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.Md ra'aiie l.^'lerrUlo's'trugRle for hl: lifo. Wlthout liivosllgatlng further Brown fled to hl* hoh.e ,wheie hc hn< n Itey to tbr church. || Hn returned and loeked tlie doors ftiH] hniiicd to Iho vlllngn of Hlokey from whlch place ho uotlflcd the sher lff's oflico ttt 1'ort Huron. lHuly ln Stovo*. Tho aulhorltles, on thelr arrlval m tho church. found parts of the tlis membercd body "In Iho two stoves lo rnted, ivspecihcly. nt the front nn< i-enr. nud di*covcrcd In one stove thi iiead of whnt was nppnrenlly a nov, hatcllct, the Itandlc of whlch had Decr ?'Minwd off. A ditk was also fouml ln the church nnd it is bellevbd t.ntt tho dlrjc seryerl for the murder. whlle'the iialehet was li.'icd lo cut the body to pleces. The mlnIster's horse waa found to-dity tled to :i trec In tho village of Pino River. Iho dead man's overcoal belng tllscovered in the buggy. Art of I't-rvort. " The lu-li.-f Ik growlng thnt Ihc buteli erlng of the unoffendin;. preat'her was tlie act of a pervert. nn there Ik no itidfcatlon whatever of uuy niolive for the crlme, aside from nn ov-fpowcrlng lnst for Wood. It has been pointed out thnt ihc Carmlchael tragedy occurred wJthin two miles'nf tho place where e few yeara ngo .Inhn Staley was found murrlered. The mystcry of Stale-y's death was never solvedi Ile wns found dead In a culvort, wjtit hls/'D'dCll rltt ? llr-d by shot, alugs, huii.'ts and yarious Iiits of scrap nict.il.' The tfuthbrltlea are trucliin the movninents ot a huu wittcd Tlian who Iives In tho dlstrlct where the crlme was cornmltted. They are at the same tlme following the Clue regardlng the stranger who ar? rlved at Iliekey yesterday niiu was dlrected .to the Columbus Church. ? One of the prlnclpal means of iden tincatlon of the mlnlstcr'a mutllated body was hls apcctaclcs, found In a case murked with hls name. and l.vlng nmong the blood-stalnecl frngmerUs of his clothlng on the tloor of tho church. ? Dr. Uanson, of Port Huron. tuecoun ..tv physiclnn, who acconipanlcd SherilT Wagensell nnd Prbsecutbf Brown to the scene of the murder, took charge of the bones found ln tho stoves. L>r. Uanson t-ald to-nlght that whlle tho trutik of tho hodv was comparatlvely llttlo burned, tho onlv tjones of tho llnibs that could be recognl_erl were a fore arin and a femur. Tho base of tho akull was airo recoVored. SCORES G0~VEflN0R Nlcht Rlders' Attorney Hriugs lp Cnr muck KUIlii- I" Arguuicnt. UNION CITY, THNN., .lanuary C.? ?Jfftpr a hitter attack on tho Governor of the State and an attempt lo bring the killlns of former Unlted States 8enator Fdward W. Carmack Into tho case, Rlco Picrce, senlor counsel for the cight alleged night rlders on trhil for the murder of Captaln Qiientin Ranklh, to-day was rcprliunnded by Judge .Ioiips. ? Mr. Plerce was prcparlng to close Ms argument for the defense, and was discusslns; the festimony of Fehrlngor, Hogg and Morrls, night rlders who turned :-?t:ito"s evldence; Mc launwiert into a violenl denunciation of Gover? nor Patterson. . "The Governor 6t tlie State." he sald. "after sondihg an army Into Obion iountv to trample on tho rlghts of tho people, io imutcli honest men from their hbrues and bully thom and ubuse tfcom then offered a reward of $10,000 for tho arrest of Kankin's murdcrcrs," sald Plqrco. "1 <lo not approve of ? "i denouncc murder, whetlicr lt ls a ebwardly assasslnatlon on the streets ot o>ir ettpHal or any cqUally cowardly nviv.ler on iho banks of Reol Foot Unke. But 1 aiibmlt that all men are e .nal before th" law, and tho man or men who assasslnated Cafmack are en titlcd to no better treatment than those who kllled Uirnkin. "After fllllng Obion county wlth tho army nnd abualpg dtizens, whnt does Pnttersori do, thls .Governor of the State? He sends for Frank Fehrlnger and Ilersoh.l Hogg aiul Wad Morrls an,l he briberi them lo perjure thom a'clyca to send honest mon to the gaV lows." ? Several' tinicii tho attorney repeated thls cliarge, and then Judge Jones sald: ' "The cuur-t does not believo thnt the judiclary should pcrmlt to ptfsu uiino tlced fliis assault ou the Chlef Execu? tlve of the State. Thero is