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THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES.
VOX. XIV.-No. 34?
PIUOB IUKE1 OH.MT8.
ROANOKE,VA., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1895.
ffDIX A8SOCI?TJ5D PBHS8 TELKOBAH8,
AIX TUB JNKffS Ol HIB WOHLD.
Forecast for Virginia: Fair; slightly
cooler; westerly wind*.
A Rainy Day Lesson!
Probably some of your
furniture has been
spoiled by that leak
In your roof.
We can find it.
Roanoke Rooflng and Metal Cornice Co.,
Commerce .St. and Franklin Road.
J. B. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager.
- 'Phone 228.
H Never Dry i
I SOD? 1
1 Ooia. Soda.
I Massie's Pharmacy. |
AND TIIK 11 EST IN AMERICA
FOR TUB l'RICKS.
All the Delicacies of the Season
Served at reasonable prices.
The Table is always supplied
wltll tlie best that Is to he
had In tin- markets,
X3f Tlie only Restaurant In the city
with a separate Dialog Room Tor
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4.
Monthly Board $15.
Flowers, Beautiful Flowers!
IS THE LOVELIEST OF ALL CRE?
ATION'S HANDWORK, and NEXT
COMBS THE BEAUTIES OF THE
FLORAL KINGDOM; BUT FLOW?
ERS WITHOUT LADIES LOdB
HALF THEIR ATTRACTION.
WILL BE FULL OF BEAUTIFUL
FLOWBR8 TO-DA Y, AND WE
WANT EVERY LADY IN KOAN
OKE TO ADD TO turn! ATTRAC?
TIVENESS BY COMING TO SEE
Orders for Flowers
WILL BE PROMPTLY Bl ..LED ALL
CHRISTIAN-BARBEE DRUG STORE
A. I). RICK, Trustee,
Cor. Salem Ave. and Jefferson St.
P. S.?Always wait for street curs In our i<torc.
Se USHERS' GIFTS.
Among tho new specialties In solid
silver at Inviting prices wo men?
tion tho new COLONIAL, which,
without a doubt, is the handsomest
pattern on tlio market to-day. It is
the most popular pattern in the
FOR USHERS' GIFTS.
Wo have a large and handsome as?
sortment or these gifts and our ex
perlenee has taught us how to
make each article an individual
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Engagement and Wedding Rings,
Plain and Jeweled.
EDWARD 3 GREEN
Manufacturing Jeweler and Oradnato Optician,
No. 6 Salom Avenue.
Kyes Examined "We
ifree of Charge. Wholosale.
VIRGINIA BAPTISTS CONVENE
Seventy-Second Session of the
At tbe First Baptist Church la Peters
bars?Called to Order by President
Dunaway?Bev. Dr. Landrail*, of tbe
Second church of Blohtnond, Prosohed
the Annual Sermon?Business Session
Peterbuuro, Va., Nov. 15.?Tho Bap?
tist general association of Virginia con?
vened in Its seventy-second annual ses?
sion at the First Baptist Church to-night
at 7:30 o'olock. The spacious edifice
was taxed to its utmost capacity to ac?
commodate the large congregation. Rev.
T. S. Dunaway, of Fredericksburg, who
for the last two years haB boon honored
with the office of president ot the body,
called tho association to order.
After devotional exercises Rev. W.
W. Landrum, D. D , pastor of the Sec?
ond Baptist Church, of Richmond,
preached the annual sermon. Tbe busi?
ness session of tho association will com?
mence to-morrow morning.
The most important question to he
disaussed will bo the consolidation of
tho Sunday-school and l?ble board and
tho State mission board. This subject
will bo reached Monday. Tho prevail?
ing impression is that the boards will
noi bo consolidated.
The conferenco of the Baptist pastors
will be continupd to-morrow and a num?
ber of interesting subjects discussed.
Thooonferonce adjourned until to-mor?
MKS. CHARLOTTE MOON CI.ARK.
