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only newspaper published Newport News that receives t full news service of the As; ciated Press. VOL. XV. NO. 234. REBEL CONTROL After Hundreds are Killed in Kierce Battle in Streets of Lisbon Rovokitioni&ts Cap? ture Capital. NEW FLAGS ARE FLYING FROM PUBLIC BUILDINGS King Manuel and Queen Mother Flee from Palace and Take Refuge Twen? ty-three Miles from the City?Offi? cers Are Chosen and Provisional Government is Formed?Quiet Again Restored. (Pry Aiuik'latcd Press! MBSON. Ort E. -The capita! if now completely in the hands of Use republicans who have formed a pro? visional government, with Thenpiuu Hraga as president. A new national flag of red and green is flying over all the public buildings, inclining the own hall. King Manuel, with the mice mother. Amelia, and his grandmother, the Queen Dowager Matia Pia. has taken refuge at Mafra, ^.j miles from Lis? bon. Already the Spanish minister, in full uniform, has called to pay his re? spects to the republican leaders. It is impossible to estima'e tne number of those killed or wounded in yesterdays fighting, hut it is expecteu to reach several hundred. The city has been considerably dam. aged by the bombardment of the in? surgent warships. The buildings oc? cupied by the ministerieg around The Preca Po fommere o and the Noocssi dadex palace were made the particu? lar targets of ike sh<-!|g from the waj ships, and today show the effecf? by broken walls and turrets. Th tower of the church aParhed to tne pahce, was demolished. Banks Are Guarded. Thus far. however, no attacks nave been made ujicn private projwrtv an ' It is reported that the banks are be? ing guarded by blue 'ack- ts. No news has been received from the provinces, as communication has largely tieen or off and dispalrhc" and messages of all kinds have been All through the night artillery and rifle fire was incessant and towards Uawn increased in intensity. At It o'clock last night insurgents encamped rn the heights of Avenda. tried to force their wav o the cen? ter of the city, but were driven hack by the loyal ticops As the lat'er passed the lrTracks of the first ar? tillery they discovered ' hat it was in the hands of rebel civilians. They charge,) ii|>o>n 'he civilians and dls iodced them wjth rons'derabic I's ? to the rebels. Fight in Dark Streets. The night firing was carreid on In complete da'kress. the electric light s having foiled The insurgents were lerf by the retired Adm'ral Carlos R"?s Their forces were greatly augmented by desertions from among the mon? archists and they sti-<??ed?d eventual ly in getting control of the rt'y The inhabitants todav are patadinc the streets, most of ?hem with rflos in their hands, singing 'he Portuguese Marseillaise, which has now become the national anthem Red cross am ?bulances and parties, police and n;e ? from the Urc brigade are palroll nT the streets and removing the dc*d and wounded Fl*4s Torr Down. The revolutionbf< raided all build Ings wheh flew the itr| flag and tore down the emMems cf the nv-narrm The warships greeted he hoisting of the republican flag with saliitea EUsWo lje?o. the rer-iiblican barter made a speer-h fiom the halcon- of th? town hall saying ?hat h? eatn??f ed the policing of the cfv and 'he maintenance of order -< ?h?' ???(? of the cltir?w "Re-pert all pi M ? and private prop* rt\ he ?-i<lalmrd. ? ?nd the lite of all [XTSOTtji ?hoever the. nitt be The republic is generoo;, and tnag nan'mows " Th*" hna> crowd ?b*t had gather 04 ?rotuwi ?he hnlld ng cherred Ih* apeafce? franti'-allr Pop" Show Cfnp^sure - \'..ta ilhrtaiiding 'he thrilling event? of the pest two davs the people are ?jew showing compos ir?