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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
fast Jrlat aasnoeapllres osvnnot legally corroborate evidence against a per-
on before Ortnd Jury. 9o far as the Information of the defense
extends. Mr. Stryker said, the only evldoneo lven against llorknr fame
from three confessed sccompllcea. Webber, Hnse and Vallon. If that li the .
fart, Mr. Stryker contended, tbe Indl tuient should bn dismissed Imme
TEN CORROBORATE CONFESSIONS.
nirtrlct Attorney Whltmnn orpd n mntinn tn simw iwker to I
learn what evidence wan Riven nirslnst him before the (Irand Jury In con- j
section wllh what he termed "the moBt dastardly and notorious crime In
tht history of the city." Put he offered to allow the court to Inspect the
Qrand Jury minute and rule on the Icfrallty of the Indictment.
"The minutes will show," dcilsred Mr. Whitman, "that at least ten
witnesses corroborated the testimony of two of the accomplices."
It la expected that JudRe Muluuecn will be ready with his ruling on the
mo ; ii. by next Monday. fly agreement, th pleading of Pecker was
adjourned until after the ruling Is handed down.
The Grand Jury Is to tnke up POMldgttllOB of the Rosenthal esse again
to-morrow with reference only to the murder, tt Is necessary for the District-Attorney
to Ret some action from the (Irand Jury In the rases of
"Whltey" Lewis, "IIbro Frank" ClfOftOt IsOVtl Llbby. William Hlmplro and
Jacob Reich, alias "Jack Sulllvnn." who are held In the Toniln charted with
either murder or complicity Counsel for these prisoners are clamoring for
their release unless something can lie shown against them.
About twenty witnesses have been subpoenaed to appear before the
Qrsnd Jury to-morrow It Is egpeetert
will be to find Indictments for murder
Frank" If the evidence wnrranls
Morris Rose, a brothe, of Jack Rose, called on the Dlstrlct-Attornev
fn-flav henrnif n ninnlpnirhtnl Anfmilnn urllli n ,itt l.v Ihn 1 . 1 ,! I. . 1 . I
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gambler In the west side prison last night and this morning. The doctl-
ment contains some namc and Information overlooked hy Rose In his
District-Attorney Whitman, after looking over the Rose statement, sent
It to William J. Purns. the detective. Purns. Mr. Whltmsti said, is play- I
ing s lone nand 1n thn Investigation and the District-Attorney's office Is
thus far In .anorsnie of what he Is finding out.
Among the many rumors circulating about the Criminal Courts Pulld
Ing to-day was one dealing with a detective who is said to have, been
plsnted In an uptown cafe as a waiter before the Rosenthal murder. This
cafe. In Proadway, north of Forty-second struct, la said to have been fre
quented by police officials
The rumor hat It that Mr. Whitman, through the Purns detective
agency, put a spy In the cafe in the uniform of a waiter and that thn spy
gathered a lot of Important evidence by listening to the conversations of
police officials. Mr. Whitman, when asked about thn rumor, aald:
"If oniy s small part of what we are told about Purns Is true, he
must be the most wonderful detective that ever lived."
INSPECTOR HAYES DENIES STORY OF CELL THREATS.
Inspector Cornelius (5. Hayes of the Fourth Inspection District, Which
takes In the Tenderloin north of Forty-second street, was summoned to
Police Headquarters by Commissioner Waldo to-day to talk over the alleged
nlfht visit to "Brldgle" Webber In his cell In the West Hide prison of s
msn with s dark lantern, who warned Wchhcr to refrain from bringing
Inspector Hayes and one other police official Into his confession. The
Inspector wss considerably wrought up over the order from Hendquarters.
The visit Is said to have been paid early last Monday morning, when
Webber was swskened by s pressure on his face. Opening his eyes he
looked Into the glare of an electric pocket searchlight. A heavy hand was
over bis mouth. The glare of the light blinded him and he could not see
tbs form of the person slongslde his cot.
This person, according to tbe printed statement, warned Webber to
forget anything he knew about certain police officials, but told him be
might go as far as he liked In his charges against Lieut. Pecker.
The story Is vehemently denied by Webber himself. He sent for
Keepe Rysn to-day nrd nsked him to say that the recital or his alleged
experience with a night visitor Is a fake. Nevertheless, It Is maintained
that Webber has told the story to tho District-Attorney through bis counsel.
Max D. Steuer.
Inspector Itsyea refuaed to dlaeuss the Watvher tale with an Evening World
i porter at hla headquarter tn the Weat Hlxty-elghth etreet atatlo'i to-day. But
n nls way down from hla home In the Rronx, thn Inapeclor U.iked to a friend
who waa not ao reticent.
"Hayes asya," declared (hla friend, "that the atory, an far as 11 concerna him.
a preposterous fake, ltayea la known to have at least a nie.llum isaortment
ef common sense, and no man with the armblanee of a mind would sand a mesa
i.fi to see Weliher In nrla -n 'in.lcr tjie circuntM ancea alleged.
