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el nel doe t,e a'.alform tierard the
ttatloe gtr. Tlirr were Intrrrrirted IX .
I'spt. Ulllon i the Bast Klft -llrt
shim Hint on, alio was Ihere li keep
rdrr. nl four lute-live Buf
,i, nt'is. Lielti. Matt Mr, MaMahol and
ilallaahrr. I o: : a aiipe.ircd to he !n
illai.. w;,m lold that tin PteirliM
I it nicy had pr 'I! .illy taken nvr the
Krtedi i( BclMpfl Delta remarked, TB
Walking up tr Rndler, Ptewrt and
Hetleppei, Drill rc,uiid to tt.c prisoner
Manill.i interpose. 1
"Vnu have no authority tn take thl
man,' alil Bar. Her. "Aa hit lawyer.
I nlviso ou mid nclvlaa Mm that h I
In the custody of tba 1 ilstrlrt-Attorriey
and mi can't touch turn."
Iieitg stepped haoj ti confer with
Ml fellow and Handler. Htwrt nrl
Si In ppn hurried through tlie crowd 1n
the station to th Islington vrnuf
. H There th.y helled an nit" bun.
pushed BehtV In and followed Mm
Itclti appeared. i pid on the hue and
reached ataln for Boheppe Mr Sn Mil
lar slammed the door In ht fare and
I:ti nod hla companlona faded away.
Mr. UuMa not Into communication
wttii lleeduuanar arl NHM Com.
mlsaiuier WalJo. Thomaa was In
Mrurted to take Bcnenpe anyahcre the
JMatrlrt.tiornejr wanted him taken.
But whan Thomaa ire nutaltt teheppe
waa already on the way to Went Hide
Court. Thomaa. RuMfl and Mr Whit
man followed the prisoner In taglcib
There waa ronli.erabl xritmii: tn
Meat Hl le Court when Hchappa arrived
ml look a eeat amour the Bpei'latora.
The new spread th mint flout the liulld
li g and the room wri anon la-niii.!.
V.ien D. let-Attorney Whitman if.
rived an i aw Magistral Hunt
Mr leppa ra removed to th Magis
tral' cl.au . jr.
WITH PROMISE TO "TICK."
i !ieppa got lulu coininunli alloa Willi
lloso. WrMirr and V'aliou In a ena-
tonal way while he waa waiting for
arraignment In West Kids Getjft Tha
iiirt bulldlr.f la separated from the
1 1 n by a ,'- deatgnid to jrhfe ni-iii
and air to both A small hull ling
ihrougli wlileh the passngawsy runs be
tween lb cjourihuuj and the prison
orcuplea th lower part of tbla open'rn,
aid tha flat roof of this hulldlnx la on
a level with Ihe wUidnna or tha Mat
tiate a rham be ra.
While IMalrlr-l Allorny Whlttnan, Aa--tant
Dtotrlct-Atomay llubln and te
ttotlve Thomaa were conferring In the
complaint room, preparatory to the
prcacntallon of the i oaa, M heppa waa
In the Maclatra e'a hamtera with kla
l)tr Hadl'r aald tn ftchappa:
'Ham, do you know who In irp there"
polntln to one of Ua arlndowj or the
'yto. vhoT" aaked (Urtieppa.
"That a wliere aha boya are," an.l l
tk-happa dropped his hat, Jumped
tliroituJi (he open window to the tin
raf and cae three hrlll whlatlea,
two abort one and then, after a pauae,
Hay, fellora," he yelir.l. "I'm brre
and I'm golnc In atlck."
The whletiea and tha nund or
Brheppa voice were heard In the court
room and tn tha complaint room. Mhr-
letraie Houkc, ho could aea the roof I
tn. in lil arat. gave orders to two
court officer who hurried n hta
In l e mean ttine Mr. Sandler had
ruahed to thr door of the room to MM'
nion the Itratrtct-Attorney. When Wajt 1
Irr. Mr Whitman. Mr. Itunln. Thumu
and tha tao court ol.'l. era ut to the I
Marlvtrate'R cnambrra, Achepps WM '
uaimly eaatad at a table, fanning him- I
l! with hla hut.
CONFERS WITH WHITMAN AND
"Not nte," he declared, a-hen aoeud
of Ji.mp.ng out ou the coo., "it muit
luve oeen aomrbody !."
"The man on the rooi had whlu it
on. " 1 nn or tha court officers. "I
caw hla fact."
Mcheppa sjaUltlBlir dltplsysd his feet
and a pair of wMU sackl i.u,
psrent. Then the prlaamsi dn. tl
liaJ comtnuiiir,. j with ltue, VTsbbtr
1 s only kldt''i," he expl .iln. 1
"I'm SJlint to Sea e;ii in a few nstuutss,
After tt-hpp hid been remmllli I lu
t(W ptrlron an I m'.ijnctl lo a csU, he
wg jo. ned b the Diiuiet'AttorMr,
wbo sent fur "axiii" It no. . ... .(
and Hoar greet" I enr'i p'htr BffUll ,
and hot. i tain- I la n.r n , let-Attorney
for flitcn btla i M . iVhltnun lold
the men io e. i .... . '. norlM I rss i g I
up, as us lalsndsd to rail on thsm in a
few hours ami laka u full atateutrnt
f i iint Hrhrpps.
