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_l'E*DAY EVENING. MAB. 22, 1910
lnr. eitrcises in ihe _"tu-ig People'a BjiI i.ig la-t night in cunoectlou witb tio c iebrail jq of tbe annirersarr of the fo:i>/icg of Potomac lodge ol Odd Fd lo*g were, at beretofore, of a most in t reetiug nature aad were much ecpycd not ool/ by Odd Fellowa but all preaent czperienced the lospiratioo ol tae occasiou. M*ny gcod thinge bav? a*. ti-tus beeu uUered concernlog O.d P^tjin&c Ljdge, cbcriabed Alexundri iMtltctUiM t is, aud all rrjoice that in ia stre aod jtllow leaf it ls atill mac llett'Dg the vigor ol joutb. Potomac Lodge ib a-s d-ted witb taree genert tiooa of AUxandnaos. Ita preaent membtra as well as tht> many who havt iaid aBlde the p:l_nm atafl and paid the djbt of uature in by-^onedafa have enr b^en regarJtd aa amoog oar beat citi v,9D8. Tne old lodge building lt.el' eaters iutj tue eailieet recollectlo-a acd bas loog been one of Alexatdria'e Cheriehed la-dtnarks. Over fcalf a ceo tu;y ago the fir,t fliorol the lodge balld iog (otfore tbe front waa added to tbe ?tractnrr) w-sustd by tbe late James Kirfc, ? ^rrotr Presbylerlan mlnister, bb b achooi, and la:er ty Rav. Fatber Rxh ard L. Carne, who conducted 9t. John'a Ac&deioy. Above the doorwBy waa a baman op'.lc in gilt reyreseuting fit "All seucg fye." Tbe Itti of that gertr-tico bad tu*. little compreheoatOD of tbat stnkiog symbol, Lut lttjr maoy b.came OJd Fellows aud aa men paaaed under tbe same when they bad a betttr uodtrstaodicg of its import and realited that an elNseoing eye Ib fixed opon us all and is atill va.chiog over the tlmi hooored lodgr. The aigoiflcant symbol briogs to ro'.ad a acrap of aucient hlstorj BDdeh.'iva bow rttuhcan beexpreaaed ln a aimple 6igu or in a few lettets. Io cla?? aic days a renowDed GrecUn teraple had bat two lettrr* ( i?".h:u ait") over i:e doorway. No dcnbt U.tto Greeks gtz'.d upon .he l.t'/.rs o.t;n wiib no concej.. t on ol tbeir meaniog, tu. io latsr years they became as slgaificant as the "I am*' tbe buralcir bush. Wuii.i'. maoy democrata t.rooghiu tbe cooLtry affirmed tae action of their lepreBti ativei ln votiog agaluat tbe outiiin to declare tho office of speaker o' the H ose of B prescnitt>ea v.caot Itst S.turdrj ou tue grouod tnat tbe war/sre ip tia b dy laat week waa not against ph G. Ctnnon pir8~.na.ly. lut agaiiia: tha aroltrary powrrat'ae poaition be btl I r.ptcsei Ik, will be dispoaed to Tjv.Bs tot.r ju l_i_ent ahould tbe apesker c o'ictie hleindiacreet uueraoceB. Timid ?3u's who told tbe epeaker that hu re marks btf ro tbe Illlnoia Oub on Satn; d>y nigtt, wheo he dcoounced tbe it eurgenU who bad not voted to cuit bim from tbe tpeakerahip tbat a'lernoon aa "oiward?," were u iwiee, got litt'e a_: iefa t oo from Mr. Caunoo, acd his at t ule to, if BDyiiing, more dtfiaot tban it was on baturday afternooo, wben, ataadlng at bis deek juit after the Norris reaololi n ibat br ke his iron rale bsd passcd, be chill-ig'd the lljase to alez' a new ?peaker. "B-? awift to bear and slow to speak," is assle admonition tiall. Mr. Gai>ncn, grett as he haa be come, will be compelled to take lesBona li br d'ing the tougue iu the evening ot fa'a llft*, and remember that migutier ooes tbsn he have in o^er agea been tuidenl/ br. ujt t 1 w. AVOTHBB ol ul bas sprtad over tht fa'ntr-y ol hrps whichciirlng .bo patt few days bed bseo entcr;aiued for tbe r. ?mci at m of d.viitjr John V7. Danie'. While l a few bellerrd he would ever reaame bis ncrmal coodition, they wlsh cd lor tbe beat and thongbt lt possible for hlm to soScien'.ly rccuperat) to take b a place on:e more io the Ssaate Dii ruiches from D.^yiona, however, catt a dark sh&dow over such bopes, the corns being more prooonoced. Tbe membeia of .he Beuht u'a family, gathered as t oej are atound bis bedside, bave tbe siocrre ay-npaihy of tbiu-auda lo their anxioos Vigila. A'TioN t kto lu tt.e Houae yeaterday diacloaed ue fait tlut tie sscretarj ol commerce and labor has no Information relating to tbe recotds of CVramander Peary btariog upon bis diacovery of the Nor'h IVe. Ptarythmid now go and join Co^k. From Wasiiiiigton. [Corrc.a>c3uri3e al the Alexandria Oanette. WasbiDgtoo, March 22. A'tcr repeeted p?BtpDnea>ents tbe __uiagl in ihe Cuioioghsm coal land raats were tiday re.