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. itiric cfust or as inviting as its taste is delicious Try it! Resist no longer! invites, appeals, tempts, wins! Every grocer sells it. Five cents buys it. RHINE STEAMER BLOWS UP Punnet noil Ports of Holler Hurled ThrouKb 11 ill 1*11itk ou Shore. Rotterdam, August 0?A butler on the nhlne steamer Gutenberg exploded to-day with fatal remits Two sailor;!) were killed, the oaptaln and several passengers wen- seriously injured and three others persons are missing and It Is supposed that they were blotvn overboard. The funnel and parts of tu?' doIIci were hurled through the Walls Ol a bulldlt.g on : hoff W KDS f \ HUNT?' Sl'.ll V A \*l . Popular Socle tj Man Mloprn With l'reti> Donirallr. Lynn, Mas-., August 9.- Joseph U. Plnkham, a wealthy young bnclu lor and popular society uwtn, v\hos< father Is Dr. .loseph >'>? Plnkham, medical ex? aminer of the l.ynn district; has eloped with and married Miss Anna Peterson, one of the domestics in his fathers home. Pr. Pinkham owus valuable prop? erty and the son has been it. eharge Of his father':) real estate interests. Six months ago Miss Peterson, un? usually pretty, came to tht<j country from Stockholm and Becured ??!riid,,v meni In iJr. Plnkham's household. She has a pink and white complexion, smiling blue eyes and a alendci grace, ful figure. Joseph W. Plnknam fell in love, He wooed the girl so d'jierootly thai the family did not suspect Til eloped to Kenneb?nkport, Me., ? r... ? tu. ? were married. Then they went ?... Bo ton and embarked foi ?? honoymoon trip io .Stockholm, whence the ncwi came by cable yesterday It Is understood that in Plnfcharn III not displeased at ins son's cholco <d ? bride. ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR ELECT RICH Y The pnsNliiK ,,f in.- first eieeirlc train through Ht.- great llooaac railroad lunn?l, In Western Massachusetts ?r...,r iiii.l three-miartcrH miles lone) ?n, celebrated nttlnrcly by ? party of railroad ofn?la1a and neiv.naper men. ri?. HooMnc tunnel In the IoiikcM t ?,,,.,! in in?, world to be operated electrically. ALL AGOG OVER i OUSTING PASTOR! _ Warrenton Stirred as It Has . Not Been for Years by Church ; Sensation. Warrenton, Vn., August :>. it looks' us tliouKh the Southern Methodist t Church of this town is doomed to go j under* and if Hits happens it ""111 bei because of the activity of Rev. Dr. K .1. l'rettyman. presiding elder of the1 Washington district. In his prosecution of the charge against Rev. Or. J. O. , Knott." This was llio statement Of A W. Strother, trustee and superintendent of the Sunday-school of the Warren-i ton .Methodist Episcopal Church, i South, presided over by i>r Knott un? til he was expelled from the ministry and the church last week by the ec? clesiastical court in Wrisli'ngtoh. , Warrenton is stirred as it has not, been for years over the sensational' charge which resulted In the ills-j missal of Dr. Knott, and feeling is i hitter, especially among the congre- i gallon of the church, against Dr. j l'retiyman, who Is- held responsible j by many Warrentonlans for the un? welcome manner In which the town) has been brought Into the limelight. I Pr. Knott. when seen here last night, declared In words full of sup-! pressed bitterness that l>r. Pretty man] had prejudiced lus case and had din-1 regarded the verdict of the entire of-] llrial body of the Warrenton church, which believes In tho int.ence ot the pastor. w ill lie \ omitted, lie llfllcvcH. "I 'feel confident," said Dr. Knott.j "that if justice is done the verdict of the ecclesiastical court will be reversed by the board of appeals of the con fer? ine.