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FB'DAY KVENING. APRIL 15.1910.
IHI riiu't tflered tbe fr.sident ol tb3 Uq ttd S bt s by io_e advocatea ol WJrrtD 'ufhage wh'le he waa guest cf hwor al tieir toiventlon in Wasbiog loihat uight was in atrikiog conlraat to tbe houor teodertd bim a few bt ura belore wben ho appcartd on tie baat ball grjunl Tbtuiaodr, ytuog aod old, ol bo:b stxes, aroae at tie appear ance ol the preaident aod the enthosasm waa iutense. Il ie maeemly lor thcujU leat men lo blaa or to give vent io cat calls. r;u:h cocdur. is repijcant id cbcap iheaUts, oircuaee or watd gitieriogs. ll-cce when wtuld-be repr^sntativa menibers ol the feminine geader get io tha 030ts of iha diaorderiy elemei t of the rtronger sex they lose ihair feminiaitv and are orjaeta of com misseration. Women with tbe Instlncte of tbe am zm are generally oot stujht as io_panlora by tbo larger percentage ofthe maj.u'ine racs. Tbat American wom?o are dieposed to spe tbeir Eoglish ala'ers ia tia uitffsgecrujsdeia to be dt plorad, aod ;t is hoped tie general ver dict ol cjademoU.on paased upon latt night'a actaea may prove a ditjrrsnt to all tbougbfeaa aullrage Ul in the fn'ure, ?i iheir ctmj ha* received a serioos se'. back bf tho ir>ju licbua act la-t night ol aome euthusiaits ia tbe cause ol woman *ii9rige. We livo in a day wben Iree ?peech ia toier-t id end olten ovtit acta oo tie part of both men snd women. Wd do not wUh to see desp.t sm again in vo^oe, bat many while readmg tbe Mtttnt oi tie acenea an Waahiofctin last night naturally aaked tbeaselvea ibe qiestion, Wnat wonld the father cf Frederic- the Great bave done at m:h a ensit.' Macaolay says when this rnlr-r appeared in tbe streets of Bjrlin people made fcr tbeir hoaaea with the aarae at'acritf thfy wcu'd have manifested hao a tiger escspfd fram ? menagerie. H had bnt I t'lo patience with women and vrhen be saw a party ol them talklog in tbe m ec!s he did not heaitale to me bis caie or his foot, drhing tbem witbln doors wiih the imporative comnca-d t' ''al end to yoar booaebold aflatr?." Imk large galberlng ol ladies and gentltmcn ln the Youog People'a liu'ld ing laat night in theiotcrpst of themove* ment laMgurated bj tbe Oivlc Iroprovc meot Lesgne eepjed the reraarks ol tbe eptaferri and !bo pit t ires of cerlaln tu tioDs of this ci'y which were tbrown np 81 tho aertM and explained. M^at ci the iroprovemer tt and the new lu ldioga which bave beeo added to Alexandria in recent years wsrc ihown, aod the lact that tho cily has many rquarea oi vitrl fi.<d brick rradway and fonifeo mllea cf ctwrra waa aononced. Oertaio ct _?i placrs were also pic'urtd, and attenticn cilled to ur.sli^htiy sod inaanitary aptti svhich fii'l be elimina'.ed ita aligbt oa'.. Wbilo tiere *r; many modern csnveniencs and cmbellishments we wcu'd a!l like to see in Alexandria, th." mrj irity reaiizi the fact tbat we wili bave tn wait for aome of tbem, bnt tbat tbe epeakera were right when they called attention t > piles of stone, bricks and rOiiito, gs well aa certaln aidewaika new disintegrn ng, all of wbich conld be remedied tt small cost, ia acknowledgul by all. Unai i k tn withstsnd tbe demand icr ao Injiiry iit > tbomjar trnst acandal, and (he tharges, dirtct and indirect, tbat At orney G rteral Wickersbsm Las been teo eloatly sffiliated wlta that iunt tipermit the favors ennferred upon I. b/ the government to pjas nnntticid, tie IL me ye.trdsy adott.d a reic lu.ioo ciliing npon the president for tuch reaaons an may tzlat t) make a compleie luvestlgstioo of the sogar franda by tbe il ue Inexpcdient at tbis time. Thia act on was tsken io direct re'p'icaj to the itatement iam d Wedoesday night from the H'bite Hjose that a con greaaional iov(alig?t:03 wtuldbe inex l>?diett. Tbe Hon<e waotat) knoa wby Tne or.gi;i?l rasilniioa waa l_trodn.td 1>7 Mr Fi [erald, of New York, and called upon t .e presideit lor any facte io bia poeaeeaion which wculd tend to ebowibttan invotgaticn sbni'd nct he made. Tbe rej ii'ilicana cbaoged tbia e-o aa to a?k the president for hia ressens coly. Io i ie diaenssion cbargea and insinualhta werehir'.tdit tbe repabii? can side by tho dciiocrat?, whicb, if tbey are without fooodat on in fact, an. u d be imnediately disproved. Eut can they li . From \A'ashiD^ton. WasbiogtoD, April 15 8cfl agettes, antl- utl agettes, and dir intertsted persans today sgree tbst the hl?aiogoltie president ol tbe Doitsd sti es tt la*t mgbi's sesslon of tbe Wo? man !