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PRESIDENT TAFT JSZSffSS EVENING WORLD
DISGUSSES AT LENGTH ALL THE CAMPAIGN ISSUES
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I EDITION. I
PRICE ONE CENT. WJWWaiT1" NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 25,
FORSBREY'S CAPTOR TELLS
OF HIS THRILLING CHASE .
AFTER ESCAPED SLAYER
Detective Got Tip in Saloon
and Took Up the Pursuit
in Oil Time.
ON TRAIL ELEVliN DAYS.
Baffled bv Bleached
lent! ' y
but Finally Verified 1
Reynolds Torsbuy, iuilii tud for two
holdup mttrdgrg, and recorded, after
hla MBUlDg escape from the Tombs
on Sept. 2 last. :ii the must dang t HI
rrimlnal at lar;, can pODdtf to
;ay In cell No. K'.S of that same
l.aetlle on iho atranpe vicissitude of I
i.it and bow a pug-noged oroog wlta
ii cauliflower ear lot his tOBIM lllp
In m Bronx Mloon eleven days aj; '
when Uotltgnatlt John Lake of
Harbor "B" prrclr.rt happened to lie
IS that sulcon refreshing himself
with a kIh" of ' r,
John Lake Ii i i man Commleetorief
Cropeoy i roka far some teehaleal
liresch of itatl in h.iuJe rulos. but Who
waa reinstated by Mr. Waldo. While
he may have committed ih halnoua
offense of in itlng In hie halt- while
m .n.ri. am-, hi. tins .liMTK.milraled
10 Commissi, ler Dougherty that he aa The second game ... be played
iha Muff la .,! for the making of nlUoaton the Wt day.
iiva ii. followed the blind
eat port al a flue and followed it so
merrliis! and perslateiitly fur ten rtsys
i net he br fh( sbout Ihe
he most MJj wanted I
TALt OF THE PURSUIT AND
The tale of the huatliag and capture
.f Reynolds r,.rlir.-y and his co mpan
ion. Ma ran re l Ryan, by Deputy Con
rntaatoner Dougherty. Uautenant Bom-
Inlck Riley Mn.l UetaeUvg Frank 1 lynn
III a little Mel 00 Iha top noor of No.
iiTtt Ko street the Bronx, la--! Bight,
aoadi more nu.- a Harrison Alnsworth
f.ible of ihe .luy ..f lack S::fpird :
nod Clau le i 'ue.ii than
ll.'o ease. Tht Halt that
the si. m and
timid-looking girl play
I'd in this up-tn-
data tlnillcr in retJ
llfe is a weird
chapter by itseir
Shadowed by twelve detective! day
and nlKlit an.l . .i.lngly la-ar.na ou;
her promise ... :ir;n after LOBfoaelM
.mi flu- '! .i r.eJ aaws an.l mar. a le
,ieid to the c-u of her lover n Aug
a iiuio mora tiin a week before
actual eaeape. s. t t a remarkabls
a...l..u1 n.a.ee L'll.ird on Sept. Ii
ped Ilka a homlnd iirfn io P'orabray'a
halter, dyeing he hair yellow us Pores
in ey iitui died hla slack, and remained
In perfeo; security with him until John
Lake ferreted them inlt-
Laku got hla dhie Juat one day after
Margaret ityan eluded her ggOOrt of
four detectives on a subway express at
the Fourteenth atreet staUon. LUto
illdti'. even know that after Deputy
Commissioner Wright had permitted
the girl her frcodom on probation and
obtained a Jot ae stenographer tor her
a! No. al John street, Capt. I'oughlan
(Continued on Second Page
Baseball Scores To-Day
10 10 10 10
4 0 0 0 0 1 0
AT ST. LOUIS.
0 0 0 1 2 0 0
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POH BASEBALL SEE PAGE 16.
NEW YORK GETS I
OF WORLD SERIES
National Commission Decides
Giants and Red Sox Will
Begin Oct. 8.
TICKET APR N( jEMENTS.
