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iWitnesses in Lorimcr Bribery Case Ignore Subpoenas?Ar? rested and Released. Chiengo. III.. April JS.-.ludgn l'ctll In Ihn Superior Court lo-ilay grained u writ of liabeui c?rpua for i-Mwnrd Tilden, Ooorgo M. licuedlcl und IV. C, Ciimmlnga within u liuir hour hftor they had been unrated by II. Ulutilrld. aHslHt'int aurgean t-ul-urins of the Illinois Senate. i Iliitllvld tjnif. warrants charging contempt, inf the Illlnolu Sonate lor tbu refusal or ihn .three to obey auhjiueuuK calling lor llielr ?ppenroiicu with those hooks and accounts t>f the Urovera' Deposit National Hank mid ?tho Droveis' Trust and Savins* Hank rulat 3ng to the accounts of Kdivnrd Tlldeii; Drflgiiuled by Funk. Mr. Tllilcn wan mentioned In Mm testimony of Clarence Punk, of the Internatluiial Har? vester Company, an the muu to whom ho 'nviia Invite* 40 semi a Hubarrlptbm for tbu alleged purpose of aiding 111 t!i?: election of United States senator Wlllluiit l.orlincr. Ilallluld made no lltlcinpt to aircst the three last night on Ida nrrlvnl here, anil they surrendered llieinslves early to-day. nc compiinled by their counsel. Nathaniel <!. jKcara. They repaired 111 mica in ilia court? room, where the writ was Issued, returnable forthwith. Ohjcel Ions to Subpoenas. With other Illings, the subpoenas were Attacked oil the ground* thai they were not ?tipper led by an until or affirmiitton; that they did not describe particularly the books fdinwhiK the receipts und disbursements of money during May. Juii". July, August and Kepteinber; thai the Helm committee bnd >io power 10 Investigate <li? conduct of any members of the present general assembly, end that the lubpounaa wer., not signed by President of the Senate. ? Iteleilaell I nder llond. Judge /Peilt unnouiircd, when the defend: nnts, their counsel and Attorney .lohn ,T. Ilcaly, representing thn Helm committee, lippvarcd. thut he would bo unable to bear tho peiltlon In-day heraus'? of other mat? ters, lie net Monday at 11 A. M. ns the dale for the bearing, ami fixed the bonus of tho three defndanta at ftS") each. ORDERS NONSUIT Irl DAMAGE CASE Judge Whedbee Dismisses Ac? tion ' Against S. A. L. Charters by State. tSpeclal to The Tlmes-I ilspati h 1 Raleigh, N. c. April 'IK?A non-suit has been ordered by Judge Whedbee, of tho Wake Superior Court, In Urn suit by .lames T. Horton, locomotive engineer, vk. the Seaboard Air Line foi Jfid.OOi) damages for Injuries to his eyes, through bursting of the glass water gauge of his engine. ? An admis? sion by Horton that he or his I!reman had broken the outer tube, designed us a protection from accident of tho sort complained of, and that he had taken the engine out In that condition, without reporting tile breakage to tho ynrdmasler, brought about the non? suit under t/ic lllnsdnlo act. The Carolina Power and Light C0111 ,pany obtained a non-suit In Wake Superior Court to-day. In the damage 'null against the company by lt. H. (Holl, who was suing for $15,000 dam? ages, for Injuries In falling fnfu a Isc.-Lfroldlng, at the power plant and 'street ear sheds of the company some months ago. Tho allegation of the plnlntlff was Unit fulling wit8 reully iluo to botng i pushed off of tho scaffold t>y nn em? ploye of tlio company, carelessly and! through negligence of the company. At the conclusion of the evidence counsel for tho Carolina Company on i.i u. demurrer to tho evidence, which was sustained. Tho plaintiff! will appeal. , Official notification camo to the Sec? retary of Stute to-day of tho organi? zation of the North Curollnu Intcrur ban Hallway Company, with principal olllco In Hullierfordton. and with 0. C. .Mills as president and J. T. Gardner as secretary. The corporation was chartered by tin; last legislature. Tho par value of capital stock has been fixed at ?;> for common und $20 lor preferred. 