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THE MARION? DAILY MIRROR.
TOLUMB XVI. NO. 88.
, MABIOT, OHICTUBSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1907.
PRICE TWO 0X20
Kurds and Irregular Turkish Troops Under Ibrahime Pasha
i'llarch Through Province Practicing Horrible Tortures
i Upon Victims Survivors' are Driven. to the Moun
tains Where They Must Perish.
Smyrna, Nov. 2G. Sweeping tlio
province of Dinrbekr, In Asia Minor,
a Jorce ot Kurds and Irregular Turk
ish, troops, under Ibrahim Pasha,
plundered and burned 151 villages
and massacred hundreds of Armen
ian Christians. Survivors of tho
slaughter fled to tho mountains,
where those not hunted down by the
soldiers must die of cold and ex
posure. Ibrahim was sent to suppress trifl
ing local (disorders, but Instead
marched through the entlroNptovlnee,
apparently bent on completely wiping
out the Christian population. Tho
massacres were attended by frightful
tortures of the victims, women being
outraged, men mutilated and children
butchered before their parents' eyes.
LOTTERY DRAWING IN
South Dakota's Senators Meet by Appointment and the
Federal Patronage is Apportioned by Lot, With the
President Turning the Wheel and the Senators
Buying the Paddles.
ti&fs ' cwtofflcea In
Washington, Nov. 20 Tho
White House was tho scene of a
Vottory drawing In which a federal
patronage of the stato or South
Dakota was disposed ot. The
president or the United States turn
'ect the wheel or fortune and Sena,
torn , Klttredge and lamblo drew
out the prize packages.
large nuiubei of va-
the state due to
v .'tirctir'thnt the two senators
ayioeen. unaDie to agree upon
applicants, thus permitting tho old
Officeholders to retain tholr post,
tlons ' long beyond tno tlmo to
Which thoy wore appointed.
"The senators, mot In tho pros!,
dent's office by appointment to
agree, If possibly upon a dis
tribution, but when they confront
ed the president thoy found them,
selves just as far npnrt as they
have been In his absence. 'Die pres
ident saw the dlfllculty, and pro
posed that they draw lots. Tho
f ' W ilbT 8 W?l ?.' .BhB.liM S !H 1 '
oemou wita conaifiou i sor-
ejection. Js has been tho . -
tho commission of tho act was tto
throughout J Vl'f aPH1. i Ha
,-ed much emotion uponfthbar-i
lng referenco to tho love that ex.
Isted between her nnrt Senator
Brown, as made known through
their lettors. ,
When the session for the day
was over her face had a distinct
expression of sadness. ,
Dr. llrltton D. Evans, medical
director of tho Now Jersey State
Hospital for tho Insane, will go
on tho stand and later Dr. diaries
D. Hill ot Baltimore, medical or
llcer ot tho Mount Hopo Retreat
and St. Joseph's sanitarium of
that city will bo called. They will
both testify for the derense.
For tho prosecution Dr. .Smith
Ely Jellffe, of New if oik and Dr.
Kdward S. llriiBli or Ualtlmore
will give testimony later. Dr.
Evans and Dr. Jellfre were both
witnesses for the acrense In tho
Thaw case, but they are on oppo
site sides ot tho Bradley case.
Oakland Man Is Suspected
of Murdering His
' je Wife.
San Francisco, Nov. 20. M. A.
Wllklns.ofqaklaml, is In Jail In
connection-with his wife's murder.
iHer bodywus round In a grave ot
quicklime under tho floor of the
Btable, lagUnlght. Sne aisappcaicd In
Wllklnsbnys she took poison and
he concealed the remains to avoid
trouble and expense
M'aSihiiKton, Nov. 20. Dr. Isaac
Itlch, the "surprise" witness, testi
fied to seolng Mrs. Bradley in the
writing loom of Raleigh Hotel, short
ly before tho shooting. Her actions
attracted my attention," he said. "She
laughed to herself, her eyes were
bulging and dilated, and she appeared
stupid. I thought she was a sort
I'he person described In the hy
pothetical questions was Insane,"
said Dr. Chas. Hill, an allenjst for
the defense. "She was unable to
distinguish right from wrong."
Cross examination did -not shatter
tho testimony ot the doctors. The
fight of alienist may continue for
several days, atter which there will
be a lengthy address by the lawyers.
