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MISSING HELEN M'CARTHY IS POUND,
SHE SLEPT TWO NIGHTS Nl PARK
wmniKH toady and aeetlteg.
WBATHBII-ClMlr mm MMtllM.
PRICE ONE- CENT.
WIFE OF PARSON
I TAKES THE STAND
Seeks to Show Husband Had
Little Time to Be With
HIS CONFESSION READ.
'Counsel Claims It Was Signed
J i C'lir. I, . -. ! - Cii.nraw UrnM
Mysterious forces worked tirelessly to
day in behalf of Itev. Willis 8. Mac-Bo-le.
the clergyman on trial In the
Court of Common TMcaa at Elisabeth,
V. J., an the charge of wronging nineteen-year-old
Kdlth Nelson of I'lalnfleld,
More remarkable even than the glrl'a
Change of front In talcing the aland yes
terday and repudiating her atgned ec
oueatlons agalnat her former pastor la
to presence of former Gov. Foster M.
Voorhees and former State Senator Will,
tarn C. Oebhardt aa counsel for Hiir-
Merle. It la well known that neither the
has any aw
Tha diatliiKulHlied counsel declined to
tate to-day how they were Induced to
enter the raae, hut It la Intimated thai
back of Ma. Km le In one of the wealtn
lest families In the State ready to spend
huge aunia In the defense of the pastor.
That there In anmething peculiar In the
unprecedented support of this unkno wi
clergyman whs more than Intimated
when the trial was resumed to-day by
Prosecutor , Alliert A. Stein. In the
course of a heated arKumer.t over thu
admissibility or certain evidence. Stein
turned on ex-Senator Uebhardt, who la
now clerk of the Supreme Court of
Union County, and cried:
"If you persist In crossing me I ahall
demand to know by what right the Su
preme Court and the Appellate Court
appear In this case as counsel to the
' t 1- perfectly proper," shouted Oeb
hardt. "It Is not," retorted Stein, "and you
CASE WAS FIRST HEARD OP
JJuage Don Dolly hastily lnterpoaed to
top the quarrel, hut the Incident re
called the fact that the case agalnal
MacRorle was hustled up last fall and
osfly came to light again when Stem
became preaeutur In April and dug the
documents In the matter out of the files.
Against every recourse and quibble
that could he seised upon by Voorhees
and Oebhardt, the prosecutor to-day ar
ranged to pile up evidence against tha
clergyman. One of the State's strongest
witnesses was Mrs Catherine J.
fichaefer, with whom Edith Nelson was
living In I'lalnfleld while attending a
buelness college there. According to
Mrs. Sohaofrr, MaoRorle took Kdlth out
automobile riding several times, and
when ahe questioned the girl Edith said:
"He la my pastor and givea me spirit
At the end of one of these rides, Mrs.
Sohaefer aald, MacRorle brought Edith
into the house.
"I didn't like the looks of It," aald the
witness, "and when I asked him what
he wanted to take a young girl around
riding with him, a married man, he aald:
'I tell Edith ahe Is all right so long as
he goes around with old married men
like ma and not with young feltowa.'
"That convinced me," aald Mra.
Bshesfer, "that something waa wrong, jo
I notified the PluinfleM Business Col
lege and the glrl'a mother at Martins
ville and they Investigated, and the first
thing I knew MaoRorle was arrested."
POLICE CHIEF TELLS OF CON
FESSIONS IN NOVEMBER
Patrick 8. Klely, Chief of the Plain
field police, followed Mrs. Schaefer to
the stand and described how the Nelson
girl and MacRorle signed confeaslons
of guilt In the office of former Assist
ant Prosecutor Walter L. Hatfield las.
November. Klely Identified the docu
ments. According to him, the girl not
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Contrlsht. 1913. by
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AT NEW TOBE
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Batteries Km ker and Fisher; Rlxey and Kllllfer.
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Batteries: Curtis and Fisher: Alexander and Dooln.
FIRST GAME IN
Brookl yns Start After the Phila-
delphias in Second Battle
With Curtis in Box.
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Smith, 3b 2 2 110
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Killefer, c 0 3 6 1 1
Rixey, p 0 1 0 1 0
Seaton, p 0 0 0 3 0
Dolan 0 0 0 0 0
Miller 0 0 0 0 0
Becker 0 I 0 0 0
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lolan batted for Rlxey In seventh.
Miller batted for lioolun In four
teenth Becker butted for Heaton In the 14th.
Base lllts-orf Rucker 11 In 12 Malaga,
off lllxey 6 In 7 Innings, oft 8eaton 5
In 7 Innings. First Base on Balls-Off
Rucker t, off Rlxey I, off Heat on 11.
