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uniy newspaper published I Newport Naws that receives t( full news service of the Am elated Pres?. VOL. XV. 'NO. 265. AMERICAN FLAG IS PULLED DOWN AND SPIT UPON United States Citizens are, Insulted and Attacked in Streets of Mexico % * City. __?____ j TROUBLE ARISES FROM LYNCHING IN TEXAS! Newspaper Comments In His Home Country On the Mexican Being Re? cently Burned at Stake In Rock Springs, Precipitates Serious Riot? ing and Stars and Stripes Ar* Torn and Trampled Upon. in? Associated Pr<ian MKXICO CITY, Nov. !>. - Through insults to the American flan and as Malta made openly upon American citizens in the streets, the ami \mer ii an J?monstration which began last DtgM with the stoning of the Mexi? can Herald offices. deveIoi>ed this af? ternoon into an affair of national im? portance. A vigorous protest was registered by the American ambassa? dor with the Mexican department of foreign relations and at the same time the facts were telegraphed to Wash? ington and instructions asked for. Tonight the attacks were renewed. Windows in a dozen American busi? ness places were smashed. AI! about town shutters were hurriedly drawn and establishments closed. Forces of poii-e appeared in the streets nn>; kept the crowds moving. Tear Down U. S. Flag. While the police looked on and sei mindly made no effort to prevent II. an American flag, floating in front of a candy store in the business quar? ter, was torn down this afternoon by several hundred medical students and others, who trampled and spat cm the stars .tnd atripes. The mob then tore the flag to tatters. Photographs were; taken of the flag desocrators before, the officers of the Diaro Del Hogar. a Mexican newspaper, showing many I individuals waving bits of the torn I American flag. - ,J ' The Demonstration today was a con ) tinuation of the affair of l&st night; caused by antipathy aroused among the people by- the burning at the' stake of Antonio Rodriguez, at Rock Springs. Texas, on November 3. Publication today by several Mexi-' Van papers" of violent attacks on j Americans !ast night tended to In-; cense the medical students, who were the promoters or last night's demon st rat ion. Violent Expreasions. ? )iario Del Hogar was narticu-? larly violent in the expressions of i animosity toward the ]>eople of the; Vnit<vl Sir- characterizing them j as "giants of the dollar, pigmies o* ; culture and barbarious whites of the! north" and asking ;j?hene is the' boasted Yankee civilization?" Foreign Minister Creel said to N . porters tonight every effort would he ? made to punish those guilty of AtffeTinj insult to the American flag. Protest at Washington. WASHINGTON", D. C, N<-'t. :?? Protesting vigorously on behalfaWthej Mexican government. Seni?r Ha Ia j Karra, ambassador to the* United I State from Mexico. pres."n'ed a claim for reparation to the ?t?te depart? ment todav bcransf of the lynching of 'Antonio Rodriguez at Rock Springs. Texas, on November :; Rodriguez, who wag a Mexican ci? iien. confessed to the murder of lira I>em Henderson at Rock Springs and was Burned at the stake. 8?-nor De la Harra had a kaigfh? conference with Alrey A. Adea^ec ond assistant secretary of staiff I? which he waa aasnred that the Cnited States woold do ererx thing possible to apprehend the guilty pensoaw. Only saeagre dealls hare reached the state department front iXaa ahount the lynching, hut the nffljrtal* today telegraphed to Governor Caeap ben. of Texas, to Investigate the caae and to take the proper atepa to pan ish the offenders. SPEEDY UM ARE MADE AT BALTIMORE Good Tirm is Made by AvinV tors in Jross-Country Evrnt. . ft WagaaaS pr?ssn . RAt/TIMORR. Hit Sot ?.? A Mantifal day. with