It Is not likely the trial will bo con-
that all vacancies be tilled uftor eluded before the anniversary of the
the same manner and accordingly shooting, Deceber 8.
tlio names or tho various olllcesl "She was Insane," assorted Dr.
were written upon slips of paper. 'llrltton ldvans, chief expert In the
The two senators then 'proceeded Thaw trial. Of the shooting Itself,
to tho drawings with the result he Batd: "Taking In view the clr
that Senator Gamble was awarded cumstances preceding and tho lnten
the following offices : United 8,ty of tne shock, nothing but a di
ctates district attorney 'for the vlno' Interposition could have pre
ntnto. miipctnr nr intnrnni rnvnnun.vonted the- dethronement of reason."
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no wua iwwcroHsexaimneaK r5'"'
registers .at the laud .ojllces a(
Aberdeen und Chamberlain and
receivers at tho laud ollloes at
Rapid City, l'lorro, Huron and ,Ab.
ordcen and Indian agent at Lower
Urulo agency. -
In addition to the olUce of na.
tlonal bank examiner Senator Kltt
redge drow tho following olhcos;
Assayor of tho mint at Deadwood,
reglstors at Mitchell, Knpld City,
l'lorro and Huron, receivers at
Mitchell and Chamberlain, Indian
agent nt Crow Creek agency and
the audltorslup for time treasury
Cleveland Has Two Fire
Panicswith Some Thril
Cleveland, uO., Nov. 2C In two
llro panic's, this morning, 150 men
nnd womonscapefl. .las. Schwartz
nn Krlo railroad clerk was dragged
unconscious, .from his room In tho
Wlcber House, on West 'J."th m.,
where forty men and ten women
escaped In their night clothes.
Prom tho Knecht lodging house
on 1'rospec't avenuo loo meu climb,
ed down 'they fire escape.
which are persistently circulated in
ri'gnrd to tho Thaw caso and In
ordcitp correct, these I wish to
my) I'lrsW jjjtiintit have not con
sented toaii, rad36uVnment of thu
'niawcuH( fpr one day beyond
Dec. J, nor will I consent to It.
No suggestion of a ennngo or venuo
has been made or considered. 'Iho
trial ot this caso has already been
delayed beyond all reason."
'llic second trial of .Thaw Is sot
for next .Monday, but District At
torney Jerome wants It postponed
N E ONE MIND
Bryan Will Resume Talking
Politics at Tonight's
Washington, Nov. '(i William
Jennings Bryan has neen undergo
ing one of the most trying experl.
ences of his life. I'or four days
ho has been lecturing in Washing
ton nnd making addresses botoro
the Y. M.jl. A. convention, without
once mentioning politics. Tonight
he will lilt the lid. The occuslon
will be the loitnal launching or
his presidential boom at tho bun.
quet of the united democracy of
tho District of Columbus.
.Max Brown, a son of Sonator
Brown, was tho first witness call. I
ed in rebuttal by the prosecution,
the dofonso having rested at 1 ;.,".
Bororo dofenso rested Mrs. Brad.
vious testimony. Nothing import
ant developed. '
ley was recnlld to tho stand
nnswor questions regarding
senators agreed, and tho position I Tho result or tho' (lottery will
of bank examiner being tho place bo that tho presldont will bo
In Immediate dispute, tho presl.1 guided by It In designating olllciala
.titni tnuunA im n nntli uavllil. thflf ln III! Il.n .mnA.tlnu ' Uniinfnp lltt
heads meant that Klttrodgo should redgo recommending for tho of.
Indianapolis, lnd., Nov. 2(1.
The appellato court today " held
revoke tho char ton. ot tho Tom
I'lfvrrfVflvaf ldft .! I Inlv ft it .1 1 1 f .
Baden hotol companj-s uecnuso thoy
have permitted gambling.
win andv tails that Sonator Uum
hie should namo tho man. Tho
piece of money fell heads up and
the nomination was thus awarded
to Mr. Klttrodgo,
Both appearing satisfied with
this method or disposing with tho
flees which ho drow nnd Senator
Oamblo for -the others. Tho agree
ment was hastily mado and Is
binding only In tho matter or
nomination, ench senator resorvlng
tho right to oppose, tho confirma
tion of a person nominated at tho
problem, tho president proposed ijnstanco or tho other.
ALIENISTS CLAIM MRS.
Experts Who Figured in the Thaw Trial Testify in the
Trial at Washington Indicates Now are mat tne
Trial Will Not be Concluded Before Next Month.
