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only newspaper pulillanad Newport Ne*? that receives " full newa service of the Ata . r ? Press. VOL. XV. NO. 283. BRITISH LEADERS PfflJKHWE Lord Balfour Throws Over Tar? iff "Reform as an Issue of Campaign. "DEAIH-BED REHENTANC-'1" OF LORD ROSEBERRt Lcbei Jls Characterise Change of Front As "Adroit Slipperiness"?Referen? dum Oencjnced As Mere Device That^Wouid Ccst $10.000,000?Ulster Movement Still Growing. (i-.v Aasoclated LONDON, Nov. ??The present rlnrtiOM campaign i* one cf amazing changes. Lord Lansdownc's unexpect? ed presentation of a scheme lor the r. form Of UaA house cf lords has been surpassed in suddenness my Mr Bah four's throwing over tariff relorm as .hi MM in the election. Lord It'ise. berry, in a speech tcday at Manches ter, said: "The house of lords has ceased to exis*; it has surrendered its powers to th:- nation. This is a fact of ease- ( motis importance." He adniiiled thai it xas j death lied n p< ntance. I at he contended mat deich I?<i repentance. If sincere, was] v ali<l and valuable. Ml". BAlfoer's uaoarion rr the refer end . at i>- generally r> 11 ribilted to pres.; sure from an intluentia! section of I'nic.nist free traders, led by LnrA] Oeeacr, although it is claimed bv the bulk at the rnioui.st party, once their surp, ::e iree ever, as a mas'er sirokej of aJdJOfaa elect vuiecrui.g. The op|?o-' siion Laders: change cf tactics took the < Idar conservatives completely j al.ae'. and caused consternation; aaencta (be ardent protectionist*. '?Adroit Slipperiness." The Liberals characterized his MTn tude 3<! an adroit slipperiness an.I ->p nortoniaaa. The Liberal leaders, who were SBT- | prUed eriaally as much as the Con-1 s-crv.wives, haw net yet had tint" to' adjust their selves to the changed con-1 ditir.n:-. Darid Iloyd-Gcorge, chanc: Mcr of' the exejaeqeier ?peahla* nt I andrini.'d (P ii^ oaigbt, retter?ted that the co*-j of a refrrend. m would he $io.omi.(MMi. | ii ? 1- ? saere derate, he said, to pmt a same effect Ire weapon in the bands of the wealthy classes. The Liberals' ?and! have none of it. AAgoetta Itirrell. chief secretary fo, I Ir> and, speaking at Itristr.l. s id that Mr. Baltoer'l proposal of the referen- 1 dum was delusive, dangerous and an- j workable, and calculated to des roy free r. pirscntativr gcvernment. The home secretary. Mr. Churchill. I addressed two meetings at Sheffield tonight He saM that nc day stjaeea? with.>ii some Torv leader overthrow- j ;ng re.me ancient principle pf the; Tea v i.arty Nothing was o?cre aston. j ksbgag in this wonderful election jhan the |.inie which had overtaken that j rnce proud and powerf'-I party. Mr. Churchill ?af again subjected tc suffragist disturbances, several un rary patenae being ggaeted from the, hall. The flood of election rratorv is unabated, but it consists mainly of a : lep.-t ti n of well worn anruments. I The t'lster movement is growing ruace throughout ihe province. The C'ternirn have taken a s rone stan I aesinM home rule, and ihe offers ot ml;r"ripricnr fo a lund which is to be dev ?t< d to the purposes of organizing a rceinient and pit: chasing arms have risen tiom $.r.n.Ofto to $i;<>.onn in the past 'wo d^ys. FIERCE 6?LEM7KES FLEET KEEP OFF SHORE Launch from Battleship Louis? iana Gallantly Rescues French Crew in Storm. CHERSOT'ltG. Nor. 3*?A terer ! gale is raging along tbe coast and Hag battleships of the second division of the Inited State? Atlantic flee: hare been forced to utand off *h?rc und? r fun pressure It r- reported to right >hai an Arrerican pftket host ha? been sunk and neren men lost A IniSKb from the betlleablp I^Miis tana tnrfav made a gallant r?vnr of the crew of a fe?.w< h from the French armored . ruin r Dupleix whi?b ??? swamped by the sre*. Manv of ?he AmerVan blncpvket* arc ashore, being nn?hV ?0 get back 10 their ?hlp? Funeral cf Mr Robertson. RICHMOND. VA (eat ?