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MONDAY l-.VKVIN.i, 0< T 31 JFoa. tl. ? flral lime-'? Ihe blstory of ftfathodtsra on tbe Delawaro, Mary l.tn I nnd Virginia peninsula, the mhv hteri will herealter pay theii board nt tbe annual aeasions <<f tbe Wilming t.,n c.-nfcrcii.-e whirh covera that die tiiit. Tbe laataeBiion oftheoonfereoce was beld.it Baliabury Md. Tbe cub tomary ioviutioo lor tlie next meet? ing was lacking until tl'?- quarterly ,- afereoce <.f Aabury Cburch, al Wil' Biinftoo, I'cl., on Saturday invited the eonfer.-ii c to mc t :it thal cburch in afarcbi proekled tbe preaeh ira p?y thelr own board. This invitatjon wa Beeepted. Thb means Ibal al Ibe nei aaaual inaeting ol Wilmington con torenee lb? Neu i*ork conference plan of levyuig an Bsaessmeot <>f one per cent of eacb dergyman'i aelary, t" pay their expenaea, will be adopteJ. Tbis will ba a rjoiquc procedure in Ifetbddism on tl"' poninaula, bul tbis action it is helieved Will aoOU be foi lowed by chureh b idica in otlier parta of tbe country although1 il will be a reiflction upon tbe hcwspitality of any commuaity in which sueh moetings are beld. TnsFrencli railroad strike is over and tln* woek's display ol socialisni run riot baa cost Ihatcountry bctweed 000,000mm] 160,.1,000. A high ol 0o?I ol tlie niinistry ol Bnance csti maiee tbat aboul 125,000,000 worth ol imports from England, Uermany and Iklguim was lu'1'1 uPi consisting ol Ibodaliiffi. industrial nsatorials, am1 -anutactured goods. Aboul 124,500, 000 worth of exportable French tood stuff-s leatilaa, wines, spirita, and ?MMs waa detaioed al tho same lime. Tl.e railroad- bave losl 12 100,1 agtr f.i.oi and $3,500,000 in freigliU. '11.- loss to tho vVestern Btate Railroad bIosm is 1800,000. The atriki-r-*, railway?en and others loal $2,800,000 ni pay. And thare was n i a eoapeoeat?g gain i<> any one con nacted svitli the strike. al - " V09MM9 Ba_ATOl FOaUKa?, ol Ohio, in a llafceooidaufhlagalnsi Mr. 1 Vt-!t m a sps* h al il irj "Jlc l:,M week, took ibe position thal the Obio iaaoa ii more than ? chokabetwei n lb? twoeandidaUl loi governor, thal il is a cooteet betweeo tha repnb and foe.s from within aa well aa from without. He referre I lo tbe "oew na tionalism" of Booaevell aa vioUUng t.ui- dual form of government by aric gatiug io thc natiui. .1 govermneni mat ter-t property bdooging to tbe atates. Mr. Foraker said tbat there wai a radaeming laatore ol tbe Roosevell programma,- IbUows: "There is aboul it all such ? preporterous absurdity and Ku.-li an inaufferable egotism as to ex i it*- not only condamn itk?.bal ridicule. ll la another case ol vauking ambition i.verU-auilig itsetf." 1" ?'?|l *-'f *?"* Mr. Foraker is right. Thk proc edinga ?>! the conferen se a southern business men held in Al lanta, Ga., October 7, under thi auspicesof Ihe Southern Comuiercial Congreaa, tbfl rootto <>f which ia "Foi a Ureater Nation Through a Qreatei Bouth," baa been publiahed in pamphlei form. A eopy bas been aent to thia ofBoe. The publication abounda in practieal buaineai aiiui and auggtsi ion-, and sets lortfa tbe poasibilitiee i I Ibeaoatbern country wben iu repre BflOtativea ?rork lofethef for its <s paoMon. Thal the Bbuthern Com iner.-ial Congreaa will !?? auocessful n cryaUlismg ba motto ia helieved !?> oUenraN to be a matter ol a ??< m paratiTely bIkmI time._ As a tbreat totlie busiueaa worhl Ibal if the rapubheaos are defeated ou No vtmiber > and llie Taft admioistratioo lepudiated. BacreUr] Root intinutai tbat Mr. Roosevelt wotiM bfl the man in .911, He saiil, ln a speech laai week, evidently expectlng aomething to happen Tuesday week: "Unle* thitig aball bappen, tbat the people ol Ihe United Statea ebail repodialfl thi administratlon ofMr. Taft by auch a cntyliiog nnd overwhelmiug dtfrnt ol bis party tbat it will be apparenl tbi I Mr. Taft cannot be eleeted," tbcn you *i|l Ret BooHlrtlt May tbt l-oi J deliver us. -*_* . A " f-utridr afa la rmi r. MnVHr. _l_, Octobei 11 Bittinj ou hiahad, Gbmgfl < ieotat, ? areathj farmer. today arrauged a double hat reled shot Run aO that bfl COuW DU the trigger with lo. lor" and bbra i I bis own bead. II. rii.d both barreh >'o irason ia known for the auieide. A? tbe repreeeotativeol 1 _ i11j? t ? ? bis iiepliew. thfl I >nk ??? f Cpanaogh arrived at Capfl Towu, today, lo HM IrjM 1 Bl .uueiit <-f thfl BOioa 0 *_uth Alnca. The Duke w.u BCCOm r*\_ied hy the l>u.h<?< bl COOBaUgbl an i Prinreas Patncla, tb'irdaugl FROM WASJIfNGTOy. Tbough tbe state DeparUneot today cdto dispoae of tlie cxtraditton .,[ i'i.. Ih.- BMBpects now held at ?? Mexico, in cooHectkHi with Ibe itting nf thc Tiiiien Building, i: ,V,II |, tw. three weeks at least, and .j uiiforoscen eompUcatioos eiiee much lotlg, v can I>e brought back for trial to tliis country. Tho autbo a1 Los Angeles must oollect tbeii ce and -end itto Govarwov Oil , bo authenticatad. A rapreaao of California will then bring it to ifl for tlie signaturc of Becra Cnox, 'and will tlicn tako it tO . City." After tliis tln; Mexican v ill bavetopaw upon tha caae .