"Hayea aiys he doean't know any of tbe keepers In ihe ptiaon well though t i
ark a favor. And If he seantS I to Bend a menaage to Wetaiei lie wuulil have to
rufct aevernl persona. bssSUSg the prlaon la well guarded.
What would be the uio of sending anybody to Webber laat Hundsy night?
Webber had lold his story to the District-Attorney a week before. The papers
had stated that the District Attorney hsd the complete Webber confession.
"Inspector Hayes ties known Webber Hve or six years. He met him first, he
thinks, on a Sullivan outing. When Haves went Into the Fourth District, year
ego, Webber was running a gambling house at No. 101 Weat Forty-aecond atreet.
Hayea raided It and captured two roulette wheels. After that raid Webber eon
ducted poker games at the number mentioned. Hayes's reports are all on nie
'The Inspector Is not allowed to say anything In his own behalf In the face
of any Jilnd Of an accusation. Kelae rrporia do him aa much kgpm aa (hough
tree were true. The preaent state of the pnbtlc mind gives credence to any aort
of s statement. For tht reason Insprcter Hayes Is anxious that a complete
lnveetlgatlon be held and that It be etarted In hurry."
BURNS DETECTIVES WORKING ON HOSE'S LIST.
The District-Attorney is now tn possession of a complete written statement
from Jack Hose, covering Kose'a alleged connection wllh Lieut. Becker aa a
collector of police graft from gambling houres and the details of (he plot which
led to the assassination of Herman Kosenthil. A copy of the statement has been
turned over to William J. Burns, who has detectives out seeking to conrtrm It
Sn all Its details.
Rose's statement, on which ha has
worked for S week, waa given to Mr
Whitman yeeteray. Burna cuneldrra It
Invaluable The baUheaibd one not
only gives a list of places from which
bs says he collected from $000 to
ft.OOe for Becker, but he gives the
nsmee of tbe men who paid. He quotes
Becker as condnuslly saying: "I've
got to have more money. They want
more money downtown "
Other developments In the case are:
Commissioner Waldo declares he
has heard nothing sacs; t by rumor
of aay tM.OOO defease luad raised
Is the department for Btoker. If
fee caa get aay track of it. he says,
he wtU investigate aad take sum
Mi Littleton lias gone (' lha St. Lw
,,nc lor a fl'sblng trip, lb fore leaving
(own he said he waa still considering
(he offer mads to him from an unre
veelrd source to be Becker's lawyer.
CHAUFFEUR TELLS WHERE HE
REALLY DROPPED 8LAVER8.
Bhapiro. confron(ed with "Whitey
Jack" Lew and ."Dago l"iank" Clro
Del. refuted to Identify thorn as huvlng
ridden in bis car either before or after
(he murder of Roeeiitbel. tie admitted,
however, that he had lied In saying
he hsd dropped hla passengers at Third
avenue and Forty-ninth street, instead,
he new says he carried (hem (o Lenox
avenue and One Hundred end Twenty
eighth street. This confirms (he au(hurl
ties In (heir belief thst In "Oyp (he
Blood" and "Lef(y Louie" they are
looking for the light men.
Saras reports that his men have
discovered that a telephone oail
was pat la at Times aaoare w I thla
a few salautee of Boseataal'a mur
der for Booker. Tata supports
Rose a statement after detailing how
Ae became acquainted with rieuher, eays
Becker flret wanted him aa a atool
pigeon aad, when Rose refused, made
a deal with bias to sot as iS-bet wees.
Is as epitome ef bis relaSUoas with
lieeker he said:
thnt the first business of that body
Whlley" lwls and "Dago
as (lS.OOO a month from ftrteea
heaeee or more, with a scattering
of amaUer graft thrown Is.
That he wae sot the only ool
lector Becker had! that Brooklyn
bhd been handled hy another taaa
sad ao hag other parte of the city.
That Beaker told htm fee was
getting s "Ml" from oertata big
gambling houaes thst were pro
tectad by certain lnspeotora.
That la his Ust of collections he
had aoae of the better class of
gambling honeeei they paid fat
mors than the prloee ha oolleotsd.
That these setter class plaeee
were handled hy two uptown polloe
Inspectors with the help of a down
town Inspector and a civilian em
ployee of the departineat.
That his list luclnded uioetly ths
east alders who had moved to the
npper east side aud to the Tender
loin. The bast known aad beet
patronised bouee that Boee ewuag
for Becker waa "Machel" Braoa
ateln'e. la thle Webber later ac
quired a partnership.
That his collections ran from Saoo
a month to $1,000.
That Becker had pat np tho fl,800
eetenelbly loaned on a mortgage for
a 00 per cent, latereet la Boeeathal'a
plaoe, ewa that he had laelsted Boas
be given a 15 per cent, interest.
