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8A.T"RD*Y EVENING, OCT. 16. 1W9.
Maryland Ii I pr" eat confronted with ciudciou* rmilar tn those through ?rbi b the Old D .minion emerged tri aonpisnt for y years sgo when tbe white ?ofl'-gins ar 'te ea amse aod by a large rn jDHtf sr med under republican mle with (arpeibaggi^m, n*grj domination m<i ever) thing else which went to lorn tb* al ol thc kite which bad for severs1 yeare tl -td r,?er V rgiuia. The better element ot oar Ricer lie now desiri* to throw ? fi the negro who bas csst a aable cloud otoi M ryland almost since tbe s.cu d >esr ct tbe civil war wben by a r>*yon*t voe ulavery was abolished nod the sltte blighted by republicanism The Balintore >uo of this rrorniog baa a pkture <f a woman personifying *'S nthern Marv Rici." Tbe woman lc tied toa s?ke wi'b ropes rfpreaentirg "negro polities," "bUckbelt," "demil alir-d l?bor," "unre?a< ning volt" *nd "illiteracy." ihe foll .wing obsim lions are uoder this sign thant picture : Na ure b?* been lavish io h?r gifts tr tb soother* o< u-t es of Maryland Ti ? a > - ie t le soil easily improved, a mild clim ie *h n> tru.t and veg? ta es g>"W to ur a perlection. Tbe; bt-ve ailing their borders the wa ers o' tbe Cbef*p?a?e, and are penetrated bj br ad rn ri teeming with fi-h ao." oy-i"R. 6? this iavored portion of Un ?t t- ima feen distanced in the race ol rees *i J "taltb by less favored eec F r ji un while S:. Mary'1 c.ty w te uuotrr tbe goveromeot of of ten I* e ected by the negroes no inaor an' ci m^any ia Bil.tmore would insuri property in the county. Tbe best ele? ment of (he white people o'ten refuser to ran f r effice or take patt in publii afliirs. The republican primaries, whicl' are nothing nure than negro meetings, are often noisy and sometimes riotoe and a public nnieaace. People batt been deterred by tbe political negrot from g-iirg to tb?t part of (be staie t liv. Southern Maryland appeals to th< whi'e ptople of the city and the upper coin titre for relief from thraldom. It appeals to whi'e republicans as well ai to white democrats. In the face of tbe above facts, a num? ber of ministers of the gospel of Balli? more, for r?a?oos best known to them? selves, have expressed 'heir disapprove! of any methrd-i calculated to bring about relief from such condition*. Dk John B Murphy, tbe noted Chicago ?urg-on, wh o has just returner from Eur; p , brings tbe message thst medical iuves igstors sre hy'ng siege to the cancer er. g'o i "as ezploreis have to the North Pole." He thought it proba ble that more tban one man would ar? rive at tbe cause of cancer at the same time. In b's t pinion, tbe victory would be achieved wilbiu five yeats. Dr. Mur? phy baa just been attending the Ioter naumai Medical Congress at Budapest!-, an! brought a te* tientment for cancer. It i^ , r aa soi n ai tbe disease maoii'-t-M i -til it.-temi of walting mau; moa hs. lie found that Anerica wan well in tbe lead lo or g'nnl medical re ?e?t'jii. aod tbut seium or vaccination tre '.meat ere must popular ia infectious dim *?>(?*. CoMaflBMOa merchants to Richmond, it is raia, ai- eodenvi ring to accure tbe> reienl or Rm*'>'1me3,. of tbe prpseot game la*, so aa to permit the sale of partridge and pheasants. They have sent ont a circular letter to "? nntry la i owners" calling h tent on tn the fact tbat if ihe land owners dt ie a chani/e in tbe law they should secure pl*i'gis from tbs candidates for tie leg. lelstare at one*), lt into be hoptl that leg stative cai<1i la pa wi,I pay ni atten tlon l . null t r, u'srs. The (ramp lure of n e e a p fro too 1 x at preeent and if ever these an not ni re strict] j enforotd it will ny ' ? rc. game will be ext ;n V Titr opt o.ui ? n .ah Dakota has |ul bdd tba. aa agreement by a re tir.u' (.ar uer "ooi to engage tor the rest wo year*" io tbe sane city in comp'tin .a with a busintBs * !d io "the manner af ressid" was violated by tbe en tm ^ | suth partner into Ibeemploy meot a* a rcansgingclf rk of a third per eon wbrm clich retiring partner was in ?trumrn'H . g to i pen a rival buslnea* m jam Hih original firm, and twa- ht d :fa' men violation *boold be enjoined at the suit ot the purchss'ng i > ? ? r linton. lOormuondeu * *? 