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is the only newspaper in Newport News that receives the full Asso? ciated Press report. VOL. XII. NO. 92 SNOW STORM SWEPT PORTION OF COUNTRY New York City Experienced a Steady Downfall [or Several Hours Yesterday. j ILL OHIO HAO WHITE BLANKET In Western Pennsylvania the Storm Was So Severe That Railroad and Trolley Traffic Was Delayed?Ex? tends Way Down Into Oklahoma and Texas?Damage to Fruit. ( By Associated Press.) MOW YORK. April 19.?A cold etlHl wind accompanied by n steady fall 01 .?now Kiiv? anything but a spring Hi<<> aspect to the day. Snow De? rail to fall about seven and continued 1 steadily lor several hours. Th*> ! records of tin weather bureau for ! thfi lirst IS da.Cs in April show thai In.: t( inperature this month has been : four ami a half decrees lower than the normal temperature for New York! Snow in Pennsylvania. PHILADELPHIA, PA.. April 19.? Show fell today throughout the gre:i: jor i*n 1*1 of tOastcm Pennsylvania. Tli'j local weather bureau leports this mouth as the coldest In 2U years. Railroad Service Delayed. piTTsnyno, pa., April in.?a lall of iroin three to six inches of snow is reported throughout Western Pennsylvania today. Farmers de? clare that much damage has been done to fruit. Hail roads and traction service was considerably delayed by the storin. Four Inches at Wilkes Barre. WIl-iKEfcj-iiAKIlK. PA., April T.".? Snow began to fall here early today and continued steadily until three o clock this afternoon. Reports stale that fully four inches have fallen. Several Inches in Maryland. I baltimore, Ml>., April id.?Ad- I vices from points in Western Mary? land tell of snow in that section of I lid Slate, the fall at Cumberland am! t Krostburg amounting to several incites. Ohio's White Blanket. C MOV island, O.. April 1?.?Snow I fell last night and today over nearly ! the entire State, the temperature re? gistered from l!S to ::<l above zero. Big Storm in Southwest. | OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA., April i!). | ? Reports from Western Oklahoma j say that snow Is failing from Cltl.cn- | saw. 1. 'I'., to Ainnrillo, Texas, and I north to the line of Oklahoma. The i snow is still falling fast. STEAMSHIP LA PROVENCE HIT BY TERRIFIC STORM | Came Without Warning and Raged With Fearful Violence for Over Five Hours. .MOW YORK. April 19.?-From mid? night Thursday night until five o'clock Wednesday morning, the steamer La Provence, which arrived in port to? night, passed through a slorm which, tlie officers of the ship say, has rare? ly been exceeded in violence on the Atlantic. At dinner tlmo on Tues? day tlie barometer began to fall rapidly and as midnight approached the ship readied an aren where the air was so heavily charged with elec? tricity that the compass became worse I ban useless. Suddenly a tor- | rifle storin swept down on the ship, j Great waves broke over the liners decks, but no rain fell, the night be-1 Inn perfectly clear. After five hours j the storm abated as suddenly as It j bad come. No one was injured, hut , irih'hy passengers were well rriglil etied. j Captain Alix, of the liner, believes the strange storm was the result of the same forces which entitled the earthquake shocks in Mexico. INVESTIGATING ALLEGED GRAFT IN BALTIMORE Claimed That City Councilmen De? manded Dig Sums of Railroad Men for Their Votes. (Ry Associated Pros?.) RAI/N MORIS, MD.. April 19.?An Investigation Int? charges of graft made by Robert Marlon against mem? bers of the city council during 1902 in connection with the sale of the Western Maryland Railroad to the Fuller Syndicate, w<l,s begun today by the grand jury, when Mr. BJurton ap? peared before that body. The charges grew tun of tlie suit of Mr. Marlon and George A. Dubrcull. which was tried in Washington several WCOka NEW Ingo. The plaintiffs In Hint case I claimed 1500,0570 for services In con ItCCtloil with the Bale of the road and ' Senator Stephen B. Elkins was made llu< defendant. Senntor Elkins was vice president and the practical controller of the West Virginia Central Kailroad. which It was proposed to connect with the Western .Maryland Kailroad. Mr. Burton represented Senator F.l kins at tho time of the sale. On Feb? ruary \l. i!