. "Ki'hcppJ. ' .! Mr, Whitman, gg he
was start. ng for lot ultlce aftsr bla last
talk with Ins pt.aoi.cr. "use lm . , . ,r
robotatel Hoc , .!.n.-un. I islksd
lu boUi of UMW Md they clear up cer
tain mattcis thtl needel corroboration
la a way that MUaasM me "
"Who i'a.d Hie I1.U0 blotel money to
tha a.irig?" .Vr W httman Was
"That." hs rSpUad, "rests between
Itose and Kcheppv lloth were pnuieiii
when the money wan Mid,"
The Diatll .l-Ail" My abl he had not
liven tj.ii . n i .cdge of l i n
and di I rul know bOV MOB hs Will have
rclu'pps :eaJy fir the tiiunJ Jury,
TESTIMONY 6CF0RE GRAND
JURY CARRIES IMMUNITY.
lly tostlfylng before the tiiundJury
h. i, j , , will automatically gain Im
munity fur himself. This point wan
sltled whsn .'.nle t'laln gdtfl a
against allowing Mortlmi r S. hM to
appear voluntarllv bafots tno OfMal
Jury In lie Cisudt MM The Courl
took the ground thut one sppeurhiK
before ths l i in rid Jury, whether vol
untarily or not. In a proceeding In
which hs Is likely to be Implicated
puts lilmsrlf iKiiter the protection of
ths statute which abaule a man
from Inoj liulnallnic hlmai lf.
Mr Whitman was asked what he
thought about the attempt of the Po
lice I 'apartment to take ficheppa Into
rvatody. Ha aald lis waa not greatly
"T underaland." ssld Whitman, "that
tha action of the detectives in claiming
Bchrppt on the train grew out of an
rror. Umii alter t reached tha Weat
H.de I'ourt Iepujh- t'omini-aloner
t !. Caiupaay-a aalee ef
ere l il l III lo. tat vte. aadlvg astunl.t.
' aaU pv povad.
rnl4 ma on on th trle-
"He aald he ennted to naologlre 'or
any InoWWWSSrlstlat hla dstaotlvad Petal .
cAtiaed otir office Anordltig lo TVmgh. j
efly, romenlaelonei Waldo d'd not un- .
l!ind the a'ttiatlon.
' WaidO. a:l 1 Ml 11 iMtfUl 'r'l rotl;h- ;
ert to order lifrctive Thffiona, who I
le aaVgnn! te tny sIIn, lo tske -hr ppa
from Ihe raln lo J'olli e Henil inartv a.
Apr eptl v Xniinilaloner Waldo lhaiisht
hepp waa a prisoner, eharged a 1th
itiurder, which be la not. iMuichctty
said tha-. U hla dete tlvea were ln!trnt
on taking Schapiia they exceeded tliolr
Itisv.eurtMns Anyneee, tlie a.Talr turned
out all r'.irtit "
BECKER UNCONCERNED A3
COUNSEL GET DELAY.
At ihe time Schepp waa In West
Side OUkVI ber.ire M . i' House.
I.leut. t'harlss Heck-r waa In I'arl L
or the i'ourt of Ueneral Seaalona be
fore Jii'lgn I'raln, in anw r to a aum
niona alllng on hltn to plead to the In
dlrtmint charging Mm With cum or
Ifel lauilar of Jlernum ItuaenUial.
On motion of John V' llari. or coun
sel lor Hacker, the tfaadlnl waa put
over for two days. In the meantime
Mr llari and John F, Mrilnlyre, ehler
counsel, will submit a nee motion 'or
permtarlon to Inspect Hie minutes ef
the Grand Jury, hascl in gro'inds
different from thoer embrared In the
motion made a week axo Meeker aa
apparently WMhWtnitd sa he stood
with other pilaoners awalilng arraign
mrnt The Tumi p.dl.ir iiss not t
I lulmed Mil), ami he emllcd and tmwe l
lo perrons In court.
In the mutter of Srhepp. the proceed
ings wre brief. Aaalatant I dslrlrt-At-torney
Itubtn auhmilted an affidavit that
Srheppa la a vugram Mr. Sandler aaked
f.r tvti nty-rour hours Jn a lilcp to pre
pare for an examination Tha 1m,'
Attorney nked ror one week. Mr. BaMMl
let then anounred that client was will
ing lo wait a week, and tj 'hepps ens
tskon to ths prison sdJolnltiR Hie court.
m tin. way down from Albany the
Dlatrlci-Ailorney wan In conference
with Schepp. for about two hours.
They were In the eclulon of a Mete
room nnd their conversation waa not
taken down, unlesa Mr. Whitman made
notes or It. No one tint the IMetrlrt
Attoroey know, what rVhcpps lold him.
The Iraln waa erne. Inn tin. Har
lem Hlver when Mr. Whitman, after
dlamlaalnir Hrheppa. talked to the re
porteia who bud itceompanled him
from Albany. He said he was en
tirely satisfied with his talk with
"The man rorrohorntea nil the state
ment a made by Itnsn in which
Schepjiaa mime figures." derlnred Mr.
Whitman "Of course I have not
taken his statrtunnt In detail, but he
has told me enough to Justify my
prsvloua belief that he In a very Im
Hcbepps waa Jocular and whimsical
With a aarrsatlc grin he aald he was re
turning to New York to "do his duty as
a g od rltlaen."