-xtradilion can be grantcd. Ifl antime, tbe men will be beld at |ation of Georgbo's head by Urtivea Adama and Livingston. . ofl Preaident Taft today U> nige ?ppointmenl of W. A. Wibbish, of ? lanta, as a member of IheCommaroe ( urt Tbe _caootiv** told hlaoallera h ? would consider tlie name. The identity <>f a young man arrest ,-,1 ifl St, Louis and asterting that lie i a grandson ol ibolate William R. Qlad ;,-..i of England, ia being in - tted l>y theBritisb embaasv where ,t wm stated today thal he was believed to l>e ao imposter. . appointment of George lt. C -mines, as BSaayer at tbe New York offii e, to Buoceed II. O. Tbrrey, innounced al the treaeury today. Couiihga has been cliief clerk at the i- ay ollice. The cfforts of the United Btatea gor ernment t" collect an additional M pei cent. duty on a atriog of pearla valued 25,000 imported for Morria (big ,in by Tift'any and Co.,eoded nn ifnlly today ai a rwill of a deci banded down by tbe Bupreme Courl of the United Btatea. The courl i, Fuaed lo review tlie deeision of Ih* Board of Appraiscrs which Bxed thi duty al ten per eenl instead of 60. Tbi question involved in the case is now be fore tbe courl in tbe suit of tbe govern menl tor thfl additional 50 per cent. duty on a $25 1,00 > Btrine; of pearla tw>? ,n the poaseaaion of Mrs. W. B. Lceds. if Philadelpbii. In both cases tho pearli were imported without being struiif.' althoa b they bad been drillcd and ooUected. Tbe duty on pearla in tbeir nataral -i ite is only ten per cent. while the duty on manufactured jew ,-lrv i- 60 per ? nt. The queatioo b whether tbe pearbare to be admitleJ under tbe former or latter daanflca tion. Jamea II H ?!'. a former soldier. charged with the inurdor of Corporal K. Johntion Bl Fort Wordcn, Washington must serve thfl aen tence of imp iaonment for life h< received in the low court, according to u of Ihe Supreme Court of tbe | Btate today. Varioua objectiotn 0r tbe trial of Holt were preaented lo to the Supreme Courl all of which were lered i aumoanl as a reaaon for ing a new trial. it i-, sa-d in r- tl.at about three thou ?aud pal d - bave been granted ou icroplanes and their devicea, aud thal the patent office is handling ninetj i.rli. Liridoflife aropng the graves ann loriibi in Prospecl HillCemetery wben ie was emp!oyed, Qeorge Anderaon, a |ay awalkrwed a poiaononb ii!..| weed-exterminator iVheu fouul writhiog in pain, he told ? uu-te y Buperinlendent tl.at li< avisht'd todc .md' within Bve minutes ; ired. T! e Sup'c.mc Courl <>f the United this afternoon dismisied tln a , l of I>. W. Dinsmore, want*' bio for alleged parlicipation n> ii in the state printer'a office am : more will. bave to return from _o to Ohio lor ir.al, A n otioa to di9miss the appeal of ii .,c. w Ii . is in Clatvago, snd who is wanted in Ohio f<>r hi. i participatron in Irauds in tht prilitOl '* office was madt* thi. oon in thc l P. Bnpreny Court. rhe frau? involved the isauance ol f.il-c voucbers and a*. the tin.c tbej were iinearthed, D_smore went t<. Chicago. Hc wm an?ted in that dt\ ,h d lor writa of nabeas corpa ,n thecounty and federal courts am when his requesta were denied in botl caaes, he appealed lo the Bupren* Court, being releaaed on bail. Thc demurrage controveray betweci \('.\ ?iglaod busine? intereata am be railroads was adjusted by thc- In te (!omraerceC.nisaieoar tod.r eceivera ol Ireight has had f:ee ifc of cara for four days, and tha rail oada demand that Uiey pay demurtagi hargesafter twodiys. Ii was agreei oday that the two day nile shall, hegin i g Deceml er 1. apply to all kiada o reight, exoepl lum'jer, coal and grain. aix months the free time for can ontaini ig theae three classes of freigh hall be three days, Unless tlie com mission makes an ordcr continuinina thii tln ??' diy rule after thc end of th. x month'i time, lumber, coal am . will come under tbe two day rn!<> i demurrage commiaaion will be **? tbliebedby thc Interstate Com?erct ommission to observe thc working ol he three-day i?e. It is reported that he Ititerstatc Commerce Comniis-im o&templatea tbe eatabliahmeot of de? murrage commissiotis in the largo cit es of the country to decido whether in special cases receivera of freight ?hall be relievcd of demurrage cbi.rgcs.^ iprtrna Court of tha (Jnitei I this aflcrnnon tflftmd to tak< In thc itilroad rafo fight in Okla wbico hai reeuKad in a conilici 1 federal courts. n dtclitiing to l.itci fero tlie 8uprcmi -s upon nnv ratw or ?vguiattons impooed hy the railroad ?ommission inOklahomn and con-id Ooly from tln* jurisdic ?lonal starjdi*oint. Nn\ \, i . ??twk Market. Kew York, 0 t. 81.?tfbe ifogkj narkat ahowed a weak xow at the pening today and in the earlyitrading. Vfter thc )>r-t lifteen minwtflf, however hia market beeame atcady, rallies be ng in progi-. After tbe early rallie* the market ij-ain oowtinued under prfMare, andat ihe end of the flrat hour toflgj ol 1 to 1 1-2 points were sustaiiud io the.lcalitig issues. After the downward iu ivement in the fii?t hour the marke-t beeame ats.vly tliQugb tbsre was no change in prices j foOl Ibe firM hour, Itefuses to Perlorm feremonj. Rome. Oct. .'11.?Under orders frotu tho Vatican Archbishop Agostine Klchelmy, of Turin, annouuced today that be would not perform the mar? riage ceremony for PraOC_a Clemeii line, daughter ofthe late Kin? Leopold. of Ilelgiiini. All arraugenients bad been made for tbe ceremony iu the chapelof the Boyal Cajtk 00 Mon calier. Although tbe bishop gave DO hbll :is to the reason aduatiug the Vatican, it is construed as another slap at Italian royalty, owing to tbe royal couple's conneetiou with the royal