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ALEXANDRIA, V A.
WEDXE8DAY l.\ KXIXO. JUNE In a can fnlly prepared article in the Phuadetphia North American it is Btatcd tli.it during Ihe paat lourteen the American people created abroanl a mt trade and money en Iii o 10,500,000,000. Y.t. Dotwitliatandinf this buge Miin, arhicfa atandfl for tb< ? v.ihic uf what araa aold ovei wbal bjmm bought ahoard, the nol foreign dt-lit nf thtacountr} haa frrown bj fl," l-jn.iioii.niiii. From 15,000.000,000 in 1896 it had hecome 16,120,000,000 laat year. That makea a staggering propo aition, one whtch at once riaes into aa tiunal and aaaumea international im portasce I' offera a problem <-f ut .st fiiMty. Tbe Mtuatkm, aa tlms rerealed in bald Bgurea, ia well calcu lated t< > tri v< concern. In effect, H meana not only thal the Dnited Statea is today the world'a arreateat debtor na? tion, bwl also that thia people i- run fltjaag deeper into debt t<> other peoplea. The American people, as i nation, are jilainly liring beyond ilnir meatu And this they bave been doing nteadily for lifty yeara, each year sinking further into debt i<< Ibe srorld. Nol a ploaaanl picture is tbia, bul it ia tbe OM which truly depicta the real aitua tion. For tbe flacal year endedJune ;:n |908 tbia country was compelled to add orer $175,000,000 to ita foreign taJebtedneaa. And for the lateat flacal year the acore ran againat uafarmore hiavily. Obvioualy such a condition of affaira cannot g.? indefinitelj V people, no more than an individual, can get credit beyond a certain point. Among tlu- itema againat tbia country in tlu- mt.iiriMMii.il settlement are tbe vast surns paid in dividends to foreign liolders of Amerii an ecuritiea, ih' milHow apeot by Americans yearly while traveling ln foreign countrii the large Bumeof money aent aboard from tliis country by foreigni i ployed iu this couotry. Then, too, many mllliona of dollara are senl from thia country annually to paj foreign peiisiutiirs. Dr. Wm ky. chief of tbe bureati <>f bbcaniatry, Department of Agriculture, bdaprived of part ..f the power he has been exercising by a elausc in the agri eultural appropi iati"n l.ill, whi.h si\s that "liereafi.r the legal work "l the Departmenl of Agriculture shall be parformed under the aupenrision aml diraotion of the aolicitor. This means that Dr. Wiley. who I eretofore hiw ia ?aadCatataona t.. hearinga whenevor ex aminations made iu his bureau Becmed to juslify him in .1.mamliiiir of the Baanufacturer an explanation of any article of food or drug produd which it was thoughi did nol corue up to the fftandard of purfty demandcd by the food and drug act, mual confine liia work viitually t?. liis laboratory. liis other powera will be tranaferred t.> Qeorge P. afcCabe, the solicitor for ihe department Mr. McCahe is a rigo roua aupporter <>f one theorj of the Taft ai|iiiiiiistrati..n, thal a public ..f ticial nced not act iu behalfol ihe pub? lic Uliless ihe law dirccts him t?.. Dr. Wiley baa been a iln.rn in the flosh "f the food aml drug adultvrators for aoaac time au.l there ia a susplciou thal though then inflnence ihe elau ferred i.. was lnaerted iu the agricultu ral l.ill. Thk report thal Presidenl Taft will nominate a negro aa collector ?>f the poit of Qeorgetown, in the Dirtriel ol Oolumbia, practicallj a pan ol Waahington, baa arouaed indignation Rcaidonti are atrong in their con notion thal tln* i? ao place for a negro aml tliat the conferring ..f tbe position upon a colored man will re sult only in trouble. lt ia i ontended il will incr.asc the aiTogance <.f the naajto elemenl in Washington and will be in oppposition to the nnani nious -.litinictit ofthe people who <\< business with tlie office of the collector in Qeorgetown. The aln.vc Bhouki prove an objecl leaaon to certain Alexandriiins who are pcriodi.al suf laran from rattooeaaion mania. While tlie iletmiratic party may bt guilty >.f oiiussious :iml commiaaiona in its long carcer. it is a (.il.ralt n t.. doniination in the aouth, and tbought' ful people on the aouth aide of the Totomac do not wanl black poHet ? men or oollectora in tlieir midsl Were the eity a part "f the Dtatrici of Oolumbia wc would bave many distasteful thinjrs to remind ua of a ,:t from Qiynipus to 11.11. - Titr New York Courl of Appeah held recently thal ? f' reign corpora tion hafiaf an office for the trana action of l.usiiic.ss in New York statfi wa9 bound to permitone ofita atock holders u> r_vpectita atock book dur? ing the aaaal boura of businesa and to copy therefroiu the natues of its etwkhoMara, their plaoea of reaideoce f>nd tbe numUi oi them rearpectively, and that the itock boldei nire I lo diedoae t. the offlcer ia charge of the boo* bia motiye in making tbe insjeetioii. This decudon is of general imV \ the eaden of Congress an re reported tt, lie in favor of eeonomy. Neveitbelem, eeonomy ia one of thoae thingfl which every one favora in the abartract, bul flnda awkward ia the concrete. The expeinlitiiie of the Congrew wbicb adjourned Baturday niglii r\-eirils ,i l.iilion dollars. II.OM WASHINGTON. jCorrcsiiondcncfof Alexandria (Jazette] A dectaion of il?s- Interstate Com metoe Commiasioo, to Im- aanounced Friday. will ileterniine whether 500, 000 railroad employea are t?. strike oo all of the lifteen Boutbern linea, wbicb would practically tie op tratlie. Aboul 2.lelegate conducton and trainmen bave been m WrshtngtoB f<>r the last three-weeka, holling conferencea and stating grievancei to the Interstate niasion. Tbey piactacally conv pleted their missioii last night, and luosJ of them bave returned to then bomea. From remarka made todaj bj . i.i itivi ol tbe employea there ii i ,i on to believe ih;it they will nut agree to arbrtraU) their differencea. Htate Departmenl offlciab are on the alerl toaacertaia tlie terma of tbe rail? way agreemenl reported to have becu reached b) Japan and Ruaeia. If this treaty in more than a n.iilie arrange iiii Iit and in any