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hwy. whl-h cannot be purchased abroad
ta time Of *vur and r< uulrus years to
Taking a lesson from the praasnl
gr.at struggle la the tftllt. s I MaVTl
Kllmeia says: "The amount arhicJl *r*
have pmnltti'd lo accumulate would
he insufficient f<?r a single enga^.n , n:
of the > harnet) r of the ? ngagt ttients la
either the Ruea?-Japanese or th. ;>r. *
ant Balkan War."
Ke?1<aa Old < aatruveray.
Suggeeiions of the old ooau vversy
i'Stween the egeewjjve nnit i'.. ,.- . -
over the construction of dages m iia-.i
>rable streams w.thout ?'omi<ensatl"i:
to the government are contained in a
loag chapter of the report deal lag
with the attempt of the War ]->..;.,., - _
ment to protect such a?rwaeei fross art
vate Jeopardstione Th?- aearetar]
reiterates his view, alrcuilv la'd he
tore Congress In POBasst'OB "with the
veto last set-si- n of the Coom RfCSt
oam bill, and fee aK*m urges that
existing Iswg be eaaeaaad s>? that the
guarantee of a dam privilege u-- re
?ititred to pay a roaeonshls sum to th.
govi rntnept. the proceeds to l?e aaad
for the development ot the datsaas
where the gates la lOOatad
The lt.t< riiationai \\ atd W.l> I C 'ti
?siastan has csssaalatad its 'avestlgs
tion ot tin boundary wnters l.ii\\--n
thi L*nited Mates a:iil t'.tn.iiu. and
with the exception of the nn.tl report
upon "a r!:.-n at the outlet of l-ikc
Krl?. deiajed by th. Ulms? of one
of the ?";.nadi;.r ennineei s, and it Is
r-ugg.-stnl that th.- vomiiiise'on tM ) \
tended to Apnl |, ltd I.
For the Porto Rlcaaa, the sarratari
urge., eitlsepehlp, declaring that it
was preealecd. and that It had been
earned by loyalty . The Island ?houid
also have a depart aseal of labor SJsdl
ngrl< tlt'tre and a department of
..eaith ami saaltattea, as W) II as a
rigorous civil service law, atsa aii
edicial officers, aoa elective, ?haarl
a remarhaole recital of the develop. '
ment ol the Philippines in ways of
civilisation during the fourteen years
of American occupation is given in the
r.., rt. It Is declared ti.at there is
no othfr instance In h'story when,
after fcur years ol war and bat irrec
t'on to over T.?fe.sae ..f an snt'r*
alien race havt be?n so soon given
rot merely the forms of del] control,
t.ut Immediate and extensive aarttet- j
[.it:-it their own governmvr.t. "Sim?
ilarly. " says ihs setr slaty, "there is ?
no parallel ta th. material, rmnt.il.
und n seal progtreea shown in the?e ten I
? ears ef olvll government by so many
I million* of people, held for centuil.s.
? Ignaraana end in effect in po:
:,nd economic bondage." After making
this statement Secretary Sthnsan pro
. ?eds to detail gl length what has been ;
i reomp -r.) i m . icn M-parate direction j
In the islanJs: th.- sanitation, the edfJ- ?
cation, the development of new in- j
Suetrles, the opening of the lands to J
rmall farmer*, the construction of bar
hat works, and tai'.roads and irrigation j
plants "Yet with all this u| sf?l egg
aar w'irk la the P^itltpplneg has just '
commence!." cohtinnes the secretary. I
Half ol the children born in Manila
ills in irfancy: and a million chlldn n
are Without schools, the old s> stem of
peonage is :-".;ll accepted by the masses. ?
who naleaa protected by Americans '
v.-Mild fail ready victims to the rich
und edw-ated Philippine minority ?? The
Am?rlcsn pel Icy. he :ays. should be ,
continue! to completion, for ' Jntll that
time, all proposals -ot independence sre
picas for national recreancy on our
Part, and for the repudiation of the '
heavy and difficult burden which thti* |
far we h3ve been hr^vrly and consist- i
? ntly sustaining Kven more Is it un- ;
Suet to tue great masse- of Filipino I
people, in wnose behalf the high
?sounding slogan of ?Liberty' and inde- '
lienderce' is shouted. After hav-nir
been for centuries ?,unk In ignorance j
en-! hetd In ec-inomic subjection, they .
ere now bffr.5 srous.'d to self-support?
ing manhood and being welded Into
Ttathnr:! solida-ity Alonr this l<aa.
nnd along this ime abme. lies the true
port of liberty and independence.
The cioslnp charter of the report
deals with the Panama Canal. of
which the official date of opening Is
set for J.innary 1, 1!?15. It is the' in?
tention to allow vessels to utilize H
ts soon a< n> ssible?probuhiy Jurin? i
the latter half of 131" The secretary
states that while h. still believes the
United States cur. repav tolls to Amer?
ican vessels BSiaS the canal, he is
etr'.ngly of the opinion that such re?
mission" Of tolls be not granted, as
they are necessary.
xvii'F. T-. *ni:K< rmoitti
Wedded Ptfry ?e.irs Icn. *ay? llu?
baml lias \ffinHy.