'liiere is an amendment for the charter of the Guston & Talc Com? pany, Marion, that decreases the cap? ital slock from tin.000 to |fi,O00. K. L., Glisten and .1. II. Tale arc the principal stockholders. A ehertor Is granted for the Carolina Coast Line Company. Newborn, with 1100,000 capital authorlr.ed and (13,1100 subscribed for mining marl, limestone, and other materials. Adjutant-General It. \.,. 1.cluster Is notified that Company I* Lumber Bridge, Is the winner of the lirst prize of ?20 for the highest score of any! team In the Second Regiment rllle j range contest at Goldsborn this week; also that the highest individual score | was by Sergeant Wade, of Company i 1?, Goldshoro. The scores are being j reserved until after tho First Regi? ment contest at Gnstonta next week. (Continued From First Rage.) have been g'ven why the church will bulid a house in Washington. Some of them are plausible. But. he assert? ed. If the real reason is anything save to redeem souls It will fall. He did not, he continued, believe that God will permit the building of an institution to foster selfish pride or feed sec? tional partisanship or political preju? dice. "We will go to Washington i" God's name. He said that religion measures the finality of civilization, and that a sound government could never be made up of unsound politics. The bishop deplored the lack of Methodist spirit. The Baptists, he said, would call a man from California to Virginia, and no objection would bo made. Vet If a Methodist minister Is transferred from one conference to another there Is more or less suspicion and quibbling, lie closed with an ideal picture of the work the Washington Representative Church Is to do among all classes and grades of society. Need More Churches. Preceding Bishop Kllgo. Bishop W. A. Candler, of Atlanta, spoke on "Church Extension Work as a mis? sionary Agency." Ho asked for bet? ler buildings in which to house the foreign missionary work. He believed, j he said, with all bis heart in tin itine? rant minlstery. but he did not believe In an Itinerant congregation. A good deal of money, he believed. Is wasted when given to missions which are not housed. Disabusing the minds of nls hearers of the general Impression that China Is a barbarous land, he. said it is tre? mendously intellectual. Confucius ages ago. he declared, produced a better! system ot ethics than has Herbert! Winning Oil for Winning Cars' "To-day I lowered my world's records for trie mile and kilometre; also established a world's record for two miles. Time for kilometre 15.88 seconds; for mile 25.40 seconds; for two miles 51.28 seconds. Used Standard Oil Gasoline and POLARINE. in practice and in final trials and it helped me break records. Nothing but POLARINE for me from now on."?Daytonn, Fla, April 23rd. 1911. (Signed) BOB BURMAN. "When examined carefully after the trials, the BKtzen Benz was found to be in as perfect condition as ever."?A^eto York. Times. This accomplishment again proves that POLARINE is the best automobile oil yet produced. Are You Using Polarine on Your Car ? If yon cannot obtain it from yourdealer, write our nearest Agency. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Our shops are unusually well equipped. We employ skilled machinists, familiar with automobile repair work. ? Brass, Aluminum, Steel and Iron parts made. Successors to MAYO IRON WORKS, Inc., Madison 1186. 