-Thej fereral of B M. Roberto.! gl f* Mfl T?rter f'rret who 4:ed rwAdewlv re? ereav w< natne a- 1 ?flock wit1 be h''d from flam > v 1 Beattrl fh?Trh tr*n<"rrne more kaj at v: aTelrrh The Per J T Haler w"1 crarNsn the service- Tre Urtel wftt he at Mnwry eeeeetery Dai WILLIAMS WAITING 10 EXAMINE THE RLCOkD Question of Whether Norfolk Prlrr.ary Osec Shall Be Appealed To Be Decided Soon. KK'II.MONIV VA .. Nov. 20.? Win-in or Attrini y-Crm ru| William'--, a<- Iii? I [ par '.ha mate at huge, will park al toe j case of tin- two primary judges in j I Norfnlk who ?er? till SSIlie1 BOCnuee j Inf ihn alleged aaeoaatltatlaaiallty uf| Uka taw Mader which they wer.- prcse>| cuted, will probably be known iievl ? I week, as he will receive the roeerd <;! I j I in taaS Saturday cr Monday, j 1 Judge William,, bag declared hi* In I leatlaa of search lag the record nlooet* j j and studying ihe hV> iinrter which tee! I ? lie-red primary Handels were indict-; !id. lid II BC -tecs a predial le gionnd j I upon which to base un appeal t IS* I Stipi cine Conn of Appeal*, be will at ? I l nee picpure it. and SAtlsfy hilliselt ! land the cotninoitwc alth as ti the con-| stitutionality of the law and whether ( lit Is i'?ces?..ry in amend It to cover I ettaaerlea. I Judge Williams bSl received a '*L ler from Jaaaei V. Tu-hy. clerk of tlu-j I Tim |MW ad 111 Court of N'cifolk, where I the alleged offender.- were tried, thai the tribunal will adjourn Friday Of Saturday, and immediati ly --fiertlr.il! the record in the case which has at i trac ed widesptead attention through? i out the state, will be sent to the at? torney-gen? ra). \ 1 "FIREMEN" F?ND ACT" IS UNCONSTflUTfONAL Virginia Supreme Court Sus? tains Ruling of Judgs Grin nan, of Richmond. RICHMOND, VA.. N u . SO.?The j Virginia Stale Supreme Court of Age] jpeaja today deeSared eMSnastRiittan11 i ihe aci of assembly known .is "Ihe j flicm-nV fund act." and which pro? vides for the colh ci ion of a t;ix ironi fire insurance eaaaaaalaa lot the bea> ; efit of aged and disabled firemen In I the various crttaa and tevaa of the, 11 iiiaaans taltb I The aWlata?, .sustain-, the iadfag in the ca-c made by Judge (Irinnen, of, the Channry Court tif Iticiimond. Tili enjointd the insurance coiiimi-.si.!iicr \trem radlcir'lag the tax. Tbi- lasaraace eoaaaaadai iir.-tr.pilv ci mi.iipd lo opiM-se the legislation and tlu-r now win out. i SHiTPtRS AIL PfrBTEST Agree Proposed Rate Increase Would Hurt Business. EVIDENCE AB0U1 ALL IN! - Interstate Commerce Commission Probably Will Render Decision in Important Matter by February 1? Enormous Over Capitalisation. I : My AK.soci.itri) 1'rtt.ai I WASHINGTON. D ( . Nov. 30.? ' I The testimony in the caMcm trunk, line freight advance ? aee wa-s virtual-1 I ly com luded by the Interstate Com |m?rce Commission today after many' witnesses for the shipper* had agre<-?1' i that the pro|K>sed increases would) i locallie ("repetition, hurt the western j I marki; for eastern goods and other-! w:-e -eriously interfere with tl:eir j bu?ine -i. The pending suspension of I the proposed sdvan.