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vertise in Times-Dis? patch Want Ads. Times-Dispatch Want Ads. for the clerk you need. THB TIMBJB FOUNDED 18M. THB DIBPATCH FOUNDICD 1860. WHOLE NUMBER 17,122. RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1906 PRIOE TWO CENTS. IHE DEADLOCK IIITQJPpiT Germany May Not Give Way on Police Questlon. FRANCE WILL NOT YIELD ON THE BANK Should Forecast of Germany's Answer in Moroccan Fuss Take Place, However, the Strife Will Be Broken This Week. (By Assoclated Press.) A1.GECIRAS, March 4.-One of tho delcgatcs having a most vital Interest ln tho conference on Moroccan reforms, said to-nlght tbat a settleme'nt of thc controversy lietween Franco and Ger? many now seemed posslble, but he de cllned to make known tho llnes the ar rangement would take. Tho trend of re? cent ovents has IndlcaWd that, If any retilenient is reached,' It would rno.it likely be because France would nmke conecsslons wlth refcrence to thc bank qucstlon, aml Germany, ln return, would adopi a leaa uncompromlslng attitude concernlng ihe police. News Pleases France. (liy Assoclated Press.) PAR18, Mnrch 4.?The voting at Alge? ciras Saturday on the proposition of Blr Arthur Nlcholson, chlef of the Brll li<h delegatlon, to proceed to the Im dlate dlscusslon of the Moroccan police question gives great satlsfaction nere, .lil. liy because France haa ranged witli her b large majorlty of the powers, wnilo Gemiany ls among the small minority. Public tenslon was mch over the FVanco-Oerman controversy that the vote was welcomed both as a success and as idiowlrtg that France was able to count upon thc almost unbroken support of J_tiropc French offlclais have clalmed for some tlme that lf a vote were posslble It would glve FVance a sweeplng majorlty. 11 appears that yesterday's divlslon dld not produce a ,recordod vote, yet tho powers allgnod themselves wlth sufrlcient preclslon to nmount to a vote. All tne French Journnls glve the divlslon In tho form of n vote, Ihe eight voting ln the afTlrmatlvo belng France. Great Brltnln. Russla, Spain, Portuga". the I'nlted Btates, Italy and Holland. and the nega? tlve three belng Germany. Austrlu. and M irOCCO. The officlals had even consid? er..1 Austrta ns douhtful. and Iind Aus trla balloted ln th* afllrmntlve. U?e entire vot?? of Europe and Am?rlc-i Would have been rnneed nn the slde of France. The seml-offlclal Temps seem to ac? cept the declslon of the conference as a vote In favor of "raneo's propossts. say? lng: "Tlie vote. though referrlng lo n questlon of procrdure, is valtinhle to >is. from nidre thnn one vlewpnlnt. Nnt only hnve Grent Brltaln. Spain, Fuissla and the I'nlted Statea clcarlv arihered to our Idens. whlch was fores-en. but Italy, Bel Kium. Portugal nnd Holland unhesitntlngly recognlzed our proposition." The Temps' correspondent at Alge? ciras. however, polnts out that "the vote refers merely* ro proeerlure, sltrnlfylng the deslre of the conference to attain a result. At the same tlme the charncter nnd Import nf the actlon of the deleirates Wlth referen'co to procedure should not l>o mlnlml.ed." The result nlso affects the dlplomatlc Htatus of . tbe controversy. Germany wnnts to settle the bank questlon before thnt of tli| police. but Franco does not wlsh to grant cr>ncen?!ons on the bank ur.tll she Is sure that Germany will make u reclprocal move concernlng the police. Therefnre. the declslon of the conference to consider the police questlon requlrea that Germany shall say whether she ls or Is not prepnreil to change her atti? tude relatlve to the police. Germany's answer wlll thus detormlne whether J-'rance wlll yield on the bank questlon. The Indlcatlons are that lf Germany