This share, Boss aald, he had to
'split" with hla patron. That made
Becker get SSH per ceat. of Bossa
taal's proflta US aSOITIOX TO TBB
aTBOTBCTIOB MOBBY TaXD BT
BOBBBTBaX. ROSE BBOOOST
OUT OLBASLT TBAT HO MAX -TUB
BOW CLOSE A U1HBLU1
WAI TO BBOXBB, BTBB TO TKB
EXTENT OT BBIBO BIS PAJtT
BBB. TBE FBOTSCTIOB HOBBY
ALWAYS WAI A IIVAfeATI AO
OOVVT. PAID BECKER MONTHLY IN
CASH, HE EAYS. h
Rose declares he paid lieeker fete col
lections once a month In oaah. He aald
that oa several occasions Becker called
Gov. Wilson 8 Declaration
of Freedom From Bossism
One Wihnn in nil spree of acceptance to-day mode If plain ft
vouM he an unboned Pretidcnt. He aia:
"I could sot hare accepted a nomination which left m teas to
aag bums or aay (romp ef sua Wo eam fee Jasn who is set free,
nri B0 mn who has to show favors ooght to undertake the solemn
respoBslblllty of government U any rank or post whatever, least ef
ef all la ths saprepae poet of arrestees of the United States."
at rtoss's house In One Hundred and
Tenth streat tn set his money. Boss
said this oonld he eahetaaUated by hie
wife aad their eervante, who had eeea
oksr thsre. hie added that Becker
had dlasd with them aad that at all
tlmee they were Intimate.
The atatement of Low haa be',1 pro- against gamblers Mr. Wndn replied:
ssilsesd to tie full uesToboralhffi or the I i have ae deslse to get Into any On
aflldavlt made hy RSSMthsl published I irnvensy with Judges and Magistrates,
the Hue ..1 hefore he waa killed. India- When I save nut a atatement and Ha
running enme of hla talks with Herker urea and fseta which spoke for tnem
llmr said In effect: salvee. I had no ISftSllSS of erltlels-
"e was pashlag me all the time for Ing any one persona ly."
mora mnnav. Ma would tall me those I rl. nde sf the Ooinnilsaloner aay ha
flln Unnlan ssere after
aboat getting more that they were
dlasatlsflad beeeuse their 'hit wae ee
email, tt waa thea bigger, I think,
' " SesaWfeZtl ZTZ ..a has .
same districts, hat I got oat aad has-
. . -
than had ever beea collected is the
tiaa axter mora.
"When I waa at the top of my atrlde
' ""'' twelve houaes for Becker, but
"J h ""-
menta and cut me down. At laat 1
n., ony four or nva houaes to collect
from, and these were doing so badly It
waa hard to get money out of them. Sf
eolleotloas were elow Backer woald
ralee heU. Be waa a hard man after
OF GOV. WILSON
(Continued from First Page.)
of lfnhnken, 300 atrong, and headed hy
i t'nnd, waa among the flrat organisa
tions tn parade from the etat on up to
ihe broad lawn before IBS Oovernor's
hsVSS, While the bunil blared out the
rllni -Hpunaled llanner" the club filed
peat the llovernor where alood OS
tiie gravelled walk before hla verandah,
mil sgffh shook the nominee's hand.
JERSEY CITY SENDS DOWN
Then came 300 members of the Ninth,
Tenth anil Twelfth Ward china of Jer
eey City, their band pumping out
"IMxIe" on the march to (he Governor's
home MOM baud shaking while mov-
lug pb lure men turned the crauka of ,
lis ir in nt.-mi urn t iiriiua n isnrBarij.
Uov. Mann of Virginia waa th first
of the Stale executlvea to arrive. "It's
u grand da) for Democracy," he ex
claimed as he gripped Wilson's hand
and he got a hearty smile and a clap
on the back from (he candidate. Then
along came tlov. I'lalateil of Maine,
ho Is a candidate for re-election In
his Stale, where the Issue will be de
i Med bv an sksOtlOa In September, (lov.
l'lnlstc.l had (lov. Wilson's private ea'
nr many minutes and seemed to be
radiantly pleaaed with what Wilson
Col William Llbbey, Princeton '77,
a classmate of Oov. Wilson and (he
man who claims the credit for having ,
discovered (hat orange and black were
the appropriate colore for hla college, ,
handed the d'egatlon of J'rlnretnn pro
feaaore and gi aduatea, each weai Ing
a eunrloWer In thn lapel of hla coat.
Ile a going to make (he rrlnce(on colois
the badge of thla campaign. OoL Llbbry
assured the (iovernor.
FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS
CROWD THE LAWN.
By the time the train hearing (he
Notification Committee arrived nea.ly
,M persona were Jammed agalnat the
rope harrier across the front of the
veranduh, which marked Ihe reserved
space for the official committee and tho
Invited guests of the occasion. One
paSSiSI an aye over the hundred and
more who tiled In and took sea's on
the verandah and (ha lawn near die
verandah lookod in vain for Ihe .Yi n
phys, Ihe Tom Tasgarts and (hs Guffeya
of (he old line orgsnliedon. They were
not present. They had not beau invited.