-es is until Kebru I ary 1. satt, and meantime on January II ihi arguments of counsel will lie i made and the coir mission may be pre? pared to render its decision by the ? xpirati.in of the present extension. .Some perfunctory n -nitron > tomor? row will cb>e-the evidence. The1 proceeding is one of the most import-' ant ev-r undertaken by the comrals-j stoa. Involving inert seed rates of from ?27.now.HOO upward in the -er | lion east of the Mississippi and north ; ! of the Ohio and I'otomsc riser*. WfRr nesses. who todsy supported the ship? pers protest.". included head* of the Westinshouse Air llrekr Company. ; the :tailwav . i.--- A?c -a-ion i American l??otr<oiivV Company ?hoe and leather, drtic. eottoa rdece good'., and other emerprWe*. Enormou- Over-Ca?.tal nation. I Clifford Thome of Washingion. I Iowa, ?tat? railway comrr.l?*?one' I elect! ronnwt for the Cora Delt Me* j rroriiieers' Association and the Farm era' Grain Dealer* Assorts!Won. erat I tended that in four isles alone, cov I rred :>v an ?vhanetlve iave*tHtstion he had matte the railroad, had over eapiialised by ?*???."M.ae>i This wa< ! lawd ao a Statistical -ummary nf -he I actnai i hy?i?al vatuation? of it" proi i rnlei having a r.vehsned -aidiahra j lion of more than tl iasa.oea.aof? Mr Tborr.. , onu-nded t?autailnav ne? earning* n*?r brer In'ree'in' I fs?ter than Iketr exnenaea and that ! it,/- of ihe rnofa w-? good I "Tell vrmr troubles *n 'He i*nrti-5 I ssboj ? eras the only con?a4srion r*sn? i "oetinned nei F'f" T**V ? NEWPORT 1* THINKS AVIATION WILL IAM PEACE Graham-vVhite talks Enthus? iastically of Possibilities of Air-craft Development. PASSENGERS CAN ENDUHE ANY RATE OK SPEED Encased in Air Tight Chambers, Traveler? Will be Able to Cross Oce.n at Amazing Clip, According to the Englishman Who Is Taking Home the Gordon Bennett Cup. (tty l> ?anile tail Praam XKW YORK. Nov. tt taaal Ora l ham-White .sailed far Knglund loduv : and with him went ihe Gordon It. n Mit ritetnational speedy tropuy,' whii h he lifted rrOM Ihr keeping of America at i!k feceafl international I ineei at llelinoni Park. He gave a' summary of the trend of aviation in1 ?racial and its development in thisj country in partieular. "It "s ?heil we fat a speed of |&w to 2<sl miles an hour that the Inn will i begiu," he Haid. * People are not go 1 ing to adopt flying us a practical' means or travil until If has been j made lasier than other modes of' transit now in existence. Could Endure Any Cpeei. "It Aill be iwi'feefly BAeerMsj for | passengers to endure any sjx-e-d Im--j cause l?ey will lie racaural in an air ilght thamber. just as they are in aj rentftMssed train. "America isn't so much interested J in aviation a. Kurojie. There is no continuous iuierest here. The |>copl ? ? Ku to the big meets just ns they would go to acrobatic exhibitions and] forget thai there1 is su< h a things as I the sr ii nr-e of aviation Put An End to War. Mr. Graham White thinks thai wild: ihe aeroplane's ftiiure development II will make hat He* hi pa useless, open Ike aectcu of all fortifications, no; mailt r how cleverly masked, and put i an end to war. The imssibiliiics of war in the air. he believes, arc tool horrililn for civilization to content-j plaie. "Hut the peaceful [xtssibillties." continued th< enthusiast, "are end-_ le's. I sec no reasan why wp should not es-ahiish 11 ans gllsntk air lines.] We gees' only two things: Safety1 and speed, and speed in itself brings ' gTcater stability. Ilrief study of thej reinrds for this yea^ ju: tifies one in almost any stretch Tif belief as to, what the future may bring " mmm Pf OFFICE TODAY Because of Disturbance, Eighth Inauguration Will Not be Followed by Celebration. (By a?nocta?