nothlng in Ihc testtmony to sustain counsel's charges. Thu witnesses swore repeat t-dly that what Uouarnor Patterson told them was that If they would tell the tiulli he would glve them an uncon dltlonal p'ardon. and see that they got out of the country. In no way is it In evidenco that he offered them pardon to Involvo. any one in tlie murder." "But," retorted Plerce, "these wit? nesses, or onv of them, at least, swore that If Patterson had not offered him the pardon,i hc. would not have made tho confes^Ioh.. Jtlst what else he of? fered them. I do not know, but 1 be? llevo I have a rig... to say ho bribed the witnesses to perjure themselvea." "Mr. Plerce," agaln said the court, these remurks are hlghh- Impropor and the court will not permlt you to make them. Gentlemen of tho jurv there ls nothlng in evldence upon' which the charge against the Governor can be based." Mr. Plerce had spoken neariy two hours, when.he was stopped by .Tudi_o .Tonea. Court adjourned a few mlnutci later untll to-morrow, wlth two-hours of tlmo stlll (o tho defense's credlt The case should go to tho Jurv on Thursday. Juror Rosson. who is stlll IU with nieasles, ls being kept ln the court? house. A room has been fltted up for hlm, and ho Is carrled from it to hia chalr each time court opens. Ho has r hlgh fover, but is determlned to -e main on- the juo' tlli tho trlal end3. MUST LEGISLATE Altoruey-General lteporU on tlie Con? dition of tlie Ga? In Wnahln'gton. WASHINGTON, .lanuary 6.?In a' re? cent communlcatlon to President Roose? velt. Secretary Wilson, of the Depart? ment of Agrlculture. dlrectlng atten? tlon to tho ctrcurastances surroun_t'lng the deatli of a -famlly in this city, caused by inhaling alr charged wlth carbon-monoxlde, sald, that an oN-ami ratlon of tho gas supply of Wnshlng. ton, made by tlie Bureau of Chemlstry, disclosed tlie 'presence of a largo per eentage of poluonou.. carbon-monoxlde, arid he referred the matter to the President for actlon. ;The President traniiultted the lettor to Attorney-General Bonaparte, who dlifeted Dlatrlct Attorney Baker ti InvosUgato tho clreumstancns. Mr Baltor reported thfU'no actlon ln tlli premises oould be taken by tho De part mon t of .Justice. . ln dlscusslng tho sltuatlon, Attor ney-Oenoral Bonaparte transmlts tc tho President nll tho correspondenco He polnta out that tim Washlngtoi Ons Llght Company linff tlie sanctlot of Congress for tho manufneturo 01 wtilor gns, the only restrictlon heln? thnt Ita lllttmlnatlng power ahnll bo 01 n certaln candlo powor. "The remedy." says the Attorney* General, "lles In leglMatton." "PARIS IS DAZED "Coitnt" I.otiln Hnmon, Allns "Chclro, llic PnlinlKt," Dfunpttenra Siitldcnly. PARIS, .lanuary 0.?"Count" hotils Hnmon, formerly known ln Amerlca and Europe as "Cholro. tho Palmlst, nnd beforo that aa plaln John Warner. Is a ftigitlve from Fmnco to-nlght. and the entlrn Amerlcan and English cnlony ls illsctisslng ono of the ,nnst meteorlc and mysterions careers whlch ever daazled Parlslan society. Hnmon is charged with emnezzie ment, and hls sumptiiou.i ufftces. whove ho edltotl a newspaper called "Tho Amerlcan Register," und conducted 11 bank nnd other onterpiisos, to whlch Americana loaned capltal, aro hore nnd etnply. scorea of credltors havlng rtescehded nnd nolzeil everythlng. Tho coniplalnahts against Hnmon are Mrs. Jttlla P. 'Newell and Mlss Josephlno Pomerov. formerly of Now York, but now resldents of Paris, who declnro that thev turned over to Hnmon stocks to the marktt vulue ot $500,000, on whlch Hnmon agreed to rnlse a loan through . ..omlon. banks of $150,000. Thev allego, however, that Hamon neither iiegotiated thoUoan nor re? turned the stocks, ln ce-nsequence of whlch thoy begnn a crlmlnal nctlon against tlip Hamon bank. An examlning maglstralc opened an investlgation. after whlch, accordlng to Hamon's secretary'. Hamon, lenrning tliat a v.