-, .lust when that hoard will meet I am unable to say." When questioned concerning the i trial, which was before a body of thir? teen ministers, presided over by Bishop Collins Denny as judge, Dr. Knott was caustic in his criticism. The charge, which brought 11 the name of a young woman well known here, was sustained by the court upon evidence which l>r. Knott characterized as not piilj unfounded, but as ubso-i Intel) disproved as far as its essentials were concerned. ?'The prosecution and' the genernl situation wer,- prejudicial: to my int.-rest." he declared, cr/iphnil- I c-iily. then added: "nnd 1'r. Prettymnnl practically constituted the prosecution. Before the ofllcinl trial was ordered a ! committee ot ilftcoii officials of our! church bete met Dr. Hrettymnn nnti wen; ov.?r the entire ease with hint, j ?'This same committee later went to Washington and appeared before the board of Investigation consisting of I Keys .1. II Wells and ft. L Eultss. of j ..Washington, and II, m. Canter, of Alexandria, The committee Included three prominent lawyers, and those' knowing the nnttti. the evidence expected that the case would end then, but the trial was ordered in spite of them." i oiigregntIon in Sell t linreh. The feature of i he situation is that the congregation of the church has taken steps, through the trustees, to dispose of the entire church property. worth more than $20,1. rather than i remain undoi the nttlhorlty of Dr, ! Prettyhia'n, This property, including both church nnd parsonage, is sun in I process of construction, it is subject to several liens, but these, the men) ben of the congregation declare, would have been mnl had hot the?r pastor been dismissed. Now, how ever, they say that they will faro the practical certainty of the dissolution of the church rather than remain un? der the present system. Hr. Prettyman was here Monday to conduct the regular quarterly confer? ence! when lie was served with a court process notifying him that suit had boon brought against him by the de? posed pastor for alleged defamation of Dr. Knott's character. This action, according to the statement of Dr.] Knott's attorney, is Independent of .the recent trial In Washington, ami is based upon remarks reported to have been made by Dr. Prettyman while here previous to the trial. While Dr. Knot! diil not originate the civil action against Dr. Prettyman, he declared that lie had followed the advice of his former congregation and had allowed his name to be used. The presiding elder came hero Sun? day- to hold services, to be followed oy the conference Monday. The congre? gation fiiilfd to appear Sunday, and Monday the officials did not show up, so Dr. Prettyman returned t<> Wash Ington at noon without having met the representatives of tho church. IV. Knoll will remain in Warren ton for the present, hat seems uncertain .is to his future movements. TREATiES DO NOT MEET APPROVAL Washington, August ft. ? Friends of the Htllish and French arbitration treaties in the gehst? have reached the conclusion that it will be necessary to amend the cohven tioiiK in order to get favorable action upon them. This conclusion is the result of the consideration of the document* by the Sen? ate Committee on Foreign Relations, which has taken them up In vigorous fashion. After two prolonged sittings the commit? tee adjourned late to-day to meet ncnin Saturday. Moth meetings wire devoted to the consideration of the documents on their merits, the first in company with Secretary Knox and the Kcontl by th..