<(>.".. Mr. Burton wrote n letter to Edgar H. (inns, of this city, in which he set forth general charges against members of tho city council who are snld to have demanded us much as $"i0.nno for their votes for the Fuller hid. In the letter Mr. Burton stated that certain citv councllnicii, accord? ing to Information received hy him, demanded $800,000, declaring that un? less the money was forthcoming, they would not favor the Kuller hid. l-aler he said, the demand was re? duced to SG00.Q00. Me said this In formntlon came from S. F. Land street, former vice-president of the Western Maryland and Mr. Klkins. Mr. Lnndslrcci denied any know? ledge of the statement. MOTHER SUSPECTED MARVIN BOY ABDUCTOR This Time It is the Gloversville (N. Y.) Police Who Think They Have the Man. (By Associated Press.) GLOVEUSVIM,E. X. Y? April 10.? Alt xantb r II. Allen, who gives his occupation as a traveling vendor or gas mantles is heilig held by the police of this city as tin suspected abductor of Horace .Marvin. the four-year-old son of Dr. Horace Mar? vin of Dover, Del. Allen came to Gloversville two weeks ago accompanied by a woman several years his junior and a small hoy. They tooTc furnished rooms, a photograph of the hoy was secured and forwarded yesterday to Dr. Mar? vin, fit reply he wired Chief Sm!(h that he would send his nephew,' Mylcs Stnndish of New York to Identify the hoy. All? a was taken into custody ponding ITie arrival or Mr. Standirh. The woman and the chllil arc being kepi under close sur veiluncc. CHARLESTON S. C. HAS SLIGHT EARTHQUAKE Continued Only For Eight Seconds and Did No Damage Whatever ?Summerville Shocked. (Bv Associated Press.) CHARLESTON, S. C, April 19.? A slight earthquake was felt in Char? leston anil Suminerville at ..::!?"> o'clock this morning. In the latter place it was said that dishes rattled and ornaments were knocked from the mantle in one house. In Charleston only a very few peo? ple knew of tin; shake until niter breakfast. Prom various points in the city people reported having been awakoncd by a rumble followed by three slight wave movements suffl clenl to Indentlfy hut not to disturb plasters or chimneys. It lasted ahout eight seconds, and was appar? ently from southeast to northwest. Suing the Pope. (Hy Assortsicd prims. 1 110MR. April 19.?The liolra of the late Father Marcollo Massurenti have, brought a law suit against the I'opc, serving papers upon Cardinal Merry Del Yal. the papal secretary of state, as his representative. They claim part of his fortune, much of which was derived from the stile of his fam? ous art collection to an American. WIRE TAPPERS FLEECED ABSCONDING TREASURER Gang of Sharks Got Into William F. Walker for Several Thou? sands of Dollars. (Br Associated Press? NEW YOUK. April 19.?Securities to the value of $300,000, ivhicli were stolen from the Savings Hank of Now Britain by William F. Walker, the ab? sconding treasurer of that institution have been traced to iwo New Yor!: hanks, according to a statement made today by Detective Valloly of the local police department. He said Hie two hanking houses stand in the posi? tion of innocent purchasers. Charles Goyjldorf, alias Charles Earl, who was arrested at the request of tin Now Britain hank was held