22,000 Will He Sold
The Rational feiir. ! '. '.I at a spe lal
nni.ina hh! to-day al Pel hem Manor,
tpg honte uf John T, llrtish. Ihe I'real
Vnt of the New Vurk N'ltl.mal feagUS
Club, ie ided u hold the flrat gams
r the World series bet i ion the Olanti
and the Boatun Red Hog at tin Polo
Qionnna oa Tuesday ifternoon. Hot. .
After ma: ng arrana
naala for tn.
dates of the gamsi t.u Commlaalon de
Sided ulun Itlgli an. IClem as the
umpires tor the National I.eamie, while
U'loug1iUn and Bvani a re aelected
In orTklate (or the Amoi'ioail la jg ae,
Ihe decision of Hi" opi ning .lute Was
determined by flipping a coin New
1 York wanted Tuesday, ct. Boston
w luted Monday, "ct. r,
Oarry Herrmann, Praaldaat of tbs
Ilea Is, ' orted Ban Joiinson.
"Tails," aatd John T, Xlruh.
Talis turned up,
Thi. gams method was used In select
lnr the olty in which to open the series
Thoaa tvno were preeenl al the m
Ing of the Comralaaton were Rrealdeni
Oarry Herrmann of the I'.imm. Blbn
Proaldeni Ban J oh neon, rv the Amerl
-an Laatfua, Preeldani Lynch, for thi
National League: James UoAls f
l' esident and Robert M Roy, Baere.
taiy of the Boston Anierlc.if League
luh. Jnlm T Brusht, Pregjden
he New fork National League Cluh
and Secretary John a. Heydler of t .
The meeting was held al the home ol
John '1'. Brush t I'eiham Manor,
in- suatanned an injury to his hip
an automobile accident an.l ooutd
coma in t
In the city.
The agreement nn travelling ,n
eangemsnts was made to ellmlnai
any (Misalbillty nf one team gaining nn
advantage ln aiaeping and eating it
had been proposed that two games tM
played In eaoh city before moving In
the other, the players having object .1
strenuously to the dally moving. The
advantage to the llrst home ten:n
would be too great, however, and this
was not ooitntenanced loni The o i-
ers may still Objeol to travelling every
day, but they cannot complain that
their opponents have an advantage,
The Important matter of distribution
' nf tickets for the big aeries the Com
I mission pats squarely ui to the tWi
I clubs. The New York club has Qg tided
to lav aelde H.fioo Fea for reservation,
The remainder of ihe 10,000 hII coup
will be sold at :he gates
In order to avoid ticket speculation ths
club management announced that a..
win be made ut the Polo Oroundi IU
that ea.'h purchaser of s ticket will lie
compelled to pass Into the atande. Ko
! one will be permitted to turn 'lack after
' buying a ticket.
The Host. m elUb will carry out lis
ticket plans which have been undo
I way sine July it will accept reaer
vations by mall, but Will let aasept
I any money aent by mall. The appli
cant will iiave to call In person to buy
and pay for the ticket.
HEADS CRUSHED WITH AXE.
KANiAP CITV. Mo., lepl 9 T res
persona were found murdered, their
skulls crushed with aa axe, al Welling'
ton. Kan., according to rOPOrtl r slved
port tins afternoon.
roM'tlCsi. sAKll.B AXIt O'lHKIU
csn rent aa Asioinuiy ila.i lu iha fulitssr
Buiuiing. eating iou. sno sbs uuu la,
11, VaJUleV lWII'Wnllig:7.a" -
HAS TO PAY $5,000
TO GEM GOWNS
Her Twenty-five Trunks Are
Confiscated by the Cus
WON'T HI: PROSECUTED.
:tur Loeb and Attorney
Decide to Start No Crimi
The finery which Mrs. Amnrne C.I Ifff .tffirfll ftrffn.
