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TlirRSDAY BVEKING. MAY 26, 1810
liu urror oi the "thiicl degree" are caoaing no little comment at preaent. Stippinga wotnao of her clotbing to aearcb for tv.deucta of a crlroe, waa oce of tbe tiird d^gree methoda med by tbe Bjaton police, according tia Btetement xeloctaoily forced from Police Inapector liurley toHy. Horley waa one of the witneaats againet Mra. Elitabeth Rich mood, eccoaed oi detalnicg Btewait Mc Taviah io herbomo by atopefylcg him wi'.h drcge, aud lftt" Btabbiog and beatio? him to deaib for hia mocey and pwelry. i^e waaarreated July 19 on aoapicion. Afler beicg aulj^cted to varioaa third degree methoda wilboct the police gei ing any damagiDg admiaaiona from ber, ebe waa, acccrdirg to Icapcctor Hurley, takeu Into bia (ffice aDd ttripped in the preieacc of the inapector and other dc lattifaa. Ber clothing waa laksn from her and her body examined for blood ataina. Provions to tbis cooctry declar jng war on Spaln jingo papera pobliahed picturts reprteentiDg wr.men being atripped by r/pauiarde in Ouba in aearcb of treasonable papera. Theae pictqrea were uaed to firther inflime people io the llmttd S'atea who were thirttiog for war. It aceros thtt Blmilar cu'ragea are occarring in thia conntry. "FbOHIBIT10> ia admit edlyahidoona farce. It doea DOt dcstroy the demand for liquor but merely degradea the chan nel Ihrcogh which the sopply fbwi. It ia tbe lowering of ihe moral tone of tbe commttuiiy, conaeqaent npon the ahock Ingbjpccrtey brtd by the prohibition JawihatiB attbe root of the bnaineaa etagntt;on that invariablv iollows tbe eoforcemtnt of prohibition. Men fif prrgreasive t-bility natorally Bbun a alate where they cao only fxiet as bypocritea or qasticrimiualB." Accordicg t3 Percy Andres, president of tbe Obio brewera' vigilBoce 1 ucfeu, tbe rccrgoi'ion of thia feet b tbe rtal NtaM wby tbe pro? hibition wave ia jmbaiding tbroughout tfca Uatled 8utea, HiBaddrtsscn thia t .pic was tho chief feHure of ytsterday'B siaaion of the convention of tbe Nat'on*'. Wtektaie Uqaai Dealei's Aaaociation ia OiLcinr.a.l, and he declartd tbat it wa? i,p to Ihe i'quor dtaltra aod tbe brewera to rtferro the l-ade aDd prevect lurifcer aitickf. Is the eugar trial uow going on Ib" g, \\rcmrnt haa pnt in aome very intrr ceLng fvidencc. Mott of it is in aub attnce uatimouy that hae already beeo uaed in ptevious triala. But one witncsr teetified that he waa directed by tbr aaaiaiaut dock Miprrintendent of tbt aagar ttuw tJ pay full time to aoy ol the checkets who were workiug with the govcrnrornt weighera, whethrr tbey worked full time or nof. Thia, pre ?umably,^8tabliahcd an entcnt? cordiale, aa the diplomaii t? aay, btUwean tbe pngar tinat and thecheckera. Tbeheada of ihe trtiBts are now to be pnt on the atand. Is s ber,ziU? of snda caae being trif i at Lidianapolia J. H, Brewater, atsL cheroiat, last wec-k.aubmitted aa evideoce coitiin labf>ratory experlmcnla which be had pt-riormcd to sbow the tft.'Ct of bet zoate of aoda tipon the digf aticn ol food. Tbry showtd atriking dillerencea in tfca wctiou cf the gattric jiiee upon plain fuxla and tbose in enjanction witb which bennate was adminiatered. Tett lubes were abown to the conrt, in whicb wbite tf egg waa entlrely digetted by action of tbe gaalric jaicealone and again only elightly digested when raixed witb aoda, the drgree correapocding to the amouut luetL_ t'l'i.M'or.ti.iANs all over tbe conntry will be interrtUd in Ibe announcemect that at the forthcomirg convention of thedioe'r of Misai n i the Rigbt Rev. Dr. Daniel B. Tuttle, the venerable he?d ol that juriadiction and the preaiding hlahrp ol the churth in tbe Unittd Statea, will probably a^kfor a coadjator. II ia people in Miasruri believe tbat I. ahop Tutt'f, no longer yonog, ahtn'd have sorr.p of Ihe tu dens of dioceaan work ablftcd t) 0 her shouldera, leavirg him more t rr.e to devote to tbe iflalra of the cbnrcb a* large._ From Washington. Washington, May M Althcugh the State Departmect hsa not, aa yet, iaened epecific inairu^tione regardicg tbe Uttst develrpsmentH in the JViarafeiian etrorgle, Uummander (lilmer cf the Padncah nnder general inttructioDa from the State 1>. putment haa fall auth'.ii'y to reaort tn force to jnotect Amrrican inlerett. llemayit ttce the forces abcut Biutff?lda at any time be couaidera it neceaaary to comply with hia nrdera. Tne force of aailora uidrr hia command reinforced by tbe xhipa in the barbor are believed to be anfTicicnt to enfotce hia ordera and to meet any nrceaaarv emergency. QaJ. W. S. Franklin, U. B A. retircd, today aeiit bia reaignation, aa a mernrer of tbe Ivgbttoaae 1*> ard, lo the > crctary of V mmerce aod Labor. Ooi Franklin waa ne oldeat member rf the board having been appointed by rrwi.lent Aithnr in 1888 Preadent Ta ( wiil rcf ew the Mem ? rial l>ay parade in Mtt? Yoik City, ac cordiig to plana ccmpleted