"The Dlatrlrt-Attorney." aald Si-happa,
"la a vary Una gentleman and very con
siderate." "Ild you come all the way acroaa?'
asked a listener.
"Well." aald Hrhrpps, "! (old him all
he seemed to want to know."
8CHEPP8 NERVOUS BUT KEEPS
UP SHOW OF COOLNESS.
Ths District-Attorney met the Schepps
party at Albany. Schepp and tint le
' tectlvee, who remained in the sleep. ne
iir that had brought them from lliif
r!o until o'clook, walked to Htnnwlx
i Hall, anere Mr. Whitman was waiting
ror them Scheppa with a grin shook
hands with Mr Whitman and the pnrty
started far th'a city (n tno Nsw York
enree. leaving Albany at Ml o'clork.
i after the truln rroaard the Hud
son nivrr st Albany Schepps was taken
by Thomas ami llubln to the lUlafOOsl
of the parlor Modelln, where Ihe Dtp
trlci-Aiiutney was waiting to hour
M-l rpp. a confession. Murh lo the aur
prlae of thoer who were looking for an
pXteAdad MnfMSsM from S'heppa, hs
waa clo.veled with the I Hstrlcl-Attorney
only eight mlSHlM.
When Schepps etepped hack into the
rat his fare waa white and be lit a
rinntta with Making: rinxcr. Forcing
himself to ami la lie remarked:
"Wei!, MBtlMHIh we might aa well
eat bPMktMi It looks like It might I
an , Mi u ilng nay."
Mr. Whlti.inn then Mltod Assistant
pwirlrt Alton,,. y IttiMn. liernar.l II
"ib!. BehapM'i tawyar, ami Dotao-
llu l Thomas Into the loom In or
der. He ijueatloned Ms. RuMS l
lenmh regarding Mchcppa'a admis
sions. Following hts talks with th.. law-
y. ra so i IB MUCtlvM Mr. Wultm.in
aoinmoneii nciiepp into '.lie
ttatofoom. The priMntr did got ooma
nut until tha train was slowing up
tor ins one Hundred and T wants
1 nrth eireet stntli.n He wax cm
, .,,, eoiiiiog, (-. ustltly more
aullslle.l In hla own Mini than he had
been arter the flrst cohfcrel.ee up th
KREELY TELLS WHITMAN Ol
HIDING WITH ROSE.
The District-Attorney got from
Hchrpps a Mutcintnt supporting
Hoar a claim, that Schepp went t,.
Hairy Pollog'l ggMMlMtg Willi Itose
Mr. Whitman would not etute if
MhogM had contlrnnd whut Hone
s ild about Scb. ppa vlrltlng 11.- I., r.
apartmuni at MM a rciueat. H,. al...
Saclluad to net,, if BohspM nl Bg
ursd In the payment of immey to
I.-ft l.ouln and 'Hyp the Blood."
Mr. WMtCMJI said he had enjoyed
a good lest ut Van heater, his sum
in i in. nc . ami that he was out of
tOUOb. With tin inocreMi of Ihe nai
I Inntllrv lu i'l.ink .Mi.mh'b I. a, I. u.
would Ml O If the I tentlty of the
f;r,,0(PO grutl collector wan known t..
hapM w-as keenly dlaap,nlnted
when told the dining car g the Iraln
KM not open. "The Idea!" h ex
I hi BB ad. "A first claae train and no
eats aboard. Very vulgar, old fel
low. A man of public not thotlll
hay such small conitorta"
rubcppa, with DolMtlVI Tlmmaa,
got a buffet lueukfuel ur bollad MSI
tonal and 00 If, and whin th.. tinlii
iiacbeii PotighhsaMU he raturnad to
the parlor cur. spread 1,1. lege OUI OK
an axlra chair luid took In the Htld
mi fcCi.ncrj- until Eutr.rnv.iuil acati, Lv
SAW "GYP THE BLOOD"
AND "LEFTY LOUIE" IN
ROCHESTER, HE SAYS
ULciih.rfcH, Aug. w.-Accoi Jing to
MERCHANTS GAVE t
DIIPlMCD (C Tflin
I UUUInLI 10 IULU
Police Extortion Not Confined
to "Men Higher Up," I.ct-ler-Wriiers
CLASH STILL IMPENDS,
Hfltit Between Rival Counsel
of Curran Committee Will
The esperted clash between Attor
ney Hmnry Ruokngr, appointed n
POCMI "MglStMl" lo th- furran .I-
deriniml, i 'i im ml t tee that will Inves
tigate police graft, and William Ml
Murtrl,. HpMP, iinnied by OoSfJOraMsOII
Counsel Ual.on to net as counsel fi r
tlie rommltlM will tiot occur be. fort
Wed rev ,iv
Mr. Kpeer, who la In Kingston on
btlfinOM connected With the water
supply board, will not return until
riie.riay muni or Wednesday morn
ing. Then, after a onnforOIIM with
the I i .f pore I Ion OgSMMaj be will call
upon Mr. Muekner. It la possible that
at that time the committee's "ns-
idatnnt" will notify Mr, Speer that he
will be permitted to have no hand In
the Investigation of the committee.
Thla ultimatum, It Is expected, will
lead to a court tight Mr. Kp.-cr will.
