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FB'DAY EVENINQ. APRIL 1. 1910.
JJa-?a< it i rr- ia a'.ill pruttaiiog tgaiatt alurViOg the ata ui of G^oeral Uob.rt R Lw to lemain in the 8:? n arv 111. ol tie Capitoi at Waehingt -o. Seoator Lodge pieat-i.ted forty ot ihem at ooe tiu?o. All *?ie from G A B. p-,ala oi hia tt t ?. Ojaaa o? ibe proteata characttrz-L?e aaa deaerter Irom tbe Uotsd Bt-ta anuy. OtHera r?ler io bim aa a "irauur." II itaae baoga htarilj on memoera oftieaa crganaa* tloD, ail ol wbom are penalonera, they eould dttott lt mcre prcfitably io other najs thao by writicg protttti agaloat the ititna cf the -iliuatMua Aroerican wtiirh ba? beeo placed whete U belooga auwng ItM great o/ tbe natioo-and wbtre i? ia dtatintd to reoobio. FllTY p<r cent. ol the splndlea in Bju'.btru OCttOt mills are idie, acoordirg t, Btati^t ca which have been assembled by the Americiti Wool aod Ootton Et pirer. l&a Haxta ,how lh,t rbe car.ai eneut oow in prcgrtea not only lt (be sjutu, but in all aectlona of tbe couLtry, bo:b north and aoutb, ia more exnuaive and dmtic tbsn has ever been known in the biaiory ol the trade, even tikiog Inti conaidtratlOD the panlc year ol 1907. Aud yet tbere are aooae wbo Inaiat tbat bueineta la booming and tbat tbia country waa never in ao proapercm ond.tion aa at preaen'.l Jiie propoamoa to laane 130,000,000 |Q?,,veiDmeitcert!fl:ataeofiudebtedneer furtaw) iupJ?e of completing old and a(?y lrrlgatloa pr j:c'.b wblch baa batn u idi-r conslderaticu by the floaae waya and me-na commitiea intermltently for a monib, WhBRiTeoa.n additional at> back by D rector Frtd H Newell.of tbe reclama.ion B-rvice, on Wedaeaday. Mr. N-wtll told t le cjmoaitite tbat the re clamatiOQ eervice U;d BOt reqtire the tbiity aillbun L-r tha work it had in baorl. Now this is a blow to thoae wbo are tryirg to g?;t tbeii handa into the pnblic treseorv u? to their elbowa. Iite Di t-'ot of Ooforabla commU ajoaafft, iaoorlng the lodoraement of Mr. Frank H tcfccocr, poatraaaier general, and chairmao ol the rrpublican Dtt'onal cotnmiUee, bar* d'clded to appolnt Mr. Edmood M. Talcoit to the poaition cf auaaetaataaaaaaor.Taaataal ty the dfth of E G. D-via. If Mr. B tihccek ia ti> 005c. wbeo the teroua of the con n.aiii>nera exp're the/ will ataod a pir cbaccf (cr r.-appclntmeot. Tba ,, t . vaj Mr Htichcock will "g?t emi " Av afgftaeira fi6t.t will be made !*l t*n? temocrtti lo the next bye-tlecticn which will be held la the Tblrty-iecond New Yurk disrict to fiil the vacaccy c u . d bj t ie rfceat dfath ol Repn ?soUttfi J'.ririrjs. The dectton la att for Apr;l 1^ Ihey hape to materlally reduc: lha va j.tity of 1,000 whicb Perkios recived. A r.dnced tnajarlty will behailidas a viit ry by the dena ocrats aa the dit ict ia attoogly reput* Lcan. bjch yeaterday flxtd M .j \-> aa the praper date upon which 0)Dg?9a abouid aij >uru. It ia not geo erally u .deralood by whtt mthorliy Mr. AMnch eaa fix congreasiooa! datea &?,, yei he doea eo and there are rtany ?ijo beliau ttal ii bedoiaacjjuio Oat grtaa M th-.' u?y he fcaaaettled npon.U will bi tbebittihing he bss done thla art ?Iju. He m gt t be induced toadrarce tbe day. ^_______ Thtrs?areBO uoiny "gentltmtn cot w ?" smong iLe 700 prisoners in the W mero ptLiteotiary at Pitieturg tlat ?tt pta crc to bn iba'.doned tu: of rc ap ct ot.ttr. ^MherslB tven hocor anong tblcvt*, t'it it waa tbe ught tbat at leaat in aaa I'ntiarlea all atood to i'jj level. ] BI Mbal i w?.?ibtr wi:l make aome peop t ilunk that tbe tarth ia now paat w ing t'.ituib the tal! of the comtt, From \\ ashington. |Q ? ? .?