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STANDSON RECORD (Presidential Aspirant Issues Ad? dress to Voters of New Jersey. MAKES ATTACK ON SMITH Says Former Senator Is Op posing Him in Seeking l"n instructcrl Delegates. Trenton, N. J., May 24.?Governor Wooilrow Wilson to-day Issued an "ad? dress to the voters of New Jersey." In Which he explained why he did not take the stump to ask for their votes At the coming: primaries nnd attacks his opponents, who have organized bgainst him and placed on the primary 'ticket n full st i of "uninstructed" del? egates to the national convention. The New Jersey Governor is the only can? didate for the Democratic presidential nomination openly seeking votes at the State primaries. Ait< :? announcing his candidacy the Governor says: "1 was unwilling to canvass the Ktiite for your vote. I have spoken .frequently in the past few mouths In other .States because my friends |thougbt I ought tu make myself per? sonally known there, but thrtt could not he urged as a reason In New Jer? sey. Y/ou know me. ', "For eighteen months 1 have sought 'to serve >*0u us Governor of the State,' with a full sense of the responslbtli- i .ties job have Imposed upon him. ami! my record nil th.* state knows. Noth-I line that 1 could siiy upon the public I latform could alter it either for bet ? ter or for worse. It would be un 1 becoming In me to commend it to | you or to seek to give it color by my own exposition It." HotevT? Stale Political ItlMor?. ?;overnor Wilson then takes up Stati affairs. He rrmlnds voters of his | fight against lormor PnltM States S- r.ator Smith. Jr.. and tells them tli.it he opposed the re-clctlon of Senator Smith and favored .lames K. Martine, the incumbent of the ? because the people of the State had expressed their preference for Mr. Martine at the primaries. lie reviews recent State political history and con? tinues: "This is the whole ground of my of? fending. I insisted that the party should keep faith with the people in the matter of the senatorship. as in sll others. Senator Smith wanted Its obligations Ignored in order that he might he returne?! to the Senate. He seeks revenge, as do 'the guardians' atoi all others who have been deprived of th.-ir private control, Their pur rose is to regain their power and rule Hgnin as they please. ''What Is happening within the llr publlcan party is obvious to the wholeI country, and a very unedifylng spec-1 taele it Is. "But what Is happening In this I Pt.ite within the Democratic party is not so obvious, it is. Indeed, being done very quietly and very secretly, I because it Is being .lone by Mr. .lames I Smith, Jr., who knows no other way! of acting in politics and who has no suggestion to make to the voters of tlie St.it.. which he can quite venture! to make in public. 1 "Only Opposed to Me." "He docs not. 1 understand, avow | himself as In favor of any particular I candidate for the Democratic nomina? tion; he Is only opposed to me; and tin- men he has Induced to offer thetn s.iv.-s as candidates to represent New Jersey in the National Democratic Convention wish to be sent 'without Instructions.' It is interesting to note how large n pi "portion ,.f them are men who were candidates for appoint? ment to otlire and Whom 1 did not ap? point. "What concerns us nnd makes the matter very much larger and more ki ri'.us than the more incidental ques? tion of whether I am to lie nominated nt Baltimore or not is the fact that this Is Mr. Smith's attempt to re? establish his control oxer tin- Demo r.itic p.<rty. and put himself once more In a position to make tin- Demo? cratic machine an adjunct nnd part ner of the old Republican machine in serving the special interests in New Jersey, it Is the last desperate at? tempt of the discredited old teg'me to ?destroy and supplant the new." COOS FOR HER FIANCE Wlss Allen Evidently Pleiinnl by De rrotbnl to Harvey Wiley. Jr. Lexington. Ky . May 24.?