\ and I? 5?m? likely that order ,n ihr city of Lisbon w<miI:| be maintained. It is rumored that General Gorjav who MUMM the defending forces, enmmi'ted suicide wh< n lie saw ih n the fall of the palace M| inevitihlc The prov sion:'l government 19 composed as follows; PtWU lent, Thoophie Itntga: lirnisle; of Justice. Alfonso O'sta; minister of foreign ar lairs, Hernadjno Maehado; minster of finance, Hazillio Teles; minister Ol public works. Antonio l.iii/ Come/: min Itar of war, Colone! Harre to; mm ister of marine, Amaru A/ovado QO me/; minister of the hflhtlw, AjltOatO A!me<la; civil go\enter or Lisbon, l.'usb o U M SPAIN HURRIS WARSHIPS TO PORTUGUESE CAPITAL MAHUiD, Oct. ?.?The gpaaiafe go. eminent has dis|iai tied automobile? I to Portugal and bns also sent wai .-h |'s in an effort to le?m the e\ !> sitmtion in that cowiry. The >'-s I atches received here Ironi ilie l u of the trouble are c?jnlli< t M%, Ml all agree that a flo c, IIIJIJC Til 111 look place iH'twecn tit- revoking ;iti men s ?ii(i the royalis'The Portu? guese government, as aoou -\~ A icain ed the extent of the rising, dsodec that It would be ssiest to have K''b': Manuel leave the palace. Hot* tuc? king and the queen mother showed calmness in the face of 'he <;rc' f ca? lamity to the monarchy. 1-ate official advices from I.isbcn. by way of the frontier, are to the effect that tne gieater part of the army remained far hiul to the king. Communication w th I.is:?on from outlying districts, however, has been impossible as the revolutionists cut all the bridges and blocked the h'si: ways in order to prevent the advance of the troops hurrying to 'ho succor of the king. Nevertheless, the gar? rison at Oporto is prepared to leave for the capital on a moment's notice. Certain That King is Safe. Prenii'-r C'analeja sad tonight "hat he wss ignorant of the whereabouts of King Manuel but was certain that he was safe a:id possibly on his way to Gibraltar in an English warship. To add to the coufusing report* con? cerning King Manuel it was stated it the Portuguese legation tonight that the king was ?hoard a liraziuan (Continued on Third Tage.) mors escort killed ! _ Henrico County Policeman Shoots Painter to Death. _ HIS QUESTION IS RtStNlED 1 Officer Asks Young Couple What They Are Doing Out at Late Hour of Night and is Knoc; eii Down by the Man?Woman's Story of Tragedy. ,' RICHMOND, VA , Oct. 3 ?Kcscnt i ing the questioning ef County Pol.cc 1 man M. F. I*ury<ar as to wra he an*. '.Miss MaU-l Daniels, 19 years old. o. : North Kighth stnet. weic doing, Jef fie Williams, a ?ugu painter, ased about M years, and living on West Mroarf street, attacked the officer on ; the iloulcvaid ji st outside he Kiir grounds shortly after \a--t midnight ' and was shct and ,nstant!y killed. ! According to the sta'emcnt of Mis" I Daniel, who was a horrified sjiectafor i of the ragedy. the snooting was en? tirely unwarranted. Pc.liceman Pur yeir in tum declare* that al'iicu^n 'he did not intend to kill, he used hU, ?aoai* n ii s< lr defense. Purycar was given a bearing in polife court tbis morning and ?? turned over to the Henrico county authorities 'o await the outccme or an inquest which w II bo held '?? ? Taylor tomorrow rqprmr.g a: in o'clock. Mis* Itaniei told the story of th* shooting She is employed .1? 'h f ir gr-.:ii ?!?. ?Ii.. s?.-. an-, i ?' r-gh was delayed In akinx her deptrtuie Iit bus nes? She left the grounds ac c mpanled by William?, whom she ha? known for som?*hing More tfun a year They mtrsntf lh4 last car nod were walking acr?>*? t<> the <-??-. ?h.-s Mil liam* stoppe* to light a rtxar. At this po.nt a man not in uniform step p?M up and asked what she and M liams were dotng The tone rtnMcv r<d in asking the qu< ?tion wa* offen slvc. Ml*? Daniel nays, and her com pan?ot) rrvnird it. by ?trlkinx man in 'he face The latter fell, and then. rt?ing. drew a .i and IfH fwlew. on* of the ?bot? sirj^V * t I'anwi J^uif ahme the b"iri in??iier a wound whlfh resulted In d*?'h * few mlnnfe? Inter The siory t'>id h-( PoJie?