re fuses to glve wny on the police. Frnnce wlll not yield on tlie hiink, thus nccen tuatlng the former deadlock by carrylng lt Into the open conference. CANNOT FRANK "PATRIOTIC STUDIES" fBv Assoclated rress.) WASHINGTON, March 4.?Tho post ' niaster-genernl has rendered n docislon ln tlie c.'ise nf the use by tlie Inter? natlonal Refortn Bureiiii. of whlch Kev. AVIIftir F. Crafts, of this clty, Is sitpor Intcndent, of the frank of a member of Congress. to trnnsmlt In the malls. free of postage, matter not frnnkahle Tbe declslon nfflnns the rullng of thn thlrd risslstant postmnster-genernl that the friook entltled "Patrlotlc Studles," which had been clrculated bv the bureau under frank, ls not u "publlc document prlnlnd hy order of Congress,'' and is not, under the law, entltled to trans misslon In the malls, free bf postage, under a frank of a member of Congrcss. MANY NOMINATIONS FOR MEMPHIS MEETING (By Associated Press.) MEMPHIS. TENN.. Mnrch 4,-P.nclng Interests here are Intensely Interested In to-morrow's meeting of the Western Jockey Club stewards, as n declslon is oxpecter] on the nppllcation of the new Memphls Jockey Club for raclnc dates for a twenty-ono day spring meeting to begin on April 16th. Jhe usunl stnkes nre announced for declslon, Includlng th" TennessM derby nnd oaks, nomlnatlors for whlch elosed a year ago, nnd tho entrles to close to-morrow. Al ready Secretary Macfarlan hns re? celved numerous nominations, and the meeting promlses to be very siiccssful. SENSATONAL STORIES* OF MASSACRE DENIED (By Assoclated Press.1 MEXICO CITY, March 4.?Tlie govern? ment ofllclal Gazolto has puhllshed somo Interestlng documents regardlng tho con? dition of affairs In tho Ynqut country, ln tho State nf Sonora, together wlth atatements mndo by the mnnagers or "bonaflde mlnlng companles, whlch deny the pensationnl storles of massacres and outrages telegrnphod ahroad. ? A story that the ehivf'aln of the Ynquis, who had surrendered'to the government forees hnd boen shot. Is denled by respon aible American residen'ts ln Sonora; also tlie story that the Vaquls lillled one hun dre.d men near Herinoslllo, capltal nf the Btato of Sonora. ls denled absoliitely. The government of tho Stnte of Sonora reported that the Yaqul sltuatlon IS an exact reproduction at tho preaent day of tho nomadlc hrlgandage of Ihe Apaclies 1n the Unlted States ln former years. There is no State, as hasbeen olalmed In rex>orts, telegraphed from thls country. AMBA98ADOR WHITE, AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVE, BEING QREETEO AT ALGECIRAS. The end of thls week wlll practlcally mark the termlnatlon of the Morocco Conference, and unless Germany take* a more EUROPEAN WAR CLOUD PASSING Algeciras Debate Drawing to Close. threatenlng atep the Algeciras war cloud, wKteh for weeka has hung over Europe, wlll have been dlapelled and the varlous deleoatea wlll have departed for thelr homes. Few student* of the sltuatlon now belleve that war wllt retult, but many foresee that the fallure of tho conference wlll be followed by a state of polltlcal tenslon, whlch wlll bo a standing menace to the peace of the world. The aubject of possibie medlatlon haa been* s'uggasted In dlplomatlc circles ever alnce Germany** apparently uncompro mlslng attltude towarda Franee wa* flr?t made clear. The Unlted State*, speclfically mentloned a* the possibie medlator, wlll not now or later, accordlng to Mr. Whlte, the American delegato, appear In the proceedlngs In that atrenuous capaclty. IN ISLE OF PIIES American Soldiers and Warships Being Used to Subdue Ameri? can Citizens. PROBABLY RESORT TO ARMS Peaceful Little Island "May Soon Bc Scene of Terrific Conflict. (From Our Regular