it the Wbile H ,aae today. Tbe MfaMtat will leaye Wasbington the night befcre Memorial Day aod will retnrn the Dfit night, apending bnt a aingle day in New York. Secrecy continuid to be tbe role tiday witb tbe eob-committee Sjoate jadieiary corninl t?e tbat ia ioyeatigatiDg tbe dia misaal of Diatrict Attorney Boyce and U. 8. Marahal Sntherland, of Alaaka. Thtre bad been diacuadon of a poaeibil Ity of the bcarlnga being made pnblic bnt chairaian Nelaon beld to thecot. trary, on the grcucd that tbe brating pirtained to tbe exicotiva tudnesaof tbe Sena'e. Tbe etiienca taken ln eecrct giadnally baa become pnblic aod wben tbe iu--sommlttee met today it coneidered the aviaabil ty of opening the doora. The only otjeclion to tu;h a ccorae lies in the fact tbat the action ia being taken in oonnection with thebold iog 0p by theSeniteof nomiuatlons by Prtaident Taft of aucceaBora for tbe men removed and may be considered a part of ihe "execotiyeaea8lon"of the S?nat*. Tbe cbarge was made to ihe committee that agenta of tbe Goegenbelnis epent $70,000 in an tfljrt to keep one of their employeee (ut of priaon. Vonchera, Itemlz'd to aa extent tbat ieft no donkt aa to tbe aae that bad been made of tbe rnoney, abowlng an expendilure of $1,800 ln an cflbit to liflu?nce court procefdtoga, wire prtaentcd to tbe in veatigatora, Tbe nlaim waa made tbat Unttfd BtateaUirtric! AHorney Jobn B Boyce and Uoited StatfB Marshal D. A. S mtherland weredlamiaaed becauae, afttr convicting a Ougenheim empioyee, Ihey began work of B?cnring indic'meuta apainat "men bigher np." Seoator Nelaoo'a reason for cr-j?cttog to open aeaaiona le said to be that tbe q.eation before tbe comnv.Uee 1b whethfr tbe nomin*tionB of the aocceBBors to 1! ?yce aod Su.berland Bhtu'd be confirmec'. The cooBideiation of nominationa in commiitoee and in the Hjoato ia always in sscret aeaaion and the Minoeetti ?enator feeia that the role ahuuld be ob aervfd in tbe Alaaka caae. The Honae publlc bnilding bill, whicb ia being framrd by the committee on pnblic bnildinga, was taken up w tb Prealdent Taft today by Mr. Barthold (rrp. Mo.).aB chalrmao of tbe committee. Baithold laid before tbe preaident the tstimaie for the bill aa aabmitted by tbe ysriiui BUt-committeeB, Io their prea ent foim tbese amonnt to $30,000,000 Birtbold ia of the opinion that the billa abtu'd not carry more than $20,000,000, aod tbe president fa generally understood to faaoran eveu aroaller bill. The prea. Ident will take up tbe mattfr with a nomber of eenatora and repretentattyea and it is exprct*! tbat the bill will be abaped witbln tbe next len daye. Tbere aeeme to be no doubt thit the bill will go thrutgh thiaariaioD. Tbe t'nited St.ites rtelegatlcn to the Ven AmeHcan l ouferenre next luly met at the Sta'e Jiepartuient today and beld a sbort conference with Secretary Kuox repar<lin< the measure Io be taken up. The di-lefjation will hold daily sessiorn bej>inin_ next Tuesday to map out their v.ork for the confer? ence. Thry w'll sail on the Aritiy Trana port Snramer for Buenoa Ayrea on June 14. Annonreemeut waa made l?y Penator Hcf t* that no funher mee'iiiKB of t.'ie roinoilttec on I enair na will he held durinK thia Ba-MOa, Jle ??aid that one third more penaioi.a had I een rer-orted atthis Btaaloi ih-n ever before in legialatite hiatory. 1 ba afltkM <f the Senate . ommitte* fcllowad that taken in the Hoaae. The stite of I ouiaina eoeUd be ru'el entire ly from Waa?in?ton today, by the Loiiisiana delesation which anived here to boom the city of New Orleana for ihe Panama <-""l ex po&ition yi 1918, Goveruor Sandeii e-ml the entire leKislHtjreol theMateare f>mym the delettation, aa well aa the mayor of New Or leanfc, and tbe mayors of other cities throiiRh out the ftate. Kenalou McJ'nery aud Foater, the I.ouixiana OonKrewiional delfgatloa, anJ the iMprnmient Nrw Orleani exiw'.ition oom niittte looftted here are entertaiiiinu ihe visi torh. They rppeared bef >re the HoaieOOa Bittae "ii faraiajn l tl dra today, an.l pr the cleima of new Orleana for tbeeipi Thia afterooon they will l>e tiie ftMti 0^ tln HecreUry c.f the Navy Meyer onair,, l" Mt. Vernon. Tomorrow the vi'itinu I <*iai-? anana will be rereivel by the pttaidett and Mra. Taft ftt the lirat Whiti Houae rrreption to b? held on the Wh:te Houae lawn. Sixty-iirst Uongresg. 