-arrnnt was about to bo Issued for hla arrest, io'ft for London. Slnce" hc -arrlved in Parls In 1902, when he transformed hlmself from "Chclro. the Palmlst," to "Count Ha? mon," ho has had'easy access to socte (y. There aro reports that Hamon and hls frlends, as tho result of thelr hlgh connecliton, woro able to "arrange" ir.any mnrrlages among peoplo of hlgh stauding in tho Anglo-Atnerlortn colo ny. Everybody talkert of the mysterl cuus "Count" Hamon, hls dnshlng man? ner, hls horses, hl3 vast buslness ven tiires and of hls bunk and his socloty paper. But Hamon's llfe before he catne.to Parls "wns a grcat mystery. It was known that he had ,6oen "Chciro, tho Palmlst." who. it was said, had ac qulred vast sums of monev ln England and Amerlca, but how he had acquired tho tltle of "count" wus, not known. nor did that fact causc much anxlety. WOULD BRIBE WIVES Witness Tells of luTetlttod* Used by tlie stniKlnrd OII Agen.s. NEW YORK. January 6.?Testlfylng to-day in: the sult to dissolvo tho Stand? ard Oll Company. Georgo J. L. Wolff, Baltlmore manager for the Crcwe-I_e vlck Company, sald tho testlmony glven yesterday by Brtice Robinson, a Standard witness. that the Crewe-Le vlck Company had offered cut prices to tho Standard's customers was falso. Mr. Wolff assertcd that the cut was made by the Englo OII Company, one of the concerns absorbed by tho Stand? ard. The wltneas said a Mr. Blaustein, who operated the Eagle OII Company, visited the Orewe-Eovlck Company's rustomcrs and made ptoffers of silk drosB.s, electric fans and other pres cnls to tho wive.i of tho oll dealers if they would Induce thelr husbands to buy oil of tho Eagle Company. Mr. Wolff rald an employe of his company who was disoharged carricd away u l6t of books and data from the Crewe-Lovick Company's offlce, and was employed by Mr. Blaustein. Thls employe then secured a wagon from rho Eaglo Company, paintcd In tho col? ors usually employed by th0 Crowe 1-cvlck Company, and aollcited trade from his former customers, the witness sald. Iteferrlng to a pamphlet publlshed by hla.-company, counsel for the Stand? ard asked whether or not the Crewo Levlck Company owned "certaln rlch oll-produclng lands," its own pipe lines and a number of oll and gasolone plants, ns stated In the pamphlot. Mr Wolff replied that whlle he had no per? sonal knowledgo of the oll lands or plpe lines, he could not say that they dld not exlxt. Mr? Wolff told of the tank wagon drivers he liad taken away from the Standard Company and Mr. Blauateln's Eaglo Oil Company, each of whom had brought hlm qulto a lot of Standard customers. "I got more customers from the Standard than they got of mlne," he added gleefully. W. H. Fazenfeld, a Baltlmore em? ploye of tho Red C Oll Company, tes tifled flrst concernlng certaln allega tlons mado by tho Red C Oll Company Mr. Fazenfeld denled that his com? pany had recelved complaints concern? lng over-gauging in Yorkville, S. C, and one or two other small Southern lowns, as alleged. - "Has your company recelved com? plaints of over-gauging?" was asked. "We recelved such complaints," re? plied. ihe wwness, "but that was whcn I tho so-called bogus companles were operatlng against us. We asked our i customers to measuro the barrels per i sonally." He added that they lost no customers on account of over-gauging. At this polnt a recoss was taken untll 'to morrow. CHICAGO FIRES Coiiflugriittoii ln Stock Vnids nud Hnnd-ome lllluol.* Club Durus. CHICAGO, ILu, January ti.?Fire at tho stock yards to-nlght doatroyed a largo part of the lertillalug plant of Darllng & Co., and burned largo stores ot clieraicals, causing exploaions and Injurlng a number of flremon by fall? lng walls. Damage to the extent of $"i00,000 was cailsed. For hours every avallable flromnn ln the city fought in below ssqi-o weather to provent a spreaa of the, f lambs. tlirough tho stock yards. Tlio' londnts oft thlrty houses nearby were drlven Into tlie streets, und many of the 2.0 omployea of the' company ln tho bulldlng al tho tlme The stomaeh is a larger (actor in " lifc, liberty and tho pur suit of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsiu. The confirmed dys peptic " ts fit for treason, stratagem. and spoils." The mim Who goes to the front for 1ns country with a weak stomaeh will be a weak soldier and a lault finder. A aound stomaeh makes for good citizenship aa vrcll as for health and happiness. Di.eascs of the stomaeh and other organs of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by tho use of Vr. PIERGE'S UOlurcx MEDHSAL DISCOVERY. It builds up tho body wlth sound fleah and solld muscltt. The dealer who offcrn a substitute lor the "Discovery" is only seeking tn make tlie little more proiit realized on tlio sale of less meritorious prcparatious. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is Btmt free on receipt of atamps to pay expense of mailiug only. Send 21 on_-e.iit stamps for the paper covered hook, or 31 stumps /or tlic.eU.lh. liound. Addre.s World's Dit.pent.nry Medical A.sociatlon, Ii. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y, I >**V\V^vw The Berry Sale of Fine Winter Clot hiug Begins This Morning. Men and Boys' mb?t fashionable Suits and Otfercoats offered at prices that will make every man and boy jump for his hat. Don't delay your at tendance, as'weknow by experience how ready tne response is when 'regular Berry garments go to selling at a third to a fourth off their prices. Come and see the snappy selling. The reason for all this is,ours?YOU are only interested in get ting a nice, juicy bar? gain. Think of a fresh, stylish $20.00 Berry Suit or O'coat for a mere Twelve-Seventy-five ! Yet 'tis true. $12.50 and $15 Suits and Overcoats at $ 9.75 $18.00 and $20 Suits and Overcoats at $12.75 $22.00 to $28 Suits and Overcoats at $17.75 $35.00 and $38 Suits and Overcoats at $24.75 , Sale of Manhattan Shirts. Consider this, that buying in great volume as we do we get not only the choicest pat-' terns, but patterns that are confined strictly to us. Gorae and see. $2.50 Fancy, Stiff Bosoms, at $1.85 $2.00 Fancy, Stiff Bosoms, at $1.45 $1.50 Fancy, Stiff Bosoms, at $1.15 Broken lots of White and Fancy $1.50 Shirts, at. 85c Another Berry Hat Sale. An aggregation of Derby and Soft Hats in new shapes and all the various ahades that sold up to $3:? Beginning To-Day, Only Children's $1.50, ,$1.75 and $2.00 ylO Tam O'Shanters, for absolute choice TrOC The Boys Have a Great Showing. Juvenile Suits. With Straight "Pants? $4.50 and $5.00 Suits at $2.75 $6.00 and $6.50 Suits at $3.75 With Knicf\erbocker Pants? $7.00 and $7.50 Suits at $$.75 $8.50 and $9.00 Suits at $5.75 ??t Double~Breasted Suits. $6.00 and $5.50 Suits at $3.75 $7.50 and $6.50 Suits at $4.75 $9.00 and $8.50 Suits at $5.75 All with Knickerbocker Pants except those at $3.75. Boys' and Girls' Reefers. $12.00 and $10.00 Reefers at - $6.75 $9.00 and $8.50 Reefers at - - $5.75 $7.50 and $7.00 Reefers at - - $4.75 Boys' Overcoats same way. ' Boys' $1.50 and $1.25 Kid Gloves at 95c Boys' $1.15 and $1.45 Odd Pants at 95e erry Main and EleventK Streets. narrowly eseaped. Tlio flro ls B_p posed to have startcd among bonedust In th_ drylng room of Darllng & Co.'s buildtng, known as Biflldlng "A." . Valuable Art Dcstroyed. "" Tho Illinois Club, constltuting wlth lts spiendid art gallery ono of tho his torlo lnndmarks of the xwost slde of Chlcago, was destroyed by firo .to nlght, entallln'g ?3-G,000 danmgos. Starting in tho art gallery, mipposedly froni crossed electric wlres, tho flamos _wept raplctly through the bulldlng, md in less than an hour the structuro, with all its art treaaures, was a mass 3f ice-covered ruihs. The flrcmen, working in a temperaturo sevora) do sree.. bolow zero, fought Hard to savo the art garlory, whlch was valued at UV5.000. 1 r~ C'nmiMtuy Ooe* to "Wall. NKAV YORK, January 0.?Tho Melro lolitan Kurcty Company, a recelver for vhlch was appointed in Albany to-day. .vas organlaed in 1905, wlth a capltal )f $-.0,000; Inoreasod lator tho samo ,'ear to $500.000. The company dld a argo businese ln tho bondlng of con ractors, Foderal, State and munlolpul, ho bondlng of depo.lts, nnd in lusnr nicii against burglary. Several large ilalms, which it was forced tc pr.y ibout the timo of tho flnanclal dt_ jresblon of 1007, deploted its siirplu?. md during last year it faced furtht-r llfllcultles of tho samo nature. HE IS H0PEFUL )aily Atlvicen Ilelug Ilueelvocl fr<>?? -Mr llitelittnaii uu Vvnexuuluu Sltuatlon. WASHINGTON, D. C, January C? >ully advicos are belng rocoivod al the Hale Department from "Wllllam I. iuchanan, tho Amertoan special eom nlsaloner, who lu now in Caracas, cou luctlng n'egotiatlons with tlio Gonioz tovosjim?nt,hiivln* la. x__._t tim ieftch-. Ing of an understandlng regardlng a basis of settlemont of tlie internatlonal questlons pendlng between the Unlted. States and Venezuela, as a prorequls lto for tho resumption ot diplomatlc relations. Mr. Buchnnan'a dlspatches are hopo ful in tenor, but ..how that no detinlto conclusions havo been yet reaohod, Hia lnstructloiis aro very broad and form tho basla on which .hls negotlations with the Venezuelan government are conducted, lletter Oft' lu Jall. JACKSON. KT? January C?Follow? ing tho refusal of hls mother to pay lines totaling $90..' Beach Hargls was to-day returned to jall to serve out Jall sentences whioh wero Impoaetl as an alternatlve punishmont for shootlng in tho streets of'? Jaekuon' yesterday. Mrs. Hargis's refusal to pay her son's flnes was promptod. lt ls said, by ad vloo that he would bo safer ln Jall, and there ls no prospeot of hls^immedlate reloase. Young Hargls on Monday last was roleused on $25,000 bond, .following the falluro of a trial Jury at Irvino. Ky., to ugrao as to hls guilt or Innooenco of tho murder of hls father, former J?idge James Hargls. Withln a few hours after his arrlval In Jackson ho had been' twice arrested?onco for shootlng lu tho streets and, onco lor druhkenncBs. Comniission ers Meet. Tlio Board of Pollce 'Con-ihU-loncw. nv?t last night ln montlily n-BSion, but only rou tlno buslness waa brought. up. Tlio donart ment s?oins to be HOttleil for tlio year's work, nnd there'are not likuly to bo othor chang.s for a whlle at least. 'Wlifcnvil.'M _iii|iroveiueiit_. WAS-IITNGTON, D, C!., January 0.? There will bo no goneral rivers and harbors blll at tho presont seuslpn of Con gross, but there wlll bo aomo letf? islution foi" watei'way,-. impwjvem-nif. Daily Court Record. Siote Supreme Court. Proceedlngs ot tho Supreme Court ot Ap ptals ol Virginia yesjerday woro; Commonwoalth vs. MoCuo'a oxecuton Fully orguod .by Daniol Harnion .or th oxecutors, and Attorney Cioneral Andorsoi for tlio C'ommonwealth, and submltted. Parks vs. Commonwaalth and Clopton va Con. mdnwoalth. .Subrnlttod on brlefs Commisslon of Fisherles vs. Hamptoi noads Oyator Packers' nnd Planters' Asso oiatlon. Pnrtly urtrued by Wllllam W. Old Jr.. for appollaat. and J. J_. Jeffrles for ap pelloe, and continued. "^-Noxt cases to be called: Jordan ' vt Sniith, oystor Inspeotor; Chosapeako nnc Ohio Itallwny Company va. Hall's ndihln Ictrator; Chesapeake und Ohio Rallwa' Ccnipany vs. Pow; fftrauso vs, Rlobmoni Wood Working Company; Bowo vs. city n '-Richmond et al.; Wood's exectilora vs. Woo, oi al., and Holloy vs, Rolloy'a exooutrl. ot al., bnlug Nos.^Sr S, 12 and 20 to 23, In oluslve, on tho argument dockct. " POLICE COURT CASES -.-__ \ Important Cn-e? Continued nn Account o Alisenco cif Luwyers, Tho cosos against Ilei'iry Aaron and Janie H. .Dabney, tho one charged wlth'havliii snatcbed a watch from Commonwoalth'. Attorney 15. W.- Hubbard, of' Bucklughan county; tlio other wlth havlng had It ii hla possession, wore'agaln continued in th Pollce Court yesterdnj' morning, Counsc fo>- tlio pilsoiiffi's liiui to atten'd cases In th. Kustlngs Court, and llr. Hubbard o.vprassei hls wllllhgness to walt. Frank JJrowti (coloio:!), 'eharged wlll huvlng tnkon an ovoruont Ciom .lulian \V Tyler, was .oiitenced lo Iho negro Ttefarm alcry foi'tlueu' yoais. , Tho .'cauo uguina. F.edqrlck Sternlteliuej tlie Brook Aveuuo Junk doalor, olmi'ged wlt 'Iiavlns a quantlty oi rallroad br:insos li liM possession, wiw I'lmllniiiMl to Kuturda ou account of tliO nbseitou ot tlio Cominon wenlth's Attorney,-who was lu tho l.usilnu Court, ? ' Tb? nh t|iWt ?t H, jltirrU, alloa U W. Gfasgw, iiispeeted of hftvlnnr. aloleti pnods In hls posse.slon, waa cbntlnuod ta January 10th ln order to ?lv? Detaetlvo Wren more tlmo to work up the evldence, MANY PERMITS ' linllilliiRTs and ItepnlM Authnrlzed In Many fnriM of ihe City. Bulldlng and repnlrs permlt* wero Issued ynsterdny from tho offlce of the Building Ilispector n* follown: Virginia Bonded Warehouse