C.nclnr.atl. Iiecf-mber S.- Mrs Helen
Maxfleld. seveaty-tWO years oil. has
sued b'r busband. Charles a. M.ivfield.
a farmer, for a .livorce and alimony.
Despite the fact that Maxfield Is past
the allotted threescore wars and ten.
nnd wa? armu: *o pis? the f.ftieth mile.
t "Tli? Gift Store
If it ia a question of what to
sHeiM ?liera at" the points to
First the derby is a public
Second-soft fcU and Hoth
h*tt? are for a chni:ge.
Third?Otapd nee for "occa?
sions" traveling, golfing, out?
Fourth- the fur cap?well,
w?> all know when the fiiri'Up
or silk hat comes in.
The pleasing sorts are here.
Killed While Trying
to Aid His Family
I "gStlal to l in- Tlmee-Dlsp'itch.l
W lucheatcr, Vu.. Ilecriiiber |p>
l.llhrrt I . Karbardt. l??m>.H*lit
years old. formerly of MoantiJack
J mm. "hi.. In tbt- art ?f throwing
' roal train a llaltlmorr and Oblo
' Ital.'roael train to-day for furl for
hi* poverty-stricken family, fell and
wmm rut in I no, etcreO (-?r? paestng I
j ore* hla bod;. him Inetnutly.
] Scsatel montha li< Ttas tnjnred
when part of o vsonlen mill Trail
i fell upon blm. Ilia wife and three
i TonnK children ere standlnic near.
I by end ?.sltneseeel to-day'a tragedy.
stone of h!s marital career, the petition
. ' h'.y w*fe says th.it he hae an affinity.
The eotiple hav. seven children, all
adults und IS.M'o Mrs Maxfleid asks
for her share of th* pioperty. The
fio.deti anniversary ot the couple
would have been celebrated next Au?
gust but for the wife's alleged dis?
SHE PLAYS A*. aTOMHE BITtTs?.
Miiman Pinnlat Almost Overcome Try?
ing to ?top Theatre Paalc.
Chlcage, December 8.?Fire in a ?*>
cent ntoving-pict urc theatre In the
downtown district caused a pan'<
yesterday among CO" persons Th'
flames started In the rear of the stage,
and filled the theatre with rmoKe
The audience m&de a rush for the
axlta Three women were knocked
down and slightly Injured Nobody
was h .rt dangerously. The flames
were extinguis.-ie d a few minute* after
the audience got out.
Mr.. P 5, r>? ??->. the pianist, played
ragtime selections in an effort to c im
the .spectators. "A'hen the firemen ar?
rived, ^h' was almost overcome by
smoke but sh? was still playlns
>'? ARRKSTs MADE.
I'auarr of flash Rettveen Krleada o?
u.?nulled Men and Mill Handa Ended.
Ashburn, Ga . December S.?No ar?
rests have be^n made here In connec?
tion with the killing of G ft Chrlst
mag and the wounding of J. N. Christ?
mas and J. T"). Ward near this glare
yesterday. The two wounded men were
taken to Vienna.
Fear of a clash between friends of
the wounded men nnd mill hands ac
tinted of the rhootlng was ended by
the return of the Vienna citizens to
that plsce to-night _
Peary Will Be Toastmaster at
Banquet of National Geo?
I ? usnitufton. December 8.?t'aptain
j |(mM Amundsen, disco\< r> r i>f the
! South Pul.v will Ih- the guest of honor
; ut tin? annual banquet of ih" National
eicocraphio Baclaty hero Saturday
I niKlif. January II Rear-Admiral Itob
( < rt K. 1'e.ayy. of North Pole tam<-. will
ar: M toaMnidtter It will be the first
Dg of th.- two distinguished ax
? plorers at the same hoard.
I ha affair will have a nation-wide
Interest, pa-t eul;>-ly to the 160,,'0'?
! nicmbi rs of the society, because Cap
la::! Amundsen. ? gold in. .lallst of the
National Oeogranhle ?<" ,f :y for his
Begotlatiaai of the Nortbweat p.is?a.sc.
II lu.ilti jrold medalist of the BOeioty
ROT the diseoveey of the SVititr, Pol ?
The cold medal - the highest honor in
t -:ft of the seientlrie or?ranlza-tlon ?
will b. presented hv another Hold me.!,
atlst. P-ear-Admlr-*! Penrv, who won
thr highest distinction In the Arctic.
IMM ISN'T PXPKtT PATIUTK.
lirntn. r-ln-l.aw Denies lie Is . oniinic
l<> ft. Louie?Annoytd by Ihe last-.