Klngaland Of No 71 Fifth avenue (Stag Correepomlsnt of The Evening
' eight In to Mil country In twenty World.)
trunks on the Kalserln Auguste Vic-I BARATOQA, Sept. 2;.- in order
lorla. Raturday, hnj. heen eonflscsted , that the Republic,.!, party may ..
by the Cuatoma House authoritiei onion reoord in lespeet ,,r progreaaW
r.iti.in of COIIeCtOr Wllllnm Ieb Jr. POllCleg the State OOOVOnUon this
Rhs can re.leem the things by Doytng I afternoon adapted a reMulutlon provld
ahout fc.ifle. In duties and penalties. '"g 'Of open aeaatona of the eomtnU-
There will be no ortmlntJ proaariitlnn I tea on raaolutlona. This win give an
if Mrs KliiKslaml Collector Loeb opportunity to the advocate! ,.f direct
turned over all the Information he had i nominations and other Innovations
gathered tending to show whether or not j which have been SolBOd as Ma OWE by
Mr., Ktnggland'g evasion of duties WMlOoti Roosevelt.
dell'. crate, and, In the opinion of him- About the only dlaturbandg Hgured
elf and John B. Vreeland, Federal
Proaeoutor for the n.-w Jeragy District.
there l not available enough evidence
uf etlful fraud to wairanl proaecutlon.
Collector l.'M-h was Incline. I for a time
to foal tint the conduct of Barney
Ueshnn the caretaker of Mrs. kihuh
land'i home in i-'ifth avenue, m Inform
Ing Inspectors that Mrs. Klnsslainl vtas
at the Plana, ami "Would always be
good to the boys" If they called on her.
was it least ground for suspicion that
lu r failure to declare her Importations
u not altogether ogreleea.
"Mat. anyway." he said, " she has mw
:a.l to pay about twice the duties she
wool. i have bad to pay ir her mentori
nd her eenae of dut y to her country I
had bei n better, and I lo not b IP-ve slo
will do It again."
,'ASTOR HAS POLICEMAN
HELD AS A BLACKMAILER.
Vrrcsted, the Rev, Mr. Young Hud
to dive Up sum.) to ( in Free,
John A. Williamson, a youni proba
tionary policeman, arreeted on a charge
of blackmail, preferred by the Rav,
Joseph Hudaon foung ..f No SOfl Went
Twentieth street was bald wlthoul ban
by Magistrate Corrlgan In Jafaraoa
Market Court this afternoon 1o await
the action of the lirand Jury.
"I recommend lo 'he MatrlctAttor
nay," aatd the Magistrate, "that this
man he Indtetod on two counts, one foi
ac i thin- he agtorted money from the
complainant, vn.i if the indictment is
found true I hope, he will be moiten d
to prison for fifteen years."
The Magistrate also charged the Die-trlct-Attorney
and the police to use
evgry effort to Rnd out if there was
another policeman, as Intimated In the
teatlmony, who aharcd In any black
mall which might have been collected.
The evidence tended to show thai
Williamson arrest, d the Rav, M
Young in Central Park on Aug i ini
then let aim go tor II. mi. Later, ac
cording to witnesses, Williamson ml
lo the geamgna Hank for Savings With
the minister und cashed a cheek lor
mm Mr young teatlfled that vmii-
lAHlslon told Mm iM wttN In lieu (if
Una n iloti luni been linpotAd on ttn n
ItCAtn 111 for Ipititur tht rnlnlnter ffo thu
llrnt time M r tToung KUld that Will
UWIVon hud Vl Hi tt'il h Im rout UN nn ui:--
oooapfon - r l ti iImuu iiijfii inoiM ut t i
point ol ii rovolvof.
ROPE ON CAR KILLED BOY.
iMVOetlfljntloai Hl.otia II Dr.taa.-.l
Lad to Death.
inspectors of the j'ubiic gervlce
Coremlaalon to-day golvad the giyaatory
attending t o death of Daniel pn-
nuro, a fourtia n- car-old newsbo't
ahoga mangled body was found on
the atreel railway track In Broadway,
between One Hundred and sixth and
Din, Hundred and Seventh streets,
Monday night The Ing Doctors found
that the boy )uid boon dragged a con
siderable distance by a hi Ripen rope
attached to ewlftrunnln Third
Avenue Hallway egf, then eaugbl
under tli. Whoalg nod around to death
It la thought ae wag sie.iling a rids
on the ci to whi'lt had been hi
Inched thi rope In which ths bo;.