-iiiied with Mr. Lnui- R Olavis, foieman chicf of tbe SaMdivlaaoa nf the ceivrallandcffice, or tbr ataad Mr. Glavis, wbo baa been tbe trump end iu thjaccusatioos agslost r^ecrtiaiy baliioger acd tie lacd office, today appearcd at tbe call and io top. port of the governmect's caae. Tbe admioistration'a bill for tbe en laigtmtit if the army "ngineer corps waa agreed upoa hytbelliuae mi.'itary afiaits ccmm u>e today. Tbe mcasure locresses tfce ouniter of officers in the thigher gradta acd enlarges tbe Wett Poio. c aaactt lt will take tfleci Julj 1 ilit iapaaatd. Canadiao tarifl aili he tie order ol the day at tbe 8 ate Depanmett today. With tbe arrival of Oharles M. Pepper, wbo comau licated the reiuts ol ibe conferencea of President Ta t witb tbe Oaoadiao cfficiala, tha t.iift experts of the departmeot went into sraiioo with tbe view of makiog a laat at>mpt t) hlt upia ao arraogement which will avert tbe threateoed tarifl war and ec able both couotries to make t ie aoa? ceasiooB neceastry wbicb will not ioter. fere with tbeir tar ft principlcs. A' tbougb the 6.ate Depaitmett cfficiala are msking co prophtcles there is hope tbat tuch aa arraogemeot may be made be'ore the clcee of toe week yet remolc icg befcre the maxlnoam clsaae becomea operative. If the innirgectj get aoy plscea oo t je oew committee oo iti'ei to the Htme it will be becaoae tbey are retu'srly elected to the piscee by the republicm caucaa aa the cboice of the repnblican cautui aod not hetauie tbey make any demaorfs for plscea Thia waa decided today by general agreemeot amoog tbe oaod of republicsos who waotfd the sceptie of power form Speaker Oaonoo. "I waot it ooderatiod that we made t_is figbt for a priociple end oct for aoy pbs," declared Bepreaeot. tive MurJock today, and this aeerxa to be the general aentiment of bia followers ooiwitbB'andiDg the beligerant tttitade of Mr. LUyes, of Califorcis. who ia atill atigry because the sp-aker branded bim aa a coward. It looked for a while today a tbougb tbere would be a divl-ioo of seotlmeot amoog the ioBorgeots bot all ? aa patcbed up by tbe declaratioo of Mr. Ma'djtk tb?t tbey should not seek any ptsitions on the roles comm.t'.te. But tbe fact tbat tbey taa toatrol tbe .cilooB of tbe riiha committee by tbe ?ame vote by wbicb tbey over urned Oaaooo in cs?e tbey ar .? dlaaaiitfied, has emied tho change of seti men amoog the ioBurgeoU. It ia ao open secr.n thtt Mr. Qardoer, ol MaasachusettB, wbo is ihe best parllamectarian amoog tbe lo lurgeotaaodooeof tbebett io the Hooae, is not averee to goiog on the oew com uoittte aod woold probably accept tbe poa'.t'oo 1. it wera offered to him. Tbe loBQ'geota thiok tbat he ia very lair aod would oct be agaln t bia tleitioo. I le declared tbat if any ioaurgetti goes oo tbe oew committee, it will be Garduer. Aa to tbe other repoblic?n?, I*. la prub lematical. No c:u;us has ytt beco call ed aod tbere will probably not be a calt tssoed ootll later io the week. Talk in tbe lobbies t day is to tbe tflect tb't Mr. Smith, oi lows, aod Mr, D.'zell, of Penoiylvaola, members of tbe preseot iti'es comm t ee, will refose to serve oo tbe committee uoless tbecaocua demauda it. They taka tbe gr u nd tba: their admloia'iatioo oo tbe committee haa beeo rtiuiittsJ by tbe Houae. Mr. Payce, fl or leaderof t je ici ublicata will probably be a member of the committee aod there ia talk of Mea re Ditkama, ol Mlcliigao, Tawoey aod Mano are oamed for otber repu^lican placea oo the com? mittee aod Mr Gaioea, of Wett Vu gioia, 1b b oaodidtt i for a place. As l< i tbe demucrats, three of the foor membett tbat tbey willselect to cauim tomorrow night aeem to bave been agreed upir., Two are Mes?rs. UUrk ao^ Uaderwood, fl >or lesdiT and assistant fl lor ltader, r.'apectivel*, for tie mioorisy. Fiizgirali', of New York, a member of tbe preseot comm t ee may be tbe tbird member Tbere is s >r_e oppoaltioo to F tzgerald betame of bia actioo a year ago io maiotainiDg tbe preaeot rules ry a coahtlou <*t b th" Oaonon forces btt bis Iriends urge tbat be redeemrd him self io the laat figbt aod tbat Nsw York ooght to bave a pluce oo tie oew cotx m tt!e. The otber pUce will probably go t) the wes'. Mr. Cjx may get tbe place. The democratB thiok that tbe a.uth and tbe west will be sofficleotly repr*B6it d aod they wsnt to tut a rep rseeotiitive from tbe battle grouud of tte next campitgn oo tbia impoitiot ccm ?ittae. Politicsl obeervers are Btlil at ver ance aa to'be probable tflfit vf the re cent revolutiou on tie Taft legislatife