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.cclalv When i-efeulng lp the fil'-ndy '. atlot.s c-xh-linu l.i-twicn Ani.-il.'.i <-?? SngJiiml, nnd to fl.Ti-rtiity floot S reeeni tlm eiul wns iniikliii! n bow ln ?y knnwle.B-.-ivien( of the lipplrtdeO v lii. 1 groelcii him. thero (in"'' n rotlof. drums fclld l!(i re r.f tt'llinpOls. ' "Thnt." snld tlio spenUer, "souiuis Very much liko a lnllllnry not.*." Wlien tho lauRhl.r had suhslded. ISttri Gtey procentled wlth hls ntltlr'edsi Iwltit conslnntly Intcrrnptoa hy hppmtf!"'' pcel. lntl Vfit Vlell to Canndii. , Enrt-Orey conchnled hy rendlng n tc ? egrnm he hud recolved lliis evctilng from the Spenker of the Cntwdlnn Scnitie, ns follows: "A Cnnndlnn gimip uf incnihorn ol Piii-llnnienl. numberlni! Ifio, wns formeu thls mornlng, and hnvo Jolned tho imw pnrlliuiiontnty 1'iilun for Pence. i noy send orcetinga to tlielr Amerlcan nm Ins. who are worltlng toward tho same end." Looks Most Favorable. Mr, Cnrnoglo doclared that nfter such encournglTig news from Cftnrtdft, lf the Jlngl ah'Spenklng nations dld n6l ffo Into Tlie Hhguc coiifereiico with Borno thlri'B aefinlto In mlnd, it would liull cnte that some one hnd made n great mlatake. Mo thon intrndueod Don En rlquo C, Creel, tho Mcxlenn nmhiissu dor, who .bxpressod tho regrcts of President Dln/. nt not be|hg ablo to attend the congress. At the concluslon of his nddross Ambassador Ci*et*i proposJed through Mr. Cnrnegle n tdast lo the President of tho Unlted Statos.' lt wns drunlt stiuullng und nmld checr's. ln Inlroduclng Ambtissador Jnmos Bryco, of Groat Brltnln, Mr. Carn'oglo dcclnrcd: "Me la n ma.ii beforo whom 11 is useless for ua to try to hido our faults or to try to oxposo oi-t many vlrtucs. Hc Knows tliem all." , Mr. Bryco wns not nlie to proceed for some momonts because of applauso, Peace Follows Justice. Bov, Dr. Edward Everett Ilale wns ln Iroducod by Mr. Carnegie as tho "giund old mnn of the republlc," "Tho grand old man,'' sald Dr. llalo, "hns lived long enough to Know' how to hold hls tonguo on occnslons. I sbull hoi tie lengthy. And 1 mn imt going tn ?speak a -word of peace, but nm going to speak of Justlce. Glve us Justlce und peace will follow." Samuel Gompors, lhe president of tbe American Federation of Labor, wus nn? other spcaker. President Chnrles W. Eliot, of llar-. yard followed Mr. Gompors. After President Ellot had concludod tliere wero rend n number of me.s sages of greetings und tfongratulatibns, Among thesp woro greetings from thu King of Italy. tho Klng of Norway, Iho Klng of Swederi, tho President n( tlio Sivlss confederntlon, tho Nobel commltteo of thc Norweglnn Pnrlla n:ent, former President Grbver Cleve lnnd nnd Vlco-President Fnlrbnnks. Theilast spenker or tli,. evening wns "William J. Bryan, who hnd nlroady spoken nt length at the Waldort As toria dlnner. Carnegie on the Results. Mr. Andrew Carnegie. who ls presl. dent of the Peace Congress, to-nlght gavo out ?a statement as to the re? sults ot the congress just closod. Although not so designnted by Mr. Car? negie, the statement constitiitcs a reply to some of the siiggc'stlons contalned in tlie letter whlcli President Roosovelt nd dresscd to the congress on its opening day. Mr. Cnmegio quotes these stnte nients as "objections," nnd proceeds to answer them as follows: "Our pence conference hns brought threo objections clearly before us. "Flrst''?Nations cahnpt sttbmjt all questions to arbitration. "Answer?Six of them hnve recently dono so by treaty?Denmark nnd tho Notlierlands, .Chilo' and Argenttna, Norway and Sweden. "Second?Justlce is hlgher than peace. "Answer. Tho fiist principlo of nnttiral justice forliids men to ho judges when they are partlos to thc Issue. All law rosts upon thls throughout tho clvilized world. Were a judge known to sb upon a ease in which ho was secretly intorested he would be dlshonorod and bxpelled from hls hlgh ofllce. If nny individual refused tc sub mit lils dispute wlth a noiglihor to disintercstod partles (arbltra tors or judges) and insisted upon belng his own judge he won,,! vlo Inte the ilrst principlcs of justice. If he rcsorted to force ln dofmtia of his rlght to judge he would bo dlshonorod as n breaUer of tho law. Thus pence wlth justice. ls secured through arbitration, either by court or liy trlhunnl, nevor by oiia nf tho partles sitting ns judge in his own i causo. "Thircl.'" It ,,i}s nclthcr petico nor juslic'4-', bVif rightcousness tliat shnll exalt tho nation. "Answer. Kighieousness ls simply doing whnt is rlght, What ls ;iust Is ahvnys right; whnt Is unjust Is ,*d ways wrong. H is Lhe first r-rlticlnli) of Justice thnt men shnll not be, Judges In their own cause; to retuso to submlt to judgo or arbltraior ls unjust, hence not rlghl, for Iho es senco of rlghteousnoFs Is Justlco. Therefore me,, who placo justlco or r!ght?o\isness above pence practiprilly proclalm, as it appears to mu, thnt This Glaze is Wholesome Protection There is a glaze of fresh eggs and pure granulated sugar on Arbuckles" Ariosa Coffee that does not improve its appearance9 but keeps its aroma and flavor intact, and protects it from con taminating odors and the dust. of the store. Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee compHes with all the requirements of the Nattonal Pure Food Laws?Official Guarantee No. 2041 filed at Waohington?and is pure Coiiree blended for economy, flavor and health. Nosimilar coffee is sold looaeby the pound, or under any other name, ot by any other persons or firms. You have our word for it, that no one can duplicate it or sell any coffee as good for anything near the same price. " ... iauiuciixai) linos., Kow yorfe cuy, " 13<srr<y'a tor Glolhoa" ?tho dlsMnguishlug aort. VI rfllnin Stnte Lenciue onons ln R1.0I1 monii this nfterridon wlth n flame bo dli. iseiaj nd ltliibinorlU. It will be a good cotch lf you get your spring sult. here. All lhe lutcsl idcas hol off lhe bat. ?', $12.60 to $00. will conimlt lnjiistlco and dlscard rlghtGOilsneBS liy constltutlng' them? selves solo judgos of their own causo in vlolntlon of law, justlco nnd right. "Clvlllzed mnn hns reached the c'oncluslon tli ii t he meots tho elalms of justlco nnd of right only by npholdlng tho present relgn of lnw. Our prossiiig duty is to oxtchd its benlgnitut rcign to conibinations of men called nations. What ls right for cuch inillvldual must bo right for tlio natlon. Tlils unlon of law nnd justlco, insnrlng peiuo and good wlli mnong men through dls Interested trlbunals, is tlie 'right eoiisnesa which oxultolh a nation.' Tbe demand that lnterestod parties shall slf in judgment Is the wlclc edness-that tfegradOB a natlon." TWO BUSY SESSIONS. Many Speeches Made Showing Great Interest in Peace. NEW VOltK, April 17.?At the morn? ing sosslon, held in Carnegie Hall, the J'tiiee Congress adopted Its platform or resolutions, recoinmending among (ither thlngs that Tho Haguo confer once shnll hcreaftor be a perinaoenl institution; thut Tho Ilague court sbal. open lo all tlio nations of tho world tbat n generul treaty of nrbltration foi ratiflcation by all tbo nations shall bi drafted by tlu- cc-ia"i^ i'rinfi>ve:)co provldtng for the reforence to Tln Haguo court of international dispu'les which cannot ho adjusted hy diploma cy; tbat tho Unlted Stiites goverhrneni urge upon lhe conference actlon look Ing to tho llniit.'ition of armument; tha tho eoiiferonco oxtend to private pro perly'dt sea imuiunlty from captun ln war. The resolutions speak hlghly ln prals of President Uoosovelt, .Secretary l'loo and lhe prlmo minister of Oreat Brltal: for tho stand they havo tnkc.i in favo of a settled pollcy of poaco among th uatibns. Belva and Bryan. Tho resolutions wero adoptad with fi w tnlnor changDs us to wordlng jus us they 'came from the committee whlc had bad thoir preparntibn in chargi There was a ilebate, contlnulitg ovor tw hours, however. _ Mrs. Belva A. Lock wood, of' WriHhlnijton, declared thut th speakers on tlio platform wero "tryln to havo it nll thoir own way." Among iho particlpnnts in tho debal to-day wns William J, Bryan. 11c w: very brlet "1 enmo here U> see that tbe one Idc whlch 1 regnrded as lhe most iiuportai of ull, wns carrled out, and that w; tbat all dlsputes, nut subject to ndjus iiient by dtplbmney, should he i-eferred i Intoriiallonal arbltration, "Thls has boen lncorporated ln ,tll resolutions Just as it was adopted li tln- luierpni'lla monliiry Unlon in I,oi don last .luly when twopty-slx nntioi wero roprosented, I rogard this as long step toward tho clhnliiallon ( war." Tho resolutions wero adopted unai lmously. Dofot'o tiio morning sosslon adjouri ed a rosolution was ndoptod nomihu Ing the- ifollovvlng trusteos, who slin havo power to add lu their numbc: r.o eollect funds for the promotlon i tiitei'iintlonul penco nnd to ' dlnlntrsg I uuch itinils in their dlscrollon through exlslint,- or newugenolos: Andrew Cnr. ncgle, Uooige l-Vmlor Pcabody, .Inniea f-ijieyer, .Setli BnW, Itohert Trout Pulne, Of Boston, und JoshUrt B, Bullcy, of PhllUdolphla** j Peace Flag to Carnegie. AL the afterncoii session of tho con 1'icsn Mrs. ileleii Beach TlllllHon uud lilclimiuid P. Mdlison wulkod on tho stngo lieiu-lng a p.eltco llng, which they wero coininlKsloned tu present lo Mr. Carnegie nn behalf of the Bmiglilers or tho Bov olulion, now in session In Wushliigton. ,11 Is thc Stiiitf nnd Strlpes, set in a Held of whlte, wllh thc nngel of penoe Stirtnbuntlhg the stnlT, from which iloats n streamer bcarlng the insetlpllon in gold on a flcld of white: "Poaco to all niitlims." After the preseiittttlon of tho llng, Seth Bow, chalrniun of tho meollng, spoke brlefiy and Intrbdticed Congrossniitn Blch urd Bnitholdt, of Mlssourl, chairmnn of lhe Amerlcnit gt'oup of tho lnterprnlln nieutary l.'nlon. Ills subjecl wus "The Interpai'linmentary I'lnn." lio snld: Cheers for Bryan. Whllo Congreaamh.ii Bartholdt wns ln lhe mlddlo of his speech a stldden burst of nppUiliso from the gallory lliterrupted ,'iitti. It was. nccnaloniid by lhe entrance of Wllliam Jcniiliigs Bryun. Tho np plnuso lastetl for hulf a mlntito, nnd a few mlnuies later n. hcurty rc.und of npplnuso followed tho men tlon of Pi'OS' dent Itoosevclt's nniiio by thu speaker. , .lohn AV. Fostor, former Secretary of Stnte and repl'bsentatlve of 'Clilna, at the coming llaguo conference, spoke on "The Growth of Internallonul Beglala tlon." "Bollvnr's Prophesy?International Ar bllratlon'' wus tho subject of Senor Diego Mondozn, former minister of Co lombln to the Unlted .States. Love the Great Force. Williams Jennings Bryan wns tho last speaker of the session. When ho was Intl'oduced the nudleiice uppluudod wlldly, und it wns some minutes before ho could procecd. During hls address he wns fre quently lnterruped by appluuse. ln con cluslon ho snld: "War comos from misuiiderstnnd Ings. ? At tho finish both partles will tell you that lt was a defonslve war. AVhen they will submlt to having a thorough unaerstandlng of tholr grlevances, war can be averted. "I bellct'e one of tho objects ot thls convention Is to cultivato peaco nnd to dispel tho Idca that man must dle on tho hnttleflclrt to ho a patrlot. And thls convention will not lo its duty unless it improsses upon the world tho idea that it is as much a ninn's duty to llve for Iris country as 11 is to die for It. "I expect to see the world loved into pence. Bove Is tho grent force. Don't tell mo that to secure peaco you rrnst bulld great nrmios nnd r.nvics. 1 want to sce pence by lovo and not by lorce." ELEGTRIG LIGHT PL1NT FHOIED CColinued from Flrst Pago.) oplnlon from tlie City Attorney ns lt whether lt was not tho duty of tlu dellnquont tax-colloctor to collect these taxes without oxtra compenstitlon. The ordinanco and amendment wero finally lald on the table and orderec prlnted. Two salary increase ordinances re? ported from tho Llght Committeo, weni to the Committee on Ordlnance, Cliar ter und Bcforin. A resolutlon from tho Commlttoo oi Poor atithbrl'/tng the expenditure bj Superlntendent of Public Charitlei Georgo B. Davls of a sum not execed ing $l>0 ln attending the Natlonal Con ference of Cliarltlcs and Correctlom ut Minneupolis, went to tho Commlttei on Flnanco. Tlie rosolutlon relative to tho con structlon of a sewer on Bank Stroet voloed by the Mayor, was lost, Mr Adams oxplatning tliat the Street Com mlttee now had sufficient funds witl which to do thc work, wlthout havln, money advanced therofor. A joint resolutlon asking the Mayo what public service corpurutions ar vlolatlng the ordinanco roqulrlng wlre to bo placed underground nnd wha stops havo boen taken to enforce th law, was concurrud in. Light Plant. The ordlnance providing for tho con structlon and operation of an electrl llght and pumplrig plant on tlie sit of tho Old Puinp-JIouse, tho pnssng of which was communlcatod from th Common Council, was concurrod ln b llm Board; and now goos to tho Mnyc for lils npproval/ Tho ordlnanco cai rles no approprlutlon, but commits tl* city to thu constructlon of the plai hereal'ler by maklng such npproprh tlons from time to time as the Counc muy dlrect. The ordlnanco wns read at length, a tor which Alderman Dabney, Its patro brlefiy explaincd its purposo nnd effoi Mr. Adams opposed advertising for bi und j.utting bldders to groat exponso b foro the city posltively determlned bulld tho plunt. Mr. Dabney contended that whether l Council wnnted to construct thls Plu or not the people wanted H nnd Intond tu huve It. "Anien," chlmea in Mr. Satterlleld; wl ileuconly unctlon. Ci.nlhiulng, Mr. Dabney admltlod tl it was tho purposo of tho ndvocat hereaftor to ask for hlds for constructl uf the-plnnt. The ordlnanco wns rtdoptcd by tho l lowing recordod voto: Aycs?Messrs. Cottroll, Dubney, Dor hoe, Gliinhn, Ounst, Mnnh, MoncuTo, R( llOldS, Sutteilleld, 'Seiiy. Whittet, \V( nnd President Turpin?Kl. Noos- Messrs. Adums, Bonnett, Durt t'ruiidy, Lnrtis and Washor?G. A rosolutlon approprlatlng $99 to ? tho sl.iiogi'iphor for roeordlng tho cent aildross of the Mayor wns ci currcd iu An ordlnanco nuthorlzing tho emph m. nt i'f prlsonoi'a in tlio city jall Clenni'hg tlie lied of Khocltoo Creek \ referred to tlio Commltteo on Ordinanc Cluuti-i* und Hol'orni. Sovoral resolutions fo,* pnvlng t*or( Btreota und ulloyn, cominiiuicated fl lliu Coinnion Council, wero concurrod wltliout objictloi.. Ordinances Concurred In. Authorl'/lltg tln' Seiibnurd Alr I Itailwuy to eoiiKliuct n frclghl. depot to cros-j (liiice und Boss SU'eots wlth Iritc.ka nnd w tunnel unde'r Brond St: iu llou nl' tllii giiide crossing now nu I tullietl ii al* Sixti-elltll Stl'OUl, ; Pirectlng lhe ''Ity Attorney tn aai tuin Iho cost of opening Lelgh Street I AuthoflKlng the i.'iiiistruelloii of 0 window iiveriiluujlflB -Mnln Ktreol nt 1 Authorlzlng the t'hesiiipeiild.