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rnt. timics rot;.N*D_*D i_n_ WHOLE NUMBER 18,436. RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBBI. 12.. 1910. TIIE WBATIIBn TO-DAY?Pa... PRICE TWO CENTS. OUTLOOK EDITOR GISJPEWS Dr. Lyman Abbott Ex plains Democratic Landslide. ROOSEVELT NOT RESPONSIBLE Former President Is Acquitted of Any Blame for Disastcr of His Party?Points to Tri umph of Insurgents as Proof That It Is Not Reaction. New Vork, Novomber II.?Dr. Lyman Abbott. edltor or tht- Outlook, of whloh _>lr. Rooscvelf. Ih a cpntrlbutlng edltor. to-day gave out hls (Dr. Abbott's) In __n>retutlon or thf recent- electlon em bodlcd ln an edltorlal to appear In thu next Issue ol the publlcatlon: "The popular dlasatlefaction witr. present condltlon.. especially wlthth. hi.h prices; Indlgnatlon at the manl fi-st control by the speclal Interests of tho tarlff revision and stlll more at tho de.cri-ca and oulogles of tlie tarllt "blll; wruth at thc corruptlon and the liypoeritical pretonses discloscd ln cer? taln Infltientlnt Hepubllcan elreles, <.ou l>leil wlth thc forgetfulncas of the fact thpil tlu.- cxposure and prosecutlon were -iirnisheil liy Republlcans; a growlna convtctton that there was an atllancc between ihe speclal lnterest;* and tho Itepubilcan olign-rohy; wlth the beiloi that tho easiest way to hit It was by votlng wlth the opposltion; Inillfference in an electlon whlch, lo many voters, uppcarcd to bo a contest rather be? tween pcrsons thun between prlnci? ples?an Imprcsalon whlch a too pcr Bonal campalgn ten.led to Increase; a _--n.-i.il IncllnatlOn ln Anicrlca to make i_ change ln polltlcal control froni tlnie to time, au In-linutlon whlch the politi? cal condltlon. that prevalled In solid _jt?tea doe_ much to justlfy; some foars In certaln quarters, not less polltlcally effective because wholly undelln__t, lest thc spectre of radicallsm should work ba ... to buslneas Interests; the fact *. lat the Republican party was dlvlrt between thc Insurgents and the Itegulars, whlle the Democratlc party, 1 : ??? .1 from li"* trailltlons of Clevelanil *_nd tho personaUty ?>! iir.an. wa.- tor the iirst time In year- unlted?aU these ? -i-...-_ eombined to ijriiig about a p.li tical revolutlon. II'iimi'i i>i?j|?-iiir rtcncilon. "But 1 do. not bellevo the -Icctlon in di.atc_ a reatttoo an,i revolutlon. Tlio' facts that ln eyery State cx?ept lu dlana, where there was a definlte pop? ular Insurgent movement within tbe Xtepubllcan party whlch Bucceeded, that party succeeded in the electlon; that ln every Stato except where there was no such movement wlthln the party, oi where lt falled, thc Republican party falled ln the election* that, wlth the ?slngle exceptlon of the Senator from Indlana, no Senator who was retlrod by failure to secure elther a renoml natlon or a re-electlon represents the I'rogresslvo elcment In the party; that of thc Governors. elected a dee'dort majority represent the Progressive rather than the reactlonary elements ln their respectlve partles, Includlng -such representatlves - of progressive thought as Woodrow Wllson, on the .Atlantic Coast, and Illram Johnson, on the Pacltic; that the Insurgents are In eurgents no longer, but ave recognized as leaders of the Repuhlie.n party, all Indlcate that the election, which ls ii slgnal trlumph of tlie Democnitle party, is not a defeat of progressive prlnciples and does not indlcate a deca dence of the progressive spirlt. I*rrr*> Ttoosevrlt of Olnme. "Nor do I think that tlio jaek-o'-lan tcrn bugaboo of Mr. Roosevelt's imag lned monarchlcal ambttions cut any con eldorahlo flgure ln the election. 'The fact that tho greatest falling off In tne I-cpubllcan vote was ln tho State ot Pennsylvanla, where hls volce was not once heard ln the campalgn, ls signlti cant if not concluslve upon the polnt. The simple fact ls that a Democratic trlumph was publlely predlcted by both Democrats and Republican.. elght months ago and was forcshadowed by the onforced retlrement of Mr, Aldrich and air. Halc from the Senate and by the Maine electlon ln September; Mr. Boosevelt was called ln to save the sit? uation; he responded to thc call, but could not turn the tlde. "He did something more important; he heartencd the Progressives in hls own party, carrled forward in his own Btate the work of party purlflcation so well begun by Mr. Hughes, and did .omethtng to insplre wlth the splrit of genuine and national Democratlc pro? gress the party of hls political oppo nents." CONDITION OF ELKINS B'ei-t Virginia Senator Deelnred to ne j on Itunil to Recovery; Washington, D. C, November 11.? Steadlly on tho mend wns the report flven out to-day in regard to Senator -tephen li. Elkins, who was brought lore Wednesday ln a prlvate car from ljs home ln West Virginia, Colln H. Llvlngstone gave out a itatement designed to set at rest rtt nors as to tlie alleged sorlous concli ion of Senator Elkins. Mr. Llving itono sald: "The Sonator's ailment ls an aflliction if tlio iutestlnes of a 'temporary na ur., occasioned by something ho had aton. Hls condition hns at no tlmo icen serlotts. He had favor, but that pas virtually ceaseii. "Ho has boen Improvlng foi* the last wo weeks. lt cannot be sald datinltely iow long he will bo conflned to his ed, but it will only be a matt'er of a ew weeks. lt wns only bocause of he approaoh'of wlnter,'whlcb._is| moro Igorous in West 'V.rglnla -than hero, hat Senator Elkins decided to come to ls resldence ln Washlngton. "Tho roport that ho ' was brought 6ro to be nearor better medical aklll ? unfbunded. Thoro ls absolutely no _ou_.Ut o_ porfunuinn un op.ruUon.'