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I EDI Tl ON
II ARMY OF R
DRIVES BACK
Rdnfoivements Hurried to the
Front to Prevent Move on
City's Water Shed.
BIG ARMIES IN FIELD.
Rival Forces Swarm Over
Connecticut Hilis Preparing
for Decisive Bat tie.
MA SOW V n 1 1 ll BAOQ U A RT MM.
BTRATl'oHfi, Ooan., auk. 10. -An urea
Of Southwestern Conne stlout Ot WO square
miles In extent Is to-Jay transmuted
from tiie s-t-ne of peace to t:te pagean
try of war. Regiments of Infantry,
troops of cavalry, batteries of artillery,
field trains, wagons, auto trucks, am
bulation and Itoepllal aqu:ment are de
ti sailing at strategic points for the d,
vlelonal action between the Reds" a' I
tho "Blues." passing to various camps
and preparing for the opening inove
crlenti ot the nine days' Connect:, ut ma
noeuvre campaign
Sixty-five special trains have .r
crossed the state to cXetribute the thou
fnni of men in khaki who are to re
ceive training In the art of war amoiix
picturesque hills of the old CoMtUution
State.
The campaign, which began to-day and
at 6 o'clock to-night a ill have reached
the real po.nt of a state of rr, Is ex
pected to be one of the most haportanl
ever held In the Kast. The numoer ui
men actually tag Sated will exceed 10,000,
RED ARMY PRESSES ON TOWARD
NEW YORK. "
In tn- gr :eral scheme war h.m been
waging for wmi' time. It Is a "Red"
army of foreigners, thai has heen proa
a'ng on to Capture New Vork. The
Americans tiavs boon forood bach
floaly hul surely and after a stuiborn
resistance the ' Blues" have lost New
Haven and W.i i iv.nr on a line run
ning north and sputh, and while a rear
guard of two regiment! of infantry era
fighting, the patriot! arc rushing a
provisional division 10 their as-detance.
The advan c or the "Rodt" la thai
of a division, but the main army. 100,000
otrong, Is coming up U a support. Tho
provisional regiment of the "Blues"
must light, a..d ngnl lUKd In Western
Connecticut to Hive the (iovernmen:
time to rush Its ragUltri to the aid if
New York. The divisional defenre ,s
not only to chock Ihei direct advan I
by the Hound Mora rosda to New Vork,
but to ptevent a wide Hanking inovc
ment towai i the Massachusetts line,
which if puccoMful w uild iweep down
the valley of the Hudson and overrun
tho gnat watershed of iha city,
The problem 10 he winked ou; In the
Tiejt WOk le whether the forces of the
"Blue.-" can be so manoeuvred as to atou
the advance of lh! 'Redf" before the
Js'ow Vork tati line ll n'lichej. Never
before since tbele War games lone- boon
played Jointly by the regular army and
the National QUBI I has a legion been
elected 111 which both a defensive aril
m offensive impalgn can be oorkod
out with OUCh b I'll. ant displays of milt
lary strategy. Within this region lh
entire body of S0.0UU men can be BlIBOS!
entirely lost and yet It will invade Ihi
property right! and trtapgJI on liuiu.
teads only to I trifling degree.
THE "REDS" HAVE SEIZED NEW
HAVEN.
To understand the gams which opened
to-day It is well to note the Initial con
dition. The "Feds" have No a ilaven,
while the "Blues" hold Bridgeport at. I
have Infantry Strung out through tin
lOWUUlQB Of the sound chore resVOhlSas1
through Mil:.. id 10 ilia Orange Hue.
Northeast the "1 " ere oomlng down,
but In small let 1 'hmenta.
The call for mOblllgatlon of the iroopa
waa ooundod yesterday and SiyMu tutu
of all arms eVtrltl OB the move before
daybreau t ' morning, The ' lied '
army has knowledge of the activity . f
the defenders and ire et.almng every
nerve to get tnelr advance guarda
acron the rolling, deep Houseton.fl
Hirer, which Is a natural defeni Ti
the "Slut II," provided the latter can
dominate the renge of hills between
whloh the river tlo .vs.