-u:frrpp C.invention bere will prove one of the bardest H ws tie s-rlrrge caose ever tuftfred. The leadera ofthe Net'.oral W.-nun rloMrsge Association are tedsy djiog tieir otmost tominim./. tbe incidei t, and msny ol tbem conteod that tie dfmons'.ration that ureeted the presiderts limli(-d endorasment of tbe BQfl.age nnvfinent was ntt engioeered by tbe r"'ff<sge delegatee bnt by tut aidera, Ibenauonal efficers of the aa eeciatloo rxpresarieep regret a thi cccor ronct', and tiaey area-log iheir irmoe. to ?feUt ibe respooBibility. B'cogoz ng tie posalbilitles of troablea lo the titna tl in the execuiive commit'.ee of the Na* tiooal Woman Soflrage Aaaociatlon today took op for coosideratloD tbe aeodiog of a letter of apology aod regret to the ii'esideot. The pottofflce approprlatioo bill, car rylog $240,000,000, will be reported to tbe Secate oeit Monday, accordiog to preseot plant. A msjjrity of tbe com? mittee oh poroffices aodpoet roads (aver r?port!ng the bill wlthoot a single ameodaseot. If tbat course la followed it wlll ca'abliah a oew record in iegialt tioo. William A. liublre, of Wiacooslo, American coniul geoeral at Hoog Kong, died at 4 o'clock taday, Oblorse iime, according to dlspatcbca at the Siate D( paitmeot. Oouaol Oeoersl Roblee wss vice president aad director cf tbe Mil wmkee Oeotral Compaov aod was ar pjioted at Pratii) lo 18!'f>. He rellrrd irom the wrvice io 1893 bot eoterid aca'.a io 1901 wbea he was appoltu.d at Hoog Koog. 11 e haa also servad as codsqI geoeral at Havauaand at Vienoa. Toe Ameiicao charge de'afla'ra al Lima, W. Ii Oreesoo, reports ia 8:ate Deparmeot dispa'chee today that ao amicabie aetilemeot will be probably reached w.fa EcuadorregardiogdamsgtB to Pe.u?aa res dences io tbe receot rioting at Guayiquil. The threateoed Oahioet criatu io Pero has also beeo averted aod on tbe whole ihere seemi I) _e mucb more hope ol a peacefol set tlemett of the troobie betweeo the two ooootriea. rjeventy thoosaod censas eoamerators ths moroiog 11 it ted oct 11 cooot the ooses io thia coootry. For a week tbe employea ofthe ceoim boresohave beeodistritu iog tlaok sbeita from hooae to huue, to be filled oot wiih tbe life hlstory aad pedigreeof every oceupant, Today tiey be_ao lo cdlect. Director Duraod aod bis army bave deterxioed to make tbis ihe fasttst coaot of the popaiation tba: the boreaa has ever made. Foitj-five daya irom today the first ntnd Otnal wlll be ready. Tbis wili be basteoed by tcveral oew types of couotiog oachloes hat bave beeo iastslled at tie tu-ean The first cooot Is geoerally wltbio 100, 000 ol the correct to'al. Tbe certlfled fijores will be made poblic about 100 dsys laUr Tbe cry of jubilation which greetfd he aanouocemeDt of .1 jbn Temple Gra76s, the spokesmao of Wm. Rac dolpb Hearst aod ol the Iodepeodeoce Leagae, that tbe persoo aod tbe or gBD'Mtioo that he rrpreesots were wlll iog ti r.tu-o to tbe democratic psttyaod work (or tbe eoccess of its caodidates io tbe approacbing elec'.ioos, has, oo sober sveood thooght, beeo Bomewbat modu lated today. Damocr.h of oational promioeoce are aiklng themselvee wbether there are oot too many condi tioos attached to the Hearst profler aod wbether tbe democratic pariy, io ac cejt og lt, is oot reilly going over to the iodepeodeoce party rather that baving the latter jolo tbe natiooal democracv. Tbe Bame who, aa the represenlative ol Hearst aod tbe Iadfpeodeoce Leagu>, told the D'strict ol Oi'unbla democrats at the oow fsmoos JtSersoolan dinoer of their willlogoeeB lo j ilo haods with them ln tbe fiiture, also practicaliy re?d Wm. J. liryso oot of the paity. The goveramett wlll force test cascs io the bo called blesched fl ior lstu% ac cordlog to a deciaion reacbed by t'je rahioet today at the rrgolar meetiog. Fjllowiog the csbloet decisloo todsy, Secrelary Wilsoo wlll make atinres of bleacbed fliur ooder bis rollcg aod t'e millers v.i I be allowed to take the casra to coorl, wheo the governmett will dt feod itt poshlco. A Btti'meal piblished to tie tflect tiat the fi?g eupposed to have been olaoted oo the suoimit ol Mooot Mc K<nley coold be seeo oo a tlear day wl h a glssa fnm Falrbaoks.waa character:z :d by Delegete Wickersbsm as a fake. A house bill wai tod.tv fivorablv re? ported irom the Senate Committee on Mililary Affairs providing that the ded. ication of the Gettt-sburg National Mili? lary I'ark sball lake place atRiich time as the Secretary of War may determine. Sixty-lirst Coofcress. Washlogtoo, April 16. 