* ENGLISH CAMPAIGN BEGINS t'encral l.lecllon Wlll Take I'lacc ln December or Januiirr. London, November 11.?aii early gen? eral electlon belng assured, the only fiuestlon now ngltating the country is wlietlier lt wlll take placo In Becom.cr or .lonuury, Ilerbert Henry Asqultn, ibe prlme Mlrtlstor, who must decldo thls fiuestlon, thus far hns kept hls own i.-ounsols. He left town quletly thla afternoon, nnd not even tbe mem bi r* of hls Cablnet knew hls destlnu tlon untll the newspapors nnnouncc.l hls arrlval at Sandrtngliam. Where Klng George ls In residence. The fi.r lect of the vlslt Is to ucquaint ilin Majesty of the fallure of thc constl? tutional confororice, nnd to udvise inm of tbe course the g.jvornmont Inteno-i to ptirSUe. It Is b-IIOV.d that tne Cab? lnet has declded nol ty carry on any further work wlth tne present p.riiu ment. without HUch guarautees as woul r Insiire success to the Brov.-niiroent s polk-y. Ordlnarlly tho resolutions on the veto power of the House of Lords. Whlch pa.sed the House of Commons ut tbc last session. would be d'scussej ln Ihe upper chamber, nnd the govern? ment would .iw.it thelr r.-Jcctlon be foi-i- taking action, The rcfusal or tii. oonstltutlona) conference to ucccpt tlie governm. nt's compronilse, however, makes discussion of the veto resolu? tion iiseless In tho view of the Itadt cals, nnd the opinlon prcvails that tbe government elther must reslgn or ad vlsc the dlssolulloti of Parliament. II ls slgnlllcant that the trend of f.'ollng In Llbhral clrcles distlnctly fa vors an Immodlate electlon. The campalgn practlcally began to nlght. wlth speecliCH In all parts ol" thc country. Organlzatlons of all klnds are gettlng on thelr war palnt. Not the least of those are the auffragettcs. . whose. ..-ry wlll be "down wlth the veto nnd Prime Minlster." The Unlonlsts wlll llght tholr campalgn on the home rule l*HUe. BAD DAY FOR AIR-MEN Wlnd Condltlons Spoli sport nt Baltl? more X\ lut lon Meet. B_ltlmore, Md., Novem.er 11.?A wlnd such as avlatora abhor?the sort that comes ln short, snappy gusts and then rlles down to nothlng?-complcteiy spolled the contemplated ovptt at the avlation meet here to-day. Asslstant .Secretary of the Navy Wlnthrop and u party from Washington witnesscd what lltlle lly Ing there was during the af? ternoon. At 2:15 P. M. fhe wlnd. whlch had been ? blowlng tweuty-flvc mlles an hour. died down to aevente?n. and Archlbald Hoxsey. in the blg Wrlght pasaehger-carrylng blplane, made a try for nltitude and duratlon. He found much trouble wlth the wln. In the upper alr? and descended at 3~;0S_ nfter havlng reached a height of 1.05t^ feet. He reported a great cold a.ove. Just before he landed Hubert Lath. am, tn hls Antolnette. started on a duratlon lllght. lie kept vory. close to the ground, anj hls monoplane rockeo like a shlp ln a bad sea. but he hanJLed lt in a way to challenge admiration. He made a brave flght. agalnst the gusts, but camo to earth after a llve nilnutc fllght. The audlence walted patlently for further fly'ng, bnt the wlnd condltlons gre-w worse rather than better. and no further fllghts wero attempted. OFFICERS ELECTED l-'lnnl Se?_lon of A.nocliitloii for I'rr trntlon ur lof.-uu Morinlltj. llaltlmor.-. MiJ.. Novembor IL?Dr. C'iar!r- Il.-n leison. of the Unlverslty of Ciii'.ago. was elected pr.sld.nt of -.iie Anaerjcan Assoclatlon for Study a:id prey.NnHr.n of lnfaht Morlalltv to-day and Chlcago waa seP-cte.l' as the place j for next year's moetlug nt the Ilrst' annna! moetlng of tne assoclatlon whlch closed. to-day. J Other offlcers were: Presldent-elpct foiy 1912, f?r. Crlssy L Wllbur. chlef statls tlclan. Bureau of the con_us. Wash'ng ton: Vlce-Presldenls, ILtrold McCor mlck. Chlcago; Dr. Henry I. Colt. New? ark. N. .!.-. Secretary. Dr. V. S. Church 111, Chlcago: Treasurer. Austin MeLan ahan. Baltlmore. The permanent hoadiiuartors of thc association will rc-m.in ln Haltlmore. wherc they were establlshed a year ago. Thc exhlbitlon held ln connec? tlon wlth the meeting will remaln open untll November 16. Thc meeting has been attended by representative phy? siclans, speclallsts, health ofticeis and social workers from every part of thc country. OBJECT TO JUDGE LANDIS Indleted Mcinbem of Ileer Trust De in-itul n flinnge of Vriiur. Chicago. November 1 1.?Judgo Ken nesaw Mountain I_indis. author of thc United States Dlstrict Court, auth? or of thc- famous $29.000.000 line agalnst the Standard Oll Company, Is not de slred bv indleted members of the so called beef trust to preslde ovor thelr trlal ou a charge of eonsplracy ln re? stralnt of trade. A