Newspaper Page Text
TII^R3DAY EVENINQ. MAY 5,1910
When Preaident Taft rotornB ti
Wa?hiogron, It ia aaid tbat he will be
advlaed by a uomber of hia atanched
anppoit;ra Io Coogreia to abandoo aM
bope of aecorlDg the eractmeot of the
measarea on his legislatlye progmmme
and to aanction tbe prompt pasasge of
tbe few remaiolng appropritton bills
and the immediate adporoment of Oon
grfaa, to be followci by ao appeal to the
votera to decide betwetn the admlnistra
t oo, ataodlog sqoarely on the rej-ubll
can platform, aod a coalitloo of inaor
geLt) aod democrale wblcb baa made
impoaeible the eoactmect of aoy impor
taot l'glalation. Some of tbe preaidert's
tupportrra io Oongress will tell btm that
it may bep:aaible to secure the enact
mett ef tbe m?re abell of an interstate
commrrce bill, w!ti all ita fiial pnvi
sioos elirainit'.d, andpoasibly one or two
other meaanres on tbe proerimme. All
will admlt, bowever, the impoasibillty of
enac'.log aoj tbiDg like aoadrquvte Inter
atate commetce bill aod tbe great im
probabilliy of aecorlcg the enactment o!
aoy of the otber meaaorea to whlcb Mr.
Talt ttmJa spccially committed. It is
frar.kly admitted by lfadera in botb
honaeaof Oongress that in neltber booar
ia there a repoblican mtpr'ty todsy.
Tbe leaders are wholiy disccuraged aod
disbearteof d aod they can foreaee notb
iog bu? icterminsb.'e defeat ahead, witb
no commenaont? retorn for the effnt
cxprnded. The inrurgenta are convinced
that tbey are addiog to their peraonal
preatige and promotiorj; the'r Individaal
political fortonea by sldlng with the
democra'a agslost Mr. Taft and hia ad
The men ot Virgioia, aod eepecially
the dtmccnts, ate agaln nrged to pay
tbia week tbe amouot of their atate capl
tation or poll !axe*. Uoder (he provis
ioos of tbe law a nran moit have paid
"all s'a'.e capitft'on tixcs esseased cr
aaaessable againat blm for tbe tbref
yeara next precrding tbe year in whlcb
he cflera to tote." Ihe cit'??n who is
not a voter ia bardly a aWaaw, aioce he
ia powerkaa to particlpate in tbe aeltc
t'on of rffic'als of city, connty, ?'.&'? or
satiop. He Is really a intj'Ct, bot not
a cit'z?o. It matters not bow mocb
properly be msy own, he msy not ?oU
in aoy electbn unless aod nntil hia poll
tsxes for tbe )a?t ibree yem are paid,
aod tb*y muat be psid before 8anday,
May S b. Every deroocrat rught to
pay h's poll tsxes tbis week io ord?=r
tbat be may vcts fol congressman ic
November and tbos iosore tbe choice of
a democnt. Pay yoor tsxes. Be a
vrt?r and a citiz?o, not merely a snr ject.
gAMUEL B. Chapen, of B etin,
brcuiht the 4 000 delegatrs totbe MenV
National Mlaaiooary Society, io Obicago,
to tbeir feet io greit entbnsiaam ytster
day wben he raid:
This is tbe battle of the Almigbtr G)d
sgaicat the almigbty dollar. Tbe Gad
ot ull tbioga sball wio. He shall wio
throogh tbe mau tbat bss been tbe very
alave of tbe almigbty dollar, lut ba?
tar ifd frcm it. Thisis tbe batt'e of tbr
tmtoeaa mao f conmt the world. I:
is tbe most pmmisiogevaogeliz t.onever
atait:d. @occpaa rrn-i crcwo oar ef
fortr. Alresd? 65,000 big buaioeaa meo,
baokers, hrokers, onaoolac urers. men oi
eyery class, have joloed tbe miesiooarv
Dr. D. K. Lilly, of Richmood, ad
dressed tbe coogres* oo "What Laymec
Cifl Do for Misaions."
Memuers of labor nniooa, aaya tbe
Phiiadclpbia Record, Bomttimea imagine
tbat io bcldicg boycotta tj be oolawfu
tbe ccurtB are dlscrimioating againet
tbem. But in maoy instances agree
menta betwecn capitalitti not to trade
witb certain persona have been held to
be illegal boycctf. Tbe real cffenae oi
tbe Mfsaiasippi ioonber coocerna agalost
whom tbe atate proceeded waa boycottiog
certain dealer*, at well aa iuppressiog
comp-rtition by apportioning territory to
ihe aeveral membeia of tbe lomber aasc
ciaiion. Toe Uoitcd Stit?s Supreme
Court on Monday soataioed tbe Miasis
aippi law and tbrreby condemned a boj
cott corcu;tfd by tbe combioation of
AbTOfM>Ei> by tbe coofeaaion of
Uirry Levioaoo, master of wbite
alaves, District Aitorney Whitmao's en?
tlre mh* ia eogaged io New York today
in rcoodiog up evidence that will prot
sbly eid in nomerooa arrea'a. At tbe
saroe time the district attorney will raid
seversl "stocbades" where wbite slavea
a-e kfit rn txblbition for proapective
parchastra and from|which they are sent
giiltleaa and ioooceot, to a lifo of sbaone
? id death. People wbo viait the art
ga! try in the Lctme, Paris, look with
hor^or npon a pictore repreaett og a
lemal-r a'ave matket of tbe eas% acd
pnbably feel thackp' that iu:h a bor
rible tra6e isnotallowed among civilii'd
p?ople of i ut daya. It aeeme, howerer,
tht socb thiogs are carried on in the
chief ciy of r ur own coorty.
Alauama seems to haye t red of Got
erntr Oomer aod bia u tn-radical prohi<
b ton prrgrammp. Ao ani-Uuiner
aale ticket bas just been nominated in
tbe democratie primary, and tbe Oomer
reign of terror will aoon beabated. Whst
the courts begsn tbe votera bave now
Akter eerving twoyeareloaBuiiliao
prson, pait of tbst time nnder sentecce
ofdeatb, followlng the collapae of ?he
ill-'ated Msgali imu-rectionsry expedi
tion to Brcxil, George Vlce, a Hscker
saok, N. J., yooth arrlved at New York
today oo tbe a'.eamer Vasari from Rio
Janeiro. H; declared be bad eniugh cf
laaorrecllooa acd wonld stay bome n
tbe 'u ore. That he *as ntt immed
iately ebot followirg bis cettire was due
to tbe interceasion of tbe Uoit d Stataa
NeRo fiddled while Bom? bamed.