fiimily of ltaly. For this reason, it is likely to widen tho breach between the vatican and tbe quirinal, just at the time wheu it seemed that there was good prospect of the two coming lo I lietter understandiiig. ? The love affair ol the prince. who is 48 years old, a'ld the prince*-, ten years his junior, dates back a great many years, and WM held ia abejance during Lcopold's lifetime by bis op? position to the prince. The Aviator*. Belmont Park, Oct. Ill?Tho pro iraaamfl of tbe aviatora today ealled for ? two-hoiir ntea fiom 1 30 to 8:80 for a prizo of $$,600 donated by a num? ber of the Aero Club of Ameiica. Of this prixe 12,000 wat to go to tlu. win ner, $1,000 to second and *f>00 to the tbird rlier. A grand altitudfl race was Bcbhduled for 8:80. No pri/e was to be awarded unless an altilude of 4,000 lw reaehed To thfl aviator reaching an allitude aboufl 4,000 feet 1600 was to be paid. If thfl aviator breaks tbfl American altitude record bflwaato receive$1,000. If bfl breaks the world's record he wai tobe $2,000. The Bnala in the grand speed conbkK were schediiled for four o'eloek. Qrabame-Wbite and J. 0. lleCordy, winoen of the elimination racea, were to start, ihe winner receiving $8,000, an.l the second man $1,000. Anethei race between Anbrun and Mars, aeeond man in tbe elimination contest, for ihe aeeond pri/e of $500 \\i\> acbeduled lo follow the grand apeed race. Searrhing i'nr Murrterers. Indiaiiapolis, Ind., Oct. 81.- Thfl police today are wrighing thcassertion of Fred Scott, Jersey Cily. N. J.j Stephen Iteef, Newark, N. J., and Rob ert Kobloff, Madison, Conn., iigain.-l the inatinct of bloodhounds iu an effort to dotermine whether tbe three men are responsible for the shootine Siiltir day night of Frank Bummera, who was beld up on the outskirts of tho city and probably fatally shot. BfOOdhooodl were taken to the apot where Bummera was found wounded Saturday night, nnd unhesitatingly took ap a Irail which leil to a camp ou Bagle Creek, a mlle away, where the prieOWflra were sitting around .1 Bre. The men were arrested. Tlu-y maiotain tbat they camfl Bcroaa the camp and that two meo.wbo were there, Bed when they appeared. Bummera ia in a pre.-arious condition. .M.irderc.l l.v a ItuigUr. Chicago, Oct, 81.?Bbot down before his wife an.l child by a despeiate burg lav, Quy Williams, aged 86, ia 'bad lo lay and the police are making every effort to apprebend his slayer. Williams, who waa an agent for the Prudeniial fnauranee Company, was in bed wben his wife, awakening, saw a hurglar busy in theii room. "Keep BtihV'ebe warned, but her husband leaping to the floor, grappled \itb the intiuder. The two struggled tiercely, the burglar seoding a bullet into Williams' side and cscaping. I li- ln a Hotel. ;-an Francisco, Oet. 81.?Fifteen narront were injured today in a fire \hich totally destroyed the Clyde Ho leL An oii tank in the baseuient of he hotel ignited, and as thc firenitn nlcied the building, there was an ex .losinn which hlew half a dozen of liem back into the street. The other , -reons injured were speetators hit hy lying debris. .._ Ihe C liint--**; Ixian. Pafcio, China, (VI. 81.?With ll? ?ignine of an imperial edict todaj formally cooaummating the $50,000, XX) loan to be lloated hy tbfl syndicate if Ameriran Baokera, headed by J. P. Morgan iv Co., Kuhn, I.oeb and Co., thc National City Bank and the First N'atiottal Bank Of New York, China ?nters upon a period of reform which ?very foreign power wilh interest in tbfl far east has striven to bring about for tbe past ten years. I'ndouhtedly tho consiimmation of this loan has hccn the greatest victOV) .vhich Amertcan Bnanaera haveacored ben in many year-. Its in.port i vastly larger tlian theajnonnt involved, md by it America ia placed in a most favorable j*ositio:i to capture the com? merce in the market which Anierican sapital is open?I lo tbfl world. Thc b >nds cOVflriog tbfl loan will Ik* aken hy thc Amerlean syndicate. il i> .tated, Bl 95. The Hu Kuang BaSlroaJ loan is still pending. In it tho abare ,f the United Btales ia $7.800,000. ilaall luiuilnelil. I.l,,n, Oet. 81.?An armed clash itwcen Knglish sailors who have iOOfl ash Wfl at l.ingah, on the Persian iulf, and the tdiah'a soldiers, is bfl ieved t<> bfl immineiit today au the esult of Knglands rcfusnl to with Iraw thc sailors. iu responsr to | pei omptory order from the JVrMan govern? ment. The demand for llic Instant remova! if tho sailors was delivercd at the oreign oflico todny nnd a negntivc rc* ily was dispalchcd nt once. KnglRnd is cotivlni'cd tbat Uermanj i supporting lVrsia in her stand igainst the e/forls of l_ffatod and Etaflaia to exert a greater InHuence in I'ersia. Today's derliion was timJ* .sith the beltaf that should I'eraia lotejfl tbfl issue, Oermany will immediately beeOOM involved in tbe clash. Sllght Inproveaient. Franklin, Pa., Od. 31. --There is a dightlv impruvement today in the con dition of lonner Ooogressman Joseph 0. Sibley aoJ bbl wife, tha farpily phyaMaa ??