A*m\ i ? drtinna for flla-ht. Ihbi afternoon raarnrdaaf those who have in'i?tii.? ?arted ?aaee the formal ngaahvt of the RnbinsnrwI aviarhm taeat a week agn yoafrdar j Ta* w??d mm at a?. .,mr high ennaghj _ I to interfere with night?. The rexutt I was a aerie* of flight* totally eclips? ing in interest anything yet seen in Baltimore. save 1-atnanr? wonderful fflRht over the city 011 Monday. The audit nee saw in action today every iyj>*- of ucroplane now on the grounds. Archibald Hoxaey opened the entertainment m a Wright bi? plane. Hubert l.ri m showed his An? toinette at Its beat. Count Jacques De l*ee>^ps, J. Armstrong Drcxel and James Radley were our in their Werl ots. and Willanl and Kly showed something of what the Curtlss bi? planes ran do. i There Sere three cross-country flights to*Kort Carroll and return. The fort is a massive granite struc? ture in the Fa'apaeo river, below the entrance to Baltimore's harbor, about! nine miles from the aviation flcld. Latham mado the firat flight in 2X minutes .".8 seconds. De I^osBeps bet? tered ihin. hiv time being 2f> minutes, 18 aeconds. Hut it remained for Drex el to make the fa'test (rip, he cov? ering the distance in 211 ininulCM. 34 4-5 aeconds. Hoxaey made a High' for altitude in an endeavor to %tln the |2."uo prize, offered by the Amer? ican and the Star to the first aviator to reach, during this meet, a height of ten thousand feet or more above the earth. He was in the biplane in which Johnstone sailed skyward over 9.700 feet, making a world's record, but today Hoxaey scored only 5.336 fe?t. BEGINS LOVINGSTON PROBE, j To Investigate the Liberation of John Moore from Jail. LYNCHUPRO. Nov. 9?A special term of the circuit court of Nelson county began this morning In Lovings ton. Judge Gordan has had a special grand jury empannelled to investi? gate the recent liberation from Liv? ingston Jail of John Moore, under sentence of death for the murder of Prank Howl. In charging the jury, which is com? posed of responsible citisens. Judge Gordan declared the act was without precedent and was committed by a lawless and criminal 'nob. The grand jury will be In session several day.1 as about a hundred wit? nesses are to be examined Clark Pledges Low Tariff. (My Associated Pres*) ROWLING GREEN. KY.. Nov. 9 ? Downward revision of the-tariff at once is the pledge made for the new Democratk' house of representatives by Ch?rop Clark, congressman from the Ninth distric'. who is a candidate for the apeakership, STINGER LOSES IN RACE Favorite Finises Poor Third at Jimestowp. EL 0R0 COM-S OUT STAR Captures First Money in Most Excit? ing Event of the Day?Flight in Airship on Card For Today?Sum? mary of Races?Entries For TodJy. (By As*vi?tril Pr??r; NORFOLK. VA. Nov. 9.?Richard T. Wilson's j-vear-oid Onager showed this afternoon at Jamratrwo that he has returned to the form he dis? played at Belmon? Park early ' last spring. !>> defeating tb,? two best , yci ngsters at the track and clipping a fifth of a second from ihe track record Onager ran the five and one half furlongs in 1:06 M and won comfortably at the end from Martin W. Littleton. The favorite for He race. Stinger, could not follow ho stiff pace yet and finished ?C poor third. The Bjw>rt was about the host of the meeting from a spectacular point, finish's being elf >-e in a num!?cr of erents The most exciting race of the afl ernoon ccciirred in the ihlrd. when Kl Ore. after having bee* apparently bsatec. came with a rattle and took first money from Campaigner. Annie Sellers. Mon Ami and Firewood wor? th*- surprise* of the day In connection with the race tomor? row. Maawrer Levy has rages ' "Rod ' Mars the aviator, to give an exhibition in his flying machine Mars will be matched hi h> tyleg machine against a r>T horse. Mr Sinthern Bay, ' ti . arn?rd the tra~k He wlli also fsjskc an "*on to break the hirh altitnde record. The attendance lodav was large Urn Race?Two saw a-ycer-okl nveidrns six fnrlorga Aame Seiler?. 