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>.\Y EVENISG. APRIL 5. 1910.
Ehyi/X ii. as interp'tted on tbe Btsge, ia an icsut to ihe Jewia race, acd tbe "Merchatt ol Venice" shtu d be barred from Ue j tnlic achools, ia the opinicn of Rev. Dr. Joseph Silvermao, rabbi of lha fempla Kn?D0 el. New York' Id hiskciorer.iaday Dr. Bdvetman advo caed tbs iuaogunt on of a campaign aga;ost thecsrlcauriog of the Jea in tbe mrgtz ne. in the public picaa, atd on the B-ase. Ha reitrred to Ihe prote.t male by the Msb against Ihe stage rep-eaenut on ol that race, aod said tbey had soc^eded in bsnishing the .ttge Irisbman 1l the domain of discardcri property and rrjected mat u crlpte. Be tboagbt tbe Bsme could be done by tbe Jews by a vigort a l csopalgn of prtt;.t * T?e MercbBnt ol Venice" waeconctW eaBtapfirfodiafieworld'abWoiywbcD taHg.09.il ii ?-? were In their bit ereststa.e and whcu Jewa in continentlal Eurofe bal no righta which any ooe was bouud 11 re>p;ct. It did au?h toward faoniig the fl imea ol anti-ScmeUem. Ba>, lik? nFoJt'aBwk of Maityra" and "Uncle Tom'a GiWV' it bas loag elnce spstt it. force aod been "plactd upon the abelf."_^_ Wm n William tbeOorq^rerlovaded E aland we are t,ld be ttznl towna and c'j=veried theireitesiit. bunting grcu ids and psrbs. The practice ol John D. Roekefl4.tr, Cblonel Jobo Jacob Astor, lea Hrrirranand other mu tmil lloBBlreslnpurchaslDg enormoua Utttf ol laod and converting them intoprlvale park?, M porttonsof their ccmtry u Ut?, was Beathingly dcnouuced at tne ?a,io3 r.f tie New York Methodl*' Eilacppal conference in P.ugbkeeps'e iMtveek.Rav, ii K Wllson, preaidiDg eld*roftie I'.i.rhkeepsie dittict, atd R9c. Hueh Htu.tcn. prcaidirg eldercl the ClagtOfl district, in their report dt notioced this syatem ss "tyrannita! and ee!6*hJu tie extremc," They declare whcla vilisges had been bought u? atd the Inhabltauta fnr:ed to acatter fnm b> calitles where they and their auoeBtor* bad lived for generstions. Tbe resoH, acco-diog lo tie presidlng elders, ia ibnt in n.pir di-trirt arveral towne are no* towns In Darne ODly and a half dczen cau ehea will have to rloBedown becaute there ure no inhabicanta in tbe reglon from wbich t.o draw a rongregtiion. Tiu-i\.. the history of Isbmael and I?r?l tbrt u>b tie Old Tcstament, fiev LlOfd IXiiiiss, in a sermoc-lett in Snday n^ght at Ibe Lu.beran Plac Memorial Oitrcb, Washiogton, showed how the splrit ol each tsndency wa? rehfibilitated in the rivalry of Mobam mfds?m and Cb it Isnitr. Ksv. Mr. iDouglss aaid Mohammedism is yearly ootjrowing ObrlBtauity, wbicb, he said, was rea'Iy loslrg Its grip on the world. "M Miunarira of every Obriatiaa Dame and rreed," be sa'.d, "confesa that every atf-Ohristianreligionintbe world today ia yielding Lut MohammediBm, wbicb is giowing rju't? as rgpidly aa Cbrlstar. Hy, aud will hold aadlafatad sway witb ojr religior._ Ii nii: rsilro&d workm will bavr bCM r pay, it Btill reroains an open qaeMi-n where the additlonal money fiill cotr>e Irom. Evidetily tbe railroad co3ipao;?s nre in no mlod to take it cut of their ecrninpB, for tbe New York, .New lUven aod Hartford road laat week filed w'uh the latersim Oommerce OammisMOO echedalfs of iocreased pts> senger rstes. It is understood ti?t theic are the dircct result of tbe increase lo wages receotly graotcd by President Mellen to a?oid a strike. Wee!ern rail soads are said t > be preparlng lo iocreaae fbtt'i paaset'ger and freight rsfs. From Washington. tCrnsancndanoa of tba Alexaudria Garettf Washington, Ap'il 5 Mfjir 0?n?'al Leonard Wood wbo fcaa i tat I sted by Presldeot Taft to act aa special e mmia*ioner at the Ar grntine Eipn?itior?, wili sail cn tbe i-raiapr Monlana, from Hamptoo B;ada ?n April 8. Tbe "back from Elba*' morement io naUoo.^l politica t day gave way to tbe "power bflhiud tbe throub" morement, folloaifg tha iliarmmlnatlon of tbe goa ?!p tbat Theoocre Rooaerelt baa com >vninicaten witb lbe Whtlljoae, and haa deteimioed to fake bia place wth tbe aduiiniBtration. Senatora aorl con grraamep, remembericg tho psrlonB tlme ol the atrei n Bl one, are ininios aroond in cirrhi Irying to fiod oot jaai wh. r<> th<y waot to s'.and. Ftihlic oOeaaW, froai etatta lo bnreao chief*, me prfjaring lo ahift their poiot ai vlaw at a monient'e nolice, for, if tla .iof-d creaecce bere Is t ue, Waahii.