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ROOSEVEUPi le Ii? hi n L?.': a Preitel illl rntrirse Mt|_e BOCulFirl it it Believed! Do With the FW Will FBI)*, ??B W.de Ellit, of Ohior ^e, Now Being; Will Have Much W] 0? the ^j^) Rutfossn. ? Oeuifeccrvfc iht? Held in Washington?' 1 hi fbatl (By AssociatedJ, WASHINGTON, Then- will he no lul ?nerat of i'r? biik'tit Hol in faee potency policies in rae Rcpuln ocumcnt. Ti platform if the wish B' ft today after tuo Taft and his friends hpe iferenees to be the framing of that <i| uiiich was made puhiir first cf a s< ries of CC held ?Rh thj seoretar>| suhjeet of the plat torn Should, the Cbi I*ress.3 C, June ?warm cnilorse Djosevelt aiiii his "ib. filiean national awn] * "f Secretary tr of war cm the ?itlrji. 30 petivcntioni orm and BBBti | is predicted In adopt this sort of |iUttjp\jwill contain a uate Secretary Taft it authoritive quarters th;|> speech of acceptance pledge to carry out the cies already inaugurated**1?] Kooseveit cn over the boclyj general of I of being the} ?solution com strive for those not < will have a rinp; stmih nounced by Prerid' nt taking the oath of office of the dead McKinley Wade Ellis. attorne.vfsllafes largely Ohio, who has prospect Ohio member of the r BiiUaa." and when--. respctaslbleT' for th virilty of the Ohio plat! th< fcul xl his b tter or I Rcosev? It poli ! and earnestly nacieii. which' r to that pro coneoded fcrm. Is here lading with f He vas with for several for a thorotifh unders$r*/e~aft residence the s<cretary of war. j Vt Another con Mr. Taft at "his hcurs today, and at for a long time tonight. f<*rence is to he held tofj it is not linlik' ly the il brought to the attentionF''no ^P(.r^t| Roosevelt B'?....- '.. ? I war. j Vt Another con Bestens P'rtnorrcw when It the 'fairestilt will be might. Iry- of I resident 'iff. Roosevelt. Taft and Tar Secretary Taft has in of his position on the t fur revision at a special ^ Sixtj-first Congress to I mediately after the March 4. 19*9. His Ide: f&e tariff should tt> als property. The schcdul drawn as near as possibb difference peinv-en the 1 production of a given a eign countries and the co: that article in the United he resards a? "protec'ion and fair sense. Srliednbj fixed at a rate bisher tl| ferepee he believ.-s ar? Becesaatg as m- ans of pif are evil Tjdeansc of their 1 capitalists to form men, trusts In this country fog" of the market in ?hat p. duet. Will Follow Ohio PI From this informal inn tion is declar? d to re- a s: the tariff plank to be pb resolution wem i 11 ee by tl herent? will followv CSBSeJ Of the Ohio platform, will ?re"ificatinrs regarding th arriving a: the amount of shonbl he levied. Mr Fl! to le heartilv in favor atipuia'ing thai .ni.ndmon made to tie Sherman ami and S-crrtary Taft is V fh?ir..nah hriievcr in ih? trust control through ** H'-'f| The r>ni!odvment of tbe.. a plant, which mav r-k" ' sn ?ndor??-nwnt <f the II?? which dierf a nraceful d Hons- J-idlcisrv r< mm" tec || be a pafe prediction. The conference* 1 will strained in their ner nnnef beli vej that :f the Taf: BnaPr m-rf -rti-d r-r ' ? t(i?> of ir-anv of the par wlil ha?f }?-??? obtained. 