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only newspaper published In Newport Newa that receives the full new, report of the Asso? rted Press. VOL. XIII, NO. 150. VViLL MONTAGUE BOLT 1 PARTY TICKET?! Richmond Hears Thai Former 6ov ernor Is 6ofng to Take (tie Stump (or Taft. FEDERAL JUOBESHIP HI3 REWARD Rumor Prevails Throughout the State, but Friends of the Former Governor Refuse to Believe It is True?Ef? fort to Reach Montague at His Bme Unsuccessful. ? (Special in The Daily Press.) i RICHMOND. V.V. Juue 26. ? A perafSBsjsC but uucunfiranHl rumor, ia current in iiotitical chiles tonight thai! ruor Andrew Jacksou Mou-j ill l?fdt t?V Deinoeraliv party, i Muinp Tax- Mate for William H. Taft, j ?lie ip-publican nominee, this fall, and in the event Taft is elected, bei elected to a Federal judgeship. The rumor is given credence and being gravely discussed tonight by pmminut p.'livians and public men from every section of the st?i!'-. who are here in attendance upon the state' hoard of education, which is now- in session. The rumor comes from all ' sections between Bristol and the sea.) hut seems to be es|M?ially persistent in the- Tidewater section. An unsuccessful effort was made to-! night to communicate with Governor I Montague at his home, but he could not be reached. In. this connection it lit interest'::,; to note that G v ernor .Moutustic .has recently resign? ed as jean of the daw school of Rich? mond College. The statement was made at the time of the resignation that th farmer governor would prob ably re-enter the political arena, from wihi<-h he had retired after his term as governor. It was believed, how? ever, that Governor Montague would try for some exalted |K>sition within the gift of the Democratic party. Even those Democrats who are ac? cepting :hc- rumor and discussing it | refuse to accredit it as true until | some confirmat n can lie obtainc-ii 'Iw?m. Go>iees<>r "Montague. Governor Montague's friends maintain that Ibis: confirmation will Tiot be forthcoming, but on the other hand, that there will I be a vigorous denial. CONFERENCE WITH THE OFFICIALS OF RAILWAY Council ComnV.ttee Brings Bride? Re? pair and Grade Crossing Matters to Mr. Doyle's Attention. General Manager C. E. Doyle- and] Division gnatrlntendenl J. W. Knapp., of- the Chesapeake A Ohio Railway, and the special committee of the city J council in th?- matter ?.,f a grade cmnj i inc. IssM a conference in tue oflie?. ot j Superintendent of Terminals ||. K-1 Parker in Ihr- railway depot huihlitigi yeslerdaj afternoon, the question ot 1 the "railway company's bearing halt! of the Baa sein] hardest of k-onin:*: liiej three overhead bridges h?re in re palr. Ostensibly* the conference was for J the purpose rf bringing alnm! the ? s ; taMkslUBent of grade crossing over, th?- railway tracks at Thirtieth stre 1.1 The eo'inrii commit t?c will for re n ; late a ropcri of the csasfeicaci' end, p??-s-nt it to Ihe city cotTnril in fhe' BBasBI fntnr. The conference vcMorday wa? srh-1 edueled ?o begin at 11 : 'V? oy-mrk. I nt i ??.< delayed at theBeqncat of General | Manager Doyle, who roc Id not get to !he city nntil the hp '-moon. HAMPTON JlOHTING TO GET AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL State Board of Education Having an Iteresting oration >n Richrrxjod? Seeking Sltce of M rf? tSpeciJH to The' Daily Press I * RICHMOND. VA Jun. .'. T? state M.arH ?f educs'l r? was in nee ?wm nn:ll n?nrty mhln'gh' w it heir tsklng np the mailer of the d!?trtb^ Oos of the at*eWc>t?