1 1. at ntangled in endeavoring r
"" himself he fell and was draggeil
I to his di I til. The bn) I I with hl
I parents al No, . - W est tint Hundi
IS IN FULL SWING; !
Republican Delegates Assembk
at Saratoga, Ixit Seem Afraid
to Make a Noise.
BOSSES VERY 01 ill:
Half a Dozen Candidates for
Governor, but Outcome Is
out In advance mav com., out In lh.
I resolutions eotnmHtao, The old
I Ouard is strongb oppoaed to the
I adoption of gome measures which the
1 leaders who have a leaning toward
iMHigressiveness want the party to
The convention, altar a unlntor
estihK and undemonstrative opening
aegglon, adjourned until to-morrow
It was an hnnost-Ua-goo lnes opan.
fair field and no-laaor oonventloll which
opened at noon. The houses were all on
hand, but doing little or nothing In the
way of bossing
it was a peculiar altuatlon, Tha
Kepuhlican party on Ihla OOoaalOO has
left the choice of a candidate for gov
ernor and other ofllces golaly to the
delegatea, and tha delegatea with thia
new power In their hands didn't know
what t do with It, I
HALF A DOZEN CANDIDATES IN
Half a dozen candidates In the Held
have a following, and as the onen-
tion assembled there was no apparent
prospect that the delegatea of their own
volition would unite on anybody. The
outlook Is that the Boaaeg of the party
win be virtually forced to select a can
didate and hand him over to the con
vention. William I. Oulhrle, the Temporary
Chairman, struck the keynote of feel
ing of the convention In big opening re
marks, lie admitted that the proepa I
was anything but assuring, hut pro. cod
ed 1" show that the Republican party In
! ri.es pas' had fa- .1 i isl i gl i.imj a
prospect and emerged to victory.
During Mr Outhrle'i a.i.ire the
Conkllng Uncondltlonataa of Utlca. a
uniformed marching club, entered the
soavontlon hail sccompanled by one of
the BOlgggt Big and drum COrpg "lit of
ga tlvlty. In utter Ignorance of the
fact that Mr. Clulhrle's speech
Hi.UtN) worda long, the fife and drum
corps took up some valuable time, but
nobody hera Is In a nuir. Ihe pro-
gramme is for a three day convention,
DELEGATES SEEMED AFRAID TO
MAKE ANY NOISE.
The act iai opening of the convention
was in keeping W1U1 tae muimiuci ano
halting preliminaries. Two willing and
noisy brass bands lulled to Inject any
spirit Into the proceed li-is Ihe old
war horses of the irly were greeted
as they entered and took thell seals,
but the greetings were dlscia et. It
was as though tha patriots were ufrald
to mall" uny BOlgO,
There was almost no public interest
In the convention. Tae galleries ware
but half tilled. This condition was In
marked entrust to that Of two years
ago when it teemed that everybody In
this part of tin. State wauled lo get
inside, and most of them succeeded.
Hut Col, RooeOVell w.u here tWO yeara
U4o and things were doing
The lirai genuine touch of snthualaifO
was aroused i,y State Oialrmah llarues
when he stood up to oall the convention
to order. The old timers In tha party
the m.n who btllava Ifegl the Rapub
Ih an pgrly should be the party of con
ervgttonahorgd Hames again anl
age in fur he is the embodiment of tnelr
UPSTATE MEN START BOOM
Muring the time the delegatCI wen
jetting togelhef a boom fo; DtatrlctAt.
an y Whitman of New York County
IContluuad on fifth 1'ags )
TAFT BATTERS TRUST POLICY
OF ROOSEVELT; SAYS WILSON
STANDS FOR WOE TO LABOR
Man Who Led to Forsbrey ' Capture,
Slayer and Girl Caught in Flat
ataatttnaW V. '4slsitSti5
vincxi. V - t v v i i .sagassv v
FIRE BELLS FAIL
TO STOP SLUMBER
Democratic Nominee Sleeps
Peacefully While Others
Rush Out in Alarm.
