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Loss on Second-Class Mail and
HITCHCOCK MARES HIS REPORT
Sets Forth in Detail Problems That
Have Confronted His Administra
tion. Washington, Special. Confronted
with a deficit of $17,479,775, the pres
ent administration of the Postoftice
Department began its opeartions. This
wa st he largest deficit in the hist or y
of the postal service. So long as the
deficit in the department aggregated
only a few millions of dollars annual
ly, little attention was paid to it ; but
when, in the last few years it leaped
to upward of $ll,000,000 and finally,
in 1909, exceeded $17,000,000, "ordi
nary husiness prudence suggested that
i he causes be definitely located.
These are statements in the annual
report ot Postmaster General Frank
H. Hitchcock, recentiv made public.
The Postmaster-General said in part :
"Recent investigations have shown
that the two great sources of loss to
the postal reveni s are second-class
mail matter and rural deliver'.
"The loss on second-class mail mat
ter has been increasing for many
years, until it now amounts to $64,
000.000. "The loss from rural deliver, a
sreviee begun hardly a dozen year
ago and of unprecedented growth,
reaches as high as $28,000,000.
"Simultaneously with the growing
deficit in the postal service, the na
tion's income suffered last year a seri
ous depletion incident to the financial
depression. Thus it happened that
the department drafts on the Treas
ury were heaviest at a time Avhen thp
public funds were lowest. This has
accentuated the importance of the
postal deficit, making it conspicuous
among the losses to be met by the
President 's plan of reducing expendi
tures in all executive departments.'
'Since the opening of the adminis
tration the Postmaster Genearl and
his assistants have adopted measures
in conformity with the President's
policy of retrenchment, and these
measures are being put into effect."
WINTER GRIPS NEW ENGLAND.
Bitter Weather Ushered in With a
Storm of Terrible Force.
New York, Special. Tragedy and
humor came on the wings of the heavy
snow which "covered New England,
most of the middle Atlantic States and
a fringe of the middle West and
South. Sunday morning paper at
at twilight, morning milk at supper
time, night spent in street cars, in
trains or stations contributed pictur
esque and amusing scenes to soften
the general tone of such deaths as oc
curred. Two i peculiar tidal waves added
bizarre features. At Boston water
npt into the houses, left a man and
wife and child dead in bed, then
crept away. Cellars were flooded in
New York by a wave of less gigantic
At Philadelphia snow fell 16 inches
liere, which completely tied up steam
and trolley traffic lor hours.
Meets Sudden Death While at Bath.
Redding, Conn., Special. Mark
Twain's invalid daughter, Jean, met
deatli tragically while at bath. She
was his yougest daughter, endeared
to him not only by long companion
ship hut by Jier frail health caused
by recurrent attacks of epilepsy. Her
death leaves Dr. Clemens without kin
in this country to share his sorrow,
lean Clemens died probably of strang
ulation dut to an attack of epilepsy,
due to and attack of eplepsy, or from
heart failure. The body was found in
the bath tub with the head partly
Death Saves Sheldon.
Greenwich, Conn., Special. George
Preston Sheldon, the deposed presi
dent of the Phenix (Fire) Insurance
Company of Brooklyn, under indict
ment for grand larceny in connection
with financial irregularities in the
company recently exposed by the State
Insurance Depatrmentj of New York,
died at his home here.
Zelaya Flees to Corinto.
Corinto, Nicaragua, By Cable.
Jose Santos Zelaya, who relinquished
the presidency of Nicarauga to Dr.
lose Madriz the same day his army
inet defeat by the revolutionistas at
Rama has fled the. capital and is
said to be in Corinto, surrounded by
his body guard and a few faithful
friends. Zelaya departed from Mana-
Ua under cover of, darkness escorted
by titty of hjs. guard of honor, and a
bquad of artillerymen with a maxim
ffn A .later report says he is bound
tor tfeJgmifflhis wife's nutf land
TAR HEEL CHRONICLES
News Notes Gathered From AH
Parts of the Old North State.
SHOW HEALTHY GROWTH.
Commissioner Shipman's Fignres on
Raleigh, Special. Labor Commis
sioner Shipman has given out some
facts regarding miscellaneous fac
tories, saying that these are rapidly
being put on a substantial basis and
that there is an absence of mush
room growth; that few new factories
have reported, but conditions show
stable progress. The aggregate cap
ital reported bv 596 factories is
$34,956,344, and 97 failed to report
capital stock. Six hundred and fifty
one factories report power used as
follows: 434 steam, 111 electric, 26
water, 24 hand, 23 gasoline. These
employ 152,747 horsepower and 525
factories report that 86,538 persons
are dependent upon them for a living.