8ENATK Resoluron adopted by the legislalore of New Jersey, favorlntr. tbe paseige ol a bill promotiog Geo. luolclE. Hckels to be a lieoteoaot geoeral oo tbe retired litt, was preaert'd b7 Beoator Keao. A bill was paised paylrg the expeoses iccorred by the militia cf the varloos Bia es partlcipatlog io tbe j ilot mtoeo vt rs with the regu'ar army doriog tbe sessoo of 1908. The amooot lovulved is aboot $100,000 Tho resolotioo appropria'.iog $85,000 to iovestigate wages aod prices by the .peclal committre do- iosplriog into tbe increassd cos'. of | viog was tadsy fivorsbly reported from tbe committee oo ciniingent ?x,ei^e'. At the rrqueat of Sena'or Overroao, tbe resclut'oo went over wlthoot actioo nattt tomorrow. Tbe river aod ta*bors bill was takeo op today. It csir.es more than $52,* 000,000, being an incresse of more tban $11JOCO,000 over the 11 me bill. Bena'or Eii'too, epoke at leogth io cr t cism of tbe raesBurea. II * taid a vlcloos eyetera had grown op, aod sboold oow be cbrcked. II? rrgretted tbe nccessity of d ilering from his (ormtr associates io the Hcuie. He appropr at?d tbe great preesure brooght lo bear on eecators aod repreaeotativtB acd the ioheritaoce of former bad leglslttloo. HOUSC. A diversioo was caosed by olr. Ber oet (rep , N. Y ), wbo moved to a'rike from the Ooogresaiooal Record a h ale> meot made by Mr. Raioey, (lem., 111 ) io a epecch yeaterday. Raioey chargeu ihtt "io vlolation o( the roles" Attorney Oeneral Wlrkersham had, throogh I'.-o oet, caosed a docomeot lo l>? prioted io the rrcard. B?oo<t moved thit the words accu-ing bim of violstiog tie roles be elimioated. Bpe.ker Caonon roled tie Benn' t mo? tion out of order. Bionet theo rxplaloed tiat tbe Wickersbam letter had beeo read by the clerk by uiaoimom cooaeot of tbe Hoose. l'hf re was aor ther set-O io the II josp, sitt ng as a committee of tbe wbole, over the 8ol_?r hill to appoiot Mj Geo, Daiiel E Sirkies, nt red, to be a lien eoant ganeral io the srmy. Mr- Prince on beba'f ol five members of the 11 >oae mlLtary oommi t-e, pro tested agalost favorable actloa oo the bill. Field Marahal Lord Kitchiner, Kng* |md*s formost aoldier, arrived in New york ^oJay en ronte to BaglaQj. Today'? Telpgraphic News Sulcide of a Couoty Treaaurer. [Special dispatcb to the Al?xandriaGazett<>.] Rlchmood, April 15?A special Ircm Haiotoo eaya Jared Andrew J >ntt, of H gblacd ct u lty, treasnrer of the cooo? ty for twenty-fonr yeara and cashier cf the Bmk of Mott;rey, shot bimself tbroogh the terople tor'ay at b's bome acd died instaotly. Jooea bad been dyspeptic and acetiin politlcal fattion recentlv had aotagoolied him in busi nraa He waa a - eward ic tbe Methc diat Obnrch and a Oonfedera'e veterao. Mr. Hooaevelt ia Vfenna. Vienna, April 15 ?Tbrtujb an error of aome membera of fie rec?ption com ml t;e, Mr Bocsevelt found no roorxs reaerved for bim at tbe Ihtel Kracz opon bis srrival thia morniog. Despite tbe fatt tiat be waa the "lion of the hour" and bad a tr'tt npbal ride from tie itition ti the botel, abaoln'rly oo arraogemsots had beeo made (or bia recer..tioo at the botel. Thehctel manager provided for bim temporarlly lo a little room, while ooe of tbe most laxariiui sniies io Ibe botel was get reidr. Ooe oi tbe ftrat tbiogs Mr. Koosevelt did oo arri?iug here was to again brsnd aa a fake a stsPment tbat be bad enc sei t?d to be a caodidate for tbe preai deocy agaio. The ititemeot tbis time was cootained in tbe Paris Htrald, which qiut.'d one of ita Iialiao corree pondeots. Mr. Rooaeve't anthoriaed theccr.es poodeot of tbe United Preaa to say that tbeatorywaaa "pnrefakc," tbat neltber be nor Giflir.i Pincbot bad aaid aoy tilog tbat conld poisibly warratt such a s atement. Io tbia connectlon Rooievelt said that bis meeting wltb Pincbot should oot be iit;rpreted aa a desire to bear only one side of tbe conaerva'.ioo coct-oversy. "I want to bear all aldes, oo all qae.' tioos," Mr. Iiootevelt said, aod I shall be glad to aee aoyone who can enl!gtt>n me on political conditioos. I aaa arrry that Senator Koot could not come to Earope." At tie Capacbin Charcb, Mr. Uoone vrlt p'sced wreaths opon tbe tombs cf Enpreta E izabeth and Orown Prince Rudolph. _ War on Meaionariea. Peklo, April 15.