}'?. though both conuni? Miiottsly ?. BMey wants lo leave lor bis wiuler honn* in Florida, but the doeton saystual '?' out of ine (lllt'st'0D' Several pers <ns are report#d to bave been kil'ed in a wreck of the 'Davy Crcxkets," f ?st 4rkan?i pai enger trnin nc; r Ho irtorij Tex*is, early thii morcin THK TKAMSTKRS' STRIKE. V. t6gM M Vielitlng on Part ot Men or thelr Emplo>er?. New York, Oct. ol.?A conccrted effort is beiug made today by the inan? agers of all tbe express companies doing business in New York, Jersey Citv and Hol>oken, to break tbe strike of drivers' helpers. Wagons lad-n with matter that bas been beld up in tho depota for days were started out of every barn before daylight today. On each wagon were the drivcr, two help? ers and from three to ten armcd guards. Tlie latter carried shot guns and long asb riot sticks, oxcellently loaded at tbe end for bead breaking. There waa no real disorder in tlie eariy hours, due to the vigilanoe of the police. In Jersey City and Hobo keii the entire strength of the force was mnssed bfltweflO the depot and tbfl ferry houses. All drivers took the same route and there was a policeman on eacb side of tho street at intervals of five yards. These men kept tbeir backs to tbe wrgons and watehcd tbfl sidewalks and windows nnd roofs of houses along the way. No ono was permitted lo staud still. and men with tbeir hands in their pockets were elosc ly watched. Tbe result was tbat fully 11M> wagons were moved without dis tuibance. The Jersey police are noloiiger using soft measures with the rioters. They have been warned that if there is ai.y moro rioting, Gov. Fort will ruah troope into the affected cities, no matter what tho effect may be on the present politi cal campaign. Tho polico therofore kept tbeir revolvers in plain aight to? day and known disturbers were hurried off tbe main tboroughfare without re tard to their feelings. In Manhattan eariy today, police reservo* patrolled ibe various ferry stations and tbe vi? einiiy of the Grand Central depot. These men had orders to use their dubfl on all disturbers of the peace. aud tbe result was that the strikers and tbflil lytnpatbixera gave the depota a wide berth. Whether tha strike is to be given .' national character will bfl de-ided on within tbe next three daya. I'anialJ. Tobin, national prcsideni. of tbfl Intci naiioual Brotherboodof Teemet?i*,aenl word from Boston today that he has organi/ers hard at work getting the cx pn-.-s drivers in every large city in the United Btatea into the union. He has promised the support of tho American Federation in the present strike and it was BOnouneod at union headiiuarters hero this morning that tho union will begin paying strike benelits today. The formal demands were Blfld today with the Huperintendctits of the several i xpraaa companiea. Tbe aoala providea for eighty dollais a month for route drivers; seventy-live for nssisli.nt drivers and liftv-live dollarsa month for wagOfl hel] i re, John Mitchell, head of the concilia tioii bureau of the Civic Federation, cnnferred with Frank H. I'latt of tbe United states BapreM Company, t day iu an attempt lo aettle the strike. Ile is being aided by ll"' mcdiators of the State Depaitmeoi ol Labor. There was | miiior onllireik al the ollices of the. Amerieaa Bxprasa Company on We-t l_oth Itreel today wben afoiceol stnke ayropatbnen attackail guanfe there. Wlim - ity police ariived the guards were being aeverdy bealeii, bul tbe mob was qnicUy di-p.M I Philadelphia, 0 t .".1 --Four hundred strike bieakers. enrolled by J. A. Brown, a profeaelonal ?nike breeker, will leave here 00 the 8 20 p m. train over tho Peiinsylvunia Railroad foi New Yotk and Jersey Cily tO take ibe places ofthe shiking expres* wagon drivers in those citias. Brown, who has opened a recruiting ataliriri here, is otiering men $8.00 a day. New York. oa. 81.?Unlem thb present stiike of WBgoa helpers em? ployed by the wirioiis express com paoiea about New York is speedily setllcd, tbe imi.-.t aerioua lalior tie-up in the recenl history of tbe city is be lieted certain. Ollieials of thfl leainsters' union, ? nrae.d because pobofl luspector Schitlberger plaoed uniformed men on the wagons of tbfl aapreai today, declared Ihat they will call out teaff union teanisters in the greater city unless the police atlitude is cbanged In additioii they named a committee tov;sit Mayor Caynoi and object to cily police acting as privalo guards. Tbe tempet of the strikers is ugly again. Kffort.s to bring aliouta compromise have so far failed, the companies posi lively refusing to recogui/c. the union. Offers of an increase of pay without union lecognition bave been refused. Tho leader of the strikers in Uiiscily, Val Hoffman, who is vice-president of the International Brotherbood of Taamatera, said tbis afternoon that he has the department storo drivers in sueh ihipe that they will leave their teams .in i moiiieiit's uotice. Thosameitate t,f ,.re; ..redness exists. he says, in tha rahks of tbfl drivers of the roammoti eoal delivery companies which deliver coal daily _ thedowntownskyscrapers. Between 500 and 1.000 strikebreakers werfl Hinuggled IntO this city by the ex press companies and they were piaced ia the barns to bo sent out as fast a* they can be used. There were a num? ber of minor disliirbances during ihe morning.btit no one waneriuusiy hurt. While orders havo been issued to the expreis drivers on Long Iiland and in Brooklyn lo bold themse'.vea in readl nesa toitiike, the actual order U> quit work h?d not been IsiueJ up to one o'eloek thia afternoon. ?? ^? ' Afresti In Lliben. Liibon, Oct. 81.?Further arrests wero made today in the royaliit plot against the hew rortuguese republic, in which many officers of the army werfl involvrd. President Braga dahna to bave arrested the ring leaders and thal nothing more Will come of the plot. Beteral unknown warship.