The Demoeratle ai-II late for the
Progldency is not a man to bo dis
turbed hy auch a little thing as an
alarm of lire. He exhibited this In
difference at the Hotel tlolllngwood at
No. 4T West Korty-flfth street two
hours after midnight this morning
Uov. Wlls in was detained until
nearly mldnlaTht with the phonograph
record people who were "canning" four
of his speeches. Then when he re
turned to the ColllOgWOOd for the night
he spent mora than an hour talking
with hla brother Joseph In the hotel
lobby. Ha retired to hi room on tha
fourth door BOfns time after 1 o'clock
Near I o clock the sudden Jangle of
the ttolol'g tire alarm bolla broke the
llencg of the upper corridors The
mill. I IkMiamlm aff the It. 1 1 lirnticlil
, . in. ... ui. .,.!....-
people tumbling out Into the corridors
in ill states of undress and gome
even hurtled down stairs to tho lobby
with nothing r but overcoats and'nad
night (lollies. .Joseph Wilson, s laws- "Th
room was on the ggoond door, started .. It
for Ihe fourth to be ure that hla
brother was awake.
Hut Just ag he atsrieij to pound on
the t.overnor s door a to Ilhop came
rantilng down tho corridor calling
"1'aisu alarm." So Brother Joe did
not awake Brothel Woodrota asi.i it
was not until he . amo down to
breakfast near !i o'olOOh Ibis morning
that the Prealdl ntlal andidite knew
that the whole house had been
tumbling about his ears In the small
hours. A orogalng Of the wires some-
where in the ttaaement had been re- i
ponalbla for the alarm.
MARCONI'S WIFE INJURED.
rtOMR. Hept. Hlnnora Marconi,
wfn of Uuullelma Mareonl, the wlrelsas
Inventor, atae Ifl'dgy ranoriad badly ln
lured In an automobile wreck near
World 11 ui. In. I, i.k lal, lis 1 1, a.
l.aa.B altr... Uttlll ...III I.MI.Ir i. ,.!,. Si
lisfbrr sao M.mr.., chi;..l.udi. ta as-
ItajfjAalUCf saai gtftgjfjgs
2J tt Ml
! at LIEUT JOHN LAKt. ft
MOTHER LEAVES BABY
ON DOORSTEP; GOES TO
END HER LIFE IN RIVER
Note Pinned to Child's Dress
Says She'll Leap From
t wo-muti ihs-old baly girl. - with
ayag arid fait hair, was found In
a ri.it) at Nn i: 1'lks street, this after-
i i, r: n,c nni kl cglng, Ml. was
dressed In a s illed flannel gown, a dingy
red rap and hrand new white kid shoes
and white stoi king-
in the dress s pinned
baby's inme Is Theresa I'earl-
R 1, her mother, .an 'tot support us
innger i go K. is,, Brooklyn Bridge la
mskn an end of mvnelf. The world,
wht. h is go'al to Intles. will
, tier, I pray Qod
Mn fi: tRbftTRIN.'
Imi w,-re nottfled
keep a watch for a
killing beraelf. Little
woman Intent .in
Tin resa was sent
EARTHQUAKE IN ILLINOIS
SCATTERS DINNER DISHES.
Two Sharp Shocki at Midday
Spread Alarm Amonf the
Peopli of Rockford.
Id .('KIMIUI, 111.. Kepi Two dig.
tine) aarthquabea. the Brat occurring
at l.tt o . luck. Wera fait h-ie to day.
Dlahaa i ri goatterad from Unnsr ta
blag by ths tremora, arbloh ooaUnuadl
. ............ - au .i...l. I
vuused oiulflsiabl. alarm,
Promises a Revision of the Tariff;
Hints an Extra Session if the Re
publicans Control Next Congress
in Both Branches Opposes Hap
hazard Reductions of Democrats.