'nf Alexandra Garett*,) Washington, 0:t. 16 Tbat tbe Insldi ins p-llagra disease exist* in many p Mei* in tbe sooth ia shown by rein r * frc m surgeons of tbe po bin bia, h sod cinrioe hospital ?ervic just rece ved by burgeon General Wymnn. At \V Imiogton, N. C , it n'erns to be a c tumon tblaf, fur Bargoon (lardner, iu bis report, referx to it an an anru.l visitation. Its ap pearsr < ia tba: citv and vicinity, he eare, w?s this >ear di iayad unt'l June bu' since tba: tim? about frrty cate* have bren under osaervaiion by local pbyalcikDs aod three of four deaths have o*en rtpi r ed as due to this cause. One i-f tb* local medical men gave lt as bi* cpinuo that tbere bud bein a marked Increase in the number of case* but thst lha type ot tbe dasesae le muih milder thsn ia formrr year* and it is n"w more nearly tba- wen in July. At Beaufort, S. 0., there hare been eight cases all of which proved fatal. Al Georgetown, 8. 0., there have beeo only six .case* brought to tbe attention of Surgeon Moorer daring tbe last five years. Of these one went Inaane and tbe others recovered. There is one sus? pected csse at Jacksonville, Fis., which came from Atlanta, Gs., and another at Hampton Springs, Fla. There were two esses st Key West laat year but none this yesr. Mrs. Taft, wife of tbe president, ar? rived in Washington today from Beverly, M'M., showing plsinly tbe benefits of her sommer rest. Hhe was accompanied by Mrs. Louis P. More, her sister. Sec ra ary Carpenter met tbe train and es c rt*d Mrs. Taft and ber sitter to the White Boase. Lieut. Uol. Smith ?. Leach, assistant chief of the engineering corps ot tbe army, di?d at tbe Emergency Hospital today. Oil. Letch, wbo was one of tbe bett known engineers of thst branch of the service, entered tbe military Acad? emy st s cadet in 1871. Io answer to tbe request of the Na? tional Geographic Society, a telegram whs received today fr m Commander Peary by Prof. Willis L. M >ore, preai den of the organisation, saying: "Will bsve materiel in Washington by Wtd aetday tbat I trost will answer the society's purpose." Pesry had been in? formed that it wea tbe desire of tb* noard of managers of the society at its Hefting next Wednesday to aot upoo ni* cl*lms of reacbiog tbe pole. Wilbur Wright gave each of his pupils a ride In the government aero? plane early today before the wind cam* np, at tbe aviation field at Oollege Park.Mi. fie fl w with Lieut. Bamphrey 18 minutes and with Lieut. Labm 14. fae transposion of one of the front mrirnital steering planes to the rear of he m?chin? ls regarded by Wright sb a <reat improvement. It hat practically eliminated tbe fore aod aft wabbling that formerly bothered the aviator. John Fleming, a well-known citixsn ?br knocked down this morning by a slitting car In the car bain on M street and killed. THE COMING ELEOTION. Two weeks from next Tuesday the viters of thia state will select the officers who will guide their affairs. Tbe demo? crats have chosen bb the staodatd barer of their psrty Judge William Hodges Mann. Everything ls fair in war aod there may have been aome hareb things said daring toe campaign in political debate by both contestants for the guber? natorial honor in order to gain suprem? acy. Theae ari usual occurrences in both parties, fiat the hatchet it buried and tbe defeated and successful candi? dates are vieing with escb other io ta attempt to sgain steer the good old demo ciaic ship to port No plausible reason an be fonod for changing the conditions which exist today. The safety of the commonwealth demaods tbe return of be democratic party to power. No floger of scoro uso be pointed agsinst tbe management of the affairs of stste. The democratic psriy bat been libersl to 'he old soldier who sacrificed everything for the state, it has been good to tbe public schools, it has proven itself tbe friend of good roads ia tbe improvement of public highways Ac. The state's credit is better than ever and