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TUESDAY EVENINO. MAY 8. 1910
I.\ two opioiooB tby tbe U. S. 8a peme Ooart yeaterday strongly eoppoit Ing two itate anti-trast Isws, practi tlooera at the Capitol profess to dls cero a bope that the bighest tribaoa! will u,t Losttly psbb favorably oo the federal law aod find io favor of the goverouuot lo tbe tjbacco aod Standard Oil cotopaoy cases The opinloos on tbe two B'ate aoti ttuit iaws arjndged conit! utiooal yeaterday by the gupreme Ooort, those of IenotBaee and MisBisalppi, coo?trued.,the statutes llbeially. More orer, lha coait was noaolmtui oo the decree. Ihe ^.ooly reservatioo was io the opioion oo the Tenoessee ata'uts io coonrttioo with a auit to ooit the 8 aodard Oil of Keotacky, where the court added t'aat; whether the aame ?lew cculd be app!ied?to_a federal antl tnnt statnte was immateri&l lo the csee at bar. The oplnlon ia tuzwded that the two deciaions indicat d that tbe memberB of tbe coort woold be diaposed to cooBtroe.the Saermao anti-troit law broadly srheo the governmeot's two blg ge*t troat bostiog soits- the Standard 0.1 Oompaoy and iobacco?came op next term. BOBKSI E. Wii.ky wsb arranged be fore Jostice O'Neil at tbe Eaetero Pollce btatioo io I'.ilt'more yeaterday moroing oo the cbarge of aelliog liquor on Soo day. Wlley's place was raldsd Sandsy morning, aod tbe police took ioto cus tody five wltoesaes aod the proprietor. Wheo tbe wltoesses were ezamioed they gave varioai reasons for thelr presence in tbe place. One maa want*d to bny pigeone from Wiley, aoother chlckeos, wbile Btill aoother weot to the place to sell i.im a goat. Wlley was releaeed no der *500 bail for coort. Yeitsrday moro icg a curnber of dsrkeys were io tbe dockit io the Pollce Uoortol Alexandria. They were cbarged with disorderly coo doct io a place where liqnor was beiog diapedaed. Beveral of the prisooers wben pot upon the stand tsstiOed they were making aocial calls wheo the hoose waa raided. Beveral yeara ago a nutaber of meo who had been takeo io the dragoet wheo a ?aloon io wbich llquor was beiog sold on Banday was raided gave varloos reasoos for beiog lo the place. Some weot to shave the proprietor, othrra to carry mllk aod neveral averred tbey had made social calls. Hxablt all tbe large cities of tbe coontry, ioclodiog the capital of tbe natioo, hsve recmtly coocloded that in foiure tbe Foorth of Joly ma?t be cele brated ocder aane conditiooB. Many amaller places will follow thelr exsmple. Dr. J. McPhersnn Bcott, mayor of Hsgerstowo, Md., baajoined the oatoo wide movemet t for a safe and sane cele bration of tbe anniversary of tbe blrth of the repnblic. He bas ianied a procla mstion atatiog tbat Ihe laws probibiting tbeeboctngof firecrackers aod the dis cbarge of fireworka of soy kind will be atrictly eoforced, aod he calls opoo all merchaota, before tbey buy thelr Foorth of July gooda,to co-np?rate with thetown aothoritiea to avoid persooal irjary aod possible firee by refoaiog to baodle dac gerctn aod destiuctive fireworks. Tbere is also considfrabie aentimeot io favor ot pksaiog a law probibiting eotirely the aale ot fireworks io the city. Miss Ethei. losil is io a precarioaa coodition in her bome io Brooklyo, aa tie reaolt of a brotal attack by members of the 11 ack Hand, wbo nct only tried to straogle her io tbe street Tbarsdsy nlght, bat ihrew a iiqaid into her eyes with the iotention of blioding ber, and all becsose Bev. Dr. Oharles Alleo, paet >i of the Beecher Memorial Oborch, waa conduMiog a crossde agaiost evil resorta in the owigbborhood of bis church. The yonng woman wss attacked only aftsr Dr. Allen h<td been waroed by let ters aignpdio the oaoal Black Hand way and tbroateniog that ooless he deaisted in bis attack* on the dance balla in the neighSorh nd two yonng womeo of hia coogregst oo wonld be iojured. Tbe ;ouig womso'a motherhad also receired letters of warning from tbe Blsck Hand Reference waa made yeaterday to an at tetnp: to dyrtamite a chorch wbich hsd iocarred the eomity of ootlsws. Senator Alprich, it ia onder?ood, will alrike from the pendiog railroad blll before the meaanra paeata the Senaie all tbe provialona relating to the inauraoce of etick and bonda by railroad corporationa wbich wcu'd ioterfere wiih preaent mttboda ,of railroad capittliza tioo. Thia will mean tbat|the regolara of tbe Senate will not permit any eflbrt to regnlate atock and ,bond laaoea and will tbereby defeat the one important faature of the preaident'a legialatlve pio gramme ao (ar aa it relttsa to rail? road". E vi: workmeo eeem to want bnt ailght excoaea for atriking. Ownera of llnen factoriea in Portadown, Ireiand, reeeotly, on the euegeaUon of local doc tora, decided to diacontlnne the blowiog of factory boroa, witb tbe ezception of one at each eod of the tiwn, ao aa to canae tbe minlaum of diicomfort ti ihe sick. Tbia deciaion