*d Preset MEXICO C1TV. Nov. 3???Wilh slm-; gig ceremonies General Dial wffl takej ihe oaih of office as prosideni of thei Republic of .Mexico for the eighth j time tomorrow. In view of disturb- ? ati.es through which the country has ] rtcenlly passed, the inauguration will I not he marked by the season of nee-1 ins whi< h has accompanied it In for? mer years, but will be crmducted with Use nasse farnaal digetty asnfl ssrpre*- j siveneat. The e-ercmonics will oeeur at I? o'cloek tomorrow .nnrnisit in the u m-1 porary hall of com-rcaa. The diplomatic <orpM and a few other .lisnngu.sbed personage* in ad? dition 'o the high Mexban gorcm menr officials will attend Following the induction of Pre si d.r.i IHaz tire oath will tw adminis? tered <n ! la mem Correl re-elected Mi rhe t ir e pre' idoncv TJie presid^n and ?i. '-nr?'idem will proceed to ihr national |uila?e where they ?Ml re crive ?onrramlaiion* from 'he deb Car ions. Cejefcration at Torreeon. TORRF.ROV N?rr. 3o-OaVtal cet chraiint of the inaugnration of Frcei ,'ent mat and Vice-President CottH will he held at the muarrrspal palace I ere tomorrow No further dir turn-1 aeers are e\j*erT#-d but the ercthori i. ^ are exen:r.c ihr trea?.w viai anre to gruird again?' any surprise rnr reads lee.'; is into) Torre ron are narne* Gomes PaVacto said that irrplc |.reperaiK-rs. had be. n made .. >-o,> ?ny *envm?t ration. tV-rh '/imr.rrow passed a feeling of ? lief will he expert* e. erf in thi' vr fette snamanfh as that gag mirks be flr>?1 Ante nf the period aV dras' d hv MaAero m his rettelama'rovi for ?EWS. VA.. THL RSI i \ , TWO OFFICERS OCTAILCD. Fed'ial Service To Be Rt presented At Seaboard Medical Convention. w v::'M?\. t> ? . 3d Tw?/uAohU? pi il??' l.'nltiHl Htaira pul? Iii in .il?Ii and marine b? pital n\ ige ha v? brea fUsilcd b> Surgeon U<l i I tt'i i iiiuii !<? r. present ihr rervlee m ihe ?esshoutd Mi'd'i'ul \ >*< elation coiive-nllcn in Kinn mi. V. t*. Im .hi r C In k. Tbc* an Surgeon C. i?. Wi 11. ni..ik< r and Ir? l \-^i-t aul s.ii vi i ii II. ? ?vlndi r. Tbr 'alter 's illBti ikIi it mi ii * i Ki ? :'n Inspi ct'uii of ihex ha< lerio ih. i rauiir lalotainry in Asjwvllic in comp et ion | wi h l.is ( invent! .11 duty ^KSfoflWOMORE GREAT BATruSHIPS Secretary Meyer Announces Navat estimates fur Fiscal Year 1910-11. (Cy Auwel.. i.-.1 1'i.m.l WASHINGTON. D. ?'.. Noi 2?. Um total estimates for ibo United: States eavy for tbe Ilm al year 1911*1 12. to be submitted to congress as a| .bails for ihr appropt iaiion for thai f.ar amount to |ltt?.O4C.f!.".0.2l, which! is IS.SSS.SSS I. ss than Ihe sums ap ; i opt i.-iu d in the uavai bill for the (iirreni fiscal year. This statement was trade by Ree* rrtary ot the Navy Meyer today.' fotapled with the aanounccmcai that! ihe Samrm include the eatImatee Car] the y e.ir't expense*, to be Incurred in the i Mist i n< I loll of Ihe m w vessels , i ? miteli'idaied by the navy depart-, ir.-nt's build baa program The rear ships piop<>-> d in the de pai intent's building scheme and in eluib-d in ihe estimate- are: Twoj battle hips, one bottler one cunboat,I one river gunboat, iwh -..agoing tugs i two submarin? s. mid one aubeaarinel ???nd. -i. ON NtW NATIONALISM - Gnvernors tff* Three States' Denounce the Idea. N0F.L LONE CHAMPION Mississippi Executive Thinks Nation: Is One Big Family and Favors Fed? eral Control?Selfish Scheme of Eas'ems Declares Gov. Nortis. i?y Ass.i.-..i'?j Freest LOd ISVIU..':. KV.. Nov. St -New j u.uionalisut in BS far as it aDeetsj (uns-r. a: ion of natural resources, ws.< 1 iaamaaeed h] .x.-.a.iv.s ef three] states' and uplielu by Governor Noil.) of Misussipi. a. tbe conference of! governors hire today. Governor Nor-j ris. of Montana, started the denuncla- j tlon w.ieii he ;uid the "theory of ihe naticnalism. was originated in tbe! Kast. where natural resources had! been wasted, so eastern* rs would rea*. brio-lit of wha- the West still had."; Aside from a ?