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DOTING Of NEGRO BOY
STIRS UP RACE FEELING
nUISTOI Y \. - Special
Harry 1,. Brady, Un* y??uu?? ^leu
aril of ll?>t. | Iii ,|iii. ?r_o ?rM .???.
r?-i.-.l x .-lit? r li<* had
i ami kit ,-il Roben WiiiM-r. .1
n? bellboy, in ll:?* main dlnlli ?
room of il ?? new Mont ?- -i<ll in
Brady l*?< ?'<>t a-k?*?l far i-ait.
inn will ?i?? no nnlcaa tu?* caso
?galmt hi?l Im dismiss?! :ii lb?
pr.h'iiMi.M x hi amu *-ct l??r I??
There Is considerable race feel
it-., heec BDHMg in?- m jcTo?*s n~ a
( of the tratrcdy. Brndy. ?rho
In- li?-?'ii ?.(twiinl at the
larm-i hotels In the South.
seated in Hi?* main dinl
?-:i 11 in*, bi- brraklast. when \Vea
\rr. who was prohibited from wi
Utiiij; tin* dining room, rnslied in
and ' r--iiiir Itrady for
Intimi of I lie latter la mlmoiiKli
Dor? "sin lit. a kilt-hen
vaut. Mimo m?nate? befora,
I anil as he did 'I
near? reach?gq for a ?uut bottle.
whereupon Brady shot him dead.
Tin- only witnesses ar?- By,
waiters, ami they maintain that
the iM*?rro did aas. roach for the
water bottle, but was btitaS; pur
^uisl liy I'vrady. However, ?he
broken iKittle was found Ix -
\iiothor tragedy was enneted
here last night when I'll?? Bar?
ker, vvb?? aras e<>nv rCwSd in the
:iii-viee eiiisaile anil vvlio
?rol her sent?me suspended! on
prroands that she would leave
?il. returned to the eity ?\?uI
committed saicide, tearing she
would ' to jail.
TO GOVERNOR DIX
\HV YOl.K.? Spr-ciai.
,. state was
! the National Com
i?> Senator James A.
(VGonuan. Senator O'Gormau Is
? .1 repr?sentatif ?? ?>r
.nior Wilson, tin* Democratic
-, ilii- siatc. and In* is
.1 to Ik* opposed 1?? iv
Ing Governor l>i\, who lias
tin* support of Charles _\ Mur
I'ntil today members ??r the \?i
ttonal Committee had n<u been
brought into tii<* contest- Bat
O'Gorman's action was
expected to farce them to reach
a decision as to whether tin* na?
tional organisation would counte
nanee a ticket opposed by tin*
Tlu* committee wenl into m
sion at noon at the <?lli?*o of Act
hairman William (i. McAdoo.
l>?' iili's Mr. McAdoo anil O'Gor
man. the following members were
.-in: Rolls Wells, Missouri;
Henry Morgcnthau, New York:
Josephus Daniels, Now York;
it Htid-pcth, New Jersey;
Wlllard Saulsbury, Delawrare; \.
Mitchell Palmer, Pennsylvania;
1>. J, McGillcuddy, Main?, and W.
II. lvinir. < )r?*i;?>ii.
FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTERS
0> t IY1I. SERVICE LIST
WASHINGTON, D. C? Special.?
i>\ Charles a. Stalltngs, formerly
public printer, alunit 100 delegates
from the National League of Post?
masters ralo .1 on President Tail at
the Whit?? H day to urge him
to place the ttiir?! and fourth-class
postmasters on the civil list
In ? remove them from po?
Th? t informed th?^m that
though personally in favor of auch a
measure, he would have to confer
with Postmaster General Hitchcock
and Attorney General Wickeraham w
f?ir?' giving a final decision as to the
FOT STATE FAIR
Ministers of Various Denomina?
tions Will Appoint Committees
to Co-operate With the Union s
Also Are Condemned.
1 C 11 .MOM). VA*?Special.
The executive committee ?>f
tlu* Richmond Ministerial Union
will tomorrow morning, In a
body, rail on the directora of the
State lair in order to protest
against the sale of Uquor on the
r Grounds this >?-ar.
The Baptist Ministers' Aaoocaa
tioa ha? appointed Dr. James
Buchanan, th?* Rev. Rytand
KnlgfaI and tin* Rev. w. C sal?- to
meet with tin* executive commit?
tee of the Ministerial Union, ami
it is understood that Other ?*om
mlttecs from other de?ominalions
will today in* appointed to confer
with the executlve comualttee of
tin* union in order to aacertaln the
lx-M moans of effectively rcj?ister
hi?r iheir protest.
