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PUIJ T-k U I - - . . 1 . . I .. THE SHADOWING" OF TILLMAN President Makes Public Result of Investigation in Connection with Alleged "Land Grab" COPIES OF LETTERS WRITTEN BY SENATOR And by His Agent, Showing that Tillman Did Make an Effort to Obtain Several Quarter Sections of Oregon Land are Embodied in a Communication to Senator Hale of Nearly 3,000 Words-Sensation Expected. Washington, Jan. 8. President could Roosevelt tonight made public the de tails of an investigation by postoffice Inspectors and secret service agents of Senator Tillman's connection with an alleged "land grab" in Oregon. What the President Undertakes to Show. As he presents the evidence to Sen ator Hale, in response to the lattor's request to tn heads of the various executive departments for a statement upon the operations of the secret ser- ice, the president undertakes to how: "That Mr. Tillman used influence as a senator to try to force the govern ment to compel a railroad corpora tion "to relinquish its. control of land grants from the Cnitod States so that he and tlis family and his secretary, J B. Knight, might profit by the pur chase of some of the land: that the senator used his government franking privilege in numerous instances for the conduct of private business." Serious View Taken of President's Re port, i Comparatively l' ,v senators were fa vored with opportunity of reading the president's report to Senator Male, but those who did read the report took a serious view of it. Vet most of the senators refused to believe that .Mr. Tillman ever did anything' in violation of his oath as a senator. Senator Admits He Made Effort to Obtain Land. Senator Tillman did mt permit the fat thai tlie president was giving out the charges against him to alter his determination to make no state ment until Holiday. He said that he not make his reply as complete as he would desire for tomorrow's papers and that he would therefore withhold whatever remarks he might have to make until Monday, when he would make a statement to the sen hU No effort was made by him to conceal the fact that when he learned the facts concerning the railroad grant he made an effort to obtain portions of the hind in the names of himself and members of his family, but he declar ed that since, at most, he could have got possession of only a few hun dred acres, his efforts were, after aII. on behalf of the public and not es pecially in his own interest. Tillman Will Reply Monday. Immediately after the conclusion of the chaplain's prayer Monday, Mr. Tillman will ask the recognition of the chair on a question of personal privilege. Departing from his custom of extemporaneous speaking, he will read his statement, thus insuring more careful adherence to what he desires to say than he would be able to give in an off-hand speech. Telltale Copies of Letters. The communication to Senator Hale is nearly 3.UU0 words long and there are appended to it numerous exhibits, ' including copies of letters written by Senator Tillman and his agent, Wil liam K. Lee, showing that they did make an effort to obtain several quar ter sections of the Oregon land, and the reports of the post office inspectors who investigated the transactions of the land agents. It was owing to this investigation that the alleged interest of Senator Tillman was brought to light, and falct'ully, it appears, it was at his instance that the inquiry was begun. Cabled Paragraphs. . I.eirut. Syria. Jan. 8. The United states battleships Louisiana and Vir ginia, under command of Acting Rear Admiral Sehroeder. arrived here today ana lett immediately for Smyrna. Tut key, in consequence of the plague wmcn prevails litre. London. Jan. 9. In a despatch from Tokio the correspondent of the Daily iciegraph says: "There. is a growing belief here, that the prompt conclusion of the entente between Japan and the ITni'ed States upset Yuan Shi Kill's scheme for an American-Chinese alliance,- which would have been antij Japanese." Vienna. Jan. S. Recti id Pacha, the newly appointed Turkish ambassador to Austria-Hungary, today began di rect negotiations with liaron von Aeh renthal. the torcigu minister, looking to a settlement of all differences be tween Turkey and Austria-Hungary. It is expected that these soon will be satisfactorily adjusted. London. Jan. 8. Meetings of the Federation of Variety Artists were held today in 135 towns in theHHtish Isles, and the renorts sj1iow practical unanimity in favor of a strike as an outcome of the long disnute between the federation and the association of agents. Recently the managers of the music halls allied themselves with the agents. The principal question involved is the agents' fees. Paris, Jan. 3. Another suit has been entered against "Count" Hamon. the private banker, known in England and me i nited states as "Cheiro the Palm l.sr, who left this city for London tew days ago, after being charged wito embezzlement by two New York worn en. Mrs. Julia P. Newell and Miss Jo sephine Pomeroy. her sister. The new complainant is Baroness' Epstein, who seeks to recover $35,000 deposited b; her. U. S. Sailors OpenlMiss Daisy Thaw Medical Station Found Half Frozen IN SPACE ADJOINING . RUINED AMERICAN CONSULATE. DRESSING WOUNDS OF ITALIANS Military Cordon Around the" Devas tated City of Messina Is Now Com pleteNo Admission Without Pass. LUMBER LADEN VESSELS STRIKE CAPE COD SHOALS. Lifs Severs Row Three Miles to Relief of Schooner. I 'llal iia.'ll. Mass., l.o'. n -s-ls .