It Is linaV ralood. Iegl! an Independent
Investigation Into the police graft.
hacked by Ihe foroeg of the Corporation
unael. When the i 'iirmti Committee
tueeta lale next month, to haggjsj the
akliiK or testimony, Mr Speer will ln-
r'.'t Lpon the rijtht lo Introduce the Wit'
MM be haii M -tired, ami to criav-
. amine such other wltnonaea aa may
lie called by Mr Hu. kner.
PATROLMEN GOT GRAFT, LET-
Attorney Itui'kner, who resigned
from the llHtr.-Attorney's office
last wee.., and spent several days m
lb nnaylvatilu. re. ling, returned to-day,
preparatory to opening unices In the
Mutual Life HulMlng. where ho will
make hla hMlIMI"lHl during the life
f th Curran Committee. He declined
to discuss the situation to-day until
he had bad lime to famlllarlaa hlni-
Mlf with lla late a", phssea.
Ahlerman Curran, Chairman of the
Aklcrmahie Committee, held a confer
ence with Mr. lu kner to-day, turning
over to the attorney a vnM amount of
mall he Jiaa received since the appoint
ment of tho committee. Nearly all
these lcttera. It la uiidcraUsag, detail
alleged grafting, not only in the matte,
of protecting gambling noiiae. and dis
orderly hoii.c. but In niimta.rless other
IMsMMMi Nor are these allegation of
irrnff oontbied to the Tenderloin. It la
iinilerstooil many of them aet out that
merWiant In all part of the city have
gUMaittag to ikiIIcb extortl'in for petty
privileges and that this ruft went to
th p.strolmen t iemselvcj and not to
Ihe "men higher up."
Itetween now and Ihe time for the
meeting of the Curran Committee At
torney liuckner and hi ae.latant will
lie busily engaged In Investigating Ihe
charges made In tbeae leltera. Interview
ing witnesses and arranging for the
hearing before the whole committee.
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE WILL
HOLD MEETING TO-DAY.
While It 1. daolafwd In many quarter,
that tha coin nlttei. will have great dlf
Bltllly In compelling reluctant wltneae
lo ntlfy. It I Oon00dd It can compel
the otten dance end le.t'.mony of any
and all i Ity official. Thla In Itaelf, It
1. i xperted. will develop much sensa
tion:, I tea! Inmny.
The Oilier,' Commlltee, appointed nt
the Co per I'nlon moating, to carry on
nn lndpendnl Invoatlgatlon not only in
to Mile nr.ift. but Into all tha depart
ment, or the city government, will meet
lhl arterno.in In the olRoa 'f the Chair
nun. Allan Roblnaon, N lit Broadway
to hear a report from th Plan and
Keope I'nmmltt.o which ha. Outlined
the work Ihe committee will undertake
Active co-op rattan with the Curran
Oontmlttao 1. ex-cted. PcmllnK th
meeting of the MaMtlttM, Mr. Itobtiuo n
tj-day declined In tell (,f Hs plana.
ACCEPTS "IN PRINCIPLE."
I.reat T1rltnlne tnatver rnnaui,
I'. ile Invlti lla) Mi
TXINM-MiN, "uir i The Knrelcn Or.
Ace notlled the I'nlted State.. Mmbaasy
to-day that the 1 1 rt 1 1 e h OeVt i nment go
cept "In principle" tho Invitation to
partlolpal lh the PgMJ Canal Exposi
tion. A formal acc. plum e t. dlayad
however, until the I'unama Comntltt
has tieen consulted concerning tho
Miss ROHM KaBIPIM of the Hamp
ton Nov.iiy company, manufaoturari
on tho third iiuor or the Bralnard imiiii-
Ing, u: No, ;a Wen Twenty-.'uui th
atrect, dlaplaytd gltlMlag OOoIOSM and
pluck lO-CA) when a ijuantitv i,r pa,a
line wax cuuniii nto in a cuncr or thu
.vi las Hampton not only kept about
twvilljr gin rioiii stilinped'.liiJ. hut or
' in. in nn,. a i.uckei bilg.nlw an I
ie,i ineiii a a UOOOrul attack on the
flames, lly the time the firemen gy.
rlve.l the blaM waa Mtlngulahod.
liiformallon nlven to the police by lie: t
Swor, a tlieaukal man who cla'm to
he an Iniiniato friend of "Lofty Lou e"
an I "Hyp the HhH.1, ' w.inled In mm.
Motion with the RnoaOthal MUfMf, the
two paaaad c, rough Boohallay Iat dJn
Ho, gajri he spoke to llurowltg snd
took lindi wl.h Mm lie ad. I that
KorOWltfl aald be was travatttag aitti
bl wile an 1 WM bound for V'uti,', u.it
He a.nd hla ixprni.'a wer being d, -fi
sd from n "killing" he had in i !
!n New York.
IIKI.NH I I .11.4111' llltY I.I.N,
an. unasl swmaURV."
' ' e.jerBieww 'T. ' ,
EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, jg.fflf
Witness in the Rosenthal Cae
Brought From Hot Springs To-Day
mK plffiJtg'JL3MJ bbsbbsVbb)
B Dtpy i'jwTTJrjtt-IWeroBM iint II
at wm ' t jeaaaaNTaa aanaas Kn
SA. 5ClrE!,Pt-'o CO -rmc.N P"3' '"' f
DOCTOR'S WIFE SHOOTS RICHMOND
PROSECUTOR AFTER MANY THREATS
(Continued from First Tag.)