( :oe Alexandria Qaaattc Waahingtoo, Aprll 1 Eimer E Todd, now Uu't.d Statea d.atntt a t >tiey Itr WaahlDgion waa the firat witutaa called today by At creey Wittttt, c. ii nel for Hjcietary Ballioger fcelcre the Gorgrtaslunal committee, wbeo iis Btasiura were reaumed today. Ao argry ilieryttin by Obairacau Nelaoo tbat Atirrocy IJraadlea. ctnnael iot Giatia had wll u'ly coceealed ccrtain ioformatioo precipitated a heattd wraogle bet?MU nitmbtraof the committee aod Mttsi ptraccal rep^rtee b. tteen Ibe cbairmau ami Ufiodela and memb.ri of tbe eoaaaaltlf* Xbe Olarle a'.trrory waa qu?ati&amg th? wltoe.a Todd, in regaM ti a 1.1 *f writ;fo by Gavia. Todd aaid he u d.ratood from Gla?la' teatiiiony btfoN the committee. The lnie* *a? not asot. S;Lator Nelaon ho'Jy took Brandeia to taBk lor cooceal ing toe fact nat nhile G a?t? had teetl fied tbat thelaticr bad not been aent, the attorney waa proceediog with eaaminr 1 m in the BMump'.loo that it had. A btf.e. ontburat followed, Bracdela accr Iog tbe aenator l>r tba "ioaiiuulon." Bepreaet.;at!ve Giahtm tupported tbe :i.i tuey aad voiced h'.a open critic'am of tbe chaurta;. 111 deroaoded a voie on ? mt t on i j have the remaifc witbdiawc, f ? " ???? ? Repnaemtive Olmattd muved to lay t iat mction on the lablr, and in tbe roll call it was carried. Io tbe sear h for tbe c n e of hlgh pricea tbe Baaatl ioTesiigatora belleve tbit tbey bave tt leaet one c'us ln tbe ttitaiooy given by tffioers of ibe Boutb crn Wholeaale Qrooers' Awociation. Ia poin'a to niantifacltrers working throogh orgsnieatloos of wholeaale and retail dtalere ss ophnlders of unreaaonably bigh pncfa I: ls simple enougb. The manofaclurer fixes a liberal price at which tbe wholeaale.-s and retailers aball aell tbe goods Witb a good proflt as aored ibe?e dtalera are, of coorae, glad 'o enter Kati tbe arraogement. Tbo daoger tbit confrotti them la tbat aome dea:eia, ac u t-d by greed or pbilau thropy, will aocep'. lees t lan tbe regu sr prcftt ln order to get a blg tradn. To coaoteract that danger it baa been Ciusidered well to ga'bir dealera into >rgao ret ona "for tas general goc/d.1' lacidtotally a p rl ol thia "good" ia to make tbe organizulons ao etrong in nnmbe's aod bo tattbfnl in Btanding by t ie fii'd prlcrs tbat it is well wor h wbile for tbe toauafac'.nrer to deal with them ezclosively. All baods tben s'and t:>gether for a "fair living pnfit." Tne ttttimooy yett?rday ahowed tbat whlle the Bon.heru assoctatlon bad only 600 mem ber8 lt compiled atd printed a Hat of 1,200 wholeaale dsalers in the Boothern fitld. The liat opentd a tremendcm field to svery suacu'ait jrer to whom it waa aent. It was txplained as to tbe scu.hern aa sociation tbst when a man on tbe ltst opeoed tudness witb a mannfsetorer he sgri'd aa sgreement to stlck to the refcUUr prices. If he failed rbe "moral f rceof ltiflaence" was brtugbt to bear bat no eflirt was made, lt wbb sald, to injure him io his bmlnese. Whlle tbese wimesses did not cover the anbjsct the general Informailon ol tbe committee la that the dealer who ia not gool aod reg tlar finds, io auch caaea, tbat be doea aoi get any more gooda. Tbe Cbmptroller ofthe Oarrency tc day laencd a call for atatemeots of tbe cocdition of natlonal baoka at tbe olose of ruiinesa Toesday, March 29. One long j'octwaa ellminated from tbe Itlneray of the prealdert today when lt waa defioitely decldel t) ebandon the trip to Alaska which bad been planned f ji tila Bommer. He wili leave Waah? ingtoo tomorrow a'tsmoon fcr a flfing visit to Mlllbury and Wcrceater, Maas. At Millbory he will bave a ahort fialt Irom Annt Dela Torrey, and at Wor cester he will make a apeech before a convet t;on of railrosd employea. Ha will gii. back to tbe White Hooae Mondaj. A six- 'ay trlp to Boflalo, Pitlaturg, aod Oiocinna ti is on the programfortbeend of thia month and tbe firat few days io May. Sevrral abort trips to New York, a vialt to Paaaslc,N. J ,and onetoDobba Fciry, N. Y., are alao planned foi belore tbe cloae of thia aeasion of Oongreas. When OongresB edpoina tbe Prealdent wllllu-ry to Baverly, and will conflne bia traveltog dorlng the runmtr to abott rips throogh the Eaat. Io the fall, bowerer.he will fialt S?n Antonlo.Tex., and on the aaroe trip will apend a few days at the ranch of bia brother, Oharles P. Taf',six hoors* rlde Irom 8an Antonio. Tbe mtjirlty and mincrlty repoiti of tbe House commllt'e oo in'eritate and forelgo commerce oo tbe railroad regulatloo bill were Bobmltted to the Houte of Rspreaentatlrea today. A strong criticlsm is made in the