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ls -.Iwayfl doil. by Times i Dlsfratch Want ttdverllsefH because they teach the buying publlo. Tl!? TtMBB FOttNfiBD 1SM. THB DlSPATClt tfOUNDBD 1B0. Take It Easy durlnr th* hot *?*th?. Let the Tlme_*Dl-t>*t*h: Want Adi. Mtk tor >ou. WHOLE NUMBER 17,282. RIOHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, AtTGUST 11, 0,06;. PRICE TWO CENTS. MISS DOREE SVES LOEB FOR $50,000 MISS MADGE DOREE. THE TRIUMPH OF Ul HO BBDE George Hall. Ong.of the Leaders ofMbbf Given FIfteen Years. .! A VERDIGT IN TWENTY MINUTES Twenty-Five Additional Cases to Follow -r- Governor Glenn Takes Oath That the Order for the Special Trial Was Signed in the State. (Speelal to Tho Tlmes-Dbipatcb.) SALISBURY, N. C. August 10.-Georgo Hall, of Montgomery county, charged wlth belng one of the leaders ln tho lynching here Monday nlght. waa trled ln Rowan Superior Court here -to-day, ronvlcted and sentenced to nfteen years, the maxlmum of tho law. , Thls was the first case agalnBt Rowan lynchers. The trlal was a speedy one, nnd It is the flrst Instanco in the history Df the Slato when a prlsoner charged wlth aldlng.lr. a lynching was convlcted, and ls consldered a dlstlnct vlctory for the court and the law. When court opened this mornlng lt was rumored that the Bpeclal term as ordered by Gover? nor Glenn, of July 17th, for the trlal of the Lyerly murders was lllegal, lt belng alleged that when the ordor wns made tho Governor was not ln the State. Gov. Glenn belng ln.Salisbury to-day was at onco summoned Into court at the lnstance of Congressman JOuttz, of counsel for tho defendant, Hall. The Governor took tho usual cath oC i wltness and testlfU-.l that at the time the commission was lssued he'was In Atlantic Clty, but that the order was regularly signed by hls prlvate secretary ln Ralelgh, who offlxed the seal of State, Motion for a new trlal was made by the flefen.., but same was overruled by Judga Long, and tho trlal proceeded. Tho salucllon of a jury >e?julred but an hour, and evldonce was lntroduced Bgalnst Hall, who was ably reprtsunted by Congressman Klutt. nnd Waiter Murphy. Sollcttor Hammer, Buvton Cralg nnd T. C.'Lynn, of thls city, reproBented the State, A large number of witnesses ldentlfled Hall as one of tho leaders of the band of lynchers, testlfylng that he attaoked tha Jall wlth a sl-dge hammer, issUted In battertng down tho doors and effectlng an entrance, where ho was on?e arrested but later reloased by oftl eers. The evidence against htm was conclu Blve In all respects, Hall hlmself having confeBsed to the attack upon the jall, though pleadlng not'gulUy to the oharge >f murder. The State rested and thu case went co the Jury without argument. Judge Long charged the jury, brlefly, calllng attention to the helnousness of the crlme, that the prlsoner could hardly have the influence to lead the mob and not assist In tylng tho knot. Twenty mlnutes after the jury retlred a verdlct was rendered and the sentence passed. Counsel for the prlsoner gave notlco of an appeal to tho Supreme C#urt. on the ground that the order for tho call for the present term Rf court was Irregular. The evidence lntroduced. to-day Indlcates tha* the mob of lyjichers wob composed of men from various countles other than. ftowan. About twenty-five addUloriar.cases aro to'follow. john Caubla apd Henry Ooodman, of. thls place, arrested yesterday oh tho' charge of atdlng tho "lynohors, wero. tot $gy released under a'bbnd of $2,1500 ea.h. The military companles stlll guard the jall ln whloh the other lynch-ra aro ln O^rcerated. Secretary to President Charged Wlth Jiaving Gaused HerSCrrest. MUST MAKE ANSWER IN NEW YORK COURT Defendant Declareai- Action- Was : Taken ,by?Washingtort'Police?