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It the only newspaper In Newport News that receives full As eeciated Prese report. VOL. XL, NO. 18(> ly?iSW1eiJ in jail by soldiers Alleged leader ol the Mob That Hanged Three Negroes From a free Arrested. VICTIMS VJTILHED BY RIOTERS While Man Dying. Prom Wounds Rc ceiveil Willie Trying lo Dreak Into Prison Which ir. Wrecked-~Lycr ly's Daughters See Oodles Hanging From Limb?One Fellow Confessed. (By Associated Press.? SALISBURY. N. C. Aug. 7.?The city is ijulet after the triple lynching last night. Guorge lrvin and Henry Glllesple ami the wile or Jack Dil llngbam were taken tu Charlotte this morning for sale keeping. True hills for murder In the first degree wore found by the grand jury yesterday agulusi lrvin. Henry Gilluspie and the DilHnghnut wo? man hut tho mob did not disturb them last night. Henry Glllesple this morning stal? ed I hat Dilllngbam had made a con testiloii in Ihn Charlotte jail that he and Nease ami John Glllesple mur? dered the Lycrly family. MOB LEADER IDENTIFIED. Now Locked Up In Jail?Others to Be Arrested. HALP.Kill. N. C. Aug. 7?This uf teruoon Governor Glotin received a telegram from judge it. P. Long, al Salisbury to the offool thai George Hall had been Ideal filed as a loader of Ihn mob thai lynched Ihc alleged murderers of Ilm Lycrly family last night am) ho has been placed in jail, thai evidence was produced against others ami the prosecution is being pushed as rapidly and thoroughly as possible. The governor, at Ihc rei|lic?l of. Sheriff Julian and Judge Long, tele? graphed an oidei- lo the military company at Charlotte, lo go lo Salis? bury at once and guard Ike jail to prevent the liberation of any alleged lynchers who may be arrested. Engineer a Rioter. Today J. ('. McLendqn, the South? ern railway engineer who was shot In the mouth, is expected lo die al Salisbury. Ilq leave;; a widow ami four children. A peace officer i.< said to have shot the engineer ns be was battering a window. Others say that he was merely a spectator. NEGROES TORTURED BY MOB. White Girls, Lycrly's Daughters, Sec Bodies Dangling From Tree. SALISBURY, N. ('., Aug. 7.?The bodies of Nen.se Glllesple, Jack Dll lingham ami John Glllesple, colored, who wore taken by force from Rowan county jail and lynched one mile cast of Salisbury at midnight lnst night, were today viewed by Coroner Dor? set) and taken down from the limb to which they bad been hanged by an angry mob of about 1,000 per? sons. The mob had stormed the jail a I 11 o'clock and overpowered Sheriff Julian, Jailor Krldcr and about, fifty Officers and broke open the cells, carrying the prisoners with great haste to tlii! place of execution. Ears Cut Off. On (he way the victims are said to have been horribly tortured by the use of knives, ears and lingers of each being cut off. After being strung to the tree tho bodies were riddled with bullets by the Infurlnl ed crowd. Before taking I lie lives of the vic? tims. Hie mob allowed each lime to pray and gave a chance for a con? fession, which Is alleged lo have been made by Nease Glllesple, lend? er of the g.ing. The others prole.;t ed their innocence to the last. The jail Is today a wreck, with the exception of the walls, the mob having effected an entrance'by chop? ping down the rear door, after which the locks to the cells were broken. Inmates Shrieked For Mercy. The Inmates shrieked for merer, NKWPC but none was shown. Two other prisoners^ 1011 Taylor (white) ami Tom Brown (colored) escaped from tjio prison during I he melee. Engineer J. e. AlcLoudun, of Spen? cer: Fireman Muuney nnd Urakemaii Sells, of Hie Southern railway, who were sind, are thought to he im? proved today. The two Misses l.yerly who es? caped dcnlli on the night of the mur? der lat.e last nighl visited the scone of the lynching and viewed the bod? ies of the victims dangling in the moonlight. TROOPS GUARD JAIL. Soldiers After Lynching, Carry Guns Loade-i to Kill. C11AKL?TTK, N. C. Aug. 7? To? night three companies uf the North Carolina National Uunrds, one com? mand from Stutesvllle, a cbmpituy of Infantry and a ballery of artil? lery from Charlotte, surrounded tho jail at