1 riff. II ession of the it^fe called tne .inauguration. Is as to what *> are public --s should he " lo carer the 'Ss(i coet of i cle in for aif/t an produce States. This ' in its true I which are urn ih's dif 101 ontv un ntettloa hut -miitalion lo leotjes and the cmitrol Iiricvlar pr?> tform. the prerlie fcfe one IhslM ?c-d tO the ie Tariff ad y the lin.-s 1 the add dj ? !!????:? r of j lariff which j is is known! rf a plan"- I ? saoald Bt*tj frost laws, rn to be BR.*ea< j of I at law.-. i<1ea? info I he form of I hum Mil. N'h in rhel sai,| to] *4tot be JBSBj r,n i> ?:ion the I hitete WILL SPEND $S,m m FIGHT FGt Buppc^crs of Delaware at They Arc Only Oew* ?VN Pwkltshce Cjmpj.qn E*0 fRT As n'tafeg Pr>~?t WASHINOTf>.\. I?. Evld'-nc.- ?* ib?- ?:? -?rir.-i:.J> - moersth-al Pc ?Idenfial ran?! make capi al Trom ib- ta!tnr| gre%t to swe? <e tr^th bosvl esffssg for camp-alga ssMti'- n?ion toj read, fortseominc. A bwB j- 'f ta^j out from 'he h. adfj-ia-'-r* H Orav ia Washington rtn. an:r the fact that the ory ml/-r|>'t Cray atovement ???? th' ? nj who bare Bjasse pnblir 1 *??iJ It l* tbra sts;ed tbi RGfMY Oerlarej Have aVoers. has already been as. d and liml $.-!.iumi mere will be received through mem l>crsbip fees of $1 path In i tie Oeorge Gray league. <>f the proposed amendment to tin Met'all pn?ltfity bill providing dxr in quiry, into the representation in the Southern States which ceased Demo crals in the House to WRe against the bill and its Democratic friends in the Senate to desert It. RUINED BY STEPFATHER AND THEN ABANDONED j Charles City County Woman Who Hjj| Been Ctuelly Treated Found in W Richmond by Her Uncle. (S|m>cia! to the Daily Press.) RICHMOND, VA.. June I.?Miss | "u.vtii Haiti."*, seventeen years old. rlwyhtur ot Mrs. Rosa Blfttri". of Charles Cily count>. who has been| missing from her home for several | week.-, has been located hi this city by her relatives, whither she had been brought and viAiiuixcd by her step father. Juiik-s Blanks. The girl, when ccufrnnted by 1k?t uncles. WU liiim and Thomas J. Mtt ruble, wept | bitterly. She protested that she bad dorn no wrong, D.it <<u'd that she hud been fotced into compromising jktyantlens and filially compelled! to follow her step falber here, where she was left after 'Iiis purposi ? iinil been uefc-m pllshed. It is t-aid th;>t I flunk s, bear? ing of the visit of the two uncles t.il Richmond, lias left the county. _ A] lynching party beaded by the two Mnrabies, is now on his trail, Blanks] married th.- girl's mother ten y.itrs ace. The families are well known in [ Charles City county. Lexington Democrats Indorse Bryan. L-KXINGTON. .VA.. June 1. ? In | the Democratic meeting here to elect| delegates to Rnanofce Or enlee D. Letcher and Captain John A. McNeal j were elected delegates with W. R. Kennedy and Captain S. B. Walker. 1 alt. males, and they were Instructed [ for Bryan. ' General Anderron. Messrs. Tucker, I Frank T. (llasgbw^-Moorc ami Judge j Staples wrre also pnt in- nomination. Messrs. Glasgow and Moore withdraw? ing, and Messrs. Anderson. Tucker j an?f Staples b ing defeated. There was a contest over instructing furl Daniel as delegate at-largc, and It was, voted down. Lost 25 Per Cent of Her Cargo. (By Associated Press.) NORFOLK. VA* June L ? The! British steamship B retort. Captain j O-horne, from I'ensacola. Fla., to Rotterdam, lumber Inden, arrived at j Lamb its Point today for bunker coal :ifter a severe experience in the Feventy mile gal - which swept thej North Caiolina coast lasi week. Tin Brrefort lost 2.1 |*t cent of her deck j !oaj of timber. A6AIN3TTHEPU8HSHERS THree lippiast ZmW Cases ; IIS SwpreKteL HlEli CU SEIL IIIH Piltti Bobbe-nterrill Company Makes an At? tempt to establish prieen By Mewl York Department Store Beats Them | Oat in Highest Court. (By As->tciatcd Pres*,) WASHINGTON. D. C..' June 1.?The Supreme Co?:n trf t?s. I'nited Stales.