aroused a good deal of opposition among tbe mili and factory oparatlvee, who nnmber between 5,000 and 6,000, and the employea In ooe of the largest conoeroa?itruck work in conatquence. It Ihe practice ia not v sumed the woikera in all the famricB will be brongbt tu'. FbesIdext Taft s railroad legialation will be emaarulated at Seoator AldricL'a ommand, At tbe cloae of a protractt d conferenceof leadlng "regular" repui licao aenatora laH nigbt it waa apparent that the revolt of the Benate "inani gectt" agalnat Aldrich'a railroad atc tlooa of the bili relative to traffio agree menta and mergere, which Seoator Ocm mina and ttber Inturgenta have betn fightlng to amend will be abandonrd. Almoat nothlng dlatioctive of tbe orig ioal bill wiil rtmain, aave t_e aectiona providi"g for tbe creatioo of a Oourt of Oommerce. Even tbat ha* had a peril cui time in tbe Il'.uae, and nobcdy Ia prepared to gutrantee that it will be eoacted. In fact, the differeocea be? tween tbe Henate and Hoaae are ao great that, in view of the radicai attion decided npon by Benate hoaae* la-t night, it would ku'prlae nobody if the enlire biO ehonld fall io conference. From Washington. Waahlngton, May '6 A concerted move among the Oettral American republics themaelvea for the reatoratlon of peace in Nicaragna wta reported to the Htate Department today Io diapatcbea from Oonenl Thomas P. Moflaf, al Bloefielda. Thia takea tbe formofa onanimona reaolu'lon by tbe Oentral American Court of Jostice tt Oartage appealing to botb Madriz and Katrada to retabllah a delay of 8 daya during whlcb toarrive at an agreemect with tbe mediation nf tbe cnnt Tbe tbreataned cintoma frnod explo eioo before the Ilonae comm ttee oo ex peoditores in the Treamry Department waa rqu*lched today by the abaeoce of Ool. VVm. P. Hepborn, tbechief witaea?. R-prfaentitive Harriaon (iem., N. Y.) aaanrcd the commilt ;e thttOolonel Hii bnrn would appcar If ancther dale were aet and tbe committee adjinroed pend log word from Oolonel Uephurn. Ohief VVilkie, of tbe aec?t aervice of the Treaaory Department waa notified today of the arrest at Superior, Wlscon ain, of Uiram Lepper, aliaa Oharlie St-alio, deroribed aa a daogeroua conn terfltter. Hia speclalty waa tbe raialog of one dollar ooiee t? ten dollar nctse. Jnat howbeat to avold tb<> embarraga irg queation preaented io Mr. llmiaoo's reaolution calliog for tbe productioo of tbe information by tbe attorney generai which tbe Ballloger-Pincbot invesliga tion denied Attorney Brandela laat week, ia worrviup the repnblican Tiachineitad. era in the Mooae today. Mr. Harrlaon took Attorney Brandeia* rcquest that tbe cablnet cfficer be required t> prodoce all Information tending to abow when bia aommary of the Glavia cbargea waa par pared, and wove it into a resolotioo ol ioquiry. A meature of tbia oatnre ia "privileged" onder the rnlea of the Liouse. The committee on rulee, to wbich theHarrisoo meaaore waa referred, rncst, uoder tbe tulea, report it back ti the House withio aeven daya. if they fall ao i> do, Harrison may call ibe mat ter up on the flior, after eigbt daya and force conaidert fon in the Honae. Tbe only way in which tbe tulea com? mittee can kill the bill ia to report it to tbe II ii.s with tbe r commendation that it lie oo the table. Bat here again, aoch a mrtion mmt be carried, and a record vots will be neceaaary in tbe H mae. It waa tt ited today at the Hoo*e that the entire inanrgent vote wonld be caat with the minority fcrtbe reaolution. Mr. Madiaon, a member of the lUllinger committee, who voted with tho minority in favor of Brandeia' rtqueat, ia a mem? ber of the conaervative braoch of the in anrgenta, and bia atand ia taken to fndi cate tbat all the "metcerlz-d inaorgenta" will iodorae that poaitioo. A repnblican leader at the Honae today waa vigoroua in hia deouociatton of tbe action of the Balllnger committee. "They are placiog the repnblican party in a defeoatve a ti tule," he aaid. "Tbiy nright bave known tbat what baa bappened wonld octur. It would have been a thonaaod tlmea better oot to graot anybody a cbaoce to aay that ao tttenop*. waa beiog made to ahieid anyone. Joat now tbat ia whtt everybody tfcioka." With the oewa tbat paaaenger ratei aa well aa freigbt tarlffa are to be increta?d by ihe railroada, the aaggeation came from official aoorcea today Ibat perhapa an ftfirt ia belng made to foteatall the railroad bill peodiog in Oongress. At preaent tbe Ioteratata Oommerco Oom miaaion caooot prct?tt againtt iocreaaed rtei notil they go into effecf. Tben ooly opon the complaint of a ch'pptr or paaaenger can an inveetigat on aa to their reasonablenee* be made. Under tbe pendiog law, aa proposod, tbe commia bIoo may anapend increaaea nntil an in veat'gation ia made. Aa none of tbe in creaa-a now oo file are eflfctlve before Juae 1, it la poaeible tbat the comcoie aion may yet bave anttority