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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL
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NCMKOUv NEBRASKA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1911
ANOTHEH IMPORTANT CITY GOE5
OVER TO REVOLUTION.
A SPECTACULAR PIRATE RAIC
Bandits Make Sensational Attack 01
Food'Supply Boats , Massacring thi
Entire Crew on One Ship Amerl
can Cruiser Albany Reaches Amoy
Pckln , (4 ( p. m. ) Nov. 9. The e >
cltcmcnt is growing tonight. Res
dents of the city are taking In grea
quantities of rice and other stores
Fifteen hundred Infantry and cavalr
from the Manchu first division , whlc
fled from Chang after the assassin :
tlon of Gen. Wu Lu Cheng arrive
here today and entered the city. Th
legations consider that all hope fo
-the Manchu dynasty has vanished.
Amoy , China. Nov. 9. Th r c
Fu Chow IB today in the ban. . V th
revolutionists. After taking e ? 'o
wiped out the entire Munchu . " . '
The foreign settlements have i > .
disturbed , but fires have brolv fIn -
In several sections of the natlv
threatening its destruction. "
Fu Chow Is ono of the most li V , :
tant cities In the south , having a ?
ulatlon of 700,000. It is the scat t ;
naval arsenal , government shlpyai
n mint , n school of navigation and
largo dry dock.
The situation Is quiet today , but
serious state of affairs is thrcatenc
owing to the scarcity of provision !
Most of the city's supply junks wer
captured by pirates in a spectaculn
raid yesterday , the entire crew of on
ship being massacred.
The - American cruiser Albany a
rlvcd hero today , together with
Japanese destroyer. A revolt <
troops In the village of Anhal , fifl
miles north of this city , la causln
trouble there. The soldlera ha\
burned the magistrate's yamen an
the provincial cuntoms hou so.
CANTON JOINS REBELLION
' .Largest City In China Lowers Dragt
Flag , Salutes New Government.
Hong Kong , Nov. 9. Canton , tl
capital of Kwang Tpng province , ai
the largest city in CblnRv , formally d
Glared its Indopondenfco at noon todh
when the dragon flag was lowered ai
a saluteIn honor of the now gover
ment was fired.
TWO GENERALS MURDERED.
Condition Bordering on Anarchy E
Istfi at Chang Sha , In Hunan.
Chang SJia , Province of Huna
China , Nov. 1 Via Shanghai , Nov.
A condition bordering on anarcl
exists hero owing to the desperate
valry of the revolutionary loaders wl
'took possession of the city a few da
ago. The two most prominent ropv
lican chieftains , Generals Chlao a
'Tseng , were both murdered by s
dlers today. They had been very Je
oua of each other's positions , a :
their quarrels bad been taken up
In an effort to control the situatl
Tan Tuanan , the republican goverm
has been proclaimed dictator. But
Is R scholar and not a leader , and
reported as anxious to avoid the
sponslbillty. His family has 1 <
ChangSha , and some of the mcmbc
of the provincial cabinet , includi
the head of the customs and the f
elgn minister , have fled. Rioting a
indiscriminate fighting are feared , a
the people are streaming into t
Foreign women and children lin
been ordered to leave Shang Tan , a
an order has been sent to Chang '
Other cities in this province have a
joined the revolt , but In all of tin
the government has remained In c <
Expect Battle .at Tien Tsin.
London , Nov. 9. A dispatch fn
Tien Tsln says that the rovolutlonar
this morning posted manlfcs
throughout the city declaring their
tcntlon of securing Tien Tsln ted
They called on all sympathizers
wear the white arm band of the re
lutlonary movement. The viceroy
still obstinate. The French con
endeavored without success to r
uado him to leave his yamen , wh
lie has surrounded with his guards.