way may affect the exiating condition* in the Orienl it is probable thal the United States wH proteal iru riew tbe fact that Japan iu ihe uote exchatiged with Becretarj Itoot agreed to inforni the United State* of any morement affectiug tlu n\ itue quo in the Orient. The Btatt Departmenl is without information on the proceedinga. The raising of tlie ilrydock Dewey whieh s;iiik m veral weeka agbin Manila Bay w.is officially reported tothe Xavy Deparl.ut in a briefdiapsvtoh received today. The Department will im mediatoly allot money for repairs in order lhat the big dock may be put in Rhape before the typhoon season wbicb is io .a due. Henry A. Rucker, colored, oollector of interiial reveiiue of Georgia, has re signedand Henry B. Jackaon of Atlanta haa been aelecterj toeMoeed him. The st iiemeiit i- made lhat Rucker ii io be provided with a poaition in vVaBbington. Hereafter, hy order of Secretary Mac Veagh, when banka or individu als want fractionalcurrency they will havr to pay tranaportation chargea themaelvea. For the last Sdyerrathc governmenthaa beenbeariog ilnstx Snd ll has eost the Tiea-m\ I >< - partmehl on an average of $100,000 a year. Reductionfl amouuting to abont, 26 per cent ofthe average in tianaronti neiital freigbl rate* were ordered today by the Interstate Oommerce Commkv -ioii in a >eiii- of ileeisions whieh are among tlie moel important ever band ed down by that tribunal. Thev are baaed upon complainta from the city of Spokane, Washington, the Portland rii iiiii.i i of Commerce, the Railroad Commiasion of Nevada and the Oonv men ial <'ltil. ofSall Lake City, etc Tbe largest rcductioris.are made in the ratea from tbe Pacific coaal to the Miaaouri river and from there the new ratea are gradiiall) increased upon that baaia t" th.- Missiaaippi river to Chicago to Pitta? burg aml lo New York. Wben the Supreme Court on Mav .".1 decided in favor ofthe actioo of the Interatate Commerce Ctommiauoa in rcducing ihe througk ratea from the Atlantic Beaboard to Miasouri river cities. the railroada ware given thirty daya in which to file a petition for a re hearing.' Tliat petition uas filed today and will have the effect of aUBpending the eiifor, cineiil of thecourts decisiOD until a hearing ia had in the October teiiii. The caae affecta all the im portant railroad aystema in tln- west. Tln circuil . i.uris graniod an injunction auspending the rotee order of the ln teratate Commerce Commiasion pro dtic.ing the ratea bui the Supreme Courl Hustained t he commiaaion, Daniel Parish Kingaford baa been appointc.l by the preaidenl auperinten .l.ni ..f ihe new asaay office to take .?tf.vt \ii?.'ust 1 and to aucceed Kinf-'s l.riy i;.-ier. resigned. . William T. Thompsou, former attorney general <>f Nehraaka, baa been appointed to ihe jM.siti..f solicitor Treasur) Department to aucceed M. I?. Ol '?.nn. II. resigned. K.lwiii B, liolmea, formerfftatistician in ihe agricultural Department, today pleade i guilty to the charge af giving ..ut adrancc information on the cotton report and waa ftned 13,000. This closes the famous "cotton leak" cases ..I I'li'i all olhei parli. ipatits in tlie .onspira. , having also admitted their gtiili and been ftned. I m niiiioi today pointa toa climai in the Nienraguan situation. The State Departmenl has mformation thal Zelaya has placed hia $9,000,000 al the disposal ..f Madrix, thal both men are operating in dired accord througb seeret agent* in New York, aml that . fforl i- being madeby kfadrii to atamp oul the reroH in short order. The State Departmenl learned today thal foiinei I'resid. nt Zclaya of Nicara gua is maintaining aecret aajawti in N, ,\ York througb whom he is aiding Presidenl Madria in the campaign againsl Kicaraguan insurgents aml American interesta. Richard Ayers, aged 21 years, and Misa Alice Hi.lv agad 15, eloped from Orange yesterday and went fo Washington !?? be married. The girl'a uncre preceded their arrival and she waa taken in charge aml will bc tttOA home. Diplomatic repreaentativai of the United Btatea, Germany and Fraaca have been instructedby their reapective governuienta to n-.pn-t the Phiitiaan gorernmi nl to ratify the agreemenl for the llukuang loan of 180,000,000. It is believed tbal tlie ediet to tha effect will be iaaued without much ilclay and that the work of con-irmting the roads will begin a short time aftetaaida, HystariaaB i)eath?. jn, June 29.?A diapateh from Stuttgarl t'.'iav aaya that Prof, Aloys Obriat, ;i well known muetcal director. and Anna Butter, ao opera tangar, W. re found dead togetiier from bullet wounda, [naacatatani were that Obrist shoi th.- woman aud thcu coniiniued CIIOLEI.A SCAHE. Aiixlfty fnnrcriiiiijj the aewrg? I'Var That it frni ?pi*eadOverBnglaaal. b.udon, June 29.?A ipread <>f Aaiafie cholera tlHtrugb Europe fa feared today by the jSOglish health otlieials as tle re-nlt ol Uie othVial admi.vsion by St. PrAeraburg offlciala that cholera has broken out in the Rttaaraaa capital aml the reporl <>f two rJoathi from cholera in Berlin. The health anthoi itn-> ao- diatttlaWhag the situation. ami it is expected that ordera fot antore rigid qwrantineat all Rngliab porta willbe iaaued. m. Fetoraburg, June 29.?<Jbolera riota are breaking out tbrougboul aouthweatern Ruaaia, according to dta patfhra reoaifed here today. vYb< the authorities make the aiighteel effoii to anforce annitary meaaures, a cbub with the ignoranl populace ia altnotrl sure to follow. Ordinarily the governmenl would not attempt to anforce extreme mea ,iir.- wiih ihe people, bul compteintii have been received from ihe Auatrian and l'rus?iaii tidea of the fnniiier aml theae bave led the autboritiea t.. in erea.