-tat|?'?i made l.v th. aw-, nrtataiur. tor htsh and normal asrtenltnral sebools Delegation.? from Hamp'on Staun W<a. WaSssnatiurg and CV - .itte-:-r ed besnee Ihe bowd With th ct?*n?? of tsesr ivsss'-tlve rrsassjmjSass Hamntow ws.it." the itn ??> hools ]wai *d In than town1. Sites for on- ac rW-NllnraJ ~r!io"l <\ '?rh of the ten O'sniiMdnaol drtrSt, are to he A- , rtdr-d aprwi h? Ih.-ftnavrd. ' The hoard tonlsft ~onfrated KserT e-> m wit Ii iiii ??ITort to d'siiose of a vast amount of routin'' business In-fore taking up i!u> school matter. Every section wains a slue i?f the high school fund. Many prominent legi i tnioi-. are here working for their r> sjrectlve sei t ions. This session will very probably last until tomorrow af? ternoon. A grcal <!< m1 of Interest nltarhes In the work of the board at this lime. The beard tomorrow, in addition to the school work. x% i 11 elect division superintendents for the cunly ol Spottsylvauia and the city of Danville to fill vacancies. FOMENTING REVOLUTION ON AMERICAN SOIL Eltven Mexicans Who Weit Conspir ing Against Their Country Ar? rested at El Paso. fRy Associated Press) EL PASO, TEXAS. June ? Eleven Mexicans have been arresti-d lu.li- chain il with lein?ming a revo? lution against a friendly power ou Aim titan soii A search '?? the buiid . in which they were takou ri-voal ed two casi s containing r.llos and revolvers and also one thousand tounil/s of ammiiiiiiion. Letters und literature said i i be incriminating were found also. Among tin' letters wi re said ttv be several from Autaliiu Viliereal and Flares Nagon, two al lt-gctl revolutionists, whom the Mesi can government recently sought to ? x tralitc from the t inted State?. NEXI IflfgMO'S State Depirlment Is Now Marking Time In the Veraelian Affair OTHIIG EXPECTE? FOR PRESENT Believed -e Will be No Change in the Situation for Some Little Time Venezuelan Minister to THs Coun? try ? in the Dark. (15y Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. 1). C, June" 2C ? The slate deparinient is marking time on the Venezuelan matt? r. Events thai have occurred have produced a Bit nation that promises little change for some time and this governno nt is merely awaiting the course of events. The gjunhoai Marietta will leave Curarao fern' rrow for I'nanl tnaitm with Jacob Sic per, searetary of the American embassy at Caracas, and Lieutenant Francis A. Rugglos. mili larv attache as passengers. Senor VTos Goitlcoa, the Venezuelan charge at Washington remains in this city but tomorrow will take up his residence in the suburbs, where ho will cent,nm to be in close touch with the state depariiirent if neces? sary. Nothing had boon learner- at the Venezuelan legation today concern? ing the events in Cararas so that no new li^hl ee-ht be shed upon the diplo? matic tangle involving the two coun? tries. Some interest was attach, d to the fart that in ordering tin- Marietta from Cnruaeo to Gwaatattnmo. no In siruetir.n.- were given, f < r the return of thai vessel to Vcm zip bin wat ,-s The n-usnn given for this coarse was that then wa-'no fiinbor n ?- for the gunltoat ?o apptv ticiwe>n Port Bseflo ai d Witrmstadt. LOSE HIS FORTUNE AND THEN COMMITTED SUICIDE fPr ??Porisled Pt"?*?1 NEW YORK. Jnne ^; ? Car* Me t? wiihsta d ?De sh'wk of rising par- of ! a' ? 'in.. :i ;?.-jlaJ< d h rh ceffe,- hrsini <-s. Jane? T llotm . kn?,a-n as ' The Toff ,. King li.