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inly mm*?*** published Ii Newport News that receives th< full n?hre service of the Asse elates) Press, VOL. I XIII. NO. 253. GREATEST GATHERING [ Of THREE CUMPJIISMS Brp Is let I) Audience That Packed Jadisoo fqoare Barden To ??t. ENTHUSIASM ALMOST fREIZO Thousands Are Turned Away After Mammoth Structure is Crowded From Pit to Loftiest Gallery?Can? didate Makes Flying Trips to Out lying Towns, Speaking in Rain. (By Associated Press). 'MADISON SQl'AUE GARDEN. NEW YORK, Oct. 26.?At the clcse f :? iJlOE day of outdoor ..peaking in dr>nching rain, of fast flying trips I . cmotbile and special train, of ?'ions and a formal dinner and of iu: ee big evening meetings in dlf : e ,i esections of the city, William Jeuuings Bryan, tonight, in Madiscn Fquare Garden addressed the most notable gathering of his throe cam? paigns. The great oval ampitbeatre of the gaiden held a throng of thousands, limited only by Its vast capacity. From platform to he farthermost reaches of the loftiest of the four encircling galleries there was no va? cant place. The pclice early in the evening cut off all access to the building with a disappointed wailing line blocks in length. Notable Persons on Platform. Notable as it was the size and en? thusiasm cf its great crowd, the meeting took superior rank ? in the distinguished personnel of its'speakers who ear with Mr. Bryan ireon the platform and cheered his every senti m nt. It was 10:15 o'c:ock when Mr. Bryan finally reached the garden. His coming was heralded by eager outposts at the doors and the first cry of "Bryan." brought every'man and weman up in one rising wave of humanity. Cheered Fourteen Minutes. A flag was in the hands of every person -in the vast audience and the scene, as th presidential candidate made his way !hr<>ugh the aisle.' to the stage was strikingly a repetition of the demonstr-?ion at Denver when <Xr. Bryan ? <<minated. The waving of the Bags in <t rippl? ing sea of color tat cheering and the music lasted fur fourteen minutes before Mr. Bryan, with uplifted hands, finally secured the silence that per? mitted him to proceed. Mr. ;>ryan appeared tired and worn when he began to s\r ak. but as he proceeded the cheers cf bis hearers seemed to imbue him with new strength and he spoke with all his oharast eristic vigor. His voice, dear and resonate as a bell. SHed . the big garden to Its fartherst cor? ners. The candidate m-ean his long day with a darh through mud and rain to Patterson. X. J.. in an automobile. Speaker and Audience Drenched. He spoke in a dowppour for twenty minutes and like the thousands in his sn.llerice. wss drenched to the skin. Returning to the city, he was the guest at a r'"ception of the Women's Demrrratic Club at 'he Waldorf As? toria Hotel, where two impulsive la? dies threw- their arms ?,.-?>? Mr. Bryrn'- neck and kisr'd him Hl.? ?-vening tocr rook bim flrst bc for- an outdcor gath'rine in Hamil? ton Park liefore a crowd th*' filled foojKr t'nlow snd 'hen !o 'be Falni Garnea at nm-ieh'h street and Third avenuv. ft was from there that Mr. Bryan w n< dlr-c: fj Madi rcn Square (Urdeu In his speech Mr Brvan AsWWtOt a !argc pen of his time :o labor bBjSeS, GR TAN" Nlgh' story?l^-ad ?o eomK MS i>| SON SQCARE GARDEN. NEW YORK. Oct. ?.?New York l?rmoriary trmed it* !*?p* toward Medl .?-. Square (Urdvn tonbrht ta saehe tt? welcome to Ike I? rooeraMc csadidnle. William J Brysn. Hour* before the r|-<?rs of :h* nig iuditm hiss swung ot?eS. a crowd of yvr-ra! hundred |er.?ru? wsi'o<j p.