-ed a. tivity. The people in man\ of the towna when tbe dieeaae if rapidly becoming epideroic nol onlj oi.jeei to offlcial invaaion ,,f thi n hom< - hut they believe tbal their aici will be mistreateil if removed, Tbey, alao, bave a vague idea that beaven baa willed the peatilencc and the adtl tiea have no right t<> attempl lo check its rava Muriler aml "?iilclili in ? HetoL Chicago, June 29 \ young man who gave tle- name of Wiliiam I'hompsoii at ihe Leland Hotel today -hot aml killed a beautiful yoiing woman who was regiatered as hia wife aml then committed auicide. The young couple regiatered laat rjighl aml lefl a eall f"i flvi o'clocli this morning. They a|>pcared to he in a bappy fiame of miml aml M change J plcaaantriea with the clerk. - ..I after they bad been called ihis morning two ahota were heard. Tlie door of their room was broken open and both were found dead. Th< girl had been shot through tlu breaal aml tlie man had a Lullet woiiml m his head. A nole wrilteii hy ihe man WM found in the room. It read: "May Ctod have mercy on . foi what I have done, .-Ie bfl broken my hearl. I Iried lo make a good girl of her, hut?it ean'l be done. W< will end it together, Tle- wagea of sin is death. If there ifl an\ love in the heart of the public bury ns to? gether." _ Will Deniaiul BxtracUttei "I Oharllcii. Bome, June 29.?Tbe for? Ign Min istcr today deflnitely dei idi d t" demand tbe extradition from the United Btate* of Porter Charlton, who confe?aed m V w York to killing hifl wife mar I.ake Como. New York. .1 im. ?_".'. The Becond ? vamiiiaiion hy the four emilienl alieii i-i- retained hy ei fudge charlton to determine the mental condition of bi aoo FOrter Charlton, held on a charge of murderlng bia wife al Lake Como, Itah, took place todaj in tbe -1 City jail. The linal nporl of the m r/eatigation will probably '"? romp tomorrow. An unanimoua opinion that Charlton was aufferilig from aome forin ofdementia will Hkel) !?? ren dered by ihe alienbttfl Motion (ImiiiIiiI. ?Canaaa City, Ifo., June 29. Judge Latsbaw, in the Criminal C.i this morning overruled the moti.f Dr. B, clark Hyde for a aew trial on the charge of murdering Cojonel Tliomas |). Bwope. Attorneya for the defen* then filed ii motion for appeal t" th' Supreme Court which Judge l.at-lciv. will granl He rufused togranl bailto the priainor wbile the matter ia pending before the bigber tribnnal. The judgi declared thal tbe jury's rerdid waa a just one and waa warrartted l.y the evi deace aubmitted. Btaisata I'oi-i.ncil. Williamstown, Has?., June 29.? Fifty atudenta of Williama Coliege are ili here today, aml one, A, B. Powell, nf alontclair, N. .1.. i- in a critical critical condition from what seema t" be wbolesale poiaoning A toxicologisi baa been aummoned, Tln- supposed poisoning ,??, iirred ai the alumni dln ner l;isi Thuraday, S.s.n after many ware taken ili, bui he majority re coverad, It.iioc* ell al Han iiril. Boston, Ifaas., June 29. lt was aa president of the Hanrard Al.ni \ Bociation, and a Harvard graduale in Rtead of inerely Ihe only livinge* presi denl "f tln- United Slates tbal Theodore Knosetell aaa bonored today. I!? the cciitial figure of commenecmeni day ;it Harvard aud was checred frequentl) and lieartilj aa be partici pated in the varioua exercisea thal marked the annual presentation of diplomaa and confei ring ?.i bono degreea, Tliirtttn llniiilxil Viihc lulltil. Tangier, June 29. Tliirteen hundred nativea are reported today t-> havalieen killed in an engagemenl with ihe French troops on June ?_'?'? in theTadla district The aoldiera were on their wa\ totheShawia regjon t" auppresa an anprecedentod reign of outlawry and were inten ept.-d in tln Tadla country. The French loeeea were light No details <>f the engagemenl have '" ? d received. _ CloiidruuM ln K< ntiii W\. Baytersville, Ky. June 29.?Four bodiea ware rccovered today following the clouuutnst which iwepi afagoffin, Floyd and Knott h.iiiim. - \.-'.-idav s.arching partie* are at work and i \ pect to rei'i.ver several more I TELELRAPHK llltl.VITII *. It wr.s learned at Norfolk loday thal the battloship Dclaware was strncV by lightning laat night and it was Mtkj that cxtoisive repair* will have to bs D)IB>, The witeleea maus. aaa demoltshed and one man seriou?ly injured. while aaven werealightly ahocked, Ihe Due d'Alencon. grand-oii nf LowJa Thilippe, died today at hia home in Wimbledon, England, of old anja, He was the ion of tie |iii, de Neiuours. who I : suip.r for the hand ofthe late Queen Victoria. Iln G aaie I rgdea Drewiti riatt r in law of Mrs. Ogden Armoiir. ofChi worth $500,000. was given a di voree today in Cincinnaii in fourth suit against (Srnesl Ihvwil/. piano salisnian, TIIi: FH.IITKItS 4etlrie?'? Itarker?? aml Aflinirers Optl ?atatac Oartadaai i?huit<t Ovar Joim Bea*fl < ?iiiiiitimi, .hffries' Training Quartcrs, Moatia Bpringa, Reoo, ifev., June -'?*.?"1 llimk .leffries will rnsh aml elean u]> in tWO <>r three rouml ' No he Woll't. He'll feel out tlie black fellow for seven or eight rounds, takiig a good lieating in the mean time. And M B00U as he linds the no gro is becoming diafiourafed becauaa his piimhes ar- doUtg RO ilamage, then Ie I! -ail in and lim.di things up." "Why flhould he waitf Why shoiild he hold back and let the negro Ball bim topieees? All Jefferies has to do ia to atick out his chin, k*4 Johwoa drife Ihs bardeal and when the ehampion linds that the wiekedest baOW he has in stck cannot down his opponent, Johnaon will he pia," "Nothtng like that. .Tolmmm is too elever. He e.ui -talk around for an alino-t unlimited number of round BJtd ii will simply re-o!ve itself into a ipie-tion of eudurariee. If Jeffriea ia there aa he looka when he anorke, there will bi imthing to it. I tigure that under then eoiiditioiis .lolui-oii will last ahout thirty ronnd-." Theae are some of ih. ohservations iu the Jeffriea camp today. Johnaon'a Training Quarters, Rick'i Reaort, Beno, bTev., June 2'.'.?opin? ion i.- dn ided over Jobn'a rxMKhtion. Iii- followera -a\ be ia better than ever. Otben don't fancy his rjtyle ,,f work aml complain that he shows apeed only a' ml. rvals. Then- il eoiisidi rahlf trulh in the lat ier Btatement. When flpaning Jobn? son euis looae only when atung by our of his BparrinflJ parlmi.