_ . Force:^;;With6ut^;Hi_ knqwledge-? Will Be Defended by Department. (By Assoclated Prosfl.) . OYSTER, BAY, L. I., Auguat 10.?Wll 11a Loeb, Jr., Secretary, to Prealdent Roosevelt, waa made defendant ln a $50, 000 damage sult to-day, -ln which he la charged wlth havlng cauaed the fal_e ar reat of Modge Doree,.. a Hobrew wrlter. The arrest waa mad. .laat wintor ln Waahlngton, when MI88 Doree waa dia trlbutlng loaflets advertUIng her work ln the defenae Of Ruaalan Jowa at St, John'a Eplacopal Church. The papera were eerved 'on Mr. Loeb to-day by a New York flrm of lawyera. They require hlm to make anawer wlthln twenty daya Iri New York. Mr. Loeb wlll be defended by th. Department of Juatlce. The arrest, he aaya, waa wiade by tho Waahlngtdn police force wlthout . hla knowledge. Mlaa. Doree mado an unauc cessful effort to aeo Prealdent Rooaevelt at Oyator Bay laat summer. Mlaa Doree, who was born ln New Orleana twenty-four years ago. haa at tained a reputatlon bocause of her efforts In behalf of the peraeouted Jewa ln Rua ala. Her most recent work, whlch, In part, la reaponaihle for the preaent lltl? gatlon, Ia entltled "Jeaua' Chrlatlanlty, by a Jeweaa." Misa, Doree, ln Auguat laat, went to Oy8ter; Bay, called upon Secretary Loeb and aaked permlaslon to preaent the Prealdent wlth a copy. Secretary Loeb promlaed to lay the preaentation copy of her book before tho Prealdont. On October 4, lSOo./M'sa Do? ree, In Washlngton, called upon Secre? tary Loeb agaln. She aaya that ahe waa greetod cordlally and that he promlaed to ald and co-oporato wlth her ln her work. , - What next happened la told ln the complatnt and papera aubmltted to Jua? tlce McCall,' of the Supreme Court In thia complalnt Mlaa Doree aaya:. "On Sunday, Octobor Sth, whlle Bhe waa at the entrance of St, Johri's Qhurch, ln Wnshlngton, at about 10:30 A. M? the defondanta, Dr. Roland C. Smlth and Wllllam Loeb, Jr., cauaed her arreBt." ' BAVIS WILL STAND FOR SEftT IN NEXT CONGRESS Veteran Statesman Will Accept Nomination by* Keyser Con? vention'?Democrats Happy, .Special to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.) HUNT1NGTON, AV. VA., Auguat ?).? Ex*Senator. Henry Q, Davla, Domocratlo candldate for Vlce-Prealilept Jn 1004, wlll pe nomlnated-aa the Democratlc oongrea elonal candldate for the Second West Vlr? glnla pistrlct' at the convention to be held at, Keyser, near hero, on September 5th, - Posltlve assurance had already been .glvon lhat Thomas B, Davla wlll not accept a renomlnation, v but th4t e> Unlted States- Senator Henry Q. Davla wlll-not decllno tho honor, lf glven hlm. Thia dlspositlon 911 .the part of the ex Senntor has made"' tho Democrats In the State jubllant, and they olalm that they wlll bo ablo to retaln the.dlstrlct ln the , Democratlc column, . , Oll TRUST li Federal Grand Jury In New York Takes Action. DISCRIMINATION IN "! RATES IS ALLEGED Important Witnesa Turns Up in the Ihvedtigation Now in Progress Jia the Ghicago Courti;~ Jones Ex plains His Visit to / President. (By Aeebciatcd Prese.) . JAMESTOWN; N.-'Y., August 10.?The Federal grand jury for the Western Dls? trlct of New York to-day returned Indlot ments against thaBtandard 011 Company, Now York; tho . Pennsylvanla Railroad Company and th_;Vacuum Oll Company, of Rochester,- for vlolatlons of the ln? terstate commerce law.: - . The evidence presented to the grand Jury ln thc -. oll. cases having Indlcuted that shlpments *of oll were made from Rochester to.Rutland, Vt., over the New York Central.