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A Predigested Liquid-Food For Convalescents. Young Mothers, Growing: Children, the Overworked, Old Folks?all who need health and strength, a keen appetite and good digestion? SER BUSCH 'S ? Malt-Nutrine builds Firm Flesh, Restores Brain and Nerve Force?Because the strength=giving elements of Pure Barley Malt and the nerve-building properties of Hops in predige s ted form, are almost instantly assimilated by the system, and provide a Quick, Sure, Natural Tonic. Sold by all Druggists and Grocers. Prepared by Anheuser=Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis U. S. A. (Lg*u*- ;.' ? a p. t-i LT. FROM INJURIES Death List From Disaster on the Kearsarge Now Numbers f Seven Persons. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, April'15.?The Navy De? partment to-day received a telegram from Admiral Brownson, reporting Hint Lieu? tenant Joseph W. Graeme, gun umpire, who was Injured In tho explosion aboard the battleship Kearsarge In Cuban waters .Friday, Is dead; that the condition of Wil? liam King, ordinary seaman, an?] Fred urlok T. Fisher, chief gunners-mute, Is jii-nvo, and that all others injured in tliat disaster are doing well. Tho death of Lieutenant Graeme, which the dispatch says occurred yester? day, Increases the death list from tue disaster, to soven persons In all, two uf whom were' commissioned oflicers. . Acting Secretary of tile Navy Newbor ry to-day received a dispatch from the father of Lieutenant Clriiomo, xt Wilkes liarre, Pennsylvania, and In. accordance ' with his wishes and those of the family ?t Lieutenant John M, Uudglns, the oilier olllcer killed, their bodies will be eent to tjils country on the ilrst available .vessel, Simular notion will bo taken re? garding tho bodies of the seamen killed. If their families or next of kin desires that this bo done. , It Is expected that tho vessel? which have been conducting target practico will Jii.vo Mulshed their work before the pres? ent week Is out and must of them will bo on their way Ninth to New York or ?tin r ports, LIEUT. HUDGINS WELL KNOWN HERE [Was Schoolmate of Dr. A. L. Gray?Married Short i Time Ago. Lieutenant John Melt?n lluclglns, who (ivas killed by the explosion on ihn Keiir Bnrgo Friday, was the son of Mr. George |I. Iluilglns, of Columbia, Vn. JIo formerly lived. In Palmyra, Pluvaiinn county, and ?HlHe Hiero wns ti sclioolimtto at ? the ?Havanna- High School with Dr. A. L. Ulray, of this oily. As u student, ho jriulo a murk for himself by his ability li iniitlicniatles, und al tin? timo ul' hin d, ?nil hud more than fulfilled his proinlso ji that branch of seli-nee. When only sixteen yeais old, I.lculennul Biiidglns began making lila way In lifo \>v teaching sciiool. in ?*'? he received an appointment to Annapolis from tho 'Tenth Congressional District by lito lain Mr. Hairy St. licurgo Tucker, lie rc-L-clvoil ninny privileges ?mil advantages (U Annapolis on luyounl of his excellent work llioro, again showing Ills ability li ninllioniiitl?s, and.'inking a deep in driest hi the- study'Of wireless telegraphy. About twu years ago Lieutenant Jluilgjns married Miss Arabella Mornn, , *vhyso hiuin! was In Charli'ittesvlllo, anil who l* well known- In society both -there ?nil in llli'linioiul. | le. lea ves niaiiy cluse .friendu tluuiiglioiit ' Vli'ifinlft to mourn lik> -***?? '11 THINGS THA T THE WORLD WILL BE DOING THIS WEEK Senate to Resume Discussion of Rate Bill?Free Alcohol Bill in House?Celebration in Honor of Benjamin Franklin. Speeches on the railroad rato bill will he a feature in the United States Senate the present week. There. Is no imme? diate prospect for securing"-Su" agreement upon a time for voting upon tho bill. No one lyis at any time counted upon getting- such an agreement until the general speeches should lie exhausted, and tlierc nie a sufllclent number of the.He already in slghl "to consume the entire week. BoyOiid ilic fnet that Senate.