-. At other llllies be is eolitellt to l.loek aml BtOp pllliehe-. ajasMaa Pautaal. Aniiapolis. Md.. June '-"'. -Just aboul one mile and a half from the naval acadetny, the bodiea of .Mrs. Josepb Me Bowyer, daugbter-hvlawof Captain .1. II. Bowyer, auperintendenl of the Ffaval Academy; Ifkhrbipmen Shermaii N. Nasoii. of Newport. R, I . ami Grigaby I.. Tbomaa, of Union Point, tia., were found this morning. The trio wni miling in a amall boat jreater day aml ii is believed thal theydecided lo take a dip in the Siveiii. Where they left the -ail hoat am hored. their bodiea were only a few feet awaj wben they weic Habed out "f the water. lt ia believed the unfortunate young woman aml the two young men were suddeiilv overcome with crainpa aml the three were drowned before any aid could reaeh them. Their bodiefl were hrought io Annapolis aml an inveatigation of the rircumatancet surrounding ihe manner in whieh they mel death will he investi gated, although every -ign indicatea lhat the trio iin-r death through BCCJ dent, The hodii - were reeovered today from "Old Man- Hole,"atreacheroufl place, will known toti-hermeii. Hn.Bowyer before her marriage wa- a Miaa Dean of Pittiburg. Bhe waa 28 yearaokL \\< i buaband died two yeart l'.arthi|uak<' Mlmrk-. ci.wlaiid. ohio. Jtute 29.?Two eartbquake shoeks. one of nearl) an hour'fl duration, were reported by laiher Odenbacb, ihe st. Ignatha Col i.nti-t. today. The finsfcfhocfc, a minor di-t iu hanci-. wa- o-eoidod bj ihe aeiamograph at 2:45 a. m. and con tiinied until 8:12 a. m. The aecond shock begaa at .">:'_".? a. m. Father Odenhach eetimatea thal tbequake w:is 3,000 or 1,000 milea from < ]. yland. Waahington June 29.?Two distin.i eartbquake ahocke were this ntorning i... orded on the aeismograph II the (Jeorgetown Univeraity. The distur bancea lasted frorS 6:89 to 7:02 a. m. They were too far diatant to determine ih ii approximate location. St. Louis, June 29.?Taaaasarmofrapb al the Bt, Louia Univeraity recorfJed an eartbquake today laating from ^??.\ a. in. I.. c-ns :i in. kccording fo Father fjoesse, who baa charge of tbe obeerra i,.,\. the qoake came from tbe west and waa cen*ered in tbe aarth and prDbably did do damage, -i ii r\ Plathargeali Chicago, June 29.?The jury which bai been trying the caae of Lee o'Neill Browne, democratic leader of the State Legialature, charged with bribing membera of the legialature to vi.te f..i the election of William Lori? mer, republican, aa United Btatea Sona lor waa discharged today, failed toagrae. The jury retired Laat Friday after.ii and has I.,-. ? i.. |. 111.. ? i al ing e\ er since. || came into court today and announced :ii 11 :<li'. that il could m.l ica.h a ver dict. I Ii. jury s(,?m| S l() 4 f,,r ,.(,m K lioii from the firal balfot, aocording to afi aiitboritative statemelal Mill ( oiotmrt Another Alrshlp. li.iloi, June '..'?' Coiint Zappelin, huildei of tbe air Ijner Deutarhland, which was wrecked yesterday, tbough hcarl broken over the unfortunala and uio ,.| ihe third cruisi; jpf the big di rigiblc, ia snii undaunteu and declared today tbat he would begin atoaoatbe COtiatmction of an air ship of half the -i/. of tbe Deiiischland, bui which Miuild l.e capabie of cairying forty persons, The Weetavard *tm virtorioua. Kid. Qermany, luna -".?.?After tbree defeata l.y Alexaiuler s. Cbch ran'a yacht West ward, the k i meteoT today reraraed tbe aaaal reauh and won from Ixith tho Weatward aml the < Ii t niHina. The race was the eltMMl iled, the ineteor winning hy but two minutea from the Gerrnaaai and three niiiiules from the Wextward. Tlie kai-cr wa- al/oard lii-1 yacht. Tbree Men Killed. Baltimore. IM., Tune 20.? Three m. n wen killed. three othors proh.ibly fni.illy injured and three othors less ?riou-ly hurt by n freight engine which ci_fbad into a gang of carpenters on a treatle on the Baltimore and Oluo Railroad al Twenty-first street and tho Bell I.inc Railroad trackr hero today. The Prrddenl at Beverly. .lune ?*,?President Taft arrtved here in his special ear Colonial at 9:80 this morniug. He was I ii the awontaerrai d. poj by the membera bf bfo family. already here. iiml at once left by automobile: for the summer White II..me at Burgess J'oint, m:\vs oftiie day. President Taft eontetnplates appoint ing a negro pohtieian colaSjOtOt of the rgetown, '?. 0, Attorney John Stanehtield, of New York. baa ratadved a fea of 9800,000 for the ticijiiitial of F. Augustus lieinze. The Coiigre?iotval Bondiny; Coin mission iu its prehnunary report just eompleted, will favor the h.ling of all governrneiit employea by tle ellinietlt llsclf. One man wa- pmned down under an aiitoinohile and dlOWUed and t\\ e other aud a y.umg woman were aaaiuaraly in? jured early yeaterday a few miles from lfaiiimoiid, Ind.. when the ear plunged into a ereek. Trial of the suit instituted by Ru dolphe Framke against Coininander I'eary. eonecniing the dispositiou of Arctic trophies was begun in a Berlin COUti yesterday. Fr.incke was MBO eiated with I>r. Cook in polar exphua tioii. After earefully preparing himself for death, a young man, regiatered as Jamea Murphy, oommitted luicMe hy Inbaling gas yesterday at the Majestic Hotel. Washington. He had elosed and loek ed the rJoora. windowa, and tiavnaom, aml rammed paper into all tln-eiv I'he kry was left in the lock. Empeier Wiliiam has aocepted the reaignationa of Baron von Rheinbaben, the i'iii--ian niinist.r of state and financa, aml Wilheim von Bchoen, sc-.-retary for foreign affairs. BaTOB von Nothte was appointed lecretary for foreign aifairt, von Bchoen being appointed ambaeeador to Frauco. Five lliell were killed and eleveu in? jured. two of them probably fatally, by an explosioii whieh tirst wreeked and then sel flre to the hotel and saloon ol Edward Buabay, flve miles north of Hinneapolifl on the Anoko.road yeater? day evening. The explosioo of a ^as tank in thebaaemenl Wew the roof from ihe building aml flre unmediately Btart ed. In half an hour the building was a iiiass of burning wreekage. The st. ain.