Four-fifths of the factories say 10
hours is a day's work. A fourth of
all report an increase of wages; 5
per cent a decrease. The number
of persons employed is 26,234 men,
3,974 women, 1,355 children. Forty
two per cent, report improvement in
in genearl proficiency of employes,
and 41 per cent, report improvement
in general proficiency o femployes.
Three-fourths of the factories do
not employ union labor.
Dukes to Build Cotton Mills.
Charlotte, Special. It is announc
ed here that the Dukes largely in
terested in the Southern Power Com
pany, have planned for the building
of a score or more of big cotton
mills in this section, and along the
Catawba where the power company's
extensive hydro-electric development
makes it exteremly easy to secure
cheap power for the operation of
cotton mills. This report, if correct,
means that many millions wiil be ex
pended in the cotton milling industry
during the next few years in and
To Stand Medical Tests.
Raleigh, Special. The blanks have
been sent out to all county super
intendents of public instruction for
the examinations of eyes, ears, noses
and throats of pupils, which under
the new law has to be done by a
physician, whose reports are made
to the principal of each school. With
these blanks have gone out very care
fully prepared pamphlets giving all
the information on these subjects
and also informing teachers of their
duties in these matters.
Wealthy Citizen Found Dead.
Newbern, Special. J. H. Pipkin,
a prominent citizen of Pamlico coun
ty, was found dead in a field not far
from his home. Mr. Pipkin went
duck hunting last Friday and as he
did not return that night search was
made for him, but not until Sunday
morning was the body found. There
is every indication that he died a
natural death. Mr. Pipkin was a
wealthy farmer and lumberman and
was worth from $50,000 to $75,000
He leaves a wife and seven children.
Sues For His Possessions.
Asheville, Special. Frank
Hayne of New7 Orleans has institut
ed suit and arest and bail proceed
ings in the United States circuit
J. AYoolev and
Craften Whitaker of Henderson
county to obtain possession of 204
3-8 acres of land near Flat Rock.
He is also asking for $500 damages
by reason of alleged occupany of
the barns, stables, etc., after pos
session, he claims, should have been
given him October 15.
Prospect of a Shipbuilding Plant.
Elizabeth City, Special. --Mr. C. L.
Hunt, a prominent financier of Troy,
N. Y., has been here looking over
water locations with the view of es
tablishing a shipbuilding plant.
Built First Confederate Battery.
Wilmington, Special. Major Chas.
F. Bolles, a Confederate veteran and
the engineer who built the first bat
tery and laid- out the plan of forti
fication which withstood such ter
rific bombardment by the Federal
fleet in the Civil War, is dead, aged
86. Tie was the last surviving mem
ber of the staff of Gen. W. H. C.
Wadesboro, Special. Wadesboro
has some champion hog-raisers. W.
T. Brower reports one weighihg 605
pounds, Rufus T. Morton killed two
weighing 535 and 460 respectively.
Dr. J. T. Boyette reports a 14-months-old
pig killed recently weigh
ing 375 pounds.
New Oil Company.
Raleigh, Special. A charter has
been granted the Lee County Cotton
Oil Company, Sanford, authorized
capital stock $50,000.
roiA UUUJNTY, JN.
Washington Town Goes Wet.
Walla Walla, Wash. After an ex
citing campaign Walla Walla voted
wet by a majority of 622.
Town Hall Burned.
Leominster. Mass. Fire destroyed
the Town Hall and opera house, caus
ing a loss of $150,000.
"Wets" Increase Majority.
North Adam3, Mass. This cit
Toted to continue the licensed sale of
liquor by a majority of 25 S, the
largest recorded for license, here in
recent years. Mayor 7ohn H. Water
house was re-elected.
Ex-Preacher Sentenced as Swindler.
Los Angeles. Cal Charles Wesley
McCrossan. formerly a preacher in
Los Angeles, convicted of making
false representations in the pros
uectus of a mining company of which
he was president, was sentenced to
pay a flue of $4000 or to serve one
year in jail. McCrossan said ho would
pay the fine.
Falsely Arrested, Gets $500.
Marco, Mo. A judgment for $5 Oft
was given to Mrs. Cynthia Lucas, sixty-three,
against Daniel Bruner. as
damages, because Bruner had Mrs.
Lucas unjustly arrested, charged with
stealing a chicken worth fifty cents.
Corset Saves Woman's Life.
Chicago. A corset steel saved the
life of Miss Ethel Eitelhuber. when a
shot was fired through a bedroom
window in b.pr home at nir;ht. The
shades were drawn, hut as Miss Eitel
huber was standing near the window
her shadow on the curtain gave an
Judge Accused of Forgery.
Boston. A warrant charging for
gery for $5000 was issued for the ar
rest of Darius L. V. Moffstt. an at
torney of this city, and formerly
Judge of the Kentucky Circuit Court,
who has been missing for a week.
Left $1. "JO,000 to Cincinnati.