St I/Otils, MO., December 8?John T
Miltihen, tha wealthy hrother-*n-law
of Albert T. Patrhk. ceolared that lie
kn-w nothing of Patrick's plane that
ne was virtually done with his broth?
er-in-law He will furnish him with
the evidence which he says will aid
him In provln? his Innocence, but will
not help him In any other way. He
denied that Patrick would come to
St. Louis, and said that he did not
know whether he would go to Denver
to visit relativea
Alter hearing the letter Patrick
wrote to Judire Olooft. M'lllken said:
'I am through with the whole af?
fair. I have helped Patrick to obtain
his release from prison, and told him
not to trv to force the probating of
the INI will of Arilllani Marsh Rice.
I em going to tell him when I see him
the way to exonerate himself fully
then I will have nn further Interest in
"I have spent money and time to
free Patrick, and have done what I
considered mv duty Tt has brought
me publicity which I do not seek, and
which I do not desire more of. On*
paper printed a story that my Income
was $lrtO,fiO*i a month, and since I have
h'cen worried by aij kinds of reople.
I s'.most have to keep my doors locked
ail the time."*
M v\ BUT-tEgSga ft MMONr.D.
Will Appear to Teotlfy In "Dynamite
Indianapolis. Ind . December 8.?
About twenty of the defendants so fa
unheard to-morrow are to bep-in their
testimony at the *'d*r*ea*untte eo-,?r.|racy"
Those still to appear In their own
behalf against the e-nvernment's
charees that they aided In the Mc
Narr, i ra .lvnamlte plots by causing ex?
plosives to be transported on passen?
ger trains illegally arc John T But?
ler. Buffalo. v!ce-pres<dent of the
Mr.ion taTlClteel 3. Young Boston. Prank
?*"*. Vfebb, New York: John H Barry.
St. leOOlS; J. E. M-insey. Rait Lake City
and Eugene A. C'ancy. San Francisco.
Attornevs for the defendants stated
that scores or new witnesses have b?en
summoned to testify as to the reputa?
tion of the union officials for "peace
TO MiKF, TENANTS HAPPY.
New 1 nloa Ineerporated to Lessen
Albany. December S.?"The Tenants*
Pnlon of New York, Incorporated." of
New York fity. was Incorporated yes?
terday to reduce rentals of land, abol?
ish tax?? on dwellings. lessen the
miseries of tenants burdened with ex?
cessive rents, ar.d to prohibit the
soeret ownership of houses and home
I rectors Include Simon G. Levy,
Alexander Law ar.i. Otto J fie I ?Bln.
of New York, and Joseph Wilkinson,
Will have one di*h that has both
engaging flavour and true nourishment
? the strength-giving, life-sustaining
factors which exist in wheat and bar?
ley, stored there by Summer s sun for
Winter s comfort.
And remember?Grape-Nuts food
is more than "something good to eat "
It is a brain and body builder?rich in the vital phos?
phates so essential to the daily rebuilding of the tissue
cells of Brain and Nerves.
Grape-Nuts carries in most digestible form the food
elements that make muscle, vigor and nerve
"There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
Cereai CI L-fl Pyr? Food Fvor.t? B?v??> Cf?ft Mieh
Negotiating With View to Estab?
lishment There of Roman
Rome. December ?. ? Most .animated
comment* contln-e over the fact thai
Ha. Pope, contrary to all i uatom. umtt
ted to delive. at the con*lstoiy on
Monday iaat an allocution to the car
ditia.s. Bom* >CCl?llStlf of the old
regime, as t*%>v sail here those wn.>
?awe issaalnsil faithful to me ideas
and traditions ol the late poiitilicau.
? Kan. y l>o Xlll., with ail that 1?
aolriK on In tli'- Balkans, with the
imminent di*ai>;>catunou of Tu.k.
fron Kurope. making h.e vedee
heard in such a Solemnity as a con
They are certulnly risht from their
point of view; l?ut, un the ofuer hand,
thoas who think they know whit is
now gome on behind the scene* state
unit If 1'Ijs X. aid not speak, ad hadl
.1 Masons, as he loafca much ssore
to the substan.e than the .iiu earano
of things, and for the vanity of an
enhemeraJ success la having his words
qaatdd throughout the world wo-l-l
not sacrifice the important aegotla
tions und urrangeinentv which are go?
ing. Ua and whleii may lead to th
Catholic Ch.irch havln,- an Important
influence in those Biikans, which are
now the object of general attention.
It must ne kept In mind that r-outn
east Europe, where the Halkan con?
flict has been raging, ts In the hand."
of only a few apostolic SpBare, and
that the greatest ambition of the
Holy See would be, as was plalmy
shown by Loe XIII , to bring a! " I
reunion of the Eastern churches wttn
Rome and th> establishment of ?
Catholic hierarchy there.