-gton aud tbe Uo.t d to expatieaxs ano'ber \\!?, wih Mr. It oae relt at the apam brhiod the (bronr rjcti i> 1 by Pr-'sldent Ta.'t Erery raerri isaaaa and tffiolal i* rioin,', bia itaoal today lo locatf tbe RooaertI'. report, t&nd at aaa hare followed tbe trai' v?ry cloaa ln thn Wbitj llsaae. Piaaidttt Tafl has allowed the ln*. I n io go f. i t'l tbat Mr. Rioaevelt, ? ?o very far, in epirit, from tre cabin?t roosa. ln etti u t'ng ihe repo t i day g iVral the ald.tiooal drtail, tutMr. Koose-vilt haa aaked Ssca'c r tfjot t > procted imnieiiateiy to Earope for a conference na tha "s'ate of the onlot ?' 3eni t >r Roet ?(ii'd oot diacoaa the ma'ter, but it ia nnderatood that both be and Mr. Rooaerelt are fearful tiat aoch a meetiog might gire riae t) nnpleasant ttlk, and are therefjre pr< ? ceedlog cauilooaly. Followlng tbe apread ing of tbe 'power behicd lbe tbrooa" etory, the critics of the admlout-atioo bare reached tba conclusioo tbat tbe goaaip waa diaaenloated by tbose cloae lo tbe admioiatratioo, for political tff.'ct aod tD futther embmssi tbe waning "back from Elba morement." Wbat erer tbe object of i'a diaaemloatioo tray hive beeo It baa certainly aet official life wjiryiog. All brt tbree of tbe tweoty nine men Indicted br tbe grand jury of tbe Diatrlct of Oolombia io tie federal (ampalgo againat the bocket Bbopa ara now tnder arreat, oriu on ball. Tne lateat arna. waa t at of E. B. Buoga, heai rf the buckit fhop fiina >f that name in New York, who waa at firat deetrel to be a mytbical |e aooage. II i baa been foood, howerer, n r>ii proper peraoo aod placed ucder 15000 dollara ball. Cbarged wltb libelling Repressntatlre -Ueoersoo, ('ep. Mlon ) .Tjbo A. Per too, tniliaber of tbe "American Fiag," of Oiereland, 0., aod secr>Ury of tbe Merchaot MarioeLtagne of the Uolted Stalee.^rae arrea'.ed thia aderocoa aa be fctipptd fronrft ie II )uie office bnildiog wbere be bad beeo Bommooed to teatlfy io tbe coogrtasiooal icqu'ry ioto the sblp ? iMaldy lobby cbargea. It develops Ihi t Peoton waa aeen tlr iodicted laat week, m acount of editoriala io the American Fiag attackiog Steeoeraoo'a integrity. Pentoo wao releaaed io $500 ball. Fjllowiog tbe threat of Repreaeotatire Murdock (r?p. K*n ) tbat be woold move lo diacbarge tbe commt'.tee oo post roads from fortber cooaideratioo of tbe liil to rzleod tbe franking privilege to Tbeodore Rooaerelt tbe committee has declded to faroiably report the bill and io reiieve Mr. Mardock of aacb reepoosi bllity. lne cclt >n exchaogea ol the cooolrr are doorned, if lbe bill wblch it ia ex pected tbe agrku' u al committee will sboit'y report favorablj D tbe Houae, Is K'?aed, With awataf Kepresentative Jamea J. Mr Cleary, of Mionntota, upon the stand. the committee inmtigating tn?- alleged cnatence ofa (.hipaubeidy iobby at Waahington. heard aapiryinter-^mnK". betcten tbe witne=a and Kepreaeutative Stteneraon whe-n the hrsrjnsB wre hegun this morninjr. Mr. Mct leary re?ented a question propo??d by Mr Steener H3n wheae reaolution is reapanajble for tn? inve?tigaticn. This 1(aestion tntiwtfed lhat MrCleiry bad u'cd hi? privilege of the Hoor lolohbyfor ahip aubsidy. MpCleary denie that he hsd ever used hia noot privilege for anch a parpoae. JSixty-first Cungress. 8ENATE Tbe Lodge bill waa paased antborix ing tbe aecretary of ihe treasury to ac cvpt a cbirae of bells for the Bjaton on t rn htute from Mrs. Sirah Oahoti Wbeelwiigfct and permit ber to care for ibe malnttnance and opertt'onof tbe aame witbin'expenae tolhegorernment. Further Itqalrlea were made in tb? Senate tjday by Peoator Brrah re ^srding the myeterious dieappearance of lb? repoit eubrnitted by S:nator Bert ridge on the iratebood bljl. ijjnator Smoot rtported that be had telrpbonad tbe public prioter aod waa iun r ntO liet tbe j-.?of ihuli ???? ???' Mr. Bsreridge for reriaion aod bad not been returned. The conference report on tbe bill lo ameod the safety appliaoce ad waa agiced to. h.