there is not one scintilla nf teason for turning tbe stste over to the republicans Every? one knows the record of the republican party?composed of capitalists wbo ob? tain great wealth as a result ot combines, combinations aod trusts. Tbe working? man bas had ample opportunity to test the promises of the republican party, snd it is generally presumed that he bia not been reenact to that duty?for he owes it to bia family. He ls naturally wise to conditions and Ree* no reason to twap horsrs in the middle of troublous ?raters. No honest maa of the people is discontented with the sphere in which providence bas teen fit to place bim as long as he receives his just dues, bot when those "boro-to-tha purple" try to tample the life out ut him and raite tbe price of foodstuff* until be and bit family are obliged to subsist on the pocrest tbe country sfLrds or stsrve altogether, he mutt expect "toap-box oratory," or something worse when the borden comet too heavy, doring which time it be? hoove! tbe capi alists aod their asso? ciates to hie themselves to Europe sod spend their time io automobiling tbat country. No, fellow democrat, the time has not ts yet come when tbe state ol V rgioia can b? given over to the repub? lican party. Vote for Judge Mann aod the whole ticket and as your chief ex? ecutive be, tbe judge, will be an honor to thc state snd those wbo elect him. ARRESrED MHS HURRlTT. Willism B. Farrell, wbo arrested Mrs. Barratt, charged with coutpiracy in tbe aseassicatioo of Lincoln died at the Hudson River Sate Hitpral at Pooghkeepsle, N. Y., on Thursday, aged 70 yeara. Mr. Farrell's end esme suddenly, cloding sn unfortunste life snd adding ano her grim chapter to tbe tragedy at Ford's Theatre. Mr. Farrell, s lieuten? ant io tbe onion cavslry, wss stationed in Wa>hirgton on the night of tbe at sass.cation. He obtained a cloe tbat led bin io arrest Mrs. Surratt, He took an impoitant part io Mrs. Curran's trial aod was rewarded bv tbe govern? ment with a gold medal. But tbe neme? sis tbat bas pursued every one connected with this historic cate, at the records show, waa on bis trail, and 26 yeara ago Lieutenut Farrell became insane as a result of a fall from bis horse while in the army. R. E. Laming, of Poughkeepsie, was appointed a c nominee of Farrell's person. Farrell wat never violent, aod his guardian frequently entertained hits in tbe oily by atiug bim to tbe theatre aod dinner-.. He elsi tried to collect for hiss s re? ward of $5,000 offered by tbe govern? ment for tbe arrest of each ol tbe Lin cola contpiiators, but wss unsuccessful. Unconfirmed Rumors. Parin, Oe. lb.?A rumor, ihe source ol wbicn cannot be tiaced, and which is not confirmed at tbe ionign t ffice of the Spanish embassy declares that King Al? fonso of Spaio was assassinated tn Mad? rid today. London, Oct. 16. ?There ie no coo firma'i'w here of the report from Paris that King Alfonso bas been assassinated ?nd it is not geoer*lly credited. At the Spanish embtRty it is steted that no word ot any tr .able io Madrid retched them aod it it fated that the Spanish capital was tranquil when the last mes? sage received from there was sent. New. of tbe Day. Tbe new $20,000,000, h?rbor atDnver wt* formally opeaed yeaterday by King Edward. After a sesrch of 40 year* a Charlotte, N. C., man yesterday fouod tbe grave of his father, a Confederate soldier,at Win? chester. Because he wat inspected of recant bomb ootrsges In Sweden, Prof. Martin Ekenburg, s well-known Swedish scien? tist in Loodoo, has beccm* demented. Friend* nf Cisrles R. Crsne, tbe Chicago millionaire, who was dismissed ss minister to Chin, ssy he it tbe victim of a political intrigue snd bint st reve? lations. Emperor Willism yetterdsy saw Orr vllls Wright sake a btlf hnur't flight neiir Pondam, G ;rmsny, and discussed with tbe American aviator the merits of the aeroplane. Data given out by the centut bureau shows thst tbe vsloeof Virgmis's fisher? ies Itu year wss $4 715 740. The mott importsot cstch whs 3 672 100 bushels of oysters, worth $1,966 660, for market purpose*, snd 1,402 9u0 nutheit of the aame for seeding otes, valued at $381, 120 "econd io importance was a catch f 7 314,400 pounds of tbsd ?or'h $486,070 This follow* 190 089,200 poundt of menhaden va u.