^ Ilep burn will speak to-day, no order of do livery has been agreed upon. Senator Tlllmnn lias stated that Sena? tor I.aKollotte would probably tie ready to proceed Tuesday, but the senator him? self Is not apparently prepared to say whether ho will be. If ho docs not tnke the Moor Tuesday, ho will ask lo he heard later In the week. It Is understood he will lake advanced ground for stringent legislation. It Is not improbnble that the Junior -Wisconsin Senator will bo followed Immediately by Ills colleague, Senator Spooner, who will devote his especial attention to the points raised by Senator Biilloy, and will reply to ihe Texas Senator's contention that Congress has a right to limit tho injunc tlve powers of tho lower United States courts, in nil probability his speech win provoke .considerable debate, and undoubt? edly It will ooyipy tyj entire day if not more time, Other Senators who will be heard during the week or later are Messrs. Foster, CTark, or Arkansas, and Daniel. Week in the House. The feature of tho week in the National House of Tlepronentallves Is to Ix, tho passage of the free alcohol bill. As this 'mensure deals with tho revenues of the country, and might possible be considered tlio vehicle on which to load political capi? tal, especially by the minority, it Is to bo brought up to-day under suspension of tlie rules, Monday Is the regular suspension day, nnd bills linnalod under this order nro noi subject to amendment. The method of proceedure Is to "move to suspend tho rules" nnd bills" to this motion, an?"!.' "second" may bo demanded, which, If ordered? carries with It forty minutes' of del/ate both for and, against tho bill, at the- expiration of which time tho only i|iiestion which can ho put Is "ahull tho rules ho ?suspended nnd the bill passed," 'Phis cuts off all opportunity for amend? ment. Tho oilly alternative method of handling thin bill to prevent Its uso ?is an Issue mnker, wnuhl bo to bring- It In under tho protection -of n special rulo i which would limit d?balo to a specified j time, and also prohibit amendment. < Tliei-e Is little opposition to tho Mil | llsejf, the only lask connected with Its i piiHsiiBe being to prevent Its being used for t.he purpose of priiduclnt? u record for! olbor revenue form propositions. i relisions arc (?, have tlio rieht of w>v ! Tuesday, and on that day nlro the up- | pioprlatltui hill for the disirlct of (.'o- i ?umhin will he reported. This bill will j be Inken up Wedni'sdny an,) will serve , ni? the legislative topic for I lie balance Of the week. ?' , The sundry civil appropriai Ion bill is ! now. "cm the ways" In the Appropria? tions Committee room, The !igrlenltur,;?l appropriation Ij/ll \p understood, to he (Ije next hi order after i tlm passugo of the district hill, 1 The pure food bill and the hill ameuUl-Hi( the naturalization laws may be called up at any time when an appropriation bill is not under consideration. Franklin Celebration. Two nations this week will Join In pay. lug homage to the memory of Benjamin Franklin. In Paris a notable celebra? tion will be held Prldny on the occasion of the unveiling of a statue of Franklin, near the site of the homo ho occupied when American minister to France. In Philadelphia the American' Philo? sophical 'Society, founded by Franklin, will hold an international celebration, April !7th-20th, .of the bl-centennlal of bis birth. Tlfesc dates were chosen to secure' the presence of the representa? tives of the government at Washington; of tho Institutions which conferred de groes upon Franklin, and; of the socie? ties of which he was a member. The ceremonies will close .with com? memorative addresses on Friday, by Joseph IT. Chonte, Into ambassador to Cirent Britain; President Kllot, of Har? vard, ?'j^s 'Or. Horace H. Furness, the Shakespearean scholar. Trial of Minister. Tho trial of Ihn Row Dr. Algernon S. Crnpsey, of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Rochester, N, V., on n charge of heresy, will begin In Batavia, N. Y., on April 17th, Most serious of ""the charges against Dr. Crnpsey is his denial of lb" miraculous birth of Christ, made In u sermon dollvered In Rochester a year ngo nnd afterwards published ? In book form, under the lltlo "Religions and Politics." Dr. C'ritpsey represents Iho sclonjiflj school of churchmen, who refuse to nc cept iho miracles as higher than legends, or as more worthy of belief than mytho? logical stories of antiquity. Medical Congress. 