-tr.i "ml ,urin: s.iaUx I1HI i'.c.vlv ('! .aped Jan. S. Two lumber ; the shoals off Cape v ejith.-r toihiy. and destruction. While at . !!: m: r v Km r V Si. I SI I'. Sr. ii n; . their r.pl .VI. W .1 l t ii:to Provineetown for Hbc'tcr, tic- British bark YV. I..i'ig.':la'i, bound from St. John u York, stranded Off the Wood fe snving stalion. The bi'ik d heivilv for mi hour, but as- iie risi:i Tdo and a favor- .'. in.i. tliu liiri savers and the ves-cr- s;i.-ceeile.l in floating her. W:i :. orke.1 into provineetown. and ! rert'y i- not seriously damaged. .oi -i i. -: i n schooner J. Arthur l ord. St. John for New London, struck Mine Horse shoal at L' o'clock this tan-nine and poundld until noon todav. Af'cr daylight the crow of the Mono tony I o:.,i, 1,1V- saving Million launched boat ami rowed three miles to the ' i W'.-rel. The sea was so that 'i:e life savers wt re unable ill tile Lord for some time. The of ;he fhooncr were suffcrine bit's and exhaustion. At renue cutter Creshum came 'd idled the schooner clear of lioal. I he utter towed the Lord i.rv.nd Haven, where the schoon n lie-ie!i,.-,l tonight in a sinking 'ilc savers were re flation by the Cresham SECOND DANCE OF SEASON GIVEN AT WHITE HOUSE By Mrs. Roosevelt for Her Debutante Roosevelt for Her Daughter. Washington, Jan. S. Ablaze w:th light tonight, the White House shone forth brightly in its wurrounding of snow. Jt spoke of merriment withm. The occasion was the second dance of the season given by Mrs. Roosevelt for her debutante daughter, the first being Miss Roosevelt's formal intro duction to society. Previous to the dunce, which began at 10 o'clock, there was a dinner nt which about thiriv guests were present. The table decora tions were pink geraniums. lo the strains of miMc furnitdied by the Marine Hand orchestra, seated at the north end of the east room, more than one hundred couples, most young married society folk, waltzed troiu in umri until midnight, when bullet supper was served, and then again after the supper, around tiie brilliantly illuminated east room. Thinks higher Tax on Connecticut Oyster Beds Would Be Imposition New Haven. Jan. S. President II. C, Rowe of tl'.u Connecticut Oystermen's association today, in speaking, of ox fiovernor Woodruff's suggestion that the oyster beds of the state be taxed higher, said that, he thought a higher tax would be an imposition. In re ferring t i the higvr rate at which the Rhode Island beds were assessed, he said that the oyster beds in that state wer-; much more-valuable than those here, and that fact was borne out by the departure of many of the smaller dealers from this state to Rhode Is land. Washington Life Insurance Co. Injunc tion Proceedings. New York, Jan. S. Lengthy argu meet: in the injunction and receiver ship proceedings against the Washing ton Life Insurance company before Justice Erlanger in the supreme court here today resulted in the court re serving decision on both motions. He announced, however, that he would ig sue an order restraining the removal from the state of any further assets of the Washington Life Insurance by the Pittsburg Life and Trust com pany, which has absorbed the Wash ington Life and recently removed the books of the company to Pittsburg. to h , crew f rnie noon a 'oii tin- to f . re :n mm la 'a . ir. I t. . The their HOUSE REBUKES ROOSEVELT. Tables That Part of His Message fleeting on Members. Re BUILDING OF THE CABINET. Taft-Knox Conference Ended Some thing Definite Expected Soon. Augiisia. ;.i.. .hill. x. The Tuft -Knox cabinet coniirence is over, and the Pennsylvania .-,ecitoi- is t might on his way back to Wasliiiigon. Neither the president -elect nor his adviser will oiscii.-s I lie result, ami it is strongly hinted by Mr. Tafi tonight that his rhirit will be made known for the first time when li sends tile names of the tneti who ale to compose it to the seriate tor confirmation, after the till of .Mau-!,. HwiuT. -ouii-iliing mom definite regarding this dcterniftiation may he expected within a few days. ENGLISH MYSTERY UNSOLVED. Whereabouts of Miss Violet Charles worth Still Unknown. London. Jan. . The mystery sur rnundiiu the ti Korea bouts of Miss Vio- Oordon i 'harlegwortli, who it w as let r-ponea nan Deen killed while motor ing in Wales, but the storr of whose death is not generally helieved, is sti'l unsolved. All the repoits of the young "oiiMi having been seen at various places li.