8 f:\ate Thr admiaiairat'on laod witbdrawal bill waa again fcvorably reported t.) the Senate today by S-nator Smoot and wr.a placed on tbe calcdar. It was with drawn for the incorporation of an amend ment to protect the oil prodacersof Oali fornia. Di?co.B8lon of the railroad bill was re anmed withont wte'e of time io the Henate today. Rena'or LaFi ll?ite contioued hia apeech which conaum<d approximately fiye honrs yeaterday. He said the cleri cal force of tho Inlerstate Oommerre Onmrniaaion ia en'.irely iDaofBcient to pven compare increascd ratea alnce the rlepbnrn act waa paaead. "I now ltt?nd to sbow" said Mr. Ia Follette, "tbat inalead of ratea advanc mg moutb by mocth and year by year, at they baye atssdlly done aince 1807, wben railroad conaolidation become ef '?ctive, they shttild have been rcdaced. ile aaid the advance of tbe tec-mile nte in 1!?08 coat tSe people of tbia coan rry $f? 5,000,000." HOD3B. A bill ti cat dowo the Boatbern repretentatlon in Oongreas baa been intro-'ii'ed in the Honae hy Reprr aentative Kendall, of Iowa, The meas urra ia mt ao n.trh a proteat agaiuat tbe election of eonthrrn membera by amall nnmber of yotera, |at againat he diafranchiaemet t of tbe negroea. riie bill providea tbM the directors of cenaos aball report to Ooogrrss tbe nurr ber of peraona diafrancbiaed In racb atate and tbat Congreaa ahall reduce the represenlatlon in tbe p'rportlon which the ttmber of diatrancblard ciiiz'cs beara'to the whole nnmber of cltirenfl. ^_ Charfed With Steallng Trunks New Ycrk, May 2G.-Obarged witb atealirg a caihad of tronka trom the Cbesap(ake and Obio Railroad, Morria Browaky waa arraigoed before Magiatrtt; Oorrigan t 'day and tarncd over tj Obiet of Police Kinr, of Richmond, who t ok him to tbe Vuglnta city for trial. T. L Sherer, geocral claim agei t of tbe U. A () , atated that the booty in tbe trnbka alleged to baye been n ?len by Browaky waa valoed at $200,000. They <lf clared that Browaky operatrd oy meana of bogua bagsage cbrcka which be aob atliu'rd for the rr^ularly laaaed checka ud tiuoka beld in tbe railroad baggage room. _ Alleged Peonage New York, May 20.?Dedaring tbat I.Oiii S.brrian peaaanta baye been ec tlced into peonage by plactjrs in Hawaii and are being held litra agaiost tbeir will. Nicholas Aieno', B aaon C. Poliok and haa Okuo aott went to | WaBhicgton today to aak tho De-pa-t mett of Oommerce aod Labor to take ' aotioo, Ihe Ramsey-Harrirnan Wedding. Arden, N. Y., May 26.?Miaa Mary Harriman, danghtcr of tbe late E. II. Harriman, and Oharlea Oarey Ramaey, of Bcffalo, were marricd at noon today in St. Jobn's Epiacopal Onrcb. Oaly membera of the immediate familiea of tha bride and grnom were preaect. The moat laviah decontions were in the church yard outiide, where E. H. Hirrisaan'a grave waa overlaid witb a bed of apruc twiga, on wbich repoaed a large croea of rhododeodron leavea. Miaa Oarol Harriman, aiater of the bride, was maid of honor, wbile Ltwrence D. Butnsey, brctber of the groom, waa beat man. The werdibg ceremooy waa per formed by Rtv. J. Holmea MtGuioneu. Immedlately after the caremnny ihe wedding party drove t) the Harriman manaion, where the wcddiog breakfaat waa served. Tbere will be a brlef wedding trip, Lul. it ia nnderatood that the greater ptrt of the boneymoon will be apett at Ar* den, wbere the bride ia the cbisf exccu tive and will contitm to act aa eocb. Perklns Bill Pasied Albany, N. Y., May 20-Tbe Bttla Seoate tidaypaaard tba 1'erkiua o:il makir g cfficera and directora of racicg asaociaiiona criminally reaponaible if betticg ia peruilU d on gronnda con trolled by them. The bill haa a'ready paaaed the aaaembly and aa |l waa rec ommended by Govarnor Hu<hea it ia ture to become a law. Under tie pre aett law if raciug aaaociatiooa post nrtcra prohibiting gambllng tbeir directrra are not individnally rfspmal bie. Tbe new law will compsl officara o! Ihe ncitg asaociatioos, it they wan1 to escape proseoationa (or maataioing gambling hcuira, to pjlica tbeir tracki and prevent bittinp. Slandard Qraba (ias Ficld Pittabnrg, May 2G.?Tbe Rtandard 0 1 Onmpany, thriujh itallipe NationalGaa Oompany, yeaterday closad a 11,600,000 dfh! with the Manufactarers' Ligfct <fc Heat Oompacy for the lattei'a greit hold Irga of uadevelopedgas territory in We t Virginia. Tbia ia undera'ard to be bu the firat of a aories of rurchates to be made by the 8 andard, which aims at compltte control of gaa produtt on. It ls nnderatood the >.andard will at onca begln a gr<at p'pa line tD lupply Washington and Biltimore witb gaa. Orowtb of Lace loduatry Wilkea-Iiwe, Pa., May 20 The growth of the lace industry in the United r"Ufea waa given a practical illnetration today, wbcn a Ictal Itce mat u'actnting company decided to huild a $500,000 addit'on ?o ita plant. Tne ccmpany now has 1600 employee ou itt pay roll and when the new build? ing ia ready for octupancy expeda to employ 1000 additional employea. M.idn/. Army Ri-pulaed Bluefielda, via wirelaaa to Golon, May 26.?The Madriz army has been repu'sed in ita ittick oo Bluefields and cintom boosc, tbe ga!e ti the port of Blotfeldf, andtiday Ml tack in disorder. Two huodred men are reported killed and in jurcd in tbe fighting, a greater part of tbe loesee being with the Masjffa forcee. Ored.t for ihe viutory ia given tbe Ameri cana of E?;rada'a army wbo have krp: macbine guus playing on thegovernment forces from the BuflU for two daye. Hope haa been revlved in Bluefielda, as it is belbved the Amcr'cana will be able ti bold ofl the Madr'z forcee indefinitely. Submarfne Si.nk. Loadoa, May 20.?A French anb marine waa annk today in iho Eiglieh Caacnel in * ooljiaion witb a Calah Diver packet. All the crew of the tub marine were drowned. The sobmar, which was known as the Plsvioaa, w?a manoeuvfring half snh mer^ed wben Ihe collialon orcorred. Twtntyatvon men were drowned. 