* nnd i Itiithyay tu conetruct n spur trnck to plant ui' w. i-i. h'ni-iii's * Cunipuny. Authorlsdng lhe coniitniclliin uf a ( duli under t'ai-.v Btroet by lhe IChi l'ii.-1-.ii,!', A-.-s'lciullon wus coneui-i-ed h 1*. i niittlng U. A. Buldwln ?-t Smis . ..ii- iruct n iii'-lnl In-Iilgi' nei-osii 'J'Obl Alley .eurrcil in. A r.v.hili.iu ' rullfylng llu* mvai-r (.iiiti.K-i tn '!'. A- Ilnriy lo const Trodl-'giir HvWer at hls bld ol' $20,'.MU ndopted, Salary Incrcascs, A U'-julutlun aulliuiizlnt; lhe cuiisl I - CINCO Arrow , CLUPECO SHRDNK 01IARTER SIZE Collar. 18 ctNTs eAoH! a ron ss ccnYs ClUltt.KAIODTI C0?M?Rl?S OlClUCn SHimS tlon of a. Bovver "on Ntn.th, from Muln to Bunli Streots.'wns eonourrcd ln. Rotioltttion 'nuihorlzlng tho t:nllod*C'on federale A'oteruns lo orecl nnd thiilntaltt stands tit-Oortnln polnls lu the streets, nnd ulso to pul up decorations on ccrlnin streots, were coticurrod ln. An orillnAjicc to pormlt Iho Amerlcnn Cigar Company to mnlnltlln a spur trnclc lo unlotid OOiil camo up for cnncurreiice, nnd Mr. SaltoiTloM moved thut It bo recommltlcdi. Mr. Mnnn vigorously op posed tho;motion tn recommlt. Tho mo? tion wns adopted?I!) lo 3. An ordlntince Increasing tho pny of stenogrnphcrs ln th.- onglnoer'a dopnrt ment from $900 to ?D90 wns eonourrcd ln by voto of fourteen ayes to three nocs, Mr, Dabnoy at thls polnt moved to sus pend tho rilles, nnd ndl tbe roll for tho pr/ .lontntlon at ordlnntlces, resolutions nnd petltlons. The inntlon prevnlled. Beforo tho rpil cnll hiul procecded fur Mr. Satlerfleldjsocured tho Iloor nnd held it for half an .hour wlth motlons to ro eonslder tho vole by whleh certaln sttltirj' ordlnunces were formerly rojected. Tho llrst of thoso wns the ordlnanco Increns ing tho salary of thc kecper of Klvervlew Comotory. Tbo vote was reconsldercd, und the nonrd then concurred In lhe nc tlon of the Com mnn Councll, Inoreasirig the salary. Only Messrs. h-nrus, Moncure, Rennolds nnd Turpln votod "no." The vole rejoctlng the ordinance cro ntlng tbe position of clcrlc of tho Stroet Cleanlng Department wns next roconsld crod, nnd tho pnssage of tho ordlnnnoo wns concurred In?17 to 2?Messrs. Munn nnd Turpln votlng "no." Tho ordlnnnco proposlng nn incrcase ln the sulnry of employea of tho Street Cleanlng Dopnrtmcnt from $1.S5 to V2M per d-iem took tho siune course, the Bonnl conc'urring by a vole of 1-1 to ">. Parliamentary Tangle. When Mr. Sattcrdeld moved to rc conslder the vote by \whlch thn ordln? anco proposlng an Incroaso of 10 per cent. ln the salarles of pntrolmen .ln tho Polico Department, n prolouged parliamentary sklrrnlsh#cnsued. Mr. Sntterfleld twns u'nablo to copo with President Turpln as a parllamen. tarlan, and Mr. Dnbney rushod into Iho brench and tookiup tho Ktrugglc. Beforo it begun l'rosldeht Turpln nd mltted that hc wns in error whon thls ordinance was formerly before tho Board ln ruling that thejvarlous Itom'fl thereln could bP separated. He had sinco conforred wlth tho City Attorney and was now convinccd of his error. Thr vi followed n long parliamentary tangle, In ' thQ courso of .^?hteh Mr. Dabney moved to niuond by Includlng In tho Increaso the sergoants and cap talns. Mr. Adams moved lo strlke out. tho captains, The amenduient was rujecl ed. . President Ttlrpln ruled that it wns not posslble to reconsl.ilbr legally and concur ln tho nction of ithe Common Council wlthout rcconsidering aud retrncing, step by step, every actlon heretoforo taken. He dlrected the clerk to record tho exaot language or thc varlous motlons und amendmonts. Mr. Dabney hnd others took lssur wlth tbe chalr,' who reniirided thc Bonrd that tlio clerk could not pos slbly stralghten out tho tangle intc whlch ithe Bonrd had beon drawn. Mr. Dahney offerjud a suhstltute pro? poslng n 10 por cent. Incrcase in tlu salarles of tbo .poilco captains, ser? goants nnd pntrolmen, but Prosidorit Turpln ruled ,that havlng adoptci uinendments to tho ordinance".recon sidered, it was not in ordor to con? sider a suhstitiito. Mr. Dabnoy nrgued th'e polnt nt somi length, hut the prosidont .udhored t( his ruling, remlnding thn body, how ever, that he was not Infalllhle. am thnt an appeal from tho ch'air's do cislon wns always ln order. ln fact he Invited such appeal. Ruling Reversed. Flnnlly, after much colloqtty betwec tho president and Aldcrinan Dabnoy, th lattcr dld appeal from thc ruling, an tho chalr declared that tho ruling hu beon reversed by tho body. Tho substitute for the wholo, offere by Mr. Dabnoy, wus then put upon It passago, and was lost, falling of tho rc qulred fo'urtoen votea. Tho reeorde voto follows: Ayes?Messrs. P.ennett, Burtoii, Cot trell, Dahney, Donahoo, Ollnian, Grund; Gunst, Sattorfield, Seay, Wnsher, Wlib tot and Wood?13., Noes?Messrs. Adams. Lnrtts, Mnni Moncure, Rennolds and Prosident Turpi ?