progrsmme. It is admitted by everyone tba: tb: regu'ar repablicaos will bave tbe reep'jostbility of tbe new commtttee tbiuit upoo them acd tbe respoosioility for legislatfon io a large roeaaure. It la alao admlited tbat receot even ta bave prored tbat tbe temper of tbe Lf uae dr mands liberal rolea aod more chance 11 diecoBB iegialatiou before it Is pueaed. It ts prohable tbat the oew ru'es comrait tee will permit more debate oo tbe Taft pngrarame than woold have beeo allow ed uider thepresect committee aod a wider laii'ule far nueodmeot will bj allowed. Tbls Is probably the oniy cbaoge that will be maoifea'.ed tt tbls sessloo of Oongreas. A Budden sblt lo tbe attitude of tbe regulars io the Houae thia afteroooo aay meao tbe toroiog over of tha oew tn'ea committee to thedemocrati aod io u genia. Tbia wonldgive them contrtl of the m it impcrtsot committee io tbe 11 >uae acd would force upoo them re spoosibilitieB for legle'atioo. The on aet'.led aitoatioo io the camp cf tbe reg olara and rumors thvt tbe ioBurgents may be forced by the Oaoooo meo ti joio with tbe democratB ciuied Mioority L?ader Olark t) postponethe democratic caocos which bad beeo called for toolgbt t) elect the mioority m?mbera of tbe oommtt?e. The democrata wlll awalt fuu'ier UcJClopementB before bcldiog their rtiKU'. Toere eeecie to be a split lo the regolars' camp. A great tuaoy Oaooon men aie ioalsting tfcat tbe yxuiger blo;d of ihe H me ahould be given a chaoce oi the committee. Tbe refu^licao cmcui for the aelec toaofaix membera of tie new Hiose rulet commi t e will be beld Tbursday nigbt. The official pelit on for ite mretio? was clrculetpd cmong tbe mcm bera abortiy after the li >uae met this afternooo aod aooo received tbe reqaired M aignatorea. A new ahift lo tbe si uation io tbe Hjobs late today resnlted In the re ? iodlog of tbe All for a democratlc cancoa for tonight. Tbe ajatl for tb? t -o confereocta hare betn fiually fixcd with tbe republloan caucoe to meet tc morrcw nigbt and the democratlc cu-oi Thnrsds'-. The decisiooa to bold ihe drmocra'.B ciucus Thaisday wai made because of uncertalnity in the ie publicaos ranka wbetbtr the insar geois will ge* from the regulara any rep* ttBentaiion on tbe nsw committee on ittlev. Tbe democrata decided to hold cfl ?o that they conld be ready, in case the inturgfo(8 abtu'd be diasatisfied, with wl a occorred t morrcw nigbt :o j n bands witb tbeir allie* !n the Honae and seturetae aoit of committee boih fac t'ooe deem btat. Obrrgicg the "billion dollar" UolUd Statea Steel Corporation wii.a vlolation cr tbe Saerman antMrnat act and tbe Wileoa tarlfi act, PrealdeotS rxuelG^m. prrfl, of tbe American Fedeta'ion of Labor, t<day called upon Attcroey Gen? eral Wickeisham to train tbe gnns of tte Department of Jusuce agaicat the trost in an fflort to demolishtbe comblnation. The ladictmect givea an scc a it ol t e tiun'fl birtb, grontl and prcsrnt itMM Eldred Davis, formerly collfctor of taxea of the Distrlct, and Iti the ls?t few years a member of tbe board ol as sesaors, died at Atlait c City today. Gifford Pinchot, former chief forester in the figures iorointd in the coitr ? verav, baa gone to Eorope, wbere be will mett Mr. Booserelt. Senator Onlberaon, of Texaa, baa suf fered a nervcm breakdown and bar I gone to Muldoou'a farm to recoperate. JSixty-firat Ongress. (Seconri Seealon ) SENATE The Mtlitary Academy appropriatlon bill waa taken op by tae Senete today. It carries apprjxlmately $1,600,000 be* log $7'J0,000 leaa tun tae bill of but year. Tbe provieion iocreaslog the enmber of cadetaby appoiotiDgiujceasorstu th.a? completing tbree yeara of tbe conree was limlied to 'ake rix yeara duraiion, from JuU 1, 1910, at t'ie auggeetiun of rieoa tat H >le. The frature permitiina csdets found guilty of bax og to be panisbed less severiy tban dismiasal, aod makiog tbose di charged fur hazing ioeligible to reappoiotment, was adopted witboit de bat?. The bill waa then paased. Notice wss given by Mr. Gtllineer that be wtu d move to take tbe bill ap st aa esrlr dats for cocaideratioo. Senator Heyburu ia the aeoator lndi cattd by Mr. Gtliioger who dtalrea lo speak agalnst the.fi uadation hill. Some oppoaition haa developed ia the Seoate to tbe bill iocorporatlog Tbe Rockefeller FuiQda Iod. "At least ooe seott >r has notifkd me tbat hs desires to speak on this subject a*. Iingtb," asid Senator Gallinger when the bill