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VOLUME XXXXIX-rNO. 34.
PRICE FIYE CENTS. REV. LE BARON JOHNSON AND MISS MARY HOFFMAN HAVE NOT BEEN LOCATED Two Weeks Have Passed Since They -Strangely and Mysteriously Disappeared, but the Pecu liar '? Affair Still Remains to .Be Solved FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS. WHO HAS BEEN CREATED AN* EARL, WITH REVERSION OF THE TITLE .TO HIS DAUGHTERS, AILEEN MARY AND ADA EDWINA STEWART. bride la a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lyle. NAPA. . Jan. . 2.— Mr. Charles Grant of San Francisco and Miss Mabel Lyle of Napa were married • here to-day. Rev. Richard Wylle officiated. The wedding was .very ' quiet on account of the • recent death of a relative of the groom. ,' The San Franciscan Weds at Napa. KANSAS CITY, -Jan. -2.— It was an nounced : to-day that" Miss Celeste Fine; daugt.ter.of Mr. , and Mrs. B. S. Fine of Virginia City.! Mont.', and Wilson S. Webb. 1 cashier of the Missouri \ Savings • Bank . of Kansas City, s were'quletly . married here' yesterday. .The announcement was made when '.the couple reached St.' ; Louis, where they .? had ? gone i to secure the • forgiveness , of Mrs. Fine, who Is visiting in that city.' Mr. Fine: is a member ' of : the "¦ Montana Legislature. Quietly •, Married. WASHINGTON. Jan.. 2.— United States Surveyor General Gleaves of California called at the White House to-day and in vited the President to attend the annual banquet of the Ohio Society of California on the occasion of . his visit to the coast to attend the launching of the battleship "Ohio'. The President assured Mr. G leases that he would attend if nothing Intervened to prevent. ' Representative Slayden of Texas also called and invited the President to visit San Antonio, Tex.," on his California trip." The President , will probably do so, and if able he will also visit Austin, Tex. PBESIDENT ACCEPTS . ¦ OLEAVES' . INVITATION CHICAGO. Jan. 2.— George V. Hankins; famous the country -over as a saloon keeper, turfman and gambler, has filed a bill In the Circuit Court for divorce from Efile S. Hankins,. who is almost as well known as her husband. The ground for divorce is . desertion, and it is "stated In the petition that since October 20. 1897. she has refused to live with her husband. She has been living in New York, whssre she recently filed a petition- In bankr^toy. with liabilities In the hundred, of : thou sands. The couple were married In Chi cago sixteen years ajjo.' * GEOBGE V. HANKINS SITES FOB DIVOBCE Value of the New CTaft Is Held hy Majority to Be an Unknown ,." Quantity. . WASHINGTON. / Jan. 2.— Submarine boats for the Na-vy will hot be authorized toy Congress during the present session If the views of a ' majority of the Naval Board on construction are observed. The board considered to-day a letter from Representative Foss. chairman- of the House cojnmfttee, regarding a bill pon«rg, authorizing- the construction of twenly additional submarine boats. By a vote of four to. one the decision wa« agralnst the new vessels until their value 5s demonstrated. " Naval Constructor. Woodward representing 'Rear Admiral Kirhborn. chief constructor, was the dis p'-ntlng member. In making its decision the majority took into consideration the reports of Admiral" Dewey, Rear Admiral m Farquhar. Commander X. E. Mason, and other* commenting" favorably upon the] boat'* performance. . ! NAVAL BOARD OPPOSES STJBIIABINE BOATS The detective says h© secured the evi dence on which to-day's warrant was Is sued. Ten Germans Killed. TIENTSIN, Jan. 2.—Ten Germans were killed and nine wounded at Leiehu, Jan uary 1, through the firing of a salute with a defective cartridge. young -wife's parent? became > suspicious and employed a detective to shadow their son-in-law. they put up; at the New Amsterdam Ho tel. It is said He frequently pleaded press of business and went to Boston, remaining away Friday. Saturday and Sunday. .The- ceremony the bride was presented with & handsome residence by her father, and after the wedding. tour the couple re turned to their new home. Howard, however, for alleged business reasons, brought his wife to' this city and him with bigamy. Howard had offices In this city and has been a prominent figure in social circles of Brooklyn. Last Sep tember he .married Helen Hawkes. daugh ter of Deputy Highway Commissioner Henry Hawkes of Brooklyn. After the representative of the Whitney-Elkirs- Wldener syndicate, and who has made his home In this city since that time, was arrested at the New Amsterdam Hotel in this city to-night on a warrant ' charging NEW YORK. Janr 2.