-"It's b ap , year, anyway." said R. M. Allen, head [of the Kentucky I'ure Pood Depart? ment, when informed that dlspattehcs from Washington told of the engagc [ ment. when Informell that dispatches (Fannie Relle McVen. to the week-old 1 Harvey Wiley, jr. "I congratulate Dr. Wiley, mv life? long friend, and suggest that the dif ietences in ages of the babies could be overcome." I J.itlle Miss Allen gurgled and COO d rwhile her engagement w;.s being dia -cussed. TheLatest Thing) in* Stoves For a midnight supper, as for any other meal at any other time, the very latest thing in stoves?the best that stove-artists can do?is a New Per/Sction ?WCIll til M' yjjfli i B BI? Oil Cook-stove I' concentrates the heat when you want it ?nd where you want it- It is ajnuick as gas, rteadW and handier than coal, cheaper than It Burns Oil ?No Ashes It?Concen ?trates Heat i?|V? Waste ItiST Handy* Wo Dirt It'is Ready -. ?JV? Delay NEWARK, M J. electricity. < ? - ? iTh* New Perfection Store hii Wni. ?oaneler). turquoise-bloe cfiimacyt- It i? hanoVomclr Daubed in picket VTrth cabinet lop, drop thebes, towel rack, olc Made wuh I, 2 of 3 burner, All dealen ctrrr ihe New Perlretina Sto?e. Free Cook-Book wrtb tnrry eiovr. Caolt-Booll alas . siren to anroec eeacVet 5 errata to coster mailing coat, a STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated in New Jersey) BALTIMORE, MD. FOR ITS DEAD KING Thousands Attend Body of Frederick to Last Rest? ing Place. SERVICES ARE IMPRESSIVE Foreign Kings and Princes Follow Hearse on Foot. r.os, kji<i<\ Denmark, May 21.?Tiie body <>f the late King Frederick vin. of Denmark was burled U>is afternoon in Denmark's Abbey, among lite tombs of thirty-three of his predecessors -on the Danish throne. The service, which lasted mi hour, was Impressive, the feature being the hymns and anthems sunn by singers connected with the royal opera und n special "farewell" by the noted Dan? ish compn.ferj P. B. Lnnge^Moeller. The cathedral was draped simply in black and white, and the coffin rested on a high catafalque beneath a black canopy, Kinn Christian X. and Queen Alex? andrine, their relatives and many for < i^u princes and Bpecial envoys were grouped around the bier. Mourners Number 200,000. a hundred thousand mourners thronged the short route along which Ihc funeral procession passed from the railroad depot to the cathedral. Preceded by n military band playing funeral marches, the hearse was fol? lowed by the Kings of Denmark, Nor? way, Sweden and Greece and all the hialu members of the Danish royal fam? ily, with a number of foreign princes and special envoys, on foot. The QUCon? and princesses wore in carriages. Before the body was removed from Copenhagen, where It had lain in slate, a family service was held In the chapel of Christianborg Palace. All the mem? bers of the royal family attended. The widowed Queen Louisa was so over? come that King Christian X. and his brothels had to support her when she left the chapel. The coflln was removed from the cat? afalque by officers of the army and.I navy and placed on the hearse. When the procession moved off all the royal personages, special envoys and a huge 1 gathering of deputations from various ?.itles and societies followed to the station, where the coffin was placed In a funeral -car draped with black cloth, with an immense crown on the top. Throng; nt Cathedral. The cathedra] wns thronged when t>. coffin entered, borne on the shoulders of twenty-four high officers of the army and navy. It was carried in procession up the nisb> und placed on a catafalque in front of the altar while Beethoven's funeral march wns played. A memorial oration was de? livered by the officiating chaplain, the Rev. Mr. Pauli, and was marked by two references to Germany's attack on Denmark during the youth of Frederick VIII. As the crown prince of Germany was sitting in th" front row of the princes, the remarks of the chaplain created a mild sensation At the close oT the service the coffin was born to the Chapel of Frederick v.. where It was lain finally at rest, the princes an<l princesses following ami remaining for some time in prayer. CRUISER FINDS \o BERGS. lllrmlnKhnm \<-tlne nn fiimrdshlp tin" (?mod Hanks. Newport. It. I., May 21.?"Re-port r:.. Ice" is t fif message picked up by the naval wireless station here from the United States scout cruiser Birming? ham, which Is cruising on the southern steamship route off the Or.md Banks to warn vessels of the presence of ice? bergs. The message was relayed from the Birmingham by a chain of throe ships, the Mauretanta, Kaiserin Au Bturte Viotovin and Chemnitz. Th> Birmingham :.