Taft watchea ball garaes in St. Li.u a
whlle bis p?t railroad bill ia being
koocked iot) sroltiereens ia Wash?
Waahlngton, May 5
Just to gire the presideot a chance to
*ee wr.a' acotnpbte wreck iooka llk\
tie Senate rfgu ars refrained from a-iy
aftort to pstcb up tbe railroad bill today
Tbey desire him tosee thebi tt?red favor
iie of tbe adminiatratloD at bis worai in
tbe htpe that be will b?> moved to u-e
tbe big b ick in the nVht to get some
thlog tbnoghOongrtes. It war ju?t M
noooccd tbit the prugramme for today's
sesslon woold call for a coople of leng
speeches thtt wooid leave litt'e or no
time for tbe coosideratlon of tbe bHI
Tbat woold leave the measore In the &'f
nntil the prestdeut arrived tomorrow and
give bim ao opportoolty to suggest plaos
for dispoalng of_tbe wreck. In their
bopelese atate tbe leaders st both endeof
tbe Oapitol feel tiattbpy can accomplish
ootblog ualess tbe preaident will coi
sent to ttkean attivepart io the coatest.
A iuate veterao declared to a friend
today that be propos^d to t?U tbe pres'
deot point blank that be bsd no busicess
ti be traveling aroond tbe cour.t'j when
bills of impyrtaoce to tbe paity were in
danger of failure. "It may take me a
week to see bim," be added "ru". I wlil
tell bim wbat I thiokof it." Op?n rau
tiny bas broken ru' among tbestsmpeded
regolara in tbe H( u<e. It is a custom tbai
wben a rolicall la ti be takeo in th*
Hooae to algoal the fact on *'fc'ric belia
plsoed throogbont tbe H in*e end
of the Oapitol and tbe office tu.ld
iog. To cast a record vote bas alweys
been accoooted an impirtar.t ?c by
cocgreismsn aod it baa b^eo tbeir Id
vsriable costom to hoit'", wben call
ed to tbe chanber frr tbat pupo?e.
Io contraat witb this la the tec- toat oo
a recent rollca'l 80 ol the regnlsu s?> in
thelr offices aod re?n?fd toreaporjd totbe
oall of the bells. The republicso wh'p
visited tbem and by personal eibortstion
tried nsecure tbeir atteodaoce. Their
soswer waa, in substaocf: "The presi?
deot is raoolog aroaod and if be doea
oot care for 'be bill why ahoold we
botherabrut it." Progressive seott r
are dialnclioed to talk abcut tbe prfai
dent's cbrrge thst tbey are resbonaiblr
for tbe moddled coodition of tflairs be
csose tbey desire to avoid a personal
controversy witb bim. "Not now,"
said a progreasive wbo was asked for a
?tatrment, "but tbis is goiog to lesd to
ao ncote el'.ustion. The real csuae of
tbe falldown however, is that they bad
the foolish idea tbat tbey conld write a
bill covering as moch importar t grouod
as doea tbis one, at a cabinet mee'.ing,
a:d tben expect everyloiy to vote f.r it
preclsely aa they aeot it to os "
After iosisting that he had no ioten
tion of interfrriog with the work of tbe
Billinger-Pincbot iovestigat<ng coromit
ee or nfl?ciog on fie attitade of tia*
body, Repreieotat^ve Harrisnn of N<w
York t?day askfd jul'ciary cnmmi tc to
mske a favorable report on biaresoiu ion
calling ddoo tbeat orney geoeral to tran
imtt to tbe Hooae those docomenta bfa'
og oo tbeiovestigation whicb bave beeo
?ithheld by tbe committee, Mr. Har
ison declared tbat be ba>ed bis reqoeet
jo a fi-m belief that tie conntry was
aox;ou*to bave every poeslble fact plac d
before the commifee acd on the st?U
meot oi Mr. B aodela, At orney for
GUvis, tbat tbeae pspeta wonld bave
an Important bearing cn tbe case.
Mr. Harrlson's atatemen*. Mr. D?nby
oi Micbigao, a member of tbe Judiciary
committee and also of tbe invengitiog
committee made a rather bested s'ate
meot in wbirh he ass'r:ed that tbe odIj
reasons which wonld have rrjmptei the
i t;odu tlon of tbe reso uicna wer
eitber a dealre to abow tbat the attorney
general And tbe presideot bsd acte I in
bai fai h or to dacredit tbe invest gnt
mg committee. Mr. H trrison answered
by sayiog tbat if tbe p*p*rs bad no
bearing on the caae a presi deil of mi?
apprebension as to their purpoit wcti d
be avoided by having tbem presented to
congress. The committee took no attlcn
on tbe resolntion,
By commoD consent a trace was de
claied yeaterday eveoiog between the
regnlsrs and the iosorgeott on the rail?
road bill, aod it was agreed tbat no rote
abcu'd be takeo ootil Monday on any
amendment to tbe bill. Tbis will give
the presideot, on his return, an oppor
tuoity to analjzs thea tmtion before tbe
next more ia made. -e ator Aldricb
went to New York yeaterday afteroooo
and will not tetarn to Waabiogtoo notl
;usday olgb*. Aoyhow t'ae senator
will not return to the Senate ontil Tn?s
day. In bis sbaeoce tbe regolara df
cided to prerrnt aoy actioo of conar
qaeoce beiog taken oo tbe bill. Tbey
alao decided that, If poieible tbey woold
adj un tbe Senate from today'a se*aion
anill Monday. Wben Mr. Aldrich de
par'e-1 be exborted hia liiu'-joauia to do
emytbiog poaaible to pledg* e majirity
oj the Senate to the aoppoit of the presi
dent'a meaanrea. Tbe regclars claim to
have 40 senators io line and tbey are
workiog bard t) get the o her ?even
aeeded for a mfjority from the raoka rf
two repobllcans. If tbat faila, an etl >rt
will be made to draw on tbe deroocrata
for a lew yotea. There Is a lack of har
onooy amoDg tbe progrea?ivfs tbst rec
deis oncertaln their coorae on the bill.