< It ntlv Mff admittance The ram did act seem t:> dampen the spirits of the gaMrring thron?, which made an ? ac - rush f'.r seats when ike Jnotf were flung op n The issnvetee s-idi" rum was uw*ph* I) Sited un? at ? e'ektch every sent was taken) and 'be ai?i* ways became ehorfced |, ?ras Tsmmaays w I cum? to the pr.tdA* ntiei rasdidaf" and from oaf of the populace of the city came throngs eager to aid In the greeting. The gallery of the big auditorium was Jammtd with Tammany sbouters. Police Regulate Attendance. Inspector Cortrlght, with several hundred police under his command, formed a cordun around the building and only ticket holders * re permit? ted to pass this line. H was a few minutes paJt 8 o'clock when a strid? ent cry from one of the far reaches of the garden told the throng that the speakeis had entered tho building and taken their seats on the plat? form. There were cheers for Hon. Hoke Smith, governor of Georgia; Represen? tative Hear? Claytcn. of Alabama, chairman of the Denver convention; former Congressman John J. L- ntz. of Ohio; Alton B. Parker; former Gover? nor David 11. Francis, of Missouri; Governor Ansel, of South Carolina: Herman Ridder and National Chair? man Mack. Th > Tammany leaders were wildly cheerej when they took their seats. Herrick ie Chairman. J. Sargeant Cram, of Tammany Hall, opened the meeting with the nomination for chairman of Judg ? D. Cady Hen irk. who was chosen with a -ound of applause. Judge Herrlck l'ok>- on national issues and attack? ed the policies of President Roose? velt, which he said, would be perpe- I tuated should Mr. Taft be elected. I "The election of Mr. Bryan," he j '.Continued on Tblrd Page.} ! WE HAD OVERDRAWN Tvnd IB Is Collateral SscoriJe Of OHMMMe. i PNSECOTiOl BESTS ITS CASE On Day Bank Was Closed, Mora* Owed the Institution $210,000? Damaging Statement by Former Vice President. (By Associated Press). NEW YOKK. Oct. 26?After the admission cf testimony by John W. Gates, former Judge Morgan O'Brien, Charles M. Schwab. John H. Flagler and William Havemeyer. to the ef? fect that as directors of the National itank of North America they had never authorized the honoring of eyer drafts by Charles W. 'Morse, be vice president of the bank, and bad never known of the existence of such a prac? tice, the prcstcution today rested its case here against the former banker and promoter, and his fellow tiefend ant A. H. Curtis, who are b.ing trieo for alleged violation of the natjpoal banking laws. Full of Sensations. The day's session furnished a num? ber cf sensations, not the least of which being: the declaration by W. W. Lee a former vice president of the bank tbst r<o the day of the insti? tution's collapse, Curtis, the presi? dent, had said to him: "I have just told Morse that be has 'busted' the bank." Mr. \Ae was questioned at length concerning the evening hours of Oc? tober 16, 1?'-T. th' day of the saw lapse. Deposited Worthless Paper. '- After th accounts cf the day's tranken ions wcrr closed It wza dis? covered. Mr. bee t stifled, that Mr Morrc had overdrawn his account $211.ono. To make good this '"ft riency. Morw- had tum d into the hank a quantity of ?oeuritirs. fcr fhfl mem- rar? Kfcfc* and bonds "c.t l.stei on the -?,.rk exchange, and cf do-ib? fnl value, as collateral for a I'un of $211"no This Kan the directors repudiated cn the following da? V collateral put np by Mor*e Vint found unsatisfactory. Tfsfinicny IntroJwvd ?o show th' d'-mlnaMn? aawMflsnai < trrted swat the Nmlonal Bank of NortB Am rira by Morse was given bv W * Vaah president of the Com Ksehance Rank ann a member cf the Cl<a:ing House < ommissioi. Bank Good if Mores Cecd. Mr Napb. it spp er? ,-:"ormed Cur Us cf the IMiaHon of the CtNsrsh* II ??- cemmtujiion to examine th* "hank "I toeh Mr. Cnfi? aoMhV lestiSed Mr. Nash, "ani j>k-><1 . .t? it the 1.ink wa? all t*c*1. H" WK.