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F E CAIRO BULLETIN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER f OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of -r Or JT1IE CITY OF CAIRO, t VOLUME XL. NO. , J 4 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MONDA MORNING, APRIL 20, 1008 ESTABLISHED IN 18G8. SAILORS ATTEND MANIAC KILLS Tl OFFERS LOSS BY RAINS III NORTH TEXAS ITALf T0; MAKE IS LILLEK III THE BIG PLOT? EftSTER SERVICE FREE CITIZENS it 1 1 1 1 1 i ji ji IRESSPASS UPON TERROR REIGNS DEMONSTRATION IN MANCHURIA SQUAD OF MEN PRESENT AT ALL CHURCHES IN LOS ANGELES YESTERDAY. GREAT FLEET DIVIDED For First Time Since Leaving Hamp ton Roads Will Remain Apart Till Saturday Then Proceed to Santa Barbara. Uib Angeles, April lit Tonight for the first tinn since leaving Hampton Roads,- the battle-ships of the Atlantic fleet art" separated. In four harbors a few miles apart, they lie at anchor in divisions (f four, and these positions they will main tain until next Saturday morning whening ...when the sixteen lighting craft, again united under the flag of Rear Admiral Thomas, will get under way for Santa iiarbara, the next port of welcome. Busy Easter Sunday. For the ships' officers, the men and for the people of I.em Angeles, this has been a busy Easter Sunday. The di vision of the fleet was aeci mplished at 0 o'clock this morning, but even at I this early hour, the shores nf Kan ilro harbor and the hills overlooking were well covered with spectators eager to witness the maneuvers of th" warships. Sailors at Church. The Rtrlk'iiK feature of the service 2n each of the hip churches of UisAn geles, was the presence of squads of Bailors in uniform, who were without exception given seats In the front pews, and to whom In nearly every in stance the clergy imen addressed a por tion of the Easter sermon. Th "church squads" composed of first class liberty men, were brought nshore this mi rning and after attend ing devotions were given until tomor iw ..;.4tn4itr to see tho ritv. A Armed Patrol Landed.' Armed patrols were landed at the beach cities and sent into I,ob Angeles but up to late hour there had been ne disorders. Judging by today's rec ord, it Is safe to say that a quarter niillii n people came to Inspect the big guns at close range and learn how the "Jackie" lives aboard ship. TWO BODIES ARE FOUND IN LAKE MT. CARMEL, ILL., MEN HAD BEEN ON EXPEDITION TO NEARBY INDINA TOWN TO SECURE LIQUOR. Mt. Cannel, 111.. April 10. The bel ies of Uiwrence and Charles Hillman, brothers, who lived In .Mt. Cannel were found today in a pond a few miles south of here near the Wabash River, the surroundings indicate that they were drowned last night. The two men were members of a party which took a launch and went to Crawleyvllle. Ind., to secure liquor, this county being under local cption law. When the party returned, the Illinois men were missing, and It reported that they had started a in the launch, and had been put John Hillman. brother of the two was row out lead men, found their bodies in the pond, locked in each others arm. FEVER EPirEMIC RACES At La Guarra Holland American Line Steamer Omits Place as Port of Call Quarantined. Wjllianistad. April 19 The Dutch consul at I a C.uarra certifies that a pernicious fever, causing very sudden death. Is prevalent there. The steam er Prince Wilh lm II. of the Italian 1 American line, has omitted La (Juarra as ap ort of call, and the Italian and British steamers from Trinidad will lo likewise. Puerto Cabelo has Insti tuted a quarantine against that crt. EX-GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER COMMITS SUICIDE. Chicago. April 19 .Tessi Llewellin Call, daushtrr cf former Governor Ltewelllin of Kansas, committed sui !c in h r loom tonight by poison. n.:inn.hncr because of ill health Is btHeved to have been the cause. WAS 107 YEARS OLD. r.rand K.l-kt- V. D.. Auril 19 "!jou" Williams, colored, the oldest man In North Ttakota. .died