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SUE FOR PEACE
Powwr* Arrange to Divide Terri?
tory of Helpless Nation in
Such Manner as to Prevent
Is for Quick Conclusion.
SOFIA, SneeiaL? Representa
ti??*??? ui liu? neywegq tlii,-? uitcrnuon
presented Premier t; ?uH'liioff with
?he following not??, ? -?nitalning
Turkcy's r**qiu*??t for iinxlialion
pending pe**4e m-got union-:
"The ottoman Government hav?
ing approached tho ?reat powers
of Kurope to a-vk th??ir mediation
are * harged to inquire of Your Ki
??eilen* > if Bulgaria Is disp?i-??cd t??
a*-*?ept tlii.?? m??diation. and, if so,
to ??.raat,??oiuiltl<?ns your accept?
ance will be subject.'*
l*T?emier Gue* liiolT proini>cd to
??ubmtt the note to headquarters
at owe and to lay It before the
otfier Balkan ??ubintH?..
LONDON.? SneeSnL? Peace Jn
tile iiaaauaii.H Is at last in sight, and
dmngcrm of a Kuropean clash seem
to have been a\??rted.
A private in?9Ni?aa(*?e *r*ec?elv'*d lier??
today from Constantino*?!?? state**
j that Uu? Turkish ?ioaernment has
r already opemd negotiation?* with
the Balkan allies.
Nail m Pacha lias appealed to
?G??ene?ral Sa <u>t?, tlie Bulgarian.
t>siiuiaaJ?<a???r at Cliatnlja, for an
???ight-diy arniisli??*?. General Sa
%off at om-e n?>tllit*d ?Tiar Ferdi?
nand of Turkey's petition, and it
la believed that the armistice will
be or?le?r??<l at ?nice.
Ijondon's belief Is that the war
Is at an end. Turkey lias been
bx>pele-*?-?iy whipp??d and ??oultl not
have continued th?? struggle many
amare days, inJlitary '?e**"pea**ta say.
Actual peace negotiations will
probably be coinm**iu*cd ne*?:t
ween.. Dispatch?*? fr??m the Bal
kan arkl other Kuropean capitals
?say the allies are hi at?<*oi*ri.
From the Continent t??l??granis
?sou1 saying that a iiiorc. opti?
mist!?? outlook pre/vailed ?every
*?? whert?. The Ser? Itm gov??rnm??nt
lias given Austro-IIunwary guar?
ani???-*?, that sh<* shall i-???-ei\i? "tlie
most favor??d lreatni??nt" in ?t*l*?e
territorial n?*gotla(i??ns following
A report from the Tirrkish cap?
ital by way or Vh-iiiiu >ai?l that
negotiations had already b?*giin at
the Sublim?? Port?? \\iUi M'. P?>|h>?T-.
first dragoman or the Bit (garlan
legation, ami M. * .Venujcvitcli,
Bulgarian minist? f" ? to Turkc*y.
acting for the Bulgarian govern
From all a<??otnits, ("-?ar FeriH
nniMl lias given up Ids 'determi?
nation of throe.ing his victorious
Bulgar army into th<? Ottoman '
?apilaI. However, the eltj may
be? occupied ?nter hy ait arm?,
made up of Bulfiafian. .S?*-*?.iari,
Moiiten<*gi-iu ami Greek troops as- i
signatory ?>r the joint ?. i ??lory ?>v??r '
8T. PETERSBLK?.? Special.
I*rs-j araiiiins an- ln-ing made in
?sffk-tal cUrclee ror a c*onference
of the powers to be held roliow
inf* the dapclaration of pence i?e
t??*cn Turkey ?nd the Balkan
i? la beiie\?Ml here that the n??
g?'tiation?? will be openo?! prob
* aMj in Paris niihiii a f?rtnii;liT.
Count Witt?*, wl.o iK-goliutetl
the fius??.o-Japane??e peace eon
?.?-iitJon for liussia In America,
?aill f ?r- alia hi y r?'pr?-??-iit tin
?lea?*?* Is IwII??'???i u??ir. ii<?\?-rtlie
?-ia i- n<|t^?vcrlooking the
IbOfij Of ii|ri*<)ii aii<* ronipli
hi; Ii ii?L> ihreatcn au
>sh*>*i??r rui V ii>*.
HE I' '?y?, indi? nie now
Hiat Albania '?? '" rj mi
^Lnonio?is nairM*ii*ailt \ nn?h-r the
^mm -^mmoty fsntbog the ?*-**>?.
fm ?*4s?oiilkit vvii? |)i-oi?al?l> lie Inter
f? nationalized *n
met a ??Ii?*?" ?>r Holgar?an territory
for remain In- ne* trail.
Austria an.I ?-eivla wilt prob?
ably J??ln han?!**? In ?lie
tion or ?n \.lrbi:i?'-l>aiinbe rail?
way, and Servia will |>e given fre*e
i*omm?*ri-ial u?? Ailrlatlc
?ports of l>ma//> and Sau
vaniil IM >!?*?!iiia.
sol nun-*? nuowvi :?
111 ill *H I ***T. ROI.MWU
.?a!.? Foiirty.foMr *?o'?i
??er?* iii-o\\n?tl b.\ i lie irwaiiii
of a ba.ai on flu* Danube RJ
Of the Toi*ty-nine #ol?li?*rs in tin*
boat at the time <?f tht* accUient
but liv?? w?*r? .i\?-a!.
MSH, SKRVIA. - Siieelal.?
?Servian nliark ? Baa hear?? ?bejcnn
upon ?lit* Turki*?* Meaantlr.
ii. ?.>-?ll.i?e lo a ?litpnt?'!, r?*?*??? ft ?*.t
Iicrr |.?.f?> from MtnsT *-ead?nar?er?
Th?- ?lly I** ?lefendetl Vy the flf?h.
t*l ?Ih nuil ? ?-v?*t*?B a""?"* ??urps of
?h?* Tiirkl*.h hoiij ?if* Albania, tsn
?!?*r ?*?*nrr?l /rrkkl Pacha. I'r????n
I'rlnre ,VJ??*ian?l?*r, conimnn.Irr ??r
?he Srr.lHu*. I? ren??rte?l ?o hair
lires in ken ?loll or ??ouad?*?! and to
h??e lefr <???? front for ?*rll?-*p for
IU1.I-ARIA \V??\ WAR.
SOFIA. SpeeiaL News tliat Tnr
l??*> It -tiling lor iM-nrr <*a*Mt*?t ??Hal
r?*lolrlng ?hrouabout thl? elt-y to?