The Distinguished Literary Lady is Criti?
cally 111 In Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 15.?Mrs.
Charlotte Moon Clark (Charles M.
Clay), a literary woman of note, is lying
critically 111 at tho rosldonce of hor son,
tho Rev. Frank Plncknoy Clark, rector
of St. G^orgo'a Protestant Episcopal
Church, West Philadelphia. She mot
with a serious fall last August and has
boon confined to hor bod ain^o. Mrs.
Clark was born in Virginia Blxty-slx
years ago. She was educuated at Oxford,
Ohio, being a schoolmate and life-long
friend of Mrs. Benjamin Harrison.
Just after tte Franco-Prussian war
Bho was correspondent for the New
Orleans and other papers and haB writ?
ten a number of successful books,among
them "Iiaby Rue," "JJow Sho Camo
Into Her Kingdom," and "Tho Modern
liagor." In England Mrs. Clark m6t
and made intimate friends of Bulwer
and Mrs. Ritchie, and in this country
numbered In tho closer circle of her
friends, Jeffernnn Davis and L. Q C.
Lamar. Sho is well known personally
and by her work In London, New York,
Washington and tho South. Her illness
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Be is 111 and in Need of Warmer Cloth
lng?Bis Family Penniless,
Washington, Nov. 15.?The family of
ox-Consul John L>. Waller, now im?
prisoned at Nimos, Franoe, received to?
day a letter dated October 10, In which
Waller gives a gloomy account of his
condition 11? says that be has been
suffering 'rotn a violent hemorrhage of
Be said tho new directory of the
prison has, in viow of his oondition, ar?
ranged so that he can purchase some
food which is necessary for his hoalth
and flannels to protect him from tho
cold and he urges his family to send his
money at once for those useB so that he
can roceivo it boforo the middle ot No?
This found Mrs. Waller in a state of
destitution. She has received no as?
sistance from the government sinco her
arrival and has already exhausted tho
860 received from public contributions
before the State Department undertook
to bring them from Mauritius. They
are now penniless and dependent on
TOO ABSURU TO I MAO INK.
Bow Senator Daniel Characterizes the
Cleveland Third-term Talk.
"There iin't much to be said about
the political situation," remarked Sen?
ator John W. Daniel, of Virginia, to a
Post reporter, essaying to interview him
at the Hotel Page. "One thing stands
oat clearly, and that is that with the
Republicans in the asoendant in both
branchos of Congress tho burden will be
shifted to them, and the people will
anxlouBly wait and watch for the wlso
and beneheent legislation that party
haB promised to give. The Democrats
are out of it now, for a while at least,
and tbe opposition can have full play at
the Capliol. Though beaten now, I do
not regard the Democracy in tho light
of a permanently vanquished party. It
has stocd Rome soro ordeals in tho past,
and can weather this storm, too. its
principals c-nnot be annihilated."
"lUve you any Idea, Senator, who
will b? nominated by the Democracy for
"Do you think there is anything in
tho talk about Mr. C'.evoland having a
"It is about tho most absurd thing im?
aginable "?Washington Post.
VETOED BY THE MAVDK.
The Ordinance Increasing the City Engi?
Mayor Jones has vetoed the ordinance
recently adopted by Counoll providing
for an increase in the foroe of tbo otBoe
of tho city engineer. Tbe ordinance
provided for an assistant at $50 and a
rodman at $35 per month. Had tbe or?
dinance gone into effect tbe expense of
the office would have been Increased S43
per month. Tbe present assistant re?
ceives $4*2 por month.
Tbe mayor's message convoying the
veto is as follows:
To the Honorable City Council:
I fail to approve the recommenda- '
tlon passed by the Counoil November 7, j
1805, giving to tbe olty engineer an as?
sistant at $30 per month, and a rodman
at $35 per month. I And that auction.