Is feared that desperate fighting \
occur at this point. The latest
vices from Pekln say that the sit
tlon is quiet there. Refugees are e
pouring In the gates. A cablegr
from Nlu Chwang , the chief port
Manchuria , predicts an uprising
Nanking , Nov. 9. The Manchus i
revolutionists rested on their ai
today. The loyal troops still li
Purple mountain , the city's strc
bold. The besiegers Are awaiting
munition from Shanghai. In yes
day's fighting the revolutionists '
1,000 killed and wounded. Tim N
chu were strongly entrenched -
nad six 3-lnch guns and ample
munitions. Toward night the ln
rs who had attacked prematur
ran short of powder and though
BuKory fighting continued througl
the night llttlo damage was done
either aide. The imperialists are
Ing rapidly reinforced. Today
totalled approximately 25,000 c
CONDITION OHHE WEATHEf
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours
Forecast for Nebraska.
Barometer 29.4 (
Chicago , Nov. 9. The bulletin Is
sued by tlio Chicago station of tin
United Stutes weather bureau give :
the forecast for Nebraska as follows
Unsettled weather with rain or snow
tonight ; snow Friday ; much colder to
night and In the south portion Friday
Opposing them arc about 0,000 Man
chus , strongly entrenched and wol
equipped. The outcome depends largely
ly on the loyalty of the Manchus
who are disheartened because of tin
attitude of the government at Pekln
Foreigners are safe. Women nn <
children have left the threatened dls
trlcts and the Americans have fount
protection In the consulate grounds
The marines and blue jackets ban
been landed from the United State :
cruiser , New Orleans.
Teln Tsln , Nov. ' . ) . All was qule
hero at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tin
city has not yet gone over to tin
CITY OF HANKOW DESTROYED.
Fifty Million Dollars' Damage Done
Hundreds of Dead Bodies.
Hankow , Nov. 5 , via \Vu IIu , Nov. S
The city of IIanko\v..J.jns been dc
stroyed by fire over two-thirds of It
ixtent. The lowest estimate of th
IBS is $50,000,000. Four hundrei
uiousand persons are destitute. Hun
dreds of half-burned bodies lie union
the ruins. Many of them arc bodle
of women and children. The custom
house , the postofflce and the Amei
lean missions have been spared. Th
city has been looted , the imperialist
taking a hand in the pillage. In
perlallst officers tried to check thi
work , and executed a number of th
soldiers. Refugees were deprived c
their loot on entering the British cot
cession , cartloads of valuables , silk
and Jewelry being seized. It is suf
Bested that the Red Cross receive th
He Had a Scheme.
Chicago , Nov. 9. Former Stal
Representative Walter Lanz of L
Grange , 111. , today testified befoi
the Lorlmer senatorial investlgatio
committee that a former Springfiel
correspondent of the Chicago Tri' '
une , John Corwin , now of Baltimor
came to him in 1909 and suggestc
the use of money to elect Robert V
Taterson of the Tribune as Unite
The Stanton County Result.
Stanton , Neb. , Nov. 9. Special i
The News : The following officla
were elected in Stanton countj
Clerk , Allen Sharp , dem. ; treasure
Irvln Nye , rep. ; clerk of court , \
P. McFarland , rep. ; judge , W. P. Goi
an ; dem. ; sheriff , James R. Stuckc
rep. ; superintendent , A. L. Burnhat
rep. ; surveyor , George Porter , dem
coroner , W. N. Orris , rep. ; comml
sioner , Thomas Kingston , dem ,
Want Reciprocity With Us.
Washington , Nov. 9. Norway ai
Sweden , through their diplomatic re
resentatlves here , have requested tl
United States to grant them und
the favored nations' clause of the
treaties the same privileges given
Canada by section 2 of the reclproci
agreement in which wood pulp ai
print paper are admitted free of du
into the United States.
Electric Hotel For Paris.
There will shortly be opened I
3 Paris n hotel without a single sorvai
above stairs. Everything from tl
. cooklnj ? to the delivery of shaving w
: tcr will be done by electricity. In tl
restaurant tin * music will bo plnyt
3 by an electric orchestrion , and at tt
table d'hote dinniT there will bo n
automatic dumb waiter on to whU
orders will liu sent to the basement.