- The governor's Yamen at GiangBba, where tbe wk alooaries of the Wealeyaa Chlna ioland mi'Mion were ie'uged Irom a oatlve mob, waa iu_ed by ibe mob today. Tbe mlaaicoaries fld ti one rl tbe roer chaot sbips where they are now aaid lo be aaiefrom attark. Tbe mob alao forced the absndoD ment ol tie Mritirh coniu'ate and fie coatomB booae. Tbe altuatioo ia so serioos tbat maov cf the foreigoers have t ikro re; u je on the mercbant sbip*. Two more English guiboati, a total of four are oow beiog nahed to tbe scene. The endangered miaiionarlfB are Rev. Giltert Warreo, Rev. W. Ji. WatsoD, Rev. E Ooop?r and wife, all Methodiate. Warren Ib the mlsaioo aoperiritendtnt of tbe entire iiunan province. The Wesleyao miaaioo has sevrn hondred cooverta lo Gbangsha, and tbere is daoger that the mob may at tick theo. There ara a tunbtr ot otber mlssioDB in Ohangaba, Inc u ling the Yale itition aod several siatlona ol the London mlrsionary aiciety. There has been a report oi 11 acke opoo tbem. hngllah Polltlci. Liodoo, April 15.?A cleao cot elere toral tea*. oo the iaaoe of Irish home iu a ?s Inevitable withio tie oext a!x week io tbe opioioo cf thoae wbo oave aoa Ijz d last nlgbt's meetlog of tho Home of Oommons, wblcb, amid acenea of al meat nnprccedenud Dprosr, psescd the laet of Premier A'quUh'aait -lorda reao l|i lots. Doriog the hrat d diic union Arqcllb said tbat he woold demand tbe klog's aaaiataoce in forciog tbe naouioos ^iroogb tbe Hoose ol Lord*. Wbit ever bis dcnvinds opon the king arr? they bave not beea made knowo t !? certaln that tbe king will rc'me tbem, and anttber electlon will be forced. Aa tbe price of obtaiolog Irish sop pirt of Ihe bndgrt, A'qu'lh hss prorc Ised tbat bome iu e will be tbe doml oaot Issue io thia electioo, aod he ia nn? der a new pledge to tbe irish to graot home tule tbe lra| tbing in the eveot tl tbe liberala' socceas. . Troi.Me in Miaalsaippl Senate. Jackaoo, Miss, April 15.? 8 >me deflnite ac'.ion on the pait of S.ate Senator Bilbo ia expected aoon foilowing tbe aciion of tbe Senate laet night when ru ing a itirmy reaalon, a reso.'u.lon wss adopted demauding hia resignatlon A previnos resolotioo cslling for tbe expolsioo of IMbn wss lost bnt ibe resc Intion ssklcg tbat he rea'gn wss carried by ablg maj irity. Tbe ac.ion eoNged the tuppoit ra of former Givcroor Hardaman wbo were poshicg the chargea tbat Ujhed S:ates Senator Ptrcy bad been elee'ed by mripl m iboda lhat maoy of tbem le t the Seoate chamber. Heoator Jobn Brown, president pro tem cf '.he Seoate, reslgoed. At-rtbeB.lbo resolntho wss adop' ed, another one waa pnt throogb Ce clariog the accse of tbe Sioate tbat the sentt ir:al contett was withoot inpropcr irflieoce, tbat the election of Senator Percy was free from fn u 1 or corroptioo and cxprmiog cocfi lence in tbe seta ttr. Tbis will |nt aoend to thechargrs of bribery brongbt by B.lbo noUsa tbe grand jury takes difleient action. A Falbcr'a TerriMa Deed. Negaane^, Mich., April 15?Usiog dynsmite as tbe mrans lor bis soppnsed dcnble rrurder and iu cide, Frank If.i rinan, sged St, a miner, tcday blew bia wife, five-veai-old boy and himself to a'oms. 11 s tiree year old dnijh'.er, who was sleeping witb her mother, mi racu'nu?ly eacap d. Harrioan, accord infi ti the coroner, p!aced one tt'ek cf dynamite under the bed wbere bia wife aid daughter were sleeping aod another indfr hia owo bed wbire he lay with tbe boy. They explodfd aimoltaor-oa. ly. No reaaoo is konwo fjr tbe deed, New York Stock Market. New York, April 15?Fiacticnai re cessions prevaihd in the market at tbe open ng and in tbe firat few minntes trading, tbe leading iasnea gensrally thowin^ f light losaea in tbat period, bnt liter a finner tone developed, ani at the end of the tlrst fifteen minutes nearlv everything in which tbere wa< a fair smonnt of bnsiness shared in amoderatc upward niovement. An easier tone prevaileJ io the Isst hslr of tha firat honr, re nltiog largely frtm farther protit tsking si!es, Reoessioos wei? fra?. ttona). Tha Suffragettei. WaBhln^too, April 15.?"Whereis, tbe pres'd.r.t of tbe United 8:ates lo welcomiog 'be aoooal cooveo'ioo of tbe Natiooal American Woman's Buflrage Asscc'aiicD bas taken tbe bistotlc poii t on of balog tbe fir.t ioi uxbeot ot his (ifi:? to reccgoiz> officlally tur delermi catioo Osecorea complete democrscy tbereby teatifying his cooviclioo aa to its power aod growtb, aod Whereas, bis aerioasoess, honnty aad frieodlineaj ccoverted what migbt have beeo aa empty form loto ao cffic'al coortesy, bistoric alike for him aod for 08, ThereKe, be It resolved tbat we coo vey ti Presidiot William BowarJ Tafi the tbaoks aod spprecUtioo of this coi veotiso for his welcome, aaeuring hfm at the same lime that tbe patrii t sm acd iiiilic splrit ol tho womea of America ir l?od to make tleaselves directly fe t in tbe government of which be is tbe hoocred head, aod tbat at oo di-t nt da'a." Amid lood applaoie tbe Woman's Soflrage Associatioo uiaoimtmly adopt? ed Ibe above resolatioa aod determloed oot to become embroiied io aoy cortr - versy over the speech made by Pr.sldtot Taft at their meetiog faat olgbt. "I did oot exp?ct to hear a caltfvated geotlemao say wbat Prea.dett Taft said aboot tbe Hilt-t loU,'' declared Mrs. Anna Howard Btiaev, preaident of tbe Natiooal Womao's Soflrage Association, tiday wben asked for ao explanation of ths bisslng of tbe president at 'he me. t iog last night, while lo tbe same breatb she decied tbat the hlssiog waa done by tbesnflrsgit'es. ' I1a spoke porely as a politlciao. Tbe polltical panies are ofraid of os, be cune they know that tbey caooot con t-ol the average womao's vote. If they coold 'os? oa,' we would vote at the oext electioo. It Is tun tbst aome of the yoooger membera ot ihe aarociatioo Icsl ta'.ience after tbe presideot's re msrks ah ut the ilitteito's, followed ba ihe re'ereoce 11 tbe vicltui elemer t cor Uoliing the vote, may have j <ioed ic the demooB'.ratioo. They were youog aod did oot koow that it doesn't make _ u:h d;tl=reoco wbat tbe presideot eays." The presideot's refeieoce lo tie Hrt teototi appears to be tbe caosn for cha grlo ia the raoks of the tutlrsgites. Tbis is what he eaid :_ "Tbe tbeory Uat fclottentols or aoy uocducated, sl:o_e'.her uiintelligeot c'a's is fi ted for sclf goveromeit at osce, or lo take put in the goveromeot, is a Iheory tbst I wbolly rJiasent from, oi t this q-ialifi:ati:>a is oot applicabla lo he qo'stioo h9 re." Mrs Bbaw took ihe II dtenlot nia.Ur with intenae seri uiuesa. ". be pieeldcDt* r<msrks on tbe gener a Isoljict of wrmen soilrsge were socb ee any prcs det t mlght be rxpected to inak ?, with the excrptioo cf Rooseveli," cor t rued Mrs. Bbaw. "Ro;sevelt, who bad oo cootrol over bimsel/ or anybody elss mlgbt have leap ed over ibebarrieraof politic.l rectriclioo for enough to say sometilog else. "We invited tbe president bere last night acd oo matter what ha aaid wc shoi.il have received him coorcnt.ly snd I am surc tbat the members of tbe aaBOciatioo did. We nill hold a meetiog cf the c llicers today to decide whi t ai t on we will lake in explaioiog the matter l> tiepresideo ." Mr P__; aCacdidate. Richmond, V*., April 15-Rosewell Prg>, brotber of Thomsa Neisoo Pttge, haa announced himself as a caodids'e for tbe democratic comioatioo for Qoi eroor of Virginia. Mr. l'agi baa been 8 rreiiber of tie iiou-e cf Repr.ie-ta t ves for a oomber of yeare, and ba* t?k'n per: in all important Irglslation. lfi is a direct drsendact Ol Givinot Psge sd I is alao drsoended from John Raodolph. of R auoke, aod Oiteroor Nels-)o. II' will have ii one of ti oppooci ti Mr. Tockcr, who araa defeat ed at Ihe last democntc primsrles by tbe prrseot U-veioor, Mr. Maoo. Cunfesssd Crinu at Gallows. Atliofs, lt',, Anril lr) -George Bongf, a white mao, was pit ti death h*ro trdiy for tbe murder of his wife. At the foot of the gallows Bioge coo* fesaed his crimr, thrugh be hsd pro Heted his loccceoce tbronghoat all bi* sppeals for oew trials. Buoge ct<t hii wi'e to piecea with a koife aod wooodeo aerera! of h's childreo, Womea In a Flght Lonlsvlll", Kj., April 1G ?A fierce bit'.le cccured todsy at tie plsot of tbe Axter'can Tobacro Compaoy ixtveeo aboot fi t; itrikera and fifty atrlke brei^ets, all womeo. Bricki were med and many were knocked down before the mcu Krd pdice qielled tbe trtuble. Fi_ labor Lockout. Berhi, April 15?The blg^est labor lock-out in the hiatory of GermRny, in VOlviBg directly 350,000 workiir n anl indirecily ha'f aa nuny more, went into tlTect at six thia evening. It results from the acti( n of ihe Socialist Federa tion of Trales L'nioni in rejcet'MOn Apri! 5th?the wa_e tariff proposed by the 111a.'