waa reacbed In the Saoate ca' endar t jday. "Wben I reported the bill I aappoaed there would be no orj;ctioD to it." Tbe administration railroad bill wbp further a.tacked. Seni l >r Olipp apoke 11 leegth iu criticism of the mtasure nousE. Tbe naval rppropriatinn bill, whic> cair.es appruximstely $130,000,000, waa rafottsd t) ihe li-aso loiJny. It ia hoped that tbe peuvion bill will b< ed today and that debate on the uaval bill will be befcu i t morrjw. It wi ] probably rcqu re a week for (be paisagt uf naval b.il. Wben the naval bill is out of the way, tiere will be only two more appropiia tioo bills. Mr. JJhbson today filed a mioority r?port on tbe otsa&izition of tbe Nav> Dqiartmeat Hobsoo took the vii-w tbat tha naval comml'.t.'eahould bave allowed Sjcretary Meyer a free taod in tbe dc paMmeni. Declsrlng thtt the losurgerti who vitrd agaiost the reso!u ioo to ouet Mr. Oiuoon from tbe apesker'a cba;r h?d beeu "wbipped Into llne" and fiiying PreBidrnt Taft for failure to make gnod tbe piatfrm pledge* of tbe repablicao p?rt", Mr. Palmfr (lem. P*.), today delivered a sctthlng arreigoment of ihe Ta't adminittnt'on in tbe House. It was tlurlng tbe gcoeral debate on tbe penslon appropriation bill that Mr. Palmer delivered his excoritt on of tbe prtaldett aod b's remarka created a stir I a both aitfes of tbe Hoasp. Ia theccurseo! his spaech Mr, Palmer said: "Lft me remlnd tbe retublican orgao zatioa in this Ocngrees tbat wbile they cava btoa phyiog politics aod cr.cklng tbe psrty wbip ln the hope of presentlog a united froat io the battle bef re tbe people in tho /all; while they have betn bindiag fast their coalitlon with tbe preiidett, the grett Bt iosor geat of tbem all has been comfog oot of t ie jangle. Do oot coasole y.urselves witb the cslm asiiirince that in ihoae fsr ofl huatiog erounds no 'message to Garcis' has reached his a-toui.ded ears, His pariy will be more fortaoate that ita performaocea deierve if tbey do not Sod upon his retpro that bia b taerto effcc tive weapon wlil be polsed in air, ready to fall about tbe heads of thoae wbo aie responsible for tbe breacb of bis paitr's faltb." Mr. Palmer waa particnlsrly bitter ln dis'uulng Pre?ldent Taft'a ipeeches on tbe tariff aod the failare of Ooogre?s to give dowoward revisioo, News of the Day. The Italian Oabioet reiigoed, owlog to Its icability to carry tbe ahip aubaidy bill. A total cf 225 persoos aod 81 veeaela were loat a'oog the North Atluotic coaat duriog the fall and wioter. Tbe U. S. Siipreme Oourt yeaterday, after anoooocing varhut opiolooe, took t_o euitomary spriog receas aad ad jouroctl to meet oo April 4. Tbe federal looome tax ameodmeot waa laat olght adopted by the Alarylaod Houae of Delegatts aud will be takeo up by the Peoate thia week, Wheo tbe Rockefeller fooodatioo bill, was rrached po theSeoate caleodar ye>t rday S otur Heyburo oljected to Iti conaideration aod the meaaore weot over to aoother day. Petn haa givso cntice to Ohlll of tbe witbdrawal of her iegatioo at tantlago, owiDg to the exfu sioo of prieata frcm Tacoa aod Arica, MaytrOayoor of New York baa or'.'n ed the police, tbriogh Oommisaionr r Bakat, ti ceaae photograpblog for tie Boguea' Ga l'ty all prlsoners oot coc vitt?d of felooy. Tbe ii iase of Lords io committee of tie wbole yeaterday adopted the firat acd eecood of the three reso.'u.ioos moved by Lord Boaebery, to refcrm the H'ire of Lords, aod Prjmier A'rpi'.b gave ootice lo the flooas of Oooamooa of tbree reao lutions besriog oo tbe veto power of tbe Hooae of Lords. A decree waa signed by Jodge Dobler. in Oircait Ooo t No, 2, lo Bu more yeaterday, granting a divorce to Mr'f M.od Tarltoo Wincbester from ber bot. baod,M?raball Wiocheater, s wellkoowo clobmao and banker. Mra. Wiocheet r waa allowed $2CU a month alimony, acrl was awarded tbe tur.ody of their fcur childreo._ Will ba no Strlko. Ohicago, March :!2.?Firemen oo 49 weatern railroada wlll oot e-trike, accord log to jrailroad ofiiclsla hete today fo! lowlrg fie aooouocemeot tbat Ciarles P. NriH, tederal mediator under the Erdmao law, had made a defmite prop oaitioo to the Fireman'a Brotherbood aod the railroada, Today s Telographic News Stnator Daolei's Conrition D.tona, Fla., March 22?Pbyaicisna at the bedaidc of senator Juhn W. Daniel today ssy tbe condition of coma in wbich the patient haa been for daya ia becoming less prooounced and other symptoms are sligbtly