Correspondent.') WASHINGTON, D. C. March 4.?The spectacle of American soldiers and war? ships belng used In subdulng American cltizens flghtlng against the oppresslon of the Cuban government mny be pre? sented on the Isle of Plnos, and that be? fore a very long nerljid of time Inter venes. Secretary Root has declared- that the power of the American government wlll be exerted to suppross any effort whlch the L'nlted SLates cltizens on tho Isle of PInes may make to throw off Cuban domlnutlon. and It is becomlng npparent that such an effort wlll cer talnly be mado lf thc Senate ratlfles the treaty to confirm the soverelgnty of Cuba over tlie little island. Ivotters received horo by Captaln Joslah ti. Pearcy from the Isle of PInes. where hls brother. Samuel H. Pearcy, nlong wlth it number of .American cltizens of Tvi'.neasee and oiher States have been for several years, llving upon property ln whlch they Investod under the lmpres slon thut tho Island was American ter? ritory, Indlcated an ugly condltlon of affalrs. Cuba Grows Offensive. Informatlon that ii majority of the Senate Foreign Relations Commlttee fa vored the ratlllcatlon of the treaty wlth Cuba, cedlng to il the Isle of Pines, seems to have Inclted tho Cubans not only to offensive arrogance, but oppres slve meapiires toward American cltizens. A. B. Moorke, n cltlzen of Iowa, was arrested about tbo mlddle of Februnry and placed ln Jall at Kueva Goronn, Isle of Plnos, for contempt of court. He re fused to pay a Cuban war tax. ,Other8 propose to refuso to pay thls tax, and nunierous arrests are expected. Captaln Pearcy looks for the arrest nnd Imprls onment of hls brother and tho leadlng Amerieans on the Island. The Amerieans nre wlliing to suffer rather thnn onncede that there ls any Justice ln taxinV thom to pay tho Cuban soldiers; thnt thoy wlll reslst further oppresslon wlth force of arms Is not at all improbablo. Only (Contlnued on Flfth Page.) Bible Presented By King Edward to Rest on President's Gift. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WILLrAMSBL'RG, VA.,' March l.-It was nmnounced by tho rector of Bruton chureh thls mornlng thnt Presldent Roosevelt hnd promlsed to present the congregation of the chureh a lecturn upon whlch tho Blble to bo presented by King Edward shall reBt. Those gifts will con nect the honds of the two groutost na tlons of tho earth wlth the rostorntiori of tho chureh. Bruton ' chureh Is the oldest Engllsh Eplscopal chureh on tho Amerlcnn contl? nent. Thore nre snid to he Cathollc churches ln Callfornla and Mexlco whlch antldate tho foundation of tho Bruto.n ohiirch. The chureh ls'ln possesslon of? a service presented by Queen Auue, , of England, to tho chureh nt Janiostown, whlch chureh was later taken over by the Bruton parish. ii STEP" Rev. W. A. Cooper Says One is Stupid, the Other Hideous. THEATRE MANAGERS HONEST They Do Not Profess to Be Moralists, But Give What Is Wanted. Rev. XV. A. Cooper, pastor of St. James Methodlst Chureh, preached a powerful sermon last nlght on the theme, "The Love or Fun." Hls text waa taken from Luke, 12-19; "Eat, Drlnk and Be Merry." Ho spoke ln part as follows: "To attempt to preach on tho underly- ! Ing motlves of llfe ls In the beginning to meet wlth a very great obstacle. The dllliculty Is, that out of the great mass ( of humanlty, so few have a settled and dellnlte aim In llfe. They aim at noth? ing but the pleasure of the passlng mom? ent. These aro as drlftwood upon the tlde, blown hither and thither by every | passlng wlnd. To stu*y themselves that j they mlght understand the underlylng or controlllng motive of their llfe, ia foreign to thelr ideas. Yet I fear that I If many, even so-called Chrlstlan und I