.cr buillers union. Cyclonc Desiroya Aeroplaoe Plsnt Chslom-SirMjroe, Fraoce, April 1B ?Heori Farmsn's a?roplane plaot, va'u d st $75,000 aod a dr /.ia aeroplioe acd dirlgible bsllooo sheds at tie lecal av'a'.ioo camp were desTojed t jlay by a cjclone. Three prrsins were killed aod several i'jired. Tbe Icsi fs estlmMed at close tj $2(11,000. BABERALL BaUtOla 8TARTS. The season of 1910 rftie Americao and Natiooal leasuebmball (eamBopen ed yeaterday. Etch of tbe games ?as well a tended, Preildeot Taft beiog preseot aod tnasing tbe first hall to Pitcber Johnsoo ln the Washiogtoa Phl'ade'pbia game. A large onmber of Aleiaodrisos were prraect at tbe game io Waibioitin. The followiog were tbe reao t of tbe games. AMKR10AN tSAaTVka, Waahin.ion, 3;A'hletics, 0. B>etoo, 4; New York, 4 (14 iooing te; r'aik n?s ). Obicsgo, 8; B>. Ltu's, 0, Oleve laod, 9; D.t-ol', 7 (10 looioga). KATIONAI. I.EAOSCE. B-ooklfo, 2; Pniladelpbia, 0. B ??? too, 3; New Yirk, 2 (11 inniog.). Pifr borg, 5; St. Loois, 1. Ciociooatl, 1; Obicsgo, 0 (10 iooinga). Klfty yr*ara'e.perlence ol an Old Nnrae ?Un. Winalow'a SoothioK Hymp ia tha prercription of one of the hest feniale phyalc lana aud nuraea in tha United S'atea, and haa baan naM for fifty yeara with oever-fail ing aucceas by milliona of moth^rs for their childrvn. It relierea the child from pain. cnreediarrlicea, gripine in the boarels, and wind rolic, By giring health to the chlld i. ratta tha) Baothsr. Tar?ntyfl?8 oaotf a betila News of the Day. A Miaacnri cmple, wbo were divorced 21 )cara ago, were remarried yeiterday alPr liviog on ar j -Ining farms tbrotig1 ont their aeparatioo. Mr. Booatvelt will take the stamp oext fali io b:balf of tbe republican ran didsta for governor of New York accotd log lo a stkfment wbieh waa pabliabed aod accredlted 11 Mr. Booaevell'a frieods. The Br.t ?h Hoase of Oommoni yet t?rdsy, by b maprity of 105, approved Premter Aeqaitb's resclu ion dealiog wlth the ve'.u powir of tbe Hiuae oi Lords. Waldorf Astot haa cfltred the Brititb National Associaiioo for tbe Preveotioo oi Oonanmptloo a pratically oclini i d pam to carry uo tbe fight againat the disease. Anguit 0 t\ wbo bsat bis wife (o death ln New York and hid her body under the fljor of tbeir apar mert was yesterday convioted of mnrder in tbe second degree and given 20 yeara' im prisnomeot. Mrs. Antuata Stetsno, former head ol the FlritOharch o( Ohrist, scleatist, re foaed to receive ao appeal io New York from Muscat, Arabla, lor "absent trea. moot." The New Hampshire G. A. B. cr campment yesterday psssed resoln bos prtt-atiog againet tbe p'aclrg of the stau-ot Oeo. Bobert E. Lee io Stato sry Hill. Tbe strike of tbe empinyca of the Philtdelpbia Bapid Trar alt Oompaoy, wbich be^aa Febroary 19 waa sitted laat night, The terma ol tbe aettlsmeot bave ot t beeo aonouoced. Tbe Wesleyan Oalna Inlaod Mfaaion at Cbsrgsh*, Ghion, tbe-capital of tbe provloce of Jiinsn, waa deatroyed by riotera yeaterday. Themissionaries totk rd'jge io tbe Yamen, whicb the riotera ub?tqoently a.tacked. Tbere waa no kaa ot Iife. According to RbstM oi tbe vote tbronghcu tbe Ualud S:at s Tuesday by tbe presbyterira oi the United Prer b, teriao Obnrcb, the adcption of a new p alter, in prepa _'.loo sioce 1900, ia aaaaret*. It is probablo that tbe atoriea tl ll^lley'a ccmet bas aooeihlug to do witb ihe natiiea' nnrett. Tbey are greatly a'armed over tbe ccmstand at such eeasons ol fear tbey always attrmpt to propitia'.e the God by killing "foreig devlle." Io celebratioo of tbe 125tb aooiver fary of tbe crgaofzition of tbe dlocese of Virginia, tabltili tbe memory of Rev. MllfsSldeo, la t cobnial rector, and to Rev. Dr. Johd B.chanao, flrst rector onder tba new rr/anizition wi I e uivelled in St. Jihn's Epacop>l Orucb, Richmond, oa May 18, tbe d. te f the cioveoia* ol the- dioassin BNM 1 of Virglola in Ricbmood ia 115 h a ? rual setaion. As waa atated io tbe G z t e, Msrk Twain, otberwiae Haou 1 L G emens, who baa betn aeeking bealih in Bt muda for the laat aeveral montha, reacb ed New Ycik je.