* member* them? selves without the secretary's aid. Rspeclal obtlon was mad. to the provision submitting questions of difference to the Joint high commission of Inquiry, but fault also was found with the provision In the French treaty authorizing ratification by that government in accordance with the procedure required by the laws of Franc and with the condition in the Dritt?!? treaty ili.it matters affecting dependencies of Great Britain shell be submitted to this govorri mehts of sm-h dependencies, It was ihniiKht that the latter clause might lend to unde? sirable complications, white It wns feared that the former might hecessltste a chsnge in the method of proceedings in this coun? try, Despite all these objections It became evi? dent, however, that the power conferred upon the bunt commission is the only real obstacle to early action. Many of the mem? bers of the committee expressed themselves ns friendly to the general proposition In? volved in the trestles, nnd sonic declared that with a few ch.inseu It might be possl ble to get fsvorala action during the present session, especially if It should be. prolonged to any extent. MAX XOHIJAI tnnitKSSKS COXtiltKSS (if ZIONISTS Basel, Switzerland. August 3.?The tenth Zionist Congress opened at the fit, Casino to-day. with ?00 delegates, representing nearly every part of the gl( be, taking part, and about 2,000 spectators in the galleries. David Wolffsohn, of Cologne, the president and chairman of the executive commit? tee, opened the proceedings. Mr. Wolffsohn, In welcoming the dol e gates, reviewed the inimense progress of tiie Zionist movement since Its, ln ceptiohi despite the great obstacles of ' the opposition. He declared that It was the ardent desire -if the Zionists to become n loyal and useful part of the Ottoman Empire, Which, throughout history and at pres KflHbU tf r the most expensively brewed beer in America 111 1: r SERVED WHEREVER DUALITY COUNTS vin jfjf A:) ^ I_._ iWfrtTHE STROH BREWERY CO., DETROIT. rVIICH. ! The PHIL. G. KELLY, inc., Distributor-., ! 1413 El, Main St., Phone Mad. Klf-8, for n Case" cnt. he said, hnd been exceedingly Kind to the Jews. The president outlined the work of the congress, the purpose of which Is to strengthen tht organi? sation. The delegates received the speech with enthusiasm. Dr. .Max N'ordau followed with an ad? dress depicting in the durkest tints the present situation of the Jews in Bast? ern Europe. Nothing was left for them, lie said, tut to work out their own salvation, and the Zionist hope is the hope of these Jews who wish to live. Nordan was very optimistic of the possibilities of realizing the Zion? ist Ideal. X' rdlMl was elected president of the congress, and the tttst getaioti ended by the adoption 31 a resolution to give Sjl 000 to the victims of I ho re? cent tiro 'n Constantinople and the npprova] of a telegram of concon nee to the Turkish government Among the delegates are Profassor Otto Warburg, of Berlin; Professor Kellner, of Austria, and Dr. Alexander Marmorek, of Fnrls. Ameri.u is rvp rtser.ted by Ptotessor Harry Flieden ivald. of .1 >hna Hopkins I'n'versiiy. Pit-ffssc-r Bieherd K. li 3ot,ilM. nf Columbia i nlverslty; a. Ltioirskl, Leon Kan.aiky, editor of toe N-.-w V-'*5 T??Tt !>li tt; Dr. Smlrncw, of Con? necticut; Dr. Israel Frledlaender, the Orientalist, of New York: Max Shul man. grand master of the Order of Knights of zion, West.