Cincinnati. William M, Amnt. an
attorney, known as "Citizen" Amnt,
who died hpr?, bequeathed his entire
estate Of $150,000 to the cii;- of Cin
cinnati ! for concerts for the peonle.
The estlate is to be held by his widow
during her lifetime.
"Dry" Victory in Manitoba.
Winnineg, Man. As a result of tha
local option vote in Manitoba, eigh
teen counties were added to the sev
enty which previously voted "dry."
There are fifty counties which still re
Chicago Bread Law Valid.
Springfield. 111. The Illinois Su
preme Court here declared that a city
council of Chicago has a right to pass
an ordinance specifying the size and
weight of a loaf of bread, the condi
tions under which it must be made
and that it is the duty of the baker
to provide scales so that a customer
may inform himself of the exact
weight of the loaf.
Deer Killed by a Train.
North Adams, Mass. The fourth
deer in four days was killed by a
Boston and Maine Railroad train at
the eastern portal of Hoosac Tunnel.
More than thirty deer have been
killed at this point within three years,
and it is thought that the railroad
tracks cross a deer trail between
Massachusetts and Vermont.
"Typhoid Carrier" May Enter Army.
Norfolk, Va. Henry Harrison
Comstock, the Norfolk dairyman de
barred by the local authorities as a
carrier of typhoid germs, went to Bal
timore to submit to expert medical
examination there. Comstock, who
came from Paris, 111., and served in
the United States Army, says that,
being unable to find other work, he
will be forced to re-enlist.
Chile's Cabinet Resigns.
Santiago, Chile. The Cabinet
formed on September 12 with Ismael
Tocornal as Premier and Minister of
the Interior, has resigned.
Smallpox Epidemic in Amoy.
Amoy, China. The officials of th&
American Marine Hospital announce
the presence of a smallpox epidemic
here. Quarantine regulations have
Herbert Gladstone For South Africa.
London. The report that Herbert
Gladstone, Secretary of State for
Home Affairs, would be appointed
Governor-General of United South
Africa was officially confirmed.
Think Mme. Gonin Was Slain.
Paris. The police have decided
that Mme. Gouin, widow of the gov
ernor of the Bank of France, and
whose body was found under a train
near this city recently, was murdered
in an apartment of the train.
Increase Bobber's Sentence.
Paris. The Court of Appeals has
' confirmed the conviction of Allaix on
the charge or Having robbed Mrs.
William Bartels, of Chicago, in her
apartments here last April, and in
creased his four years' sentence to
five years. .. ... .
KT -.. ALT- l HtH M 1
C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909.
TWO MINING ACCIDENTS
Gas Explosion Kills Eight, Nitro
Open Lamps Carried by Tarty of Em
ployes Caused a Fearful Catastrq
pbe Black Damp Dangers.
Herrin.lll. Eight men were killed
t.nd 400 others had narrow escapes in
an explosion of gas in Mine A of the
Chicago and Cartersville Coal Com
pany here. Open lamps carried by
employes of the mine are believed to
have caused the disaster. There were
three men and a hoy in this party and
all are dead.
Within five minutes of the first re
ports of the explosion the miners In
the neighborhood of the accident were
started toward the surface, and on the
return trips of the cages rescuers
were lowered to where the catastro
The dead arc: W. T. Pierce, mine
engineer; Eugene Barrett, assistant
engineer; Thomas Williams, assistant
manager: unidentified boy about, six
teen years old; George Snyder, miner;
Salvatore Greeco, miner; Pietro Ro
meo, laborer, and Thomas Harber,
James Guinney. superintendent of
the mine, and Robert. Hueston, mana
ger, headed the first relay of rescuers.
Despite the black damp which flowed
into the chambers adjoining those in
which Pierce and his party were
killed, these men went into the vork
ings. After sending to the surface three
unconscious persons the rescuers next
found the bodie of Snyder, Greeco
The efforts of the rescuers to pene
trate more deeply into the workings
were repulsed by increasing banks of
after-damp, and they were forced to
retreat, leaving the bodies of Pierce
and his companions.
Hnrt and Killed in Explosion.
Louisiana. Mo. One Han was
killed and six injured in a terrific ex
plosion of 10SO pounds of nicro-gly-cerine
in the Hercules powder plant,
near Aehburn and about eight miles
from this city.
The explosive was bcin carried
'rom one building to another in a
heavy farm wasjon drawn by two
mules and driven by Ollie Pugate.
Of man, mules and wagon not so
much as a fragment or a snlinter has
been found. Of those who escaned
with injuries not one was standing
nearer than COO yards to the scene of
Small buildings near by were al
most blown away, all the railroad
tracks in the plant were torn un and
displaced, and there was not. a house
within a radius of half a mile that
had a single pane of glass left unbro
ken. GIRL SHOPLIFTER YEARS OLD.