Corporatlon, lo orect a brlnk warehouse on the norlli slde of Car'y Htreet between Seventeeuth nnd Elghtoeulh Htreet J, to cont % 50,000, Wllllam V, Curno'al, to Sireot ono brick tenemcnt,' tliroe dWelllng_,on tha north sldo of Clay filroet between Harrlson and Han ceck Htreots, lo cost $4,200. Mrs. Ij, Mary Hnrpor, to ernot a frame Icnement, twn dwelllng*,' on tlio east sldo of Twenty-ninth Htreet between O and u Streets, to cost $1,200. Alllo B, Kcrgusson, lo oroct a detnchnd frsmo dwelllng, No. 3102 Eaat Clay Htreet, to cost '1000, PRESENT FOR MR. FOX; .Miellng of AU I'ubllr Hrhonl Teacher* to .Adnpl Approprint. ItesoIuUon*. At nn Informnl meetlng of the' teachers of tlio Richmond Hlgh School, recently hold, Mlsvea Van Vort nnd Appnrson nnd Mr. J. Taylor Robertson woro appointed a ootnmlr tcn to confer wlth teachers of other schools wlth a view of calling a meetlng of nll tho pvbllo school tencbers ot Blchmond for tlio purpose of drawlng nppropriato resnlutlonn to be presented to Mr. Wllllam P. Fox, tho rellrlng supsrlntendont. lt Is tha Idea to prcr.ent Mr, Fox wlth come token of cstcem, n. thnre aro few persons now In tho FChoots wh" dld not begln thelr work under hls gctdnnce, Tho meetlng of tcaeher* wlll be held next week. flcts VusKtir (iradimlr. The managament of Wcstmlnster School for Olrls hns secured the sorvlees ot Mlss Charlotte Koltowe Wheelor, of Now York, n B. A, grnduuto of Vassar College, who 11 li!. nfter Janunry 111lt. havo charge of thn I.faflh nnd mathematto ciasses. In sccurlng the servlces of a full graduate of Vassar t? take charge of these classes'the manage? ment ls very fortunate. Dr. Hon. Miulo Tresident. Dr. B. A. Hord wast last night installed president of the Church Hill-Medical So? clety nt n meetlng of doctors held In the Chlmborazo Sanatorlum. Other offlcers scutcd wero Dr. C. W. Mfc-sey, flrst vlce pie-ident; Dr. George Ga}*,. second. vlco prealdent; Dr. J. O. Trnnt, thlrd vlce-prcst dent, and Dr. Raymond Garcln, secretary aud treasurer. Only Knutlno Iluslnesa. Tho State Milltary Board met at the Cepltol yesterday afternoon, but thn busl? ness dlsposed of wen almost wholly routlnn In its nature. Adjutatit-Oonerai Anderson whcn setn aftor tbc meetlng adjourned nald that practlcally nothlng was consldcred of general publlo Interest. Burned Wlth t'niull.. Annie Jackson (colored) wns arrested yesterday by Detcctlves Wlltshlro and Wllcy on susplclon pf havlng nssa,ultcd and burnod Wllllo JlcCoy wlth some caustlo fluld. Waverly Bates (colored) was arrested on a chnrgc of klcklng Susan Hlcka In tho abdomen last December. Jones Gets One Year. Jchn Jonos (colored). charged wlth break Ing Into tho offlces of .he Virginia State Fair Association, waa sentenccd to one >'<>ar In iho penitentiary in the Henrlco County Clrcuit. Court yesterday morulng. Jones ror.fesaed to liavlng beon under the grand stanrt where the ofTlces aro -Itualed, but dcnlcd that he had broken In. One New Charter. The Corporatlon Commisslon yesterday Is.i-cd a charter to tho Colonlal Br-ach Company of Alexandrla. C. II. Syme, pre? Idoilf. J. T. Khcrrier. vice-pres|dent; C. H. St John, treasurer?all of Washltigton, D. C.' Capital: Maximum. J300.000; minlmum. JoO.000. Objects: Stcamboat line. Qualltied ns Executor. Mr. Gr.er B. Nlcholls qualid-d yesterday ln the Ohancery Court as adrnlnlxtrator of the cstato of Mrs. Cynthla Askew. The cstato was small. Sinklng Fund Comrolssloners. The Board of Sinklng Fund Commlsslon era wlll meet to-day at noon ln tho offlce ot tho City Audltor. Mlzpiili Chapier Sleets. Mizpath Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star wlll hold lts regular monthly meetlng ln the Masonlc Temple ot 3 P. M. to-day. An tnterestlng meetlng Is expeeted. as work wlll ba done In the degrees of the order. THIRTY-FOUR DR0WN _? ?-? Russlnn and Greek Stcniner. Colllde nnd IluMtnn Goeii Doirn. ODESSA, January 6.?Tho Russian steamer Sviatoslav, wlth a crew of thlrty-eight, came into colllslon near Novorosstsk__..wlth the Greek steamer Poseldon to-day. The Sviatoslav sank withln threo minutes. Four of lmr crew managod ln tho moment of the colllslon to get aboard the Poseldon and wero saved. The thlrty-four othor members of the crew were losc. COLD FOR A -WEEK. fcero Temperature Expeeted In Vlrglaln nnd Frce_ine 1" Florida. ?WASHINOTON. D. C, ' January 6.