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1 ... -- VOL. LXXXIV. NEW SEME- vOL. LVI BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY. Al'IUL 7, 1910. NIWII.KR 41. MORE PAY AND FEWER MELONS BEVERIDGE DAY AT CONVENTION BODIES TAKEN FROM NIAGARA TIE METHODISTS Western Union Telegraph Com pany to Treat Employes Like Human Beings. Insurgent Rcnnlor Endorsed by Indiana Kopublirans Tariff Law Ignored. Tlint of Captain MoLeod of Car Ferry Had Drifted over l 100 Miles. CHORCII ill IN A WAR OE WORDS BOTH CHURCHES SEND APOLOGIES REPUDIATION OE IfflK IN VERMONT Catholic Cardinals Condemn the "Personal AttiUulc" of Sec retary Merry Del 7al. IAY POPE ISN'T RESPONSIBLE Head of the Methodist Organiza tion in Italy Writes of Re grot at Tipple Article Home, April 6. Rcfore Theodore Roose velt left 'Home to-night, both the attitude at tho Vatican towards him nnd the ttatcment of the Methodists, which he. had condemned, were repudiated 1)" lend ing adherents of lhoo two Institutions. Abbott Lawrence .Innsscns, n learned Benedictine and secretary of tlio con gregation of religious affairs, called on Mr Roosevelt this evening, and, not finding him, left his card, on which ho wroto that he desired to congratulate him for tho constant support given to ) Is order and the Catholic Church In Koncnil In America during Mr. Roose velt's "glorious career" aw president, which ho hoped would soon he resumed. Contemporaneously, Mr. Koosevelt ro relved letters from relatives of high pre latos and cardinals, condemning that for which neither the Pope nor the Liithollc Church was responsible." methodists auk vj:.ry sorry. On the other hand Mr. Koosevelt re relved this letter from Dr. Walling Clarke, head of the Methodist organlza t'in In Italy: 'The incident connected with the ar ticle written liy tho Rev. R. M. Tipple for the American press has caused me untold t egret. was not aware that the article was wilt ten or sent until Tuesday after noon, when It was brought to me by a newspaper correspondent, together with the statement which you (rave out on Tuesday morning. If I had known Mr. Tipple's Intention, I certainly should have used all my lnflueneo to prevent It. Let me assure you that tho Methodists of Rome were not responsible tor the ar ticle. Allow mo onco more to express my admiration for tho courageous position you have taken In the face of the de mands of the Vatican. Tho Methodists of Koine will not forget it." Of M PARED TO MARCUS ACRELICS. Mayor Nathnn of Rome presided at a d ner given in Mr. Roosevelt's honor by t' e municipal authorities in the Caplto llne palace to-night. The mayor.Jn pro posing tho ex-president's health, referred to him as "ono whoso character and work had an effect upon the civic prog ress of humanity," and as a "purlller." "Men of his caliber are beyond tho lim its of country. The.y belong to civiliza tion," said tho mayor, who also com pared Mr. Roosevelt to Marcus Aurellus. In replying, Mr. Roosevelt praised Italy, twice the head of tho world, whence tho entire Occident desires its rlvlllzatinn and where we don't know whether to admire more the past or what Is belli? prepared for the future." "In all civilized countries," he contin ued, ' it has been necessary to preserve some barbaric virtues, abovo all military strength, to oppose any attempt at op pression. Countries must be strong In order to be good nnd to help tho weak against tho overbearing." Several hundred people cheered Mr. Roosevelt when he and Mrs. Roosevelt left at 11:45 p. in. for Spezlo. New York, April & Improvements and tnetcascd wanes for ellipses, rather than melons for stockholJeis, Is to be the aim of the Western Union Telegraph company hereafter. This lesolullon was adopted to-day at n meeting of the exe cutive committee of tho company In Now York: "This committee recommends that no Increase increase In tho present rato of dividends bo made until the plant of the company, wherever It may be found necessary, 13 placed In the highest poss ible condition, the working conditions of the vinplojes, lmpiovcd and their salaries le-arranscd, recognizing In this read justment merit, pioficlcncy and length of service modified by location." Picsldeiit Clowry of the company ald