- Boston and Maine Rall,road and Rutland Railroad llnes, Unlteff"States Attorney Brown asked that he be'glvc'n tlme ln whlch.-toprepare for ah: Inves? tlgatlon into the' connectlona bf : these three roads wlth the shlpinents of jthe; Standard Oll C_.mPahj''s products- at :the dlscrlmlnatlve.xates, alleged to have been given by the'Pennsylvanla Railroad. At tho request of Mr. Brown; the grand Jury was given-a. rocess for two weeks, dur? lng whlch tlmovho and hls assoclates wlll prepare. for a "ffurther investlgatlon. Specific Charges. The speciflc charges alleged that the Pennsylvanla Railroad Company granted to the Standard Oll Company speclal con cesslons In the/shlpments of freight, and that the Standard Oll Company dld "un lawfully and tno.wlngly accept from the PennsylvanlarRaUroad 'Company a con cesslon ln r&pect to the: transportatlon of ? certaln of lts property ln lnterstate commerce, whereby and by whlch devlce that property Was transported In such commerce at a less rate than that named irr'ttie, tarlffs so publlshed and flled by sald. Pennsylvanla,Railroad Company, ln violation of the.'statutes." ',' The Indlctment^yare so' speclfled that in case those. fouht? agalnst one' company ?are 'sustalned bn tiOftl,1_.t'-ey. necessarii.v 'm!iB(f:'b.V8U8tainpd'aga(*riBtyh_ other co.m 'panfea'."'' '?'"' ,''y?'"' *'""'' **?-' ?"?The "various. counts pertain to speciflc 'cases .ln. whlch these speclal rates were' granted and. accepted, and embrace a period of tlme from January, 1, 1904,. to Decomber 22d of tho-sam. year. The Indlctment against the Vacuum Oll Company, 1 of Rochester, ls ,on exactly slmllar. groundB?that is, charglng that special. concesslons were, accepted from. the. Pennsylvanla Railroad Company. The, speciflc charge agalnst' the Vacuiim Com? pany Is that lt shlpped lts product from Olean, N.. Y., to Rutland, Vt.,- at a lower rate of freight than that publlshed in the regular'Bchedule;'of the'Pennsyl? vanla Railroad Company',,ahd on.flle wlth the'Ihtefstate Commerce Commission at Washington. Ball was flxed at J_3,000 for teach company. NEW CHARGE MADE. Direct Rebate Arrangement Be? tween Trust and Roads. ? (By Aasoclated Press.) CHICAGO, ILL? , August 10.?Informa? tlon of direct rebate arrangements al? leged to exlBt betwen the Standard Oll Company and certaln rajlroads, was pre? sented to the Federal grand Jury to-day by a wltness, who, in the eyes of the' government attorney, Is belleved to be ono of the most Important witnesses on this subjoct. Horace Tucker, chalrman of the Chicago ahd St. Louis Trafflo,Asso? ciation, was'the man who gave thls Infoj^ matlon. Other witnesses were C.'A. Ken nedy, of the Chicago Junctlon Railway Company, and J. Howard, clerk lh the audltlng department of the Chlcago and Alton Railroad. Attorney Francls Kanchel, of Speclal Attorney Morrlson's offlce, was' stlll ln charge of the grand Jury to-day. T*ils was taken to lndlcate ,that the dlrect re? bate charges were belng Investlgated. If thls Inqulry Ih oarrled to a ooncluslon, lt is declared that a number of rallroads centerlng In Chlcago, as woll as, the Standard Oll Company. wlll be Included ln an Indlctment under the Elklns law. The dlreot rebate proposltlon ls sald to be ln connectlon wlth the payment of large rebates by the rallroads handllng oll of the Standard Oll Company to that company, ln violation of the Elklns aot. lf thls ls found to be true. the grand Jury may return an Indlotment agalnst the oll company. Thls part of the Inves? tlgatlon Involves the handllng of oll be? tween Evansvllle, Ind.; Whitlng, Ind.; Chlcago