to act In advance if It deairei. Driven to tbe walls and forced to soe for terma, tbe S?nats regolara, huoaili tat?d cnd with a striklog abaeocc of thelr old time dominatiogtactics, eotered tbe figbt for the Taft-Elkios railroad bill today resdy to make heavy escrifi jea io ao effort tosave at leait a ahattered rem oaot of the meaaore. Tbe diff-reocea in tbe Beoate aod Hooie bill thresteo tbe defest of all railroad legialatloo at tbis sfiaioo. Tbe Beoate regoUrs io ao effort to avert compht; failnre have sgreed to snrrender two of tbe most im portaot sectione. of tbeir bill and it ap peared today cooceasioos in all probs bility wculd be demandedof them before the fiosl vote Mr. Aldrich aod his cac ioet of aboat 10 leadiog repablicao senaiors are bcay devlsiog meaos cf cov ering thelr retreat. All that will be left of the Bsoate bill wiil be the sectiona crestlog a ccmmercecoort; giving power to the Iotertttte Oommerce Oommlaaion to ioitiate iovestigatlooBOo iti owo com plaiot<: makiog it obligttory npon rail roads to qaote rates ccrrectly to sbip p>rs aod j-oyiliog for a r.Odiyau .. n aioo of rates i<aoding iovesligat oo by the commlssion. Erea the aacrifices neceaaary to get some kiod of a bill throogb the Bsnate do oot ensorn the eoactmeot of a railroad law. Tbe liouw railroad bill in it* preseat form will nerer be acct}>?d bj the Bsoate. Ihe iloase, in committee of tbe whole, bas accepled other ameodirentsonly siightly leas objec'lonsble to eome aeoators. The tugajeatioo tbat the repoblkan ioiurgeots io the Hoote, emboldeoed by the victory of their brother prrgresaivea in tbe Seoate, oaay loalat opon the Hme itself eiectiog the conferees oo the rail? road bill, aod refose ao opportanlty for tbe spraker to "pack" tbe memberahip, wbb advaoced today by Mr. Liodbergh (np. Mioo.), ooe of the Hoase inaur gents. "It looka aa II we coold get a really good bill now," said Mr. Llod bergb. "15ut every odo koowa tbat the final poliahiog proceaa will be dooe by the cooftrees. If the Htuae ia assared that tbeir represet tstlvea will work cou scientlously to nphold the measnre aa framed io the Hoase, Idoo'tthiok there la any danger of the bill failiog of pai aage. Bol, If, oo the other haod, the epeaker 'packs' the coofereoce commit? tee aod tbe same thiog happena on tbe railroad bill as occurred oo the tar tl coofereoce report, I look to aee tbe Honse refase tbe nport." That tbe vic? tory of the progressives io the Senate will greatly ttrengtheo the Hoase insur gents waa predic'ed by members today. Senator Hale who haa been abaent for nearly a month because of ill health, was in hia at a'. in the Seoate. He was looking well and declared bimself to be in fine condition after the long re9t. He was warnily greered by a large number of hia asaociates. Conaideration of the naval appriation bill will now begin, it having been delayed awaiting the return of Mr. Hale. C'aae Cootinued. [Special dispatchto the Alexandria Garette.] Rlchmond, Va., May 8.?Adon Yoder, arreated yeaterday for pnbliahing obj?c tionable matter in hia weekly pamphlet, The Idea, appeared aa hia own connael wben arralgned in the police coart today and re'uied to take the wltaeea atand. The commonwealtha attorney, taken by anrprlae, aaked the caae go over nntil tomorrow, wbich reqoeat waa graoted. Two mini'tera were in conrt with tbe accnaed. Yoder contenda that tbe grand jury which directed bia arreet waa witb ont anthority aince It haa not fcuod an indictmcnt againat bim. The Approacblng Fight. Ban Franciao, May 3.?There Iu aom'tbiDg rotten?not in Denmark, but in JtHriea* tralniog camp. Deapite all the bull repotta that have been aent ont aa to the aplendid cendition of the cbam pion and the atrennonanees of tbe traln ing methoda, it baa become an opeo aecret tbat aincere admirers of Jdlriea an J men aoxiooa to back tbe cbampioo in hia Jaly Fcurtb fight, are holding tbeir money. Men wbo know the flght ing game aod are noprejudiced in tbeir view point ttate tbat aome radlcal cbnogta are going to be necesaary in Jeffriea' camp and training methoda if tbe blg fellow is to have any cbance with JohuBon. Tbe Jeffriea camp at Rowardennan baa been duSbed "The Old Man'a Horae," by reaaon of the number of hat-been fjghtera wbo are engaged in the taak of roundlog Jeffriea iot) fnrm. Tbe disa* t sfactlon amoog Jeflriea' frieods culminated with the arrival of Joe Choynaki acd tbe iotroductlon of bia methoda which are branded ae plain "bnnk." Oblcago, May 3 ? Oonaternation relgned in aportiog circlea here today when a B utb Bid* friend of Jack Jobn aon received a telegram from tbe colored champion advising hlm aod otber eport !og men nrt to placn any money on tbe comiog Johnsoo-Jtfiriee fight until fur tber advieed. The reaaon Jobnson wired waa that tbe death of Tommy McOarthy, tbe coaat figbter, wbo died from a b'ow from Owen Moran, tbe Engliabmar, might