In the whole of Macedonia Ciere is
only one apostolic vicar, Munslgnor
Sclanow, who was appointed by lyo
XIII. with the dignity of titular
bishop of Li vi as. in Palestine The
whole of Thrace has also only one
ipoetollc vicar. Monslgnor Micha il
Petkow. Finally, the most Importe
of vlcarates. that at Sofia, is intruand
to Monslgnor Robert Menlnl. who
also s kind of official representative of
the Holy Sec in the Balkans His
pist Is one of the meet dellcat- and
a? the same time most difficult
If must be remembered that \inc
Ferdinand was a Catholic and t-o wa?
his first wife, who was the soother of
wrung R^ris. the heir apparent to ?
throne Understanding how much
more popular it would be If h.s de?
fendant were to belong ta thi namti
creed as his people, the then Prln<e
Ferdinand rem? to Rome to ask tb.c
Pop- s permission to have Itor's turn
Orthodox. Pope la?o. howevet, indig
nantly refused. ?o the prince brought
about his conversion wlth>ut perrrs
sion. and immediately afterward, in a
spirit of reprisal, visited King Hum
bert at Rome, thus being the Mist
(.'atholte sovereign to set foot In the
Wurlnal after the fall of the tempora'
Now, as the Romans say. much water
nar passed under the bridge?, and as
what is done is dine. Pope P'us would
at least like to forget the losses ot
?-he past by the establishment of a
Catholic hierarchy in the Kalkans.
pi.ai\ kisses tmnmwwtt ism i
Husband Eves Washed the Dlshea, bnt
Saya Warner Ktaaer Won.
Chicago, December S.?It was a case
of a man who could deliver the 'soul
kiss'' against a man who was only a
common or garden kisser and tried to
make up the difference by washing the
dishes, and the roan with the "sou!
kiss*- won, according \o th. prosecution
in the divorce suit of Harry O Whit
lock. post-office clerk, it; which Dr.
<"harles C- O'Byrne was named
Whlthach. testifying before .fudge
Dover, swore that he assisted in the
housework and did everything he could
think of and afford to regain the love
of his wife after, as he alleged, slio be?
came enamored of the family physician
I>r. O'Bvroe and Mrs. Jessie Whitlork.
ihe wife, both deny the "soul kis? '
charge, and Wtt] have their Inning at
tin next session of the court.
Mrs. Mary Whitiock. mother of the
dishwashing postal clerk. told the
crowded courtroom of how she Agfa
ed the klseinir and lovemaklna at the
flat of her son.
riiF iior sk. OfehUM bkk.
t.et a Bit of a Jolt From tntnmoblles,
bat Is Restored to Vnvnr \sraln.
Chicago. December I ?That the time
has not yet come for the horse to pass
into obscurity on account of the auto?
mobile was brought out at the Inter?
national T.fve Stock Exposition at the
"The horse may pass out of every
other business, but he will never be
supplanted In the army." said Major
General William H. Carter, who haa
.lust assumed command of the Oatshn I
Division of the army here. "I proba?
bly have made every experiment pos?
sible with the automobile In tte use for
army service, and my conclusion is
thif It will never be able to do the
work r.ow being done by the horse.
"The horse soon will be restored to
his (nra.tr Importance." *ald Professor
Carl Cay. of th? Determent of Animal
Husbandry of the fnlverstty of Penn?
sylvania. "The automobile ts becoming
so common that f->s Mona Die people ar>
a'readv going back to the clor? I -
rlage. with handsome livery and pilr "
s3.o0o.Oaa KOR WORK Kit*
? bteaxo l.rnpAre fa Reeelve
Record < hrlatntaa t.lfta.
rbleaoo. December a?Employes of
establishment a In Chicago are to
reip a bigger herveat In the coming
Christmas season thsn has been ths
cese in the memory of the otd?st- ac?
cording to an noil nee-men ts made yes?
terday More than $J e?e.STO is to be
IMf '.uted to workers in banks, big
stores manufacturing plants and other
Ind*S*lie* Tbe spirit of generosity ts
esld to have been strengthened by a
7 ear of trade weil above the no
In addition to s?T?nl manufa^-tnrlnr
plants whir* make gn annnnt prs'ti-e
? ' r 1ng their employe, a peroertace
atj their earnings tt t-brtstmss. snanv
rf downtown larks bt?ve M
laaiaead] tbeir lateorton 'of preoeaitlna
t . tbe?- Mnpt"r-e? go'd p'ece. of ffHti
?? ? ? ??* Wsnv of the l.'g .r re. Will
follow tbotr wsoal pi a* of profit
?TvtRM r%t? ist? ?i?rr
I.awoon Pa Daresnher ? ? Pa
l">-e ?* a fraejoent ealUr at th* boroe
of Korea pmlledtae. ? well-to-do Itsl
ran merchant, of Went CUhaan Avwae..
tbta city Tb? foorieantb enild
dsoghtor was bora steawera*'
htrs Pailadino ?? aatf 'htitj yaatfs
sid. aad among the foui lean strwasj.
??a.'!.y chi;?r?r. are teve-*i ?.wtoo
Action Against Colonel Gaynor
by United States for $500,000
Hyrufu?.-. S. Y. rjaccmb.-i | ?Tile
sun of 1 tu ' nllej Mint.? naTslMl Co!
ciit-l f> ujuur wtmi i'U<'r mew
B?M| al Ins family tsj rtuvir aoujl
?5UW..J0?. all.KiJ proceeao of the Sa
nmmmk harbor frauds of Isar, has heag
s'iU. il *?* MtMt*. Th.- deute ;:i the
oaae wan signed by lulled .st.uu?