97 fLaaiurS te l. evfle. owl. won: Patrick 8. 97 (McCakefl. S to 1. t to' I. 4 to I. swened: , Wrap. *7 ?Urrnl?. 7 to 1?. or*, third Thaw |:RM Supervisor. O 0 Rust er. Alice Vir xtnia and fard ff also ran. Second Race?Two-, w ?M?, sad upwards Arc ard oe?> half ferlowgv Owagrr. lie (GoldatHa). I to I 7 to 1? "ot. ?oa. Msrtm w IJt'Vlow. Ill fMrftWo. .*. m? I. eera. owt} sec owd Sthager. Ml (Decani l to 2. 1 to ?.. eut. third The*, t :?MI fl-S. ( ip ?tse also ran Third Ra~- Thr?n-year-?dd* end ?awards, ?eilrag. owe mit? Id Ore. (Oaflnwd nw Tag? ?Vir) Will Have Majority of Thirty in National House of Rep? resentative!. CLEAN SWEEP IS MADE IN STATE OK INDIANA Beveridge Will Be Succeeded by a Democrat in the United States Sen? ate and the Legislature Is Taken j From- Republicana. Who Retain One j Congressman. W (By A?srH-tat?i rri-ssl Thr political iiph.?av.<l of TasjadaJ ?aa followed yesterday by a general arrvey^ of the field, which disc-Iced, with greater detail and precision. Just what results have b."en aicomplifaed. Latest calculations on the national house of representatives, baaed on complete l>Ut unoBlcial returns, show that the Democrats will have a saf.? working raajorltv of 30. The cutcjn?e of the I'nitcd States senate is nov? definitely settled. The Republicans ar- assayed of IK new senators, which, with "A hold-over sen. ators, gives them a total of f>n. The Democrats are assured of If new sen? ators, which, with 25 hold-overs, gh-es hem a total of 40. Two senators!)ips ar.? still in doubt, namely, the suc? cessor of the late Mr. Dolliver, in Iowa, and of Mr. Carter, in Montana, where there is prdspect of a tie. Majority in Senate. These determined totals, however, leave a Republican majority in the senate as follows: To'al membership, 92: necessary to majority, 47; .Republicans, 50, doubt? ful. 2. ? The 16 Republican senators consid? ered assured are: California. Connecticut. Delaware. Massachusetts. Minnesota. Michigan. Nevada, North Dakota f*>, Pennsyl? vania^ Rhode Island, Utah. Vermont, Washington. Wisconsin and Wyoming. The 15 rv>irccratlc senators consid? ered assured are from Florida. Indi? ana. Maine, Maryland. MismjHrl, Mia atrrlppl Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio?!Tennessee, Tcjcss, Vir? ginia and \\v-st Virginia. Governor's Elected. A summary of the ropiest far gov? ernorship shows the following Demo? cratic governors etageaat, with the a? proximate pluralities: New York?Dix. ?ft>nn. New Jersey?Wilson. ::n,ooo. Connecticut?Baldwin. 3.5,M'. Massachusetts?Fobs. :;2,i?On. Ohii?Harnann. 6<>,0im>. Oklahoma?Cntce. ?. Oresjca?West. ?. Wyoming?Car-y, ? .Mibatna?O'Neal. jrt.noo. 8nuth Carolina?Blease. SO.ttV. ?Texas-s-Colquit. ?. North Dakota?Burke. :;.tvtt? TK" Republican governors elee'ed. with approximate pluralities: ivrtnsy!?ania - Toner. 2n.i|Oo. New Hampshire?Bass. 7.ooo. Uhode Island?Pot hier, 900. Iowa?Carroll. Ht.non. Kansa??atchbs. ,r..?hm? Michigan? Osborne. to.ono. Minnesota?Kherhart. 50iHio. Nebraska? A Id rich. :,.ooo. South Dakota?Veseey. 12,00". Wisconsin?MoGovern..?. California?Johnson, 25,'JO". V-rsrta?Oddie. ?. Wnneseec?Hooper (Fusionist). 12, M9. * Th?- governorships in two states are not vet reported being be\ond ?I Miiit, namely, Colorado and Idaho Com pie* ion o' Congress. CHICAGO. ILL.. Not 9. -8lxty-.ee-j ond congress Denvwrsn elected 22*".. Republicans ejected. IM. P ?? ?*'>-'- elected. I Total. 