-rn Federation of Chicago, and n. Hor witch, vlce i grand master of the Same body TOGO IS GIVEN GREAT WELCOME Philadelphia, Pa.. August 9 ?Balti? more and Philadelphia vied with one another in giving Admiral Count Togo an enthusiastic welcome to-day. Af? ter five hours of public receptions, tours through steel works and found? ries, a cruise on Chesapeake Bay and a Marathon automobile trip around ? the city of Baltimore, the Japanese ' naval commander arrived here In a I provate car at f, o'clock to-nigh. I Thousands of people crowded the sa | Ion and many more lined Broad Street as the admiral and his suite in wo automobiles were escorted by a squad I Of galloping police to the hotel. The . admiral saw a big sign on the <:lty hall, reading "Welcome Togo,'' and I looked with pleasure on the scores of , Japanese tlags that adorned the build j Ings nearby. I To-night Admiral Togo rested, his ; program calling for an evening's re [ spite for the first time in several days, j To-morrow fie will visit Philadelphia's [shipyards and Industrial plants along ithe river fron. He nlso will inspect I the navy yard. j Chicago. August 9.?Building all ; over the country shows much Improve? ment, according 10 advance sheets of the i onstructlon News, which says: "The hig cities are In good stand ; Ing, there having been during the i month lust closed a phenomenal in? crease of activity, only one of the. , eleven cities which head the list shows ' a decrease, San Francisco having fnl ! Ion off :> per cent. Official reports tor l.'July from seventy-three cities shows : that permits for ls,90r, buildings were ' taken out, Involving II total estimated I expenditure of $70.519(201, as against j <,",S,S91,!>r,l the c orresponding ntontn j last ei-;r y" New York increased '_'4 per cent ai d I |.< sue: ding il 1.771.933: Chicago in ? crei.sad 11 "? per cent., und will eptnd 111,'300,000; Cleveland Increase! IIS per cont.: Richmond increased 1": per ! < < nt . and New Haven. 181 per cent. London. August 9, ? Increasing disor? der end progress toward peace were the contrary features of the dock strike to-day. The men <>r dockland, who already are feeling the pinch of depri? vation, have advised drastic measures to proveni any attempt by non-onion I Ists or clerical staffs to move a wheel. Innd collisions with the police were fre? quent and sharp. At the same time the Board of TruUo List Of Entries In Pony Contest and Standings Up to Present Time A WELSH PONY OUTFIT to the contestant having largest vote, in city districts, at close of contest. A WELSH PONY OUTFIT to the contestant having largest vote, outside of city districts, at close of contest. District No. 1 All territory in Richmond north of the James River and west of Second St. (not including Second Street), but Barton Heights and Ginter Park. At least three prizes in this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. Brvnn Alvis. Second Boulevard.1.005 Charles T, Almond, 1420 Beverly Street.1.005 Kniest Burch, Jr.. 2407 Grove Avenue.1.000 Myrtle Bradshaw, 201 South Cherry Street.l.OOo Ceta J. Beek. 1118 Floyd Street.1.01U Ada Barfoot, 133 South Cherry Street.l.OOU John Bagby, Jr.. '-'20fi Monument Avenue.1.000 Orace Balkans, 202? West Grace Street.1.000 'Helen Curtis, 21G!*'4 Jefferson Avenue.1.000 I James O. Coleman, 20 East Main Street.1.0:t0 Arnold Cousins, 41? South Pine Street.1,000 ? F. n. Chesterman, Jr.. 1636 West Grace Street.1.000 ! David J. Gregory, Jr.. 615 Lamb Avenue.l.Ooo j Lula E. Graves. 605 China Street.1.000 Jack Gatewood. 16 K?st Franklin Street.1.00U Virginia Gtlllam, 31R West Gary Street.1.000 ; Fred Hughes, 1027 Short Main Street.1.035 James Honing. 2 West Cary Street.1.0OO John W. Hall. Jr.. 221S Stuart Avenue.1.000 Jacob lleplitig, 610 Spring Street.1,000 Marguerite W. Hall. 310 North Rowland Street.1,016 ! (Catherine Hancock. 