Judge lUy at Norwich yesterday. Col.
onel Gaynor did nut contribute to the
a< ttleineiit. and. according to govern
BMM attorneys, la practically without
fiiadg William T. Gaynoi and Bdward
11. Uayaos, brothers of the colonel;
Annie liiiynor, iiia g later, and attaa
kvAthef?M 'rnynor, his daughter, sup?
plied fuada for the settlement, the Iujii
n. 1111. .1 paying more than three-fourttia
ot the total amount.
Marion Erwin, special assistant to
the Palled States Attorney-General,
.Uni Edward 1. Johiieon. an expert ac
i ountant who worked on the cast from
the time indictments were found
against Colonel Gaynor, Benjamin
Green? and Captain oberiln M Carter.
Claimed to have traced $i3G.OJ3 In
securities alleged to have been taken
fiom the government through the Sa?
Of the ?nc.OOO all but the |125.0<V
pnld In settlement is uV-luted to be
the property of the defendants and is
secured against further action by
the gowrnment Judge Kay's decree
gives the government the right to pro?
ceed against any new assets which It
SLOW PROGRESS MADE
o?iy Oam atoll ?f nawaeaad Koreau?
Hair Told Their Slorlra.
Seoul. Korea, Decemt-er 8.? two
weeks have elapsed sire e the begin?
ning of the trial of the IM Koreans
charged with conspiring against trie
life of Count Teraucht. t"e Japanese
general-elect, and only one-half of the
i-rison- rs have undergone direct ex?
amination by Judge Suzuki. The
rules of procedure require that this
examination be baaed strictly upon
the dossier handed In by tho public
procurator, which gives tii? rt suits of
the police examinations.
Tne court continues to a'.low the
prisoners the greatest latitude. The
long stories they tell of terrible ha'd
snips at the hands of the police c.-ur
::ig their preliminary examinations run
unchecked and increase dally lr. l.ar
iowirg detail, notwithstanding the
;rote?ts of the defendants' counsel
These in open court u-ge their client"
not to dwell upon the stories which
?.hey maintain, challenge belief are* are
likely to prove Ineffective The de?
fendants are advlsel to produce ma?
terial evidence, alibis and oocuir.ents
eyhlch can be used by their counsel
with some effect;
Among the witnesses whose pres?
ence has been demanded by counsel for
the defense are several American mis?
sionaries, the police Inspector and hie
Judge Suiukl has promised t.-.s-t he
wtn conduct a searching examination
of all evidence presented.
L'p to the present tune the trial has
not presented the slightest Indication
of prejudice against the Christian
THEY WOULDN'T SHUT UP
So Keeper Turne Prisoners Loose, and
Haa Nice, Quiet lUde.
Atlanta. Ge December ?"1 said to
them prisoners: "Here, you folks in
there, if you don't shut up that yelllnp.
I'm goin' to turn every one of you out
this fur f um home. They wouldn't
stop, so I unlocked the cage, and told
'em to beat it_ They did.'"
Thlo ?rs the explanation given to?
day t? Chief of Police Hovers by George
?fn-rtHton. driver of the city workhouse
'?an cage, regarding th. escape of five
prtaeaeri from the ra~o last night,
after ho had started on a "Joy rtd?'
that resulted In the calling out of all
the polic. reserves of the city b?for.
he was found.
None of the prisoners, three of whorr
were negro men and one- a regro wo?
man, had been raptured to-night- Ham?
ilton, centrsl figure In the escapade
i was reltased from his cell In the city
Koreenaf: t IrEim i?fair and nock
cwtder Monday; Tuesday fair. wlta
alow I.v ri.in- tempt rnturc; brink
N'.rth Carolina?Fair, asnrb eolder
Monday; Toed., fain brink northwest
Sperial I.oral Data for Yeaterday.
Ill noon te nperature . 3*1
* P. M. temperature . 53
Maximum temperature up to 8
P M. . .*. . j:,
Minimum temperature up to I
P. M. . 44
Mean temperature . 59
Normal temperature. 42
Kxcoes In temperature . ?
Deficiency in temperature since
March 1 . 57
Atiiri deficiency !n temperature
since January t.419
Deficiency In rainfall elnce March
Accum deficiency in rainfall aince
January 1 .$.75
local Observation ? P. M- Yesterday.
Timperature . id
f turn Id it v. tl
i wind? direction .8. W
; Wind?velocity . *
' ntriTION* l\ IMPORT % XT i ITU a.
lAt % P M Pastern Standard Time >
place. Tner. U. T. LT. Weather.