-hip Main/, whieh willpro ceed on Baturday for the Spitabergen I.-laml- earrying Coiint SSappeliu'l pta liminary North I'olai expedition, ?nchored alongaide the impertal yachl lloht-n/oiii ni at Kiel yeaterday and waa iii-pet-i.-d hy F.inperor Wiliiam ft i planned to erect a dirgible balloon-houae at Bpiubergeu and Captain Lau will in v.-tigale the po.?ibilities of a dirgible balloon light in the An tie to dei. rinim whether an air route to the North I'oh will be pra.th il I.cader- of the peiinsylvania State Fedi lation of Laboi yeatorday begnn an inquiry t<? aarertain if Gifford Pincbot, ihe former chief ofthe Foreatry Depart? ment, has a legal resiilcnee in I'ennsyl vania. If !ie ha-. they prOOOM tonoini nale him for goVPIUOr al the head of ihe independenl ticket, They ny that they believe Bucb a ticket would gel nol only the VOtea ofthe lahor imioii men of tin- State, hul al-o n,any di-atislied rJemocrata and rebublicani The New York grand jury pre.-ent nieiit deiioiincis the inoviiij,' pieture slu.ws as a bot-bedof vice and urgea more rigid fogielatiou for -afc-guard ing young girl* who patrom/e theae theatre*. liaasage parlori aml mani curing eatabtiahmenta are aeverely at taeked. Tbe grand jnron declared lhat they inveatigated 126 of theae et tahhshiiiiait and fouiul that they were simply disorderly reaorta, dis <rui-ed under ditfereiit name-. Armed with knives, and kceping their word to meet at sunrise in the wooda near Macfarland Fark, in Weal Tampa, Florida. Moadaj. Mario Adalo and anotherCuban, wln.se ideotity has ii.,t y.-i been eatabliahed, fougbt until both fell from Ii." of i.lood. Adalo died within a few minutea. The uiiknown man eacaped. Adalo came from Culia. He w:is a labor or o;illi/er - 'ling froin the Naval Acadernv ;.( Aiuiapolis abortly after noon yester? day for a sail in Aiuiapolis harl.or. three yOUng people, Mrs. Joseph kfcC. Bowyer, daugbter-in-law of Capt, .1. M Bowyer, auperintendent of tln Naval Academy, and Ifidabipmen SharmanM, Itaaon, of Hewport, H. L, and Brieby K. Thomas, of Union I'oinl. (ia., bave not heen heard from upfto B late hour last olgfat, Ibough tbe little craft in which they started baa been found at anchor in ahallbw wati Every indicatioo pointa to Ibe tad tbal tlleV ha\e illl heell dtoull.'d. A big l.iin.lle of papers, purporting to he the compliiini in a suit for $1,000, niKi damagea againal Tbeodore Boose \.lt. Boberl Bacon, Anierican ambaa i.|.,r tO Fraiice; Cliarl.-s (irave*, Viieii.-aii miiii-ter lo Swedeii. and liis wife, is m ihe COUOty clerk's offlee in Kea York awaiting diepoaition, The innidle waa tbrown into tbe oftjce j .)?.. L_1S_ I.I.. \I " "* --*-' ilVes U> present M is \',,|| Cliis-e|i .11 ? courl "f late Kiog Qacar of Bweden in 1907 mtal i:\<;i>k iiokhi:* Htrv AWAY Three big gray lire-engine horses, plunging along ahreast with a9 much precision as if they had heen hitcbcd to their enginc, ran away for two mile? through Brooalyn yaatarday and were only atbpped when they reached the plaza of the Willi.imsburg bridge. The boraaa were not frightened. They were simply ninning as to a tire and their keeping together, the riremeti say, show their training. It was ,1 beautiful sight M the mas sjaa graya plunged along crowded streets. ofoaa tojpthaf M thotigh guided ba au invisil.le hand, dodging traffic and inaoft keeping itatj At th* bridge a policeman seircd tho I.ri.lle of ono <>f the horsrs Biid although dragged a bloek, suceeeded in stopping him. The other two laofaoa stopped inmiediately. - ??a?n MARRIED, At tbejpemoaatte ofaft Veraoe Plaee C'bureb. Weshington, D. C, by Rev. J, Howard Well- I'm- ^av. June > |?10. DAISY L WILLIAMBandBSKJAMlM I II Ai DIED. Atan early hour this morning. TH' <& V. RISHEILL, ln bia 74th year. Funeral from his late resid. l,.e. SUSOUtfa Wash Ingtoa atreet, Tbursday evening. at *ix O'clock. Friend* of the family Tnvlted, CITY COl'NCIL A large volumn of business was dis lofattbe regular meeting of the CUy Council last night. It was of a general natore, boweverj The report. of the auditor, city treasurer, aad clerk and siiperinteii.lent of gas for the year eii'ling May 81, 1*910, were submitted. UOAKI) OV AI.PKKMKN. Mr. Marhury Of the special commit tee. appointed tO investigate the candle power of tlie streel light.s furtiished hy the Alexandria Electric Company, re ported progreaa, Ba atated that the coininiltee expected to be ahle to pre? sent a raporl at tbe next meeting. The report of the committe.i streets rcconinicmling an appropriation of 15,000 for the continuation of tbe trunk sewer in the north westcrn section of the city, and a report of tlie sanie committee recoinnieiiding ;m expetidi line of 11,46*0 for the improvement of Alfred street from Prince to Duke were received from the lower board and laid over. There waa ii" diacaaafon ia the board and the action of the Coiniuon Council waa concurred ln by auaoimo is rotea on all papers sent in. co.mmos corsrn.. Council met at 8:15 with 15 membera piesent. A coinniunication from the state auditor was received ahtttng that a warrant for 1650.98 had been sent the city treasurer thia being tbe city'a third of the delimiucnt capitatioii taxe> collected. The committeeeet forth that capitation taxes returned delinqaenl since 1902 have lieen collected and paid into the State traaaury, amounting to $1,652.95, and of thia amount col? lected oiie-lhird had heen returned lo city Treasurer Bobinaon. The com munication was referred to tbe Bnance committee. The Beliance BngineCompany peti lioiied Council to paper the walls of ihe engine house and aaked that the appropriation l.e made.at once. On re queat of Mr. Ifaraball 866 was appro priated for this work. Wm. Deamond aaked parmhaion to rebuild :i frame addition in rear of 507 Queon atreei aud this was referred to ihe committee on streets. The Bnance committee recommended thal $160 he appropriated for the Alex atiilria Free Kindergarden and their repoti was adopted. A request had been made f..r $800. The aamc com? mittee recommended tha: bilta from the health depiirtiiient amounting lo ? l l.e paid for proviaiona furniahed quarantinrid peraooa and this was ordered. The street committee reconi mended that $860 be appropriated for .a cobble gutter with hrick center on Orouoco between Alfred and I'atrick and thia was agreed to. Tlle street com lllittee also rccoiu mended thal the auta of $1,460 he ap? propriated for the paving of Alfred streel between Prince aml Duke streets with broken atone. This fo he avaii able when -?"