibuev au'.ssago? win contribute
largely toward n fitting climax for the
program ot the summer.
Lectures hj lir. Smith.
Two lectures which will be heard
with special Interest before the as?
sembly closi s will he those of Rev.
.lames p. smith. l>. D . of Richmond, a
member of the stun.' of Stonewall Jack
son and a personal friend of both Gen
erni Jaccson anJ General Robert 10.
Lee. Tiles,- two Confederate generals
will furnish the subjects for the two
Montreal continues crowded with
visitors and a good number of these I
will remain after 'he summer assem?
bly has closed. The climate and va?
rious other attractions of Montreat
rend-r It a place where the early fall
can be enjoyed most thoroughly.
Among the plans which are being
projected already for the entertainment
of a larger number of visitors at Mon?
treat next year, is that for the erection
of a building to be occupied especially
by missionaries and their families
A meeting will be hold at Black
Mountain this week In the Interest of
ihe establishment of another summer
assembly ground near Montreal. This
i enterprise will be commenced by prl-I
.vale individuals, some of whom be-I
lleVe It will be adopted finally as the j
j summer home for the Western .Vorth
Carolina Conference and other confer- J
; ,-nces of the Methodist Episcopal
I It Is trtti- that the Southern Assent-|
j My, now In course of construction at i
j Waynesville, is recognized as the as- j
sembly ground of Southern Methodism,
! but .: Is not the property of the
: church: it is a private enterprise, be?
ing owned by a Joint stock company, |
land the lots there are sold at niuch
'higher rates than will he the rase hoar I
Hlack Mountain and Montreat. Should
this last projected enterprise succeed,
.there will be four assembly grounds
j near Black Mountain. not one o:
Which will be three miles distant from
that point, that of the Voting Men':i
Christian Association, Voting women's
Christian Association and Missionary
Education Movement, known as Blue
Itidge; that of tiie Baptist donomlna
I tion. Known as Rjdgecrest. Montreal,
land the new assembly under considera?
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IS III > \ WA I AI t IDENT
[Special to The Times -Dispatch. I
Monterey. Va.i August 2<>?Mrs. E. :
Bexrode. an aged woman of the Crat
hott?m Valley! was killed in a runaway
nccldent on Saturday. She was In com
pany with a young man named Hull,
and returning from a visit to her sla?
ter's, near Hightown A break in the
rr.'-ss caused thi horse to tako
j fright, and after a short, mad dash
. in the bilggy info a large oik treu
. the roadside. H>re ?he anim?t "trot
I loose from the vehicle anrl ran en Tor
, a mile or more.
The young man was not seriously
hurt, but the woman was foun.l sit?
ting In an upright position Mose to tue
'tree, against which ah" TTTl BTruclt
i " (tri such violence as to produce fatal
j internal injuries. She died a few hours
NEWS OF ASHLAND
1 Special to The Tim?a-Dlspatoh. 1
Ashland, Va.i August 20.?Tho Mono
Memorial Sunday school, commanded
by Mr .and Mn \\ N. Plshborne. o?
Kichmon . Is camping on Randolph.-.
Macon College campus. The Richmond!
Blues kindly lent th<- tents, and eachi
week a squad of fourteen children will
he entertained there.
Mrs. William Lasher has gone to
New Y.>rk to visit relatives.
Professor .lohn Fisher, who has been
at Columbia University taking a spe?
cial course, ha." returned home.
Mrs. J. Stewart Smith, and MIs:i Jlc
Kesslck, of New York, nre guests ot
Mrs. J. Watklna Lee.
Miss Nits Bllneoe has returned Trom
a visit to relative? In Lynchburg.
Mrs. Richard Chehery and children
a: - visit'ng friends In Cumberltfnd.
Miss Mary Wright has returned from
Kssex County, and is the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. Nat Lancaster.
Mr. ami Mrs. E, A Gray and William
Qray are in Palmyra visiting relatives.
Misses Nettle and Lizzie TrevlUian
have returned from a live weeks' stay
st Wrlghtsvllle BeacTI, *>, C.
.Miss Helen Delarue has gone for a
week's v:slt to Maple Shade Inn., Pu
Mrs Henry Bogue. of Baltimore, wilt
arrive shortly to visit her aunt, Mrs.
A C. Wight man.
Dr and Mrs R rr. Blackwell nn<t
.Miss Epic Blackwell, who are visiting
re latlvea In Louisa, will return wue
House Party ni Nathalie.
I Special to Tile TImeH-Dispatch.J
Nathalie. Va.. August 10.?One of
the most delightful events of list week
was a house party given by Misses
Richie and Caroline McCraw at thetr
home In Nathalie
The guests during the week were
Misses Bess:.' Marshall and Sue Adams,
of Lyhchblirg: Miss Mary Tur
piu. of Boydton, and Miss
Heien Crews, of Danville, and
William and Harry Whaley, of Cluster
Springs; Hubert Walthall, Hugh Wil?
liams, Frank Williams. Paige Willlama?
? Urookrieal. and John W. MeCr.iw, of
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