In explanation of tho company's action: "All earnings abovo the present divi dend rato of three per cent, per annum will be put Into the property In order to raise It to the highest standard of effi ciency, "The company has plans for Improv ing the working conditions of Its em ployes nnd rearrangement of salaries. There will be no horizontal Increase. Our policy will he to treat employes Individ ually as human beings and not In bulk as a mathematical problem, rewarding merit a.s It deserves In all cases." Statement by Pastor of Church at Rome Causes Roosevelt to Cancel His Reception. Regards Vatican Incident As Purely Personal Himself Many Catholics Sup port Hi3 Action. GETS FIVE YEARS FOR MIXING IN OAR STRIKE Philadelphia. April G Pleading i guilty to tho charge of placing ex- ' plosives on the tracks of the Phlla- ' delphla Rapid Transit company, Frank Godda, a strike sympathizer, was to- ' da- .sentenced to five years In the ' Eastern penitentiary. Clodda, who Is i an Austrian and has been In America only two months, said he found a dyn amite cap on a railroad near his home In the suburbs and was told by boys to place It on the car tracks. Judge Carr in Imposing sentence said he was not sure the prisoner knew the dangerous character of the explosive, hut felt the case should be dealt with severe- SPANIARD VS. YANKEE Responsibility for the Roosevelt-Vatican incident is placed on Cardinal Merry Del Val, papal secretary of state. An eminent ecclesiastic is reported to have said at Rome: "It is not the church, but the private act of the Spanish secretary of state against the colonel of the Rough Riders in Cuba." Merry Del Val's father, now in Rome, says: "It seems prov idential that my son should be the man to humble a Yankee President." Indianapolis, Ind., April T. Senator Albert .1. Meverld.'JTo. who voted igaltist the Payni'-Aldtich tariff bill, was en dorsed at to-day's republican State convention nnd the tariff bill was not mentioned In the resolutions adopted by tho convention. A speech by tho senator, In which he denounced tho Payno-Aldrlch bill, was frequently applauded. A complete State ticket, with tho exception of governor and lieutenant- governor, was nominated, moat of tho candidates being named by acclama tion. The platform adopted, although silent as to the present tariff Inw, en dorses a protective tariff, a tariff com mission, conservation of natural re sources, the so-called Roosevelt poli cies and the administration of Presi dent Taft. The tnrlrr plank snys: "We believe In a protective tariff, measured by the difference between the cost of production here and abroad. Loss than this Is unjust to American laborors; more Is unjust to American consumers. That difference should be ascertained with the utmost speed and tho present law modified accordingly." When Permanent Chairman George A. Cunningham of Evansvlllo callerl for a vlve voce vote on tho report of tho committee on resolutions, the re port was declared adopted, although there was a chorus of noes from dif ferent parts of tho hall. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of tho Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES Rome, April 5. The chief development ly. The strike situation was unchanged ! In the Koosevelt- aiican incinem lo-uay to-day. j was Mr. Roosevelt's repudiation of an T. K WATERLOO AS A POLITICIAN ROAD BUILDERS ARE WAKING UP Washington Priest So Character izes the Vatican Incident No Place to Swing Stick. Washington, April IS. "Theodore Roose velt, the politician, has met his Water loo," declared the Rev. . atlier Eugene Hnnnon, pastor of St, Marv's Human Catholic Church In this cltv. In discuss ing the Vatican controversy last night. "I.Ike a bull In a china shop lie has at From the Island in the Lake to the Passompsic, Along Otter Creek and by the Shores of White River. ADDISON MIDDLEBURY. A grass' fire gained considerable head way on Chlpnian hill Sunday and wn ex tinguished only by tho strenuous efforts of a large gang of men dispatched to tlm scene by Colonel Hatted, who owns part of tho property. Chlpnian hill Is one of the beauty spots of the town. It Is sur mounted by evergteen trees and it was toward saving these that the efforts of the men were directed with succeo-. Sev eral hard wood trees were homed and many acres of grass singed. Tho citizens' committee, elected at the recent town meeting, and the com mittee of William P. Russell Post, to have charge of tho Decoration d iv ex ercises, have organized as follows: Chairman, William 1 C'.idy; secretary, I!. S. lienedlct; treasurer, Thomas F. Hums. Tho following committees were appointed: Teams, Edson P. Wil liamson; (lowers, Walter .1. Uop; deo- (runtlnucil mi pnge 2.1 Niagara Falls, N. T., April .