3?! m Majority ol house, m. I>emo*-ratlc majority In bmme. 3?. <"os?p4e*e returns or. the r!e*-ilon of repre^eaaarrves in oonrre^s indba'r 'h?! the Istnumrats will have a**"r? log majority of 3% In the nm lo.mr The number AT 1 >? -n w-rats elected ha congress, aecordinc to the tatest rdfl turns, which are nf an unofficial char act er. I< t2*> The Republican reaee ?enla?ion wlli he 1*4 ar ICS. or a seats loss than the Democrats now have In j the 8lxiy-Sret congress. Pennsylvania Osuhtfwl. TV Kleve?? h Pennsylvania dhwrici. whi?h 1s rapreaacted la the Slaty-! ?rat Pennsylvania district, also nor maJly Rerwhtooan k> likewise douM fnl The eavfaar rrfnras Indies id the election nf Robert K. Lee and he Is carried la the laa*t? as represents, rive of thai district, letter return-. however, give his Republican np?r.a eni. Rohan D Heat en. a agkMng < haare and the nnVia: enaat win be neenssaary fs> avterarlae the result Absolute rnaaaleora Is SjS* fsfc Id the ret ?ras far snaae of the Wisconsin dtstrVrta and It Is not Impossible that the ?Weaal ?au res wm chance the total* nf fJk* (?sa panics The Flfia Wlscoawin dbtn-t kj rlsaa a*" try Vtotae U nVrgar. Ssr.hal NEWS,,VA., THURSDAY Ist. Henry K. Cochem*, Hc|itibllcati (aiididatr. dOSS ti?t concede Merger's election anu a recount may be necet sary to decide the election. Gam* Shown. Conan slooal Rains were made by the ltc|Mil)lica*s and Democrats in the ioiu,?ina states ami districts i>eni. Hep Connecticut, 2a*l . 1 Illinois. 6th . 7th . Sib . Ifiih.. 4 Indiana, 6th. .?. 1 Jowa. lad., 4th. .-2 Iowa. Htb. ... ,ki. - 1 Kentucky. ?Jth.,.*. t Maine. 2nd.. 3rd. . S Mat s Und. :trd.. ?th. 8 Mas: at husetta. 3rd. 1 Massachusetts, 14th. 1 Michigan, lac., Mb..2 Missouri. 13th... 14th.. 15th., ! 16th.I. 4 Missouri. 11th. ,. 1 Nevada, at large . - 1 Near Jener, 3rd Ith.. Jth.. 8th. 4 New York. Int.. 3rd.. 4th.. 5th.. 13th., l?'>tli . 17th.. 21st., :?..!!-,.. 27th . 83rd. and "6th. ..12 New Y.#k. 32nd. 1 North Carolina. Sth-. 8th., mill. 3 Ohio. 2nd.. 7th., Ilth., 1Mb., ISth., 1Mb., 21a?. 7 Oklahoma. 3rd.. I Pennsylvania. 5th.. vh . Hlh., 14th., 22nd.. 24th.T. Ii Tenni yIvenia, trat. .*r- , 1 Rhode Island, Ist - ..I West Virginia, tat.. 2nd., 3rd.. 4th. 4 - i Totals .68 fi Net Democratic gians, 52. S , - Indiana Solidly Democratic. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.. Nov ?.?Sen? ator A. J. iteverhsge's hopes for an ether term at Washing on went gllni mering ton'ght when late returns showed conclusively that the Demo? crats yesterday infected a majority of the members <if the Indiana assembly which will meet next January to choose .Mr. Bev-?ridge's successor. Ac? cording to the latest figures, the Dein* ocrats will have a majority of twenty three, .lehn W. Korn was Indorsed i.ist spring bv the I>emocrat8 for Pnlted Stat.?s senator, and in all prob? ability he will become the colleag-io of Senator 8hlvely. also a Democrat. |i is conceded that ifec Democratic state, ticket was -elected by a plural? ity of about i5,"(M). Of the thirteen Indiana congress? men, twelve will he Democrats. Ed? gar Dean Crumpacker. of the Ninth district, was ihj. .only Republican elected.' ' ? For the first time In thirteen years, flu< Democrats have control of every branch of the state government, the two United Sta'."s 'senators and all but one member of the congressional delegation. Oovt-rncr Marshall's term has two yearn to run The next state senate will I? Democrat Is bv ten a?l the hcure Democratic by twenty-two. 1 ne program of Democratic legislation, as. announced in the party's platform, in .sjsdeh repeal of the county opti-m law and the substitution df a J?w provid Ing for city, ward and turaJ township option units. Big Socialist Increase. NSW YORK. Nov. S.?Marked gains *n the Sim iahst vote throughout, the state, are shown in the returns from yesterday's election. Figures available tonight indicate a total vote for Charles Kdward Ruaaell. nominee for governor, of 65.000. which is near-, ly double the !