| ted.iy net id il threi- fmporiant copy rTght cases. the*1 oput!-ms br? ing handed down by Justice! Day. Tb-- first dcc:sfnn was| in th.- case of tie- It *b?Merrill C m thi . c.is? ? Lbe pnur rt> at: with the nu<-, thm whether the sal: ?>y a retail d-al er ,if a ci ;t\ rl -t?t I, x.fc I?. low lb?- price ftvtd ly tue p*iili.?h*-r> is an ?: .!??._?? mi-si of i-npyright. The IV.biec Me. rtll riwinii piiidi-*! ?d a rovel and st.|?ula(-d in a printed] not*-.- that it ; lith:Id n< t be solrj f?r j leys than ?He dollar p?-r ccpy. TV ifmst- Bj Macy A Compan? sedd work Ur *9 era's, and cant lr?..i?rt: ii: i?-e ?"?-. nil C. :r. of t h-| Petted s-i i. -. (< r 'I*- South rt Ids trie* i* \. m V. rl l-.e iK- ,|i ? ,.] dtaunlrwd. A Hke result fHlc w -dJ wrwn :be enjBt wan anpr--.lej| to th. Clreu t Citwrl if Vw?-*1^ and today ?| drefsi n ws* in Lie ojr?- bne Th ? r'-^hi ot n"Mt'b?rs to r the prtc*- at which tbetr hooka be ra'd by retailors and bd'iers atsol was invwtved in the <*ti r*?es of' Chart ? ?er hner dk fssns vs Irldorr ?wd Nathan S m-i? d-enc hn?in?-?? a SL R. M??-y A lv--r;.ir v sR "f N'-W Y?rh. which ws - rsinm Ike fwm" font err. THc Ctr-ult r??.r' rf Angibt ?w~ rie-d sgafflut ike pebliiUVrs in botb| instances. to NEWPORT WARRANT ISSUED FOR THE ARREST OF FRIGE District ol Co'um? a Officials Kant to Place Cotton Operator Un? der Kesvii Boii. HOUR MO PEIKUI SUMEHEB [They Journey ficm Saratoga to New York in Order to Give Themaelves I Up?Haas Had to Give 910,000 Bail and Peckham 13,000? Enter Pleas of Not Guilty. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Juno 1. ? Bench warrant.-- sere issued here today for Theodore" Ii. Pric?, of New Yuffc. u cotlou operator .E. S. lloiuies, Jr.. lor imr statistician of th. department of^ agriculture; Moses Haas und Fred? erick A. PecaUiam, of New York, ?harging them with conspiracy. Tlie warrants are in the gorl nuaettt cot? ton report leak cases and wer;- issued for the New York m-n for UN par pose of causing their arrest und re? turn to this jurisdiction for trial. All four uieu were indicted her*. Friday. Assistant District Attorney Adkius, who has the case in charge fur the govern melt, stated today that the re? gular routine of getting a prisoner to this jurisdiction will be carried out. but it Is thought probable that Mr. Price can qualify in boil' in Sjp> York city to answer to th,* charge pending here when called upou. Hans and Peckham ?urrendef. NEW YORK, Juue 1 ? Muses Haas auj Frederick A. P. ckhaiu, who wen indicted with Theodore -iL Price by the federal grand jury OH charges ol conspiracy and bribery iu connection' wilh the cotton leak, surrendered themselves today t oUte cue nimeni authorities u)h>u their arrival in hi is idty from Saratoga. When Judge Nash Kockwood, of Saratoga, and Max Stover, counsel for Haas and Peckham. appeared before Judge llougli in th ? interests of rtieirclients it was und rstood that the man would only b ? asked to give a bond for 95.000 each. When Haas and pisckhaaa appeared later before Judge Ohatfield, in the criminal branch of the Ignited Stales' Court, where the case was pr- senie>i~ by Assistant I'nTfed States Attorney r-irr, the arraignment was rhangeO so th.