Tbey have never bad a compsct orgso
'zatloo berauie the range of their mem
bership is from radicals tiaeo>tira who
are iosorgeot only oo psit colsr qoe*
tion?. They may be eip?cted, bowever,
to itand togetber as tbey have in tbe
past fcr progresslve policiea.
Pecretary cf the Ioterior Bsllioger
again took tbe Kind today wben the
coogreesiooai investigationcomm tteebe
gan it 80.b day ct beariog. The aecrc
tary gave a loog and tecbnical explaoa
, tion of tbe woik of t ie rpclamation eer
i vice, members of tbe committee evlnclng
coosiderable interest in tba epportlon
roent of tbe irrigation pr ]nU In tbe
west By repeitsd qaestiooiog Seuator
Fiiot obtaioed from Secretary Ballioger
the admisaion tbat bUmefor tbejaoequtl
dlstribaiion of tbe reclamatloo pr. jccts
and otber ahortcominga io tbe goveru
ment'a irrigation policy waa properly t)
be iaid opon tbe Secretary of tbelnterlor
Hitcbcock, pstt colarly, since be au
the riid miM of the rxistlng reclsma
A favorable report oo tbe Drarre bill
ircreaaiog tbe wagea of akilled mechao
ics lo tbe Waahlngton navy yard by
10 per cect waa made by a aab-eom
mittpe of tbe House oaval affair com?
Io testifyiog bsfore tbe ilooie com
mit'ee oo apprt prlatloon aa to tbe aflairi
of tbe dmilhsnoian Inatitntlon, Oirector
Walcoit said tbat 12,000 sppcimens bad
been received from tbe Booaevelt ex
pedition. Tbe committee were pleased
to lesro thtt a dlkdtk was amoog tbe
Althongh Prince Tokugawa, the pre
siding officer of the Japaneae Hou?e of
Peers, ia not the guest of the government
a ronnd of festivitiea has been arranged
In his honor. The Prince arrived in
\V?shington today. Tonight he will be
the guest at dinner of Secretary of State
Knox. Tomorrow he will be given a
lunchcon at the Capitol by Vice Preai?
dent Sherman and will be given an op
portunitv to compare the Senate with
the Houae of Peers of his own country.
Priday night Baron Uchita, the Japaneae
Ambassador.will give a dinner and recep?
tion at the Embassy in his honor. Presi
dent Taft will receive hiui at theExecu
tive offices on Ssturday.
If everybody in the United Statea bad
an equsl sbare of the nioney in circula
tion at the beglnning of tbia month ench
would have $34-45- Thia is 42 cents lese
than they would bave had if the eqnal
distribution had been made at the be
ginning of the month of April. Upon
the face ot the returns the American
people, th* advauce reports from the
census office giving the eatimated popu
latton of the country at 91,000,000 is
correct woull mean that the country
bas lost during the last thirty daya $37.
000,000. Thisiaanpposed to be acconnt
ed for by the recent heavy gold ship
ments abroad. The total nioney incir
cula'ion May 2 wes $3,104,547.37.)' coffl
pared with $3,138,273,811 on April ist.
fenator MtCuuiber'a condition ahowa a
alight impioveruent today althoogh he did
not reat well l?at night. His phyaician doea
not ronsider hia condition critical and thiuka
itaady irnprovement will besbown from tbia
tirae on. ...
8ecreUry of tb?Tre?.iry MacVeagh today
s-nt toSenator Fry, chairman of the aenate
cmmit ?; ru commerce, a strong lettereo
doraing the pending hills for the establiah
meot of a loogevitv aervioe fumi for the bf?
asving serviee and providiog for the retire
ment 011 pay after a reriesof year* ofm?mber?
ef Ihe eetYiee. He says that the inoreaaed
pay for l>-ngth of lervice would co>t *243,7O0
and the retirement fund would cost $17.<,<00
Pn-aideut Tafc has traveleJ ?o much that
the t-tpepaeB of the aecret aervice- burean of
the Trea-urv Deoartmeut which Is cbarged
with the duty of protecting him, havetotallnl
alruo?t aa much duriDg the paat six monttn
? daring the full prec?ilinu rea'.
ITnr-tri<:ial estimates of the population of tbe
variooa statea. as computed by the L'nited
Bi ites t enans Office for 1910, today show tbat
New York leada the liat. Pennajlvania r-inks
aerroi-d; llliroia third; Ohio fourta and Texas
is l ith, The e tigurea ahow a decresse in
iowa'a ponulatior. Theae figurea sre eati?
mated bv tne Cenaua Rnreau to show the eati
nsated popuMion on June 1, 14#tO Of eourte
the ar:in il r-i>uDt!ng of the returna from the
renaus taking has not bten oompleted aod
ili?ae flgurea are onofficial. The official* of
the t'ensua Rnreiu said t day that it might
>-e aeveral montha l>ef'<ie the lioal ofll'ial
tigures takeu fium the coant would beevail
The apprnpriationa committee has ioserted
a pirat-raph in the sunlry civil bill. extend
ln? tbe general internal revenue provisinut
to the eoileetloai of the tax on oleomargsiine.
Internal P.evenue Commisainner C*bell told
the committee that aelling oleo for butter i?
not now a penal cflense. He alao pointed out
that inany ronrt* have held tbat the oleo
hlatutea are not a part of the internal revenue
Prohibitioii tende to increaae the manufac
ture of mconnhins whisky, according to Com
miaiioner of Internal Revenue Caball, who
haa made a atatement to this etlect to the
Houae eommittee on appropnations
Aa the resnlt of the reoreaentationa of A*
trrney General Wickeraham to tht appro|.ri.
ationa committee, the f undry civil appropria
tion bill will coutain an item of $50,000 to
enalile the Department of Jus'ice to continue
the inveatigatinu and proMcu'.ion of thesugar
It waa anuounced today by the Interatate
Commerce Committee that tbe Pennaylvania
Railroad Co. haa U?n indicted at Pittiburg
for t tilnre to colltct from tbe Amerioan Steel
and Wire Oo. a reconaignment charge cn
certtin carloads of coke.
8enator Dixon, (rep. Mont.), aroae to
a qu?atlon of peraonal privilegea In tbe
Sjoa'e today deprecating the cooatant
de*i?natioo of some repnblicana aa ioaar
gerti, others regu'm aod still othcra
near-io!urgents. He bHieved it waa
eocoorsged aod accen:uu->d In certain
qiarters. Tne atterop'. 1b made to create
tbe impreaaion tba.aome repnblicana are
fighting tb? adminlatritioo.