early to Crand Forks county poor lay at the farm, age 10 OR ATTEMPT TO CONTROL THEIR AFFAIRS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. C0NCRESS PETITIONED By Industrial Association Declaring Againrt, Re-ari angement of Shernart Law and Anti Injunction Legislation. Washington. April 1!). With this Our members do not the organization of I, wlrrn "or the pur and lawful benefit to as a keynrte: protest atvii'nst l:;hnr and capital pose of pericefli! its nieinbe'H. lull trespass upon the rights or attempted control of the af - fairs of other fi iiui will rr,t he zens' Indiisti in! . ; iea obj vts t 'c r Itlzens must not permitted," the ( it association of Am the ro-arraugenont the Sh.-rir.aii anti-trust law, and to any anti -Injunction legislation bv con fess in a petition sent to Vice Pros' lent Fuli-lanks and- Speaker Cannon todau. fhe signus et the petition, repre sented bv th" association, include .anions cIivfcs of brstness Interests n all sections of the United States, is well as '( pen shop" labor organi zations. The petitloi says- that this associa tion is conduced for the purpose of championing 'he rights of citizens, and preset.! i tife organized resisance to the abuse of organized capital and labor. H then trik"- nr. exception to an In s'.stent deniru.c' by the managers cf the A Titer? can Federation or Ijibor, representing a small percentage of the people i'-.ui "your hcnorablo body p:iks measure i of class legislation In- tended to favor the members of or ganized lebor, and place within the hrnds of Us managers power to force workingmoii to pay from their wages a periodical contribution to such themselves, find families, and further, to compel all persons who employ others, even the rnite,i states gov eminent" itself, to hire only members of this organization and subject, them selves to the rules and regulations of the Federation of Labor." PARCELS POST BY POSTMASTER GENERAL WOLD WIPE OUT DEFICIENCY AND BE BOON TO FARMERS AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Washington. April 19. The post master general is calling tne atten tion of congress to the effect that the i establishment of a sneeial local parcel post on rural routes? "would wipe out the postal deficiency," says a state ment given out at the p; stoff ice de artment today, and "and would ten 1 to make the rural tree delivery sen sustaining, besides being a boon to the farmer and retail country merchant. "There are now in operation :'.9.0::x rural motes serving a population of fifteen million people, and should an nerage of five 11 pi nnd packages be carried eacn trip inrougnoui. uie jt-.n. it is estimated that flften million dol iars would be realized, ami the net re turn to the government be more than sufficient to equal the deliciU" UTILEFIELD'S DEFEAT President Gompers Says Organized Labor Must Stand Up For Its Rights. New York. April 19 That the res ignation of Congressman Charles T. Minefield, of Maine, which was re cently announced, was forced by the campaign made against him several years ago by organized labor, is as serted by President Samuel Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor. "When labor made Its protest against Mr. LIttlefield he said he would be elected to ci ngress again," said Mr. Gompers. "and he was elect ed again, but hisprestlge began to decline, and now he is to leave con gress 'and retire to private life. "Labor can not afford to overlook the record of any congressman or ther public official." he continue!. "Labor must always have in view the idea of what labor and its leaders are entitled to under the law. Labor ha its rights, knows them and will stan 1 for them." Advertising in The Eulletln Is proflt- able to the advertiser because It has (the highest class circulation. RECOMMENDED WOUNDS A THIRD AND IS THEN SHOT AND KILLED BY PORTER. TRAGEDY IN MISSOURI Officers Mere Making Attempt to Ar rer.t Man Wha Had Been Acting Queer Exciting Scene at Railroad