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THE DAILY PRESS ?a t only newspaper published Newport News that receives t full newe service of the Asi cuted Press. VOL, XIV. NO. 2<X Forty-two Dead Bodies Re? moved from the Stili Smok- 1 mg Shaft at Cherry WARMTH ?F CORPSE CAUSES EXCITEMENT Rtport That Living Men Were Being Brought Up Arouses Anxious Rela? tives and Friends of Victims?One Hundred and Eighty-nine Still Un? accounted For. THE SITUATION TO DATE. Number trapped in mine. 310. Rescued a lave. 20. Bodies recovered yesterday, Bodies recovered previously. 19. Still unaccounted for, 189. ' Hv Associated Press.1 CHERRY. I.LS.. N v. St.? An Opening to ihe third vein, or keweet level of the St. Pbul mine til forced UtM tonight, and the removal of the bodies end th reecaa of living men Impriat neil in the levei may begin boten daybreak, it is said. Tesis showed the presence of air in thi: lower vein. Thousands of gal? lons of water hav been poured into tin. shaft to extinguish the fire in higher levels. With air and water available, tupe for tin- rescue of any j who may he alive is strong and eg- I naordinary efforts to reach the gal? lery are making. The opening that baa been cleared is a continuation ;" tin- TTialnshart. Gruesome Tokens Found. Gruescme tok. na of the futile figlit lor 1:1 ? made by the men wheae !k.dies were taken out of the mfhe today wore found near the bodies. On the walla tf the shaft had been fash ioiifij ruiH wcoden wheels, shaped in ? the fashion of ventilating fana. Hoards urn from the timbering of the mine had been securely nailed or> tied a? vanes about trie handl- s <f the miner-ricks to form a wheel.< These wheels the men had apparently itirtied by hand to draw air to them. Close to the fans the largest group I i.t dead was found. An i xplorer iientrated forty feet in- i to the lowest gallery, which he found kaee deep with water. No sign of life was seen and no bodies lay near the shaft. This is said to indicate' thai the men retreated towards the end Of the shaft. CHERRY. ILLS.. Nov. 22?Eff. rts | t.i reach men possibly still alive in the St Paul mine were in vain to- I day in two jiarts of the underground j workings. Although excitement was causi d by the flnrMiig of a d?ad gefceff who Wae at fir-t thought to be alive, the net it still of today's w> Tk was. the recovery of 42 todies. Rain fell ail night and during the ; fcrrnoon turned to tn iw. _ j S. arc- !-. a kinsman of the missing : m';n was a' the mine tiday. Hut ef? forts to explt re underground, con? tinued with unabated vig<-r. Dcaens of volunteer^ wirke,| against exas? perating impediment* to extend the I.mil of their explorations. ?Thej'r- still alive down th? re. wag 'be watch wird of every worker, although .-vate/icc in support of It was m "gre Fair tn Fird Bodies. Ta<. first tangible evidence that the ? men in the east vorlings were not killed witen the fir' txeke out on Saturday *w ?-k was the failure to find an> liod.es where ft was predict e?| a large number would be foaad If , 'he men were .-m? tbered In their first rush for i*fi ty. Mini mining implements were ? foi nd b:t not a dinner pail was to te- ggeaj From tats it was argued that the tr.en. unable te> eerape when , the fire waw dircovTed. retreated to j ?Baa ?>*'? of :h- mine, carrying Oelr food with them Rat this was e extent if inspiring dteeovcrit* of t ? day. The titwation. a The situation to date: ?Vumher trapred m mine. 31? f., / Pf:.?die, rert vered today. ft. 'WItod i<K recovered gd? vbaaslf, S%. 