(1. The .roll-cnll was. thon resuined unl tho name of Mr. Mnnn wns reached. II moved lo reconslder Iho vote by whli the Board had refused to concur ln tl ordlnanco increasing tho pny of the tui plng forco and of the foromen nnd en ployes of the pump-houses, but in dolng : ho explalned that he did so in fulfllm'ei Of a promlse, wlthout pledglng hlmself voto for the ordinance. Consldorablo di ousslon ensued, but tho motion to recoi sldor wns ndoptod. Mr. Mnnn thon explnined that he w opposed to Iho ordlnanco heoaus,,. thought tho mntter ought to go to' I Commilteo on Bquallzatlon of Sula'rli aud cotiBlstently so votod. llc dld n inonn to ho understood ,-ts opposed to t inoronspa proposcd, bui as opposing t method of pvoceduro, Mr, Rennolds made a stmllnr stal ment. save 11.al ho wont. further in Ho deelarod thut he fnvored mi htcroti for every employe of tlio clty for i renson that lhe cost of llvlng had so orensed tlmt such ndvnnco ot' 9'ulury w but fair. Ho stated, howevor, tlinl man know wli.U nddltionul oxponso wot bo ciiIkIIimI by wliiilosule sal.nry incroas nor wliethbr tlio clty would havo 1 money to mept them. Kor thls ireiu ho thoutjlit tho mntter should he rel'en to the speeial BulllllOS i-binniltlee, |] would so votcr Mr. Hennoldo stated tl lio would favor ii. 2fi per c.-nt innrooso around, if tho comnilUoo aftor Inqu recominondod II nnd found iho irioi with whlch to pay It. The ordlnanco wns thon conciirrod Messrs. Mnnn, lleunohls und Turpln v ing "no." Meet Again Monday. Al Iho; pplnt President Turpln Citl ntti'htlon io tho hour, it bchig nihhilt and mtggi stcd llial us muny inemhers 1 n long (lislatico lo go, ho fnvored ? joill'lliuout. lt would tako several hoi he ;,il.l. IO I'limp.'eto tbo business hel lhe body. Messrs. Whillel, ailinan nnd others VOCUtvd tlie eiiniph'lloll oi' ihe' roll beforo iidjoiirnnionl, hut a nmilon, in hy .Mr. Mniiii, lo lldjouril until .Mon at 8 o'elook was adopted. ?lust beforo ndjiuiriiliig President '1 pln iniiioiineed bh- aiipolntniciits nn ptirl oi' the Bonrd of iiioiuhn'.s of lhe soeelai .iiuiliteos I'ccontly uutlibrlc'oii follows: on sp. elal InveHtlsutlon of flni Commilteo nnd Curtain Chnrses ns 13ouiU', ite.--Mesiirs, (illinnn nml .Man un l-'..|iiaHn:ilioii oi' Sului 'les-r-jifw AU.uns, liiutoll uud Wltlllu lod ln briy BASELESS REPORT Story That Exposilion, After Opening,. Will Close to Bc , Coinplclcd Falsc. PASS RING.ING- RESOLUTIONS . NOIWOBK, VA., Aprll 17.?All rumora to tho effect that tho Jumcatown ICxpo sltlon would bu closed after tho oponlng day, Aprll 26th, until complotlon, huve boon olllclnlly brnhdod as buselcss by a rcsoliillon ndoplcd by tho bourd of dlrec tors of tho exposltlon,1 held ln tho uudl torliim on tho ISxposlilon Grounds. ll? porls lu kl beforo tho dlroetors nlso showed thut grent and rupld slrldeB havo been made i? tho work on tha exposltlon dur? ing the pust thlrty dnys. Thu', rosoiutlbn relatlng to tho openlng of the exposltlon ls us follows: "Whoreus, It hns como to tho knowl edgo of Lhe dlrectors that rumors have beon circulntcd to the. ofTcct thnt the ex? posltlon manngcrs proposo to . closo - tho exposltlon nfter Aprll 20th for a certaln time; nnd whorcas, ull the leudlng fea? tures of tho celebration will bo completod and will nfford visitors grent interest und entertulnment, nnd ltems ot hicomplele ncss belng only in mlnor fenlures; be it, th'eroforo, known thut the. exposltlon will he open from Aprll 20 Lu Novembr 30, 1D07, Hundnys cxccptcd." A rcsolution was, passed liy tho dlrec? tors nsklng the citizcns of the Tidewater cltics to open their houses nnd homes to the accommodntlon of tlio exposltlon vis? itors, und thut tho Councils of tho Tide? water cltics . exempt from taxation all owners nnd occupants of resldencca nc commodntlng ten or less who shnll offer their homes to visitors. First Completed. The exhibit of lhe Unlted States Flsh Commission nt thc exposltinn has beon Instiilictl ln the building lntended for It, nnd Is tho flrst of tho government ex hibiLs to bo completed. lt will bo ono of the most Intorest? ing nt tho exposltlon, surpusslng thnt ol' nny previous exposltlon In com rletonosH, Speclmena of flsh ot all kinds from every section