>i Debate oo the navalappropriatioobill waa retuned. The abip lubaidy inreatlgation com mi'tee begao .ita hearings. Consulatea Attacked. Washiogiob, April 5?Tbe attcks apoo tbe Perovian cooaulate aod legi - tioo at '/'layiquil were followed late laat oigbt by a i icks opoo tbe E:oadorlao legat'on io Lima, aod today it appeare to be almoat certain th>i war will follow u ileea tbere la aome ir trrfereoce. W P. Oreasop. cbarge of the American Ir gatioo io Lima, ln diapaicbeB aeot at midofgbt aod recelved at too State Dr nartmeot t >day, says tbat a mob of Peruvlao I'uleiti atttcked the Ecos dorian legatlon ntd coniulate remoriog the abieldr. Tbe preaident of Fera ha rangued tbe mob, adrisiog patleoce aod H;tro:!!Bm. Ibe crowda afterward pa raded tbe efratt', boi were ordedy. Tne Pernrian cooanl ha< applied lo ihe UjIimI fct etes conanl at Oaaytqnll f r aBBlBiance and the BtaM D?partment in rcaponse tl a reqoeat for inetrnctioot tiday rkbled.Oonan! li-rman Dielrich permifBloo I) afljrd t^roporsry r.?foge io bia diaeretioo wbra oecrvsiary io pres^rve innoceot fciiTan life. The effic al dlapatchea recelved by tbe Patn i-iii government from itt repreBen tat ve io F:oador were of tbe oioat alarm i^g chartcter. They are t> efleit tbit tbe conuil bad btenaataulted by Ihe mob and tbat tbe Ecaadoriao troopa cere present bnt did oct Interfere. Tbe Pero? vian fiag was desnyed and Pernriana assttil'ed. Ths feellng io L'ma ia rery (.reboding and ib' re ia fear that demon. atration may brcak tut it aoy momeot. Expretelooa of Tbankfulnesa. Boetoo, Maas., April 5.?"For nighla aod daya l prayed to Gjd to ahow my mnotence to tie world \ nerer loat bope. I beliere tist ju:tce wiw'd erentally be done me bnt at tlrres tbe ong walt aimost crazed mr. B.t (lol worked in bia own time and I am now free. It ia mocli tet er to be oot In i he bleesed aooahine (han bebiod theae crnel bara of Iror." Biamiog no one acd hjaterically hapny io ber recorertd freedom, Mary K>lliher, who fareighleen moDths set lo ihe ahadow of the electric halr aa t ie re u't of a chaio of rircom aaotial evidecce which eeemed t > prove lier gnii1/ of the a uder of aix members if ber own faoniiy, today roicrd her ihaokfoloeas ibat her ioncbeow had at l??t beeo t-stabliahed. Aasuaita Cnarge of nank. New York, April 5?After a storrny s?B"icn hst n'ght in, the office of State Superintendent of Ranks Lheny. ex aminers today assnmed charge of the luion B. nk of P.rookhn and ito severnl br?Dchee. The t aik has pa'd in cap? ital htock of $1,000,000 with indiv'dual deposi'.s aggregating more than $3,000, 000. Formrr city comptrcller Edward M. Grout.is president of the corporation It is intimated that tbe bank exim in rs, in rnaking their regnhr exam ination found tbat large sums bad been 1 itied on paper wbich they did not be lieve wa* safe. Those lo?n?, it is said, were made during a former adminUtra tirn !n tbe lail. The Unicn J'ank, with its inar.y btaacbca, was c ne of the best known of the .i-ialler banka in the Borongb of Kinga, Senator Daaiel'a Conditlon Daytons, Fle., April 5-l'oited Sts'es Sanator John \V. Daniel, piased a rtatiesa night, but seeniel aooiewhal better today. Roosevelt and tbe Vatlcan. Rome, Aprl! 6.?Mr. Rocesvelt today, displeaaed with tbe s a'emrnt i.? u-d laat night by Re?. 0 M. Tipple, of the Mtthcdist Chnrch in Rome, wbich be characteriz d ai ao mcalled for attempt to launch a sectarlan controvrny, called 08 tho pnblic rereptlon for tomorrow, at wbfeb be waa to att as hon at the American Etnbaaay. This recep'ion was to be a publio aflair, open to all re^aidless of nation a'i y or crsed, acd, wbile not so ar> nounced, was looked npoa ca taklng tbe place of a csil by Mr. RooeereU opon the Methodist Ohnrch. Tbe prime purpose ol tbe reception was toempbas'z; the religious toleration for whicb Roosevelt stands, and in view of thia parpose tbe fcrner p'esideut took (H'ea?e.t Kev. Mr. Tlppe's ttitc ment, in wbicb be fiercely attacked the vatlcaa in conncit on wirh Its treatment of Rooaevet, the very thlog tbat Rocae velt was trylng to avoid. Wbile officially Cblonel Roaseve't locks npon his cottroversy wltb tbe vatlcaa ai a closrd incldejt, It is no betrajal of confidence t > say t lat the afl.lr haa worried bim and ia worryirg him today probably more than any former controversy In which he wts ever involved. Mr. Booserelt baa reit;nt?d bis atate ment tbat he wa* willing tn"Hi: bis case" on Oirdinal Merry del Val's staement, wbich was to tbe eff?tt tbat he (the cardina ) wi u'd bave allowed the colonel to claim in public the right to go to ibe Mtthodbt Oollegethe day after bis aodience with tbe pope, on conditir-n thi t tbe colonel would prirately asaore the cardinal tbat be rtally would not g'i. It ia not going too far to ssy tbat Mr. Roosevelt looked upon this propossl as insincere tu> as