-n??n Piir yrmr correxp?-?d? In the main w|ih ?bat of Mi?. Da?tri It dUfcr? how wy?T. ra detail NEWPORT NE] m FORCE Mil TO MAKE HIM RICH Witnesses Testify gainst Ac ! cust White in the Illinois Bribery Scandal. 1LLL ?F HIS SCHEME TO CAICH L?RIMER - Ycung Lady and Others Relate Plar. 0 Told Them by the Legislator in Hit Attempt to Compel Friends of the Senator to Pay Him Money?Woulf Make t Met for Them. tHy aMMM rr?ss> CHICAGO, II.I.S . Oei. .*? - Whi ther Democrat c Miaoritl Leader l.oe <) Niel Browne, of the Illinois leuis la Hi re, who is under indie m. nt Hi connection with the olectica of Sen? ate r William Loftan is to be a wit ness before the senatorial investigat? ing; committee that is imiuiruig int;. [the elet-ion of Senator i.or mei. wm not finally decHhhl today, it wan ruled, however, that he could not b? J allowed to go on the witness anMsa and answer only certain questions. I Browne and St?te Sena or Job;, ! Rnxierick we:e on the stand for h I few moments today, but on the plea I of Atterney Dawgoii, their eeuna< I ! that he wished to '-outer with ass> j ciate counsel before adf sins hi1 clients what eoutse ?o pursue, the comm ittee reluctantly granted oan sei until omorrow morning to decide his course. Brodetick is un? der ind ctment on the charge or hav I ing bribed State Senator B. W j Holstlaw to voU' for Senator l,orl mer. f!, witiiess-es will then be BB I der the necessity of answering the in ferrogatories cr pleading a e^nst tu ! tional privilege and declining to an iewer on the ground that their wir.ts i nv^ht b,. incriminating. Did.n't Vote for Lorimer. Kepteaentative Dofta&oe, a Demo? crat fron Moomington. testified thti he di<l nci voile for Senator Isirimrr and that he sought t? pfeTcei Lort mer's elect on because he believed that If the si salon harl duj? nrned withort electing a Wnafor. a Demo,-rat mnn I have been elected at t^ aexl session Donahue ^-:id he bad no recollecrior of having said -o Rcpres-ntativ. Groves that he believed money ha'! been used in the ejection of Scn'o ?Lcriuur. although he sa^l rumors of the ':se of rnoncv in that oenno-r.on and in behalf of other Republican? were frequently heard he'ore and ar tcr the el?ejion. Lrdy Tells Her Story Attorn. \ Mar.cey. for the defense, i sumrooned Miss Katharine A. Woe*]* j of Bast ?t. i/?uii?. il>. la rebel teen j tlmony cf RepresentaMvc Ch.r *??* A White. Miss Wucds declaret tn*t m J ?he fall of UM White took her tc dinner and told her hat he was wr;' i ing a history of his |:fc and the s-. eurrcrors in 'hi- leztslatore and ex? pected to make a fortune o?:f of I?. and that I orinier and hi? "hnn^n would have 10 pay him e-nouTh t" keep him for 1 fe ei he wo ild make j It hot fo-r l?rimer and his friends I The witness said that White tow [her that he was going to ran for ieongres'- ard that he had taeal iboo efari n shrditi ?-h.-dli; shrdlu ?rir.1 on his b;s?'-ry }!<? said he did not fe?r results, for he had inlceu'iai friends Her testimony wa? fn d reet ?*?> tradict;o:. to ih?' Write --aid on the stard. Weuld Sv/ear Falsely. W illiam If S< irrt er ?..? (..-??t man ager f.f the Itriggs Hotel, wh h 1? Rrcwn^'s be.^d?jnarter? in Chicago, s-id he h;<r' ?,?>:?: Wh, ' "..r?.,.n that he wrnlrj falf 'v rwra- thai bo hart he? n t '::>ed ?.- <o-c r-T S^ratir l?roj mer and ?0 ?nii'! S~-ator t/wlaaer and Ma frW?i?s to ear'eh hies. The i'w.p ?h, m Tf *, was <n 'he pt.- enr- .f himself. \\ f?|t? and a fiarHins imn. Kred Zeetner v.tnrmrr '? - '?? ' h*: Wh te ?v drenh at the fisse a ad that Xe*t T>? r hn* b?T. drink ir 7 all tne ?.Ten? hefore the alleged threat of Whft' ?> ma?