It I?i rr*ear?lr?l here, and **?l*h a
larxr- <I?-?Kree of jiantlce. *hs? llul
icnrln won ?he war for ?he llalkan
UlMpalrhe? from the front Indl
cairal lio?? Uahiln* alniiK Ho
?'hatniin liiiet had bren au*prniir?l
prndlnu ?he flnal negotiation.? for
I'rrmlir ?;ua*?*ho?T hela * ?masher
of offlelal n>nfrr?*?*r?*?, drallna vrlth
?he liimir?llal?- r\?K?*a?-l?"*? ??f ' the
situation. Iliilc'irla*** elaim? upon
Turkey Id ???>?.*?l?lt?ratlon fer pea?*?*?
bad hern drawn tap before band.
These liielml?* territorial ac*.ul*il
?lon from ?ht* ?Miatkrr? frontier of
llulararia to ?hi* A?*a?**an and ?ht*
Sea of ."llnrinora.
TIRKS lit MIDIATKD.
LONDOS.? SiteeiaL? It Is now
learned mat Mtisurus Rey. Turk
i-.li? minister <?f posts and tel??
graphs, who wag reported jreirter
ilay to Ix* ?*ii route lor Pan
really on his way to Sofia as*spe?
cial ix?a??e envoy.
The Sublime Porte is said to
be pn-pareil to make humiliating
saerifit?es in ortler to check tho
Hulgariun advan?***? Into <Coa*>tan
linople. One <?f the-**?* is the with?
drawal of Ute Trurkisl. soldiers
from lb?- < liaalja line**. l??uving
th?? city lo the aille*?.
bixs sii.iN? i:d.
UlI.r.AKIVN ntOXT AT
CIIATALafA, via CONSTAN/.A
(by ?courier), SpeeiaL? (delajed
in iraiismi>si?in).?Many Turkish
guns on tit?? ?luitalja tiefen???-??
wer?* sll?"n??*?l totlay by the Rul
g-arian ?aniionaile, and tlie forts
are c?*-p*c?tt*<l to fi*vU witlUa a few
LOMH)\.? SpeeiaL? Oflieial
information that tlie Turkish
(?'ov eminent, through (.rand VI
7.l?*r Klanill P??-lin. lias H(!(lr??s*?c?l
i*epr*?'??eMtatioiis to t'zar IVrtii
nuntl. of Bulgaria, for an armis
ti?s*. ??ending pt-ace iic-gotiationa,
?va*? r*?*<*<r*ived here today from
OF BEING TARRED
.NORWALK. O.? Special.?Blushing
at tinns, ;uid glancing apprehensively
about the room, Miss Minnie Lavalley.
nineteen, tolo lai ? d courtroom
here Tuesday how she was seiaed bi" a
gang of men, stripped and her body
covered with tar.
The girl, who, with her sister :*-?**,
mother, formerly lived at WVst l'larka
field, this county, appeared as the
prosecuting witness in the cases of
n men who were Indicted for the
crime. Mics Lavalley, underwent a
. uiination in which the de?
fense att?-mpted to place before the
Jury her relations with young men of
the village. Blushing indignantly at
the pointed questions, she denied
them. After the ordeal she hint??d
that unless th? men ar?- punished for
the attack on her she would not care
"If they acquit those men there.will
h?? nothing left for me but death."
she said. "My life would be ruined.
I iie\?*r coula' hold up my head. I
should end it all."
W??I?h on Trial Eia*H*t
Of the cases against the seven men
indicted?. Ernest and Harlow Welch.
Joseph Cummlngs, Constable Reginald
Thomas. Joseph and Carl Sly and John
Smith., former Judge C. P. \Viekham
selected that of Ern?-y*it -Welch to try
first, as being the most difficult. Th?
Lavalley "girl claims she Identified
Welch as one of her assailants. The
jury, composeo mostly of farmers, sat
with li.-oka craned, eager to catch
every v-ord from the girl witness. Miss
I.avalley vv:<s attacked by a crowd of
men last August after she had escort?
ed a girl friend to .the West Clarks
lield depot. ?
"Just as the train came in I noticed
a bunch of fellows come to the depot,"
she --aid on the stand. "I also noticed'
some other mi? near the handcar shed
and along the track.
"I started to walk "home in the ?Jajrk.
As I was passing two deserted meat
mark? ts near the village stpre Ernest
Welch jumped iiT front of me, grabbed
my arms and started to drag nie be
tw.'-n the two. markets. I a?*??'.? "Why,
Ernie Welch!' He never spxike.
"Then some others grabbed me from
nd, plucked my feet ' fr?-im . the
ground raid stood me on "my "head. I
felt the hands-tearing'my ?flothes off
and then the tar running all over my
body and legs.
"Flarkiw Welch r.ubbe?!, it In with
his handf-," she swore.. "I knew it wast
Harlow br+pavse ho -?used his rtgnt ;
hand. Hjs left -hand-was. cut off lot
an i?Jf?kl??..t. J-couldn't see t h r1" "men,
when I w-as on rr)y head. They-Jet; my
rali and a?fter>*thcpwlng tar in my
face, ran awai*. ? *
"I ran borne.with ir*r?y waist; ?weajt&r
and underdo n ahd ?he sn'p?V?
Did Not Hlui-Ji Alone.
The pro.ieeution / scored a. point
when J?iJg?? Garv>er ruled out many,
Lioi s ?i-rvt-d to pry into th?! girl's!
privat.- Hie.. Sorn?j questions as ro. i*-e?>
relations, with men in the village v
admitted. 1? mio w-asn't the
oYilv ..n?.in : rv t?> blush.
.?-'.Ml iari&s .she. is stl?l
afraid to! stay in ?orwallc while.tho
West* Clark8fielcf/ people abe -? there.
M'm rafralfl of them." she said. "I
was threatened with worse than tarr?
the tarring episode, tlie girl
and' her sister went Into hiding. Pre- ?
\lous to that ?the Lavalley house had!
stoned by the villagers in an
fort to makp the family move out of
town. . ?
HAVANA.? ?rieciaJ.-r* Th?-* British
.??lus, under orde.-s to sail
Friday, unexpectedly left port today,
CHILD NOT HERS
B1CH.M OYD, VA.?-^itet*?laL
?.. ??..?.?-??a,?- 01 Hua?
In? given birth' lo a cutid on i
to?*-r 2.9th lit-t or ?>n any otn?*r
1 kn??w i hat 1 have been
ill, but i believe my Hi?
to be due to fcldney trotible. As
*"t?iii. 1 wa*? uiK???ii.s?'ioii*s el my
trouble ami ?.urrountlings until I
regain?.??! c?.n-?< ii>u??ii?'??s hi the Vir
t Ho | nal."