-s d'-ad fw hu? hoir?. al vsl St Jot.n'a llree. fwmuSlee. endnr afti-r shoot ing himself The rm-mb-T* of |t>-n n-tfa fnmilt wore sear>d ?? 'be din tv table waitinr for ?b< ir father ft aTCSrl f r 'he mesi when they he.-frd a sis All ?tr>i Gotn? to th haih room, tHcv found Ibe man lerne Ir. the lob with a wound In h> (nn h?-a I Dr J R K-i-vin of . ? <;., * i. e. wan railed. Mit llentv-tt wa* <V-ed ?b a b?- r*wehe.l Ibe boe.se Th?- tt?*--d% tanre- a? a terrible I How t > rb?. nsrwtnera f ibe etw"'^ wr chant's famit-. AIrfr-ngh th?-y km? ?U wa* saanyeesfiew,: S-tuiw of tb. Ma rf port e( hi* foriane. he ?tili ' ol Miffee ? ? ?<-. maintain ll memhe-? of bis fvastly in r??nefV?n foe the re** nf ih. - live?. it. gave no it ?tirat ? tt of s purr* *>? lo do awav wtib Inn?, I' and wh-u he Wt the family f? dress for diute-- be soned tw he lews diasssadewt than he h^d Veen )? asnay week* - NEWPORT I CLEVELAND'S FUNERAL SIMPLE IN EXTREME Oesire (o Avoid Display and Pomp Was lost Marked at the Last Rices. HIT NOTABLE PEOPLE PRESENT President Roosevelt Was There and He Tendered to Mrs. Cleveland Per scnaily His Sympathy?No Eulogy. Not Even a Song Miirkrd the Ser? vice?Beautiful Floral Tribute*. (Ttr Associated Preas.1 PRINCETON. N. -I . June L'? ? Oro \ r Cleveland'.-; boily lii's buried to l ii-lit .11 Hie Clevelatul plol in Princi i Oil ( emelei v. AI I! n't lock, just as the sun was sinking in ilie west, a distinguished coiiipan> silently watched as the body was lower, d Into the grave. Then lie simple hnrial service cl the l*res bytcrian church w;is read and lieforo the la si of the carriages in the cor ibad driven up to the path lead iiiL; to the burial place, the benefact? ion bad I ecn pronounced and the meml'Ts of the family. President Hoe ev it and others who bad gather? ed about i he grave, were leaving the cemetery.' Many of the personal friends of the ib ad statesman lingered about the i pi t whicii was io mark his last rest? ing place and each in turn was per ii itted to cast a shovelful of ?t-th in? to the grave. Agreeable to the wishes of Mrs. Cb-vt land, ihe services both .ii the house and ai ihe cemetery were of the simplest character. An invocation, scriptural reading,, a brief prayi r ami the reading of a W il Ham Wordsworth poem "Character of the Happy Warrior" constituted the si rvice? at the hcti.-e. while the read? ing of the burial service at the grave was brief and Impressive. Although the funeral was of a strict?..- private nature, those in .ii tendance number? ed many distinguished citizens. In? cluding President Roosevelt, Governors Port, of New Jersey; Hughes, of New York: l|ok,- Smith, of Georgia; fer? ner m< tubers of President Cleveland'* cabinet: officials cf the Equitable Life Assurince Society, mem tiers of the Princeton I'niversity faculty and friends and nciirhliors. Mr Cleveland was buried In a!' the simplicity and privacy that be hlmsclt wished as a private citizen rather ! than as the former chief executive ot I the nation. Roosevelt Received by Mrs. Cleveland. President Roosevelt arrived at 4.::s p. m. and was met at the si at ii n by Governor Port. The President. Governor Fort nnd Secretary !>>? !? w, re driven at once to Westland. I'jmui his arrival at :he house the Pr< ?Ident went to Mrs. Cleveland, offering b.s sympathy and expressing ke n regret si Mr.'tJJevc land'a death. The president then returned to tnV reception room where Fhi l?ody had been renamed in :he afternoon from lite r'.om on the second fli or in which Mr Cleveland died. A few miliars later thw four cler? gymen, who t ffii i.iti d. eann- down the -airs to the h.