minorlty report of tbe way ia which the bill came t? Oongreas. Tbe democrats accaae Prealdent Taft on ioterfericg with thf prerogit ve? ofOmgrefB. Sixty-?ir?t Congress, Waahlrgtoo, April 1, naUTI A bill provldto* for the pablicity of Oimpalgn contributlooa waa Introdoced bfSnaior Bailey. It waa nlerrad to i'a- commiiue on privilegea and elec tlons, _ ? Io ifleriog tbe bill, Seoator BUley aaid lt was Idettcal with tbe m'a'.ure ordered fevorably reported by a Houae committee. It relatea to tbe nae ot money ln campaif?oa wbere meaibera o' OongreBaare elettd. Mr. Biiley will preia its cooaiderat on. The third asd final ioatallmeot of bia speech ln tuppoit of the admtnistration rallrcai bill waa deiivered today by Bena'or Boot. D.acuaaion continued on tbe bill to ameod tie eroployeta' llabllty aot, ti provide for turvUal of aiton, give federal and .tne coniti cuncorreut jurie dlction and arranoe for tbe dlVrlbutlon ol recoyered damegea. The bill went over u.t.l Monday without action. HOUSB. The fight on tbe ?eoate amendment to tbe legialative approprialion bill that aeekBto killthetinliclty fettare ol the corpnnt'on tax was begon today by Mr. Bir le t (dcm. G*.) when the conference report on the bill waa buujht ioto the Ii )oae by Mr. Tawnev. Mr. Btrtlett drclared that the Beoate had attem|.t dtn morpthe conatltntlonal prerngailve of the Htuaeby legialation toochlog the reveooe. iU preaett.da reaolntion aending back the oonference reporttothe Sjoate with the alatemett that the 8-DH9 had invaded the privllegea io tbe Houae. Anticipatirg a row, the rejubHcata bad baultd lo all abaett membera (3 get aquornrp. Mr. Underwood cppoaed the propoaltion becaose, he aaid, he obj cled to glviog poblidt; t) corpDratloo retaroa at all. The whole corporatlon tax Iaw, he aaid, taujjat and the publlclty feiture ia fcHieb. .? , He wau'td to allow the publlcily featore to lapae altogether for lack of mooey. "I don't believe in enforced pnblicty at all," aaid Mr. Undeiwood, "aod to give tbe preaident the power ia wor?e. If ycu have f uhlicit; at al!, have fnll, honeat pnbliclty." Tbreata of Lyachinir. Raleigb, N. 0., Apnl ). ? Followlng a kllllog today of ^imnel Taylo*, a promlntnt boaineas man bv Oarl Kelly, who waa at onre arreatcd, tbreata of lynchicg were made and a mob began to gather. The abeiifl awore in a poaaf, and aorronnded the |aJL No reaaoo for the kllling nf Toyloe ia koo?n. Eaplosion of a bomb in the baapment of an eaat Thirtj iioth atreet, Naw Y< rk tenemeot yeaterday ebook the a?iu::ore tolUfiuidifona, ahattered every pane of glaaa io ft, aod cauied snch a paoic thrcujhoot the block that it waa necea sary to call oat tha police reaerves. Tracea of a borot time foae foond Indl cafd a carefolly prcpared plot thkt the police attrlbota to "Back H ?nd" opera tora. There bave been aeveral exploalona in tbe vicinl.y rtcettly, bot thtre are no ' claea lo ON .wpetratoK, Scnator Daoiel's Cooiht'on Daytona, Fla, April 1 ?The coc | ditioo of Senator Daoiel ls reported to | be coosldmbly improved today, Hia i pbysiclsna are rrmh enconraged. Britlih Rula in Egypt. London, April 1.?The loodeat cry 1 r,f alarm yet Sjuuded regarding tbe (tttoa of British rnle |a Egyft was voiced by tbe LoDdoo Expreaa today In an article pleading (or more rigld | repres-lvo mra>urea lo Egypt. I' tbe Expreaa'a statsment of coodi Ithns in Egypt lBt<u>,the puolic Issgretd j tbat O.l. Rjoaevelt was Mflf m per ! Bonal danger wben he dared deoonnce ' the na'ionaliata in Oairo, tbeir atrong "It ia no 8'cret tbat sediton ia ram pmt amoog tbe oative nfflcers of tbe EgvpUan araiy," tbe Exprcas aays. "secret societies are piiaonlog tbe people rgatnst tbe Britlah and ara plan ning by mesns of terrorlat mtthoda to swerp tbe Ecgllab from tbe coantry. "Selett.'d members from these soclc tiee bave goneti Italy aod toSwitxei land to ttuiy expbaivea and the mann fattire of bomba. Tbe reault of tbeir atudy can be but one tbing, a retgn of asBlsslcation in Egypt, "Inveat gathn prorea tbat the Egyp t an conspirators are working hand ln band with the conspirstors