*. are ra porU'd along tho coast of Fortugual. It is helieved tbat ex-Premifr Franc.o* arrest was due to bis implitation in the royaliit plot. Thirty-four orh.ers are under arrest, and nearly as many promin nt polirjciar*. Chamber'oin's C vugh Remidy ba be:ome famous f< r in curea of i ougbs col ls, croup and intiuenia. Try i whoit in need. It contaim no I armfu subitance and alwaya givea pr impt r ? bef. Sold by W. F, Creigbton i iJ B.-b,rJ Qibit n, KEWS OF TIIE DA V. Thousands of Waibugtbnians yes terday beard *jernioris dclivercd at various cburchcs by Methodist Epis? copal bishops, who aru attending the ineetingsin the capital. Mrs. Mary W. Harriaian, widow of K. II. Harriman, formally on Satur? day presented the Palisades l'ark Coin pj?linn of New York with a deed for u-ti thuiisand acres and $1,00*1 ?hmi. Five men, who arrived at Acapulco, Mexico, on .Saturday from San Fran? cisco, in a power boat, were arresled in connection with the reeent dyiiamitiug of tbe plant of "Tho Los Angeles Times." A dispatch from I.isbon to the Cor respondencia de F.-pana. of Madrid, sayd that a military conspiracy against the republic bas been uneirthed and that 82 ollicers have been arre.sted. John Porter,a boarding-house keoper. was killed by GeorgeLee today,in Hat* risburg, Pa., as Porter opened his door to see why Lee and Albert Warnick were quarreling. Thc shot was $red at Warnuk, but hit Porter. Bishop Hirding, of tho Protestant Kpisc"pal Dioceaa of vFaabingtoo, yes? terday formally installcd Rev. J. J. DimOfl as pastor of St. Andrcw's Kpis copal Church ifl that city, to smct-.d Rev. (ieorge C. Carter, who W8J called to Bryn Mawr. Inaaermon at St. Mi- hael and All Anguls' I'rote.stant Kpiscopat Church, iii'lialtiumre yesterday,Rev. Dr. Charles Fiske stated that the propoaal to drop thc word Protestant out of tbfl uanie of the church iu really along the lines of the movemeot to bring about Chrietiafl unity. The Duke of Veragua, a dflaceodaot of Christopher Columhus. and formcr minister of marine, died in Madrid yesterday. Hfl was born iu 1887. He visited tbfl I'nited States in 1*'?'2 on Ihe occasioti of thc Columhus cclchra tioti, aud was rfoaived witb high honors as ihe reprcsentati'v of tbe family. Fire early this morning dc.-droyed tlu* V \V. Schtumpf m Co, warebou?, al \4\ V.t B street DOVthw*-s!. Washington and ibreateoad tospreadto adjoining pronerty. Thc bbie started in tbfl basemfent ol tbe building and aoott spraad. Inimcdiatelv adjoining the buikliBg is tbe W. II. lioaefl lactory aid tbfl Pierce Lumbar Vard. Tbe MiS'S factory waa gutted. The lo*<s is placed at *f 15,000 Fire in Topeka. K'ansas, yeaterday, in tbfl .storage yard of tbfl Atchison, Topeka aud Santa Ffl Kailway, de Btroyed TOO freight ears Tho big ?bopfl of the company Wflrfl saved through the efforts of tlu- ::.(>i*0 men employed in them. Tbe firc woukl have been more serioos had it not been lor tbfl work "f tha ibopmen. The atoraie yards are outaide tl.o ilre distii' i. and tbe onlj metbod of com batting tbfl Hainefl waa by running tank i.irs as m-ar as poaaible, and iIhs.', manned by ahop workmon, did exceflenl sei i V e. Earth embankments Bjcre tbrowa up to prevflot the flames spi.-ading tO dwflOingl on either side of the vard*. IIIK.IMA APPIi:?i. Reporta reeeieed by fi eight IrafBc of r.. i tla of tho Southern Railway indfa al< that shipments of apple* from points along its lines in Virginia will. at least, double last year's shipments when 47, 7I>7 barrala were handled from Mationi ou ka main line, ruiiningthroiisrh 1'ied mont Virginia. and 49,049 from sta tions on the Harrisonburg, Manassas and Bluemont branchcs, lying mainly in the Shenandoah valley. Tbe apple growing industry has now reaehed B high state in Virginia aud through tha productivity of its orchards and the ex cdlent reputation which its fruit anjoys Virginia is reaping hiuidrcds of thous ,-.dJs of oollara annuaUy. Iu many la'es growers are making from $$00 10 $800 per acre annu_lly and as B result there has been a great increase iu the ralufl of frnit lands, partieularly iu tbfl valley of Virginia where growing applcs for market Iscomparatively :i nwv ii diistry. Orfe grower in Ulifl ae-tiofl from a ton BCrfl orchard guthered 1,750 barrels which he sold at a price _verag ing above three dollars per barrel. D_PRIV_H ??r RBjaJMIW. Curioiis as to what bad becomfl of tbe) body pf Dr. Teed. wbo atmoonced before bis death B year ago that he wonld rise from his tomb and becomfl the Mes-siah of tha Ko.esbatis, twi> members of the cult, according lo Henry D. Hilverfrielid, of Bristol. Tenn., Bttemptfld to unseal the tomb, but before this was accomplisbed both were deprhred of their reason and died before they could be taken to an asy lum. Silverfrieiid is prominent in ibe Koreshan colony in KatflfOJ Fla. Ht> said yesterday tbat Dr. Teed h.id nol ytjt risen, but members of Ihe cult were oonflda it ba would come fortb ai thoir Mensiah 10 due time. Tbe Bristol Koreshan colony was abawdooed abortly after Dr. Teftd's deuth. ______....