-ei hts hands towards Vo-**? rnl i'i.lk<1 IT he kt afl right, the b-ok is ail right. - It was notk~-d durlns ibe prte^-ej^ Ingo today : hat counsel for Morse asj cwnsH for Cmr'.n differed sharply at ttew*s r-aardlng ibetr reaper*We prin? cipals' part in the stairs of the beak. NEWPORT NEWS, Vi TEMPORARY INSANITY = IS FLEA OF CAPT. HAINS Judge Overrates Demurrer In Case if Jerkins daws Alleging Of fecilfs InilictmsDt. ELQER MOTHER SAYS NOT 6U2LTY No Date Set, But Trial Probably Will Begin in November?Counsel for Slayer of Annis States Captain Was Insane at Time of Killing?Wife May Be Called. ?By Associated Press). ? NSW YORK, Oct. 2?.? Temporary insanity will be the d< fense of Cap? tain Peter C. Hains, Jr.. lT. 8. A., who killed William K. Annis at the Bay Side Yacht Clubs landing last; August. In the Supreme Court at Flush? ing. L. I., today. Judge Garrel son overruled the demurrer catered by counsel for the defense in th ? case of T. Jenkins Mains, brother of the cap? tain, which set up the claim that the indictment was defective, In that i; charged J.nkins Hains both as prin? cipal and accessory before the fact. Jenkins Hains was then called to the bar and pleaded to the indictment not guilty. Pleada Insanity for Client. John F. Mclntyre of counsel for the tit fense entered a plea of not guilty j for Captain Hains on the ground that at the time of the killing of Annis.j Captain Hains was insane. District Attorney Darrin offered no obj et ion to the plea, and asked thej court to set a date for*T?eginuIng the trial. This Judge Garrets on said he pre? ferred to leave to the judge who would preside at the November term. .Mr. Darrin announced this after? noon that be will go befer- 'he Supreme Court at Flusbir- next Monday and ask that the mal ot Hain? be set for November. Ii has not yet been definitely U'.cided whether or n?i Mrs. Hains shall be called as a witness for the prosecu? tion at the trial. LIST IN JUMBLfc. I _ Can't Tell Heada or Tails cf Rich? mond's Registration. RICHMOND. VA.. Oct. 26.?Close examination of the list of qualified voters, now being supplied to the registrars for use at the polls on election day discloses a multiplicity of glaring errors and ina ecu races. So frequent are these and so awk? ward the slips made by the com? pilers or printers, or both, that the election officers regard the lists' as most unreliable and unsatisfactory. In some, instances the names or prominent citizens and tax-payers, who are qualified to vote, have been omitted. There are many curious errors in the spelling of names. Some prominent citizens, ss in the case of Basil M. Gwatbmey. for example, are Vrted as negro voters. Registrar Andrew Tenser, who lias made s close examination of the lists, advises all voters to bring their poll tsx receipts with them to the polls. "The list* are wholly unreliable."' he said today. "They are realty use leys to the e'ect.on officers, the er? rors and omissions being so numer? ous and pslpablc." The lists were turned on' h>v a firm of etty printers, bu' whether the com? piler* or the printers, or both, are responsible remains :o he determined er, ion of the Beta 1? now im ntr sihle l ?-eanse of tb'- brief time In? tervening V-fore , !-( . jon day. Nov. 3. ?MCK WIRES ELLYSON; SUDS CHEEPING WORDS Now CsnWcVm of Bryan's Election But Urueu Virgin** to Rott Up B.g Majority. RICHMOND. VA. Or I. 2*-Chair? man J Taykr Kliyson of the stale l*Tnocra**c coenmHiee tnnirht receiv? er the foil e?Inj :< I-arani from Na itnr.al Chairman Nui men K. Msek "We are n< w eonfdent Iba- Itrian will win la the ? i ? ?,>.?< college "I am wiring lo urge yoe t-> call qpor. the voter4 of your s'st. to b* active sn<1 to ai?i<*' ?<? 