;il> >\? statement was ma?l?*
.?ptafii <>t -l??-tc?ti\? ?? I li
McMntioii ami l?et?*ctive S??r????aiit
I?) Mi-, Charl?**?
>I.-?i-?.*iian"Vli?iVt1y alt?r U o'?*lock
nata v. at-i'intlii?? to a statement
?I by Captain M?*Mahoii liu
t??r his***%isit to the
liovpita!. where Mr?.
- a patient,
Mi*, vi'i-iiniau v?as apparoiit
Iv in her right mind," said the
captain, "ami tlmugh
sin? wa* ?i-ak from l?er illness.
she -|><?k?? clearly an?l positively.
she deni? - ??v??r>thing. ?L>r cours??,
w?? know that -he ?Hil giv?* birth
t.? a child, lor th l?r.
Nnckols' ?|;itt-ni?>iit. Th?*rt* is Mr.
Merriman's statement. There Is
the birth certificate. A iii?-mb<?r
of the resident ?tuIT or the luv?
pital w??iit into Mrs. Merrlman's
i-ooiii wHh us. A nurse was also
thaore. Itoth seehied to agree tliat
Mrs. Merriman wa?* in her right
'We told her of her delirious
rav hi*-*?-?, o? the <li?***??vcry or tlie
? hild in tlie coal house, of the ar?
rest ?>f her husband, sh?? was un
moved. and to our nstonlshm??ut
d?B* l-ircd tliat slie.had nAwmr had a
?hild in her lire. Of ?"ourse we
?ant say positively, but It l??oks as
ir site already ki*??w Of tin? dlscov
??ry of the? ?hild and tin? arrest of
That. Mi*. M<r*rrlman luid b*??i?n
inform???! ?>f the fa?*ts I a.? fort? the
'arrival Of tltc detectives Is bellev???i
in view ?>r the aplacaran? ?? at the
City Hall this morning when the
inquest was begun of intimate
friends of the Merrlman family,
an?! lh?> information giv?>n out at
?I ? ho-spital that a man calling
himself "Mr. Merriuuin" ??ailed at
tlie hospital last night and asked
to i?K?e Mrs. Merriman. II?? ?lid not
pt?*r*soui*Jiy ???? the woman.
As tlie case now stands, tlie po
llcc' can prove only ?me cliarge
against Merriman : That lie buried
liild without a burial la-rmit.
nie line for su? h offense is trivial.
The poll?-?? are not in position to
prove tliat miy ?Time haK b??en
< ?>muiiue?l. They tire not in ??osi
tlon to prove-r??gnrd l<*ss ?if what
they-may lM?n??ve t?> be true?tliat
the ?-hild found lu tIm? coal lions?*
mu th?? child born to Mrs. Merri
mnn. They are ?liligciilly work?
ing on tlie ?lis??, however, ?nul hope
It? iiik?ov?t mon? fa? ts u|xm whi??h
lh?*y may oase a felony ?-barge?
If a-felony luis !m*?*ii ?*?>mmi(t4?d.
Merriman will appear In Police
< ??im tomorrow morning, how
. and tiii!?*??s the police are
ready will probably demand his re?
Kven wlllle raving in ?iellrium^lMrs.
?*harles Merriman, whose twel\;e?*r?V?i>r
old baby was found Tuesday after?
noon burled in a coal house in the
of **?15 W.-st Mftin Street, was
in constant ?roiirt It N her husband b?
?'?leetrocuted. according \o the testi?
mony of a pupil nurse tr*?m the Vir?
ginia Hospital ariven It.-fon- the coro
in<,ues't this morning.
-Merrlniau whs not pr?-?sent at the in?
quest. He is being hcltl in Jail, sus
: haying killed the child, pre
futnably with gas.
It was also declared by Dr. -Marvin
ivt>l*-. another witness, that the. day
r th?* chilli's birth "Merriirnrn told
him the child hao' been sent to iiruns
Th? doctor did not think that Mr.
inmn was praparad for the birth
of a son. Two months liefore the
i-hlld's birth Merrlman told the doc?
tor who had examined Mrs. Merriman.
BO I?r. Xuckol6\ declared, tha*. Mrs.
Merrlman was not soon to b?: a moth?
er; that it was impossible.
In order that > ?-?atement mrght'-be
gotten from Mr??. Merriman?if po*r
i ?Ooron?-r Taylor, after 'examin?
ing several witnesses, ' adjourned the
lrtt.ue.st until- 3:30 o'clock this after?
The pupil nurse.' Miss Virgli-da Mul
llns. assigned to Mr.?. Merrlman's
room in th?? Virginia Hospital was the
first witness to take the stand this
"Mrs. Merriman was brought to the
hospltaJ on October 30th." the nurse
said. "When I went on the case she
was unconscious. As she grew better
she became delirious. She began to
talk Incoherently of gas, and spoke
of 'Charlie' and said he. had put it
in the,coal house.
"She talked rather at random," the
nurse said in answer to questions put
by Coroner Taylor. "She seemed to
imagine that gas was escaping In the
room. She said she wondered If the
baby would be reported alive. I did
not know what she meant; She
[asked me if I thought 'Charlie'
?would be electrocuted. She repeated
??ver and over again, 'Charlie put it
In the coal house.' I understood' that
she referred to her husband when she
said Charlie, for she called him Char?
ge when he came to see her.
"Mrs. Merrin-jan spoke of gas a
number of times, but did not say how
'1f had* been applied t? the child."
\Vh?*>n Mrs. Merriman was talking
in that manner was she rational?"
the coroner asked.
sh?*. was delirious," the nurse re?
'l>id -she seem to know what she
was talking about?"
'I don't know. 1 regarded her
statements as those of a delirious per?
"Did she speak rationally at times?'
' Y. -
v*. hat ?li?! she say?"
"?hp asked for water and milk."
\Vi\ile she was talking about' ( 'har
lie and the gas did ?Ue ever, com?
pletely recover her rational senses?"
"I don't think ?o, though she could
ifMIze ?her mother and distinguish
?qfie ?fr?*?ni the other nurses."
? "D1?J Mrs. Merrlman say that gas
had -btfeei** given to the child?"
??he say that the child had
"Did she give any reason why she
or her hu.sl.aml might have wanted to
make away with the child?"
: ?id* she say at what lime the child
was killed or died?"
'"'ou are certain that she never
o?.w the gas was use,d?" -
-' Ves. ?. iShe never even said speclfi
c ?My th$t <*as was used, though she
r.poke of gas man*/ times."
?'When ?ho. was talking^ or raving
?lid she Hiipr?iss you as relating the
truth or merely a dream ?"
