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MONDAY BVBNINO. HKPT. 12 "iNJiUSi'KIAi. W\i:' i- the captiot. undcr wbicb tln- l.oiidoti newapapera ,xp|..it tbe Mtuation wbicb baa siid denly nriseii m th. principal C uten ol Hritisb industty. CSiaoa ia a corred i|iiiip<inn of the effed that will be produced in the relation of capital and labor iu Englaod if the newattitude aa HUined by trad-s unioiiiMii i- poi in. One of tbe principal uniona haa deliUrat.ly voted a repudiation ?1 the sanctity of contricta and in favor of their open \iolattoii of pledgOB. Inci dently, tbey bav.- overthrown their own leadera and defied diaciplioe. It i? not to l.e wondered tbal Ihe Britisli public is sceking to lind an explanation Of tbis aniii/mg siluatioii. Wbal nicans tbey aak, tbis suddcii moral dWaaaentenl of a largc section of P.nli-h woiktncii. who openly made .-olcniii agrcerucnU and thcnviolatctbcm at wilM All OVt-r Engliind tliere appeara al the preaenl inoincnt lo be a i.ditibn ol unresi aiuoiig tbe wage-cMrniiiL' plaaset wbicb may sertotisly unperil tbe whole trade unioti organizatioti. It ia believed by many to be doe to tbe tocialiat pro paganda. The aaeenoe of tbat propa gaada ia preaching the doctrine oi ilisconteiit. Tbe BOcialista tcacb tbat a capitabst ia an eiicmy witli'Vliom there sbuuldpe no parleying and for whom tbere sbouM be no quarter. Al tbe same time tbey bave efJODUragod ihe idea tbat tradc untonunu on tbe old lines is a playcd oul farce aud thal wage-earners niiist look Mtcluaively to political action lo improve their poai tion. A combioatii.fthese two doc trines may eaaily produee a Iceling tbat workmen ougbl to display thoir strengtb at every poaaible opportunity, and tbat it doe* nol much matter i( trade unionisni ia thereby deatroyed. It ia not eurprising thal all Britisli -< - curities are depreeaed and thi general opimon ia that tbe outlook foi Britisli industty i- tbe gloomic-t thal il has baeo for many yeara, In iiiK neai Inture the Tr< |?e|.:irtment will make anothi duetion ..f na expenaea by ulipping off the expreaa chargea on bauk notea aent from the Chicago and 81 Louia sub-treasurv, lo Waabingti ? struction. This will bedone bj inatall ing maehuies >.f the aame type usctl with snvh -ii..-.- in the sub treasury in New Y.uk. Woiu out bank noh - will then be canceled in the sub treas uries instead of ai Washington, lieing forwardedto tbebUter city by rcgistered mail aftei raneelation. Tbe govern ineiit eoiitraet with Ihe United Btate* Kipreaa Company compels nll ship meiits of niotiey over the company S liues. Bven ifthe governmenl cl.sea to tranafer money rrom one point t>. another by mail, or lelegraph, the terms of the eontraet require the tiaaaurj to pay the aame chargea at if th.- money bad gone by expreaa. Caiueled bank notea are nol regardcd ;i? money. ^^_________ l_0_ Ujx.n the heels of the ladical *hakcup in the ruik- of bank exam iners, by'which'tW* -nt\ men on Thuradaj *ere ahifted to new Rekla, ?Comntrollei Of the Cuireiiey Muir.iy OTI Satiird.i\ aiinouneed that he would make a per aonal invc?lig:ttioii ol eondition- iu all .xainiiiatioii distriets. ln deciding up OO this eoiirse of aeti.-n the oomptroller in a staU-meiit|idilies-ed to evimiiiers said In ehnoat every caae <>f a national bank failure sinee 1 have been oomp iroUer the inaohreney could have been avertcd had the national bank exam iner deterniined the true ,-oiidiMoii and reported hia findinga in time for me to foiee a eorrection in th.- adminiatration of the bank affairs. Cond.-miiiiig the excuaea by bank ea Hinmers in virtually every .as, . Mi Matrray said he had been compelled to nndeclake a peraonal examiiiation ol conditiotm in every d'striet. so Bl to aa eertain at tirst band why an examinei is uuable to diseover impending dk MHter in the affairs of a bank. Pbksidfnt jAsoe, of the Pennayl vania Banketa1 Aaaociation, in bh rapcemg a<klnea before the annnal i-onvention of tbat body at Bedford Springs, Pa.. last week, said "lt isi. beboped that some time within th. present era the limelight and the braw band and the political dancing ?'?? may wcary and _Banooar, and states manship may again reeume wbere Mc Kinley dropped tho mantle." And each mind reoaUed the naaae ol B velt and all sang llallelujah. Robtx-ii ?t 'ewetry, MaMatnaBaet, Ma-.. Bept. 12.?Tbeit fummor bomea ben looted bj lars, Mrs. A. L Dekoven, of Chicago, and Mrs. A. W. Rlake. of BoBtoa, an today mouriiing the kaa of more tba $10,000 in gems and jewelry, nlong the ahoraa of Bouard'a Bay are on the lookout for oBOtot boat pi rates wbo are crfdM U'itb l'?o J?.b I I.OM WASHiyfcrTON. p?inlei..