Depot. Warrenshurg. Mo., Apiil 19. Three men are dead, and another probably fatally wounded us a result of an at tempt of officers to arrest F. O. Ilawi s here tonight. The dead are James Ityan, city mar shal: l O. Iliwes nn, I 1? P :..,,,,. ,,.,,,,.,,, ' ' ' Ilawes, who was 22 years old, son of a Johns, n. county farmer, was return ing to his homo on the Missouri' Pa f-iiic train this afternoon from a trip to a neighboring town, when it is be lieve. I lie suddenly lost his mind. His actions were noticed, and the officers here were not Hied. When the iruin arrived, rny .Marshal ltyan and two night watchmen of the town were at the. station, and when Hawes get off the train, attempted to make the arrest. Ilawes drew a revolver. At the first shot Marshal Kyan fell dead, shot through the head. Then Night Watch man ISasbashan fell, shot through the lungs. Night Wlitchman Hollock was the last one shot receiving a mortal wound In the abdomen. Ilawes start ed to run from the scone, but was shot and Instantly killed by a negro pi rter of the local hotel. FREIGHT HAM, TION F.OUTE TO ALA., LATEST OF HARRIMAN BIRMING-ACQUISI- LINK IN PACIFIC-ATLANTIC LINE. Rirmingham, Ala., April 19. The Illinois Centra' has fixed upon to morrow ci iiie date for establishing Its new through freight service be tween Chicago, New Orleans, Mem phis, St. Louis and this city. This is to be don - ever the rails of the Ilayleyvllli' extension which for some time has been in operation for the handling of heal freight shipments between Corinth. Miss., and Hayley ville, the tracks of the Northern Ala batna from Hnylr-yville to Jasper, Ala., and over the track of the, Frisco sys tem from the latter point, to llirnilng ham. The HavUyville extension is only ( ighty-fo'ir tniies long, but It is at ti acting mor ) attention than any similar str -ioh of track in the south because of its strategic importance. It becomes not only the connecting link for 'he establishment of through service becwect; the more important connections of the Illinois Central and this city Hit it is also the fore runner of a Ef-rviee extending from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast. The Harriman int rests control the fulfill Pacific and the Illinois Central an I have lately !H';t ire.t the Central of Georgia. The former line furnishes facilities for handling business from the PacHh: cnas.1 to a connection wit'i the Illinoi.i Central. Through the Hayteyvlile cxtens'on and the Minsrnuont trackage agree mints with the Frisco system, the Illinois (Vn'ral not only achieves the long desi.-od object of participating in the hug! volume of iron, steel, coal and othf traffic originating in the Birmiiigtum district, but. through the1 close relation established be tween itself and the Central of Georgia hy virtue of common owner ship, or control the Illinois Central has alsr, at Moved the long coveted object of securing another outlet at tidewater at Savannah. COLLEGE BALL PLAYER DIES Vickshurg, Miss., April 19. Ilevey F. Mangnm. 18 years old, a junior of the University of Louisiana, who was injured in sliding into a base in a baseball game between Louisiana and Chamberlain Hunt Academy of Port Gibson ten days ago. died here tonight from concussion or congestion. The remains were sent home to Rayville, I-a. The young man had been brought here for treatment. PLAGUE IN ECUADOR. Guayaqtill, April 19. The plague situation Is unchanged here. During the first two weeks in April there have been l"o cases under treatment ar.il 55 dpaths. About 15.000 persons bave been treated with Hafkine's propheylactlc. IL S CENTRAL QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS CITY OF FORT WORTH IS INUNDATED. TRAFFIC IS PARAUZED Washouts at Many Places All naif- roads Arts to a Great Extent Tied Un Could Lines Are Hard Hit. Fort Worth. Vex., Apii! , 19. Throughout Ncith Texts the hea. list rains ill 2 veart: are remit t -! r:ilni which havcause,i tremendous lose: to farmers and stockmen, Hooding lowlands and n tiderhu; country n ads n.passa,,,,,. Munmvus or WMB-.Tlfckiwh tl,,.rit0ry such as are main have been washed frway. , At Fort Worth tile Trinity river. t:lin,'l Uy other . countUd.