1hep*cket was the I'as de Oa'aia. Bae retnrned to Galais in a damaged cor dition. The catostrophe was due tn the re kll Of tht*Niit>niarin.'"i roinniaiidi-r in attcini ling to topaaaunilertlic papket. ll<; i..i?ca! rjla) dtbt depth rvqairad for thiofeatand the auhmarina stroek tha a'naaari and was neariycnt Ia two. ?<ticsaiik l.ke aplumniet when thceraMi Th?- |ii( kct wai r>H(IIy daninge.1 aad i>nt back toCalaJa, aflt-r leaving several life Imati to ajarah fef poaaiMe aur?ivora from the PBSm marine. _ New York Stock Market. Kew'York, May 5Y..-A Nirong Ia diaplayed ni the Opamlaa of the ?tock market today, nearly everything tradfd in ahowing materiil galaa, Bawaaaioaw waw noted, how ever, in the later trading. New York. May M -At D>M lay the mai ket raiiK'd nbout a potal above fwataiday'l tinal and there waa a (irm ?one in evidence. TELEaRAPHlTTBRKViriHS. A diapatcb from Oolcago aaja Jaraea A. Pattcn baa annonnced his intection of rttiricg from bneinesa July 14. Indctmenta alleging conspiracy to keep up tbe price of fiab, have been re? tnrned by tbe Sm Franciaco grani jn'J againal Ihe Wesern Fisb Oompany. A diapatcb from Bjcharest aaya tbat for pnlling a monnt in a race at Braila today Jockey Oallaa waa shot and killed by infnriated book-makers. The uiur derers made their eacaps but are bein/ puraned by a poaae. Mra Elizabeth Stinkey,aged.r?'j, ccm mitted snicide in IVtiburg, Pa., today, by hanglng hcraelf to an old faabicned banging lamp becanae ahe did not own, as Bhe Mipposed, the property on which ahe had llved for thiifen yeara. Ruaa.-.-Japaoeae negotiationa rfg;rding Ohlna bave narrowed to the qu?stion o' the Manchorlan Railway. It ia belieeed tbat Japan will n< t annfx Oarea, tut will replace all Gorcaa c.ffi:ia!a by Japa near. The repnbllcana of tbe Fifth Mary laod Congreaalonal diatrict je't-rday nominated Tbomaa Parran for Ojngre?s, to socceed R?presentUive Sidney E Muid, wbo wai not a candida'.e for rr nomination. Tbe alory tbat be htd discovered a aystem for trinemnltt on of mttila inti gold and ailver, wbicb waa wired from Scranton, Pa., laatnigh! byoewa agency was repudiated by Dr. F. W. Large to? day. The wbeat m<trket brcsme denaorali zed in New York onder verv heavy aell tog ordera and for a t me there waa a near panic in t*ie plt, pricra brraklng three centa a huhrl irom the blghrst polnt of [tbe day. There were inaiatent rumora tbat the long holdlnga of Jamra A. Patten in! his followera were being Iquidrt d throogh comraiaalon hooaea here. A CARD I take thia method of extending my thanka to the clerk of the Modern Wojdmcn ol America for the prompt payment of tbe amountof the policy (il.OOU) held by ray fither, the late Jo??ph Dreifua, ia that order, . JfcNNETTK DREIFL'By Woman Kllla a Burghr. New Yjrk, May 2C?' I thlnk a burglir Isdrad In the c urt yard," de | clartd Mrs. Dora Ge.tman to 2 policemen attractcd t> ber apartment on the ibird floor at 296 Delencey atreet today by crlea. "I caogbt bim in my room, hlt bim witb a rolling plo and koocksd bim out thewiodow." Tbe amazed policemen a'ared itthe woman, who ia oit only yoong bat good lookicg. Then tbey went down into tbe cocrt yard aod found a man Ijing there dead. The cfBcera recognir?d bim aa Ltwia Glatcb, loog suapett d of beiog a leader of Eiat Bide tblerea. Plonder waa foond on bim. "I woke up ab.u'. day light," Mra. Geitman said, "aod aaw a man lookicg o?er my jawelry, whicb waa on tbe burrao. I jamped out of bed and thrtw ? (u-pidor at b'm. It knocked bim down, bot be jamped up aod grappled with me. We atrogglad tbrcujh tbe room icto the kitchea and Idraggedmy Belf away from him aod alammed and locked tbe kitchen door whieb atood open. He rau into tbe bedroom toward tbe wlndow opcniogon the fire eacape aod I analchid the rolling pln aod went aftir bim. Io front of tbe window I cau_bt bim again and bit him witb the rolling plo. He went through tbe win? dow carrying tbe glaaa with bim and then Iyelled for the police." Mra. Geitman waa not arreated. Ihe Acquittal of Scyler. Atlantc Oity, N. J., May 26. ? Declaricg tbat be waa back t> rtty and woald "pr( t?ct blmaelt" if any sttempta were made to drlre him oiitof town, Wllliam T. >yler, acquit'td ?t Maya Lsuding of the mnrder of Jane Adama, rtl'irned t) hia home here today. The entire recard of Bejler'a triel ia (xpect;d to be ca*lr>d for by the ap'cial committee of ibe Uoitd B'.atea Binita tbat ia inveatigaaing "third degree" police methoda. Bevler'a ailrgation Ibat he waa giyeo dtttrged cigareltee acd tbat threats of