33, chapter 1, pago 28, provides:
"No money shall be expended on any
department of tbo city government be?
yond tho amount appropriated to Buch
department in tho general appropria?
tion ordinance for the fiscal year, unless
sucb expenditure shall bo authorized by
three-fourths of tbe vote of all the
members elected to Council."
Therefore, thero in no fund appropri?
ated for tho paymont of these two men
in tho general appropriation ordinance
and if they aro employed tbore is no
provision for paying tbolr salaries. A
lettor from tbo chairman of the finance
committee, In response to one written
by me, states: "That tbe salary ap?
propriation will have to besupplomented
to meet salaries of different city offi?
cers, now employed," and to use the
langnage of the chairman of tbe finance
committee, "There will bo a deficit on
account of salaries at tho close of tbe
year, first of July, 1896, of $1,411 37."
A letter from tbe city auditor also
states that the appropriation for salaries
already made will not Day the regular
Balariod officers already approved by
Council, and that tbo appropriation will
have to be supplemented, whether any
additional chargea aro made to the ac?
count or Dot.
I, thorefora, find no fund provided to
moot this additional expense of $43 per
month allowed to tbe office of tbe city
engineer, and for this reason fall to ap?
prove tbe recommendation. Respect?
S. E. JONES, Mayor.
Capt. Wingate, the city engineer, was
seen by a representative of Thk Times
in regard to tbe above and be made the
"I think tbe mayor erred in assuming
that tbe increased force allowed to my
office must be paid out of the appropri?
ation for salaries This appropriation
was basod upon salaries recommended
by tbo committee on finance for officers
elected July 9. In ordor, however, to
provide for any contingency tbat might
arlso, which waa not provided for in tho
general appropriation, an appropriation
of $1,000 was subsequently placed to tbo
creditof tbe contingent account. There?
fore I claim that Inasmuch as tbe in?
crease In the expenses of running my
office was a contingency, that the same
should be paid out of the contingent
fund and not out of the salary appropri?
TBE L?NEN It U KG FBISONBRS.
The A11 pi i cat Ion for a Uandamna Argued
Before the Court of Appeals?Decision
Richmond, Nov. 15.?Tho supreme
court room was crowded to the doors
when tbe case of tho Lunenburg mur?
derers came up at 11 o'clock this morn?
ing. Major Scott, attorney general, in?
augurated the proceedings with an ad
dross to the supreme judges, in which
he stated the character of the question
upon which the court was asked to pass.
In concluding the attorney general sub?
mitted the request tbat ho be given tbo
privilege of opening and concluding tho
argument. Tbe court refused to gran*
tbe request and Major Scott read bis
answer to tho potition filed yesterday.
R G. Soutbair, representing tbe court
of Lunenburg, then read thu petition
and opened the argument. He spoke
for about an hour, making a vigorous
denial of tho right of Governor O'Fer
rall to interfere with or oppose tbe will
of Judge Orgaln in the premises. The
attorney general's reply consumed the
same longth of time. lie made a strong
defense of the course pursued by the
governor, and maintained tbat his ex?
cellency bad acted wisely and within
his legal province in all that bo bad
Mr. Southall was again beard. He
arraigned tho circuit court severely for
its action in the case, contending that
Judge Wolfcrd had exceeded his juris?
diction when he committed tbe prison?
ers to the city jail. The attorney gen?
eral submitted the case with a brief re?
ply and tbe court announced that it
would reserve its decision for the pros
Bids For the New Battleships.
Washington, Nov. 15?The bids for
tbe proposed new battleships to be
built under the appropriation made
during the last seaslon of Congress
will be opened on tbo 30th Instant. It
is expected tbat there will be only
four bids, which will be submitted by
the Bath Iron Works, of Bath, Maine;
tbe Union Iron Works, of San Fran?
cisco: tbo Newport Newa Shipbuilding
Company and the Cramps.
A Question of Consistency.
Si'RlN?iTKhD, O., Nov. 15, ?In an ani?
mated discussion by Michael PoBt G A.