The ceremony of greeting between
the members uf Ihe Nodflcatlon and Na
tlonal c .nun it. es and the Uovernoi
were brief, simple and democratic.
I hall man nine Jimei, standing near
Ciov. Wilson's elbow, named each man
win waa nut already known to the
candidate aa he paaaid In file, and the
(ovcriior's rekdy smile waa at tte
' broadest all the time. Then Ollle
' James delivered the brief speech of no
James praised Oov. WUami fulaomiil
and the principles (or Wnlsa the candl
date stands. He aani In one place:
' We all recognize ihe inlghly tael
befoie you. 1 or Sis tees yeaie Itepuol
can rule haa riveted t lie chains of mo
lupoly. special privilege and ureed jp.n
every (bid of Industrial and commerclj
endeavor. The Itepuhll an party ha
taught the trusts thai It only barks gull
Then ha real (he official le((er ftl
notification from the commutes ana ia
nominee, reeding hie carefully prepare
manuacnlpi, began hla speech of accept
ance. (OOT. wiLsoxi svbBob
will BB rouMD OB raoa is
OT TMI0 USUI.)
OTTAWA FEVER STRICKEN.
OTTAWA. Ont., Aug 7.-Xerly a
thousand cases of tphoid fever n...
; developed In Ottawa, und politicians are
I stsylng away from (lie Csnadlau oapl
The epidemic la due (o con(amlnatlan
i of the water supply, and a filtration
plant is belug considered.
This la (he second epidemic wit: In a
year, end many people are leawJng (he
city. Three general and two emergent')
liospltala are full of patleuts and others
ars being treated In tenia
KINK 1-llltT list HIM.
"gasp as seal at e susses " Ejt
m easy he always Insists
ting the laet on."
Pollen Commissioner Waldo was
ssked to-day If h had anything to say
about the rrltlrlama advanced by
Magistrates and Judges of the manner
In which polb-emsn prepare caasa
aniloualy awaiting the beginning of
the Atderma .'. Investigation, hut
would rather that there would be a
I'urnprrliennlvr legislative Inveatlgstlon
chlch would go not only Into the Police
I""1"""1- it Into lha courts, the
r Attorney a offlce and all de-
g . - . .
Vartmenta of the rlly government hav
Ing to do with preserving the paaoe, un
covering crime and protecting crim
inals The Commlaaloner haa not lost
his confidence In the abaolute honeaty
of the rank and tile of the Police De
portment end la of the opinion there
are other depertmente of the city gov-
rnment that would not compare favor
ably with hla own under the searchlight
(Continued from First Page )
temperance Issue should not he rsls.'d
with the wealth of other Issues out
lined by Roosevelt's "confession of
Karlv In the day Olfford Plnchot.
Cheater H. Rowell. William Allen '
White and Desn Lewis of the t'nlvers- ,
Itv of Pennsylvania look
(entatlve draft of the platform to Col.
Koosevelt to get his views on the dif
At U o'clock, the hour set for the
convention to reaasemble, the platform
had nut been completed.
Col. RooseveK had spent the morning
in a over tn nrsn or tihs u siiarm.
Th, Colon, foun , o p.ank.
. . , ,,, nol anDrove In the form
N WILD TUMULT
In which they were submitted. With a He will go direct to Oyster Hay and
stenographer and a tew of his closest , will remain there for a few days be
advlsera Its retired to a prlvale room fore beginning his campulgn.
(o recas( the document.
It wss said that In the main the plat
form met with Col. Kooaevelt'a ap-
proval snd that his objections were
baaed largely on Ita phrasei logy In
parts and Its length. He had hoped to
have a platform wMch would be not
more (ha'. 1.SH0 words long, nut It was
aald that It would probably be twice
The convention got started hslf sn
hour : He. with the platform sdll un-
Tho temporary organisation
was made permanent, continuing ex
Henator Ilevsrldge In the enalr. After
a prayer by Ilabhl Oerson Levi of Chi
cago the Committee on llulea made Its
report, but action on It was postponed
Then the first floor debate of the
convention was starlod. The leaders,
waiting for the completion of the plat
firm, proposed a recess ot an hour
Many r.f the 1eiPMtes objected to thla
plan. They wanted to go ahead with
the nominating speeches. Henry Allen
of Kansas led thn opposition to the
receaa and waa seconded by Wllllsm
Tllnn of Pennsylvania. Timothy 1.
Woodruff of New York, firmer Gov.