-rl bailing lo the re? ception r mi. fi.Howed by Mrs. Cleve lni'l and til- cliildr* n. Esther ami Richard. As they sppeur d upon the !?'nling. aecor:ipiii?:.<l by Or Joseph Rryant. ihe while c-.mpany ????mniie ! s'an lit g throughout the sctm-. Mrs Cl- vi Hand was cowte-,1 in black and w .r. a becoming hat with a short d: i j.i.ic veil Kntre-r was s-lso in black, while Richard wore a white sun. and black tie. The Si mole Service?. Th-, serviei s h< can with an Invo? cation by Rev 8vini*< r W. Rearh. of the Firs' f*r? hv'erir.n church of IV nci-tiw. which was f?.|'ow? | hv ?w-ipfaral rtn<*:tig bv Rev Maiilood V. Itartbdt. of New York, a former paweor of Mr Cl-veland. wh-> r? ad the tltb ChSSI?IT of the Um* of Jobn and alao read a n unl? r of aasxacT" from the R h and -2nd chnaders of Threaal.-iwiaas. "And ite-r fhall ?? hts fa^e." r?-ad In- Rwrhtl In rwwlnc. "aw?t ht? n?m 'h?U He tn thee fswrdkewj; th?n -*all tnmg. r mi mnr . neither thirst ^ny m- re neither shall ib" >un ll^ht up?"*i t#?. m nor aev heal, for the l.nmb wbw-b la in the mHid of Jw- throne, shall f'-ed these, and shall lead them unto lit ins fountains of Waters and r;.*i shall eNp- all tears rrosa their in Ir ll< an Vho IHke then aasd "Act jrdlws) to the rewaw-iM of sgje rtr? aRghli n wwdt at this new m we all r *wr1 there wtll be so ad drw? er sernr w. hwt the re w-i> a \<nrm written anare than lea years ago by SKWS, VA., SA1TKI), William W< dswofth. ?Bich is t-xprea .-iv, <>i Iiis rharat er." H t.Vn read iIi? poem, "Character ot the Happy Warrior." This was] toll oacd i>> readings from the hynwi l?.4:.I, Ol < mm :i ?:?.. I? 1:?. the service* ai i he boese eQUcluding wit It pray?r. Frcm Hous- t4.' Cemetery. The -.ei vii i wclo roiirludi I al '>: \Ui ami s voial minutes later the casket had heen teu.i?-l Ii cat rleil t?> lie4 hearse ;uul the proci -sii.ui started on iis ?-aj ,i> i In- n mi t- i y. Along I lie sirii . ;i in the house to ilr ('?'iiuter? t.aroeal guardsmen, tin initi il and on I id, polo <| I he way As I'm sUlellt It.hi veil pa.-s?'il through 'he Kate leading from iln1 WVt I.nid gri.undw tie in htiam- n pre :? tili4 ? -Hins a^jd lie- I're-idenl doffi .1 iiis hai in rv.ogniu -o. 'I',I'- pa'! hi- tiei s. si\ on either < of tl.i- heutse. mal (lied with precision as it v.i ? di d Iis wa> -lowly down llavard lane ?> Nassau si rent and on along tin- main ihor?ughfaro- of th4> tow II Itut-inest hnd heeti i-us:M-ti:lod dur? ing the afternoon and tio' iiio. were dlUWii in many of I lie house4-. The -il.-ni crowd stood with bared hi-j Is tis the procession pissed along in;,. Vnudeveiiter atomic and the b-ll ' Lu the ' w.-r of Ohl Nat in Hall t -II- ,1 ' mournfully. j The -uii., h d ov. f Wiggans str.i t1 i,i the cemetery, which was reach'd a lew Ur'lltltcs before t> oclock. At the Grave. ' j J Tin in mbers tin- family alight id from iheir rarrkigci ami with the] lour clergymen iii the lead walkou I slowly down (he graveled walk bad i in.4; lo ili- open grave und 'In- r -?? Htrearn grarve of Knt-h. Imtli almost hidden in tin- profusion of gntui i hows at I llnwers. Mr Cleveland 'stood ?'Ith Esther and Hichard and I Dr. Itryanl, as tin c ffin was slowly ' lowered into lhe gravi . Itev. William Richards . of the Itrtck Presbyterian church of New York, had stat ed to read the com mulaJ service ev?n before President Koos? veil