-d at $429 060; 246 100 ho-heli nf cUma valued at #379,620; 28,001,100 oouodt ol hard cr.-? valued at $231,960 aod 27,884, 7u0 poaods of alewives or river herring valued at $170,840. Virginia New*. William F. Fox, for mtny years tu penodent of public schools ol Richmond, oied at bis home in that city Iset nigbi, Tbe deceased wss editor of ihe Virginia Educstiotal Journal for many year*. Rev. Frank Stringfellow, rector of the churches in upper Powhatan county, bas been called to tbe churches ia lowei Albemarle county, recently separatee from Grace church, Oiamont, and form? ing a new work. Mrs. Anoa Sierrod Coleman, widow of Dr. Clayton Granville Coleman, dier: at her home io Richmond yeaterday ol paralysis, with which she wss Rtricket a week ago. Dr. Coleman died a yetti sro Mrs. Coleman wst Mies Breedin, of Winchester. Rev. Robert A'kinton M .yo, rec or ol Christ church, West River, Maryland, bas been call'd to the rectorship of S Paul's church, Haymarket, in succession to Rev. Carry Gamble, who resigned t few months ajo to accept a call to Hunts ville, Alabama. Congressman J. Hampton Moore, president of the -. iintic Deeper Water ways Association, anoourjced in Phila? delphia last night Ibat he had completer, arrangements with the Hudsor-Fultor Celebration Committee of New York foi the taking of the Clermont and Hal Moon to Norfolk, where they will be or. exhibition daring the Deeper Waterway! Convention November 17 to 20. Htrry Blend was shot aod probably fatally wound,d by Herbert T. Tab ir, s collector, nt Broad ttreet and the H me? nard In Richmood yeaterday tfierooon Band, it is said, was walkiug rciosr thi field at Brosd street and the Boulevard when Tabor drove op io a boggy. Wheo be taw Bland hettopped, took deliberate aim and fired. The bullet enterec Blaod'a back. Tabor stood near liii victim for 15 minutes, presumably wait lng for an officer, and then drove to tbi police station aod surrendered, leaving Bland in the field. MR. CARLIN'S SPEECH. Hoo. C. C Carlin, the efficient rep resentstive inOoagress from this dittrlc, spoke to a Isrge snd appreciate audience last Fridsy night in Memoris Hall. It wss tbe consensus ot all pre seat tbat Mr. Oarlio made a very ttroo| speech, refuting thoroughly the charger of extravtgaoce io tb* democratic part] pat forih by Messrs. Kent, Brent A Co, Mr. Carlin amnted his hearers verj much wheo he told how Mr. Kn', tbe republicen osndidste for governor, wsi going over the stste sttscking tbe demo crats for being too extrsvsgsnt with tht public moneys for tcho ls, rosds aoc pensions, aod then simon io tbe stm< bri alb promised tbst if elected be would see that tbe roads, schools aod soldien received even more tbso now. No bettei s'umper thsn Mr. Osrlin hts entered the campaign, and, by the way, we be lieve that we are warranted In saying tbat tbe 8.h District nevtr had a bet'ei representative in Congress. He ir t htrd and toccessfol worker for the bes! iaiamtg of every part of ivt dirrict and we doubt if be has any oppotition next year for the nomination again. Tbi people up this way certainly R?em wei pleated with hisstewerdsuip.? [G irdoni vnle Gisette. THE SYNOD OF VIRGINIA. The 1221 vision of tbe Prebyteriat syt od of Virginia wa* opeoed io thc Divit Memorial Ohorch at E kim, W. Va., yesterday, by Rev. A. M. Fraser, ot Staunton, who pretched tbe opening sermon. Dr. C L. Pattie, of Char lottesville, was chosen modmtor; Rev. Jaine* P. Smith, of Richmond, S atc clerk, snd Revs. J. B M*s*ey, of Au gutta, and T. W. Hooper, of Culpeper, conven'ion clerks. Tbe Rev. H, H. Swea'e, of Louisville, arouted much interest with an address dealing with ministerial relief and education. Rev. W. W. Moore ipokt in behalf af Richmond tJnion Theol gi cal Seminary, of which be is president Rev. H. Tucker Grshsm, for Hampden Sydoey; Rev. R. H. Flemiog, for th< synod'* Home for Orphans, at Lynch? burg, and Rev. J. H. Henderlite, foi the Assembly Home aod School, a Fredeiickshorg. Former Gov. R. B. Glenn of Nortl Carotins wss the speaker st a pc bile meeting at the opera boote last night, making a ttrong appeal for ml at I mary work in some of the southern tta'et. N*w York Stock Market. New York, Oct. 16 ?Prices showed rob staotial receatio's from xiterday's, big! close at the opening of the stock market thu mornin g. The market showed from the start irregu larity in price movements during th- rir? boar Lo?