Franklin l'ort of New Jersey, and sev
eral others stood by the leaders In
favor of s recces, and the motion was
carried over thn first chorus of "noes,"
marking the launching of the new
party. Kventually a roc ess was taken
During the recess the rules of the
convention were amended. The name
suggested, "The Progressive Party, "
vae not changed, provision being mads
to recognise delegates from Htates
a hero the patty name hajl bssn pre-
tipled by (he opponents of the new
arly This situation axlata In Pennsyl-
SalSs where the Koosevelt follow -ra
vers compelled to adopt the name,
The amended rulea changed Ihe basis
1 repreeentallon In the National Con
vention from one delegate for each
i.uuo votes cast for Ihe Progressive oan-
. i. lies st previous elections, to one
legale for encii flva thousand voters,
fief rules were aleo changed to alio ar
.ny stale represented In thle conven
on lo run a progressive ticket un.ltr
my other party nams whsn the exigen
ts of the political situation made It
i Ivlsable. A apeclal rule pressntsd by
I i.ee Mitchell recsjgnlted (he "Wash-
igton" party In Pennsylvania.
NAME OF ROOSEVELT BEFORE
When the convention reassembled (he
latfnrm was not rssdy, and it waa de
ded to proceed With the preeentstloi'
the naiidldat- for President. Then
ere waa more delay un suieunt of the
i.aeuce of Comptroller I'rendergsat of
uw York, who was to name Col. Kooao
. ell. He appealed at l.hi o'clock. In
jl.vclng Col Uo9sY.vell a name before tbe
invention Mr. I'rendergaat spoke uf Hie
lolsnsl as tbe 'man csioragroua" of
v mart SS n politics, and declared him i ,
iu a naltonal oaaet.
"We iiave ariUed at the irowulus act
f the convention," he said.
"Thla great gathering owes Its being
to a mighty protest by the American
people egalnst those who have poisoned
he wells of democracy. It represents
'the martial spirit of mankind, that.
from an Immemorial tlm has charged
hick upon thoae who would place ob
stacles In the wsy of the march of
"While appreciating the stupendous
nsture of (ha task before It, the Na
tional Progressive party declines to
accept (he cynical doc(rlne ascribed to
Napoleon, that Ond la on the sale of the
heavies! bat(allons, snd professes Its
sublime faith In Ihe teaching of Abra
ham Lincoln that right makes might.
"But, while virtuous the ause and
vital the principles and strong the force
behind (hem, human experience (ells us
that their conquering way will be alow
and difficult unleee theft legions are
leal by one whose eplrll Is (heir splrK.
end whoee qualities of lesderahlp are
equal to ths tack of moulding public
opinion end establishing a new epoch
In American history.
SAYS THE COLONEL IS MORE
"My candidate Is more than a cltljen;
he ts a nadonal ssse(. tn this mnmen
tom period of polldeal doubt, when (he
nstlon hs in decide whether It will or
how It will grapple with the great eco
nomic problems of the time, there Is no
man In American life who presents such
credentials for the task as ha
"This candidate has 'success' written
on every pegs of his official career. He
haa fought the moat vlcloua forces in
American life and conquered them. He
surrendered the Presidency at a 'Ime
when his re-election would have been a
certainty In the hope thst other hen Is
would prosecute successfully the (ask
he did not have time to finish.
"He preaenta the most atrlklng and
eventful civic career In American hle
tnry. He Is essentially American In Diet
there Is hardly a phase of national ex
perience which has no( felt he effect
of his personality through attrition and
"He la (he ne(ural leader if the pro
greaelve moverient fo-day mil only he
r vise he poaaeasea the quality of lead
ership (hat Is essential bu( beca ise
he Is one of (he original progressives
of this nstlon.
"Mf candllate la the 'man courage
ous' of American politics. Where the
intereata of the people have been
menaced he has known no fear and
asked no quarter. Hit challenge hna
always been to a struggle In the
open. There have heen none so power
ful as to swe him. and before him tbe
greatest captains or Industry have
lowered their Isnres.
"To such a leader the hearts of mill- I
Ions of Americana turn In thla national
fills, Much a leader they ask you to
give them In this hour of their hope.
As (he crueaders of old pledged (hoin
ee4ves (o clod and country, so do Off,
consecrate our lives to the service of
that enduring democracy, ordained hy
the divine power, and as the leader in
this crusade I present to you Ameri
ca's greatest statesmen and lion-hearted
cltlxen Theodore Koosevelt."
Premlers;ast concluded his nominating
speech at 2.22 P. M , amid a great out
burst of cheering. Jane Adda.ns of
Chicago eeconded the nomination. Other
seconding speeches were made by Judge
' TSSL "v"r "nu "enr7
. AIICII U 1 11 .111.1,.
T. R. STARTS HOME
TO-MORROW, THEN HE'LL
CIRCLE FORTY STATES.
,wi,'t.!.. - r..t n i.
.o-d.y'thut he would leave for
mI. vrw ,.. 5 la H II ...,-...
Col. Roosevelt's fit si engagement Is
to spsak In Fthode Island on August 16.