intelllgent young men and women, stopped to analyze thelr motlves, they I would find that the love of fun ls the ! controlllng prlnciple of thelr llves. Thelr highest conceptlon of llfe is to havo I some fun. Life is slmply a play-ground, a toy, the sport of the passlng moment. *Eat, Drlnk and Be Merry' ls ihelr motto. "Now ln what I shall say upon thls theme, I do not wish to be understood j to depreclate Innocent amusement. The I deslre and capaclty for enjoyment was I created by Him who made us and fash- j tcned! llke unto Hlmself; God is a God ! of feellng?of inflnite capaclty for pleas ure and for paln. Josus of Nazureth, | our Savlour, Ilved a wholesome, happy, j social llfe. He attended weddlngs, was I found nt banquets glven ln hls honor, I nnd some of hls notnble saylngs wero j delivered as ufter-dlnner speoches. j That old fictlon that Jesus never smtled I was born of a rcllglon that continually j looked upon a cruclfix and chanted Us mlserles. Jesus, of Nnzareth was not nn nscotlc; for Chrlstlanlty does not put an ombargo on laughlng. Some may yet be? lleve that to be religious Is to be sad nnd solemn?as If llfe was nothing but a funeral pjocesslon. For rellglon ls not sad-faecd, sopulchral toned or meloncho ly. That ls the ghost of and old Idea walklng amid the tombs qf tho dend past. Tho first frult of Chrlstlanlty Is Joy?'a Joy unspoakahle and full of glory.' Rellglon would have us retaln our nn turoil houynncy und cheerfulness, yet piotoct us from thnt "whlch would rob us of our InnouensQ nnd virtuo. "Our onjoyments nre rought to bo a means unto a nobler aml?tlie maklng of n-anhood. They aro glven us for furnlsh? ing aiul completlon. Not the Pxirpose of Life. r wish to cniphatlcally protest ugnlnst maklng plonsuro tho end of )lfo. Thero nre thoso ln our mldst who do so. It is tholr mont and drlnk. Thoy look upon lt as tho chlef good. lf they hnppen to bo rlch, they rush across the contl nonts nnd ovor tho so.is, chusln'g tho phimtoni of passlng pleasuro. Llke the rloh fool ln the parable, they say Soul, soul. tuke thlno oaso. ont, drlnk nnd bo merry,' Indmli-nee, gluttony, drunken ness and llcentlousness ls thelr eonoep tlon of llfo, ln tholr idlonoss, folltaa and frlvolltlos, thoy nro the contumpt of msn wlth red blood In thelr volns und brulns j in tholr hoada. lf thoy are poor, thoy rush from houso to houso, from one ploasurolmo nnother, untll they rob tlieniH.-lvo8 nf tholr yitullty nnd health. Thls. mad rush- for pleasure ls rohblng mnny of our people of .nll hlgher thoiights "nf llfe, Many?of our women huvon't time to bo mothers, and thoso thnt aro (Continucd on Blglith Page.) JOHM D.. JR.. PUOTS AHD LEAVES SUNDAY SCHOQL Young Rockefeller Couldn't Stand Criticism of His Joseph Trust Sermon. (Speclal to The Tlmes-DIspatch.) NEW YORK, March 4.?John D. Rocke? feller, Jr., absented hlmself to-day from hls Sunday school class, and dld not even follow hls custom of scndlng word that he would not be present. Members of the class who are ln Mr. Rockefellcr's confldence sald he was incer.sed over remarks made by Dr. Charles P. Fagnanl, of tho Unlon Thcoloif-r-l -C. Minary. Br. Fagnanl harkej. ba*Slt"to a sermon dellvered to hls class by Mr. Rockefeller, In whlch the latter lauded Joseph to the skles and commendcd him for hls historic flrst corner ln corn. Dr. Fagnanl brnnded Joseph a "Klng's Jackal," and sald he should be held up to the obloquy of all men. He said Joseph not only robbed tbe peoplo of Egypt of thelr corn, but ninde slaves of them for a klng. Young Mr. Rockefeller read thls ser? mon ln the newspapers, and conflded to several members of hls class his oplnlon of lt. He thought Dr. Fagnanl had gono out of his way to hold hlm