-A body believed to bo that of Captain .lohn ..lc.I,eod of tho Marquette Bes.'emer car ferry, which Iliundorcd between Con noaut and Port Stanley on December 10, was found to-day In the Intako of the Nlagnra Fairs" Power company. 'I ho body was badly decomposed and batter ed by tho long Journey under the. Ice and through tho swift current of the rier, iat tho clothing was Intact and In the pockcti wore found SU5 and a bundle of documents. One of the car ferry's llfo belts was nttrohed to tho body. While tho Idontillcatinn Is based almost entirely upon the papers and clothing there Is little doubt that the body Is that of Captain .MelCod. The car ferry sank off Conneaut so that tho captain's body has ttaveled considerably over 10 miles. Thirty-five lives were loat when the ferry foundered. Buffalo, N. Y.. April 6. Thu body of Clonrgo N. MncCnuley of tho steamer Clarion, walth burned off Point Pelee two (la,4 before the sinking or Mar quette Bessemer Ferry, was taken from NlaRara river here this afternoon. Mae Cauley lost his life while trying to get a lifeboat over tho side of the burning and storm tossed steamer. "KING" PATTEN PINCHED BY SLUMP IN COTTON Bishop MclntjTe of Methodic Church Calls Archbishop Ire land a Falsifier, Chicago, April 8.--.Inmes A. Patten suffered loses In the cotton market yes terday estimated at from J3o0,0uU to Jl.Soo, eOO. A combine of speculators In Liverpool and New York against him, with the heavy rains In tho South, are said to have caused the loss to Patten and his crowd. The price of cotton declined one cent a pound during the day. Patten alone is said to have bales on hand If this Is tiue It would Indicate a loss of approxlmateb Jl.5CO.fxO. Recent rains in the South are said to have caused uneasiness In the southern markets. i! TO DEBATE Catholic Prelate Replies with Appellation of "Mud Slingcr" Says He Should Preach in Rome. Hunting work or hunting workers la want ad work. NO UTOPIA, SAYS State Commissioner Tells of In creased Interest in All Coun ties Automobile Fund. Montpeller. April 6. Nearly 1M road commissioners, selectmen and automobile owners gathered this morning in Grand Army hall to attend the annual county meeting of road builders, held under (In direction of C. W. dates of Franklin, State highway commissioner. Eery town tempted to Jump Into the Vatican and and city In the county was represented. attempt of the Methndlit organization here to Interpret his action as an Indorse ment of their work. This repudiation took the form of call ing off a reception to the members of the American colony, which was to have been held to-morrow night at tho em bassy, and It resulted directly from the Issuance of a statement yesterday by the Rev. H. M. Tipple, pa.Uor of the Amer ican Methodist Church, In which he se verely arraigned the Roman Catholic Church, Mr. Roosevelt continues to deprecate vigorously the tumult caused by the Incident, which he regards as personal to himself, and continues en tirely confident that his countrymen. Catholic as well as Protestant, will sus tain his position. When the Vatican statement, likening the situation to what might occur In flcmany If he visited the Polish separat ists after seeing the Emperor, was called to Mr. Roor-velt's attention, ho said: "If the German Kmperor should place as a condition to an audience that I should not seo the Poles, I should m.tke a similar reply: Vpon that condition I shall be compelled to forego the pleasure of an audience." " DISAPPROVED OP CATHOLICS. A phase of tlin situation which Is at tracting mure and more attention here Is the open disapproval of the Vatican's action expressed by numerous Catholics. This i- not confined to laymen, but