>04 vote of PJ08. In New York city. Kusrell received 27. 230. Most sbjalScant, however, are the increases upstate. Sixty-five HtJrs that gave a vote of 7.8?fl two years ago. show *S<*?\ Una year, in the outlying districts, the gains are espe? cially notable Districts which for merly showed less than inn votes. I his year report frowj 100 to 5.O0. Among the large cities that show sulwtantlal So< lalistir gams are Buf? falo. Schencctadv. Syracuse and Ro? chester. In some iBMancos the In creaseer'are as high as 500 per cent.! La?e Ohio Returns. CLBVKLANP OHIO. Now. 9 ? Fl- | n*t nnoffl? ial ficires on the Ohio elee lions .how f!ia' the Thunorrata hav el. i t. ii y. f,.f _>i cnogrfwsmen Full reports Uvnisht from, the Nineteenth district *how that Representative W.* Anhrey Thomas. Republican, was , defeated by F.. R Bathrk-k. r>emocr?t. toy ljtftn votes In the Twentieth dis? trict Representative Paul Howland Rrmiblicah. wins on taw unofficial At: ores over Wllliasa Gordon. Democrat, toy 54 votes and the Desanrratic com mit tee claims mat the eaVlal canvas will show Oscdoa eW>?-ted. Local Option Wins In Florida. JACKSONYILLK. FLA.. New. ft? With three-foortbe of taw vote .of the ?t?ie he majority acaii:" the |,ropos'-d '-oastitntioaal amend meat prohibiting the sale of latoxlrv lag llotiors (a Florida. hi j.204 This will probably he iacreaeed rather tfaxn diminished, as many ad the ootjoM whh-h were eirwexad to give heavy majorities for the aaaeadsarjst. are gl* lag majorlt ic agalaat h). C 1? Collins, raaaaner of the pro, httoition campaign fat Be* giving an* Bgwrrs. but Is talking of rnatewtinr the rW-.i-.-n Ths total vote wW prohahtv he the larBSSt h* "he hsBteT m the state. exewsSjBBt a* on-. Democrat Leeda to Oregon pnsrri -% vn oa?, jacr^j -co** ?lete r"to'e. frta 9C7. sat* or 9%~, pre rtsjrts in the s'ate at large, and fr?re isrrmi.ln,. rrinrws froan *T oreeswrts. Isar for t? ? ? !*wd of 1.7*2 vote* over Je? Oo* crsjaa, aVssehRraa r, NOVEMBER lO.JOia STUART CONCEDES SLEHPS VICTORY -.? Republican Candidate for Con? gress in Ninth District Wins I Fight by 150 Votes. TWO AMENDMENTS LOSE; | TWO STILL IN DOUBT Stuart's Brothel* DetUi es He Concedes Nothing anrf Still Has Hopes of Democratic Victory by an Official Count?Declares Slemp's Claims Are Too Much?Saundera la Elected. O'y Asstr-iated Prsasi KOANCKK. VA , Nov. ?.?Homy Kluart. Democrat, concedee hit; defeat for congress in the Ninth Virginia dis? trict by liaseoru 8h mp, Rimiblican. by a majoriiv of 16?, basins; als state? ment oh figures at hand. Mr. Stuart's friends do not concede his defeat. The figures show a Democratic Kalo t.f 4,000. ItH'HMDNI). VA . Nov. I Uuturuij from .he vote on the constllutlonal I amendments pro'iosed jn Virginia! have been very meagre tonight. They Information which has) !>.-. n received f increases" the figures against the amendments In every case. The amendments extending leglsla- . tive sessions to ninety days and sim? plifying legislativ? procedure have certainly been defeated. The two wifJj Reference to the -lec? tion of county and city treasurers and commissioners of the revenue are still In doubt, h may take the offi? cial count to determine what their fate has been. In the Fifih district further r?tarne, are also slow about coming In. Dis? patches from Danvilte tonight give (gcreg of ail the counting of the dis? trict, complete, excepting Qrayson and C?rMl which have been only parthil? ly received today. The majorities received up to mid? night ar.-i as follows: Fcr Saiuiders -Danville. 