The ministers will also arge that
all Off-color S?OWS ami per/orm
aiii es !><? excluded from tin* fair.
Resolutions were pasnrd hud
year by tin* Richmond Ministerial
ciiion condemning the tale <>f li
<iu??r at the fair and certain ?-hows
which were allowed oa the "War
Path." it is naderatood that the
?nlniaters are determined to do
all that He* within their power
to prevent ?in* existence of th?';-?'
things at tin* fair this >ear ami
will wag?- a warfare against tln-in
in tlie pulpit.
At ail previous yearo of tin*
state Pair Uquor has been aold on
the Pair GrouniL?. under certain
I'Mtl ll tluilS, and tin* miiiist?*i-s
contend that then- has Ikh-u no
ri_ci?i censorship of shows which
hare i*ecn allowed to give per
Tii? a?nlsters are aroaatd and
declaro tluir Intention to leave
no atone antaraed to break up
what they deem harmful prac?
Last night it the Immanuel Bap- i
tist Church, the pastor, the Rev. B.
a \ igoroua pro?
of liquor :il the
State I in part:
who love riffln id ?i ?
the Statt I iy i ?? as?
. . .- which in I
"1. if liquor
do :-? iuor at I I
but tin- much 1
ing the co-o]
liqut."'. 'I'll- : hould
it ii- H ?'11 kli"
Is o >
"4. Pre mini.
things, but the officers <>?
.: Invited the liquor d<
product <>r of
?iremium on the most
this omission le plain. The
dirteiors of the lair know that the
produit of th.- liquor busl
is vvreeked homes, starving mothers
and ehildren. ruineo men and wo
niei ling dens and houses of
"The president of the fair in a let
published gome days ago said that
the fair was for the education of the
pie and to encourage them to q'o
?er work. We are anxious to see
advancement in all things that will
I ?lev?t? our people, bat we
v Ish t?-> see the li.ir.<?r ?1>
work in the blighting
: the wr<
tors of the fair cannot
bo drinker and those
d to him. Therefore.
allow the aal
for the f rs that they
m: the privil
noble and true nun and value the
r and the welfare of our citl
The refusal or granting of the privi
to sell liquor at the State 1'air
I the discretion of .ludge R.
~.-.,|(. of the Henrico County
? I '
SHUT OUT DISEASE
FROM ALL MANKIND
WASHINGTON, I>. C? Special.?
d?at Taft, honorary president of
Fifteenth International i
. id D mography, formally
opened the ntlnantal
norial Hall today at 11:30 o'clock.
at vvas introduced to tho
ites and members of the con
sa by Dr. Henry P. Walcott, of
achusetts, who I? presiding offi
? part of
the thirty-three foreign del?
aggn ".,!>00 delegates,
in the hall.
| Th? Pr?sident discussed the impor?
tant advances mad? In hygiene and
sanitation in this country during the
This period, he said, has seen the
! development of practically every lm
J portant step in the science of pre
, vontion of disease, Including the r. -
, searches and discoveries made In
' smallpox, bubonic plague, cholera ami
! the ridding of a race of people from
j the bookworm, as well as the Isola?
tion of the typhoid germ. He I
"Prevention is greater than cure.
The science of medicine and SUlgttfJT
lias had a wonderful growth in the
last forty yoar?s, but in that time, the
seien? e of preventatlve medidas has
? unie Into being from nothing. In
the ntury we may
pect to find the realization of that
spring of porpotual youth for which
the early explorers searched.
"N'nw I am not going to say that
the i n I tat ion began in tins
ntry at the time of the Span
American War, for I hat time I
the diphtheria germ h.-ul lu en isolated
and the anti-toxin diseo. well
? lany other Importan!
de; but it is true that i war
which cost comparatively few II
and Mit little money, there cam?
thti countr] problema out
j of which has grown our present
tem of sanitation. If the Spanish War
resulted in nothli It was worth
much more than it cost.'
The Pr?sident then reviewed the
th of m and hygiene,
which had its lirst Impetus, h? said,
in making the tropics habitable for
"I myself have drunk the sweet.
COOl-tastlng water of t lie tr
the Philippine Islands," he said. "And
I afterward di that I was
the custodian of a Whole zoological
collection of animals which the sci?
entists assured me were in the water."
lie said thai tht- construction of
the Panama ?'anal would have h
failur?' without modern sanitation,
and declared that the physicians who
have mad? life in the zone possible
should receive as much credit as will
the engineers of the project.