*c Trert 7entner rclM?v| the ?asav fir nitnr^iiT? and eenTersa?ioa U. ? Guobnata at Genoa. <rtr ?"???bM ri BSt r;KNO\ <ic' 'V-The CnH^? Pi?v. srne.hoafa Pr'rel and Wh^lnt BTTiT^-. here frow |V)rt ?M f kf fiel d tb?-? win rewah? a wreh a' |H PM eob *a owh red to I. show II ? Arm-kaa ia'ereata CLERK IS ARRESTED UN JHARGE OF PERJURY Chicago Man I? Accused of Swearing Falsely In Invest gation of Eu? ferine Business. (Ry Aasoci.iti d Preael CHICAGO, ill. <K' Krank 11. Harding, cashier and i In. i clerk for the William J. Moxley Company, Inc. niannfacturers of butterlae, was in dieted today on a charge of perjaijtj t?J a federal grand jury. The aliased ? iu rjury is said to have bean commit lad by Harding while testifying ba line the grand jury aboul liie bttal uess methods of th< ??? mpaay. Con uresstnan William I Moxley, a poUtl-l tal associate of S< naioi Lorimi r. is head of the concern ? Hardiaa, was arrested and takaa before a federal .itntsaioner. Ha i-ave bond for f ?.1 and was re ii ascd. Itistrict Attorney Sims has been in-; realigatinc alleged Illegal coloring of in itation Ihittcr fur many weeks. The' n vest igat ion was sta: cd on allega? tions thnt the national government had been ? heated out of !ar?o sum ?? in taxes by the fraudulent use of the! government label. WOUNDS OFFiCERS AND TAKES HIS OWN LIFE Florida Man Resists Arrest and Soldiers are Called to Make Capture. (fey Aaaocutr.i Pres?) oca la. FLA., Oet - After fatally j v minding Deputy Bheriff Hudson and | ex-SheriB Gordon while barricaded in i b!i home in the suburbs of OcaJa to-, day, William Sumnierlin placed thej DMisslo of a rifle in his mouth and, Idew his bead off. lor three hours Summerlin resist? ed the efforts of members of the po? lice department and sheriff's deputies to arrest him, firing on every person in sight. The Oca la Rifles were call? ed out and surrounded the house. Shortly after nightfall the cordon closed in. the door broken down, and Siimmerlln's body was found on the Beef with half his head blown off. Karly in Ike afternoon Deputy Start! Hudson wont to Summerlin's home to serve a warrant for a ansagt offense. Sumtiurlin warned the att> ?ir not to come into his yard, and vtasl Hudson started in he was shot down. Sheriff Gordon hearing the shot, went to the assistance of Hud sen. While bending over the pros nate form of the deputy. Gordon traf shot down anil probably fatally wo'inded. Summcrlin se? ured tta rifle carried by Iieputy Hudson Ifar t ieading hitns? !f again be offered stubborn resistance to arrest. A large crowd quickly gathered, keeping a sate distance. A guard was thrown around the house and several volleys were j>oured into it but Summci liu had already kill"d him self. The two wout led officers were ho.' ri? d to a km] hospital where, after at. examination their condition was pronounced critical. HOC ?ITH KM ELECTED GOVERNOR Serious Disaffection is Shown in Georgia Democracy m State Election. fRv T- nl?<< It?p* < Atlanta c.v. Oct. K, Batet Smith was today elected to serve a second tcim a- governor of Georgia incomplete r<'-iriis indicate >-ia< Gov? ernor Joseph M i'.rown. who was de ft at cd for the c bernatoriai nomina? tion in the Augost fiemoeratic pri mary and whose name was today pla<cd before tne voters as an ind" pendent Demo? raiic candidate, p.-ob ! ably rcteived a majority of votes cast I in two off erxin'ies of tin State. 1 All ot t;:e re:- mt Democratic notr. r - i . a.id county r??r,ci I were cleetod. the- vote for the Social ist tick? t twin.- ;r.r onscouciitial. Thr, e cmstl- oioaal smrtidirciN I w? re apparent!; adopt:tl line nf I them irov'-dcs tha' cotmfic-s tnav b"wt taxes In biKh schools, th" lot turn bring local in cfWt The iMa#Hakm la the f^orcia i l"errorra< ? tr?n-.tr?te4 In the on.uro i ' i.n to '!?? r- : l nominee for rnv j ernor. was the m<>?t actio?