> cents per linaal foot for :i-4 of the total frontage and the coal of granite Tor rurDiiiy 'i-4 of theSQuare baa been paid into Ihe city. Thi-, after some explaiiiition by Mr. Leadbeator, waa paaaed. Tln- aame committee recommended thal a icsolutioii appropriating $5,000 fo the oontinuing of the northwaal sewer l.e adopted. Both Mr Leadbeator and Mr. Burke apoke of tbe naooaaity of thia work and tne conditiona in the Third ward. The re-.oiutioii waa paaaed, ayee, 10; IH.es, II; | ln >t M.lilio MeSSlS. Mil isllilll. spinks, Fvans and the preaident. Mr. Snowden in eapJaining bia de clinina to vote said he was n..t opposed lo Unprovementa, but did not think all of tbe city'* money ahould be spent in ooe aection <>f the oHy; aeweri were needed in other sections. This i.-d t<. aome daacuaaion between Mr. Bnowden, Mr. Leadbeater and City Bngineer Dnnn a- to tbe amount <>f money spent in the differenl warda and the eomhtioiis under whieh it was spent. The slim of fl20 was appropriated to pave Pitt street for 10(1 feet south of King. The street eoililuittee reeoimiielided tbal f800, be appropriated for the grading and navhtg of tbe alley in the -.piare hoiinded by Qoaetj, I'ru Payne and We-t -tie.ts. This tobe avail ahle when the abutting property OWneri have put up 1200. On the reeoinmendation of the MBM committee permiaaion was granted ?everal peraona to build or repair frame buildinga. These will he found in the oii'n iai proceedinga. The -hid of |860 was appropriated for gutters on Franklin heiween Fair? fax aml Royal slrei |s. Mr. Leadbeater expkained that the Btreet committee tbonght it best to narrow thia itreel before the gutters were laid. The -iim of $i;o was appropriated f??r painting the ezterior wood work and tower of the C'oluuihia engine house. This was on reeoinmendation of tbe committee on public property. The committee on light recom'rnend <mI ihat ,in arc light be placed at the Strand and Robertl alley and tlu ordered. The annual report of rhe city auditor and city treaaurer were read and ep proved. The reporti ihowed the total receiptfl for the tiseal y.-ar ended May 31 to be $185,629.58, and the amount espended $183,041.42. The amount due the city" treasurer last year WM $l,74?i.42. leaving a balance now in the banda of the city treasurer of $841.31. ln presenting the report Mr. Burke of the tiname rommittec said: "Last year when the report wai pre scnted to Council it was shown that there was an overdraft of $1,746.42, or that amount due the treaaurer to balance ?COOWtn for the year 1908-1909. The toport. tonight for year jn?t ended shows a eash balance ?f $841.31 to the credit of the general fund. A guper lieial view, or at least a carelefls exami nation of the nccount would make it appear that we had expended f2,637 7.'3 less than we had received during the year. The revcrse, howover. is tne . for it is easily rccalled by tlie members ofConodl thatat the last meeting in .May. Cotmeil nuthorited a loan of $5,000 for the purpose of paying all elaiin- that might 1*3 prcsented whieh were properly chargeable iu th* year just ended, ?o we ' really expended $2,412.27 moro than we received on ecoovjrl of general fund. When presenting the reaolution asking for the authority to negotiate a loan of$o.(>00. there wa* placed on the of the members of Council n atatement of the finance committee estimatiug what would be the probablc oondition of our finaneea at ihe rdoaa Ot our rtscal year. A referenee to that raatemant will ahos* thal the ?rtfmarri receipta were giveu a- appi*oximately flSs^fOO, ami a correeponding amount of expenditurea. No effbrta wen made to make these estimates agree with what is no.v shown as tha exaet ligures, yet the auditor's report ?howa expenditurea aa being fl84,* 787.84, <>r <>nly $112.10 leaa. The reeeipts were also near estimate; for while about $730.00 in exce.-s of mates. yet we reeeived HOO.OO from the Washington, Alexandria t Mi. Vernon Hy. Co. for a i|iiarters rent on May 31, whieh WC did not place in our estimates, and also reeeived fgfO.OO from poliee court lims greater than we intieipalel. This total of f790.00 shows how we reeeived $7:10.00 in - of our estimates, as a referenee lo the sialeinent lo whieh 1 have re ferred will show. Mr. I'hler presented the reports of the clerk of gas, the siiperintendent of the gas works and the treasurer. The total n.ipts from the gas works was $44.-_'lM) as against $4.'!,7s.(l for the previoii- year. The cxpeiidiluri - amounted to fS0,197.17. The mi pro'its were $14,008.88. A resolution to tix the grade of Oro? noco street, between Alfred and Pat? rick, was, on recpiest of Mr. I.eadl>eat er, passed. A request 'rom the Washington. Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Itailwav Company to be pettnitted to nm ear* through the city without fenders wa referred to the committee on itreetfl and general laws. Mr. Hellmuth introduced a peeolu tion appropriating $.".00 to whitewaah the interior of the market building and lo make certain repair* in the country market. This was rcferred to the com iinssioners of the sinking fund. Mr. Birrell introduced a reaohltion to line any one found COttducting a "loan shark" husiness. Ilo apoke iu favor of ihi.