of Indls." Now that Mr. Roosevelt baa qu t Egypt, it ia feared the nitbnaliata will reoew tbeir activitiea wiih incteased vlgor. Tbe Express wsrns tbe pnblio thst a atartling blow may fall at any time._ Madame Stelnheil's Daughter. Parie, April 1.?Rither tban live with her motber again, Marthe rjtelnheil, the young dtughter ol tbe ".rsglc wldow," recently acrpiUed on a cbarge of mur dering ber busband aod motber, ia try ing I) make ber own liviug to Parla. Madame Steinhetl came bere aecretly from England, wbere aha bas takeo ap her home tioce her trlal, to try t> Induoe ber daogbter t) relurn to ber, bot Mllr. Maithe refused. The glrl ia deeply It* llgiiui and soflerB greatly from the rev< lationa made concerniog her motber's patt. doring i ie famooa trlal. Tbere baa been no reconoilia'ion, ao far aa known, bttareen tbe giil aad ber rich fi.nce, tbeir engagement bavlng been broktn as a reault of the expoaarea at tbe trlal. Publlc ayropatby ia all witb the girl, ibuogh tbe sympatby baa not yet ipfii'trd in a mitable poeitioo baing oflered Mlle. Marthe. Tba Mloera' Strika. Pl tiborg, Pa., Aprll 1.?Ooe boo dred tbonsand minera In weatern aod ctttal Peoo?7lvania ceirbraied the in auguration of the eigt t boar day in the coal flelde today, bot it la deolared they will not retoro to work uattl a new wage acale baa been mada with tbe operatore. In the Pittaturg field, where forty tboasaod miotra weie affected by tbe cloaing of the mioea at midnight, peudingj negctlations of a new scale, celebrations were held today at Oarorgle and Browoesville. Fjllowlog a p?r?d? at bcti p'aoes, the mln'ra llslensd to apeakera. A meetiog of operu >r? waa held today when planB were dietu sed for the j >U t cooference with the mlnera early next wetk. Preaident T. L. Lewia ia expect ed next week aod will ltktly hattn at adjiatmeot of the tronblea here. D.a tnct Preaident FraoolBFcehao, althoagb boplog for a? agreement, iaaiata tbat oo work ahall be daoe lt tbe toioea uotil the operatora agrce to a seltlemeat ol the powder qqeatlop. Pilola Strlke. New York, April i.? Io comiog and ou -going frelgbt m York ovrr tbe Lehigb Valley, tbe Baltimore and Ohio, and Oentral Bailtoad of New Jeraer, tbe Erie, tbe DeUware, Lackawanoa and Weatero and the Arbuckle Termioal Ooronaoy, of Brooklyn, ia p'actlcally lied bp today by e atrike of 253 maater pllo'a o' tuj boata, who qult wsrk lt mldnlght laat nigbt, Tbe pUots demaod ao increaae ln wagea and ahotter bcu'a. As they are licenaed by tbe goverumeit, they could not Btrike, ao each pllUsentln hla realg Ott;OB. Effoit! of the rallroad companlea topot noo-union pllcts 00 tbe lu.*s may mett aerlnas oppoaltioo. A pibt moat be lloensed by the federal governmeot, aod Oaptaln Lotber B. Dowtl, geoeral cuio ael of tbe pllota, aaid tday tbat aoy eflott to Dlace ao nnliceoaod pllot on a tog would be repsrted Immediately to tbe federal govornmeot for pro?ecntlon. The federal aoihoritiea will b6 compelled to preaetu'e II ualicenaed piloU go to work. Tbe compaules that have agreed to the demanda of tbe pllota and averted st'tkesare tbe Pennaylvanla, Erie, New York, New Haven aod Uutftrd Rall? road; the Buiib Termlnal Cbmpany aod tbe Brooklyo Eiatem Termioal Ojm P?ny- ' _ Tbe Ricbmond Poatofflcc Robbary. Biltimore, Md., Apr'l I.?For houra yeaterday tbe local governmeot and p ltoe officiala thoaght c'u'B to the robbery of the Richmood pott fflce had led to B?lt more, wheo they took ioto cuUody 0. B. Tata, of Rlchmond. After ao bour'arlgld Inveatlgatlon it waa foond that Mr. T,u waalu noroaonerconnec! ed with tbe case. The man, who dii patcbea from Richmond atated, was al> leged t) have been connected with the robberv and wbo bad engagtd a room at Mr. Tate'a br bvJl it daveloped, iaa atone cutter from Graniie, B? tlmore ccuoty, and ia alao iooocect of any conneotlon with the caar. A remarkable coioc' deoce in the case ia tbe fact that lmme diateiy upon bli arrlval ?t hla aiater'a home in tbat ciir, Tateinformed her that be bad taken polioo with the ioteniloo ofendloghla ilfe. Naturally thia lent