— George Howard, a consulting engineer of •' Boston, who came to this city about a year ago as the George Howard, a Consulting: Engi neer, Accused of Having One . Wife More Than Law Allows. YOTJNO MAN ATVR.KSTE.U ON A SEBIOX7S CHABOE saw his man Evans, and ; he is . sure h« can be no other than Pat . Crowe. • squint and the. general appearance of the pictures of Pat Crowe that have appeared in the local papers have all been so strik ingly like Boone's client Evans that the lawyer" recognized them as soon as he saw them. Evans* brother, Boone says, lived in Omaha, and Evans ; told ¦ Boone once that he owned - a drug store in Omaha and that he lived there- Both the Evanses are known to the po lice here. They were known by various initials, . and when A. C. Evans was tried for selling adulterated drugs he was tried under, the name of W. G. Wyman. He told Boone he had been in some crooked work and ' therefore he had to go by ' the' alias Wyman. He was Interested in sev eral bunko schemes, and his; brother, or the man supposed, to be his brother, was also in the bunko business. There was a warrant, out for; R, C. Evans, the sup posed brother, for bunkoing. &'. man out of $100, but he left the city and the police say he is now • in ' Omaha. The other Evans, known as "Chippie. Bob.'Ms in the city* row. The -police say that. It Is the Evans I now: In Omaha; who was . Boone's client. The - man with ¦ the • squint; they, declare, . is "Chippie Bob," who had no hand in the drug case. ¦¦'... WICHITA. Kans.. 1 Jan. 2.— Unless Mrs. Carrie Nation, the Woman who wrecked the Carey Hotel saloon last Friday, is re leased soon she may be taken by force from the County Jail. Members of the local temperance union threaten to release her. This afternoon Dr. Brown, attorney for Mrs. Nation, appeared before Judge O. D. Kirk In the City Court with a bond, which she asked to be passed^ upon, i County At- Bpedal Dispatch to The* CalL is "making, active effort^ to sell to IJIca ragua and other Central American repub lics wines, horses, hay, etc, in op position to California and other coun tries. . Chile is taking this action In view of now having low freight rates by the British line ' of weekly steamers of the South* American Pacific Navigation Com pany, plying between Chile and Central America, also to the low freight rates by the semi-monthly line of German steam ers operated, by the Kosmos Company, which enter Chjlean and Central Amer ican ports "twice a month en route from Germany to California. Chile gives a subvention of $100,000 per annum ta the English company's steamers. The Government of Nicaragua Id urging the Pacific Mall Steamship Company and the Pacific Navigation ' Steamship Com pany (English)' to operate four mall steamers per month. Instead of three* as at present* to Nicaragua's Pacific Ocean ports. - This would greatly benefit cor respondence . and commerce between Eu rope and Nicaragua,, MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Dec. 12.— Chile Desires to Furnish Central American • » , Republics With Products in Op .: ; position to California. CHILE BEACHING OTJT FOB TBADE torney Amidon argued that the matter of passing on Mrs. Nation's bond no longer rested' with Judge Kirk. The Judze ac cordingly referred the temperance people to Sheriff Simmons,, who approved the bond, but refused to release Mrs. Nation because of . the smallpox quarantine now existing over the jail. i . The temperance people say this quaran tine is spurious. This has Incited them to "make threats to release the prisoner. WOMEN THREATEN FORCE TO RESCUE MRS. NATION NEW YORK. Jan. 2.— More than two weeks have . passed , sir.ee j Rev. James I«e Baron Johnson left the private asylum at Wat kins. N." Y.. where he. had been in confinement, and the Eame time has elapsed since Miss Mary Hoffman of San Francisco left Bellevue Hospital Training School.' Yet neither the Watkins asylum authorities nor the Bellevue Hospital authorities when asked for information by The Call correspondent to-night could give tho slightest clew as to their where abouts beyond what has appeared in the telegraphic dispatches from Montreal, Canada. The Call correspondent at Mon treal by means of a picture printed in the Herald identified Mr. Johnson as a party who engaged passage for Europe en the Tunisian, but the landlady at whoso house Rev. Mr. Johnson's female com panion lived for a few days was not so sure of the identity of the lady. ~"ln connection with the story that Mis* Hoffman left the hospital in order to avoid being a witness in connection 'with the brutal treatment of patients there a new piece of information is published here. Mrs. 