ex tends to the hierarchy and even to the Sacred College Ittulf. Some of the car dinals have privately expressed dluxent from action which places tho church In Milwaukee, Wis., April 6 "The first a position In any way hostile to Mr. step of the Socialist Democratic, parly ltoosrvt.lt. will be to leassuie the people and relievo Catholics dwell on t lict many evidences their minds of apparent fear 'hat our I swindle as told the police to-night by of Ids friendship while he was In the'vlcioiy nieani the entire overturning H Henrv Wagner, senior member of White HoUbo, and declare that tho business In this city" said i:iull .vldel. tirm nf billiard table manufacturer. chuieh Is being placed in a false position ; Milwaukee's newly elected socialist i,J(J ,lo equal In the annals of tho New towards the ex-presldent and America, m.i) or, to-day. 'voik detective bureau. To obtain FARM BUILDINGS BURNED. I.nrire Amount of l,ln Stock PerlMlied In I'lHincx flinnll Inmirnnee. Swanton Center, Apill 6. Farm build ings owned by Mrs. Charles Hall of Bwantnn and Mrs, Alfred Truax of Phelburno Harbor nnd occupied by Joso Therrlen and 1ulldlngs on the ad joining farm owned by Edward Rice and occupied by Nelson Martin and family woro burned Monday afternoon. Tho flro originated from nn unknown cause In tho Hall-Truax barns. Mr. Therrlen. who was ploughing nearby, mado the discovery and by hard work raved seven cows, but three rows, three pigs, and four calves were Ion with othor valuable contents. Mr. Therrlen suf fers heavily, as he owned the stock nnd much of tho other property and carried no Insurance. Tho wind was blowing a gale and burn ing shingles were carried to tho Rice barns, which weio burned before nny of Iho live ntock could Ihi taken out. A hole was burned In tho roof of the house and tho side towards tho barns was badly charred. Mr. Rlre carried a small In Fiiranco on his buildings and stock. He lived In tho house of an adjoining farm. DEMOCRATIC MAYOR ELECTED IN HARTFORD Hartford, Conn., April K. -Hartford elected a dmocratle mayor to-day for tho first time since 1902, hdward U Smith defeating Mayor Kdwaid XV. Hooker, republican candidate for re-election, by about 30 votes. Tho other republican nominees on tho town and city ticket were elected, tho democrats securing only mich ofllccs as allowed under the minor ity representative plan. I The republicans retain possession of the court of common council, License carried by 7,41R to 2,tKl. Ry a voto of 6,472 to 2,030, the closing hour waa et at 12:00 p. in. against 11:00 p. m. KANSAS OITV KLKCTION. Topeka, Kuns., April & Topclta held Its first election under the commission form of Kovernmcnt to-day and late returns Indicate ihi election of J, II. Rlllard for mayor over William Green, tho Incum bent, by about 1,000 majority. Partisan tickets ara liujxisslble under the commission charter. Green was suup' ported largely by those who favor a strict enforcement of the prohibition law. BANTA FH DBMOCHATIU Santa Fe., N. M April 5-enta Fe, oidlnarlly republican, to-day elected as mayor, Arthur & Bell-man, a democrat. override tho etiquette of the nmst august court the world has ever known The court of Home Is not given to assisting in political exploitations and has stuely lei Koosevelt know It In no uncertain man ner. "Koosevelt is the greatest pi ess agent tho world has ever known but the people of Europe haven't much use for the press agent In politics. He may swing the 'big slick' In this country to his bran's con tent, but It Is fully for him to attempt to ride roughshod over the Vatican," Father Hnnnon said that President Taft went to Rome and "was most graciously received at the Vatican, but before going there he made certain what the Vatican would require of hmi and pro ceeded to abide by their regulations. So Willi Empeiors nnd Kings of European nations," SOCIAL DEMOCRATS WIN. Cnrry Milwaukee by S.ono nirr Tio Old Pnrly TlekelH. Milwaukee, April ." Social democrats, led by Emll Selilei, candidate foi mayor, swept Milwaukee In tlje municipal elec tion to.a.iy by approximately s.noo votes, the largest plurality of any party In a similar contest In the history of the city. Tho social democrats will control the common