-ft Philadelphia last Monday*tb cruise off the Grand Brinks, where icebergs were reported drifting across the southern steamship ifane* afte.. the T'tanic disaster. I SPRINGS OWN DEATH TRAP. ? Wyoming Man HipRr self n* Penalty for Slaying Man. rtawllns, Wyo., May 24.?Springing his own dentil trap. Joseph Seng, at the state prison here to-day. paid the penalty for the murdOV of Wil? liam I.. Lloyd. Seng walked to the sallows where he was to hang hlm ROll with bead erect and with a :-lic,ht smile on his lips, lie stepped quietlj on the trap and pulled n plug from a bucket of water which, emptying, re? leased the weight thai sprung the trap Seng's crime was the result of saloon row at Bvaiiston, Wyo., August I, 1910. Examiner /or Government Wilson n. Urlrc. spcrlnl examiner nppolutcil by tbo 1 nlird States Circuit Court, to tnkc testimony in (he government's suit nBnlnM ?lie miKar trust. _Copyright, American Prosa Ass'n.) News of South Richmond fr-outh Richmond Bureau, The Tliucs-Dhrpatch, PT:o Hull street. I'honc Madison 113. one of the :>oldcft robber? ever perpe? trated In this icctlon occurred yesterday alternoon, when in broad daylight a nemo broke into tnc home of B. P. Moore, on Hie Warwick itoan, chesterfield, about three miles 'rom ihe city, nml escaped ?IIb a valuable collection of Jewelry and a pistol. The accounts of the robbery as ?iw?n on the blotter ot the Third Police Btatlon i rc meagre. It is supposed from the accu? rate description o! Ihe man given by Mr. Montr, that lie was a farm hand, employed on ttiu place. The man Is described as ?> ing very black, nbout live fen seven Inches in height, weight, 1J3 to tto pound:, und dteiled in a gray salt, and hat with a black band. ' Among the things misting were an Ivor Johnson pistol, ft watch, with an e.ki' nrad on the case: one plain gold ring, ami ring with a tiger-head sclUnir. u Ms make* the second burglary In the county within a week. The Hrst happened Ian Saturday morning w lien u negro, N"cd Day. .who escaped the night before irom the road 'luce, entered a reuse at Falling Creek and lilted himself out with new clothing, which he exchanged (or convict stripes, lie has not yet been captured: Compromise In ll'g Suit. Announcing thai !,e had effected a com? promise, whereby his client would receive damages in the rum of $.:.7.v>. for Injuries sustained by being hit by an .ion bar. .'.i lorm v John a. lJim/b, representing Williaev Knight BWIg, the newsboy, who. by next Irtend wns suing the Gcbry- a. Fuller Company for IU0.000, yestcrda] 1st the Hust? ings Court, Pari .'. moved thai the . asr be removed ;rom Hie docket. Judge Wells according!) dhnnlsscd the suit. Ii>uiit fclwlg was lilt by file bar which tell from the new First National Hank building. Which was being erected by tue nelendsnt company, Ills skull was fta.. lured and his collarbone broken. He ?ras eonlinut :oi some time In the hospital. To Ijij Corner-stone. With . er, monies und. r ihr direction or tin- Manchester Lodge, No. 11. A.. P. jnd a. M., tho corner-stone of the Petatur streut Methodlsi Church win be laid t'il? atternnon nt S::;0 o'clock, J,udgc Ii. II. Wells wll! he master of ceremonies, ami in, principal address will be made by (io\ - ernor Mann. ': ne Uecntur Street Chur.ch was lounded sew-a. yeari ago by the . ung ??; iti iu tf nie tilth Street Methodist Church. An ??ucornte structure wad planned. Out with s:.;.i caution the congregation decide] io Build Mi. pa.*; needed ihe moat nrst. Vh.ll ?Iis done, and the Sunday-school loom, leciiij on Ninth street, was finished thtee :<ar. ago. Now thai sufficient lunds are on harpl the main part of the structure wll" be hulli. When completed the church w.H be one of the finest tjrtid moat i-utlimo Oloui on ine Routhalde. Really Transfers. I'roperty in the residential district of the city continues io be active. Yesterday three transfers were placed ?n r,.ord in the lluailnga Court, Part ap follows R. It. Campbell to O. M. I.verlv. house and 'ot, trontnig }hlrty-ths\>o feet on P. eatui street between Sixth .nut Seventh: I'l ?? ??. t.'.Wft. A. S, Wright to Matlle E. Cunningham, lot on Petersburg Turnpike, with a front? age ,.r thirty feet on Decatur Street; price. inoiana Smith to Mat:!'