-t?rday ao invalld by the <l isbec l'ne atraoaablp Ocraoa. Dr. Edward S. (Julntard, hia pbysic'-n, said he wia eofhring trom angina pectcrla snd tbat he mlgtt live five yeara and m'gtt die in five mint t 5. Ribbers dynamlled the vault of the Firat Naiiunal Baok ol Sprlog O.ty, Teoo., early ye-tetdsy, aod escapcd with more tbao 110,000. Bbortly after 1 o'clock yesterdsy cnnrning coe of tbe robbers ettored the ttntioo of tbe O.t rlnrat Scu'.bero Bsllrcai at Sprlcg Oity, coverlcg the nperaior wi h a rf volver, aod cmi ionlng bim to be qni*'. Immedia'ely alterward a irries of ex ploaiuoa - r ckcd tbe eotire front of the bink building. Tbe robbers remaio<d io ihe builJicg ab'>ot twett; rainut a. <atheriog their p'under, and escaped jti?'. es reaidei ta of the towo begao ar nving at tbe bank, Mr, E 1>. Digges, aged 26, of tbe Marylacd G>cgr.-phlc?i Sirvey, waa atrnck by ao exprtsa traio at tbe Mary? lacd avetu? crossing of tbe Biliimore and Oblo Kailrcad, near Hya t vill", M I , yesterday aftetmon, aod icstaotly killfd. Tbe yonng msn waa rt'.emp icg to cross the ttaeks to ca'cb the traio for Bal'imcre, and did oot bear tbe ap pr acbing cxpresa. Hs body was tbrown ab. ut GO yirdi acd mr I t d, bo'h Irgs being cut off aod bis h-sd b?r!ly crushed. Ia opeo sessioo laat night tbe Mlsaie alppl ?eoate by aocverwhrlrrlog votf> do maoded the reaigoat'ooof S;o?tor Bilbr. Prealdeot pro trm iHbnn thea reslgoed aod was fullowed from the chsmbar by s*veral olher aeoa'ors, also snpporters of Vardsmao Senator Bilbo tbea began ao addreaa in hia owo defeose. By a vote of 28 to 15, only ooe vota sbrr: ol tbe rrqilred two tbirds maprity, the secat ? earlirr io tbe eveoing failed to pass a reao'ut'oo to expel S;oator IMbo, who rrcently charged that he accepted from L 0. Dulanfy a bribe of $045 in excbarge for hia promiae to chacgj bis vrti frcm former Govercor Jsmes K. Vardsmao to Leroy Percy, for Uti't d S afa senator. A seriea of earthqnakes, varyin? in in tensity, has awept over Cosla Rica dur ing the past 2\ hours, doir-pvnitdatnaKe the extent of which can onlv now be es timated at more than f 1,000,000. Sofar there ba< been no report of loss of Iife, but the people in the cities are paaic stricken and are abandoning tbeir homes for thehilUides. C0NGRES3I0NAL. Io the S.'cate yesterday a bill aatber z'cg tbe dlsposal ol sarpliu w> t r from goveroment iirigation pr jscis agair.it wbich Mr. Hnyburo bas beeo cooduc:iog a ooe-mao filibaster, waa pasaed. The amendment of S?nator Smitb, cf Maryland, exrmptiog iodepeodent water line ratea frcm tbe joriadictioti of tbe i pr S;ale C.immeice Ocmmiaiion wn iocrporated io tie railroad bill. Senator Htirtio aobmitted a mloority rrpitt oo tie rlvera aod barb^rs bill ic dictt ng tbat he wili Iead a fight agaloit t. He attacked tbe barbor bill aswastc ful aod ax ratagao'. Io tbe Hoase tbe Fi'/j?rald rrsolrt on askiog tbe president to ioform tbe Hooae wbatreasoo, "if any," exis'.s tbat makea Il ioexpfditDt to hold accnjreaelooal ic qu'ry Into the tu tims frmls, amend ed ai aa to give tbe presideat aatbority to me bis own discretioo, waa adorPd by almcst a party vote. BspreaeoUtive Baioey, io o speech precedieg Ihisvote, madelmpliedeiargea stalnit tbe altiroey geoeral aod Henry W. Taft, the prestdeot'a brother. Per? miaaion waa giveo bim to publish his long "sogsr timt" speech iolhe Record Prompt relief io all caaea of throataad long trouble it you ase Ohamberlain's Ooogh L-msdy. Plesiant to lake, scoth Ing aod healiog io effect. Sold by W. F. Oreighton * Oo? and Blchard Glb We\ Wray GENTLEMEN should get their Clothes and Furnishifjgs From Us. BECAUSE We handle only the best goods made by the very best makers. We sell them atreasonable prices; we are satisfied with small prof ts. We give courteous, con siderate treaiment to every one, whether ready to pur chase or not; always glad to show our superior models. Men and young men of moderate means can now dress as well as those of ample means. the wmre BUILDINQ E. Goldsmith, CORNRR KING AND LEE STS* Modern and Up=to=Da.e io Every Respect f Corner King and Royal Streets. Capitar$[5b,000 DEROSITORSf In the Savings Department arerequested to bring in their pass books as early ?s convenient and have the interest due April 1 entered in thesame. We Solicit Your Banking Busincss. MM^MMMMMMMUMMMMMMM IHI PRFSIDENT HHSED. The preaideot of tbe United Sat*s, althi ugb a goest of hooor, wss hlased last tveoiog at the Arlioptio H?ul, Waihing'.on, in tie cioveetoo ofthe Natiooal American Wjman fud'age Aisocistion, for exercisiog bis right of Iree speecii. His.ea aod "ea'-:alls," arose from all