council, having fleeted all six aldermen at large and carried 14 wards out of 23. V. J. Sehoeneck, Jr., democrat. who ran second, wns a-bout X.ooo ahead of Dr. J. M. Heffel, republican. Tho platform of all three parties were similar, They advocated home rule, Ini tiative and referendum and regulation of tho liquor traffic. Victor I. Iterger, a leadlna- abclal democrat, was elected alderman-at-large. Mr. Herger, who Is leader of hli party In Milwaukee, said of the flection: "Tills l the first time In tho his tory of the country that the aocial democrats have carried a large city. All I have to say at this time la that the party 'Will Klve Milwaukee the best administration It ever had, or that nny American city ever had. A square deal for everybody will be our aim." Outside of Milwaukee, the Interest throughout tho State centers In the excise vote. The "wots" were victor ious In a large number of cities and towns, Including all the larger cities. The prohibitionists won over five vil lages and retained a doren others. Iindon, April The British Protes tant alliance has sent a latter to Am bassador Keld applauding Mr. Roose velt's refusal to accept an audience with tho Pope under conditions. Santa Cru, Cal., April 6 A stand pipe Is said to have burst on the cruiser Maryland to-day, killing one man. The ship sailed for Han Fran cisco before the report could bt verified. Following a cordial address of welcome by Mayor Frank R. Dawley the morning hour wan devoted to an address by Com missioner Gates, In which he spoke of the change of sentiment In the several coun ties of the State in regard to the neces sity of good roads from that which pre vailed when ho took the olllce tlvo years ago. Then only a handful of road com inlssionei were enough Interested In the matter to attend tho county meetings, now It Is the exception when every town In a county is not represented by one or more oflbials when such meetings are held, INCREASED APPROPRIATIONS. Referring to the special appropriations bv towns during the past three years fur highway purposes In older to obtain a like sum from the State, Mr. Gates said that Middlesex and Roxbury ure the only towns In Washington county where such money has not been voted In WJ and IStu, In 1908 the towns of Washington county voted $4,999 for this purpose, in liiua tills sum was Increased to $3,010, while In 1310 thu towns and cities of tho county have appropriated JO,!?"-! for this purpose. In "HS In 1S8 Vermont towns ami cities 51 ;i was so voted, In VM In 1!J towns and .lilcs, $00,000 and In 1910 In 'J'AJ towns and I . es $C7,0uU was raised thus showing the inlllv increasing interest In the woik. At the afternoon session Commissioner Gates explained the rules under which the automobile fund was distributed last year. In lW this fund amounted to $J5,H8 and $7,000 wns unexpended, Thl balance, with $4M,000 It Is estimated the automobile fund will amount to this yettr, will be expended In keeping permanent roada In repair, and In special woik at the discretion of the State highway com misslonor. Mr, Gntetc intimated that he should be more stilct this year In his requirement that the provisions of tho law be compiled with and di I not mine words when ho told the nstnmhled com mlsslonere Just what they mist do to get their fair share of the f.:nd. AUTOMOIilEH MEN TAIK. J, M. Boutwcll of Montpeller and J. W, Goodon of Baire, representing tho Automobile club of Vermont addressed the convention from their standpoint und urged a closer understanding and fueling of good will between drivers of horses and automobiles. Mr. Gordon explalnrd why ho opposed the passage of the automo bile tux law before the last legislature because he did not believe It was equita ble, but he acknowledge that tho law Is working well, and he did not oppose It, except for that one featuje, Editor Walter II. Crockett and A. J. Sibley spoke for tho touilsts, and the valuable asset of good roads for any Mtate. Ilotli favored bonding the State for bulldliiK trunk lines of highway In Vermont. Their suggestions were loudly applauded ' Tho last hour of tho convention WB8 given over to an Informal conference, at which any road commissioner present was Invited lo express his views or any phase of road building or road work. SOCIALIST MAYOR Milwaukee Is to Have the Best Government Possible Party Feels Its Responsibility. ELABORATE PLAN TO STEAL $1010 Dupe Entrusted with $103,000 and Given Trip in Million aires' Private Car. New York, April C. For lavish stag" sotting, workmanlike execution and ,-mplo financing, the story of a racing Responsibility generally Is placed on Car- d'liii Merry Del Val, papal secretary of Stale. An eminent eecltslastlc. li re- !'