1 Rllll iinacet.nnte.j for, 1? Dead Twelve Mown, :>t. ? ? .. d tw Bsve beer, alive ! as taken from uVlilif #> I Tae aaaa after being taken to the lupttej car was prt-nouareW dead by " paywtrtaa* ra charge and tae body j was removed to Ifet morgue The l?.d> still was wann and this had ha! ta the ??IM of the rescuer* that he wa> alive. One of the rescuers excitedly told Of heariUK the tiiHti moan aTier he had l>een placed on the stretcher, but Ulis was pronounced a mistake b\ the physician. Whiie uncertain as to the time of ?feath they believe it had oc? curred at lotst UJ hours before being placed on the stretchers. The teat l>erattire of the mine, which is hlK.net than tin degrees, caused by the tire as yet unextingiiished, undoubtedly was the cause of the warmth of the body Wild scenes followed the car r> UK Of the man to the hospital car. They are alive," came the cry ! 10:11 all sides and a rush that almost carried the liearers'off their feet be Kan. The soldiers were hurried to UM spot and forced bacK the crowds, while physicians and nurso worked 1 over the b:>dy of the man In the car. Gruesome Work Goes On. The work of hoisting the other vic? tims to the surface did not cease. As the first load of three stretchers, their burdens and their carriers reach? ed the top. the crowd surged back to the oar a few yards awuy. Scores bent over Use fortan, but even the taaprec tieeol glance of those not of the modi, oal profession saw at once that there was no mistake as to the death of those on the stretchers. FAILSTO SE^ MR. T?R Suffragette Pays Vain Call at White House. NOT MILITANT, SHE SAYS Mrs. Philip Snowdon Declares She Pound Roosevelt Charming and That She Would Like to Know His Sue cessor. I By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, I>. C , Nov. ? -Mrs. Philip Sncwden wife of liberal meinhcr of the British Parliament and a noted suffragette, tried to see Presi- i dent Taft today. She failed. Protesting that she does not belong to the militant branch of the organiza? tion, that has made the lives of Brit - 1 ish statesmen miserable for the pas: few months, Mrs. Sncwden left the White House announcing that she would endeavor tomorrow again to run the gaunlet thai shut her off from tli. chief executive of the Cnlted States. "I am desirous or meeting Pre ilent Taft." she said "because I met your former President, Mr. Roose? velt, and found him to be most charm? ing. I am anxious, therefore to have the privilege of knowing his suc? cessor' A Disappointment. Mrs. Snowden was something of a liisappointment to the members of the women's suffrage movement here. In I lecture tonight at the Masonic j Temple she declared that American ?N men could not entertain the move? ment seriously. This she explained, was by reason of the fact that there were some two miilicn more men than women in this country, the women hero are treated so well that they fail to appreciate their political slavery. In England, she added, the women outnumber the men by LSim.ooo, and the situation is reversed. WEDDING PARTY'S AUTO PLUNGES OFF BRIDGE Prospective Groom and Chauf feau Dead; Bride-elect and Friend Injured. flty A-soeJsted Press ! t TTHBKRT. OA, 8cv. 22.?Two irorson* w>re killed and three others miraculously escaped instant death near bore <a*t night when a big tour mg' oar or ntaialng a wedding party, plunged off the bridge < ver the Cen? tral of Georgia Railroad to the trars* fcrty feet below Curt>s William?, the chauffeur, was Instantly hilled while Horace Sheppafe. the prosper tlve bridegroom died of his Injuries this morning sMhei Helen Metlos. rf C? leman. the hnde to be. and Jamej Ijimley. of B?tson. also were Injured Mise Mary Matter a sister of the held, to be. escaped without Injury The party had been to fibber! to reenre a preacher to perform the cere tsvay. Imt. unsuccessful in their search owing to the youth of the '?end., had stvrte^ for Port