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AT THE HAGUE
Demand For Protection of Private
Property at Sea
MAY NOT BE DISCUSSED
American lie I <-t o t < ? Have Not Tel
Presented It to llio Conference ?
V>i< ot Nrn' i:xplo<lv?D or New In*
ventliins For Ordinance FnTowd?
nnmdnm Ballets Canaidered?Th?
Asphyxiating ????cs Coudesuued.
CBy Telegraph to Vlrtrlnlnn-PI'ot.)
The Hague, Juno 22.?The American
demand for the protection of private
property at sea has not yet been pre
sentcd to the Peace Conference. An?
drew D. White, heart of the American
delegation, on Tuesday, requested the
Prosldenl of the Conference, M. dc
Staal, to BUbm.lt tho question to the
conference, at the same time Huggest
Ing that the proper way to bring the
matter up for dlaiusshm?wrrald be u>
assemble a plenary conference, submit
tii" (Jinti and have it referred to
n ?? immktsion for examination.
MAY NOT BE DISCUSSED.
M, do Staal has not yet arrived at
n di Islon, a.s tlio American proposal
hn not been translated into French,
It is the gl neral opinion that the de ??
egales of the great powers are abso?
lutely opposed to raiding the question,
arguing the Incompetence of the con?
ference to do so under, the terms of
Count MuravlefT'8 circular, M. do
Staal having declared at the opening
of the conference, with the approval or
the delegates, that under no circum?
stances WOUlC I bo conference discuss
any question not contained in ihe cir-|
cular. Several delegates declare there
Is little chance of I he question being
discussed, but that If that is discussed
America will be opposed with the ut?
After short sessions of the sub-com?
mittees of War und Navy, at which re?
ports by Major General Den Boer Poor
tugael, of tho Dutch delegation, and
Count Soltyk. the Austrian naval cx
? pert, were respectively adopted, the
first committee to meet to discuss the
same in the above order.
The delegates declared In favor of
any state using any new explosives or
new inventions fur ordnance. Russia
and Bulgaria alone refraining from vot?
The question of dumdum bullets was
discussed. Major General Sir .lohn Ar
daugh, or the British delegation, de?
claring that dumdums should only be
used against nn uncivilized foe.
The conference flnnlly resolved in fa?
vor of prohibiting the use of bullets.
Which easily spread Of Hatten out in the
human body, such ns explosive bullets,
bullets in n hardened case which does
not entirely cover the point, or bullets
with an Incision.
The British and American delegates
alone voted in tho negative.
The use of any new explosives In
projectiles from balloons was prohib?
ited for live years:
AS IM i Y X 1 ATINO GAS KS.
Count Soltyk's report was then taken
up. It declared that tho sub-commit?
tee, though unable to agree regarding
the proposed abolition of naval arms,
submarine torpedo boats and the use
of explosives, had declared against the
use of asphyxiating gases, which the
first committee also apprdved.
PEACE IN SAMOA.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHAMBERS AND
ADMIRAL KAUTZ SUSTAINED.
(By telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Washington, Juno 2:'.?The Secretary
of Stale last night received a dispatch
from the Hon. Bartldtt Tripp, United
States Commissioner at Samoa, saying
that peace had been restored in ihe
island; tho commission had sustained
the decision of Chief Justice Chambers
In tho contested case of the election of
tho King; that Malietoa Tanu has re?
signed; the kingship was to be abol?
ished and a provisional government es?
Admiral Kautz reported his arrival at
San Francisco last evening by tele?
graph to the Navy Department, but
made no report upon Samoan affairs.
This will probably be committed to the
mails. His otlioial superiors are fully
satislied with his conduct while at Apia.
The Admiral retains his assignment as
commander-ln-chlcf of the forces on the
Pacific station, and the Philadelphia
will be retained in commission, though
being subjected to some necessary re?
pairs and docking at once.
STATE CONVENTION FOR BRYAN
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Louisville. Ky., June 22.?Tho second
day of tho Democratic convention was
a blank s.> far ns proceedings of record
go. Under the surface, however, it was a
busy day of electioneering and wire pull?
ing. Two short sessions were held, one
in the morning and one In the even?
ing. At the former, committees were ap?
pointed and a recess was taken until
evening to allow them to work. This
evening the Credential Committee, hav?
ing scarcely begun Its Work, the con?
vention adjourned until 9 o'clock to?