'h- ?? n ?irons Demorrsitc seeikjnn to bring -:ut the full DeavwTStK- vote st that a big majority of the popular vo'* will be cast for Reyan and K'm h large majority of Ik- rmpwlar vote will he|p Ui secure ihr reform lehj? tatiua to ehk-b oar partj is cowmti U TUESDAY, OCTOB led. A big majority ?III help tb?" lMnirw-rata everywhere. IM. ase leave no effort untried to get oik (he full l)?niocratic vole la your state. Ap paa] to the Democratic pap r? which have done ao much In 'his campaign to aid lu thla work." The teles. a?u waa read to a gathcr ing of 2,50u Democrats assembled in the Academy of Music just <prlor to ths opening cf a apeech by Congress man W. A. Jonea. It waa enthusi? astically received. HI MUST WALK. Runaway Boy In Richmond Muat Use Hia Lsfci. (Bv Aasoctated Press) XK\V YORK Oct. 26.?Robert ii Harebell, who has intornied the Washington police that he wa* kid? napped from Brooklyn and taknn to Richmond. Va, is the son of a Brook? lyn merchant, who said today that the boy has twice before ran away from home and gone on what be calls "religious pilgrimages." This time he disappeared last Thursday morning when he left nomo. ostensibly to go to work. His father safd today that he cannot afford to continue to pay his son's fare back to town from tlje trips, ami will let the young man walk back home. 1 No i ? denes la given to the kidnap ?r.nn storj at his home. ell7s'^>pTnion.~ Believes Gompers Wilt Have Few Followers from Labor Ranks. (By Associated Press.) new YORK. Oct. 26.?Among ttie callers at Republican headquarters toduy was Wade Ellis irom Ohio. He conferred w.th Chairman Hitchcock about the situation in Ohio and the lalior vote in general. "The most siKnhlcaiu feature today In the naticnal campaign," said Mr. Bills, "is the failure of President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of Labor to carry any large number' of union labor votea with him to Bryan'a forces. Tr's is evident on every aide. Kven his iel low officials have deserted him." CREW FEVBJVBTRICKEN. Steamer from African Port Nearly! Unmanned ay Malaria. (By Associated Press.) PUXSACOLA. FLA., Oct. 26.?The Brl u?h steamer Hollingsworth arrived here today from Dakar, Africa, with her captain and most of the crew ill with malarial fever. The visael left the Africa )m>rt about a month tgo and a few days later almost the en? tire crew waa stricken with the fever. One d ath occurred a week later and another today, after the runnel had been sent to the guarantln? na? tion. The few members of th? crew j which brought the ship Into port were j 'hoes who had recovered from the I disease. i According to th? crew, the waier' takcat from the river at Daker ig the cause of their illneas. I roosevelt's anniversary. President Today Celebrates F.ftieth OAile Stone in Life. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 26. ? Tomorrow will be the fiftieth anni? versary of the birth of President Rr..revert. No family celebration has been planned so far as known, bet something jn the nature of a sur? prise may be sprung on th: Presides i by Mrs. Roos reft, probably in the form of a dinner party. The Presi? dent will sper,.| :h ? day hard at work at his desk. Tb> Hungarian Republican Club, of New York City will send rongratula lions by a del. cation which will call at the White House. For s*.eral yean this has been a custom of the club. ENTHUSIASM COSTLY. Cheers Bryan and is Wulcfd for $25 in Pciice C?*rt. (By Associated Press.) LINCOLN NKB, Oct. 26.?CBtSa ing f-r Brian ? ost John T. Keni. a ,>roniin?ot torsi 1? morrat $2.',. H was fine?| sh?< .irnoun* and costs in the prllre ?-<.i:r: today. Technical!' be was charged wiih iivtu Mr* h. : eaee and with dis orderly rsro.iuc. The complaints w?re a* m?m - r* of the G. A. R. drum carp*, uhn :estiacd that vlin he p?rst>.t<4 > . charing f? t Itnsn h disturb. <? a- ,en air eneir. rf their r.rganlaation ? . s gtvung, Platfors* is Lassa. (ft*. A?? ciwted^ Plies ) NKWARK ?. Ort. $*- The Hem ortsttr wstl" .1 pfertform was likes I to a Mo'h<t Hubhard drew* whim f?\?-r? * lot bot lwhi? nn?h rr.j t,v Fug- i- W CheAn the Pro blMt.ot, csndMat. for the pr> sid'.ac y In ?ii ?.idte*s hi re today. Mr. cnafn. dtd not g've much tttt^n tlnu Ka fhe o'her pnrttk-a! parties. .o.flnlng aifc.