"I whs,enough impressed to report
the? matt?:r to- the hospital- auperin
"What is Mrs. Merrlman's present
Uonal when I left her."
sJj,e repeated any of her atate
e becoming rational?'" "'
"No; not to my \fie."
The 'nuj*8e was th sed, and
Dr. Marv?n F. \? called.
I>i he was sent for
vxhich 1 rt-nderi-.l." Pi. Flu kols
?aid. going into the detail? of obste
il treatment at some length.
> ou s?-e any bulb ations which
to believe that the child would
"No. ?lr. The child seemed to be
"When? "?lid you see the mother
lay. but b?-fot into
m Mr. Merrlman met nie and
. 'The bat.y is not here. It has
My wife's mottter ****as taken it
... i.runswi? ?h < " inty.' of cours? !
had no reason to d??bjt his statements."
D ?1 you know wbetiier in- wanted
t<* l?e r!<! <?T the child
.11.1 not tmlnk hfl wanted to ' ?tap
it. f??r the day the baby was born be
i asked ni.. 'if I knew anybody who
'would adopt it. l told him be might
it t" some Infants home.*'
I ??-I you know any reason why Mr.
:i might not want to keep the
about two na-OnthS ago I was
?ailed to see Mrs. M.-rrlm.in. who com
i plained of pains In b>*r body I i \
atniiH?-?! h?***r and foim.l that she ?Srould
give birth?1 thought In about
I or ten weeks. 1 told Mr. Merri
man. He expresesd great surprise and
ilmed, That must be untrne! it
Is imp?*>ssibie! \w have been married
only two months."
Pid be say anything about the pa
terhlty of the rhO
He <*niy said. "It's ImpiBBBIhlsl
It ?can't be!' "
"What was Mrs. Merrimnn's condi?
tion after the birth of her chlbl ?"
**8he had repeated ???nvuisions. At
?times she was ntu-onsi-ious; at times
delirious; again she would be
'?d you hear any of her statements
about '<*hnrli?\' 'gas' or tho 'coal
"No. 1 knew ?>nly what the nurse
"As far as you can Judge should
credence be placel In Mrs. Merriman's
"It Is impossible for me to say.
cause I was not there when Mrs. M??rrl
man made her statem?*nts. but Inas?
much as at least one-half of h?*r state
tn?nta?thoe? concerning the coal
house?have proved t<> ???? (rue, I vviii
say that all her statements regarding
- -1 r ?. f t ? r ar?- worth] ol -?rave consid?
eration and Inquiry."
"Were th?*r?? gas f!xtur?-s in the
Captain <?f Detective? Mclfahon and
Detective S.roant?. Wiley and Kellam
then testified. They told what bas al?
ready be??n print???! about the finding of
BRYAN REFUSES TO
DISCUSS EXTRA SESSION
WASHINGTON, D. r. Special.?
A ?Ian ?o iiilniii l.irini-r I'realtlcn ?m,
r??riix*r Via** l*re?l?ien?n, and former
Speaker*, of the llouae of Ki'prfam
?Ntl?ei* to the fl???>m ?if ?he <???>
hiuiKr*. of t uiixri'.*, ?til It the |irl?i
l?-K*r ?'f deba??*, hut n?>t of ?otiiiK
upon |h-ii?ll>iK mennure. wan hroneh
liere Thursday by >Vm. ?I. Urjan.
Mr. illryau*? ?tatetneut ?,n*.
coupled 'with a declaration that he
favored a <-lin?K?* In the time of
a-a.n? enlne t'onicrean. no ?hat ?he
ne*? acaalonn ?ton I ?I healn abort 1 y
nfler Drw membern look offlce,
.??larch 41h. Ile deoliued to all*.? in*m
?he outlook for an t*?lra araslon
??hen I*re?lden?-elec? \\ llnon na
?unim oltle?- neat aprlng, ms-Iiik.
??The J*renl?leut-elt**-e? In conalderluit
the awhject of a apecial newnlon,
and I do not ?-ore to advlae hlni
throurzh the noopapiT?,"
??The quralios 1m often naked,
'What aha!I we do with oar former
1'reMlilentM ?* " ?1 r. Ilryan ?aid.
**.\ow that ??e m????u ??111 have !???>
former 1'rcaldenta nnd ?wo former
\ Ice l'reMlden?a, I? m Ik ht be worth
while to eonalder what suenna roultl
he eiiiplo??*?! to millar (heir experi
e*ce and aoeumuln?ed Information.
It aeensM ?o sue ?ha? ?he nation
m I uli? a? ?II llaelf of ?heir aer
? l?-.-a. and a? ?he anme time afford
. ?hem it dignified aneana of keeplnst;
in eomanuiileatlon ??lib the public.
"It haa .MTurril to me that both
tbeae ends could be attained by m
la***?' alvina; a former Prenaient the
prl? liegen of the Boor In both ?he
- Senate and llou?e, ?till? perminalon
' ?o take part In ?lehnt?*, ??llhoiil, of
courac, ?be privlletce of voting or
?rrtltiK on committee?. The re
?JrlnK *> lee I'realdeut abould be
Kit en these pri? II.-kcn on ?he floor
of the Senate under the aauie 11ml
. tatlona? mi?! I aee no reaaon wbj
- ?hey ahoiil?! not be ?eeorded ?o a
former Speaker of ?be llouae If he
retire? from < on?.*r**i.?."
\aked if hin plan ?*on?euiplated
anlariea. It r. Ilrtnn replied!
-Nail . neceaaarlly. In fae?. It
ou* ht not ?o be connidered from
?be standpoint of benefiting the
pernona to ??b??in the pr!?llegea
ahould be a, ran tel.
"At thla time the plan propose?!
would extend Ita benefit? las the
main to l?cpuhl|?-ana, aa there la one
former Republican I'realdent, and
aoon ?rill be another, while ?here
are two former llepoblienn Vice
1'realdenta, and one former Repub?
lican Speaker. and one - former
Democratic . tee I'rrnldent, Mr.
Adlnl 1*. Stevenaon. It took? non,
however, a. If ?re ?Tere ent?rina;
upon a D?mocratie era, and ?ha?
?he proponed law would not be a
one-aided one. Ilealdea, auch n
matter ought to be looked ?t from
a higher atandpoln? ?han ?hat of
GIRL CRUSHED BY
PHILADELPHIA. PA. Special.
Draw? together by the l,r?K?-?b'
which bad pu? a pall over ?heir
live?, It ??aa a aorrowful family
party which aaaembled at the
Helle? ue Sirntford Hot?*! in ?hla
city toda;. I? ?t?o* made up of .Mix?