eolor to thetaae and cfficera horried to ihe houae. Movemaat to Lllmata Nagro Vote< Aonapolla, Md? Aprll 1.? After a leogthy diatmiioa oj every lujgwUon io regatd t > tbe elimioati 0 of the negro from Iccal aod ata'e elect ooa, the dtm ocrau have decided to Mt through the legiel.ture the DiggtB billa The ooly cbargi made io the billa aa orlgioaily drafttda batio tbeconitiiu.localamend mect to be voteJ oo in November, 1911, the white votera of tbe atate are t > dec de whe'.har or not ofgroes owolog |500 worth ol properly and pay lajea 00 it for two yeara ahail vote. Uoder the Diggea billa, only white mro will be allowed to regiater and vote io the elett'onof 1911, and thoa tbey alone will pftsa upon qualiflcatlon for theoegro. The property qaalification waa aoggeated by C.ty Silicitor Elgar Allen Poe aod waa iodoraed by Preaident Gormao, of the 3en?w, i StrlkeCondltiooe. Indisnapoli-, lad., Aprll 1 ?The condltioDs in tbe vattcas slaee tbia morning wrre aa lollowa: Ilfinole?Nine fcnndred minea closed and seventy-five thousand minera qat work. Oonfereoce cslled for next Moc day In Ohicaa.o; operators ssy meo de rasnd incresae of 10 cents a too wbich wonld meao ancual increaee of $14, 000,000; p .seibillty of abot dowo foor montbs; two montha anpply of coal on baod; no immediate coal lamine 11 Chl cago indtittriea. Indlana?Eighteen tbonsacd mlners orderedtoqult work laat midolght; minera aay ihnt-down will be sbortlived. PenDBylvania?Approxlmately 40,000 men ordtred to quit work laat midnigbt; t-mporary scale allowlng a fire ctnt ran of mlne a ton locreaar. Ioaa?Every mine in Jo?a olosed pendlng Bettlement of wsge scale. M sscuri, Oklahorxa and Arkansas? Oomprialng the tootbweatero Interttate fielda, 35,000 minera qall; early aettle ment axpecied. Ohio?All mlners ordtred to qnlt. At Lnraine, one ateel plant abot d>wn and threw ont 4,000 wcrkmeu beeaase of sbortage of coal. Number of meo oo atrlke 230,000. L ia of cutpot of coal eatlmated at 1,250,000 tons daily. Losa of wanea to mioers oo atrike estl ma'ed at $900,000. Oblcago, April 1.?Deaplte reporta from Indlanapolia that tba Illinola mlners and opcators will eneet in Obicsgo Mooday to adju-t wage dllfer ences and worklng coodltiona ln tbe Illinois coal field, no call for aach a meeting baa been istu d. Advlces from Ksosas and the Bouth wettsrn fitlds today aay the 25,000 mlners who have gone oat there are prepared for a long Btrike. Tbe miners aay tbey bave a $50,000 tfike /md and will be able to hold tut a long time iiiwlcg Oreeo, Obio, April 1? All srxtion men on tbe Oincinoats, Ham llton and Dayton lloea went on atrike todsy after their demand for an lacreaae io wages had been refuaed, Newi of the Day. L dlapatch from Waahingtoo aaya there Ia no danger ol a atrike in any depaitmeat of tbe Boathern Railway wh'cb la cow diiciisslcg agreeoenta witb sevtral branobea of ita employea. Tr e annnal ertoit of the Mas-achmetta inflraglatB t > bave the word "a ale" tx panfted ftom tbe consiltulion^l proviaion rega'diog vctng waa defevt d In ihf legla'attue In Boaton yeslerday, Marie coreili, the noted authoreBs who is seriously ill of \ neumonia at ber houie at Startford-on-Avon, England, waa alightly better today. Her physicianB are encouraged by her improvemehr. 8'ark B. Taylor, bslifi of tbe Oourt cf OiiOroa, died at hia bome in Wathington Wedneaday nlght at Ibe age of 90 year'. For tbe last 45 yeara be bad bern an ??? tacbe of the c >urt, He waa a natiye ol King George connty, Virginia, The Maryiand H me yeaterday r.j-ct ed the Btraus primary election bill atd aubatitoted the Ls meaiu-e, which waa paaaed to ita tbird rcading. The derao crate, io c&iuna, decldedu pnah the D g$ea dlifraochialog billa ihrougb tbe leglalature. Omareis may be able to a!jiorn May 15 is the belief Sana'or Aldrich ex preaaed yeaterday. The Baoate l"ader tasued hla pmpbecy on leaving the White Hoase, wbere he conferred with Preai? dent Taft on psncUag legialation lo wbicb th? admioiatra loo ia iotereeted. Oaemilllon forfi?e torpedoboati dar? iog the comlog year, aod tbe aame amonnt for liulla and ateam machloery for two collieta la fmbodied io a aopplemental estlmato tf apprrpriatlona anbmitted to lie Houaa yeaterday by the aecretary of the navy. DetaiUof the great hurrlcaneof March 13, on the Japaneae coast, io wbicb more than 1,100 fisbermea perished, were bKjuki to Victorla, B. 0., by tbe Tamha Maru yeaterday. Tbn tempcst waa moat aevere ofj Obiba aod ihiragl, and official reporta, that gava he I >?