-e..f Alexandria Oasettol Tbe lir-' rtireci move ia eetabliahing tb-po-'a Ba'ing? -ervice waa] taken - . ictary of the treai upon th ? requeel ol tbe Postoffiee Department, o dered tbe Bureaa ofEn , _. to 1,500 <?m) poatal aarinaja cards, deaigned to eraoowrage tbrift n ongchildren. Each card will be sold witb aetamp OO il and will bave a face value of tencenta. Tban will be room f,,r nine otber ten-eenl etampa an i when the card ia LUted, it will 1 , pted as a d.po.it of one dollar at any postal aavinga bank. Tbe cards will be iaaued to tbe variooa postal aavinga banka in packageaoi one bonfJred each and will beready for circulation assoon lin.,1 plaus for tbe new , system William Wetta Whitloek, seoond lieutenanl in the PhilippineB conatabu lary waa drowned Baturday in the Reno River, Rolalea, Island of Lsiaon, arcording lo a cablegram received at ihe W:ii Departmenl today from tbe -,,, Qeneral <>f tbe laland. Wbit lock livfld in Brooklyn and was at the ? une of Ins appointnicnt ii member of the National Guard <?f tbe state of New York. Hc waa appbmted to the . oiislabiilarv iu 1908. Hhief Engineer Qoethals in a cable i n, tbe Istbmian Oanal Oom ion loday reported thal tbe ea (?avation reeordtor Auguat waa 2,818. l<;2 rubic yard-, an increase of more tban 100,000over the piwious month. During aiigust 146,558 cubic yarda of eoncretc waa laid and 662,514 cubic yards were pteced at dame, [liglter tariff on table board awaita tbe returning statesinen in Waabingtpn thia winter, according to the aaaertiona ,,f hotel keepera today. Deapitetbe findiiiga of the aenatorial oommittee which inveatigated Ihe bigh cost ol living so claborale last winter, thc rxpense of existenoe in thii ,ity i- groater tban cver before. Tln beel beol aloaka now sell al from 28 to ntH pei pound. Preah pork is re tailed at 28 oenta, Prime rlb roaata bring from 18to22centa. Lamboosta from 20 io 85 centa a pound. Egf* go all tbe way from 28 to 45ce_toado*en. Vogotablea bave aoW bigber tbis fall than ever before. All dealera predicl stcady riaea from now on. Hotela aud boardinghouaeakepl their prices on Ihe idd Btandard laal year,"aaid a hotel man today, "bul it looka like we will have io move tbem np ,0 meaji the . if we are going lo paj pensea thia winter. Ormgreaa aeemed to .rince itself?ao far aa Benatoi IxMlge'a rcpori went- that the tariff waan'l to blame. I'm afrald tbe al men will bave lo etand for a bigber tariff on table board tbis winter, wbat ever the cauac may be. " The <|iicsti(.f enlarging tbe army .ler thal tbe country may be i ii]. a suitable defenaive baaia will bc lottghl oul to a linish at tbe 'ortbeoming Beasion ol Congreaa. Th s i> the pcomiae made today by advo , n?- ol the plan. Tbe baaria of tbe figbl will be tbe reporl ol tbe general siaff in reeponaeto the reaolution intro duccd by Repreeentative BfcLachlan ol California callingfor aatatement of the proparcdnesa of the country for war, particularly on tbe Padnccoaat Tbis uilijeet ia no* abaorbing theattention ,,f tbe general ataff. [ndycatiooa are thal Ute rcpori will contaln revelationa which will be a ahock even to the moet l>acifio of tlie anli-niilitaiists. It is tbe .f tbe staff to make tbe re 'l aa poaaible. All dctaila which can be made publie, exceptthoae whicli an- esseiitially tnilitury sccrets. will be embodted in the report An appondix, oontaining conndential in rormation for the' use ol Congreai alone, will accompany it. In a gene? ral way the report will ahow that tbe .le'cnsive position ol the country is ex tremely weak, especially on the Paciflc coaat. Arrivals al Queenatown ol more tban 17,000 ol Americans during the prea? enl aeaaon is pointed oul aa one indi ration ol tlie Iriah bome going move n'leiit. KranciaJ. Kilkemmy, founder ,,f tbe movemenl and preaidenl ol the HomeOoing Aaaociation returned to? day from a tour of tbe island. Kil? kemmy waa cordially weleomed on all parta or the ialand. Ile waa given a royal weloome by Ihe Lord llayor ol Dublin. Ib- urged tbe people to make the home going an annual cveiit. The otli.es of the departmenl of i were ciosed from I0;8fl lo one , , luck today on accounl of tbe fun , ,al ol the late Bolicitor J. W. Bowera, which was Ie ld in Boaton. Thniy membera of tbe National Aa omtion ol Huperviiior, ol state Banka atteiided the ninth annual convention ol Ihe orpaniwition in the offlce of tbe comptrollei ol Ihe currency In tbe Treasurv buildinga loday. BtaJe Oomp troller Clark Williams, ol New x*ork, i. ,! I.av.icitce (?. Miinay coni , trolb ? p tbe i urrency made an ad . ii operation between .late .iii.l |national bank examincrs ? \pe,ie,l io reaull from the meeting. Clark \\ llli MiK "i New York. presided tt tbe im- t ie-' and weleomed thesug ni. , i Murnty. Tlie w?mptrollerof ui ree.\ ileelared Ibal HiN country has ih.- greatest volume ofbanklug lawa woi ld and asserted hi* bellef tbat ni. ne e tori resulta :i.btalned maln lj iM-e.-m-e of weak enforeementofthe 4tal. \n aiii.iix ii eharging thal "upon the ralse oi.l fraiiduleni nretention thal she wa- a medium," Mm Laura K. < "nuner.a h-rk in the state dement induoed blm to give her auma of eash aggregating -iii.onn was flled l>y Penton .1. Hnrd. an enarian, or Ureenwlyb, Conn., in ihe Supreme Oourt ofthc Dlstrlet today, Repalra are progreaaing rapldly <ui tbe nreadnaugbt North Dakota and all the men Injured In the aoeldenl of last Thuradaj are exoeeted to reeovi eordlng io n report made bv idmiral ?M-hroederto tbe NaVJ 1 >epa11im. nt to rarget p.aotlee or tbe Atlantic loet, which ?as to have beguntoday, postponed on account of rough i [t is expected that the North ta will go OUl witb ler division for the praeiice aa won aa the weatkar tm* provea Preaident Tafl bas refused tonardon l.dward Boyle, -lolm Co.vle. P. J. Il.n and Tbomas Keboe, augar re,.ivicted of partieipation In ar frauds. They are serviog a ,-earin the BlaokweHa Island i)eniten tblrd annual convention of the \ tlonal Assoeiatlon of Building Maa i jera opened hcrc today. Roitc Acrsasj the Centtaeat, New York, Bept 11.? After riding from San Francisco to tbis city on i motot cyi-lc in twenty-cight days and hree boura, William streiff. ol 8an took a apin down to 8t. Jamee, L I.. al doob t day aud pre scnted to llayor Qayaot a Ktter from >hCartiiy, of San Francisco. KM.LAMl'S LABQB CMSIS. A <;eneral Stnki ol a Million aiut Half of Worklngmen luimiiient. London, Sept. 12.?I>espiie the promised arbitration ol the bofler makers'lockout and tlu- ilitlieultie- ol the Qreat Worthtrn Bailway, the big rkbor congress that bogu.s at Shettield today U expected lo demand b ehange iu the Knglish law that will permit labor unions u> levy ? tai for tbe aap port of labor reprcaenUtivee in pariia ment. If granted, tbe law promiaa lo be a aeoond "magna rharta'' to laboring Kngland. Trade iinioniau bave already lK-gun a campaign to foree the desired ehange in the law. The n.