?.imita Kllxabelh Vljcr?, who shot
and killed her mother Wednesday.
her father, J. Kappe >l? era, of
??reeiiaburg, l'a.; her brother, J.
Kappe .M J era, Jr.i her fiance, T.
lllitir Diiiartl, of Snlem, Va., and
the latter'a mother, Mr?. \\ . II. Dil
The party left Thursday for
?Mil.-iii, ??here the Interuieut of the
il.-iial woman will tnke place.
.Ml?? M ?era waa ou the v.-rge of
a nervoiin coll?ip?e thla morning,
she eouatantly aoobed for lier
mother, an?! the mon I tender iiilnia
I ration?, of the reluliven f-niled to
comfort her In i?er grief nnd a??lf
??llnn Mjt-r* and Mr. \V. It. ? utfi?
ber!, alxty teiirn of ?ige, of l,t ni-li
hurg* \ a., were detained all day
?eat?rday b*v ?he Trenton police, but
Were releuaed !u?t ulgbl. It ??mm
thought nl Brat Unit < ulhhert waa
coueerued In ?ome way ??lib the
nhntitlng. n? be wna found with Mina
?I ?er** a? ?lie aide of the ?> <?ii/n!?-?l
????man a fe?r aeconiln after the
aouad of ?he -?hot ?routed, the other
pinetengcrn In the cinr, unit brought
?he porter nnd ?a.iuliieior. Later?
< iithberf es-plnlffed Hint be bad
been ?tamllng on ?lu* front plnt
I'orni of ?he car next in ?he rear, mid
had run in when he beard the ahot.
Then the police Informed him ?hut
they would detain blm merely na
material ?vit ne??. The Trenlnu po?
lice hid ?hey are con? luced the
?hooting wan an accident, and that
Mr. ? nth hext ??-cut to the nid of a
person whom be luiil reaaon to be?
lieve waa in- dlnlren**.
Mo.ykttk, ark., s\vi:it
BY IrlSASTltOl S I I Hi:
. 'MO\*E7I*TB, ARK? Special.? Fir?
today destroyed the greater part ?>f
Monette. It swept the business sec?
tion and before It .could be extin?
guished spread to the residential sec?
tion, most of which was, wiped out.
T>ie loss Is e-stirna'ed at $75,000.
. * ' _"_.
We f.jel a little uneasy about our
new :it, now that ihe election
and.he la bound to go home.
being received with, open
(1 not state whether it was
idionce that was
BUT LESS DEATHS
OTATE \\l\s M?i! u lout YEARS'
\\.\i; ??n ? w urn: tikkok
'i in.- Mate's i??m.a?kaute triumph
o\?-r typhoid fever last summer
be? n implicated ?lurit?.-? the Ha**al s
just ended i>> a unique i??*. ord In ?
r?tiin-td mortality from diphtheria, nc
.-?.rthng to full statistics Just an
nounc-ed at the offlce of the State
i of Health.
By the general distribution of enti
? campaign of popular
t-.ii:tatit>n. t!u- number of deaths from
th- "white terror of childhood"
i materially r?*duc?--.i during tin
last four years, hut thia reduction,
itrangely ??nou?*h. has been a?*****om
paiiittt by a slight Increase In the total
number of casea The vlrulenc?
diphtheria has thus been lessoned by
antitoxin, but the ?list-as.- baa been
mur?? widely spread by neglect of pr? -
cautions and proper quarantine.
During tlu? lii ??t year of its rrorsan
laed boartl of health, tin* State re
celved from rural communities report
<>t S.74I ?as,s t>t" diphtheria with a
mortallty of lot, or 7.99 per cent.
During that year, 19oS. tin* State per?
fected arrangements for the ?listri
butlon of ?iiphtheria antitoxin at a low
ii^ur?- ami began a campaign agalnnt
the ?lis? ase. During the Racal year
ending September so. 1912, th.? num?
ber of eases reported rroaa rural ?iis
trtcta was 1.44*1, hut the total number
of reported death* was 111, show**-****
? mortality rat?? 3.1>1 per cent. Thus,
it is pointed out, while the mortality
has been cut In half and where but
on?- child dlea where tWO died f??ur
years ago, the actual number of cases
Sanitarians who hav?- seen the sta?
tistic- at the otlhes ?>f the Slate I'.oard
Of Health are much, inter? ste.i In this
uni?iue i*ecord and offer geveral expia
natlons for the anomaly of an in
rrtiascii* morbidity and B tl??creased
mortality, it is generally reeoi-nized
that diphtheria varies much and that
"good? yearn are Often followed by
"bad*' years without any apparent re?
lation, hut this is not regarded as a
full explanation of the case.
''Undoubtedly,*' said a well known
sanitarian yesterday, "the widespread
ose .ti antitoxin IS responsible for the
reduced mortality. Were this great
remedy Immediately use??' in every
case, the mortality might be still fur?
ther reduced to an absolute minimum.
But the increase in the number of
caeea is probably due to a number of
factors. ? )nr people have less fear
of diphtheria and conaequently tak??
;?ss precautions. In aerdithin. th?*
habit of giving immunizing doses of
antitoxin to all expooed children cer?
tainly prevents many cases, but prob?
ably gives us a number of carriers
who Show no symptom?? of th<* ?liscase.
Th?* other cases can he attributed to
the neglect Of quarantine, to unr??cog
nlzed cases of the disease anil to the
v?ry reprehensible custom ?~>f dismis?
sing a patient from quarantine with?
out being sur??_ that the germa have
dJaapp?*?ared from the throat. The
State is naturally proud to note that
the mortality is hut three and a half
p?r rmt. Where once it was fifty-five;
but we hop,- further education and
th?> observance of full precautions will
wipe the disease from the Stat??."
OFFICER FIRED 5
SHOTS AT FLOYD
V.TTTTEVILLE, VA.? .Special.
The first witness called at
the trial of Sidna Allen vvas Dr.
C. 11. Nuckols, of Carroll count),
vaho att?-ii?i<?l Judge Massie in bis
i le mid Uic judge was suffering
greutly. and ?I?? lar?il In? was
?lying, afi?-r which lie askt?d for
stimulant.-? or for some relief from
his sulieriii?*,?*?.. The junge liad
three wounds, but the one In the
?last n??ar tin* rlglat shoulder waa
tilt? mortal on?*. Th?? ?lying jurist
talk???! rationully and said "Sidna
Allen kill???I him." lit? mentioned
tills several times. Witness
thought Jadee Mu?Mi' r??ulized lu?
Dr. Nuckols also ?examined scv
ernl Of tin* olh?*r, pemMH shot in
the <*ourt ro?>m. Mr. Fowler was
l.ving ?in ihe tloor witli blood
'lowing from his head. He lived
about twenty-four liours.