'tts\ International Medical Congress convenes In Lisbon, Portugal, April lllth, and Its sessions will last until April ?5til, * ? ? International Exposition. It Is expected that the Klug anil Queen of Italy will open the International Ex? position, April ?JOtli. * ? ? Jefferson Dinner, President Woodrow Wilson, of Prince? ton University, Is to be tho principal speaker ut tho annual Jefferson lilrllulay dinner of Iho Democratic I'lub, of Now York, at the Waldorf lo-nlghl. * * ? Phi Kappa Psi. Tho twenty-fourih biennial Grand Arch Council of the I'hl Kappa Psi frnler nlly will Un held in Washington April lSth-:'inli. ?Will Give Egg Hunt. The young- ladles of llio Second Baptist Church will give an Faster egg hunt t h lb aflernoon ironi four to sis- o'clock In the basemen, of the churdi. Besides th? hum there will bo oilier attractions for the children. Ice cream, cuke und candy will bo I'yp auie. ." y'.?,-- i ',, II LIVELY FICHT IN D. A. I. CAMP Montana Wrangle Stirs National Board?Women Lawyer Argues Case. -.WASHINGTON. April Tl.?Things are waxing warm around tho Daughters of the American Revolution headquarters; and. If the sessions of the National Board, held yesterday, aro an example of what is to happen at the convention thin week, there are lively limes In store. Mrs. Ellii Kellogg liusklll, regent nf the Silver Bow Chapter, of Bulto, Mont., which Is the storm contre of tho contro? versy, arrived In Washington In time to challenge the committee appointed, to re? port on the merits of tho Montana case. Mrs. Ilaskell. before allowing the com? mittee In make its report, had to he hoard about the true slghlllcahifo of the question. She Is regarded as one of the allies! lawyers In. the West, and ?die c?? cupled three hours and a half nlurwlng what Mon ta un "did not have to do' with the Impending troubles. The most Important point In Mrs. Hns koll's long discourse was that Mrs, Hello Merrill Draper, private secretary of Mrs. Donald McLean, the president general of the society, had no authority to act for (/lie Sliver Bow Chapter, of Butte, when she challenged the election In the Con? gress last year of Mrs. William 1*3. Mi Crn?Hlh as Stoto regenl nnd Mrs. Wal tar Harvey Weed as vico State regent, 'fills Is the backbone of the entire contro? versy. Mrs. Prapor refused to appear before tho commlttPo or to testify before the national hon I'd, and shn most positively declined to flln the letter on which she had based her challenge of Mrs.'Weed's and Mi-h. Me.fTnchin's elecilon-?. This naturally caused a chunKO of pro? gramme, and the matter has gone over to the congress. Mrs. Weed and ..,rs. Haskell have, with ronimcndnble niug. nnmlly, decided to withdraw nil person? al portions from Iho appeal which tho Moiilnnn woman regents, vice regents nnd delegales have llled, and to nl?ow only tho constItutlomil questions to go before the congress, At a into hour last night Mrs. AW Waller Ilurvey Weed replied to tho allega liona of Mrs. Draper, and produced documen? tary evidence to show that the allegations could not ho supported. Challenge From McGuire's. The relay team of Mctlulro's School has challenged the following schools l'or, a one-mile race. The Kiclnnond High School, the Ulehiniind Academy, the N?| ley's .School and St. Andrew's School. The ?-outest Is to dcclilo the champion? ship oue-niiie relay team of the city,. Knur men arc to compose each ti'ani. The rue? Is to be for a cup Offered l'y the. Tlnics-Dlspatch lo Ihe .winning teiun. i.'oiiiinuiilculloiK-i cnii be addressed to Captain Miller In care of Mcliulre School. State Field Day Competition. The Young Moil's Christian As.-ioelu ilous In ".''rabila ?re nrr.,i|glna to hold ?i ! Slate Held day c?u?*i,f!?lion. The ?Ulfen u: asM.cluiions will 'lim meet, hut will h???i their coillests lu their own cities. -J'Iiu results will be put down and sent lo Ihe j judges, who will decide the wlMuera from tho' best marks ?eut lu, - - - ;?"? , Brief Items From Everywhere DELAAVARE, O.