Kanli without Miss Cnrnilchsel'e ap-
The rggtlast Jtlttllliaf , before ha col
lapeed and became unconcious at the
Unilth Infirmary, shere he was token In
an ambulance Immediately after the
shunting, told a different story of the
events In the office to Coroner William
It. Jackson from that later told by
.Mn. Kilinunds to the police.
Mr. Fai li aald ho waa baldly BMtad
at hla desk when Mrs. lCdmunds ap
peared at the door.
" 'tlood morning.' I aald to her Mr.
Kach told the Coroner.
" 'tlood morning.' ahe answered.
What are you doing aiiout my caae'."
" 'Nothing,' I answenl. 'I have
nnthlqg mora lo do with your case.
Your liushan.it was acquitted of tho
criminal charge of atiandonment. Mr.
John l' I'ursona has oharg,. of tho
civil proceedings. Tho case la out of
COULD NOT REACH THE HAND
"Then she rani; 'All rigrit, I have
a pPMMl here lor ye i ' gh opened her
hand-bng and ton ,
begun g hooting al :i
got up and tiled to
it a revolver and
across Ihe geek, I
atch her arm nnd
could not reach
turn 11 uble, but
r. Sh fired Hire
note at mi
Mid. I'dliiunda told the Bailee ,!, -k.
WM arguing with -Mr. Kadi and tb.it
loat bla temper u.'.U roan and struck
her on tin'
arm and that she really,1'', saying that Mr. Fach had taken
thought her life was in danger. Slio
has oarrtad the revolver about with her
for several months, aha said, hecui...
he bad many etiemlea and whj. always
In far that her billhead would atta.'.K
her, or cause lo r to be al larked
Mrs I'.dinundM ran out of the room,
throwing th revolver she had Hied
behind the door of Mr. Fach's orflee.
William Kleln.Hrhmhlt, confidential
clerk for John F 'lark. a lawyer
elated with Mr. Fach. and who has
friees next door, ran out Just In
time (o aee the woman start down the
"Don't let that woman get away,"
he ahouted down the stairs, when ne
glanced Into the niatrlct-Attorneya
ofrice nnd saw him sprawled back I"
his chair. "I.nck the door. Bhc haa
just s uit Mr. Fa i h."
DetetHlvM OoaeldlM and IteKlttrlcli
Were at the M frame or the bullllnK.
They came upstairs on the run, hut did
got neounter Mr. Kdinututs. All"- g
search thiy round her sitting quietly
In the olllco of lir. fence, a dentlat on
the cecum! floor, he bad walked Into
:ne olllce in the nbeem of I Ir. 1'enee.
VICTIM IDENTIFIED HER AS
WOMAN WHO 9H0T.
"I rums you are looking for me," aha
Mid plsaamntljr to Coneldtoi. He at enoi
look her b the arm and led her down
to the olllce or Coroner Juckson on the
tlrat floor, erhete Ir. Morse, alao u ton-
ant In the bulidlni,', waa working ov.r
Mr. F.ic'i In advance of the arrival of
an ambulance wl.l h hid been aent lor
by PgU lOOlM OWOM
"e. she Im the vvotnon wh i shot me,"
murmured the PlitrtotAttorao after a
Klaiue nt her and than turn-d away Ml
hi i.i Mi. iMmumts laomod. to t-e en-
iire'jr unmoved an.l folli.ved quietly
when ConeltllM tninbad lor on the ar ,:
uud gMttOSeal her out of Ihe room
ah, ad or htm.
Asitaui Diet Hit. Ax torney Rnnua who
had acted aa OOUItMl for Mrs. KdmaiuH.
aald tint neither Mi l'arauna nor Mr.
1 acii tiad over recetviKl a cent from to i
go far as he knew the only property
Mi .Mrs. ilmuada ever owned was a
half Mart uf a reel estate plot which h ,
O AaiwavaavM w3s aiwn.
husband hhd given her after their mar
Tlsco In lieu of dower rights. Sh.- ' I
ipiarrellej with her husband ov. . . "
mortgaging of these lota. Hhe rataed
$1,000 on them, which waa aoon oaten up
by taxes and lawyer's fees. Mr. Fach
bad repeatedly perauaded the .odder of
use wtwrogaaje nor ... lorcc.oae. ou. in.
went under tile hamniar a few
niontlia ago. : prufraalonal way, it la a perfectly hor-
TM b-tter rrarm .Mrs. Fslmunda to rid thing to aay, and I leave the answar
.lostlce Kelly waa In the poaseaslon nf 'o everybody on Rtaten Inland. Every
l.awyer I'aranns until a few day ago, ,''1y knows he could not have been a
Whan Mr. Faeh Mkad for It His friends "r ,nor ''voted or truer hue-
think he may have cnn-templated pro- I 5iL .r r-i a m. .
ceilings to have Mrs. Edmunds put In
Mr. Mh was shot through the rlglit
hresst, the bullet penetrating tho right
lung and coming out of the back of the
shoulder. Another bullet paaaed
through tho atonnch and liver and a
third lodged In his right leg. The ur
georm at the hospital aald they thought
Mr. Fach bad little If any chance of
j recovery. Hla condition at noon waa
! reported to be very grave and hla nnrj
i and child were constantly at hta bed
, aid. He waa operated on aa soon aa
be was taken tn tlie hoapltal, but there
I was no hope held out thut thu operation
would give any relief.