-, telling of a leiler in bia poaaeaaion written to a woman who had borrowed f8 fromi "loan shark" aml had paid $2 per month in advauce foi this siiin for some nioiiths. Mr. Birrell also introduced a reaoiu lion pertnitting the sale of pcrishuble goods, roedioinea*, aoda water etc, on Sunday. Both of these went. to the committee on general laws. Mr. I'hler aaked the chairman of ihe Btreel committee if his committee had inveatigated the Idocking of Mont? gomery aud Fairfax -trecl- hy the t lld Domihion Qlaai Worka, Mr. I.eadheater thoiigln the city w.i tiot being harmed. Mr. I'hler insistcd that 00 one had tbe right tO build a fence and gate acroaaa city street and put n> a *ign "no admiitance. " The Chair thought the city might be held reaponaible tor any damage re Bulting from tbe blocking of any of thi atreet* and Ilr. Liedbeeter aaid his committee would look further Into tlu matter. Council then ailjoiirned. OFFICIaE" BOARD 0P ALDEBMSN \i i regular meeting or tbe Btrard ot Alilcrin.il ol'tin'cit.\ of Alexamlria. \ i held June 28, 1910, tbere were preeent: J. K. N. Ciirtin, e*q Preaident, and Mesars. Hill. Brill, Marhur.v. Ballenger, lo l ,'ciald and Suiiiniers. Mr. Marhur.v. uu behalfof the special eommltteerappointed to Inveatlgate the candle power <>f tlie Btreet light* lur ni-l.cd ln the Alexandria Electric Coni pany, reported progroaa and Btatcd tbal ii waa the purpose of tbe oommlttee to siihinit a reporl al tbe nexl m.?> A report ofthe Committee on Street* reeommending an appropriation of$l,4SU for the Improveroenl of Alfred Btreet from Prtnoe to Duke, was received from tlie Common Council and lald over. A renorl of ihe aame oommlttee rec omrnendlng an appropriation of |6,000 for tbe i i.ntiiiiiaii.e of ibe aewer In the north western aectlon ofthe city, was alao laid over. The Mfowitiff were received Irom tbe Common Council and their action eoa eurred in by unanimoua votea; Report of the Committe.i Streeta reoommendlng au appropriation of asso tolay guttera on Oronooo street from Alfreano Patrlek. Keport ofthe sanie cominittee granl Ing permiMdon to& .1 Smith to reauingle house No. IS16 Queen atreet Report of tbe iwme oommlttee Kmnt Ing pormlssion toC. E. Ewald to erecl a frnnie dwelling ai 123 north St Aseph atreet Keport ofthe Finanee Committee ree omrnendlng an appropriation ol - for the paj ineiii of hiiis Incurred by the health department Keport of ihe same oommlttee reeom meaolng an appropriation oftlAO to the Free Klndergarten. Repoii of the Oommlttee on Public Property recommending an approprta ti.ni ofMOfor painting at th.- Oolumbia engine house. Repoii of the Oommlttee on Btreeta graaung permlssion to Anthoaj Bren ner to reahingle houses :<"?">. SOT aml SOB north I'iu atreet Report of tbe aune oommlttee recom? mending an appropriation otfSQOto ini prove the alley hoiunled b) ijuecn. I'rine.'ss, Payne aml (Veststreets. Report of the same committee appro? priating asSO for i aprovlng Franklin -treet from Fairfex tolto\al. Uepoil ol Ihe siiu.iium)ttee ''rant Ing permission to C. J. Cummings to l.uil.l an additlon to house ?!.. Quoen street Report ofthe same onnimlttee irrailt lag permlaslon t<. Mrs. RdnaC. Davla to ereetaframa additlon ta houae No. -'-' north < .'iiimiiiis si reet Report ofthe Beme oommlttee reeom mending an appropriation of 1130 i"i paving I'iit street sinith ofKlng. Thel it V Auditois ;))iil City Tr.asur er's reports for the flMal year endlag liay 91,1910, Reports ofthe Clerk ofOasCitj rreaa iirerand Sujieriiitendent ofOaarorthaj tixcal vear eiiding May 81, 1810. Keport of the Committee on Lignt raeommendlng plaeingan electricjignt 00 the Slrand. hetween Kingand I'rmee atraata . ____ An ordinance to Ba ihe ? urh grades on Oronoco street fr..m Ufred to i atrlek. petition ot'K. W. King. Cetieral Man Agi-r of the VVashlngton, Alexandria and Mount Vernon Railway, askiug that tln company he Hiioweu to u?e piiots on their motor ears instead of fenders. Petition of Wm. Doarooud for permts sjoii to rebuiid a frnmc addition to lioii-e , Queen atr -et. Ordinance forHddiug tbe ade of nl! but peiishable or artlaloa ?>f neoesalt) ln Alexandria on Bunda rommnnieatloa from c. Lee afoore, :ii;iinir Auditor of I'.iiilie Aeeoanta, an nouncing the transmuaion of a check for >.Vm.'.r-. amount of capiCatioq tax re? turned to the city under the law. Ordinaiici: making il pntowful fur any f.crs.ni to loan money ;it a greatef rate baa si\ pereentum and asovldlagpen altv for violation ofl ReaolutlonapproprlatlnglfiOOforwhlte wasbing and repair* la the market house aml market coUlt Petition of the Reltanoe Bteern fire F.ngine Companj for pa|iering at then1 house and appropriatiag aag for tbe ptn> pose. The board then adJourned. J K N CURT1N, Prestdaat Teate: Unra_? H.'Tatoaraow, Clerk. i uMMoN COL'N* II. Ata regular meeting of the Common CoungU of the eity of Alexandria, Va,, held .lini. ?>. 1910, there were pieaant: llul.crt Snow.lcn. K-.| . Preaident and M. -si-s. Leadbeater, But<e, BriH.laaarler. Birrell. afonroe, Dellmutb, llarriw>ri, L'hlor, Marshall. Spink- and K\an-. The Finamc Committee recouiniend ed the pa.\ iiieni oi'hills from the Health Department for quarautiuedand infeet c.i persons in.inttng to flBasa*ra*f ttae report a a- adopted. The Atidltor a annual s: itement abow :i :- w it Ii which '.ie Treaaurer is pluirged and ihe ai.uit of u lrnwita ilraw n -.ii acoiinl of tlie depart meiits of Ihe .il.\ for Ibe Near clldillg Ma.V.'U, 1910, was rcei i\ ed. A reporl oftheCltj I rca-iiror abOWfUg a. .oi mi wiih tbe Corporation of A lexan ..?ncr.il I'lind) i'or tbe year rudlng 11, 1910, wa- received. I'inancc CommltUH* rccoininend e.i an appr.e >i for tbe Alcx andria Free Kindergarteo, aml ii p.'i s m as idopted aj .- t;. noea 0. The Committee on stnet- re*J0*BV niended au appropriatiorj offSOOao grade aml pave w 1th concrete the allej bound l .I bj Queen, I'rimc--. Paj nc aud Wesl slreei-. Uie work tO he d.'uie w hen tho proportj uwuer* depoail JfJ") and tbe eltj right of waj fova drralajBlpe from th.