*ea ranging np to 1 point in th. first few morned* were recovered bat I a tn under profit-taking and some bearish pret sun they again fellofl DIED. At 8.16 p. m October 14, 1909, at the reai deuce of har daughter. Mre. J. Yrc^ Birrd' Mr*. E. A. PrtOCTOB. in the 66th jear o her age Funeral tomorrow. Sunday, after noon at S o'clock from the Second Preshytenm '"burch. Friends and relative* inviutd ^Washington and Baltimore paper* pleat loopy. Today's Telegraphic News I Qrav* Conditions io Spain and i France. Hendaye, France. Oct. 16.?The fall of the Spanish cabinet is predicted todty by pertons srrivlng here from Madrid, who ssy that tbe opeoiog sestion of tbe Cortex yesterdsy clearly demonstrated thst tbe liberals will control the session. The expected coalition of the heretofore wirring liberal factions hat Uken plice, ?nd they now present sn overwhelming n sj irity, which is likely to block the government st every band snd force the Cabinet's resignation. Madrid newspapers contain no men? tion of the revulsion of feeling that is sweeping over Europe ss s result of Fer rer't execution. The tim of tbe govern meat it to keep the public in complete ignorsnee of the true condition! and every word thst is printsd io tbe news pspers of the capital mott first pan through tbe bsndt of * censor. Oerbere, Frsnce, Oct. 16.?A second bomb explosion near the Cstbedral in Barcelona took plica this morning, ten persons being injured, three of them fatally. Today's explosion followed s bomb ontrsge io front of the bishop's house yetterdsy, the two explosions oc? curring within fifty feet of esch other. Tbe deitrnction of the cathedral wu evidently intended. Paris, Oct. 16 ?The rupture of dip? lomatic relation! between France sud Spain it believed to be imminent today as a recall of the protest from Spain againtt ihe action of a number of Fr*ocfa muoicipal coancils in ordering all fltgi oo public building! draped with crape and balf-maated io memory of Francisco Ferrer, the Spanish revolutionist, wbo was execuUd in Hircelona Wedopsday, In tcores cf French cltie* aod towoi the municipal authoritlet have thown sympathy with the aoti-Hpanisb sgiia tort, snd tbe Spanish government lt to? day complaining bitterly tbat the French government, by refuting to punith such dereliction of official doty, hss wantonly eocoursged it snd is, In reality, resp rn sible for tbe demonstrations now occur ring throughout France. These domomtrati ni are growing in intensity, rather thea diminishing, and the government lt .i.-eply spprehensive lett the situation will shortly get beyond control. Should Spaultb property be attacked, as ls almost inevitable, ot Spanish tutjectt injured, Spain will surely dementi hesvy reprisslt, the pay? ment cf which would caute a tremen? dous uproar all over Fraoce. Paris, Oct. 16 ?S>ci*li*t Deputy Jaure'i p?per, Huruanite, Issued an extra today appealing to all socisliats, revolutionists sod snarchists io Psrii hjiI itt environi to gstber tomorrow st 3 o'clock for sn anti-military and anti? clerical demonstration. Similar meet inge have been called it. a hundred oitiei of France, and co concealment ii at? tempted of the government's fear thal tbe day will bring forth bloodshed. Ic Parla trtrj effort is being made to meei the situstion. Troops will swsrm through the city and the police force bas beet uugmeoted by hundred! of deputies anrj special officers. The guarding of the Spanish embassy continues unabated, and duriug today and tomorrow tbi block where the embmy is situated wil be closed to the public. Lt Guerre SocUle, in an