! Mra Kniund waa taken before
Muglatraie Mareh by Uetectlvo Consi
lium nnd was remanded while the
IpoltM visited her home and tried to
I learn more of her recent movements
'and of hor difficulty with Mr F., h
1 Wll talked freely during the two-hour
, it before ahe waa formally arrulgn-
i money and property from hr as her
counsel without obtaining for hr any
i of the relief which she sought In (he
wav of forcing her huaband to sup-
port her. She had not meant to ahoot
him when ah went to tho offlc. she
It was recalled hy Mr. Jach'e aaao
clates that several months ago when
Juatlce Kelly of the Supreme Court
threw out of court one of her artione
against her husband. Mr. Edmunds
wrote him an abuslva, acoldlng lettter
I Jnnttce Kelly aent It to her lawyer with
a message mat u it were wruien uy
a sano woman It waa Mr. Fach's duty
to prosecute her for contempt of court.
HUSBAND SAV6 PROSECUTOR
"PROBABLY DESERVED IT."
nr. John Marlon Kdmunda, who oon
dtlOtg what la known as the Herald
Square Dental Parlor at No. 110 Sixth
avenue, did not oxprera any great
degree ' surprise when he waa ap
priaed by an Evening World reporter of
"If she shot Kach." he aald calmly,
"he probably deserved It. He got con-
In. I of her property and now ahe haa
lost 1t all. Whether he got it away
from Iter while acting aa her attorney
or whether it waa essiiethlng elae, I am
not in a position to say, but I know
that the 32'.' lota which she owned In
Itlctimond have passed out of her con
trol. "iine-half of these I gave her In lieu
of dower and tt.o other half I gave her
. 1 ,,, It i, , ...1 .use with my wife
a beautiful woman who cannot atand
flattery nnd whose h.ad is easily turned.
"My wife waa Kllsaheth M. Henry,
daughter of a captain of the Fifth
Royal Hrltlah Draxoons stationed at the
NEXT SO 60
tav W.rSd8l.7 Sam.
iv. Libel ty HI. 1.00 a.m.
Pa-l.. ... In t.-Mi T'et Indie.. It was I
I In Mrbwakves In the Weet Iii'lioo In 17
IMI I first tne: her. We were niarrled
In fteno. Ne.. that -ar. I was prac
tising dentlatry In Reno at the time.
We neither ha) been marrle-l before.
"All Went Wei) t!H Vneember. MM).
Then one day while he waa riding In
Central Paik he met Noah Palmer, a
mllllonhtfSJ inanafa'-turee Mt,e met
him sgatn and agnln. ami on day he
sal.l to har. 'Vou are lust the kind of
little girl I wo li like to spend Iln -
nuo.nno on '
BROKE A CANE OVER HER
"J gn word one day that the pair
were to sail for Kurope on the Maure
tanla. I Interfered nnd Mr. Palmrr
sailed alone My With cam bacg to
live with me ror a abort tlm and then
I let m. 1 neat tnet her at Ona Hun
dred and eleventh street and Broadway.
Hhe was with a real e.. at tvrofter. and
J f broke a cane over hi. head. My wire
; tvnd ma afre.ied and I was arraigned
before Magistrate Cornell. The case
I was thrown out.
On Mac 24, 1911, ray wife had me
arrented on a . barge of abandonment,
il waa arraigned before Maclatrate
Marah, In Htatrn Island, and th ram
waa dlamlaecd. On Ier. 14 last 1 waa
i arraated again on Ihe aame charge
I and arralaned bcrora Maglatrata
' Handy In Htapletnn. Again the rasa
I was thrown out. Mr. IMmnnda began
i divorce proceedings before Juatlce
Maddna In the New York Banreme
'nort last May, and the action was
dismiss. "1 Last Tieoember she sued
for eparatJon In th Brooklyn Ku
; pram Court with the same result."
SAID ALL HIS PATIENTS PELL
IN LOVE WITH HIM.
Mrs Rdmtnd firs: sued for a divorce
In Hhe named a-a co-repondent
iisa .vieeauna weese. vnn nan neen a
1 iiatient of her huaband. Mra Rdmunda
made a nlatement at tho time that her
' husband won tho heart of every prty
girl for whom he pulled a tooth. Tho
dentlat lived at No. 40 West On Hun
dred and Fourth street at the time ah
brought the ault.
In a cmaa suit Ttr. Kdmnnda charged
i hla wife with undue frlendahlp for Noah
Palmer. Trealdent of the Knickerbocker
Chocolate Company, and with a captain
In the Ninth Coaat Artillery, then ata-
1 tinned at Fort Wndsworth. Mr. Palmer
went abroad Just before th dlvorc
nctlnn. In hla papera the dentlat aald
i fhnt Mrs. Kdmnnda had told him th.it
- u.i ... . . k a. .1
air. raiam ieeu liar UJ nop. Wlin
The caoe was long deferred and In
11111 Mr. Kdmunds started an action 1n
( New Jersey. Dr. Rdtnunda sue -eeded 1n
' proving that the New Jersey courta had
no lurlsdlctlon. loiter came her charge
I Mrs. Kdmunds told the police to-
dny that her husband had been a Wild
West show rider and fancy shot
when she met him In California In
1111. fth went to Reno with hhn
and ha began hi career aa a dentlat
i her. They came to New Tork, ahe
' aald. about twelve yearn ago.