* aa 84 veaaela and 1,100 men, are geoerally believed to be too conservatlve, TH? MEIHODI3T3. The greater part of tha aecond day'a aeaaion of the Baltimore Oooference of the Methodiat Epliconal Ohurcb, in Harlem Park Ohurch, Baltimore, waa devoteri yeaterday to the conaideration of minla'.era wbo deaire a ohaoge froia ibe active to tbe anperanouated re latlon. A large number were referred to tbe committee oa conference re latiooa. ii?v. A. N. M.mday waa reatored to active relatlon and will be givea aa tf pointmen'. Rev. W. W. Barnea extended ao lo vituion from the official board of the Danglaa Memorial Obnrcb, Waahiogton, D. C, to the Oooference to hold tho next eeision In tbn cburcb. Ia the afternoon the Baltimore Oon ference Liymen'i rulnlontry move ment beld a meetiog. Tha followlng officera were elected for the eoaulog year: Preaident, Jamea E. Lyoeh; aec? retary, Wiiliam Hlaaey, jr., aod treaa urer, Htnry B. Dalaney. A geteral committee waa alao appolnttd t'oo. alttogof ta/o membera from each dla trlct._ Woltar Plea'da Not uullty New York, Aprll i.-Albert Wol ter pleadtd not guilty today to the cbarge of mnrderlcg Rutbrj Wheeler, the fifteen-year-old glrl wboae cbarred body waa fouod on the fire aacape of hia fUt laat Bitn'dar. Effor'a by hia coun ae), W. D. S* t , to delay the case by moaiog to qutah tbe lodictmeot and by fl'.log a dexuirer werechecked by Julge Mulqaeen. Followlnj the plea Wolnr waa re? turoed to bia cell. He will appear in court again tbia if.cronoa wlei tbe caae ia s*t oi the cell calender. A* that time thed.u for'i al will beaet It ia cx pectid to be April 11 or aomet ma du iog the week. fhe police admi td today they had been told that E'sie BchwarU, a eeven t:ec-;ear-old girl, abodiaappeared early laat week, bad gone io Woll* 'a rlit to look for a poailion, anawerlog a letter written by Wolter ia reaponaet> an ad vertlaemeot. 3o fir oo evideoce has beeo fonod to conneot Wolter w.ti the girl'a diaappearance aod Ihe cbief i il rta of tbe department are beiog devoted to tbe caae in hand. Prompt relief io all oaaeaof Ihroatand loog trooble it ycu uae Ohamberlain'a Cougb L'.mtdy. Pleaaant to take, aooth Ing and healirg io tflect, Bold by W. F. Crtlgl t)o & OoM aod Blchard Gib aoo. Virginia News. A farmer who wta annoyed by moor ahiners carted tieir atill into Lyochbu g and gnve it to reveoue men. C-p'ala J. E. B. Btaart, collector of the port of Newport News, waa ln Wasb iogion vesterday looklng sfter his pos< tlon. Hiaterm eapireatodsy. R?prrsoot ative Slemp baa endorsed John B. Locke for Oapaln B'.uirt'e p'ace. Tbe ladiea of the comm'.t:ee on monn metti of tbe Virginia Divisioa U. D. 0. aie trylng to raiss $50,000 for tbe erec tlon of a Oonfederate Morumeut lo Arlingtoo and have asked tie acbool cblldren in the ttate to asalst ln tha movemect. While p'aylog with mitcbea at bia home, near Berryville, yc-'erday, tbe jtuagaoo ofJ. 0. Royitoo, a farmer, was borned to death, In frantic eflort to rescoe her child the motber waa aevrr.ly turned aod will loae one of her handa. Mrs. Ooerlee W. Fadeley, G2 years old, of Loodoan connty, died at tbe home of ber daogbter, Mra. Joho We; - mtutb, in Ojllege Place, Himplon, yeaterday. Mr. Fadeley, wbo bad been sammoned oo acceuot of hia wife'a 111 neas, was at the bedsfde when the end came. Mra. Fadeley is aurvlved by tbree Bocs and two daogbtera. Mra. Laara Flnrence, widow of Oeorgc Florence, died et the bome of Mra. C. E. Brawner at Maoasass, Wedneaday nigbt, io her sevetty-flrst year. Mra. Florence sastained a brokeo bip in a fall a few weeka ago, which hastened her death. Ool. Jamea V. Bidgood, of