SIDNEY AND FfilEL
WILL MAKE SHOES
Friel Allen and Sidney Edwards
Now Busy in Shops of State
R1CHMONIS ? TA.?SpeciaL?
i'riel Allen and Sidney Ed
wards, the Carroll county "out?
laws" sent 10 the penitentiary to
s?-rve, risiH'flivcly, terms of fif?
teen and eighteen years, were as
? to .Oliv m lin- prison sh??e
shop last 1 liuiiv.
Uboth men Will leant the trade
of shoe CUttiUg, which requires
wo little -Kid. While a machine
o.n- the cutting, the con?
vict has to >o paSOS the leather,
which contes in different staca,
thai the best possible results can
be obtained I'roni It.
This work requires a good <
and cannot be learned in a day.
t pon their arrival at the peal
ny .Major Wood, the saper
i ut enden t, hail a talk with both
prisoners and told them exactly
what would be expected of thetn.
He believes tlial the two youth
ful convicts will behave thesn
selves properly ami that their ro?
ll be _.xhI.
it h.-? s been the observation of
Major Wood thai men from South?
west Virginia generally adapt
themselves willingly to the severe
prison discipline and obey all the
rules, ilo hopes tin" so-called out?
laws will prove no exception to
Sidney ?mri Friel will occupy
the same cell, which ought to
prove a source of consolation to
them, though they will have lew
; pportunitl? invcrsation.
Mr?. Campbell Botter.
IX>N>DON ? Special.? Mrs. "Pat'
. ; he ai trena, who has b
i? for a week, showed slight improve
sfra, Campbell's illness was diag
: Itonltis and her condition
fell so low that straw wag placed In
the about her Kensington
prevent street noises.
Loot Is K?-?-o\ered.
NEW ORLKANS. I A.? Special.
A detective agency announced today
that $45,000 of the $70,000, supposed
to have been stolen from an express
car on the Louisville and Nashville
last week, had been recovered.
LIFT TB RIGHT: (?OYEKMHt W II SON AM) HIS CAMPAIGN HAK A GER, WILLIAM F. McCOMHS.
?NEW YORK.?William F. McCoaiba, Governor Wilson's campaign mai who has been tertoualy ill, re
turned to hie desk and the active leaderahip of the Democratic National Campaign Committee ?m Saturday, Sei?
tomber 2Sth. To signa?lze his return a dinner was arranged to be held at the Hotel Atqor under the auspices
of the "Woodrow Wilson College Men's League. Provision was made for _."000 guests. Governor Wilson attended,
It is not surprising that the Ol 1
fashtoned man who boasted that
went to bad with the chickens got ui>
to crow about it. Boms men ami i
.m i row about a mighty lit?
That Pennslyvania man ttiat chased
himself out ot the world Just ahead of
s can of powder, i<> jnu^e of h
simply "Mowed up^fthcfore marri
ol of ufter.??StHnton Leader.
Two cavalry horses are accused of
kicking a mulo to death. Mulo s hind
must have been tied.?Ledger
ail accuse Mr. Koosevelt of
lacking ? 'f humor after hi
fereacs to Governor Wilson's "sad lack
01 knowledge ol the funi the
American i usent" ? Virglnian
Tb Means say it will he Wll
or Taft. _hi y it
\\ ill be Wilson or Koosevelt. The rest
of us know it will be Wilson.?He)
.^ust this > oar in this part "i the
State was the dl
dmost under the necessity ol
ing to th< to tlnd a phV
w.?Hanover i lerald.
or.ling to the
Vail- ft, the Ninth Dis.
publican convention, which nominated
Sir. Stamp, was controlled by the
gallo la that the -?allows on
One man who would never ftui
if he kept 1 il ?s the
Itect,?Clifton Forge Review.
The third term party is conducting
its n just ? .lied
-nallsta run their yellow pap?
scare-heads and as to attract
No man can get there with both feet
unless be uses his head.?Covington
And now the coal bill and the school
bill and the theater bill until the Ice
Switzerland has a new law which
prohibits kissing in public places, and
now we may axpaot to hear the op?
ponents of the law claim that public
kissing is on the increase in Switzer?
If the average man who turns poli?
tician for a l?'W days in the year
would put as much energy and hard
work into his business as he put* into
the battle of his candidate he would
be richer by far. And the business
to which he devotes such hard work
is largely the business of somebody
?that is, of the candidate him?