* In nim otr? and r<?'i|od in today's vote be irg min h largi f 'hen that normally ; - !|. <| .-; x 1 '?I'f'i'-I. Thomas K v < bo^r r-oo^'r Vf DaffV. w' nt for fleMth by a vote of nearly 2 to 1 Gr*" l?? , ?-.. w huh. 'e'r.rnT I jte-ar Mtf 'TOBER G, 1010._ RICHMOND MAYQfl INAIRSHIPAGGIDENT Ralph Johnstom-'s Aeroplanel Falls 1 hiny Feet at the State Fair oroiinds. NEITHER 1HE AVIA1UR NOR RICHARDSON HURI City'6 Chief Executive Touches W.re end Cut? Off Current When He v\ '.<?'. Hit Hand to Crowd Below and M.-.tliine Drops to the Earth? Witnessed by 50,0*0 People. * (fly Amern l.iI'd Pr. ?i"1 RICHMOND. VA. Oct. 5?After; ?flMar b.B usual highly stic-ivufut flight ?Ith his Wiight aerepiauo at the State fair, here, this afternoon, Ralph .I'll nsiofu-. the aviatoi, under took to make a short flight with May or k akardaM as a aaaaaacar when. ;:fter rising alKitif fifty feet from he ground and a"iag | short distance, the tlyiiit machine suddenly fell from a height of thirty feet to the ratth anrt was teni|>orarlly put out of commit* sion by a small breakage, tiiough nej her I he mayor nor Mr. Johnstonc was hurt. It is s'iil that the mayor, in wav? ing his hand to the crowd, touched a certain wire and thus MM off the rurrent from the motor. Those in charge of the aeropla.ir I say it will be repaired during tonlgh' i and tomorrow morning and will be ready for The flight scheduled for to? morrow afternoon. It U estimnted that st least tiny I thousand jn-ople saw the flight 'c lay. JOllGHESliS FOR U I. ELEVEN Local Boy's long Run is Fea? ture o* Game?"Techs" Win Easily, 1610 6. tRy A*?"clarrd Pr?*?.? I'.I.M KSItl I?;. VA.. Oct. 5.?A ?(>?!( hdown BJ the visitors on a fuin ble carl) in the first quarter, and a i.o: il thrie tout lidowns and a goal for the 't i is with a final score of 16 to ?? in favor of the latter, tells Uta atorj < f a hotly contested game here tin- afteTWKM in which Virginia Polyteihfie Institute W'ped out th? ir defeat of three yean ago by David son College. With the ball on David sotTs five yard line tin home team lost a i banco to s<ore in the first quarter. Hughes, quarterback, was the star for the Techs, his run be? ing the ft atiire of the game. Virginia worked the forward pass several The Iliivli's referr<-U to in tha forcirojng dispatcn is John flughea. the son <if J. W. liughi-s. of ZIS J?nrty fifth siieet. Hughes was the star for V I' 1 last season, his phr nominal < |ien fii Id running several hard fought games. At Philadelphia - Pennsylvania. 17; Kranklin *- Marshall. <t At Princeton Princeton. 3?; Villa Nova. n. A? Pn v.denie Brown, ?; Rhode I?!srd State. ?. At Kxet.r. N. II Philips Kxcter f: Bates, fi At ''?'lisie Carlisle Indians. 24: IMeklnsnn. ??. At Washington -Georgetown. 27; Washington t'ollege. Cbcatertowo. Md . ?i. SERVES PRISON TERM; BUTT AGAIN ARRESTED Former Portsmouth Bank Cash? ier Leavrs Penitentiary to Face Charges at Home. RICHMOND. VA, Oet .",?A. f> But', former!* <ok+r ot the pcoplep llank >-t portsmo???h. Va . *>? re (eaeea from ttw sate pei?tientiar< N ? thi. it rntt g on ? .triplet -.. te,m of imprisonment f r embenitnc funds ?f ihe hank an,| ttv imrnetiwe Yf re-?rrv"'trd and wn , 'aV,r. Pnr'. Too ith tb s afternoon on warrant" charging l,im aiifc mtimfajreawiat in? sconev betonnng to .l??i?.?