Mrs. Pach left har huenand'a bed at
the hoapltal at 1 o'clock thla afternoon
with the highest hopes that hn would
"Th new of the shooting, while of
course It waa a tarrthl shock." she aald
as h aat on the porch of her home
with a number of sympathetic friends
about her, "waa not altogether a sur
prise Mr. Finch had been greatly wor
Had hy the woman'a Inslalence on going
to h, m' frequently told me he
hl, ,ntlmat1on that my
'. he1 .nv relatione m-tth her ..-, .rl In a
aald Mr. Faeh never aJlowed the
woman to be alone In the office with
him and frequently kept her waiting
until he could have a witness of the
Tlitrlct. Attorney Fach waa alerted In
1!Mrt on the Democratic and Independ
ence League ticket. He had been an
Assistant District-Attorney for two
years, Hn la young and waa graduated
from the New Tork Law 8ohool only
seven years ago.
Immediately after hi election he be-
rai, a campaign to wipe out dlaorderly
resorta in Richmond Borough with the
aid of the Men'a Church League. H
haa been talked of a Democratic can
didate for tor, nigh President nt the next
city elect! on.
INFANT DEATH TOLL LOWER.
Only One Milk Station Baby Died
Only one death waa reoorded among
tha 17,000 milk station babies Inst
week, fitnoe ths week of Aug. 10 the
wave of Infant mortality has been going
down. It I far under that of laat year
at thla time. The liable' Welfare As
sociation la apparently aauured of a
record In baby aavlng far In exceaa of
laat year. Thar have been IX fewer
death of babies under one year old
since Jan. 1 this year than during th
corresponding period laat year.
Only HI euoh death occurred last
week In tha Qreattr City aa compared
with IM during th correal ponding wreak
of laat year. Manhattan Borough had
1X9 bablea die, four leaa than the previ
ous weak and eleven leaa than tha cor
responding week In Wl. Brooklyn bad
twenty-one fewer death.
Home rross Trip to Ireland.
Among the passengers who arrived on
th Anchor Unar Caledonia yaeterday
from Ireland waa Alex and r I, Rork.
secretary to auprame Court JucUce John
J. Dalaney, accompanied by his mother,
Mr. Honora Rorke. Thay vlalted Parts,
Edinburgh and London, aa seal I aa th
most plctureaque aeotlon of Ireland, whll
abroad. Including Roscommon, where
Mra. Kork waa horn more tb-n a evenly
Spedal lor Monday, Ihe lllh
Kill IIK 1 1 I I A NTS fj mn
See. v-. a-IVr. 1UC
BRI'MMKM. STVI.E BKOstKN
r aNUVi Hive
rot Ml BOX
1-ark Kow and 4'ertlandt atreel atore peu eirery evening until i o'clvek.
ll our alorea onen Haluidav e.enlnr until It o'clock.
Milk Chocolate Covered
Palatable etntre or Oriental atria Neu
ral, with a doubl ootlns of,Mir Pre
mium Milk Chocolat lo
eomplata a conf. Hon ( asaaafsx
rare wnoiaaomana. JLwWmw
After MUnd af1n around at the out-
set, lin k market p. lees finally assumed
an upwaid trend and advan:i.a. nnr1y
1 point abi.v Ihe Pnal range or Satur-
lav during lb- mOrntna nerlnd Con-
Uderable Irregularity waa man'fested at
the opening, many Issues showing frac
tional losses. The tone gradually im
proved when oi v., . orders round their OOIUIC'I llilD UCTCD1U
way Into the market Steel, Northern 5rAHIjil If Ml f C I CllAII
and 1 nlon Pacific ami Copper appeared
ln,rg"n"of an" p'in'ts","bl,"h'1 RELIEVED OF ITCHING. BURN
Subaequent deaimga held firm. ' ING ECZEMA BY 9AXO SALVE.
The market was devoid of feature In ' 'l suffered from ertrma. and the
the atternoon period. Price change, itching was so intense I did not grt
were conrined tn small frartlona. A . nieht'.
brier upturn In
the last few mlnutea
elevated the list slightly above
week's riming at t'.io finish
I he Inatagt Price
TVvday hthe.t. Ineest and last pHnes nt ,Ut-k'
awl or nrt rhangrf. ' eamieisl with Sitard.v
fiaal brurw. are aa folk'. Net
An Car Pa ...
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Am lis i'.
Am. Loenawttv, . . .
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CHAUNCEY L WINNE DEAD.
.Reatawmat Maw With Maa? Krleada
Victim of Typhoid.
Chauncey L. Wlnne of the firm of
Wharton aV Winn, proprietors of The
World reataurant. In the Pulitzer Itulld
Ing, died yesterday at hla home In
Rosedale, L I after a tw-o-morrtha'
Illness from typhoid fever. Mr. Wlnne
waa about forty-five years old and
came of an old family of hot! owners.
His father and uncle were for many
years owner of a hotel tn Kingston
Mr. Wlnne came to New Tork City
when a young man and had owned
restaurants before he became asso
ciated with Mr. Wharton ten year ago
In The World restaurant. He waa well
liked by every one who knew him, and
had a wide acquaintance.
Hla affable, courteous manner mode
htm many friends, particularly among
the hundreds of newspaper employee
with whom he came In contact.