peraonal violence were made, while he was not permitted to aleep or ra', haa aronacd intenao feeliagagainrt tbe police aod there ia a growiog demand that the city anthoritiea take up tbe matler. Another iionor Conferred. Oambridge, England, May 20.?Cam hridge Univera ty today conferrfd an hoaoraif degr:e of doctor of lawa npon Tbcodore Rooaevelt. The laiter came to Oimbridge from London and waa met at tbe ttitiua by the vice-chancfl'or tf the uniyersity and a hoge crowd of atuleDta aod tiwnapeople, wbo tecev.d bim with characteriatic collegiate ec thnaiaam. Rooaevelt and tbe vice crnocellor rode D P.mbroke hall where tbe coofcrment took place in an open carriage and Rooaevelt waa cbeered aloog tbe entire nute. F.dlowing the cernnony, Rooae? velt made a brlet imprompta addreas lo Ue big t ullecce, raferring eulogiaticaily to tbe wooderltil impreaa made upon England and the worlJ hy Oambridge Uniftraily. Tne tnivfralty anibotitiea enlertained RooatVilt rt luncheon. Flrm Suaperded. New York, May 20 -Tbe firm cf E. F. Hu.ton and Oompany waa today tua> pendrd for nne year ty the governor of tbe Btock Exchange Tor yitlating the ?ulea. Bccreiary Ely of the tt;ck ex charge iaaued a atateme: t drclarlng tbat the tinpeoaion was fcr paying a portlnn of the flrm's commiaaions obUlued frtm ctiat nurs to an emploje, a piactice tbe exebange is trying to break up, Ncgrc&s Sentencod New York, M?y 20 ?An indetermi nite aentence tf ncl icaa toan tw> yeara acd aix montha nor more thtn five yeara waa impoaed by J-dge Orain today oo MjIIp Mocre, the negreia cou victed laat week ofaellirjg two girla iot immoial purpoa. a, Herrttirory, AWx ander II wlin, secorcd a xtay of exect t'oo of ae 11 nce pr uding t ppeal. AOOIDSNI TO A PBIB8T. Fttber Jobn Grabam, chaplain of tbe Mercy Hoapital at Baltimore, la conGotd at tbe rfdory ofS'. Jercrre'a Oatholic Oaurcb, mthrlng .'rjm a knife wounl in hia tbroat and contaaiooB on his chin, which ho nntained whilo on hia way from YWhiugton to Bjltimore on tbe Btearoer Anne Arnodel. A blood-ataincd peckoife waa fonnd at the bottoa of the ftdrcaae, leadiog from the asloon deck t) tbe freight dfck, acd It ia believed tbat Father Grabam had tbe open knlfe in his band aod tmtaincd tbe wound in falling down the stain. Sjnday he apsnt in Waahington de li-rring a arrmon it the Charch of the Holy Oomforter, Rev. F.tber Wheelr, pastor. For some time Father Grabam baa been eoflering from ill health. The accident occurrcd abortly before tbe;boi.t arriyed at thepier in Baltimorf, shoitly after noon yeaterday. It waa discovered by several deck handa, wbo reported tbe mattcr to tbe efficera. They telephoned to Father Jarnes T. Holden, o?K>r of St. Jerome'a Obii'ch. Father II ilden, accompanled by Father Dioan, hatried to the pirr, and, order fng a cab, tbey aaaiated Fatber Grabam tnto tbe yebicls and a aa ck run waa made to Bt Jcrome's rectory. Dr. William I'.urch was aommoned and he dreaaed tbe woundf. They are ntt aerloaa. CHURCH~CORNER STONE LAID. At Ooloniai lUach yeaterday after nocn tbe corner-jtone of B;, Mary's Ep!scopai Clurch waa laid under tbe implcta of the Maaonic order. The cer emnniea were prrformed by C lunial Beach Lndue, No. 190, and were ln charge of Grand Benior Warden P. K. Ittoman, cf tbe Orind Lodge ol Vir? ginia. The oration of tbe day waa de livered by W. J. Phillipa, of Fredericks burg. ____________ Hampton'a Magazine for Juoe, wbich baa beeo receired from itl edttors in New Yotk, ia probably the moat valnable iatin of thia always iotereaing publict tion. In it begina tbe firat Eogllab translation of Elmond R'>atrand'a great play, "Ohanteclrr" and "Peary'a Proofa Poatiye" of hia dUcovery of tbe north pole is alao b'gnn in tbia nnmber. "Revirale and Reviraliats," "Making Orer The Rackward Obild," and ?'S:ientific Ooriuptlou of Politice," aod anaong other good aiticlea ' Paraonali ti*a" and "Plaja and Players" are IN luairated from pbotograpbe. Verse, good fictioD, editorial notea and correct comment coiiplete tbia iaane. Prompt relief in all caseaof throat and Inng trouble i*. you oae Ohamberlaln's Oongh li'-m'dy. Pleaaant to take, socth ing and healing in eflect Bold by W. F. Oraightoa & Oo? and Ricbard Gib aoo, 0. 0. DICKIN^ON'8 death. The aecret of the myaterious chemi? cal experiment which refulted in the death of 0. 