in 810,000 hail when arraigned in police court today charged with grand larceny, ami receiving stolen goods. It is alleged that Ooyondorf was a member of a gang of wlro l?ppern who arc believed to have obtained several thousands of dollars front Walker. Former Assistant District Attorney Howard Cans, counsel for the American Hankers' Association, which is pushing the ease, said he had obtained over $100,000. Gasoline Causes Big Fire*. (By Associated Press.) ST. LOUIS, MO.. April lit.?An ex? plosion of gasoline today in the gar ago of tin? Mississippi Valley Auto? mobile Company nl Vend?ventor and OIIa'o streets, caused $225,000 damage by lire. The llaines extended across the. street to the Central Automobile I Exchange Garage. Both buildings Innd about lot) automobiles were des Xroyed. PORT NEWS, VA., SI jPLOT TO ASSASSINATE ' PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Secret Service Men Trying lo Ron lo Ground a NfSt ol Anarchisls. ONE OF THE BAND TfUS SIGRE1 .Chief of Police Adams of Newark To'd the Detectives Just Before He Committed Suicide?Headquarters cf Anarchists Said to be at Hazel ton, Pa. (nv Associated rroM.) \ N'FAVAHK, N. -I.. April I? An al leged plot on tin' part ol tho I'enii: sylvriiiln anarchisls. vim nrc said to have hoadqunrtors nl llazelton, to assassinate President Roosevelt, is being Investigated by the United Stfttes Secret service. i Information which led 10 the Inves? tigation was given io the sccrol ser . vice officers by Chief of Police Adams a lew days ago, just before j lie shol and killed himself. The chlet l told the secret service officers that I he had obtained information from Jan Bartsuln, w ho claims to be a member of 'he hand of conspirators. Hi- gnyo I Chief Adams the names of several I persons who, he said, were implicated ; in the plot. Chief Flynn, of the New York dis I Iricl of I he Culled States secret sor | vice, has had several men at work i on the case over since the information . was given him by Chief Adams. They have interviewed Itartsula and he told . them practically the same story. CANADIAN INDIAN WINS BOSTON'S BIO ROAD RACE , Thomas Longboat of Toronto Smashes the Record by Five Minutes? Defeated 114 Other Runners. (Rv Associated Press.i I BOSTON, MASS., April 19.?TllOS. ? l.onnboai. die Indian runner of Tor? onto, Canada, today broke ihe rec? ord for the Boston Athletic Assocla ! tlon in the 25 mile amateur road race I from Ashland to Boston and defeated i a held of one hundred and fourteen I runners after Ute most closely con ? tested race bihee the event was In? augurated in 1S?7. i Longboat covered the distance In I 2 hours 2< minutes 20 l "> seconds, I this li< iug live minutes better than I record, I -.-?-, OWNERS OF FLIMSY BANK SENTENCED TO PRISON ', Judge Abram Smith, President of the Defunct Bank of America of Chicago .Guilty. fB.v Associated Press.) CHICAGO, ILLS., April 19.?The jury in the defunct bank of America I conspiracy case returned a verdict ?tonight, finding former Judge Abram ! Smith, the hank's president, guilty land fixing his sentence a! two years I in the penitentiary and a $1,000 fine. Gustave 10. Sorrow, vice president. I suffered the same sentence. Jerome, j Pierce, cashier, was fined $500 with (out Imprisonment, while F. B. Creel ? man, a director, was found not guil Ity' The bank of America was opened i December 8. I'll)."), and a receiver ap ! pointed *'x weeks later. Tin? pro j moling of the institution was marked I by what the state designated as ?'high 1 finance." During the trial witnesses testified that tho charier for the bank was procured through fraiii',. The clos? ing of the hank followed the failure of a lumber company In which Creel man was heavily interested. Investi? gation of the bank's affairs at the lime disclosed a great deal of worth? less notes which it was aliened had been put up in payment' for bank slock'. President Smith was for several ! years a judge of Cook Comity Cir j cult Court. J Atlanta Presbytery Favors Union. (Rv Associated Trossl ATLANTA, CA.. April 19.