"Tnere is too rauch of tbis tbiog,"
aaid Mr. Dix^n, "botb oo tbe fl >or of ihe
S'ott; aod io the prrai. .S?oacor Elkloa
t: uitiugiy aaid the other day tbat I waa
working ajainit the party."
Sjnaior Mooey (lean. Miaa ), deoied
tbat tbere ia any alliaoce betweeo demo
c.nU and aoybody. He aaid the demo
crata would uuport regu'ar aod inni'
gent meaanrea accordioa to tbeir merlt,
He predicted that tbe Sanate would di
feat tbe p*nding blll.
Oairgei iha a former blgb govert
ment offic'al tried t) tamper witb tbe
Orrgon leg'alatore by t-adiog federal
officeafrr folea, waa made by S?oator
B une (rep 0;e.) io the Senate t)day.
Wbeo iherai.riad bill came up io
theS;oa'.e today it waa l?mporarily laid
aa'de ootil Mr. Bmroe completed hia
apeecb. A tuballtnte for tbe Heybuin
Innr. aod sbort haol amendmeot waa
rtt r?d by r-'enator Diioo. He raid with
ODe mioor charg' it waa ideotlcal with
the provialon adopted by tie Hcuip.
He took tbis action, be said, after coo
riolta'lon witb man? asnat rs aod it
?eemed to meet geceral app:o?al.
Tbe Horaa co-tlru?d to ameod th
administratioo rat;road b'll today. Bf
a vote of 100 o 77, ao ameodmeot waa
adnpted wbich providea tbat wben a
railroad combany redncrs itsrate h meet
water competition tbe nte aball oot be
iocreased u t'i the iocreaae lt aaoc hoed
by tbe interttie commerce commiaaioo.
Tbeameodment waa 'preseoted by Mr.
Kaowlaod (rap. Oilil)
Firoman Utddock, of Graftco, and
fru't'siomeo were badly icjured acd
noe leaa serionaly io a head-oo collisioo
between two Bslt.more and Obio freight
tralos nesr Oarksborg, W. Va , early
today. Tbe overlooking of ordera by tbe
eogloeer of ooe o' tbe tralos it said to
have beeo reapooaible.
Roosavalt ln Norwsy.
Obriatlaoia, May &, ?At tbe palace of
Kiog Hiakon whrrs the Rooeevelta are
stopplog, there iscct avestige of formai
ity b.t?een goetti and hoatr.
Tbla is boliday io Obrlatlnla io honor
of Roosereli. All tbe stores are cioaed
aod the atreeta ara filled with merry
makera. A local charity reaped a rich
harvett by haviog dcz*os of glrla aell
amall Americao ailk flaga oo tbe atretti.
At nuon Mr. Roosevelt went !o tie
Americin Embaaay for lancheon. He
lemalaed tbere uotil 2 o'clock, when he
was drlven to the National Tbeatre to
delivtr hia addreaa an "International
Peaoe," before the Nobel Prizs com?
lonlght there there will be a big pub
iic baoquet glven by tbe Nobel Prize
Obristiaola, Norway, May 5 ? Fjrm
er Preaideot Booaeveit delivertd an ad.
dresa before the Noble prizi commlttee
here today. Among ttber thioga he
"It ia w tb pecaliar pleaaare that I
atand here today to expreas the deep
apprecUtion I leel of tne bigh hooor
couferred opoo me by the preaentation
of ihe Nobel Peace prlzs. The gold
medal wblch formed pait of the prize
I ahall alwajs keep, aod I aball baod
it oo to my children aaapreohui heir
loom Themn of mouey provided as
part of tbe prize 6y tbe wise generoaity
of tbe llluitrloae foonder of this world
anoous priz? system, I did not, uoder
the peculiar circomatiices of the case,
feel at llberty to keep I thiok It
emloeatly jast and propsr tbat in most
caaea the rec j>eot of the prizs aboold
keep fcr bls own \i<e tbe prizs ia lts
entlrety. But io tbis case, wbile I did
not act offic ally aa preaideot of tbe
l.'.ilud S it.'B, lt waa nevertbelesa only
oecaute I waa presldsnt that I waa en
abled to act at all; acd I fe t tbat tbe
mooey mint be consiaered aa haviop
oeeo giveo me in truat for the Uaitad
Statea. I tberefore oaed lt aa a tucbu*
for a fonndatloo to forwarJ tho ciuse
of ioduitrisl peace, as boiog well within
be general porpoae of your commlttee;
/or ia our complex ioduatrlal civilizatoo
of today tbe peace sa rlghteouaoess and
joatioe, tbe ooly kiod of paace wottb
naviog, ia at leaat as necee?ary Io
the indoatrlal world is lt ia among na
"Our words most be jadged by oar
J,-eil?, aod ia atrlviug for a lo'ty ideal,
ne most use prac'.lral methoda; aod it
wt caooot attaio all at ooe leap, we
maat advaoce towards it atipby ?t>p,
rtasooably cooteot s> long as wa dj
actoally make eome j r lgreaa in the righi
The former preaidant then soggested
bow advances could be made along
certain linea, and in concluding aaid:
"Fioally, It w(u d be a master stroke
iftbose grest powers hooes ly bei t on
peace w.-u'J iurm a letguiof peace,
oot only to keep tbe peace amoog tu-m
aelvea, tu'. tTprevent, by force, if nec
ces?ary, its being hroken by oihers.
Tbe auprrme difnoulty in coonectioo
with devel> p'.og the peace work of Tbe
Higoe atiaea from tbe iack of aoy exec
utive power, of aoy police poaer to
enforce tbe decreea of tbe conrt,
Each oatloo nu?t keep well prepared
to defend itatlf aatil the es'abliabmett
of aooce form of loteroatlooal police
power comp?t?nt aod wllliog to preveot
vi-jlence as bstweeo oatlcns. Ai thlngs
are nnw, aacb power to commead peace
tbronghuit tbe world ccu'd beat be ae
aured by rome comblaatloa betwcen
those great ottiooa which slnrrrely de
aire peace and have oo thoaght them
selvra of commltting aggresaior i "
Succass of Albaoian Rebals.