quartet of counsel for the packers entered thc court room and demand a change of venue on the ground that Judge Landis' Ig dlsquallfled from sit? ting by reason of havlng acted ln tne role of special prosecutor or at least Investigator of a slmllar charge agalnst aame d-efendants fifteen years ago. "Flle your petltlon \-?ith the clerTc of ths court, and 1 wlll hear arguments next Wednesday." renvrked the court. When seen later Judge i_.andla sai he had no comment to make on the ap? pllcatlon. MEMORIAL T0 HAY Library at llrown ncdlcfited ln Honnr of DI.tlnculMhed .lumnim. Provldenee, R. I., November 11.? Men prominent ln the educational woi-Id assisted ln the d.dlcatlon at Brown Unlverslty to-day of a memo? rlal llibrary. in commemoration of-John Hay, once Secretary of State, who was an alumnus of Brown. Eulogies wero. delivered by united States Senator Elihu Root. of New York. who was as? soclated wlth Mr. Hay ln the Cablnet of President McKlnley, and succeeded liim as Secretary of State. and by Pres? ldent Emeritus James B. Angell, of the Unlverslty of Mlchlgan. who "Was Mr. Hay's teacher at Brown, and at terwards his close frlend and advlser. AUTO ACCIDENT FATAL ' John B. George, Prominent In Bu.l ne.n, Utes In llospltnl. Allentown. Pa., November 11.?As the result of an automoblle colllslon at mldnight, John B. Georgo, presi? dent of the American Flre Company, dled ln a hospltal here to-day. George and Moulton V. Knecner were rotiirn lng home ln a taxlcab after complet Ing- arrangements for a parade to-day of the Allentown Fire Department, whon the vohlcle was run Into by another taxlcab. The passengers In both machlnes were slipned Into tho Btreet and Georgo sustatned a fran tttred skull. Knecner was slightly In? jured. "MR. DOOLEY ONFLYING" THE NEXT OF THE NEW "DOOLEY>' SERIES IN THE SUNDAY . TIMES-DISPATCH TAKE UP MISSION WORK IN KOREA Virginia Conference Adopts Large Program of Foreign Effort. PLAN FOR CARE OF OLD MINISTERS Assessment of One Per Cent. of Pastors' Salaries Is Ordered. Three Applicants for Minis terial Orders Dropped from Roll?Cannon Makes Statemen.. _ I.arge mlsslonary problems, wlth ex tenslvo Schemea for church # work ln Korea as the speclal lleld ot the Vlr? glnla Methodist.-.. were discussed yea? terday mornlng by the Methodist Con? ference, ln sesslon at Centenary Church, the r,-port of the board of mlsslons recommendlng speclal work in Korea belng adopted without ills sent. A ptibih- address by a roturried mlsslonary from Korea yeaterday after noon nt 3:30 o'clock, and a general meetlng for tlie diicu8___n of the sub? ject of mlsslons lnst nlf.lit, made the day one largely devoted to the work ln thc foreign lleld, several of the speakers emphaal.lng the opportunl. tlea presentd through the frganization of the __aymen'a Movement. Thr.t- .Mlnl.ti* r* llrnpiii-il. The characters of a number of young men applying for entrancc to th. Methodist mlnlstry were passed upon. two being dropped, not because o? any charges against thelr moral character, but because the presidlng elder of thelr district did not consider that they hnd the fitness and quallflcatlona for tho itlnerant mlnlstry. It was stated that the credentlals furnlshed to the last conference by Rev. Alexander Cccley Brown, pnrportlng to be from the Northern Methodist Church. hud been found to- be nol genuine, nnd on mo tion of Rev. Asbttry Chrlstlan, the ac? tion taken last year recognlzlng him as a mlnlster was r.scindcd. Resolutlon.: were adopted us to closer unlon and fellowahlp wlth other churctics, providing for tlie appolnt? ment of a committee of three clerical and three- lay deleeates. The poilcy of tbe conference wltb regard to the su. perannuated fund for support of re tlred minlsters was changed, after a somewhat heated debate, the report of the committee recommending- that an ansesstnent of 1 per cent. of the pastors* snlarles be laid on the 1-niiividual churches for the fund being adopted. Thc Randolph-Macon resolutions. which were debated on Thursday and of whlch the tirst two Items were adopted. Wlth six items still pending, were not called up, and sre still* before the body, the report having lt that a compromise for the remainlng resolu? tions is ln process of preparation. Superannunted Fund. The questlon of the fund for, super annuated ministers wai- prcclpitated by a report from the joint board of flnance, presented by Rev. B. M. Beck ham, rccltlng that while ln 1902 the General Conference began to collect an endowment fund for thc support of retired minlsters. the Virginia Con? forence, one of the largest, had con? trlbuted but .2,388.50, and had actually received back more than twicc the lnterest on that sum, making the re? tired ministers of the Vlrglnla Confer? ence pensioners on the bounty of inore liberal if smaller conferences. The committee recommended the payment by all churches of an assessment of 1 per cent. of thc pastor's salary. Rev. J. R. Stuart, secretary of the superannuated fund, addressed the conference on a need for a permanent endowment. Oppositlon developed at once to the assessment ldea, and there was