- -The At? lanta Presbytery ol the Southern Pri sbyt? rinn church which has been in session at Conycrs. Ca.. voted in favor of closer relations between Re? live branches of the church in Amer? ica'. i:t lo in. Robbers Hold Up Whole Town. (Rv Associated Press). PHOBIA, ILL . April I?, - Sale blowers wrecked the Bank of Weston. I at Weston, III.. 20 miles east Of IlllS ?city, early today with three 8opa.ra>j charges of dynamite. About ?j?,00'i was secured and the robbt rs escaped after holding the entire lown in a Blalo of terror for more than an hour. SlTU LID AY. APRIL 20, JAPANESE TREATY 13 THE SUPREME L? Secretary RH Tells focisly of: International Law Real^Question in 'Frisco Muddle. iTATE HKS AHHULLED ANY life Secretary Cites Federal Constitution j and Early Decisions In Virginia ! Catet ? Chief Juilice Marshall! Quoted ? President ItooscvcU'is Mouth Piece Defends Hie Actions.; ftJ.v Associated PresB.l ' V AsillNOTON, n. C. April IPr in his opening address i<> ilio n.si > itUutia) meeting 61 lli.i Amm'tun So <)?;>? df Inlernutlonn! Law, lield in liits elty l?Klt,,'1 Scii>.ar> 0' Slate Uoi.i look for his Suhl ?el ''Tli Ito.'i; (je- Ktions ir.ldor ihu Japanese Treaty ?.?lei the Sa i Francisco Sohoul itoiiej Ut'soltttlon, i eying in pnrti 'Tlie pcopl ni tho >' iiVH Stales, litj il'.O Constitution i. li'-T. 'OSt?ll tin- wiio'ii- tronty-mnking power in tho National ilovoruincnt. They pro vidi d: '?'Tin President shall have power by :.nd with the advice ami consent of ilii- Senate, to nutko treaties, pro yUled two-third's oi the Senators present concur, (Article 2, section 2,j ? ? ?.No stall shall enter into any treaty, alliance or cohfodornlion. .To state shall, without consent of Con gross, enter into any agreement or compact with another State, or with a fort'ikn power (Artlcli i. section 10.) .."'This Constitution, and the lawr. of the United States which shall hr made In pursuance thetiofi and nit tri alles made, or which shall be' made, under tin- authority of the United stat-.-.. shall lie tite tin promo law of tin' land; ami the judges in every Stale shall be. bound thereby anything m tin Constitution or laws j of any STato to ih?' contrary not wit it rt.mdiiig, (Arlicit ?'?>. Annuls State Law;;. "It has been Kultlod ror more than a century thai the fact thai a i treaty provision would Inlorfnre With ' or annul the law- uj ll Stale as in I thl aliens concerning whom the pro- 1 vision is made, is an Impeachment or' the treaiy s authority. "Tin very words of the Couslltu- I lion, that the judges Ill ovory Man- J shall hi- bound by a treaty 'anything I in the Constitulloit or tawx. of tiny ! Stau to th?. con traf) notwlthstand-j ing," uecessnrlly Imply an oxpecta- | lion that some treaties v.Ill be mad.'' j In contravention of laws of lho | I states. Par from the Iroaty-mukiug j power being limited l),V Sinti law-. |t? ' I scope is entirely Indopondi ni bf those ' i laws: and win ni vi r it deals with the j same Bubjoel, ii inconslstenl wiliT iuo law. h annuls the law. This Is iruo as to any laws of I he Stairs, win lit? er ?tho legislative authority tinder which tiny aii- iMissed is concurrent with that of Congress, or exclusive of (hat of Congress. Virginia Decisions. "In tin case of Ware vs. Myllou j the Supreme Court of tho United Staus, in the year i7!i(i, considered the effeci under the Constitution or the Treats of Peace with lOngland in which pr-v'ded lliat creditors on either side should ineel