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THE TSUKMNUTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : TITOHSDAY, JTfNT? 16, 1D10.
(i FIRST FBT MAIL 8? A-SKY ROU Hamilton Flics Successfully frm New York to Philadelphia and Return. OVERCAME UNLUCKY SETBACKS Broke Propeller and Had Trouble with Engine but Finished in Half the Time Allowed by His Contract. ttio quarries hnvo nlwnys boon worked under ii so-called "average" bill, whllo tlir cutters mid workers In tilhor branches (if tlio grnnlto Industry hnvo been under n minimum wurc bill. F.vnr since the ftrll wni settled In February negotiations have boon In progress tn brim; tlio quurrytneu iimU: u lllcu ngrooment with the other ulllod trades In thn grnnlto business and to hnvo them adopt a bill of priced that Khali explro at the name tlmo as does that of the cutters nnd blniksmlths, The ni;reoine.nl that went Into effect to-day accomplishes thlH, and no 0110 In tills valley need anticipate any more labor troubles among granite men before March 1, 1915. POSSE ABANDONS SEARCH. New York, June 13. Chnrlen K. Hnm lit i n aro-ie from Oovornor'B Island In an ipri: Line thin morning anil sped without a breik js tnlles to Philadelphia In ft rc i. .lb' erufU country flight in der thn i pic 'a of the New York Tinier and tlio I I lladelphla Public Lodger, lie made tho trl; In one hour and Gl minutes, le'ivlm; Governor1 island at 7:S. and landlni: at 1'lilla.lul- .hi at 8.'.. A le'itli'i; at avtntlon ll"irt, he delivered Ifticr ft on Governor Hughes tnd Mayor Ciij' i.ir to Ooin nor Rtnntt nnd Mayor 1 c '. urn. accepted melanges of enngratu 1.Oiti fr in . lum to boar In return and staii i' for New York again with only VM i i term)' ilw for food, fuel and oil. I'e 1' d ftiovf i.'jj r..Nlnately 70 m!lo.i of hi rei'.rn loi.i-iv w!"Mi a sluggls-h motor 5fiK him to d. n id In a swamp near a-,U' v.'.o,. J, at 12.53 p. in. Tho prone '!cr ivu- l nkon there In landing but after n rtr.' Ii d been made, Hamilton resumed his lite..!, nt fi:2u nnd landed at iove'Tur's blind at 0:31. Tim tin r -tiii i trip was tnrulo In ono hour ml X iidnutes, at .in estimated uvcrace 'pei if W-!j tnlles an hour, whlcl bn al. the record made In the Ciiitbs flight from Albany to Now York. That Hamilton did not mnko tho return trip us easily as tho outpoint trip, was d it only to an omi--. un of haste. In His hurry to pet aw.iv, h,. neglected to clean his spark plun. th'V fouled, tho (tig ne balked, and he 1. h' to mint down on tuc oanUs of the ltnrlt i. mer. two r dies nlinvf South Ainlsty. V10W CKORS-COITNTPY HKCi iIlllS. Curtlss still liolds tho official record tor peed but Hamilton to-dav took all A'nrrlr. n iecords for cross-country Mb i . c . I'd duration, and, mitig his own figures for the return Journey, liN n'-cr- lgr spi"d per mile established a m w 21, -tin. The accident to the propeller In tin Jersey swamp was the second mls- iap of the kind during the day, but a lcplionc call to Oovernor'e. Island it-ought a now ono by automobile with a new set of spark plus's nnd tho avia tor was able to finish within tho 12 hours Jthough 24 liouis were allowed In the triiis of his contract. i 'ai r; ll'g as be MU1 letters between the wo eltlo.-, Hamilton cientod the first ,'ast mall by the overland routo to Phila delphia and return and demonstrated that ar .leroplanu can deliver mall from ono ;ltv M another with the punctuality ef B'l inineiit service. During the whole of hb first lap ho nevi r varied more than wo minutes from his time card and ;nr ii' down on the handkerchief laid mark I, Is landing spot, with the precision of a homing pigeon settling on Its perch It is nn Intcre-stlng coinclilence that Hamilton won his honors to-day with th snme Wplnno that won tho International spi' 1 trophy for Glenn H. Curt Lis at Khelin.- last year. And that he was driven by the same propeller with which Cnrtlss recentlv made his hlstoilc flight from Al bany to New Yoik. OVKIICAMTJ ALL OBSTACLKS. Curtlss flow a more picturesque country but Hnrnllton overcame to day obstacles of geography and set backs of luck that no other aviator liaa over conquered. Curtlss carried pontoons. Hamilton flew 32 miles over the salt water with no protec tion but three Inner tubes of hleyclo tires wrapped around his waist. He took chances on roof-tops, hridges and moving trains that havn never been evon thought of before, let alono at tomptei. With a missing englno and twice enmpolled to substitute propel lers lie Htlll kept going and to-night his resolution brought Ita own reward. The wrather was Ideal for Might, the air being laden with Just enoui.'h mols t ire tn Klva tho propjllor n Kood thtust. Tho IllKht was followed to I'hlladelphla