R. regarding tbe Cuban question, lien.
J. Warren Kelfer claimed that tbe
United States could not consistently
recognize tho Cuban patriots as Wollig?
eren ta for tbe reason tbat th> United
States protested when Europevj powers
so recognized the Confederary.
Died From the Effecte of Uorphlne.
New Yoke, Nov. 15? Catherine F.
Goodwin, known on the stage as
Marjorlo Bonner, was found dood In her
boarding houao to-day. The coroner
said that death ensued fro.11 an overdose
Old OfHoera Re-elected.
ATLANTA, Nov. 15.?The stockholders
of tbe Georgia, Carolina and Northern
I Railway Company mot here to-day. Gen.
I R. F. Hoko was again chosen president
I and tho old board cf directors re olectod.
OUR MISSIONARIES IN TURKEY
They Will be Given All the
Secretary of State Olney Says the Bub.
lime Forte Hn Promised as Much to
Minister Terrell, Bat Made it Clear
That tho I'nltsd States Will Take Mo
Part In tho Turkish Cjaestlon,
Washington, Nov. 15.?Rev. Judson
Smith, secretary of the American board
of foreign missions, and Honry Hyde, of
Boston, had a conference with Secretary
Olney to-day concerning the situation
of American missionaries in Turkish
territory. They placed the Sooretary
In possession of all the Information they
had bearing upon the matter and, It is
understood, wore assured it li the pur?
pose of tho administration to afford all
possible protection to the missionaries
consistcn; with the general policy of
Th?j Socrotary told them that Minis?
ter Terrell had been instructed to make
the strongest possible representations
to the porte as to the necessity of af?
fording protection to Americans gen?
erally, and Bald that he waa satlofled
that such representations had not only
been made, but that the Turkish au?
thorities hr>d virtually promised to do
all that had been askod. Consequently,
the propor protection of our citizens In
Turkey resolved Itself into a question of
good faith and of ability on tho part ot
the porte to make ltB promises good.
Tbe Secretary made It quite clear,
however, that while the United States
Government would do all in its powor to
protect Americans in Turkey it would
not interfere in the settlement ot the
general questions In dispute and would
leave these matters to Turkey and to
the combined powers ot Europe to settle
among themselves. The reports of the
missionaries expressed themselves as
entirely eatiafJed with the course of the
Government in the matter.
IT IS A UAUGHTEK.
The Young Czar the Happy Father of a
St. Petersburg, Nov. 15.?Tho ac
couchment of the Czarina occurred thin
evening. At 9 o'clock a daughter was
born to tho Czar and Czarina. Both
mother and child are doing well'
Services connected with tho birth of
the infant wore held In accordance with
the rites of the Orthodox Creek Church.
The baby has been named Olga.
Tbe Czarina (Grand Duchess Alexan?
dria Feodorovna) was born at Darmstadt,
Hesse, June 6, 1873. She was the Prin?
cess Allx Victoria Helen Louise Beat?
rice of Hofbo and was married to Czar
Nicholas II on November 20, 1804. In
accordanoo with the laws of Russia,
and by manifesto issued by Czar Nich?
olas, ou tho 2lst day of October (old
style) lS'.u, she was renamed Alexandria
Foodorovna and received the title ot
grand ducheiH and Imperial highness.
Princess Allx was the daughter
of Grand Duke Louis IV, of Hesse and
of Alice, princees of Great Britain and
Ireland, third child and second daughter
cf Queen Victoria.
When Princess Allx was but 12 yoars
of age, and while In attendance at the
wedding of hor sister, Elizabeth, she
met Nicholas, then grand duke, who
was in his sixteenth year. Tho chil?
dren became attached to each other,
but tho Czarevitch's affection for the
princess was diverted for some time.
Sodden Death ot a Norfolk Lady.
Petersburg, Va , Nov. 15.?A Bpeclal
to the Index-Appeal from Richmond,
Bays: MrB Dey, of Norfolk, mother of
tho city collector of that city, died hero
to-day under distressing circumstances.