with no lawful impediment in I ho recovery o> j the full value in sterling nioiioj', ol all bona lida debts, iheretofore con? tracted,' as against a law of do State of Virginia, which confiscated to Iho Slate of Virginia the debts due from its citizens to British subjects. "Hie Court said: "'There can he im limitation on the power of the people at She Fulled Slates, lly thvir authority, the State Constitutions wore made, and bj their authority ih<- Constitution of i ihe United si.ms was established: and (hoy had tin; power in change or abolish the Stille Constitutions, I oi to make tie in sii id to the General I Co vorn men I and to treaties mad" by tin ir nutitority, A treaiy cannot be thto supremo law of the land?that Ik, the supreme law of the laud?that is. its way. II Hie Constilution ol" a of a State Legislature can stund in state (which i.^ tin- fundamental law of the Slate and paramount to its legislature! inusl give way to a tr< aly. and fall hi forts If. can II If questioned whether Hie less powfe*. an acJ of the stale l.egi.daiure, mu.sl not be prostrate? It is die declared w ill of Iho |n i?plo of tin- Unite i states thai every (rent) made !>??' the authority of the United sen. i shall !>?? superior In Conslitution n'nri laws of any individual State; and their will alone is to decide.' Treaty of 178;!. "Four Illings are apparent, on a view of this sixth article of life Na? tional Constitution: Pirat. Thal M ii'- retrospective, and I' i^> lo liij e >u isldernd in the same light as if I Ii J Const II iiiiou lind bifjftll ei.iablisle il lie foro the making of ll/e Treaty in 1907. 17: :. Second, lliril 11?<- Conslt'.dtlon in laws OC any ol Stall ?. HO Is-" , mi. v ui thcih Khali ho foun I con Irurj lo (hut irenly, are hy roico of the sit Id at'llch prostrated boftiro the Meaty, flilrd, I hat eohsi tint ntly, Im 'fivaij of I78S1 has superior power in the Legislature of any Stale. hoci'll-M' no ! eglslaturo o| an> Stale has s.ty kind ol power ovoi Ihe Const I'.u.lou, which was Its en ;ilor. Rotirtlt. Thai it h. the declared duty ot Iho SliUe leiire- ti> dolurnilno ilhy Coiistltiicon or laws of any slate contrary lo thai tiviuj <<>?' any oth'r), innilo run -i tho tutth'orlty of iho United Slates, nail ; i n void, National or Fid'31 III judges an- bound hj duly and until t'i tl,e same conduct. _ Fairfax vs. Hunter. iu "l in "case ol I'ali iav VS. HUIIl.?)', Iii ?12, Mr. Justice Story dollvorlhqr tho opinion, Ihe Supremo Courl pi iho i lilted Stales sustained the lUhi of a Hellish sitbjuct, linder tho p-ml hloils ol I In Treaty of 179-1, In .live riihtinvention of tho laws of Hit Siiife ol Virginia, In tho ease of Chirac vs. Chirac, Iii isiT, Chief Justice Marshall delivering the opinion, the Supreme Court of tho tlnltod Stales rtistaliK-d life llth ol a Kroiioti suti Joel to real estate in Maryland. In direct contravention or (he laws o[ thai state a long line ol ciisos have followed in tin Siipreute Court apply Ing i In provisions ol various IrotitieM ami maintaining without exception (In iiu vary hit; rule that the state statute, falls In tore ihe Irealy. "Ii ? iinaliy appears hum Ihesc cases that (hi treat) provisions which were sustained b\ fie Suprbnui Court and tin state laws which were declared void, so far as they cOlilllclCd with a Iroaty, related to mailers regarding which Congri sr. had no power lo logM late, but upon which, in tin- distribu? tion <>f legislative powers under llui Constitution, the Slater.. and tue States alone, had power to legislate. TJo C.ueotlon of Power. " Since tiro rights, privileges and I Immunities, both of person and prop crty. to be accorded lo foreigners in our country and lo our cltlsoiis in foreign countries are a proper subjee of treaty provision and Within the limits of tit.