2404 East Main Street. Spencer. Soo-chow he denominated" fTTe Athens of the Hast. lie knew of a dozen garages, he pro? ceeded, la his end of Atlanta, where they keep the automobiles, while they are not killing people with them, which arc belter buildings than the usTJal mission church in yhina and Koroa. DlMcunseH Keine Hair. In front of a heathen temple at Kyoto, Japan, said Bishop Candler, be saw a mighty cable, and was told that ii had been used to hoist the Immense pillars which adorned Its entrance. The cable was made of ?hcjiair of the women of China. Digressing a little, speaker said that It he had the hair on the heads of Southern Methodist women, which was not natural or an? cestral, he could make a cable which would build another temple at KyoTb. He thought perhaps that some con? tributions were withheld from the church and spent for false hair. At the afternoon service, Bishop It G. Waterhouse spoke of church ex? tension work on the Pacific Slope, and Bishop W. It. Lambuth spoke about tho Brazilian people, their occupations, their mode of life, and their wonder? ful country, as largo as the United States">vlth Texas counted twice. More of Brazil is still unexplored than re? mains of the unexplored region of Africa. The Amazon is navigable for 11,200 miles, making the greatest river In the world. There are now two an? nual conferences in Brazil, with a dis? tance between the two as far as from Virginia to Maine. Good church build? ings are needed there, as Bishop Water Forecast i Virginia?Cloudy Saturdayt Sunriny fair; light to moderate south winds. North Carolina?I'nHfttlcd Saturday, with local Htinwers; Sunday fair; light to moderate south wind?, 68 215 CONDITION'S VESTERDAY. Friday midnight temperature .... 6S S A. M. temperature. S3 Humidity . 7S Wind, direction .S. IS. Wind, velocity. 4 Weather .Cloudy 12 noon temperature . 67 ;> P. M. temperature . 68 Maximum temperature up to 5 1\ M. Minimum temperature up to 5 1*. M. Mean lempc.ru.turo . Normal temporuturo . Deficiency In temperature .;. Deficiency in temperature since March 1 .. Accum, deficiency in, terrjperaturo since January 1. 73 Dollciency in rainfall since March 1 . 1.66 Accum, deficiency in rainfall since January 1 . 1.93 OHTANT CITIHS. Standard Time.) II. T. Weather. 80 Cloudy 66 Rain r.S BaJn 64 Cloudy 58 Cloudy 75 Clear 70 Cloudy 72 Rain 5S Cloudy 50 Clear 72 \ P. cloudy 52 Cloudy 76 Clear 7? Clear 36 P. cloudy 78 Cloudy 80 P. cloudy CS Cloudy 61 Cloudy 72 Cloudy 76 Clear 7fi Clear 74 Clear So*. Rain 70 Cloudy 70 Clear 80 P. cloudy 73 Cloudy 70 Cloudy 72 Cloudy 58 Clear 58 Cloudy 60 Cloudy SO Cloudy 7G Cloudy 72 P. cloudy 60 j Cloudy CONDITIONS IN IMP (At S P. Mi Bastern Place. Tlier. Abilene ._ 76 Augusta. 62 Asbevlllc _... 51 Atlanta . 64 Atlantic City_54 Boston-.74 Buffalo G6 Charleston .G6 Chicago.54 Calgary. 48 Denver . 66 Duluth.46 Galveston . 74 Huron . 74 Havre .34 jnclcsonvfllo .... 70 Kansas City..... 76 Knoxvllle.62 Louisville .64 Memphis .70 Mobile .72.. Montreal . 70 Sew York.68 Now Orleans..... 74 Norfolk .62 North Platte. ... 6S Oklahoma City.. 76 Plttsburg . 66 Raleigh . 66 Savannah ...... 66 San Francisco... 66 Spokano . 56 St. Paul. 60 i'nmpu . 76 Washington .... 68 Wilmington .... 64 Wythovlllo . 58 MINIATUItH AI,MA1\AC. April" 2D.-191.1. HIGH TIDE. Sun rises-5:19 Morning.... 4:41 ??n />ets...MJUI>;.6:55. Evening..-.'.' \#& house said they are needed on the Pacific Slope. Work .\"ot Finished. Not much more than half the work of the board In apportioning: the church extension fund for tho year has beer completed, but it Is likely that the end will be reached some time to-day. Following an earnest debate, it was decided to appropriate $10,000 toward the extension fund of $60,000 to ha raised for church building at Seattle, Washington. A similar amount was set aside for work In Eastern Ken? tucky, where large mining develop? ment Is In progress and where towns are springing up. A like sum was np- I propriated for Oklahoma City, while' We Go to the Root of Eyesight Troubles And so accomplish great good. The root?the first principle?Is a careful examination, and correct diagnosis by the latest methods. Wc thoroughly-understand eye re? quirements and prescribe glasses in accordance to the defect. If you squint, if you have blurring, dizziness, spots before the eyes, neuralgia, head? ache, burning and smarting of the eyes, inflammation, granulation, cata? ract, winking, trembling spells, various nervous and brain affections, entailing not "only positive injury to the health, but untold misery, call immediately. Consultation free. OFFICE HOURS: 2 to 6 P. M.; Saturdays, 10 to 2. . Cor. Fourth aijd Main Sts. (Cut out this ad.) Now Is the time to got that Detroit Jewel Gas Range - and ALASKA RKPKTGERATOR. '. Sold only at j U R G B N S\ Adams ond Broad. Electrica! Shoe Shine 5c A. T. GRAY CIGAR COMPANY'S STORE. 