The new dance to be tried out by
Washington society dancers at the
charity ball next winter is the "Horse
Trot," says an exchange."No two ways
about it, the dances contrived and
originated and danced by the smart
ave ?li.wn right classy names. So
the list ? mbraces the "Turkey
Trot," the "Bunny Hum:." the "Oris
zly Bear," the "Angla Worm (.
and the "Slippery EM." Now comes
the "Horse Trot.' and it is saiii to
be much mor?- graceful and allur?
ing than this summer's dance which
?was known as the "N'ai:
"If the Democrats would tell the
?whole truth," says the Albany Jour
! nal. "they would conl
fr?e trade only I they
? have to make an not be
| cause they believe in it." And if the
, ubllcan standpatters would tell the
ole truth they would that
I the Democrats do not advocate free
There was snow In Denver on Sat?
urday. Th<- r Bureau doubt
Mr. Bryan at tl ation of the
Bull Moosers. But the elements
. lit in vain against the Nebraskan,
? ni the stars ag . for
he had a large and enthuslassic audi?
ence to greet and listen to him. and
the poured into Roosevelt was
hot enough to raise the mercury in
heat. Bryan is as hard to down as
the ?host <>f Banquo, and the
Bull Moose may well be unhappy to
have upon his trail a hunter whose
persisten? >f alike against sum
rid winter's COld. ? Norfolk
Judge Queen, of Jersey City, N. J.,
rules that "no man need live with his
mother-in-law unless he so pienses."
The matter is therefore legally settled
in that State, unless the decision is
reversed by the Supreme Court. The
same principle, however, should ap?
ply to a woman as to a man, as no
woman should be compelled to live
with her mother-in-law. If she ob?
The preserving season is drawing t?>
? close, but the vvi
has net gone up. Whyt P?r
- the trust does not think that a
dential year tn which the issu, is
it mu t" good time In
which to levy the utmoat tribute, it
may be, too, 'hat tin- trust will not
make any campaign contribution this
in view et up political
situation which promises disaster t<>
Krafters. As Tafts cl.-ction is out ?if
the question, Wilson will i>e th? next
dent. Then why throw away
Victor Allen was fr??d by a jury of
his peera at Wyth? i pt< mber
14th. We are glad of it. We coi
ins of relief that at least one
of l mieguidi ?i, benighted
men is the rigorous, plttlleas
vena ; the law. Now, if tin
?'ourt, or th? Governor?the
latter <?t which we have little hoi
will rommute the sentones ol poor old
Floyd anil misguided, impulsive young
Claude to life imprisonment it is our
tlrm conviction that it will refli
upon these tribunals and Incr? ase re
; and veneration for the law.
?cl ? 'hrlst has dt.. ?? n so many
fellow ers t .1 the Iva -
ihm lie exemplified as when He bade
the poor, deluded woman to "ko and sin
thai: !. And anybody may call
"mawkish sentlmcntalistn" who
SIDNA AND WESLEY
GET CHANGE OF VENUE
li-OWOki:, ?JLr- Special.?
Mien and Wcsdej hjdwards,
tsaC Carroll count) outlaws. w?-re
arraigned in Hillsville coati M o inlay
ascertains, at s o'clock, ?lud.-.? Wal
- tapies presiding.
The Indictments were read and
the two prlaonets pleaded not
guilty to each- charge.
Upon motion of the Common
?realth a change of venu?- was
granted and the trial ol' the two
men will be held in \\ v lia-ville
The prisoners will be broaght
hack Sure to remain until trial.
Tin* wife of Sldna Allen,
with their two small daughter*.
reached Jlilis\ilU* ycatcrday after?
noon at 5 0*dOCk. They \\?-iit iin
mcdlntety to jail, where ii?<-> arere
allowed io remain with Allen un?
til nearly 10 o'clock. The meet
ing between the family was piti?
ful. Sldna broke down completely.
Jadee N. 11. Ogl?*diy, of Itris
t?>l. ami OL C Cocke, of Roanoke,
win be counsel for tin* defenae.
John Ij. I*-?*, ?if Ijym-lihiirg. at one
tiiiu* thought of taking charge of
tin* defense, n?* has ?ie?iii?-?i that
he will not do so.
PIANO MAKERS STltlKE.
NEW YORK.? Special.? Several
thousand piano makers went on a
strike here today, following the re?
fusal of the compa??as to grant at is>
per cent, increase.
Bteiaway <& Co. and a number of
other large firms were not seriously
crippled bacanas they maintain an
open shop and employ a number of
workmen who are not union men.
The strike was called by the
Piano, Organ and .Musical Instrument
Ifakere* Union, and the leaders claim
that within a short time 10,000 piano
builders in this and nearby towns will
Makings t>( a Pugilist,
"I understand your boy h::s the
makings of a champion pugilist."