753; Pitt arivania, "Jbi; J/tanklin. ::47; Henry, lit To ai majority. 1X.lv Ft i- pa11ens?Patrick, 3M; Carroll. 921 r.raysun. ">Sf. Total majority. I.T.'li. The un< ompleted rdjphtics are con? servatively estimated and a.declln*-Js BtPl e\].c(' d if there ia any change of figures upon the final returns be? ing reclved. ? t ) Claims For Slemo. BRISTOL. TENS., Nov. ? -At Dk^i o'clock Chairman R. T. Iieine, ofnhe Democratic1 campaign comtnluee ot the Ninth district of Virginia, con? ceded the elect iuri of C. B. 3lem p. Re publican, ever Henry C. 8:uart. on th> lace of the returns. !>> a major? ity of from 2<>?i to ::w The Slemp people claim his cleo Ifcnr by *fii? majority. balnea there are blunders in the returns, Slemp U undoubtedly elected over Stuart after one of the lr tteet fights ever waged. Claims-Victory For Stuart. I BRISTOL, VA.. Nov. !L?After dle laHeaea had I. en natal all over the s'ate bearing a Slemp victory aa *B i ndeniablr fact. John .1. Stuart, broth, er of Henry C. Stuart, the Ninth djs trie! iHin<<raiir landidate, concedes nothing te the enemy, stating as fol? io wa ; ' "W.-? cencide nothing. On the o'her hand, it verv much looks like a fair majority lor" Stuart. Taking Slemp's own tigur> - by which he ciaitnn to tv elected ly a majority of about SM. and | which figures he announced tonight, we find mativ emrs. Slemp's figures show a majority elf 2*0 for him in n un*> while 'he fig ires are that with Wise returns complete, his majority k nnlv 212; TaseweJl by ?41. while there iH bet 384. lee is ciatmod by 17a. and Information. coeaMered hy the Democrats perfectly reliable, shews that I jo- gav.. him but a ma jority of Nl The? claim that he has exage?rated his majorltv in e?h?r counties snd thjt upon Slemp s owe figures smart will hr show* a win y.-r by th" otVsnl rmH." It is reported that ia Saaythe r-taaty list votes will hatag to he throw? otif. and hat m ot tiers illegal voting mar have heemdoee. The Dear"cranj are boss rui tonigbl and feel ahnet as good as the Slemp leaders, who by no tr. an* art rinideat. I think it will nenrnv ?? oshctai count te show who nag realist woa." salt! Joke J. Stuart *1 have heard rumors of Illegal vote* ahlch will he thrown eel and ?ur rr nfltVei that w? have ? fighting chance 7 \< Msnfar Snarl, e prominent Deaa. orrailr leader, wired from R??s*!l ? onniy tonight that Bleean a aaaj-'rlty in Wise Is cdstv H?. aad that he claims ion much m other ronntVs . I7?c Ws^hlng mtkLSS^Ku* F<* Slemw-nWsM- 211. Wide. *??; tm Taju'VYt li. 411, Smy'be, is;., Miami. | 3s; Wytlie. 1; iaje, 178 Total, 1.388 Holland s Majority 4,934. Nt)HKOLK. VA. Nov 8.--Returns] complete fr? m yesterday's rongrea- [ atonal election, uufflortal. show elec lion < f K. K Holland. IVinoerai, over I II 11 Kurable, Republican, by a mfe-j Jorlty e( 4,834. Congi ? si-man Miynard's majority two tears ago over I). Lawn-nee tiro ner. Republican, was t-T-' The Republic*.!! wie In N'oilolk city fell off materially over that ot no years ago. while It gained* in Portsmouth.. Whth all returns at- not yet ill on j the constitutional amendment* voted I for jcutcrday. these have apparently j been defeated In ever> county and j elly Of the Ost OS) ll congressional dia trie' The majorities against the ameiidnvuts, however, vary unite ma tcrially. Amendments Cause Confusion. Lt'RAY. VA. Nov. ;i -Seventy-live l*er cent, of the voters of this coun? ty yesterdiy remained awa> from tlv; polls The vote Is Die smallest ever cast. The campaign was spiritless from the beginning. The entlr? vote of the county was joo short of the vote of Luray precinct. Voting on the various nnie&lmenig to the con? stitution was llnle underatood at country precincts, an.f at others no attention was paid to this feature. Jamea Hay Win* in Seventh. LURAY. VA.. Nov. ?.? Return* are slow coming in. but from fell pre? cincts reported, .'amea Hay, Demo? crat, candidate |M congress, has .