cati of tbe hooae lo euch volome as to leave oo doubt th&t hia word* were an welome to a lsrge bcdy of bis liiteoers. Tbe president wis ahtirhaif Ihrcogb bis abcit apeech when ibe maoifests* tion of dlsipproval came from tie aogry wonjer*. Mr. Ta t bad said tbat if aoy claaa did oot care eooogb aboot tho r'ght lo take pa l io governmen* ti paitcipate ia a whole io tbe esercise of polltical po*<r, if coDferred, theo danger lay in the feet that tie power might be exercised by tbe leatt deslrsble peraoos, and oeglected by maoy wbo would be mes desirable bb members of the alect )ra'#. Ibis was what brcujht fjrth the lo ?ol'. io the sbspe of hlsses and c&tcslla Ic was a tryiog aomeot for the prei' deot wboae color brighteoed, aod reiarr. iog his speecb, be eaid: ' Now. my dear ladies, yru must show yoorselvea cquil t > sel.'-goveromeot by exercisiog, lu li.tmiog to oppoaiog ar gaments, tbatdegreeof restraiot w tioot wblch hi xfisfol sel'-joverameot Is itr p?ssible." Tbere waa no more bisaes wheo the president cootioued blsaddress. At ibe codcIdsIod of hfs talk be was eotboBiastically applaoded aod some of tha leaders of tbe cooveotioo expresied to him their siocere regret over tbe ot - plessaot luciJeo*. President Taft ae* sured them Ibat hi had oot had hia feelings Itjured in the lessl. Virginia Netfs. Lewla V. L. ii Urstioe, 83 yeara old, a reilred Isrmer, d ed Wedoesday olgbt near 1! ?ir.i vtlie. Misi Sirab Greeo'eo, G7 yesrs old, died at Ihe bcm?of J. Edward Baroeti, r?3*r Berryville oo Wedoeeday. Ao eiploeion cccorrcd yeaterday tt a mtt:b factory, at Roaooke, wbich re salted io tbe deatb of ol H. 0. K>nnedy, of Orawfordaville, iod,, who waa eo saged In tratlog a ma'ch mixtnre wben the exploaion cccurred. Tbe Manaaaas Colored InduUrial S:bool has juit aoaoaoced the rece'pt of dooa tioos sggregatlrg $5d,000. Tbia iuo ioclodes $10,000 from Aodrew Oaroegie, $12,000 from persoos In New York c t/ aod tbe balaoce from persons throogh out Ibe northern, ceotral and socthern stster. 'f bis moory the ioet tutloo will devote to baildlcg parjoses aod otber improvements. SENATOR*" DANIEL. Dr. Waujb, ol Lynchburg', yeaterday received a le t t from Dr. Ooowolog, ol Dayloos, explsining that the rrssin he did oot aanction tbe Immedlate removal of Seoator Daoiel to his bome waa becaoae hia Improvemeot recectly has oot beeo cor t'r u -d. Tbe physician sais thepstiett improves for s day or two, aod theo baa a backeet, aod be doea noj tblok It proper to tsx bia ttrength by such a trip ju t at pr<ser.t. Erery family tepec ally tboae who re alde io the coootry abt uld be provlded at all timea wlth s bottle of Ohamber laio'a Liniment. Tbvre la oo telllog wheo it may be waoted in caaeof ao ao eldeot or emergeoey, lt ia most ex cellent ia all caaea of rbeama'iam, iprafos, aod b.u:aea. S;ld hy W. F. Orelgbloo A Oo. aad Ricbard G.bson, DON'T FAIL to attend this sale if you wantto be benefitted by th:s Price Slashiog Sale. Go-Carts Rere lliey are. Bahj's d* light and rr.otber's pride. ttcthing too good lor Ihe bsby. SI.EOFo'dingGoCata. Ci AQ $6.00 FoldiDR Go-CsrK ?J 7?5 srta. CA JQ "' $9,15 Sale price $6.00 Fc Sile price $10.00 G Fale price $1500 G Sale price Lace Curtains, Porlicrs, Etc. A laodsrrr.e lice et I.a^e rnnsins and Por tiers rtiiiv. rll be s>ld duriug this* ?alc. This means a grand nppnrinnity for yoa to mpplv yourn'edsat ont-hslf ?hat jcu wonld LfcVS to pay in the regular way. Mantel Mirrors. ISx-'O Fretih Pevtl Plate Mirmr. with fl-incli sr-lid oak frame: regular ?() Tff $15 Mirrcr for only. *"?'i? Double Deck Heavv Go'd Frania !Cx40 French Pevel Plbte Mirroi; fiO C I 1 75 Mirror for only. $lO,JiJ Griff in Furniture Co.lnc 810-812 King Street Virginia Militaay Institutc ItXtN-JTON. V?. Th? Bo-r.. ot Vi.itor.. .til.. ??uu?l MMtlnf oa tfecSU ?f orn.it J th.tlb. l'ift l?ll" l.l DMTKM, mJ ' ' ' fiM bo?f<i "J ??-"? aptSsaSMM mtmif ?*.*_*~*** . tha uod.M.f o?d oo OT b?_r. i^**i?e\9\MS9jL _l_r^ z* ?wt.rcar-.-Mt. K. W. NH HOLH. SupC. aprlWsB t*Ms,5W_ A Husical Treat, Concert .liVTHF. APOLLO ORCHESTRA Forty piere? -Allert P. Johnstr.n, iJ.'reMor. Assi'ted bj Mra. Thr*, *. Hnlfi-h. Onfralto, aud Mr. Kenntth W. O^dun, Tenor. .ATTliK . Voung People's Building FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 27, 1910, at EIGHT U'CL.CK. Admission .... 35c Feesfit of Young P<oplt's Building. IftJJ Id