- E. Cunntngahm, .ot irenting forty-seven fect on the Turn fii.e between null ..nil Decatui; price. 'Veaks fane Over Iiis Head. Because tie bloke his cane ov. r the hrod ot Emmanuel Carolyn, colored. Alliert Husch was aasessed f; and cosss by Jua? ne, H. A. Maurice yesterday In the I'ollec Court. Part 2. Emmanuel for furnishing the cause of the assault paid ! and costs. The trouble started at the carnival grounds. Edward Johnson, drunk, was charged ?,.-.<?? and costs. H? was found down and out on Ihr streets, and gave the police nard work to carry his large frame to the station-house. Ira Cousin?, charged with speeding an unto belonging to T. IV. Wood Ar Sons, was lined i'.u and cost*. To Sneak on Missions. KSV. J. J. Chapman, "f s?*lc Diocese o' ! Kyoto, Japan, win preach to-morrow morn? ing at the Mead* Memorial Episcopal Cnurch on ths mission" as seen from his Held of service". The evening services will tie conducted by Ho' rector. 11?v. P. Ernest I ?\ arren. Ordinance violation. lor violating the segregation ordinance. I William .Vilnius. colored, wSs yesterday I summoned to court. He Is charged with moving Into a house on Eighth Street be? tween Hull and Balnbridge, on which block I the majority of the rrsJdcnts are white. I As there is only one other house on the I Olock, and as rhe house which he just lentrd was occupied by a eolored family. I this appeals somewhat as a loke to Minn Is, wno, however, is not anticipating testing the law. According to a report snsde yesterday nt I Mini Polle.. Station. Robert I'alne. of 1?C0 Perry Street, lost an spen-faee gold Watoh on Itroad Street near Twenty-first. Punrral of Mr. Nelster. The funeral of Willis Nelster. who died Thursna) afternoon at his home. Thirtieth and Stonewall Btroet*. Woodland Ttelghts, will l,e held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock Irom the home. i Noted Mlnstral In Town, not Ton. v. known to all theatre-goers ss Eddie Leonard, premier black fa/te comedi? an, is spending a few days with his mother, wno Is very sbk .Mr. Toncy is n Manches j t. r boy. and made lila first start in theatri |ea!s in Richmond. In a few yours he be - Came one of the leading vaudeville stars of the country., Personal Mention. Mrs. I'ann'.e a. Meadows. of Amelia county. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. T. It. ??avis, ot Onk Orovr. Benjamin Williams, of ncavcr Falls, I>a., Is spending ft few days as ths guest of his r.-other-in-iaw. Georg? Spenr?. J. c. Nunnally and Charles T. Morris, who Vor? d.-iegnie? to t'.ir state Demo? cratic convention at Norfolk, returned to ti.elr homes yesterday. BALTIMORE IS SELECTED FOR MEET OF AD CLUBS City IVInsi Next Convention. Hentlns; Onl Toronto?Ofllrr* Are P.leeted. Dallas. Tex., May 2-T.? In one of the most spectacular fights ever waged fn the Associated Advertising' Cluba of l America, Baltimore won out yesterday and was selected ss the next conven? tion city. The selection came nfter [a week ot the most strenuous kind, of campaigning-, conducted by the entire | Baltimore delcga tlon. Balloting for the next convention' city resulted In a totnl of votes for Baltimore and 107 votes for Toronto. I San Francisco withdrew from the tigltt, 1 throwing its Strength equally be? tween Toronto and Baltimore. Votes; of T.vxas wore spill equally between , the contending cities as a matter of] courtesy. The last session of the convention ' opened with the rWtlon of oltlcers for the ensuing year. George W. j Coleman was re-elected president with-! out any opposition. Frederick 13. .lohn-! son. of Dallas, was elected first vice- i president, and V. S. l'lon-t was rc elected secretary for ids fourth term. O. I'. .Mckccl was re-elected treasurer. The lyllas Advertising Club pre-i serried the English delegation with a| :jige Texan flag. On the opening day I of the Convention ^ho Texan? received ' an Kngllsh llag from tite delegation! r tprescnCng London Otic resolution adopted and which, was received with great favor was | to the eff.