0. Dxkinaon, former preai? dent of the Oarnegie Trnst Oompany, of New York, in a hoepitai in Scraoton, Pa., Tneaday morning, was revealed yeatnday by Dr. F. W. Lange, cbemiat and phyaician, who clainaa tbat be bas discovered the long scujbf for aecret or proceaa of transmntiog baao mttils tLt) gold and s.lver. It waa in Dr. Lange'a laboratory tbat Mr. D.ckinaon waa overcome by tbe acid fomes wbich later rcanlted in his deatb. Dr. Lioge aaya tbat Mr. Dicklnaon, wben he aaw before him baae mttils being trauamuted into ailver, became overenthuaiaatic at the ancceaa of the ex[>:rimerjt and, leaviog the a?at he baa been intttuct^d to ait io, atepped cloee to a furnace heated to 4,000 dfg'eee and inbaled dtadly gases. Dr. Lange aaid: Ftur years ago, whlle eipaiiaenl lng with a prjcesa for tha reduction of the coat of maklng ailver cblorides, wbich are osjd in dry-cell electric bat teriea, I ran across a wonderfui aecret, a aecret tbat baa been scu$bt for agee, and whicb will revolutionizs the elec trical Inc'uttry, photographlng proceesea and Ia ao far-reacbing in ita eflect tbat it will revolutioo zj many of tbe woild'a indastriea, "I diacovered the means of increat ing an alom of pnre ailver to 100 timea iti a!z3 and weigbt, and of rqnal, if not gieatrr, fioencis I have taken baae mtttla of four dlflorent kinds and anc creHfuliy tranamnted them in propor tiona of one rart of ailver and 90 paits of baae melal into ailver of tbe utmost [urity. ?'It bas ever been my belief that tbe tbeory of evoluton pertaios to the in nrganic aa well aa lo tbe orgtnic thinga1 of tbia earth. Ga tbia basia I followrd ont my exp'rimenta. I know tbat ailver ia an eiement. Tbat ln ita pree ent state it coctilns atoma and mo!e cuUa of notbing but silver. I believe thtugb, that it is poaaible t> cfl;ct a molecular chaoge in ailver, aad on tbat line I experieccd. "My firat t a'.a were with Ihe silver chloride*. Tbrough th<ra, l believe, !ay tbe j??th to the aecret. For montha and montha I teated and te?ted. Fin aily, one day, I ni'j-'cted a matrix of ailver to a heat of 4,000 degrees. In thia intecse heat, by tbe aid of the formula which I had diacovered, I brcu^ht the matrix of silver and N timea aa grrat a qnant.ty of *be baaeat of metala tigetber, aad lo, tbe baae metal bsd changed (o ailver of tbe pureet qaality. One hundred timea aa rrucb ailver came ont of tbe furnace aa had gooe It." gOUrHERNlC*WY78URGEONJ. Gptlmiaticaa t) the bnaineas outlook in Ibe aontb, Prtaident W. W. Finley, of the B.otbero Railway, yeiterday demonstated to the A?sociit:on of Bur geonti of thatroadin convention tt Rich mond the mxmloua poaaibilitits of com. aoerclal and Indus rlal developmert in tbia aection. Among other thinga, he poioted cu. tbe great opportunitea for (rade witb the Latin-Amerlcan couitries tbat Ihe aouth baa, tbe deairtbility of diveraificatlon and intenae culivatlon on the fatma, and tbe problem of bow the aontb w:ll in ihe future mett ihe world demsnd for crlt)n. The following oflicera were ilected; W. 0. Doy preiidem: H. J. Milliken ti.-st vicf-preeideni; B. A. Bmitb, secono vice-ptruideni, Ambrme McOoy, third viceprraident; J. P. S ,1b, fonrth vice preaident; J. U Ray, afcnttry and treaaurer; J. 11. Durkcp, member of the eircutive comraitee. i:\LLINOEK TO BESIGN. A diapatch from Wat;hingtoa says: Tbe family of Hecretary of the luter ior Rfchatd A. lisllingcr haa packed and ia ready to rr.turo to (heir home in Beatle, Wash. Althnigh it ia denied aa qnicklj aa u tered, tbat Sn> relary ol litllinger conterapUM reaign irg, it ia well known to the intlmatca of tbe family lhat auch ia the caae. Ballinger'a rralgnation is cnnlldently expected by tha (flkials in Wisbitg ton aa aoon aa the rrport of the inveitl gallng committee ia aubmitttd to Gon srras. It ia known th>t the committee will divide on p 1 tcul linea aod that a fight over the adoptioo of the m? Jirity repoit will be made in tbe Houae. Regardleaa of tbe ootcome of the fight on ihefiiorit ia nnderatood that Btl linger will reat enntent w th hls vlndict lion from the nv j irity ot tha rrpublican membera on the cooim ttee. It is rec ogniz d on all aides tbat the Ballinger incldent baa beeo an embarrs^ment to Preaident Taft and tbat biston ure of his pfiice has been continurd thrcugh Taft's loyalty t) a friend. When a renewal of the rnmora that he would reaign waa made yeeterday Bal linger istued bia cna'nmary denial, FOUNDGUILTY. Dr. I).-.v:d W, Jone', an aged pbjai cian, who waa yeaterday placed on trlal in llagerstown, Md., on the cbarge of a'.tempt'cg t > perlorm a crimioal opera tion npon Miaa Lillfan May Griffitb, of tbat city, was foond guilfy. Followlog tbe damaging teatimony agalnat him Attorney Byeater, connael for Dr. Jonea, annoanced that they did notcare to prc ck! fatther with the case aod tbat bia client waa ready to tarjw himself cn the mercy of tbe coart. Mra. Giiffilb, motberof Misa Griffitb, Mra. Moore, bcuaekeeper for Dr Jonea; Miis Griffitb, Ju-t ce Krneat H flman, l?r. Victor D. Mi.ler, jr , and Dr. J. R Ltoghlin all gave tea'.imony againat Dr. Jonea, who is now eigbty yeara old, and who has growo very feeble aince his ar reat laat Tbankagiving. The arreat cf Dr. Jonea grewru: of tbe overtnroing of a atove In hia cffice. From the over tnrned atove a fiie atartrd and wben the locked doora were broken open both be and Miaa Griffitb were fonnd in ao on consciooa cond.tioo. Miss GrifBth waa removed to tbe boa pltal and fbr aaveral weeka it waa tbougbt abe conld not recover. BAN KS PAYlNG TA X E3. State aod ratlooal baoka are aendin_ la tbeir taxes to 8 ate Auiitor Marye, Bank taxea bave to be paid by Juae 1 to avoid a pena t/. Thia dcea not inclu !e the taxes for the new state bank exami ne ra' buresn establiabed at the laat leg ia'atore and whicb goea into eflect Jooe 17. The expeoae of tbis new depart ment will b: provided for io feea whicb will be paid by state baoka and natiooal backa that are atate dtpoaitorlaa, DRY GOO DB. Woodward & Lothrop New York?Washington?Paris SpeciaI-=975 Yards 2NnclTM?ik Shaotaog Poagees at Nearly Half Price. 