"I really believe he has. il<
tively won't fight With anybody he
isn't sure he can whip."?Washing?
dissolution a joke
\EW YORK_Special. V?tor.
ney? for the Waters Pieree on
Ceinpaay will ask the Ptpailiest
Of JustU-e. t?rough ll>e Missouri
courts. In rvitpeu the Slumlord Oil
eMeaotutlua ra?e ami threw into jtiil
lor content-it ol lite court's ruliliK
John I). Rockefeller, Jaba I?, ireh
h?>i?l nuil oilier leaders in Ho* old
Standard Oil crowd.
The claim Hun the Sliituliiril Oil.
in? it wan eaastltated by tin* arde*
Of llissollltlOU WUH iMSUfll, 1m Still
opernti-it*. in restraint of truite, I*
still n Iriisl. nuil that the purent
usseaaaj, th?* Staadard on com?
pany, of \cw Jersey, Mini rastr?is
all the subsidiaries, will he set up.
About :t,(MK> pages of deposition
testimony -* 111 h<* Inl rod need in
support of the conten? ion of the
Alioul -.POO pn^es hint- already
hern takea In the bearinic hefore
I ooimlssloner A. I,. Jiirolm and it in
expected that another 1,000 will he
taken early next week hefore the
conclusion of tbe niitiidatniu pro?
ceeding-? are oxrr.
"Kvery bit of evidence ?o far In
irodnofil ?nippon* our claim that
th<- Mi-i nlloil ?llsxoliilion of Ihr
Stmiilnril wns nothing hut n sliniii
Mini h hiimliioi." s!?i?l ?ine of the ?t
??\ limit ihr ?oily iliiinia- imtlce
nhle !?? Hint lh?- ?llrcctors nml ??III
i-i-r? of the ?lll?ereiit xuhsl?llnrl?*i?
now meet Inl iirnn? It > nt lu ne hr on
In Ihr S(iiii)li?r?l Oil liull illtiic nt M
llnmilmi}, lust,-Mil of meeting;
forniMlly In mime other room. '
??Th?-> tnlK. over the hiiNinrnn of
the ??oininany um th?-> unt'il t?? ?l<?
lirlnri- the ?llssiilu? Ion nriU-r. The
?sea ?kg ?luiiiliii? i <-<I ihr stnn?lnr?l,
of New .lersc>, nml Its sul??i?lin rl,--..
Iirfiirr th,- court's onler, still ?lonil
iiiM?- t Uo- 111. The un-ii ??ho he I it a
?on t i-oIIIiik liil,T?-Kt in these com
pnnle? mI ill Imlil ill,- same interest
nml ?till ?llrect the netlvitleM of
the vnrliniH MiihMl?llnrl?-s.
"KoeWefeller. Arelihol?! nml the
other* In the purent eoiiipnii> hiti
t.ilil l?\ tin- ?-niirts to ?liss?il*e. It
I?* our eliilm, sn|i|i?irleil l?> the cvi
?lence. thnt tin- ??riler wtis not
?t1?e>e<l nuil thnt ItoeUefeiler nml
Us n-s???-iiil,'? nre Ktitltv ??f e??n
teni|it of the blichest eonrt In the
It is Miiiil th.it the Oepiirtiuenl of
if?tlrji iiwnhciieil. by the 1'ncln
hroiiurht to lluht In the i?res?oit
beiiriiiK. plans to r?*?>|ien the ?-use
ro ii In-I'ore II??' rennest in fnriiiiill>
mull?- l?> the \\ iilers-I'lerre people
Mini hits hiol n mini nt the henrlim*
f??r BSTCVSl <ln>s who is reporting
?li?ll> t?? Attorney l.cncrnl \\ ieher
?Ii ii in.
When Ihr hearing hi'fiirr Cum
nils-iiim r .InrkMUi is resume?! next
in-i-U the s? ?-ne will he Shifted 1??
sf. I.oui?. m h ?Te the iniiiiilniiiiiM
i in? et-ili.i;-. WM orlulmill> liruiiKbt,
'I'll?- ?-us?' is net for O et aber sth.
When Nervy Newsman Talked
with Them They Declined
BOSTON, MASS.? Special.? The
Misses .less:.- and Eleanor "Wilson, the
youngest of Woodrow Wilson's three
daughters, left the Copley Plaxa Hotel
today lor a shopping tour of I'.oston
before resuming their automobile trip
with Mr. mid .Mrs. John C. Wilson
? ariy n xt week.
Mr. Wilson is s cousin of the Dem?
ie presidential nominee. The
slaters said they had "run away from
hard work for a lew days."
Miss Jeeaie la doing settlement work
in Philadelphia and Eleanor is an
"HOW does it feel to be the daugh?
ter of a presidential candidate?" they
They looked at each other and back
at the reporter smiling. "Oh. won't
you ?dense excuse us,'- said Miss Jes?
sie; and her sister added: "You see
we are on a vacation."