and others bad reached the scene. , The Pre-Mcnt st.md Just hack of Mis Clev land as the Impressive final| words were spoken. The service last? ed less than five minutes, the cere mcni s ovr. President fto sevelt was driven wi4h Secretary Loeb to the railway station, where he entered his private car and remained until tie4 tra n pulled out. at o'clock, when he appeared on the n ur platform i ami acknowledged she cheers and good bj t s of the or iwd. Mrs. Cleveland und the Immediate . nxr-irben <r the family returned to Westland. Crowds View the Grave. Tii floral off* rings were removed to the rem? tcry before the proces I .ion started from Westland and were arranged :?! >ut the plat Porpvi- an hour le-fore the services and until President Roosevelt had left the Clev?'and home the streets lard cemetery were carefully guarded by miles of police. The Montnoeth | troop rs of R?-,| Hank and the Tn-n i ton companies of the Second regiment I which conatitnted the visiting miliiia in ai! Iii Ion t r the local coin|i;inies. I?'f: for th? ir rerpitsftlv > stations tiv night. Soon afti-r the grav?' was fill ed. the cemetery was open?d to the public and the crowds which up to ? that time had been denied admittance ? vi? wed ihr grase and floral display. NEGRO WOMEN "CARVE" j EACH OTHER VERY BADLY \ 4 Gertrude Smith and Lavinia Hill Use | "Chinese" Knives in a Dark Alleyway. j Arme t aritei whit they call Chi a. s.-" knives, and fisbting iii. a narrow alley r.? : CordsaV st?e-e on Ivy ?ve? nu? Gertrode Smith sad l.a\inia H'R. nejgrn wotnea. caived ?i*<4h other up pn 4,v bsdl?t abrat 9 c'rlorlt last] nichL The Smith woasns had her| lef; f? -.-arm laid naen from the el-| !:<??- JniM to th>- wried joint snd 'he I IP'I ?? nan received an nglv gash] in 'he hip Srd bad an artery severed. Urs. WrsTam HosStets and J. H Mal.r? were .earn net an ?I and th-- for ?i r .i . ss'd the wound of the Smi'b ?w ma:; ard the latter atlcasYd the Hill v vn.-,-v IUi?h of the ncgrcunea Inst n n-iiiorabt-- Mood before the ph\?n ans ?Tiv< I. TEXRS CONTINUES HOT AFTER THE OIL TRUSTl Institotr Proceedings Aoainst Stan dird Branch for StOIS^O for ? -- of the Law. \i *TiN TKX Jon. ?n alforn. Oea?rnl Da?fd?cn ha* instituted aar I eia?'U' ii' |Torod:nt'/i la conn hen | agali'il Ib.- eVenritv4 OSj C'nni?iay. Standard ?Sil e-rlmtdlarv. which la he-| Irg ?n.-d i o-i tt aud ptnsl e ? ?}' la lb n - r -h- :,nti irn-l la| gari .?he*-* are ?In- Waieral <???> .-> rbe Seewrll) f?il lb? Sa srr Refining CnSAit err A Paene. th. Standard nai. VeW Yo.k and the i orado and SSTile F ?\Y, JI NK 27, l.M)8. 48 BATTLESHIPS IS NAVY'S LATEST PLAN Secretary Helcaif Announces Adop? tion of (De Two Ocean Stand? ard for Tills County. BI6 FLEET ON BOTH OCEANS WAITED Propo:.! (i to Have Sixlee" Battleships Stationed on Both Atlantic and Pa? cific Seaboards?It Plan is Carried I Out Four Big Ships Would Have to be Constructed a Year. (Ity Associated Press.) SAN KKANCISCO. CA I. . Julie 2t!.? lly announcing that a battleship Meet ? ill ? mm ? lull) b>- Station? I in i he PiM-itlcs, aliii iii"h liit- in r-- sary sdiotv ??stalillslini' nts i' r its efficient main (??iiaiice ml -1^ tii si be developed, S< o rt>tary Metculf has indicated the ad? ministration sh adoption m ihe "two ?><?? in Hlainlard'" natioiial poticy con? templating the development of an American s a |>owcr to an effective strength kit forty ?Ighl baitk'slii|Ml wMb erulueT's, si ouis, tor|Hilo bouts ami auxilia.