and East St. Louls. Jones Makes Statement. (By A.eoclated Press.) WASHINGTON, D. C, August 10.? Former Senator James K. Jones, of Ar kansas, to-day denled thnt he In any manner represented the Stajidartf Oll Company when ho vlslted tho Presldent at Oystor Bay yesterday. "Tho Standard Oll Company was not mentioned ln tha Interview wlth the Presldent," sald Mr. Jones. "I presented the Interests of Mr- Barnsdale, of Pitts? burg, ln a controversy that gentloman has with the Interlor Department con cernlng oll leases ln Indlan Terrltory. He told me hls oll mvestments were In no manner aasoclated wlth the Standard Oll Company," More Indictments, (By As?oc|atea p-ress.) NEW YORK, August 10.?As a result pf Investlgatlon of cases of alleged rebatlng by rallroads, the Unlted States grand, jury to-day returned -si* (ndlctnients. They are sald to be based on' rebatlng on sugar. ? The FederaJ,authorltles decllned" to give oyt the names pf those Indjoted. but lt was reported that they Include botlr jndlvl duals and corporafjons. Unlted Stat.s Pistrlcit Attorney stat.d that the grapd Jury wl|i resume Ita Investlgatlons of the rebate about September _? , SHUNNEDBY FRIENDS, TELLER OF WRECKED BANK TAKES LIFE -_-_--ft-UE--?J_ ___?__? ___a_N_r PHf8IDENT STENSLAND, >___*???? _?" T.*, Unable to Bear Crlticism of People'He Had Long Knovvri. NEARLY $2:600,000 r HAS BEEN;_5TOLEi^ Search for Missing President Haa Extended -O All'Pai^S'.Qf-.the Country-?-For g$d' ;Notes Aggregatirig 'M_re--. Than $500,000 Are Found, (By Assoclated Press.) ,? CHICAGO, ZLL., Auguat 10.?Frank Kowalakl, for the paat five yeara paylng teller for tne Mllwaukee Avenue State Bank, shot and killed hlmself laat nlght ?? hla home, AO North Carpenter Street. Crltlciam by nelghbora and friends who accuaed hlm of a ahare In the'downfall of the bank la belleved to have drlven KowaiSAl to sulclde. The acme of hls trouble waa reached laat nlght when a woman he had -known for years accosted hlm on the-Btreet and accused hlm of belng reaponalble for thefallure of the bank. 8peaklng of the lncldent. later In the,evenlng Kowalakl complolned bltterly of the ausplclons of hla! frlenda-and-de 1 clared that unless hls oharaoter was apeedlly. cleared he would take hls own llfe. .. ' . KowalBkl's relatlvea were-nrm ln thelr. bellef that he waa Innocent of the mla rr.anagement. of the bank by Prealdent Stensland. When tho bank failed Kowal ski-had $700 of hls own money on deposlt ln the Instltutlon and.'hls Immedlate- re? latlvea had ln the bank nearly $50,000. Kowalakl, who wna thirty years old, had been wlth the bank for thirteen ? yeara, beglnnlng aa offlce boy. Whlle the search for Paul O. Stensland, the missing preBldent of the failed bank, is extendlng to all parta of tho country, Caahler Hering, who was arrested yes? terday, spent to-day wlth. the. Stato's at? torney examlnlng the bank'a scollateral ln an effort to determlnlng tho. shortage ln -accounta. After nn all-day's search forged notes aggregating more. than $500, 000 were found and are now In th,o poa seaalon of the State'a attorney, who wlll uae them ln tho prosecutlon of persons responalble for thelr utteronco. . From 8tatementB made to-day by'Her? ing regardlng loana made by Stensland to hlmself, and the shortages found by prevloua Investlgatlons, it Ia assprted to nlght that when a flnal adju8tmeht of tjfe affalrs of the bank Ib made, It wlll be found that Prealdent Stensland's alleged defalcatlohs wlll aggregate nearly $2, 000,000. PERSIA WILL HAVE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY Long Step in Direction of Reform Taken in Empire of