up to rldl cule. The; Times-Dispatch CLASSIFIED COLUMNS, MARCH 4, 1906, PUBLISHED 383 Classified or Want Ads., 51 Ads. for Male Help, 24 Ads. for Female Help, 30 Ads. for Agents and Salesmen, 278 other Mlscellaneous Want Ads. The number of users of TIMES DISPATCH WANT ADS. ls rapidly increasing, because they are abso lutcly necessary to keep ln close touch wlth the wants of the people of Rlchmond and 'Virginia. Opportunities -are ever present to advertisers ln Times - Dlspatch Want Ads. Don't Neglect Yours. lf you are Interested wrlte to The T'mcs-Dlspntch Want Ad, Depart .ment, Rlchmond, Va., or 'phone 549 for the Want Ad. Man. THE WEATHER Forecast: Virginia-Falr Monday, colcl er In east aud ceatral portions; T.ilosduy Increasing clpudincssj fresii west wlnds'. North iCnrollmi-Fair Monday nnd Tuesday; light west to north wlnds. Gpnditions Vesterday. Richmond's (\veatih"r wna elear and moderatu. Teniporuture nt midnight, u>. Ponditiqi*- in Importdnt Cttici, (At 8 P. M? Bastern Timo.) PlttCO. Thor. lllgli. T. Weathoi. Ashovllle, x. c. 4i ? ci"nr Augusta . 51 ill Clear - I'liiirliitlu . r.J 5il Cle.ir GhlQtttrO. I'"'.? -O *J ,SlV>\v I'lni'lniiutl, O. :io s: . Snow Huttero., N,. C. 01 i!.' cio.ir M.tillc-. oo , oi Cl<-_r New fork clty. M iu Clear Norfolk, Vu. C0 ?. Clear Raleigh . 52 00 ci. nr Siiviinaali . ... ol I'lrui W'asliliigtoii . 'ii .'.v ciiv r Wtlliilnirtoil. W OS Clear Miniature A^manac. ? Mnroh. 5. lUOii. Suu rt.es.fijlf. HKIH TlDJu. Sun sets.0:0(1 Mornlng.l.:ll Moou sets.&;$& Kvijuliig,,,,,.,..i.;Lj "GRAND OLD MAN" OF THE U. S. ARMY HAS PASSED AWAY General John M.Schofield Died.Suddenly atSt. Augustine Last Night?Death Removes Last Soldier Who Occupied a Very High Post of Command in Actual Warfare. (Ry Assoclated Press.) C ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., March 4.? Lleutenant-Qeneral John M. Schofield, Unlted States army, retired, dled at 8:30 o'clock to-nlght. He .was attacked thls mornlng wKh cerebral hemorrhage. Hls wlfe and young daughter were wlth him. Wlth the death of General Scofleld the laat aurvlvlng army commander during tho Clvll War haa passed away. The funeral services wlll be held at the resldence In time for the remalns to leave on a traln for Washlngton that leaves here to-morrow afternoon at 5:55 o'clock. (By Assoclated Press.) WASHINGTON. D. C? March 4.?Gen? eral John M. Schofield, who died to-nlght at St. Augusttne, Fl.i., was Secretary' of XVar during 1S6S-'G!>, .ind hls careor was marked by a contituiotiH servteo In the army from the tlmo he. entered West Polnt ln 1819 untll ho retired, September 29, 1SD5, wlth tho "rank of lloutenunt genoral, the highest mllltary honor then permltted by law of Congress. Hls com? mand of tho army .exteniloil from 1SSS to 1895. Slnce hls retlremont from the army he hns mado freqtiont vlslts to V ushlngtoti, though he l.i.i.'---n-wpniotie.? onch year to spend hls wlnter In Florlda and the summer ln th? East. He was u well known momber of tho Loynl I.eglon. and for two terms was its i-ommnnde.r-ln chlef. Ho was sevonty-four years of age. WARRIOR HAD LONG MILITARY CAREER Was in' Virginia During Recon struction Days?His Mission to Franee. Death has ctosed the mllltary caroer of Lleutenant-Gonoral John M. Schofield. The Wnshlngton Post, In referrlug to General Scliofield's retlrement from the command of the army In 1S95. glves tlils sketch of hls llfo nnd career: General Schofield has beon a proml? nent flgure ln the history of the 1,'nltod States during and slnce the war, aiul hls record Is a most credltable one. He was born ln Chautaurjua county.