a mo? tlon to lay the report on the table. Dr. Cannon led the opposltion to thc assessment, saying that the matter should be left to individuals to give as they saw flt. _ Opposed to Mrgc Eudorrnient. j -John P. Branich also. opposed the assessment idea and was opposed to the accumulation of a large endow? ment fund, which he said was making this generation carry tho burdens o? future generations. Dr. Ltpscomb thought that if lt was not true that the Vlrglnla Conference was bearing lts part ln support of aged minlsters, in conslstency and self respect it should refuso to accept the money other conferences havo glven. Mr. Branch agreed that Vlrglnla wus fully able to carry its part, but sald that lf an enftowment was attempted he had never known of an Investment of church money or ot anybody olse's money that part of lt had *not been lost. He thought it was not a questlon of the fidelity of the officers, but ot the character of invostments chosen. Mr. Amiss wanted any money contrlb? uted by other conferences to the sup? port of Virginia superannuates re? turned. Tho vote was called on the report of the jolnt board of flnance, assesslng 1 per cent. of the pastor's salary for tho fund, and it was adopted after a dlvlslon by a vote ot 116 to 65. MtHHiounr.' Work. The report of the Board of Mlsslons was presented hy Rev. J. K. Jolliff. It requested1 the bishop to appoint Rev. XV. B. Beauohamp mlsslonaTy secretary. Th'e report proposes a plan for extended work ln Korea,. the Virginia Conference to pay its regular assessment as hore toforo of approxlmately .20,000. It is proposed in' addl.ton that Virginia assume the entire budgot for Korea, less the special funds already car? rled by other conferences, ( making $15,000 per year. The report states that the conference ls already. obll gated for 116.000 for Granbery CoT lege, in Brasil. Any oxtra or surplus funds are to be applle'd to the advance work in Korea, especially asslgned to this conference. Rev. B. H. Rawllngs, conference mlsslonary secretary, explalned ln de? tail the plans for extension work ln Korea. Addressos on mlsslons were also mado by Dr. C, T<\ Reed, secretary of the I.nymen'8 Movemont, and by Con? forence Lay Leader T. S. Southgate, who asserted that the success of tho ' (Continued, on Soventh Pago.). WOMAN HELD WITHOUT BAIL Mr*. Sebe-k Wlll ne Kept ln ( imloily Vwnlllng Oulcome of Husbnnd'* IIIiion ' Wheellng, W. Vo.. Novemb-i II, lu !a room In thc tower of the county Jnll. niicd up wlth a rocklng chalr and qullts from hor own paluUii home, | Mrs. Laura Karnsworth Schenk re lualned to-day, detulned without prlvl ! Iege of bull, nwiiltlp- dovelopments in the lllness of her husband. John 0 Hchenk, a mllllonalre pork packer. ,\r i-algnment of Mrs. Schenk on charges that she attempted to poison'her hus iiand-hv puttlng arsenic ln hls food and drlnklng water wlll be delayed pendlng tho outcomo of his sickness At thc North Wheellng Hospltal be was reported to-day ns slightly lm proved, but still crltfcally 111. He suf Tern a high fever and has a puls. of 124. Despltc hls weakened condltlon. the authorlties ventured io tell liim of tho arrest of Mra. Schenk, but hc ls sald to have only oxclalmed hei name. and later remarked: "If all these things aro true. she Is where she ought to be." That further nrrests nre to be made ln the case wns added to-nlght by I'roseeuting Attorney Hanlln and Chlef of Police Hastings. It Is belleved the auspeota ean furnlsh avldericc on thc manner in whlcli rirSenlc mlgbt have found Ita way Into tho Schenk home, At the jall to-day Mrs. Schenk wns ouestioned anew, but Bhe repeatedly declurod her innocence of any attempt upon her husbnnd's li fo. Laura Furnsworth Schenk is the daughter of a poor family ln Marlol ta. O. Sho came to Wheellng twenty three years ago nnd found employ? ment ns n domestlc. She worked . such in several homes hore until ten yea'rs later. Mr. Schenk, who wns then twenty-seven years old and wealthy. took her to hls palatial home on Wheellng Island, In the Ohlo Illver, ?a his wlfe. Sho Is u hlotid. of ruddy complexlon and buxom form. Mr. Schenk, who Is presldent of thc pork packlng flrm of F. Schenk . Sons.-ls a mllllonalre, and is n brother of A. M. Schenk. who recently an? nounced hls candldacy fot- the United States Senate agalnst Senator Nathan B. Scott. ?_?,-* END OF ROOSEVELT y.iiiiiiirriniii! vi.in Kle.tloli ShotVM Iloil I'eople Ilo Nol Ulint Dlctotor. New Vork, November ll.?Eugene Zlmmerman, of CInclnnati, the rallroad man and flnancler, came here to-day from Europe on tho Lusltanin. all siniles over the Democratlc landsllde. .lr. Zlmmerman said he had heen a llfelong ftepubliean untll the last few months, but now he was a Democrat. "I belleve ln protectlon," sald Mr. Zlmmerman, "but a revislon of the tar? iff is necessary. In revlslng the tariff the Democrats must be careful not to go too far." Mr. Zlmmerman ^afd he considered the results ,ln many States to repre sent In large measure a rehukc to Colonel Roosevelt. and added: "The people do not want a dlctator. This ln the end of Koosevelt. Over on the other