insiocerity in whicb he expressly atif ulated thtt he did not believe the pope bad anv part. Mr. Roosevelt and King Victor weii riding together thia morning. Londoo, April 0. ? EsgHsh poMiclans are apptebenslve ndaylea-t Tneodore Rwevelt spring his next seosstion on Eiglith soll and tbxt somebody is golng to be iearfully hsrd bit by I'. Fjr ptblicstlou Eoglish pdi iclaca unlformly and conventlooally rxpresser treme pleasnre regardiog R-joseveh'a comlcg vlsil to Londun on Msy 16, but ibe truth is they can II! conceal the fesr lhat poiaesies most of them tbat Mr Ruosevelt will let loose another bolt wbile hrr?. At Knaitt un it was Ool. Roosevek'a flgorous appeal for submission to Rig lish nile tbat a'.irred tbe preaa of the world; at Oairo it was bis severe castiga tlon of ihe oationalisla and at Rome bl? refusal to be tfcelved by the pope upon tbe rules la'd dowu by the vatlcan. Todat's London p?para go into tie Rooserel'-vstican incident more full? than on yesterday and they are pract'cally unanimt us Iu tha oplnlon that tbe vstl can's rxnlanation ul its course is aa satisfactory. Tbat tbe vatlcan acted wit j exreme Isck ol t ict is the CQocensns of opinion ol tie Erglishpress, which I jn't as onanimous in delariog tlat Mr. Roosevelt'a coune waa proptr Irom fir?t tolast. ? , . rarrs, april .v?Uol. tfoosavelt ncay sent word t> President Fallleres lhat he wru'd be plessed to present the French ?StOttiva wltb tbe sktcs of some of the animals be sbot io his African 1 n I Presidett Falliercs was deligtt?d witb the clier aod tekgrgphed his acceiliDce 10 the colonel Bt Rome. il Is Infcr.cd from this offer lhat Roosevelt will re member all the Eiropean mUrsand presidenls whrrn he metii w vh aimilar Bonvenirs of his bunt. Paris, April '>.? Tho Fournier News Ageacy's Rome corrcspondent wirec tbal (be Americio colony Iherp, Catholic and PrifstantB alike, severely crit ciz) the ati ude of the valican in Ihe Roosevelt malter aod inslst tbat tbe pope was H' adviscd. I'hey bave decided ?) boyco | the vatlcan and are wrltiog weslih? friends and relalivfs alike io Amrrlca to do likewlse. Tbe French pspers gen erally are ttking liule nctlce of the inc dent. Sulcides. Trentin, N. J , April 5 ?Ha7lng accidentally shot and killed Frank Fraceila., lo wHom he wia eiplainlng tbe mecbanism of a revolver be tboogbt was not baded, J-.-bn Oonnolly, a waichman employfd by the Pbiladelphia and R'ading Rallway, became craz?d witi gritf acd killed bimself toda*. Tbe afl.t r took place it Treoton Janc t on, fire milt-8 Irom here. Springfield, Mass , Aprli f>.?Lru's Boe!H, formerlya wellkcown whole saledesler commiL'ed suicide today by ju nping /r.)M tbe V ath End Bridge icti tbe Ooonecticut. river. lie left in his bat on tbe bridge Batttl nsmiog a man lo coonrctlon wlthtse Blsckstone rnurdir. II ?elr.l was exsmlned yes? terday by Judge Rcawortb as to his sanlty, but was releaied. It is belitvtd bis mlnd became onealacced by ponder ing over tbe mnrder of Mics Martha Blsckstone by a tu-glar laat Thuraday. The arrei of Bartam Q. Bpencer, (l West Springfield, Mas?., loday Is belleved to be in connertion with the murder nf Miss Martha Uiacka >oe on Rouud II lilaat Thursiay. JM.IIIooairea Daughter a uypay Queen fialtimor*. Md., Ap'il 6? V eecret that hai he*n kept looked witbin tiu hearU of many Baltimorearn hecame kno*n taday. wli-n new> reached here from 8t. I?uU that IS V?i, v while wjman, wifrof "King'' .1 hn Miichell, a famoas rhi-f < I a hand <>i gypsies, ivvealed that ahe waa /orrjjer'y Miw Jeam Key Hahertbaui, a debuUnH cf Baltimore bm ietv aii veara ago and a merabcr rf an old Maryland i imily an 1 fc-II expalria'^d society woman. She lirat waa attracte.i by gypay life while alltnding achool at Baratoga JSpringa, N. Y. The atory becanoe more atr-inu. M d rarilyilie troth today when A, W-'Habcr aham, the nell known liroker, aaid th.t Mra. "King" John Mitrbell waa hia eldeit d*ti*h dr. who four yejkrv ago had li^ipptared and who for two yeara had (("ft him ij isrn-? of hi-r cbei \! onta During t1 oee two vers be aaarobaa, iio. i irace of her couli'" '?a_l| Itlaatal bai tellmx that ahe *ii M'l"1 ? ltP?J tribe. mani d the r^iUI of the trit>* and tW>m? ita qin-en ar.d was happy ar.