-ct tliat hereafter the con? vention city would not be voted on by the clubs ait large, but would be se? lected by the executive committee. To-day the circle tour of the KtaLr began. Waco was the flrrt city to be visited, after Which the convention mamrbcrs moved to Houston, San An? tonio and Galviston In a sodal ca? pacity. FRAT MEN ARE HAZED BY SENIORS AT YALE Locked Onttldc <; round* und Made to \ t.'lliub Over ?ilue-ncsmenrcil '.nie*. New Haven, i'onr,., May II.?Mem? bers of the three junior secret socie? ties at Yale were lock-, d out of their rooms early to-day by students of the senior class hoi members of the fra? ternities, and were forced to submit to taunts and jeers outside the gate at the entrance to Vandcrbilt Hall on th ? campus, while those inside the In . Insure danced around a big bonfire on whlcl) w*s piled furniture, bedding and any other material which came I handy. Tlie senior societies meet Thursday evenings and the members leave the] chapter houses shortly after midnight. The appcaram ? of the fraternity men i at Vandcrbilt courtyard was the signal j for the other students ?ruthereil there to start thi lonftro nnd close the gates. The fraternity men. after futile at? tempts to enter their dormitories by ladders placed it the windows, were forced to clln . over the iron gat.s. I which had boon covered with thick' glue. Only one exception was made. | a Scroll and l:-vs man being allowed i to net Into his room. For nearly two. hours they Were kept outside, when I they were req ? -ted by the seniors in side the inch, ire to climb over the gate, one man ..t a lime, as his name was called. While t!i,. di instrallon was in pro? gress. Dean Frederick S. Jones, of the academic department! appeared on the scene and asked the men to desist. No attention w as paid to his request, how? ever. Coming ? lost nfter the recent mo?V "tup day" ceremony on the. Yale cam? pus, which pr< eded the nnnnal cere? mony >,y one day, this latest demon? stration was i ii subject of excited i omment about ;lie campus to-day. TOWN SWEPT BY FIRE Lebanon Junction, Ky., May 24?The! business Section of Lefbanon Junction was practlcall;. wiped out early to nlghl by in.. . Ich swept the lcnirth of th.- town's main street. Thirteen business buildings and three rcs'denccs were consumed and the two general tores and llu hotel which remain w. re bad!} il mi ged. Two men. ("has. MlllllnS, and a niRrn, were hurt by falling timber.' though not fatally. Flames won discovered when they burst from th< windows on the third lluoj- of the store of A. Davis and spread rapldl .? town's Fire Depart incut proving ineffectual. A special train I.run. ,? npparatus from j Louisville, thirty miles away, hut the lire had bun Itself out or had been checked befon mis help nrrlved. Tho loss is estln i nl from $;nn,fino to *":.o.ooii. RECORD IS BROKEN Beck Kern? Veroplsac UP * Honrs S31 Minutes and '5 Seconds. New voi-k. May 14.?The American record for itest duration <f flight of an a vint.-: ..lone wns broken by Vaill leek ol Washington. In Ask Your Doctor Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinin, sodium chlorid, capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, perfume. Not a single injurious ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor if this is not so. A hair tonic. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandruff. Does not color the hair. L?u!*mc.?: The proposed franchises granting lighting and power privileges and certain railway extensions to the Richmond & Henrico Railway Com? pany have been approved and en? dorsed by more than two thousand prominent business firms, by nearly seven thousand mechanics and trades? men, and also by five or six hundred other citizens of Richmond, who are associated together in various civic organizations; whereas, the Virginia Railway 6c Power Company and the Gould interests alone stand in open opposition thereto. Think this over in connection with the advertisements now in daily publication. RICHMOND & HENRICO RAILWAY CO., W. S. FORBES, President. spectacular manner ;it Nassau Boule? vard on Long island c-irlv 'hi* even? ing. i-'or four hours twenty-three min? utes and nftccn seconds Peck soared In great circles at a height of 2.00" reet, while below him Hit wind blew up t<> the rate of nearly thirty miles an holir, and darkness finally hid ,Jiim from view. Bonfires were started and Cotton lights set off. but the aviator did not