(imperatively brief cssloii late this^ afternoon and an' executive session tniiighi. 'he aec-j ond day of the conference was given' ov.-r to atieptiug more of Kentucky 1 ?i<>*< pit a li i y It win derided that the} next eonfcrent. will he held a? Sprinc ' iJIke. N. .1. the first Tuesday in Sen-i lember. 1911. Idea a Selfish One. After Governor Norris, st the after-' n.a.n so- ion had sta'.d tna: the ideas of the federal government reaping benefits of the West's natural re-! seitir? .*s was a * Iftsh one on the part af ea.'ti rners aad that the stale could l?-t 'an for themselves In thiaj rwpei t, Ciove.ror Shaft rot'c of Colo-i rado. gave Tri- version of new na? tionalism lie dertarrd that monopo-1 lies .-eni'd l?e cotltrrdlt d easier hv '? ? tale legislature* than by eongres- j and th-tt i ew nationalism and tbe Idea; of greater ceu trail sal ion of power vi<: advocated for oolitles! reasons and-, not for heuer Jurisdiction Co*, mnr Sl.rsn. of Arizona. d?- : e*a < - 'b<- *taierc*artd be-1 control ws-i ter rail ? snd public land- although | be said the n.rnllv rompl.-feri irri-I ration wort; done by Ihe snverr.trcn' in his ?erritory ws hen* Srlai Favors FeOeraJ Control. When 'he states' tlehi* ideas htid been .-x pressed OtlverVor NnH. of. Wstfeatppi - -If In no uncertain ?.-*n n behalf ed Ike federal con-, ?red of rv-woorce*. He based hi* idea*, he said on the fact that the; I'nlon was on< reel* faasily aad thr , sone oh-mid help las* other. This Me* ( ?j ,ii iraied i" th? fa?? "is- Mi | Msvinfii once 'i*d writfh in .rx.i.t. . tun hv mtsmanageeaena by state off . rial* 'ha* >he. state now gain* roth-} In? frt?w> its tore t?. Tbl* hr'?",.,b' a eraT? 'ctort from, norecn-w \"orn? atSjo neM reel Sevan c , I Mlraeaslof? barl a*lea snsi|i-n her ?'?] fstr* wa? no reaossi e>by lbs nennte) . V prvirfcl tej- to leil is"" II eM"d of the aeAsjreJ re*?^rrre* nf, -e-e W * Ik* b?nde of ,*r fed er?1 J sovemTent ! DECEMBER L, 15)10. STEEL PRODUCERS 10 KEEP Of PRICE Rt'piosiMitativM's of Grnat Cor poralioMs Decide Present Quotations Shall Stand. VIULAIHJN OF FORVIER AGREEMENT CAUSES WAR When Small Concerns Cut Prices. Trust Went After Market Aggressive? ly. Bringing About General Unset tlement?Judge Gary's Announce? ment?Better Business Expected. iPv AHurnui'? frei?) NKW YORK, Nov. ;u?.?The price of steel wiU not be rut. Forty ol I the leading producers or luclr repre scutativr s who stand tor approxl-; mat? !y per Mat of the prtKiuetion M the country met here todav und; ileelded thai it was tOM the good of j ?tu Mi aas try to keep s^setatMeaivtsarai Hiey are now. Among these men \ were Judge K. II. Gary and W Hj OsaTSJa*! < halrman aud president, re-; K|mm ti\ely. of the I nited Stales Steel I Oarparittsiw; ITiarlrt It. Schwab.1 president of Ihe lie!hlrl,: m Sienl '? Gosspaay and others. Sliii e iInt last nie 'ling of leadcisi In the industry, some iwo BSOAtha] ?go. when a similar agreement wa?! wacher), there has been an mulct* llaadlag in ihe trade thai muiiu m Ihe tl'.lliul'ar t'.irers were mil living up, lo thi "geiiileman s agreement, j Whin the small makers cut pi ice*. | the Cniied States Corporatesa Iwtlua-j cd iheir lead .and went after Ihe mar ; kel aggressively, with n ciuim micm ' ;a tu ral unsettleinciil Of the banian-i i it of uusiuerM. Tawrefetn there was. leeling yesterday and Ihil ssornlai that some buch "at tfnn might ev. n- ? male from this iihr-riionn s rotifer itue and ils o,Iconic *:rs awaited! with the k"enrvt Inierevt. Al the i lose of lh? meeting Jashja Gary gave! hui Ihr Nalleariaf statement Fiftv Per Cent, o* Capacity. "Ki in? seatatipe or shout H