-hs in due |>ro|iortion. This |:oliey promises to he ol t|ulte an much itnir riiiiui to me world aa ti:i.it Itrilain's "two i> wer standard'' muh r which tli total nav) has un? falteringly I? <I thv armored ship building race and has been malntajn ed presuinabh capable of defeating any possible combhiation of tw >grea| natu! ;>owerN. The compact definition "f thy, "iw*; ocesn Standard*' heard since it I? came talkid of In naval circled ana given by Rear Admiral Richard WjYow right. I hope wo have Impressed the Pa? cific . iias:," he sa<d. "with the neeea city for the establishment of ihe "two <*-can standard:" l wo a leipiute fleets, one in the Atlantic and one in the Pin Iflc. which pi nared f".r war can i oinpe) iw .icc; tiMi wise for conquest; loo >; roiig fo" fi ir Wainwright Outlines Plans. In response to a rc?'U< St Rear Ad? miral Wamwrlghl has given an ex? planation in some di '.ui of (he "two cari an standard'" idea in ibis meint r aiiduni: "I first J-.eard tin In ocean stand aid' used b> Jusin-. Harlan. s|?cak ing ut a naval league dinner about two years agt>. paraphrasing it from the Knglish two |ki? r standard.' To rjry mind it is logicill\ reciuirc-d. to -iffurd an a b quad defense, that a flei t lie liase,! on our Atlantic cast ::':d otic based On 0"ir Pacific coast. Kach. tint should consist of sixteen batt!eshi|k ready for service and eight under repair, tints having each ship reu l\ for service and ttndi r drills for eight men'Its and four months wdir r tnir. with fn:: ? p|?>rtunltv i*? give Ii ave to officer > and men in their home"lx^f*. "With sixteen bn'tl. :ni>s always ready, ample tins' woul i b. ar7;rd?<l i for nrnch m-cp-d hatt .- drills. Tar? get practic e trould be carried on a.? at I present. Wi'h each ??c i there should lie a d1v1s"oii of armorc! , ruis- rs and one c.f sei ? - With each spin.Iron there tjtouid lie a d1vHi< n of lest ruf .eres a repair >Iiii>.> an ammunition ?hip and -t hi ppttal sh'p Wrth -aeh ???vision ? Beet coiller and supply -hijrs. sccurdlng tw atrcumstaneca. "The il? et hospital s.i - ot.e for cach sqti:- !-..ii -Mould 1? ii ; li"on tti any nrd nary ho>.piinl si a~ ik>w const met e.-| and us?*|. T' ? 'lunild b>. for scrgitaJ cax"* Only i d n ? or d:Tin-, . t k Mi'i on Is T'i. \ should Is- I.'pt -nrgiealj.v .;n *nd reeerve,) for the w-Tinded ion. Itals't and building the IToi I States has tw*nt) light firsi class I ' !? -tups ev-rerai ef whirti an- nein, tnodern / d The S note h;.s , ..mm Itter! - If to UV fwdiVt of .nitI: dring t* ? new battleship* ann.ri?v This would nv-an ? at] four ntorc or a ?! of forty?isM. in twelve yens. ?? I92w Ihm bj lhat itne- seen. ? the I s*hhsa now in rommissbm wtl ci> rarrly ohn 4rte. It i? >>\ ioii ? h.ii ? he achi- ? ti ?-f the l w? is'. ;in -'.in ianf lie Ilm' th. Pati.ini? > anal I? eon '? ?' 1!M.".. wfM r e n .? the cesMtf*s*Ma a ?Barr than two Mtp? a resw. i->sir a*inmfl st h ei ?''l is- nerdh la BSMMtwa lo th< auxiliaries, hi ?-h I Mae (Tuned State? Is Is-hhv rah* r great imvh! powerw. Tlx- n?a>i> t iow of l*ueaBauB ? inal Mi he ?orih ata?? hwr t h-shiaw. tenacee nf the "! wv> IS I SSJ BtRgsJ i >l whsjnwt the mnal mi awn Ike ejRhv geewene. of a etxl en ?Ah> IsnhnV In esc* orsan Wfh the canal b ~ns^. - .???JHDM iha shliw <i?" bo nwbillsed, thlrty-tv ? a numlKT. oti cither the Atlantic I'aoJlic tx-enus with uswirwu'i' that tin oilier const can be reached in ("'?' twenty 10 thirty day? if occaat' should arise. A comparison of nuval strength U lli.' At:u:'ie shown Kt.glsud Immen ? l> predi'jminatee with all her ban ships in the M will err anean, North V: l.nitthe Channel or the North 8 i Hi. oth. r |kjw-? is huvc followed fl\i yeata a suuMSlial similar pol v concentrating their bUttJeeli:;: kIi iigth on the Important lu ? i is. Their battleship*, which >r !y ranged the Far Fast. >frequit ly meeting the small buttleshiu 1'-<-' f i lie I nit > d 3tatw. wer?