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DEFIES VATICAN Heir Apparent to Visit King .Victor at Romp Despite the Church's Prohibition. ON BEHALF OF THE DREIBUND Strengthening of Triple Alliance Regarded as of More Value Than Holy Sees Friendship, Home, August 4.?Vienna will take a i of Importanco In the Catholic world next month on account of tho Eucharistie Congress, which will ho held there, and which, it is reported, will surpass in notable features and the assembling of important person? ages the former congresses In London. Montreal j.nd Madrid. It Is said that cardinal u Council, of Boston, who is i now In Europe for a cure, may prolong j bis stay oh this shle of the ocean In | ?rder to attend the congress. Meanwhile a report conies from vnnna, which If truo, will make trouble between the Holy See and Aus? tria. It is asserted that the Heir Pre? sumptive of Austria is about to pay the King of Italy a visit In Home. In direct dellnanco of the order of tin- Vatican. This would mean a strengthening of the triple alliance and a breaking j away from the control of the church in j political affairs. llolh steps uro of such moment that they would cause a j sensation nil over Europe. After the fall the temporal power, ( Pope Plus IX. promulgated a decree! j that any Catholic Boverolgit or ruler of s Cat.iollc state who came to Rome as 0 guest of the Qtiirlnal would be ex? communicate 1. Such Is the power of ! the church that in more than forty | years only France, Bulgaria and little j /Monaco have dared to act contrary to the decree. Austria, with many temp'- | tatlons to disobey the decree, has stood llrni Up to the present time, but it now -ccms that the goo,i of the state is about to be put before loyalty to the church. The Austrian ruling family is under peculiar obligations to visit the t>nlr Irial, and would have done so long ago had not King Humbert, on his side, de? creed that he would receive no sover? eign for the first time outside of his capital, Borne, the hone of contentloh. When the Triple Alliance was pro? posed and urged by Germany, King Humbert, to make the compliment the 1 tier, went tn state, accompanied by t.'uecn Margherlta, to Vienna, where he had a most enthusiastic r.piton. The understanding was that the Emperor Would return his visit. The alliance wr.s consummated, hut this visit is unreturncd to this day Tills hiis proved sufficient to arouse re? sentment her.-, and tho alliance has several time.- been on the point of rup? ture. So much dl l the prcsi nt King res. r.t tills slight that when he went to llussln he went around Austria, si, that he would not put hi* foot In that I C0untr>, even for a few hours. j This needless cause of disagreement between two countries which were al? ready' subject to so many other mutual I j in - pricks, has always caused much 1 disquiet t,, Kmperor William, who may? be called ih?i SOtlt and spirit of the Triple Alliance Neither Italy nor Austria has ever been very enthusiastic for the niii- j nnce. the former because ot ilia strong , opposition to it among a lug, class of the people, and the- latter because it thought the pact was Iii Italy's in t-- rest. F.'niperor William, how-v. r. has s-^en deeper Into the feelings of the Ital? ians, ir.rl has known toy some time that it would require some coaxing to induce King Victor to rcnew the' alliance uf il now stind*. It was! through his Influence that Austria awoke to tho danger, helped doubtless by the proof which the peninsula has given in the present war with tur? key, of a strong army and flue navy, etiler red by brave men. Thus. It is Slid, Vatican Influence has censed to be paramount In ihon.religious matters; Aid thc^lielr apparent will come to i ? .It It ^ VISITS i III M I. st'Kxns. Darron Court Held ou siren Corners, In Saloon and In Tenement, l,os Angeles, August I.?In tue bribery trial uf Clarence Si Darr?w hcr< yesterd'ay, n session of the court was held on three streel corners In the business section, inside a saloon and on the third floor of n rooming hotise. The jury was conveyed in motor cuim to tli? scene of the alleged bribery ol Talesman George N Lockwood. At the corner of third and L?bs Angeles Htreets, th.. place where the bribe money v.,s said to have been passed, superior ludge Georg? llunton recon? vened court In thii presi nee nf liun ? ? ? f-< u br of fled tri porters return''! to I . n until Mohdaj Aeroplane ' russes ' bannet London. Auguft -An nei with two passengert, ci i? ? -. ? . Ilsh Channel at Dover early i lug In II storm Th- ?