-xt pr.dicted atep will be a deliance of the eoiirls. nee. - sarily followed by ihe ontlawing <>f the unions aa wfolntionai y Bocietiea. This will meanseerei meelings. polioa raids and the wholesale impi isoiiment ol union ollieials. Then will beeome a general atrike, nearly 1,600,4.mem hers of the 15,") unions in Kngiand. If that strike ean bfl seltled without trouble on a s<-ale ealeiilaled t<> shake thegovernment, it vsill aurprieeevery body. The only way to pr.veiit this developmcllt will be for the goVelll inent to Burrender, of which there ia little likeihood. About a year BgO Wm. II. Osho'lie. a ineinber ofthe Amalg nnaled Boctety of Railway Bervants, epplied fot an injunetion restiaining his union from assessing him one shilling a year for the labor party's campaign ehesi. The injunetion was granted The union appealed until it reaehed tbe House of Lords. At everv stage the injunetion was sustained Tluse in junetions meant death lo the labor party. Itcoateal least 16,000 to conteet a seat in parlianieiit. the membera ol whieh are unpakl. Obvioualy it is im possible for a working mantufind Ihe funds for an eleetion conteet, <>r t<> devote his time lo legialative mattera without linaneial aaaiatanoe. BhefBeld, bept, 12.?Notbing lew than the return to the tax-levying |.rivileg-s enjoved before the adverse deeision in tbe William II. Oeborne case will satasfy Bngliafa labor unions, declared President J. Haalam today at the opening <>f the labor congresa "No comproroiae will i?aceeptable,' Haalam oontinned. The propoaal to pay membera of Parltamenl s aalary ia all' right as hr as it goes, bnl we still demand the right lo levy Bjaeaamentf t.. defray ihe political expenaea of our roprceentativea in Parliament, which righl was taken from us by the I > bome deeision," Today'i ooogreaa ia one of the moat largely attended in the biatoay of the Engliafa labor moverocnt, due to th fact that union labor ia facinsj a more threatening ajtuatinn tlian ever before Seellolial BtrikeS Were eoliileinlled hv President Haalam. An unidentifled delegate created ;i acene today by ob jecting lo the address ?.f welcome by l.ord Mayor Karl Fitzwilliaiii, who. the delegate doclared.is an enemy >.f labor. >la?lis..n V4ill >?t Attend Mt-rllng. Dodge City. Kans., Sept. 12. Rep reaentative B. II. Madison baa no in tei.tion of attending the meeting of the Baliinger-Pincbol inveatigation committee, in Chicago, Madiaon, who arrived here late last highl from Minneapolia, inaiata an) action taken in Chicago will be irregular. "lt is signiti. ant," said Madison, "that thesecretery ofthe committee attended and made full niiniites ol our work in Minneapolia, Ahw bear in inin.l the chairman rulod thal al thougli we had iu. power todo anything elae, we did bave power lo adjourn. W.-ll. we adopted a report and ad? journed until December ;i. The action of tbe oppoaing membera was unjuat and unparliamentary," Chicago, Bept, 12. -Three pro-Ballin ger membera <>f tbe congreaaional in vestigating committee are in (%tcagn today to make a repoH for atand pal end of the committee tomorrow. It i expected a report acquitting Ballingei of tbe cbargea bronghl by L B, Qlavis will be adopted. Last week, al Minne[ apolia, the minoritj wing <>f Ihe com nuttee adopted a reporl cenauring Ballinger. Those now in Chicago an- Senator Sutheiland. of I'lah; Itepreseiitative Denby, ol Michigan, and Repreaenta tive oltn-ted of I'eiuia. Benatora Nel son of Minneaota, and Root >.f Nea York. and Repreaentative McCall <>f Uaaaachuaetta will reach bere tonigbt, The (baeler Caae. New York, Sept. 12. Because hb < li, nt, Roberl W. Cbaii|er, ia in a "bighly aervona atate," 4ttorney Bid ue] llam-. rounsel for Mme. Lina Cavalieri'a huaband, refused today t>. perniit Chanler lo be interviewed. Hi adinitted, bowever, thal there ia a niia underatanding between tbe singer and her huaband and thal Chanler ia anxioua thal Ihe pre nupiial agreement besigned transferring hi^ fortune to! his wife. be k.pt. Challler's relativt .iiedeterinineil, it is -ai.l, that ii-.iie of the fortune sball g.- to the llalian singer. Boaton, Sept |2. should it prove Irue that Lina Cavalieri-Chanler baa ennexed ber busband'i antire inooroa and offered bim bnl *"> a week to live on. she is |0 feel BoStOO'fl dtspleasure. The report of her f.tniily ditlieulti.-. added |0 by the story thal she BOO-pted Bttentiona from Prince Bolgorruki, has had adisturbing effed nponthe pow.