'Edward Hughes of this city, but formerly of Phtsbiirg. Pa., made a statement to-day to the effect that her husband, who died in St. Luke's Hospi tal about a year ago, lost his life be cause of injuries received In Bellevue Hospital. She says she saw him In a straitjacket and made to trot up and down a corridor In the Bellevue Insane Pavilion while an attendant flogged him with a long strap tipped with metal. Later it was found that seven of his ribs had been fractured..- Temperance Workers Declare the Quaran tine of thfe Jail Is Spurious^ * ¦ . - - - - . . * . . His audience of Her Majesty was quite private. Replying to the addi esses at the Towr Hall, Lord Roberts said he regretted that his return was not accompanied by Im mediate peace; but, ne added.' while he feared hostilities would continue for some time, he had implicit confidence in' Lord Kitchener and had no fear regarding the outcome. He concluded with 'a eulogy to the magplflcent army of Great Britain, all the components of which, he pointed out. pulled together splendidly. When Lord Roberts reached Osborne House he found that the Queen was out driving and he conversed with several of the Princesses while waiting for her to return. The audienco lasted a quarter of an hour. Lord Roberts was then taken to Southampton by the royal yacht Al berta and went on board the Canada, •where he will spend the night. "Remainder." as referred to in the dls r patch from Cowes, is "a provision for the passage of patent of nobility to a special successor or line of succession, in default of male issue on the aeath of a present holder. . The only son of Lord Roberts. -Lieutenant the Hon. F. S. H. Roberta, died December 17, 1S99, of a wound re ceived in the engagement at the Tugrci.i River. For gallantry in attempting to rescue the British guns abandoned on that occasion, he was recommended . for the Victoria Cross and the Queen, as a mark of appreciation of the young man's valor and the services rendered by- Lord Rob ert? to his country previously to his de parture for South Africa, took the occa sion when Lady | Roberts visited Windsor Castle a' few days before she sailed tor .the Cape, to hand her n. small parcel, say- Ing: "Here is something I have tied up with my own hands, and rhat I. beg you will not open until you get h6me." " ' Lady Roberts .found that the parcel con tained the Victoria Cross worn by her dead son. COWES. Isle, of Wight. Jan. 2.— The ¦ steamer Canada, having Field Marshal Lord Roberts on board. : anchored off Osborne at 11:45 a. • m. to-day. The ships in the Roads were gaily decorated, ihe sea. front was .elaborately decorated with bunting, and Venetian masts with festoons adorned the route to Osborne House, at the en trance of which was erected a unique trib ute of ' the Queen's aopreciation of the Field Marshal's work, in the shape of an arch of laurel.- This was the first time j euch an arch had ever appeared there in honor of any subject of Her Majesty. The Queen bestowed an earldom on Lord Roberts, with a special remainder for his daughters. He was also made a Knight of the Garter. A large crowd of people awaited Lord Roberts' arrival at Trinity Pier and land- Ing. The Field Marshal landed from the launch ;at 2:30 p. m., which was the signal for deafening shouts of •welcome. ' Prin cess Beatrice, In her capacity as Governor of the Isle of Wight, and the Duke of Connaiight, representing the Queen, awaited Lord Roberts,' whose arm was J Etill in a sling as the result of beins ; thrown from his horse in South Africa lie was warmly greeted and .the party started in royal carriages for Osborne House. . The route was- lined with troops and thronged with. cheering sightseers. Lord Roberts stopped on his way at th«? Town" Hall of East Cowes, where eulo gistic addresses of weicome wore present ed to him. He then resumed his drive, and entered the. grounds of Osborne House by the Prince of Wales* entrance and proceeded up tho nobl*». troop-lined , avenue to Her Majesty's Isl- of Wight residence. After a hearty reception in the council chamber by a number, of Princes and Princesses. Lord Roberts wiis ushered into the presence of the Queen. HUSBAND GETS POISON INTENDED FOR LOVER Trying to Wreak Vengeance on Fickle Ad mirer a Woman -Kills the 'Wrong Man. rant charging her with murder. She will fee given a preliminary hearing in the City Court to-morrow. Hart was also form- NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Jan. 2.