Shah, iBy Aasoolmod ?Press. )? WASHINOTON, D. C August110.?For the flrat tlme ln her history, Persla la to have a National *Asaembly, Thls ln-.. forhiatlon was ? conveyed to the Persian mlnlater here late to-day ln a oable gram from -Jirsa Nassrbllah Khan Mp-i chlredolet Sadrca.ahia, tha Qrand VU.ier and Minister. for Forelgn AffaJrs, who stated that ln vlew of the deslre of hls .mperlal Majesty, the Sliah, for the ex tension of, national tranqullllty and for .he welfare of perala and all Its hi habltanta.' and in order to forttfy the government, lt had been decreed necea sary to glve certaln reforms and. tt'cbu stltutlon durable for the country nnd for the adminlatratlon. Tha Immedlnle oiganlnatlon of a National Aaeemoly' for the reah-atlon of theso reforms aojord In^ly was ordorcd. THE-iCHICAGO HOME OF STENSLAND. A Hot Rivet Dropped in a Small Tan'k of Gasoline Cause's thc Trouble. A LARGE TANK EXPLODES (Speclal-by Southern Boll Telephone.) NORFOLJ-, VA., August 10.?An ex ploslon of gasolono occurred on the tor ped'o boat Wordon at the navy yard'thls. afternoon, shortly before 3 o'clock. Three colored workmen were frightfully Injured. They aro Robert Whlte, a. rlvetor; Wll? llam Wilson, a rivet holder on, and Her hert Hodges, a rlveter's helper. The men were so badly dlsfigured that they.were almost unrecognlznble. Tholr clothes were burned from their bodles, and thelr faces and hands.and-other parts of thelr bodles were chnrred. , Henry Shannon, the leadlng man of the workmen, wns sllghtly burned.about the face, but not Berlously. A red-hot rivet, dropped by Kodgos, the helper, Into the gasoleno tank ln the bottom of the. boat, caused the exploslon, The flames from here sought thelr way towards the thlrty-goilon tank of gaso lene attached to a barge near by. Thu exploslon' followed Immedlately, and tho men,. who were worklng, cooped ln ^he fonvard anchor ohaln tank of the Wor den, were covered wlth burnlng gasoleno and hurled agalnst the walls.of thelr nar row conflnes. ' . Tho crew of the Worden rushed to the aeslstance of the unfortunato mon, who, unconscious, were taken out of.the tank. The Burgeon treated them on the deck of tho vessel, and lator they were taken to a dlspensary, All of them wore stlll allve to-nlght, but thero ls scarcely a hope that one of them wlll 'recoyer, ? It Is not belleved that the torpedo boat was Injured by tho exploslon, RECTOR OFRICH CHURCH MAY FACE HERESY CHARGE (Speclal tft'Th. Tlmes-DlBpatch.) CINCINNATI. O., August l?,-Rov, George Clark Cox, reotor of Calvary Eplscopal Church. Cllfton, the fashlon abla suburb, may roturn from his vaca? tlon ln September to face charges of herosy. Just before. Rev. Mr. Cox loft on hls vacatlon he penned an open letter to the Rlght Rev, Boyd Vlnoent, Blshop of Southern Ohio, Among other thlngs he sald: "I sympathize fully wlth Piy Crapsoy. On the Sunday followlng hls trlal I preached a sermon.ln my parish church, ln whloh I declared I dld not belleve ln the vtrgln blrth or In the podlly resuivrectlbn of Christ," t ' -' -Sultan IH. VIENNA, August. 10.?Accordlng to a mossage recelved hure from Constantl nople, thu Sultan is 111, ond hls Imllspo sltlon made necessary the ouncellng of. to-day's Se'lamllk. It ls reported tlw Sultan tuust undergo^an oporatlon, and lt ia _Y.n declured .he already hus done so. IliEl GflPER FOR Three Sleepers in Middle of a Train .Turn.Oyer, L'^aving Other Cars' Upright. ; NOT A SlNGLE PERSON HURT (Special to Tliot.TlmBs-Dlspatoh.) SPENCER, _N. jC./JAugu.t 10.'