Galnes Williams, it i? sajat, lost control of Ibe marhine. whi . ^ttenptir.g to light a rtejarette it was irteasueelj re ported last night that a brother of ?sneppar.] alee was killed In the acet NEWPORT NEWS, With Water Supply Exhausted, Town is Saved from Des- , trtiction By Dynamite. j FOUR BLOCKS IN HEART OF CITY SMOKING RUINS. Militia and Cadets Patrol Streets. Guarding Furniture and Valuables i Taken From Buildings Burned or Threatened?Blaze Starts in Livery Stable and Spread Rapidly. Illy Associated Press.) WAKKKNTON. VA . Nov. U ? Fol-' I tearing a tire that threatened to wipe ? ut the town, Waricnten tonight lies under martial law and four blocks of I'lilldi.iKs bj the heart ..f the city are .-niuk.ns ruins. Only by the use of dynamite was the town saved from complete destruction, for the drought of seven weeks that has held this part of Virginia in its gup had com? pletely exhausted the water supplv. ? veil that needed for dunking pur IKises being shipped here. The preeesee <>f Um aiiPV* is eeeee ?arj to guard the furniture, valuables and t.ttice and store tixtures now | stacked in the main street. These were (akaa froai homes and places of buslaeaa' when the llame- throat.-noil, and theii owners left to aid their , i rtghbor* in the saving of other prop eity. No Attempt at Looting. So far there has been no attempt ; at looting and a strong guard with i I- ati-tl rules is patrolling the scene j The Ire, which started in the loft ? >f a downtown livery stable ounedby Bredbeira & Ctftterboefc, spread ? diu kly under a brisk south wind. The dames spread along Waterloo and Winchester streets, taking in lb< r pace it l ined by the Juiietiire of the two thoroughfares. Among the buildings destroyed ?rare the skating rink: the annex to the Waren Green hotel, the T. Kp i-atie's store, the Jennings Kurn'turc Company and the residences of W. A Warner. V. C. Brooks, Mrs Klizt beth Wal>. Hr K It Butler. Mrs. B? M. Moore, Mi ses Hull and J. B. Kemper Buildings Dynamite I The dyuamiiiiig of four buildings made a bresch in the tire zone that i becked the progress of the flames which dually burned out The court house and the post office were saved only by the most strenuous efforts, which failed to save the building in which were located the i otinotl cham? ber and the mayors office. The damage is rejiorted tonight to be hew teen I'.'l.no" and $7.~>.<mni w ith insurance of about $&i>,ooo. Cadets Called Out. The cadets of the Bethel Military Academy, near Warrenlon. have been called out to assist the militia in gnirding the town Warrenlon. which is the county seat of Farqnier county, has a population ?f about l.itiKi, many of whom sre wealthy Knglishmen who have pur? chased valuable estates in that vicin? ity and who breed a fine grade of horses for exhibition purposes Warrenton is noted for its fine borre shows, many or tbe fashionable set from Now York Philadelphia. Bos ton. Washington and Richmond. Va.. and other places usually attending The place is famed aw a summer re ?ort for neighboring cities. OPEN BIDS TODAY ON OLD DOMINION MNER Local Sntpyard Submits Estimates on New Freight and Passenger ? Steamers. Bids on the constluction of a new fre'ght and iiassenger steamer wl.'l he opened today by ?he Olo Itonnnion Steam?hip C? mpanr dt its main office in New York The local shipyerd will submit an estimate on the ves ?ol and the oflioials exjie^t to land th* contract. The new ste-xmer is designed for traffic between this port. Norfolk and New York and will be about of the fame sire and design as the steamer Jefferson, owned b> this compaay She i? to cost ab< ut f<S"n.ean when completed Rear Admiral Soerry Designated. cPv As?ncis'ed Pres?l WARHINOTOX. D C. Xov. ?.? Admiral J?reiT> ha* re-en detailed by lb* secret try of th-- navy to assist the National Waterway* Commi?sl?o n Its work He ?ni rive attention t" vs'ious orestlcms snd wt?l aid the c, irmifsion re the pr.parat on of Its fonhr wing report. Tbe commission will renort tc congT?as about The Urst f eerf January VA., TU MB DAY. N<)\ LOUISVILLE MARQUISE LtFT HUSBAND NOTHING Most of intere.t in Caldwrll Estate Goes to Oe?d Woman'. Sl.ter. I By Aseoeiati ii Preae), UM "ISV1LLE. KV No\ U.*r ?Whiit.Afi- Inteicst the Marqalae ins Mom tiers I emirlm die. ?t>o was Mi Mar> Gwi iulililiv II. nl i'aldwi II, ? l' l.i.isirvilii-, t;a?i in |be raid well ernaic goes mostly, under tin- will of ihe auraaJao which was tied today for , r<.l>ai<\ to her sister, the Baroness Caldwell Von IfcjjejMi The b ojaeatd of $10,tHM e.ieh uie 1 maile one t<i John Udgel) t'artir. Of j London. Eng . aud One in Charier K. Carter, if Baltimore. Mil., anotaer eiataal ruaala WaMerautr Conrad Von Xedwiiz. her nephew, gits $100. iMjo. Two 1 tiier liiuail beqaeata aTe made and the r> sidne internal goes to the sister Before ace is made -o tht. husband of the BtaFBjOJa only tu provide mat he shall have nothing further out 01 her eatate than is j.ruvid-il f<r in tno marriage i out rar t she had with him. I'ntil the inartiulse rrnoitared the Catholic faith, jt bad beea esaaoted that sh. would leave much to Hie i chinch However, under her will the eharaa, is not mentioned. The GaJo> well Batata is Mi of the eldest in 1. i lsville and th.- will disposes of Interests valmd at $1 .nun.mm NORFOLK GIRL FOUND AFTER LONG SEARCH _ I Thirteen-year-old Amelia John-: son Located'in Chicago; Gypsy Arrested. 1 By Associated Tress). CHICAGO, ILLS., Nov. 22?After a arch of ihree years. Amelia John? s' 11. i:!-yoa-ros-old. laughter of Kph ra'in Johqsou. a horse dualer of Eins? al* th. N. .1.. who was kidnapied at NortMk, \"a., in November, 1906. was found today by he: father and biotti? ers In a scutli side rooming house. iH-tectlves accompanied the girl's n latlvcs and they arrested Zclca P'.Metra, a gy psy. and his son, Eph? raim I fcuiiltrn. The elder Hemltro i* said to he king of a hand of gypsies . that make a baataaea of kidnapping for ransom. KNOCKED MAN'S EYE 001 WITH KNUCKLE Berry Jockson, Wanted for Felonious Assault, Captured hy Police, IU rry JadBM ? a negro, who has . been warn cd l>> the local police for j a week on the charge of knocking the right fjre out of the head of Jim; Sei k. ant. also c lcv? d, wan arre.ifed ? In Keekens yeetertfcaj afternoon by! Patrclman Pearson and locked up at ! the station boii.-e on the charge of! fe'oiii,.uc assault. It ia alleged that Jackson attack*d j I Sergeant in Rocketta last week. Aft**r ' ,-.ome w:riis .la< to-ou. it is said. , MMk Sergi ant a I low on the side ; of the right ej Kiio< klag the eye bajl j out of the man > head. The peltcV be b re that Jackson struck him w'.tn < some kind ot an ic-tmment. but e>e 1 witnesses BBJ tl.at the man u?ed only his knuckle Sergeant hell Me eye In bis hsnd and ran t -ow white men nearby who hastily snmmonrd a doctor. / PREPARiNG FOR PIOHT. Stanoar^ C Officials and Counsel in Conference. iR> \*<k-i?ied Presto. NEW YORK. Not. M ?To begin Ihe wort, 1/1 ? -itlining the conrar of artloa thai w ll be Ukrn b> tbe Standard Oil .'".ir.ipany. Bs a result ef the adv.,-f> rb rlsk-u (a the govern? ment ? gaN against tbe company H? dered <u Saturday, a eoafereaee 01 rdaVials and leading conn sei for the company wer h l' in this city nday Heavy E.rth Shack 1 fjf v...K-iatrd Freae.t .s\l..'\\> 'VI. No*. 22 -The h'aviert .?'tli<|ii?se reeorded here atare the ?p rk of April IV 1?*?. was ir ?? ?1 loriai rrailiinn? I at Bad and rr-.be,| for BTeeu aec ond? and ' r*or?l?