-k confirmation. The news paper si M I print stories of her alleg ed ?ir-, I ions in stocks and endeavor to snow that Miss CharesVoi th was in desperate linaneial straits. Looks Upon the Whole Matter as a Practical Jake. Paris. Jan. J. Wilbur Wright, the Aniericau aeroplaui.st. said todav con cerning reports which have le-cn pub lished in America connecting hi name Hill, snit said o have been .. ann by a Krench army lieutenant r,,r divorce, that he knew nothing of such i firoeeeriins and looked ur,ii the whole li:i!ter ari a practical joke. Me added Th-it he never saw the wife of the xrmy officer mentioned as plaintiff in ir.r sun. Washington. Jan. S. After having inaoe i-resuient noosevelt the object oi criticism an aay, witn here and there words of commendation of him. me nouse ot representatives tonight by a vote of 21 1 to 3.1, rebuked hn.i by tabling so much of his messages as reflected on members of congress in his recommendations regarding the se cret serv ice detectives. By its action also the house declared it to be the sense of th-' house that it shall decline to consider any communications from any source which are iwt. in its own Judgment, respectful. Towards the close of the debate Mr. (lardner of Massachusetts vainly en deavored to secure, first, the adoption of a substitute- for the resolution in the -hape of an - amendment expressing conlidence, in the commit tee on appro priations, and then the postponement of the whole matter until Monday, hut lie was overwhelmingly outvoted. The liou.se did not adjourn until 7..7 o'clock this evening. FAILURE OF CROPS. Hundreds of Persons Actually Starv ing in Erzeroum and Other Districts. Constantinople, Jan. S. The distress in Anatolia because of the failure of the crops lias reached an acute phase in the districts of Erzeroum. Yozgad, Kaisarieh and Mardin. Hundreds of persons arc actually starving. The population are without means of ob taining food ar.d fuel. They have ex hajsled every resource and are in a dcplorahle pliant. Their sufferings, are ail the Ki'i'iiU'i' as the winter is tne most severe ,,n re, 'old. The govern ment is until, !e to cone effectively with ihe s ill. spread deslitul ion. The Am erican lliiile society lias issued an ap peal for funds which will he distrib uted irresuectiv e m i-Ht e or creed to overtidc the wirite;- and in help the farmers to make their spring sowings. SWEEPING RESTRICTIONS Designed to Promote Welfare of Peo ple of District of Columbia. Col. E. G. Morton Dead at New Haven New Haven. Conn., Jan. . Colonel Edward O. Morton. 69 years old, died at lila home here tonght. Colonel Mor ton for the past years has been press titent at the Grand Opera houfe. Previous to coming to iN'evv Haven lie was press at,ent for P. T. Barnum's circus. Ke accompanied Sir Henry Stanley on his expedition Into Africa. and commanded, one of the divisions of that expedition. Battleship Georgia Leaves Port Said for Marseilles. Port Said. Jan. 8. Rear Admiral William P. Pottor, commanding the fourth division of the American battle ship fleet, rejoined the squadron today, having been presented to the khedive of Egypt, lit ff end the khedive ex tr.emely cordial and interested in the fleet. The Georgia left this evening for Marseilles. Collection Ordered for Earthquake Sufferers. Providence, R. I., Jan. S. Right Rev. Matthew Harkins. Roman Catholic bishop of Providence, late today or dered that a collection be taken up for the Italian earthquake sufferers in ail the Catholic churches of the Provi dence diocese on Sunday next. ilessina. Jan. S. A detail of blue jackets from the United States gun boat Scorpion constructed an Anglo American station this afterncun upon a space adjoining the ruined building in vvnicu tne American consulate was located. Dr. George C. Rhoad es, su r- geon of the Scorpion, has assumed charge. Several Large Tents Utilized. The station is formed of several large tents. It is the intention to confine the work largely to dressing the wounds of a considerable number of Italians who have been In America or who have relatives there. Th military crdnn around the city is complete tonight. Hereafter no per son will be allowed to enter without a pass from the authorities. THINLY CLAD WITH EXCEPTION OF WHITE SWEATER. , A SENSATION FOR ALLENTOWN Girl Tells Strange Story of Taking Au tomobile Ride With Party of Friends Given Drugged Wine. Condensed Telegrams Representative ' Olmstead made ail adc!re3s in defense of the house rules. Dr. Max West, special examiner the bureau of corporations, died pneumonia. Senator Warner Reported a Bill restore two Wejst Point cadets dismb ed for hazing. to One Hundred Patients and employes of St. Elizabeth's asylum boea ill from ptomaine poisoning. A Bill Was Introduced in the Senate at Nashville to prohibit the . manufac ture of intoxicating liquors in the state. Six Thousand Armed Afghans Invade Persia. Teheran, Jan. 8. There Is a persist ent rumor in circulation here that six thousand Afghans, with six guns, have crossed the Seiatan frontier into Per sia. The Seistan frontier is at the junction of eastern Persia and south western Afghanistan. Allentown, Pa.. Jan. 8. Found un conscious and half frozen on a door step in a suburb of this city last night, a girl thought to be Daisy Thaw of Paterson. N'. J., is furnishing a sensa tion for Allentown. Found by Late Home Comer.. A late home comer found the girl, thinly clad, with the exception of a white sweater, stiff with cold and ash-ep. Today