|f<ir? In tu? rvrotc* Rank As mtttr as aBafoea Inda lawau have tfn pending agatwR* h*a saaee ale tttrawc?T?:h>a la s* wo? Inc RUSSIA LEADS WORLD IN LEGAL EXECUTIONS Interest ng Stat ?.?!,.? Ar? Qiven at Meeting of the International Prison Congress. (Hy AsM>. lat<(j PressV W VSHINtlTON. I) C Oil. 3. Russia Is far behind oilier civilised countries of the world in the matter of dec-reusing the uumlier of death sentence*, aei-orduig to aUflstlcs g v en Ii ?M International Prison UM> greis a it? sctslon today by or Fted? rick H, Wine*, of Philade?hiii. "In no ei ulilry docs :he fr"u.uclic\ and enormous uumlier of execution . vi te sin h honor as ,n Russia,'' said Dr. Wines. "Nowhere eis? is there waged ho determined ami unceasing war .igainsi the employment of capital pcnisnmeni for the suppiesslon if crime. Th.s i* th,. nmre worthy of remark in view of the fact of the pet-al cede Ilm. r ita ap|il|cation to isilit ml offend) And yet in virtue >f the system which offences n.:t isilitical can M punished by inarit nl 'aw. even In tinio of peace, the numbi'r of eocuttoue s duly extraordinn/y. ' The official stall..'us show that .n Itfbti-laOH 2.1'tR persons were legally executed, so at 'eai| It Is stated, in one of the mauus " ipt repot ts pla? in my hands." Struck by Auto KfCHMOND. VA. Oct. It?a. n Krlttain. an aged inmate of the Sol? diers' Home, lies at the city home hospital, probably fatally Injured, as a result of being struck by an auto iroblle. the occupants of which are not known to the |>ollce. Mr. Hrltiain was struck while on his way home from the Fair grounds shortly after 10 o'clock last night. Ills lower right Jaw bone was frae tured and one of his legs was bioken. "Regular" Democrats Meet Today ilty Amk"' in-il If**) NASIIVILLK. TKNN, Oct. 5?The convention of "regi-lar,' or hariiion? Democrats meets tere. tomorrow "oi the purpose of nominating a Candi? da? tor governor and a Candidas for state railroad comraiss.c.ner tor western Tennessee. Logo numbers of delegates have neen appointed in the various count is. COMBINES"NQf LAWLESS Railroad President Addresses Farmers of Oklahoma. SC'JRES NEW NATIONALISM B F. Yoakum Speaks On Subject of "Wagon Roads and Railroads" and Tells of the Necessity of Organiza? tion?Farmers Forming Trusts. * By Associated Press) OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.. OcL S. --Characterising the commercial de veiopment of the country through the Improvement of railroads and wagon roads as the "new industrialism." B. V Yoaknm. chairman of the St. Louis ! It San Francisco Railroad Company, spoke on the subject of "Wagon Roads and Railroads" at tbe state fair hen- today. That 'New Nationalism" is not need, d in deal with the "New Indus? trialism" was his declaration. He said that the founders of this gov? ernment naturally could have no con crption of ihe vast Interstate cm rrerce which would move over 23-Vn*.? miles >f railroad, instead of the little which then dragged over a few miles of bad wagon roads, but he insisted that this was no reason why this new development should be treated in any sense lawless, aor Is there any reason for attempting to arrest L because ;t requires a readjustment o| federal and state jurisdiction. As the commerce between states expand fd and as transportation waa ex? it nded. a far r? i lt:lerdei>enden? created, and this most be subjected to some system of law. "But after all." said Mr. Yoakum. this :hinK called Interstate and railroads represent the very vltaJa of our aaiional proa-res*, and tbe vary health and wealth of oar pi*: and the people of ?1 ir stead of being aronsed by d<stroy them, should be . l i:r!oe w! rfSe,|?Von to way to ..rr.mote them and at tbe same titre fairly regnlate Means Crusade "The ?ts'e? and law the resist lew. fort* of it no ne, the states and the pee* pie m the ?ist?