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VOL. XII. NO. 146
ADDRESS THE BANKERS
Speeches By Messrs. Vanderlid
and Armstrong Features of
COLLEGE ATHLETIC CARNIVAL.
Reprer cntatives of Many Big 'Varsi
ticr on Hand to Participate in
Events of Second Amateur Meet at
Exposition?South Carolina Day
(From a Staff Correspondent). i
IAMKST?WN EXPOSITION; Juno
21.- The Second day's session of the
Virginia State Rankers' Association'
Mas held here today, and (here was
a largo attendance. The features of
today's session won- addresses by
Messrs, Frank A. Vanderllp and Koll?
ert R. Armstrong! of New York. loth
of whom were former assistant secre?
taries of the United Stales Treasury. \
Mr. Armstrong's address was partic?
ularly interesting, as lie discussed the
railroad question as hearing on the
finances of the country.
T. P. A. Convention Ends.
With a session lasting until rive
o'clock this morning the Travellers',
i'rotectlVn Association or America
concluded its eighteenth annual con?
vention after selecting Milwaukee,
Wis.. as the next place of meeting
und electing the following officers:
Pcrsideut?W. R. Johnston. Knox
First vice-president?Herbei Rnss.
Philadelphia; Second Vice-president?
John Guise. Natchez, Miss.; Third
Vice-president?Harry 'I'. Moore, San
Francisco; Fourth Vice-president?
Thomas Pindexter. Richmond, Va.:
Fifth Vlcchprosldenl?Asa Fcmllhc,
New 'York; Secretary Treasurer?
lentis 'I'. Lnbctitime, St Louis: Chap?
lain?Rev. Homer L. Wilson, San An-1
Directors?George W. Smith and
Fred R. Scharlach. SI. Louis; John
T. Rock. Waterloo. Iowa; Henry
Ornisby, Gray. Louisville. Ky.; 10. If
Barksdale, Portsinoulli, Va.. two years
each; F. M. Follies. Blooming ton,
Ills.; .Major Drew. South Carolina, and i
William Fisher, St. Louis, one year
each. William P. Jackson St Ixnils
nnd C. \V1 Close. Omaha. Neb., are
la live commitinodnrcirm dnrehmader
holdover directors. Chairman Legis?
lative Committee? lohn S. llarwood.
Richmond, Va. Chairman Railroad
Committco-*-F. W. Crnndall, St.
Louis. Chairman Press Committee?
F. P. Mclniyre, Philadclntiln. Chair?
man Hotel Committee?Mux Banner,
Columbus, Ga. chairman Employment
Coihmittci?Georg.- W. Church. Mil?
waukee, w. R. Johnson, for presi?
dent received 211 votes, ?* defeating
Thnd ll. Howe, of Chicago incumbent
by a maturity id' 5.
Palmcttao State Day.
Handsome Invitations have been Is?
sued by the South Carolina Commis?
sion to the celebration of South Curd,
linn Day. Friday, June 2S. Many ex?
cursions will be run to the Tercen?
tennial on this occasion and a large
crowd is expected. A special train
from Columbia.- S. C, will bring the
Second South Carolina regiment, un?
der command of Colonel 11. T.
The exorcises of the day will be
held in the Auditorium, and an cla- ,
borate program has been arranged
Governor Ansel of South Carolina will |
pr (side and Hon. Walter Hasard of i
Georgetown, will bo the orator of the
occasion. Other features of the pro
grain will be speeches by Governor
Swansea, of Virginia, and President
Tucker of the Exposition Company.
A grand parade will also be held.
Collenc Athletic Meet.