836 E. Main Street. $5,000 was Riven to Key West. There will be no public services to rlny, hut to-morrow the bishops will occupy the Methodist churches ot Richmond. JUMPS OVER LIGHTED FUSE AND IS KILLED BY EXPLOSION [Special to The Tlmee-Rlspateh.l Staunlon. Vn,, April 28.?Roy Sellers, a youth eighteen years old, was In? stantly killed yesterday by a dynamite explosion, while working with other hands blasting holes for apple trees, on the farm of .1. F3. Sheets, In Augusta county. Lighting the fuse, he called to the others to watch him Jump over it. As he Jumped the ox- J plosion occurred, mangling his body, and blowing off both arms. Some of the others were slightly injured. VICTORY W Y VIRGINIANS! Washington and Lee Defeats Johns Hopkins in Joint Debate. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Baltimore. Md.. April 28.?The Wash? ington and Lee University debating team defeated Johns Hopkins Univer? sity to-night In McCoy Hall. The sub? ject discussed was. "Resolved, That the present distribution of powors be? tween the i'odcral and State govern? ments should be revised in pursuance of a general policy of further central? ization." Hopkins had the affirmative and Washington and Lee the negative. Dr. Jo\m C. French was the presiding ot Acer. Tho speakers for Washington and Leo were John O. Herndon, J. T. Gray, Jr., and H. 1J. Ferguson, alternnte. 3'or Hopkins L. B. Bobbin, Leo Wol man, nnd J. S. Dickinson, alternate. Each speaker had a main speech ot twenty minutes and a rebuttal speech of five minutes' duration. The judges were. Charles W. Hutsler nnd Carroll T. Bond, of tho Baltimore Supreme bench, and Eugene O'Du'nne, of tho Baltimore bar. Tho decision was by a 2-to-l vote. Washington and Lee won mainly on robuttal, showing that the arguments presonted by the Hopkins team did not constitute a revision of tho-powers in the direction of centralization, but that most of tho powers were already exer? cised by Congress. Herndon wus the slar speaker for tho visitors, and by him most of their main argument was presonted. All of the spcakora showed an exhaustive knowledge of tho sub? ject, and were congratulated on theit work by the judges. j For Hopkins, Leo Wolman spoka well, but the burden of proof which dovolved upon the afllrmatlvo was too great, and he was unablo to rehut ef? fectively tho arguments of Washington and Loo. This Is the tlrst victory for Washington and Loe, In threo years, tho Hopkins tenm having won last year and the ono before that. Before tho speeches Dr. Irn Remsen delivered an address. DANVILLE WINS DEVIATE. Woman Suffrage I? Suhjccl of Argu? ment lletwren Ulgh Schools. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l Lynchburg, Vn.. April 28.?The Web slcr-Calhoun Dobiitlng Society of tho Lynohburg High School engaged In a public donate with tho Twentieth Ccn turv Literary Society of tho Danville High School at the Y. M. C. A. to? night on tho subject. "Resolved, That women should bo allowed to use the ballot." Miss Lucille Rector and Carter Ad kcrson uphold the negative, represent? ing the local school, and Harry Rare man and Ralph Wheatlcy took the af? llrmatlvo, representing Danville. ThO jlldgOS. Giles Miller. Mayo C Brown and Thomas Williams, decided In favor of tho a Minn.i live by a 2 to X volo. Love Affair Said to Be Cause of Young Woman's Ending Her Life. ISpecial to Tho Times-Dispatch.] Roan'oke, Va.. April 28.?Miss .luanlta Rosenbnum, eighteen years old, com? mitted suicide In her home, near Ral? eigh Court. In Ronnoko county, this afternoon by swallowing: an ounce