extra editlor inaed today, irges tbe revolutlooarlei t j aasemble 100,000 Krong ia tbe vicinity of tbe Spaoiih embassy at 2 o'clock -uoday afternoon to ilog revolotiocar; songs snd cr/ "Down with Spain," I urget them to leave ibeirarmi at homi ao'l not to provoke tbe police. "Content yonnelvet with shootiof your contempt of all thlogs Spanish "tbi p.per concludes," and if the police thug' molest we can come back agalc and lake the ttreett by force aod biocc as io r.ther demoottratioit." I' is believed the crowd that will tr) to force itt way to the Spao'ih embus) tomorrow will exceed 200,000 and thi tuthoritiss are plainly much alsrmed. Taft and Diaz Moot. Ei Paso. Texat, Oct. 16.? President Taft of the United States greeted Freed dent Diix ot Meaico today. While thi chief executive! of the America repub lid exchanged expressions ol triendsbif and good will cannon boomed a ssluti that echred and re-echoed across thi Rio Grsnde. The modern business houses of E Paso, aod the adobe building of old Jua"r, across the river wert gay with the flans of the two na ions aod crowdi of Mexicans and Americana swsrmed tbe s'reeta, mingled, shook bsnds and repea ed the expressions of friendship. j exchanged by their presidents. Thc business institutions of both cities sre i losed todsy sod thc people of tbe whole torronnding country sre having s holi 1 day in honor of the occasion. Tbe pro j gramme which begsn with the arrival i y-s erday of Preaident Ditz and his et I cort will not close until an exchange ol i visi'- across tbe river occurs. Tbe presi 1 denn hive been enteiUlned by escfa oth?r snd the banquet tonight in thc ' custom bouse of Juarez it over. Naked Man Caught Columbia, Pa , Oct. 16 - A nudi mao who bad been spreading terroi through' o' Manor township was captur? ed Isle 1 bundar afternoon by Oonttible* Cimpbell snd Walk. He taid be wai Amos McCumsey, 26 vesrs old, of Col ambis. Hs is io jail. McOuintey frightened mioy women hy j imping in front of them ss they psssid along s road. Miss B ancbe Hartman, a school ?etcher was hu chief victim, and lt wal thr.agh her appeal 'o the conttablet thst McOums'y was rauzh . Every afternoon he would wilt for Mist Hariman tod jimp at her from his place of hiding. Oe Thursday the conitiblei wa'ched the fellow, who di? vested himself of his clothing wheo he hf ari tbe icho.l bell ring for dltmitiiog the pup ls. He theo hid behind ao oak ! tree. It happened that Min Hartman's , tchool wat vieited that afternoon by the Rev. R. R. BattvTwick, who ttirfd down the road with the young woman. When the man in hidicg s*w the preich j ir he crunched low. Then tbe cons'.i ; Ide* grabtxd bim. The Ketcbel-Johnion Fight. K.anciiC', 0*iif , Oe. 16 ? With both meo tr* ?ed to the limit, 1 and the pro*p<-cts good f >r one of the .larval crowd* evtr dr*?o by a prt l|kt io tbii lind . f h;g pa"*". 'be sue ce** of tie ^t?oley Ketchel-Jick Jobr 1 * .0 fight at Coles ton afternoon seem a sured. All of the trouble that teemed I impending yesterday b?4 been "tiled I sod there it apparency "0 relton n w j why the scrap ihould oot be palled < ff on ech-du'e t me. F,"a0 both tamps . lode; came expression* ol confidence. Stato-Wld* Prohibition. [Special Dispatch to the Alexandria Gazette.] Richmond, V* , Oe. 16 ?The Roi noke anti-iaioon league through Law; er J. D. Johnson, its president, snd ibe execotive committee, (oday iitued a de? tailed atstement illigiog fiaod, aod de? claring thst the receot election returns were no more sn honest expreaiion of the will ol tbe people tbsn the verdict of a bribed jury is the voice of jns'ice The stttemeot adds tba', the drys of Roskoke ire uo'ted in tbe demso-j lor ?tate <?ide pmblbitioo ss their only hope of a iqatre deal Basebill. Detroit, Oct. 16 ?Detroit is base? ball msd today. Pittsburg snd De? troit! are scheduled to settle tbe fight for the world's cbsmpionthip thit after noon aod the tattle will probsbly be the hsrdeat contest ever seen ia a world's serifs. Tbe betting shortly before the gsme sttrted was 8 to 5 in favor of the De treitt. Tbe first toning