— The. key to the Rathbun poison mystery, according to" the report of the Coroner, has been found in the unfaithfulness of the vic tim's wife. Her husband, however, was not her Intended victim. It was John F. Hart, her sweetheart, who innocently handed to llathbun the deadly draught Intended for himself. This statement is embodied In the finding Coroner EH Mix filed to-day with State Attorney Williams. Mrs. Rathbun was arrested on a war- him. < Through some mistake the poisoned coffee was put In Rathbun's dinner pail and Rathbun Instead of Hart was 'killed. Special Dispatch to The CalL ally arrested on a. warrant charging. him with Intimacy with Mrs. Rathbun. It is said his arrest is partly for the purpose of Weeping him for a witness against Mrs. Rathbun. >: '*: " The Coroner in the report says It has been established that, Mrs. Rathbun and Hart had sustained improper relations for neven years; that two months ago Hart began to pay attention to another woman and Mrs. Rathbun became Jealous and de termined to kill Hart by poisoning the eoffee in a lunch which she prepared for MISS MARY HOFFMAN, WHOSE STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE .FROM NEW YORK ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO IS A MYSTERY THAT STILL REMAINS TO BE SOLVED. MARTIAL LAW IN FORCE IN CAPE COLONY Other Places. Reoccupy Jagersfontein and -: Ttireaten to Invest : Bo0rs Continue ttie Advance Upon % British. - LONDON,. Jan- :.— "Martial .law has ',tseen;.' proclaimed In the Worcestershire, '.eprae.'. Prince Albert.. Frarerburg and ¦Sutherland ; divisions," says the Cape .?pvrh correspondent of the Dally Mail, .•wiring yesterday. "The enlistment of yol . imteers :s active and the best .authorities favorable developments short ly.' The great trouble !s ibe scarcity of ;h.crse«. Seven hundred Boers have broken '.¦thrc-jg-h .the cordon at Zurriburg and are vfidyahcingypcn Richmond. The magis •ttatift-there reports that they are burning 'i-nfl looting a few miies from the town. ;•'. "Lord Methuen Is concentrating a force et Yryburg. whither a thousand troops have been sent front Ktmberley and ethers iram mere northern- towns to deal ¦with, a commando, that is raiding- around Kuruman. The Boers ; have reoccupied JagwsfoBtein, . which, together with Kaueremith. the British evacuated- on. . Christmas day. The convoy of retiring in habitants, with hundreds of wagons, exr ..tf-riding for seven miles, was : a mournfu" epectaHe, Camp was pitched at Eden burg. I gathered, that the reason for the evacuation was the difficulty, of main taining food supplies so far .from the ra.il xray." ¦ • ... ;. : - ¦ ¦' •_ ¦"¦It Is understood that at the -conclusion cf operations in South Africa -il/ord Kitch ener will become commander- In chief in India. -.¦¦.'• - ; The War Offlce has received the fel- JvTrtr.g dispatch from Lord Kitchener: - "Dewet tried to move toward! Bethlehem. t>ut he was headed off by Colonel Pilcher end retreated toward Lindley. One hun dred tnd thirty Boer horses have been captured near Thabancbu. The railway has been damaged south of Sarfonteih. Williams engaged the Boers southeast of Middleburg. Cape Colony, and the British now occupy Graaf Remet." -.."-'• A Cape Town special 6ayB: The British battleship Monarch will land guns to-mor row as a precautionary measure.- The situation Is undoubtedly serious. It fa true that the Dutch hpve not joined the Invaders in any considerable numbers, but a lack of arms is believed to/ be the true reason for abs-.enUon. in many places horses are freely offered and in formation readily supplied to the Boers. The latest reports show the situation to t>* generally as follows: Kuruman, if still uninvested, probably soon will be. Griqua- Iiind West is filled with small parlies of Boers, who are working south toward Prkska for the purooso of co-operating with or supporting Commandant Hertzojr. whose advance parties *are in the neigb borhood of Trazerburer. The Boers are close to Graaf Refnet, wher* of late th<^ Dutch have given many *>ixionstrations of *>xtrome sympathy. In the eastern part of *he coloijy the ad~ vanr* guard of the Boers Is' close to Marirsburg. about twenty-five miles north wpft of Cradock. • The grnrral opinion here is that tho po sition is not properly appreciated Jn Enpland. The Worcester conference ex citM the Dutch throughout the colony, if any old resident? who are by no means alarmists regard a general uprising of the Dutch as quite likely. A Carnarvon special says: .The Boers commanded by Hertzog, Wessels. Pre tcrius and. Nieuwenhaut are continuing their march on '. Frazerburg. - it is re ported that they have arrived, at Steyn burg. Looting continues. Th« Boers' horses are footsore and there is great -want of fodder, as the country is barren: Communication with Frazerburg la sus pended aad It is doubtful when this will be restored, inasmuch as the Boers are traveling along the line. General Thor neycrcft and Colonel Delisle are continu ing the chase, but their horses, and mules are very tired. Many Dutch residents attended the funeral of a Boer killed. In action ar.a placed wreaths upon his coffin. The Boers captured and destroyed the mails due December. 