- rnshe | into tafa st reo ts. So far a. ascertain'<J tn-ra rge KM BKU 23. I!?<?!>. GEK. TO BE REAPPOINTED Surveyur of Part of New York to Lose Choice Billet When Term Enns. NOT DUE TO THE SUGAR FRAUDS, FRIENDS SAY Timothy Woodruff Demanded Scalp of Former republican National Chair? man When MacVeagh Want Into Office, and January 1 is Said to Have Been Fixed as Last Day. nt* ajSUOHUI PressV WASHINGTON I? C Nov. 12.? The parttrre anawuti in? nt that Gen Janus S fTsssSilS surveyor of the port i>f New York-, will nut I <? re up poirfcd :n thai i tiler, was made by Beeret**) ai Uhs Trcaarj MaoV?agn today Th ? deei. en against llie retention of the former political warrior froin I wa. in one of tin- (holest billets In Uks federal s? rvlee in New Yojk state, will not surprise those famlliur with political conditions in that state. When Secretary MacYoagli went to tb.'White laaaaa on the th-st ?i?>"01 bis official career, ho mit thete Titln tliv Woodruff, form, r licuteiianl pwanaMf of Wati York, who demaude I Hen. Clarkson'ri official scalp, it is said Time Fixed for January 1. The Presidmt was mil inclined to acquiese in this demand, but it was understood at that tint" definitely ' that Mr. ClRiksnii St iiId not eontfhtr' in office !>eyoud January I tint. The trouble is si.bl to have had its erliiin in the desire of taW upper state Republican pi liticiaus for the patron ?ge. The office pays Xyiiiiti a year. (Jen. Clarkson was for many years one of the notable factors in the Re? publican tanks of the county. He was appo'nte,! to the New Y< rk office In , Itn by President Roosev?lt. Two Terms Enough. NEW YORK . Nov. 22?James 8 Clarkson. surveyor of the port of New York, issued the fo.iowing statement tonight when informed that he was not he reapiiolntej after the expira? tion of his present term: "I ba\e had two t< rms of the of lice, and two terms are enough for me I did not desire another term, as is generally known, and for over a year ba\ been arranging to go Into business, a fact which has been pub? licly announced several times In the last few months." Mr. Clarkson wns chairman of the Republican national committee from I to lv.i2 and has t>een a member "f many Republican national con ventii us He is f." years old N't Associated W-ih Frauds. A close friend of Mr. Clarkson said tonight that developments would 'how that the action taken at Wash? ington today could be associated with the sugar fraud investigation and that there would be some Interesting disclosures in Clarkson's favor Richard Parr, the government em ployee who asserets that tie original expwr of the sugar frauds deelln ed to comment on the case today al? though the friends or XT, OUrkson referred to Parr as the man who would give some valuable information FIRST PR?cficFlN AERIAL WARFARE ON Fort Hancock Artillerymen Train Their Guns Upon Imaginary Enemy. , f?v Associated PreasV NEW YORK. Nov ?2 ? The ?r?' practice of the Coifed State* army ta aerial warfare began at Sandy Hook todav A Isrre pa; five Imll.-ica was aent up and gunner* at Fori Hancock elevated th. ir big guns to test their re age ?e the tma* nary 'srai W h three M? ha I loon v a* tareet*. actual ehota win be fir. d laier la the we. k lieutenant Itenjamtn R Poelis. of th.