resulted Pittsburg 0, Detroit 0 At the ead of the third ioning tbe score PitUbury 3, Detroit 0. Face to Face, Flrit Time. Dtrby, Pa., Oct, 16 ?Faiher and son, markedly resembling each other, yet never having m?t, got together ic the Buttonwood Hotel here yesterday. Each bears tbe name Daniel Roberts, tbe former is 50 aod the latter 25, amt they found oat after a little tslk tbat tb* original home of each was Roanoke, Vj. thea the talk weat on to receot and early personal comparison of notes, whee the elder man, brushing a tear frnm hit face, pot forth hil haod, exclaiming: "Dan, I'm yoor father, though I never ssw you he.'ore. I left Roanoke before you were boro, lad, aod later I hamed by letter that your mother had died upon yoor arrival sod supposed that you bsd teeo buried with her. Dao, my double grief at tbat tim* kept me away from the tooth, aod 1 have never since been back there; etd here we are, father and soo, f*ce to face for the firs) time la our lives! Ob, my boy!" They emt need. McCarreo'* Condition. New York, Oct. 16.?At 8\ Cathe riae't Hospital, io Brooklyn, it was stated today that S.'astor McCarreo, who wss opcrateu oa Wednesday night fir appendicitis, passed a restful night. t Ttje doctors '?tate that the crisis will bp | resched today. IAt one o'clock Dr. Hughes stated that Senator McCarreo showed marked improvement and tbat he again hid Krong hopes for his recovery. McCsr ren dosed at iotervsls throoghout tbe morning, snd did not seem to be suffer? ing much pain. Tb* Laymen's Missionary Movement. Bufhb, N. Y., Oct. 16?The Isy men'a missloosry movement for tbe evangelism of tbs world in this genera? tion will be Isunched tonight st a ban? quet at Hmgerer's, arrangements having been made to test five hundred pereoDt. The olject of the movement ls tn place tbe gotpel within the resch of tbe one billion persons yet unevangelised Tn do this it wiil nquire 40,000 missio? naries aod contributions aggregating $80,000,000 anousliy. All tbe churches will bare to co-operate il thi* is ta be sccomplished. Suicide. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 16,?After carefully completiog arrangements foi his own funeral, uoder tbe pretense thst be was plinning for the burial of a relat? ive, and after having left sufficient money for the payment of his hotel bill, Charles M. Gins, said to be a scion of ft prominent aod aristocratic family of Boston, Mass , went to bis room in the Continents! Hotel early today and killed himself by sening a bullet through bis brain. '^_ Atttck on Cathedral. Rome.Oct. 16 ?Repot te from Pit* to day declare tbat the world famous cf the drsl there, which wss attacked yester? day by a mob, wis bat little damaged. The mob tried to burn tbe cathedral, but lt was dr'vea away before the flames had got a start. The mob then turned its sttention to the lesoing tower of Pisa, adjoining the catbedrsl, bot here again the police actively checked it be? fore serious damage wa* done. Billy Boy Commits Suicide. Stn B'roadino, Cal , Oct. 16 ?Half attrved snd without smmnnitioo to staod off tbe officers wbo bad peened bim io a mountain pass, Billy Biy, the Piate Indian murderei, Bent hit lstt ballet crashiog ioio bia own heart and fell lifeless on the rocks, tccordiog to word received here today. The officers cremsted the outlaw'* body on the edge of the desert. Killed by a Train. Little Falls, N. Y., Oct. 15 ?Philo W. Caster, aged 52, wu killed while driving scrotB the West Shore trscks here today. He was heed of the Cister Book Case Oompaoy, of this city, sod piomioent in democratic politics. He wa* born io Brooklyn aod for years wat a member ot the New York Prc dace Exchange, IMPORTANT AUCTION* SALE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY SOX) PACKAGES Unclaimed Freight. Peroels, Baggage, Trunks, Valisea. Barrels, Pox**, Crates, Etc. Thursday, Oct. 21,1909, At 10.30 A M , S07 KING STREET Alexandria.Virginia. ii. H. hunt, Auctioneer. ocl?6t .FOP.. SATURDAY Pound, Fruit and Molasses Fruit Cake 16c Per Pound. We will also have delicious Walnut Ice Cream. Order acme for your Sun? day dinner. H. BLOCH. ??r Both Phone*. Lead Heater's lubricating Liniment _ ?pavin?eaay un th* kora*, too, 26 cents p*r : i1"* i We have them ?