( r'bpli : ? at 'Ashford, Kent Where, iWlng heavy winds, it collldi : " J ; '? wings were smashed, but ? o t'^ntsi were not hurt. The Berry Sale Continues This Week "1 / v ARMED CONFLICT fCARAGUA Llbcrtad, Salvador, August 4.? Ar mad conflict 1" reported in Nicara? gua between President Dies and the revolutionists headed by General Mona, former minister of war. Tele? graphic communication' between Nlca l ? una and Salvador i.s suspended, but Information regarding Hie situation In Nicaragua was received horo to-day by a steamer which left Sau Juan <!? 1 Stir three days ago. The report Is that hostilities followed the action of Dili? in appointing Emllano Chnmorro com mander-ln chief of the gdvertinientt forces. Menii.it Is rumored, b^s been taken prisoner. The united states warship Anna polls has arrive^ at San Juan del Sur,! and Is being hold there awaiting do vt lopments. DEED TRANSFERRED TO KING Diinlsh-Amerlcnns i.hr Vntbmnl i'nrU to Denmark, Aarhus, Denmark, August \.?King Christian to-day received at Marsells borg Castle tin: members of the com? mittee represontlnB the assoclatiun of Danish-Americans, which has; present? ed n new national park In Jutland to the government. The American min? ister to Denmark, Dr. Mmtrlco F. Fgun, on behalf of l'resblcnt Taft, honorary president of the association, fi ad a message from Mr. Taft, extend? ing greetings to the King and people of Denmark. "It is with great pleasure," sals President Taft, "that I nave witnessed the action of the American citizens of Danish birth In this country In ac? quiring a tract of -100 acres of land near AalbOrg for the purpose of es? tablishing a Danish-American national park to be dedicated to the Danish government and to be at u.11 times open to the public. "1 am gratified to be Identified with this set in my capacity of honorary president of the association. I recog? nise in it a concrete expression of the cordial relations which have always existed between the Danish and Amer? ican .','< ople. and whtaih sare to-day based more firmly than ever on friend? ship, understanding and mutual i t. em." In response, the King said: "1 haVO beard words in the name of the Pres? ident of the United States. In which I see new testimony of friendship and understanding between the Danish and American peoples with the greatest pleasure. "In my own name and In the name of the Danish people. I reriucst you io cbhvey to Mr Taft on this pleas? ant occasion, and through htm to ihe American people, the I>?nlsh peoples ami my own warmest greetings and host wishes for the future." Dr. Max llcnlus, ef Chicago, chair? man of th- committee, handed the deed io the King. It was enclosed !n a leather ease bearing ihe DanlBh and American Dags, The formal Inauguration of the. ] park ;.t Iteblld mils will take place j to-morrow. MMtQi'is ok \\i.i i>i.\ \vr.i>s. Prtnoe tnlmr of Cnunnumht srrs I.ady ?Inrjorle Manner* Married. London. August l.- S uiety and the world ..f art and letters were well rprcscnted at the wed ling to-day of th.- Mareiulf of Anglesey and Lady Mtljorle Mn riiiet s. eldest daughter of the Dtlke or Vttltlnnd. The marriage took place at St. Peter's, in Raton Square. The cost.- Included Prince Arthur of Coniiaught, the Crown Prlnci of Hcrvla, Prince Christopher .?