encouraginj*. Tbe official bnlletin isaned today aa fol lowa: "Senator Daniel waa rather more rest leaa lsst night aod moie easily arovised than yesterday. His pnlse was fligblly elevated during the night when resileaa, but ia still tatisfsctory. Nonrishraent, ellmination, temperatnre and respi ration ccntinne good. Tba Flghtlng Ib dr??c.. Atheiia, March 22.?Io respoose to mesrageB siom Tbeaaaly thtt tbe peai ar.M were buroiog tbe coro depota in aeveral towna, aa a [ art of tbeir warfare against the big Tnrkiah land owners, tae goveroment dispaiched more toopa tc day to tbe sceoea of tbe disorder. D?puty Karaiskekl, who la fimentog the trouble in Tbeaaaly, was today ordered to retorc to Athenr. If heobejs he will be placed aoder arres\ WarrabU bave also been Isioed for tbe arrest of tae mayora of Nembegler, Larisna aod PhatBala. Ihey arr; cbargtd wi.b not tsking proper ateps t> check the bloody rkti taat took place wltbin their jurisdiciooB bttveen tbe peasanta bnd ihi land iwnarv. Oaly tiemott meager iaformtton is obtainable from tha government but tbe fatt that it ciDslderer? the situation grave eocughto aend added reioforcc meots ia indlcation of the aentuioeaf of tbe diaorder. Ravolutlonlla Acllva. Madrid, March 2_ ? Revolu'.ionary ageota are apaln waglog an active cam paigo tgain t tne government as a VB u t of ditcluiiirea tbat tie S^aolsh aod Mc roccan war was still lo progres*. wiib tu l.t Ie cbaoce of an end tj hott.litiiB lor maoy montba. A r'gid ceasorsbip, tbe i_ip<r'ectioo of Spaoisb met'ioda of c-mmuaicatioo aod tue general igonraace of tbe pop Istloo, crupled witb tie govercmtnt't recent deoial t .at fresh t'oopa were be? ing seat to Morocco, lulltd tbe country inio tbe belief thit tbe war waa really over. Ibe tboutaadB of Spanish Boldiera in M r.cco ara declared to ba nomore tban n .LIir.it tietr grouo. and an makiug no apprecla'jle progresa io tiippreaslcg tie inaorreclioo amoag tbe lt ft trioei men. litrdlya day gota by tbat tbere iaocl sktrmiabiog between the nttlvea and Spanlsb aoldiers, with the deatb liat gracudly creeplog to an appaliiog aize. Tbe Preaident la New York. New York, March 2.?3ix daya ol htrd traveliog, baoqaetlrg aod speecv makiog have oad tbeir (fl.ct oo Presldei t Tafr, and bis smile wss Uss in evldeoce tbsn u u.i' wben hc le't bis priTtto oar at Grand Cat t al BttUoa today to face a leogthy roond of New York pol t cs aod New York soclsl faoctioor. The presidect, upon leavlog his car, harried to the home of bia brother, H'nry W. Taf*, for breskfea', Ila r< m?iofd tbere dtring the moroing, res; ing up, aodcccaaionslly receivinga local polltician or two, Mr. Taft, bowever refrained from dlscassiog tbe ratoer atraioed aitut'.ion ofthe rapoblican pait, ln tiis alate. The preaident will end bis trip tonlght, leavlng for Washicgon a tjr midcigbt, and trrivicg at hom^ln t metodoada>'r work tt tbe White II in t mjtrow, New York Stock Market. New York, Mtrb 22?Ihe newa rfeveloppmeot aince tb*cose of yesterday aere of such a ie?BJtr.ng cbaiacter, noi ooly in regard to tielibor unreat, bot io otber m t er, t a a brick demacd for stoika waa ioc'ujtd, caualog a atrong tot.e at tbe opeolog of tie market, w.ti substantlal advancta io tha early tradirg all through tbe liit. At the eod of the Q ?t fifteen the eatire list raiged above yeaterday'a closing pricee. Demaod for B'.ocla became more vigon m io tbe late foreooon carryicgmsnj laaues Iwo poiots or more above yesterdtya closlng. Killed lo Colliilon. L'jxiogton Ky., March 22 ? Wroog ordera glveo by the railroad optrator at Berea tt midnigl t csuied a bead-on col liaion between two traina on the K?c t tcky Ceotral diviaion of tbe L suiavillr aod acd Na?hv lle Billway at Wbite iittlcn, near Bichmood, acd tbree people were ki led and eeveral Icjired. A atraoge frature of the accideot was tbat the wrecklng crew waa oo Its way to ilesceoe of the di-an aj before it bap pened, ne operater res -iog bis m'stake ai<j haviog i. i hVl tae malo office a' Parla of hiabiuider. A liupeleaa Deadiock Pbilsdelph'a, March 22 ?With bcth aldea bopeltaaly deadlocktd negotla'.iooa li.oking ti a aettlemoot ofthe dflarooee betweeo tbe Philadelphia Bapid Traoait (Jj~:paoy and i's atrikiog employes have been abandoned aod lotereat ahifted lo the poaaibllity of the oalliog of a atate wide atrlke by labor leaders now gathered M Wilkeabarre. Partldpaota io the nomeroos "]>>sce" coofereoces