-Two sunflower so which had developed a healthy grow were removed from the oars of II Grace Barrett, daughter of the Rev. c. Barrett. Tho child's hearing, which 1 been growing very defective, Is resto completely, it Is supposed the child pu. ed tho seeds Into her car last fall yt at play. PHILADELPHIA, PA. - A'rchlilsl'i Ryan uelobrntcd the thirty-fourth an versaryof his consecration ns bisliop this diocese at the cathedral yesterch hut as Mie day was taken up with t Impressive c?r?monies of Holy Saturdi no set services -marked the celebratli MAXWELL. TCY-Four children of A. Miller, a fanner, are dead and a Hi Is belhived to be dying as the result arsenic having beon placed In a we Citizens lor miles about are wrought u LONDON.? Bicorne tax returns she .that ird,J2;i persons In the United Kin (loin, among a. total population of 11.000,.. enjoy nn annual Income of or exceedh $sr,o, while of this number the income i 110,151 does not exceed $l-,000. ITHACA, N, V.?Miss Zoo 1 Inrtmaii, i lliizenian, Montana, a member of tl freshman class, Ihih been declared tl winner of the Gullford Kssay Prize (15 given by the Inte .laines P, Gullford, ?i the best essay written )>? any student I Cornell 1'nlverslty. NEW VORK.?Impressed by tbo be? lit; anil majesty of the Hudson River, vlslbb from the windows of lier apartments a Itlvorslde Drive nnd West Nlnety-sevelitl Street, Mrs. 13. M, Nelson loft ns a las Injunction to her daughter, Mrs. Wil Hum N. Crnxlnn. before she died, las Thursday, that, her body be croma loi und her asiles tossed upon the waten of the river at the turn of the outwui'i tide. NEWARK. OHIO.- At the thirteenth hour of iho day, at No, 13 Hancock Street, April 13th, Friday, Samuel .Ion dren's thlrtoon-iluy-old baby died. AVINST.ED, CONN'.?Awakened by a loud crash, persons residing near Main and Lake Streets early rushed to their windows, expecting to son burglars es? caping, but Instead they tinw two deor running up Main Street. Tho itiilniiils had dashed through ?i plate glass window. PHILADELPHIA.?Tho Coniiiiltt.'c of Seventy engage ox-AUorniiy-llonerul lleusel. ox-Judge Jenkins, William A. Glasgow, Jr.. and Thomas Uiieburn White to slfi the evidence against accuseil fil? tration con I mot ora, WASHINGTON,--A cablegram received at the Venezuelan legation from the for? eign oilier al Carneas annnuiiivd lh.it the vai'iuielos In the Cabinet caused by the resignation of President Castro's olllclal family, bail, not yei been lllled. "I'll?? usslsi.iul seeretnrles In, tin' vurlnuM departments uro temporarily ?n charge. PIlll.AliKI.I'HIA. -The Pennsylvania Railroad Company appealed to lie- United Stales Circuit Court ot" Appeals from th?> oilier directing li to permit coal nod coke companies to examine Its boohs. MFIIIDI.N, cn.NN.- Mrs. Alice Wilbur, a widow of .iiinrly seventy was led |_i, Iho altar In Fust M?ridien by Benjamin Hitchcock, -who luis Just passed bis nlno (mUl biuiiday. a? ?uye till? le lue Uv?t lavo affair, The neighbors, who have been keeping tabs oti the brief, though ardent courtship, say "'. Botin le," as they cull him, must have been Instructed in the art of love-making by the bride, for ho always bore Iho reputation of being a most bashful hid, DALLAS, TIOCAS.-Two small brothers, .lohn and Carl Clustnl'son, living four miles from Georgetown, "played Tom Young,'' who was hanged publicly in Georgetown on 'March 30th. .lohn, aged ton, hanged himself to a barn rafter with his brother's assistance, and when he was cut down ten minutes Inter he was unconscious, and nn hour afterward he was dead. PlTTSBUBG.--f.enn Greenburg's heart Is broken. Abe Kann did It, so she says, nnd she wants ?lO.OOii damages. The wed? ding, Miss Greenhnrg says, was lo lake plncn April 1st. Poor Lena nqvor thought what day I Im I Is. A house was furnished nnd all was ready. Abe married another girl on March '.'8th. l.onn didn't know nhnut It until the morning nf April 1st, Then her friends nil told her she was an "April fool." BAI/riMOnE;?After being forbidden to ' meet her lover, Ibis order being supnle menleil by being locked in a room, with? out anv other clothing Minn a wrapper. Miss Maude Ininpeiio Tompklns, uged fifteen, put on her brother':? rlollies, and at ., o'clock In Ihe morning; during a driving i-ainpoiir, climbed down a raln spnut and got married after nil. Tho bridegroom I? Alfred Boss, acred twnitv Hvo, whose Tuilier Is now housing the youthful cnunle. ihe brde's mother re? fusing to forgive her. GHIfTAnO,? M'h. rclhol Ben It v. ?laugh? ter of Marshall field, hroughl ntilt nunlnst 'ho pvnenlni's or he?1 father!? estate, nskhur thin (be court direct them to turn niw lo her b|oc|<? ' ai'd bonds valued nt SS,\7.OQ0 which her father ?rave he,* before h's ?lentil. I"?? which were never delivered lo lie,-. 