Richmond, waa Bppolnted secretary cf tbe Virginia milltary records yeslerday by Qovernor Mann titucceed Major Robert W. liur tar, who declined U accjv. reapp-.lnt-; ment. W. Samuel Burnley, of Ohar lolteaville, wta named aa asalstact to Oolooel B dgood. Tbe newly appolnted ofBcials will aasome tbeir dutiea about July 1. Tbe board of trusteea ofthePreeby terlao Orphsnage, aftar ao all day ara aion, yrsterday su borlzed tbe exeeu Ive committee to expend $50,000 in new baildlngs, to rrstore tbe oulldlng bnroed in Lyncbbarg in October and t) enlarge tbe lnstltuiion, thongh no dett Is to be incorred. It is onderatood tbe botrd baa $20,000 io ca?h aod 110,000 in pledgea available for tbe pii'po*e. Tbe ex'catlve cemmit tee was alao aitbcrizac: toaell ofl aome ol the propetty on RUermont avenae. RepablicsoB t) the number of 200, from many seotioos of Virglola, a't?nd ed tbe baoqaet to G. B acom B!emr>, repoblicao ata'e cbslruaao. and Alvah d. Martio, retubllcaa natlooal conm t t'emsn from Virginia Oratory pru-ed foitb unt.il a late bcur. Among tboae who apoke wir> Meeara. felerap, aad Msrtln, L. P. Stinmera, of Ablogtor; B. Harria ii >*-e, of Roacoke; Get rge N. vtaat, of Newport Naws; D. Liwreoce Grooer, ot Norfolk; Geo. H lih Bolllng, of Peteraburg; and John G. Lace, of Richmond, ' O.B. Tate, of RklimonT'.whoaUe?pted suicidein Baltlmore yeaterday morniiu by drinking carholic actd, was arreated by Detective Bradley at ajo o'clock ln the afternocn and turned over to Post offic* li spector Hooton, who cloaely quratiored him. Tate ia said to be wan ted by .he inspectora inveatigatlng the $86,000 robbery at the Richmond poat office, as they deaire to talk with him about a man believed to b?ve ber a im plicate<l in the iheft, who has been ena pected of having stopped at Tate's bome in Richtnon 1. APPALACHIAN EXr'OalTION. We bave recelved from the Appala chlao Expoaition an int/iutlon to be preaent at a baoqu >t tendered to the ptrta of ihc Appalachlan BtatS, li be beld cn Btlorday eveoing April,nlo'b, tt Kiox ville Tenoeasee and regret our inabillty to attend. The Appalacblan Expositlrn, whlob will be held in Kooxyille September I2th ti Oolober 12 h next, and which la to be ac annnal eveol, bids falr to stu p?ss anjning of the cbaracter ever un derttken in tbe Boitb. It ia to be repre sentatlve of tbe Appalachlan regtoo, in r'udiog Teoneatee, North Carolina.South Oarolloa, Gsorgla, Alabama, Virginia, Ksntocky and Wett. Virginia. New York Stock Mark??. New York, Aprll l.-Btock market ooaditloos rhowed decided improvement at tbe opening and in tbe early tradiua, tbls morolog, prlces of tbe majority of the aotlve Irsusa making modera'.e galna, altbeujh the initlal changoa were aome what irregular. Lttec there waa a gene ral upward movtment, The Improvement in the initiai move uients waa not long retained and was cotnj letcly lost in the 1 at half of the first hour by moderate profit takinp. There waa an almost total abaence of in vestmeut buylng and tbe professional ele ment seetned in control Preeldett Taft has notlfi'd tbe eecrr lary ofthe trea-ii-y to give all natioca tha beoeRt of the mioimom ratja of tbe taiiff bill. Diarrhcea abculd becured withootlosa of time and by a medicloe which like (Jhamberleln's Oollr, Obolera and Disr rhoea Remedy out only cores promptly but protfirea no onpleaiant t-fter efJects. It never fsils and is pleasant aod aafe to take. Bold by W. F. Oreighton 4 0', and Rlehard Glbaon. Noriolk & Washington Steamboat Company Every day in the year for Fort Monroe, Norfolk, Nawport News aml poiuta aouth, via ?upsrb, powerfal ateel palace ateamera, Southland, Newport Newa, Nor? folk and Waahington Lv. Waah. tM p. ni. Lv. Alex. 7.00 p. m. Ar.Ft.Monroe.T.OOa.n Ar. Norfolk 8.00 a. m Ar. Portamoutn 8 a.m. Lv.Poriamouth 6 p.m. l.v.NorWk ti(Op. m. f.v.Ft. Monr.eT p.m. \r Alex 6.30 a. rr. Vr.Waab. 7.00 a m. Throogh connectiona made at Norfolk with steamers" cf the Old Domiainn Fteamahip (!<.mp?ny for New York and Mcrchants' and Minera' Steamahipa for Boaton. 