Vieooa, May 0.?Ooosular reports rt
celvrd today from Uakobsay toat tie
Albaofao rebela wete succeesfnl ln all of
yeaterday's eogagemeota wllh ,the go^ -
eromeot troops, aod that nnlesa the lat
ter are heavlly relnforceJ they will be uo<
able to hold tbe potltloos t >ey now
There are oo nliable eatimales of tbe
ca^uiliiea Io yeaterdat'a Bghtiog, tu lt
is belioved hundreda were killed. Wi u id
(d aoldiera are ateaming Into LMm and
tbey aay tbe battlehelda are luerally
covered with dead.
From tbe feroclty of tb* campalgn
cordnttid by the govermoent t oops It
ia balieved they are mder ordira to eup
presi tbe rebellloo by rtamplog oat th>
entre Albaoian popalatloo if poaaible.
Sereral Albaoian villagea have been
deairoytd and their non-comb?taot popa?
latloo alalo, accordiog to repoitt from
Horie>raclng Nearlng an Eod.
New York, May 5.?Horsr-raclog is
neariog ao eod in New Yoik atite.
Horaemen geoerally are agreed today
tbat wheo tbe asaembly concurs io the
bllls pasaed by tbe *emt?yen>rday, and
there is iittle doobt tlat it will coocar,
tevetal of tbe blg raciog asaocittons w'll
prepare to wiod op tbeir corprra:e ex
iet'oce as pnmoters of iinniog race
meets. Tbe spring dates will be kep',
according t > tbe j Kkey club officials, tu'
it la believed tbat tbe fall meetings will
bs dec'aifd od Tbis, bowever, will oot
floaily be determlnedur t 1 after tbe billa
are Uws aod the atb roejs for t .e j jckey
club have exim'"' d tbem as to tieir coi
ailtotijnality. afoat of tbe trscka are
likeiy to be cnt op ioto bollding lots.
Nationallet Movement ia fcgypt.
Cairo, Egypt, May 5?Tbe nationaliat
movement in Egvpt s'.ili lives de?p te the
recr-nt visit of Mr Tbeodore Rooaevelt end
hisexconation of ita members and appeal for
Uw and oriie-. Writing in the Egyptiau
Gazette tod iv Mohamcd Kamal, a well
kuown Eg)ptian revolntioniat, eaya: ''The
time for action haa come. The meena of
aotion, however violent, will be nobler th?n
thiad??dly aiUnceand cowardiee."
Naw York Stock Market.
New York, May 5.?Tbe upper movement
cootiou'd at th ? cpeniog of tbe st02k markat
today, a msioritf of tbe activs iisues abowing
gaica of a fraction to more tban a pr>int above
Chergei Agalnst Presideot Taft.
Clevel?nH, Ohio, May 6.?Formal cbarges
agiinit William H. Taft, member <t the
Steam Shovelars' Union. haveheen tiiedjia a
letter addretaed to tbe nuional officiala of
that organixttioo at C ncinnati. Secretary
?oberta, of the t'leveland Building Tradea
Ccuncil, said today that the cbarges were
made because Preaidwnt Tafc igoored tbe boy
cott declared againat tbe L'leveland ba-eball
taam by attending th? game Ketween tha
Naps aod Bn.wni at St. Uuis yesterday.
Uaaaacbuieiti jee erday went oo ie
cord ss sgaioat tbe ioconce tax ibrrugh
a vote io tbe lower braocb of tbe lrgi<
On May 5, 1910, BETTIE WABD, widow
of George V. Jamieaon and eldest dsughter
of the late John W. Stewart. Funerr! fr.ia
her late reaidaaee. 217 aouth Colnmbua atreet,
on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'cln_. 2\
News of the Day.
Andrew Oarnegle yeaterday Jau ied tbe
taritf, complltneoted Taf*. aod said
"tbe modei preaident worked too bard."
Aodrew Caraagle aaya be doea oot
know to wbat Roosevelt aspiree, bot that
be duea koow that Ihe colooel will
Tbe H >oie je-Uday diiagreed t> tbe
Seoate amendmenta to toe bill creat nga
commisaiou of fine arta ia tbe Districto'
Two were kil'ed aod eleveo iojored io
a wreck oo tbe Ohio elcctrlo traction
lloe, oorth of Hpringfield, Oblo, early
Farmer Uoited Statea Ssca'or William
E. Maaoo, lo ao lotervlew glveo ou>. lo
Ohlcago yeaterday, declared tbat 50 per
ceot. of the aeata io tbe Uoited Statea
Seoate bave beeo practically purcbaaed.
Io honor of Aasociale Justlca Lurtoo,
of tbe Sapreme Oi urt, ao elaborate din
oer with covtra laid for aixty goeata waa
giveo io Waabiogton oo Taesday nigbt
by Mr. Alfred P. Tfaon, general ooooi:l
for tbe esoutoem Railway.
Jamea Jeooiogi, sged 28, waa lo
atantly killed and two other men mor
tally iojured wheo a bockit lo which
tbey were beiog lowered ioto a sbatt at
tbe Mi-iik tnontl, being cooatiucted on
ihe Brookville aod Mahooiag lloe, oear
Tuoxsatawoey, Peooa., tilted yeaterday.
The meo fell 55 fett.
K. Fisher, oondoctiog a meo'a eloth
iog businees und-r the two oamea, K.
Pisber and K. Fisher 4 Soo, io Bioh
mood, filed an involuatary petlt'oo in
bankroptcy yeaterday io the U. 8. Sa?
preme Oii'l, aet Iog the llabilites of the
firm st $74,000. The asseta, compoeed
of stcck aod iodorsed ootea, amooot to
Mr. O. Daua Dorand, dlrector of Ibe
ceosos, declarea tbat "oo ofBclal ao
or u ocemeot of the pnpulatioo of aoy city
or atate io the Uoited Stttee or of tbe
Uoited Statea as a wbole will be made
for aome time, xoi, fartber, tbat tbe
fscl tbat toe r.-toroa from tbe enmer?
t'jra bave not yrt beeo rtceived emphi
iz>i tbe Imposslbility of aoy offlcial
s'atement or eveo eatimate beiog glveo
at tbis time."
Wl'h 28 c!ub< represettid, tbe tblrj
annnal convention of tbe federttioo of
VVomen's Clube of Virgioia convened at
Danvtllc yeaterday. Mrs. Aoitin <-i i ck,
of Lyncbbnrg, presided io the absence
of M -i A, B. Oarriogtoo, the preai?
A livejy discofslon (ook place oo
Suoday ueaapapeta, io wbicb tbe coinlo
upplemeot was coodemoed, beeiuie
''iht p:ctor a demorsliz'd aod corropted
art i.j its bigher aod roble seoae.''