8mo->lh weave. heavy weijjht, and washab'e. Thaaa Ponueei were manofaetured to r.< tail at $1 00 tbe yard, but a firturate purchase enablea us to c tler them at the uuuaually low priee of 55c the yard. An rxcel'ent opportnnity to acoure an ideal fabric for coat mita and dressas to be worn at the aeaahore or tbe mountaina, a'ro for Golf Skirta, Ac. IbVibtii la 11 dlflirawl aaletai bdliotropa. coral, apricoi. rila srreen. roauve, new blue, alice blue, reaeds, iub7, navy blae, browu, peaccck, chauta cler red, and chaasear. Special price, 55c the yard. Feeond tloor- -0 at. Men's Gauze Socks. f.i?lit in weigbt, coo) and romfortable. i^ualitiea the most depend tble that it ia poaaible to eller. Fine VWcerized Liale Socka, double toea and heels; I lick aud a!l tbe plaiu colora, 25o the pair. Fine Silk Liale Pocka, in hlack and Holi-1 ulain col ra, and a variety of fanciea that meet witb generai approyal; double toea and heeU, 50c pair. All-ailk Fofka, in a handaome array cf plain colora, $1.00, $1.50 to $7.00 the pair. Main tloor?F at. Tomorrow, Friday, Is Remnanl Day. We nlwaya ni.ke FridajB notalde by the aaie of remnanUof ?ocd thinfra at very lo?r price*. We have not only the b?st aeleciion of meichaudiae to cliome froiu, bnt the ?m nauis are ofa ebarrcter that ia alwaya deairable, becaute we dou't allow them to reniaiu in atock lonic enouph to become old or nndeair:iMe. ?aaieaawasba aaid the w k they Hccuniulate. Thia enablea us to ofler a bright, clean, nerfect an 1 conipletu stnek at all titnei, \ I irue and attractive rollection of aeaaonable. prartir>?.l renininre, together with aw ?tal I irxer lots of jrooda aecured for the occstiou, will be crhred tomorrow at special bir?aiu Bftasa_ Dr. Vaughan Formerly of'.' !> Pa. ave. Ia Now Located at 1211 F STREET N. W. Where he ia now giving his time and rtteotfon to bla large prfvate den'al practice. Gas Administi r"d. Painleae Extacting. MODERN DENTISTRY AT LOWEBT PRICES. DR. CARLETON VAUGHAN 1211 F Street N. W., WashiriKton, D. C. Thone Main 1-127 F. my26tb. lOt Virginia News. The camp of instrnction for the in fantry iffiaers oljthe Virginia volim'eera began today at Ibe Riveraide Glnb gronnda, in Dinwiddie cttity, 3 miles from Pettraburg. The Virginia Scbool for the D--af acd the II ind, at Btaunton, baa been crippled, aa ail tbe echnola in tbat aection, oo ac count of the rrevalence of the meaalcs, and will cloae on Frlday witboot com mencement exerciie*. Jostics John (]*o t :hfield in Rlcbmood, yeaterday sentenc'd John Lacy, a color ed y; u b, who beat a mule witb a board, to be aoandly apanked with Ibe aame piece of plaok. Tbe negro's motber carried otit the aentence. C. O'Oonor Goolrick, a former mem ber of the iettialalue, and Miaa Nannie Odiorne Ficklen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Ficklen, of B Imont, were msrricd at 9t,(i^orgt'a Epiacopal Gburcb, Fredrrlcksburg, laat nlght, by Rev. Dr, R J. McBryde. Wililam M. T. Forreater, colored, former grand master and former rjietrkt grand aecretary of the Oiaod United Order of Odd-Fellowa in America, died uidenly at hls tomelo R chmood yes. tsrday. II3 was one of Ibe beat known men among tbe colored people of the city. The Sn'hern Railway surgeons in seaaion in Richmood yeaterday dcclartd that no one coold be a member of (bat organiration nniees it be apbysician or a sorgeon. A veterinary rtirgeon,appoiot ed by the chief anrgeon, made applica tlon for membership, and the preaident ruied that the constitntion forbade tbe e'ection of any i there than tboae rngagrd in the att-ifll praclice of medicine aod eurgery. Oapt John Perobr'.ke Jonea, the oldeat gradn?t3 of Ibe Uoi'ed 8 atea Naval Academy at Annapolla and a veteran of the M xican and civil ware. died at hls home in Pasadeca ye<t*rday. Be was born in Virginia in 1825, and w?8 gradualed from the Naval Academy in 1847, He patticipatad in the seige of BieoaViataaa a mldahlpmcn. At ihe (tttbreak of the civil war he joined the Gonfedcracy. In the btttle between tbe Minitor and tbe Virginia Jonca waa extc-t ve officer of the Virginia. VIRGINIA PYTHIAN8. The Grand Lodge of Pythians whfcb began ita anr u >1 seialoo in Lyncbbarg Tuetdty night, elected tbe foilowing of? ficera: Grand cbaocallor, H M. Lewie, of Btaontoo; grand vice cbancellor, Jobn