- wiHidn ?> [ f rota the Far East about the Hat Jnp-in and Hut^la settled their war Japan dlaiiowd of Russia's, tin laud found herself the predontiria'u nav.il i..:w r or the .Pacific, for uttv\ 's eotteentrated on the li'*i> etwiM Not unit) the Atlantic but:), i ?hip Heel pae-scd through the Blatt ;?f MageUaa latst February did Ihtj predominance shift to the tJnhrfi State*, and It will again be on Ja-| i turn's siil when the Atlantic ' leaves the Pacific Dandelion's Fast Raes. RHBEP8IIEAD MAY. N. Y.. Jui? N. Ibintleiion running to his be si mlrfcbly ridden by Miller, won he Shoepshentl May handicap one mi> :t' Shot pshead Ikty today, deteatlr: in drive, .tack A t kin hy half a hurdi. with Dreamer third. The time : .;, I ?*? equals the truck record tit; i-s within 8-5 of a second of the wnrHl > i.ord. Ispjes \uW The' Friik and His Wfe Eaca HIN HE- ACCUSES nHS Hli it Youlhj. Divorce Papers Served Millionaire, and the Wontjn Whose Voice He Was Having TiLlneiWillJ be Named In Secret Meir.ngi NEW YORK. Jnne 25.?"that Frank J. OouM, half crazed by Jealm<> of bis leanllful y'otiSg wife, had I f . - kepi her surrounded by private setec lives. In the guise of serVa'n while Mrs. Could in her turn had flH?-l his j yacht with a crew of gumah w nes in1 In r employ, were some of the rerei! lations made In connection with New York's latest mllllonafre dlw -.an dsl. Following the serving of a sum? mons on Mr. Could Id s suit for abso? lute divorce, there cam- the an? nouncement that Mrs. Gould will seek h< r freedom on atatutory -rounds. The most sensational feaf in the action has to do with an ? !--le on Mr. Gould's yacht, the tJekeita, In which a Lcaittiful young sir - " whose name has not been dlvuK played the lending part. It will he alleged, aeror - to re jiort. that Mr. Gould Ins for several years been having this fjanua'i ?oice trained fcr the grand oper.i - age un? der the liest masters In Fwope, anrt that she accompanied Y. on long cruises In his yacht. The iftc act i f mi-cinduct with the ye:,.-- ?/:nan will be alleged. It was lea 1 y. ster day. to have taken place sane three or four years ago off Siha-v. ..ova Scoi la. There will be saw It '? st imony! from fi rmer members of he ll.ietii 1 ts's en w. This, it Is said > ?<"?' of s cum 1st of sets of s ^-mlur- to l-e iirsed by his wife aga:t<t ill- mul timillieinalre son of t! ? la**- lay' Could. The nature of thews m-o acts not even Mr OnwubJ aril: kn-? ' >r\ several days. a? he has t !? -n' *crved with the full eon- ' " d? r the- law. however. iat? r- in ? tri- ca#e must he filed ? days after the srrrlnc sum ! The public peouaMy vi : ? k in jr , me praeise rate re ?f tI ""- i ? ?? in the wnit. a* h , teoterdJs? that a motto* , tvadi t.. aij-tie the rirnct-edls n .--?r re fere v?