and almoat back to Now ork by a rpoclal train chartered by the New York Times and tho Philadel phia Publio-IedKor, carrying Hamil ton's mother, hlb wife, his clilef me chanic, Albert C, Loty, and Mrs. Doty. ln!olhlc to Vmp Yntinn; lllood IIoiiihIn on Wet Trull. Monroe Hrldfre, MnJ-s., June 13.r!ollev Inc that so lorn; ns Rllns l'helis, slayer of Heputy Hheilff ICdwards, retnulna in the woods of Moiitoe hiountairi his ciipltlic Is Impossible, the posse pui'iulnir the desper nto man illsba ruled to-day. Franklin county nuthoiltles also virtu ally abandoned the search, and nt noon to-day three or four representatives of the Htato police department were the only ofilclals In pursuit of tho fugitive. No blood hounds were used on the trail, the owner of the dos statin Hint they wcte too yomu: to pick up a ecpt In the woods lifter such a heavy rain. GOT $25,0C0 rOK 20 ACRF.S, Clarendon J'nrnior Itcfetws llliy l'rlce freni Inrlile f nnipuny. I'.ntland. .Turn- 11 .1. D. 1'rntt of Clar endon to-day sold to the Clarendon Valley Marble company, owned largely by New Yoik men. lh aires of land from his farm In Clarendon for iJfi.fW. The bli? price Is said to be due to the fact that the con cern iccently illacovered n vein of puro white marble on the property. S'otne months ,tiro the concern based 2) acres adjoining the piece just bought and they have boon Installing maclilncry and weikint; a few men for some time. To day's sale Is taken to mean that they In tend to loiate n permanent Industry In Clarendon. They will In a few weeks, thev pay, lncre,ae the i-lze of their work ine force to :!0 and iuadruile size of the boiler at their mllle. Heveral marble men have done prospect ini; diiilnn the last half century In tho vlclnllj of th Pratt farm without success. EUEVE PHELPS IS II VERMONT Officers Think He Is Following Green Mountain Range toward Canadian Border. who hnvo had occasion to Ko Into tho camps on search of men say lluit It la ! uiffleult to Ret a peiaon as his com panions are Iticlliif-d to shield even the most desperate criminals when officers of the law aru attempting to apprehend them. M. O. Hicks, tho lteadsboro constablo, who sent word to Hherlff llasklns of I'hclp.i's assault upon Wllll'iin Penman Hutiday inoriiliiir. Is not a rlran?er to Phelps. Ho says that tho fuulttvo will shoot upon sh;lit and that unless he is captured within a few days he will prob ably sccludo himself nmoiiK the moun tains and make bis way by easy staues north. He can easily follow the Green Mountain ratiKe almost all of tho way to the Canadian bonier. WILL SHOOT UPON SIGHT May Have Been Man Who Slept in Readsboro Schoolhouse Sun day Night Took North erly Route. llrnttlcboro, June 11 AVord rycetved from Iteadsboro. six miles north of tho sceno of the killing of Deputy Sheriff Kmmetl I'. llasklns of Charlemont. Mass., by Kilns N. Phflps of Monroe. Mass., at the home of Phelps at Monroe brldi:i early vesterdny mornlmr strength ens tho belief of llm Vermont officers eoreet ne.'i In the pursuit of the fUKltlie t'lit the man has eiosed the State line 'nto Ve'tnont nnd Is Intendlm; to follow C o miuiililn ranges north to Canada. This inoinlin; when the school house 'n the sou'.hwert part of Iteadsboro was opened bv the teacher nnd pupils It was dleoveied that Pollle one had slept there le-t rlKht A fire hud been built In the stove and as It was still warm the oc "Upa'it if the bulldlntr hnd doubtb ss left about dn llt'ht It was evident that the person had built a fire to dry himself nnd this would be natural for If tho one Who entered the llemlsboro school housu was Phelps he must have bi'n snaked to his skin after bolriR In the woods In Sun- , lletit ions day's steady downpour of rain for over I cotton. SENATE PUTS $6,000,000 ON SUNDRY dVlL BILL WnshlnKton, Juno 13. The Semite to day listened to a notable address by Sena. tor Uolllver of Iowa In the form of a vig orous defenso of tho "Insnt ifent" repub Means and n reply to tho crltlcsms of thorp by the President of the United States, Mr. Dolllver said he had been a friend and supporter of the President nnd ex pressed chaifxlri over the fact that he was compelled to def, nd hlrmolf against that hlfh oflclal. He defended tho pro posed appropriation of .i'vtto for a presi dential Investigation of tho operation of the prerent tarlf flaw. Senator day's motion to strike out thin provision of tho sundry bill was lost 13 to H. The sundry civil bill, carrying approprl atlons fiKKrcKntliiK Jtt,vvi.o, an Increase of C,ijVwii over the amount rarrled In me Ml! was paused liy the House, Was passed bv the Senate. Hills nmendliiR the bankruptcy law and requiring land irrnnt railroads to mrvoy their lands so as to render