( Sweden, th. German ambassador, [taron Marschall von Bieberstein; the Duchess of Marlborougli and Willi-m Phillips and William P. CraSBOli, of the A tht-rii a it embassy. Tin ch?rch was decorated with pink nh i? d rambler rose?, ?.ringe blossoms and bit) trees The Archbishop of Can* :?:! ..:;. performed the ceremony. The bridal, dress expressed the originality tot ? I.tIv MSrJorlc lias been long tllHtlngUlShcd The long train of gold and whit, brocade, fringed with heavy gold billion, was brought over the shoulders like ;, clonki The bride car rh II 8 s:.'.. Ii ibk Instead of a bouquet Lady Diana Fanners, slstei of th. bride, was tin ,,nl> bridesmaid, bit tin bridal party was followed by flvi boys ami ten j:ir's nttlrrd in costumo. icprcseii..ng a period of years ago. ?it \ i in im ii(ng." Chicago it... invent \?-vi i.muc no Mnrt linrtleld Moose i lob. :. ; U-ii : ...v gum< known an "liui-in-the ?dghi 01 th. lid> Kiss their hats int Hie ring enl thou on, designated a tt ' i "11 iiiOOHi" holds a baseball, wit ? ? r,\ he-i. who attempts to (jet his uw' - ? Legacy for Pope. pipers .'iv the Pope win receive h l< I l Anthony llcrbert, nistibp of Cologne. Low Price?-BUT? High-Grade Quality A combination that can't be beat?and found only in Ail good Grocers sell it ur will get it for you. BATTLE RUMOR IS CONFIRMED Juarez. Max., August 4.?A train bearing olglit wounded rebel soldiers arrived hero to-day bringing verifica? tion of tho battle in progress yester? day at Corralltos, near Casaa Grandes. A small group of rebels from ihe Cassis Grandes ga-rrlson fought dur? ing the entire diij to protect rail? way from a federal force of a strength unknown by them. Tim train coming from Casaas Grandes picked tip the wounded along the railwa'J". Rebel reinforcements sent out from Juarm fall id to arrive at Corralltos, the train ret i nil tig here, it is thought at re? bel hca<ii|iiartera that Satasar, who at last occupied Causa? Grandes with 1. ?00 soldiurs, already has evacuated the town and is coming north, Hlu route wUl be over n wagon road had? ing to Gailego, a point to the east, oh the Mexican Central Hallway, und d?o south of Juurei. O? leaching the Central right of way which has been disrupted between the eltj of Chihuahua und tili border, Sala/ar will either move north, Join lug Gen, ?rozc? here, or Orozco will move south to Join Stiluzar. Urozco still says nothing regarding his next move, although he udmlts titut he e\ locts to evacuate Juarez soon. Federals l-lncou raged, -exieo city. August -i. ? Encouraged by General Sanjlnaz'a successes near the eastern boundary of Sondra and relying upon General Huortu to wage an energetic campaign against tlio rebels with nls army that move t-.eui back from Buchlmbu, government orri ciaia believe liiut by the end m the. week, io n. i ii Pascua.1 orozeo will u ? seeking in,ling places or begging for amnesty L'nofllelol a- well as oiflctal utspatches received hero state that many of Orozco's men alrrudy are tir? ing of fighting without pay, and that desertions tire increasing. Jiiqh t.'rtls, leader of 300 rebels. Is reported by General itabago at Mauer,, to itidvc surrendered with all his then alter his reijuett, f?r amnesty ha ! been granted. THREE MEN DROWN Their Motor lloal I? 11 ii ii Down Uy Freight Steniner. 1'hUudc iphia, August b?Three men were drowned early to-day when a, motor boat in Which they v.ere riding was run down by a freight st einlief In the Delaware R*ver hear Bur'lng tbii, N. .1. They w.ie: Hoheit Heath i Hngtoil, thirty-live years old; George Van bine, tlilrty-two, and John Sell ud? der, twcnty-iilne, all of Bristol, Pa. A one-armed man, George Tyler. Jr. of Burlington, N. J., was the only oc? cupant ol the motor boat to escape, He was thrown across the bottom of i'., wrecked craft, and managed to remain nfioat until resetted by the crew of th,. freight steamer According to the crew of the freighter, the John W. Garrett, from Trenton for Philadelphia, the motor bout failed to furnish any lights, end ran directly across the steamer's path. Two other men were drowned In the! Delaware to-day Thomas Dpnaldson, I twenty-eight y,,?rs of age, of tills city, was seised with a cramp while swimming at th.