1300 Park Avenue.1,000 I Clarence V. Hill, 713 China Street.1.000 I Vcnetta Hulco. -?11 V4 South Pine Street .1,000 j Sunshine H. Jennings. !?06 Moore Street.1.000 Janus Jones, 312 West Main Street.1.000 Heien 1. Kasten. 306 North Meadow Street.1.000 Margaret Landers, von stunrt Avenue.1,950 [Poris K. Lawfotd. S20 West Cary street.1,125 I Manila Loomis. 602 West Marshall Street.1,000 I Martha W. Lamb, 1'" North Fifth Street.1.000 i Hilda Loth, 102 Bast Clay Street.1.000 Gladys Lumsden. 605 West Clay Street. .1.020 Dean Labentry, 11 West Grace Street.1,000 Marie L Molker, 301 Fast Clay street.1,000 I Ambrose P. Miller, 711 Greenwood Avenue.IS.SIS (Louise V. Metzger. 112 North Addison Street.1,005 Fugen? Moore. 14 Fast Clay Street.l.OOU I James Muldowhcy, 106 Fast Cary Street.1,000 j Griffith J. McRee, 100 North Linden Street.1,010 I Ordway Perkins. 1209 West Cary Street.1,000 Nellie Parker, 316 South Pine Street.l.oon Reuben Rose.. 114 West Broad Street.1,000 Vernell Slngrcy, S22 Wtsl Cary Street.1.010 Wille Staude. 2215 Hanover Avenue.1.150 /.ilia Shackelford. IU West Clay Street.1.000 Lucile B. Smith. 725 West Main Street.3.040 Bather Stuton. 112 West Marshall street.1,000 Lynn B. Sims, Jr.. 10 North Linden Street.1.010 Amelia V. Thiermann. 109 Roberts Street.1,000 Statla Taylor, 4 11 ?4 South Pine Street.1,000 Virginia Thornton. 203 West Grace Street.1,000 Ruth C. Vaughan. 2006 Stuart Avenue.4.!<10 W, C. Verinllllon, Jr.. 702 North Avenue.l.iJtfO Annie Von Ixiyd. 210 South Belvldere Street.1,0*0 Powell Williams. 1613 P<rk Avenue.1,000 John Williams. SOO Stuart Road.;....1.!3? Irving White. 214 West Clay Street.1,000 R. T. Wilson. Jr., 215 West Grace Street.1,000 Bliza Wilkinson, 10S Fast Clay Street.1.000 Grace Whitlock, 200 West Marshall.1,000 ratiline Valdoght. 604 West Marshall Street.1,000 District No. 2 All territory in Richmond north of the James River and east of Second St. (including Second Street), also including Highland Park and Chestnut Hill. At least three prizes in this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch Clifford Bailey. 212 West Marshall Street.1.000 Charles Bailey, 301 Louisiana street.l.OOU Fdward Baker, 909 North Seventh Street.LolO Carl C Batlige. 360:! Fast Marshall Street.1,.' Catherine Brlstow, -?".11 Fast Grace Street.1.000 Mattie Bayllss, 2921 Fast Marshall Street.1,000 Ethel Butler, 609 North Twenty-third Street.1.000 Bernor.i W. Chcatwood, 2110 Fast Grace Street.1.000 John Core. 007 Fast Leigh Street.1,330 Harry L Denoon, BIS Fast Marshall Street.1,000 Madeline Dyer, 220? M Street.1,000 Helen Donly, 7i'i7><, Denny Street.l.ooo Archie W. Duke, 318 North Twentv-third Street.1,00a Rosalie F. DcvotO, 3102 Fast Marshall Street.1.010 Philip Bnslow, Highland Park.1.000 Ruth Eacho, 390E Seventh Street.l.OOO Russell Fleet. 3118 Fast Broad Street.1.000 Allen Gates. 701 North Twenty-fllfth Street.1,000 Nellie Gordon, 2618 Eust Grace Street.1.000 i William Goodllff. 702 East Leigh Street.1,000 Elenora Granor. 121 North Twentieth Street.1.000 R. Cecil Garllck. Jr.. Highland Park.6.155 Ermlndo Gust), 1004 H North Twenty-sixth Street.. .1,030 William Glesemdoffer, 625 North Eighth Street.1.000 Belle Goddtn. 525 North Eighth Street.2.143 I Grace V. Howard, 420 North Twenty-fourth Street.. 1.000 Virginia Hicks. 803 North. Twenty-lourth Street.1.000 : James C. llarwood. Jr., 216 East Main Street.1,000 Herald Hlrshberg, r.iou North Third Street.1,000 j Fdwin L [fubbard, 211 North Twenty-sixth Street. . 1.000 'George P.. Hutchinson. 80?, Fast Leigh Street.1.000 I Lyn wood llilliairi. 