__ Married Her MiaufTVur. PitUfleld. Mass. Oct. 31. Dcspite the opposition of her family and her a**o< iatea in tho fashionablo set, Miss (lar.i Stanley, wealthy heiress and sis? ter of William Stanley, the noted electrii ial engineer, wai married at noon today to Thomas Frauci.s llelian, her former chauffour. Behan bai livod in Pittalield all his lifn an<! was engaged by Miii Stanley as ber dl mf feur three yattl Igp. Iieclartd fr're* o( Cholera, New York, 0.1, .U?The North Garman Lloyd Stoamihip Company to? day received a cablegram stating that Naples *m oltleially declared frM of cholera by the autborithts today. All ataamsbip llnea which have abeadohed that city a? a port of call while there was dun.er of infection will ttOfj reeathl regular calls at that bori A report reaehed Bucnos Ayres today from Montevideot Uruguay, that a sanguinary battle had been fotigbt be? tween ihe r-volutiotiary army and the gou rnroent troopa and that fully 600 bad bdlen. _ The pleasant purgative effect expe rieu. ed by all who use Chamberlaiu's Stomacb and Liver Tablets, and tbe bealthy condition ofthe body and miod wbich they cre&te, makes one feel joy fu! Boid by W. F, Creightcn and fccbard QibtQfJ, VIKGINIANEWS. Thc biggcst pinc tree in Kappahan nock county was cut down ?St weafc. Thc tree grew on Mr. H. V. HudflOn - iarm, Spioti Kop. It meaaured 108 feet ..f log and made 8,8 10 leH of No. l merchaotablelumber. Judge J. B. T. Thornton, of Manas sas, h? been d.signated by liovernor Mann to hold thc November term of thc circuit court of Kin-,'(icorgo county for Judge John K. klaaOO, WOO .s still COOValescent Thc term begins .V.. ? amher 7. The marriage of Mtfll Miriam Weon Banano, daughter of Major A. K H Ransom.to Mr. Fredcrick Cccil Ilornei. son ofthe late Dr. Frcderick Horner, of Fanquicr county, took place Satur? day at B?tOO, thc "home of the bride'fl parent-s at Cantonsville. Md. A ?iuiet wedding occoned at tbfl homc of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Swctnam, of Fairfax. on Wednesday evening, Oetober 26, when their oldcst daughter Itiflfl Boberta Bandolph, and Mr. Dal las Berry, son of the late Captain .1. Owens Berry, wetfl united in marriage by the Bev. F. A. Strothcr. At a cost of $1,000,000 and Bvfl years' work. the excavating tor the tunnel mi thc Southern ltailway's new route through Lynchburg was coin pleted on Saturday. The tunnel i 1.800 feet long. The tunnel is under Birerrnoot avenue and hy means of it the Southern paBSflfl tbrOOgfa Wflfll Lynchburg whero a $60,000 station will he built this fall. UMUBBWBITBM ABB LIAKI.I.. JudgeT. J. Buh.ini, in Corporation Court of Newport tfewa on Baturday afternoon, handed down his decision on the demurrer to the warrants obarg ing 24 members of tlie Boulheaatern Underwriters' Aaaociatiorj witii oon Bpiringto control lire insurance rates at Ncwpoit News. Tbe judge said that then- was corauton law in Virginia to oover criminal cooapiracy, aud thal tneoffense alleged by tlie Common wealth, if proven, is indictable under the Rommi-n law. Counsel for tlie defense Btaked all on tbe argument that there waa no coin rnon Iaw to rover the alleged of/onse, and eVCII if there wa-, il could haidly be appliorl in t!ns caae, because tho leg islature enacted a law drivhiglhfl South eflfltem Underwritera1 Aaaociation oot of Virginia, bul subsequantly repealed tha law. Iheroby inviting tbe South eastein Uoderwritere' Aaaociation aud Bucb-like combinations back into Vir? ginia. Twenty-four officers and members <>f tha executive and Virginia committces of tho Si lutlieaaterfl Uoderwriters' As ?odation were arreeted al UotSprings last May Ofl wanants sworn out bj Commonwealth'a Attorney Cbariea C. I!eiki-ley cbarging them with r-onapir ing to iaise the fire insurance rates iii Newpotl Ni'WS Tlie -m --H follo\\i.| the iaauing "f a "pinl the inaurance rates in that city 10 pi i cenl after thn council had incxeased the ta\ on tlu* fire inaurance companies. Thc trial of thc iaaurance men on eharges of criroipal cpiiapiraey U aled to begla today. ( ni Hi .tl Hi BVCD. Fiie, whi.h originated late Baturday nigbtin Hilbert's carriage and paint ihop, in Warrenton, I ? por ti,,n of the I.ii-m. -? -i ? tion ol th ? town, St. James' Bpiaeopal Church and rec tory end threatened lo spread to tho i. -i lence ledion, cauiing ? panic among Ibe residents, naany ol whom fied Irom thaii homi s. By niidnight tbfl lire was under con tro! after the lire department and citizens b 1(1 made a bard light. handicappcd by a luw Wftter supply. Before the fliiriie* nere r-becked a large house, owned by |>i William Page, of New Vork, near tho bnrning church wns dyoamited to prevehl spread ol the ti:e to the homes of tbfl ii.liabitants. The |OffS is cstiinated at 160,000, partly covered byiusurance. St. James' Church, which was -,-alued al 120,000, is niniost a total ruiu, only the four walls remaioing. There was an insur? ance on the rdifice ol 16^300. Tbe cause ol tbe fire Ls believed to have been caused by a ligbted cigarette. Other buildings destroyed were Ifartin's piumbing ahop, Kirby's meat market aml a small botl I. No one was injured. During thfl progrcss of tbfl lire many of thc fa.