ireri eeat. ?t :h?' taaaasje rapacity of ihej ?NHMfse Hirers of sie? I in America ! mil at luncheon and the two hours i Wtowtaj; w ere oci upicd in ascertain- j ilig ihr' condition of business in lliisl pani'iilar line and in the e-vprea j ?ions ?.f opinion c;in<erndig present i prices. It was staled that on the average of all branches, ihr- bookings we r- about "'ii |w" > ent. of rapacity and the shipments -omevbat In SfA>j ce*s. There has been a slignt. ' though marked iurr. a-e in Uaiiy liook- ; itigs. leoiith by month since the first | of Align: I to Ihe present time. "Prices as a rule are well main- j taint d though in some lines, as usual. I liiere is some entring on the iiart of small aaashspara who wrre not repre- j Rented Wflttual exception the views i-xpres ed by those present regarding I ihe future wr-re favorable. Also carh ! one voted the opinion that present i prires are fair and reasonable andl shoultl roi be changed. ? ncrea'e Expected. "For some time past purchasing by , railroad enmpanies l-ss In-en very j much below normsl: but It is :hr foneenMis of opinion that there will he an increase in the near future. The acfonnt of daily bookings at the present time is about equal to the j ? otal capacity of the wills ten years | ago. \The diF|>osli?oti of the manufactur- ? pt r?f steel to co-opcrsre so far as It j Is pro|ier remains unchanged " GOES TO TUG'S ASSISTANCE. Revenue Cutter Seminole Puts *o Sea In Response to Wireless. iDv aennetiiteil I rena I WILMINGTON. N. C. Nor. SO ? The revenue cutter Seminole Ip rr i pnnse 10 a message from Norfolk. Va.. le'i thi- aft* moon for Ocracnktj Inlet, on the Nor'h Carolina coast to I be assisianee of an unknown tup report.-! in distress and heliev? d to be the Albatros?, of New York. The Alhatnvs p-o?eeeVd to sea from Soi:th|*>rr V f Monday Tug's Rudder Cone. NORFOLK. VA . Not 3? -Wilh her rudder gone and with a rrew of sixteen on hoard, 'he tug Albatross lie at anchor o? OrracMe awaiting ibe arrival of fan iu= Msntaret. which U fi Norfolk this aft'-'noon to co to ihe as-isiane-e of the helrd??s craft. | A'^EO CCCCNTRIC OEAO Man of Ninety Hat Never Shaved Or Cut His Hair. re>? aaaawnsnaj T"??w*t NASHYUJ.F. TNT?. Nor 3A-PT hrrt MeriCa. who lived his nirtetv v? xrs without ever haviec been >bar t?e WS. owe of ll?e r'rVst nrtller? - f ItT' v T- i onw'v tn vt? Rule b?T hwt arc * number n' r?tr?? make jri~ ?? the wenrinr of whleh ts belt. ?ic attrlhnted his loa? life CSS Given Up tor Lout. I'KNSACOI.A. KI.A. KM !i? Hu? ll.ill.in hark iVniiy. Mhfcvlt "all' il front Pi na?4 ahj Juno 24. ?Ith :i OajPjja iii Kl I > < -1 tin' f illlre plioti. I'-Ugita). lit!-. Ikh-ii given up tin In i Not a w.u.I bar been received friil.' !t>-r uml im rmi I baa ivported k|>*aMng m her ?I in in?' i Ih> IMi dm ? ?Ii.- lias hern nit. FIGHT r?N AT CLIFTON FORCE. Circuit Court Judqes Ordert Local Option Election. fi.iiTox roitci:. Mas', :l> lud-c QoejOJO K. Anderson, if ihr City Ott*, i 'iii Court, h.i ? just entered an oriler h< r< 'i>r a local iipiiou elniimi in lu? lu Id in (Iii- dity Ore. :il next. An >iily 2<mi votes ?tu. BaJbetl bl the re.tcnl election licti'. t.-uly Mil signers wer. in cesi-ai y to the peti? tion fn- the election on ilif liipuir i|u?-w ion. Judge Anderson rule* that nut. those ipialilied m nMn Nov S may vote In ih'i ember. REV. HENRY M. WHITE DEAD. Aged Pretbyterian Mmntir Paetes Awav at Winchectar. ttty Awx-iattHl r'lt-Hn) WINCHK?TKK. Nov. SO?He v. lieu ry M. White. 