- mouth of Big Timb.-r1 Creek, near Gloucester, N. J.. und1 Chnrles (J'l)onell fell from a laun. h near Market Street Wharf. Mill ASK FUNDS TO PA! PENSIONS Washington, August t.?Senator Mc Cuniber, of North Dakota, announced to-hlghi he would .-all for immediate - iisideratlon to-morrow of his reso liliion I,, provide $30.ono.nipO to pay l-eiisionp ..f Mexican and Civil War j vctej-ans until tin- regular pension ap? propriation is passed. In taking this action Senator Me-' Cumber stahl he would give the House un opportunity to provide Immei'.lati funds for all pensions now due. the delay for nonpayment of Which was opejily charged against th,- Senate oh tin lloor "f Hit- House yesterday by Representative. Fitzgerald, of New e'r. MeCumber said he probably would reply to Mr. Fitzgerald's Charge? wlicii he called ui> his resolution. UNDER ARREST I., August i j-The lokal An/.e.'gjr ' publlshc a Kiel dispatch Buying to.it I tivi hliigiishmen, whohi iiunu-a 11 ?% ? - not I been iii'ud public, have been arrested j an l-.e'kViifoi-dc. in Schleswig-Holstein, oi: lie charge i?f espionage, 'ib.-y a: I peiii-ed oil in.- coast in a yacht, and ? Ugid t Ii it t thej wei'o malting photo ... iilis e lit a tiiey were uiTOsicd. 'i h ? I Pt.'li i ebiiliseatcd plates which they j UiUlid on ttie yacht and which when ... \,!.,;,..I proved t-. be. plelureii .>i . v, . x arboi uti'tl buy Ol thu Holstein GETTING NEW DIRECTORS \\ iiiii. hi I'leks t'ui Southern Men for !4cnhoni*d ^ lr l.lue .no. , ptesid in . :iu Contliieiit.il Trust i litnpuny of Bnltliii-n . who it c, utly purchased iot uiself und olhci Soutlieiu associates i controlling In? let . ( in the Si Air Irtiie lifili ivay has beeii sounding mil i'.o'.ithei'ii ? i th, i . ..i Blockholdiyi; in.-, in ??; .Mr. \Vlll- eld was la Atlanta yestcrtlay in i [banUet-i. i ! returned t,. Diilt htoru j Aii,.,..., thoet niiuoili'cfd as pi-obahlo niei.i'.i. i s:; ..! the new dltVctOiiilo, a: a ,ies?lt of tin conferei.s. ari itobori Maddux, vlec-prc'ldcht of the Amur National Bank, Atlanta; Min.- R Lane, prcsldefii of the Citizens' and I Southern Bank, sravanhahj a. ii. Wood i ward, vice-president of the Wood [ward Iron Company"- Birmingham; K W. Lane, president of the Atlantic I National Bank, Jacksonville, hnd George M \Vatts. of l>urhani, N. ?'. !nt pritBebt a member of the boar.l, I who undoubtedly wi l l..- retained, Iii a ?t Gemen? relative to Dm pr0 posed reorutnlstfitioii of ih<- i-teaboard j.Mr. War.leid declared thai the Sea ' Vier i vir I.Inn aas CKlontlully -i Southern rom| and that its Indepulid eiiti ua u trunk line would be main SLATED FOR TREASURER CH MU.ES "f i hionicoi furnier Republican, trim pnltru It. CH V M :. tnny he trenaurer <>f Democratic Cnin < 'i>lll ml I lee. tallied. 1 lie next annual meeting will be held in the early fall; ADVISING AGAINST LOAN Americana l)<> \<>t Wuut t lilnn lo i;ni linrk <iu Km ul Kxpendlture. Washington, August 4.?While ncgo- I tlattona for the (300,000,000 loan are deadocked, the provincial governments are supplying tin in w Chinese repub? lic with funds for us conduct by con? tributing sums which the viceroy* for- i lilorly supplied to the ubl dynasty. Word comes t" Washington that the provincial governments arc opposing the loan, because thi ? believe-it would place China e'onipli t'ely under the domination of foreign powers. Al? though tho Ann l ie,in bankers were to participate In the new financing, It la said In diplomatic circles that If China could get the money in any other way, the abandonment of the loan project Would be view,,! with equanimity by t)i4 United States. Although the t i.lte j states has been loyally fulfilling lt:> understanding with the live ?. t: i - -? powers partlelp.it- | lug in the> loan. It has been advising the new republic against embarking Pn an era of expenditure beyond the power of the periplo to bear. VSKS |>I\ tili' i. i hu l.?i\ H. tci'il