side he has heen looked on merely as an agltator. The people there," I am sure, are nol sorry to see h-Im meet the end hc did. Hc is killed now." Also on th? steamer Lusita.la was Thomas K. Ryan, tho flnancior. Mr. Ryan would not dlscuss the result ot tho recept election. GUNNER KILLS CORPORAL , .Nevrrnl Hour? I.ntcr Cnnmilti Siilcldc to Avoid Captnrc. Vlctoria. B. C, November II.?Gun ner Rowlan. of tlie Work Point garrl 1 son, Brltlsh Army, shot and kllled Cor poral Radcllffo to-day. and several hours later kllled hlmself to uvold cap? tnrc. There had boen a long standing feud between the gunner and hls su pcrlor non-commlssloned offlcer. After kllllng Radcllffe Rowlan took up a posltlon ln thc Mncaulay Point fort, from whlch he defled the whole garrison. Armed with a servlce rlfle and abundant ammunitlon, and wlth the sea on elther side and the earth works in front of hlni, ho held sol? dlers at bay for hours, and flred on a detachment that went to plck up the corporal's body. Realizlng that ho would be starved out ultlmately, Row. lan turned his rlfle on hlmself and blew orr his hea_. To-day's tragedy Is slmllar to that of August 1, when Gunner Thomas Allon. of the Royal Artlllery. shot and kllled Chaplain Potef Elllston for a fancled grlevance. Allen is to be hang? ed on December 22. ELUDES HIS PURSUERS Vouthfnl Fcudlnt ln llldlng Soracwhorc _ in i"e Mountain.. Lexlngton, Ky.. November 11.?While more than 200 armed men searched throughout Breathitt county to-day for Jacob Noble, who kllled Jaller Wesley Turner last Tuesday, the youthful feudist eluded his pursuers. To-nlght ho ts still ln hldlng some where in the mountalns. Governor Wlllson has boen asked to ald ln the chase. and the reward for the arrest of Noble may be Increased. The "men sent out to-day under com? mand of a deputy sherlff have orders to arrest the fugitive "dead or allve." It ts generally antlclpated that a flght will occur if he ls- encountered. Noble. who Is only twenty-one years old, ls charged wlth three othor tioml cldes commltted beforo tho kllling of Jaller Turner. Persons arriving from Jackson, the county seat of Breathlt county. to nlght, say that a relgn of terror exlsts throughout the county, and that hun dreds of citizens havo armed them? selves ln view of the posslbillty of meeting Noble. ?-? EXPLOSION KILLS FIVE Elghtceu Others Injured ns It esult of Dlauater ln Mine. I-IIUsboi-o, 111., No-vombcr 11.?Flvo men are dead and eighteen Injured as tho result of an explosion to-day ln a coal mine at Panama, 111. Four men were kllled outright, and the flfth dled from injurles later. Rassll Romance, ? a mlner, ls still ln the shaft. Gas, i whlch had accumulated ovemlght ln a pockot, several hundred feot from tho mouth of the shaft, exploded, tcarlng out the ilmbers nnd shaklng- the earth for mlles around. No serious tire fol? lowed. Thc men who escaped death wero In? jured by Calllng slate and (lames from the explosion. About 1100 men wero at work ln and about tho mine at the time, most of them belng outside and away from danger. Flfty men ln the entry of the shaft wero roscued by tho other miners. TO INSPECT PANAMA CANAL nepreaentutive. ln Congrcs* Golng lo I.tliiuuN ns Special Gue.tw. New Orleans, November 11.?Several members of the national House of Rep? resentatives" Commlttee on Industrlal Arts and Exposltlons, the Louisiana dolegatlon ln Congress and a numbor of prominent business men wlll leave New Orleans to-morrow mornlnfi" on board one of the Unltod Statea Fruit Company's steamers for Panama as the guests of tho World's Panajna Ex? position Company. After an lnspection of thocunal, tho representative. wlll return to New Orleans and go from hero to Washlngto.. ? Tho members of tho party woro to day guests of tho clty and evposltlon officiiUa. Agreement Made to Re? turn to Work Is Nuliified. NEW JERSEY MEN DEC LINE TERMS Action Angers Mayor Gaynor, and Hc Is Determined to Tem porize No Longer?Will Put Policeman on Every Wagon if Neces? sary. New York. November 11.?The strik? ing express drlvers and helpers of Jer? sey Clty nullitled thls aftornoon lhe agreement reached early thls mornlng between the Now York strikers and the tlve transcontlnental companies. That agreement wus conditioned upon thc consent of the Jersey men to return to work, and they have refused. The situation. now reverts to pre clsoly the position it occupied before Mayor Gaynor took a hand In tlie no gotlatlons?with this exceptlon, thnt tlu- Mayor ls angry, nnd resolvcd to temporlze no longer. Somo of the New Vork drlvers and helpers who belleved the Jersey men would also ratlfy the agreement, were on thelr wagons to day, but if the internatlonal Brother? hood of Teamsters makes good its word, thoy will be Called out again. The chauffeura are Hghtlng thelr own battle, and it promises to be a bltter one. Five hundred cab drlvers went out to uld thom to-day, and they all vow that they wlll never go back untll the unlon ls rccognl/.ed. When the declslon of thc Jersey men became known to thc Brotherhood ofll cials on this slde of the Hudson, Gen? eral Organizor