Juror Kane was in the jury room
and had two bullet vvountls-?one
in the back and one in the I?*g.
?Shedff Webb was lying ?lead on
the Uoor in front or tlie bar.
Mr. ?Uoad was in the ?ourthouae.
II?* was shot in the right ?-lieek,
the ball coming out back of the
n???-k, and kno? king off a collar
Tin? witn?-??s said lie liad had
t'japerlciice with bullet wounds, as
li?* liad IxH'ii toroner or Carroll
and tlu're had licen quite a nuin
betfl of killings in that county. He
did not ex-uinine the other wounds
??i (.?ail at that time. The clerk
was also sliot Inside the thigh and
lind another slight wound on tlie
hip. Witness perrornied no au?
topsy ?m any of tlie persons kill
?hI. He thought ?.??atl's wound
in tlie ?-h?-?-k was made by a
steel ja? k?t bull??t. With sucli
bullets '.j?? liad liad n<? e-apcrieiKe?,
but he bad had experience witli
l??adeu bullets, and had r?*ad
mut ii on lhe siibjc? t o? the steel
jacket. <.oa?l's wound wus not
made by a leaden projectile.
i?r. ,N o< kol?, mail?? no probe of
any of the wounds and did not
M-ek to hnd the bullets.
Tin- c?ui?iic?- oj this w1tn??.??s
was piactit all?, lb?' saun* M in
former trials. When ??u?-:-.! ioueii
by the jiulg?* lit? said lie could
not tell wht'tlu'i* or not the wound
in GtMMTa cii?*ck mus ?lue to a
ball lired Irom an elevation?
lhut it would depend -?oiiu-vvliat
on the position hi?, head mus in
when Um Impact came.
O. L*. Houlett, tin? s?*<ond wit
in*?*?,, leotliicd that he was foe*e
man of the jury wiiicli ??oiivii-tt*?!
Flovd Alien. He gave his lui
pi?-ssioiis of what ?xx'tirred after
the verdict had Ix-cn returned,
anil <l??clar?-<i tiiat Flo; ?i Allen's
remark, "1 ain't going," was
made when the jmlg?? dlr?x?t???l
th?* she-ill to take ?barg?? of tin?
Just before the opening of
court this wliii??.?**? rt*4*?'ivc?l a mes?
sage announcing Un? deatli of 111*.
mother near \\Oodhiwn, in Car?
roll county, and ii?> wa-. ?waiii
in???l out of ?lue ?ir?h*r, .-?? thut
he might return home. ~
F. C. Glllesple, deputy sheriff
?>r Carroll, t<?*-tlli<-?l that In* was
pres??nt on th?* ?lay of the tra
gedy. He ?letailed the events just
pr(M***<ling tin? shooting. He heard
Floy<l All?*ii say. "1 am not
Olllesple said t**?nt be shot
through the bar four times at
Floyd Allen's breast, but that
none of the ??hot?. t?>ok ?*IT?*<*t. II?*
also flre?l at Fyojdm li?*a?l as the
latter w?*nt ont Of the court room.
The ?h-puty sheriff was certain
Shlna Allen iirctl the ilrst -hot.
It was in the ?lirectlon of Judg??
He went out of the court room
ami returne?! after the bring ha?l
?r.illosplc gave a full a-eeonnt of
tlie positions or the men and ot
?.?ndition of the killed an?!
wound?-?!. He saw Hoy?! Allen
?booting In the ?llrtH-tlon of the
?!??? k's ?l?*?k.
Tlic ?b-puiy sheriff was bBBB*>
J?*? l?*?l !?? 1*1 s?*?cr?* ?*r????? ? vMinina
tion by ?In? Ig?? Itiixtoii. It WH?
mor?* sctm-hlng tbnn iiriv giv?*n
?luring tin* ?i|l???r trials, bast ap
? >-ir?-titly ?licit?-?! little that MSA
The prisoner tn**ir< u|? vvll 111:
?l?*r ib?> ?dr?**??. ??r his situation ami
lak?*s KK-at liita"i?"*?i in thi? cvl
? a :!???-.
II?* has l??*on iib?n?? today. Ill?
wife ami ?"l"IMr?*n |nm* not up.
preri-il in court.
\K*V YOHK. Special? l**Hft
Kam*, an a?-lor iin.l slnatrhal
bonking ?pent, has liroudU snit
in ib.* Mipi?*i?<- < Ourt loi* S-*r>.n?lO
again**!* "Itulic" M;ir?|iiai?l, tb??
-lar pltiiu'r <?f tji?* *?<?vv York
Giant*, iilicgiiig ali?'iiatl??ii of the
a 11 ?'?.?on- Off Mrs. Khih*. who Is
known on tin* stage as Hlossotn
Ivan?? signed up Mfii*?,iiard af
t?-r tli?' IwsiliaM s?>ason ??? ap'icar
In n IhaSehall ??kit In vaiul??vlll??
with Mrs. Kasan H ?aras n??i l<???g.
Mr. Kam* all?*g?"s. tintII his friends
t?old him that "ltube's" lnt?*r??st in
his fair singo partner was more
Kam* lia.l the pair vvnt? h?*d and
MOO vv??-k tra?*?*?l iIm?iii t?> Atlantic
I'ity. vvh?"!?* lie ami u privat?? ?le
t???'tiv?? ral?l?*d a hot?*l, ivhere, It is
nll?"g???l. Mnr*|iiar?d an?! the woman
wer?* slopping l??g??th??r.
.Mrs. Kam* ami Manpiard !l.?d
?lovvn tin* lire ?*-*-<*a|>?? nnd came
1<? Now York In an automobil?*,
leaving tlH* ?mirage?! IuisIimikI be
lilnd In Atlantic Ottry busily ?*n
gag?*<l In Mvvcarlng out warrant??
against tin? noted southpaw.
Kam? further nll?*g?*s that he
ili.s?*ov?*r?-?l that Marrpiar?! an?!
Mrs. Kan?* w?*r<? prct??ii?llug to
tn? man ami vvlf?? while traveling
??vcr th?? vuiiilcville <?lr??ult.
Following Death of Woman in
Auto Smash, Companion
NEW YORK. Special. Charged
witli homicide sua grand lar? en v
Of $?.OlM) worth of jewels, Michael
Kos.-nihal. u siilcsinun, was ar?
rested Friday as the result of an
automobile t>?nush up in which ills
companion, Mrs. And?*rson Kciil,
the tw*enty-seven-year-old wife of
a scv?*in*. -six. y car-old Brooklyn
? nnily manufacturer, was killeti.