?Passen? ger traln No. 12,. northbound. on the Southern. Rallway;, -atruck itn open swltch as lt was leavlng. thej yards hoi'e, about 10 o'clock to-nlght. ; The three Pullmnn sleopers whlch the locomotlvo waa pulllng turned over, ;,but" strange to relate, not a slnglo person was Injured.' An unuBual feature af the jaccldent wua the 'fact that tho aleepera, whloh wore ln ? the mlddlo of tho traln, < wero overturned, whlle the two day coaches ln front and two ln the rear remalned on the trnck, as dld tho lacomotlve. Tho. sleopers were well load? ed wlth passengers, and tlmt nobody was hurt seenis llttlo* short ..of mlraouloua. The Pullman passengers were trnnsferred to the dny cpnches,. and tho tmln took up Its ' BChedulo. ;Tn tho renr coach wero soldlera bound for tho State encampment nt Morehead Clty. Thoy wlllbe forced to remaln . hero untll to-morrow, Tho mnln Hne tracks were badly torn up, ajul tho running- gonr of the aleoplhg cara badly danviged. AH tralna wlll be de layed by the nceldent. Tho rosponslhlllty for tho nceldent ' hns not beon plnced. Conductor'Lynch and Englneer Clark, of Danvllle, woro ln chargo of the traln. CHIIE5E LABOR FOR ? PANAMA CANAL NOW Orientals Are Last Hope of the Commission?Will Try 2,500 at Once, (llv Assoclatod Pres?.) WASHlNOTON, August 10.?Chineae labor wlll be glven a thorough tost on tho Pnnumti Canal. Contracts calUng for 2,500 Chlnamen for canal wprk havo been propared, nnd ndvertlaements wlll Uo laaued hy tho latlnnlan Canal Commlsalon li) a fow days, aaklng for propoaala from hiiior ngents'i lf tlio Inltltil 2,500 Chlnamen prove a SUCC03B, |t ls' HHely . th"ftt many move wlll be taken tc the Iptlimus to do tho work whlch ls too hard-for t|ie Jamulcana now employed there lu la,r_a nuinbera. Orguul?ed labor has offered nuioh oppo altlon to the uae of, cont. iH't'Chlnese In bnr-ra, l-iut tho Jamaloan workora havo proved lnadequato, aufflclent Siuintunls cannot be. Iiad lmmedlately to, rush the work, und tlie Chlneae aro 4hu hu,i hope of tho coimnl.alun. ? \f yiMEKURE . WILL BE MADE UjBT-UI Declares Lee'sSlierltf as to Kentuckians Who - Mado Arrest. ^ BALL'S CAPTURE WITHOUT WARRANT Governor Swanson Is Given thm* AsBurance'That Written Ex planition Will Be Made. What Course He Will ,' ' Pursue Is Not Known Here, (Speclal to Tho Tlmos-DiBpateh.) M1DDLE8BOHO, KY,, August 10,? : ? A aefisation was cre_t._'-ln Mlddloa boro to-nlght; when lt becama known r that Sherlff F.N. Ball, fatherof Frank , Ball, shorlff bt.LeeIcounty' Va., haay declared that every man who accom- ?/' panled 8herlff Johnson Into Virginla <?' yesterday wlll be oharged, wlth mup- ? der.' ''?'.'?' | '-'.'." lt Is alleged by the Virginla author- y Itles that the , detectlve ofllcara,dld '' not have a: warrant for _tall ?r roqul- ?'> sltlon papers. Lee, ttie man klllad at ; Rufus Ball'a'hoeMi where Frank Ball , waa captured, was a respected young ' farmer of Lee county,,and not a Har- ' lan county fugltlve, as flrat reportad. ' He ls well connected ln Loe county. '?' and hls many relatlves there \aro. hlghiy Indlgnant, clalmlrtg that tho Kentucky officers had ho rlght to' flro on them. Unknown partles flred from ambuah ?,. yesterday evenlng at Sherlff Ball, ' Houston. and-Lytsr Ball, of^thls clty, . one of the bullets plerclng the hat bf. Sheriff Ball. The arrest Ih thls State on Thursday by Kentucky. officers of Frank Ball, tliij notorlous 'Virginla outlaw wanted tn that*. State for a capltal offense, .has'-creat-H"; wldespread . Interest and been the . sub ject of; exterislve telegraphlc correspbn-. dence between Governor Swanson and the; Blue Grass bttlclala. .\ The last telegram recelved at the.ex-, ecutive rnanslon last nlght. was one. __-.