2510 Venuble Street.1,000 Roberl E. Kord, 1201 North Twentieth Street.1.005 LeRoy M. Hord. 2001 Falrmottnt Avenue.1,000 Nugent G. Hester, lio South Fourth Street.1,000 Manning Hester. 110 South Fourth Street..1,005 Mclvln I: Jones, 400 West Fifteenth Street.1,00U Clalborne Johnston, 2707 Easl Franklin Street.1.000 Qllle H. Jessie, 125 North Thirty-third Street.1,000 I Louise Klein. 3933 Williamsbtirg Avenue.1,0011 Mortimer Kennedy, 50" Louisiana Street.1,000 Melvln Lynch, 2000 East Marshall Street.1,000 Stephen Lindsay. 727 North Twenty-seventh Street.. 2.0.70 ) I Mary V Mnrchont, 201 Enst Main Street.1000 V 1_ Gertrude McKenney. 504 Nicholson Street.5.2M? Ellen McNamjira. 3422 Ennt Rrond Streot.1.225 Grace Madison. 2211 Pleasant Street.1,000 Mnben A. Martin. 812 East Clay Street.1,340 Spencer Marlon 2600 Kant Orneo Street.1,165 Thelma McCabc, 514 North Thirty-third Street.1.000 Newton Nuckols, Jr.. 319 Kant Clay Street.2.330 Eugen? Peuy, 2200 M Street.1,035 Milton Points, 416 North Twenty-esevonth Street.... 1,000 Marlon Ridenour, 2311 Kant Broad Street.i.Ofto Charles L. Rogers, 2415 Venuble Street... i.1.000 Virginia Rector. 305 North Thirty-second Street.1.026 Dan E. Selhert. 11 Vi North Fourth Streot.1.010 John M. Spence, Jr.. 215 North Thirty-sixth St reel... 1.000 Nathan Sonnenberg, 402 Last Marshall Street.1.000 Eddie Tucker. 2000 Pleasant Street.1,0'uj Blnnton A. Tiller. 307 Third Avenue.1.000 Harry Throckmorton. 910 North Twentieth Street.... 1,000 M.i Men Valentine. 303 Third Avenue.1.000 Madeline Wolf. 1 North Fifth Street.1.075 Louise Woodward. 2S09 East firnro Street.5,:t:i0 Florence Waring. 418 North Twenty-fourth Street. .. 1,005 District No. 3 All territory known as South Rich? mond (including Swansboro and Forest Hill. At least three prizes in this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch i Margnrrt Brooks. 1112 Deeatur Street.1,005 Maurice Barrett, 401 West Fifteenth Street.1.000 Bernard Davis, 1C09 Deeatur Street.1,1 10 Walter Duke, Woodland Heights.l.Ouu Andrew Daffron, 1502 Porter Street.1.000 Eva A- Bast, 1811 Everett Street.l.ooo Seidon Klippen. 510 West Twelfth Street.1,600 Grey G*rnett. 1401 Porter Street.1,000 Edward G. Hill, 1015 West Twelfth Street.1.000 Philip Jones. 12'.7 Ralnbrldge Street...1,000 John J. Jones. 2107 Everett Street.1.000 Melvln R. Jones, 400 West Fifteenth Street.1,166 Grace Paul. 1305 Balnhrldge Street.1,000 Duelle Price. 1018 Hull Street.1,000 Agnes E. Reynolds. 405 West Fifteenth Street.l.nno Willie ftcaines, 1323 Balnhrldge Street.1,000 David Toney. U16 Hull Street.1.000 Charles Turner, 118 F.ast Thirty-first Street.1,000 Blanche I'llman, 1623 Porter Street.L00U District No. 4 Petersburg, Va., and suburbs. At least three prizes in this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch PETERSBURG, VA. Robert Nelson Spain, 622 Pearl Street.1.005 F. R. Wadlelgh. Jr., ISO High Street.1.000 District No. 5 All territory in which THE TIMES DISPATCH circulates not included in the above districts. At least three prizes in this district? A Diamond Ring, a Bicycle and a Gold Watch. Clarence B. Thomas. R. F. D. No. 1. Atlee. Va.1,000 Henry D. McHeneey. Afton. Va.M00 .??Vry Jefferson. Amelia. Va.......1.000 Willard H. Brown. Blackstone, Ml. Gibson Shelton, Buckner. Va. .Ii? George M. Farrar. Jr.. Clifton Forge. \a.1.000 l^itfelU Shands. Courtland. Va.1.?"'' John Brooks. Charlotte Courthouse, Va.l.ooo Glenna Stembrldge, Cnase City, Va.1,00? H. B. Winfrey. Culpeper, Va.1.000 Helen L. Holmes. Doswell. Va.l.""