she told a strange story of having left New York for an auto mobile ride with a party of friends. At Hctlilehem she said she "was given wine from a bottle, and almost immediately became unconscious. She was taken to the county hospital at Wescoesvlll, where she is btung cared for. Her Condition is Serious. Her condition is serious, and fre quently sue lapses into unconscious ness as the result of her treatment and the exposure, the temperature when she was found being near zero. She said that slip was employed in a five and ten cent store in New York city Testdday she bifl a tifcy off. and upon me invitation oi tnree men to take an uutomofcile nde through Pennsylvania went along with them. Eight Indictments Were Returned against H. K. Neal. formerly cashier of the defunct Capital State bank of F.oise, Idaho. Memorial Services to Father Joseph I. McGuire were held in the Church ot the Holy Comforter and a tablet unveiled. Mrs. Ellen Clark, a widow, aged '.'0 years, perished in a fire that destroy ed her home at Nan to. near Mnhoniv City, Pa. Plans for the New Home of the bu reau of engr.-iving and printing have been approved by the secretary of the treasury. J. B. Pound, the owner of the 'hat tanooga News, sold that paper to G. Milton and C j. Johnson of the Knox ville Sentinel. TWO FALSE TEETH TELL THE STORY Mystery of Michigan Methodist Church Butch ery Partly Cleared Up. $500 REWARD FOR PASTOR CARMICHAEL Who was at Fir.t Supposed Killed, Dismembered and Burned-Dentist Identifies Teeth Found in Stove Ashes as Part of a Set Made for Gideon Browning, Who is Missing-Description of Fugitive Pastor. r A POINTER TO ADVERTISERS To.;., .... , ' ...... v question w-icn .ewspaperdom has raised in the interest of the men who buy advertising space: "Which is the better . femoer iu papers delivered at home. Inn left in the suh- , gone to want or waste. Read what Newspaperdom ui'ou hub v nai Dusmess suoject: "Tire advertising world has gone mad on the subject of circula tion. Tons unrf iai. n ..na .. i.j , . . . . -i . . 1 ii"-i uceui-n ior actual use are con stant v h.lliv f lmnu.1 In-. , ... ,,v. ncujniiris .aim magazines wmcn are never V " "est ia. merely to make circulation. While the dum i, som is Hnaounteaiy great, the number read and di gested is vastly less, and if there could be a statement of 'read" cir culation what a tumbling of figures there, would be. The rault lies with the advertiser. He snend his mor-.ev for .pace which is supposed to sell goods. But he demands cirtuiat ion -regardless. If the papers are unsol.L. how can thev sell his goods- ,f they are bought to kill time on a 10-minute car ride, how can t'hev iell his goods? "fut "'e advertiser will not listen. He wants circulation ami, therefore, figures are swelled by every- means that ingenuity can de vise. It is safe to.sav that most of the i.ih...x. . be cut in two.- without effecting the advertisers' results " There is horse sen.se in this messne-e tn th nitHiMr,,, ,...i.i i economy and business in ir ton til ni i but some may. The Bulletin is a house-delivered not a streets' sales papfr, j "Man is dust: Dust settles!" and since this is the New Yew we nope- that the manhood of our patrons will not be left open to doubt Now is the time to subscribe, and The Bulletin hr,. ..;,i advance its list of patrons during 19i the paper will be left at your could there is The House Committee was not Im pressed by the arguments made by naval officials for ordering the marines from the warships. Eben S. Draper was inaugurated governor of Massachusetts, his address being one of tile shortest ever deliver ed in the history of Massachusots. Night Riders Are Charged with set ting fire to the large cotton warehouse of Wilson l:ros Russelville. Ark.. w hich burned, w ith a loss of Cmo bales of rot ton. Mrs. Douglas Bolton was killed an.l Miss Kva. Bolton. John Bolton. Mrs. Fred Oriell and Mrs. Fred Curtis were seriously injured in a fire at Calumet. Mich. Syireity of Food and inability of alio people to find remunerative employ ment is causing intense distress in nearly ail parts of Asiatic Turkey this winter. A Remonstrance Aga'nst Further in crease of the I nited States nav y was sent to congress by the hoard of direc tors of the American Peace society at Boston. door for 12 cents Following is a days: week. summary of the fiews printed in the Jrt-.-t six raeamp Jf; fteiisr.U 7.t t Saturday. Jan. 2 106 143 926 1175 Monday. Jan. 4 57 145 242 444 Tuesday. Jan. 5 68 115 192 375 Wednesday. Jan. 6 82 112 173 367 Thursday. Jan. 7 58 124 225 407 Friday, Jan. 8 72 130 280 482 Toia- ' ' - - 443 769 2038 3250 NEW YORK POLICE TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD FLOODED. 50 Degrees Below Zero. Winnipeg. Man., Jan. S. A severe snowstorm is raging tonight on the Crows' Nest Pass division of the Cana dian Pacific railroad. Trains are all tied up by the deep snow. The weath er is intensely cold, the thermometer registering r0 degrees below zero in manv points. Shorter Working Schedule. New Haven. Jan. S. It is understood that a s'-iiedule of four days a week and eight hours a day Is to be put in force in the local shoos of the New York. New Haven & Hartford rail road shortly. P Priest Held Without Ball on Abduction Gharqe. New Teilv. Jan. S. .Nicholas .