of tho coun? try are Includcd, nnd mothods of cntch Ing thom will be denionslrnted. Tlio flsh are In uquariums, which are bullt nround tho walls of tho flsh commis? sion building. Not only does the exhibit deal wllh fiEh, but wlth spongc nnd other pnru slticul wator industrles. Thero will nlso be nn exhibit of fronks which have been captured from time to time by the employes of tho commission. ln thc centre of tho building there is a large tnnk for tho exhibit of flsh canglit in local wators. Water for the tish which will roqulre s-i.ilt wnter will be brought In llghterf from outsldo tho Capes. and thoso ro qulrlng fresh water will be supplletl from the government reservolr at Fort ress Monroo. There will be no lack of muslc at thc Jamostown Kxposition. Conccrts wll! bo glven on lhe grounds dally by brass hands, somo of which have a natlona rcputatlon. Most of the wnr-shipa which will lii ot anchor ln Hampton Boads will hav, hands, as will also the reglments o regular Unlted States troops and tln nntlonal guard and cadets from mill tt.ry schools which will be encampoi tln re. Theso, together wlth tho bnnd: which hnve been ongaged liy the expo sitlon company, v.-ill furnlsh splondii music throughout tho entlro period. A band from Lynn, Mass., has beei engaged for tho oponlng of tho expo sitlon. On July 14th the famous Inne Band will como for a four weeks' en gagoment. GilDIDATES II , WORDY BXTTLE! (Cotinucil from First Page.) AVnrd Acllves about tho lack of businei m-enin the Begislature.-. lie belicved I business mothods in public olficio, ar dcclared tlmt pnst Beglslaturcs, lf thf hud dono no more, had kept Vlrglnhi record ciean and honest. lio pald a tribu'te to tho lato AVlllia II. Boaz ns a business reprcsontatlv How to ExeVcisje the Bowels h VT T7 OUR Intastines are lined inslc v/lth milllons of suckers, th draw the Nutrition from food i it passes them. But, if the foc ."? passes too slowly, it decays before it gc 3. through. Then the little suckers draw Polst >- from lt instead of Nutrition. This Poisi makes a Gas that injure3 your system rno [,,. than the food should have nourished lt. ho The usual remedy for, thls delayed paE '"? age (called Constipatlon) is lo take a t ho dose of Caslor Oil. hc * * * Thls merely make sllppery the passa '?" for ttnloading the currcnt cargo. ?,', . It does not help the Cause of delay ho irlfle. lt does slackcn the Bowel-Musch "?" and weakens them for their next task. n0 Another remedy is to take a stro ibi "Physlc," llke Salts, Calomcl, Jalap, Pht ''8' phate of Sodlum, Aperient V/ater, or any i(Jll these mlxed. -.-.I What does the ''PJiyolpJ' do? ?"? lt meroly flushes-out' tho Bowels w !",j n waste of Digestive Juice, set flowlng i: i'ry the Intestlnes through the tiny suckers. icy * * * ' : Cascarets .are the only safe medicine ilt-' thebov/eb. They do not waste any preclous fluid the Boweb, as "Physics" do. lod They do not rclax the Intestlnes bygre tht. big tliem inside lii'.e Castor Oll or Glyceri ''V1 They simply stimulate the Bov ,,-s, Muscles to do their work naturally, cc '"?'?-- lortably, and nutrltlously. lay ll They are put up in thin, flat, round-cc l? tted Enamcl boxe3, so they can be can ln a man's vest pocket, or in a worrti purse, all iho time, without bulk or trou The time to tako a Cascaret is only when you are Sick, but v/hen first suspectycu need one. Prlce, lOoal Bo very careful to get the genu made only by the Sterling Remedy Comf and nsver Bold in bul!-.. Every U ..tumped' "CCC." AU diu^ists. GflHLaaUB!aax^?j*wf.nw?? tfor Infants and Chlldren. Cawtovla U n liarmless mibstituto i'or Castor Oil, Pare? goric, Drops and Soothiug Syrups. lt is. Pleasant. lt contains nelthor Opium, Morphlno Jior othor Narcotlo Hiibstiuicc. It dostroys "Worma and allays Fovcrislinosa, It curcs IMarrhooa and Wind Collc. It rclleves Tcoth ing Troubles and curcs Coustipation. It rcifttlatos tho Stomach and Bowels, ffivinff healthy and imlurul sloop. Tho Childrcn's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bougllt, " Bears tho Signaturo of and rcforrlng to somo ot tho lutler'ii aets ln hls long leglslntlvo oxpcrlence, suld: "I shnll ouoto hlm coplously in thls Campaign, for 1 consider hlm ono worthy of omulatlon." The formor JIouso mombor doclnred that hc favored an npproprlatlon to Inforce tho Corporatlon Commlsslon'a rulos roqulrlng rallroad companies to handlo freight moro expodltlously, and proper leglslatlon to compol tbo ex? press nnd I'lillnuin car companies to ! pay moro taxes. > .Mr. Folkes dwelt upon tho grent re Bources of tbo Stato. and advlsed hls hcarcrs to read tho Audltor's report for Information on thls subject. He crcnted laughter by suylng It was a cheaper book thnn Burk's History of Vlrglnia. Keeps Them in Good Humor. Captaln John A. Curtls kept hls hecrers In a constant ronr of laughter and applausc. "I am no lawycr," hc said. ''I nm a sallor, ai'd havo boon a hewer of wood nnd a drawer of water all my llfe. T am ns young in braln nnd actlon ns nny of my compotitors. It a itiati hi only as old as ho feels, I am Just sweet twenty-one. 