<l a nteaied Ia Ihe hf? of the wand-ring flartaaa Battere who i new no home hut ihe wajrnn of the trail atd no "abama tfsoc.iny." Arrived at Mutuat Ctnclualoa. Baltimore. Md.. Apnl 5?The Balti? more anl Ohio Ra Iroad today issued rn official atatemrnt iiinsuncin^ that the conferences that have been insesaion for aevetal weeksbetween operatingofficial* of tbe road amlcommiticeaicpresen'.in;; the locomotive rngineera, bave come to a mutual conrlnsiori._ Thelnlia-a s'ate repnM c^n conveo tiou aaacaablcd at ladfanapolia today to niminate a aiate ticket, with the excep lioo of governor. Newa of the Day. Tbuijb orgej by Mr. E'kln?, ibe ganate ye?t.?rday refused to fix aditi f,r a voto on the adminlstn t oo rail? road bill. Tne two Japaneae arreated in Manila oa ihecla'ge of being apice were rc leaa d by order of Becretary ol War Dickinson. Dr. T. A. MiGalre, pbyslclan at tbe Tombs prison, declarte tbat Albcri Wr.l rr, acrmed of the Ttfder ol Ru.b Wheeltr, isa moral imbecile. The Marylaod legislaire setsiou ol 1910 came to a close last nlgh*. Ia a speech in Ihe Senate Preaident G:rman anntuoced his io'ection to retie from public life. 8*1 z'rlaod's largest Oa'hollc college, the Mariahtit, located near Schwjz, with tbe cbnrch library and valuable scieotific collectloo, wss burned yester? day. Miss Freda Norrence waa shot and killed in 8sn Franclsco yesterday by Nathan Pollock, a n j?ct?d talt, wbllo stioding on a crowded atreet corner with Bamuel Gildberg. Ecadorian mobs yesterday attacked the Pemrian Legation at Qu'to and tbe consolste at Gaayrqill and destroyed mmh property, brioglng tbe refithlics ou ihe verge of war. ltjllevlng bis wi.'e, who was walking the fbor with ber six-montbs-old child in her arms, was a burglar, June Vac dervoort, a Jvansas farmer, yesterday ahot acd killed her with a Hhct_u9. Ibe child was unl art, Bnrglan in Webb Oity, Mo., tt >le a 4,000-pcuod safe from R-chard Jenkins' poA ball, bsuled it in a sttlen wagoo two m.iles into the couctry aod blcw It opeo, obtaioiog $l.r>2 in cash. Foimer Vice Presider t Falrbaoks de? clined the tffer oi President Ta.'t lo act as special eorvoy of the Uuitid S:tt 's 11 Baenos Ayrcs on the occasion of the ceoteaary celebrstion to ba held there. More than 300 saloons were voted OBi of basiness by the pecple of nineteen Michigaa couct es ytsUrday. Of tbe 36 cru'ities where local option election* were held, the only cntot/ not brard from ia Oaclda, which is aa.d to p.isstss only one saloon. A cyclone of three mlout's' duralion latt yesterday left In ita wake to tie sjuheaat of Youogslown, Ohlo, a s:ore ol injurtd persoos, thousands ol fright ened on<?, ten demcl shei hoases, and a hundred pirtlally wrecked. The loss isitpwardcf 1100,000, Ex President ltjoaevelt's refusal to Bccep'. tbe conditions imposed by tbe vaicao as a prerrqalsite to an audioocc wiih tbe pope has caoe.ed a pr f ind stir The Metbodid Oonferencea now io ses sion in various parts cf tbe couotry are sdcptlcg resolotons congra'.oletiog Mr. R.oseveit oa the stand he took io the mat er. Ia the New York Benate, laat nigb , Senator Ben Oonger, after reading a a'atement In ablch ba declared be fu'lj reallatd tbat, aa a reiult of tbe Allds brlbery charge, h's nsefulnesu as a leg ialator was ?t an end, banded his re signation to Li titecant Governor Wh:t>, n pnhlirat* nf whleb bo lalct UlcJ with the secretsry ol st-t?, The French ambassador in Waahlng too, ywuerda/ received a dclegation, besded by Oul. Jam?? Maon, appoloted by ihe governor of Yirglola to amnge for Ibe presentstlon to the French re public of a r?plic? of thefamous Ihudor. stir ie ol George Wichlnjlm. Tha am bassador expressed Ibe gtatiAcatlon be felt at the gift and promised to notify the commlsslou aa sooo as he beara f orn his government on a tuiubledateforthe presentatlon of thestatue. Virginia News. The elghlh antual meetiog of tte Virginia Conference of OharitUs aod Oorrecticn cooreccd at ObarloUea?l"e yesterday ercniog. Tbe booae aod groucda beloogiog to Mr. V R. Labooisse at Warrenton bas heeo renled to Mra. E H. llirriman of Nea York, from the middlsot Msy uot i Noiember. Mr. N. Frank Neers, jr., of Biltl more, and M aa Brt'te Gold, of Dela plaoe, were married Tneaday night at ihe Warreo (l.