Ashton called on Mayor Gaynor. At thc end of the confer? ence, whlch was brief, Mr. Ashton had nothlng to say. but Mayor Gaynor ex? pressed himself succlnctly. Mayor I? AnKry. "They can reject the agreement it they want to," he sald, "but I beg to say that a committee of thelr own se? lection came to me voltintarlly, with no request of mine. and made an honor able agreement. If the men reject that honorable agreement. T shall teach them that express wagons can be run wlthout. thelr help, even lf wc have to man every one of them with a pollce? man." Judge Coxe, ln thc United States Clr . it Court, decided to-day that ull ex? press wagons mny be run ln thls clty under the conditions that have hltherto nbtained?that is, without municipal llcenses?untll tbe stattis of a drlver ln charge of Interstate express matter with reference to a municipal ordl? nance has been fixed. A further hear? lng wlll be held a week from to-day. The day was one ot expectancy, and there was llttlo vlolence ln thc streets. CONGRATULATE WILSON Scores of Prlnceton (.rudiiatc* Cnll on New Jersey Governor-Eleot. Prlnceton. N. J., Novembor 11.? Scores of Prlnceton graduatos, who are back for the Yale-Princeton foot? ball game to-morrow, called at tbe resldence of Governor-lClect Woodrow Wllson to-day and added thelr eon gnatulatlons to the multitude of mes? sages which have been pourlng in on the former President of Prlnceton University by telegraph and telephone since electlon nlght. More than . 500 telegrams have been received by Dr. Wllson from Governors, Mayors and government offlclals, lu varlous parts of the country slnce the tlrst an nouncement was made that hls electlon was assured. Not a few of theso con? talned references to 1912 presldential prospects, remarklng thnt they hoped to be ablo to congratulate hlm also two years hence. Dr. Wllson wlll receive a host of Prlnceton alumnl to-morrow mornlng, and wlll attend the football game be? tween Yale and Princcton in * tho af? ternoon. BEVERLY THANKS TAFT Councll Appreclatca Clty*. Selection n* "Summer Capltnl.*' Washington, D. C, Novembor 11.? President Taft has received from Luth er Herrick, Clty Clerk of Beverlv, Mass., a copy of resolutions recently adopted by the City Council of that place and approved hy the Mayor ln which lt is set forth that the Clty Couneil of the city of Beverly extends its thanks to the President for the honor conferred on that city ln seleot ing it for the "summer capltal." The hope also Is expressed that the eity's attractlvenoss _nd environment, whlch have contrlbuted much to the rost and pleasure of tlio President and his family, are such Uv. they wlll con? tlnue to reslde there In tlie ?Tummer durlng the remainlng yenrs of hls ad? ministration. WANTS TO GO TO SENATE Henry Gassovrny Dnvli. n t'Hiiditlate to Succeed Scott. Klklns. XV. Vn., November 11.?The polltlcal' overthrow by whlch the West Virginia Leglslature becomes Deino cratlo has led to State-wide speculu tlon as to candidates to succeed Nathan B. Scott. Republican, In the, United States Senate, un,] It Ted to-day to tlie announcement thnt llenry Gassoway Davls. the Democratlc candldate for Vice-President In 1001, lias enterud i]io contest. In nnnounclng his candldacy for the Senate, he says he acts upon the assurancos of members of tb./ newly elected Leglslature and friends that thoy are klndly disposed to the ldea. ?_,-1 .?___??_? Recelver Appolnted for Uimk. Memphls, Tenn., Novo.mUei*?SV-Kol lowlng tho sulclde to-day of K. Schas. president of the Continental havlngs Rank, of thls clty, a recelver was to nlght aprvintcd to take charge of the affalrs of the Instltutlon. Hunsdon Cary, a local attorney, was appolnted recelver. Ponr Killed Hy Mxplo.hm, Kenton, O., Novembor 11.? Four workmon wero instantly killed here to day by the exploslon of a honor at a suwmlll, Thev had gathered about tho bollor to got warm. Murphy Seekr* neat. New York. November 11.?Chu los 1*. Murphy, leader of Tnmmuny Hall, loti for Hot Sprlngs, Va., this afternoon for u rost after tho campaign. OFFICERS FINED BY COURT I'lend *Volo Contcndre <o Vlolatlon of Mhcrmnn Atitltrut* Act. rittsburg, Pa? November lt.?-Flf toon offlcers and dlreetors of thc lm? perlal Wlndow Olass Company ploadod nolo eontendrc heforc Judge James ... Yoting, ln the Unltod States Dlstrict Court, to-day to a vlolatlon of tho Bherman antltrust act, and ench wan llned $500. At thc same tlmo a Hne of J2.D00 wus Imposed upon the corpora? tlon Itself) wlth costs. Among thoso llned are Myroti L. Case, presldent; .1. ct. Sayre, secretary. nnd __. J. Hcaly, vlce-presldent. Dlssolutlon of the com binc, by whlch the government alleged a nionopoly ln hnnd-blown wlndow glass hnd been establlshed and an In? crease ln prlce from 80 to 70 por cont. been effectod. wlll follow Immedlately, it was announced by attorneys for the company. The lmperlal Wlndow Glass Com? panv was Indleted by the Federal grand jury hore last Aprll, wtth Indl? vldual Indlctments agalnst thc offlcers nnd dlreetors, mnlnlv through the ac? tlvlty of Unltod States Attorney John II. C.ordan and Edwln