Knsciithsil ri?luse?i io ills? usa
the a? cident when locked up In
ih?? New Jits??y Avenue Police
Station and later was taken before
.Magistrat?* Niish f?ir. arraignment
with his lips still scaled.
The iiuiomoiillc roll?*?! over a
l.*>0-foot embankment on High?
land lioulcvard last night, and the
-toll??- imincillatcly ?-?mnneni-ed an
The authorities declare tliat
when nrTt?.su*d Koscnthal had in
his pos.-**c*?si(?ii a chamois bail con?
taining tin* j??vvciN vvlilcli had
hung around airs. Held'*, neck
appended from a pink ribbon.
\\ hen the dele? live*?? appealed to
th?- agis! liUMhand of the young
woman he said lie did not know
ids wife was autoiiioblllng at tlic
time <?f her dcatli. ami lie had
neven heard of Rosentbal.
The aiillioritli-s declare tliat
there were others In . tlie pan y
whom they hope to ?null later.
MHUI.A HAS KKMd.VKU AS
!'K.V.V*i\l,\ AMA IM?lr;siDi:\T
PHILADELPHIA, PA? Special.
A? n meet tug of the board of direc?
tor? of the I'cnnn? 1? auln Kallroad
IikIn} 1'realdeu? ?leCrea realgued.
?be realguatlon ?o take effect Janu?
Vice Prenlden? Samuel Itea waa
appointed to ?ueceed him.
Announcement of I'realdent Mr
Crea'a resignation eauaed great
anrprlae In railroad circle?.
UtXi \vmi EBI. CLEARS
.VEW YORK.? Special? Water
ceased to flow In pnrta of the Wal?
dorf-Astoria ytveterday afternoon and
plumber? deride?! that pipes leading
through the baggage room wore stop?
ped up. Ezra C. Bingham, the chief
engini-a-r, tnrn??.d off the witter to that
s.-. tion of the hotel and ordered the
plumbers to cut the pipes.
Bingham's constant companion in
and out of the hotel is Nellie, an Irish
t?-rri?-r, which always Is at hi* heel*.
Nellie vvutrhed the plumbers saw at
the plp-taS, and suddenly, with a yelp
und a growl, leaped forward and
.seized a large, wriggling eel in her j
l'.efore she could bo headed Nellie
made for the stairs with her prey.
l*lngham. the plumbers and the
plumbers' helpers started for Nellie,
but Hhe galloped up the steps, dashed
Into the ?orridor and headed toward
l'e.-i?-?? k Alley.
The eel wriggled and squirmed, but
Nellie had a good hold. The eel's tail
en?*ircle<! her B*SCk and at time? her
body. Into the caf?- l??ped Nellie. The
men with fixed posts about the bar
took Just one look a-t Nellie. Soinu
man shri.-k.-ti :
Every inaa in the cafe who waa
sufficiently agile t<> climb <>n the bar
Climbed there and squealed. Those
wh.? couldn't make the I'liml? broke
running monis to some further point
In th?- hotel or to the stre?-t.
Nellie circled the bar, shaking the
eel in her teeth, then ran up th? ?or
rblor. Nellie loped lnt?i the office of
Assistant Msjiaarer n. i.. Btewart,
leaped on ?a ?hair ant! stooil tip to
show him lu-r valuable catch. Mr.
Stewart didn't want to see it nt all.
He left bis office unceremoniously and
forgot his hat.
Then earn? I'Ingham and the plumb?
er.?. Tiny arasTted th.* ?rrtigaj'iing eel
iron?. Nellie'? month, but they couldn't
hold it aft**r they got it until one of
th? plumbers took h piece of sand
paper, folded tb<- eel into it nnd
squ?*-esed the bundle into th.* pocket of
The cashier in the cafe tried to tell
the men who had climbed on the bar
??r bad broken running records the
true ."-tory. Inn there was none to
listen to him. Th it ??? 1 episode COS!
th? Waldorf-Astoria a lot of cash
THROWN BY HORSE
NEW YORK. Special.? Thronn
from a horae which ?he ???<*? in.??
learning to ride, .Vila? I'.allth 1.. Jiir
?I?, ???enty-flve ? ear? old, daugh?
ter of n \ Irglnin merchant, ?tlio
hna been ?tailing her ?later, lira.
Fiiher, -i:tl lti?eralde Dr!?*, la be?
lle? ed lo he dying In \t i?ahiiigt??u
Height.*? Hospital from a -frnctured
An approaching ?ntomohlle
ennaed her mount to ???It, nm! he
fore her riding mnater ooul.) cheek
?he n h I nuil It reared nnd threw ?he
girl to ?he nf?le???lk. trbere abe
landed on her head. S
OF PRISON LABOR
H VLTIMORE.? Spocial. Som
?l<*iinia(ioii an Hi?' ciiirM.t lalx.r
em and praise of the Ne*a
York and Mluiic*???tn "Stati* um?"
ami "Stat?? a??<?inu" *?>ki?*iii of
employing prl????n labor wa-? the
ka-viiute ?if the rcp??rt ??f lb?* C??m
niitt?-?? (MB l*rls??n l-abor. w hlch
wjis reaaJ iieior?* ti??* ?i??i?*gates to
tin? annual ?-??iivciitbrn of th??
Xina-rlean *r****l?S**>fl .\*??.<??-iatioii by
l'r?"?l?*ri?*k 11. Mills, ?-luiinnan of
lii.ii ??otiiiniii?"?*. hrjre totaay.
'I In? ci>mniittt't''s coiiiim-nt Ota
Hi?* ?*ontia?t lab.ir system and the
"Stau* ii?i\" <?r "Statt* a?'?*<nint"
s.v?t?-n? of regiilaling ?-oiivlct la?
??'I'll?" contract s.v**f?*m. un?l??r
vvlii. h th.* State |??*'?v bl?*-* ?-IvJl
ii>iilr:u>li>is with ???iivii-l lali'?r i
luiti.li. a|>""<*il b.v at l?*-i>t three
??(a) In making s-ii<-h a ooii
tra?l. lin* State iil*?li?*nf??*s the ver)
?m>?iilon vvhb-li gives it the right
of relationship as a |s>li?*o p??w?*r.
'?(b) It ?aflCai tBBB sov?*i-lgii |H?vvcr
of lin? Suit?* to <?iu-<?urag?? imlalr
competition with Its own cit'zens.