-Siaui. the young in-lent of St. Ft Roman Catholic. Hmich of Newark, .v. .1.. who disappeared in company with 17 year old .Tulirtie Testa on New Year's eve, wag arraigned' before Magistrate Stein ert with his companion today. He was neiti without bull on a charge of abr- auctton to await the action of the New Jersey authorities. The girl was held on the technical charge of vagrancy. Both saJd they were willing to marry. Death of Rev. Horace W. Bolton. Wilmington. Xtnl, Jun. S. Rev, Hor ace W. Boitou, i D., temperance evan gelist of the Wilmington Methodist fcyxscoptii conference, died at bin home In C'mdei, Del , today from an. attack of diabetes. Or. Holtttn was born in Orritigfen, Me., liec. . lrt. IS.Hi. tie served in the Civil war with the Six teenth Maine infantry and First Maine cavalry. In the ministry he Wgan aer, v is liij, mis. a -nieanor. nostrums, all promote the 'iias.-es of the Columbia, a'e poi t o the lil Siol! tiailMilitt President Roosevelt. suppi 'lilies Washiiifilon. Jan. S. Sw tiicthe legislation, incjudiii! ion of usury, makiiis iliunl. a nd gn-i, ter i cj measures ,c general welfufe ,,- people cf the Idsti-j 'iviiininr'iiV( iM ti,( "siilenfs homes coiumN. i-d to congress tod.-iv l.v This, commission II of I to ti'.r t of was appointed to study the problem of how best to improve the conditions of the people here, especially from the standpoint of their physical, social and moral welfare. The recommendations are of vital interest to the people of the whole country. Schoolboys' Charged With Murder of Peddler. Ht. Louis. Mo., Jan. a. Five hovs ranging in age from s to 13 years, were arrested in their class rooms in ihe shaw school todav and charged with me muruar or VViiilam Wachter a ped dler, who was found with ins skull crushed yesterdas. Stubborn Fire in Offioe of Commission er Bingham. New York. Jan. 8. For an hour to night the fire department fought a stubborn blaze in the office of Police Commissioner Bingham. The fire was tinder the floor of rhe commissioner's office, and quantities of water soaked through to the basement where op erators v.ere morking the switchboard by which communication throughout the complicated teleohone system of the police department is kept up. Though copious Hoods were emptied upon their heads, the operators kept at their work until a tarpaulin had been set tip to protect them and the costly switchboard at which they were working. In this nay interruption to police work all over the city was prevented. The loss in the commissioner's office was only about $1,000. but it is feared that inspection will develop consider able damage to the switchboard. FIRE SWEPT THROUGH NEW YORK TENEMENT HOUSE. Tenants Wore All Asleep Three Bodies Found in Hallway. New York. Jan. S Three persons ar dead, another was probably fatahv burnert and half a hundred otners had narrow escapes tonieht when fire swent through a five-story tenement house a i No. Ninth avenue. Ihe bodies, those of two noy. were found burned beyond The fin iimj.-i ui ine tenants were sleeping it began in a iirint shop on the ground floor and was carried speedily through the building by means of a dumb wait er shaft. The Fire Starting, from a Soark from a cigar falling among a lot of loose mov ing picture films caused loss estimat ed at $lil.nnn in the Karba. h block, Oma ha. The 18 Marooned Men on the strand ed car ferry Pere Muruuette No. 17. near Ludingtcn, Mil ii.. were reached by the wrecking tugs when the storm subsided. The Record of the Courtmartial ' In riie case of commander Charles C. Marsh, of the United States steamship Yankee lias been roeived at the navy department. James Treadwell, once a multimil lionaire and a former director of the California .Safe Deposit and Trust com pany of San Francisco, was adjudged a bankrupt. The City Council at Port Arthur, Tex., gave to John W. Cates. on his re quest, two plots of ground, on one of which is to be erected u coeducational college to cost $ltt.'iOn. Hussein Kiazim Bey, the first am bassador appointed bv- the Turkish government to the t'nited States, was a passenger on the Vteamer Oceanic, which arrived at New York. men and A in an upper hallwav recognition. started at midnight, when The Stockholders of the American Telephoi.e and Telegraph company at a meeting authorized an increase in the capiMI stock of the company from $LT)0.t) IHV.tulO to SSOII.IIiMl.lHM). Miss Nellie O'Donneli, n former cashier for tlie Schvvai zcliild & Sulz berger Beef and Provision company of Kansas City. Jin,, was arrested on a charge of embezzling $4."0H. Supreme Court Justice Erlanger of New Yolk adjourned the application of William Hepburn Russell for the an poiiitinent of a receiver for the Wash ington hife Insurance company. Port Huron. Mich.. Jan. S. By means of two false (eeth it was defi nitely established today that Cidcon Browning of ,dai,. village was Hu man who was butchered lust Tues day evening in the little -Rattle Run" .Methodist church in Colli minis