The "Red' army of Invasion Is madi
v r of First Urigarta National r;ua.rd r
N'cw Tnrk Brigadier-General George it
Dyer pMMnandipjgj which !i composed
, f the Seventh Infantry, t'ol. Ianiel
tCeutlousd on Second rage )
IN OPENING OE MIMIC WAR .
BLUE LINES
FIVE PRISONERS I
T
Newark Keepers Fined to Up
per Tier Open Cells on
False Alarm.
In a neailv tumid )gtlbrOAb front the
Kesex County bastlle In Newark, N. J.,
early to-day five prisoners lopej to five
dom. Two of them were New V irk
Orookg, waiting trial In Newark for
burwlary
There were tw keepers In t.he Jail
early this morning. Suddenly a cry
came from one of the upper tiers or
celis that a prisoner was hanging him
self there. Uoth guards hurried to tho
line of cage, and In order to let thetn
selvea Into the cell of the supposed
eulcide quickly one of them threw the
switch erhieh ipens all of tlie cell door
on one row. The prisoners ewwrmed
forth Into tije corridor to help In the
search for the man who was hanging
himself.
In tae eKOiti oient neither of the
guards noticed that five of tl.e p: Ison
ers dl.-appeared. The) sneaked through
an unused door on the Wllscy street side
of the lali, scaled a low wall to the
roof of hi engine BOUge and then
droppeu into tile street and were not
seen again
A genera! alarm ror the escaped pris
oners eras sent Immediately to all
neighboring Jersey towns and to Police
Hoedquarteri here. The lUglUvee are
Kobert Miller, forty-nine, years olo, who
lives OB Bill Seventy-eight u atice!, New
Vork; RObOTt Define, thirty-five, who
live on Mucduugai street, and wno,
with Mill' r, lar.ie l over to the
New JeriO) guthorttloi on a charge of
burglary; William Alberta of KlUabctlr,
n. j., trratted for grand larceny; Hte-
p.ieii Heabe Ot No. 1IJ BoydeB sireet,
Newark, ai iested for highway robot I .
laiuls Sc hmidt of BchcBOCtady, arrested
tor horse ItekUBg,
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World Wants Work Wonders.
RICK GUARDS AND
ESCAPE FROM AIL
BOY HANGS SELF
FOR LOVE OF HIS
GROWN-UP COUSIN
welve-Year-Old Youth Com
mitted Suicide in Father's
Shop in Hohoken.
GIRL 8 YEARS OLDER.
Lad Went About Preparations
for Death Deliberately,
Tyintf Cord to Rafter.
IBfAtUAtlon for hln pfVtt1 COttSll) ll
ttl:-v'l tn liv It-tl .Idiii'?' BlMtMsfeCht
twelve yc-iiii old. of fthtfRMttl t r-1 .
SeacHurim, o han til:it.elf In hlM
father' anenler shop 111 Hobokflt to
day. The younp wmiuin found tv body
1 when iv w.iH itftrotilm lor iht boy to
take hllll bOlTIV. Kor VOID si Mtn tiit
the toy is ai-i to have displayed M
lent liking fur his COIMlAi Mary BUM
jnh lt, who 1 eight yeiirt oldtF th'tii h
wup No amount of talking anil rOAMtl'
ng ru.'hl oatlM htm to r. fraln fiom his
1lHpla of InfatiKition. lie rh, laugaed
at ami rOMOHOd with, hut hutti 00m to
hv btoa f-n'aiiy Inattootlvte
Thin morning th boy w-i 96 Nli
father 'i .trpntT n .op at No. MB Third
tr t-t. Ho tokt 11. ami rODUUllOd ftfOUIItl
there until noon. Then h NWDt to no-
home oi h.M uncle. Martin ItiixHanlrh.
at No. Third street. H had lunch
there anl It was firraned tiiat he nnd
Mary tshtMild go together to Seai-auciiH
later In the day. I'rorn the house the
boy went to the Maiiton of his unci,- at
Third and Jtlferton itfOOtfl Mkd aw
;hv untie and ordained ami thlOJIf ItO
was to tulif out to his home Tin boy
left there and It now appears went
toark to the earpenter ihop whleh had
heen eloed up. Ho O0nod u w.th a
key m bleb had he n givin htm. 1 1
went Inside and made a ROOM of a
piece of saah rrd, looped the f r I
end about a rafter md hanged hlm-
elf.