- X. Y., Sop ttmber 29, 1831, and ivas appointed u endet at tho Mllltary Aeademy from Illl? nols ln 1H49. At tho ago of twenty two years he wns grnduatod Xo. 7 In tho class of 1S33. Genernl P. II. Sherldan ond Genernl J. B. McPhcrson were mem? bers of the samo class. On gradtiatlou young Schofield wus mado a brevet sec? ond lloutennnt of artlllery, and asslgned to duty. flrst nt Fort Moultrle, S. C, nnd siibsoiitiontly lu Florlda. In 1S00 Genernl Schofield, then a flrst lleutenant of nrtlllery on spoclnl duty at the mlll? tary aeademy, npplled'for leave of nb sonco, wlth n vlew to acceptlng a pro fcssorshlp In Washlngton Universlty. St. Louls. oxpectlng to roslgn hls army com? mission at the ond of hls leuvo. At tho lnstance of Oenorul Rcott thnt leavo wns mnde to Includc au ontlro yonr, on tho ground nf "Lloutennnt Schofiold's groat uwrit." AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR. KIglit months nfter tho grantlng of thla leavo tho Clvll War broke out, antl Llou? tennnt Schofield was ordcr-nl to inuster Into tho sorvlce of tho lTnlted States tho threo-montlis troops callpd out by the Presldent. and directed to nssemhlo at St. Louls. Hc* ronderod good service In the organization of troops west of th* M'sslsslppl ln tlio early part of tho war. nnd aftorward sorved. ns chlef of stuff to Genernl Lyon, who hnd coni manil of the nnny hastlly organlzed nt St. Txiuls. He wns wlth General Lyon during the inemorablo campalgn tliat rlosed wlth G.-noral Lvnn's iloath nt WIIhou's frook. On thls (blooily Held, whero one-thlrd of all tho Unlorj truoiis engaged wor-> killed or wounded,, Gen orril Scliofield's ronilui-t was reported ns h-n-lng hisplrod the oontlib-noo of tho troops by hls i-oolnoss nnd hravi-ry. f-'oon after ih'lw h? wns nppolniod brlgiulU-i general of volunteora, nn.l wns charged wlth the orgnrtlantlon. criulpmoiit tmd filsclpllno of tlu* Mlssiitirl troops, In 1SK2 ho orgnnlxeil tho army of tlio frontlor. for oporatlons In Mlssmirl aml Arhaiisns, nnd soon drove the Con.fedoratn nnny out of thnt peotlon of tho country. Hy thU-tlnio ho Iunl nttalin-il tho rfink of mnJor-KPnornl of volunteors, nml, ui Aprll. 1863,' ho took .-oniinniul uf . th" Thlrd Hlvlslon, Fourtepnt'h Arniv GorpB (Arm*- of the Ouinhorliind). flolinfleljl ..?ui ihon, 1*1 May 1S?B, ordoretl Im-lc lo Mlssourl. ? WiTll T1T13 AHMV OF TIITS OHTO, As the rcsult of hln valuable servlcs ln Mlssourl, (li-iii-ral Bchorield was, iip.ni tho ajvplli-allun of ('ioni-inl Grant, trans (Contliuied on Elghth-Pugo.) GENERAL OFFICES Hanclsome Buildihg's and Valuable Records Totally Destroyed By Fire Yesterday. TUGS AND APPARATUS CALLED Head Officials Arrive From Cuban Trip Whilc Fire Was in Proerress. (By Associatedi Press.) PORTSMOCTH, VA.f Murch 1.?The general ofrice bulldlag of the Seaboard Alr Line Rullwuy hore was ontlrely de? stroyed, except the walls. by a flre which started at S:S0 o'clock this mornlng, and whlle the moiietary loss waa only ap proxlmate'ly $23,000, '.there wero many vnl uable records and olTlolnl papers of thu road destroyed. The building cost about KM.OOO and thu loss Is estlmated nt one half that nmount, tlm walls belng appa reutly Intuct. f Presldent Barr, whoso offlco was in the liurm-d building, and Vleu-Prcsldcnt E. F. Cost, of tlie Seaboard. reached Ports? mouth from thelr Cuban trlp Just as tho llre had been gotten under conlrol. Thu presldent lost many valuable paper3 aml records. Thc followlng officlals lost practlcally all of thelr records by llre: R. B. Mc Can. auditor of frelght recelpts; T. XV. Roby, comptrolter; C. II. IIIx, general superlntemlent; 1-',. 