She camo up to attend the Mothodlst
Conference. This morning just as she
got off a car near Centenary Church sho
became paralyz3d and passed away at
2 p. m.
Corbett Boluses to Fight.
Ei. Paso, Tex., Nov. 15.?To-night
Dan Stuart rooetvod the following in
answer to hio offer made last night:
' Corbett has retired from tho ring. ? W.
A. Hrady " Stuar; showed the tolegram
to tho Associated Press reporter and
said: "I will go to Now York anyway
and ask Corbfitt to sign and if hn dcb
ltivedy refuses then I will ask Maher to
go against Fi'.ziimmons."
Lacks Continual Ion.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 15.?Tho
report that a game will bo olayed on
Christmas day between tho Yale foot?
ball eleven and tho University of Geor
gla eleven lacks confirmation One
point is verv cioar, that the regular
eleven, tho 'Varsity tonm, wlil not go.
They have no knowledge of any nego?
tiations for a gamo.
Want Bible Heading Restored.
CntCAOO, Nov. 15.?A petition bear?
ing 00,00'J eipnatureB and aBking that
the reading of the Bible be restored to
tbo public schools will be presonted
won to the board of education The
pntDlon has been preoared and oircu
la'.od by Woman's Educational Union,
Transfusion of Hlood Resorted To.
Montreal, Nov. 15.?Prof. Wm.
Osier, of Johns Hopkins University,
arrived hero to-day to attend R. L.
GauH, the Canadian cotton king, who
Is dying with Bright's disease As a
last effort to savo bira, transfusion of
blood Ib being resorted to.
The Striae Foil Through.
New York, Nov. 15 ?Tbe Btrlke of
cab drivers and sablemon which
promised last nigh'to paralylse travel
by hired vehlc'es in the city for an in?
definite tlmo. fell through this morn.
Ing when most of the men roturned to
Savannah, G? , Nov. 15 ?A baby
carriage containing two negro children
was overturned In the stroot to-day.
i Evallna Moultle was kllloi and Sadie
1 Prootor fatally Injured.
WEEKLY BSTIBW OV TRADE.
The Stook Market Recovering?Outlook
for Cotton, Wheat and Iron.
R. Q. Dun 4 Go's, weekly review of
trade says: Tbe aoare about gold ex?
ports had no real significance, and al- j
though $3,350,000 more will go out to?
day tbe stock market has baen recover*
ing. There was and la a substantial
cause of difficulty, in tbe fact tbat ex?
ports of products have been too small to
meet tbe greatly lnoreaaed imports of
merchandise. The collapse of Kaffir
speculatlona abroad has forced many to
realize on Americans held and the im?
pression that our government may have
to borrow again also operates to our dis?
advantage. But thero is no local dis?
turbance of money markets.
Tbe government monthly crop report
has caused, as usual, rather more un?
certainty as to its Interpretation than
previously existed as to orops. Tho
cotton statement, lacking account of
acreage on which It was based, was of
only speculative value and the mero
rumor that Mr. Nelll had not reduced
hie ostimate of the orop actually weighed
more than the official ostlmato The
bottom fact Is that evon a smaller orop
than anybody exacts, with throa
million bales carried over, will assur?
edly prevent any famine In cotton.
Meanwhlio the exports decrease 30 per
cont. in quantity.
Whoat perplexes the oldest Inhab?
itant. Thore is really little reason to
expect a yield larger than last yoar's,
but Western receipts, 8,S03,8G4 bushels,
against 4,036,639 last year, do not moan
scarcity of wheat.