-r The cold wave ls pcrslstent in the Northwest, and tlils morning lt covcrs the entire norttfern and central por tlons of tho country between the Rocky Mountaino and tho Appalachianp. It -wlll overspread tho East and South to-nlght to the Atlantlc and the Gulf, and it wlll bo stlll colder ln the lnterlor. The*cold wave wlll maintaln its sovere character and wlll contlnue over iho eastern half of the country untll about the end of the presont weok, although there will be some modora tlon in the central west by Friday or Saturday. , ' ... The line of zero temperaturo wlll probably extond Into Northorn and ex treme Western Virginia by Friday morning and freezlng temperaturo may bo expeeted in Northorn Florida Thurs? day morning, and as far South as the twenty-slxth parallcl on Friday morn? ing. The weather, wlll bo genorally fair except along the eastorn slope of the Rocky Mountalns, where" there wlll be snow for a day or two. THE WEATHER Forecast: Virglula and Nortli Caro Uun?Fair wlth a cold wave Thursday n"d Friday. CONDITIO-VS YESTERDAY. 8 A. M. temperature-. lluinldlty.V. ? U_ Wlnd, dlrectlon. N,W. W'ind, volocity. S Weathor .';'.Cloudy Rainfaii . ,\ ..,.0.45 12 noon temperaturo. 00 !) P. M. tomporaturo. , t>4 Maximum temperaturo up to C P.M. 05 Minlmum temperature up to 0 P. M. r.2 Mean temperaturo .. .?. 58 Normal temperatui**". 38 ExceBs. In, temperaturo yesterday.. 20 A(jpu,Tn. oxcoss In temperature slnce Jautuary 1st. 01 Accu?h-excess?hi.rainfaii slnco. January 1st.0.07 CONBITIONS I3f _?I-?0-l'lWNT CITIES. (At 8 P. M., Eastern Standard'Tlme.) Place. Thor. H. T. Weatiiur Ashevillo ??.. -12 a- Cloudy Augusta ...'. G0 (18 Clear Atlanta. '12 ' 51 Cloudy Butfalo. 12 ?o Raln Clncinnatl ....... II! 21 Ralu Hattaras. 52 J}8 ' Clear Jnokaonvllle .... 60 01 Clear ? New Orleans. 62 62 .Clear Oklahoma City... 12 ,12 Cluar, Plttsburg ..?. 1(5 ,'lfi Raln Ncrfolk.C0 (10 Cleav Italelgli . 51 ea Clear Tampu . 68 GB Cloar Washlngton. 30 Rl Clear Wilmingtun . 50 GS Cloar .MIMATUHI. AWlAXA't?.., ? January 7... 1000. . Hun risea... ...7:27 l.IOlrt'TJDK. "'? .Sun sots.5:07 Morning. ... ..5:2j Moon risea..,..C;29 J-veuh-g.._R?" COLDS CURED IN ONE BA\ & Mtinyoa's Cold Reraody ReHove? tht head, tliront nnd lungs almost immedlate r. Checks Foycro. stops Dl.cliargea ot the nose, takes nwny nll acbos and paln. cauaod hy colds. It cure* Qrlp and ob ntlnnto Couglis nnd preventa I'noumonJn. rrlco 20e. Havo you fitlf. cr swollen Joint*,'bo mafc lor how chr.nlc7 Ask your druggist fof Munyon'fl Ithcuuiatlsm rtemody and ice how qulckly you wlll bo cured. If you hnve nny kiducy or bladder trou t'lu get Mnnynn'a Klduey Ilemedy. Mtinyon's Vltallzer makes weak men ?tronit nnd ro-toroa lost potvers._ Munyon'a Mngnzine Almanac aent Fre_ on Rcqucst. ' ' . _?__. RAINED BIRDSHOT. I ccullar I'hciiniiicnon ln (nllfornla m llotiiilt of it Metcor. SANTA -CrtUZ, CAL.. January 6.?Ifl rainod bird-shot at Santa Cruz'to-day for neariy an hour, accordlng to Mrs. W. D. Burns and her nelghbors. Somo of tlio shot havo beon preservod. ' Mrs. Burns's curloslty wus aroused yesterday by tho pecullar antlcs of a numbor of barofoot chlldren, who Wer3 playing in front of hor houso. When, Mie asked them what was tho matter, they told hor that tho alr waa full of olectrlcity, and that hot ahot wore falllng from the clouda. Sho .then heard a clatter on tha housetop that Bounded llke hall, anrt she saw llttlo whlto threads of ateam arlslng from nojghborlng roofa. This steam wns found to bo tho result of tho dropptng oj^llttle hot globea on tlio datnp Kliinglos. Thia niolten raln continued from about S to 4 o'clock ln tho aftornoon, und varled In lutenslty. _\t ono tlmo tlio chlldren, who wero baroueaded and unshod, wero cornpolled to take to cover. Ono boy carries a burn on hla flnger whero one ot these hot pollet.. struck hlm. One thcory to necount for tho pho~ nomenon ls that tho metalllo raln won dun to a meteor. Tho pellets aro about tho slzo of ,No. S shot, and reaomblo lead. MRS. BUEK MADE A MEMBER H'oiimn Who r.oit Vitluiihl* I.ot of Jewet. Electcil for Ufe ln I. B. A. In the meetlng of tbe t'ollce B^nevolenl Aseoelatlon Tuesday r.lght Mrs. Kue Wllllam* Buck, who was robbed ?mo weeks ngo ot a, Urge amount of Jewelry ln a. PuIIman car, was elected to llfe picmbershlp, and slu paid her fee of J23. It wlll oe ri*inemb*ri*d that a, ii.