-rs that COOtrol the BoatOO Opera Com? pany. Lina is under cotitraet to sing here next seasoii, but it is undeistood 8 eablegram has been sent her ln Paria telling her that if the report of her s.p aration is true, her contraet will be can eelled. Arrjitent to AiitomohUM-. La Crosse, Wis. Sept. 12.?Mr* Robert B. McCoy, sndQeorgs Beabe, Mrs Beebe, Barry Kurtzman and Col. McCoy vetesartoosry injnrad today as ttie result of the McCoy autoinobile plunging over B high einbankment in lotbe La Orossa river. Two children of McCoy cseaped unhurt. M Coy is a member of tbe national rifle board and county jugde. Tohn E. Seanlon. generally known by bis pen name, "Walt Mason," a popolar inaga7ine writer and artist. mal found dead yesterday in Philadel? phia in his studio, under ciiennwl that indieated suioide by drinking laudanum. When discovered hi< body waa ao badly decomposed as to land the police to believe that he died sev era) days or a week ago, f_eCHipoa? _eieve Triai. Ix.ndon, Sept, 12. -I.-cni-e an un deriaker and a morgu I keepcr w.-n colilpclled to ll-e cllotlloilS -p'atlt itle of t_lboKe a?-id to conntcract tbe odora of iiecaying fleab ffl BBOVWJg (he body found in the cellar of I?r. Crippen's bouee, tbe acqafeaal of Dr. Et, ll Crippen, aocused of tf* atanrder. of hia wife may 08 loroed. When the inqoeel over the body ? lakcn from tbe Crippen eeUai waa n lenmcd, Attorney Artbnt Newton, COaneel for Crippen and tbe b-iievc Igirl, grilled tbe nnd ataker and nior i gtM keepcr, who look cbarge of tln body, witb a Berba of ahftrp ojoea Itiona. He tried to sbow tbat tbey Iabovt4ed the remaina iato a box, tak |ing little eareto ke-p dirt and stoncs Mcparate. Both men denied tbis aaying [there aati neitber atonea nor dirt iu tbe , collin wbcti it WM taken tothe inorgue. They adniitteil, however. tbat thenwa a great deal of carbotic add, aud aaid tbey b tl to use it in ordsr to approaofa wbere tbe body was Iniried. It waa plain from tbe qaeetfpaaNew t,,n put to tbeae two witneaaea that be hopea loileniotistraletbat Ihe lestinioiiv nf tbe ehi ini-ts tbat byoscin poisoning i tbe death of tbe penoa arhoae body was taken from tbe Crippen cellar. was a coiiclusioii tbat could not bave been icacbi d by 80 analysis. He anparetitlv was laying tbe fouudatioii p. impeaCB any pOKtbilrty tbat a sati factory analysis could bave taken place and lo sbow tbat ihe carbolic acid used ruined tbe body for tbe purpoaeea of analyaia. Ilnsliaiid aml Wife Found lleail. Pluladelpbia, Sept. 12.?With tbe discoviiy of tbe bodies of Harrv Bchlenz and bia wifc Ifartfta in their squalid bome bere loday another inur der and suicide was micovercd, tbe ijxtb t.-cupy tbe attetition of tbe police during tbe last month. Tbe body of tbe wonian, wilh a bul let woiind tbrougfa tbe roof of ber inoiitb, another tbrOugh ber temple and In-r hean cnaabed, was found m tbe lloor, wbile tbat of ber busbaiid iay atretebed acroaa a bad witb two bullets througfa hia bead. A revolver, with f.ur empty cbainbcrs, was tigblly eliitcbed in bis band. There were many evidences of a fearfnl struggle. Broken chaira littered tbe rooms. Tbe couple badbeeq rnsrriad but a)a moath and were known i<> bave frequeol l|uar rcls. I'liiicral ol I.IomI t>. Ilimn-, Boaton. Bepi 12. - With Preaidenl Taft aa one of the boaorary pall bear ers. funeral aorvicee over tbe body of Lloyd Wheaton Bowera, late aobottoi general oftbe United Statea, w<-rc held bere today nt tbe Hotel Toureine, wbere Mr. Bowera died on Priday last. Tln ?ervicea were private and interinetit will be made iii tbe familv hurying ground al Weatfteld, Conn. Beaidea Preaidenl Tgft, tbe bonorary pall bearera were Jnattee Olifer Wen dell Holnies. of ihe I'n HI Ptalei Bo pie.Court; K l>. Ilurlbiirt. Chicago; Otia II. Waldo, Cbioaffo; Tl.taa B Marston, Chicago; John Haya Ham .nd. Washington; Jamea Byrne, New York, aud Uobert lireer Moiiroc, New York. I In \< rldent at thc Hergen t'ut Tuniul. Jeraay City, Sept 12.- ^bobgh I large wrecking crew armed with atearn ahovela haa been tearing at tbe heap for dcbris for many Imurs, no ad ditioiial bodiea bad been recovered up to rn. from tbe Bergen Chi tunnel. tbe oollapae of whlefa ycsterday causcd thc death of twelve men. Teii scriously injured are in thc |lOS]>ita|a today and il is bclieved at lea.-t two of tbeaa will die. One addi tiotiil death OCOurred early thia inorn ing, Today'a aearch is being prcse cuted despite tln- expreased beliel of the railroad offlciab that all of iIu work men have been accounted for. S.-veral additiotial aire-ts on cbargei of crimiual iicgligeiicc are expeeted today. Qeorge idass, foreman of the gang, is already a prieooer al Bt Francia' Hoapital ,under|a nMpabMiaJh Icr cbarge. Reaaed i>> ItaaaUta, Pougfakeepaie, N. Y., Sept. 12. Ma-ke.i bandita, working witb a free dom of nianner that would bave doiie ,les-e Jamea and hia band proud, today held up three proiiiinciii Pougbkeepaie rcsidelits al the pomt of revolvcrs, and strippcd them of jewelry, |190 in eaab and valual.le papers. That they were prepared to add murder to thc robbery Waa made plain whe;i one of them tircd two abotl at one of the autoisls who resisted being tearched, maariag him aimply becauM be atumbled and loat In- balance. This liold-up early today is thc latcst of nearly a apore <>f siniilar criincs, a following so elosely thc holdtip and murder of a brickyard cashicr and bis driver a week ago, leada thc police lo Itelieve an organized hand is at work. Peebebfe Myrder. North Tonawanda, N. Y., Bept. 12 