3. Cunhlnghur^, car service ugent; T. II. AVrlght, auditor passenger recelpts, and E. T. Rosenner, auditor of dlsbursenients. Other records wero partlally burned nnd destroyed by water. Tho only officlals who lost noth? ing were Genenil Passenger Agent C. B. Ryan and Frelght Clalm Agent O. U. Bldwell, Jr., whoso offlces were lu nn other hulldlng. Many rtver tugs nnd the government llre apparatus from tho navy yard were called out. but tho flro galned prreat hi'itilwny, :is tlie result, lt ls sald. of lack of wator pressure. Thero wero "llV. n:rn employed in tho biiildlnp. and all were away ovor Sun? day. Tho rirospccts, lt is siild, nre that Uie biiilillne: wlll he replncod wlth n much lnrger one. although thero Is somo tnlk of tho general offlces bolng moved to Xorfolk, ns was planned somo tlme ngo. Presldent Barr and othor officlals are nrrahfflng for tomporary offlces in Portsnioiith. Bounties for Canadians. In an endeavor to foster home indus? tries Ihe Canadlan government has es? tablished n mtmbor or bounties to bo pald to manufnctiirors and miners which durlng tho p:ist. year aggragated U.fWO. O00 on Iron nnd steel products, JMI.OOO on lead, *333,OO0 on criido petrolcttm nnd Jl.,000 ou Maiilla flbrc. L0H6WORTHS HEAGH THEIR C1PIT1L President's Sou-in-Lavv Will Im mediately Resume His Legis lative Duties. (By A.'Niiii:iti'.i p'resao WASHINGTON, March (.?Reprosentu tlve und. Mrs. N'lcholaa "i,ohg\vorth rc tinneil to Washlngton to-day frotn Crfia. to whlch place thoy j;)i:rned ufior their weddlng. Thoy occuiili'd a private ??nr attached io u rcgular traln of the, S.mtii ern lbilhviiy, w.hlch arrtvod liore.it jc.ii O'Qloclc tliis mornlng, Tin-y wero met ;.( the ? tmln by Mr. I.onsrworth's prtv.i*" secretary, and drove luiiuodl.itely to Mr. Lotygworth'n lys-iit n,'o rti Elghteentli Street, wh.re thoy havo talten up their home. Mr, I.ongwortli' wlll Iniiiiediaiely resume lils lc?lslaUvfc _utloa at tho CuuU-l. ' FOH jMITIK Final Week Will be Full of Heavy and Spir Ited Debates. FIGHTJUDICIARY BILL AGAIN TO-DAY If Measure Goes Through Caucua Will Be Held to Nominate Candidatcs?Report of In- j vestigation Commit? tee to Be Made Up This Afternoon. A week ot fetrenuous life lies befor* tho Virginia law mekers, baglnnlng wltfc thls mornlng and thero promlses to be no surceaso untll the work ot" the ses Blon ends Saturday nlght. Both Houses will meet at 11 o'clock tlii? mornlng, and wlll hold two and somo tlmes threo scsslons durlng tho week. There will he no extra session. That House has alroady settlod the proposi tlon by formal vote, and a gentlcman connectcd wlth the Senate, said fcist nlght that tho upper brancli had "de lerminod It without determlnlnK- lt for? mally." This Is no doubt true, as lt has never boen thought tho Senate de- I slrr.d nny extcnslon. Nelther does the Governor, and he does not hcsltate lo say so; so the last avenuo leadlng to ar. extraordlnary session haB beun elosed. This settled. condition then makes' It curtain that there wlll bo no extcnslon and that the work of tho session wlll end Salurdny nlght, though tho body wlll bo construutlvely In session for several daya next -week, In order to allow the Gover? nor to attach hls slgnature to tho lata bllls passed, In tho manner prescrlbed by the Constitutlon. No quortim need be expeoted after Saturday nlght, however, and none ls required. It would cause no surprlse If tho final working session should run far Into the morning hours or next Sunday, ns a great many mem? bers have Important bills whose passage they earnestiy deslre. Many Special Orders. The calondars of both llousi-s aro cori gested with special orders and other nieasures not so fortunate, but which are regarded of pe'cullar niov-ni..nt, elther iocally or generally, The matter of perhnpa thn most Im peratlvo lnterest to nll tho poople. wblch ls not yet n llnalltj', is tha gen.?ral ap? proprlation blll, which has