V. Boone, of Franklin; grand prelit*, Bev. L. E. Bccf, of Brlatoi: grand master of exchrqoer, B. A. Rof 60, of Rlcbmood; graod keeper cf rcc ords and arals, H. M. Darnall, of Roe noke; graod maater-.u-arma, Charlea O. Bairtle, of Ricbmoot*; graod inner gnard, W. 0. Oarriogton, o( Oharlotte ccunty; grand cu.er _uaid, J. W. E ftert, of Hural Rttreat. KlLL~IMBEJlLE BABIE*. The coatom of aavagea who deatroyed iofanta born hopeleaa imbecilea waa ap plr 11 ied yeaterday in D, troit, at a clinic of the Detroit Ooliece of Medicine aiamni, at St, Mary'a H capital. Amnog tbe childr^n sobmitted for examinttion waa a baby glrl beariog all the atigmata of degeneration. Dr. G. R. Piaek, of New York, wbo was condnttiog the clinic, exuaed the child's mother from the room, and thee, tu oing to the aa aembled pbysiciaos aaid: "Soene anrgeocs operate Io a caae like tbia, trephining Irom the front to tbe back of tbe ekall t> g'.vethe brain room. I have watcbed the reaults oi (beae ex pfrimeoti, aod I am convioced tbat the uo'u'ored aavagea were more wiae tbao we in their treataeot of fucb caaes. I'bey took aach childreo and?." Tbe aentence waa completed witb a aignificant gea'.ure tbat drew a borst of ?ppiauaa. News of tli? Day. Gen. G. W. Cnatia Lee doea not be lleve hia father ever aaid tbat Grant was tbe greates'. general in hiatory. Oliver Spilzsr, who waa snperintend eot of the d-cka of Ibe angar truat, ataif. fied in New York yeaterday that be had not confeased ali he knew of the u.tder weighiog fraoda becauao Ibe (rail led t) tbe grave of Hjory O. Havemeyer tbe late preaident of the Irnat. That the head or riuiruaof liillej'a comet bas divided in two paiti ia tbe diacovery of Dr. A. E. Doogiass, of tbe Uuiversity of Ar'/. ma. According to Dr. IXuglaia, the brtg'iter rart ia in ad vance if tbe other abosjt 30 arcnods, which ia rqii valent ti 3,000 milea. Dr. Di uglaaa calla atteotion t) Ihe fact tbat aparallel caae was the comet of 1882, wbich divided into four patt", aeparated, and entireiy diaappeared. At Ibe concluiion of the Hnu?e rr publican ctiria laat night, which laated for more thai three hntra, cal.'ed (cr tho (iirpoaecf reacbing an agreemeut on the poatal aavinga banka bill, kalers expr?eanl tbe npinion that tbe admin -tatlnn meaaure would be pxssed with out any dlffiiu'ty. No conclnaion waa reacbed at the cf uiii i, and an arfpurn ment waa t ken ut t 1 tonight. Four teen inni genta falled logat in aa ap pearance. A comprom'n? oa tbe aection of Ibe bill in controveray ia rx|>>cted. Py a v ,Ip of 08 bj 68 the convention of the Pfctes'ani Eplecnpal Gturchof tbe dioceae of Maryland, which met yea? terday In Bal'imore, weot on record aa favcring tbe adoption of the prcpcsrd preamble to tbe cons'itr.tion of ibe cbnrcb, whicb, it ia aaid, may cbaoge the name of the church io tho "Ameri can 01. u*ch." ii sbnp I'aret is oppoeed to the preamble and it waa thought tbe convention would go on record aa op posing it. The prtamble, wbich baa beeo toe mbj?ct of much dircnaaion, waa appn ved by tbe laat general c nvr-ntion of the cbnrch in Ricbraond. B'fore it become eccleaiaatical law it mnst be tub* mltted to each dioceae. Tbe Woman'a Home Oompanion for Jone, wbich baa been received from ila pabliabrra in New York, ia cnapicaons lor ita itirriog plea for a aafe Ftu-ih of July and for a remarkable arlicle on the care of babies ruriog tbe aummer mortba. I a fltt'on isaoove the averace in merif, conaiatlcg of aeven a oilea by well-knowa writer'. "II uiehold acd Faahlona" is nonaually comprehensive, dealiog wi'h ert rtainmertt and the preaent atyl'a in clotbra for women and cbildran. The "Spec'al A t clea" and "Bpecial Depar'.menta" are many and cover intereating and important mVjecta Tbe younger readers will fiod much to interest acd the muaic and art are, aa n<uil, excelleot. W.tb ita Jane la. u ?, wbich haa been receited from ita \ u >\u hsre in New York, Everybody's Magfzioe celebratta ita elerenth birthcay and tu a /otth one of its beat nnmbers ao far. "Bontbwrat ward Ho !'' ita leading article, tella cf the a*. iriog movf meot into tbat part of ihe cocotry. "The Cc8t of Women's Olothre," by Emily Po?t, will be a rev elatioo lo many. "Will ibe Wido?r g?t ber Mooey" reveala tbe weakoeae io fra'erosl ilfe ioaaracce aod its core. Jadge Bso. B. Liodaay aoswers hia critica lo Ihe fioal art cle of bla aeriee. "Why Pay Ren ?" "A Gilden Role Obief of Police," aod"Tbe Plsyera" are of iotfreat. 8* vea ciever s'crira make op tbe ficttoo and "A Row of Books" aod "Uidir Ibe Bpreadicg Obeatcut Tree" are mr at readable. Jobn D. Rjckefell-r wouid go broke if be ehoald apeod tia entire income t'yiog ti prepsie a be'ter medicine tban Ohamberlain's Colic, Obolera and Diar rboea R*mrdy for diarrhoca, dyasotery or bowel c- mplainls. i! la slmply im pi-eaible, aod aoaaja every ooe tbat baa aaed it. Bold by W. F, Oreigb'.on A Oo. aod Riobard Gibaoo.