P. Orosvonor. special nssfstant to tbc Attorney-Gen oral's oillco at Washington. The com? pany was organlzed In West Virginla less than two years ago. The court sevoroly scored the defen? dants. The company, It has been al? leged, controlled thc product of glass fndtorles ln moro than a score i_ States. ATTACKED FROM BEHIND Prlaon Olllclnl* .Htobbrd nJ* -Mn? ScrV Ing Llfe Sentence. Concord, N. H? November 11.?Dep? uty Warden Frank R. Bailey. of tho State prison ln thls clty. was seriously wounded and Dr. Ralph E. Galllnger, ih>* prlaon physlclan nnd son of United States Senator Jueob H. Gallingor, wus cut ln tho wrist by a man known only ns John Doe, who Is servlng a llfe term for murder, Thc prisoner came pn tne two men from behlnd and stabbed them wlth a knlfe. Hla chanccs of recovery are now be? lieved to bc good. Deputy Bailey s wound is in the abdomon, and hls con? dition is aald to bc more comfortable to-nlght. Dr. Halllngcr"s Injuiy is.not serious. Doe wns engaged Tn cleanlng a cor riddr when, ln somo way not yet ex? plained. he got possession of n, knlfe whlch one of the "trusties" was using In making some repalrs. The warden and tho physlclan were engaged In re? celvlng the dnily slck report ot tho prison when they wore attacked. Doe wns uulckly oVerpowored and dlsanncd bv other prison offlcials. Whlle attempting to escape arrest for a hurglary ln Dovor in 1005, Doe shot and kllled u passenger on a traln at Rocklngham Junctlon. and was scn tenccd to llfe liuprlsiuimeiit. REPUBLIC IS RECOGNIZED ('orm.ny Re.unic. Xegotlntlou. WH'i PortiiKueso Government. Lisbon, November 11.?Germany to day followed the example of Great Britaln. Franoe. Spain and ltaly, and resumed negotlatlons with the Portu guese government. The action of these government is regarded as n -vlrtual recognltion of the republlc Of Portugal. Last night thero was a maiumoth torchllght procession, headed by Re? publican leaders. ln celebration. The paraders passed before thc legations wltl: whlch (liplomatic relntions have beon ro-estuhllshcd. In view of the attitudo of other countries, thero I.s conslderable sur prlsc In offlclal clrcles that the Untretl States still holds aloof from the provl slonal governmenl. Amerlcan Mtnistor Gago refers all Inqtilrlcs on the sub? ject to Washington. According to one report. publlshed hore. the Amerlcan government Is de laying action until it has further in? formation regardlng the alleged mas sacre of Jesult fathors hy revolutlon ists. This delay, It Is held lT__re, can? not fall to adversely affect tho com? merelal relatlons between Portugal and the United States. Unltod Statea .\ot Behlnd. Washington. November 11.?The United States instructed Us represen? tatives ln Portugal several weeks ago to transact business with the dc facto government there. ? ? , However, thls does not constltuto formal recognltion of the now govern nient Such action wlll not be taken until thc State Department is con? vlnced of Its stabillty. It ls the view of State Department offlcials thnt Great Brltaln. France, C.ermany, Spain and ltaly have. just dono what tlio United States did weeks ago Each country -must determlnc for itself when to recognlze (ormally the now republlc, and the United States would not bo influenced by steps taken by any othor government. FROM SHIP T0 SHORE .IcCurdv Wlll Attempt to Fly Flfty Mlle. Over the Sen. New York. November 11.?Wlth fair weather promlsed for to-morrow. preparations went actively forward to day for J A. D. McCurdy's. proposed fllgh- to Governor's Island from the doek of the Hamburg-Amerlcan Unoi Pennsylvanla, flfty miles out at sea. The Pennsylvanla sallsat, noon, a? the fllght is to begin about 3 o olock McCurdv wlll curry a special man pouc.h fllled wlth letters wrltten on light welght paper. Hls take-oft b to bo from a plank runway oIght}-n\e feet long. extendlng out over the stein of the shlp. Several yachts and thvee fllght and ln gettlng away by J. C. (BudI Mars, of the Curtlss staff. HUNGARIAN ARRESTED Charged. WJtU Wrltlng J??re"t?nl-lf Letter to John D. noekefeller. Now York, November ,11:?Charged wlth wrltlng. a threatenins letter to John D. Rockefeller. demanding $50,000, Peter, Llllljolin. a Hunjfarlan. twent> three.yours. old. ls hold ut pollce hoad uuarters hero. .Hugo I.urdoft. wjio.ao ouses Llllljohn of sending the letter to him to bo forwurded to Mr. Rocke? feller. mado the complalnt whlch caused tho young Hungarlan s arrest. Kai'doff told deteoi-lvo. ho r.ecelv.q threo lotters from Llllljohn thls after? noon. One. wrltton ln Hungarlan, was addressed to tho Standard Oll chlei. and contalned tho demand tor J6Q,000. Tho others wero addressed to Kavtloll. and dlroctcd him to traoshUe and for? ward tho messago to Mr. Rockefeller, undor throat of death, . . Richmond Selected as Next Meeting Place Little Rock, Ark., Xovenibev 11.?? Wlth the electlou of o-tlc.rw and the selectlon of Rlchnioud aa the place of the next meetlug, the National Convention of the *.nit__ Daughters of tho ConJfcdei'uey practlcally'com. plete. Ita work to-ul__t. The .electlou "of the eouvcutlon clty iireelpltated