-t Haas was re?ptirej to furnish ilH.uiMi bail.' x It isag 'hen understood that the grand jury hail found four in.Iictme?fs ' against Hsas. ? P?-ck boat's liond was allowed t,o stand ?t ?r..oof?. the figure fixed by Judge Hough. 1'iKin the arraignment of the two men tentative pleas of not guilty were entered for them by Bhe*r counsel and they, wrr- reh-sscd on bail. . * Haas and l">-ckh.-im were Instructed to be in c<>tiri again on June 1!t. They refused lo discuss TTieir case be? yond saying that II is an old charge, which was disj*e?-d of last year, wh n th - eoerl refused to surrender them to the Washington authorities for trial. CELT WINS BIG HANDICAP AND MAKES NEW RECORD Kerne's Colors to the Fere in Grave send Classics?Stab elHas Won 940.000 in Two Days. (By Associated Pr ss.) [ NEW YtsKK. Jim I - Ch<i r. .| bv ' more than :.*,.<sso persons. C It. a ihr?-?--year-old rod h a ring the- pop? ul?r colors of Jan? s R Ke? ne wiiji Notier ns. ?oti lhe I w.-al y- >erov?d .-nnuing for th<- Brooklyn handlra-i. one Of th * classic events of the Anvi'.i?. turf th.- ?Sra?rvnKt rac tra. k today. He did It easily an4 waJe a new reri.-d for the rsc . amu the Cravesrnd tra k. stevptng th dt* trance, one mile and a ewarter. in 2:e??*. Fnar Plav. Aextr*: It BBnsBTl gallant thr?s- year-ot I. wwirh ran a sp4ra41J ra< 1 against Colin on sht< nrdav Is th. lulmotit sIsBi SS. was ???n ?.i .Ii,; tfaaaar BaBnag. ?.. Mai Colin by winning b?- ltelm?u?i rlske? SB Retard? v ?nd Celt's vtrtTy is lb nandtrap tods*. ?dh-d ssore than tt<> nag to Mr he-, r. ? stak? winning. In two foftttursjttve days of raring Aiiewed t spes.tion girrewg Owt. \<?RFni/K. VA.. Jnwe I ? U ItosTmaa. owe of ia?- firemen pjBJssjsi to have b-en Imp?ratew la rt art lag fc-nXaef NEWS, VA., ITKSl) the blas?' at the Jamestown egunaaV I n.hi I' Is Al'it; ifk. ??? granted ball in the sinn of $l,Oii(i by Hail Commissioner Triplet t noud r*?r J Huffman s appearance ai ib?> next j criminal term of the Circuit Conrt of i NorfnIk county wan furnished by Walter W. Wynian all. I Clarence K.I Wood. eT Chesterfield county, "through I their atorney tu fad, 0 orgc W Stod- ' dard. RICHMOND STOCK BROKERS CHARGED WITH LARCENY They Are Charged With Stealing a jtfieck fcr ,4300??Thcy Have All Left the City. (Special to thf Dally Press.) KiCllMON'D. Va ' Jntte i? The grand jury today returned an Indict'4 incnt charging omtiezrV-np'ici ef $;!tni tigulnsj (Jet r.??? D. Sf? Maughton. W. C. Taylor and O. O. MHcbeil. ?o;ng business us McNnuglttoa/ A Cont|iau.v, stock brokers. The br'kcrs are charge,] in the indlctiircoi. with nnlaw fully ami feloniously stealing a check fer $:;on. the proi>ert\ of WU!i:.:u Cray, olu Kast Franklin s!re?fc | MeN.i'igliten A Cv?ni!?rtfcr*a_place Is I closed.'the i lephone lib*.been taken; out und no member of tjjp Oim ceubl be found this morning, npitcheii js a well known telegraph onuYah r. WEST VIRg7niT'SC$0ICE FOR MASTER SELECTED - ? i