He Will not Consent to Fur
ther Postponement ot
Now York. rf. Nov. oi! Comment
lng on tho reports To tho effect
Will be Challenged by Attor
ney Smith in the Powers
! 1 . AB.rfKJKwWlO'' 'V ' t "' '
Georgetown, Ky. Nov. 2(1
(.'barging that Mio court'h Instruc
tions wore violated when the
Grant county deputy accompanied
Deputy Slieurr 'SchulT in summon,
lng tho jurymen, Attorney Smith
gnve notlco that he would challenge
the entire second venl.'o or 130
Washington, Nov. 2(1 'I'lio coni
mltteo appointed by Central Amer-
that tho Becond-'trlul or Hurry K.I lean peace conference, to formulate
Thaw will not' go on next Monday I the basis of a trenty or peace, to.
ns scheduled '.Maftm W. Littleton, 'day reported nn unanimous ngiec
nttornoy for Thaw said; ) ment. it Includes a plan of arbl.
"On accouittioTKth'u accumulation I tratlon, and method of enforcing
of moro or less groundless rumors tho decisions of tho arbitrators.
King Carlos Has Restored a Semblance of Order in Lisbon
but Should the Three Factions Among His Enemies
Agree, He Would Not be Able to Hold His Ground
Lisbon, Nov. 2(J With troops
swnrmlug lu tho streets, and most
of the lenders of the untl. govern
ment factions In prison, King Cnr
los temporally has restored a
semblance or order
Premier l-'ranro, who Is lighting
the king's battle Is I hiding his
chief source of strength lu the
dlsbentlons among his enemies. Ono
gioup insists on a republic, a
second wunts to put Crown l'rlnco
l.ulz I'lilllpji.; on the throne nnd
n third supports Don .Miguel, thu
pretender '.Should the dissenters
agree, Carlos could not long hold
E WILL LA HTE
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
It is Estimated That at Least 40,000,000 Words Will be
Spelled in and Around the Capitol During the Session
Which Begins Monday Some of the Things
Which May Occur.
, K Washington, Nov. 2(1 'iliat 'Mrs. her as an abnormal woman.
Aijnle M, Bradley was insane ut the
time she shot former, Senator Ar
thur Brown or Utah lu this 'city
on Dec. 8 last was tho opinion ot
. Dr. WlUred 'M. Burton ot George
town university and a specialist In
'nervous diseases, expressed at tho
trial ot Mrs. Bradley. Dr. Bur.
ton's testimony tollowed the reading
to him of a hypothetical question
of 13,000 woraBi covering the his
'tory of Airs. Bradley's relations
"with Senator Brawn rrom the day
she met him to the day or the
Br, Barton diagnosed Mrs, Brad
iuy.'s ailment as being puoporai
.Insanity, caused by what h de
scribed as the continued assaults
Upon her nervous system, duo to
tne criminal upernuuiis wujen sne
said she wns Interested In things
that do not usually nttract a wo
man, and Instanced tho ract that
she w.as socrotary or a political
cub ns evidence or her abnormal.
Dr. Barton wus on tho stand
practically tho entire duy, ond was
subjected to a eevoro cross-cxam-
Inution by the district attorney,
aided by the government insanity
expert, Dr, Kmlth Ely Jolllfto, ot
New York, and Dr. Kdward
Brush or Baltimore,
Dr. Barton proved to bo a good
witness for tho delenso. Ills testl.
hiony showed his conclusions as
to Mrs, Bradloy's Insanity were
unshaken, 'IhoMlefendant came In
to court looking pale nnd hog.
Bard, evidently In anticipation
,had performed, upon herself, In that after all the question of her
explaining why he looked Mupon8anlty or Insanity at the time or
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Washington, Nov. 2(j.lt It were
necessary for tho uutioual luw-mnk.
lug body to have an oillclal press
agent In order to attract public at
tention to Its doings, ho would
probably bill the sixtieth congress
which convenes next Monday, us
'tho most startling, eur-spittllug
record-lllllng, .time-consuming tultt
fCo'l'ever''pioduced u carnival of
conversation, a wonderland or
words the largest load ot laugu-
currency legislation and out Into
conic one, come all. Get jour
seats early and don't forget the
presidential concert Immediately ar.
tur tho show.
Conservative pi oguostlcntors,
having In mind the great questions
before the country, the vast array
oi new lanie.soeklng material In
the membership ot house and sen
ate, and the coming piestdcuUat
and congressional eampulgns, es
timate that something like 20.000,
000 words are about to bo spilled
on tho lloor, and 20.000,000 more
In committee rooms, making a
grand total or 40.000). 000 words
uttered and recorded between tho
second or Decombor and the yet
undetermined date some six months
hence when the statesmen will go
back to their constituents to bo
given an encoroor returned to
lu the senate this How or elo.
quonco will flow whither Itllsteth.