'lf n rray-h"a led nnn' can dr. no moro, ho can help purity tbe alinos phero ln tho Legtsial.uro, If you send me to tho J-Toun'o, I'll be no layman there. for I know tho way to nll tho cuddy-holes of the Capltol, even If It Ib new. "I l ayo n great name, and this oughi to appe.il to you. I am named John for tho man who bnptlzed our Saviour; Alexander for hlm who conrptered tho world and erlod for more lo eonqucr, and Curtls?woll, that ls a good name, for you -never heard of one of them in prison, except for flghtlng. "I am going to he elected, bocaiiso nenrly ovorybody will voto for me. Somo will help me for sympathy, oth? ers becaiiHo 1'm a veteran, and many on genural prlnclples, so I'll get them all." Mr. Blalr declared he would nol speak ut length. as the club waa ir hls ward nnd he rogardod tbe othei candidatcs, nopiewhnt ln tho nature ol hls gucVts. Ho dld go ovor hls rocbVc brlclly, however, and declared that hi , was a buslness man wlio believed li gotting results where they could hi secured by honest methods. He ha< fought every siiccIcb of graft In th' Councll, and hnd tried to fccrvo tlu people falthfully. .Sonator llarman opoko for a fc-v minutes and hrlefly revlewed his coursi in the Bcglslaturo. He hnd done hi best to sorve the people falthfully and would contlntic on thls line l roturnod. Messrs. Glenn nnd Peyton llkcwis told of their work In the Ceneral As seinbly nnd enumerated the purtlcu Inr measures they hud supported ain opposod. Tho former declared that ho woul relntroduce and push hls bill creatim tbo ofllco of traveling auditor, und th lattor promlsed to contlnuc hls actlvl tles on the slde ot tho people. .Mr. Bluke caught the. ear of lil audlenco Wlth qulto un attractiv speech, In whlch ho promlsed, lf ser to tho House, to devote hlmself to sc curing such roforms as hls judgmen should dietato, Held fof Manslaughter. RAVANNAH, GA.. April 17.?ln tli police court to-day Georgo Hulbor wutchman; B. E. Wallace, englneer. nn W. 13. Jackson, flreman, in tho emplo of tho Central nf Georgla Ballroad. wl , : wero ln charge of the traln nnd crosi ie Ing wheii a Blght-seeing nutomooi a* was run down on Hapirduy last, Injui Ing Miss Mary Teresa Itourkc, of Brool 13 lyn N. Y., so badly tbat she dled, ar ,d severely injurlng sovoral others, wei held for trial on a charge of mai ts sluughter. i THE WEATHEF 13- I Forccast?Fnlr Thursduy and 1; r .? day, exuopt raln Friday ln west portlo '2 Hght north winds. North Carolina?Fair Thursday, pr ' coded by raln in tlio oarly morning !? i day, Increasing cloudlnoss, probub ge ,-ain; fresh north winds. GONIH'riONS YBSTKUDAX a Blohmond'a weather was cool ni .. clear. Kango of tho thermometer: '."? , 9 A. M.'15 C P. M. ? 12 M.51 9 1J- M. 2 , ? P M...00 12 midnight... . "Z ?> Averago.51 1-3 t Iflgliest tomporuturo yosterday.. CO 01 l.oweso, lempora'turo yosterday... -11 Mean temperaturo yestorday.r.O 1 Noriuul teinporaturo yestorduy... f>7 \ 'iJeparturo from noinal temp'ro.. Ou ItH THIS DAY LAST YHAIt. n(0 : !) A. M. .04 (1 P. M. 12 M.TO l) P. M.... IS p. Rl.,..70 12 midnight. . . . Averago.(10 1-2 CONWITIOXS IN IMl'OHTANT C1TII (At S P, M., ISastorn Tlmo.) i 0| Pluce. Thor. H. T, AVonth Ashovillo, N. C... 50 KS Cloudy Augusta . 00 74 Hnln a=. Buvenporl . 44 48 Cloudy Atlanta, Ga. 54 ii 1 italn 09. liill'ialo, N. V. 31 42 J'lnln /p1- Chlcago, 111. 110 '38 Cloudy . I'lneiiuiutl. 0. 4 2 44 Clear >m- Dctrolt, Mich. HI! 40 Itldll lliittorus, N. C. .. 48 r.-l Bill ii ' JudksonVUu.72 . 78 Hnln Kniisas City. 48 f.O V. eloui ?.- Memphis . 52 52 Cloudy ,,n- N.-w orlou.is. 72 71 lia n . ricd Oklahoina City.,. 50 54 Cloudj .?,. I'lttshurg, 'Pa. 30 ;|;S ??',".? 1113 rtuleigh . 50 80 Cloudy ble. Suvannnl, .. 74 80 Rn n Norfolk Va. 48 51 Clear "?? TampnU'Fla::;::.'. 72 &d Olflarv: you raaSton v. :':??; U ?<> %*\? ^nir Hllllllllhli"! ?,. .,,, Vlfiln 30X, Vi.)i?Wstono . .... -s i[> iwn in6' MIMA'J'UUM AI.'MAXAO n ' Aprll 18, 190 ,w?i Sini rlses. B:Ha HIGH TIDB. lblet Bun si'ts ..... 