a -ptrtefl flght inade hy tho.e delegate- who fa? vored Wn-hlngton, the voto ou the iiuc.tlou lu-iiu-, close. AMERICAN F1AG Rioting Stopped by Ef? forts of Government Officers. TEXAS LYNCHING CAUSES TROUBLE Spirit of Unrest Prevails and Renewed Violence Feared. Doors and Windows in Homes of Americans Are Smashed?Railroad Men Attacked by Mob. Guadalajara. Moxtco, November 11.?. An Amorlcan tlug was burned amld crles of "Death to the Grlngos," last nlght durlng rlotous demonstratlon.. against Americans, because of tho lynchlng of a Mexlcan ln Texas. Do-. predatlons committed by the rlotors were not mudc known untll late to-day, when thc danger ot a further outbreak seemed unllkely. Conservatlve cstlmates to-day plucs thf?? daniago to property of Americans at from $5,000 to S10.U00. Although tlio effort. of govcrnmont ofHcors to pre servo order prevented further rioting to-duy, a splrit ot unrest provatied, and renew vlolenco -was feared. Manuel CCt-estra Gallardo. candldatn for Governor. ls dqing everythlng pos? sible ln eonjunctlon wlth the command? er ot tho Federal troops to malntain Peace. American Consul Samuel Ma glll has beon assured by Moxican of? llcers that there wlll bo no furthor troublc. Lato last night a hlgh iron feneo surrounding tho Mothodlst mlsslonary instltute was torn down by the mou, and thc wlndows in the bufldlng were smashed, Glass doors and wlndows in tha homes of C. N. Stroth, W. L. Kline, Rev. n. C. Tlcott. C. E. Caruthers and Dr. XV. s. Swaysoe ln the Amerlcon colony wer_ demollshed. Plate glass fronts in tho Amorlcan Banking Company build? ing, thc German Drug Store, tho Com? merclal Banking Company ofllces. thn store of Carlos Horlng and the Ameri? can Drug Company's store were broken. Wlndows were also demollshed ln the, Cosmopolitan Hotel, and an American restaurant. C. 12. Myers. of Poplln, and Cliff Mun ger, of York, Pa., rallroad employes, wero beaten and klnkcd by thc rlotors, but they were not serlously Injured. ?Wrecked 1?- Mob. Mexlcc Clty,, November 11.?Accord? ing to private telegrams rjecelved to night, tho American consulate at Clu dad Porflrlo Dlaz. State of Cdahuil-. and just across tho border from Eagla Pass, was wrecked by a mob of Me.\l cans last nlght. The messages stated that no one was injured. TRYING TO STOP RIOTS Anierican Cltlzen* Urged to Itefraln From Acts of Violence. Washlngton, November 11?Ameri? can cltlzons ln Mexlco have been cau tioncd by United States Ambassador ll. L. Wllson to refraln from acts of vio? lence, as ho is convinced tfiat thc Mexl? can govcrnmont Is exertlng lts best ef? forts to suppross tho tntl-Amorlcan rlots. Mr. Wllson telegraphed the State Departmont to-day that he antl oipated no furthor violence, and that the American embassy was being care? fully protected. fle reported the ar? rest of flfty-one men, for acts of dls order. Several Interviews havo heen held be? tween Secretary of State Knox and Senor De La Barra, tho Mcxtciin ambas? sador, ln regard to tho situation that has arlson as the result of the lynch? lng of the Mexlcan, Kodrlflutz, at Kock Sprlngs, Texas, November ... There ls no doubt that both govcrn ments keenly regret the trouble. Every effort is belng mado to protect Mexlcan citizens ln Texas, Governor Campbell reported to thc State Depart? ment to-day. Ho sald that he antlcl pated no further trouble, and that tho lynchlng of Roderlguez was belnt? thoroughly Investlgatod. All possible assistance is being glven the Merlcan consul at Eaglc Pass, who ls endeavor lng to ldentlfy thoso responsiblo for tho lynchlng. PR0TECTI0N FOR MEXICANS Consul. to Make Investigation Into the Lynchlng at Rock Sprlngs. Austin, Texas, November 11.?The Mexlcan government is to conducf an Inilependent Investigation lnto tho lynchtng of the Mexlcan Roderigucz at rtock Sprlngs, according to a telegram received by Governor Campbell from Phtlander C. Knox, Secretary of Stata. Secretary Knox wired that tho Moxi? can consul u,nd vice-consul at El Paso wero requlred to mako the investiga? tion on American soil, and urged Gov? ernor Campbell to aceord them protec? tlon whlle in Texas. Governor Campbell was also request ed to afford protectlon' to all Mexicans at I.ock Sprlngs. Governor Campbell wired Secretary Knox that ample pro? tectlon would bo afforded and that thero was no dpprehension of any disturb anco, The Governor also wired tho sherlff of Ed wards county to afford tho Mexlcan consul and vlco-consul all necessary protectlon. A detaelimont of rnngers inay be sent to asslst tht*, sherlff. Jenlousy Cnu.e of Troublc. ' Now york, Novomber 11.?Jealousy of Amerlcnn success in businessahd manufaotures is held rosponsible fnr tho presont agitation In Mexlco aguln-t thls country by C. Plquetto Mitchell, Amorlcan vlco-consul at Mexlco Clty. who returned from Europe to-day by tho Lusttaiil.. after a short leave of absonc-e. < MEXICO EXPRESSES REGRET Wlll-nenl Wltb Tliii.e n._u<in*-lblr tof Iteeeut Qiitbreak*, Mexlco Clty, Novombei* 11. In an Intervlow coneernlng tho recent ' tlls-, turbances in Mexico, Mlnlster of Fort elgn It-laUons Euri.tte C. Creol ta*?