Mary BUMMllcb waited for some time
and then lH to her father's saloon,
to learn that her cousin had haen there
and had gone in the direction of the
hops Bh wen: tiler find thr.mgh a,
window wiw the body hanging. J'tdlre- j
man DOMlOnd bfokfl into the hO0i but
the hoy wan dead although the body
waa "till 9) tmi The body waa re
RlOVOd to tia MorgiiM.
THIS BOY IS WORTH
MONEY -THERE'S $5
Given Him for a Penny, He
Swallows It Hut He
Won't Keep It.
James Ploelone, eleven years old, of I
So. Sat. Tlilr.i avenue, was reminded!
M the custody of nhe hlldren' Si- !
clety until Tieiday h Justice Hoyl
In the Children'! Cotirl I'i-1hv "for
OheerrgtlOB " He admitted having a
five dollar goiJ pleee that Mrs. Helen
iiuirhes ivt Nci sio si tine Hundred
n'id Heventv-nlnth stree" gae him In
mlstibke for a penny. hsJt the hoy said
the nmnev wos InsNle him.
According to the story told 1n court,
Mr' Hughes went to a push. rat be
longing to the hny fatlier. hut !n
charge of James, at On,. Hundred and
rwen'u-th stre.-i and Kirs' avenue 1
yesterday iftemoon and pureheeed
four OMtl "orth of heet giving the
hoc four penntee, a. the llioufht. a
I Mel later she trslegOd a five dolla
guld plere she had had in her purse,
nd romenrh ring thai of the pennies
she had heeled the hov was remortl.
hh bright, returned and asked him
If she had not given hjm 1 he gold
eo'n.
The hoy prompll) admitted she had.
but ald that when he saw her coming
ba -k. Jie had pa tae c,,,n m his mouth,
gnd, h'inw excj'ed. hid twglloeyed I
Mrs rllilheo vailed Pstrotsnan Miller of
Hie Kast in Hundred ami Twenty.
, sixth sireet station an I had tho hoy
aiiested. telling ihe n lloenten to esgteh
his prisoner egpofully,
The boy wa- taken to the i -o-ns of
the OhlldreB'd Bo lety. The fa'er of
James 'ss In rourl and gaVS Nil
Hughes H.-m to reiinpuree hei lot her
loss, and wJien the lw wi rem.n.ied
the father told 'he officers of t e s
ttv u be cueiui u.o.. pnaonur.
New York Troops Going to the Front;
An Officer and a Supply Waqon
(Specially Photographed by a Staff Photographer of The Evening World.)
I WXSrON Ik jf , li YTi ' '
HE'S ON PROBATION ! 1 "
III I III III 111111 111 III I MLTSrr VisB. SMI I IB I I III:
IS GONE FOR GOOD pr :
Wife Has Hubby Haled to
Court When He Wouldn't
Tie Can to "Mutt."
Mrs. Preneei Morton, thirty-three
ears old, of No. wv. folumbue nvenut
appeared ai complolnanl a nst her
husband this eftrrnoon i tha Welt
-ide Court, she had i i hie srrtgt
on a chares thai he perels el In Keep
ing a dog In the house and that It fre
quently attacked Ir.rr Mrs, Norton t ild
Magistrnt. t'wnlgan she feared for hr
life.
Magistrate Oorrlgsr. wanted to . now
what kind of dog the inlmal Has
"It's a bulldog, ' replied Mr. Norton
positively.
"it's not." Interrupted V
"it's a big dog."
To set le ihe dlopute the
turned to Patrolman Bri .lln
SUty-elghth street oatlon
served the warrant
"What Kind of a dog do ;
husband;
Magistrate
ll V West
who ba.l
mi think It
Is, officer''" he Inquire.!