Under the rules b or tho upper
branch ot congress any , senator
Vlth a plethora ot Ideas, lu his
system may communicate them to
his brethren Just about whenever
and however he pleases. In the
house they do things illflercntly.
I hero are three men who decide
Mho shall speak, when ho shall
sjieuk and what ho shall speak
about. These men are the majority
or tho lomintiteo on rules. This
committee governs absolutely tho
pi Ogress ol debate and practically
tho course or legislation. Kveu tho
senate Is powerless U speaker Can
non, llepresentatlvo DaUell of
Pennsylvania and third Republican
member ot the committee (the suc
cessor ol (Jen (irosvenur of Ohio
who was defeated lu his district
tor i ('.election) say "nothing do.
And the greatest ot tho three Is
'I ntie Joe."
Ills colleagues on thu committee
are men upon whom he can depend
to cairy out his Ideas. Ills Is tho
guiding genius that will direct the
stream of oratory on tho lloor ot
the house over the windows ot
tnrltr rovlslon, through tho pools of
curreucsy legislation nnd out into
tho ocean at national progress,
.lust now tho statesman from
Illinois Is somewhat perplexed over
the selection or a successor to
(IrosVenor on this all-powerful
committee, Iho choice seoms to bo
lestrlcted to the ''Ihreo Jims"
dim Walson of Indiana, the Re
publican whip; Jim Sheridan of
New Yoik, chairman of tho Re
publican congressional committee,
and Jim 'Inwney of Minnesota,
chairman or tho appioprtatlons
committee. Thoru Is not a llcpub.
llcun member of the house who
would not dance with joy over the
prospect of serving with tho speak
er and DaUoli. "Undo Joe" how
ever, will appoint no man who Is
not known to bo right. Ho must,
howover, not be tainted with any
record or pievlous alllllatlon with
"Insurgents," For that reason such
men as Hopkins, ot lowu, Burton
of Ohio-' Jenkins o; Wi"bvfi?Shi -.ImF
ninny others ot high standing In
tho house and of proven ability as
legislators are wiped off tho slato
ot possibilities. Watson is constd.
oied the favorite. It Is predicted
that to him will go the plum, If
the speaker does not Unci that tho
gubernatoilal aspirations of thu
Indiana congressman may Interfere
with the proper performance or
his duties on the committee.
For this congress especially Is
tho rules committee to be most
Important It any financial legls.
latlon gets befoio tho houso as a
body Its only nope or passpge lies
lu the forcing througn or a rule
ihe speaker prior to the recent up
set lu money elides announces
through Watson that tho program
tor this session was "nothing do
ing except passage ot appropriation,,
Hut conditions have changed, and
th-jre Is no ciuestloil thnt tho
head of tho houso will heed the de
mand for remedial llnanclal leglsla.
tion. 'Iho debate on this mutter Is
destined to bo memorable. Every
member has a dltfcient Idea us to
what should be done and Is coi
tal nthnt his plan Is the only safe
and sane solution, lhere Is the
possiblllt that the administration's,
plans may have rough sledding by'
lensou ot an Insurrection move
ment against the house leadership
as Intimated th tough the declara.
Hon of ( litilrmuu l'owlor ot tho
house committee on banking and
currency that Secretary Cortelyou's
lecent measures of relief are moro
dngerous than helpful. This
straw shows Republican division at
the outset Democratic Leader John
Miurp Williams' oiitbioak against
the currency legislation proposed
by William ' Jennings llryan also
promises nn Inteiestlng diversion.
New (halrmen must njso bo
tumid lor the committees on rlY
ers and harbors; agriculture, Dls:
trtct of Columbia, morchnnt ma
ilne and ilsherles, public lands arid
mines und mining. AIbo thoro are
a number of subordinate places to
be filled on such Important com
mittees as appropilatlons and ways
and moans. c
On rivers and hurbors Burtonrot
(Iceland will refuse to longer
serve as committee Head. Achefeoh
ot Pennsylvania Is tho ranking JjflT
ubllcuu member but no ono wlj
know who gets tno chairmanship
until tho spoukor tormnlly fan
nounces his choice. Wudsworth of
New York, who was ' doleutcd by
his constituents fdr opposing the
president on tno mont inspection
law, makes vacant the chairman
ship of tho agricultural committee,
Babcock of Wisconsin, defeated,
surrenders the Important Job ' of
Continued on Pago Four. ,
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