mn!t in interference witb the big fight. Tht tuanda of dollara have been bet by JobnaoD's colored frieoda bere on Jack'a chancea, Ihe blacka getting aa good aa 10 to 6 for their money. Further advicea from the coatt are aoxioualy awaltsd. A Senaational Book. Beriio, May 3 ? A polllical aod ccurt aeoaatioo hasdevtloped throagh the pac licatloo of a book "G?rmao Bu'era" by Former Imperial Oooocillor Bulolpb Martlo, io which the tuthor iodicatea that a coott plot exiated io 1905 to de throoe the kaiser, or, at least, to deprive him of all power aod to make the crown prince regect. Martio accuaes Prioce Voo Baelow, then G?rman Obaocellor, of eogioeeriog tbe plot onder the advice of tbe laie Privy Ocuicillor Voo Holatelo, tbe moat powerfal forelga officer (irrmaoy had had io years. Voo Hielow waa responaible for ihe famctii London Telegraph and Dr. Wi' liam Biyard Hale intervlews, given cut by tbe kaiaer, the latt*r for poblicstion in the Oetitiry Msgazloe, aod which wss soppreaaed by tbe Germao govern ment. Ibe poblicstion of tbe London Telegraph interview, in whicb the kaiser tiofc the Eogliab to taak for dcublng the integrlty of Gdrmaoy'a iotentioos, caoaed a political ezploBion. Rescued by a Conductor. New York, May 3.?Jarred from the pla'form of a fast-moving train croaaing Jsmaica bay tiday, Mias Mary Freda was thrown Ioto the water, caagbt by a tido and csrried 100 feet upthe bsy. She was rescoed by Oooductor Bo)>ett Oan coo, wbo plooged aft?r her. Paaaengen raised a purae for Caoooo, wboae acl tbey cbaracter z?d aa ooe of tbe bravest they ever aaw. Near Himill'a station, Losg lalaod, theLoog Iiland Railway croasn a long treaile. Mias Freea waa oo the rear platform wbeo the train lorched aod she wsa burled ioto the water. Her skirta baoyed herup. Ooodactor 0*n nnn pallei the beli cord aod jamped In t> the bay. One hondred feet away he f.aod tbe glrl cliogiogtoao old pile. She waa fraotir, bot he managed to break her hold and swim athore with ber. Nelther waa moch the worae for tbeir experience. Civil War'ia Albarjla. Ooom intioople, fla Pbilippoplis, May 30?Tbe government today denied ihe forelgn military ataches permiaai >n to accompaoy tbeTarkish troopa ioto the Aibanis, wbere practicslly a civil war Is oow raglng. The refoasl ia conalder ed indicative of terrible strocltiea by both the soldiers aod rebels, knowledge of which tbe government hopes to keep from the world. Be-infercement for the government troopa are mobiiizloR at Senyroa. The eoidiers atill hold Kacbaoik Paaa, bot bave been onsble to dislodge the rebels from the Karadah Mooottln. Many Aibaoiao womeo are noder arma io the rebei army. TbeAllegedBrlbery. Obleago, May 3 ?Erery democratic member of the Bi?n Legialatar* who voted for William Lorlmer for Uoited Btatts senator ia to be Interrogat'd by the grand jary regarding the natrative of Ohailea A. White, wbo alleged that he waa glven $1,000 to vctefor Lorlmer. A deaire to get fuli cootrol of the "apot light" haa reaoltad in difl^rencee be tween BtatVa At'oroey Waymao, of Cblcago, and State'a Attorney Barke, of Springfield, that may bamper tbe io veatlgation. Barke today kudly accoaed Wayman of trylng to "hog" all oi t*e "graft boatlng" glory and declared that If Wayman tried to keep White ic Ohicago be woold iaaoe a writ of attnch ment and take tbe accosing legialetor to Springfield to tell lila atory. White went before the Oook connty grand jary today to compiet". the atory he began yeaterday. He waa mbjected to a aevere croat-qoett onlng by the membera of the paoel who compelled him to tell all ol tbe detaila over and over agaio. Following White the grand jary expecte to call the democr?t? who made Lorimer'a electlon poaalble. The grand jury baa decided to widen the aor.pe of lia inveatlgatioo aa mnch aa poaalble and it ia not expected It wtll finiah before the firat of next week, Fatal Joy Rlde Oolumbui, Ohlo, May 3-Two kllled and seven injured Is tbo Na-ll of a "joy rlde" tarly today, when a forty-horae power automoblle.ranning at highapeed, crasbed into a carriage containing two hlgh achool couples. Thomas Kuaoss, jr., bod of a retired buaioeae mao, was kllled almoBt iostaotly. HH neck was brokeo. J. H. Bhafer, a traveliog eales man of Oincinnatl, died in Bt. FraucW Hospital, of a fraclured sknll. Monti Sprsdley, chaafteur, is uocooscioas and may die. Robert Bioclalr, oworr of the machine, is not believed to be serioosly lojared. Bollo Waroer, a book-keeper, is io tbe hoapiUl bot not b? riously hutt Akhoogh thelr carriage waa spllntered, tbe foor high achool paplla escapfJd ser ioua lojary. The Latest Vaatdevllle Seosatlon. New York, Msy 3.