Ooe laJy veu'ti'cd tocommeod ooeseriea
of pictues for the morai it taogbt. Oen
sorabip oo tbe mo?iog p cture sbowe
as a safegoard agiinst corroptlog tne
yooth waa also advocatid.
Dr. Ormondstooe.of the Ualveraity of
Virgioia, spokelast nigbt no the "High
er Eiocation of Womeo,"
Tbe execotive board of the Sttte
Unnncil of Virginia, Jaoior Order of
Uoited American Mechaoics, beld an
impoitint miit ng at thelr headqmr'ers
ia Peteraburg Tueeday night. Amoog
otber bosioess traoaacted waa tbat of tbe
laat paymeot to their ?t:orneys for ser
vlcea rendered io the lltigatioo of tbe
paet eleveo yeara io the tflnt. to tbrow
? fl the authorlty of tbe oatlooal body.
In the prolooged flghts tbrru^h tbe
ociirls the V<rgiola councll woo ia every
initaace, aod tbeoider Isgaiolog tapidly.
The final report of the Spanish treaty
claltna commission bas been made to
President Taft. The commisaion has
been in exiatence nine year*. Durit 3
tbat time it haa paaaed upon the claltna
of (42 American citizens who alleved that
they suifered damages as a result of the
Spanisb-American war and the revolu
tion leading up to it.
The total claims aggregated $64,
931,694. The commission awardeddam
agee to the amountof $1,387,845.
Jobn R. Sowers, administrator of John
A. Sowers, of Warrenton, Va., aued for
$35,000 for the deatruction of cane cropa,
building", plaota an t personsl tnjuriea,
and was awarded $7,500. Sowers waa
underatood to have died from the in
juriea he received from arreat, imprison
nitnt anl expulron in August.ioos.
Olevelaod, Obio, May 5.~F.tber
Odenbach of St. IgnaMua' Ojllege tbla
morniog repnrted toe record of an eaith
qiske at 6:85 last eveolng. The maln
distorbaoce occurr*d a* C 47 p. m., aod
eoded at 7 03. Fatber O.leobach estl.
mates Ihe di>taoce at 4,000 mlles. Tbe
vibratioos were oorth aod etu'.h.
ueoeral Mathodlat Coaference.
Aabaville, N. 0., May 6.?Declariog
thtt lt wruld never do to go before the
world with tbe word "temperaoce"
atrickeo oat by a MsthodV. Ooot<r;oce,
Rev. Dr. E. G. Maoo bad the Gaoeral
Metbodiat U)oference oow Io ie<?loo
here [reconaider a vote today. Yett?r
day lt chaoged tbe name cf he commlt?
tee oo tempersnco to the commit'e oo
mcral aod a.clal ma t-rs. So losbtsct
waa Dr. Maoo, wbo comea from Ken
tucky, tbat the cooference voted to re
atore the old name.
Moat of tbe early seasion t 'day waa
deytt)d to the traoaatton of rootlne
Reporta reached Daovilie, III., today
tbat 800 mioera are marcbiog to tbe
Soathweatvllle mloen to drive ont men
who haye reurofd 'o work tbere iloce
the atrike waa called. The aherlfl bas
-ummooed all bls depolies to prereot
rioiiog aod trcub'e is feared.
Frur borglars today blew a aafe io
ihe office hnlldlog of tbe North Amerl
caa Macu'ac'u'ing Oompaoy io Newell,
W. Va., stoodcff thecltr msrshal acd
bls assistaot withahoigooa, aod eacaped.
A womio who ragiatered aa Mra.
Mariai rioow, of Savaooah, Ga., a ju>*t
?t the Htt:l Koickerbocker, New York,
attcmpted auicide [today. Sbe flred fcur
?bot* tutoolyone took cfleor, tbe bal
let Ic'dgiog in ber left breaat. The lu
jary ia ott aeriooa.
Suicide af a Sailor.
taat Orange, N. J., M*y 5-Seated on
tbe froot atoop of the home of the girl
he loved, Ricbard Hawkin*. a sailor of
the L'nited Statea battleship Nebraska,
today wrote a btter to Misa Liiiian Koe
iog, looked at her photograpb, placed it
beaide him and then blew out hia brains.
To Ihe evideot satsfactlcn of nearly
all concerned Iu tbe ma'ter, the quwtlon
of closiog tbe baoka of Lyochbor*-, at
oooo, oo Catardaya baa beeo dropptd.
A meetlog of the deaiocralic district
commlttee of tbe Tenth coogresalocal
distritt waa heldlo Lyncbbargyes'.erday
and pasaed reaolutlona declariog tbat
Heory D. Flood, baiog the only candi
dtte, ia tbe nomloee of the demccratic
paity for repreeeotatlvein Oongress from
tbe Tenth coogresslooal distritt of Vir
gioia, aod that tbe prlmary eleotion
called for Tueaday, Aogoal 9, will oot be
held. The meetlog took place on the
platform at Uoiou Statioo aod lasted
ooly a few miou.rs.
It waa aoooooced Io Rlcbaiood yea?
terday that tbe Old Domloioo Develop
meot Oompaoy, of that clty, has just ob
taioed a large tract of aeveral kuadied
ecres of coal aod coke laud io the weat
ero portioo of Heorico ooaoty, near
there, aod ooke Ia fouod ready for ahip
meot The tract ia toucbed by the
Oheaapeake aod Ohio Riilway, and ahlp
plog faciiitiee are of the beat. The uat
ural ooke aboood*. There are ooly two
oibsr ancb roke mlnee Io the world, ooe
at Oarbon Hill, Va., aod the otber io
At tbe aoLud mettlog cf the directora
of the Louil.ua Mu ual Fire Icsuraoc*
Oompaoy, held io Waterford laat Moc
day, Mr. A. L. McGayack w?a elected
aecretary aod Mr. J. T. MiGsvack,
adjutt;r of olaima aod aaper'.nteudeot of
aget tt, It waa decided to do away with
tbe office of asalataot aecretary aod with
tbe i1 oogtaphprs.
GENEBAL OlMTH LEE.