The output of pig Iron November 1
w?b 317,306 tons weekly, about 10 por
cont. larger than ever before, and a con?
tinuance of the same production for six
weeks more would make tbe halt-year's
output 5,930,000 tons or more, about
450,000 tons greater than in another
half year. Tho startling fact
is tbat demand for products of
iron and steel falls off, notwith?
standing the Increases In output of
pig, and though only a few concerns
have closed on any lack of orders, prices
aro sinking, having declined 2 7 per
cent, for the week and 6.4 from tho
highest point. For the past week fail?
ures b%ve been 383 in tho United Statos
against 270 last yoar and forty-nine In
Canada against thirty-eight last yoar.
Rold Attempt to Rob a Rank
WoonsKiKLi), O , Nov. 15,?An at?
tempt was made at an oarly hour this
morning by four men to rob tbo Monroe
county bank at this place. They drilled
several holes In the vault, destroying
the time locks,but failed to got in. Just
before they began operations in the
bank, Sheriff J. P. Keyser had occasion
to go to his stable in tbo rear of tbo
bank building, and while walking down
the alley the four oraoksman pounced
upon him, bound and gagged him and
robbed him of 860 and a gold watch.
They then placed him In the stable,
where ho was found this morning. Thero
was a large amount of monoy in the
Anxious to Settle the Question.
Paris, Nov. 15 ?M. Boribelot, ao
oordlng to tbo Matin, is desirous tbat
bis department, the ministry of foroign
affairs, ehould settle tbo question of
legality of tbo proceedings in tbe case
of Jobu L Waller, undergoing sentence
of twenty years imprisonment for cor?
responding with tho liovas, as ptomptly
as possible. This desire la brought
about by tbo fact that the United States
government is insisting upon a final
reply to Its representations In the case.
Lou More Than Was Koported.
Denver, Col , Nov. 15 ? It Is bolieved
at police headquarters in this city -bat
the amount of money stolen from tho
WellB Fargo Kxpress C. mpany at Col?
orado Springs was $55,000 instead of
t~0 000, as given out at the time of tbe
robbery. The officials of tho company
are uxiromoly retlcont. So far as known
no tangible clues to tbe thieves have
Dcclnrrd a Fabrication.
London, Nov. 15.?A story from
Washington to the effect that a second
ultimatum bad boon sent to Vonozuela
by Great Britain is officially declared to
be a complete fabrication. The original
so called ultimatum has not yet boon
delivered to tho Venezuelan govern?
Death of Dr. Durham.
Raleigh, N.C.. Nov. 15 ?Rev. Dr. 0.
Durham, one of tbo most prominent
figures in the Baptist Church in this
State, died to-day in his 52d yoar. lie
was corresponding secretary of tho mis?
sion board and led tbe fight against tho
State making appropriations for hlghor
education In North Carolina.
Guarded to I'revent Lynching.
Winston, N. C, Nov. 15.?White, the
Indian dootor who assaulted a 16-year
old girl In Carbarrus, is In jail at Con?
cord It is reported that ho ia being
guarded to prevent the indignant
friends of the girl's father from lynch?
Augnata College Earned.
AuousTA.Ky , Nov. 15.?Augusta Col?
lege, tbe most historic building in tbe
city, was to-day destroyed by fire. It
caught at noon, with400 children in the
buiutng. Tbete was a mad rush and
ihu greatest difficulty In r eculng them.
All were saved.
No Donbt of Hla Identity.
Washington, Nov. 15 ?It is stated
at the Postotfico Dopartment that there
is no doubt tbat the man held at
Bruges is Russell, tbo postolfice robber,
who escaped from tbo Ludlow atroet
ja>il, New York.
Ilrltlah Launch Sunk.
London, Nov. 15.?Tbe admlrallty
baa received a dlapatob from Shanghai
saying that tho launch of tho British
cruiser Edgar had beon sunk with a
loss of many lives.
Ebon D. Jordau Dead.