- This pro which rcse to it ? big:. est record poln', posel demonstration Is In no way is rooding touignr, nut street car connected with' the Tripoli 'situation, traffic between Foit North Fort Worth will Woith and pn.bably not be restored bed xtwwK. I'available nun uy emni v,ng every it: the city, and ilisp.vching tinfn In special trains to tae scat of troubl; Fort Worth railroads y st rday ac tivoly began to repair the $;!'), 000 damage !n dieted ypen tiiem by Fri day night's rainstorms. Lor;s is Great. While no definite figures can .e as certained from any individual line. tile cuimtla'.ivc anu unt of da tiage will ti tal a quarter of a million dollars. This will include loss consequent up on delays to live stock In trail: it h ss of revenue for the time traffic Is si s pended and rrturil damage to prop- rt,;. Traffic into mid cut. of the f try wa ; paralyzed i-.lmost ail day. Tho deck sion late of tile Texas and ra-ilic railroad in t!.o tdternoon to permit no more trains thor than their own to use the I wick 4 between this city and Dallas id.'ed tc the confusion, for the Santa Fe, Rock Island and Missouri Knnsns ndT-WEil8 "?, vW'.Riil , rm tunas r. rid Pacific gave as a roa-" son for their action the fear that sucn continual travel ov?r iiiis section of road by so many extra trains might work greii- dani:ige. The Texns and Pacific and Cott; n Pelt, both Gould lines, are apparent'y the heaviest fuifterers from th storm. The Ct (ton licit is cilpplid in its Fort Whrth yards, and the Texas and Paeillc sustained its heav iest blow on t h- Rio Grande division en which a dozen distinct washouts occurre d. SAN FRANCISCO'S RISE Two Years Ago Laid Waste By De structive Elements Today Great er Than Ever. San Francisco, Cal.. April 19. Two years ago yesterday occurred the earthquake followed by the great ci li llagratioii that laid a large see-lion of San Francisco in waste, cost. 4."'-' lives and lesulted in property damage amounting to over $100,000,000. In 21 hours' time the destruction was so great that scarcely a building in the business pent ion of the city was left standing wiUi walls Intact. Two years has wrought Aladdin-like changes In the appearance if San Francisco. Rising from the ashes be fore the smoke of the disaster had cleared away, she finds herself today largely rebuilt In an Improved style, Iter business prosperity recovered, and her people preparing a joyous we! '.:ome for the greatest, naval fleet that lias ever visited her harbor. Ambassador Whitrlaw Iteiil. after his recent visit here, eloquently de scribed the city's achievement when he said: "There are many things in the history of this country eif which an American is intensely proud, but I protest that among them all there has been nothing ill 40 odd years, since the greatest civil war of modern times of which we have more right to lie protind than of San Francisco In the earthquake and of San Francisco to day." PllLICErYAN'S MISTAKE Cott Lives of Two Men Officer; Thought They Were Burglars Investigation Will be Made. Columbus. Ohio, April 19. Mis trken for burglars. John and William ti FrnnV ff.np c,t ft. ( .Frank, an e,v,t side cricer, were shot Villed ear'v IMs morning by an.J rltv.tnea patrolmen Tlnnze and Casey. Tee latter has been suspended pending an investigation, but the former re mains on elcLp . Beatl Mortul. Some workmen In Oregon used aa empty nitroglycerine can to boil some water In. Right. You Kutsjea it mo. first tiiun It lIU. I ' IN TURKISH WATERS ABRUZZI COMMANDS SHIP IN THE SQUADRON. TROUBLES IN TRIPOLI Are Cause of Sudden Action Powers Approve of Italy's resort to Force to Protect her Interests There. . Hume, April 19. Orders have been issued for an Italiau squadron to make a l'""iatioii in Turkish