-eeo Hotel Warreotoo, by Rer. Wm. Ohtou. Mra. Virginia Htryogfellow, of Mi' chelN, wbo bad been viaiting P. Q Cbsby, when abcu' t) lake the S inihern Railway for hcme, fell down a fl gtt ol stepa, fractariog ber aboolder aod both wrlats, spranlng ber ankles aad tnitain iog several cu s aod bruises. rihe Is 7f> yeara old aad her recovery la doabiful. The trial of Prof. J. D. Harria, of Warrenton, charged wib tbe mnrder of W. A. ThompaoD, aaaociau editor of tbe Warreotoc Virgiolao, in t io itretttof Warreotoo Int May, was called for trial yemrday aod pnatpooed ootil April 25. Tbe poatpinemeot was by agreemeot of both sidea. Fred Oauoicgbam aod Frank Obps'er, the men uider arrest in New York, charged with baving robbed the poa: office tt Richmond of fSi.OOO wortb of atampa, were iodicted yeHerdty afier r.ooo by the federal graod jury, which met in Hichmood. laspectora aod tbe diatrict attnroey will leare for New York 11 baiteo the rttaro of lbe meo to Rich mood. i B? a m.prily of 190, io a total role of 73?j, Mancheater, acroas tbe rlrcr frcni Kxbm->cd, decidid yeaterday to becooie a part of the lattermoolcipa'lty. This is the fnal s ep lo tbe cooBolidi tioo of the la* cltl.a. It la eitimated tbat it wiil gire Ricbmood io the ap proachlog cenraa a popalation ot froa 140.000 to 150,000. Ju ige Jamea Keilh, preaident cf the Vughia Oocrl cf Appeali, aaaaajahaj yesterday his foriieib year aa a member of the judiciary ot tbe afaftj Of the forty years, taeolyfoor yeara acd alx months were tpeot oo ihe beoch of tbe Oircnit C)urtpr,'or to bia eleratioo to tie bjpreme bcncb. He bta bad bnt the twj pis t o'li?Oinu'i j idge aod Supreme Oonrt jistice. lo R cbmood veitetday iHm on the graod juy creaied a seotatioo, wLen \r. dictmenta were retu ned agiio-t tbe Phil 8. Kr'ly Cjmpa'iy, Incorporated, dlatilltra of whiaky and, pirhapi, tbe best-kcowr aad largeit distillers in tbe aUte, if n )'. in the aooth. It la ciaftaed tbat milllona nf gallooa of whiaky bare beeo fnulaleotiy haodlcd by tbe coo oern thnogh a pcrf^c'ly formed ajafem of h ijl, ia which I ,j rrlsx'ebaro beeo : itM kaaarWaJajtj aj ibe gortrnm" i. l'hrre ar" llH COOBla io all ag*isat the company, IHEOJiNBUB. The eeaaaa begisa April 15 and mti t 1 be completed io two weeks in citiea and ' in tblrty daya in all other areas. Tbe i enomerr-tora will wear a badge Inacribed "United Ststes Oenans, 1910." Tbe law requirea every adult person to 'umieh the preacribed ioformation, but also providtsihs' it ahall betreated cooflden tlally, so that no Irjjry can come to acy I pirson from answerlug tbe qaeations. Tbe preaident baa itati d a proclamatioo, c.lltcg on all citiz.-ns te cooprrate with the ceotas aad asauriog them tbat it has notbing to do with texatlon, army or jury aerrice, compulsory sehool atteud ance, regulstion of immigntiun, or eo forcement of any law, and tbst no one caabe Irju-edby ar^wfrlngthelcqalrlee. I. is of ue utmost irrpiiUoce that tie ceniin ol population and agrlcnltue in tiis Btatebecomplet* aadecrrect. Lb?r - frre every p>rson should promptly, accaiately, and completely answer the censas qiettions aaked by the ecuoer ators. Tne f illowing is a list of the ec umeratora for thia cocgressional district: AI.BXANDKIA CITY. First warJ, David E. Kobey and Ed ward J. Flemin&. rtjeond ward, Iltrrls Whlte acd Josepb A. D'laney. Tblrd ward, liraxtoo ii, Smith atd Jsmes Oalian. Fcttrtb ward, Oarlin R. Orrlghton and Robert W. French. AI.EXANHEIA COUNTY. Arlington district, Obarles R. Pritcb ard, Arlington; Oh?plain W. W. Bran der, Fcrt Myar, 15tb Gavalry; lijbert F. Orowley, Arlingtoo. Jeflerson district, Willam E. Barrell, 8:. Elmo; Henry T. d'Aloert, R. F. D. No. 2, Alexandria. Washlngloa din rict, Samojl H. Payte, Eatt Faila Ohurcb. IAIRKAX COUNTY. Oenlerville district, Uampbrey B. Ilawe\ Oliftou; G bert B. Bpiudle, Oli'ion. Draoesville dirtrict, Artbur F. Ba: gess, Great Falls; Acdrew G. Hutchi aoo, llerndr.n; Gbarles W. Dey, R, F. D. No. 1, Herndoo. Falla Obu'ch district, Timothy W. T. Noland, Falla Cburch; Bydoey, E. Bmitb, R F. D No. 2, Alexandria. Falls Oburch towo, JohnG, Herndon, Falls Ohurcb. Lee dstrict, Natban C. Dav's, R. F. D. No. 1, Swetoam. Ml. Vernon distrlit, Walter A. Bmitb, Oorbetl; John H Moore, R, F. I). No. 1, Ocrbett. Provldence district, Jamea HunUr Mack, L-winsvlll*; Eigsr M. Wiiey, Fairfax; James W. Pob t, Fairfax. l'KlNCK WIl.UAM OOOafTY. Brentsvllle distric', William G. Llpe comb, Bristow. (Jjles dit-lct, Thomas Woolfenden, Kopp. Dunfrlea diit.