The following day he will address a
mass meeting of New Kngland I'ro-
gresslves nt Point of Pines, near Hon
ton. On August 22 he will attend the
Jubilee of Father Curran, a Catholic
clergyman of Wllkea-llarre, Pa., who
Is known for hla work among the Coal
miners, on August 26 the Colonel will
go to Vermont. After a few days ut
home, he will go to St. Paul to speak
st the Minnesota State Kulr on Sept. 6,
snd will then return (o (ake (he s(ump
t'pon his return from Connecticut Mr
Koosevelt w.ll begin his long trips. He
probably Wtll leave early In October on
a month's trip which will take him
through the Pacific Coaat StaV s and
back through tho South.
It Is Col. Koosevelt's intention to go
Into at least forty States, snd he said
thul w.th only abou( a. sty working days
for hit campaign he would be able to
make only one speech In moat Ktutefi.
His campaign will hn an long and ardu
ous, ly said, that he will apeak only 1n
tbe larger cities, and if DOSS bJe will
make no rear platform speeches from
COME TO TAKE VALET AND
HOUSEKEEPER TA FRISCO.
Warrants Arrive for Man and
Woman With Mrs. McNamara,
Police Lieutenant David McOowan of
San Francisco arrived here this after
noon with warrante for Mrs. Cora L.
I'erklns housekeeper and companion,
and Frederick Taderson, valet, who
accompanied Mie. Margaret I. KV
Namara, wife of a retired yen Fran
cleco banker, who came to New York
two weeks ago. The warrants charged
that the pair stole mi au(omobtle from
McNamara. Tbe officer also was armed
with a request for their ex(radlton.
The woman and valet and Patrick
Waleh, chauffeur, were arrested by the
police upon their arrival and Walsh
was released. The others were held
pending the arrival ot the warrants.
THINK SUICIDE AN AMERICAN
PARIS, Aug. 7. Through the United
Htates Embassy (he police are .ryltig
to g( In (ouch with relatives of Albert
Twyford, believed to bo an American,
who shot himself on the bank ot the
tllver Alller yesterday and died later In
a hospital at Vtchy. Twyford told his
name oa hla deathbed, but II la not
known where he lived or why he joui
mltted suicide. '
Now for a Glass
WHAT SAY YOU T
CHARITY TOO SWEET
Mrs. Roberts of Riverside Drive
Abruptly Leaves Chrystie
Because. It Is ssld, sha wss rrKlclsed
for what wss called-hr "peanut and
lee-rream phllanlhropy," Mrs. Theodore
Huberts. a( one time a wealthy real
dent of Riverside Drive, who gsve up
her beautiful home to enter (he Marat
mission house on Chrystie street, ab
ruptly left the mission las( evening.
The rrltlclam, It wss asserted, came
from othor workers who say slis hsd
heen erpnlilng the youngsters by "too
much sweetness.'' Mrs. Roberts, how
ever, declares she has not abandoned
her work, but will set up shop Inde
pendently In the same district,
IT.ider the guidance of the "Children
of Mniy." n Catholic aoelety. Mrs. Rob
erta decided a ah ort time ago to carrv
out a mlaalonnry plan of her own. i'pon
Investigation she s.tys she learned that
the Italian children live with but one
Idea, and that Is (o reach (he age of
fourteen, obtain their working pipers
und go to work In the sweat shop". IJe
llev.ng that great Injustice Is done this
hnppy race, she moved all her furniture
IC No. Za Chrystie street, and trans
formed the house into a fashionable
living apartment. She set about finding
tWelVl little girls snd devoted her time
and her income (asvard making (hem
useful citizens and giving them a bright
Hiitlook on the future.
It was her amhltl.m to educate the
children In tho duties of domestic ser
vants so that when they grew older
ths?y could he employed In the homes
of the wealthy. And now Mrs. Roberts
has gone away. Her apostles do not
know where, and so (here Is much
weeping and walling on Chrystie stret.
llefore she went away, however, she
promised the twelve little girls that she
would return, hut would rent an apart
ment of her own. where she could, un
molested, teach the children.
"I simply had to leave," Mrs. Roberts
told an b"venlng World reporter. "I
have felt the undercurrent of disap
proval for quite some time now. and I
realised that the 'Children of Mary'
were not sstlsfled with my way of con
ducting affairs. Although I never beard
nny open comments, words were passed
which proved tht (hey believed I was
not doing the right thing. It sppenrs
that I was glvlnst the children too good
a time these little children who seldom
If ever have any Joy In their little lives.
"If a frolic over a wash tub, or a
stew' cooked In a firelesa cooker Is too
much pleasure, well, then, I would hste
to think of the sorrow.
"Father William li. Walsh, the rector
of (he Chureh of Our Lary of lyoretto,
on Kllsabesh street, under whose aus
pices the home waa run. aent a repre
sentative around to me. He was told
to learn for hlmeelf Just what I did
with the children all day. He stated
with me nearly six hours, and when he
left he said he heartily approved of
my plans and complimented me on the
conduct of the children.