What tln- police beiieve to be a infir ? h-r wa- naoovered bere todayahen the headleas, nude bedy of a wonian fta* dragged from Ihe Niagara rivcr. Ta< body cvidelitly bad been ill the water eboQl thtee niotiths. Kvery possihle cluetothe ideatityol tnevomaabad been removed. Thefael that tbe bead i< mbniaji, baa led the police to tbe theory tbat the woman was murdered, and her body tluown ihtO tbe river. Two Mea Kiiied. Intlianapolis, IndL, Hept. 12.?A wreck in wbicfa two trainnien were killed and two -erioti-ly injured wbile II otbei ajaraona raoeived minor in juries, OCCUrred a half tnile east of the subtirbof BrightWOOd this morning. \ Bbj Four train struck a special from J.oiiisvillc carrying the First Kentueky regiment to the army manoenyraa at Fort B<-njaniin Har riwo. Tbe wreck was causcd by an Opi ii -witch. The Msinc- i:it-rtion. Portland, Me., Sept. 12.? With an eiiormous vote lieing cast during tbe early hours of the day, tbe result of to I i\ - state clectiuti is very inucb in doubt. Republican it-adcrs unite in ?aytng their ticket is in no danger, that Gtoveroor Bert M. Fernald will be re eleeted and that each of tbe four con oaal diatricaj will return a repub? lican. Fernald e_aao_ election by be? tween 4.CHX) and 5,000 plurality. eriek W. Plaisted, the democratic t indidatt, predicted his own election to? day by more tban 5,000, NEWS OFTHE DAY. Mr. Roosevelt arrived home yester day from his tripof6,00Q miles through 16 Stat. a Both republicans and democratfl claiin to be contideiit of winning in the Maine eleetion tomorrow. President Taft yesterday ealled 081 Justiee Moo.lv it Magnolia. The jiim tiee has already annownced hia inten tion of retiring frouj ths Bupreroe bencfa. I.iners whieh left liritish porta 041 Baturday lor tbe United Btate* carried hetweeii six thoiis ind and seven thoii -ai.d pa-s.-iigei-. Many Well-lodo \nieriealis Were obliged to travel iu the ?teeraee. The Cniversity of Cambridge h.-. ojaired th>- eopyrighl <>f tbe Rneyclo paedia Britannicn, and is aU.iit to puh lisli, at the Cniversity I'ress. an en tirely new (eleventh) c.lition of this well-known work. The population of Boston is 670,686, an inerease of 109,698, compared with 560,892 iu 1900. Boston is still the tifth Aineriean eity. A deeade ago St l.ouis outraiiked Boston hy 14..'!4ii, and the present cenena leaveaBt Louis still ahead by 16,444. It was announced at Managua on Salur.lay that the last artnedoppositioti to ihe neu rt-gime iiiuh-r (ieneral Ks ? tieila bad ceased with the aurrender of Jrlt-ueral Pernando Rivas, with one Ihousand men and eleven cannon. The New York "Old Guard" will, it :? reported, Dutkecertahi eoneeasaons t<? Roosevelt in tlu- republican state con ventioii for barmony sakc, thoiigh the'e is talk of the colonel's friends trying to atampede tlu- conventiou for his noininatioii for governor. Gold bullion valued Bt $67,600, part of a eonsignmeiit of $170,(KHl from tlu vVaahington-Alaaka Bank of Pairfaaaks, to the Dexter-Hortoo National Bank of Beattle, on the Bteamahip Humboldt, was stolen in transit. Lead w IS sub itituted in Ihe strong l>ox that eon lained it. The stolen gold weighcd 260 pounds. Prank A. Day, chalnnan <>f tbe Mtnnesnta deiuocratk state central com? mittee, on Baturday made publie. John l.ind's fornial resignatio'i as denio eiatie noniinee for governor of Minuc ota. Mr. I.ind was iiominated OTW his emphatie protest. The -la). e.n tml committee willmeel nextTborsday and till tlu- vaeaney on ihe tieket. At Last nine laborers were killed out right yesterday and 1(1 others iii jured. one of them entuallv and all of them ssriously, In tbe colbtpse ..f an overhanging shoulder of r.M-k from al.o\e the westeril lliouth of the old Erie tunnel under Bergen ilill. eon tiecting the Rrie terminal in Jereay Oity with its weatward diviatona. Tbe collapae was directly beneatb tbe edge of tbe Hudaon Boulevard, whieh al that point 11? i? ? along tbe inner line ol llerg.ii Ilill. and thottgfa the actual slip was oui of sight of the boiiday crowds thoiisands liued the boulevard all the aft.-'iiooii, peering do\Mi al the work of removal. A t.rse note of resignatiou from the Ilaniilloii Clnli of whieh he had been ineiuher many years, was th.- answv made in Chicago on Baturday by United States Senator Wiliam Lorimer to tbe aCtion of the elub president, .lobn II. Batleti, in withdrawing his invitation to the Roosevelt banqnel Thuraday night. The invitation was withdrawn at th.- demand of Mr. Roosevelt, wbo refused to attend a banquet at whieh Senator l/iriiner WM B gUOBt. Later it was rjecioed by Mr, Lorimer'i frienda to aecept the resignation, IH'.ATH Of MK*. HIM AN. At her home, Liburnuin, near Hieh mond, yesterday, Mrs. Isabel Stewart Bryan, sridow <?f Joaeph Bryan, wh. was proprietor .<f tbe RichrooodTimes fjtapatch, died in tbe sixty-f.tti year of her age. Mrs. Bryan B_ proini iM-nt and BCtive in philaiithropie an.l patriotic worka, baving bet n one of tbe foiin.leis of tbe Associated Cbaritiee, president of the ASBOChttion for tlu Preaervation <>f Virginia Antiquities, tlu- Oonfederate Memorial Uterary Bo? ctety, the Belle Bryan Day Nursery, and other organi/.atioiis, and foonder and tirst president of the Woman's Christian Association in Riehmond. Among her recenl benefaotiona was the pres.