-ict, William T. Rns sell, Dumfries. G*loeevil!e dlst'ic?, Robert A. Meade, Haymarket, Btcbard B. Hoeaorn, Water fall. Manasssa dittrlcr, Pbilip A. Lips comb, Manassa*; Robert L. L?w!? Msnafsas. Ojcoqaen diitrlct Hmjclah Rjld, Hoadley. i a i qmaa i otn rv, Oadar Run dlatriol, Hnbert B. White, Gaaauovri. Osntre dia'riot, O*rlaod Hkinker, Warrenton. R. F. D ; Bamael M. Wlihers, Warrenton, R. F. D. Warrenton towo, Waher P. Wyer, Warreotoo. L?e dialrlcl, John G. B;ale, Midiaod; Mfs Mitle 0. Robioaoo, Midiaod; IbomasT. Jonea, Morriarille. Mbrshall distrlc', Leooidaa L. Trip lett, Markham: Theodore 8. Moore, Orlean; Jease W. Richarda, Marahall. 8c<tt district, Beojimlo 0. Ohap pelesr, D.'laplanc, Wiliiam H. Lewia, Rectortowo; Heory II, Hulfitb, The Plaioa. boajDoua ootJjmr. Broad Rua dla'rlct, Jamea W. Fer gnson, Aldle; Jeflersoo D. Lambert, }r.a Byao. Jeflersoo dialrcl, Wiiliatn M. Jamea, R'tisd HiII;Oli.t33 M. Waroer, I'ur cellrille. L?e8borg district, WilHam E. Nor ris, Liesbnrg: Eirle Taroer, Leesbarg. LcPsborg towo, Georgi 0. Fergaaoo, Lecsl u rg. Lorettsrllle dhtrfct, Hsrry 0. Filler, I.irottsrille; Robe.tG. Joboaoo, Lor? ettsrllle. Mercer district, Preatoo B. Gochnaoer, Middleburg; Joho W. Furr, Bloemoot. Mi. Gilead district, George E. Thomas, Hamlltoo; HIlteoL Cunmloga, Porcell rillf; Tbomaa W. Lake, Phihmoot, 8TAKFOKH lOON'TY. Aqoia diatrict, Joseph K, Byan, Htaf ford; Edgar B. Moore, Btallord. Falmooth district, Wiliiam T. Bsrry, Leeland, Lee Willace, Pasaapataczy. Haitwood diatrict, Gilmer E. Beale, Lanc; Eidie A. B!ak?, Berea Rock llill dietrlc', Leooard A. Brigge, Oojkley. KING uF.olUiE CO0?TT. Potomac Dutrict, Robert A. Peed, Osteoa; ObarUs W. Porks, Goby. Rsppahanocck diatrict, Jamea B Boggs, Oomcro; Robert T. Purkioa, jr., King George. Bbiloh diatrict, Frederick D, Daries, Edge Ii I'; Tbomaa 0. Payoe, Hhllob. < ri.rrci'ER rorvrv. t Oatalpi diatrict, Joho M. Apperaon, Cu'peper; Robeit M. Mackall, Cu peper (Oulpeper tiwr) Oedar moootalo. Ahram S. White, Wioatop; O:orge W Cortla, MitcheU'a. Jf ilr-uo diatrict, If?ory 0 Waymao, JefTeraooton- Manry M. Lake, Lakota. Salein diatrict, Oarroll V. Burgeas, Rera; Jimea G. Hrace, R F. 1). No. 3, Oolpep'r. St?ieoilur< diatrict, John Walker, B tna; Thmai L. AHiaon, Rlcharda ?H!e, OBAMI county. Barbour dl.tict, Lewla II. Davls, Albano. <?irdon dtetr'C, Natban T. Barlley, j-., Barnll'; Rbert A Gibbs, Tru? B i:a. Madlson tfetrlet, William F. Jaeobi, Gordonsvil!*; Alfrei" V. Houeewortb, Orange. Tsylor district, Gray W. Hume, Rapidan; .Tobo A. Newman, Unionvillf; Eujene Woolfolk, Pamanky. [XNnei omrjmr, Oackoo dlBtrict, A S. J?ckson, Apple Grote; R-bert 0. Hart, Apple Grose. Green Sprlcg dia'.rlcf, Bhelley L. Branbao, Walf'rop; Jibn W. ,P_ year, Gordonaville; Jibn W. Mcrrla, Wa drop, Jackioo di't-ic', L?e A Pleaaaols, Bjoopaw; Gjorge E. i-?iggs, Bumpas*. The Biggest Bargaios Ia MATTINGS Ever offered ia Alexandria This is your oppor tunity to renew yourfloor coverings. We want you to compare our prices and quaHties with the advertisements of Washington stores, and notethe difference. China Mattings at 11c, 15, 18c, 25c. Best quality Jap Mattings, 25c. D. BENDHEIM & SOIS. 316 KINQ STREET. ESCAPING! from the discomforts of uncomfor lab'e footwear you can do by buy ing your shoes at Kat/.'s. Our dis play of ladiea' one, two and three strap sl ppers, Oxford tiea aad pumps ia something tbat the daioty and tender feet wil< find pleasurein during warm weather. We have shoes of all kiods for the farntly in up-to-date styles and handaome and comfortable sbapes at A. KATZ'S, 400 King St Loolra district, Wiliiam J. Roberta, Loulsa; Fraok 0. Terrell, Lnrsa. Mioeral dlstrid, Wiliiam 0. Maasie Luisa; Walter L. Bishop, Mioeral. THE MErHODHTS. Tbe warmest discaaaioo that haa cbar Bct?rized (he sfasions ot tbe Baltimore Conference of tbe Methodht Epiacopal Ohurcb, wbicb ia meetiog in Baltimore, occurred yetUrday afteraoon, fhe dle ciisslon waa csmed by the report of the committee oo temperaooe, which waa read by Rer. Dr. C. E. Gutbrle, of Washlogtoo. After giving ita haarty lodorsemeottu the r tan-wide local option bill for Maryland aod condcm*'" tia Irglalatare ia geoer*' ;or ,? ffti',;re t0 eoacttuoh- awu.t fntoi?Wr thfl rf ^.ort referred to the leaders of the H mse oi Delegatea aa "paat masters of p litlsal infamy" aod weot on to ssy: "We ea pecially condema Hoo. Oarrllle D. Bec son, of Btltlmore county, as u b fayer ot tbe public, whom be was pkdg^d to aerre." Immedlalely