*-.a; evidence M' o,, '? I. - sht> !s sag iimm% I.' w,?? r. las. his wife ?f?g time saat. hat It b ?.id butler. PsaJ far I Ia? 1 it,band-? Moj i-ig through a kev h-wV rxanta thessserres s> b. howee wa nib^ -; ""Hem. rant snndw h> ? ?rivi-ry to Mrs ?kvahl m.i. thrcwahj tv^ ..nl -.n. r he haw given gw b. -e.t. deratna. iss??i cans "it of the f Mrs. fTkaihl M?rlanj to I t?ree fr hre^eh 'k-sn..i aauafaflb* 2M THE WEATHER Fair Saturday, warmer In southwest portion; Sunday few, ?Mrmer in the interior; light t? frtth e??t to south winds. PRICK TWO CENTO IBM WILL BE TAFf S HEADQUARTERS Presidential Nominee aad Fad} Going to Hot Sprlqs is L Soon as Possible. SUSCOMIiTTEt TO MEET THESE Resort in This State Promises to Be? come a Mecca for Politicians During the Summer and Fall?Secretary Will Get Back to Washington Early Next Week. . - i i1*J?' (By Associated Press.) * WASHINGTON. Jun ? Secre? tary and Mi's, Taft will chate their h iii" in this city wit hin the next two weeks and. nofompauled by the youn K r utni, Charlie, will go to Hnt Springs. Va.. for the sununer. Miss Helen Talt will visit in the South be? fore joining h.r parent;' In Hot Spring?, while Robert, the elder Boa, sill s|H'iid his v scat km in Muruy Bar. Cnuadtt. where the Taft family have gone for many years to sp> nd tlte summer months V. Mrs. Taft ami Charlie arrived hers fr iii New Haven. Conn., tonight .?od wer: driven to the Taft home on K street. ' Their household goons are betas, ixu-kcd In readinees for leaving the bouse, which Mr. Tnft has ocettpted since he became secretary of war isj ] February In 1904. His lease in October next and when he If to ssevto Kot Starteten he tum to the K street bouse. Mrs. Taft saldjsj w_ ^f?^>*?*iJA?r^cretary Tdnt*4*8?rJi? a* noon as Mr. Tail's ei gagemrtils ixrmlt. iirobably la :;?ss next ten days. If the sulvconrmittee of the Rep*** Mean National Covnsnlttee meets ssjr July 8 as ha* been announced to en**, for with Sitretary Taft In regan*. 10? the election of a national oftflirseggr and cm other matters, they wMl pw nhiv have to g > u? Hot Springs, as ffc Is the present jHan for atr. Taft far be at that rvsort on I hat date. , The nominee will go to Cinctaunssl later to r ceire tin- effi-fal anUtesV lion from the nomination i iiliillllflteSV Mrs. Taft ?-III In- j ined oy toe SW0V I retary in Washington early next SAMH 1 and will I ave tor the Virginia rsasntti ^ as soon as lawible thviY.aiter.* i THRE ATENO LYNCHING, M Mr CHARLES CITY C(tWmM ? Precautions Being Taken to i the Violent Death of tjamsa T. 1 Banks. f _ I WIUdAMSMRO. VA.. iisi%| In Charles City county the 1 Jam-s T. Planks, who is hcitag i fully guard* d while aeairtttg tri j a seitous charge preferred j him by his ?top daughter, in fl g:< at Interest. ' I Masks Is in jail in Charles CiHtrthi'usc await.ng trial i of ;>nrhing have ho. a heard, k not belh'\ed that say r Im- attempted. In order "> conceal his set;, ,cl j.-.l, lllaiiks idacrd the gfH. is -. nly sev-tit' en years of aS*. kg' Si.' :'- S'r*?< i home. Richnaond, s o- has recently I? . <>ni?- I The ac< us<d man is abcirt >.ars obi and life long cripple has a wife and tbn e t Commonwealth's Attorney I? \i-.ee wiil be aestsled In the oi:ti?m, of lb?- caee by Pay ft nrr. of ilamrMrm. wtiile M ul ?. ?< Wi;hwm*n?rg. wtfi ?hi- defence. m M*a. Biliwos at InfiTSMOPTH. VA.. Jluae 3?. Mr- CcrH PBIaaa. Jr. Margaret T? Smith., of ?h.? arrwJeatsNy idsot herself ha I ?viter boose aast anglet, I m n-nrrre.l to the Prate ratal ?-aieli wo.indrd.aw4 . - fin- ber recovery Sew Mr , m ti Tht North Carotins OssBSa fit? Awasrietad Press) ? n t p I' rTTK. X C AnsVf ? ?? i ck thu saornhag tae i.. eoavrwtlewt keen in -ejuovxj ?rassnt ? me 8"-1 W dn essay. * terthwr SB inn. - '