* surlhg tho Goverhoivthat a full' explana-i tion would be malled to hlm at ot\ce.-, Governor Swanson,.'who haa beetr,.at:,hls, home at Chath__j\ for some days, had left there last' nlght,'and as hls where. f'ab'outs could'not be ieaWed," 'ho'-exprps-' [ slon could be obtalned yfrom. hlm'.on tho ?subject.*' ,.,? .*?, ; ' y.' ';' *'"' 'Vy-'Y , The Capture in Vir'giriia. y Ball, charged .wlth murder, escaped. froni: prlson ln: Richmond, Ky., and.: 'crossing the Une, took refuge ;in Loe. county, Va., of whlch hls father ls sherlff. Heavlly armed, he barrlcaded hlmsell and. hls frlends. In a. .house near Roso' Hlll. as told ln The Tlmes-Dlspatch of yesterday, and awolted the lnfuriate'd' Kentiicklans, who, fearful that the Vir? ginla sherlff would .not make the. arrest, took the law ln' thelr owu hands, and crossing the line,' recaptured Ball, and took hlm back to a Kentucky pHson. . What the outcome of the affalr; wlll bo ls not known, for Governor Swanson left Chatham without Informlng any ,one, lt. Is sald, of hls distlnatlon. It ls reported" ho took the north-bound train at Chat-. ham, but telegraphlc enqulrles all along the' road fafled to reach hlm. At tha Executive Mansion lt was learned that Mr, Owen, the Govornor's secretary, waa out of tho clty. Mr. George P. Mundy, the asslstant secretary, . not knowlnaj where to reach the Governor, had sent urgent telegrama to Chatham, wlth , tho requested that they be forwarded, b9% failed to reeeiye Instructlons how to pro* ce-ed. Judge Will Write. Late last nlght, the followlng telegram from H. C. Faulkner, of. Knox county, Ky., was recelved nt the Executive Man? sion: . :'[ Barboursville, Ky.. August 10th. ? Governor Claude A. Swapson, Richmond,, Va.: Sherlff of Bell county, Ky,, brought Ball to Kentucky last nlght. Wlll wrlte fully. H, C. FAULKNER. Thls message had not been read by Governor Swanson at 2 o'clock thls morn? lng, but when It flnally reaches hlm lt la thought that the Governor wlll walt to recelve Judgo Faulkner's letter of ex plunatlon before tnkln'g any steps on ac? count of the Invaslon of Virginla terrltory by Kentucky ofticers and soldlers. Story of the Capture. Thq Tlmes-Dlspatch of yesterday morn? lng prlnted a full account of the capturo , of Ball, In Lee county, Va? by Kentucky oillcers, and of hls belng taken to Ken? tucky without requlsltlon papers. The account lncluded the name of Ball's friend. John Lee, who was kllled ln tho rald of the house ln whlch the fugltlve had tnken refuge. Yesterday mornlng. soon after mldnlght, the followlng mesaugo was recelved at tho Executive Manston from Governor Backham. of Kentucky: Governor Claude A, Swanson, Richmond, Va.: Shorlff . Johnson. of Bell oounty, Ky,, has Frank Ball, a cle.perata esenped criminal, barrlcaded at Rose Hlll, l.ea county, Va. Klndly request looa! 091 clals to render necessary asslstance. Re? qulsltlon wlll follow as soon a* perfected. J, c, W. M.CK11AM. Governa.'. The Governor's Instructions, To thls Governor Swanson replled: "Your telegram recelved. I have wlrqd local authorltles of l.ee county, und wlll give matter my best attention," Governor Swanson also sent the follow? lng telegrams to Judgo Skeen, Common* weulth's Attorney Ely an<1 Sherlff Ball: August 10, 1DC.. Judgo II. A. W.. Skeen, Blg Stone Gap, Va.: ? Frank Ball, son of- !he sherlff of Lea county, wanted for murder ln Kentucky. He ls now ln a house ln Lee county, sur? rounded .by u- sherlff's posse from Ken? tucky. If the sherlff of l/te county ein hot aot you-wlll de?lgnat_ one or. mors persons to have Frank Ball arrested and held to awalt ireijulsltloo from Ua*.