of carbolic acid. A love affair Is said to have driven her to the act. This after? noon Mrs. L\ E. Rosenbaum. mother of the young- woman, went into tho ynrd to go to the well, leaving tho young woman In her room. When she returned a row minutes later she found her daughter In convulsions of agony. The mother realized at once thot her <laughter was In n serious condition. Medical aid was summoned, but she lived only a few minutes. A note was found In her room, which simply said that sho had taken tho step because she had a broken heart. She also asked that an account of the suicide not bo printed In the newspapers. Will Curtnll Production. Greenville, S. C. April 28,?Tho management of the Riverside Cotton Mills and Toxaway Cotton Mills, of Anderson. S. C, have posted notices that on account of the high price of cotton and tho low price of cotton goods, those mills will curtail produc? tion. Franklin Held In ?'-,">0O (tall. Philadelphia, April 2S.?Evidence tending to show that Charles Franklin, manager of the Philadelphia branch of the Perkins Detoctivo Agency, was tho writer of tho "Black Hand" letters sent to Charles H. Strong, the F.rlo million? aire, was offered at a hearing ^tere to? day before United States Commission? er Cralg. Franklin was held In ?2,f,00 hall, to await the action of tho F?d? eral grand Jury' In tho Krie district. r.lirle Hope for Recovery. Hot Springs. Ark., April 2S.?Reports to-day from tho bedside of former United Stalos Senator A. B. Klttredge. of South Dakota, who Is. critically ill In this city, are that his condition ? Is precarious. Little hope Is entertained for his recovery. TURNSPOTLIGHTS ON WAVE OF CR IE Three Grand Juries Investigate, With Widely Divergent Results. New York, April 2S.?Throe Grand Juries threw their spot lights tti-ilay upon a so-called crime, wavo in New. York, with widely divergent effects. A strong presentment that tho polica situation Is a matter of grave concern, that the force la demoralized, and that gangs of ruftinns opernto without ef? fectual restraint In certain neighbor? hoods, wns handed in by one:granJ Jury. On the heels of this came an opinion from the regular April grand Jury that the police force was highly, efficient and that criticisms of its ofi forts are unwarranted. Simultaneous? ly, the special grand Jury named to investigate crime conditions delve* still further into the situation by questioning Police Commissioner James S. Cropsey and Deputy Police Com? missioner William T. Flyhri, who haj? resigned. Judge Rosalsky , of the Court of Spo-i clal Sessions, to whom hoth presents nionts were handed, agreed with thd Unding of tho first grajrjd jury, "I want to say to you," said Judga Hosalsky of tho court, after reading the presentment, "that from my ex? perience on the bench during the past few months, 1 am satisfied that the police department Is demoralized, and! that tho men have no contldenco lr? their superiors. 1 have known Mayor} Oaynor for a lonp lime, and know hlirt to bo a good man. but he is somotlnioa Impetuous nnd dobs things whiota. ho might not approve in wiser moments?" To the regular grand jury's present-; meat, commending tho efficiency of tho police Judge Rosalsky replied with a, suggestion that a committee should bo appointed to confer with the Mayor onj the matter. I.ovlttRston Store Robbed. fSpecial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] 1 I.ynchburg, Va., April 28.?The gen -I cral merchandise store of I.oa Brothy e.rs. nt Livingston, was rohbed Th?r3-1 day night, an unknown thief umklng) way with goods from the. stock -whlchi arc valued at more than $150, whielt) consisted chiefly of silk dress goods^ shoes and ready-made clothing. To-day for Men's Blue Serge Suits that wonders of value, made from strict!. ure wool?dark navy blue sergesV stantially made, cor? rectly y>- and tailored?they will compart a the best $15.00 suits sold anyv ere. Main and 8th Sts.