Salisbury, while sentries with landed guns and with orders to shoot to kill patrol the lour streets that llauk Hit! prison. Thon? have been threats and ru? mors of threats nil day. but there has been no demonstration?only the general feeling of disquietude and unrest. George Hall, the ex-con vici from Montgomery county who Is supposed to have led the mob which lynched the three alleged murderers of the Lyerly family lasl night, is in the jail?the plan to rescue him from tlie clutches of the law, rumors of which caused Governor Glenn to hurry troops to Salisbury, has not materialized. The surviving negroes. Henry Leo, George Krvln and two women, uro ??it"" in tin- jail ill char? lotte and there Is no danger of vio? lence lo I hem. CIHL IDENTIFIES NEGRO. Kentucky Hau a Case That May Cause Lynching. MAMSMNVILI.E. KY., Aug. 7.? Miss .Myrtle >Kugntu, who was an saulted by a negro last Friday, Idoii tilled as her assailant John Gtiahen hcrry, tin. negro who i.i under nr resl charged with the crime. Ciishen herry'a examination is sei tor to? morrow. BATTLESHIP FOR TRIP President lo Select Louisiana lo Take Him to Panama. CONNECTICUT NOT YET READY Armored Cruiser May Act as an Es? cort When Roosevelt Goes to Sea? Illinois and Alabama Must Be Sent to Yards For Repairs. (By Ansuclaled Pres*.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. ".?A controversy has arisen as to what ship shall bo selected to take the President to Panama and petitions have been filed at Oyster Bay on behalf of both the l?uislana and the Connecticut. The Connecticut ha.; been fitted up for a fleet llagsuip and offers more room than does the Louisiana but it is not certain that she can ho com? pleted in lime to go lo Hie Isthmus in November. There has been a suggest Ion that either the Washington or the Ten? nessee should take the President to the Isthmus, bill If now seems prob? able thai a battleship will he chos? en, although It is possible that one of the cruisers will be sent along as a consort. Battleships Badly Damaged. WASHINGTON, l>. C, Aug. 7.? The navy depart men I has been ad? vised that both the Illinois 'and the Alabama, the BUipa that 'were recent? ly in a collision while in n log oil' Breton's Reef, will have to go Into a yard for repairs. Missouri Sailors Win Race. NEWPORT. It. 1.. Aug. 7.?Fea? ture-! of I hi- carnival here today were the races between crews from the battleship:-. The twelve oared cutter race was won by the Illinois and the Prince of Baltenhurg cup for 1C oared boats by the Missouri boat )RT NEWS, VA., WE INFANTICIDE CHARGED, WOMAN TAKES POISON Young Man Who is Accused of Murder Depends on Her Evi? dence to Clear Kim. MANY FATALITIES IN THE FAMILY Crazed by Love, Girl Who Was Being Adjudged a Lunatic Gets a Pistol and Shoots Herself Through the Heart?Goes to Cemetery, Where She Ends Her Life. (Bpccinl to the Dully Press ) ROANOKK. VA., Aug. 7.?Mrs. Lou Carr. of Floyd county, who is be? ing bold for Infanticide, has al tempted BUtoldo by the use of'.a.ila nmn. She Is being carefully guarded, l?< tiding rc> every, when she will l?0 linken tu Fl>yd county Jail, wher-i Isor nephew, .lohn W. Ricbnrds, Ilia young Bchotd teacher. Is confined on I he charge of murdering Maurice T. Francis, of Roauoko, In uriibuhli, h.st July a year ago. Hot Ii men Were suitors for the hand of Miss Gi'ticlo Link. Mrs. Carr, who Is the moat Import ant witness for Richards In his at? tempt to prove mi alibi. In reported to he In a critical cumlllioii ami may not live. In the event of her dentil, four of the family, including the young limn'H fat her, mother ami brother, will hi'.ve. died since the trial. Tho last trial resulted In a lrmg jury, (lie same as the first, hut in tin event of-Mrs. Carr's death, u would he Impossible to prove an ulihl ill an? other trial. INSANE GIRL KILLS HERSELF. Bullet That Pierces Heart Dcatroyo Lov-ir'a Photograph. AUGUSTA, OA.. Aug. 7. ?While i commission of lunacy was consider? ing her mental capacity. Miss Cnl houu, nleco lo Roy. ('. M. Wilkin? son, u Baptist divine, escaped irom McNniighlon'.s private sanilnrium, stealing Dr. McNnnghton's plflLd. The girl, who was IS years old. walked a distance of