30. • . :^Uprising of the Dutch, Who Sym •^•pathize With Republicans, Is r : Considered Likely. Sovereign Endows Him With an Earldom # for Serv ices in South Africa— Marches Under an Arch of Laurel : on Landing at Isle of Wight LORD ROBERTS IS DOUBLY HONORED BY QUEEN VICTORIA UPON RETURN TO BRITAIN HOW HARRISON WORRIES THE ADMINISTRATION General Is Ambitious to Be Republican Leader. Utterances on Porto Rico Causing Very Bitter Comment. Some members of the President's official household profess to believe that Gen eral Harrison is ambitious to again be come the Republican leader and imitate Grover Cleveland In trying to discredit the present organization of his part/, so as to take the lead In a new movement. They profess to believe that Harrison is deliberately aiding the opponents of the administration's policy, doing all in hia power to create public sentiment against that policy, as well as to Influence the opinion of tho Supreme Court. They sus pect it Is an effort with a view to make Harrison the Republican leader in 1304. who will find a way to have the consti tution and flag both In the Philippines without doing violence to either. There are rumors that the Supreme Court is divided on the question now be fore It with a majority against the Gov ernment's contention that the constitution does not follow the flap: into new terri tory, and it is asserted these rumors, whether well founded or not, have per suaded Harrison to take the, course he has in the matter. The ex-President has. however,, many friends In Washington who indignantly deny the right of the administration to find fault with him because he Is exer cising his right as an American citizen to discuss a grave constitutional ques tion in which every one is interested. This defense of the ex-President does not satisfy the adminfstration people that he has not some ulterior pwrpos© in devoting so much attention to this question at thia particular time. Harrison is booming the lysue, and should the Supreme Court de cide against the Government's conten tion it will in Washington be regarded as a victory for th© ex-President as well as a 'defeat for President McKlnley. magazine article being spoken of as a brief for the complainants against the Porto Rico tariff. y a forceful reply to the brief of Attorney General Griggs and the Department of Justice is harassed for time to reply, as arguments in the case are set for next Monday. It Is freely asserted that op posing counsel have withheld their brief for this purpose, and coming as it dce:i about the time of General Harrison's magazine article on the same subject 1» made puhlie It has added to the annoy ance felt In administration circles.. Harri son's article Is regarded as supplementary to Carlisle's brief. " This magazine article and the ex-Pres- Ident's several speeches^ and newspaper interviews are the principal subjects for comment in Cabinet circles. The columns the ex-President has contributed to th;> discussion of the constitutional power of Congress regarding new territory are sources of Irritation to members of tho Cabinet, if not to tho President There is a well defined impression In the Cabinet that Harrison Is doing what he can to influence th« opinion of the Su preme Court on this great question, his WASHINGTON'. Jan. 2.— Ex-Secretary Carlisle's brief in the Porto RIcan tariff case, now before the Supreme Court. was. submitted to-day and is regarded as very strong legal argument against the power of Congress to ignore the provision of the constitution. The argument is said to be Soeclal Dispatch to The Call Ex-President Is Accused of Desperately Striving to Defeat the Policy of the President WHOLE FAMILY OF MR.CUDAHY IS THREATENED napers. Another Letter From the Alleged Kid- Demand lor the Withdrawal ol the.Reward Is Renewed. The Abducted Boy Fails to. Identify J. J. Crowe and He Is Re leased From Custody. HAD CROWE FOR A CLIENT. John L. Boone Is Sure He Once' De fended the Omaha Kidnaper. John L. Boone, the patent lawyer, • of this city, is certain he once had for a client the sam£ Pat Crowe who is charged with