*-!f vei> rloselv to Hk pi?? for awl lu r?n| prueesetmu er 27, 1906. DAY III CONNECTICUT, WIGHT IN BROOKLYN raft late. Toiir In (lie Vu'meg State?0ver*h?to9d ft. Ed gsgeneils it ligkt. HM S'O?flTS Or YALE FOB 111 Republican Candidate Greeted by Young Son In New Haven?Parade In His Honor In Brooklyn?Attenda Many Function!?Crowd* of Admir? er* Undeterred by Pouring Rain. (By Aasoetated Prose). NEW YORK. Oct. 26.?Devoting the day to a ttlp in Connecticut and the evening to speech, making in Brook? lyn, W. K. Taft* Brst day of active campaigning on bis present visit to this sect ton was prosecuted by hint with vsgor and earnestness. While the day. despite it called for a speech of some length In New Haven and a shorter one at Port Chester on the return trip to New Yoik. wa* one ot comparailve ease for the Republican cand'date, the cat's that were made upon him in Brooklyn tonight were ruch as lo keep him actively occu puiej every moment. When the can? didate entered that portion of Greater New York late this afternoon be found himself falily overwhelmed with en? gagements. His Busy Evening. Before the night was over he had accomplished flve speeches, oaten dinner with a hundred prominent Re publicans as the guest of Republican Slate Chairman Timothy L. Woodruff, reviewed s parade, which in spite of somewhat adverse weather condi? tions, wan impressive in its size and [fnapirtag ft Its enthusiasm, and Che? 'attended a reception at the Union league Club. k i A deluge which broke loose Just at j about the time thst Mr. Taft was en-1 tering New York's trans pontine sec? tion threatened fo- a time seriously to Interfere wif'i 'ite evening's pro? gram there, it nad been planned to make the parade one of the big fea? tures of the Taft demonstration. Lvt the downpour continued for some time. The rainfall ceased, however, before the parade was scheduled to -tan and the comfort of the msreh ing thousands snd the reviewing par? ty was not interfered with, and the function was successfully carried out. Sic.ilarlv successful and enthusiastic were the meetings of t'e sight par? ticularly those In the craremout Rlnjt and the Academy of Music, where Mr. Taft made h's principal addresses. Yale Students for Taft. The fsture of the trip into Connec? ticut was the New Haven meeting. Here with football enthusiasm the candidate was pledged the support of a large portion of the student body of Yale, through the presentation of a handsomely bound memorial con? taining many pages of si sp?tere?. A parade of the Tab? Taft Club and the New Haven Taft Club, beaded by fourteen veterana of the Wide Awake Club, of I860, paraded the streets In the rain, whl.'e s tremendous crowd gathered in the big armory where the speeches were made. The candidate delivered a pointed review of the campaign lasues in vhich he held uppermost the im port ar.ee of the maintenance of the pro? tective principle-; and th? rehabilita? tion of business confidence. The II ?< h wan punctuated by the Yah* y-|i which ended with "Taft. Taft. Yrft." Enthusiasm and friendllaeen wet everywhere apparent. ^ Greets His Sen. At.rr the m?-eting. Robert Tuft. - ho 1? ?Junior at Yale snd who had ^en Iraniie in hi? efforts to sjet to Ms father anally reach* d him at tCe Mnn?J. Judge Taft placed the boy'> rrrtdy face between his hand* and p anted a kiss sanmrely on bis lips, finbcrt was taken aboard, aad was an admiring listener to his father's .??peerb at Port Chester oa the way I .-?ck H? r.- a tremendous rrow?; had ss remi ed for the purpose if listening to both Mr Bryan snd Mr. Tsft. Who were each dee there at the same time. Judge Taft reached here Sr<d aad was met by cheers snd the waving of man? ?mall sags in the bands at the crowd "Bryan said a year ago that the panic was no: due to tbe President," *aio Mr Taf! He now -v? It was Roosevelt It is a difference of opin? ion Umweht about In one year and <s sot ? *e..,.!,??