passed both houses, and whlch is now in a joint com? mlttoe of conference. The two bodles wlll get togetlier in a few days on tho ulsagrcfting votcs botween thoin, and tho Niensuro wlll tlion go to tho Governor for hls slgnature. Tho general blll car rlos, in round nunibers, $4,000,000 for tho two fiscal years. Then tliere is a sup plementnry approprlation measure pond Ing, whlch wlll pass, und whloh cnrrlea a total sum of about ?41u,0(W. Tlils pro? vldes r'or tho Jamestown Exposltlon, for bcnuniC'yin* the Capltol Square, nml makes special approprlatlons for varlous Stato Instltutlons. It Is belleved thnt thls trpeelal omnlbns approprlation blll wlll pass both housos easlly In time to reaeh the Governor. and tlmt It wlll be come law. Move to Dischargo. Motlons to dischargo qpnimttteea and to take bllls up out of thelr ordor galoro nre expected ench day In both houses, nnd somo of theso motlons will provoko splrltt-d, If not ln some instnnces bltter, flghts among the members. Thero are a number of bills nmendlng tho charters of towns, requlrlng' slxty-scven votes, over whlch i-ontroverslos are expected, nnd vnrlous members hnvo dlspensary mensures. whleh are yet hanging fire. Comblnntlons wlll be mnde In order to get these bllls before the main bodles, and many of them wlll cnuso much de bnte. Another big flght is expoctod in tho House to-day over tho blll to crento flve new judlclal elrcults, nnd a good deal of further oratory Is expected. Re mnrkable as thls may soeni, tho measure failed Saturday by a mere fractlon of a vote. It wns then reconsldered, and wlll be voted upon ngaln to-day. If tho blll shall pass, as now seems likely, thero wlll be a contest ln only one of tho proposed now elrcults. A young Loudoun lnwyor named Turnor is apparently tho winner in the northern Virginia clrcult, while Mr. T. N. llu.un is tho man from Rocklngham. Where the Fight Is. Ilon. XV. E. Burnn, of Russcll, Is to be tlie judge In the Southwest clrcult, nnd Colonel R. E. Boykin. of Islo of AVIght, ln the ono It Is proposed to projride for eastern Vlrglnln. If all these gentlomen shall land wlthout trouble, hut ono con? test will exlst and this wlll be in tho proposed new Twenty-nlnth, to be com posod of tho countles of Nelson. Amhorst, Buckingham nnd Fluvnnnn. There are two avowed condldatos ln tlie tiold t?t present. They nro Ilon. Bcnnett T. Gor? don, of Nelson, and Hon. E. XV. Hubard, of Buckingham. Thoy aro Common wenlth's attornoys for tholr rosiiectlve cnunttes, and both served ln tho Constl tutlonnl Convontlon. Othor names nion tloncd as possibie candidatos are thouo of Mr. L. C. Scott, of Amhorat; Mr. Paul PetMt, of Fluvanna, and Hon. W. G, Lovlng:. of Nelson, ln tho ovent of tho passngo of tha jiulli-lnry blll iind rliut to'crcate a bureau of Insuranco, a Joint cauetis wlll be necessary In order to tho sclcctlon of cnnillilati's for the places. Colonel Joseph Button is aluto.i for i-ommlssioner of in? surance, aiid wlll prclbably havo no op- . posltlon for thc placo.. Tho blll Is now pondlng before tho Senato, .havlng al? ready pns&ed the House. Tho Wllllnm*} antl-compact Iho insuranco blll occuplrfs a llke status. It Is now ln tho Sonato CiMitinlttiv on Genarnl Laws, whore it wlll likely remnln, owing to the great tiiass of othor work whlch hns rlght of way ovor It. For Apointment. The Senato Ins stlll another Impor tnnt niensuro beforo lt whlch has passod th>> House, and thn-t Is tho one whlc.'i provldes for tha appolntment of com mlsslonera of the rovenue hy tha Clrcult Courts. There nre a number of Impor? tant Senate Ibllls pendlng bv the House . ns well, aud thero wlll be no lack of htuil work during the wsak. Hon. Davld B! Powers, Jr., of Caroline,