Hla Hums started with an attack of
malaria, which developed into typhoid
He made a gallant fight, but the earlier
stares or hi attack had ao weakened
him he finally eurrumbed. He lemvea a
widow and two children.
ALMANAC KX)R TO-PAY.
Sun rise., 6.14!Siin art... ll.Mlkooa .eta. 10.M
Hll'.l Water. bow Water.
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Bandy Hook 0 17 O.l.t A lt T OS
'."re r. lllaad ...Og'l Ml T.I, DO.
Hall Oat 3.41 S 1 H ill 0 4.1
Why Don't Vou Try
Fine for flavoring soups
and gravies. Nothing
better as an appetizer.
10c A BOTTLE
at Grocer' and Delicateaeen Store.
I Trade Mark.)
Special lor Tuesday , Ibe 20lh
Tt TTI Hit I Tl I 11 KA.M -SJ fW
KlKSKMl Kile, value ele- I MO
where. I'M Ml BOX W
V4 A1.M THi llOe. tabic else- UP
I VI BOX
wolffht wh U
m mm contain
Bap rail. naT Ptrerrntloa Pfov
A hnv about fiv yara old, bllavd to
be MMlff S, hwarttberg. who la miaalng
f hla home, No. Sl Kaat HoUttol
street, waa playing on the recreation
n.er at Tali I street and Kat River last
nn. wh,,n hr disappeared over th
dg Into the water. The acreama o
w .men were heard bv Pnricotnan Ryan
of the Cn'nn Market itatlnn. who ran to
P- ' '"n'" eTappled around
but could And no irace of tha
ftr, Bl.rk ,nd .jy wpre cnTererI
with large rril patchr.. I trsrd ovrry
e car ma rrrar-dy on the market, also
it different dor-tors and a specialist.
None knows how I suffered with
out relief. Aa a last eegort 1 triad
Saio Salve, it stopped thr itching at
once and worked like Magic. I with
I could tell every ectema auffrrrr
what Sano Salve aill do for them."
Wm Delanev, a Spanish war veteran.
.15.'. at list ..treel. New York.
Sa v.. Salve stops the itching and Mali
V I If you have erseaaa. tetter, ring
,( I worm, barber's itch or a akin disease
B ' of anv kind trv it vou get vour money
,' Stores in New York and
:a Brooklyn and al til drug
store where this blue
V I and white -.ign ojaap
t I il diiplayed.
'1njr tn fileHih llliprinfincnl. auill Ml
IssTattnr iir tinartrrn. ur dmr to mltn r mir
(iN-k lu rimkr ruom and msr ufftvliic
fiml i nil ui mii.-mI-.
All Prices Reduced
Mission Set. 12.50
Early Sngitah Oag Booker and Arm
Chair, npholstsred la Boston 4 a r A
leather, and Earljr BngUsb Oak I 7.311
13 DZm $50
$1.00 A Week Opens an Aeeoanl
W nil I TOR Ol It M'.w TATALOO.
'Our Bronx Store"
All Size Roll
When print an ordered from ua.
for nrlrta are Um .err laM. I
No. 2 1 rb. Other atan 1b n,nml.
Work Guarante$ti. Mail Orders FilUd
it A Week
Bicycles and VictroUs
on taaf Teruia
405 Broadway, Below ranai at.
126 LnirersitT PI., net. laVM nt..
We L. DOUGLAS
W. L. Douglas ehoes
hold their ehepe, lit
better and wear longer
than any other make
for the price.
Stem Is Greater New V orV :
IS Naaaaa Street
7U lliuailwsjr. anr. till St.
e&H Hi .. ei ..y . eor. lei- St.
IM. He., i .y, tti KU
I4M llt.il way. 1 line. ,
fS4 4.1 ATe., near Will St.
II' J Sil ATI-., near .ait Nt.
r.' a. 4... aor. Ia si. DKOOKl.tTl. ti.T.
TT Tblrrl Assima 4tl Kullnn Mlresl.
B4A lii'Mli Avenue. Tie in Tlo lirnadwar,
u Kislitti A... nrar4td. lorr Hn..lway.
i We.1 l'.'Ml. 8trrel. 147 Hmailwar.
-- till A , iw. nth I
vl-ai Broad sl 177 fiuui A.anu.
ROOT la not raeommended far
evarythlnr; but If jrou
bav kldny. Uvar or
bladdar trouble It will
ha found juat tha reinadr you need. At
drurrtata In ftrty cant and dollar alu.
You may bava a aampl botile uf tbla
wonderful new discovery by mall free,
alao pamphlet tellln all about It.
Addreaa, Dr. Kilmer a f..., Blnfliaioloa, N. T.
Baalahea odor of perspiration, A ban
lui.lv harmless. Sampls mailed free te
Jar. Vfte. nnur and Department Stores.
C, FT Heeler re., 1BQ4I all..whtll ST, r-hlhT
AH lael or found articles .rt
.rrll.nl In Tlie World will he
lated al rm w oria'a Infonna-
lluti Hureeu. Iullir.r Building
Areade, Park Rew i World?
I'ptowa Off lie. aerlbweet cor
ner HNtb si and Hroedwari
Werld' llarlem Office, ft
West llitMb Ht., and World'
Brooklyn office. W'aablag
ton HI.. HroeklyB, for SO da,,.
f.llovln. toe orl'aUn mt