- :?iie\ to Queen Btreet, aml tne report wa- adopted a\ es |;i. imeso. The Committee on street- reeoaa nieiiiled an appropriation of Mo" lo lay arutter* in Franklin ratreet.between Fair bs aud Rojral treeta aml ImproTe the ruadwa.v. aiul Ihe reporl was :i< I. >|>l< ? 1 ajres 13, noea u. The Committee r?n street- reeflnt mended an appropriation or H30 tu pave I'ili Btreet, south of King street, and the reporl was adopted nyeal 8, noe ". The Committee un Ntreet* reeotn mendedan appropriation offSGO k> lay gutter* on Oronoco -ire-t. Iroin Alfred to Patrick street, and ihe rcp.ni WM adopted aj c- I :. no.- u The < 'ommitti.n Sl rect- n.nuieild ?d an appropriation of fl,4tU to Bjrade aml eoii-i rii.i a jr foot rnadtvaj of broken Btone wilh top trealni. ul of coal lar and revet ourba on Alfred Btreet, b*rtvre*aa Prince and Duke atreeta, tbe amount to be a> ailable wben 25eenta perllneal foot lor j ..I ihe properi v i- paid into Uie citv tr.i 11 r.\ aud ?: in. .-urli is fiirni-hod for % of the property bindlng on ~-1 i ? t street as a voluntarj eontrlbutlon of tbe cost, and tbe reporl araa adopted? part ofaj e* n. noe* 0 The joini Committee on Street* aml Pinanee recommended an appropriattoaa oi'*.i.i??> to eontlnue the.tbweel irunk sewci from lleiirx -liccl. north of (ain eron atreet to Queen atreet, aaavl ou Queen stroel Ui I'atriek ir<ci..iud nortfcv* waid ou Patrick -li. el. and the report. ua- adopted aj.- 10, noe* 0. (Mi Mar-hall. spinl.-md Snowden not vot The Committee on streeta reeommend ed that permi- ioii ln- granle.l lo C. .1. < 'Ulllllliligs lo Imild addil ioli at *I-.' ,'ilccii atreet; alao Cbajies Ewald frame dwelling at M north St. laaph Btreet; also s. J. Bmith to reahlngle rbof at IM Queen street; alao Auiiioii.N Brenner to reahlngle rooreal ? :'. north Pltl itreet; alao Mr-. Kdnai' Davia to erect frame batll room reaiof.'ll north Colimilui- street, and the reporl was adopted. TheC.Itteeon Ltkbl recororneiad ed thal an electrie llfbl be plaeed al the iiilci-.ction of Oreifii- aml Elobert' *J lej md the Sir.ind: the report wa a.iopied. A rc-olution appropriaiing |80 to paint frame work and tower of the Columbia enginebouaearaa reeommendedtu ihe Commitb.u Public Propertj aml paa* ed a\ e- 12, li.i. - ii. A petatton from ihe Keliance Bngfa* CO. MO, a. re.|Ue-liii- ui appropriatiuil forpapertng ihe Interior of the house waa reeeived and upon motion *:~> waa appropriated f<>r ihe purpoee ayei lt, IIOI'- e. Aii ordiiiam-e to fla the eini. grade* on i Iroiioco-lrc. l. from Alfred lo I'atriek street. wa- read three time*and pa ui ea 11 ii" A I'ctiiioii from \\ II 11am Deemond to rcl.iiil.l fr.imi addition r.aiof tOTQuaSM -tr.cl wa rcferred lo the < oiiiniiltec ou Btreet*. \ oornmunlcation from tbe vT., A. .t Mi. \. it\ (!o. requeatlng tbal thej be exeinpl from Uaing I'en.l.i- on i ueir mo tor eirs and appro^e tho pil6l ? ta ra ferred to the CommltU.n Ntrwts and I Iciicial I ,aw -. A readution bj Mr Birrell recrulating the -ai.' of |..i i-1. kbli '?"i and other neceaaltiee on tbe sii.i.aiii dny, sva* i*e I'crrci io the Committee >>.ineral Laara. A rc-oiuiioii bj Mr. Birrell toregtilatt) the hii-iiic-- oi mone) letadera aml li.x ing the rate of interest, was rcferred to the i loinmittee on < leneral Laa -. A reeolution bi Mr.Ilellmiith topalnl aml whiiewa-h the Interior of the Nlarket building and repairabed*in thecouatry market and li-h benehea, was rcferred to the Commisaioner* of tlie Ninklnaj Fund. A ...miiiiuiieat lon from the A mliior ,.i Public Accounts incloaing eheek for in pitj in. ni ..f th.- capitation tax due the city, waa received aud referred io the Committee on FInanee. A raporl of John R Waller, Clerk of fjas, sbowlng operations of theC'itj fJaa Work-. for the year ending M i\ 11,1910, was reoehed. \ re|?orl from r. \\ l.iiiham. Biiperintcndant of Oan, for the Bscal year ending Maj 31,1910, waare eehcil, illl.l il repoii Irolll Tllo- W, Itoli inson. City Treasurer, Inaceounl with the Citj (Jas Worka for the year ending M.i> 31, |oio, was received. I'he i..:iril then adiourned. Hl m i; i s\o\\ ni \ Preaident Ti.-i i : I' \ v H L I! Bl IXMBI B1 .< l.-rk ( ('. VIKfilM \ NKW'S. ii ii Rumbte, ..I N.-ifoik, will today be Bominatad aa the repui.lican candi? date for Congreaa in tbe Seeoud Vir ginia district. i 8. Thomaa, wbo for the paat faai has baen State Bupervisor of ntral elementary achoojs, under the Peabodv hindhaa, tendered his resignataoa,which i\.is aecapted Carda ai." announcing themar? riage of James l.udwell l.ake. of I'p perville. aon of l?r. .1. B. Lake, <>f il.it place, aud Miss Virginia Prudence Caldwell, "f Fauquier The marriage of Miaa Ana Fontaine M.iury t" Oajear Roberl Tb/avei f Lodore, Powhatan eounty, t""k place yesterday al Redi.it, tbe country bome "f tbe bride'a nnde, Beoben Ifaary, aetw tbe I arreraity "f Vir? ginia. The Si.iie Board Of Kdmntion |a-? uightelected Profeaaor A. II chamller, jr., primipal of Hpringlield sehool, of Ki'liinond, a membei of iba Btatt Board of Bzamim i - Be -ucceeds Pr..f. -oi E II Kussell, re? signed. The newiy oraated atate hu cotBaataa* sion, coni|)?.?ed of (iovernor Manti, Lieuteiiant Governor Bllyaon, S|ieakcr ofthe Houae Byrd, Senator Eaaaall, Congreaaman Bowmaa and Judae Prentia, ar the orgardzatton meeting held in Richnioml yesterday at the governor's olli. c-. I.-. red l?r Dooglaa (J. IVeetiiiin. of Kiehrnond. tj the ex parl lliemiier of the mniniJaWaVwi The r of taxatfoa in general was taken up and tbrougbly diacvaaed, aithough. nothing detiiiitr was done ??l.uck)" ItalilMlii's Kaute, Aocompanied by her mother, Ifra. Lillian A. Turnhull. Miss Beatriee Aniia I'.iildwiii Turnhull, a lmyear-oi.l aohboJ girl, will leave Boaftoa f"r Uaj Angeles sViturilay tO -t:irt a lagal l.attle for a share of the 111,000,000 eataftj. left hy "Lucky B.ildwm, the turfman. Mias Turnhull, according to her attorneys. claims to be the daughter <.f Haldwin. She was born Dacambaf 7. 1m'.?3 in, L'.s Angajaf, where her mother, then Lillian Ashley, waa livii g aj the wife. Dj Ha'dwui,