them amenable to taxation were passed. The entlro session of the House was deviled to political speeches delivered eurliiK the period permitted for Keii eral debate upon tho deficiency bill. Itept esenlatlve Nye of Minnesota spoko of optimism and patriotism as power ful factors In the nation nt larse; re ferring to tho functions of party or ganizations In the Koverninent of tho country. Representative 1-oovor of South Car olina advocated legislation to prevent denllni?s In future sales of DEATH LIST NOW RUNS UPTO 34 So Far Only Nino Bodies .Have Been Recovered from Her ald Building. Inspector Reports Examinatou of City Eooks Fails to Re veal Permit to Erect . Tank. TTaldwtn, filed In tho probntn court, flxeH Ji0,li3O,Wl.C2 as tho total Viiltto of his es tate, real and personul Included in this aro l.fifil heparntfi par cel') of real estato scattered throughout California, nnd 3,60s parcels of personal property. The personal property Ii Hated nt J.1IV TTli.OI. Tho thoroughbred hot-sen of tho mil lionaire turfman's famous stables are listed nt X and ffl each. Tlio real es tate Is appraised at a total of JlO,G12,02i.a. The appralHiment us INted covers sev crul hundred typewritten pntres. Its flllnx Ii the first step In winding up the affairs of the estate prepimtory to distribution. THREW SNOWBALLS IN JUNE Vermont llotnnlsls llmr t'numinl Kx licrliMiee on Mnnnl Horrid. Itutland, Juno 13. A party of botan ists who arrived hero to-day from a trip of exploration to Mount Horrid In lto ebcter hnd the mills mil experlenco of Mioirbnlllng In Vermont In June. The al titude of the peak Is only 2.M0 feut but tho Immense cliffs on top aro cut by deep fissures Into which the sun's rays never penetrate and at thi bottom of two of theso three feet of snow wns found. WRIGHT LOSE II POINT Ii EICH1 United States Court of Appeal Vacates Temporary Injunc tion Granted Them. MONTPELIER TEAM WISS. The Croddar.l Si in'nnry base ball season has closed 'lit'i .in i yi ellent record, nil of the school jame having been won. Ooddard claims the Si.ite championship. Ninetv-elxht p.'lnt- wele scoi i d aualnst their opponent'-' Sl of the men on the team plan t" em. r rolop;c nevt fall. A defense of Attorney-Oonernl 'Wlok ersliam in his attitude toward tho Philippines friar lands wns made by Mr. Crump.ieker of Indiana. Hoth houses will bo In session to-morrow. ten hour". Tracks eiitciliiK and leaving tho school boi.se Indbated that the visitor came from the south nnd wns evlib ntly headed to tho north and west. The. school bouse Is about four miles north of Phelps's home In Monroe. Phelps Is well acquaint- I Tun petitions In bankruptcy were filed ed with nil of the surrounding torrl- I Monday. Ilalph 1,. Hritnln of Norlh tory. 'field, an eb .'ttinan, bus liabilities of 12,- II the man can get into the , logging , t.V,.22 and nsets of jr.tw.;;, nf which $4fS i .imps In the towns of Stl.itton or Somei- l Is exempt Aithur K. Itanney of West .-ut he mav be aide 'ucr.s for manv werlc to c le hl pur- iniont o'flcel"- ind: or bus liabilities of J.'0;.2D and as sets of J.5. exempt. Montreal, Que., Juno M. Tho addition of five names to the list of missing of those who were In the Heiald building yestotday morning when tho sprinkler tank collapsed, now makes It practically certain that the death list will rim up to So far only nine bodies have been re covered, the nature of the wreckage, heavy machinery emls'dded In a mass of bricks, stones, partlnllv burned wood, piping and steel girders, making pi ogress painfully slow for the heartbroken rela- Uvea who surround the building or wait 1 patiently in the morguu for the worst to bo realized. A hundred and fifty policemen and fire men who worked nteadlly all last night were to-day supplemented by a number ot laborers and eveiy effort l being mnde to end tho suspense. Of the nine bodlos recovered all have been Identified but one, the exception being that of n woman burned so badly that Identification Ii practically Impossible. The coroner's Inquest Is to open to morrow and an effort Is to be made to learn how It was that the collapse oc curred and If possible to fix tho respon sibility. Tho building Inspector reportod to-day that examination of his hook- failed to reveal the Is-manco of a permit to erect the tank. 'LUCKY" BALDWIN LEFT $10,030,801.62 ESTATE I,n-I AtlCele.