Man Willing t" l.el Young One Have Wife He ' nn'l Support, Milwaukee, Aug .st 4.?Admitting that he wns unable properly to support , nis ntty-yenr-bld wife, Simon Koppel, I seventy-seven years old, a rag-picker, appeared with her at tl.e clerk e>f c 'iirt's oflice ami gave his consent to n divorce so she might iiiar'ry a younger mar. who could support her. He pledged that he loved her, and thai because he loved her he was seeking to IInd ii wn> t- provide for her. | Mrs. Koppel thought she could get the divorce at once, aid both v\. r ? disappointed when the}' were Informed that this could not be done. They left arm-ln-nrm. after being advised to s< j a lawyer. ? 'I".id "-.sn said he could easily make io rf.-r a day with his business, hut declared his wife was not satisfied to live on II it. They have four chll- , ?Iren, who were brbght l?tb court iasU fall and ordered to support their par-j cuts, but from what the old fol.ts said, they art i ? gli -ting to do so. in i i it - i \ i li ST S VOM Lawrence nnd Vcnnsrn Cnuntien Hard 1} Unjjoy .Voveicj. .*\cw Castle, fa.. August 4.?For the first tiniti .n many years there Was snow hero August. Yesterday there was a small show storm aft. r a sudden rain, It :-"-n raining early In the moru ng and later the rnlndrops turn- ) en to largi hnowflakes. The lompera turi fell several degrees, and many pedestrian: ,ve,re seen on the streets;! wearing ov< bats. The snow melted as' it reached the pround. Old resld. i ts of Lawrence county declare thai :r was the first time they* ever witness i n snow storm in the I month of August. The ?weather here Hoofs \ i-.'.nr? In Yen? SRO. "il City. I'h? August 4.?An August I snow storm \- ,s th- strain-, spoc'.a i?? ! witnessed here yesterday. At Vroo- ! man. iiortti of this city. In Crawford j comity, sc.o.v fell in sutTlcb nt quantity t" vvinien : i oofs of l)?ll<l|ngH. <-..:-i and huckwl ? were domngod severely \ i nil sin -i. \ t ?. (ti ll 'i \.\. Woman'* Mcuul for llii.slinud, Kllb Her friend. Lebanon I'a, August I.--In n quar? rel wild bei iiisbnntl, from whom she w.is sepni'.iti i, Mrs. Cicorge lllalr, Sc.. of indliui'i i.Snp, near lo re, slightly woiinil ,i ? ,, the head, and In nt tempting to ? him a second time nceldeiitally . '.i't and killed Peter Ivrojiji i , . ., nty years old. Aft- t ? Hooting Mr.-. Ml.lie disap? peared, ,i ! county ofllcers nr.- csareh ? ni! foi lo-iilght iti the mountn'ns '??> I he vli i ,,f her cabin. She is sisll-i. us old. Urcl made bis h?rne with Mrs. |: . . . Blair cabin sine, she became i ntranged from her bnsbnml. The i-abS. ? located In a wibl spot, iiotbi ,- steche of the milrder many v.arr- of "Old- Mini" Itaber i" i ? I. . j ,id Six." live of whom paid th !, ? li penalty on the gallbws In the Ubannon Jail Ills I'.dv Itei'iiveriil. Mi Vugust |. The body of V. i lib s'.xtueii years old. ?? n i Ass'sfant Postmaster Madden, of New YOik, covered to-day !n sevehty-flve w.u. i in Lake F.;-'e. He wo* the lake when his canoe cap MIMIC BATTLE BEGINS TO-DAY .Newport, Ft. I. August 4 ?A week's I naval engagement In the vicinity of j Block island Vineyard ilaven and Point Judith wiii open to-morrow as' part of tho summe- tit 111 of the At-' la rule fleet. Submarines, inlno? and I torpedo boats will bo uiicd against the battleships with night an-! day at- i tacks. i hder command of Commander Dui Inrd the red foree. constating of the I mine-laying: cruiser Sah Francisco, tho l fourth group "f destroyers and the i submarine flotilla will leave Karragan sett Hay to-morrow !ti advance the other shl; s. The Blue force. < onslst- | ing of tho first and second squadrons, j with tho first, second and third de- | stroyer group.