0:40 Morning... ^l 7JJ .'Moupi sets.U;oS livcnl.u^.t,,,! PICKED UP MAN'S EAR AND SEWED IT BACK ON AVllllam Wood, an employo of Mlllon & Mllllor, on South Slxth Streot, suf? fered a pecullar accidunt yosterday mornlng whon ho fell hotwecn tha elevator and the basoment lloor and hnd hls left ear cut off. Ills head wns badly mnngled. A hurry call wns sent ln for Br. B. Xx Hudglna, of city nmbulnnco corps. Tho physlclan plck ed up tho car, and thoro ln tho collnr calmly sewed It back ln plnco. Br, Iludgins snys thnt It will grow back Just as lt was beforo and that tho man mny i.'till havo both oarB. OBITUARY. Mrs. Yetta Zander. Mra. Yetta Zander, formerly Mlss Yottu Kraker, of this city. dled yestor dny afternoon nt her home In Tarboro, N. C, She was born In Cerrnany on I January G, 1S3I, and camo to the Bnltcd States ln 1859. Some yenrs after her I marrlago sho moved to Tarboro. She U survlved by three children?Mr. GUs . Zander, of Tarboro; Mrs. D. Bichten i stcln. of Hichmond, and Mrs. Mosoa Y. Zander, of Clnelnnatl, O. She also leaves one slster, Jlrs. Solomon Sandberg, Troy, N. Y. The funeral will take place to-mor? row mornlng nt 11 o'clock from tho resldenco nf her son-lii-luw, Mr. IJ, Blchter.stein, No. 1-119 Grovo Avenue. Infant Dead. Joseph lt. Blce. tho two-year-old son of Mr. und Mrs. G. H. Blce. of Maddox lllll. dled nl the homu of hls parents on Tuesday night nbout 10 o'clock. Tho funeral will take place from tho home thls mornlng at 10 o'clock, and the Intermont will be made. ln Oakwood 'Cemetery'. Funeral of Mr. West. The funeral of Mr. Benjariiln H. West, who dled on Monday afternoon at tho Memorlal Hospital; took place yesterduy afternoon nt 5 o'clock troin Grove Ave? nue Baptlst Cliurch. The servlces wero conductcd by Rov, .T. B. ilnwthorne, D. B-. nnd Bee. R. J. Wllllngham, B. B. Tho followlng gentlemen actcd us pall-bearers: Actlve?Messrs. Krnest M. Young, J. Garlnnd Pollard. ? illlam ElllBon, .lohn S. Harrison, Frnnk T. Sutton. Jr.. Braxton Tnbb. AA'alkor C. Cottrell, M. V. Mahoney. llonorary? Messrs. XI. R. Pollard, 3. I). Crump. Pro? fessor R. K. Cnlnes, Br. C. S. Mitchell, Br. F. "W; Bontwrlght. Messrs. McGregor Anderson, Archer Howell, riasklna llob son. Funeral of Mr. Cabell. The remalns nf Mr. P. II. Cabell wero taken yesterday mornlng to Jnglewood. Nelson county, where the funeral took plnco In the afternoon nt r. o'clock. Tho llve sons of Mr. Caboll ncted as pall bearers. Funeral of Mrs. Kersey. The funeral of Mrs. Anna Augusta Kor.sey will take place from her homo, No. 312 North Twenty-seventh Stroet, this afternoon at 4:?.0 o'clock. The ln terment will be made In Hollywood. Mrs. Kersey ls survlved by her Iiuh hand, Mr. James Q. Kersey. and threo daughters. Mrs. Frank T. Batos, Jr., Misses Augusta B. nnd Jennie Junn Kersey, and one son. Mr. XV. E, Kersey. Mrs. G. N. Garvin. PART RADFORD, VA., Aprll 17.? Mrs. G. N. Garvin. dled thls mornlng nt tho homo of her son-in-1aw, Mr. Taylor Murtin, nt the ago of clghty eiglit years. Sho had boen lll about a month, and ftoath was due to old ago. Funoral servlce will bo held from Cen? tral Presbyterian Church at 9:30 to morrow mornlng, and burlal will bo at Bluoflpld. Jlrs. Garvin wns Mlss Ellza Bughs, of Cnmpbell county, and was born on . shipboard, her parents being enrouto from Ireland. XXo^ married llfe waa pussed ln .Franklin county, and for tho lnst ten yoars Bbc had lived ln Radford. Sho Jeavea four children-? Mrs. J. XV. llartivoil,'. of Roanoko; Mrs. D. T. Martin, of. East Radford; Mr. AV. D. Garvin, of Blucfleld. nnd Mra. A. IT. Wost, of Graham?all of whom wero at hor bedsldo when death camo. Mrs. Anna S. Walton. ffipeclnl to The Tlnnm-Dlsi.atcli.l ABEXANDR1A, VA., Aprll 17.?Anna S. AValton, widow of Waller Walton, dled thls mornlng at her home, near Wood liiwn Mnnsion, Falrfax county, aL tho ngo ot soventy-throo yoars. Edward AValton nnd Mlss Sarnh AValton survivo hor. Mrs. AValton located at Woodlnwn, tho "Frlends' Settleinent," from New Jorsey, ln 1810. S. R. Reed. AVTNCTIESTER, VA., Aprll 17.?S. R, Reed, ny prominent young farmer o( Clarko county, dled suddenly yosterday at hls homo near Mount Alry, nged twenty-flvo years. Ile leaves hla widow, mothor, two brothors und threo slsters. , -?-? \ DEATHS. ZANDI3R.?Dlod. AVodnesday afternoon, Aprll 17th, in Tarboro, N. C, Mri, YETTA ZANDER. ln tho sovouty fourth year of her ago. Tlio funoral w 11 tako plnco TO MORROW (Frlday) MORNING at U o'clock from tho rosldonco o? lor snn-in-law, D. Llcntensteln, 1*119 Grovo Avonuo. nnvrniSR_Tho funeral of tho lalo lOI-IN CARY COUPER, who dlod lu Boston, Mass., Aprll 13th, will tako ?B3: Funeral Notice. _Tho funeral of UARY COUPER, wln i.iKu.ni. Mass., Aprll 13th, nlaco nt Bliindfnr.i Ccniotory, Petors? burg Vn- THBBSBAY MORNING. YOU GTnTELY ON THE BITTERS. past experlenco hus taught thousnnda of persons thnt lu nll cuses of Stomach, Blvcr or Bowel dlsorders the Blttera cnti bo relled on to fllve relief even when othor medlclnoa huvo fulled. HOSTETTERS STOMACH BITTERS should thoreforo bo tho flrst thought aa soon ns you notlco nn nttuek of Sick Headache, Dynpepsln, Indlgestlon, Cos tiveness, Heartburn, Malarla pr Femalo B;i,2 Ills. U Is absolutely pure.