Representative Charlea m* Llttlefield Will Take Testimony in the j State Debt Case. (Hv As?oeiatf>d Press.) v ; WASDRINC.TONV Joins?", ? Reggn? Tentative Char! s K. f#tileacl<? Of Maine, today was aopomfNl !??? ttfgSu '? preme Court of the I'm! -d Stakes as a master to take teetjgmny m the debt* cn.se of Virginia against West Virginia. Mr. Littler) -lit's naue*; was suggested by counsel jt&fyfa?i Vir*, ginin. i CELEBRATION memorial BY vETEEANS Rev. W. Aibury Christian Will Deliver Address?Interesting Program Arranged. The one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis will In? appropriately celebrated with excr rJnua at th,- pity hall at S o'clock I* morn w "night. The exercises will hr under the BUjplOUU Of Magrtlder Camp, Baited CougeeVrni ? Vet ran All of :he Confederate orgahlxntlons cf the city and ttpe public at large are fbvited to att- nd Following will be the program: Addcnna?"Life and .Character of Jefferson Davis." |jeg. W. Asburv Christian. Mr. Christian will he in j trcditced by Captain J. A. ItuxionJ remmauder if Mugrudcj Camp, who will pn-sidi. Mnsic. Reettat'on he Mr, C. U Sihtey. Song- "Cid K Mucky Home. Rcc.lt at inn?Mrs. Tnrnar Dowon. Rer. Mr. ChrDtlan wifl then dr liver the pictures of Jrfferson Davi.<' and General Robert E. l>-e to the cltvj public school.; on behalf of the John) W. Daniel Chapter. Daughters cf th ' Confederacy. ? S:ip--rit:tendent of Schools W. C. Morton wiU urrvpt the' pictures cn In-half of the schools. j Song?"Tenting Tonight on tht (hM Camp ?round.'-* Mrs. Nelms will then deliver the crmwu cf hnn' r to the veterans who did not r<-reive them on M* mortal Day! . ? BARGE WHKH STUCK OR WAYS IS PUT OVERBOARD Tallow Melted When First Boat Went Down Saturday, and the Stopped. Th steel tow iiarre wbJcb stuck <m ih.- ways on the .? nh side of ship trestle No 1 ?i the shipyard, while le-ing launched .-"atiTday. wah pa' nvri-iard succ. .safuiiy Saturday mom lag. , ttnr berge ?.i- t...?uebed Sa'nrsav [but wb?-n th> ????nd ?tan-d dewn the ways ?o Die alter she rtoch cn that puritan ,cf th- ways from which j the Brat r?sa-I i.ad been put near '?.ard. The ev ? ive bes1 of the <|Sy act the w.-lchi <* t rp (at t>aree bnrt. ?-d alt of the ial'?>a from the lewer ?nd of th ? cro-vd ??vs and this fact, eatwd the mt^<m<\ . raft ?o st an. _ The^ karx ? ??? bwilding fcr"tV Isthmian Can; msslsesea and win he wwh| on ir r in/mrttoa ef the Psnams Cans! Ort? New Suite?np. . StrFWH K v \ June I Mnytx l?*in K H'tiM h-? reset I-d the fc* I-trtna tilugrsm from CoeKr.-x*n??a Miennrd. < The rwMK- Hi'dara; fdl* naw.ff N tk Im??. Wid !?> alsawd try lh? Pre^dwef In s few minutes.* | The fB r-> for B?*f frtk'k ISdldtUK 1 AY, JUNE-2, 1908. FORMER SENATOR JONES DIES SUEHJEKLy Wen Kidwi lat Sridwij Hurt filteft fe iBB?JlM art Dies Is Fiw tars III HTI Of IRHI'StmPlKmS Introduced the Sixteen-to One Rsso lution at the 1896 Convention and ^^BwuBBBKBHlSfc^9^BBBBaBI Wat One of the Foremost Silver itee of the Country?Was Promi? nent in the Senate. $} (Ity Associated I'rees.) WASHINGTON,' June i. ? Former t'uited Stales Senator James K. Jones, of Arkansas, died at bis res! di'tice here at 5.3* this aftetVSjn after an Mines* of a few hoars, aged C9. He was one of the leading Dem? ocrat* in tho Senate from lSba to 1U03 and was one of the strongest