waters, the reason being that Turkey has objected to"W opening of Italian pi stoffieos Inju I The Tripoli situatiou arises from the murder of an Italian missionary land thi perseeutpn by the Ottoman 'authorities of natives who have sold laud to the Italians. The battleship commanded by the duke of the Abruz zi forms part of the squadron. Orders have been issued for the duke to be .ready to sail with his command .. The Turkish ambassador Reehi 1 'Bey In an Interview today said that his government had never granted the privilege of opening ofretgn post offices on Ottoman territory, .but had only tolerated them. Italy, ho thought would be right In claiming the. privil ege; of the most favored natLn In seeking to open her postofflcos In ( Turkish territory if the ol her fort dsn counties b,ad done so in virtue of ex isting "treaties, -Instead of establishing their postoffiees without having first received permission to do ao. ' The Italian squadron, under "the command of Admiral V. Greriet. wl l set out prcsVibly tomorrow. The squad roil comprises eleven warships., and f nr.VmVr mi rti- tUn Iteglna Elena. The vessels will carry 6,095 men and .(!,. cbecjlive point will he Asia Minor, seven miles away. It lias bi-eii decided, if deemed nec essary to occupy some i f the land ol the coast but It is hoped that Turkey may see the error of her way and give satisfaction, sj that energetic meas ures may be avoided. Considerable Irritation has been felt over the murder of an Italian mission ary in Tripoli, and the persecution hy the Oottomaii authorities eif natives who have sold land to the Italian gov ernment Is based primarily on the post office question. It Is said that all the powers have approved Italy's decis ion to take resource to force, if neces sary to protect her Interests. 1 FOR 0. S. TWO MILLION DOLLAR MENT TO BE PUT IN CHICAGO GUNBOAT VILLE NOW THERE. EQUIP- NEAR NASH Chlcagi, Ap-i: 19 - For the hun dreds of ;vi:iig men from the central west who I'liliftt-d in I'ncle Sam's bii; naval force-s, there soon will be a training station at Ijike Bluff, near Chicago, winch $ I .iiHTi.i.ini will In appropriate.! iy this congress. This big Institution Is Hearing completion on the lak1. s'.iore, where young re el nils will be t -ained to manag" the gieat guns an 1 ships of I'ncle Sam The importance of locatfim ef tr.-.iuiiig selio. I e;f this kind was real ied by !. Laval authorities and in selecting a t-ite they figured that near Chicago they would best obtain the thousands of voting men who enlist from th" cinlial western states. It is said tint about 70 per rout of the men in i'ncl? Sam's navy were re eruited fun these states and It Is In teresting :.o note that these men have the reputtiin of being the- best sailors, ni'it accurate gunners, the coolest oft'cei.; and the best all around sea-re-' At present in th harbor of CI iej-.ire tne long whit gov e rnnient bt a', Dorothea, is used for the naval militia, but by the time the trainiig fi.-hool is comple ted one o- mor hi'A ships wi;l probably be sent here for re in training the pros liective te.Mi;en. Another boat here i the Nashville, at present under going a tpr-ful overhauling and re- fitting to b- .i sister ship to the D.oro- The no.v naval training staMon at Lake JilutT will cost in the in ign borhoixl of $2.0 Wi 000 and w ill ac ct mmodite about 2.000 recruits. RACE IN SNOWSTORM. Paris. Apii! 19. Eugene FischhoPs Dandola today won the Pr. i-ldent of the Republb Y Cup Steeplechase. The race was rut 'u a snowbtorni. RAINING SAILORS JAPANESE AND RUSSIANS ARE BLAMED FOR DISORDERLY CONDITIONS. LIFE A CHEAP ARTICLElCAME FROM LAKE CO. In Town of Harbin after dark At Mukden Japs Have Constituted Themselves Tyrants Openly Insult Europeans. London, April .!