respond to the signals until after n thunderstorm broke. Then be came down In the midst of lightning; flashes an.l B dOWUPOUr of rain. Ills time was k?pt i>y officials of the Aero ClUb. The previous record, mad. by How? ard GUI, of Baltimore, was I hours. II minutes and :ir> seconds. ENTERTAIXS CHICAGO UnCHIXS. Airs. C. II. MeCormlrk Gives Them an OutiiiK und Kennt. Chicago, 111., May 34.?Urchins from the tenement districts, without any re? straining hand to stop their fun. romped through the home of Mrs. Cyrus IInil McCormlck, on the Nortli hide, 1 yesterday. It was the llrst day of the open-air schools, nnd was like a visit to fairyland to the 1 iilldren. They were the guests for the day of Mrs. M Cormlck. who sent them to Lincoln Park, in charge of a teacher. In a spc olal car. There they picnicked, visi? ted the soo and listened to stories about the animals from the keeper cf the zoo. A feast f.f ioc cream nnd cake nt th? McCormlck residence marked the clos? ing chapter in a day of fun. With the exi eptlon of the homeward journey In a utomobllcs. NICARAGUA I? IX STBAITS. Country Nald to Re Fnonrlnlly Em barrasaed. AVashington, May 24.?Nicaragua is in financial straits, according to re 'ports received at tlie Statte Depart? ment from th\ United States minister at Corint?. He reports that the Min? ister of Finance and other high Nica rnguan officials ha.v- Informed him that the Nicaraguan government is In urgent need of several hundred thou? sand dollars to r?de over its pr?sent d.HlcultUs. A large part of the sum needed is ifor the payrrfent of so-calicti gold ddbts and the remainder I? for the payment of the bacg salaries of gov /nm-ni employes, who thr.-at.in to quit work and seriously embarrass the administration unless they are paid. Many of the unpaid government em? ployes ar(. said to toe In w-.mt of the adtual necessities of life. Nlcaracuan oiilc;;iis also say that the gov irnmenl ?nd country are op the vei'g; of bank? ruptcy, and that unless financial as? sistance is promptly given many busi? ness houses to which the government owes money will fall, with the result that serious disorder Will ensn-. CLOWN WEARS DIIP.SS SriT. Children of Exclusive Town Wltneas nn \rlxtoerntlc Circus. Highland Park. 111.. May 24.?Chil? dren of this exclusive town yesterday enjoyed their fust circus. By some unwritten law. no circus ever before was permitted to enter Highland Park, and the boys nnd girls have become accustomed to depend on muslcales, ^rnnil opera and the like for their en? tertainment. The circus was of the dog nnd pony variety. The clown was nttired In a dress suit; classical selections Instead of ragtime came from the call'ope; hot I chocolate and snlted wafers took the rdace of pink lemonade and popcorn, and the monkeys were treated to mac iroons nnd lndyflngers. NATHAN HALE SHAFT FOR VALE. I l.onK-Stanritng Controversy Beferred to Memorial Committee. I New Haven, Conn..' ' May 24.?The I proposition to erect n statue, of Na i than Hale, a hero of the Revolutionary j War. on the Ynle campus has been referred by the corporation lo the committee on memorials. ' The suhfeet ! lias long been In an acute controversial stn.ire. Bight years or more ago Vale [men were discussing the qticatlnn of j erecting a statue and whether H ? should be modclrd by St. Oaudcns or I bv Partridge. * GkaAuates actually.-raised founds for model by Partridge, but the corpora? tion refused nsscnt. Since then 8t. ' luudens has died and the Partridge model has been withdrawn. The ques? tion come? before ihe corporation now "ii a propoaltion f'>r a statue by Bola Pratt, of Boston, with funds guaran? teed by th.- graduatcs. city would lose income. ItnllTTBrn Notify Chicago ot KITcrf of Klectrolyala i,air. Chicago, May 21.?Members of the City Council gas, oil and electric com? mittee were told last night that the city had its choice between losing its 5G per cent, of the net receipts of th,. traction companies or compelllnc the latter to comply with the proposed electrolysis ortllnnnce. Leonard A. Bushy nnd W. W. Ctirlcy told the committee that the compa? nies would have to pay out about J22. 000,000 to comply with the terms of the ordinance. If this were done. It was said. It would be Impossible to | (.'Ivo the city Its usual n.T> per rent. Mr. Curlcy proposed a drainage system to do away with electrolysis, which he said could be Installed for (100,000. WELLINGTON SERIOUSLY ILL Former s>rnntor Reported Improved. Hut llrolher Hun .Not Seen Him. Cumberland. Md.. May 21.?While reports from the sick room state there Is slight Improvement In the condition of former United States Senator Wel? lington, it Is known that he is still very 111. No one hut members of the family are permitted to see him, -11111011511 his brother. .lohn Wllllngton, of New Orleans, who arrived Wednesday, has Itot yet seen him. Ills mind has been much on busi? ness, and to relieve It he was per? mitted to dictate to his secretary, Wil? liam .1. Pcagan, n business letter. Belgian Airman I ; s en per. Death. Hock island. 111.. May 24_Victor de Younckhcero, Belgian aviator, one of the few who have crossed the Eng? lish Channel In a mopolane, fell while making n trial flight here this morn? ing, and was caught under the ?????Vk of his machine. He escaped, however. With '-'ad cuts about the head ami .1 severe shaking up. OBITUARY John Young Terry. [Special to The Times-Dispatch,] Wythevllle, Va., May 24.?A cable? gram was received announcing the death In Colon. Panama, of John Young Terry, sop of the late Will'am Terry. Mayor of Wythevllle, and grandson of General William T^rry, of the Stonewall Brigade. Young Terry left here four years ago to en? gage in construction of the canal as civil engineer in the government ser? vice. No details were given of his death, lie is survived by his mother, one brother ami six sisters. The re? mains wyi be shipped tG Wythevllle for interment. Harvey llltchenek. I Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatcn.] Petersburg, Va., May 21.?Harvey Hitchcock, aged twenty-two years, died at the residence of Iiis father, William P. Hitchcock; at Burgess. DinWiddie county, this evening- Young Hitchcock, who was telegraph oper? ator for the Seaboard Air Line Rail? road Company at Burgess, fell from a hand enr about two months ngo und broke his back. He was brought to the Petersburg Hospital and operated on, and about ten days ago was taken back to his home. IN MEMORIAM GENTRY?In loving remembrance of my brother, RKfllARD (PICK) GEN TRY. who died May 26. 1311. one year ago to-day. "Gone, hut not forgotten." '? _HIS SISTER. mj^tTcb^s^i i^ihVb^y oivSs^tuat the annual meeting of the stock? holders of the Kline Motor Car Cor? poration will be held at the office of the company, American National Hunk Building, Richmond, Va., on the 7TH HAY OF JUNK, 1912. at 12 . o'clock noon, for the transaction o?f such business as may lawfully comp before the meeting. ,By order of the Board,of Directors, ..'_; D.'.A MIDYJSTTE^Sccretory. TWO MORE FOR ROOSEVELT Official Ohio Count Given Colonel 31 nml Infi s Delegaten. Columbus, Ohio, May 24_Colon I rttcodorc Roosovclt gained two moro delegates in tho Ohio primaries Tues? day than has been accorded him. a, - ci rdlng to the oincial count to-day from the Thirteenth liihtrlct. making him thirty-four delegates to Presi? dent Taft'a clRht. The official count ?hows that Thomas Maxwell and W. A. Gccr, rtooaevelt delegates, were elected by slight majorities. The error discovered In the Fifteenth District, which gives Colonel RoOBCVClt both delegates from the Fifteenth, was offset by the loss of one in the 8 13. 13, ICulass, for Taft, dofeatlng W. H. Baum. There has been no change. In the Democratic standing. Harmon holding thirty-, ne to Wilson's eleven. Grnrrnl Annemhlv Adjourns. Louisville. K>'.. May 24.?The one hundred and t wen t y-fourth General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America i-on I eluded Its w.,rk here to-day. after ono of the most successful sessions: in its , history. The assembly was made j notable because of the important woiit I accomplished. Dr. I'orrnn Iteltirnn to Pnnnmn. I Panama. May 24. ? Dr. Belisurie Por ras. the Liberal nominee for the pres | Idency, has returned to this city. Ha w.-.s greeted on arrival by hundreds Of adherents, who accompanied him i to his home. General Pedro Diaz, the government candidate for the presidency, has left for Chlrlqul province. 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