two mile., to W.nslvlew cemetery, where she firod a bullet through her heart. The bub lei passed through fi pliologrnpsi of a young man. which the girl hil be-1 ueath her clothing next to her body. Letter Caused Suicide. NEW ORLEANS, LA.. Aug. 7.? Krank Jacobs, of Bay St. Louis Miss.. 75 years old. shot and killed himself at that place today under iinusir.il circumstances. He had written to a company hero ordering drugs, which the company replied If would not send, a-j there was u .drug house In Bay St.. Louis. Jacobs then wrote a letter to the manager of the company here. He was arrested on the charge thai this letter contained objoctlonable matter, ami his suicide followed. Jealous Man Commits Suicide. LEESBURG, VA.,. Aug. 7?After attempting to kill bis sisteriv-law. Oscar C. James tried to commit, sui? cide by shootiii); himself with n pis? tol. It Is said he became jealous ot Miss Blanche Brabham, the sister of Iiis dead Wife, because men had paid attention to her. Kills Fellow Who Curses Daughter. BLUFF SPRINGS. FLA.. Aug. 7 - In the presence of his daughter, i W. Union, n farmer, shot and killed Sim Mason, a young man. who had apparently gone to call on the girl. VVnen Linien gave himself up to the notice he said that Mason had begun to curse the girl. Despondent Man Kills Himself. GAINESVILLE, GA.. Aug. 7.? R. F. Knight agon: for tie: South-in railway at Now Holland, commit.e. I suicide by hanging. Giiei over tbd death of his Wife wci leltnoiisible tor the act. Woman Sentcnc^n to De Hanged. STOCKTON, CM... Aug. 7.? Mri? Emma LeDoux was fieiit.ciiccd today to be hanged October M, on eiilivlc tion for the murdm- of Albert P. M.CJ Ivor, a miner with w'ioui she hu-1 been living. The case will be ajH pealed. Fatal Fight on L. and N. Tram. EVERGREEN, ALA.. Aug. 7.?F. II. Youro. of New Orleans was killed ami two negroes were wounded, one probably fatally, in a fight today be? tween a crowd of men beating their way on a Louisville and Nashville train and peace officers. l)NK8l)AY, AUGUST sin boxes looted BY BANK'S OFFICIALS It Is Openly Charged That Money Has Been Abstracted From Private Vaults. VICE-PRESIDENT IS A PRISONER Warrants Are Issuer! For His Father, the President, and the Cashier, t Who Have Skipped Out to Canada ?Seventy Cents on the Dollar For Victims of Corrupt Financiers. (Oy Associated I'lraa.) CHICAGO. ILL., Auk. 7.?Theodore j Btonsland, vice preeldunt of Um Mil? waukee Avenue State Hank, wes ar-, rested Unlay on ii ohargo of violating the bunking lawn of the Slate. j The ItiHtltutloii today was placed la the hands of a receiver ami Paul o. Blemdnnil, president of the bank, and rather or the yleu president, lb-1 got her with Cashier H?ring, were officially declared fugitives from Jun Hue and their personal description)! placed In the hands id the polleo throughout ihe country. Bank In Horrible Si/ape. This action was taken by the nil* Ihorilleii alter dovolupiiiriifa today had showed thai the lluancea of the lulled Institution wer? In a i|eplor-j able condition and hud been so for many JjlUU'H. | Mcsldes th(< discovery of many lr> regularities In tho iiiauagompui of Hie bank. It was also found that even the safety dopoi'll boxes owned and routed by the hank, had been tam? pered with and rifled. The specific charge on which The odi re Stenrlaud was arrested was ? Ibiil of having accepted deposits at the bank vvhon he knew tho insiliu-. lion to be insolvent. The a ires I was' made III the Ofllco of Chief of Pp. lice Collins, where Stunslaml hud ?gone to confer With the head of the police deparlment. Seventy Cent:, on the Dollar. Probably seventy cents on the dol? lar will he paid in the final adjust? ment to depositors. The affairs of the bank are Bald to be In an almost hopeless tangle , ami new Irregularities are being ilir.