3 MARY MANNERING TO QU
Actress Will Devote Her Time
Building Model Cottages.
New York , Nov. 9. Mary Manni
ing , who in private life is Mrs. Fr <
crick E. Wadswortli. the wife of
Detroit millionaire , has decided
quit the stage and go Into model hou
She has come to the conclusion tl
she cannot be an actress and live
ideal domestic life. She may at tlm
. however , consent to accept a short i
gagement in New York If some p
tlcular part "calls her. "
"After all , domesticity Is my hi
II role , " she said yesterday at the Pla
"I adore home I am devotedly fo
of my little daughter and also of I
Wadsworth's children , and it is
IIn ceedlngly hard for mo to bo n\v
from my husband as much of the tl :
as a professional life demands.
"I have solved the problem I mi
work for I never could bo Idle. . '
husband has acquiesced in my sche
of building model homes for work !
people upon a part of the land wh
was ono of his wedding gifts to i
This land is in Grosse Point , abi
. seven miles from Detroit.
r.at "I have bought land adjoining
atn property , until now I have a big
nid tate and have already erected nl
idn teen model cottages , with an acre
nd - ground around each , which I purp
dy , to rent to well-to-do working peoi
e- The cottnfcca have taken a lot
eut thought and planning , but it has bi
utm well worth while , for I bollevo my
tie start will bo on incentive fo :
great movement that will sweep
entire United Btatee. "
IOWA GIRL ADHERES TO STORY
OF POISONING FATHER.
WITNESS IS 16 YEARS OF AGE
Marlon Rhodenbaugh , Despite At
tempts of the Attorney for the De
fense to Confuse Her , Says She
Didn't Know Nature of Drug.
Northwood , la. , Nov. 9. The cross-
examination of Marlon Rhodenbaugh ,
the 10-year-old sister of Mrs. Etta
Larson , charged with the attempted
poisoning of her father , was resumed
In the second session of Mrs. Larson's
Attorney Stlger , for the defense ,
continued his efforts to confuse the
girl , but she adhered to her original
story that she did not know the na
ture of parts green and arsenic , which
she testified she had put into her
father's food upon the orders of the
TRY TO CARRY OF TWO-TON
SAFE IN GROCERY WAGON.
Sioux City , la. , Nov. 9. Robbers
attempted to carry off n two-ton safe
in the bank at South Sioux City , Neb. ,
In a stolen grocery wagon this morn
ing , but failed and contented them
selves by stealing a typewriter left
for trial. The safe contained about
COLD WAVEJN8LACK HILLS
Temperature Drops to Zero , Snow
Falls Headed This Way.
Deadwood , S. D. , Nov. 9. A cold
wave hit western South Dakota , the
temperature dropping to zero. Snow
The forecast for Nebraska Is "much
JiEB POLICEJOSES VOICE
James Ryan of Chicago , Accosted by
Bluecoat , Suffers "Aphasia. "
Chicago , Nov. 9. When James
Ryan was accosted suddenly last
night by a unifonded policeman he
was so frightened he lost his voice
Ryan was locked up and for hours
the police tried to get him to speak
but without avail. Later Ryan's voice
returned under treatment. Dr. W. M
Small said he suffered from aphasia
brought on by fright.
ARTHUR SEETO PRISON
Founder of "Absolute Life" Cult , Get ;
One to Five Years.
Chicago , Nov. 9. Evelyn Arthui
See , founder of the "absolute life'
cult , convicted of kidnaping to the
delinquency of Mildred Bridges , (
juvenile disciple of the cult , todaj
was sentenced to prison from one t <
five years and was arrested.
A SENSATION IN BASEBALL
Ban Johnson Has Ticket Scalpin ;
Evidence That Will Surprise.