town ship. Pastor Carmichael Under Suspicion. With part of the llivsterv which hu. shrouded the brutal crime thus clear ed, the supervisors of St. Ciair coun ty immediately offered a reward or Sinn tor the arrest of Ilev. John It Carmichael of Adair, pastor of the little church, and the man who was at first supposed to have been killed dismembered and then burned in the church stoves. Teeth Found in Stove Ashes Belonged to Gideon Browning. The teeth which identified tlie dead mnif w ere found w hen the ashes from the stov e v. ere sil ted. Yeslei day's examination of them was fruitless. But today when Dr. C. J. Browner, ot St. Clair, the dentist who recent ly niade- Browning :l et of false teeth. examined tnein again more thorough ly, he decided that the blackened rel- I ics were part of Browning's set. His i decision satisfied Prosecuting Attorney I Brown that it was Browning who was I killed, anil the supervisors immcdi- ! ately offered the reward lor Carini chael's arrest and sent broadcast de tailed descriptions or tlie minister. j Description of Missing Pastor. j lie was a man over six feet tall, weighing more than ml pounds, and the description continues: "Both legs have hi en broken and he walks with a decided limp. Both his feet turn out noticeably, one at ail angle of 45 a scitr on tlie uppc on th side of his I degrees. He has lip and another hose. Mis eves are !!ht hi,,, r, 1 There i another near on one of hiB h gs below the knee. When he disap- p-a red im wore his brownish beard closely cropped at the side. Th heard and his hair, also brown show ' a little gray." His Wife and Daughter Examined. -Mis. Carmichael and Miss Carmi chael, wife and daughter of the min ister, were examined today by the prosecuting attorney here and he said afterward that he was convinced that they knew nothing about the reason for the murder nor the man's dlsap piarance. A statement todav bv Mrs, Carmichael thai her husband's' sister is an inmate of an insane asvlum in West Virginia may explain some or tile horrible features of the crime, if the authorities' suspicions about Rev. -Mr. Carmichael are borne out. Mrs. Carmichael also Raid that her husband was moody anr restlens the night be fore he disappeared, and apparently was brooding over something. Strange Intimacy Between Minister and Carpenter. It was also learned today tlait on .Monday, tile day before the murder, Rev. Mr. Carmichael came to the post ojee in Adair, apparently much agitat. 'i. and r ived a letter which he took away without, opening. It is thought that this letter may hnve had some ounertion with the strange intimacy between the minister and Carpenter, which had been noticed for a number ot wicks before their Joint disappear ance anil the ciini" in tlie church. Both the motive and Rev. Mr. Car- intch.iel s w hereabout are still known tonight. un- TWO PASSENGER TRAINS IN HEAD-ON COLLISION Near Nashua, N. H. No One Killed Four Persons Hurt. Nashua. N. II.. Jan. S. Two passen ger trams on the Worcester. Nashua and Portland division of the Boston and Maine railroad collided head-on at Hollis Depot, eight miles south of this city, tonight, injuring a passenger and three trainmen. All the injured were brought to the hospital here. It is be lieved that all will recover. Passenger train No. .".1 from Worces ter, and due in Nashua at s.l". was standing on the main line at Hollis Depot, where it had orders to wait for train No. .",. hound for Worcester. U is understood that the last named train was supposed to take a siding at that point. Imt for some reason No. .",6 ran along the main line and crashed into the loyioiive of the eastbound train. Both 'engines- were wrecked, though the engineer of No. .'iti had slowed down his train and brought it marly to a standstill when the collsion occurred. ROYAL WELCOME TO "FIGHTING BOB." Rear Admiral Evans Makes Addres at Carnegie Hall. Writs of Habeas Corpus : rati issued in behalf of Mr of New York, under imlictmi ml nection scandal. Ward. villi the cotton report were tliftmisscil bv eltlo- is.s H.ias. nt ill con- loss of life would have 1 i greater had it not been for the prompt and brave action of Nicholas Gen titer a young man of the neighborhood who was passing by. He aroused the ten ants, helped several families on the lower floors to escape and then ran upstairs to help the people there on the fourth floor he found James Fay. IS years old. unconscious from smoke and already seriously burned about tin face and body, (ientner picked up ihe boy and struggled with hiui to the rmr. Fay was hurried to a hospital, where it was said he would probablv die. Hamburg. Jan. 8. The body of Lieut, i J-aVs "trier and mother and their four Foertsch. the German aeronaut w ho 1 otller th'ldren were saved by firemen, lost his life at sea last October wa i i who rrried them from their apartment picked no in the North sea two da -s 10 tne street by means of lad iers. Tin AERONAUT'S BODY RECOVERED. That of Lieut. Foertsch, Who Was Lost in North Sea in October, Found fay Fishing Vessel. T li the ago Py the nulling sieamer Orion body was identified by papers lnii Kers oi ine ueail man. j