Aahev He . 42 55 ?C Cloudy
Atlanta ...... ?a ?J 4? Rafi
Atlantic City '? M 44 Clm.dy
Boston . 41 4? N Cloudy
Puflalo . It 40 1? C ear
Calgary .4e 51 If Clear
CTariaetea .. ?4 7? ?4 Cloudy
Chicago . ie ?? II Clear
Denver .td 4* ?0 P clojdy
-.uluth . -> 3 -? Clear
GaJvesto-n _ 4? (2 It Cloudy
ifatteraa .5? <* -t Clear
ifarre . 42 M tt Clear
fsrW?onv11le . TJ T? < I Cesr
Kara,a CTty . 1? ft H Clear
l/oittsviiir . ti * i ciowiy
Mcntgomerv . IS ?2 4? P clo'ldy
v,e Orleans . ,? c; St co?dy
New York 44 ?I 21 Cloudy
Norfolk . ?e r.< t< Cloudy
oklihoma ** 4* * t Cloude
plttasijra-h . "A *? ~\ ci-ydy
Rylelah -4 '?* *: P. cloudy
M I.oaie ..... M >? 22 Clear
'mi. pssal . ... ? ? I Clear
ekin Peanrtsco <s 44 C'.r ,r
siMnask .... M "7 ?4P cloudy
sp..V.-ne . .. s? ?? ?l Clear
Tampa . eg ?s si Clear
V. ashington i* "i <'loudv
Winntnag 1? It 1* r eioudy
.O r-hevlTle It 42 *t4 P cloudy
reeara>er 5, *.':.
- - '? hlarwnag ? It
?as. iste . i n Cves'aaj t t?
prison on ?100 bond He will be tried
In the City Court to-morrow after
noon on a charge of Intoxication and
disorderly conduct. I.ater he will feco
chargee before the Board of Police
The yeUlag of the prisoners is said
to haVes been dtie to the speed which
ilainllton maintained with his team
during the early stages of his ride.
"I had a real, nice comfortable ride,
free from noise, after them prisoner
beat it," said Hamilton, closing his in?
terview with the chief of police.
All of the prisoners had been sen
leaned to thirty-day terms in the
workhouse at the afternoon session of
the Pity Court, and Hamilton was re?
turning them to the workhouse when
tho "Joy ride" Idea seised him. One
of the prisoners was later to face a
more serious charge than drunkenness,
on which all were convicted.
Or. (ilaagaw Arnastroeg.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
Htaunton, Vs., December 8.?Dr.
Glasgow Armstrong died yesterday af?
ternoon, aged thirty-eight years, leav?
ing h<* wife, who was Misa Jessie
Howling, of this city Dr. Armstrong
was a native of Salem. He was edu?
cated at Itoanoke College, Washing?
ton and Lee University. sni was
graduated in medicine from tho?Uni?
versity of the City of New l'ork.
spend.ng two years as interne at
Bellet ue Hospltsl, New York, snd com?
ing to btaunton in 1901 to enter on
the practice of his profession. id
which he was very successful until
hlg health began to fail, about two
years ago He waa the son of Dr. and
Mrs W. |>. Armstrong, of this city,
who survive hltn. He was a grandson
of the late William A. Glasgow, af
Lexington. Dr. Armstrong was a
member of the First Presby tel lan
Church of this city, of the Phi Gamma
Helta Greek letter society, of the
Knights of Pythias. Elks snd Eagles.
? ol. Vincent A. Wile her.
(Special to The Time?-Dispatch j
Chatham. Va.. December 8.?Colonel
risseeat A. Winner, of RlcevJlle, pitt
svivania County, died at his home on
Tuesday, after an Illness of short
duration, although be had been in fall?
ing health for some time. He was
neuring his eightieth birthday, and
served with much bravery and distinc?
tion during tne struggle of the early
slxtios lie entered the war as cap?
tain, arid was promoted many times
for his splendid service His activities
were for the most part in the moun?
tain..'.s gectloots of Virginia and West
Virginia. Sin e the war he had passed
hi* life upon his farm. Hs is survived
by several children. Interment was
in the family cemetery neu' his home.
lOSStS J. Wooding.
[Special to The Tun's-Dispatch .
fTtalhant, Va.. December 8.?Foote
Johnson Wnodir.g, a prominent citizen
Of this place, died Fr<day from an at?
tack of apoplexy of a few hours' dura?
tion. Mr Wooding was born In Pitt
?ylvanla County, near Chalk Level,
about fifty-nine years ago. and his
early manhood was passed upon his
fathefa farm. About thirty vear- isj
ho cum? to l?M place. At the time
of his death he was local buyer for
the Ligeett & Meyers Company About
r'r years ago he marrb-i Miss Park
tv hits bend, who. with two tittle gins
survive Three sisters- -Mrs. J E.
.Veal, of Danville Miss Ettaa Brown,
of South Richmond: Mrs. Lou Adams,
of Bavaaaah, Ga?and one brother. W
J Wooding, of this place, aiso survive.
Mr Weeding was a member of P'tt
* vivaria Loipe o' Masons, and he was
buried with the honors of th* frater?
nity in the Chstham Cemetery this af
W. 1 Pa i ton
[Speeial to The Tlmes-Dispatc! |
Frederlcksburg. Va. December I ?
W. L Patton. a well-known citlxen
and Confederate soldier, died here af?
ter a lingering illness, at tbe advanced
age ?f eighty-two yeara He is sur?
vived by three daughters and two sor.e
John L. Edward?.
[Ppeelsl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch ;
Hamp-.i n. Va , December S?John L
Edwards, forty-four year* old. for?
merly '( York County, died guddenlv
here this morning He is survived by
a widow and two children
Mrs. Margaret 9. Gillette.
'Special to The Times-Pispat.-h 1
Fmporla. Va., December 8.?Mrs.
Marpsret Smith Gil>tte. wife of Amos
W. Gillette, a prominent merchant of
North Kmyyiria. died this sftexnoon at
4 o'clock Sne had been 111 of pneu?
monia for the past nine days. Mrs.
Gillette at the time af her death was
about twenty-seven year? of age She
was a dntiehter of Dr and Mrs Hugh
Smith, of TIsre|sonb'trg She Is sur?
vived bv psrents husband and three
Plllllass C. Pear.
(Sp<cial to The Tinrces-Plspat-rt l
Wlillam C. Fear, for fifty years a
lee sens live er.glue-r. dleo yesterday
sft?rr.-rr. at ft* o'clock at the home
of his son. Lc-rrue] H. Fear. 3*4 West
i'urv Street. He wss eighty years old.
!Hls widow and three children survive.
Mr. Fear ws? widely known through?
out the city, heving miny friends an',
.being trusted at all t'mee bv his um
' plovers and associates. Hl* to** will
be h personal one to the little children
af his neighborhood.
J. .11. Roseablart.
j [Ppectal to The Tlmes-Dlspstch ;
Bristol. Vs.. December 8.?J. M.
Rosenblatt, a brother of W I.. F
Reaenhlatt, of Br'stol, died to-day of
pr.en;- or :a at Greensboro. N '
FORD.?Died, at her late residence.
6<ii Randolph Street. Sunday. De?
cember ?. 1913, at 1 P. M. NANNIE
d FORD, wife of R H. Ford, aged
forty-three yeare. She leaves to
mourn their los? a devoted husband
snd six children.
Farewe'l. my husband, dear, fars
Adieu, fsresrell to tbee
And you. my dear children alt.
Farewell farewell, to you.
Our mother la gone and wc are ;e-'t.
The iocs of her to mourn.
Bu? may we hope to meet with her
with Christ before God's thron?
Weep not thst her t^Ils ?re ovet.
Weeg? n<-t that her race is run
God grant we may rent aa calr
When o"r wo-k like her? ?e done.
Till then we yield with gladness
Our mother to Him to keap.
And rejotce la the sweat a?s-.irane*?
He giveth His loved one* aleop. ^
How we miss yen. our dear another.
Tea. we miss yoe everywhere.
As around our lonely fireside
We st^ll see yonjr empty chair
r>ti. how our hearts ?re a-bfng
For vopr f*c* no more to ass tie.
?-d without vo-ir lovlrg presence
IfS ao more Hfce home to is.
Funeral notice later.
FPAR-Died, st the residence of hie
son. Lemuel 11. 1'ear. IC4 Wr?t Cary
I - et. at ?11 r M December ?.
W. C. FKtn In Ms eightieth year,
l.-av'ng a wife end ihr. e children
F-.toeral et p"< Fls.ee M> ' h" ?t
. I TPKHDAT. 8 P. M
ROBINaO.N ?The fuaarei of rAMTfci
M RcvgiNaON. of Liberty. 9 C.
?bot? dsav-. ^ru-red at tbe gacr??:
H'ar? H"epl?v Spokane argon. OOJ
rr'.dav. Novemb-r ft 1*1? waa he**
?oturdsv r*e**er?ber 7 lfll at 4
-k IfollTwo. i CemecarT
go-tt C*. r* .?I*r? p.***e c-jy.
Tan Cleghorn Wounded by W.
F. Cov.hran, Brother-in-Law
of Miss Marchman
Ashburn. Ge.. December 8.?Tat
Cleghorn. who ?ai a close friend o,
Mies Minnie Mart huiaai, U?? young
woman whi) died at her homo near here
rseantly. after having been tn convul
atons /or four days. waa shot an.,
wounded on the streets here to-n.ght
W. K. Cochran. brother-in-law of ti.e
dead girl, and who was lirominent tn
tho Investigation of the girl a myalorl
out death, trag it ranted, ahasgsd witb
the shooting lie was later release.,
on bond. t'leghorn is aaid la hav
been approached by Cochran, who drev.
a revolver and tired at aataag range
Tho victim fell to the ground and was
picked up by friends and carried gWgJ
Tho assailant, believing that he had
killed Cleghorn. gave himself up tc
Sheriff Branch. When It waa learned
that Cleghorn had not b.en killed, an
was ul llrst thought. Cochran was re
leaned on bond furnished by hit.
Members of the family of the dead
girl bellevtd at the time of her deati
that she hitd been poisoned. They had
her stomach ?xamlned for traces ot
i* leon. None was found by a chemlet
Cochran. Implicated In to-night's
shooting, proposed to have the body
exhumed and a fuller examination
made, but the plan was abandoned.
According lo the mother of the dead
girl, her last words were;
"I never want to see Tan .'1-ghori
again. Me has ruined my Ufa."
Just previous to her fatal Illness
Miss Marchman had taken a buggy
ride with Cleghorn to this place, and
it la alleged he hgd given her fruit
tita?1C rot. to LONG i Ii l
survivor Thinks All Who Escaped Will
Die as Qaawea Did.
New Tork. PecenthSf | ?Many T<
eanle disaster survivors are agreed
that the'.r harrowlntr experiences !r
that cais.m'.ty w'l! shorten their lives
R. W. Daniels, a bond salesman, who
waa one of the last men to lesp from
the deck of the crk'n',' steamer with
the late r*olor:el \r. h'baid Grac'e and
who -irrlve.i on the Cedrlc yesterday,
had sn engagement to A'.n- with CM
snel Orestia, of whose death he was
Ignorant ur*:l Informed bv a newspaper
man He nearly collapsed when told
Colonel Oracle a fans raj had Just beer,
"It Is hard for me to ?xp'.aln Juwt
how terrible that news Is to rr.e?over
and beyond the --^p-s- ;-.<! aff-etion 1
had for Colone* Oracle,- he said "AV
of us who came through that experi
en-e have fei? that our I've* were
shortened Trier- Id t sreat fear and
apprehenalcn hl etat m'nds whi^h will
follow us for the rt .vt of our ;ivee
I have talked with survivors of Da
Bourgrvgne Most ef those who were
brought, to shore from her were short -
lite* doibi.es $20? valve
Nwsllewi Kuby, Also Worth fZOo, at
Lacrosse. ?Vis . December I.?A
white Piyrrsouth Roclc, hen on display
at the Western Wiaconsin foultry
show, valued at *-0?>. waa wort .
twice that sum yesterday, as the re?
sult of swallow .ng ? iiOO ruby whU :?
dropped from a setting: tn a rlnr
worn by Char.ee V K-eler. of Wins
mac. Ind . one of the judges.
The hen belorgs to L C Ptnvilie
of Montfort, Wts Whl.e Keeler was
abo.it to examine the bird, the most
valuable in tr.e eh< w. the gem drop?
ped, and quick as a flash the hen
gulped It down Kellet*1 affered iJsta
vllle 1200 for the bird, and eu se
'luently Increased the bid to l?"0. bit
the latter refused both offers, and
the loser left here for home artttte ?
NOT FUR THIEVES
Two s>ospe<-ts A rrr?ied in Js-kson Re?
leased Erosa Cnstody.
A telegram received yesterday m-Tn
mg by Chief of Police Werner fron:
Chief of P thee All- ~. of Ja-kson. Miss
stated tha? th- two in n. I M Bake
and Waher Hall, arrested th-re as
suspicious characters, believed to have
stolen l.'.OOO worth of furs in this c:tv
had been rel. ased from custody.
Wh?n word was received from Jach
son is't Saturday that the alleged
. thieves were ander arrest. Cap.ain of
; I*etectlveo McMshon Immediate;
wired to Chief Allen d-s-rlpt'ons of
: th various skins rtolen a week age
from Charles Maase *? HctiJ. Ill Waat
Hroad Street The furs which Baker
and Hall had In their possession. an-1
1 which they are said to have been gall*
; !ng at cheap prices, did not tally with
the description of those stolen ir. that
city, and they were a-cordlnglv freed.
SHOT THREE TIMES
Dispute Between "V'fcri.ce I I ad* t.. II
lesssled Murder la Jackson \t ard.
i A long-stand.ng dispute between tan
' negroes last night at tP2<> o'clock re
' suited in an attempted murder at
Brook Avenue and Cal-.oun itreet, whei.
John Harrte, of *0? God-lln Street, war
1 shot three times and probably fatal.:
wounded by Mullen Wilson, who es?
caped. One of the bullets passed
through Harris's Pft arm. a aeond hi
' him In the left breast, and the thlr<:
or. the riafct side.
He was ruehed to the City Hoapital
by Dr. R 1. Hawkins, ambulance ?ur
ceon. lit was immediately operated
:pon It waa aald later that he wa- ?
resting easily, and It was thought thai
he had a fair chance to recover.
! A warrant was sworn out for tV
; arrest of M?ller, but there was bo clu?
to his whereabouts at ar. early hot;:
Escaped Erata Road Force
Moaa Allen, colored, who saansaad
several days ago from the ro?d fcrre
In Chesterfield County was captured
j sei si thai by Bicycle Policeman Bot*'
Pnd locked UP St ih.e ?ecnTld Police
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