Declares That the Third Term Party
Trust Plan, With an Unprincipled
Man in President's Chair, Might
Lead to the Establisment of a Dic
tatorship and Cause a Revolution.
Prciklent Taft, at the home of his brother, Henry W. Taft, last
night gave to The Evening World an exclusive interview in which for
the first time since his nomination lie discusses at length in a newspaper
the issues of the campaign.
He promises a reduction of the tariff on a scientific rather than a
haphazard basis, even hints at an extra session if the Republicans are
in control of Congress to carry out revision.
He raps vigorously the proposal of the third-term party to control
trusts through Federal incorporation and regulation, declaring that this
would create a monstrous monopoly of power which in the grasp of an
unprincipled man could be used to perpetuate his authority and makd
him a dictator who could be overthrown only by a revolution.
He replies to Gov. Wilson's talk about the tariff law being a strait
jacket for American energy and Industry.
He discusses the high cost of living, and says that while 33 per
cent, of European workmen are facing starvation American workmen
are not only not facing starvation but are able to pay the coat of living
and also put aside for a rainy day. He adds that with a lnxscratic
President and Congress there would be four yean of rainy days.
He says the I'ayne law has no more to do with the tTaveased cost
of living than the cable tariff.
He says suffrage for women Is an issue to be decided by (be Stats.
He also comments on the recall
Sam Gompers, the negro vote, and
that he was being misled by bad advisers.
He feels sanguine of re-election, declares that the Republican party
is still the dominant party and that the expected growth of the Demo
cratic strength has failed to materialize.
STILL WEARS THE FAMOUS SMILE.
I'regldont Taft nover looked batter, notwlthatsuidlnj tho hard work
of aba rata a salon of OoagTeaa. Hla area eparklod with good nature, big
ralle waa an catohy and hla namnnor aa cordial aa at hla flrat reception la
MVaahlngton. Evidently ho bad hoard good newa. or nana bo considered
good, and he aoowttd to bo well content with tho way thlaga ware going.
Hu anawered queatluna readily, and at tha same time wuu dnilberatlon:
"Jfr. Pretidmt, hav you visited tht 'Chamber of Horror in
Onion Hqutire, ichere the lutdmi upon lit ing aniler the high tariff
"No; but a Nuw York frlnoU told ran a little Incident in regard to It
north romeinlwrlng. According lu thu aujry told me, tha exhibition In
clude a uunilssr of artl ita of clothing tagged with the prloea, and aa
ullt-ged lUttacaoBt of what the article would coat with the barlft dutlaa
doduo'ed. 1 underbuild unit a utiuiiwr or eatalillsDmeuta engaged in the
manufacture of cloUiing arc situated lu the neighborhood, and a wo-klng-man.
evidently from oue of tuoee oeubllstiuienu. atrolled at the noon hour
into the eablbitlga, 1-ooklni? about him, be noticed a coal bearing a urlca
tag, aud Indicating "hat the coat of tho coat would bo witbout a tariff
duty. 'Why.' he remarked, 'tluu would bring the jirtce of the coat lower
tuuu atari 1 P ,(,r making one. At that rate where would I coma tnr
It la hardly H sary to suy that he would not 'couie In" at all, uuTsaa
willing to work for one-halt to oucitlf h of b a proaeut pay for making
"Don't you think, Mr. PremiUnt, that it would benott tht
whole country and open to us (he markets ol the uorld if tht tariff
were redwrd to a figure that uould prove to other nationt our
de$ire lor broader commer. iai xntenourtet"
"It is an uufortunate fact that, with the exception of Oreat BrliaUa
und Belgium, the more Important markota of Kuropo are protected agalnat
ui and everybody elao by high protoc.We tariffs, and thure la not tha
ivmolest reason (or expecting that
0UC0(j n any appreciable degree tn
PRICE ONE CENT.
of judges, trmrugratJon, labor laws,
resents Gov. Wilson's statement
those tarlffi would be repealed or re
reaponae to almllar action on our part