The Intercollegiate Athletic champ?
ionship meeting will bo held on ath?
letic field tomorrow. Athletes from
many of the principal colleges of the
country will compete. tly> entries In
cludfhg representatives of Harvard,
Georgetown, the Universities of Penn?
sylvania. Missouri ami Texas Swnrfh
more College, Detroit College, Mas?
sachusetts Institute of Technology,
George Washington University and I
Tlie events will starl promptly at. 1
.2:30 p. in. and no event will be held
back for tardy competitors. The
jirlzes will consist of gold, silver and
The Princeton field ami track team,
the vanguard of the athletes Whr> will
be here 'Saturday arrived this after?
noon. There were ten of them, and
fhev were In charge of the famous! I
trainer AI. Copelnnd. Among the oth?
ers to arrive are F. L. Jackson and
Llarrv Tidd of the University of
Company "A." Second Florida In?
fantry, under command of Captain
G. A. Nash, arrived here today nnd
v.-ns assigned to Camp No. 2. The
company will rievotet a great deal '
of time while here to field and ex- i
tended order drill. Thlr, company ir,
one of the best drilled organizations
in Florida, ami will doubtless create
:i liiu> Impression!
The crack Citadel Cadol Corps or
Charleston, S. C, arrived today and
was assigned to the ''amp formerly
occupied by the v. M. I. boys.
I). C. Sliles. ef si. Jonsburg, Ver?
mont, lias arrived here with one hun?
dred High School graduates of that
Btale, They are busily engaged re
colvfng the thousands of Interest lug
and Instructive oxhlbltsoiul are en?
chanted with their surroundings.
They will he here nuiil Saturday
Throughtoul the entire period 01
the Internat em Association of the Po?
lice Chiefs, the r"Y" ami "10" manu?
facturing company has had in opera
lion :'n extensive exhibit of all the
syst, ms of criminal Identification,
under tin- supervision of .Mr. Frank
C. Roach, which proved to bo very in?
teresting lo the enters, who Inspected
- it thoroughly.
Naticn.il Nut Growers.
One ei' the latest conventions book
led for the Ter centennial is thai or
I he National Nut Growers Associa
1 Hon. which will meet here Septem?
ber 27 and 28. 1*1?Im Association is
.closely affiliated with the Horticul?
tural Congress ami American Poinn
I logical Society and arrangements are
being made to have them here at the
' same time.
The Tobacco Healers Association
or Richmond will he in session hero
, July 4.
Eastern Shore Drv.
August the rirst has been selected
as Cistern Shore Day ai I lie Tercen?
tennial, and tl will iimlouhb lly prove
a very popular day with ihn people
from across the hay. and (heir many
friends throughout Virginia .and
Maryland. Mayor Stephens?ll, of
Capo Charles, will select a committee
to he composed ?>!' the most nromb
iiQiit citizens in Acconinc and North?
ampton counties, who will make nil
necessary arrangements lor th" oc?
casion, and n program or exceptional
interest will he arranged. Three
money prizes have bocil offered by
the .lane Btown management to he
awarded to l.ho Sunday schools on
the Eastern Shore sending the Im.si
millibar of children mi this occasion.
The Crnddock-Torry Shoo Company,
of Lynchburg, Vh.i has a verv Hue
exhibit in the Liberal Ails building,
and one which never Tails to attract
crowds or visitors. Around the out?
side of Hie exhibit space are cases
' containing samples or shoos, boot-,
sandals, and every kind or root-wear
from every country in the world, .lust
across from this modern shoe shop Is
a representation of an old shoomnk
or's CnWn of forty years ago. with In?
terior decorations of furniture to
match. Two sides of Hie hill .".re
I open, nnd within sits an old man nog;,
ging away on a pair of shoes'. This
old negro Is Alfred Lolch, a former
slave, the properly of Judge Thomas
Leigh, a well known Virginian. Ho
has been a shoemaker for over roily
Librarian Kennedv or the state Li?
brary will be here MondllV Upon bus?
iness connected with the Virginia
Stale Educational exhibit.
Press Bureau Moves.
The Local press Hunan or the ex?
position lias been moved from Hie
Service building (o the Union Ixibor
The force of men working oil the
mammoth coal pyramid which Is to
represent the mining Industries of
state of West Virginia, has been
greatly Increased, and strenuous ef?
forts are being made lo have il coin
pletod by Wost Virginia Day, .Inly 2.
PRESIDENT ENTERUINS FOR
FIRST TIME AT SAGAMORE
Har for Guests at Luncheon Officials
of the Deoartment of Justice
and His Publisher,
(lly Associated Press)
OYSTER HAY. X. Y.. Juno 21.?4
Theodore Roosevelt's first luncheon
gllCBls P.I Sagamore Hill were enter?
tained today. They were Herbert
Knox Smith, commissioner of corpor?
ations; Alford VV. Coob'v, assistant
attorney general; Judge O. D. Ward,
recently appointed a circuit judge in
New York and Robert RrldgCS, one
<>r the President's publishers.
The French ambassador ami M -
jassernnd were his guests at Saga?
more Hill today and expect to remain
a day or two, Mr. Cooley lias jusfl re?
turned rrom an extensive Southern
trip, the announced objeel of which
was to make Investigation of the re?
cord of several federal officials under
the Department or Justice, against
whom charges have been made.
Mr. Cooley's report Is being han?
dled by the department and no an?
nouncement of conclusions will bo
made until the appropriate action
in each case has been determined
Hanged Five Years After.
(B.i Associated ITprh.)
CORDELE, OA.. June 21.?George
W. Bundrick was hanged here to?
day for the murder of .lohn Scbron
tier in p?ply county in 1902. Bun
drlck with h's brother killed Schnie?
der as the result of a real between
the families. The brother Is now
serving a life sentence.
Negro Hanging a Bungling Job.
MOTHLE. ALA, .Inno I.?Willis
McLcllnn, a negro was banced here
today for the murder of Michael of
Michael McGovern. nn njrod white
num. McLcllnn confessed. The hang?
ing was a bundling Job, Mel^dlan
sttangled to deatn in fourteen min?
utes. ' ,
rVPORT NEWS, VA.,
BY SOUTHERN AT LAST
Alter Years of Discussion the
United States Wins oll 1 hat it
Have Asked For.
LEISHIMH SCORES BIG V1CTGRY
It War, Necessary for Congress to
Raise Him to the Rank of Ambas?
sador Ocfoi'c Ho Could Tear Dovin
the Red Tape Surrounding the Sub
(By Associated Press).
WASHINGTON, I). O, .lane HI.?1,
Gratification was expressed al the
State ?epnrtm?nl til a dispatch from
Constantinople to the effect thai Am?
bassador Lclslllllilll bad III Ittsi suc?
ceeded in Bottling the one question
botwoeil the embassy and this coun?
try, which remained of six open Is?
sues. This has been II work of years
and proceedings were initiated for
the settlement of those questions
many years ago and not one id' them
was finally sillied until Ambassador
LclHlimuit undertook their adjust?
ment. As an Incident It became ne?
cessary for Congress to raise the
American legation at Constantinople
10 Hie rank Of till embassy, for other?
wise it would have been Impossible
for i.eishm.-iti to break through tho
niosohs of red tape in the Subtitle
Porte ami roach the norson of the
Sultan. When this was finally achiev?
ed the rest of the work was easy!
First of these questions whs one ro?
tating to change in tenure of tlilo
deeds (o American Institutions. Tills
was of creat importance to the Amer?
ican colonists in Turkey, which oth?
erwise must bnve suffered tin' less of
most of (heir real estate and Lit 1 Ill?
The second was permission to erect
hiiiiuings at Cnscaro. This was nlso
an incident of importance in Ameri?
can educational Institutions With
' Will End Discrimination.
The third was the grant of cus?
toms Immunity at Beirut. All of the
American missions in Syria wore
deeply interested in the sottli i.it
of the question, for (hby were labor?
ing under discrimination in favor of
foreign religious denominational In?
Fourth was the removal of tin dis?
criminatory restrictions ngalusi the
Importation of American cotton seed
oil. This grow inj- Industry was seri?
ously threatened by the covert oppo?
sition <>f the olive growers of Euro?
pean countries which soon perceived
lhal American cotton seed oil hnd
found favor with the Turks as tin ar?
ticle of food.
Fifth was the recognition of the
American consular courts as alone
competent to decide who wore tue
legal heirs (o American citizens.
The sixth question was that of Miss
Gerber, a woman of Swiss, origin, but
of American nntionulty, who had bs
lablshcd a school for orphan girls at
Kbiiiu. Tlie charily was not a popu?
lar one amoiig the older religious es?
tablishments, hut the Sluto Depart?
ment satisfied itself through Mr.
Leishmau and at his suggestion Is?
sued a strong presentation of the
case.. This move has succeeded and
the school, which was arbitrarily
closed has been authorized In reopen.
V.'ill Have Two-Cent Pint Rate.
TOP BKA, KANSAS. June 21.?11
was announced thai the state board
of raiin ad commissioners had practi?
cally ib elded lo issue an order nut?
ting a f'.al two-cent passenger fare
SATURDAY, JUNE 2!
'STbehises io ~
Declines lo [fi'er In a KSollon lo
Me the Case Out cl the
Hands ol itiB Jury.
010 SOI REV! W THE EVIDENCE
Wti-Ui Net Do So Because of the
Tii.nl? That Arc tu Follow?Coun
r.el for Accused Man Made Strong
Plc.i, Out Was Met by Prosecuting
I (Ttv Associated Proas.)
. p.oisk. IDAHO, Juno 21.?When
' lite Stale lotlay closed II? CaBu
.ngnlusl William D. I lay wend, charg?
ed with the murder of Frank Blitu
'inenherg, tin- ilefenau made an uusuc
jceajjftil nttemtil to have tho courl di?
rect the jury to acquit tit prisoner)
on the ground that the State hridi
not tuinrd Its charge, Judge Woods'
ruling, which requires tho defense lo
meet with evidence the CIISO the
Slaty has presented was iunde at tho
close nf court, and it was Uteri "j
ruttged thai llaywood's counsel
i shut.Id malte their opening statement
and present their llrst testimony oil
The prosecution introduced a few
I \v|tnissea today to corroborate pre?
vious evidence and then formally
( r? stcd Its ease.
I Tlie motion fin- an Instruction 10
t'ae jury to acipilt was by argument
'picHcnted at tho afternoon session
i an.i the jury was sent to liie Jury
? hou mil nf. hearing.. .
I Alforiin !?. 1". H.chttrd*nii'tna'rte<'
the pHiiclpal argument in support of
the niutl n ip a long carefully pre
I'.m il and eloquent address. He took
i lor Ills guide the Idaho statute which
If01 bltls couvlutlon on Hie uncbrrobor
nted test'iinony of ah accomplice,
[tjpotirtg many authorities in support
'of his contention that there must he
convincing corroborulon entirely In
d< pendent of tin testimony of tho
accomplice. Ho declared thai none
of the testimony could stand without
support of Orchard's' stbry and Hint
Hie statute specifically forbade Its ac?
ceptance, lie argued also Hint the
testimony of Orchard was the only
shewing that in anv why connected
I In; wood with the crime and that the
Blatule forbndo c nvtction.
Si nntor Borah, who alone spoke for
the State, nrglieil with like force ami
elounenee iliat llaywood's conviction
had been Independently slmwn und
ihn! Orchard's festlhiony had been
0 Trohoraled by independent circum?
stances and evidence. II,. also sub?
mitted a general argument to show
that the State had established the
exIfiOIICo of a general conspiracy. In
which Hay**.d was a participant.
Denver Was the Center.
Going over the San Francisco
1 chapter and accounting for tho at
tempi on Bradley, who was < nee
manager of tin- Bunker Ulli .Mine on
grounds parallel with Hie murder of
Slcuncnbcrg, Senator Borah said:
"Tako what path you will and follow
Whicli you will, it leads always back
lo Denver. In San Krancisco we tint!
thai Orchard Is sustained by n party
I whom we contend is a member of
I this conspiracy, and how not ns Harry
Orchard, nor as Thomas Hogan, but
a.i .lack Dciupsoy and Harry Green.
Why? '?('his money was sent lo him
by PettMioiio, who committed forgery
I in doing so."
Senator Borah contended that the
lettei written by llnywo d to Mrs.
Orchard telling her thai her husband
was in Alaska when he was really
in piiruslt of former Governor Steu
I nun berg was a circumstance Inde
pendent of Orchard's testimony thai
connected Hnywbbd with the crime.
Exposition Program for Today
t Conventions Meeting.
Institute of Homeopathy.
; ' Oilers or: Police.
i I Virginia Hankers,
tp Phi Alpha Gamma.
R:"n n. m.?Gates oi>cii.
10:00 a. in.?And hourly thereafter cxhlhiiion of weather bu?
reau and enrihqtinke record, Government building A.
10:30 a. ni.|?GuArdmounl Twenty-third Infantry.
11:00 p. m.---Preparation of largo wuatjicr map from reports from
all son ions of tlii> country. Government building A.
1:00 p. m.?Biographic and Stercoptlgnn exhibition, scenes on
Indian Reservation with lecture; Interior Department, Government
L'Min p. m.?Phlnnoy's Band Concert, Grandstand, l,co Parade.
2:o0 p. m.? Biographic exhibition ami lecture, scenes in Yo.e
mite Valley,' Government building A.
2:30 p. ni.?United Stales Life Service Drill.
3:00 p. in.?Biographic exhibition and lecture, Yellowstone Na?
tional Park with lecture by R. P. Culvor. Government building A.
4:00 to 5::to p. m.?Piano Rocilal, Mr. W illiam Wall Wlddlt, Of?
?1:00 to 5:::0 p. in.?Departure Co. "1"' Fourteenth Regiment.X. ti.
4:00 to 6:30 p. m.?Departure Decptur Cadets.
8:00 p. in.? Phlnttcy's Rand Concert. Auditorium.
II ? declared llinl when lluywoou !
w ri 11 . Iii? lei lei*; Orchard wan at <
Cahlwoll with Sftnpklns, onp of iht?
lenders of dip Western Federation of
Mlr.ei planning a bomb for Bleu
Dai-iow Defends Haywood.
Clarence 8. Ltorro'V closed for the
?i< i? use I lc ' dlciilod the Idea of a
general conspiracy ami coiiluiidoil
thai if tin- mos I liberal allowance
were made for lli'm out ire showing
Iff IIm? State it would not malio > ut
n citsd iigulnsi Hie prisoner worthy
of HiibnilsHloii to the jury.
Mi. Harrow wnrmcd up whon lib
reached ili? articles hi the Minors'
Milgu/.hic, "Why iho man (tlnywood)
Wn; a minor working in Iho how,-In of
ilio enrlh in Silver i'iiy." lib sn'd.
'?when Iho most violent articles In
!!.? iiutguxihu were wrlltob. bnliio
this man bectiinu tin oflleor of the
organization iho mildest articles liavo
appeared, wit Ida Ih? last four years
Si. uuenhorg's nnnio has not appeared
ill Hie Mini':'.' MllgtlZlllO. It would
he heller to sliui down the print in-,
presses and abolish newspapers, If
because of sumo Intuiupornto criti?
cism editors oj newspapers were to
be charged with conspiracy and put in
danger of t heir lives "
Mr. Harrow wem through the evi?
dence, and like Richardson, liitith
lii'jied that Without Orchard's testi?
mony there was no uvldohco showing
that any officer or lueiuht r of Ilio
Western Fodcrntliiu of Miners know
anything nboul the crimes m whloh
Orchard icstillcd. crimes had boon 1
committed and Orchard Bold he was I
the guilty man. hut there was no < no
else fo prove thai Orchard was there.
"Where is there a Witness In this
case who has over heard a lisp of
I lay wood's connection with this con-'
splracv.' We have nothing hill the
testimony of a man whip I" try I jig
to Convict three men to save Ills own
Judge Rcfur.cr the Motion.
In conclusion, lie appealed to the
court to dismiss the case. Judge
Wood Immediately announced his de?
cision rdfiislng the motion.
"The court Is thoroughly saltjdtcd
that lIiis case should go in iho jury,
ii i ich differently I would m>i liest
tale so to rule. 'The court then
explained ihai lie would not review
:Jic ? Yl'Je'jee in a written optnlQ/i he
cause Hieve ?ere two more ?'defend
mils to lie I tied later.
Court then adjourned until Mon?
JUDGE COMPELLED TO
SENTENCE BOSOM FRIEND
Clerk In MUwiukre Court Will Hsvc
to Serve Three Year Term for
(Uv Associated Press).
MHAVAUKKIO, WiS.I June 21.
Frank 18, W?-lh r, for is years oldrk
of the municipal court of Milwaukee,
this evening went into the court of
which he had heoii all officer, pleaded
gtillly beforo his Ivmpni fr.lond, Judge
BrhzCO of onili? //.leineiit of fit 0,0110 on
which charge he was arrested yester?
day and was sentenced to three; years
at hard lahor in (he house of corr--e
Judge Brnzco said that duty alone
proVoiited him from culling in nnnth
or Judge lo sit in the case. He was
almost overcome iis In- pronounced
"NEXT FRIENDS" WANT TO
USE MRS. EDDY'S MONEY
Make Anpllention to Drsw from the
Estate for Funds to Carry On
(By Associated Press).
CONCORD, N II., .fund 21.?Fred
W. I taker, of lOpsoin, N. II.. a second
cousin of Mrs. Mary Maker G. I-Mdy.
today filed in Hu- superior court here
his withdrawal as one of Iho "m-xl
friends" piaiui iii'.i hi lllt? OUll lei nil
accounting ol Mrs. ICdiiy's properly,
lie withdrew on the ground thai oth?
ers nearer of kin than he to Mrs. ISd
dy are acting as plaintiffs and that
hi; presence among (herii in unneces?
Counsel for the ''next friends" nl? i
filed several docptliOlltS in the court
today, one heing a request thai Judge
Chnmbnrlin make requisition upon thd
trustees of Mrs. IMdy's estate for the
necessary funds to carry on the suit
brought by the "next friends."'
Won U. S. Golf Championship,
(ttv Associated Press.)
PIIIIiADICI,,PIIIA, PA., June 21.
Alee Ross, of tin- Rrncburn Golf club,
won Iho op: n championship of the
United Stales here todny in Hie IStlt
annual tniirnnmoni of the United
Slates Coif Association <>n Hu- Phil?
delphla Cricket Links. Hi-; score wntt
302. AlbOri Nichols, of the Woodland
Golf Chili, was second, will, 201. and
Alex Campbell, of He- Philadelphia
Country club was third, with 30G.
Naval Seaman Drowned.
(Ry Associated Press),
NORFOLK. VA . Juno 21 ?Anpren
lico Naval Seaman ffnmtuo, who re?
cently arrived at Hie naval training
station at si. Helena, from the re?
cruiting station at St. Louis, f-II
overboard last night In the Rllzabctll
river and being unable to Swim war.
drowned. ills body was recovered
today ami Is being bei I pending In?
structions from reinti70s of too tic
tlni in the West.
Fair Saturday, ex?
cept thunder uhowers
in west portion!.; Sun?
day scattered thunder
- : , ? s
PRICE TWO CENTS
HAVE FREE HAND IN '
Freocli Government Sustained By
House ol Deputies in the Nar
8AT1AUON BF SOLDIEPS DESERT
Situation Is Regarded as Critical and
One Deputy Even Goes as Far ao
to Say That Country is on the Uve
of b Revolution?More Troops On
(Hy Associated Preas).
I'Aitis. June 21.?Uy u major I ly of
mi iin- chamber of Depot leu this al
. lornoon voted confidence in ihn gov
eruiuuui and gave tliO ministers a
free hand to omploy the muaBtirbti
they think hcsi in reestablish the
sovereignty ol the law in the disturb
ed districts of the Boitth. This result
otuno after u duj <>' intonsc- excite?
ment <if tin- mutinous action of a but
tnllon of the IGth regular troops,
A bolt I tint) men deserted with their
arhiH ami and iiuiniiiiiltlon, and jollied
in Hie Insurgents at H?xters.
The grave vlbw ihe French capital
takes Of the events and the tragic
otitonmu was ovldcnocd liy the scoirp
l in the Chamber' of Deputies today
when tho government wns inti t pel
I laii d on ihe montanes ii proposed in
lake to re-establish order.
Premier Clemencou lest no time in
I linparlln;; In the deputies the news
from Xarhonne, adding to tin- infor
niallnu nlreudy published tho fact
|thul over a hundred soldiers were
.'woutnlo.l In the lighlln.-, yosn r.^.v^
Iwl'li the rioters, the lutter lie said.
I had disappeared fnnuj the streets.
I The peasants from tin- sunnumllng
vlllngi a ici rlI It'll at ihe shooting, look
(ho first trains for their homes. Then
tun id Impressive silence, the premier
' gave tho official version of tho nihil'
liy of Ihe battalion ol the 17th lllfaip
I'fry tit Agile und lls miirch in He
, y.lers. The premier added thai ho
could not listen to any proposition for
I tlit- conditional surrender of tie muti?
neers as it would he a most fatal
[move for the iiovo.riiinehi to capitu?
late to the soldiers. lie COIIOludpd
j With detruding ol COIlfldollCO III I lit
j Tho House of Deputies fiercely
'nlihckotl Hn- government, accusing
I Ihn ministry of sending agents lo
stir up the populace in the south,
asserting thai cuirassiers acted like
Cossacks, that tin troop:, fired will)
little provocation and without nottfl
I cation und that women und children
I hud been slaughtered and insisted I lint
I fllo relea-e of M. I'Vi roul. furnier may?
or of Nnfiionne, would nlono restore
Predicts A Revolution.
Otherwise one of ihe speakers as
I'sertod, "Tho bloody rioting of yesler
Idny will lie the revolution of tomor?
row. Conner Minister of Commt%ce
|.Miiierand's denunciation or M. ?le
iiic-ncou was particularly violent.
After six liours' debate the cham?
ber by :i"7 lo 'ss.', votes decided to
SUpnori the cabinet.
After ihe terroristic events of yes?
terday ihe aspect of Nnrbopnc todny
was comparatively calm Soldiers
were everywhere in such force thuf
Hie Inhabitants wen at least coerced
-Into Inactivity. Two additional regi?
ments of Infantry und two troops of
cavalry advanced al Narlumiie illlfj
, no ruing an,i deiachmeiiis of artillery
are on their way there.
I The receipt of a dcspntch from Bo;
U.lers later In Hu- day, announcing
I thai Hi.- mutinous battalion had tie
'elded to return lo ihe rest of the
[regiment caused decided satisfaction
j in official circles as II was honed
filial the action lalc-n would load
i off any further open Instirhordlrintion
among tho troops.
BACK FROM WASHINGTON.
Shipyard Officials Have Nothinu to
Say About Battleship Contract.
Genera] Manager Waller A. Post
and Assistant Oonernl Manager A. L.
Hopkins, of the Newport News &
Dry Dock Company, returned yester?
day morning from Washington where
I llloy went to represent the local yard
when tho bids On Ihe 20,000 ton bat?
tleships were opened at noon Th?rs
I Mr. Post I has nothing to say about
Iflie landing of one of the contracts
bv this yard, but Is naturally Jubi?
lant over Ihe yard's success.
ConqrcsF-mnn Hale Wants Roosevelt.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. June 21.?
Representative Nathan W. Halo. Re1
publican, of the Second Congri islbtinl
district of Tennessee, today declared
In fnvoi of the olcctiou of President.
. ROosovoli for another term; Ho said.
If again nominated, Roosevolt woul.l
carry several Southern states, as the
country wanted him to have an op?
portunity to finish Ihe Pauamn ennui
j and the mighty reforms and measures
[for which ho stands.