0<-r.eral TicketOffiv, 720 Hth MreetN W Bond Bttildiiip, Waahiugton, D. C Phone Maia IM Seventh street whsrf Phone Vain 3780. AUxandria wharf f^ot of Pnnce atreet. W H. fALLAHAN, aprl lyr General Pa?enger Agent. OllCE.-The ragalar annuai ?"ockhold ers'mettinx ofthe VIRGINIA.MAKR'E COMPANY willhe held st U?> north I-air fax ftreet, Aieiaailria, \ UKinia, rRIUAY, the 15th cf April. 1910, at 12 '0 p. m., for tha purpoeoflhe eleetion ofoth -ra.eto. *V M H. 9ACSDlR3, Vica Prean tnt. ri.ARESCE THOMA-J, Secretary. aprl oo 3t DBY GOODB. Woodward & Lothrop New York?Waahiogton?Paria Boys' Clothing Needs. Advantages in Understaoding Them. Norfolk jacket aod alngle and double breaated i tyiea io LS jya' SolU, of brighr, ,'aocy materiala, in many coiora, cntcki, etrlpes, and mixtoiea. Thi varlety of patteroa and the r umber of itrlklog dralgra ara a'moat llmitleea. Very tflectlve roodela, in the faahlooable atrlped grasa, with many individoal featurea aa to cot; all havB koicketbocker trousera. $6.00, $6 50to$15thesuit. Dli t'mtive alylea in Blae Sulte, of flue all-wool fabrlca -the cholceat we eould get, both reugfr andamoolb aurface weaveaand p'aln aud itrlped patteraa. Speciai ideaa worked i w aa to tbe cut aod haog ot the garmenta. For dreaa, blue aoile; aoem te bave the lead, and we eepecially recommend oura aa meetiog the reqoire? meoti In every way; no abaeoteea in correct stylea. $5.00 to $13.50 the suit. Oar Oombioatlon Batts, made ia alngle-breaated ityle, with kolckerbociar trouaera, repreeent tbe bigbeat degree of fabric, Btyle, and talicrlog pciaibla to put into a iiuft at tbia reaaooable prlce. Ibe patterna and weavea are eapecially at tractive, aod they Jcome ia ilzee for boys of all agea, $6.50 eacb. Top-roais and Reefera for boys from 4 to 14 yeara of age. New ligbt-welgbt fabrlcs?blua eergea, covert clotbe, ahephtrd'a checka, aod novety patterna tbtt tra bouod i) be favorable to the boya. Bome have fancy iwo-colored emblema oa aleevea. A wide choice, and exceptiooal valuea at $3.95 and $5.00 each. Tb'iid floor?Tenth atreet. MPerMProfitinlWeeks After April 15th the Price on the Last Four Lots in ROSEMONT oo the noith alde of Rosemont Avetti9 and tbe few left on the aoath alde will be advanced 10 percect. Now la yonr cbance to get them before the advaoce goea into eSect, aod have that mucb proQt ioaured at oncs. A FINE SPECULATION Yoa oao get notbiog ia Alexaadila nearly ao fice aa thoae beaotlful HOflES IN ROSEMONT 8 a ;d 10 rooma and batb, flne porchea, every form of modern plumblnr, large colooial firep'acee, concratn cellare, dry aod oleao; gaa and electiio llghts, wide lawDa, coocrete walka, etc, etc, Ita, F. L. SLAYiUAKER 313 King Street. ^tftAti ARE YOU LOOIUNG FOR SOMETHING tnndsnme and styiish in up-to date footwear for Sprlng? You will aurely find what you are aeeking if you come to Katz's. We have dainty Oxford tiea, one, two ard thrte strap alip pers, handsome walkiag shoea and sboea for m?n, women and children in all tbe latest shapea, and comfortabK warm wea,?.^er foor covering. t A. KATZ'S, 408 Kiflg St. Swan BrOaS KING AND PITT STREETS. Daily Deliveries to All Suburbs. Linonette Is the popular surnmer wash materiaJ, for suit* and separate skirts. We are showing a large vartety in colors, black and White,. French finish 34 in. wide YARD, 12 U2c Fine Mercerized Finish Linonette Suiting in neat stripes for suits and skirts. 36 inches wide-. YARD, 12 l-2c French Linene comes in black, white and colors, a splendid wearing and wash material for suits and skirts. 34 inches wide. _VA]H)i 10c_ \vhere Waality ?a ^nm^ay^JhtJi^awnMlvwn._ Our lliims are the "Best" Uants ??They taste like they're worth more." Only 20c a pound, at The Auth Stand IN THE AUTH MARKET. Our Home Dressed Beef, Lamb. Veal. Pork, Cooked Tongue.Cook ed Haro, Cooked Beef, Fresh Cbipped lieef, Ham Bologne.Gen uine Imported Schwei'zer. SPECIAL- -Fresh Calves Liver and Sweetbreads, at the Allth IHarKet and AlfreTs7re?ets.IOg "Home of the clasaieat line of i'ood Products in Alexandria" SylvanBlondheim BeilPhone-201, 225, 320 L The Auth Stand and the Auth Market