"The Children of Mary never came
to eee me, ho how could (hey Judge
whs( was going on? I will admit we
mode Ice cream once In a while, but
when we did the children earned It.
They never received a pleasure that
wusn't a reward for something they
had done. When wo visited the Cathe
dral I always explained the story of
euch painting on the walls, and (rled
(o make (he children conversan( with
the Biblical characters. Yet, I was
told I did not teach the rhlldren their
religion. It la claimed that Other mis
sions are taking awny the children.
If our mission houses were run on the
same plan as others We Would have a
larger at(endance. There ahould be
some attraction for the children.
"However, I am done. I have left
now and I will not return. I do not
Intend to allow this alight mlaunder
standlng to alter my plana. I Intend to
carry out my mUslonary work again,
but I will be my own mistress."
MOTOR BOAT DETROIT
ON CROSS OCEAN TRIP
SIGHTED OFF IRELAND.
Little Craft Which Left New
Rochelle July 14 Is on Voyage
to St. Petersburg.
KINSAI.rc. Ireland, Aug. 7. Thy
motor boat Detroit, commanded by
'apt. Thomas Flem ng Iay of Nev.
York, which started at norm on July
H from New Kocbelle Harbor on her
voyage to Bt. Petersburg, waa slghteo
to-day off thla port.
This Is the boat '.hat held up the bis
liner America on Its way to New YorV.
a few days sgo to aay (o tbe skipper
"Tell tb, in thut you sew us."
HER ICE CREAM
Speciai lor Wednesday, in
ASSUMED MEN . H CIIAM
WAFtaSi Ik. Velar the- f sffef,
where. PMl.tOlOX J. Ut
ASSOITED TAFFIES; 40c
Value EJaewaere O A g
" "" sums n
Milk Chocolate Covered
wast, ehswy oeramel rsntra. with Ita
foodneaa and satisfying taste greatly
Improved by a covering
of our Premium Milk
Chocolate. FOUND BOX
BUT DENIES PISTOL
Simpson Admits He Used
Weapon as Club at Scene
Policeman Walter TV Blmpson of No.
"22 Mast Two Hundred snd Twenty
second street, who Is detailed (o (he
Wak-fleld aladon, surrendered himself
at Headquarters to-day. Acting Cap
tain Price of (he Hronx detectives, Iwd
been searching Since H.iturday for the
policeman In plain clothes who la al
leged to have caused (he death, through
fright, of Walter Mayer, who dropped
''eail wlien he saw a revolver pointed
at him. Simpson admitted that he had
beaten another man, William Warren,
with (he butt of his revolver In the
presence of Mayer, but denied having
threatened the latter.
Early Saturdayxtwo men entered tire
Stamford lunch room at No. 4?)7 Third
avenue and engaged In an argument
with others on the merits of the Rosen
thal rase. One of the newcomers, who
wore a mourning band about his hat,
suddenly drew a revolver and struck
Warren, one of the disputants, under
the ear. Then he Is said to have turned
his revolver upon Mayer, who lived at
No. 4w Third avenue, snd threatened
to shoot him. Mayer collapsed In a
eihalr, where ah ambulance surgeon
found him dead.
The man who had flourished the :t
volver blew a police whistle. When Po
liceman Oeorge (iroot ran ln(o (he
restaurant the man with the whls'.le
showed a police badge and told Uroot
he was ablo to "handle the case" llm
self. Subsequently he disappeared.
Commissioner Waldo ordered a search
for the policeman with the mourning
band on his left arm. Last night was
read in all atatlons an order dlrerV.Ing
all men on the force who wesr mourning
and who were off duty on Saturdty
night lo report to Headquarters on Fri
day. Ts-day Simpson admitted to i'apt.
Dennis Ward t.iat he was the police
man wanted. Ills brother-in-law. J.imis
Buchanan, also surrendered, admitting
that he was in the lunch room ith
According to Blmpson he got into an
argument with Warren when the latter
declared that all policemen were
crooked. Warren male a movement o
draw a weapon, Simpson said, and be
only hit Mm in supposed self defens.
He did not turn his revolver In Mayer's
direction and the latter did not die in
the Inn 'h rcom but on the street.
Simpson was suspended and arrest d
on a charge of felonious assault.
Killed In Antes After Danes.
MADISON, Wis., Aug. ".Frederick
Waltr.lnger, the driver of the automobile
III which Miss Alice Mullen, aged twenty
one years, and Bdmond Alford, aged
nineteen years, were killed, still lies at
the General Hospital In a serious condl
llon. The party was returning from a
dance when (he accident occurred. Miss
Mna Krederlckaon us slightly Injured.
raited Htates Meat. U9.700 shaMSI llesdhia
SO HIS! shs-es; Copter. 13, SCO shsres; Colon
Pacific. lll.POU shores, aud LcliKh Valley. lS.loo
AND PATENT GROATS
For Infants, mothers and Invalids.