? Violet B. Wright. Doswell. Va.1.000 Agnes B. Cock3. Disputanta, Va.1.000 Robert L> Bradley. Ebony. Va.4,050 Mynie Ransomo. Elk Hill. Va.M00 T. Olive Llnthleum. Fredericksburg. Va.1,000 W. Edward Richardson, Farmvillc. Va.1,005 Alfred N. Martin. Gordonsvllle, Va.1.00? Elizabeth Jacobs. Gordonsvllle, Va.1,000 Robert B. Price. Green Bay. Va.10,9?? Dorothy Winfrey, Glen Allen, Va.LOnn James M. Knight. Halstcad's Point. Va.1.000 I Walter M. Mughlctt. Kllmarnock, Va.l.ooo John Norvell. island, Va.1.010 Dorothv P. Young, Kcysvllle. Va.liOOO Dorsey C. Hopkins. Lexington, Va.l.OOD Montgomery D. Barhn, Lacrosse, Va.1.00a Edwin Q. Wright, Louisa. Va.1.000 Louise Prank. Louisa. Va.1.000 Mav Brr.rkmnn, Madison Run, Vn.1,000 Maud Talley. Mineral, Va.1,000 Mary M. Wright. Magruder, Va.1,000 i Lois B. Brlscoll, Newport News, Va.1,000 I Flornbc! White. Ontario, Va.1,010 Branch W. Barksdale, Paces, Va.1.000 I Maria Carroll. R. F. D. No. 2, Richmond, Va.l.oao I Monroe L Crawford, R. F. D. No. 3, Richmond, Va. . 1,000 I Richard C. Grant, Rio Vista, Va.1,000 Harry Norman, Reldavllle, N. C.1,000 Alice E. Alcoclie. Rocky Mount. N. C.....1.050 Ruth Reynolds, South Boston, Va.1,000 Earl Hulle, Shenandoah, Va.1.000 Virginia Puaey, School. Va.1 000 I John S. Green. Surry, Va.1,015 Mary Yr.ncey. South Hill. Va.1.000 Elizabeth H. Scott. Vlnlta, Va.l.OOo Lillian Robertson. Wakefleld, Vn.l.ooo Esther Pond. Wakefleld, Va.1.765 Thomas W Pumphrey, West Point. Va.1.000 Willard S. Cooke, Yorktown, Va.1.000 Margorle Crumpler. Zuni. Va.,....1,000 Ip gradually composing the differences Of employers nnrl employes, and some sectional disputes have now been set? tled, with every prospect that the de? mands of other sections will he set? tled before the end of the week, so that all (an return to work together. This latter condition Is the only one upon which the men will call off the strike. Meanwhile London was practically without vans to-day. Thirty thousand carters quit work this morning and thousands more planned to join the I Idle ones before night. All attempts to moee wagons loaded with London's Supplies of tn^it. fruit nnd provisions wrre stopped by the strikers. In many Instances only nfter a right with the police. Women \nsUt Rioters. There has been much overturning of vans and destruction of supplies, the women Joing the men In preventing a replenishing of the markets, where prices nre nearing figures that are pro? hibitive for all hut well-to-do shop? pers. The fish porters have Joined the strike movement, and there was no one to unload the fish trawlers that nrrived In the Thames this morning. The wholesale prices of chilled beef have advanced by 7 to 10 cents a pound since last Friday. A manager of one of the largest houses Importing Ameri? can beef says unless the strike Is settled by to-morrow thero will be the greatest beef famine that Ibis country hi:' ? et er known. Tons of California pears, Tasmania apples and French fruits are rotting In their crates and Covent Garden Is almost without fruit. Prnctlcally no business was done on the corn' ex? change, as the sellers were unable to guarantee delivery. Defies the Government. At a meeting of strikers nt Tower Hill this afternoon Benjnmln Tlllett. secretary of the Dock, Wharf. River? side, and General Workers' linton of Great Britain, announce^ that orders had been Issued calling out every man of the port of London. Referring to Home Secretary Churchill's statement In the House of yesterday, regarding the calling otit of troops to suppress rioting, Tllle'.t declared that if the government (used soldiers the dock men would Kill the government as ef j factually as Ihoy intended to paralyze the trade of the port of London. I The new order will increase the to* I tal of strikers to 100.000.