-Gotham today ia raviog ov-r tbe lateat vaodeville seoaa tioo"Ls Bomoambola" in which appeara the "Danse de la Robe de Nult." In Englisb, all this meaoB, "The Bleep Walker," who docs tbe dance of tbe night gowo. AUhtugh ataitUog, the act, the critica aa?, ia oot all offeoslve. It wbb sUged by ?J. Molssao, who iotro duced the famoas Apsche dance In America. In patomoime, the daoce tell* tbe story of a bltthday party given by a lovlog hoabaod to bia wife, the appear aoce of a rake who, after tbe par.y, seea bis wife daoce io her sleep, bis attemi t toeoter ber room, her fall dowoa rligbt of ataira, and the fight with the bu*band io wbich tbe fightera tbemseves ploog down sUira. Nlna Payne wara the nlghtie. _ Cbarged witb Swlndling. New York, May 8.-0harged witb awiodiing William Gwyon, of Honting ton, W. Va., cutof $10,000 by meaos of a "fake wire tapping" acbeme, George F. Jackeon, 30, of Buflalo, wbb held in $.r>,000 ball today by Magiatiate Birlow. Accordiog to detectivee, Jackaon witb iwo other men, met Gwynn here and old bim tbey had tapped the maln pool ronm wlreleadlog from tbe Tampa race track. On March 20 tbey took bim to a room on Weet 58 Ii ilreet, which Ihey c'aimed waa a pnol room and incu-pd bim to bet $10,000 on Diaz to win the aecond race at Tampa. Diaz waa afcond. The trio claimed aomethiog waa wroog, aod aaked Gwynn (o try again, bnt be notified tbe police. American Studeota Declared Beit. Berlin, May 3?That American atu denta are the beat in the world bccauae of their moderation in eatinjr and drink ing, especially the latter. ia tlie opinion of limperor Wflliam ot (Wmanv. After them rank the Erwliah with the Oer mana third. The latter are handicapped in prepalring tor the baitle of life by the intemperate habita tbat prevail in Ger man schools and colleges and in an ad? dreaa delivered to a student audience at Hohkoenljraburg today the kaiaer em phaaised that fact. Hia addreaa waa de voted to a couipariBon of German anl foreign methoda of education, and hia tii-j.-aty inaiated tbat German atudcnts must be taught to drink cnly in modera? tion, if at all, during the years they are aojutring their education. The Stiandel Steamer Rofand. Norfolk, Va , May 8 -Haviog failfd to move tbe atranded Nortb German LloydsteamerRoland from berdangerrut poaltion oo Oarrituck Beacb, Noitb Oarolios, tbe wreckera t >day took part of the cargo ofl on HghterB. The wreck Ing ateamer Resae aod revenue cut'er Oroodaga will try ti baal the steamer od at hlgh tide tooight. Married Three Slsfers. Lebanoo, Pa., May 3?Mrs. Nancy Neal, Kj years old, wbose husband died aeveral years ago, died yeaterday. She was the third eister who married Neal, The oldest aiater, to whoni Neal was eo gaged, died, and he then married the next oldeat. She died and he married her widowed aistfr, and at her death he married the yonngest, who had already been married twice. After Stolrn Jewels. Bndapeat, May 3?The police declared today that the thief who atole the $40,000 casket of jewela from theCotin teas Seechenyi, formerly Mias Glalys Vanderbilt, while ahe was crosslng the Atlantic en route to Hunk;arv, ia under surveillance and an arrest isexpected aoon. The police have learned tbat tbe thief, who is said to have been a mem ber of the ateamahip'acatering staff. haa not ilispoaed of the jewels and they ex pect to recov^r them. Doffa Fur Coat for Oceao Pluoge. Atlantlc Oity, May 3 ?Mra Joaeph McLean, of Waahlngton, atartled the boardwalk yeaterday, wben ahe walked to the aarf wrapped in a fur coat, whieh ahe dlacarded at the water'a edge to appcar It. a bathicg ani'. Hhe plangrd into tbe breakera and awam for nearij a qnait-rdT a mile. The feat waa re ported to be the reaolt of a wager. Ru'h Bryao Leavltt Marrled Llncoln, Neb., May 3.?Tbe wed ding of Lleotioant Reginaid Allham Oweo, of the Britlah Royal Eogineera, and Uu'.h Bryao Leavltt, waa celehrat d ndav at Fairvlew, tbe coootry home of W. J Bryan, the bride'a father. A atrlct ceoaorabip, ordered by Mr. Rryan, prevented any annonocemeot, aa to the detailt. It la expected that the Owena will go to Kingaton, Jamaica, wbere the liia tenant ia in the aervice of tbe Britlah army, for their honey-mooo. Their roote ia to be b? kepl a aecret. Virgia.il News. The American Pharmaceatical Aasoci atlon met today io aotual setaloo io Bicbmood. Governor Mson haa ieaue. a prcclsma tlon fixing May 8 aa Mother's Day in Virgini*. Mra. AonMuliii', m( thei-lo-law of M. F. Egao, Unit-d Biatea minister to Deo mark, died io Norfolk yett;rday. JamM R Hbippard, 16 yeara old, of Newport Ncwo, is the Ifll persoo in Virgioia to die of hookworm. A ooarrisge llcsnaes was iasoed yeetet day to Goorge B Graysoo.of Warreotoo, aod Bobeoa G. 13/eJrup, of Richmond. Toeoldwblt? post, wbich haa been staodiog for a centnry ia ihd villsge of that name io Olsrke county, was torn down on Baturday by a rock crasher whicb was pssaing aloog the road. Meaara. Maaon and Oarter, commis Blonera, have eold "Mt Chene," the property of tbe lat? P. T. F. Wolfe, in KtngG?orge county, t) F. W. Payne for |S,M0. The nomination nf William