today declared theas Ives as D terly die_.u >!ed, for they see oo way of breaiing dowo the "rt.od pst" and "figbt-'-o the-anfah attitude tbat bo.h eides bave taken. Negro Attecka Youog Whltc W'oman' Eistoo, Md., Ma ch 22?Excllemet-t Is tuioioghigb herr tiday over the K reat of Wilitam Dicktr.on. colrred, cbir;ed wi h at!empt:ng lo aaaaolt Mies Aml? Grnnd, the 10 year-old daogbter ofAugust Gruod, a prosperooa farmrr liring BevaiA1 milea from I's"oo. Mies Gruod recogo!z?d Dckeraoo as ber aaaail aot. Wheo tie negro was locked up he seemed bighly excitcd aod wacted to koow if tiey "could get him." A heavy guard bad beeo tbnwn abotu Ibe jtil to prevent a poealble fynchlng. Aitcmpt to Eacape from Qovernor'e laland New York, March ?.2.?k pl'ched battle witb revohers aod rlfls between seotrieB at tha Givernor's Island dcck aod tbe crew of a power boatesrly tcday narrowly aveited ao attempt oo t e pa t of twelva of tie prisoner* io tie old fortreas ti breakcoofioemeotaod eacape. Fifteen miootes more of ooioterropted work by tbe prlsooers woold bave rc sulted io tbe delivery, accordlcg to tbe goarda. Oreitio Olaike, the actor, oephew of Edwio B)otb, aod graodson ol Juoios Biotb, died at tbe Wiojab Sanltariom, lt Asheviile, N. 0, yeaterday. Hia deatb waa doe to tub:roalar trouble. COURT OF APFEA. LS. Thit relatlvea of a national employe traveliog oa a pasa aod ejecUd from a ti.io ia a strange localty, where Le psr sh?d from expoeare, caa recover damagts 'rom the railroad was tie es?ence of 'ln Court of Appeala' decision in tbe cae of Jsm*s Brtgc/a admin itiratort ag?ln?t tbe Norfolk aad West IM Railroad, baaded dowo yeaterday. Braegdlid in the snow aomewhere neur Bueoa Viitt aod Roauoke on Oaii tmas Day, 1998, aa a reaalt, itia aaid, ol being forcibly thrown from a Norfolk aod WeiUrn traio for ioebriety. His wife filed soit agaiost the railroad. Ihe Circuit Ooort of Rockbiidge de? clared tbere waa no right of actioo. The csae was appealed, aod was fully argutd sereral weeka ago. Iu the opinion of the coart, Jadge Bacbaoan aaid: "When ne defendant (Norfolk and Weatern Oo ) foand it had carried hlm beyood bia poiot of dvtt na tion, It bad the rigbt to jut hlm off tho traio, tboagh if it were negligeat In car ryicg bim beyond hia station, it wru'd have beeo i'.a dutv to retarn bim t) that pciot. Bat if it kctw tbat be waa lo a helplesa irresponslble coodition la pat tiog tie mao cff, it Bboold>fl'ct bave exercised its lawfal right to remove bim at tbe placa and time, aod uader the clrcuastaocfB where be weold be cx posed to great hazard." Tbe decision of tbe Clrtuit Ooort, by wbich the relativea of the operttor were deoled redresa, waa reveraed aod a aecood hea: >og of the case ordered. The coort alao reveraed the Middleaex ?rurt, wbich decided agaiost Samu 1 GmopIb, who aooght to remove George W. DiDiel from his wharf on the Kap pabaooock river. Grloels riioa a mer .aoiile ttire in Midd'esex way. H had some laod frootiog the river and lhoiel rented part of the wbarl he ercc ed oo lt from hlm to barrel aod pack -yrters aod craba. Later on, bowever, Daniel is r-ald to bave ecgaged io tbe aiaie basiotss aa Grieelr, much to the a.tei'a displeasare. Suit was brou^ht ti reatrain Daoiel from cooductiog a g.neral atore became 'be wharf property *a* leasrd to bim for oo otber purpose tbao to barrel nysters and crab*. The lowerciit decidrd that Grloels coa!d oot compel Daoiel todesist io cjmpetir.g wltb him The Coart of Appeals rt versed tbat decisioo, aad oot only order? ed aaother hesriog of tbe case, bat in timated tbat Mr. Grloels migtt recov.r darosges. Tbe followiog petitioaa for appea'.s were fiUd : Oibin Braoch Mioiog Company ft, HutchiDSOo'a admlnis'.ratrx, C rcu . Uooti of Prioce Willlam coaoly. Wr of drrcr aod snperscdas. Bood, $8,000 Gboey Vf. Arlingtoo P.rewiog Ooa - pauy. Circait O urt of Alexsndria coooty. Writnferror. Bjod $200. Campbell va. Oommonwealth Circait Oooit of Fairfax oounly. Writ of error refused. Washiogtoc-3oo:btto Railway 0 ?? pany vs. Swaoo. Circuit Coart ol Alex aodria coooty. Appeal re'uied. The folbwiog ia a sommary of the other proceediogs io the court yeaterday. Norfolk aod Oceao View Railway Oompaoy vs. CooBolldatad Toroplke Company. Fully argaed and tu'.mit ted. Wlckham and N'orthrop, rrceiveta, v?. Green, Argael aod lubmitted. Tbis being tho eod of tho docket for the term ihe court adj .irned ootil