-diionahle reeidents of Warren? ton feared for tlnir homes. and were prepared to remove costly furnisbinga in caae tha Bamei spread from tbfl een? ter of tlu* town. A ma? meeting will be held this evening, tO consider tiie iiutnediate need of Brfl OCOtectiofl for Wai ruutoii. Rlatlag iu llerlln. London, Oet, 81.?Tbat tha re* actionary elemenl of Berlin is itaelf raapohaib}fl for theresumptaooofriot? ing in that city Saturday night and Sunday morning, is tlu; declaration of ihe Ilerlin COrWpOndoot of tho Mori ing News. Thc reactionaries are thus ieeking, ibfl oori_pondflot says, to in ?pire the great (iernian middle daai with fp.tr of the social democrary to wbicb i< attributed reaponaibOity lor thc outbreaka, Hy aroiMing this tarroi ll) the middle class, tbfl r? .< ttona lt - bopi !?> pavethe wny foi ilifl aaiy paaflage of repn legisltuion at ihe cotuing seision of thc ltt-irhitag. UltMi "i > w.'iiiinii Heading, Ri.. Otf, II, Mr* Klla Qrace Dibert- wife of Henry S, EHberh i weaHby ci^ur mttrateetnrar^ atid prominent in *>ocial < irclrs, < oinrnitted anieidfl heru todajf, Hw body wa* found ha.iging from ewatefpipfl Ifl rhc odlar of her handaome woodhtnd fer race home Mrs. Diberti wbo < ihi of aknaboly owieg to ill health. Bhfl waa I me?bet of tbe Reading Women a Club and active Work of the V. \V. C. Mfltfl Ifl tx- Keleaterf. MUwaakce, Wi-.. Oet 81. John Diets, rtieCameron Damdefender will rsJeaatd from jail on bobd fur nishel hy Ifilwtokeaans tomorrow, according tO tieorge Bchttltflfl, chair? man of the k?tl Dfetl dcfeujfc comn.'it U'e. Jacob L. Hitker, a prom businflfls man. has subscrihed ?lo,000 of iha bai!, IHore Trouble ia the Phillpplne*. Washington, Oct. $_.-?Kigut chris t__f, one aa American. are dead, a large ntuount of property has bceu deatroyed, and the plantatious along the , ,.<ist of the Davao, ln the south of tbfl i-lnnd of Minganao has been de raatatfld aa a.reauk of an ioanamotioa of tbfl moontainona Moro tribes in that region. BOOOrdiM '<? i dispateh received at thfl W.r Department today from Brigadier General lhivall, eoinmanding thfl Departmenl of the Pbilippines. Tbe liulf of Davao, is bemmed in wilh iinpregnitable inountains. The Moro ttibosmeu that live thero have always proved untractable. Tbe entire Moro populace is now sbowing open disaffcclion n:ul already two bands have gone out in open insur rection. plundering tbe hemp pltinta tions on tbe narrow trip of coast land that borders the guif. All of the available forces of the l'hilippine scouts whieh patrol that district are in thfl field iu porrait of tho out Moros. Brigadier Oeneral John J. Pershing, eoinmanding the district of the gulf of Davao, haa orderod two companies of the third regimeut U. 8. Infantry, and two companies of Pbilippines scouts into the field. Theoutbreak. it is said. seenis to be a combineJ in.-uvrection on the part of the. Iribesmeii against tho foreigners. PUipinoa are holdiug mass meetiiigs tbroughout the archipelago demandlwg tho resigaation of Deaa 0. Woreeeter, BflCret iry of tbe Interior for the Philip piue government. They say that bis utterauces regard? ing thfl future of the islands are respon liblfl for tbfl uprising. Tho American reddenta geuerally uphold Worcester. i'..iiih-. Iii Indlana. Indianapolis, Oct. 31?The north ern Indlana counties are tbfl ICeBflfl ot tbe elosillg oiatoliral batllos of tllO -late campaign t'ms week. Senator AIK.it .1. Beveridge and his oppoaent, John \\. Kern, are winding up tbeir flghts in tbat section. tiov. Marshall will spend pradieally all of tbis week in tlie uorthern part of tbfl state, clofling tbfl campaign for Kern al Fort W ivtie Saturday night. Benator Cummina of lowa, nfll also ilevole bis efforta lo northero Indiana for tbe republieana tbis week. Ht opena al Plymouth Uib afternoon, and , losi - ul (iosben Thuisday nigbt. Ho will be aaoompanied by form? Qoe. Durbin, GiffOrd, former chief foraflter, left on an Butomobibi tour of the aortberii counties. lt ill road Wreck. Montevideo, Minn., Oct. :U.?Work iii. ii an- today engaged in a daaperata .ffi.it io dear up ibe righl of way of tbe Mil waukee road near here as the result of a wreck jrertetday belweaa two leotiona of train Re 6 on the Ila-tiii-s an.l Pakola diusiom, iu Whieh f.-ur t... k nen were killed, an engineer and nreman Beverely burt, . s,,,,,. ,,f otbera badly brui*ed. . ai luada ..f stock were in.in rnted and i i ibi oae and half a dozen R-irs of Ibu freigbl truin were eilber I or j maabfld t>? .-pliuie-rs. Tbe -, was alao deatroyed. Women'? organizations iu New York ar lodry planning an anewer (?? Bev. , n derick Lyneh, paitor of tba IM ,ii,i Congregatioaal Church, wbo in a sermon la.-i niArlit declared than [more women are gambling today than e,ei ba forc in the bietory |of 'he world, an.l Ibat paaaion for gambling eause women to steal aud ncqlect their babies. I'ft'orts iu New York. to induce Mr. Roosevelt publicly to renounce any preiidenlial ambitiona in 1H12, in ,, I r lo clear tbo state political at inosphero, havo failed. OPZNENG AND CLOSING OF MAILS. Xoittern mails, week days, clos-i at I 4 i a in and lo 40 a ni and 1 30 p in H 15 and 10 W p m. Open at B o>) a m _ 00ui| and 5 00 p m. On Sundays Norttieira mails elose at 3 4i) a m 1 J0 p BB and 7 lb p in. Southern mails via Southern Railway Dloee Bt 1040a m 1 :tuand 10 le p m. opeu at ?00a ui and -1 ijo pm. Southern maila, via lt. F. A l*. H. K., a !i Iii u m and 11 )!?a in. an.l 800, 710and 1060 i> m, Open at Baodeaaa iu :i and lu 15 p m. Uaaaaaaa Division maila elose at 815 a m and3 SO p m. open at l_ ? and lo |f p m. Bmement Biaaeh, Southern Kailway, m-iii elose at.' 13am aad SWpaa. Opeu at :< ? i a.m. BUd s 90 p BB. Chaaapeakfl and ohio Mails elose I :?i p. ni. and lo lj p. iu. Open at Sa. in aiul I mi |>. in. WashlUffton mails elose at B 40 and 1040 a m., and 190,816, aad io:w p aa. Open al BOO a. in., 11 oo m., :iuu aud ;'. <)J p. in, Ottflfl IIouis Open atMOOa. ni. Close ali. 00 p mi Sunday Hours Open a'Jooa. ui. Close al luiio a. m. All mail should be iu llie offlce ten minutes before our Indieated time for eloatng. Carriers' Sehedule-Colleetion made on in-iile lontes ti 15and liHOa. m. and :; 00 an.l ?