-j closed as the cxnrnluors go farther Into the bank's affaire. President Stonaland loaned money to hlnvsejf, il Is alleged, by the subterfuge of having employes sign tho notes. Specific Instances came to Ugh! during the day of Hie looting of safely deposit boxes. One in pai tlcnlar to which the attention of tho police was called was that of Mrs Lydia Herman, who declared that $150 of her funds had been taken. Deposit Boxes Looted. Tho call Tor additional police was catued by fear that depositors and their friends would storm the bank and precipitate a riot when rumors spread that the contents of souk- ol the safety deposit vaults had been tampered with. Persons with money in the vaults were said to have found their suvlngs gone. Those rumors originated In thy butcher shop of Otto Blnura, who said his sister had $200 In the vaults. Ho said Hint when she went to get if the money was gone, other st"-' of alleged tampering with the con? tents of boxes were passed through the crowd and helped to excite the bank's patrons. . .. $l2b,000 Stolen From Bank. TORONTO, ONT.. Aug. 7.?Clin ton Wray, secretary of the Union Trust Co., of Plttsburg, Pa., was ar? rested here today accused of having stolen $125,000 ot the company's funds. Wray consented to return and stand trial. "'IBSS CITIZENSHIP FIXED. Rio Conference Settles Vexatious Question, (flv AFPnelntPil It?h*.> RIO D$ JANEIRO, BRAZIL. Aug. 7.?The International American Con grej? at it's sesslou today, unaui 8, 1906. limit ly adopted the arbitration pro? ject Kipipjihuiilu Forloln, the Argentine delegate, withdrew temporarily today rroni lllu conference, to roeolvo Sec? retary Hunt at Buenos Ayrca, The iinturallxnlloit treaty hits boon npprovud In coinmltloo, ami will come In a vole at the next Moan Ion of Hie Pun-American Congress. T1ie treaty provides that If a native born clll /en nf any country, who ban been nnttirnll/eil elsewhere, returns to the country of hla origin he reuumcN lila urlglunl nltlxenaliip upon the tlocJara lion or his Int?<iilInn to remain and that this original eltl/.enshlp Is as? sumed without, declaration arter a two years' residence In the country of bis origin. QUEEN 3MOKE8 CIGARETTE8. Englishwoman Forcen Her Court to Do Likewise. (Ily Associated I'rrnfl.) MADRID, Aug. 7.-The custom iif MiioMitg Turkish cigarettes has been generally taken ii|t by aristocratic Spanish women ami the introduction of the habit among them Is laid to Queen Victoria. I When the new ipicen first cniutt to Madrid, Ihe eouii Indies were shock? ed at Victoria's use of the Turkish 'cigarettes. , When King Alfonso heard that Ihev did not approve of his wife's habit, be | sent each of the court ladles 1,001) cigarettes asking them to Ural them. | und to boo If smoking wan really stiifn). ZION CITY TO PAY DEDT8. Dowle'a Former Followers Are $0,000. 000 in tho Hole, (rty Associated Prcnn.) CHICAGO, ILLS.. Aug. 7.?The first detailed Htatement of the In dull ted IIUHS ot S5l0n City has been given to the Investors at a meeting ill the college building at /Ion City. The tables showed a total id ItOIII'iV $G 000,000, which It wan prnopsod by I Overseer W. 0. Vollva to pay by I funding the entire Indebtedness for eighteen years ami to Ihhuu Imnitu hearing ? per cent. Interest. Indians In the Navy. WASHINGTON. 1). C. Aug. 7.? Among the recent recruits for Mm navy have been n number of young Indians who were educated at the Carlisle Indian school in Puii lisy I va? ult!. Cd win d M. Hills, a grand? son of Red Cloud, the ruinous SIOUX chief Is one of these. He Is II yoiiy officer. SAILORS BET BAD MEAT Secretary Bonaparte Finds That Conditions Are Corrupt. NORFOLK YARD IS INVESTIGATED It Is Learned That Contractoro Fur? nish Stuff That Is Not Up to the Requirements?Same Trouble Ex? ists at New York Station. _(By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, D.'C, Aug. 7. ? Secretary Bonaparte Iihh received a preliminary report concerning the sii| ply of fresh meat und bread at tJid Norfolk navy yard und similar condl lions to those existing in the Now Vork navy yard has been found. The contractors have, failed lb fur r.lsli these articles in us good coudl lion as till' depart incut deniuiioV It is probable) that the contracts will lie cancelled. Tho report, on bad meats supplied for both ihe New York and No-folk yards was made by Captain Little field, id the bureau of supplies h i I accounts, whit litis Investigated tho conditions in both yards. No action has yet been tak'-n by Secretary Bonaparte because the offi? cial reports containing