Ooce a mooth tbere apptara upoo tbe
atreete of Waablogtoo an aged man who
beara a ftrlklng reaembiaoce to General
Robert E Lee. The maa ia, io fact,
Gao. George Waablngtoo Oastis Lee, a
sooof the leaderof theOoofedaratearmy,
wbo aerved aa a mtj'jr-geotral io the
G '06ral Lee'a regnlar viaiis to Wasb
ingtoo are oot for tbe parpose of renew
log old acqaalotaooea. Healwayahaaa
more practlcal mlaalon. Aa soroaahe
learee tbe tralo the old aoldler walks to
the Eouitt House barber shop, A oe
gro barber greitiblm crurteunly, the
geoeral ateps inlo tbe chair aod baa bia
balr cat. Aitsr leaviug tbe barber abop
be atepa acroaa the atreet to the law officea
of hls oepbew, Robert E. L?e, where he
r;maina for a few mioatee. II i then
takea ?o early alt>roooo train oeck to
bia boaae in Fair'ai county.
Gaoeral Lee ia preaident emerltai of
Washington aod Lee Uolversity, of
which loattutioo bia father alao waa
preaident. The etnkiog manner io whlcb
be rcaembles hls famous father Io every
detall was lllattrated by theacolf t>r who
waa select^d to drsign tbe staliioof Oeot
rsl Lee whlcb cow standi in *HU lary
8all at tbe Oapitol. The aculptor hsd
so excelleot death maak of tbe 0 nfede
r-t- general, bot was aomewhat puzzled
abunt the a'z-t of tbe hands nntil he waa
informed tbat Gen. George Waibicgtoo
Oastis Les was tbe iiving Imaye ot bls
fatber. The at u'ptor tber< upoo took an
impresaioo r I tbe bsnds of tbe soo.?
[New Yoik Telegra.ro.
A blll was paaaed by tbe Henate yes
terday repealing aectico 860 cf tbe re
vlaed slatot >a wblch provldea that "No
pleadicg of a party, oor any dlecovery or
evidenceobtaioed fromaparty or witoeas
by meaoa of a jadicial prooeediog io tbis
or aoy forefgo country, sbail be giveo in
evidence, or io any c< arl of tbe Uoited
dtatea, io aoycrlmioalproceedlng, or for
the eoforcemeot of aoy peoaliy or for
Ihe aectloo waa repealed to mcst Ihe
deoiaion of the Supreme Oourt io tbe
oaae of Uoooaelmaa verim Hitcbcock.
It was tben held tbat tbe aeotion ia no
tubatitote for coostitational gaaranty
F1BE AT MESSINA.
Advicee received yesterday from Mei
aloa report a deatraotive fire wbich, ec
croschlog on tbe powder magsaines,
meoaced the eodre city, Tbe fortifica
ilooa were damaged aod a great qaao
tity of timber foteoded for reooott u>
t oo piuposes waa deatroyed. Maoy
persoos were iojared. Tbe aa borities
snspett loceodlariam. Following tbe
atorm of Mooday tbe firebaicaaaed con
iteroatloo. Tbe frelgbtened iobabitaota
attribu'e tbe misfortooes tothe approacb
of Ualley'a comet, aod predlctioos of the
destractioo of the oity aod of the eod of
the world are ciutlng paoic.
Liquor license money wili for the
most part pay the salaries of Governor
Mann and the oth*r State otticials and
kaep up the hoapitals and schools sup
ported by tbe Commonwealth for the
next few montha At the office of the
Auditor of Pubtic Accounta in Richmond
it is eetimated that fnlly $1,000,000 will
bt received during thia month from 11
cenfes of all kin la.and of thia amount it
ia thought tbat perbapa $600,000 will
come from State licenaes on tbe mami
factnre and sale of intoxicatin? Iiqnors.
Thia bualnesa was regarded by the
legiolature at the recent session aa being
one of the most feasible snbjecta for a1
ditional taxation. The new Byrd law
laigelyi increased the license feea. The
retailfjtcenee price was raiaed from $450
to $550, bnt thia applied to probably only
a emall pncentage of dealers. In these
days a great percentage of each liquor
merchant'a business is in shipmenta to
dry territory, and to reach this trade the
spaaker created a new claas of license,
known as ratail and shippers, ata price
of $1,000 a year to the State.
WOULD B? LVNCHEBS.
A mob of 200 men atormed the jail at
Gtays, Ga., early yesterday morning ex
pecting to lynch four negroes, who were
nnder arreat on suspicion of having as
saulted Mrs. H. Sams, wife of a promi
nent plantcr. Tbe sheriff, however. ba 1
learned tbat a mob was forming, end he
put tbe four negroca in an automoblle
and hurried thetu to Macon. When the;
would-be lynchrrafound tbe n?g:oes had
been apirited away they applied the
torch to four negro churchea, aeveral
lodgerooma, andschoolbonses, and burn
cd tba homea of the four negroea ans
pected of attacking Mrs. Sams. The
mob keot np ita incendiaism for
aeveral hours, and the negroes in variona
aections of the county were terrorized
Gov. Brown bas been aaked to take stepa
to protect the negroea.
Prompt relief io cll csaeaof Ibroataod
laog troable it you aee Obaaberlaln'e
Ooagh Bemidr. Plessaot to take, aooth
iog aod beailog '.o eflect. Sold by W.
F. 0,-elghtoo _ 0 ,, acd Biebard Gib
Waablogtoo, May 5? Secretary Kocx
aod Ambassador Bryce exchaoged grati
ocatiODB today oo tbe ioterottiootl
waterways treaty, coreriog the oae cf
tbe booodary watera betweeo tbe Uolted
dates aod Oaoada. The treaty waa
cpgotiatrd by Sicretary Root aasiated
by Obandler P. Aoderaon aa rpeciai
CjuocII aod waa approved by the Sen?
ate oo Marcb 3 of Irst year. A pro?
viao waa added, bowever, regard
iog the oae of the watera at the
rrpida ot the Stuit 8t. Marie. Tbla
leti t) compllcatioos subseqoently aet
tlcd by the act oo of Ihe Uoitjd Statea
ia acquiriog the property by coodemos
tioo pr<oceedio|a. The treaty therefore
gots into eflect io ila orlglnal form.
Tbe treaty coofera oo hrth cooo ?
trlea mo u?l righta of free navigatioo,
lt givea the iesidec.ce oo either aide of
tbe booodary the aame remediea io the
court of each couoiry. It tiiee a limit
on tbe amooot of water that may be
divertad from Niagara rlver oo either
slde for power pupoaea, loturiog the
peraervatioo of tae ecenic grandaer of
the falis c'uriog the life of the treaty.