IS FINALLY SETTLED
NORFOLK, YA-? SpocIaL?Of?
ficial aniioiniociiuiit was made
of agreement and settle?
ment Of Hi?' wage and other qu?-s
lions which threatened a strik?*
by iiu* trainmen <?r the tiir?*e big
coal-carrying railways between
tin* Weal and Norfolk?the Ches?
apeake and Ohio, the Virginian
and the Norfolk and Western.
The terms of the settlement
were not announced and will not
Ik- o,i\?-n out, it was Stated, until
everything la signed up. Labor
t'oininisstoner Keill, who has
i>?-?-n acting as mediator, is pre?
paring to return to Washington.
"it ain't no use to grumble and com?
it'.- just as Cheap ami easy to re
<>rts out the weather and
? Is rain.
Why, rain's iu\ choice."
James Whitcomb f'iloy.?
i.ife is to<> short for stupid quarrels,
WALKED ON WAGER
liO.sT r.v di:\i) MAS
NEW ORLEANS, LA., Sept. 24.?
R. ?'lair Cana and Hawthorne Ellis
walked from Toledo to this city on a
Wager, only to find that the man who
took the other end of tin- be! is o
Of course, Mr. Slemp was a candid
all the time. He just wanted a little
courtship with the Bull Mooscrs.?
Oats City Herald.
Roosevelt so far has denied about
? * thing except IVrkins and Bill
PI Inn.?I.? dgi-r-idspatch.
if-mailf! millionaires are all right,
provided they are honest. The pi
are after th? law-made millionaires.?
MURDERER CHARLTON'S FATE
IN HANDS OF ?. S. COURT
VYSlllM.rOV I?. I. Speeiiil.
iii?- long wall oi Porter thari
t??u behind tit?- bars of a New d,<r
prison for lb?* linal w??rtl ns
to whether he imi-t retan i??
Italy i?> answi i* far iiu* morder
or his wife at Lake tomo two
years ago k ttrawiag to aa en?I.
Tin? Supreme Court will take up
Charitou's cas- during the coming
l?*riu. which opens t>?to!?*r 14th.
Chnrttoo's appeal I- th?* bmoI
noted iuur?ler case In-lor?* lln
????urt. Wit only did the detnlls
??i" the crime *-tir ImuIi Earopennd
America, but diplomatic o?Hals
?>r Italy ami tin- United State?
have Ih*?-?iiiii* Involved. Tin- de?
cision ??i tin* court will be io?k?*<l
to as a guide in diplomatic Inter?
Th?? twenty ihrer year old pris.
?>?nr. through hi-; lather. Judge
charlton. <?i r?>rt?i Rico, will not
contest tin* question <>i hi*? rullt,
hut will challenge the right of tin*
.mcrtcan Government to surren?
der him to th?* Italian authorities.
Tlii- right Is claimed on account
??r the peculiar circumstance*? un?
der which Charlton nus arn-sted.
luffii?-iliat<-i> after >lrs. Chart?
ton's hod? was found in a trunk
in lake Conto ih?- search for her
lm-huml began. Ile ?vas arrested
ai tlu* request ?>i* the wife's
Iir?th<-r. Captain II. II. Scott.
United stat?*s _rmy, ns he stepped
from a M? amor at llohoKen. N. J
II?? had i'iiiiiiiiliu-d m? crime "?
America, bal <-oiii??-?<i to having
murdered bis ?rife, who. he said,
had refused to oi??> his order t?i
in? ?miel one night as Ihcj so
foaraed al i ak? C-osao on their
Inder the treat v between the
United ^tali's ami llalv. Ital)
penlctlly lias iho'im-d to grant r?'
iliirsts of the United Stai?-^ that
Italian- lie rcliirncil here lor piui
i-iuin-iit. iiaiv has responded
that she would punish ih?-m.
? ? ?t !; ifa Rl i i \?. UNST HIM.
\\ It? u the Italian iMivernmeiit
retpicvtcl the United Staus lo ??ir?
render < haillon. Se? ret a rv Km>\
replied that as the United states
eouki not punish him. if found
guilty, ho would e.?i free If not
-.uri-i'iidercil, and so he granted
the requewt. To i?r?'v?'iit his re?
moval ?barlitin's lather broute I it
liabeas corpus proceeding* before
the New Jersey courts, elaimimr
thai there w.-ts no authority tor
bis arrest, and Challenged the
IK of ib?- ameritan C?overo
nieiii to turn his son over lo the
Italian ollli or?.