>?: in Brysn's cane." (iolng to New Hsven Mr. Tnff spoke to crowds si Stsmford nnd BrMgepert. The Ten special reached Vw Tor* erf v at ? and the egad date wars taken to the hfnetaeh Ciuk tu Brook lyn by State Cha. n>au Woodruff ?her? he wa? the ?ue*t or honor at a dinner given by a hundred promi? nent Republicans o? that city. "HEAVEN HELPED." Success of Fleet's VlsH Elates the Japanese Ambassador. iRj Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 26.?"I auppoae heaven helps us to Join our hauds Armlr," said Japaaesr AmLaa aador Korego Takahlra today with emotion aa he dlscuaaed the visit of the American battleship fleet to Ja? pan which has come to an end. Ambassador Takahlra had a short while before returned from the White Moese where he was the gueat of President Roosev elt'at luncheon, and to whom he delivered a message of thanks from the Japanese emperor. The baron personally thanked the President for having sent the fleet to Japanese waters and said its visit bad furthered, to a great degree, the feeling Of friendship. Mrs. Roose? velt was present at the luncheon. Speaking of the fleet's visit. Am? bassador Takahlra said: "The people of Japan are very much gratified with the visit, for they had been looking forward with the great eat pleasure In order to prove the sincerity of the kindly feeling enter-! talned toward America and A inert-' cana. In respect to the details of the) visit the American people are already informed. I sm satisfied that heaven helped us." ~i mm EXPLAINS IT Sags lea Hi Boost*. in M Serails of stiti sirs low ins m uimi Standard OH Magnate Assarts That I . ' .1 sSJRhj ? S - m> ?? ittnriia *-? sndt ^PwSfJhafPsfJ ?uTfll ^^AWmW'fjf WallISM sal fJpT Pennsylvania Wars Contributions to McKinley Campaign Fund (By Associated Press). N.W YORK, Oct. 2d.?John O. Arch bold, of the Standard Oil Com? pany made the fo.towtng statement this afternoon regardntg the letters restUfcw-W. R. Hearst at the OaT.t?gle Hall meeting Saturday nUht. j "I am very sure that until Hearst read the letters, neither Judge Mor? rison nor Judge Henderson had* any knowledge of my havtng written Gov? ernor Stone In ihelr behalf. Judge Henderson wss not appointed by Gov? ernor Stone to the Supreme Court, but was ihree years later appointed by Governor Pennypacker to a super rtor court Judgeshlp. If. however, sny word of mine could have influ? enced In the slightest degree the se? lection of those gentlemen for their respective positions, I would be very proud of it. Their ?Ute baa had no better servant* (ban they, and, I cer? tainly have never asked of* them any favor of any kind, either for myself or for the company with which 1 am 'connected. Says Money Was for Campaign. "My letters to General Rfltla re? ferred to accompanying drafts relat? ing entirely to contributions to the Republican campaign fund, then en gnged in the preliminary work of the reaomlnatioa of Mr. MeRJnley. a sub? ject regarding which I should th nk Hearst would be a little sensitive, for wss it not the electron sad tragic death of Mr. McKinley that came near ro?tl:?g Hesrst bis precious neck? The statement regarding Judn* Height Is In <->nner:ioo with aa otd lll-ei that has been explained aeJ ex? ploded ro many times that it would be a simple weariness to the public to go over tt again Uses Ugtv Word. ?The intimation hv Hearst thai be h.-s had n:\f comniunieatinn from me. o.- from am of my associate* in coo wnrtlon with the stolen letters fat a lie The only favor which I wouW ask or Hope ever to s*k of Hearst >* that he return me the lefrrs handed htm H? his isrt-enous "retttleamn friend." whlrk were wrtttew nom Japan relat ax to the fatal limes* of my d*ugh ter Jn thet country"" Fire At Urhswns. f'RRANNA. Oct. Sl..