(. A particularly interfsting description in Harbin and Mukden, of conditions ... in view vi me. recent discussion over the government Harbin and . the trouble with Jap- aneso at the American e-onsulate In Mukden, is collected in a letter writ ten by the correspondent' aft Pekin for the Router agency. Th letter, dated Mareh 20 follows: "During a recent tour in Manchuria I visited Harbin. A remarkable state eif affairs exists there-. The Russian town is governed and ominated by. a private railway company, the Chinese Fasu-ru Railway, the chairman eif which styles himself the 'civil gvern or.' "The- government of the company can in t be- regarded as satisfactory Neither life nor property is safe, au 1 It it as much as a man's life is worth to venture out after dark. It Is Impos sible to send a telegram after the suu has gone down, as nobody can be In duced to risk tils lile for love or money to go, to the imperial Chinese telegraph administration, which is in the Chinese town some distance away, nor can a te-legiuni be; delivered In the Russian town after dark for the same season. Arson is Rampant.' "Tho Russian railway telegraph works indifferently. It is often found that a letter is delivered more quick ly than a telegram. What strikes one and tlii soldiers, who are there do no police work, much as It. Is needed. "Trade is at a standslll and prac tically will continue so as long as present conditions last. The Russians themselves grumble at. the lack ol money In the place, fires are con stant, and in a good niaicy cases arson with a view to securing insurance nu ney, Is attempted. "Should 'municipal regulations be enforced ill spite of the protests which the Chinese government has made to the foreign powers, a serious slate of affairs will result, trade, and business development w ill be cramped and.-a precedent created for the .lapane'sei to dei the same In South Manchuria., , ' Japs Insult Europeans. "One of the chief things which strikes the visitors tc. Mukden and Souh Manchuria is that the Japantvie, who are pouring Into the country, are not by any means of the rinht class. During the war the Chinese and oth ors looked uixmi the Japanese as tlu-i saviors ami wedcomed them; but later xperlences have changed all that. "In the streets one sees many Jap anese drunk and disorderly, and their behavler t". ICuropeans is often one of open Insult An Kngllsh resident told me that tine night as he was driving through the cltv In his cart a Japan ese suddenly spring onto it and In sisted em sitting on the shaft. The men eluse.l to r- down when asked to do so, and only yielded to force. Grave Social evil. "Ijidies complain of t ie Japanese letter carriers, who push Chinese ser vants aside! and burst into their draw in.-r rooms 1 hi owing on the floor or on the tables their bundles of letters. The Chinese complain that the Japanese do not pay house rent. More serious still Is the presence e f a soda! vil of the worst sort from which the Japanese authorities lerive revenue." Ask Government to Be More Eco nomical in Cons-deration of Financial Measures. Tokio. Apiil 19. At fie meeting o." t.-nkers a-, ti-i.ka. which was closed April IS rnd rt which the chief trade ei titers were represented. reso.ufio:s were adopted asking the government to obesrv? greater economy ia con iieraion of financial ncaur-. fnP r?eiiit:on? 'were Indorsed - ty ("i legates temvsentinsr tTie govern ment. MatnVata Matsuma. gr.verne r (if the Ba-ik of .Tapnn. who was pres ent, snld be believe! that this un precedented cenii iK)litical action cf the bankers would help to re'ieve the depress; ie-n and Inspire confidence Its foreign mwstoia. The Bulletin is a member of the A aoclntetl press greatest Dews gatnenn opanixation lo the- world. BANKERS OF JAPAN SUBMARINE INQUIRY VEERS Exprrrs examine letters CONDEMNING LOUD. Offensive Documents Dictated By Senator Thurston Connecticut Man Denies Any Knowledge of Anonymous Letters. Washington April 19. Thr- anther I "'''l' 'f th" f nonyiTHHB ietters tiiat n introduced In the hivesr. i have be gallon of 'h l'lectrlc Boat compar.y was diligent.!