The New .!? cris bc?d
nsl Uhnrlton, who appealed to
ihe United states Supreme Court.
lb?* case i >? h ?t- regular plac?e
On the docket, and < liai Itoii lias
i malncd In jail in n \.
SELECTION OF GOOD PARENTS
IS KEYNOTE OF PROSPERITY
WASHINGTON, 1>. ( . Special?
Three p?-r cent, ol the entire hu?
man race only i- Included in tin*
pauper, feeble-minded, Insane,
criminal, alcoholic and prostitute
?la*--?--. Of this three per cent?,
virtually tin* entire number trace
their defectivo traits to heredi?
tary rannen Virtually the entire
three i?*-r cent, is drawn from two
"reservoirs**; lirst, from small,
Isolated, undercJvtllsed rural com?
munities, and. second, from the
so-called upper strata of society.
Hi?* ?? mo." the ultra-wealthy, or
" 1 lit?, i- the -.?-t of an address
by l>r. Woods llntcJunson, the
noi?-?l writer on health problems,
of New Vork, before the closing
general session of tin* American
Public ll?-:?hli A8snctntlon*s fortt
??th meetlnir. In session at ih<* Vew
WlllardL l>r. Rutchlnson's an?
nounced subject was The Im?
portance of Negative Eugenics, or
tlu* Prevention of Hl-bornntss.*1
The broad statements of iiu*
New Volk publicist wire holly at
tackod following the conclusion
of his remarks hy Dr. S. Adolphus
Knopf, of New S'ork. and l>r. l*.
II. Bryce. Of Ottawa. Canada, in
*>?? far as in? aitrihute?! tlu* largest
iiart of alcoholism and prosUtu
ti?>n t?> ln*r?*?litar> cnunBS, In re
plying, in the course of the d??
piisslnn on his address, l?r. Hutch
in?on <'vplaiucd that a more ex?
haustive explanation of hi? ideas
in these ro?peot? would have bit
little dilVcrem-c between Ills view?
and lb????- of bis critics. I>r.
liuiehin?oii was restricted t?> a
twenty-live minute talk.
l>r. 11m< Inn-ni recommcnd?rd
permanent segregation of those
who, following examination in
childhood, |iromlsc, from heredl
tsrj or other estisrs, to be con
genitally unfit i?? reproduce, as
the iuohI elle? live mean? of break?
ing into lite constant stream which
i?, according to his view, repro?
ducing objectionable classes,
"Rugentes i? the art of the In?
telligent selection ?if ??m- own par?
ents,*1 lie remarked humorously In
opening his address. He ?aid the
tir?i efforts to Improve the race bj
proper ami select breeding had
been based ?m a supposed relative
value of adults as prospective par?
This be coin pared t<? the breed?
ing of the lower animal?, the se?
lection of males sad female? with
a view i?? producing the b?-?i re
?tihs in the young, experiments
have shown, he said, the futility
of specialising in regard i?> tb?> hu?
NERVF OF TOMDS FUG.T1VE
LED TO HIS QUICK RECAPTURE
NEW YORK.? Special.? George
Wltson, v. im escaped from the Tomba
Prison July Till, was arrested In
Philadelphia Thursday afternoon
be Stepped oft a train from Atlantic
City at the Wesl Philadelphia itatlon
of thi' Pennsylvania Railroad. Since
his daring escape from prison Wltson
ijoj ing himself i?
in Atlantic City, but the New York
poll? got so much :is a clew
Raymond Forsbrey, who escaped
from the Tombs September 2d, w
he was being? held on the charge of
murder, has been calleo.' the "most
desperate criminal at large" by De
puty Commissioner of Police Dough?
erty. !!<? has not been luanl fron*.
The arrest of Wltson was due to
his having robbed Miss Price, of New
York, who is stopping in the Nevada
apartment house In Atlantic t'ity.
Wit son devoted much attention to
.Miss Price, spending money on her
Miss Price was awakened We_nes
day niprht in her room by a masked
man who stood over her with a re?
volver. Bh? vas told to make no
noise and she obeyed. Then th?' rob?
bt r took lu-r Jewelry, slid down a
waterspout to the ground and' dlsap
Breakfasts With Victim.
Miss Prie? reported the robbery to
the police, and detectives Interviewing
h?-r found her at breakfast with a
i well-dressed young man who had
conn- to offer sympathy. As the de?
tectives approached the table, one of
them said to his companion:
"That looks like Oeorge Wl
wanted in New York."