-?? f goodreffle^eaWakefield Rye OUR LEADING BRAND. !S3S>' LOWENBACB BROS. S?? REA^STAT*. ON TOP OF SHOOTERS HILL Nearly two acres of land improved by seven room frame dwelling in floe condition, with good outbuild? ings, commanding a charming view of surrounding country This property adjoins George Washington Park, Section No. 2. New eg ht room Dwelling on Duke street extend? ed with four acres of land; excellent well of water; fruit trees of all kinds Beautiful view of surrounding country, and unsurpassed for ideal country home. o o o??a ? o Further particulars at my office. John D. Normoyle KIVG AND ROYAL STREETS. JRWELERST It wis tuted in New York tbi* after? noon tbat Otsip Gabrilowitch, tbe Bns s aa pianist wbo receo'ly msrried Clara Clement, daughter of Mark Twain, has cancelled their pssssge to Earope wbieb wis to hsve been began tcdsy. He bu appendicitis and trill be operated oo Monday. Ht Thomas Lipton and James J. Jeffries were fellow-pstseogers oo tbe s'eamer Lusitaois which sailed from Siotbsmpton for New York todsy. ^M^I?dENTS. OPERA H^USE ENTIRE WEEK OF FUN. Martin Link Blackface Comedian and wooden shoe d sneer. MISS ABBIE SCHOFIELD The Favorite Little Soubrette. Tom Vernon Celebrated Joggler. NEW PICTPRE8. Admission 10c. Children under 12? 5o. Dresm Thester open with I reels of motion pictures frcrn 7.30 to 10 p. m. LENA Kl VKHS -Monday night only. Admission 100. 25e, 36c arni 60o. Peat* on sale at War Celt's or at boi office. SURPRISE THEATRE. Thnradty.Friday.Saturday BIG FEATURE BILL. A Japanese Troup A Hiyh-Clats Novelty. The Great Carroll Handcuff and Chain King. Charlie George BJ>.ekface Corned Ito. Matine* every Saturday from 2 to F. 5c to all. GEJ^'JFIILNI'J HINOS^ THOUGHT LOOK AND A Over oar new fall and winter stock ot in's and Boys' Clothing Will secure and re'a'n ycur coofideoce in our ability to piesse you io style aod price. Suits from $10 to $18. Trousers from $2 to $6. Oar line of simples for msde-to measure garmeott ii unusually large and bright. Suits from $15 to $35. (Fit guaranteed ) lo Haberdashery! Jfk,* sud price will do tbe rest. All goods marked in piala figure'. o?o?o R.LEE FIELD No. 612 King St. R-ll Phone 24?. WANTED-HORSES Will ezchinge $700? equity in $i,7u0 lm- I Droved dwelling in N'ortLeaat Washington? j 'at fi Te good country horses. ?. L. NEVINS, Jx. 1336 II Streat, Northeatt, Washington, D. C ' ooUo St mm HALF IHE TIME ilalf of the watches the people carry ure nor doing their best work- And really not the fault of the watch. Perhaps not cleaned or thought about for years, how could a watch be expected to render good service? vVe are aoltcitingr your watch work We are able to render you unquestioned satisfaction. B. W. WILDT & SON. 10f? North Royal Street. Bell Phone 453 J. DRY GOODS. Irish Point Lace Ranging in Prices from $5.98 -TO $ 15.98 0. Beiidlieiiri and Sons 316 King Street. BELL'PHONE. HOBIE'PHONI Honey is ? thing that talks, "It maka* the the tweet**! voioe of anything we jingi* %, iare go," about I It ha* ah know; IVs like t) hear th* nia?ic of niel int> dimes, > ind nickel* make the do'l^^JKhan ?oa count them twenty times. Jsjr and to the gtrce coujm ., our (^fte* not our tea, ir* P C.Va?egf*t*y "J/mak* nc ? W? - *? ^.a^tof-Vr. making ar* th. bigg**t "^^^ywectnnot grown big u VEUjU?t?1Ht'e lin*? of ?>?/?? .lier dollar- pretty live.y,.bot .ight of theficfhat the kind i set, the ttropaihetKhe - that ineaaure up io i Beekcas THFAB We cb we d') not lo ?rori thf * iie ? ? tliian ? ta! ? of a Ot The Canj" q,^ Luni H[NsHAV*?ndBATCHtL OPENm^LL NI0HT pHI'-m Pine, L? t?een Priace i >K containing nj f,(/tt with thf name o-, ,-, Muit^ble rew?n ft r>?te Mreet stiee or on Ro\?l ? King, * PfCK? som of nj'ihev aod ' f A. K. ur?y, the o? sW iu return to 1 octiaSi OKK WANTKD wbo ba* employ ooo boure, aanta a _, rork from 8 a. m. o?a0l ,*/crt* Office. sibiNDrcEMtnil. 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