7.". year* old. pastor of OpcHUon Memorial ehureh, Kerns town Va.. died tit-re today. Or. White was n cognised an one o| the leadlllK meinlicls of the Plot byieriun ehureh in Virginia. For more tliuu tweniy-tive years he iiad been pasior of the Loudonu Stret ( ehureh in thi. city. ? i'.csidi s his widow, two sons-the Rev. Hugh White, missionary to Chi na. and the Ror. William White, of Italelgh. N C . sin vlvi^ DEFENSE PLAVS~An?THER CARD Bilbo's Bank Notes Alleged to Be Dated Prior to Alleged Crime. <iiv amvm iaif>i naasa VAZOO CITY. MISS.. Nov. SS, - The defense in Hu- trial of I.. Ilulane. ? linrg. d with hihinu a member of tin- Mississippi legislature to t u ppori Seiialor l^-roy Rare] during the n eeiil senatorial contest played one of their cards today. It <am<- with the ideiiiilb tu ion of bank notes purport? ing to l>?- tin- auiial- money State Senium flilbo alb hi d wus [>aid him by Uulauey. Ai < ordtng to wltne .^t-s several of the notes were issued subsequent to the date Senator Milho assorts the last installment of bribe monej was paid. ATTACKTURNSHN WIDOW Prisoners Attorney Says Mrs. Glover is Vampire. DYING STATEMENT BARRED Testimony That Clarence F. Glover Said Hattie Le Blsnce Shot Him. Kept from Jury by Court?Widow Tells Her Story. (By Aanoelated i*rva*) CAMHKIIKIK. MASS.. Nov. :: Two deelsious lu tavor ol the defense in the trial of liattie Le Ulanc, charg ed witb the murder of Clareuce P. Glover, and tb? accusation by the de fendant * counsel that Mr. Lillian M Glover, the widow had the motive, inclination and opportunity to shout her husband, were the developments in the case today. District /Attorney Higgins fought bard to get before tb*- Jury Glover's dying declaration ihst Hattie Le Ulanc had shot biic. Judge Hond over? ruled him. however, laying, after hearing a dosen witnesses yesterday and two today, the evidence did not show that Glover knew his end wo* near. The district stiomey told the court the "dying declaration was one of the essential prop* of the sov ernrrict'* rase and that only cirenaa rtanttal evidence remained Seeking to Attack Widow. The prosecutlo?. hsd no? gone far la its evidence when It found that the defense on crns.s-exatnlnattor. of a witness waa ?erklag to turn the attack to Mr*. Glover. The district attorney protested strongly bet Melvia M. Johnson, the lecding ronntsel for the dadeoae. de? clared that be trtirpbeed to show Mr*. Gtnvt-r "had the motive, the Incline Iks*, the mental and r>hy?t>al caasielty end the nppnrtimiiy to murder ber hushend." "I esp? (i to prove this " said Mr. Johnson, "by the aets and declare tioSM) of thi woman he fore and after her knakeuHl ? sanrder * I tester to ?how hsi an* wasnw vasspire and I use the word advisedly." Jiietsc laSad derwted to renev hl? ?nethod of ni hjaOSA the ovhwsre he fore slhveing It tn he ^nkesitted ;?* the Jury. Thi* rvldetpte era* given by Or V W <"?-? n? mmr> own* ?h* private hos'.ita' '0 whW-h Giovf-. ?laagered al? ler he ws* ?hsw C? t_-a . r aJ atr-?etrd w v|rw saaj TO ~ ajts* ?*j UPC ar . r?r Cewialn. told of rsllir.': Mr* (Contioned net fifth Page ) THE WEATHER. jir Thursday ami Frida?; tinuaii roiii, artel u... tii** .t da. PK'ICK TWO CKNTS PAY TRIBUTE TO Intellect! Pow.r and Wealth , of Land Gather at Jar rvefle Hall. CANNON mND CLARK SPEAK FROM SAME PLATFORM Reminiscences of Man Whon. World Loved Because He Made It L~igH Told by Nation's Notables?How Humorist Lcbbied and Nearly Stopped Proceedings of Congress. niy Asaeasnead rr?w> NKW YORK. Nov. 30.?The Intel? lect, 'he (towrr and the wealth of tno land natlu r. il . t Carnegie Hall Rfj I night to asu trllutc to the, memory of i Mark Twain. uhoiu tno wcrld InveJJ I bee a ov be '. .ide tbem lailgh. I William DSSBk ll'iw. II*. provided. "tJaVtsA Joe" Cannon, the speaker of 'the house of rerireselilatlvPf'. that t-*, an.) Champ t'lark, the speaker that may tc. spoke from I'le name plat 'form. Hr. Henry "Van Dyne of I'rlnee. ,ion; ReaVy Watterson. 