- r -n?l corps. I? commanding th* aerial i eaders. and some of the beat ???wn c dnaee- ano" erilllerjr ofdoere are ooaam. ? Jia* the defense The k sta trill not he open to the pehWc. It is aid expertmmts in Ormany have sb< wn that the regular Seid er tUVrv cannot he vm?d and dred up? ward qikklr enoegh to disable air rhipe In motion The (Vrmaae have lai'sted three ktad of liaDoaa eeje aoa aad thla governae-nt is can-ring oa teats to that red. MURDERER MAKES STAND IN CAROLINA SWAMPl Sheriff of Coiu. ibui County Severely I Wounded in Effecting Capture J of Fugitive. ilt> Associated Pi-ens ) WILMINGTON. X. t\. Nov. 22? Ski i iff V H Itii lundson, of Coliuil mWt <? mit). tbU etnto. ?es twiii' shot and m'mk'l). hut not family wound id while i iiksk'(1 with i |k>h?f In el lid iik ihr rapture of a white man MMN Itufkln. charged wiih murder, in a swamp m-ai t'uiifey. S. C, fmf lei'day llufkln had fortified hiuim If in a et tup In the swamp wliiTi- he hud In-eii in hiding siuee the murder two wit U* uK" and as the |h> m approach? ed, he tlr.d from ambush with a ilioigun |t W'u? while return Ihg ttM tire l bat Sheriff Richardson was' wounded llufkln llually siirr?'!idered nader threat of the posse to si t tire I i ihr swamp and kill hint on sight when ho came out of his hiding. The -piL-oncr was landed In jull ut Wblte v lle. N C. today. KNox is Wig time Awaiting; Details of Killing of Americans. MARINES START SATURDAY Four Hundred Men Will Go Either to Nicaragua or to Canal Zone?All Depends Upen Ajttorv of the State Department. (My Associated Preset WASHINGTON, I) C. Nov. 22 ? Piepuratioiis ait- being for fiur hun? dred mariit's to sail irom Philadel? phia either fur the i-anal zone or for Nicaragua next Saturday Thla"~wTft constitute ihe first armed force to land In Nicaragua If development^ In tae .dttiatKn within the next few days requTc BUcb. a course to be pur? sued. All will depend upon the ac? tion ta be taken by the state depart mint, which is marking time pending tin- receipt of additional details of the killing, cf the two Americans, Groce and Cannon. The departure of the marines is the resell cf rush ordirs to me l-i ague Island navy yard, after the slate de|>attment reci lved the prelim? inary report of the slaying b> Presi? dent Belaya's orders of the two men. It had teea intended to send the ma ilnis to Panama tu relieve about :ixii Marines now on duty there. The uate of de[iarture frcm Philadelphia nad haea *> t for Dei ? mi.-- .1 by which time the troop ship Pra'rie would have been ready to sail. Sails Next Saturday. Hy working nigbt and day the lycuguc Island force will he able to finish repairs on the ehip by Novem? ber 27 and that da'e bas now been set ftr the sailing of the marines. In i vent ( f nrcessity. the shii roa r'nea now on the canal *eme could be utilized in Nicaragua in addition to the four hundred to 1m taken aouth by the Pialrle. With tbe troop ship I tuff a I. f.n the Pacific coast and the Prairie on the Atlantic, the marines could be transfened from one eoa.n of Nicaraugua to tbe other In a com? paratively short time bv way of the Panama Kailroad. Oaafl Send Battleship Rear admirals ?ab re were ar tbe navy depart meat today, but in no In? stance was It admitted that their presence there had to do with the trouble In Xtearagea. It was etatrd today at tbe naw department that tbe shallow waters along Nicaragua on tbe Atlantic eoist m?de the send? ing of a battleship there nselews and -in h act km |s net enternptat? d It was admitted, however, that the Al? bany and the Yankton would remain fov the present in Magdaleaa Bay DEMAND EXPECTED Nicaraguan Government Oot mutic Result of Balance. MAX AG I'A. NICARAOIA. Nor 21.?Not having received anv naVial ccm moo: cat too < n the sabyoct. the Xlearaamsn tov.rrment ? -xpresse-. a doo t that a demand ftr reporation will be made ha the Catted States ca are-sant of the ?