P. K?nt, of Virginia, 11 be United statea conaol at Newcbwaog, Ohioa, was coofirmed yesterday by tbe Beoate. William H. Roberton, of Virgioia, present consul genf ral at Targier, also was rooflrmed to be cooaul-gentralatOsllao, Peiu, Mr. Lloyd Washingtoo, of Oblcsgo, forraerly of Weatmtrelaod coocty, haa gireo that coaoty a replica of the Hou dan ststne of Waehingtm, whicb is in the Oapitol at Ricbmond. Abou 800 duoklings were batcbed at John W. Morgan'a dock ranch at Rlver too laat week, aod 600 yonng docke were ebipped to market, and this week the fignrea will be still larger. Adoo A. Yoder, publiaber of "The Ides," waa iodicted by tbe graod jary io Richmood yeaterday on tbe charge ol printing, pabliahing and diatributing obecene llterature. Yoder la the man who has beeo In trcuole sevtral times snd bas been repeattdly beaten by in jtired paites. Oaft. William Aoadale, of Weat morelaod county, was fcood dead io tbe pub'ic road near Potomac Milla 8at urday. II i InI left bishome in a wagon to carry corn to tbe mill, and the hcrse aod wagon arrived at tbe mill withoot a driver, Upon inves'.igation the body ol 0 p'aiu Anadale was foand aboat a quarter of a mile away, be havlng fallen Irom the wsgon and the wheela paaaiog over hia body. He was sahject to at tacka of heart troable, aod it Is aappoeed tbat he fell from the wagon. The tbird anoual conventlon of the Virgioia Federat on of Women'a Oluba will be held in Daaville today and will contmuoduriog Wedoeaday, I'hura dayaodFriday aod will be ihe gaeata of the Wedoeaday Afteroooo Olab of thtt city. Mias Helen N. Oammioga, of tbis city, issecond vlcepreaideot of tbenrgan izatioo. Mra. E. B. W. Howardand Mrs. John Leadbeater, of thia city, will at teod aod will be the gaests of Mrs. R, A. Scboolfield. Dr. Bamael Peachey Latane, a proml nent Winchotjr fur^eoo, aod tbe secre tary of the Virginia board of boaltb, was killed loslaotly late Buoday oight while respoodiog to a sick call t >o mllea west of tbat city, when ihe automobile io which he waa ridiog with his cbaut feur became uomaoageable while as ceodiog a ateep hill and pluoged over a bigh embankmeot. He was pinnrd under tbe macbine and bis neck. breaat bour and collBrbone brokeo. Dr. La tane waa a son o.' the late Biabop Jamet A. Lttane of tbe Reformed Eplacopal Oboroh of Bsltlmoie, aod was born in Kiog and <.?u?eo ccuaty thirtj-iii yeare ago. Oompletely cnt r ti by ao accident the water power of Frederickaburg bas bten of practically no oae aince Banday morn iag. Ihe city lighta were oot io aae Buodsy oight aod Mooday all day the Bilk mill, tbe psots factory, tbe wooleo| mill, aod the Germsoia II our mill, sl of which are >u iplied witb power from the caoal, were cloaed down. The fcreak occarred in the calvert, wbich ptsiea inder the canal oo the suth aide of the dam. Ton break waa verj bad, aod though 'In work was kept up all day Mooday the dauage waa oct repaired. Tbe city may be io darkneaa tooigh'. Marvin Hradley, a boy, swinging nt Moote7uma, Ind., yeaterday on a loose guy wire, which crossed a live wire, wore otf the insuUtton and could uot let go. A second l>oy caught hold of him and could not let go, also a third loy. A fourth boy pnllcd them loose. The Bradh-y DO] i1- dead. The second boy was uncooscioua two hours. Dr. Charles Willis Needham bas otti cially severed his connection as nresi dent of George Washington Unirersity in Washington. At a meeting of the board of mistees yeaterday afternoon the resignation, which was tendered last week. waa utianimously accepted. It was s'ated after the meeting tbat thia acticn waa taken only after Ur. Needham had reiterated his intention not to with draw the resignation. Furoeaa Loaea Hia Seat We?t Hait'epool, Eoglaod, May 3 On tbe charge that he bad permitted votera in hia diatrlct to be ccrropted, Bir Obriatopher Foroeaa loei hia aeat io Parliment today, through the drclsioo cf tbe eloctioo coart. Furoeaa ia the greateat Eoglieb abip-bnilder and orig loator of ihe cc-partnerahfp agreement among tbeemployea of hia vaateatibliah meot. He waa one of the liberal candi d?t*a elected at tbe laat geoeral clectloo. He waa nrt accmedof peraonal Irregnlar itiea, bnt of allowiog coriuptiog ageota t) work noblodered among bia employea. New York Stock Market. New York, May 3.?Snrprisirg atiength waa diaplayei at the ooeuing of the etook market and in theearly tradiog.nearlv e?ery thing tradad in ahowiug anhatantial net gaina. At the ei d of the fjrst honr tbe rntjority of active iaanea showed gaina oft?o pointa or iiiore ov.r yeaterday's cioae. The market becaine st?ady in the lata fore noon after a fractional reaccion and at mid day trading waa qu et. Fifty yeara'experiencn of an Old Wnrae Mra. Winalow'a Poothing Syrup ia tha pre*cription of one of the l*at female phyaic lana and nuraea in the United H'atea, and haa been naed for fifty yeara with