-? in one bond of are t:.aJ interest, have been weMed tnt? an industrial a bole, and a rnwii? against one class Is ? rntaade against ?ft cfaaaca. This Is tbe New Indus H'oa'iB'M-ti cm Foartg rag- ? . THE WEATHE?. reaalng cloudine*? with ' :r? by Thursday night and I itay; cooler Friday; mod ?outh wind?. PRICE TWO CENTS. REFUSE TO ENDORSE New York Independence Lea gue Decides to Make Straight out Fight in Election, HOPPLR ANJ HtARST ARE NAMED TO LEAD BATTLE Direct Fight I? to be Made Agaln?t the DemocraU In State?Platform Declare* for Initiative and Referen? dum, Direct Primary, Municipal Ownership and Woman Suffrage. (Py Asaoci.it e.i trete) NKW YORK. Oct. 6.?Contrary to the wishes of Clarence J. Sbearn, one of W It. Hearst's chief licutesv ai:ts, the lii'teiwndence league hero rated early this morning to put a stralKlu UcJtet in the field and not tc endorse the Kepubllcan ticket aa bad heea pro|>osed. The vote was 21! In favor of a straight ticket, aa against 34 for an endorsement of tbo Republicans. .lohn J. I topper, s?at" chairman of the ksagtsa, and W. R. Hearst were duly chosen to lead the t: !.et respec? tively for governor and ocutenant |OTt rnor and the convention adjourn? ed until Friday evening to give time for a discussion as to the rem- mler of the ticket. The convention organised dur.ug the afternoon and then adjourned un? til tonight, when permanent officers v. ere chosen and the platform adopt? ed. Temporary Secretary Buchanan announced early In the evening that Mr. Hopper would be nominated for governor and Mr. Hearst for lieuten? ant governor. Fight la Begun. After the platform was adopted Mr. Siiearn introduced a resolution that the convention debate and decide whether to nominate a straight Inde? pendence League ticket or to endorse the Republican ticket. This caused confusion among the delegates. A toll call was asked on the question ! oi nominating a straight ticket and 'there were cries for the motion to bo ' put. The disorder continued until lliv. Ivan Merlin Jones, of Syracuse, begged the convention to help the up-state iieople defeat the Democratic ticket, lie was cheered when he clos? ed by saying he believed the best way to do it was by nominating a straight ticket. Jami i A Allen, of New York, made the point of order that only regular delegates and alternates should bo allow, i, to vote The chair ruled that this point was well taken and the roll proceed >d with only the regular dele? gates and altematea voting. T. H. O'Loughlin. of Kings county, j placed in nomination for governor ' John F. Hopper, state chairman of I the lea cm . He said Mr. Hearst would pot accept the nomination for gover? nor, but would take the nomination for second place on the ticket. Platform Declarations. The platform declares that it is the ??my of the league "In the Interest of honesty and public decency to deal a crushing blow to Murphy's scheme to Tammanyize New Vnrk state." ft declares for direct nominations, the Initiative and referendum; tbo light to rteali public officials from pi blic place; popular election of Unit? ed States senators. Continuing the platform aaya: ' We call for a new and immediate vote In the legislature upon the la? te me tax. "We call for a progressive Inheri? tance tax to be shared between too states and the national government. We tall for constitutional amend? ments which will permit the muntct pal ownership and operation of all municipal utilities "We favor the submission to the voters of the state of a constitutional amendment guaranteeing suffrage to the women of New York." CHANGES IN FLEETS. ! SnrKf to be Made |R Commander? And Divisions. ? By Attsoctate? Proas) W VSHINC.TON. I> C . Ort 3 - 1 Several changes Id the format .on at the Atlantic and PaiiBr fleet* ; not of the recent snlfia commanding ameer, . today Effertive Ortob*r 20 the j e?U third dtv.sk-n of Be At knot tc Seat ! win aornme Use new aawtk e?r??as*a i a no the pteseni fourth division net become the new third Th* will make Rear Admral gvBroeoOr pom? aernvchlefi. I rat division. Vreetaao. second Maroork. third, aad Moara-d, nvurtn NKW V.M.K . * Tire ofn I aatocsobtie heavywetefct i tu- Sfeeepaken?- ft*? tract am Oe*?