supporters of William Jennings Bry? an, acting as chairman of the Defao? cratic national committee, conducted the campaigns of ia9ti and 1900. Since leaving the Senate In 1903 he baa conducted a law practice In this city ami has not actively engag. d in pol? itics. On Friday Senator Jones returned rrom s visit to his daughter. Mre, Lenora Carringnn, la Arkansas, and last night was apparently snjojjng good health. Complaining slightly thia mornlug he remained In bed and at .r.r*3ti this afternoon died.. the. law? mAliafe cause of death' f ' falltrrer- ^?^??Xt^sm Had an Active A native of fdiesissiupnl, where he was horn In 1839. Jatncse Klmbroagh Jones received a classical education and fought as a private 'soldier In ,the Conf- derate ranks throughout the civil war. tlccomiug a .resident of Dallas county. Arkansas, he lived on his plantation there entil 187J, wTien he took iii> the practice of law. Ho was elected to the stale senate ttie ?same year and became president^ of that l?:dy in 1X77. Artcrwards he wag elected to the Forty-seyeoth and the two succeeding Congresses, .and iu I SSO Vnr-ceeded to the seat of James D. Walken in the Cnlted Statra Senate, where lie served three terms, retiring i" 1W>3. Managed a cyan'- Campaigns. S na tor Jone? was n# d -legate ta the national D mocrattc convention of jagg, vbfch gave Mr. Mryan his trat nomination, and as chairman of the cd the |fi m i pplatform. He waa made eoanattttea on resolutions he report* chairman of the Democratic notional cotnmltt e after the* convention aad conducted I??t *i of Bryan's campalgoa for' the presidency. In th<- Senat,- Mr. Jones came for? ward rapilly as one of the leaders of his party and was for' s'ruea/ jr-ars chairman of the nemocrSf mucus He was a member of tag) Subcommittee on finance which re* I Kir ted the Wilson Gorman tariff UH1 an<| sr.* an earnest advocate of tariff revision. Although not an orator. Senator Jon. s * as a fnreefnl and log? ical s|n ak r and was oft'-n heard ta dcUiii " >; Senator Jones i.- snrvlved by his wife and tn-ee children. Mrs CaiTV gan. of \rksnras: ^liss Su,- Jon's and James K. Jones. Jr.. of this ctty.'l S nator Joos-s will lie buried in this city and m?nv of his form-r eot-j leagres In rnncri?? who have not ye tieft the tity wilt remat nlo attend i be fuAeral. DEtAGRANCE COMES 70 ? GRIEF BEFORE QUE Aeroplane Wh le Flynp Suddenly 1 Dar? i to Grow od, hot Occupant is Uninjured. tU? associated Press.) ROMR j;,ne ; The rar?-rlm?-nt:' Of l/eoa Ilelagrar.se 'he Kr neO ncToplane*' before th.- Qu?-er. I low- I aa>-r Maiale rita aeri a few Invited ' gmut* her thi^ morning earn.- to wot b I or thr-mch a mi-(fan in the machine. ' at. is-laKrans-e started in a sb l greatly aad letan to Sv rap Mi v aud smoothiv km after going stxMit WO rar.l> the aer^pmne ?td d> nly fetl to the ground from a h lehl ' es" sis *s?-t All the sp-eetator? her ' rtwd to I be ?poi where tb. Machine bad fallen, hot f.eiii.l M IMaaranc* aelaynr d He wa? e >ti?td-ral*ty dis sopctef. g at is? incidenf. bet <mll , laety said: 'The*.- a'e ?wcertaln|tee' at the neTfnrmain -" The ar-teVat was caus? i i>> .,?,? ?R going wnmg with the n lor an,i ,thil?,the (all In? jured the mirhii,. .. that It was Impoualhl. ? ii.ii:i, , ,|?. experiment M- Delagi -..???.in . those i?T - sent that It w.