"It's pleasant mutt. " replied the pat
rolmatl ludlclally, and 'h.m sgpMllted
that the dog greeted him In friendly
fashion when he went a serve the war
rant on Mr Norton, and had ployed
with him when he wai there
M.mistrat" Oorrigatl then wanted to
Know If Mrs Nor .on w uiie.1 her hus
band sent to the) workhouse Mrs Nor
ton did not Mr Norton, she said, was
a good provider and a go.nl huiand.
but he would keep the .o around
Ms gist rase Corel gan plgosd the man o'i
probation until he got i Id of the dog.
DAMAGED BATTLESHIP
HEADING FOR PORT.
Nebraska, Uiuler Convoy of Mis
souri, Milking Slow rrnpress
in ( IharlestOWn Navy iarJ.
nkwi'iiiiv, it i. vug Convoyed
h the riagehlp Mlsoourl, the battle
ship h'sbraska. elticB waa damage. I
loat Tb 11 red . v v atri.tin an uncharted
shoal off I'oint Judith, Bras proceej
slowly i;i the coget to-da to dr.io. k
at the CharlaSloWn nas yard. It grgg
estimated I ml the damagi I hanieshi ..
which is ... igble or maklni eighteen
or plnete n knots an hour uus steam
ing at Ihe late of five knot-
t.ib Nebrngki left Ihe prgrll
grouade off Block Island ytsterdty
aftermioti or ChgrlegtoWB IsBts last
night the Missouri eras despatched
from her-- o go to th.- gtd of the
Nebraska,
I t Kl.l UI I ll 1.
Pr- ill Cetrtwue, i istrtl, - ...u Aoji o sad
llcrmiels -l. n,.:.t una, Tre'tUefa shs k suj
mj ui ssdsrsj Itigstte s'.i : mi vj i msj
epn day end night Tb W .rt I rr,,,i Hurvsi
Aicad.. PsUUer lW-ir.1. RiltltiBg "im Viri
Bee, M. X. Talspaoa. Dsuu touu.
r- wm Mmmi'iM .,
UT. COl
VANDERBIlT LOOKED IN A CELL
AFTER GIVING SEAT
IN CAR TO WOMAN
Another Man Tried to Take 11
and Chivalrous Kern
Attacked Him.
This l me wav Milt. in Kern. agl
I twenty, n loolmakcr, told It through '.ne
I bars of the Alexander avenue police
I station:
' "1 live at N'o tOfWI Teller nwnae h
llrotix. I have been In New Yoik only
a few month-. DOmlnl here from Ml mI-
gin I got on a northbound subway
train this afternoon OB my way uptown
to my home
'When I got on the tn'ti waa not
r row. led and I took a seat with my nil'-
.iMc between my leg's Whan the train
got to Mutt avniie the car was trowdod.
A woman, holding a VOUBg baby In her
arms, got on Bhe looked III and we i
" There was only one thing for rue to
do The woman was tired I fuse pod up,
tipped ml BOt and offered her my Heir
Then that man thai man was LaS(j
Schuster, ae.l thlrtj, a lahorer, of No
M'l Wab s SVenUI pushed l... worinn
slde and look Ine sei I u... ,,,
Knosk hie block off "
Aceordlng to th
car. Kern s "gUSSS
Viuster took tne
tee sei in the
' as rig ll Wnen
at Ke ii remOB
-t rated
I'm
llre.J. too.
pas g. rs
Sc, ulster retonea anen tow me , ,t
i. I been Vgcatsd fOI a woman with a
I bgby I" h"r arms
i in the hght mat followed there w. a
I smsll UI paBl" tn the Irgln, Hie two
! nien ng iIiiik all the Wg) 10 ihe tine
I Hundred '"i Corty-BlBth Ureal station.
! wh. re PollceBlBB t'rslg of the Aleggn.
der setiue RtSllOB to. ge.l kern up .n
I n, husi.-r s rnmplalnl of nple Nauit
I Kein will be afralgnad In n'giit court,
when he Will HU a . o inler-ehargs
sgalnn Schuster.
AuoiUar Opportunity tu Out a Wood
row wusou rictors.
i owing to the gloat success of last
I gundai - or... gnoths; VVoodrow wn
son pi ire coupon good tor the
s.'en.ll ; g'avi.rs Will be printe I
ii. le-nmrre Wg. gygdgy wuri .