ihe 31st day ot May next at Wjtbeville. Virginia News. Arthur P. Forbes, of tha Nttioral Oity Bank, of Washing'oi, haa bten elected asslstant cashier of tl e Ptop e's NatioDal Bank, of Warren'oi. Mias Lu:ile Jordan, r'aiijbter of E, 0. Jordan, lumerly ol Piioce Wil iam cu.ty, waa martied receotly to Albert Koraan, io Paoatxa, by Arcbb'?hop Byan, Thecouple will reilda io Paoama. Pettonati Judge A.M. Alken, of tbe Oorporatlon Ooott, takiog tbat a local opticn election be ordered at Dao ville after April 15 were atarted fn cir "olt t on yesterday and already ibe sfgnt tures ol eooogh vottrs neceas?ry to aa sore the election hsyj bere sccured. M(8. A. 0. Hchiart, of Wlcchesler, haa porcbaaed 'The I'. Itva," the former home af Jobn Bitaa Ojoke, noveliat, near Mnlwjcd, (Jlarke ccuoty. Tbe plsre cootiiDi 97 acrea aod was aold for (5,200. It was bere tba*. Cojke wrole bis Doveli of war daya. Biv. E. B. Burrell, rector of Aqula EpUcopal Oborch for the last eight yeare, left oo 8. tirday for (Jpperville, where he will take charge of tbe Uppet vllle Epiac.pal Chorcb. Mr. I'u-rell rea'gaed his charge at Aqnia some weeks ago. Giv. Maon has iasued a proclama'.ion deilgnating Friday, April 1, as Arbor Day, to be obaerved tbn ujhctC. tbe sta'e aa a day of plaotipir, treca, sbrabs aod vloca about tbe hu?es and aloog tbe bighways and abe ut. tie ptiblic grunda of tils tt t^, ttui cootributiog to the wealtb, comfort aod i.ttrsctioo of the atate, A marble (ablet will b? errit'd in tbe oew oourtbooae of Noithomberlaod ooooty, receolly bullt at ll-aimille, aa a tribute to tbe pst lotic men wbo aerved the couoty in the Houae of Bur geaaea before tbe revo'u'ioo and the mec bera of the OmM tntional Conveation from the conoty. The ublet is of Italisn marble, with letteriog of black tod gold. D.'darel by a Fsoquier c roaty jnry, laat September, to ba gui'ty of mao -I-ii jhter aod condemoed to foor yeara ia tbe pealteotiary for the ahootlog, laat April, of W. A. Tiiompsoo, aasiatant idi'rr of the ^Varrentrn Virgiolan, Prof. J. I). Harris will be tried next time by a Pr nce Wiliiam. county jiry. Ihe caie wss remaoded for trisl by fie Ckur; of Appeale. The motioc graotirg tbe change of vetm waa anet.loed yea'er day, 400 ctz'oe of F.uqu er ctuity statlng it) affldavlta that, lo their opinloo, Harris could not get a fsir trial io Fauq-iier county, It ia not th' rht the caae will go to trial before tbe Jaoe term of cour', Harris'a boad wss renewed yeaterday, with tie aarne bondsmen aa fcrrre-ly. f-UIT AGAINST SOUTHERN. Tbe (Juthbert Lind aod Davelopaieot Cjmpany, of Herodoo, Faiifax coo-1;, has ioati u'ed a acit for $5,000 damages sgiloal the Soothern Bsilway Oompany in the Oircolt Oooit of Fairfax ccuaty, on accoutt of foreat firee, which laat fall deatroyed aeveral eqoare milea of valot ble timber. The laod ia located aloog the Siatbero Ballway, between Htradoa lod Wicfbie, DRY GOODS. Woodward & Lothrop New York-Washington-Paris Newest Wash Fabrics. Latest arrlvaW io oottoo wash materiaU areGiogbama, Madraae*, aad other rery rich materlala tbat wiil faskica into eapecially good-looklog bon<c gowoa, morning frocka, (u'ing aod sbirt wa:vt auits aod dtetaes, also men's abirta, 32-loch Davld and John Aoderaoo Gioghims, yard.40c and 50o 82-ioch Btrlped Madra?, yard.26c, 35c, and oOo 32 loch Plalo and Faocy Ginghamt, yard. 15c 82-locb W lliam Aodersoo'a Giogbam, yard. 29a 27-5"ch Batea' Seersocxer, yard. 12$. 27 loch Lioeo girtiogs, yard. 19a 27-loch Roneb Lineo Saitinar, jard._-. J&J 27 Inch8trip"ed Poplln, yard. 39j 27 ioch Mercerz'd Poplio, yard. 25; aod 36o 27-lncb SamaoB Gtlatea, yard.15o High-grade Corsets. They are made with either low or hlgh bu?t?, medlam or long bips, of foa ported materlals?hatlste?, figared and plain brochea aod fjoe cootil. $6.50 Ivy Oorsrts for $1.95. $10.00 Paraooe Ocrse'B for $5 00. $4 00 P. D. Corsets for $2 60. $9.50 Sapphire Corsets frr $4 50 $7 50 Lily of Fraace Oorieti for $4.50. ThirdFloor-llth street. BMiajs i u.m_.b .-?i?BBB? STATEMENT Citizens' National Bank of Alexandria, Va., Jaouary 31, 1910. OFFICERS: Preaident, Vice*. Presldent, Edward L. Daingerfield; Carroll Plerre, Kichard M Green, Cashier. E. K Payne, Aast. Casbie D1RECTORS : J C Smoot, Edward L Daingerfield, Jaa W Roberta Worth Hulfish, Carroll Pierce VI. A. Ahern, Urban S. Lambert KKHOURCES Loana .... $687,951.44 U. S. Bonda to se cure circulation . 