-ntatioii of a siiburban park to the eity of Riehmond, in which gift she was joined by her Bve sons, John stew? art, Dr. Robert Conher, Jonatban J, st. tieorge and Thomas Pmekney. John Stewart Bryan is prt-sideiil of the I itnes Dispateh Company. Mrs. Bryan ilso receiuiy presentad a bronse Btatoe ..f Capi Smitli for ereeti.ui at .laiin-s 'own. _ TiKi.n ok Koosr.t i:i;r. Mr Ilerinan Hidder, who returned to New York yesterday from a lonr .uoliths' tour ofthe eonlineiit, ehielly hy autoinobile, said be was glad thal Mavoi Qaynor had reeovered, aa be lltfpuded the mayoi as the stronge.st andU-st i-an.lidaie for the democratk noininatioii for governor that might (?? iu. ntioti.-d. "I believe," said Mr. Kidder, "that iflhe inayor is nominated for governor, be will be eleeted, and I alao believe he will drive out the political oor ruptiooiats and sinash the republiean machine. If be is eleeted governor he will be the logieal eandidate of Iha demicratk party for president in 1912, "The national issue in tho next cam? paign will be the tarift. If the demo arats dedari for a tariff lased on the difference in wages reesived by the work ing men here and abroad tlu party will be vi.torious." Mr. Ridder eatpresssd Borprise at the popularity of Roosevelt, and declared frankly that ho did not like tho eolonol and his mcthods. ud: "By his wild talk Mr, velt is underniining the i denee pf Ibe bosineaj community of ihe country and of the world, and tbe longcr he koeps at it the paore harm the will do. His attaek on the judiciary is practi-'ally a propositioti in favor of mob law. He is so in tlatcd by tlie various reeeptioris ac corded to him and the general hurrah in which her has existcd and is i-vi-t ing that he has lost all idea of reason ing." M| Edgar C. Fosburgh, of Norfolk, one of the l*st known iumbermen of tlu country, died at the Lake Placid Club, Eaaex county, N. Y., ]?'?? Baturday af ternoon. viimixrA news. Qoeoraor Mann baaappointed Itaa Mary Fletcbcr, of Oharlotlesville, a member of the State Iloard of Kxami? ners of gradnate aaraaa, for a tenn of tive year, einling .lune 4, 1916, MUs Fletcbcr suceeeda Mrs. Laafa de Laacy Banger, of Potlaarmrlh. arhoaa tenn of otlice haa expircd. It was stated in Norfolk last night among tboae who are beading tbe lemoeratu uisii i -geiicy that William A. .loiies. lepresenlalive in CoBgraaa from the First Virginia district. would oppoee TbomaaB. Martin lor tbe United Stales Scnate when tbe senator 008888 ,ip for reclcction. "Thc POOe of the Kneharist" will be the title by wbicb Piua X will be known in bistoiy I Ie has approved a decree comnsaading all Cathobca to receive eoininiinioii. at least at KasUr. Hc baa deotded tbat children should be propared for and should receive coin munioii at the age of 7 years. The enpagement is announced of Miss Peaoby Ghuooigne Lyne,daugbter of Mrs. William H -jrna, ol near OrangetoMr. \'.Kandol|?liShackelford, also of Orange. Mr. Sbackelford is a -on of Judge aud Mrs. (ieorge Shackcl ford, and a gradnate of the Onivereity of Virginia. Thc wvdding will take place m thc early fall. Lother BaJyer, a young son of Henry Baryar, of Nkkelaville, Bcotl county. was killcd by lightning Salur day in a building where be and two otber boya went for sbelter. Tbe build? ing caugbt tireaild was destroyed, and but for Salyei's conipanions bis body would bave been cretnated. After run? ning from tbe building tbey returned and earried the body of their coiupan ioii out, altboiigb tbe llamcs were fasl eoiisiiming thc building. in wbicb a quauttty of bay was stored. John A. Maddox, :i">, inanagcr of the R. A. Pattcrson Tobacco Company of Riehmond, and one of the moal pojuilar young men of Oharlottesville, died, after a scveu weeka' illneaa, of typhoid fever, oontraeted, it is believed, while be was at Ihe Oetlysburg cii campment with tbe loeal muitary com? pany, thc IfonticeUo Quard, of wbicb he was tirst liciiletiant. Mr. LCtddox Waa the son of H. K. Maddox, of War? renton. Only Ihe limely arrival of a rain storin prevented thc deatruction of tbe resideiiee of Heiijaiiiin L Purccll, deputy state food and datry commb> sioiier. near Olcii All.ti. Friday after ooon. A- it wa- three hajge bam--. two atocked with food and fann im pleineiils. and the third uscd for dairy piirpo-es. lilled Witb e\pclisive ina chinery, were raxed to the ground by the llaoies. The loss will reach Well into the thouaanda. One of tbe lioldest burgbuiea ever perpetrated in Darby, Pa.. waacom mitted abortly before midnight Batur? day night, when deaperadoea broke in to the bome of Baymond Caae, and after assaulting Mrs. Case wilh a sand b.ig, ticl her banda aud feet, gagged and bliiidfolded ber. but were frigbten ed off after tbey bad taken $10 fiom a de>k on ihe aeCOnd lloor. During tbe ?tTUgglc Mrs. Caae Dtl one of heras aailanta ao badly thal hc left i trail of blood from thc kitchen to tbeaidewaJk, aud it may be thal tbe wound will ulti mately lietray tbe as-'ailant. The Bockingbam oonnty republican convention was held in raairiaonburg Saturday afternoon to seiect delegatea for tbe Beventh congreesional districl convention, which meeta in Charlottea villc Wednesday, to iiomiuate a candi date for Congreaa to run againal Jamea Hay. the incumbenl and democratic Dominee. Thc aamea of lolm Paul aml K. Dulaney Ott, two young Harri -oiihurg republicana, were before tbe convention. Byavoteof68 toSlthe (.rentioo indoraed Otl for thc uomi naiion, the vote being a vietory for tbe Ackcr-Kee/cl adininisl rat ioti or ergani latioo fadioti. Thc anti-orgaaisatton forcea held a seoond convention later iu tbe afternoon and eleeted COnteaUog delegatea for tbe Chariotteaville eon venlioii, indorsing l'aul for the noini natioti. A split oc.