HO!" CALLED
PINK LADIES; AND
ANCIENTTOO-ED"
Stage Girls and Boston Vet
erans Hailed One Another
All Over Ship.
The White 8tar liner I'elite arrived to
day after a wild trip scrnes (he ocean.
On l.oa,rd were sixty members or "The
11 ii k Lady" cotnpany. oue-'ialf of them
girls. Of the ne hundred members of
the Honorable and Ancient Artillery of
Boston, forty-two returned. Also there
were seversl athletes returning from
Stockholm
There was a diversity of opinion
tmuni the passengers as to the kind of
trip they had. Bthel Stanard of "The
I'lnk Lady" said It waa aloe.
"The Ild was on," she reported
"There was nothing doing. We cuuldn't
even turkey trot and at any suggestion
nf u rag, the steward would approach
on tiptoe and say "s-slilsh."
Hut there were othors who dsclared
Ihere was something doing every min
ute and that the OUt-Upe In "The I'lnk
ludy" company mad" old Neptune weep.
A eeetOOri waa to he given n Thursday
night, but It was called off by the ships
ofTlcera, fearing reaultg on the bottom
of the notice calling off the function one
of the guardsmen wrote
"With compliments of the II mouraMp
au.l Ancient Artillery and tue i'lnk La
dles, you can all go to h ."
one of the OgsOgflll of the CoMJC. wh.Mie
main function It Is to keep all tne pas
sengers in good humor and make It
pleasant for everybody, was found In
hid. tig Ho said
I'M on the verge of nervous col
lapse. The lid was off all the way
Money cannpt compensate me for the
agony I have endured Never again
The next time we get any such I om
biaetiOB ni" for a trip across the briny
In un open boat It's nice to be aw.ak
sned by a dear old lady with gray
curls about midnight to be told that
I must -.top tne racket of those girls
neat to her atgtaroen. Those girls
had a all among tliemselvea and the
Moldler l.ni p It was Oo-hoo or SOmS
thing like that fou go out .m deck
an)' night and SB) UO'hoo' and ou
would get more Oa boon' in regponae
man were ever heard In OWldOBs. And
they rame from ..II the sequestered
-.pots on II ship The next time those
.bar ladles cross t ie ocean l.iey ought
to . barter their OWB bout "
' Louise Kelly, who Is known gi
fjunheaa." deolared that the an..
aj ion had all the Johniilea on this
I d .ui.l in London bgi had clean off .he
i. OBtiBUOd on Second I'sge )
I lower and I mil
T - ftna' grstre .. uwiv oa amo4 World
gain"! arvsa. iw.
HALF MILLION HOARD
ONE OFFICIAL'S GRAFT
WITHIN TEN MONTHS
-a-
District-Attorney Tracing How
Heavy Account Is Said to Have
Been Checked Out for
Real Estate Deals.
"JACK SULLIVAN" DEALS
BECKER A HEAVY BLOW.
Reported Confession Says Raider Met
Murder Plotters Hour After Kill
ing and Again Same Day.
From source connected with the District-Attorney's office theft
came this afternoon the report that Jacob R;eieh, alias "Jack SutMvtn,'
under pressure of questions put to him in West Side Court Prison, had
admitted that he met Lieut. Becker in the company, of "Jack" Rose and
"Ilridfie" Wenher within an hour after Herman Rosenthal was killed
and had met the same trio again some twelvy hours after the murder.
The report could not he confirmed from an otiicial source, hut H came
through channels closely associated with the District-Attorney's office.
If this should prove to be true, it would be direct confirmation of
Hose's and Webber's confession that they met Decker in Forty-second
street stxin alter the murder and he Instructed them to pay the mur
derers Mime "getaway" money. "Sullivan," according to the rumor
that he had made a partial confession, said he did not hear what Becker
slid to Webber and Hose because they walked away from him.
That "Sullivan" had made any sort of a confession was denied thh
atternoon by his counsel. It was not possible to get to "Sullivan" in
the West Side prison.
In addition to the "Sullivan" confession report, there cam from
official sources this afternoon the statement that a police inspector, whose
"collections" are said to have been made by a close relative, deposited
upwards of JlSoo.ooo in six banks between Oct. I, 1911 and Aug. I, 1912.