-, under command of j near-Admiral Bradley A. Flske, win try to cross the line between Mock ; island and Vineyard Sount lightship i without passing through any mine lields and without permitting a suc? cessful submarine attack. linn PICTfllK \\ i \> IIL'SIIAM). Woman Married to Man Who Pound Her PbotORrnPh In I niaern. Newark, N. J? August 1.4?William City wood, of Blnghamuton. N. V . who two years ago found the picture of Prentn Mbwrey In a camera he was repairing, married the original of the photograph In th- City Mall here to? day The ceremony was per'brmel byj -Mayor Ifaussling and was ?jjnesFed i by Mrs. M I. ..il- Blauvelt, of Newark. C ywood'a sister. The y..urte couple went to th-- Adirondack--. The?- will malt, their homi In Blnghampton j CiiyWobd never had seen Miss Mow-1 rey when he found her photograph, lie! a pleased by the picture that He I tinted up th.- young woman and won! an Introduction. For the la-t t?o; years h?> hns been n constant visitor in tio- Mowroy home It.' IBinghamtoit, I W illiam MoWrey, the girl's father, ob? jected to a marriage, however, on the! ground his daughter, eighteen y< ira old. was too young. Several days ago Miss Mowroy pn.1, her brother visited the Blauvelt fam- ; lly he.re, nnd soon afterward young Caywobd also sppchre.1 In his sister's home. f-iywnmi r,nd Miss Mbwrey, assisted by Mrs. Blauvelt, obtained the marriage license were married and left tills city before the bride's brother learned the new? CHANGE IN PLANS Mm Wilsen Will entertain Democratic < ..m ml I tee men \i Luncheon, Washing*.ori, August I.?Senator- ! F.lct Olli., .lames, of Kentucky, ohnlr mnh of the committee which will noti-l fy Governor Wilson of his nomination at Seagirt Wednesday, announced 'o dny i chahfje In tlie notification plans. , The ceremonies will begin at ' O'clock Wednesday nfternc-oh; Thai' ? hour was named Instead of 2 o'clock to eiittbic Mis. Wilson t-> entertain thel I iifty-two Democrats of tin- eominltlcji In: luncheon, Mr. .lames will meet thol I members of the committee In New I j York Wednesday morning. A tnim'n--: ! j oi nien,in-rs ..f ? ''.iigres- will neeompahy 1 the party, and several Stats Governors I have written Mr. James that they wilt att<iid th. notification ceremonies, j Mnrahnll \*? in Be There. Indianapolis, Ind. August I.---C.ov.-r ir Thomnil It. Marshall. to.In- be imlnCi for Vice-President, to-day <le-j iltely decided to 1..- pr< sent at core- j on- i attrn Iaht upon the notification ' Governor Woodrow Wilson of bis iminatioii for president at Seagirt, J., next Wednesday. Governor Mut mil. accompanied by his wife, will avo h.r.- lo-tnorroW afternoon at Clock for ihe Cast. wn.M t\ \ ph.i mi or Flint Descendant <f Famous Livingstone l ?er hups i ntallj Burned. Montlecllo, N. Y . AugUlt 4.?Jean-; Livingstone, of tin- prominent family of that nine-, was seriously burned ibis afternoon In her home, when her clothing caught fire In a manner as yet kept aecrct. Her agonized acrenms attracted th- attention r>f passe ai-hy, Who extinguish, id th- flame. , but not before nearly all her clothing had been eohtun\ed. burning the flesh from her arms nnd parts ol her body. She was severely Injured oh the bead. dB l., r hair burned. Iler rondltlon Is ?er loits tot-nlght. Jeane Livingston- is fllty-tlv.- yeiirs old, and Is ri dlrec.t descendant of the old Livimr-ton- family tier relatives at one time owned nearly half of Sul? livan county. FINDS ONE CAUSE OF AIRMEN'S FALLS French Aeronautic Laboratory Discovers Rudders Must Some? times Be Reversed. AVIATOR CANNOT TELL WHEN Active Campaign Has Been Started for Installing Stabilisa? tors to Work Automatically. Paris. Aiipuit 4.?After a Inns series of experiments at the laboratory it military aeronautics General De La erotx. chief ,,f that Institution, an? nounced last week that great light had been thrown on the hitherto Inexpli? cable accidents to aeroplanes, wherein the latter, while flying smoothly, sud? denly turn over and clash to tha ground without any discoverable cause. "Th > Important fact." says the Gen? eral, "has hern discovered that In cer? tain conditions of force and direction of wind, of speed, and of Inclination of the machine the rudder for moving In ,i verliest direction must ho worked In a. way contrary to the usual one In other words, to ascend, the pilot must In one case put the rudder In the de? scending position, ami <n another case lie must revet se It. "Unfortunately, however." continues the general, "this discovery has only a theoretical value, as the- aviator can ni ver know when to reverse the direc? tion of the rudder The only means of Insuring the accurate working ot this part of the riiet hnnlsm Is the us ? of an automatic Stabilisator, and until tho value of this Invention Is univer? sally re.-ognir.ed. these terrible accl ! dents must continue." The laboratory of military n-ronati ti. s. which has proved the efficacy of Ihe Stabilisator In the course of IIb ! experience. Is about to undertake a ! campaign to overcome the existing prs i JudlCC of French airmen again* It. and io total De Dacrolx n?ks that linpor I tant prizes be offered for races between stabilised aeroplanes, In order l?i indtioe constructors to continue the work of perfecting this sccessory. M. lo,utre. Inv.ntor of the tlrst au 1 tomatic Stabilisator, has received nn important money prize from the Insti? tut.- of France. LISBON HEARS OF ROYALIST PLOT ?-i LlBbou. August 4c?-The government has learned ot plan? for a new royalist outbreak, raid to have been arranged for Friday, August 3. The Information, earn- from a loyal republican, who learned of tha plot from l.udovlua Huaz. an active royalist, among wh. admirers h? was numbered. The wo? man paid the penalty ot her indiscre? tion to-day when she was placed under arrest The government claims that it has evid-nce tha: the conspirators contemplate seising trie ministers oft r-tate arid de].titles and that General Concorva was to make simultaneously a raid upon the capital from tlx north , Search is being made for the leaders Of the conspiracy. HOT OVI5N FATA I VI OS Kit V. Muter Placed Pub.. I here I? ?-pnr< Mother \niioyancc. Sterling. I?., Aug ist l Iii order that the h.-.-.,y might not Interfere with Itsm other, who wos working iicarby. the seven-year-old daughter of Mi? nnas Frarikfather placed the infant on the door of on oven from which he.' mother hid Just taken a batch. Of bread. The red-hot metal burned th- Infant so badly thai It cannot recover. M IM 5TE \ M I lit s Till? I P, Freight Handlers on Northern Pacific \\ in Itemnln Out, Duluth. Minn.. August 4.?The strik? ing freight handlers late to-day rc fuae.1 to nccr-pt a compromise and de? cided unanimously to remain on strike until the Northern Pacific and the Shippers' Association gave them ;if> cents an hour nnd 10 rents for handling cement. A number Of Imported men are work? ing In the places of the strikers, but despite this ninny steamers are tied up I waiting loads or to he emptied. ton fol IllHMoltitlon. < onstarittnbpie, August 1.?'file Cab- i i'.net and Senate held a prolonged secret luceting to-day and voted for tie- ills- j i solution of the Chamber . f Doputh - on : the ground that the present extra- 1 j ordinary session of the chamber, hi - ||np a continuation of the! previous ;-. ~ slon and having completed Its term. now lapses. Whether the ehnmber'wlll , iicrjutoscn In tills Ingenious scheine re- j I mains t.. b. seen, but the tension has l.ec .me in great that the government ! is obliged to take prompt action. ! .Strong forces of 11oops ami pollen :>r. guarding the- precincts of the Parlla < Hub- ts Opened, Vienna, August t. The V/eliter Ke? imblatt announces the opening here of n i Hole for the study fif cerebral men? ingitis, under the direction of the Vienna specialist, Dn I'.othold' Deer. The clinic has I.n founded and en? dowed as p Uari'lmnu memorial by friends of the into K II. Ilarrlman, American doctors will have an oppbr tunlty to carry on researches In this clinic, which probably win result event? ually In the establishment of i Similar clinic In 'he United States. "?hurt Snrilt?r Supply, ISastport, Me. Aimust 4,?The fail? ure of the sardine schools lo visit tho coast of Majne In their accustomed number this year has resulted Iii a shortage of the canning supply which threatens lo send up the price of the ttsli for the Mar 191.?, The ,-a oners usually 5>i ii close the selUon with a supply of 2,000,000 cases In stock, but this yea:, oven with th.. te-O.iiOO cases carried over, th..re appears lit? tle prospect to Kccute tile normal pro? duct. You Cannot Avoid Buying a Victrola If you arc a lover of good nniM< and will btop t?. realize what tVic presence of this great musir;il in? vention in your home will mean in supplying .1 medium of entertain? ment and pleasure. The cost is 1 trivial compared with tin satisfac? tion and enjoyment it brings. We are better equipped than ever to supply you. Succeaaora < utile I'tium I n. 213 E. Broad NEGRO WOMEN I START RACE RIOT Corpus. Christ). August 4 -Sherlfl I Wright and five deputies returned thi-, I evening from the .1. c. Baldwin ranch, [where they had been called to check an Inclpcht roco riot. They found a negio woman dead, one white man and 6n< negro injured, but succeeded lu re ! storing or.it. ?Mr. Baldwin imported 100 negro .worKors from Houston several day's '"Bo. and one Of there Lou Burns, at? tacked .1. K Newell, manager cf the ranch commissary, with a pitchfork. Me elected her from the Hier? Just as the tiefrro men. numbering, it is alleg? ed, seventy-five, began sheeting The .woman fell d*iad r.t th- ntst volley, W. j H. Wallace. n ranch employe, tried to Pac|fy the lilacK?. who wer,. shooting J Into the store, but became their target, and was badly wounded Newell was j tinder Pre three hcurs ' I I - Ills 1 linn m ,s v\ IXnOM former lllueront, leeuacil or Murder, 1 utls Ilia Life as Policemen trrlvr. Philadelphia, |>a., August 1 -.lames local forre. ibis afternoon .1 in lil? window ,?f his home, -i !?:,..,? s-,,?,?. and killed hlniself I m , ? 1' , throat when detectives from the Oliv .Mall were surrounding tile liOUs* With the intention of arresting him 01 ? charge of murdering hi- ?|f< MUCH INTEREST IN PRIMARY It. pul,II. an- und Progressives Will 1 Inali \t Polln To-morrow, iropekh. Kansas. August t.?-Unusual 'sidentlitl electors In now pending the United States Supreme Court, it body having postponed final hears of an action to )c> ep nooRevoit c'toi s off the 1 all its Bo uievi 1 i Governor W, It. Stubbs, progressive Is a c?iidldati for Charles Curtis'- 1 H in the United States Senate. MURDER AND SUICIDE W. f.. I.minier KIM? Woman Ther, Turns Pistol on Himself. Atlanta. On . August I.?W, R. Late? iner aged forty, to-day Shot and killed a woman known n? Emma Cantrell, jiiged twenty-six. and then shot him? self, from the effects of which he die 1 jail hour later at a lo.nl hospital. Tha ; shooting took place In a home on Decatur Street. Latlmcr 's mid to have rone to the house and asked for ills wife. Tli- Cahtrbll woman was sum i mon.-d and the two ..imaged In a i|unr i.i pnding In the shooting. At the (n <iuesl tills afternoon another woman, claiming to be Mrs LAtlnier, appeared and Identified the pistol used, as be longing to her husband. TO IIP.M Hi: Vlll \ I IIK.ll PALLS, Vouna Woman Ventures Too \rnt Kdge of lt?ek> Borge. PliiUsbuig, N. V.. Atigiist I? The body of Kth.-i W.leox. -,f pelhnm, N. Y . was found in tiie Saranac Blvei below ib.- high (alls, near IVcdford, ahmt , thirty miles west of this city. Miss Wlleox, who is iwenty-twfl years of oge. disappeared ludilenl.v front several conipnhinnn while visitbi|u ih. high 'ails last Thursday. It was thought at llrst that the voting woman was hiding in t"n. Dill inti-r it was surmised that she was lost in the woods, and searching par? ities had covered tin- entire countryside i sine. Thursday. , , I it is believed she ventured too mar the ed?e of the rock} gorge and fell t,? her death in the water. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER 3 O A 3 T o re ; A 24-plece. Colonial style Save Labels from "DAISY" BR I Ask your dealer or 'phone us?Madl I son lfinT. I AM KB I CA \ nitKAO \ M> II\l( l.Mi CO U Mast I,etali ??reo?