*>3I votes In the county: Paul, Insurgent RepuMlian. IIS, and l.upton. R.->ptibh cgn. 1"2. Hay has been elected. The vote cn the amendmeu's to the new'state constilutlan have cut a small figure, and onlv few Veten un dersiood their importance. Fifty-one Killed. (By Associated Press) hK'i.AGCA. COLO, Nov. 8 ? Through two openings, scarcely 2ofJ j yards apart. (he daad and the living j wore -alten .from the Delagua mine of the Victor American Fuel Compauvl at the same time today but the dead I outnumbered the living. Tonight ."ill sre known to be dead while 18 escap | ed alive. Sals Effective January 1. (Ry Associated Press) LYNCHBLRG. VA. Nov. 9 ?The aale of he controlling interest of tue George D. Witt Shoe Company, of] T^nehhurg. which was consummated | last week, will not be effective until j January 1. the old firm continuing The j business imti! that date. METHODISTS ASSEMBLE Virginia Conference is Opened at Richmond. RANDOLPH-MA30N IS UP ~4-~ Reaolution to Settle the Collage Ques? tion Is Introduced by Rev. James Cannon, Jr.?Rev. R. M. Chandler Arks to Be Removed. -w RICHMOND. VA .\..v. ??.?lu1 roduc. tlon o< resolutions by Dr. James Can? non. Jr. urging that "there should be a ;.Ij and final settlement o: what is known gs the Randolph-Mac n qncsitou." formed the leading feature of the opening session of the one hundred and twenty-eighth annual V.r ginia conference, which convened in Centensr, Methodist cbarrb this morning." Bishop Wilson |M-**(dloe Ry unaniBions . nsent. on* motion of Dr. Cannon, th?- matter want ever until in o'clock tomorrow mornixg. when it wlR he taken up as the first order of business Asks To Be Removed Rr-v R. M. Cbsndler. pastor of CUy Stre-t charch, Richmond, in 'be 'coaree of statements from ministers of |ho various churches, asked that be be traaeferred to sotae other charge He realised, he said, that tis re? nnest wss rather o*tjgf the ordin?r), but under ? hr c'rcns?sBi as h?- felt er>a?<raiined to act as ne did. R ia understood that Rev Mr Chtndler win -,rr hj>bl7 he sesigncd to an eldership Coaferrncw open-d at 8.30 a m. with brief devotional service*. Bishop Wil? son reading from the latter wort loa of the fifteenth chapter of^Bt. Lukr Rev Uv ft I lataabeth. secretary, ?ret callad ?h? roll of ministers, a large asaforKy of whom ennwerad to their nasse* The roll call of >he la. deiwga ?s followed, each of lh? tea dUtncts betas called In order. These del" gates nus*tv?r fort* Whea nomination* were asked fos? ter r-e??rv a sota bar *f ssansn ended 'S 8. Lllhraj ~ Row Rh, La s?het b ? as tit ?jlmissl? re-ele. eaa ?tsere*ajT He then Bhail< Re, Dr. B. f. Ups cossh aatf Srv Hwrr?. J Ttvrer as hh> awMsiaeaa, rhear ?dsVcr, he-tag also tas rler *L On raaltow of Rev i>r j N. latbwa It wan dteiaed "> owen coti firs nee ?Steh ssnrwlcg at ? o'elork. and to ?djswra at I e/rlwek la the sft-rnooo The is?myc cf the day wfli he d?? TMS WCATHCR. lersliy fair Thursday; ?ri air ant ?etdarf light w*?t PRICE TWO CENTS HIS ACT WILL BAR Mayor Gaynor Takes Firm Stand to Express Walk-out * in New York. S-\YS ALL DIVERS Kil%l BE PROPLRLY LICiNShO :ny ? Chief Executive Writes LcMer To Company Teliing Managers They Will Have to Comply . With the Law?Means Considerable Ale} To Workers?Over 10,000 Out. (By Assuriaivd Pres?, i NEW YORK. Nu>. ?.?Mayer (Jay nor Issued two characteristic inters tonight, which piomise to bring tbe strike of the express c >mpan> em? ploye* to a bead, tomorrow, lii iefiy, he forbids tau 01 .