- inquire Into today. by the hotta.? committer conducting f h ifivestigafiip.. David N. CarvatSio a d Win. J. Kiiwley.f.I Kew York and AJ. bert S. Osbwfi .of . RochKter, . ha td Brltlnu exp-ita and - experts . aa .to typewriting, testified that tnr to U -tera and ?rtrfla ilei-umeut3 pitvl te the couitmttetj by RepreaehUtivH Lllley, and which it ha been t-aUHed were writt.-n hy Aimer K. Neff of lh Lake Torpedo Boat company en q typewriter In the .Ke ccnianyi omen, were n; v.r.lien oil the samel typewrit- , . y :::er Mr. Lillev nor Mr. NVg wus qii!stiot.c,I by the committee em this point, but -both dented during ta , d.iv that fci'd written the anonymous letten or thnt they knew auythiaij about them. Mr, Lilley. at the beginning cf tha day's sessio.i, presented a letter fro n the commmsi-eter or patents, stating that no patent had ben granted to Chark'H R. Nelson during; the pat tea years. This document was introduced for the purnose of contradict i-ig th testimony of Electric Beiat; comiiatif e nlclals tlTt they had paid Mr. Net son, Who It a lieutenant In the nai-y. fl.f.Od for a patent lie had secure-d. Some More Witnesses. Mr. Lllley i,sked that T'realdent Bowles of the Fort River Shlplmild rig ce,nipany titul John P. Holland b s!t of thj ffrssien that or tne " .'. ..' charges brought befor the cominit,- teet the m'est serloun was that corrupt means had he on used to aecnr or de-feat noiiiinatlon and lectlon r members of the present congress. "Such a charge reflects uwrn thu Integrity of the bouse, and deserves the most exhaustive examination by IhiH commltt"e," he said. "The only ruse of the kind which the testimony has disclosed is th cowardly attempt that lias henmaf pailly thr'mr.h anonymous let'era, to blacken the name and ruin the care-ei if Representative Ixnid of Michigan. Carvnlho is Called. "As no one has had the cnura?e to admit the piitborshlp of these, das tardly cttmmtu.ieatlems, this commit tee feels that tho burden has beeu lrld upem it t-v dbrover, If possib'e. the actlK.is'.t',) cf these communic tions." Mr. Bmite'd stated that the letters had be-en iurned over to experts, and he then ctl'cd David II. Carvalho la the stuti.l. Mr. Carvnliu said he bad examined the two h-ti'-rs in ;ueatl n, em-e re ceived by the AVashington corrcstwnd nt of the Delroit. Free Press and the e ther by Fnuik Edlnborough. a statu renator f . Michigan, ami new a candidate fi rongress against Mr. Loud. Ife also had examined a great Tuny e.f the typewritten documents nnd oomnnr"! them with to anony mous letter, taking pact -grap.ia an.i Heparin;; traits showing hli deduc tions. I'nqiH'st'.onabiy, be sntd the two nnonymo'H h-lteip ami cetta-n et tn. pa Iters wer written on one and t'e same machine, i ncse iiocttmenis. u l as been teMfied. were dictated lev former Senator Thurston and wr'.tt-! bv Abner E. Neff on a typewriter In the Wushi.iJten etfflce of the I,-ikt Torpevlo Bo.it company. The docu- n ents in ruestion wore statements presented o th committee by L'lley nd signel I'V him. It also las r.efP testified by Benja min Webster, private secretary t Represenati.e Ll'ley. that he (Web ster) had done some work on tne. typewriter in Mr. Neff's office. The wi'n-:-s said that the Identity- f.f tyix-wrlt' ig machines en which two or nioiv paper? were wrl't'ii toiild Im ternilned in- r r. adily than the ie;i.iliK-ne"s of handwnt ng. "I ktiov il-solttely ne. thing a- to the authorshit of the .wiymrat let ters that have be-en Introduced In th li.vestigatioti of the Electric Boat company." ? v,i Rpre-s -ntatlve Li'lev, under wbt-ee rosohitien th- Investi gation is o'ing conducted, tej a rep resentative of the Associated PtM to-lay. while D.ixid Carvai'to. the l-nndwrUing vxpert. was ttifylnjt. 'Th 'on" !fOumeiiti which Mr. Carvalho says were written in t!. same typewriter as mpre th anony. nous letters, were submitted to T hy an agent ef the Ijike Tonl Beat company, I signed them an I Mbmitted than to the committer! They x ?r ml written on any typ wrlte-r belonging to me."