- treaty making power | und Blneo siich rights, privileges and 1 Immunities may in given by treaty 1 in contravention ol tin laws or any state, it toiinws ol necessity Hint we treaty making power alone has an thorlt) to den rm|l|0 . what those rig.;'.i' irf-ivilege-. und tmumiilihVi Khali- he. No State can si t up its laws as jiglllhoi the grant of any particular right, priviiegu or Immunity any more than against the giant of any other l ight, privilege or liniiimi-1 Ity, Xo state can say a treaty nia.V gran I to alien residents equality 61 ireaitiuni as lo property bill not it i to education, or as to the oxorclao ol religion and its n, burial bul no: a- *.o education, or as to < ducat ion but no! as to properly or religion, That would he silbsMiuliug the mere will or the Stau for the judgment or the President ami Senate in exercising a power committed lo them ami pro hlbltttl to tin States by ihe tjon r: inn ion. "There was, therefore, no real ques? tion of pow< t arising mw|er this Japanese treaty and no question or istnto rights. "Tin re weri. luiwcvi r. questions of policy, questions of national inter ? and of State interests, arising i mit i i in atimiitisi rai ion or I tip treaty I and regarding tin application or i.-s provisions in the ebiidilknfs existing i on I lie Pacific coast. Public Behavior Counts. "it is hard for democracy to leant the responsibilities of Its power; Inf '.in. people now. nut go', el nuten I s. I make friendship or dislike, sympathy or discord, peace or war. between mi lions, in this modern day, Ihrougn i In- eoliimns of ihe myriad press llio rni'SHiigcs Hashing over countless win.-, multitude ealN in multitude, access boundaries and oceans :n courtesy or in.-ult. In amity or In de? fiance! Fort Igu offlci s am; iinihnssa doi's ami iniuisli rs, no longer kppp or break tin pOltCo, I.ul lie Conduct Oi e.ich peoph toward pypry other. The people who pbrillil themselves to treat tin peoph of other countries with discorrii.h.v ami insult .-in- silli? ly rowing the wind lo reap the whirl Wiiid; lor a world Of sullen ami re? vengeful haired can never be a world | of peace. Against sucM a feeling I treaties are waste paper ami diplo mac) the cmptj routine or idle form, 't'lie great question which pve'rshai! owed ail discussion of the Irealy of 189-1 whs iln- question: 'Are the |. pip of the llnitod Stales about to break friendship with the people of Japan?' That question. I believe, has be.-a hTiippiiy answered iu the nega? tive," _y\ Will Command the Missouri. J fHy Associated Press.! j WASHINGTON. I? C . April l!>.~ I Captain 0. A. Morrint ".ias been re? lieved from duty at the New York navy yard and ordert d to assume command ?>! the battleship Missouri In Hampton ft oil (Is on no 8i)th lust, relieving Captain 10. c. Peudlofon, who has been assigned to duty as commahdnui pf Ihe navy yard nn<? naval Ptation at League Island, Penn Sj Ivauia. John V. Findlay Dead, fliy Associated Press.) i'..M/ri.\tott i-:. .mi>.. April la.? Kontier Congressman .lohn V, Kind lay died suddi lily of heart disease at his home here today. .Mr. Kind lily was t;7 years of age. He served two terms 111 Congress from i.SJHj Uj lss7 and was an oralor of wKfo re pule. J STHTSTTSlTb oTTtfc 0 tffcj THE WEATHER. Faic Saturday; Sun? day increasing cloudi? ness, probably rain; fresh northwest winds, diminishing, OJLPJLIU1JUULS.?JJULS PRICE TWO GENTS BENEDICT 6INBELL TfilEO TO ENG Uli Wealthy Philadelphia Merchant Cha? rged Wiiti Serious Crime Attempts Suicde BELIEVcD WOUNDS WILL BE FATAL Immediately Upon His riclcane From New York Jail on Thursday Nhjlu He Went to a Hoboken Hotel? Severed Arteries With Pieces of Broken dato?Family Notified. ry Doa.1 10 iioiHiiiin ami won|. . PiUaco. Iiiijcl, n.'^iutcrin^ .there . 'Itson H. lg<>, *uf Trenton, ,\v .t. Tr (H\' Associated Pross.l Xi:w VOItF, April I", Hon? dl< l (ilmboll, the wealthy Philadelphia morehuul who wan nrrcHtod lu this oily yesterday on the double charge ni exerting Improper Inllucnce over I vor Clark, 11 l?-y?nr-oid boy, and a' iomptcd brlbco of deleellyoH who made the urn si. lies tonight in SI. Mary's hospital, Hoboken, N. J., mi cout-'clouii frofu Wounds believed ny iln> potlcu in have been Bolf-infllclud, li is though! that his Injurien win prove ratal, Uloi illug from gashes on Iiis throat and iev 1 n il aid rh s in both wrists, (ilmhell was found til 7 o'clock to? night in a room which he had engaged the n|ght in ion' til the Palace Hotbl in Hoboken; He was unconiitilotiB rrom I ?Bs ?>:' blbotl whop tie was re tiiovi I in Mi.- hospital, where an e.\u mluation of his offectfi made certain his Identity. Late laBl nlgbl llimbci vns released from the Tombs under fr, mit) bond, Went to Hoboken Immediately, it appears thai Immediately fol? lowing his release Otmbol crossed on bom to Hoboken and won|. to,-the Wl He wan assigned to 11 robin on flu B?cond llnor ami a half hour later or dort'.I a luncheon which was served in his room Among, the dishes Wa? a glass wiiti r pitcher, Tills wan found bl'olti 11 Indus and 11 In sup 1. I (l|nib"i I's Injuries were inflict? ed by t he pli ees. a trail of blood from tin bathroom in tin bed indicated thai (Jlmbol had cut himself while in 1 in- bathroom ami r.icn thrown hiitisell on the lud froni which he later arose to lall an is luscious ou 1 he floor. Condition i^' Critical. At in o'clock toulghi his condition was aal in have Implovi i alihough I it was siin critical. (Umbel's effects wire taken in charge by I hi police, who also notr ned his fninlly. Meirtbers of the family are explicit d ai I(oboki n tomorrow. Purthor examination by ih" police tloi d thai tin' < racks in the doors and windows had boeh Bluffed nlr light wiih Rtirgnon's antiseptic gauzo. '*i 1 n 1 ?> 1 was 10 have been given a Ik arlng in court hero tomorrow. \C0LONIAL POLICY LEADING TH(ME OF THIS CONVENhON Eleventh Annual Conference of tlie American Academy of Practical and Social Science. (fly AsBoolati d Press.). PHILADELPHIA, PA? April pi.? 't'lie American Academy ol Prtictlcn.f and Social Science llOglltl Us eleven C# mutual moiling In re today, the gen 1 ra) ionic oi discussion this year Is ing "American Colonial Policy and Adminlsl ration.'! The meeting has been divided into four sessions. At this afternoon's session at which Professor .fames T. I Voung of tin University of the Penn? I tsylvnuln presided, there was a dis ludustrial and financial problems in the dependencies of iho* Uniled Siiii 1 s and ai the evening meeting "American Colonial Policies* v re taken up. The principal speak? ers ai the night session were Am? bassador Bryce, who spoke on "Some Difficulties in Colonial Oovornineiit Hn countered by Great Britain ami How They Have noon Met," antr Uniled Siate.s Senator Ueverldgo 011 'The Development of a Colonial Policy lor tho United Stilu s.' Bank Robbers Get Away With Money. ( By AsBocniled Press.). TULASAD, INDIAN TEttRiTOKV. April 19.- -Ilobbci's early today dyna in lied tin sali of the Farmers ami Merchants Dank at Hlxby, Indian Territory, twenty miles south of here, securing several thousand dollars lu currency and escaped', leaving no clue." Express Robber Sentenced. ST. PAUL. MINN., April lit.- .lohn Gundore?n, who yestcrda) confessed; to the robbery of the Noi l hern Bsc? pri pa Company h office by holding1 up Fi'i d Zimmerman a clerk, compelling ,ii< latter lo hand over a package or money containing fii?.OQO, waft boii fenced lo Si. cloud reformatory- tiiu als..1 noon.