nil the dati have just arrived at Ihe depnrtme.it and he has not yet had time to sjo'l over them, but the verbal repoi's were sufficient to convince him tii.it drastic, action was necessary and, iu) If^ss Ihe contractors immediately (alto sleps to remedy (he conditions and furnish meat ami bread according to Hi'' terms of their contracts these Conlrarts are to be cancelled and sup? plies secured elsewhere. The conditions at both Norfolk ami New York are said to be equally bad. It is pointed out that the mut? ter relates to fresh meat only sup? plied by the contractors locally nnd has nothing Co dm with meat condi? tions elsewhere In the navy. Bloodless Duel Fought, illy Associated Prim?) PARIS. Aug. 7.? Generals Andre and Noggin fought a duel with pistols today in the park surrounding the residence of Prince .loachlm Murat. Genernl Andre fired without hitting his opponent and General Negglo de? clined to fire. t V < i? Iii?ili' THE WEATHER. Thunder 'showers ort rVednesday and Th?rs Jay; light to fresh louthwest winde. PRICE TWO CENTS AS LEITER WRITER Respondent's Counsel Asserts Ijiat Millionaire Attempted to Black? en Wile's Name. .- " n -? RESPONSIBLE FOB CONSPIRRCY Lawyers End Sensational1 mid Scan? dalous Divorce Suit by Implying That Each Other Has Lied During Trial?Judge Rebukes Them and Says He le Glad Hearing Is Over. (Uy Associated L'rnsa.) PITTSUURO, PA.. Aug. 7.?The August tin Hartje dlvorco case has boon closed with a brief and Impa.i idonod address by Attorney J. Scott Ferguson, lib; curtain dropped today, hill urn heforu Mr. Ferguson's word was declared to lm falsu In open court by Attorney John M. Freeman, senior counsel for Mrs. Hurt Jo, thu respondent. Ai the close of Mr. Ferguson's brief argument. Mr. Freeman advanc? ed to the rail and -tald that bo want id io correct Mr. Ferguson's ac? count of a conference In Attorney Wilson's oftlee. Lawyers Wrangle Like Rowdies. "What you aay tooh place ?1 If 1 not' take place," ho shouted ?t Mr. Fe* [ tuition, -who colored apd cried .out: "Thai's a matter of Veracity?*bet*i1 I ween us, I'll put my word ugnlnst yotirs any day." "Gentlemen, you know we enn't ? permit this," unld Judge Frazler ami this Incident closed the trial. Imuiedlately Mrs. Hart Jo was mir roumiud by attornoyu and friends. Hartje Gets Tongue Lashing. Hart je sat In the court today un? der a storm of biting, stinging criti? cism from Attorney Freeman, who made Urn closing argument for Mrs, Hnrlje. Hail Je, who showed emotion > ok lerdity when the children worn re? ferred to, sal stolid aa an Image to-1 day when Freeman ncctMCd him of being the author of the allnged love Idlers from Mrs, Mary Scott Hartje to "Tom" Madliic and the mainspring of the alleged conspiracy to blacken Is wife's name. Judge Glad Its Over. ' Aa Judge Frazler stopped down from the bench he said: 'I'm glad It's over. When this case started, I I bought It would take no longer than a week. 1 had no Idea It would be mo long, i am coing on my vacation now and wou't be back until the Saturday heforu the llr.i of September. I will ta|<e up this case after that. My decision may not ho given until late In the fall." Tv/o Detectives Arreoted. Herman Staub and John Anderson, the two detectives who were charged with having stolen papers and other articles from the trunk of "Tom' Madinc, during their search for evi I deuce prior to the Hartje divorce . I case, waived hearings today in the conn of Alderman F. M. King. Attorney Edward Hartje, who de? fended them, furnished bonds In the sum of (2,000 for each man. Balloonist Has Fatal Drop. (By ..daoclated Press,) HTICA. N. Y., Aug. 7.?WIlHam Johnson, a balloonist, mnde an aa |cciislon in connection with a street fair In Little Falls today. In Com? ing down with a parachute the.appa? ratus failed to work and Johnson fell upon a railroad track, receiving fatal injuries. U. 8. 8. Washington Commlosioned. PHILADELPHIA. PA.. Auv. 7.? TORRID WAVE OVER, today put In commission %t the League Island navy yard. Officer Dorgan Leaves. Officer Dorgan, of the Columbmv O., police department, left yesterday with Frank Brady, alla-? Price, who Is wanted In Columbus for murdering Mini her negro.