"(??) It lo-?*s ?*?u?tr?il over tlie
liit?"grit.\ of tlu* pi*l**?ni??r as a
workman and lb?? p?>vv?*r ?>f ?llo
tation over lb?? integrity <>r his
"The plt?ee price system, so
called, is tin- ?"ontract syst??m un*
?l?-r niioth?-r naiiu*. witli ui??re fa?
vor I?? tin? ??ontnu tor und less s?*
??urlly <?f tinaiu'lnl rctnrn to the
Slat??. Wo. tlwr?*fort?, in?"lii?!e the
two sv*-t?*nis as one, aiwl COM only
r<?4>oiiim??iid this svst?*ni when n?>
otlier m?*ans of i*iiiployin?*nt e*m
"Wo belh-vc I hat ??niploynient
of prl*-on?-i-? slioul?! be dlr*i*?*te?I
??ntlrely I?y the Suit????, and ?hat
the products of tliclr labor should
tx? dispot?ed of b.v th?* Slat?*.
"We l?eli?*ve tliat the lirst ron
sklcrntlon In every organization
should b?? the irMlnlng of iht?
l?ri**<>n?*r. and uft?*r tliat the fin?
ancial results. We b?*licvo tliat
all tin* work ?*nrrlc?d on In tlae
prisons should iw? twi ?listrlbut?*.!
urn! ?!iv??rHlfi?*?I. Uiat eiiiployinciit
?-an Is? provided for all the popu?
lation ?NT th?- institution, anil the
prtxln.-tioii r?*-siilting tli?*refrom of
sniliclent varici.v, SO that no un
???liiiil biird?*ii may como ?>n any
in?!! vidual indiistry. That ev??ry
prls.ui sboiibl he so < la*-?*lfl?*d tliat
a ?*ertalii group of ?n?*n should be
at all tbiK-a provide*?! with work
on larins, roads ami oih?-r out?
side wank, and a largo portion of
ca?h paisoa |H?pulation should be
employed ?m tin? Slat?- Accoiint
Svstcin. ami vvhcr*??v??r posf-ible.
tin* produelhui of ?heir labor
should Is- ?lisposcd of to tin? Suite
11 it? 1 its FM.Iitl.-al division?.
"We liclli'Va' it is possible for
??very State having a population
of two million inhabitant*?, <?r
mor?*, lo employ all its <*onviet
|K>pulatloii In the niaiiiifiK'ture or
rai-1ng of unidos for tin* use '?I
the State and ifs political divi?
In ?h-nllng with th?? < rlth.sm of
tin* "Slat?' in-" ami "Sint?? a<?
coiiiit" systems of employing eon
vl?"is. tin* -""?port says: "The
who!?* sv?i??m will Is* ?-rUbiscd by
aJataaaa win? hav?? not tak?*n the
Hin?? to make a study of tin?
prison hilsir svsl?*m. Their whole
arguin?-ut is based on a fslse
premise thai It Is wrong for Ihe
Stat?* 10 rccciv?? any profit from
tin* protlu?*ts of prison lalfor. Th??
answ??r is tliat a noii-<*<?inpllam*?
with this s.vstcm would rt.--.-uIt In
in?"ni?'i?'ii?".v. while ?*fll?"lency it, the
k?*viioi?* of uitsu'rn inditstrtal sys
Continuing, the report says:
"Your I'oiiimitu**- is fully aware
tliat a system of labor adapted to
the larger and m ore populous
States may not tie possible of op
eration In all Hie Stat??s. Tliey.
Liicrefort?, give their cntlorvcmcnt
to tin? su?*?e*t-.ful ?*ffort.s ma?le in
many Stales and Canada in out?
door ?'IlipbiV lliellt? -'
In ??oiulusloii. Hie re-port says:
*Th?* prisoner?, in every Stale
??honI<1 be so els**?-!fled ami group
?*?1 tliat labor, always, dir<H*te?d
by Un* Slat.?. ?*nn be prov1d??d suit?
ably to tin? needs of each class of
I?rl??oii?"r??. a certain proportion
of prisoners should be en*i*p|?iy???i
at farm vv??rk. road building,
building <rc??tioii nnd otlier out?
side work. Amither. and prob?
ably lurger group. Including all
tin? rest of the prison population,
should tie employed at pr*o?luctive
imlu?t-tries In the msunuXacture of
geiu-rui in?>r<-liam!is<*. selected
tioth with a view of trade hwru?*
tjon and utility of product, an?!
tlae products of su?*li <*mployuu*iit
should tx* sold to and use?! by tlie
State, so far as po*?*d !*-!?*, and
whererer the needs of the State
arc not *?iiftici<>nt to ah?sorb the
produ?*ts liicy should be supple
nient?**:] by otlicrs that can be ?lsetl
within tin? State where tliey are
man uf act n red."
SUCCEED MC CLUNG
United States Treasurer Tenders
His Resignation to President
WASH1>0T0X, D. C? Soziale
1.o?- ??<?? Im?*., treiiMiirer a??** th?
United States, presented his
re?igunlla?n to I'reNxieut 'l'ait, ?ay
Ing that prltnte bu?iueaa engage?
ment? forced him to retire from hla
The I'rexldcnl accepted Mr, Mr
? luiig'a reaignatlon with regret.
? iirnil 'lit o nip ??in, accretary to the
I'realdeo?, ??III auccee?! Mr. a**->
?lung mm (renaurer. Allbougb no
official uuiiounceiuei.t to ?hi? ef?ect
?Vas* mude ut ?he Whit?* House ?<>
?In?, It t?cenme known ?ha? ?he
treiiMiirerahip of ?he I lilted Sin le?
??ou?t! be tilled by ?he I'realdeuf?
prit ate *??r?l*l s aa aoou a? ?he
chnlriiinu of the National ?Oiiinilt
tee, lllllea, return? ?o .Vnahingtan.
?Tzar Pariions a Private.
ST. Pl*^BRSBl*ri*C,? Sp?3cial.?"Aa
an e?xpr?rs**sion of my ?thanks for the
gra? ?? of <;?>d, to which Is? due the re
covery of th?- heir to the throne, I
pardon private Duchurin his grave of?
This i.s th? language of an imperial
ue?-r?-e granting pardon to a Midler,
who was sentenced to penal servitude
for life for leaving the ranks at a re?
view, in ord?-r to band a petition to
EGGS SOLD FOR
72 CTS. A DOZEN
>EW YORK. SpecIal^-**?Sfrict
ly fresh" eggs ?old for 72 ?cuts
n dozen retail, one of the higli
i-st prh'cs ever received for them
in this city.
Ucslern lahl egza were quoted
from 10 to t? cents a tlozen un?
der this price, while storage eggs
went begging at 24 cents.
Complaints have come to this paper
that Rivermont avenue is no longer
traveling at night. We suggest
that now ts an excellent, opportunity
for Rivermont wives to get their hus?
band? into good habits.?Ad va:.