Lieut. Foertsch was a participant in the iiiTr-rnational balloon contest that I was started from Berlin Oci. 1. He! went, aloft in the German balloon Hr- i gesoll. The balloon was picked t n i 0 mi.es northwest of H-ligo- ! there was no sign of the o. - j .vn i ne oiner aeronauts have counted for except Lieut companion. by way of tire other tenants escaped es apes or the roof. The fire was subdued with a financial loss of about S5.100. It was after this was accomplished that the firemen in searching the huiiding found the bodies of the dead. Oct. 17 1 land, but ciipants. been , Foertsch' DISTRICT ATTORNEY MAC DADE. who appeared for in the trial of Mr. the commonwealth Krb and her sister. Earthquake Lisbon. Jan. shocks were Mt ariilss southeast .of Lil.ou, Shocks in Portugal. f. Slight cartlmuake today at Kvora. Hi Mayor Given New Power. The one man power has been adopt ed by the street committee of the Wa terbury hoard of public works, in that the mayor now has the power to dis miss or suspend any officer or foreman in the street department without nv tic. This rule was adopted at a meeting of the mayor and street com mittee, held . recently. The public Jamis vacant and sub ject to sciilcjuent in t!v 1'niieil Sta'is nil the t day ef last Julv amounted b i74..15.tis acres. AMERICANS REACH ROME. Were in Sicily at the Time of tho Earthquake. Rome. Jan. S. The first of a number of Americans who were in Sicily at the time of the earthquake arrived here today. They were Harold Sherman. Miss May Sherman and Robert Fraser of Elizabeth. N. J. Mail Sack Containing $200,000 Stolen from Delivery Wagon. j Paris, Jan. 8. A mail sack contain i ing bonds, etc., worth $200,000 was stolen from a delivery wagon in the I Chausere D'Antin in broad dalyilght coday. The police have not the slight est clue to tlie thieves. Samuel P. Shane, freight traffic ager of the Ki-i-j railroad, with quarters in New York, has bee pointed general manager of tin christ Transportation compar Cleveland. leak Judge niii n-head-n ap- Gil- TO THE JURY NEXT WEEK. Arguments in the Hains Case Next Monday and Tuesday. Flushing. N. Y.. Jan. S. The de fense In the trial of Thornton J. Hains as a principal with his brother Cajit. Piter c. Hains. in the killing of William K. Ann is. came to a r lose this afternoon am! before court ad journed Justice Crane told the jury that they would undoubtedly be able to conclude their labors about the middle of next week. A full session of the court will he held tomorrow anil Prosecutor Darrin expects to get in all the rebuttal tes timony by nightfall. The defense will sum up Monday and Tuesday the state will make its plea f',,r r-onv iction on the ev:dv-.ce adduced. After the judges charse on Wediiesilav morn ing tin- jury will retire. I lie defense placed two alienists on the witness stand todav Dr. L. Mansou and Dr. 1.. Pierce Clark t prove that Cant. Peter Hains suffered from impulsive insanity when he shot Annis. I heir cross-examination vv not calculated to aid the defense, both experts disaEi'ei ing m some main es sentials of their testimony. Aged in New York Tailor Murdered His LitHe Shop. New York. Jan. 8. Louis Myers, 71 years old, a tailor, was murdered in his little shop at 413 Fourth avenue late tonight. A pressing iron, covered with blood, was used to batter in tlis old man's face and head. Robbery was probablv the lnoclv. Myers lived in Brooklyn, and 'his abaer.ee frtim home tonight led to an aJrra belnfglren to the police. The latter broke into the tailor shop and discovered the crime. Steamship Arrivals. At Southampton, Jan. 7: Adriatic, from New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg. At Rotterdam, Jan. 7; Noordam, from New York. Prof. Harry G. Seeley Dead. London. Jan. S. Prof. Harry G. Seo. ley, the well known geologist and min eralogist, is dead. He was born ir London Feb. IS, 183S. Nominated for Postmaster at San Juan Washington. Jan. 8. The president today nominated Walter K. Landis as postmaster at San Juau. Porta Rjco. U. S. Supply Ship Culgea at Part Said. Messina. Jan.- 8 The United State supply ship Culioa. arrived this morn ing from Port Said. Adolph .inert, a Frankfort. Ger- ,,.,,,c rrr pe,,r e. u:. , ,taillie killed r. onO.flno boss during the last largest years New York city's nevy p, n I tertiary, planned for Rik'ts Islaivl. irl be the in the vvrrbj and will aecMn- moa'a.te I men and l-oe Himen. THE THIRTEENTH CENSUS. Bill Passed Providing Conditions Taking the Census. for SAMVKL V.. DO.VNKI.LV. the L'li.WJ enjoy tue The u pirrbbc yiimei- ot Stales. Mr. Donneliv greatest confidence of the admmijtn ticn. ie ras at one time sent to in vestigate the canal zone by Presides ftoo'evelt. He is also a warm friend of PresMUMU-eleori T?l and in all irob atiiVitT will be rtaind by the nu ouunif ad min ira tisn. Tv, a-liington. Jan. s. Tin- seiiaie pas.-ed a hill today providing condition-i under which the thirteenth census shall ho taken. The house hill, which was under consideration, was amended to allow printing and binding of rinsi.s reports to be don.