Most ot the money was deposited in two national banks, according to the
.statement, and wa checked against at times for real estate investments
which are being traced. The name of
The work of trailing hank deposits
made hy Lieut Herker or members of
his family ami by at least two police
Inspectors le In sunh shape that reports
will he resdy for the Orand Jury when
that body msets on Tuesday
X,,
Investigation has shown thst not only
lleeker but others connected with tho
Police Department apparently wars
overwhelmed with money durtng March.
April and May of this year, several
of their Individual separate deposits
amountlne o more then their annual
salaries.
Not only banks ttut safety deposit
vaults and brokerage offices are being
Investlcated In rhe hunt for police graft
money Mam clues have reached the
!1e:rlct-Attornev from anonymous
sourcoe and some of liiese have panned
out in an amaatng manner
The first work of the Orand Jury
on Tuesday will be to clean up the
ilosenthal murder Seven Indictments
will be returned, according to the
i, .- i i Indications Superaedlng In
dictment against lleeker and indict
ments against "Jack Sullivan' and
Sam Scliepps are predicted. Hcheppe
lias shown no disposition to take ad
vantage of the Instriet-Atlorney's
offer lo listen to a confession from
him
FUGITIVES NOT IN CAT8KILLS.
SAY WHITMAN'S MEN.
. ii s., saa-aai i m . r.t
pataouvaa i nsea.es - , intention of getting affidavits from Rose
!.elgh of Ihe Dlstrlct-Atto.-iev , slart.m HMy (J h M g""
rsturned la-dB! f"":" hunl through , , , h,l(, beell b BJsjsajasj to
the I'aiskllls for "Lefty Louie" and j Rosenthal
vp the BlOOd ' They left New Vork Thl vUnW mmoned to Hasrt's
on Wadnesds) le follow clues arhloh j officw on Wednesda; afternoon the day
p, ow l aorthleee la the opinion of the ,f,,r nlr.,rr nd uka4 to
detectives the W fugitives are not in i affl.l.ii it. already prepared, aTteogng
. 'atakllls and have not lieon there j that he iPollok) loaned Koa'enthal Oka
. at least three Keeks 11. Ms). Is a new feature of ths ogee
We rude night and day all over the pnk wm h, , c--n 1 1 e-.t before ths Omnd
moUBtatae," said Leigh, "ami dliln't i ju, y ,m Xuesdai.
pick up a live trail. It la our opinion -ja, k Sullivan" denied to-day tha tie
that If 1 1 lose fellows were ever up I hsd retained tile professions! aervt.
there they have done a gel-away.' " I of James M. Sullivan, or that he had
other OOte 0 Uvag ssnt to the ' sttklllslany Intention of making a confession,
within the past two weeks uatns bseu lis declares he has told gU be
trte inspector was not disclosed
withdrawn. Apparently the polios are
watting for clues to start them off hi
soma other direction.
Lieut. Becker, sccordtng to Tombs
saiepers. Is absolutely unconosrned over
s " ""sing evidence mat
""" ewi orougni out against him In
the past four days. He slept well last
nltht and whan seen to-day was vigor
ously exercising in Ihs corridor and
smoking a cigar with evident enjoy
ment. District-Attorney Whitman and As
sistant Dlstrict-Altornsy Moss srs out
of the city to-day Jn their absence
Asslstsnt District-Attorney Smith Is la
rhsrge of the Rosenthal caae.
Mr. Smith rsfuses to ounflrm tho re
port that Soaker has an account of
C0O0 In a Newark bank under the
name of "J C fullom," and an account
in an Kllaafceth. N. J , hank under gas
nanis of "II. c. Kennedy." That In
formation, he declared, did not eama
from his office, but he would not deny
nui nsegsr nas bank accounta out of
town.
BECKER TOOK LAWYER TO OeTT
AFFIDAVIT FROM POLLOK.
Additional information has reaohsd ths
District-Attorney concerning Becker's
efforts to bulwark himself whlls "Jack"
Bose was In hiding following ths Rosen
thal murder. It has alreidy been shown
thst Becker personally took his law ess.
John W, Hart, and a notary pubis to
me noma or Harry . allot .in, .a.
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