Arrested Three lin.es, She Escapes
From Industrial School.
St. Louis, Mo. A girl eight years
old. dimpled, blue eyed and pretty,
is held bv the police as "the baby
She is Annie Paylinski, daughter of
Frank Pavlinski. She hay been ar
rested three times for theft: has spent
two weeks in the Industrial School,
and escaped; has run away from
home dozens of times.
She was found asleep in a hallway,
scantily clad and blue with cold. A
policeman took her to the matron of
the Carr street police station, where
it was learned she had run away from
home, after rifling her brother's pock
ets of $1.50.
Annie's first exploit was robbing a
notion store of toys worth sixty cents.
She was arrested, but the proprietor
refused to prosecute.
TIBED OF JAP. HUSBAND.
Clergyman's Daughter Yearns to Be
turn to His Protection.
San Francisco, Cal. An appeal for
permission to return to the home and
protection of her father, Archdeacon
Emery, has been made by Mrs. Gun
Unable longer to endure the treat
ment of her Nipponese husband, the
young woman, Helen Emery, has
written from the little cottage on
the shore of Lake Washington asking
forgiveness and begging to resume
her place at his side with her six-months-old
The Archdeacon left for Seattle a
few days ago, and it is understood
that he will bring his daughter and
her infant back with him.
GRANDSON FOR MILLIONAIRES.
Boy Will Inherit $75,000,000 From
McLean and Walsh.
Washington, D. C. Joha R. Mc
Lean and Thomas F. Walsh, multi
millionaires, were hoth made grand
fathers by the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Beale McLean, the
latter formerly Miss Evelyn Walsh.
Mr. and Mrs. McLean, the parents
of the baby, are the only children of
the muti-millionaires, and the little
newcomer thus is heir to the com
bined McLean and Walsh fortunes,
estimated at $75,000,000.
From New York to Chicago.
The Moore-Reid clique acquired
control of the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Company. This is said to mean a
new trunk line from New York to
The Christmas mail was heavier In
every department than in 1908.
Princess Louise has begun a legal
batt'e for a large share of-King Leo
pold 'z estate.
An operation with the use Of slo
vaine wps successfully performed in
Auburn, N. Y.
The Temps, of Parir. paid a high
trib"te to the political ?nd moral
creed of Theodore Roosevelt.
Shore leave was granted to the
jakip of the hntilpshins of te North
Atlantic fleet in New Yorl: City.
Belripn Socialists issued a mani
festo refusing to swear allegiance to
Alhrl as King and declaring for a re
public. Steamship Nano "'rived in New
York harbor after a 2100-milQ voyage
up tb Amazon F'ver, I'eaching the
foothills of the Andes.
Dr. Chavles W. Eliot, nre?idfnf em
eritus of Hnrvirr1. sennit ai injunc
tion aga'fS'' I'ivl nnbltsneTs fo" pro
tection of his five-foot-shelf-of-book3
Collecr- Lo b. of No Yo- Citv,
rrmroved the ehrfm of Fichd P?r.
former spial Treasury agent, for
the sugar fraud prio n-oney, which
mav amount to $1,000,000.
he Ame-lcz Bankers' Associa
tion took its detective work away
fporn the Pinkertons and ffavp it to
Witilairt J. P"rns beeanse the former
demanded a long-time contract.
An . effort was made to claim the
fhrorio nf P.lriurn fo1 the flve-ver-nrl
r"jp of Tn-vnev'n. fo" of the
We King Tyopold and the v?or0-.ooi
Van so an. who were married in Italy
a year age.
An irrnrtant eoatribuf-n to
American history I found in the vol
ume which clopog th cot'i'os of ,T,anu-'-'riots
printed from British archives:
it covers ehie the evacuation of
New York in 17SC.
Well Known Bnilder Dead.
Nashville, Tenn., Special. George
Moore, one of the best known builder
and contractors in the South, died
here. He had built a number of
Bryan Gone to Cuba.
Jacksonville, Fla., Special. Wm. J.
Bryan has gne to Cuba, later going
to South America. His health is
Candidates For McLaurin's Place.
Jackson, Miss., Special. Formal
announcements were made last Sat
urday that C. H. Alexander, former
Governor J. K. Yardaman and Con
gressman F. S. Candler, Jr., will be
candidates for the unexpired term of
the late United States Senator A. J.
Flan Canal Exposition.
New Orleans, Speeial. An exposi
tion will be held in New Orleans to
celebrate the opening of the Panama
From Cloverdale, Ind., comes the
startling news that a lawyer-editor
there has been shot while in com
mission of burglary. Any journalist
readily perceives, comments the
Philadelphia Ledger, that the legal
end of th- Indianian's dual equipment
was in the ascendency during the
painful episode. i
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