-i. |?1>Mi, ,? r,.,H?r the' I aeroplane | ! The dowa^T ,,?,.., congratulated j M. Delagi:(?, i?. progress ha' ? hod made ? 'Ii b\? a. ,.plane and ex? pressed t thu n?- areldeat oc-j curred. Tl- a?-r.>:,I.?,,i-t will leave} Ramo, this ' miii; |.m Milan. DtSASfROUS FIRE AT MrfUOUGfiBy BEACH ?|va a* the CiUtf.cs Across Ham|.R ' ton Reads Destroyed *t Eearly Metlr Sunday Morning. (Special to TV Daily Press) ] ftlCHMONI' V.V. .lull' 1.? About 8-30 Sunday morning, tue was dis covered in the Im.,.-' ,i i, l,ml,ling in Seventh strei t, and tli - s, on spread to the adjoini' rotlng.. and then ?tO the next. As ;ti r.- was a aljth wind blowing at the um,, mal no tire ap? paratuses In th ? ?law. -h,- Wlilough by Beach bole) was onl> saved hy a bttcket brigade h-rmiuj; and carrying water from th< nci-aa. I Neuriy every one in Seventh street realised that every, hnu ?<? wait tn dan? ger. Im net. at thi? t no- it looked as If the wtml o-arh would !?> laid to waato by the Ore ifenton, which "was gaining headway, with no means to check its terrible ailvsnc-. Womru and chiiUrett weri: hustled! out in their night appan-i and the buildings were wu-uted ,i, fust us poe atbfs. Fortunalaiy no one was hurt and except |n two < r thru instances most uf the hounehold effect- or the cot tagwrs were saved in im.- ilie Imlld lings wore burned Slnnl ihe beach wtrs piled high with furniture and b-'dding rescued by summer cottager* from the aaproachitig Hames , The dm was of unknown origin, hat possibly caused h> tghtnlug. The is tU.tJOO, with only i>artlal iu L Ta*Ab?rned cottage* were owned *h? W^TVk*hf.U y fpetnbroke loft). 'Rtarke nail Mrs. RoWtf Mackie. The large' WUloughby Clul' narrowly, capad deatructlon. Had, this caught many blocks of the brach front on . Chesapeake bay would hare been-wip? ed out, Ryan Not Going to Denver. (By Associate,! Press?. NEW YORK, June 1 -, Thomas F. T.yaadn an interview todat declined to discuss the report tnaT tie had rontributcd to the Ncbrasks lfc-mo crntlc campaign funds to elect Wll !am J. Bryan ns United Stales Scn-| tor In 1904. We said he was not go , ing to the Democratic naikmal con ; vent inn. nor would b?~ be in Denver, I at the timn of the rovention. nflB THE MillSTEBS Ml Sftetf. M [UfM (RS ' III UM ? mslrt T?US Til fXriE RIFIF6 i ThOy Deal Out to Their ?Rull C?n-?Says Thny Am ?dsjHTs und nat*--y Ouack? an Abs .ess. * I By Associated Pr->s ? PTTTSBURB. PA_ J. t K-v BlOy Sunday, the nuan-.! n former Natmwar i.- a?<n t.<-t-a'l ?Vteyer. derlsomd ha address ??? he Pn-shyterara mtnhner? cf i ?i.-i.urg today. tfis words' eacse,) tJna nmeag the preach r> . whom left the first f?r. - cmujch. their dignity being asost of Theas rusngdaanf to De The < i suss, list spoke on w - ? Minlfcm- PnO.1 He said th* urtnistfr* of tic pfwrn ? ?fudge caflng moUycoddle? ? ? continually sprmnlng hwd"o>: " '"ei oowarraatioasj*' Ue nauortrd that hat few cf t . day anp nutblmt hut salary cananhn w Hin- to ? >lai dUMlrtetfuw aad that n tb m are mailtal sanpfldtt. "fussny" hewan. CuanSannwe ' "Bouse of yon mlnpil n aan <-? ? hy ilahns gnu) not hy tb? hit' of yoa are aundters, nur? sei You know uses. swe. Thnav ar ?m ?- i ? oh nenuefMRg; teuhai dsn* b.- rarsjfhng thd) hrd ?Whst we want to an tear -i ?wtluarim. ar*d eaaanl the m on their hauls ?a gpad pod'' eery and Ha JMUCfcHUCi sr. ij pranrhia^t 'ban ? < sre to a seurfhg hen. l am ned an ootcnanrth t - ?..rrenn ang say RunptS so cm w the dta? ad Ihn char ?Pair Tveeday arid WadjBsw? lay IwaraaalfMj ?waaawan fey tHewei* la ?aal parsUn; Mftrt .orth' to nertheaet w.nde. PRICE TWO CENTS EMEB6ENGY WtA iWT PLEASING T8 M ritftvSts ttfrat w knot's akn bt I Kt liHMftt fa liasm b fuflfi"] mewssn ? wm es^esj* wws> mm nsam w People of the ComiwMr'i Own State Turning Out M Ornat CrOesas 6?' Hear Him WhereverHa speaks ? Bad weather and Karty Hoars No Damper to the CBjfrjgngsm. (Ily Associated Press, CHAHRON. NKa. June 1.? WY J. lu-yaa opened the wcuod week oT his Nebraska tour at Chadroo. where he addressed an early morning crowd which had smthered to meet the trabt; The program lor the day InclndB* five speeches! After leaving Chadroo. a >i<eclal train took him to Crawford. He was greatly lot rested In the ewt conie or the Ald'rlch-Vreeland hW t* the Senate, the first news of wads* reached him late Sunday sdght. "The currency bill, though sn ?mergency measure," he aale? "hB> been poshed through aa a' part of plan formed several years ago to.. 1 core a change la the basis djf baj notes. I am glad th? III aim ragjiTg ucttted It and am sorry they^ild ? succeed la defeating it." -J ?r. Bryan Intimated that.he *twj more fsHy express hie objjStljMSl ?h cmeaeeya^at adaSaV as^^Sf^ I be carry hour?7 o'sliasg ISsjtf heavy rain which fell half - of I night. A stand oa the principal el ner was sMrronaded by one of ?1 most enthusiastic crowds that has y. greeted Mr. Bryan. Whoa fed W escorted to* she platform rerersj dred cowboys and-Indians were those gathered to hear him and he was greeted la true froathar slyle. ; Mr. Bryan spoke for an hoar, dar? ing; the course of which he dealt with public issues as they aJTect the cattle country and the Nebraska farmer. INTOXICATION FROM . QRMMG MUCH WATBt Patent Medicine Drunkenness aa Pre? valent aa Wbisksy, Says fsroohfyn Be*e?itiet fa an Address. (By Associated Press.) CHICAGO. June 1.?Water intosJ cation, Indue on by too copious sea of water. ejlernaHy or - internally haa bees pointed oat by Dr. U D. MasBg> vkre presidr st op the Asnertraa society1 lor toe study oj, iaehrlty. alcohol end oeurorala, as being as dsagi isesj 'gsf over indulgence hi altabOl drinks. Dr. Mason a leading pkyskciay sad psbV lantbroplst. of Brooklyn, delegate IB the Americas Medical Asewclatlea. sg> dressed Inmates of on "Why Men Drink." He patent medicine as prevalent as the generally n -TgsdB ed form t. "I hare ay Mead who se*j victim of aqinaaaalt.- he saW *fJa spends boars In n bath tab awsj.'d so meek water that he haa the solids of bis body and *?rious injury to" agasSHC men and womtn drink boa mat .nd are v Irtan? of that form eat Ira. We are all errs tares i and our brat area and ?esceptfbte to ha hits, vlrtlms cf patent nrsa. One unrjl my msch of this staff that b? Is ly ?n.lrr the laBemu. of Bah) inioTicant Moat of these ?'ic's.-s sre 75 per rent, k ?. Tbls realty Is a * Uim for t-mj h- \ see-ire a plsdsy SsT * a man ed 'i-n ? sect Ts??- k?ea rH ? nder the tnffae :-.n?s to -be lejarv of .?v.. r .ris*-, . Casars are a ..??I mew who sh?tln.*nre frees _ - ? hetr mewth si: day. or a ?v go to bed. ?winsln* ?je r,. ,-r is s pawrfty of