Ciclnnati , , O. , Nov. 9. "We will g <
into this matter of ticket speculatioi
thoroughly and the material that
have gathered will be revealed at tin
proper time and It will astonish tin
baseball world , " said Ban B. Johr
son , president of the American league
when he arrived here today to parti
cipate in a meeting of the nationa
baseball commission. Besides Mi
Johnson Thomas Lynch , president o
the National league , and many lead
ing baseball men were here to attem
the meeting today.
Aside from ticket speculation , th
commission will hear the appeals o
the Eastern and American associi
tions to be granted a higher classlf
cation in the national agreement
None of the members of the commit
slon would say what action that bed
would take on the petitions. Many c
the baseball men now here are stoi
ping over on their way to attend th
baseball meeting at San Antonio , Tex
on Nov. 19. '
LORD DOUGLAS NOT A SUICID
But He Doesn't Like Notoriety an
Won't Deny That He's Dead.
Seattle , Wash. , Nov. 9. Lord She
to Douglas is in Seattle perfect !
well. He read last night's papers thr
the body of a New York suicide ha
been identified as his and decided m
to contradict the report. Lord Sha
to has been conducting a small clgt
business in Seattle under his ow
name , but seeking to avoid notorlet ;
Plerco County Results.
Pierce , Neb. , Nov. 9. Special 1
The News : Following county of I
clala were elected In Pierce count ]
Superintendent , Lettlo Scott ; trea
uror , Thelsen ; clerk , J. B. McDonalt
clerk of district court , Arthur Oclk <
commissioner , A. H. Holmes. A
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NEW YORK GARBAGE
STRIKE IN STREET CLEANING
DEPARTMENT RESULTS IN
New York , Nov. 9. The drivers'
strike in the street cleaning depart
ment began to make Itself felt today
when ashes and garbage accumulated
in several hundred thousand house
holds. Although the drivers quit work
only last night , facilities for taking
care of refuse In the average private
house and apartment are so limited
that if the strike continues for twenty-
four hours it will cause inconvenience
and longer than that may develop
Into a serious menaceto , health. Only
a few"of the 2,500 carts operated by
the department went out this morn
ing. The drivers struck because thej
did not like the new method of re
moving refuse at night. The mer
were called out after Mayor Gaynoi
had told the street cleaning cominis
sioner to notify them that the oltj
was not In the position of a private
employer and that they could strike
as soon as they saw fit. The strlk (
is organized by the Internationa
Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Mabray Out On Bail.
Des Moines , Nov. 9. J. C. Mabray
head of the fake horse race swindling
ang , was released from the Poll
county jail on $2,000 bond this after
Legislature in Deadlock.
Springfield , 111. , Nov. 9. Notice o
the inability of the two houses t (
agree on an adjournment date wa :
conveyed to Gov. Dineen In a resolu
tlon Introduced by 22 to 4 today.
TT. Tu k Sherman. Aner : > niv vior
consul Kcnrnil at Antwerp. I * IIOKU
after twenty-tin1 years' absence fr.in1
his native country. Mr. Sherman sail
that Antwerp was coming to the from
as ths ? greatest diamond market In th
world. It would soou surpass Amster
dam , he thought.
For Interstate Highway.
Columbia , Mo. , Nov. 9. At the in
stance of Walter Williams , dean o
the school of journalism in Missour
university , the Columbia Commercia
club today formally started a movt
ment for a transcontinental hlghwa ;
connecting all the state capitals dl
rectly north and south of Missouri
The club appointed a committee con
sisting of Williams , William Hertl :
editor of the Columbia Statesman , aiv
two prominent business men of "thi
city to communicate with the cit
and state officials in the capitals ] r <
garding the project. The road prc
posed would link Baton Rouge , La.
Little Rock , Ark. ; Jefferson Cltj
Mo. ; Des Moines , la. , and St. Pau
passing through Columbia.
SAC CITY JURY DISAGREES
Clifford Wilson Accused of Murderln
James White and Skin.
Sac City , la. , Nov. 9. Alter bein
out nearly twenty-three hours , th
Jury in the Wilson murder trial her
failed to agree and wan dismissed i
6 o'clock last night by Judge Hutcl
Clifford Wilson was accused of kll
Ing James White and his son Mathov
The former was a pioneer rcsldet
Two Chinese Women Vote.
San Francisco , Nov. 9. Two Ame
lean-born Chinese women wore regj
tered'as voters at Oakland yeaterdn
Ono wore Chinese garb and the othi
American raiment. Doth wore occoi
panled to the register's office by the
husband. $ tao declared berwlf a i
VWIU THOV )
i fUNB FOR
! EN E RAMP
mblican and the other had not decid
ed her party affiliations.
Boyd County Results.
Bristow , Neb. , Nov. 9. Special to
The News : Following are the county
results In Boyd : Superintendent ,
Mabel K. Hadsell , dem. ; judge , Judge
Leslei , dem. ; sheriff , Bradstreet ,
dem. ; clerk of court , Fuller , no opposi
tion ; treasurer , Yocum , no opposi
tion ; clerk , Richardson , rep. ; coroner ,
Beatty. The county is normally repub
Potato Freight Rate Cut.
Bralnerd , Minn. , Nov. 9. The
Northern Pacific Railway company
has announced a reduction In rates
on potatoes from here and other
points In the Crow Wing country to
the Missouri river , to take effect Dec.
1. The rate , Kansas City territory ,
is reduced to 25.M * cents nor 100
'pounds , and to Omaha territory to 24
cents per 100 , a reduction of about 3
cents per 100 in both cases.
AN ALLEGED BAD MAN.
J. G. Gregory , Said to be Ex-Convict
in Tolls in Iowa.
Fremont , Neb. , Nov. 9. J. G. Greg
ory , alleged ex-convict , charged wltk
having stolen a team of horses from c
Colome , S. D. , man named Brlnkman
was arrested at Council Bluffs , accord
Ing to word that caino last evening tc
Sheriff Bauman , who tipped the lowt
officers to the fact that Gregory was
in Council Bluffs.
It Is said that Gregory took th (
team from a fanner's barn near Co
lomo , Oct. 3 , and drove down througl
Kansas by a roundabout way to Coun
ell Bluffs. The authorities say h <
sold one of the horses on the waj
and had the other hidden at Omaha.
Gregory , Sheriff Bauman says , ii
the man who shot and serious ! ;
wounded Deputy Sheriff Moss a
Council Bluffs twenty years ago am
then made the wounded man's soi
take him in a buggy the first lap' o
his flight. The gun man served !
twenty-year sentence from which hi
was released last August.
BIG SWINDLE ISALLEGED
New York Lawyer Arrested on Chargi
of Misusing Malls.
New York , Nov. 9. J. F. Atkins , ;
awyer connected with the Columbiai
Sterling Publishing company , publisli
crs of the Hampton-Columbia maga
zine , was arrested charged with usin ;
the mails to defraud in selling stocl
of the publishing company. Ho wa :
neld in $15,000 bail for examinatioi
Mov. 14. Assistant District Attorne ;
Brown said the alleged swindle wouli
aggregate about $2,000,000.
Try to Dynamite a Pullman.
El Paso , Tex. , Nov. 9. An attomp
was made to blow up a Pullman ca
attached to a westbound Southern Pf
ciflc passenger train at the union d (
pot in this city about 10 o'clock laa
night. A bomb about one foot lent
wrapped with straw , was explode
under the middle of the car whlc
was filled with passengers enrouto t
California. No one was injured anne
no serious damage was done , the ca
proceeding on Its journey a few mlr
utes later. There Is no clew to th
perpetrators. Southern Pacific detei
tlves are making a rigid investlgatloi
Football Players Still III.
Sioux City , Nov. 9. The four men
bers of the Mornlngslde football teai
who are 111 with typhoid fever In
local hospital are making slow pr
gress toward recovery. It is posslbl
that Elffert and Vernon may be r
leased by the end of the week. Knout
is making steady gains , but Is wea
Wlckens Is In the most serious co :
dttlon. No new cases have coma I
light at the college. The manner I
which the players contracted the dl
ease has not been discovered. Hbr
Ingsldo plays St Joseph's college i
NO CHIPS IN GAME
HE WILL NOT TAKE ANY STEPS
Washington , Nov. 9. Report of ai
appeal made by Turkey to the Amei
lean * government for Intervention a
Tripoli resulted In the Issuing of i
statement by Youssouf Zia Pasha , thi
Turkish ambassador , declaring tha
Turkey had no wish that the Unltei
States should act as a mediator to em
the Turco-Italian war.
"Tho call which the embassy mad
on the Washington government No\
4 had for its object to request th
state department to intervene to "brln
about cessation of the atrocities con
mltted by the enemy against womei
children and the defenseless populi
tion of Tripoli , " said the anibassadoi
"This appeal did not Imply in an
form whatever a request for medls
tlon , as has been reported in soni
Further official denials from th
Italian government of the rumore
atrocities by Italian troops at Trlpo
were given out during the day throug
the Italian embassy. Three cabli
grams from the minister of foreign a
fairs , San Glullano , were made publl
by Marquis Cusani Confalonerl , tb
ambassador. The first of these said
"I beg your excellency to deny i
the most absolute and emphatic fori
the alleged Italian cruelties. Tl :
Arabs are the ones who are guilty <
atrocities against our soldiers. "
Another of the dispatches denlf
the statements heretofore made thi
Gen.'Caneva had authorized the trooi
to shoot all Arabs suspected of ha
ing borne arms against the Italian
It was stated that many of the Aral
actually found with arms in their po
session were deported instead of b
Apparently the state departmei
has decided to take no action upon tl
protest of the Turkish governmen
contenting itself with a bare acknov
edgment of the receipt of the prote
and more closely watching ilevelo
ments. The department officials a :
firm in their conviction that the issi
between Turkey and Italy is one th
concerns European powers alone.
SHOOTS OJF HIS TOE
Farmer Near Albion Comes Close
Losing Foot Trigger Catches.
| Albion , Neb. , Nov. 9. Special
The News : William Keishan , livii
near Albion , had an accident , 1
shooting Sunday , which nearly co
him his right foot. He was out hui
Ing and talking with a neighbor , lea
ing on his gun , the barrel of will
was wresting on his right foot. T :
trigger caught in his clothing son
how , the gun was discharged and t
load penetrated the larger toe. Me
day evening he went to Columbus
have the large toe amputated.
Cut Off Water Supply.
Tucson , Ariz. , Nov. 9. Striki :
railroad shopmen at Gila , Ariz. , n
facing a Southern Pacific order th
all water bo cut off from their horn
and that they bo forbidden to t
drinking water from water cars , i
cording to telegrams from W.
Stewart , union labor official there I
the Tucson branch of the fedoratl
of shopmen. According to the te
gram the order already has gone ir
effect , causing a serious problem I
the strikers to solve , as Glla Is si
atod on the desert and the only t
wells there are owned by the rallrc
and produce water unfit for domes
use. It is said the railroad for twei
years baa followed the custom of c
rylng drinking water to Glla und
lowing tha residents there tbe fi
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OMAHA WORLD-HERALD SAYS HE
HAS BEATEN HAMER.
RAILWAY COMMISSION CLOSE
On the Face of Returns Received ,
Harman , Democrat , Has a Lead , But
Several Republican Counties Re
main to be Heard From.
Omaha , Nov. 9. The World-lior-
aid , democrat , this morning claims the
election of .lames R. Dean , democrat ,
to the state mipromo bench over
Francis G. Iltunor , republican. Humor
has run behind the rest of the republi
can state ticket and Dean loads the
democratic ticket , and the World-
Herald , with returns from 7511 pro
ducts outside Douglas county , compar
ing the vote of two years ago , esti
mates that ho has won by moro thaa
The republican leaders maintain
that their entire state ticket Is elect
ed. All the present Judges of the
supreme court are republicans. The
race for railway commissioner Is In
doubt. Twenty-nine counties give liar-
iiuui , democrat , a lend of about 1100
but several republican counties are to
be heard from. Neither side claims
more than a slender plurality.
TWENTY SPECIAL TRAINS CARRY
NOTABLE CITIZENS TO HOD-
Hodgenville , Ky. , Nov. 9. Hundreds
are already here and more are com
ing this morning for the dedication of
the memorial hall to Abraham Lin
coln. The great granite building com
pleted ; provided out of contributions
of loyal Americans and endowed by
them , occupies the site of the cabin
in which Lincoln was born near the
center of the Lincoln farm , the shrine
today of the whole country.
Cut Into one wall of the memorial
hall are these words :
"Hero , over ttie log cabin where-
Abraham Lincoln was torn , destined
o preserve the union a nd free the
laves , a grateful peo'ple have dcdlcat-
d this memorial to unity , peace and
rotherhood among these states. "
Within is the rude cabin of logs ,
he same that the newly wedded Lln-
oln and Nancy Hanks built when
hey took possession of the farm that
oday becomes a national park. Rob-
rt J. Collier , chairman of the execu-
ive committee of the Lincoln Farm
ssociatlon , has written Gov. Wilson ,
ornmlly notifying him that the mom-
irial , costing ? 112,000 , has been erect-
id and paid for and that a fund of
ome $50,000 has been completed and
nvested in safe securities , the Income
o provide necessary maintenance.
.iov. Wilson , who made public lost
light his reply , has accepted the trust
n the name of the commonwealth ,
> roviding only that formal transfer
await the action of his successor , Gov.
McCreary , and the next legislature.
Today President Taft received the
memorial in the name of the nation.
Veterans of both union and confeder
ate armies , notables of state and na-
ion , representatives of the army and
other government departments , are
lere in numbers or coming and twen-
y special train are carrying people
who have assembled In Louisville.
E IS SUED
inference of Church Dignitaries
Falls to Irbn Out Trouble.
Topeka , Kan. , Nov. 9 , The contro-
ersy between Bishop David H. Moore
of Cincinnati , bishop of the Methodist
Episcopal church , and Mrs. Carrie E.
2ope , of Topeka , growing out of the
formation by Mrs. Cope of an auxil
iary of the national branch of the
Women's Home Missionary society of
the Methodist Episcopal churcli ,
reached a crisis yesterday afternoon
when suit for $50,000 damages against
the bishop was filed by Mrs. Cope.
The suit follows recent charges
made against Bishop Moore to the
conference of the bishops by Mrs.
Cope , alleging that Bishop Moore had
libelled her In a letter ho had writ
ten on the subject of a bequest of
$10,000 left to the Women's Home
Mission society by Mrs. Fannie Mur
ray , of Atchlson county , Kan.
This suit was filed after a confer
ence of the four Methodist Episcopal
bishops Charles W. Smith , Portland ,
Ore. ; James F. Berry , Buffalo , N. Y.r
John J. Nuelsen , Omaha , and David
H. Moore , Cincinnati , held hero in
the hope that the trouble between
Mrs. Cope and Bishop Moore could be
Ironed out without creating further
controversy In the church. The moot
ing was behind closed doors and.
many witnesses were heard , but no
agreement was reached. The four
church dignitaries left for Denver to >
look after church matters there.
L DOWN GOESJUGAR AGAIN
Another Ten Cent * Lopped Off th *
Recently Increased Price.
New York , Nov. 9. All gradea oC
refined nufcar were reduced 10
a hundred pounds today.