- by private contra -t instead of by ilie government printing office i found desirable bv the director of tin' census. An amendment placing the appointment of ::.:,uu census ofllc clerks under the civil service commis sion was defeated. Senator Cuiber-on's resolution l:i . structing tin' committee on the judi ciary to report whether tlx- president hail autlioriiy to permit the absorption of tin' Tennessee Coal and Iron com pany by tin- I'liiiid States Slefl cor poration was adopted. Former President of Coachmen's Union Commits Suicide. Boston. Jun. S. Daniel J. .Mooiny, fi-r:nef president of the Coachmen's mi. ion. committed suicide tonight by tak ing poison. Auioney ).u,i her-n driver for President Roosevelt, who commend, cd his skulul v.i irk on n visit here four ears ago. ami had also driven Prince Henry of Prussia when the latter v is iti o this r'itv on his tour of the Cnited States. Moonev- had been on; of work of late ami was despondent. Trinity College Senior Class Officers Elected. Hartford. Conn.. Jan. ti. Til.- follo.v ing officers wen- elected, by the senior class of Trinity college today: Presi dent. Israel L. Saunders. Broken Bow. Neb.: vice president. Clinton L. Backus! St. Paul. .Minn.: secretary ami treas urer, . Alllliir S. Keau. W"liali,her-Wj-Ii Copper Company Concentrator Burnsd, El Pa3i. Tex.. Jiu. 8 The concen-ii-tor nn:l ore bins of the Calumet an.l Arizona Copper lipany at Clifton. Ariz., hurtled last nicht. causing i complete sbiililovvii of the mines and si:-elter, ljo.-s Jlnu.fOo. New York, Jan. S. In an auditorium resplendent with color furnished by the free use of naval Insignia in th decorative ache me am) toy the num bers of brilliant naval uniforms on the platform and amongst the audi ence.' Rear Admiral Kobley D. Evan was given a royal welcome to New York touisht by the Navy league members of this city whom' be lui come to address at Carnegie halL "Fighting Bob's" appearance vva heralded by a trumpet blast which called a company or sixty naval bat talion members to the platform, th sailors standing nt attention, while the admiral, supported j,y crutches, slowly made his way upon the stage. The audience rose and shouted it welcome to its distinguished guest n ht stood bowing until the applause hae" subsided. Introduced by Gen. Horace poster as "mil' of the greatest sailors In Am erican history, " Rear Admiral Kvans made his way to the front of the stage and stood for n moment until another wave of applause and cheering hd spent itself. Hi' then seated himself on a chair that had been placed fr him. tugging the audience's Indulg ence for his sitting posture during hs talk. ONE THOUSAND BODIES DUG FF.OM REGGIO RUINS. Safe of Bank of Italy, Containing 3, 00C.000, Has Been Located. j K'Rgio. Jan. . All the wonaded j have been removed from Regtio. arid l .'""i lel'jies have departed from the j town, idle thousand bodies; have been dug from the ruins of fallen buildings arm ,nuri"ii in improvise.! cemeteries. Amoiij' others who ocaN'd uninjured when :) shock came were three chil dren, who alter having been buried In the debris of ttin-ir homes for seven days, gut out unaided, burrowing like nine. A niaei and his wife also have been found uninjured beneath ruins, vvliev,. i!i,.y had lain for eight doy subsisting en a jjint of olive oil. The sale or :he Rank of ltu.lv. con taining S:t,0o.v(iu, has been found. At Sinopoli all ihe houses were dr. stroy.d except three built after ths earthquake or l!Ho of hollow brick, with a wire pasting through them nnri uniting thi'in in a vertical line. whtl in t ! i -- tro noiher wire united the dif ferent lines lioi izontally. thus making the whole building compact. Fresh earthotiuUe shocks are being felt here, at RrancaJeone and Messina, each nigM. They Mre preceded by es plncinns. and buildings that were no totally destroved In the big shork ar being further damaged. NATIONAL BANK EXAMINER AT LARGE APPOINTED. Will Keep Comptroller Posted on Workings of Regular Examiners. Washington. Jan. g. Cora nt roller of the currency Murray. In accordance with his purpose of making a speci-ii examination of every national bank in the country found to be In an unsatis factory jnndition. anil to reuuuv tr il'l.iiis to be immediately placed in sat isfactory shape, appointed K. F. Rora biicfc of .Marietta. O.. a naiional hank mi miner at large ioda,v. The comptr iller ',urp..e to have these special examiners investliate ji:1 report to him confidentially whenever il may he deemed liecess m v how thor oughly and intelligently the regular ex aminers perform their din ics. AERONAUT ESCAPES DEATH. Caught in Fall to the Earth by String of Telephone Wires. Columbus, Ga.. Jan. . Jack Pan...- an aeronaut, giving exhibitions at th.. Phoenix City Al.) fair, ew-aned nrnh. able death today hv belnr rcuivht n his dem ent to earth by a. strinir of tel- t-phoiir- wire. Five thouu4 people xpeTlen.:td thrill as Pane?' paj ( '. chute, in which he was Dranii t Ju.t.p, failed fo opa when the aeronaut cut loose from nis balloon. He struck: the wU'es witn terrific force anal thew siii-god beneath hta weight. He rescued witl- difllcp.lly by a eotrtfuin'nii climbing a tree near kv. He was sal seriously injured.