'I'll- suit Is of a friendly character. OLYMPIAN CONTESTS. Athletics to Be a Feature at the Jamestown Exposition?Notes. (Special to The Tlmes-DIspulch.) N"OKKOI/I". VA., April 1C?Athletics promise to ho one of the groat features m' the Jamestown Kxpoaitlou to he held on Hampton. Uotuls nein* Norfolk, Va., In 1W7. 'Hie ?jovornor O? works of tin? Kxpositlou Company 's gutting Into shape a a', aero tract, which will bo lined for field spoils I of every character. 1 it In proposed to [ make this feature the most" elab?rale I ever before attempted III the South. Tho plan embraies tho entire Sum hi Atlantic Association of the , Anuituor | Athletic Union nnd probably the National ChamnlniiHhlp field and track and gym nnstle events, ! It Is uxpectnd Hint the special events I department will name two weeks in juhu for tin* contests, the curly dale being set so Hint tho college athlctia may compel? I before they letiyo for their homes John Cottrell. Mr. .'lohn Cntli-el'. died til iiiu resid? lire, Nil, Sl?J Alhemarlo .-itrot't, tilla ui'ii-niiig a? l-:."t?> o'cloi-l?. Hi) WHS ?II ||ls ..eventle'll year. The funeral milieu will he given later. DEATHS IMTTI'ICU..- Hied, at Ids iv.*.:.|.-ui-,', r-l'l I .Mbemarle Street. April ,5 til. HWi", ,'? I 12'ull P.-M.. Jt HIN COTTIH.U.. ?.gul seventy years, j Kuuoral uuiivf later* Alleghany (Pa.) ami Wheelta* ,W. .Y?.) .uiners vltut?c ci'i?y, . .??-., J NO M?SSACRES AT EJISTER FESTIVAL Precautions Taken By Central Government in Washington Apparently Effective. (Hy Associated Press.) ST. PETERSBURG. April l?.-.-Tho Faster festival, tho anniversary of the Jewish massacres at Kishinev nnd oUier places, happily was not stained ? this year, so far as was reported up to mid? night, by anti-Jewish excesses, y The mensures taken by the contrai govern? ment and th?' orders sent to the provin? cial authorltleii to take every precau? tion, with added warning that thoy would, bo held personally rosponslple lor out? breaks, apparently wero effective, though tho danger? will not be over until tho Faster holidays are passed. Tho high church feast was celebrated to-day. in the usual fashion with" much eating und drinking and the exchange of the kiss of peace. Sonic slackening hi the old religious fervor was nolicoabl?.'. ??specially in St. Petersburg. This ia attributed to Hin revolutionary propa? ganda which, In sulking at the roots of tho slate, touched also blind di.vniion. to tho church. Th?' streets of the capital have been allvo since early morning with iho cala of government officials and clerVs, mnK ?ng their congratulatory calls ?u their superiors. Minister of the interior Diirnuvo, how? ever, published'u notice to Ids subordi? nates stating thai It was not necessary lor them lo call on him. and in the uudat of general surprise his retirement from olliee was not announced, but ibis declina? tion of congratulations Is regarded as another Indication that his rellnifiilsli of ofllco Is a matter of a few day?. Count Wille for tlie moment seems to huvo downed Ids rival.' the elections having strengthened bis position greatly nnd en- - abled him to lay iho lilunic fur repres? sions on AI. Ptirnovo. _ STATEMENT ISSUED BY EQUITABLE LIFE (By As.-.oeiiitcd Press.) MOW VultK, April 15.?A statement lilyoil out to-night by iho Kipiltublo i,|f?j Assurance Society says: "Investigation shows that tho fears on ??.nilereil by tllO iluVelopiil?litS of tllll year resulted in tho Inpsluu of 27.u.sr> policies' for $1,00(1 or under, while only one policy for $-t<i,0?0 was allowed to lapse. Of the entire vohiuit! of lapsed. policio? li the Kipiltiible, eighty-rqur per coat, wero* for 83,000 or less." In coiuiiH'uilug on iho results of his cffoitH lu restore the s'uunliug of lapsed pollcyholdeis, Prcaldout .Moituii -to-day wild; ".My, belief Hint the small. polliyholdcr was the chief sufferer I'roui the ngltii lion nuil e:;elteiiieiil regarding Ufo In sui.in??' ?s now eonfiri.iic.rt. 'p)l0/ |,oli|i?a of' polillos of $.',,() 'n and upwards un- gen? crnTTy men of husliiou.* CNporJciictv, Through I ?vi, bused on misapprehension ' o' the real i.ieu.und often on mUrepre? K-nUtloii. thousands of sr?v?U polloyholchirf uUoyiia iholr policio?, tu U;.'??.''