never-fail ine aucceaa by milliona of mothera for their children. It relieves tha child from pain, eurea dinrriuoa, griping in the bowala, and windcolic, By giving health tothachlldi: reaU the mother. Tw?ntT.?v? canU a botila Never heaitate abut giving Ohamber. | lalo'a Ooogh Remedy to children. It coctaina no opioa or other narcct caaod . caobegiven with implicit coofiJecce. ' Aa a qulckcnre for cougha and colda to which children are anacep'ible, it ia oni u' paiaed. Bold by W. F. Ureighton 4 Oo. and Richard Glbaoo. I Ladies' Tailor=made Suits Reduced. We offer tomorrow, Wednesday, severai ladies' Tailor-made Spring Suits at a great Reduction. We only have a few of these suits left which are to be closed out tomorrow greatly below cost. One Ladies' $25.<10 Brown Tailor-made Spring Suit. Made of fine wool batiste. Size 36, reduced to $9.98 One Ladies' $15 Copenhagen Blue Tailor-made Suit. Size 36, Reduced to $6.98. One Ladies' $15 Wisteria Tailor-made Suit. Size 36. Reduced to $6.98. Two $12.50 Navy Blue Spring Suits. Size 36 and 38, Reduced to $5.98. Standard Patterns.each 10c and 15c News of the Day. A cyclone awept over the eartbquake area at Meaaloa, yeaterday, kllllng and woandfng many peraons. Ihe I'rovlncial Ooort of Berlin ia*. ttined tbe Imperial Bank in ita refnaal to piy ont tbe depoalt of tbe deposed aultan to the Turkiab governmeot. F. A. Torscb, of tbe Torch Packlog Oonpany, of Baillmore, yeaterday told a H ouse committie that canned oyatera can be kept for 10 yeara and aiill be good t) eat. Preaideot Taft made a apoech before the Amertcaa Olnb, of Pittiburg, yea? terday, dealiog at leogth witb our relat ioga with South and Oentral America. He called Zelaya ' tyrainical and on priucipled." Bix iodlctmenta, aigned by John D. Bockefeller, jr., aa foreman of the apeclal grand jury Io New York tbat baa beeo inveatiga'ing the traffic in women, give the pricea at which, it ia cbarged, little fcirls were aold ioto livea of shame. Btricken with heart diacase whiie on hia way to the theater laat night, Wil? liam W. Boarman, 62 yeara old, a pnmi nent member of tbe Waabicgion bar, aod well koown amoog boatmen aod nihermeo In thla sectioa of tbe coantry, died fifteen minatea later at hia iiome. In order to make more crUin ihe a'a'ua under oatoraHzttioa iawa of Ar meolaoa, B/riaaa aod Jewa, tbe Honae yeaterday amecded tbe revlied fUtu'ra ao aa to apeclfically provide that peraona of the tbrpp nationalitiea meot'oned may be oatafal /kI. By a vita of 77 to 9 the Hoiue yeater? day paaaed the B.evena bill, provldiog for the conftuillon of dams acrosa oavi gable atreama aod < rapoweriog the aecre tary of war to fii cbargea for reiultiog water righte. An oinoloua ligrtoni'e bill, carrviog aotbortzatloni of more thao $1,000,000, waspatsed. At a conference laat night nf orgaolza tioo aenit ira an agreement waa reachel to Withdraw aectlona 7 aod 12, of tbe railroad bill, a poll ahowing the impoa ?ibllity of ottiining the oeceesary votea to carry them. The railroad bill waa conaidered t irongboat >he day, Mr. Dixon addreaalog the Benate oo bia amendment relative t)thelongand ahort baul. The deciaion of the Oircnil Ooort in the IMgation waged by William T. aod Ellza Fay asalnataeveial coal compaoiea for $800,000 treapaaa damagea, waa in tffect affirmed by the U. B. Bapreme Oonrt yeaterday. Tbe Faya toed the Crzier Lind|A>aociation, Norfolk Ooai <V Chke Oompaoy, Powbaan Ooal Oom pany aod otbers for damagea, allegiog the land waa thelra, althcugb tltle had paaaed oot of their baoda by tax dtln qoent aalea. Tha Olrcuit Ooort held agafnat tbe claim. Twoantomoblleaccideott, one of which coat the life of Morria Borden, a yoang oll man of Franklio, Pa., aod the other probably fatal, occorred ioPitUbnrg iait night. The aecond accident occarred to a party of friendaof Honaa Wagner, the Pittiburg ahorUtop, who were racicg bome witb him after the game. Borden waa being apeeded toa-ard the Taft bio qu:t at the American Olub, where he waa to be a participant. Four otatrra who were io tbe 10 omobile with him are in a aeriona condllioo. The auto mobile ran ioto a wagon in which a boller waa being baoied. TRANBPLANTB MU80LE8. Dr. Frits Laoge, the noted ottaopaedic surgeon of Monlcb, performed a remark ?ble operatlon in Baltlmore yeandtj on a five-year-old girl mffsred from io faotile paraiyeis. Tbe operatloo was performed in the amphitheatre of the old Maryland Uolveralty In the preaence of many fialtimorepbysicians andmrgeona. Dr. Laoge worked with remarksble ac tivity, removiog tbe oseless ociuclee from tbe iooer leg aod and tranaplantiog otber muolea from tbe oot*r alde, thas makiog both the iooer aod the cut-r mascles perform their proper fqoctions. Where tbe mascles were too abort tebdocs and ligamenti of fioe ailk waa em ployed. Tbe result of tbe operatlon cao oot be dftnmioed as yet, bot Dr. Lsoge expects