'ige W. i fable. Borth Tarklngton. ! Pierrto"' .M irpan, John Luther i onj; I tinny others were timing tttOSe invi I. The sjwotisa] was held under the ?'? 'deea of ihe Acad.-aay of Arm and L-? sfsj Representative Champ Clark M j Mi.'*'i>ri, rnoke of Twain a: n lobby s. i as fell, ws: Twain As a Lobbyist. I "Tar way I cnnie to know Mark Twain SM I uiallv is that three or four years ago he visited Washington as [a lobbyist Lfi no; the piudieh and : sutplcit us thudd.r at the term, tor I Mark Tw in VAa no- I nU a l< bhyisi. ! hut a verv SetBOO cf lohhvi-ls. He j did honor net only t . the It.Id yisi, but I also ip those w i'h uh<>m h>- lobbied. "Tin *- hjrrt warier ?r Ills ! btrs? in- aits improvemeni In the eapyrifM I laws, which were vadly In nc<?<| r,f |m ! i rovrment. It srAg a paajeei near his , heart. Me was In earnest, persist, nt, nitlmlstle. Mr. S>-iV? C pntiti grace. ftlBs and grurit.uv'v tunic.i ever one < ' bis reyiTPc 10 Math T?:i n and in I 't he held bis eO'.rt s mew' at. It I mils' In c< nr. said, to the .i. uior.ili^a I tlop of l.ariness in cmgr. ss. f ir so Ilona; "s he 'emaine-l in he raniioiAt I wsg alti.osi ImiKiesible lo rr* - sot .tin n , iiimrum In the hi nan, so eager were memorrs to lot k into bis face shake Irs head, I >rm ills irnnsletennji and lisii n to It'.,- conn rsatioi: AP men and a" women, and even little chil? dren in the strict, vie.t with ?? eh other to do him honor. ? His Way cf Lobbying. ' "The grea b< ari.-d Mlssourian cn ! Joyed it 10 the limit He talked on ; witii a band m r.n a multitude of sub? jects md al! the while he lobbied? I lobbied rkJUfully; lobbied in delight i nil manner: bibbi. <i with side uplifting iyemr: lol.bi-d with |ihi!osophir:t| re i maiks: lobbied with w?-aliA cf remi ;nfuc?nee; lobbied with fetching argo j mehl for justice - and accomplished i the sabstsace cf what he .-ought?a Hen lienefaction tr> American au : thors." ! Speaker Cannon said be knew Mark I Twein personally, and be described how Clemeas came to Washington in the inier? st of the crpyrighi law. "Finally," i-aid Tl'ncle Joe." 'he tried >o nervuade rae to allow turn to lebby on tee* Boor of congress and wtote me a letter and brought it to me in the speaker's r-osn." -Dear Uncle Joseph." As read by Mr. Cannon the letter spa: "'Hoar Uncle Joseph: ' Pi'2-e g-? me the thanks or c>o rreiiy. not erst week, but right away. It is very necessary. Do accomplish thLs at once, hy nerettartrn if yon can. by violence If you most, for it is ah s luietr necessary teat I get oa the floor for two or three hours jnd talk to ihe cemgree?nien man by mr.n. I have argue* n a with me. Al?o a bee? re I with Heuid in It I hare stayed away Irem congress and let it aleae for seventy-oae years, aad I aaa na? tu led to its thank' ?' Per--- knows this welt, aad it nev,, has publicly acknowledged It, apreccieiioe Send are a reply at once with an order on the s> rgnaa at -erase ' With love aar) SeerdicrJon. MARK TWAIN and -Uneie Joe" Helped Mr Cannon added, wirk a amahs, I that he ami hie naaseenger i ? snae i men the coegrejuiaaea? to the epeeJter'e m. and I helped Merk Twain <a 1 'In les* than gve attacfe*." be led "when the congrr??nien kwew (want..! lo .-e them, her* was nag ' rittoma. left in the bowse ' Am er .can OMos<s CaterfasaadL tBy AsnsiSSMSl Pn?t RRKST Nor. .V The ? ry of Rreat. gave a brilliant : ment tad haR at see cuy j rwr.rng la asener ?f Capceas ! R. Howe d. commander of las : Plrl son ef tee I'nlted RtVe? I geet. ard tne mher rafleeia.