-urred in the Rockbridge county republican convention and two factiotis held a co.ivcutioii. When County Chairman Thoinas Shewey an Dounced thc namea of thc delegatea from Walkers Oreck district, .1. I.. Hamilton protested. When not re COfmised, hc and bis friends rctircd. His faeiioti held a s.-parate meeting and eleeted delcgates to the Hueiia Viata eoiiL'ie-sional convention nexl Ifonday; also county committeeraeo. Tbe regulars continued their COOVen tion and rcelecied Thoinas Shewey county chairman and delegatea to tbe congre-sioiial convention and county committeemen. Thc defetatea were inalructed to vote for Col. S. Brown Ailen. of Btaunton, for Congreaa, io op? poae Mr. Flood. democrat. MR. IfOOM PKOMOTIill. Headquarters of the board of inter atateoommercelitigatien ..f th. cjated raflways, representing ahont 26 of the btrgeal and most importaot rail? roads of the SOOth, is to be move.j to Washington on October l.and piaced in charge of Mr. R. Waiton Moore, of Fairfax, one of the best known railway lawyers in ihe eountrv. This means that Washington wiil be the legal ccn |er of the Southern railroads, and that all questioiis from that s.-etion to bS re forred lo the Interstate Commerce Coin missioti tir.-t will be passed on by the Washington ofBoa. Announcement of the removal of tho headquarters from Nashville. wbere it has been hxated for several years, has been made. For some time efJorts had been mado to induco the a.-soeiated railways to re fflOVa to Washington. Mr. Moore will suceeed as ipeeial eounsel Judge Ed. Baxter, who died some time ago. The board of interstatf eommeree litigation is an Ofganttalion the pur of which aro to repreosnt tlu- BBT eral railroad companies of the south before the Interstate Commerce Com mission. M. P. Calloway, of Maeon. (ta.,willbe Mr. MoQfe'l asjiatanl at tlu- Washington Othce. The old Nash? ville otliee will be al?olislied the latter partof the month. This promotion of Mr. Moore will practieally take him out of the Held of general law practice, but puts him way up in the railroad world. His host of friends throughout the state will re jolce with him in his advancement, but many will regret tbat his new position will in all probability remove him from the political field in which he had taken such interest and in which they he? lieved big thinge were i.i ?tore for him, mokhvx mi:n. As statod in the Qaaette of that day, the I6tb anniial reunion of Moaby'i men was held at Ilerndoiion Saturday. Tlie present olheers were re-.lected viz:Col. W. II. t'liapinaii. of Ricli moi?|. eoniniander; W. B. l'almcr, of Kieliniond, lirst lieiiteiiant eoininander; Boherl Harrow, Washington, I). ('., seeoiul lieiiteiiant eonimander; Boyd M. Bmitb, Mineral, sargeant; Majnv Bd ward Shaeklet, Delaplane. adjutant and tieasurer, and s. A. Btrother, Fairfax, cbaplain. The roll eall showed that tho follow? ing memben had diedsioce the last re? union in Front Royal: L. B. Marron, Frank K. Keiuierly, John R. Coro, L. B. Moon aud F. T. Crane. Tlu- following telegram was raad from Oeneral kfaaaow, ..f the Sixth Qerman Army Corps, who was in Mosby'.s com mand during the war: "uldenhurg, tierniany, "To Col. Chapinan. lleriulon, Va. ; "My respe.ts to Moshy's meu. (Siglied) "(iKSKKAI. Massow." Amoiig other invitations the one from Manaaaaa signed by C, L. sin elair, Mayor O, K. Newinan, John II. Burke, C. R. Coiuier, meiiibers of the Town Council, ssking the eojniuand to bold its next reiinion in Manassas, was unanimously eooopted. Aft.-r the buaioesa meeting of tlie morning, tbe veteraoa adjourned t.> DarlmgtonGrovo, arherean aUborate luneheoii was sei ved by the women of Herndon to those attending (he re? union. Mayor Steveoaon, of Herndou, delivered the addreaa <.f s/eloonietwhich waa responded t>. byTbomaa I'. Bryan, of Riehmond, Major R. W. Hunter, of General John RGordoa'aataff; Rep resentative C, C. Carltn,of the Kighth eotigres-ioiial district. aud l'olk Miller, of tlu Fourlh Virginia Cavaliy, made addreases. A resolutioii to organiae the Buoa <>f the Veterans of Moahy'a oominand was ol'l'ered by l.icutenaiil Boyd M.Smith.of Louisa, and was unanimously adopted. Rev. L R. Mason, of Riehmond, offere.l tlie belledletiol). It was nniversally regretted that Colonel John s. Moaby, who oom manded the battalion tbroughout the war. was not present GOV. PATTBatSOBl RESTfMBS, Qovernor M. K. PeUfliaon Baturday night witbdrew froin tbe race to mic ceed bitnseif as governor of Ianneaaee. Qovernor Patteraon waa the nomineeol thc "regular" faction of ihe democratii party, and has been bitlcrly opposcd by the independenl state wide probibi tion democrata, who, in ooalitfon with tbe republii ene, eleeted a state judiciary I iM month, defeatni" a ticket for wbicb i; rernor Patteraon made a atrenuoaa campaign of the atate. Tomorrow tbe indepemlents will meei in Naahville in atate convention, a majoritj of the delegatea pomiag In structed lo trote for the indoraernenl of I! W. rlooper, the rcpubliean iwnii ?ee Jor governor. Qovernor Pattersoo in his addreaa announctog his witb drawal declarea be