-! t -1 to have said: "It Is not the n b, but the private act of the Span- Mi ,-eeiHtary of State against tho colonel Jl the Rough Riders In Cuba." Merry Del Val'i father, formerly tho Spanish ambassador to tho Vatl- an, who Is now In Rome and who often complained of tho haughty ami boastful attitude of the I'niteil Stales In the days of Spain's difeat, M to friend: "It seems providential that my son "hould be tho man to humble a Yan kee President," A MUM CAN PRI1CST COMMANDS. Mr. Roosevelt has re. elved many messages not only from friends In the I'nltod States, endorsing his action, but from people throughout Kurope, many of whom lie does not know. Hundreds "f telegrams from both embolics und Protestants In America, congratulating Mm on his bland, have lunched him, and this afternoon when he returned to Ms hotel lie found an Amerlcnn priest, now Incited In Rome, who warmly felicitated him upon what bo had done, saying ho believed Hint American Catholics would endorse his action. King Victor Kmmanuel visited Mr. Roosevelt this morning, and following a social chat they motored to tho bnrrnnk. of the cuirassiers, where they wltnesred a series of manoeuvres, In the afternoon, In company with Prof. Jesse II. Carter, director of the American school of classical studies nt Rome, ho explored tho capltol forum. Returning, he stopped at an antique icwelrv store, which he visited 43 year ao as a hoy. The proprietor searched the old register and found Mr. Roosovslt's name. UKCKIVK8 MASONIC T1T1.K. Slgnor Ferra, sovei elgn grand command er nf the supreme council, ancient Scot tlsh Kite, w" 11 aopuiation, caueu ai his apartments and conferied upon him n high Masonic title, Mr. Roosevelt In a brief speech expressed gratification at tti honor. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt dined this evening nt the British embassy ns the ruests of Sir J. Hennell Rodd. To-morrow they will have lunch with Gugllelmo cvrrtro, the nisiarian, ana in tne evening Mr. Roosevelt will be the guest of honor nt the municipality dinner, The party will ienve at midnight, Wednesday, for Hpezln, There will be nn utopin. no millenlum, i jio.O'Oft. tho conlldenco men entrusted none of the wild .nubs that our oppon- (,clr (ro xvllh SlOi; ill n in cash, hired ents have charged to us. mere will bo , a private car from Baltimore to Jack no party bosses no one man policy. When we d-cide upon a course to pursue, there will be conferences with tho other socia lists eleehd and the best Hues will bo followed. We shall give everyone In the party a chance to bo heard to voice ills sentiment. IIF.I.P FOR WORKING MAN. Our plans are now In an embryonic condition, o I cannot dlscusi them at length. As to corporations, wo shall make thcin pay their share of the ta.xes and Im prove the lot of the worklngmeii. 'We will no nothing revolutionary, nothing that would turn the tide sentiment mralns-t Monville, Fla. arc! imper-onaieil suc cessfully a party of millionaires, one of whom was "H. H. Roger. Jr.." son of the lato vice-president of the Stan dard Oil company. Tho story came out to-night with the arrest of a man who gave his name as John Brown, OS year old. and de scribed himself as a broker and spec ulator, but who tho police soy is George C. Rockwell, alias Georro C Hammond, nllas "Old Joe" T'.aton. a notorious conlldenco man. No. In tho Rogues' Gallery. Wagner recog nized" Brown In a subway station nnd nrocured his arrest with tho aid of of , two pollcetiien, l't only after he had been badly pummelled ny uie wgiu..,, St. Paul, Minn,, April S-Fol!owlng tho pul.iiMition of u statement from Arch bishop lieland regarding the Roosevelt Vatican Incident, Bishop Robert Mc Intyre of the southern Minnesota confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who is visiting In Saratoga Springs, N. Y to-night telegraphed tho following to the Plcuiter Press; "A teiegi.un from my home city show thai Archbishop Ireland has again at tacked the Methodist Episcopal Church and dragged it into the Roosevelt episoclcj i.i i:oni when It had no part or sham in the matter. He calls my people vile, dishonest and cnl'.imnous. I bore the Fairbanks slander from him without reply, but my patience Is now exhausted. I heieby brand John Ireland a double-tongued falsifier of God s people, a cowardly accuser of men better than himself, who are offering Italians the free grace of G-,d without any terms of prlcstl monopoly. "I also challenge him to debate ths question in Amorlcau fashion In tho open forum when I reacii St. Paul. I have great 'Christian love for the Rom an Catholic people but l lie papal ma chine has a blood red record that stains centuries of history. "Ireland seems to fear Methodism and with good reason. It stands for justice, liberty, open-minded brother llness and equal Gospel privileges tc all." IRELAND'S SCATHING REPLY Archbishop Ireland, when shown tbi statement of Bishop Mclntyrc to-night prepared a statement which said Ir. part : "The message received from Bishop Molntvio is boneath my notice Ha need not troublo himself about a de bate with me on hli arrival In St Pau' I btand upright before men who de. 1 In facts, or arguments; I run awa. f'.um mud slingura. "From what I know of Bishop Mclntyre and what I liao long known of Methud lt' methods In Rome, I am ready to ta that he would be at home prejchlng hi the Methodist hall on Via Naalonnle, or editing the Methodist Roman organ, the 'Kvangellsta' and Its recognizee! ally, tho 'Aslii'i,' much more so than lecturing In temple", Methodist or non-Methodist, In Ameiloa. "Bishop Mclntyre ousrht to go to Rome. Judging lrom hU presont message, ho Is an expert In the lingo of tho Roman Methodist preacher. It Is Just such low, Insulting wouls, addressed to Catholics in Rome, as those now addressed to mo by Bishop Mclntyre that arraign decent people In Rome against the Methodist piopaganda " FLEECED OF $700 ON LINER Herman Arnir Ofllerr Thought lie Vn. I'lnjlng nrldge with (ien-tlenien. 'If any question arises- which tlH'io'.d man. administration can not handle, we will ij(1t ingt month Wagner met a mm refer It to the electorate as a wh.de. representing himself to be Alfred Fun- 'After all they are only bosses. So- rfl, private sect clary to a Pennsylvania clallsm has been given a chance lolmiilloiiairciwlthmoneytospencionco.il show its merit. Wo can do this byii.nds. Would Wngnor take an option on insistent constant conservation. In a way wo are on trial and will show the people of what metal are made, ', ncrcs, nt 5T an aero' lie om,.. t... IV. a huso pretlt Th cretaty U-ked c.n.ii. in finance the deal himself but If We have not promised tho work- ! it went through he asked onlv :." per cent Ingmen or the city at Inrge nn Immed- , for his tip. A trip to Baltimore in iowe .... ihn "m on.ures imami late panarea for ills. We have prom ised the best government that we can give and we nre going to live up to that promise." Victor U Berger, whose reputation as a socialist lender extends throughout the country, said: "This victory marks a new epoch In American history and any man or woman who has helped to bring It about will naturally feel proud. "Thl Is nobody's personal victory. It Is not Zelldel's, It Is not Berper's victory. It Is a victory for a principle, a victory for progress a little step toward a high er phase of civilization. It Is the result of many yenrs of hard woik for the edu cation and enlightenment of the working classes of Milwaukee. Pittsburg, April 8. lir GO miles around the city and county dotoctlvein are search ing to-night for the band of four robbers who held up the Victor Banking com pany's offices in McKees nocks last night, nnd escaped after the murder ot Banker Samuel Friedman and his assist ! nai to-night in the Interest of so- ant, I. Schwartz. A dozen ur more sus pects were arrested at various points. But It In believed that the right men ore till at largac TROY CONFEEEN0E OPENS. Church Censured for Falling to Sup port Prohibition Measures. Saratoga, N. Y,, April . "Smite on election day with the lightning o' Ood's wrath," was the advice given the Methodist clergy to-night In an address by CJeorge F. Stockwell of Port Plain bofore the 87th Troy con ference of b.e Methodist Episcopal Church, now In .ses'slon hero, Mr, Stockwell, two years ago prohibition candidate for governor, severely cen sured the Methodist Church for falling to support prohibition measures with greater activity. The conference missionary sermon this afternoon was preached by John DuffleM of Troy, A mass meeting ...,... ..r,tTj.l the "millionaire lug "H. H. Roi;or. Jr." "Col Moffett" of Colorndo, one Palmer and one Mar shall. pmtn nnltlniore the entire party Jour neyed to Jacksonville by private car. all on tho "mlllionaltes there was heavy clal service was addressed by Dr. Wllllam M. Baloh, secretary cjf the Methodist federation for social sor- friends" In which the Uettm was urn asked to Join, Instead his confidence wa gained by his bring made stakeholder until at one lime he held JlOCOfA His draft for 110,000 was obligingly cashed, and he generously loaned tho monoy to one of th crowd to fill out a 3n.C00 bet. Wagner said to-night that Brown, ar rested this afternoon, took the part of Moffett. When searched by the police ':,o:i In bills was found strapped around Brown's waist. He was released In H.fiOO ball late to night and loft headquarters protesting his Innocence, "That guy thought ho was in for somothing soft," said Brown. lie thought he was In for some of that (104, tK and when ho didn't get It he wan sore." FOSS TO TAKE STUMP. Xewly llleeled CouirresMmnn Will Speak luciilnst Alclreclge, Rochester, April 6. Congressman-elect Kugcno N, Foss of Massachusetts, who overturned a republican plurality of 14, WM and was elected by .000 on a. demo cratic ticket, Is to be Impressed Into the campaign to defeat George W. Aldrldge. At the request of James 8. Havens, the democratic, candidate, Foss has consented to make a specvh here on April 15. Charles H. Hamlin, asslstnnt secretary of the treasury under Cleveland, will romt with Mr. Fobs. New- York, April 6. Lieutenant Wllhelm Zollner of the German army, who arrived yesterday on the Kalserin Auguste Victoria, doesn't think oa much of American men as he did a few days ugo. His faith In their hon esty received n Jolt to tho extent of $750 on the voyage ovor from Ham burg. Tho lioutennnt Is young and hand some and In his own town (Munich) lias gali 'i' quite a reputation as a gentleman Jockey, Ho has a string of thoi oughbredH which he rides him self. He also plays polo, is a apleri dld fencer snd has many other accom plishments. Tho one thin he lacked, ho thought, was a tlrst-hand knowl edge of America and tho ways of Amoricnns. So ho secured a leave of nbsonre from the German army, cabled his friend. Wade Chance, the million- and at the track , nlrp ,nV:er nnd broker of No. 25 betting "between ftro,id street, and took passage aboard the August" Victoria. Three, of his fellow psssonjrers, 'who claimed to be New Yorkers, Invited him to a game ot bridge. He entored the stateroom of on of the men, and when he emerged two hours later, was minus f-750. The lleutennnt pocketed his los without a murmur, promising to try his luck agnln. Next day he happened to mention casually to one of the pas sengers that ho hnd lost the money. "Why," exclnlmed the passenger "one of thu men you were playltu with Is the slickest card sharp living You've been fleeced." The lieutenant was loth to bellevi this nt flvst, but ho finally decided tc see Captain II. Ruser about the mat ter. The captain summoned tho threo Industrious card players to lilu cabin. They declared tho game had been a square one. As there was no proof, the captain wns forced to let the trio go with a warning. The lieutenant, when the boat dock ed, took his troubles to Captain Pehueck, of the Hamburg-American Una, who also advised him to lot the matter drop. Tho lieutenant did so, but when r registered at the Hotel Aster he was very careful to place nil his valuables In tho hotel safe. - Some lodgers nre of nomadic tendencies so publish your furnished room ad. thi riciv tile loom lu t'neatit.