-ration of wasoi* Ih unlkv., il drivers, ihr? elhniDlt Itig the strike-breakers upon which', tho companies hav; depended. Mayor Wittpeon, of Jersey City, alresdjr bad taken this stand, ami a test case 1? now In the Jersey (c-urts Mora than 10,000 dri era and help? ers, augmented by most qf the bag*1 cab chauffeurs In New Y< ik.'uro still (in stris.? and rioting i.s ? nahated. Millions of packages are aw.'.tlng de? livery. John Williams, ?tau- com? missioner of labor, is due heic Horn Albany tomorrow and, with M ??* Oaynor's action and a threat of s it - intervention. It is hoped, that a. he ? lletrant will be reached. The letters are addressed to the American Ex press Company and Mayor Wtt pcnn, of Jersey City, re? spectively, jto tho ooaapeay ha said: Hie Jitter to Company. "Although tbe strike has been un for over two weeks, the express com? panies have Dot. up to today, caus.-d their new drivers to present them settee and he vouched for and licensed as required by law before ihe.v may act. I must now require that thia condition pease. The sight of the cliv protecting, bv police ea oort. wagons driven by unlicensed dr.rers In vlolttlcn of law, is excit? ing Just criticism. We have continued ihhr protection onlv because we ex-, pected from dar te dav that cn sec-; ood thtright f?n would n^e^F?cia! ly' at auch a time, continue, such an qlijcrt lesson <J. disres|M ct and dls-. regard of. the law. p.isro.oect and; disregard .of the Jaw Bv person* sin! forporatVr.s. who should be the first, to elvy the law. bail beet; the source, of most of the evils end abuses which bare accumulated in tats ecunny durlftg the last twenty-Ave years. You are uaing i nlicensed ?waeons in vio? lation of hw. In lie used push carts ami venders' wagons, found In th.*; streets, are taken to the corporation yard and impounded there. Are yon' dab sble to tee how dem-trali/.ing It antoM be to .?leaant <ou from the rule tbat applies by law to all. wtth> out distinrtjaa?'' .. g In his letter to Ma-nr Witlpesn. Mayor <;a>r?ur reviews jh< men's de? mand lor an eleven-hour dey. imy for overtlms and reeognlttor. rtt the union. Expected Settlement. "At my earnesl r? qu-st." he ct n rinnes. "the men withdrew their re? mand for reccgsitlon of th.' safest and also * greed u leave the at We. menl of hours an? * ages until aft.-r they bed resumed work. I supposed, of course, that this would settle t-ie s'Tfltc. but when I presented It to the compact/-* ihev refused, a! the instance of one company, or one man. tc accept It as s basis of settlement, hut wanted an additional condition that they should be free to reject or discbaige an) one on the ground that he had Kneed the imlcn The? re? jected whet Is called tbe open shop.'" It is said the "one company " u the Pelted States Kxptgxt Company end the "one ?u." frank 11 platt. Ha presldeat. No decisive baa been reached by the eotlsd'4Aprs on the eeeotlon of a s>n?natbetlc"*tri*e. nor, has a general strike bee* ordered A a*a*r meet? ing to leatssior the advl*abttitr of a general striae has bees pos posed n?eflait?iy ger,eu? g'Ot ' One of th* worst r*x? tn the e*. prees strike mem red this aft.rsoon ?i Rlehtb arenee. seer the e?rae> ?f .1- N>w York Taxi, ah Comeesy. Driver* of tear asarhtass. whle> sn-re erat eat, ajere stsacked hy a ajob. Ike marhhas sad hedrr eaHy heat ok? the Baob Several arrewts wete An art of vaadet.sss :a eaea with the strike was followed ibis aft amuse on First Breese by the preaV ?hiy fatal lajerv of OssrH?, rmifA ?he area* of the dl-t Thence wfth a rreciured shwD and ?*>?-r hart a leaded tiara, hrinagtag to a htg ran.1 tare bouse, whose employe* bae? siniek, was set ea tre sad ibe fnraa t.-rc eoltrei, svstrared. Tb? arlvnr, ssd h-reer e?rsped The *swV? wer? (Cuetrssad ?? Paartft Paaja