-, ici.toiy or the Jl l.e II. The otfieUI istito of the elte " Ilennliigtnn MnrkHineti Second In State Shoot nt St AlbatiN. St. Athnrs. June 11. The second an nual meeting of tho Vermont Trap Shooters' I.engue opened here to-day and was very well attended, pome competi tors from abroad being present. The weather wns ideal for the sport nnd some exceptionally gotnl scores wete made, In cluding a phenomenal unllnlshed run of 1G0 without a nil-s by J. S. Fanning of New York, while II. II. Stevens ran 10S Mllhout a miss. The team shoot was won by Montpeller with JtenrdnKton r.ocorid, sooro llS out of a possible 3. At a mooting held this evening It wus voted to hold tho next meeting at .Mont miller. To-morrow will mi' the individual championship of the rilato and tho unfinished events shot off. INFRINGEMENT NOT PROVEL Suit Brought by Inventors o' Aeroplane against Curtiss and Paulhan for Patent Rights. New York, June 14 -Orv'Mo nnd bur Wright lo-t a point to da- ' Court flfillt to pl.iteet tin .iten1.'- r Ing their aeroplane frmn ' ged IrfH merits by fllrmi H c rt' - - nn'1 ' PauHian, the Frftich aitT'ir Hv mous decision. t'i I'nttel Statf tV'1 of appeal ne.. Junction" old.'' pany against 1 u i tli"- eo'op ' : Mhich Mill d.. any InfrliiM t. ' The dceislon iroNon mi:n at west point. Wesl Point, N. V., Juno It. Klghty-two cadets will n eelvo commissions as sec ond lieutenants to-morrow at tho grad uating exercises of tho T'nlted States Military Academy. Frederick S. Strong, Jr., of Troy, N. V., heads the class. Tho next nine graduates In order of merit aro: Creswel! C- n-llnton, Washington I). C. ; William c Sherman, Vahlosln, On: lan lel V. Pullen. New York city; Carey H. Ilrown. '.nnesvil'.e, Ohio; Oscar N Sohl bcig, New York city; lieverly C. Dunn, New York city; Donnld It. Conolly Cnr inel, Oil, llnjniond V. Fowler, Hewitt, Ne!i. James n. 1!. I.anipert, Oshkosh, W is DYNAMITE USED F.EI0 TO WRECK PHiSON! WILL LEAVE iEMIGHANTS TRIE Fierce Fight with Convicts Fol lowed Desperate Attempt to Escape at Dannemora. Plattsburgh, N V.. June 13-A desperatoi but unsuccessful attempt to blow up the Clinton State prison at iMimemora was made 1 convicts eirly to-dav. A fierce tight with one of the men Involved who h'i.l obtain, d a leiolver followed but the thi.'itMi I ontbieak of pilsonei was qi.l'ed i,v suards Iietalls of the affair d'd 'fit I.e. i(me known until to-night. '1 hi dwi'imlte was sinuggb d Into the ce.l . f Kdwnrd Hrogan and touclicd ofl, but the explosion did little damage, liuards who rushed to the spot found Hn.gaii arnied with a revolver, but man aged to overpower him and disarm him. A double guard was then thrown about the section tn which the explosion oe curinl and all the cells Were reached. Another revolver was found in the cell of Fred Sehultr., a life convict Hrogan and Schulz, It is supposed, hoped to escape In the wreck they ex pi cted tho dynamite to cause. A rlntd In vestigation is being made to dttj.nilno how the explosive nr.d arms were s-miiK-gled into the prison. POST Of WiNTER: Understood That Former Vice President Fairbanks Will Be Ambassador in England. ADJUDGED IN CONTEMPT. Holland Fight for Hall of dc'ihiotl GREATEST HEIGHT EVER REACHED BY AEROPLANE Indianapolis, Ind., Juno I,-!. Soaring to hel,ht of 4,'irrl 1-2 feet, Walter lirooklns ii a hlplano to-day broke tho world's r.eroplano record, for altitude, at the na tional aviation meet at the Indianapolis peed way. Jlrooklns's achievement followed oxhlbl. i'jn llights by several implls of Orvlllo ind Wilbur Wright. None of tho other nitrnnU waH prepared to fly, except ft. I., I-.hu. ibaugh of InillaimpollH, and his blplare was wrecked beforo ho had well started. liaiimhaugh lost control of tho forward plain u. and tho machlno fell to tho i "mud from n height of 10 feet. It was hi ashed, with tho aviator under It. Tho wreckage took fire, nnd llnumbaugh would hnvo been burned to c.ath had pot mechanics run to his nsshtance Ho was slightly cut and bruised. hrnoklns's high flight exceeded thn iccord of 4,1Vi feet made by Ioiils Paul han at Los Angelea lust fall. FIVE YEARS' PEACE ASSURED (Jains n Point la Pure U'nter. Itutland, June 11. -Judge A. St. Albans has haiidul down In the contempt pnuvi ding instituted by the State boa id of health against three. Meiidon proper! v owners on tho ground that they vlolatnl an In.lunctlnn res trnlnlni; them from pullutlnK tho city water. Two of the defendants are ad judged in contempt and a third Is dis charged, JudKe Hall decides that Mink 10. Tenney nnd fleorge W Sawyer were In contempt of (ouit, but because tlioy have apparent ly shown a desire to lle up to tho In junction since the proceedings wero com menced, he has made tho lines on'y J'.'i eaeh. The third defendant, M. F. Ilooney, Is discharged a It did not ap pear that ho was the owner or had con- tiol over tho piemlses named In petition as being oieupbd by him. Thero is yet to be a h' nrlng to see whethi r or not tlio tempui .trj Inlnnctloi. Hhnll bo made permanent The ti it . Imiio.od to-day aro the nr-i decisive "top tuken diii'lng lo yo.n-s le lit lietweer Un city of Hutland und f rim-is liavlmt bnrnyards near the water shed Washington, June in. The days of serv ice of Wbltelaw Held as American nmbns sador to the conit of St. James nie num bered. This information, learned last night, conies fiom a source In possession of both the American and Uritu-h sides of the case. The Informant declares C.i urge and Mr. Held, whll TO KISS D CROWD STBOCK ! HIS Hi! Bl BOLT OE FIRE SHOCKS CO OLD WAR HORSE NGRESS Former President tho Center of a Touching; Scene in the Steerage. Hire-was Knlscrin AUKUte Victoria, via levs, June 12 Theodore Roosevelt the chief flume In a noteworthy scene In the steerage this afternnn, when he at tended a Catholic nrvlce held for eml that King grunts. Mr. Itnosevelt welcomed his on cordial i hearers to America nnd gave them some terms, are not close to the degree of of 11- good advice on the necessity of avoiding olal Intimacy expected between the Kim I association with strangers upon Inuding. Over 100 Hundred Excursionists Killed and Injured in a Ter rific Thunder Storm. Herlln, Juno 12 Six persons woro killed, 17 severely and SO slightly In jured by lightning which strm-k nmong a party of excursionists this evonlng. Tlie excursionists had taken shelter in an Iron-fanced hulldlrg in the Jungf ernhelde from tho most vlo- and an ambassador. In suppott of this it file exhorbil them to lie mindful of tlm lent thunder storm which has been General Keifer Deserts Famous Dress Suit Speaker Cannon Deeply Moved. ibm im am sir or spp, vertb nl Or MMor mltteil l conflict sti noes. Is not so a probe ! the 1 bv 'I 111 J ;,rt d m!h I', r ''S tl.' v h . 1 1 ll.U if- t 1 e If' f 'V V' I 'i- id ' t-V.lr,wir.- r -r r '' ' A'rlB 1nl ' or t d tl e hi ' 1. fiidib r'trr '- . I I 'i.itl. qpl. ' 1 1 1 Ip 'be evl'"t'i''e 1 ' the co'irt a , ti.e lenr.v e-t.i.'i-' ed ,ary injuii t.on The or b i' a"ntnt th T --In; comparv v)n fiiTnte.l -i r Huffalo l.y .Ii.rt. e H tZ'-l i nj Injunction was S-'u .1-,- jg Hand. MOST I M POUT l XT 1 ' " -I'j: What is reg.it did is t' ant feature of tl-e . .tl. Hons Is the .f' . t .!. -i . IM'i'Hl th" 'a' ' .' . t, America r.- 't ' this i-nnntr; I' .' ' aiireeiTient 'i e v . notion nrd " Amorlea to 'ii! . ' i dltions Imposed ' Wliat ncti ' ,. cannot he f- n t ' 1 v apedt'.id tb..t tin e ' i if on!ii7.o lr frl ' r 1 meets onh w1 . 1 in effeet Glenn f I r ' C -s ,'1 eat illlUf.i. t." the i -training order against him and 's. ued n statement In which he cxpl unei In detill how the woi kings of his mac' i i differ from the Wrights. He ,i!s.. ' -i I that he had taken any suggestions 'r-m the rival aviators, citing the fact ' xl he had made lliehts in four b'pli! ' Hammondsport, N. Y., before an- j. . a Hlghts had been mado by tho Wrists WEIGHTS CALL IT A PITY. Irr I 1 ( t n- riny. . ' n .". 'aki . ni'recmeni 'Md refu-" tc th" Wrtriht iin.tions 'e- t I IT i-n ?ht expr1 s-od ;..o Tanttnr; o) experienced in lierlln for years Many duties of cllberushlp and to protect tho ilehlK ,,r women. At the end of his vrt- I marks the emigrants erowdc-d about lilm t,!loI,lu"10 "nfl elegrnph wire, woro trying to kiss his hands. loielled by the storm and many resl- Irfiter at a sei vice in the second cahin j deuces damaged. at which a Oerman priest officiated. Mr, Is pointed out that at all enuit function given bv tho late King Kdw.ird Held was seldom In the group that surrounded the then Prince of Wales. King (ieorge Is against miiki'ir, of tho l!iitlh court a climax to the social ambi tions of rich foreigners, and Is said to have ottcn remonstrated with us august father for the way pri sentatlotis were en gineered King (ieorge Is already elimi nating all lorelsners from his entourage. He Is to retain only thou who have mar ried Into the British nobility, and this nilo also will bo followed by the Queen. In the list of his court attend'ints John Ward, Mr. Hold's son-in-law, was tho only ofllclnl lvtalmd whose wife Is an Amoilcan, and he is an "extra equerry," As a i mult of the new King's wlshos the state department has found It nec i s.