will not be an ob stacle iu the way of lo- party'a suo eea al the polla, nor will be willinglv coii tribtlte in any way to tbe possihility of BllOCeal of the repiiblicaiis in Telllle--ee Hc withdrawa in the iotereal of bar mony and tbat deiiiocratic faetions may get together to prevenl the low of tbe state iu N'ovcmbcr. Hc makea reference to interferenoe of a republican president in Tcniiesscc politics. Iu an intervicw following tln issuancc of the siatemciil, (iovernor Patteraon declarea thal be has no per sonal preference in tbe matter of a demoi-ralie iioininec, and that be will take thc stump for liiin. vshoevcr he may be. Patteraon'a political career baa been a atormy one, iitcluding his defeat of formcr Sciialor B. W. Car mack for thc gubernatorial nomination iu a sciisatiotial campaign, followed bj ihe killing of Carinack by the Coopers, their trial, wbicb alliacted natioti wide alletitioii, and Patlerson's paidon of I) ii. Cooper within a few minutea after bis convictioa waa sus tai.I bj the Supreme Court. So iiiiii h cotifusioii existed in loeal political circloa thal no namea have been BAiggoated iu connectibn witb the matterofa democmtic candidate for governor. _ Tbe Piedmonl Hunl Club held its Bral annual exbibition at UpperviUe on Saturday. There waa a ktrge CTOwd i attendance and tbe abow wis a great lUCCesa in every particnlar. When the I'pper low.t Mi-thodist con fereliee III Cll.l lles Clt \ IlieetS liext Week it will tind itself fece to face with a de cided sbortage in tho aamber of preocbera an.l that ~>7 chaira in the con ference will have to be Blled from a aouroe al the pvesenl nol known. Fifty-seveii men, the greater part of them young and in the priiuc of life, will ? j1111 the miiii-iiy and all will go into secular w>.rk. The oomphunt ia that the salary paid is not aofflcienl for them to sii).|iort a f.itnily and educate tbeir children. NEW OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Polite Vaudeville CoNTINT'ol's PKKFollMAN'cK 7i? to WK p- in. 10c TO ALL Mo.VDAY. TLKSDAY. WXDNMDAI Haslam The Disrohing W.uider ofthe Age. Miss Raymond Deiatj Buaging Boohiwtte Marvelous Ed. Contortionist. in a elass by him.sclf. ALSO 9,000 feet of the latest MOTION PICTURES. Illuatrated Song Contest Sept. 20, 21, 23. Vaudeville Changes Every Monday and Thursday. Pictures Changed Daily. hRY GOore. A Representative Show? ing of New Fall Meicliandise Awaits your coming. The new Dress Goods will in troduce themselves. The showing of the new Silks is superb. The new Fall Suits are the very latest models and made by expert workmen from the very newest materials. You will be well paid for a visit here, but do not judge our fall stocks by what you see as only a small por tion has arrived. Our buyers are in New York, and by the middle of the month our stocks will be complete in every detail. Watch for our opening announcement in the papers. But come now if only tolook: you're just as welcome. L1MGHM0. 420-4 26 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON* D.C Beautiful English Salad Bowl GIVEN AWAY THIS WEEK Withoee UOUBd of I'bca N'ecter or (ioldell Kej Tea. Coffee. ScnatcBlcndS lb* for $1.15 Ib 25. Contfressional 3 Ib for M.OO Ib 35. other fine coffcea. 15. 20. 30 and 40c. A. & P. Flour. A. 6f P. Flour. Barrcl. $o.30; eitfhth barrcl. 80c: nixtccnth bar? rcl. 40c: medium sack. 25c: iniall ?eek, 13. Satisfaction guarantecd or moncy refunded. Specials: SUGAR, LB.5>_C Pink Alaska Salmon, 3 can*. 25c. Zu Zu or Unecda. 2 pkg. 07c. Hawaiian Pincapplc. 2 cans. 25c. Pottcd meat. Ham or Tongue flavor. 1-4 aizc 04c. 1-2 siic 08c. Full Cream Checsc. Ib Itic. The Great Atlantic tf Pacific Tea Co., IMioncs Bell277. Homc 171. SAPPHIRE M .BIRTHMY t?PTEMBER Every Bepterober-born peraon?ohl ol jrounf -OUgbt lO have a Sa|iphirc. It'> the stone thal deootea Wiadoeo. ?A aiaiden bora when kutumn'a leaiaa Are lllslliliL.' Ill Se|.|einlier's bree/e. A Happhlre on ber brou should bind, Te iii eiire dlaeaaaa oftbe mind." Kvetyone knows how beeatiful this sione is. I!ut you don't know how really inexpeaahre they an nnleea fon bave visited ibis store. We'll sbow you many stones :ind many low prices. Saunders & Son 629 King Street. OVtTBBa in All. si> 11>. Al' .1. IIKII.I.'* KI>TAIK?NT. I-'o.-l of K i11^r Street 0|.ei imtil ld p m. ?pr7?m LOST. White male POODLKDOO; uuawera to m.if "Saowball;" halr cul short; taa leathereollaroB, with old rose ribbon bow attacbed. fteturn to 131*2 K Inc street and receive ren ard ?epS TUTHILL, LIBBEY and HAWKES are the makers of the Finest Cut Glass. We are showing many beautiful pieees of tbese celebrated makes from f 1.50 up. R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jewelers and Mllver^mitb". CHICKRN (IN TOAHT, IH'.l I l.l'.D < I IBJSJ, w\M?WKtgf always on sale at MPIWKS'M ( AKE. Prince and lloval Street* MAHONTC. A ealled communlcatloa of ALEXANDRIA WA8HINUT0N LODGE, So, ii. A . f ,v a if.. wiii be hehjal the Temple TUESDAY EVEN I.Nii, Beptember rt. at Ti*) o'eloek. for work. By order ofthe Worshioful Master. -. i tl I ill.KH. ScreUry. Ladies, you will always wear a smile if you wear the Red Cross Shoe. For sale only by J. A. Marshall 4 Bro., 422 King street Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance at lowest summer prices. Best quality prompt delivery and bottom price Phone 06. DkW. AITCHK80N, 107 aouth Royal street )?*-tl