-kii, named Sam Tucker waa ai rtBted and charged wlth robblng Mrs. Bnck. nnd tliat ho wlll have to appear ln tlie Hustltigo Court. All tho val.ables were rc covercd. The Bssoclatlon re-eloctod all Its old offl? cers. Mr. lt. Z. Morrls remalntng at th? head. Tho organl-iitlon wss reported- to l>? ln a flourlshlng condition. and th'; fund li steadlly, though slowly, growlng. OBI'TUARY Mlss Jtilin Sell McCoulI. Miss Julia Nell McCoulI dled .it her residenco, No. -HS North Twenty-icighth fctreot, Tuesday night at 7 o'clock. Tho funeral will take placo from tho I,.1|.U Streot Baptlat Cliureh thia morning at 11 o'clock. *" Mr?. Marsorct Jnae Garnctf. [Speciul to Tho Tliiiex-Dispauh. ] FRKl.l_HlCK.SBl.TKO, ' VA., Junudty 6.?News hus. been recelved hero by her relatives of the death at i-Cansan City, Mo., of Mrs. Marguret June Gur nett, aged eighty-slx years. Hlic dled at tho homo of her son, Edward P. Gar r.ort. Mrs. Garnc-tt was iho wldow of Dr. John Newton Garnett, and was a tiatlvo of Orango county. Khe was -i nlece of W. F. Gordou, a fornior Unittd States Senator from Virginia. Mra. Gordon was tho last of her generation. Ex-Mayor M. G. Willis, of thls city, is her great-nephow. Three sons and two daughters survlvo her. Mrs. ..nilly Gray Hltie. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. J - CAPE CHARLES. VA.. January _.? Mrs. Emily Oray illno, forty-tlvo yearo old, wife of Frank Hlne. a wldely known oystor dealer of Cape Charles, Va., and Fort Plorce, Fla., dled aud denly of heart troublo ln her home hero early thls morning. Mrs. Hlne'wus strlcken at mldnight, and dled withln a few minutes, expir Ing before medical ald could reaob her. , Sho ls survlved by her husband and four chlldren?Uff/r JHne, Charles Hine, Mrs. Carl MUlIgan. of this place, and Franlc Hlne, of Norfolk. Mrs. Nannie M. Seott. i [Spoclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] . LYNCHBURG, VA,, J.anuary 6i?Mrs, Nannio M. Scott, wife Of G. R Scott, who IB well known ln this city, died to-day at her homo on Danlol'a Hill, after a long lllnoss. She is survlved by her husband and seven chlldren. John Payne. [Special to Tho TImes-Dispatch.]. HIGH POINT, N. C, January 6?. John Payne. aged/thirty-two years. a. well-known cltlzen of thls county, dled yesterday. He is survlved by a wlfe md two chlldren. He was the son of Solomon Payne. Tho funeral servlces wero held to-day at Abbott's Creek Church, of which he was a member. ' TRIBVT-3 TO OAPTAIN D-MM.OCK. Tho vestry of All Salnts" Church, espe clally called this 25th day of Decem? ber, 1908, to tako actlon on tho dearh of thelr frlend and follow member, Captaln MARION J. DIMMOCK. desiro to put upon rooord tho following mlri ute: Resolvad, That In tlie death nt Cap? taln Marion J. Dlmmock thls body\hn_ loat a valuablo members nnd this. ohurch a devoted frlend.' It seomed very fitting that, Jn tho endlog of tho lifo of a zoalous Chrlstlan, hls last .ummons should* find him worshipinst ln the templo of God. Kesolvod, furthor, That tho honrtfelt syn.patliy of thls vestry tio tendered tho faniily of our lato compahSon, and that the registor bo're .uestod to send them a copy of these resoluttons and td havo same spread upon th* recordb of tho vestry and published ln the Southern Churchman, and tho Richmond dully papers. FRKDERIG-C S. VALENTINE, Register. ? DEATHS MeCOUt-l..?Dled, at her rosldence, '118 North Twenty-elghth Street, about 7 o'olook Tuesday evening, Mlss JULIA . NEIL McCOULL. Funeral from Leigh Street Bap? tlst Church at 11 o'olook THIS (Thursday) MORNl.-u. Only Oue "IIKO.IO QTJIN'INE* Chat ts LAXATIYE BEOMO QUININE. Ciook for the ctlgnature of E. W. 3BOVE. Used tho world over to Cure i Cold in Ono Day. 25u. AT '1U.DUC1.D P1UCKS. >' Lee Ferguason Piano Con 110 Mast Broad Street.