the kidnaping of Eddlo Cudahy at- Omaha. Boone knew the man be believes was Crowe as A. C. Evans, and 'he defended him before Judge ,', Cabaniss from, the charge of selling adulterated drugs.,Bdone took up Evans* case last March. The man was sent to him- by a friend and", Boone and his friend went .on, Evans' bond so that he would not have to remain in prison. Soon after they heard -Evans was preparing to go East, so'they surrendered him.; He then put up $50 of his own and. was released. : The man . was] convicted before Judge Cabaniss, but he told Boone If he would appear the case he could have the bail money! >Boone appealedithe" case and got the man of/, but henever'got his money,, for a woman' claiming .to be the slster-in-Jaw of Evans got the receipt and she would not give it 'up.': ' It was as late as last July that. Boone DALLAS, Tex., Jan. 2.— All the banks in Dallas to-day received descriptions of the money paid by Mr. Cudahy at Omaha for the ransom of his son. It is claimed ithat marks were placed on the money. When any of it is attempted to be passed the arrest of the person or persons offer ing the marked money is to follow. Banks throughout the United States and Canada and Mexico have received similar notice. ' Banks Receive a . Description of the i Cash Paid Kidnapers. LIKQOLN; Nebr., Jan. 2.— Senator Ran som of Omaha Introduced a bill in the Senate to-day to make kidnaping, under certain conditions, punishable by death. Other bills bearing cm kidnaping and not much different In phraseology were also Introduced. The present Nebraska statute on this crime is regarded as lame, and good authorities question whether for abduction alone a conviction would be possible. , ' _ ' " • ¦'•¦I? \ CUDAHY MARKED THE MONEY. Bills Relating to Kidnaping Intro duced in the Legislature. TO BE PUNISHABLE BY DEATH. OMAHA, Jan. 2.— Another letter, printed with a lead pencil, was received by E. A. Cudahy this afternoon, demanding the withdrawal of the reward offered for the kidnapers. The fact that the address was printed In similar style to the former one save rise to the suspicion before It was opened that it was from the same source, but Mr. Cudahy stated to-night that it was a rank Imitation and said he did not attach the slightest significance to it.. It was mailed in the postofflce about 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon. He showed the letter to a reporter, and said it was evidently patterned after the fac ¦ simile of the former letter that had been printed. He stated that it was of the same class as several others that had been received from various points, except that it had been printed. He pointed out that there was a marked dissimilarity between it and the one received from the kidnapers," both In the phape of the letters and the general wording of it, as well as in the spelling. Apparently every word that was possible of misspelling was mis spelled. The letter demanded the with drawal of the Cudahy offer of and of the city's offer as well under penalty not only, of trouble for the children, but the' destruction of the entire "Cudahy family." The epistle closed with an in junction to "heed this warning:." ¦ Bdward A.-Cudahy Jr. failed to-day to identify J. J. ! Crowe as one of the men who - kidnaped' nirtf.^ Cudahy -appeared at the City Jail and confronted Crowe In the Bertllllon room. After looking at the suspect five minutes or more young Cudahy remarked: "I never saw that man before. He is not the one who stood guard over me. and if he had anything at all to do vrlth the kidnaping, I did not see him." Crowe was then released. Secret Service Agent "Wltten to-day stated positively that he saw Pat Crowe in St. Joseph, Mo., the Friday after the kidnaping. He does not think he was one of the kidnapers. A'Chadron (Nebr.) special says: It was reported this afternoon that the officers who were reported to have captured Pat Crowe, the alleged abductor of young Ed ward Cudahy at Omaha, while endeavor ing to make good his escape across the Pine Ridge country yesterday, were thrown off their guard by Crowe's friends and sympathizers, many of whom live near the agency. Crowe's friends are said to be spiriting him away to the "Hole-In-the-Wall" country in 'Wyoming, where he is to Join an old-time friend and cattle rustler and may enter a secluded life away from the reach of officers of the law. The officers yesterday ran down a Boston curio hunter named Dennis, but he was released on proving his Identity. SAN FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, .1901. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL.