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I. POETESS ACCUSED
I Mystery Surrounds Death of
. Handsome Young Abbe
j . at Agen, France.
' WOMAN IS IMPRISONED
I Brother of the Victim De-
clares He Has Proofs Sui
cide JVas Not Committed.
- Ep-clal Cable to The Tribune.
PARIS. .Ton. 5. Th trial of Mmo.
. JUlce Crespy, thn pootcss of Asen. near
Toulouse, for tho homicide of tho hand-
eom, younp Abba ChasBlnjr. promises
r to becojno a famous caso. Itfme. CreEpy.
M ' who Is endowed with tho poetic tompera-
Jl mont and has a striking originality. Is a
i Jj divorcee of five years' standing. About
' that time she had a serloun carrlngo
Sj ccMeat and was operated on by the
$ celebrated Dr. Fozsl, and elnce has de-
I ij eloped -what her acquaintances call
j )cstatlc mysticism.
; J;; The-Abpo Chasslngr, Bon of a respecla-
' ijj (t)le farming family in the department of
, tfjj Corriafe, waa tall, rood-looking; refined
i:S 1 and popular "with his flock. He was ono
3H 1 of a faintly of twelve. On tho day of tho
' j tragedy ho lunchc-d with JiIb mother, who
f I !hao been living in tho clergy houso at
im ' Agren since her widowhood, four years
On Farewell Visit
The abbe, wbo had been appointed
ita .cure, cc pastor, of the parish of Mon
I j2 ttstruc," wont to pay his round of fare
'Tfella to hi parishioners at Agon. His
? t,! 1 I lest visit was to Mine. Crespy. He nr
?! i rived at her houso at a quarter past 6
4 v J (and at twenty minutes to 7 wsb dead
1 What happened in tho interval is under
i-.'t ! investigation. Ono statement is that
kill there was reading of love poem3 recall
M 1 !ng a lost past, a brief drama and a
iVti 'few words. The examining doctor points"
'2ti !ut that though the abbe was not Icft-
w? handed, tho bullet was In the left temple.
If j 1 The body wa3 found lying on the face,
y.j;-! head against tho wall and arms foldod
under the chest. The position indicated
V'4- an arrangement of the body after tho
Ijf I ? The malntalners of the sulcldo theory
Rt - ay tho ball ponotrated the left tcmplo
1 precisely in the spot where suicides usu-
ally shoot themselves: cralne of powder
'f ' in the forehead would indicate that tho
1 N sliot was fired at clone range. The ro
l port of tho examining physician says:
I "The case is not likely suicide, but
suicide Is not Impossible."
j ' As suicide was not proved, the bishop
t of Asen permitted tho burial according
j to tho ritual. After the shooting 31mo,
j Crospy wac forced to leave her house
pnd took up ouarter3 in an Agon hotel.
Hero sho divided tho abbe's letters Into
I two parts anil put them In a safe. One
batch she marked "Lul": a second, she
j , marked "IAutre.''
f Sho explalnn that ".Lul" meant priest,
and "L Autre" meant tho man.
'- Jlme. Crespy is now In tho dopart-
mental prison of Agen and protests her
J Mme. Crespy's Letter,
i . The following letter wan published by
H Mme. Crespy in a Toulouse dispatch:
"You have already learned of. tho tor-
Irlble misfortune that has befallen nic.
Abbe Chapslng killed himself in mv
.-.partments yesterday evening at half
past eIx. He has been devoted to mo
since September, 1003. I Implore you
not to blame him too severely : hla soul
was noble, beautiful and proud; hla suf
ferings were superhuman; on ono side
item and bitter duty and daily sacrifice
and torment, on the other his ever-growing
love for me. Wo loved each other
fondly, but an order from hla bishop ex
iled him to Montastnic He said to me,
'It will drive mo mad,' and madness
".-hlch lurked for him In tho shade has
claimed its prey. Xbthinp now remains
to me but th book of our love. Hand
mo over, if you will, to the cruel world,
hut defend his name."
Tho judge, in making the preliminary
"Romantic all her life and gifted with
an excessive Imagination, Mme. Crespy
has given a romantic recital of the death
of her sweetheart which Is not true."
-A Chasslner, the dead nbbe'o broth
er, has Increased the agitation by giving
out tho following statement:
"I an the eldost brother of the abbe,
and In jny nnmo and In that of my moth
er and brothers, I protest energetically
against the affirmation that mv brother
committed suicide. I have certitude
based on absolute proofs that my brother
did not end his own life, but was tho
victim of an attempt on his life in eccle
! Hearing Concluded.
t Cp?gNNATI. O., Jan. 25. Tho taking
of testimony by Commissioner B. H.
rpye? of the interstate commerce com-
t: mission upon the subject of Increasod
r tariffs for the transportation of lumber
J; from points eouth of the Ohio river to
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a today. Practically every large assocla
llon ot lumber dealers In the south was
7'i $ represented. Eaoh of the representa-
J! tlves toEtifled as being opposed to an In-
, - crease in rates.
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HEIST THE GREEKS
(Continued from Pago One.)
were a revolt against the conclusion of
a humiliating peace.
The Turks, he doclared, would accept
defeat, but could not. abandon the SO.000
Mohammedans who were heroically de
fending tho ancient capital of Turkey,
Even though tho Turks had already lost
200.000 men, thoy still had 300.000 soldiers
under arms In .European Turkey, he as
serted. Tho allies, on tho otnor hand,
had lost 20,000 men.
Haiti Bey does not despair of fighting
the allies to a standstill and saving tho
fortress of .Adrlanoplo,
LONDON, Jan. 25. Constantinople
is practically iu a state of eiego, ac
cording to dispatches rccoived today by
the peace delegates of the allies. The
Youug Turks, tearing that tho toIds or
I lower may nain cscapo .from their
lands, aro Eaid to be arresting their
political adversaries right, and left,
searching houses aud dubs and confis
cating documents. They hope in this
way to break up the opposition.
The allies express tho opinion that
under theso circumstances any excess
may be expected.
With this prospect in view the Euro
pean powers aro sending war vessels to
reinforce the ordinary guardahips sta
tioned at Constantinople.
Italy ia especially alarmed over t.ho
return to power' ot the Young Turke,
who wore inexorable during tho Libyau
Tho United States embassador at
Constantinople, William !. liockhill,
during tho negotiations for tho con
clusion of peace between Italy and
Turkey, described Djavid Boy, now
head of tho committeo of union of pro
gressives, as an irreconeiliablc. Djavid
Boy declared that Turkey would fight
in Tripoli as long as she possessed a
The position of the 5000 Italian
residonts of Turkey is now regarded a.s
so precarious that Italy has dispatched
to Constantinople two of her best
cruisers, tho San 2Jarco and Pisa, and
the gunboat Arcbimeda, which is pre
pared to land 500 brueackets. At the
same time the admiralty has ordcrod
the entire Italian Bquadron now sta
tioned in the Grecian archipelago to
hold itself in readiness. The remainder
of the Italiau ileet is at Taranto with
in easy call.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 25. The
drafting of the Turkiak reply to tho
note of the powers has been delayed
owing to the difficulty of finding a
permanent occupant for the ministry of
foreign affairs, which was filled only
temporarily when tho now cabinet was
formed. 03mau Nizam i Pasha, the
Turkish embassador ' at Berlin, is the
latost statesman to refuse the office.
It is believed now that Ibrahim Hakki
Pasha, a former grand vizier, who was
threatened with impeachment on ac
count of the alleged iinpreparedness of
Turkey for the war with Italy, will ac
cept the post.
The Turkish cabinet in anxious noL
to keep tho European powers waiting
too long for a reply, and if a foreign
minister is not soon appointed a de
cision will be mado without him.
Army Is DiyideiL
VIENNA, Jan. 25. Advices from Con
stantinople say that the Young Turk
party thus far is backed only bv part of
tho army; that a majority of tho army.
Including tho older officers In high posi
tions, and a majority of the Influential
clergy am with tho old Turks.
Enver Eey's following, the dispatch
adds, consists of ecveral hundred officers
infatuated by the cry, "liberations of
focred places," and these very men are
likely to turn ngainst tho Young Turks If
they do not succeed in savinc Adrlan
ople. Willing to Grant Time.
BERLIN, .lan, 2n. In view of tho sud
oenriess of the change in the situation In
Turkey, official circles hero believe the
new administration should be triven time
to work out an answer to tho powers
Jointly. It is understood that tho Balkan
oificlals hold the name view and will not
crowd tho Young Turks.
Regarding reportn from France of a
proposed naval demonstration, it is be
lieved that they are not authorised by
tho French government, and thft opinion
is expressed that there Is ifo likelihood
that tho coiiPent of all the poverii could
bo obtained for such action.
Will Not Mobilize. .
BUCHAREST, .lan. 25. Rumania, has
decided not to mobilize her annv. A
cabinet council, at which King Charles
and the crown prlncn wero present,
reached this decision today, during a dis
cussion of tho Bulgarian negotiations.
Corn for Sufferers.
CETTINME. Jan 25 Th- Russian
emporor has presented 2.000,000 kilo
grams of corn to tho Montenegrin peoplo.
The corn was brought to Antlvarl by
oteamer. Jt will go far to relieve the
olstrcas caused by tho war.
Sees Danger Ahead.
BERLIN. Jan. 25. -Tho Jsord Deutsoho
Allegomelne Zoltung's "review of tho
week" says thoro Is reanon to believe that
tho European powers will not continue
to act jointly in their deallngB with
Turkey, and adds;
"Compulsion by the powers ! out of
the (lUoatlon. It would not accord -with
the principles of neutrality, and might
navt gravo consequences."
Embargo on Grain.
-IN-NIP15G. Jim. i'-T.io Caradlan
Northern Railway company minouii'-od
today that an embargo Imd ben placed
upon all grain shipments to Port Arthur
Ont., by that railroad for one month'
; owing to congestion at terminal elova-'-tor.
RESENT THE HIT
Blackfoot, Idaho, Citizens j
Pass Resolutions Condemn
inr; Action of Dickinson.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BbACKJrOOT. Idaho. Jail. Co. -The
contempt for Senator-elect Brady shown
by A. S. Dickinson, representative of
Bingham county. In voting for tho negro
janitor of tho Htato house, Is deeply. re
sented by the citizens of this place. It
la felt hero that the representative In
sulted not only the sonator-clect, but
every cltlr.cn of the county by his action,
which was taken in faco of telegraphic
requests from the Republican central
committeo requesting that ho cast his
voto for cx-Governor Brady. At a mass
meeting of citizens held this afternoon
some were In favor of asking htm to re
sign. Instead, however, tho following
resolutions were passed as an expression
of tho local sentiment:
Vo, tho citizens ot Blackfoot,
Idaho, constituting a part of the con
stituency of the county of Bingham,
assembled to consider the action of
our representatives In the legislature
relative to their respective voles for
United States senator, and being sen
sible and cognizant of tho rights of
representatives to use their own dis
cretion in tho support of men and
measures and of tho clrcumstancea
under which they aro justified In dls-
.T, it. HwliloC)'. of McGce, Mo,, wrllen; "I hid
muscular rhouinalltm Blx wcoUb, Had ihroo floo
tors, but illrt not Bt much telle. A frtotid ln
BUteJ on mn trjlus R. P. R. xai icnt mo two
bolllM. lli ttvonty xnlnutei nflor I'no first nppll
cntlon I could turn In beil vth ea:e. IUth uod
two bottles nrt nra veil."
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HAD WAV'S TCEAnT RELIEP it nil drugdete.
RAD WAV &. CO., lie' VorW.
regavdlng the wishes of constituents
in exercising their option, wish to
exprefca our satisfaction at the elec
tion of James H. Brady to the sen
ate of tho United Statos. Wo com- j
mend the action of Representative
Peter G. Johnson of the county and
town In transferring his support
in Jlr. Uradv upon telegraphic re
quest from part of his constituents
wiioii there was opportunity to break
the deadlock. AVc regtot the action
of Representative A S. "Dickinson In
rofusing to support JJr, Brady upon
iho same representation made to Mr.
Johnson and wo fuel tho docpost
humiliation over his action In tho
closing moments of the final ballot
wherein lie cast his voto for tho col
ored janitor of the house.
BYRD TREGO. .
C. W. BERRYMAN".
R. X. WEST.
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HIGH BRIDGE, Is". J Jan. 'lb. A. U
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bank, who disappeared after confessing
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WASHJJN GTON", Jan. 25. Deteriora
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roaulted in efforts by the government
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aorions danger to ail of tho lands em
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