-F.re last nlsbf dessroved the lee plant nehme lug to J W Hurlev w.th an |t? eon teat* The loss k* 11?.neu ?Hb $2S. one, Inse ranee I* G Vsn Wagewea'a phthje fsotorv einee h . containing n I era! hundred barrels of pickles w*-? also destroyed web It* eaeteut* The lose I* fS*n wlvh sensli * iuassrasaee. Mr Hurley is in Norfeeb. while Mr V*n Was? neu b> Hi uf paeuaasnta. Tbe or lair of th* gee I* uohuuun. hug, a* supposed to have hewn the work ?' aa tacendiary. TN? WCATHllt Pair Tusedsy ami Wednce day; fresh southerns* winds. PRICE TWO CENTO TREttO Of AGTIVfTV IS TOWARD PBKI tta SKntn Si EVP CltSI AttHliM ?111 IN Eta*, twifalfAt PBIICE 1900 i?S Heir to Servian Throne Goes to St Petersburg, Premier Says to Enlist Russian Intervention to Balk Aas? tria-Hungary's Annexation of govlna and Bosnia Provinces. (By Associated Proas). LONDON, Oct. 26.?The British government has Issued in London a forma) denial that the reported eege** tlstlons between Turkey and Austria Hungary was dee to Great Brit a an Intervention, together with a state* ment that any direct arrangement eatUfactory to Turkey would la the opinion of the British government smooth the wsy to warn a general set? tlement The tendency of diplomatic activity is towards peace. ServiA designates the danger point and the viait of dm Servian crown prince to Bt. PatSjaV burg arouse a certain smount of ap? prehension, la the absence of sctb?l news as to whether he ie actually going on a matrimonial matter or has Iven seat by King Peter to pot as end to hla dangerous agitattoa. Premier Telia Another Story. The prince. |s accompanied1 by hL Fachlich, the Servian pr?mier, aast la an iaurvlew while passing through Budapest the premier said that the prince s mission was ?0 persesae Russian emperor to intervene i the sunesatkm of Bonnie and scrovln* and he added. -&? good results for Servia. It Is reported Br?sa both VteagsY and Constantinople that direct negetj ations between Austria and .arbor would be resumed. LUKEWARM REFOrtT Oelsa Unable to Glve p. esideat Very (By Associated Press). WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. *??? T. J. Dolan, president of the broth . Dredgers. caUed on Presldeet erhood of Steam Shovf; V/orimra^aapf velt today and talked with ? b^ ?e> garding the political situation. M*. Down baa Just returned frees a' fSjJ> ! through Indiana. Ohio and New Taj*. and he told the President that ew^' I result of hla observations, ? reports of several organiser* brotherhood the labor vole be pretty evenly divided. The area, he said, new at sing themselves to may it is hard to learn ye*t ' Staad. He reported that men of his brotherhood are aar because they always round ham e% posed to treat them mpnarijlj wSs*f I they ashed anything that was rffW I He said there was leas Inlet sat ia this campaign swung the ' classes than la pi ivtoas e aad that the laboring ?segle are WW a roused over It. i Mr. Dolan also said hat aria business with the Preuideat connection with some matter the Panama canal, but he haw to make public. He will go bp Pe?> ama this fall in connection with Sau brotherhood matters. I0HES m RKHmOtfD 10 I First District RICHMOND. VA. Oct. Jt?Can* gr asmaa William A. Jeeaa ssaMgM addressed - ?+* Democrats of tbe e*9 ta a speech of two bears. He anas* reply to tbe speasas.af GtsSJtse Peaa> cm Adams. Oecasrlsg tarnt chat umm 11'man bad inherited has views aad hta wealth aad that wbile he was ?*> sweed to RnoetuB and a hash am BE, being a free trader, be wamM esJM for Taft. Mr. Jone? said that a* FvwambJWt was cTtaln of sei ?lag hei t?rm sad ibat If Taft were ?? sad has saaatle fell en aw tees, Taft Deaaecrats would have who was Inimical to ev ry SI taterest. Me believed the* the Demi in wla aad he tic end wits aa hppeet to Virgin tan* net *s reived by the sta* brows ' Vweteis who vmsnr ha sa prtwetpb?s of a* 'lament maw level to tbe treiFlows of lath re.