Recommended by the best medical
authnrltlea ftr their purtly and
tor Infanta. Robinson's Paten( Bar
ley with fresh cos'i milk Is the best
substitute for mother's milk. Rasllv
digested! nourishes! elves both hone
end muscle. Invaluable In typhoid
I or nnralng mothers, children anil
Invalids, rtiiblnsnn's Patent llroats
a rood without an equal easily dl
BSeteSI sustains and etrrnsthens.
At Grocers and Drugalsta.
Book "Advice to Mothers" Free.
JAM EH P, SMITH S CO.. Imporlsrs.
DO Hudson si.. New York.
Special lor Tbuisua. 81b
CltCOLtlE NUT CARAMELS;
lie. Varsc blicssarre. 1 aTa
POUND FOX 1UC
ITALIAN STYLE CREAM CIOC
0LATLS; Nc. Vs a IV. Osrs.
(here. P01 NO BOX WVU
uiro every rvenlug un
ereelna until i i n' '
54 ft At
Tb apocirud wlht la aacli Inatan?
wr- i bbV1bV r
fleet leer Brewed. j I
One bottle proves tt I I
order by name. J I
At meet bars aad eafee. vJ I
Brewery bottled only. I
sgSa. XARI. VIU. weslaavls Nalar I I
fclT-e.'l Kleventh Avenue I
0m New York CKy fH I
CHILD HAD ECZEMA
MOTHER SAYS SAXO
MADE HER WELL.
"My little girl suffered with ersems
on be'r hands for nesrly s yesr and
rending sbout Ssxo Sslve one day I
nought - tube and found it helped
her. After using two tones my habv'
hands are entirely well." Mrs. K. P
Hook, E. 17th street, Conner
ville, Ind. .
In all forms of ecsems, snd all oth
er crusted o- scsljr humors snd erup
tions. 8axo Sslve allays the itching
at once, and penetrstes ths pores ol
the skin, reaching the very roots ol
the disease with Its germ-rlestroyin
healing power snd soon haniahes IB"
eruptions, leaving the skin smooth
We sell Haro Salve on a positive
guarantee for all sorts of skin sffec
tiona. If it doea not (five satisfac
tion you get vour money back. I ry it
All Riker and liegeman i
Sinews in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
tores where (hit blue
and whiteaign t-r
HOW TO SUCCEED
During the Isst few years, condition
In all lines of business, even professional
life have ehaneed so completely thai
every man is waking up to tbe fact that
! in order to win success he must specialise
and learn 16 do some one thing and do
So it is with any article that is sold to
the people. It must have genuine raerii
or no amount ol sdvrrtising will msis
tain the demand for the article.
Kor msn.v years we have watched with
much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great Kidney, Liver and Blad
der Remedy. Prom the very beginning
the proprietors hsd so much confidence
in it thst they invited every oe to test
it, free of cost, before purchasing,
It is a physicisn's prescription.
Thev have on file thousands of Irtters
! received from former sufferers who sre
now enjoying good health as a result or
However, if you wish firet lo try a
ssmple bottle, address Dr. Kilmer & Co..
Minghamton. N. V., and mention this
paper. They will gladly forward yon a
sample bottle by mail, absolutely free.
Regular sisea for sale at all druggists
fiftv-rents snd one-dollsr.
mI a every per. WLWT.
tfTtss. ii tin bjj
Ns i til J T T3 j n YfS
We Farslsh ABsiiauafs
iron ISO SO Is slew
Grand KapMa Furniture
$3.00 Down $50.00
5.00 on 75.00
t st Co
104th St. I, Station at Corner
nbway One Bloek Awsy
33l3 off "evsr
Durin. Ts Week in Both Stores-
For Ladies snd (i en Hemes
No Deposit, lust $1 Weekly
22743d Ave. j 7 w 14m St.
I let. 1234 UMfB I BeUBaOAve.
or KM INTaX U I', at.
RflAN CORNELIUS J., beloved sea ef
James and Mary Bfan (nse Corbett).
Funeral Friday, Aus. 0, at p. BT,,
from his parents' reeldenee, let B.
LOST, fOJJNOANO BEWAf0
L4HriTtiM poodle. 4nwen i -m lfu(itij
rtwirrl. Rttttra to Cartirrlffht. 10 Afil, at.
Nearly everybody knows that i
boomerang is the wepon of Aus
tralians. It is thrown at an object
with great t6rc and, circling around,
returns whence It came.
And thus World "Lost & Pound"
and World "Information Wanted"
advertisement! to out in seareh oi
lost articles and missing (riendi
relatives, heln to estates, witnesses'
&c, and bring back the objects or
persons they seek.
SUNDAY WORLD ADS GET A
CIRCULATION IN NEW YORK
i'i UKtA rER THAN THE
SUNDAY HERALD, TIMES, SlaV
AND TRIBUNE COMBINER
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