The committee will havo to dispose of
some 300 scuts. Its deliberations will
govern the length of the convention,
and. if radical action be taken In any
one direction, it may effectively Influ?
ence the nominations. The Stone-Goo
bel combination is still master of the
situation, having control of tho ma?
chinery of I he convention. This was
demonstrated twice to-day In the forc?
ing of an adjournment.
Chairmen Itedwlne and the other
temporary officers, It Is believed, will
be retained in the permanent organiza?
To-night the Hnrdln people are Imisy
working on the Stone delegates, for It
Is In this direction their only hope lies.
They are using the argument that the
Ooebel followers are using the Btone
Goebel combination for purely selfish
purposes, ami that they will attempt
to nominate the Kenton county leader
for Governor, regardless of the tacit
und rstandlng that Stone should re:
ceive this prize.
Mi auwhlle there Is no sign of weak?
ness in the combination. Stone or Goe
bel may he nominated for Governor,
and the report of the Committee on
Credentials may decide the race. The
make-up of the remainder of the ticket
will depend upon the selection for Gov?
ernor. The platform will declare for
Bryan und silver, nnd Is likely to con?
tain an anti-trust pi.ink.
CONFERS DEGREES UPON AD?
MIRAL SCHLEY AND GEN.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Washington, June 22.?Tho honorary
degree of LL. D. \vaa to-day conferred
liy Georgetown University on Rear Ad?
miral Wlnfleld Scott Schley and George
w. Melville; Major-General Joseph
Wheeler, Hon. w. Bourkc Cock ran, of
New York; Dr. .Samuel Rusey, District
of Columbia; Dr. Daniel Browcr, of
Illinois, anil Hon. Thomas ticrran,
Tailed Si.iles of Colombia. General
Wheeler, Dr. Browcr and lion. Thomas
Herren Were unavoidably absent.
The presentation occurred during the
annual commencement exercises of the
University. When the honorary de?
grees were c< nferred the rector of the
University announced that fiir years it
has been the policy of I he institution
to confer the honorary degree of 1.' ictor
of Laws upon certain of Hie nation's
men who have honored their country
and rellected glory on themselves.
Iii- Bald it was lit and proper Hint
Georgetown University shall honor one
of Hie country's most noble s ns, Rear
Admiral Schley, the hero of Santiago.
As the Admiral stepped to the centre
of the platform men nnd women nrose
en masse and pandemonium reigned.
Waving of handkerchiefs, shouts, clap?
ping of hands and stumping uf feet
marked the occasion.
The undcr-graduates were unrestrain?
ed In their demonstrations. Cries of
"What's tho matter with Schley? He's
all right" nnd like outbursts tilled the
hall. Rear Admiral Melville was also
tho recipient of generous applause as ht
was handed his degree.
The address to the graduates was
made by Bourke Cockran.
A BANK ROBBED.
A SNEAK THIEF SECURES TEX
(By Tel? graph to Virglninn-Pllot.)
Boston, June 22.--A sneak thief 011
tcrcd ih" Metropolitan N tlonal Hank
hero to-day and stole ?10,w0 while the
paying teller's attention was drawn
away for a moment. The man entered
the bank at about 11 o'clock nnd the
ndler was asked for some directions
about sending a money older. The tel?
ler gave the Information desired and
the stranger stood nt the counter np
parently making notes. .lust then the
'.eller was call, d to another part of the
office oTftl IPS \ Isitor quickly thrust his
arm through the grating of the window
and took fifty $100 notes and five $1,000
A young lady stenographer In the
bank say the man's net ion, but he es?
caped. He was apparently about 2S
years of age und well dressed.
THE THIEF ARRESTED.
New York, June 22.?Detectives from
the Central Office arrested the Boston
brink robber ns he alighted from a
train at the Grand Central station to?
night at ?> o'clock. The stolen money
was found on his person, lie gave the
name of George Shea, and said he was
21 years Old. His real name is Philip S.
Zimble. Ho lives in Chicago and is a
well known crook.
RUSSIA BUYING GUNS.
A TREMENDOUS ORDER OFFER?
ED AMERICAN MANUFAC?
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Bridgeport, Conn., June 22.?It whb
learned to-day that within a shnrt time
the plant of the American Ordnance
Company has been visited by n repre?
sentative of the Czar of Russia.
It is stated that the ordnance' com?
pany was asked by the representative
of the Czar whether the following
order could be filled: One hundred field
batteries of six guns each, six and
twelve puinders. quick fire guns, and)
1.600 caissons and Umbers.
The value of the order would be \
about So.oon.noo. The officials of the ord?
nance company refuse admit or d ny
that such an order has been placed, j
Two Bristol Boys - row ?eil.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Wilmington, X. C, Jude 22.?Two
hiight boys, Edmond M l mrln and
John Murphy, aged respectively u and
IS years, were drowned to-day i:> Lake
Waccama.v. Columbus county. They
went to the lake on an excursion run
from this city by St. Andrew's Pn -
byterian Sunday Fehod. The remains
were brought to the city on Hie ex?
cursion train at 6 o'clock, and were met
at the depot by members of the re?
spective families. Edmond McLaurm
was the son of Mr. L. W. McLaurin. n
well-known business man of this city,
and John Murphy waa the son of Mrs.
Sarah Murphy, a widow lady, who re?
sides on Walnut street,.
Filipino Commissioner Must Serve
Twelve Years in Prison.
SENTENCED TO DEATH
Colonel Arsnellos Atlvoencjr or Anton
omy A m'i i>st si (x < on ii 11 ) incii t'ulla
Down Ilm WrnDi of Con??? res? lipon
hin Mentt?Washington Ree I men l
4 n|iiuro? Geiternl I'lo <lel I'llnr'm
KrnSM Hand of lilghtyalvro Pieren.
(P.y Telegraph to Vlrsini.m-Pilot.)
Manila, Juno 22.?7:30 p. m.?Details
of tho rentoncing of Colonel Arguol'.ec?,
a Filipino commissioner, to twelve
years' Imprisonment, have Just been
Obtained here, it was at first reported
that hin condemnation by the Filipinos
was duo to the friendship lie displayed
toward Americans; hut the information
Just obtained shows tliu accusation
against him was not based on his peace
conference at Manila, as supposed.
They confirm President Schurman'a be
FRANCE HAS A
Senator Waldeck-Roussaau Com?
pletes Task Assigned Him.
A CELL FOR DREYFUS
.n.iini'n of ilio Hen Wlio Compoao site
Row Ministry-llxnnie of Wny In
Which Drcs'fui (me Una Hcvoln
(Ionized Political Conditions ?
Kcw<i|inporf Protoat a;ninn
Treating Urcyfoana n i rlmluiil.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Paris, June 22.?Senator Waldeck
Rousseau wns recalled to the Elysee
Palace this morning, where President
Loubet proposed that he form a Cabi?
Late this afternoon the announce?
ment was made that Senator Waldeck
Rousseau had completed the forma?
tion of a Cabinet.
Tho Senat ir. accompanied by the new
Cabinet Ministers, proceeded to tlre
Elyscc Palace nt 0:10 p. m. to present
his colleagues to President Loubet.
THE CONTROVERSY OVER REAR ADMIRAL SCHLEY.
Tho enemies of Hear Admiral Schley, after attempting to prove that he did
not smash Ccrvera's fleet, arc now using the Brooklyu's loop story to provo that
Schley was afraiJ of the Spaniards and was trying to get away. As usual. Schley
is saying nothing. The conduct of the Brooklyn before oud after the loop incident
would seem to plainly indicate that setting sway from the Spaniards was tho
last thing Schley was thinking of. He has ul.e.ady explained that tho loop was
necessary tu prevent the BrooUlyu from blsulcetiug the lire of tho American ships.
I iff in hia sincerity and show that his
advocacy of autonomy among the in?
surgents' was treated as treason.
Tho charge against the Colonel was
that in conversation with Filipino oili
cers he predicted that disorders with?
in the insurgent territory would iead to
civil war, and, therefore, ho naid he
considered autonomy under the Ameri?
cans preferable to independence. The
Filipino Congress tried him on thc
chargc of treason, ana a heated debate
over autonomy followed. Finally, the
Colonel was sentenced to death, but
this was commuted to 12 years' impris?
onment, on account Of his previous ser?
vices to the cause, after an eloquent
plea upon the pari of his counsel.
Colonel Arguelles is one of the most
conservative und respected men ldentl
Med with the Insurrection,
THE DEPARTURE OF VOLUN?
The rebels have learned that the
American volunteers are returning to
the United States, and the Filipino
newspapers s'how that they construe
i this to mean that the Americans are
abandoning the war and are encouraged
BRASS BAND CAPTURED.
i The outposts of the ?Washington Reg
! iment yesterday captured General Plo
! del Pilar's brass band, of eighty-two
i pieces, the members of which some
j bow became separated from the rebel
i army and came near the American lines
I without having the meansof resistance.
I Some Chinamen of Manila have tiled
I a claim against the Instruments, which.
it appears, were leased by the musl
I cians of General Pio del Pllnr,
THE NEW CABINET.
The now Cabinet, as organized, Js as
President of the Council of Ministers
and Minister of the Interior?Senator
Minister of Foreign Affairs?M. Del
Minister of War?General, the Mar?
Minister of Marine?M. de Lar.essan.
Minister of Justice?M, Monis.
Minister of Finance?M. Caillaux.
Minister of Commerce?M. Millerand.
Minister of Public Instruction?M.
Minister of the Colonies?M. de Crals.
Minister of Agriculture?M. Jean
Minister of Publlo Works?M. Pierre
AN EXTRAORDINARY EXAMPLE.
The appointment of General, The
Marquis d'Gallifet, as Minister of War,
1? an extrordlnary example of the way'
in which the Dreyfus case has revo?
lutionized political conditions. For'
years past the General lias been the
bugaboo of the Extremists, not only be- j
cause of his monarchical sympathies,
but on account of the rigorous manner'.
In which he took part In repressing tho
commune. His entry Into the cnblnet
la undoubtedly due to Iiis attitude to?
wards the Dreyfus ease, which has been
throughout favorable to Dreyfus, al?
though he holds that the proclamation
of the prisoner's innocence should not]
Include placing the responsibility for
the apparent judicial blunders, upon the
Senator Waldeck-Rousseau entered I
parliament from Renne?, where he once
NEWS OF MINISTERS.
Paris, June ;?.'.?Le Cburrier du Solr
publishes an Interview this cvenli .
with General, The Marquis de Oallifet,
the new Minister of War, who Is rep?
resented as saying:
"I urn reproached Cor my attitude In
1S71. At that time 1 serve! the major?
ity, the constitution and th'> I tw us a
soldier on the active list. 1 have re?
mained silent until now. To-day 1 I'm 1
the army talking far too much. 1 am,
as l was thirty years ago. at t':.? ser?
vice of the majority, the constitution
and the law."
The Minister of Commerce. Alexandre
Mlllerand. Radio l s iclallst. In an Inter?
view published by the same paper, is
report!d as * tying:
"The Republicans have qoncludcd an
armistice in order to meet the enemies
of the republic, and to restore things i"
their proper plans in the army, the
magistracy and the admtnlstratl ?n."
NEW CABINET FAVORS DREYFUS.
The new Cabinet Is a strong combi?
nation, and Is wholly in favor of Dn y
fus; but sine I: contains such extreme
men as Marquis d'Galllrel and M. Mll?
lerand, it cm hardly be expected to
have a long career. M. Waldcck-Uous
scan, who is perhaps the most ru ? :ess
ful leader at the French bar. loses an
Income of i'JO.OjO by becoming mlnis
Except in connection with the Drey?
fus affair, the new ministry bar. lit?
tle Interest, and is received rather
coolly. The Dreyfusltos are delighted,
and tho anger oi tho dntl-Dreyfusites
know no bounds.
PROTEST FROM NEWSPAPERS.
Ren lies. Fiance. June 22.?Tin re is
ab.-'dute Ignorance here ns to the ar?
rival of Captain Alfred Dreyfus. The
town Is quiet.
Workmen have completed placll ad?
ditional bars across the window of the
cell Intended for Ihe prisoner. The local
newspapers are protesting against this
Indignity, asserting that Dreyfus ought
to be treated merely ns an accused oili
cer and not as a criminal.
FOR ACCEPTING AMERICAN MON?
EY?YELLOW FEVER AT SAN?
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Havana, June 22.?Oeneral Enrique
Collazo, who was u member of the staff
of the Into Oeneral Callxto Garcia, nnd
who, from time to time, lias attacked
the American military administration
through the press of Havana, to-day
denounced the Cubans for accepting
money from the United States, and calls
them "cowards" for doing h >. He says:
"Dignity should come before the calls
[ of the stomach. What we want is that
the intcrveners should conduct them?
selves as the American people at largo
desire, and not In accordance with the
wishes of those, hero and in W. shlug
ton. wlui are seeking personal enrich?
ment through lucrative Negotiations.
"l.et the administration deilne a
policy that will enable us to know what
to do to-day and in the future, and
then act in accord with its spir.t. The
American people recognize the truth in
the report .,f General Miles and dis?
regard General Algcr'S greed Let us
speak but candidly nnd truthfully, tell?
ing what we e.insider our duty und out
right. The Spaniards dominated here
foi four centuries without rte-i !ub mix?
ing us. Let us not become American?
YELLOW FEVER AT SANTIAGO.
Santiago do Cuba. Juno 22.? In con?
sequence of the outbn nlc of yellow
fever the garrison of United Stat'-s
tro ps lu re bus been removed from the
old Spanish barracks to n comfortabh
enmp in the hills, on the road to I 1
Mono. Thus far four soldiers have died
of the fever nnd there uro eighteen
cases in tho hospitals?Ona civilian h is
succumbed to the disease and there nre
three civilians suspects.
GIRLS QUIT WORK.
CHEROOT MAKERS IN RICHMOND
DEMAND INCREASE OF PAY.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va., June 22.?About 1,200
girls engaged in cheroot making at the
Whitlock branch of the American To
bacco Company quit work to-day.
Whether they will resume to-morrow
remains to bo seen. Mr. Philip Whlt
locki proprietor of the factory and ac?
tive manager, said to-night that he
thought practically everybody would b*
at work to-morrow. Several girls, who
must l>e regarded as out nnd out str Iv?
ors, were much more uositlve that no?
body would work unless certain de?
mands are complied with. The bunch
breakers demanded an Increase of 1
cent and the rollers the same. Both
demands were refused. Mr. Whltlook
had all work suspended about noon
He says he believes all, or nearly ail,
the girls will resume work to-morrow
morning. Many of the girls say they
will bo at the factory at 7 o'clock in
the morning to see that nobody girs
to work. so it seems likely that what
Is really neither a strike, nor a tie up,
nor a lockout, may become something
of all three.
ELK'S ELECT OFFICERS.
AN ALABAMA MAN" ELECTED
GRAND EXALTED RULER.
(By Telegrapti to Virginlan-Pilot.i
St. Louis. Mo., June 22.?The Grand
Lodge B. P. O- E. wound up the busi?
ness to-night by the election of Hie fol?
Grand Exalted Ruler, Hon. II. B.
Allen, of Birmingham, Ala.; Grind
Leading knight, Charles H. Fu te ol
Minneapolis; Grund Secretary, George
A. Reynolds; Grand Treasurer. U 8.
Orris, of Meadvilc, Pa.; Grand Esteem?
ed I?ynl Knight. J. O. Reese, ol San
Francisco; Grand Trustees, T. J.j
Fanning. Indianapolis; Henry Mass,
Baltimore; John D. O'Shea, Lynn,
The convention adopted the report
from the Committee on Law and Ap- j
peal, forbidding any Insurance feature
whatever In the order.
In the prize drills the Judges to-night I
awarded first honors to tho CJicrry
Pickers of Toledo. I
Cordially Receivd by the British
DEWEY MAKES A SPEECH
Presented wiih n Silver ('mhfi ?nu
mi Aiflllrn? n- n Memento of IS is
Visit ? The Olympia*? Crew Pre*
nrnicil With it Tliotisnncl Pound*
or Ten?The Anglo-Sn aeon Vulon
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Colombo, Ceylon, June 22.?The U. S.
cruiser Olymp!?, with Admiral Dewey
on board, arrived here at G o'clock a.
m. from Singapore, June 15th. saluted
the dirts ashore, and was saluted by
the latter in return.
An aide de camp representing the
Governor of Ceylon, K ght Hon. Sir
Joseph Weat-Rldgeway, boarded the
Olympia at 7 o'clock this morning, In
order to welcome the Admiral, ami
Colonel Savage, commanding the
troops, called at 10 o'clock. The visits
were returned by Admiral Dewey at 11
PRESENTED WITH A CASKET,
was received at the Jetty by a
guard of honor, and amidst cheering,
drove in the Governor's carriage to
breakfast with Colonel Savage. The
Admiral afterward took rooms at the
?allofnc Hotel, and returned on board
the Olympia at 1 o'clock. There he re?
ceived a deputation representing the
Planter's Association and the Chamber
of Commerce, and was presented with
a silver casket anil an address as a
memento of his visit.
The Admiral will remain in Ceylon
about a week. He says he had a good
voyage from Singapore, and that his
health Is fairly gued.
;.r.t) p. in.?The presentation of the
en ket to Admiral Dewey was made on
board the Olympia, Instend of In tho
Council Chamber, because his doctor
had forbidden hint to participate In any
OLYMPIADS CREW REMEMBERED.
The delegates also presented a thou
sand pounds of tea to the crew of the
The Admiral, replying to the address
of welcome, said he wished ho could re?
ply In adequate terms, reciprocating
the sentiments expri ssed, but, he added,
he spoke from his heart when he ir?ld
he deeply appreciated the welcome.
Admiral Dewey added that he would
have the very acceptable present of
tea distributed as desired, Incidentally
mentioning that he was a lifelong tea
drinker himself, nnd assuring the dele?
gation that the address would be road
?iniister." and afterwards framed
and preserved. The casket, he remark?
ed, he would always keep on his table
and he told ihe delegation that he
WftUld report the mitter tQ his govern?
ment and describe the cordiality of his
Continuing, Admiral Dewey remark?
ed: "That eh-er raised on the Jetty
when T landed vent to the hearts of all
rf us. We nre 11 i(D miles from home,
' t:t that cheer will be hi ard In America,
although the way In whloh It has touch?
ed me I shall never be able to fully ex?
TWO NATIONS CLOSELY ALLIED.
"The two nations were never so close?
ly nllled by mutual sympathy and np
prcclatlon ns now. Th* American peo?
ple realized this during the late war,
and you can imagine how all those who
were at Manila and met Sir Edward
Chlchester (commander of V'a British
first-class cruiser immorfallte) and his
pnllant comrades hold that feeling vary
A general conversation followed and,
after toasting the "Anglo-Saxon union"
:md the prosperity of the two countries
the delegation departed.
THE SOUTH FOR BRYAN.
THE HEART OF THE DEMOCRATIC
PARTY WITH HIM.
(By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pilot.)
Fresno. Cal., June 22.?Senator Bate,
of Tennessee, to-day, in an interview,
s iid the heart of the Democratic party
n with Mr. Bryan and the Chicago
"The Chicago platform will be re
affirini I," sold Senator Rate, "and the
clause im nst trusts will be strength?
en- I at tho convention of 1300. The
iUnited States will stand behind Mr.
Bryan an l fr< e silver and In opposition
to the trusts."
Mr. Bate said a very small part of
tho Populists will refrain from co
iting with the Democracy, and
especially if Mr. Bryan Is the leader.
OTHER TELEGRAPH PAGE 6
CLASSIFICATION OF NEWS
T<r!<?er.u->li News?Pares l and 6,
I ocal News?Pages 2.1, s and 6.
I Home Study Circle?r.tee a.
Virginia News?Pares S atid 9.
North Carolina News ?Page 7.
Tlic \\ orM of Sport?Page 6.
Portsmouth News?Pages 10 and 11.
I Berkley News?Pate ti.
. Markets?Page 12.
I Shipping?Page 12.
i Kcal Estate?Page 13.