> 90 p. m. Full route -?; 1 j a. BB. and 6 11 p. m. Sunday eolleetlon 4 4.*i p. m. Carriers'window opon Sunday 9 00 a. m. and elose loooa. m. Deliveries made sfo a. m., 1 M p. m d 500 p. m. Wholesale Prices of Produee Flourextra. -150 Family. 100 Fanoy brands. 5 fiO Wheat, longberry. o !?'. Mixed. OM I. OM Danip aud totigh. 0 *i (,'oro. white. o ?*? Miaed. o*? Vellow. oift Com Meal . 0 70 . .... u? Oa's, ml*ed. new . 0 td .. Wl,ltn.naw. om a ota CloverSwt. ??) t M Tlmothy. 1 W * i 00 flay.;. ? * .1 St 00 Kijrin i-iiut ibitter . xi H a:taoo Ih.ttcr. Virginia, packbtt 1* oo a 'JO Ud Cholc-e Virginia. JO 00 a _5 00 Cotnnion to mlddlin-r.. 14 00 A IB UO Kg-gH. "AJ <"n) a ? 00 I.lveChlek?*n?ihens).... 014 a 0 1(1 Spring Chlekens. 0 ll I 9% Potatoes, ptt bu. 0 Tii a o 7-j ?otatoeB, bbl. '1 0*t a "i -23 Onionsi per bu. 1 00 a 1 30 Apples. per bbl. 3 09 a 4 50 Drled 1'i'BcbeB, pealed... 0 06 a 0 07 I'ork, per loo lb?. 1J Oo a lt; 00 i,aoaertrybanm... od t O'iUf Best Sugar Cured Hama. o ? a o i\x Hr.-nktast Baeon. 10 o a o i\ tiiigar-cured Shouldeni 0 134 a 0 14 Dtillc Shoulders. OU a 0 14 altSides. 0 14 a 0 16 Sugar. o oo a ooo OITA. 5i? 3 iwj conf. Su-ndard.r. 6 10 a f> *3 Oranulfttcd...".. fl ii a MO ( iffeef-Rlo. " II ?? 0 la Ufiuayia.H - M2 _ _. ? Java . -. OW a o? DBY 1100DS. New Fall $16.75 Worth $30 A vi ry spaetal purebaae 61 a surplus atoek ettabfea us to offav you in?w l-'aii Suiis, of breadelotb. aer_a,beaket wcave* aad iliau'ou'tls, in buutk und uavy blue; also aawiaat t'ail mlxtorea Tho Jaeuets are liued wltb aatln, and thfl skirts aro plain or plaited. All are tho newe?t stvlaa,aad worth 190.00. Speolal, while tbej lasi. tiii.T-A $5.00 Silk Petticoats $2.59 Black and Colors. The silk used is the :ime as you will tind la aklrts thal retallat n> aml ao, nnd, everv sliiri Is .-ui full ftidth througb bJpa; several itylea; all lengtlis. and WOrth $5. Speeial Bt | LMSBDRGH SB80. 420-426 Seven th Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. New Opera House PO?i re \ Ati?K\ ili.k. i 11 ANi.i.l' MON. AND THUUS. 10 Cents to All. Ballo Bros. McAieaii tasraa aaan Clarina Moorc * 'barieler Btngtflig Arllst Ricka Knitfht Tha Dalatjr t-ttogtnf COsbedlene. Mallnee ?Trdnredaj and f-attirday 5o Alao tataatmotiaa ptettssaaei?egflfll dailv. _ Chaliny Dishe. Our very special anl ei crlleiit tliafin^ Disa Ifl only $5.00. Oiheraupto $15.00. Coppei and nickel. R. C. ACTON Ii m Jcwelers and Silver?;iltbs PROPOSAL8. _r*' 1">KUJ'0?%_ i posala will oe re eatved until 12 oeloek noon \Ved* aaeday, Octobei wh 1910, at Um oifieo of_?< Iu t ii ... e. (orasraapiag Kmg itraat ?a other litrtfied brlok Bqaasee aa Baturday nlffhl o.-uet? tlie l.uurs ot II p in Saliir.Uy and B a. BI .Suuday for tbe term ofoaay* u Bchedule, <?odl llona an I p* Ifl* ni ma ua *>o bad tVom in. i Uy Baalnaar. I. 9 iXADHKATFJl, (!_,ai inaa < .imuiltte.) on Streets. The date tor opaninfof piopoaaU La** baaa extouded to Wokmamkoj, N'ovcm Liur 2. Iiiini A large collection of Antlque Fumi? ture, Paintings, tngravlngs, China, ete., from tlie residence of the late Cl_rleu N. Crlttenton, -309 Oronoco street, will be sold at public auction, on Thursday, November 3,1910 Commencing at 11 a m , at 119 King street, Alexandria, Va. The above conaists ol Card Tablee, Buffet, WlneChest, Linen Chest, Chln* Closet, Dresaing Tables, Hall Clock and numerous othei articles of household effects. A lare chance to obtaln genu ine antiques. THOS. CARTER, oct31 td Auctloneer. By the box, pound or tab let, with envelops to match. S.F.Dyson&Bro. BOOKSELLERS an^J STATIONERS 503 KING STREET. Xaxt to Open Jfou?r?. ___ , --,-?-??_? ,.???? __^?_B??B?B??aJMaa?Hf Mlnl.ur Baaaraaa t'-,<*tb?i?. Vlckalptn MhaV, < *< t ;* I. ?Despits tlie fact hii KMI met diMth ln foot* b.ill prar Iflf Bev. Dr. B. SHrlm* CHinn. i.et'jr of N/tt'lie' Triniiy KpUcopn Cburcb, il evfivlnced tl.at tb* game is all r.-rltt. In faet, lie believeatbatfoot ball i? niuth better eohVfii paatimi tlian Ims?-!*rtll. The minister'-* wn wa* (**iRr*t Iti a ruih wbilu pi-ectleinf in the rtfetory yard for a tnna wiih .Tcffet-si;n Ifili lary I'.lle-je. ;i: I ld-i rfktlll wai frac t.ired. Tne risf. l'r. Uunn said today thal (l.e Imv's d.aih Wa** a al?(flfl fte oident and tl.at iO?tbell vbottld not Lmj Mansed for it. It i< |fl liosfl "f inddeii midirtp i id.-nt tli?t < liumbvila.n'-i I.inimeiit , ,,, i?. ratied up"? to lake l,,e P,,ice ?' tl,.- fiin.ily d.? tor, wl.o * innot always i,e found at tlie iiHimeut. Then it i** Ihat CliamUilaiti'i thal rn?1 >1 D**J f.mud ttantinjr. In cases of sprain*. .uu, myutid>a;idt?riiitesrbamberjtin'i l..nnne.it taLc** M| tii** soreness and dri.es a-toy the pin. 8dd ly W I. Creujbton and IiicbwU Ciibsoo.