^ruttoa of 'he two Aaiertran? O- ? and (Nation fi r the reason, it la pointed rot that the proreajlnre of Nicaragua was ae r. rdiag to law The men were tHed bv court mar tiai and cond< mnrii and President 'If laya refuse^ to Interfere with tbe de r-?! fi , THE WEATHER, tain and coldar Tuesday, ach colder at night; Wednee y fair; briak to high south >st to northwest winds. PRICE TWO CKlNTk THOUSANDS SENTW STRIKE BY SPEECH Representatives of New York Shirtwaist Makers Act After Hearing Gompers. PAYS HIS RESPE3TS TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION President of American Federation of Labor Blames Constitutional Law yera and Big Fees for Failure of Working Man to Get L*wa Protect? ing His Rights. (By Associated Press? \KW YORK. Nov. Aller hear? ing Samuel Gompers speak at Cooper I'nlon tonight two thousand members of tin' LiidWs Waisimakers' Union voted to (to on ritrtk?' tcniorrow tor shorter hours and nightr wages. At the same time, three other divlaioaa of the union, representing about 1'?. Odn more employes, mel iir parts at the city and cast their votes with similar result". Mr. Gompers. in hid address at Cooper I'niou. said: "There comes a time when to re? fuse t() ?trike Is to be slaves. Condi? tions in the clothing trade are a blot to civilisation?at stake in this con? tent of yours are the lives and futures of many men .| women. It is time that yon w* re aroused If you let ibis opportunity go by. it may be g: nerai bins before you aguln get the opportonRy to I at prove your condi? tions " Psys Respect to Lawyers. KBW YORK. N..v 2::?Samuel Compers, president of the American Federation of Labor, paid his respects to the bgal profession today at tho opening session <f the National Civic Fed< ration's annual met ting. He was discussing the need in this country Of new laws to cover the subject of employers liability and to provide nil?tiuate ct mpensation to warge earn ers Injure by accidents. "The lswyers will prevent our get tlug the best and wisest law in this ?after," be said. "They will have difficult!' in finding almost Jr.sur mountab'e constitutional objections, forth'- tesources of cur constitutional lawyers for interpretation an." limit? less, particularly when they areaoper induccd by the opportunity for well earnej feoa. Can Hop? for a Little Progress. All we can hope for is a little pro? gress We must go on with our work of spreading the tight. For the pres? ent let us Le satisfied with the estab? lishing some semblance of the justice ? Ii eh is demanded by such disasters ts^pis most ricent one at Cherry, e John Mitchell also spoke, saying the natural conditions in this country of mining are more safe than in Kun pe, but that nearly five men out of every thousand ?mtloyees are kill? ed annually, whereas, in Belgium, Knzland. and Oer ma ay. the average is about one to a thousand. Lawyers Get Most of IL Gi urge M. GIlRtt, of Minneapolis, discreving tho present liability laws. ,ai,i that 'the modern damage suit is the most disturb its. expensive and vicious I'liasc of cur Industrial srs tem." it- sdd?d "More than half of the millions annually spent for the relief of damaged workmen roes to the law yew, sad the workman themselves ?t t i nlv Jo or per cent of the to? tal - WORKMAN KILLED BY COLLLAPSING BUILDING New Guano Factory at Wilson, H. C Falle?Property Loss Twenty Thousand Do'l are. I By Associated Preea.1 ?. VLKICH N C. Nov. K?Om* wotkman wae killed, two crippled 4ti? three ethers were slightly bruised *T the c-Oapee < f a fresse stood are he laf erected for a gnaao factory at Wilroa. X. C, this afleraooa. The toad maa. h b Tyler, was mixing cement and was struck by falltag timbers. b*s brains being dashed ee*. The injtir'd are: Juntos Woodward. Tom Bellamy, both c< Vred. sad Fran* Hatte. George Farmer, sad fhsehrjet MefUel. fHt. Two huadred thoaeand feet of 'am? ber was rendered es risse la 'he eraeh. TL* loss to the Cvmentsusi Guano Com pen y. wbleh wee dMMH the balldtrg. Is esttmsted at %t**m.