-ary to bring to the President s atten tion the imperative need of a change be fore tin eh se of the first period of mourn ing In November. It has been said that ! the reafon Prenldent Taft has so long delayed mnklng a change Is ids desire to wait until after the election, so as to see j who will be frozen out In the scuffle The understanding is thai t'hirles W Fall banks, former vb e-presld nt, will see i his way clear to accept the ambassador- ship, which Indirectly has been offered to him. Mr. Knox is In favor of Mr. Fairbanks, and m Is .Senator lioot of l'eer Park, Mil., Juan I That govern New York. ii.utit ownership of rullr .ads will he the outcome of i uigre'-siiiiinl legislation w.is CAUCUS LASTED i2 MINUTES' "Pl'ilon expressed y.st.rdny by Preal- I dent Danli'l WIIUiil of tlio Baltimore As J Ohio railroad at a i-onfeienco hero of tho company's cfllrlals. Mr. W'lllard said ho did not believe that such a result would ..eld , he to the best Interests of the country. Itoi.fevdt spoke in a similar vein to a gathering of (!eimans, who cheered his temarks. This morning Mr. ltoosevilt at tended a Piotestnnt service In tho saloon. .Monday he will address the crew nnd stokeis, nnd on Tuesday, with French, German and polish priests and Protestant i lcrgy he will ejvo reception to the llrst and second cabin paasengeis. NAVAI, F.SCOHT oiiinrrs i:i ). Washington, June 13 H ditectlon of President Taft, Secretary Meyer has given orders for the new battleship South Carolina to anchor In Ambrose channel at tlio entrance of Ni w York haibor when Colonel Koosevolt arrival tbeie next Saturday nnd greet him with the national saluto of 21 guns. Five tor pedo boat destroyers will also line up ni ill the South Caiollnu, and tho naval force will escort tho ox-presldent up the I nuy OB far as quarantine. F.K illTKFN" KIl.l.KD IN SINKS1A. Itroslau, Juno 12 Seven deaths oc cur! od from lightning hero to-day, which brings the total in the provluco of Silesia up to IS fatalities in three days. NORWICH COMMENCEMENT. Full of of nvellts for Close Year The Program. June 1 1. Following is tho COUNTRY WILL OWN ROADS, SAYS WILLARD ttonlpeller Hleeled lllll-'.len.l DeleKii S ii ii ill Unrry. tho ' Montpeller, June II. -The caucus to-nlgl.t In ti . i !ty to elect del ",-ates and I for on the basis of ratea and seivlce, gov Svw Scute of Wiibfm Arfpetlriir 1,0(10 Qiinrry 'orker .Voir In l''orce Allied Trades Included. Montpollor, Jiinn 13 Tho now Kcnle of wagea iiKroed upon by tho granite quarry owners of this, city ai d Ilarre, that is to bo In forco until March 1, 191fi, and which has boon signed by roprosentatlviis of both sides, wont In to effect to-day, About 1,000 quarry workers aro affoe.tcd. Tho now fcchertulo calls for a llvo- year agreement with a minimum wage of 27 ccntH un hour, with nn eight hour duy f.nl wevkly pay, Horotofur MALONE PRINTER MISSING. lie Mini Iteeelied I. filer S timing lllin of I'oiutiiK Dealli, Malone. N. Y., June 1 1.-The first of the month Alex I), lluintr, a will known Malone printer, living at liiuavla, N. V., i .lino here to attend the funeral of his mother and left for homo soon after the fiineinl. He has not been seen or heard of since He received n till entenliig letter some lime ngo telllm; him his llfo wns of "short duration." Ills wife Is frantic and tho case Is nhrouded In myFtery. LAKE CHAMPLAIN TO BE STOCKED WITH SALMON Albany, ,N Y., Juno 14 liakoham- plaln Ik to bo utocked with chlnool: salmon from the I'nlted Ktatns bureau of (lsherles at Washington, according to un announcement to. day by tho forest, llsh and game commission. Tho classllled nds furnish classified factt) -and a very small ad may contain a very big fact Hlg, that la, In Its bear ing on your affairs I alte. ii.ite- to the State and district repub lican conventions was In sei-sl m Just 1J t dilutes. F. A. Howlnnd was chosen chairman and K. M. Harvey secretary. The unpledged, anti-Mead deleguteH to the Stale convention June ,10 are: Joseph A. lieBoer, Fred P.. Thomas, James Can ning. O. II. Hlchuidson, Fled It. Kyle, Fred I.. I.nlrd, W. II. Crockett, Clarence 1). Wells, Chandler McAllister, Dr. I.oo A. Newcomb. The alternates oh cted nre: Oeorgo W. Wing, (iCoiho W. Htratton. C. H. Whlttler, W. IS, Harlow, c.irl 11. C.oodwln, Henry J. C.utchell, II. K. Hl.inchl, H. A. .Vutt, Arthur It. rails, Itnlph II. Denny. Tho delegates elected to tho second dis trict convention to be held at Montpeller Juno 20 are: Hon. K. M. Harvey, den. J. II. lyiicl.i, A. D. Farwoll, B. W. Ben jamin, H. H. Ballaid, 10. M. Meuaid, Har ris Yetl, Frank K. Bmlth, Buiijaniln dates, ChailiH A. ltoble. The altei nates are; F. A. Dwlnnll, Cwrgo Colby, II. O. Kent, H. C. Jtoboru, K. It. Clark, J, P. Adams, H. M. Hliopard, Arthur Ilmory, Ned Alexander, II. Athertou, ernment ownership, or eiei ex.tctlng reg ulation abroad had not been proved bene 'iclal. FrelHht nitos, he Mid. were far lower here than in any other country, and hnd been going downward In tho f.ieo of an Incieasn In operating e potmen, Mr. Wlllard announced that the policy of Ills administration was to h" a recog nition of the changed conditions tegaid Ing supervision of rnllioaiN and a strict adherence tn the stntutc so long as their validity was undlsuirbeo In Judicial dec liiratlon of iineon.siitnti.inallty. MI1DICAI