The well-dressed man breakfasting
With Miss Price dashed to the door
and was off in an automobile before
the astonished detectives could make
Phlladi Iphla ??
a watch on Incoming train ten?
ant llalnea ?
were sent to the West Phil
Station, and were th?
stepped to the pial foi in.
rested quicklj and, ou
"Sure, I'm ' the
man w hol escape?! from mbs
.nul the man who ro
l had spent so n
couldn't think o
getting even. i
at. held h? the
under ti it 1
I aughs at tlie Robberj
?'Whin 1 call?
her and off? r m orn
dd ecu re? l>
: ice, but 1 pretend
\ i i\ sorv\.
?When Uns.- d?te?
and 1 saw one of them nudge the
other I decided Atlantic City was no
place for < It orge Wltson.4'
Asked a bout his ? . ?m the
Tombs, Wilson was amused. He said:
"That was easy. Any one with in?
genuity can escape from there."
At poiic. headquarters Wilson was
taken to the Rogues' Gallerj to he
photographed. He insistid on having
perfect front and side ken,
an?? when the ?-amera had done its
work he remarked:
"Pretty place you have here. Some
different from the one in New York."
Wltson escaped from the Tombs by
squeesing Into a manhole which led
from the ?eiiar to the prison yard.
He climbed to the prison wall and en?
countered William Houlihan, an aged
keeper. With a chisel he knocked
the keeper Insensible, took his revol?
ver ano escaped to the street. It was
Houlihan's revolver he used in hold?
ing up Miss Price.
GOVERNMENT ALARMED OVER SAFETY
OF MARINES IN NICARAGUA
WASHINGTON. D. C? Special.?
I'nh'ss, within the next twcnty
1'our hours, ?I? linile news reaelu-s
Washington concerning the out
<?nm* ?if the battle Between th?
Ain?ri< an marines ami tin- rubel
forcea near (.ranada, the state
Department will request that the
Tenth Infantry; now at Panama,
be s?-nt immediately to Nicaragua
1?) BUCCOr the American troops.
Government officials ano now
thoroughly alarmed for th?* aafuty
Of tlu* $>00 marines who left
.Managua to Open a way to
Granada ami who, it is feared,
met with a vastly superior force
of rebela and may have licoii un
BATTLE WAS LIKELY.
V VSIIIM.T0>, 11. Cr? Speiial.
That Hurt- has been i terrific l?at
tle between American marines und
Nlcuraguan r?-hi-is ander General
/a-le?lon near Barraiuas in tin*
I>ast lew ?lays is th<* belief Of
state ami .Navy Department offl
< ials, although ihe rcpor.ts arc so
meager Unit the officials hare no
definite knowledge of just what
Rear Admiral Soutberland is in
the lichl, probably with upwar?l
ol' 2,<i(MI men, ami if plans ha\<*
not misearried, by this lime lie
has Cleared the rout?* ol' th?* na?
tional railway of opposing rebels
and ivrlh-vctl Ihe ianiine-threah-ii
? ?I city of (?ranada.
N?i reports ha\e l?*ft Corinto
since lau* Tiios?lny night, and it
is fear?*?I that communication be?
tween Managua and i'orinto lias
again 1hh*ii d?-siroye<l. If so, Ad?
miral Soiitlierlaml, with his force.
Is in the interl?>r. of the country
??ut off from American warships
al Oorlnto. So worried has the
Navy Department become that a
rush message was sent to Hear
Admiral Sonihcrland ordering him
to repon Immediately.
The American forces have lour
or live three-Inch guns and sev?
eral machine gana, it is thought
thai if there has la-en serious sOM
Of life thai it is on the rebel side.
wASinx;ton, i). C? Sp?cial.
Alter being delayed in transit
lour days a message from Ad?
miral sonihcrland reached the
Navy Department today, report?
ing that on Joining the expedi?
tionary force for Granada at
Pamposanto, the representatives
of Mena and /.clcdmi told him
they would oppose the passage of
the American force at any cost.
Admiral Sontherland's telegram
was dated before the completion
<?f the twenty-four-honr period
allowed the rebels by the Ameri?
can forces to clear Ibe way 1??
Granada before the marines
would begin their attack. No
word ha? reached here from the
front since ihi? message.
Minister Weitsel Informed the
stilt?' Department today that the
revolutionists had seised steamers
in hake Nicaragua, the propel ( v
of a company incorporated in Hie
United states, und with them are
bombarding Ban Jorge and other
towns on the lake in the neigh?
borhood of Rlvas.
In addition Zeladon has seal a
Strong column from .linotpe to
attack ltivns from the north.
However. General Macis has rc
ported t<? Preaidenl Dias that Usa
government force repelleil this
attack, defeating the rein-Is tlccl
?ively. although both sides suf?
fered considerable loss.