It agreea oo ao rqaitable divlsioo of the
waters of 6t. Ifaag aod Milk riyera
partly in Oaoada andpart'yin Mootans.
It providea tbe interntt'ooal jolot com
oiieaioo with power to decide all qu a
tiooa coocemlog tae oae aod dirersioo
of booodary wat?rs tbna oreatlog ptactl
cally a tribnoal of arbitrat'oo fcr the
sittlemeot of diflereocea betweeo tba
Uuited Statea aod Oaoada. The treaty
will remain in force for 7 yeara aod
tbereei er uitil termlotted by 12 mootha
writ.eo ootlce glveo by eliher gnverr
Ooe of the Krlkiog feetoree of tha
trerty Ia tbe oUbllahmect of tbe com
oiiaaioo witb juriadktioo to hear aod
determloe any qteation wbatever be?
tweeo tbe Un t'd Statea aod Oaoada or
by toe cooaeot of bo>h.
Town io a State of Terror.
Wheellnff, W. Va , May 5 ? Armed
meo are Ia cootrol of Fayetevllle, W.
Vi., where Sapetiotsodeut Felet of the
Bildwin Det'otlvea, ia helog tried on a
cbarge of robbiog a New Rlver Ooal
Oompaoy paymaster. Members of tbe
lit'fipld clao, some of whom are wit
m-aaea agatost Ft-lst, are belleved 11 bave
cot tbe lelpgraph aod telepbooe wirea
this morolog to prevent ootslde com
monlcation. The towo ia reported to ba
inat'aeof tiiror as it ia believed s
battle betweeo the H-ttltlda and hravlly
armed Baldwioa caooot be prereoted.
Tbe regolar ret ubllcen leadtrs io Oon
greaa atlll *ay tbatapait at leaat of tbe
prealdeol'B Kglalatlve proieramme can ba
enaoted aod will aak Mr. Talt oo hia re?
turn to Washington to oae tbe "big
it ck" oo loaurgeota.
At yeaterday's aesalon In Richmood of
tbe American Pharmacni'ical Asaocla
tioa rrporta from ataoding cooim.ttee
and ufflceia were recieved. Ihe oomioeea
for (tfice for 1911 t > 1912 are aa fnllowa:
For preaident, J ibo G. G.iddiog, Bottoo;
F. 0. Godbold, New Orleaoe; T. A.
Miller, Richmood; flnt vre presideor,
W. A. FrO't, St. Paol; Wilhrloi Bode
mao, Ohlcagn; 0. S. H skely, Oregoo;
aecond vice preaident, Obarlea M Ford,
Denver; F. W. Mesaeoer, La Porte, lod.;
F. A. Hubbard, Newtno, Maaa ; third
vlce preaident, Obarlea Ho'zhaoer, New
srk; E. Berger, Tampa; J. O Burga,
Nshbville, Teno.; for membera ot ccui
cil, E 0. Biut, 8ell Rsplda; E. H.
Lsdiscb. Chicago; J M. G o.l, 8 Looia;
K. G. E bertle, Oallaa; A. M. Rochrig,
Buflalo; George F. Payne, Atlanta;
Tbeodore WetteiatrniQ, Oinciuoatl; M.
Knoll, Ka'taae; Ottt R ubenhelmer,
Brcoklyn. Offlcers to be loatalled for tbe
en-mng year are: Preaident, E. G.
Ebecie, Dallar; vice preaideots, W. B.
Day, Obicagp;Ot.o F Olooee,8t Loon;
L. A. 8el(z?r, Delroit. Tbe three new
membera for couccil are: Jamea N. I'al,
Scio, Ohio; James P. Remiopton, Hbil
adelphia; H?ory H. Ruiby, New York.
The followiog officers were elected yester
day to ancreed themaelves Io r tfice:
Treaaurer, Heory M. Wh*lpley, St.
Loula; general aecretartes, Oharlea Oie
p?r<, jr., Biltimort; 0. Liwia Diebl,
Tbe ocw Virgioia Eiocatiooal Oom<
missioo has orgaolz-d by eiec iogUbarlea
G. Mipbea ol Coarloit;??iiie secretary.
The comm'adon is compospd of Dr.
Edward A. Aldermao. presideot of too
Blcbard E. Byrd, of tbe Hooae of Dele
gsUs; State Hsoatir E. E HollarJ, of
Nansemond coonty; Dr. J. L Jarmao of
the Farmville Norosal School; Dr W.
W. Smlth of Bsodolph Macon Ooilege,
Lynchborg; Prof Obarles M. Hiseo, sa
pervUor of schools ia Oheet'rfleld c ?ut ty
aod profeseor it the Medical College of
Virgioia aod S'ate SujeriLtjodeot of
los ructloo J. D. Egglerton.
Tbe commiasioo was crotd and met
onder an act paased by the Isu Lagiala
Never bealtate abeir. girlog Obamber.
lain'a Ooogb Bemedy to childrea. It
cootiioa oo opiom or otber carcttciaod
cao be given with impllcil cottidence.
As r quick rore for coogha and colda to
wbiob cbildreo are eosceptible, it ia onu
paiaed. Sold by W. F. Creightoo 4
Oo. aod Bicbard Glbsoo.
List of Unclaimed Lettera.
The following iaa list of th? lettera remain
ing io the Alexandria, Va., poatoffice up to
May 5, 1910:
Armel, Tbomaa D
Rollock, Mrs Branrl
Carter, Mra Fanuie
Carter, Robert L
Chrkson. R K
Iiawion. Mra H-tt.e
Daoce, Mrs B W
O rno, Ethel
Hanrahau. John T
Hall, James W
Uerring A Pyke
Hopkina A Co
iaaaca, Owto V
Jaekaon, Minor (2)
Lewis, Mra Bettie
Mtn?e. M?.Saralt J
Meyer, A J
M rris, Al-iaader
Phdipt, R T
P.rt e, W A
Taylor, J H
Wwhington, W d
Arjaatroog,.Mt?u>r;ciravMoore, J A
Renrotj, Ralpb H A CoPiukard, Cora
Rorduer, J I Bamey, Geo C (2)
Chairman Co PupervieSaoftary Gro C.
Davia, Tlmothy Bhtcklett, B C
Dobertaon, Annie E Weiiner, Reaaie
Earlv Mr-. Peachy H Westoo, Alex
Marril, Jeta Wood, Jannie
?_ J. * cGGB0_N, P, U