opon the reading of the report Rer. Dr. Herbeit Ricbardsoo moved ln Hrike out the peraocal refer eoce to Mr. Beoson. A loog debate fol? lowed, t ut tho;motion to strike out waa laid on ihe table. Tbe report waa re? ferred to tbe committee on tempersoce, witbont instroctioo. The report on Habbatb obserraoce also caued coosiderable discotslon. Dt Gutbrie did oot thiok it weot far eooogb lo coodemniog Bihhath desecratloo. He said Washiogtoo waa a-ideopeo oo Hun day. "Erery movlogplc ure abow ia preseoted, the tbeatera gi7ealleged sacred cooccits, aod ao a!t?mpt la beiog made io lotrcdme profesalooal baaeball oo etaoday," aaid be. A apecial committee was appoioted to memorialfze Coogreaa against Sabbatb deeecrat'or*. Tbe conference paaaed reaoluiiona commeodiog former Preaident Rooae? relt, aud with Its endorsemerl of Colc nel Rooaerelt it conpled ooe of former Vice Presldeot Fairbaoks, whom lbe pope refosed to receive aboct a month ago, afnr tbe ln er had dellvered ao ad dreas before the Metbcdlat college at Rome. The Bethlehem Steel Company. Newark, N. J , April 0 ? At the ao ciil meetinjr of tho stockholders of the Bethlehem Btatl Oompany here today all of tbe retiricg directors were re elected. Preaident Scr-wab reportedtbat tbe corr pany bad a most proaperuvs year. Blnce December 81 laat centrscls bave been bcoked for moje than $10,000,000 worth r f armor plate for abipa of tha United States and Argentioe naviea. At the present t me tbe company has on its books ontxeru'rd orders for armor plate amoonting to $25,000,000. Tha report for the fiscslyear endlog December 31, laat ahowed tne total net esmings to be $2,836,593, an iocrease of $044,238; s-trplna to be $3,268,076 an Incrrase of $800,812. The cimpany had 11,$N employes ca iu rolis on December 31. Ctaewed by Dog, Gets Caat. L-u'sfiile, April 5.?After t hard fougbt legal bittle Ferdioand Rapp, a ollector for a clo'hing house, was ycs t t lay awarded a verdict of oae ceot and costs against J. H. Danlap wbose bnll dog bad attacked him. Tho complaht waa liat tbe Danlaps kepl the bolldog fortbespccfic purpose of staoding be? tween them and over inaitnnt creditore. Rapp made a record daah around the bouae w fi ihe dcg hangiog to him, yelling in for belp in both German and Eoglisb, ahd fioally Bought safaty In Mra. Dunlap'sbedroomand wasrescu*d. Tbe evldeoce coosiated rhiefly ol a p.ir of troosers. which r -ombled a storm ritg after a cyclone, and coat with the left wing gone. Tbe conrt beld that if Rapp bad reooaloed lo tha yard he would have been well wthin his rtgbts and entitUd to recover more than normal damages, but when he entered Mra. Dun Dp'e te.'room he was tecbnically a tres patsrr ar.d lost bis Ifgal ttanding. Mora tbao 300 aaloona *erc roted ont of buaioeaa by the pecpie of nineteen Michigao coanllw yf st -iday. Nineteen coooties roted "diy" aod 16 voted "aet." Anoiberairl io New York yealerday t ld < i bavirp b-cn ured to Albert Wo.?| ter'a ipartmei ti by aaoflerofa place ai ateoograpber, Fancy New Orleans Open Kettle nollasses, 60 cents a gallon Q. W. Ramsay. Cox & Gordon nissouri Hams Q. W. Ramsay. Veteran Dust Exterminator Does the Work, atRamsay'sOnly, 250 pounds, Fancy Evaporated Apples, Not in Packages, o. w. RAHSAY. Choice Evaporated Peaches 10 cents a pound Ramsay'5. Extra Fancy Bloater Hackerel. 20 cents a pound and Norway flackerel about 3-4 pound each 5 cents. _Ramsay. Wall Paper Pictaaa Framea. Window Shades. P*r?r hanging promptly att<>nded to. Work gnaranne I. M. Le Marders l:'9 South Fairfax Street. apr4 3t Tuue up and bebappy. let a* aing a book to sprioe; "Laugh atd tha world 1 uuha wilh yoa," vladufH is the thiiif : Let us tiad a pleiuure in ou' work and ia oar pliy. Let us wesr tbe amiie that wont come < rf and be cbeerfo) everv ilay. We are full of energy and have a large cupacity for tervice, ?o we jnvite you ail to Lunch at the Cameron Opi-n all night. &3R Kin? atnet. t/irty yeare'experlence ot an Old Nnrae Mra. Winalnw'e goothing hyrup ia tha preauriotion of one of tbe beat female phyaic inua and nuraes in tbe United H'ttes, and baa been uaed for nfty yearg with never-fail ing Mjcceee by mill oo* of moth*rs for thtrir childrjn. It relievea th? cbild /rrm pain, rarea diarrjun, gripin?' in the bowela, aod wjud eaitB, Ky giying health to the child it rssts tua loolher. Twentynva cents a bpttia,