100,000.00 Bonds to secure U. S. Depoait . . 1,000.00 Other Bonda and Stocka . . . 49,986,56 Banking House & Real Eatate . . 52,856.97 Oaah . . 46,441.90 Due from Banks and Re8erve Agents . 99,132 71 - 145,574.67 riAHinrins i Capital .... $100,00000 Surplus .... 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 18,049 91 Circulation . . . 95,85000 Deposita .... 722,469.73 U. S. Depoait . . 1,000,00 $1,637,369,641 $1,037,369.64 Swan Bro-s KING AND PITT STREETS. Daily Deliveries to All Suburbs. Easter Hosiery. Our Hosiery Uepartment is complete with all the right kind of hosiery for Easter wear. We carry only the best makes at the right prices. Ladies* Black and Tan Silk Hosiery pair $1 and $150. Ladies' Blabk Lisle and Qauze Merc^rized Hosiery, pair 50c. Ladies' Fine Gauze Hosiery, inpfrancolors, pr50c: Ladies' Fine Imported Lace Hosiery, pair 50c Ladies' Fine Lisle and Gauze Black and Tan Hos? iery, pair 35c. Ladies' Fine Black and Tan Gauze Hosiery, pr25c. Ladies' Fine Mercerized Hosiery, in plain colors, pair 25c. Ladies'Extra Size Gauze and Lisle Hosiery, pair 25c, 35c and 50c. Ladies' Black fast color Hosiery, none better at the price, 12J_a,c pair. WBITES MBS. DaNIEL. A few days sgo Goveroor Maon noti fied Gjvernor Albeit W. Gilchrht, of Florida, of the desperate illneae of Sena? tor Jobn W. Daniel at Dayton*. l'es terday a reply was received iocloslog a opy of a letter written by Goveroor G.lcbri't. to Mrs. Daoiel, asfollows: "From a commaoica'.ion from Gov? eroor William II idgea Maoo, ol Vlr gioia, aod from presa reporta, I learo tbat ytur boaband, Senator Joho W. Daaiel, a bighly reapeeud and belovsd son, not ooly of Virgloia, Lu of t'?e eo tiresouthlaod. is 111 aod ia wlthio the llmita of oor ttite. '?I wish to exteod to yoa my siocere sympathy ia ths illaeas of yeur dl? tntu'abed bnabaod and toaatue yoa thit it will artord me plearnre to reoder yoa any service fiat ia wi'.LIn m power." Io respriDae Gavernor Maon wrcti to Giverncr G.lohriat expreaalog bia blgb appreciatioa. LIOP ALE. Near beer haviog beeo elimioated from tie category ot fie Btate drinkiog list for dry tjtritory, the makera of re fresbmeots have not been slow to meet the emerg'ncy. Now come the brewera ofdrlokswti "fcof ale," wblch sball vex tbe tamperaoce poople for the next two yeara or more. Discaasion aod disj pot) are rife thrcngboct tbe dry aectloos. The soda wa'er bill, aa atated yeaterday, left apple cider titie mercyof tbetbirsty tbir-t/ aod oot aptcify what atreogth the cider migbt be. "Hop alt" bida fair to take tbe place of nrar beer and ti even rival tbe app'e cider iodastry. Daoger of a atrike of westarn railroad firemeo waa removed wheo a compromise was e ifected oo the qaeation of aeoiorlty aad lepraaeotatioo, aod it waa agreed to leave the matai of aa adfinc* ia wagai (o iriiuatioo, Train Wrecked Fort Dodg", lowa, March 22 ?The aouth-bocnd Mbneapolia and S\ L u'a pasaeoger traio from Omaba and Dea Moinea, was wrecked bttveea Fort Dodge and Hunboldt today. Tbe engineer, wbile bia train was rnoniog at high speed saw a brldge rcroaa a ravioe abcad on fire. Ha applied tbe brakea aod he and bia 'Jremaa jumped The ?agine, baggago rar and mail ear rollcd opjn tha brldge .'_d fell latl tberavfne below. Tbn coa.bea did not leave the track bat tt-pped on the verge of the gally. Five mea were ltjured, tu. nooe killed. m Voted to Strike New Haven, Cono., Msrob 22?It waa anncuoctd at 2 o'clock tb'a at r? ooon by tbe eonfereace committee of tba Brotherhood of Railwav Tralomen and the Order af Railway Ooodactora tbat tbe memoeraof bctl (.r^aoizatioos, iu clodiog all the yard meu emp'o/ed oo the New York, New Haven and Hart ford Railroad, had voted to atrike by an orerwhrlmiog mthrity. Pleart Oullty Philadflphla, Peor., March 22.? Thomas F. I.irseo, on trial before Jodge McPbersoa in tbe UoltedStatea Distrlct Ccurt uday, charged wl h the embez zlemmtcf $60,000 from the First Na? tional Baok of Oamdeo, N. J., pleaded goilty to the cbarge agaiost bim. He will be aenteoced later. Obarges are male io BIu fnlds that five spiea from the Madrfz army, work ing In a hoapilal as Red Orosa nniars, a'.tempteJ ytserday to po'.aon Geoeral Estrade, recent aep'raot for tbe Nica ragoao presldeocy. Nioe additional former coarc'lmeo todby ccottased in open coart before Julge Frazer in Pittabarg, Pa., tbat they bad accepted mooey lllegaiiy while uemberi ol tbe couocll.