tbe child to reoOver the me of her limbs. Aoother Aviatioa Prlze. Loodoo, May 3?The third $50,000 aviatioo prize offered by the Loodoo Daily Mail waa > naoonced today, It be? iog for a fligbt from London tjBpaln. John D. Rockefeller would go broke if he sbould apend bis entire Income trying to prepare a better roedicioe (haa Obamberlalo'B Golic, Obolera aod Diar rhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dya?ntery or bowel complaints. It Is almply lm possible, aod sosaya every ooe tbst bas oaed it. Sold by W. F. Orelghton 4 Oo. aod Ricbard Gibaoo. Sixty-tirat Congress. BENATE Oonfronted by a new problem, tbe Benate regulars were mighty busy and also in a state of anxiety today. Tbey had agreed among themaelvea to drop from the bill sectioo 7, which proposed that ratlroads be psrmitted to make rate agreemeoti. Beoator Cummins had not bteo lo tbo coofereoce, however, aod he had not agreed to drop anytbipg. 80 be let it be known that he wonld keep ou his martial way. Ihe bill as reported to tbe Benate by the Elkins committee gave tbe railroada tbe rlgbt to agree on ratea withoot coa soltiog the commiajioo. Uoder tbo preseot law the railroada oan make auch rates as ibey pleaae and the commlsalon can ictarfere ooly iu caaes whera abippera come ia with com plaiots and prove rates to be unjuei,. A season of miasionary efloit was fol lowed by a oonncil of rrgalar leadera with Bioaior Aidrlch tQ dectde apon a ccurse of actioo. The followiog commitee was appomt ed by the vio preaided to invettigate tho administratiou of the "thlrd de gree" by officials of the Uoited S:ate? Benatora Oartis, firown, Overmau and Bbively. A Ht ine bill creatlog a commiasion of fioe *r;a was pasaed by the Beoate. It will have advlsory cbarge of all ttitues, /ountaioB aod ornamccul airoctures io this city. Tbe railroad bill was not taken op uotil 2 o'clock. Bsnator Elkins said in view of Ihe long debate and thedoubt as to its inter pretalioo, a maj >rity of the interttate commeice committee haddecided to aop port tbe Olay amendment to etrike out aett'on 7, providing for trafHcagreements. Tbe committee, be said, wooid, at the proper time, support tbe Nelson amend? ment 10 strike out sectioo 12, providiog for the acquiaitioo of competiog lioes. Mr. Elkins sild he would move to lahle the Oammiaa' ameodeaeot, witbdraw the s -called Oiawford amendmect and then eopport Ihe Olay amendmeot. HOUBK. The adminialration'a railroad bill war again atarted on i:a roogb road tbroogh tbe Hooae thla afternoon. On the firat opporiuoity M. Waahl u n moved to atrike <w. the loog acdaboit baolc!aa?e. Mr. Hvdy after an impaaaioned deooo ciatloo of the railroada, moved to ameod Ihe bill by atrikiog out the permiaaion granted io tbe clauae tbat railroada migbt cbarge more for the ahort thao tbe long baala, upjo applicatfoa to the Io tersliti Oomme/ce Oimmia?ion. rhrowa into tfankmptcy. New Yoik, May 3.?Alleging. ihac the aflaira of ihe ompany bad been ad minietertd in a waaefol manner, the boodboldera of the Btaodard Oordage Oompany, better known aa the Oordage Traat, tbrew tbe concern Into baokruptcy today. Oo their putition Ju ige Ht It, in tbe Unitid Statea Ooort, appofetad Llodaay Raaaell recelver aod fixed bia bood at $100,000. Tbe petitiooera declare ioterett on their bonda haa not been paid afnce April 1, 190(3 and that the concerna liabilltiea aie $2,400,000, while the a? aeta are $1,000,000. They aliege tbat tba cnmpaoy baa baaa ran ioto a nsinir aa manner aod baa been inaolvent for aoma time, The Preaideoiial Farty. Pitteborg, Pa , May 3.-Preaiden' Taft and party left here at 2:30 o'clock thia moroing forOincinnati. The preai dent weot direct from the Amertcaa O'uh bacqaet to hia prlvate car aboot mld-nigbt accompanied by hia military aide, Captaln Batt; 8 creta'y of B ate P. 0. Koox, Huperinteodpit of Police '^laide, aod a platoon of police. A large crowd cbeered bim aa be walked thrcujh the atttion to hia car. Ciocionatl, Ojin, May S,?Preaideot Taft arrived here a- 10:2'? a. ro. today over the Pennaylvania railroad. Rgoseveit'a Ouiet Day. 0 penbageo, May -i.?This was ooe of the qu et days tbat former Preaident Ro-sevtlt ia go n/ toinaiat oo doricg tbe remaioder <if bia Earopean trip. There were ooly aix eveots oo tbe programme aod Mr. Rooaevelt obeerved rigidiy tbe "eigbt-botir" law, begiooiogat 8 o'clock aod "knocking ofl" foor. Tbe Rooaevelts will leave tooight for Obrittaoia, arilvlng there ia the moroiog. Judgment Alflrmed New York, May 3.?The judgment of gnilty of violating the Wilkina anti rebate law nnd fine of $20,000, imposed on the Standard Oil Company, by the U. S. Diatrict Conrt of Bnffalo, waa af firmed by the United StateaCircnitContt "f.ApP*"1* here today. The S'andard Oti Company waa found guilty of accept ?ng rebatea from tbe pnbliahed tarifls on petroleum ahipped from Orleana, N. Y.. to Rutland, Vt. '