Boston, Nov. 13 ?Eben D. Jordan,
tho head of tho great dry gooda firm of
Jordan, Marsh A Co., this city, died to?
day. Mr. Jordan was 73 years of age,
and his Illness roBulted chlelly from ad
VIRGINIA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Proceedings of That Body of
Dr. Paul Whltehead Creates Something of
a Sensation by Mentioning Beportfl
Derogatory to a Member?The Case of
Rev George Bay Make? a Tangle on
Technicalities?Ministers Admitted to
Richmond, Vb., Nov. 15.?In the
Methodist oonferenoo to-day Dr. Paul
Whitohead made something of a sensa?
tion by Baying when the name of Rev.
J. R. Griffith was called that there were
reports that Mr. Gri?lth did not pay
his debts. Mr. Griffith denied the
charge and asked for a commltteo of
Investigation, which was afterwards ap?
The case of Rev. Gaorgo H. Ray, Jr.,
also oxclted interest. This preacher
had decided to leave tho Methodist
church and finally lo enter tho ministry
of tho PruBbytorlarj ohurch. East
Hanover PreBbytory declined to take
any action out of doforonco to tho con
fnrence until an otllclal endorsement of
Mr Ray by thlB conference.
Thnro was something of a tangle of
technicalities in this case, and while
tho approbation of members of the per?
sonal worth and slnosrlty of the young
preacher was expressed freely there
seomed to be somo perplexing details
of church law in tho matter. It waa
finally Bottled by a resolution of the
conference that Mr. Ray bo given his
freedom from tho membership of the
Methodist Church and a certificate of
good standing at this dato given him.
Rovb. Samuel C. Hatcher, J. S,
Poters, George E. Booker and Ernest
Hey were admitted to deacons' orders
and Revs. Ernest P, Hall, R. s. Bang
han. R. T. Waterfleld, W. S. Beau
champ, F. W, Proctor, A. A. Whitmore
and Jarnos W. Ilakcr to full connection.
SHOT by A DETECTIVE.
Much Excitement Caused in Chicago by
tho Shooting of Frank White.
Chicago, Nov. 15.?Frank White, a
brotbor of Claronco White, a noted bur?
glar and thief, was shot and instantly
killed last night by Edward Dlx, an
officer of a private detective agenoy.
Tho officer was looking for Clarence
White when ho root Frank riding In a
buggy. Stories differ as to how tho
shooting began, but Dix claims that
White fired tiDort him first and that he
returned the fire. TnlB Is denied by tho
friends of White. Dlx was arrested.
The shooting has caused a great deal
of discussion among citizens and prom?
inent attorneys as to the assumption by
private doteotive agenoles of authority
to arrest men without warrants and
muoh Indignation is expressed thereat.
Tho case promises to become a cele?
brated one In this line, as it is asserted
that in no State exoept Illinois are prU
vato detect!ves allowed such latitude.
REAL, ESTATE DEALERS
it is to tour advan?
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A Contest In the Danville District
Danville, Va , Nov. 15.?W W.
Cobbs, the defeated Republican candi?
date for State senate, ye?"irday served
notice of oontest on H >n Eugene
Withers, tho Democrat wno .vis e-iected
by 203 majority. Mr C^bb* alleges
fraud In tho Third ward of hin city, and
asks that that w*rd be thro vn out. Ho
also alleges fraud In tho S 'C ind ward,
and at Stukes precinct In this county.
Weettiy Hank Clearing*.
New YORK Nov. 15 ?Following are
the total hink clearings for the wr.ok
ending November 15, showing In
croaso or decrease compared wttn cor?
responding we?k last vear. Total
United States, 81,170.350,164; increase,
14 5 Erolustv? of New York, S519,
703,070; Injrpaop. j| rf Domiiion of
Canada, 825,378,695; increase. 14 D
The Foil Tax Dlscuised Yesterday,
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 15.?The con?
stitutional convention devoted a day to
a discussion of the proposed increase of
the poll tax. The propositions to make
it 82 and 81.50 Instead of SI, wore voted
down. The committee reported in favor
of exempting all persons 00 years old
and over from the poll tax An amend?
ment to make the limit fifty years was
The United States Government re?
ports show Royal Baking Powder su?
perior to all other*