MRN IN SKSHION. Moutpoller, Juno H. - Tim quarterly meotlng of tho WaHhlnnton County Medi cal society was held this evening in tho parlors of tho Pavilion Hotel, 'Supper was eiirved after tho arrival of nie ovcnlng train. Dr. C. J. Humrill of Handolph, Dr. ti. D. Hayes ot draultrvllln and Dr. Wil liam Lindsay of Montpeller read a per, nil of which were followed by a b'vm;! al discussion, CLOUDBURST IN BERLIN. SlreetM und Cellnm 1 miiih Struck b IVr- loiidcd '-0 I.IkIiIiiIiii;. Herlln, Juno 4 Tim worst cloud burst In many years ciused bundredii i lion of thoiifands of dollars damage In Her- i presentation of diplomas lln to-night. I'ellarn nvorywhero weto Piouty; niiisle; benedlutlan; 2:0) p. in , ic lloodeii nnu street curs, omnibuses and ' view or tlio corps of eadctii by dov Week School Northflild. program fot ?2nd comirieiiccmcnt week at Norwich University to be held Juno IS to 23: Sunday, June lf-.1:'Xi p. m., bac oalauieate sermon, tho lie v. Sherman doodwln, Dewey hnll. Monday, June 2(1-1:00 p. m., Austin trophy competition, Plate range. Tuesday, Juno 21-9: a. m., guard mounting; 10. oo a. m., mounted wrestling, b.ueback, preliminary contest to -elect class i ep resen tat ivos ; 5:Sd p. in., parade; !i:0 p. m., senior concert, the Delphlnns, Dewey hall; 10:30 p. m., fraternity ban quets. Wednesday, June 22 Alumni day. Com mittee nnd reception rooms at armory ball; 9:00 a. tn., guard mounting; WW a. m., meeting of the board of truHees, Dewey hall; 10:20 a. m.. mounted wrest 1 1 its', barebnek, l.ual contest between cl ish representatives; 2:00 p. m , alumni drill, N. I', parade; 3:C0 p. m., b.fi'ball, alumni vs. varsity, N. 1'. parade; l:.",0 p. m., bus iness meeting of alumni, nrnnry hall; Tiai to 10:30 p m., pretldont's reception, No. r. Main street ; 9.00 p. m.. social as semldv nf alumni, armory hall. Thursday. June 23 10:ii a. tn . com mencement exercises; 2:00 p. m., review by the dovernor of the State nnd Cienernl Illpley; 2:to p. m.. commencement dtllls; 9:0) p. m,, commencement hop, iirmon-hall. Friday, June 21 10:im a. m., entrance ex niilliiiitlous, ljdge ball. Thursday Juno i3, leceptlon of dover nor Prouty nnd Muff, at half-past nine o'elocl in tho morning: graduulton exer cises of the class of 191'), ten o'clock In tho morning, music, tho university clubi; prayer, by the university chaplain, tho Hov. Walter Dole; music; address, by den. Hdwaid H. Itlpley; niuile; piCHontn- of medals honorable mention; by dovernor Washington, Juno 12 The House of Hepresontntlves sustained the severest shock In Its hlrtory yesterday morn ing. Statesmen hnvo come and states men havo gone, eloquence has Uttered tho balls of legislation and the dull ness of Hie doldrums of midsummer hns In days gone by driven our law makers to drink and even to tho verge of Miloido; Put never before was tho Iboiso so shucked as when J. Warren Keifer. veteran of two wars, 37 bat tles and nine congressb.nal campaigns, ci.verlng a period of more than half a century of public life, marohod into the IIouso attired In a suit of dark oxfetd gray. It was a sack suit. The only re maining vestlgo of tho general's for mer attire was tho dress vest of blank bioadeloth. General Keifer has worn evening dress In the daytimo for many years. When ho entorod yesterday conster nation spread over tho Housu in a Jiffy. "What's tho matter with Keifer?" wns thn question on every lip. "I am going out to Ohio In a few days," aid he to a reporter. "The tailor per suaded me that this would prove more comfortabli traveling attlro than my swallow tail. I will not promise that the change shall be a permanent one." HP.KAK1NC. NKWrt TO CANNON. Word wns carried to D. White Busby, soci etal v to the speaker, with the request that If Mr. Cannon had not alre.idv no ticed tho change, tho news bo broken to him gently. Mr. Busby nsiured the reporters that the speaker had noted the ch.inuo with deepest emotion and that he trusted that Ofneial Kelfer's Insurgency would ex tend no fin thnr than his -wearing apparel. deneral Keifer In ordinary garb Is no morn prevalent In tho activities of the House than at any other times. He was quiet for neatly fortv minutes after tho Invocation, but beforo tho day was ended ho had pai tlclpated in no less than six acrimonious colloquies and nnd made three llve-mlnuto speeches, so Ills frlend- felt assured that the change had made no appreciable dlffeionco In the normal and natural activity of the old war horo of republicanism. dUlDKri BADlY DlrtTF 1SBF.D. Tho most peituibed group of men about the capltol weio the professional gulden. Heiitofore they havo bad four things to point out to visitors to the bouse gallery. Tho patter of the guides utosl to run as follow: "Tho nervous elderly gentleman sitting at tho marble desk with tho light mallet In bin blind ! Speaker Cannon. Th handsome men with the white lawn tie Too Familiar tilth Inientors' Tn to Hp MirprNril. Indianapolis! Ind., June ' 4 learning of the dlssn'.Mtlnn '" porary Ini'incM. v. ag.ilr"' T'.i' 1 the Herrlna-i'ui t! ' i" d Orvlllo Wi'Kl.t tg - t this statemont "It Is a jdt v. but w. 'me r.r much of the iio.Mi t dhei rs, to orpeet il- v t i ox.enslvo lltlgatli: lie dis ef the lnjunctli n w . g' 'h i- th" expenso of di.n.''i r "Ur but tn tho end. w w I iimle win The defendants d.r ed : Idlty of tho patont, i ' h appeals did not aieept tn'' tlun on this point. Th- rb waB as to whether the 1i f. fact. Infringed, on this pi was some conflict of testtin : the maiinei In -sbie'i t' e ,. , operate their iiiachlnes .ird. , application for piolimlnirj lr all doubts mu-it be resolved . of the defen Ic.nts, vo wele ; dlsadvantan'. :n..t:..u !i as 1 witness wni hud netiuilU , tho Infrtntrlng riachlne. "When thf 'i.se lui-iS I'g'Ji.il i wo will prov th it 'ii.-fi mac opernlod and n usi ' " "pcrate.1 de-scribed In o'.i' pnt'.-.t At ,i -fact, they are s,, , i.eratetl. and a question of i re-. -itlrg pr P"" "As to tho n'eili n' tho di-; from tlie legal tirt i. cilit'ia. u on all hands tl. .i wo 1 ve ' - method of contr i! w'.l 1 t.. ceisfi.l fllglit and that. a te. the other aviator an -t ubandoned their furirr methods and ndoptid vr syst,--' eiitliig tho right nnd left einK ma.-hine at different angles if i' "Tin v all pot It from us, and contention Is merely ns to .v h.i .' shall jay u nn.i thing fur It, shall have the snjne right to i e men that spent years In Irvc-t' developing It." other traffic stopped. Tlie subwav j was filled with water. Tho tables and; ehalrii of outdoor restaurants were swept away. For a tlmo tho water wns threo feet deep In most of tho principal thorough faros, Twenty pert-nun wero struck by lightning, but so far as reported nono nn finally Injured. Bell more goods n n week' than have ever sold In a month by ndvei tlBlng moro In fl week than you've ever udveitlhid l , a j0nthl drome H. Prouty and den. Kdwnrd H. Hlpley; battalion ill 111. Cadet Major F.verett Collins, cotnmnndlin,-; mounted drill, bareback, Cadet dipt. Harold A. Alnlev, cointuaudlng; Butts i tlio and cab sthenic drill by tho battalion; cavalry ,tilll. Cndet Major F.verett Collliis, com liiiilirllrg. hattle exoiclse, defence of pos. tlun b. i'o. A against an attack by tho olhei three companies; escort of tho c dor; commencement patndo and nn- ,,, '' promotions; tin il levlew, I i ,,eli i 'ass reciilvlng the review of the ' t " i uUituaudud by the newly uppylnttd or i'ik. like a Methodist preacher Is tlio dfrou-jed inember of tho d. A. II rnitlc leader, Champ Clark of Missouri The tiling imui with tlio head tli.it shines like a heliograph at noonday Is Nicholas Longworth nf Ohio, and tho son tbnt.in in the dress suit with tho white whiskers is den. J. Warren Keifer, who was speaker of tho 47th Congress from lssl to 1," Champ Clark 1ih discarded tho white lawn ties. Thnt almost broko up tho guide business, deneral Kelfer's defec tion has set thoui by the ears. They hold a muss meeting In tho rotunda Inst night and adopted a net of resolutions requeu ing the ex-spenker to return to his well known hnbllmonts. They told him that If tho spo.iker was deposed next session and Ijongworth adopted n wig they would have to go out of busbies. VT. SONS OF VETERANS 'Minimi lliiruinpment to He Held vtiiolpiller June Ht-IT. Montpeller, Juno 11. Tho 't'' encampment of tho Vermont ' Sons of Veterans, V. S. A , nl 1 1 1 in Montpeller June 16-17. !'" u.il meet In tho evening of i ox.imlno tho books of tho s Hirer tit tho Montpeller I iirned that all who nto In ' ' ' -present will bo on hand T'ni.vi lug, Juno lii, to ns to attend d tire which win he held In :n under the auspices of Urooks Post N There are to be a number of dlst'nu l! pt't prominent citizens who aie n-.i ores' t.i -1 the O A. It., which will made, thl t -cat-Ion a most pleasant one. A reception bv tho retiring officers o( tho Woman's Belief Corpa, ns-iUtcd b Department Commander FrunMLn and staff, will be held at the Pavilion p.u'k 'i on tho evening of Juno 15, from S to 14 p. m to which nre Invited nil inembcrt of tho d, A. H., dnughtcis and frlendi, Woman's Belief Corrs, lxidloa of t e J A. It., Pons of Vifterans, Bonn of .ttei nus Auxllary and frlonds. The division meetings All! bo held ,s the tl. A. ., hall und will bo called tl order promptly at 9 o'clock Thursday mornlni;, Juno 10, by Commander B. I Kolly. After the opening exorclsen tin ii'Kiilar order of business will be tukei up.