Struck Out By Rucker 5, by Curtis 1,
by Rlxey 2, by Beaton 1. Three-Base
Hits Moran, Lobert. Two-Base lllta
8milh, Wheat. Patkert. sacrifice Hit
Magee Sacrifice Fly Cravath. Double
Plays Hummel to Cutshaw to Daubert I
IHiolan to I. micros Hit by Pitcher
l.obrri. Umpires Rlgler and Byron.
ligeeVtl Tit. Rteatei w..m,i
!'I1I1.aiu;i,I-II1A. June 2ti-Alexander
and Curtis went to the rubber in
the second game of to-day's double
header hatweeu Ihe Phillies and Ilrook-
The defeat In the opener broke the
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FIRST; MATTY GOES
Five Hits in Seventh Inning
Causes Downfall of Braves
in Opening Struggle.
Hcrzor, 3b. . .
Fletcher, ss. . .
! Murray, rf. . . .
! Meyers, c
I Wilson, c
Snod grass, cf . .
Fromme, p. . . .
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Oram ran for Crandall In the seventh.
Cooper ran for Mayers In the seventh.
Maranville, ss. . . I
Myers, lb 0
Connolly, If I
Sm'ti. 2b ." I
Titus, rf I
McDonald, 3b. .. 0
Mann, cf 0
Rarlden, c. 0
Whaling, c 0
Tyler, p 0
James, p 0
Totals 4 II 24 12 2
.Seymour hatted I ,r Keirdon In eighth
Base Hits Off Fromme, d In four In
nings, off crandall, o in three Innings!
off Tyler, fi In Seven Innings, off
Matthewson, 1 in one Inning. First
Base on Bulls -Off Fromme. ; off Cran
dall. ti off Tyler. I; off James. Hruck
Out By Fromme, I: by CraedSlI, 1: by
James, i. Three-Base Hits Maranville.
Connolly CM. Two-Base Hits -Burns
Sacrifice Hits -Titus. Wild iit . n -Tyler,
Hit by Pitcher-SnoilKrass. empires -Messrs.
(Julgley and (nth.
--.. i.i ti. Tim Btealeg WerU.1
POl.o (iKor.N;S, June :'ti TheOUnts
won their first game after a haul tltjht
and this gave them a double supply u.
ginger going after the second
Itgiti was in sue. i perfect form aftec
winding up the Braes with only si.s
m IfimtkmP SE TwIXtb) fags.
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913.
Henry W. Taft, Former Presi
dent's Brother, Admits "an
SAILING A SURPRISE.
Learned From Evening World
Reporter of Husband's De
parture With Children.
After carefully reading over the ac
counts In the newspapers of her hus
band's departure for Europe on the
Imperator with their three children
yesterday Mrs. Clarence II. Mackay.
apparently much disturbed, ordered a
motor car and started for New York to
consult with Henry W. Taft, har per
sonal lawyer, air. Taft Is a brother of
fn f President William H. Taft
Mr. Taft left hie office not long after
Mra. Mackay left Roelyn. He ex
cused himself persons who wera
waiting to see hie) en the ground that
he had "an Important engagement,
which was immediate," and etartad up
town. It waa assumed that he was
going to the town house which Mrs
Mackay icently leased In her own
name from John R. Drexel, at No. 1
Bast Sixty-second street, and wae there
to meet Mrs. Mackay.
Mr. Taft aald that, possibly, later he
might make a statement regarding Mrs
GOT HER FIRST NEWS FROM
THE tVENINQ WORLD.
Mrs. Ma?kay. before leaving Roalyn.
la, I., was no more prepared to give a
reaaon to-day than ahe waa yesterday
for the elaborate precautions with
which Mr. Mackay took their three
children jSllln, Katherlna and John
William to Kurope yeaterday on the
Imperator. She had her first knowledge
of the sailing of her husband and chil
dren from a reporter of Tha Evening
Mrs. Mackay waa explicit In her de
nials that any contemplated action by
her waa the reaaon for the preaenoe of
twelve private detectlvee about the
Hamburg - American pier In Hoboken
yesterday chsrged with th duty of
keeping subpoena servers from hand
ing any legal papera to Mr. Mackay.
She admitted that aha had retained Mr.
Taft aa her personal counsel, but nei
ther she nor Mr. Taft would give any
Intimation aa to her need for other
counsel than W. W. Cooke,' who repre
sente Mr. Mackay In hla legal affaire
and la his co-trustee In Charge of the
$0,000,000 Harbor Hill property. In
which Mra. Mackay three months ago
reelgned all her dower rights, retaining
only the authority to collect the rental
. should the establishment be leased.
Mrs. Mackay visited her tiusnan.1 and
children at the Essex and Sussex hotels
last Friday. Their friends aald then
that' ahe had an Intimation that Mr
Mackay was about to take the children
to Europe and expressed har decided
disapproval. Mrs. Mackay remained
only a short time at Spring Lake and
dinner was the only meal she had with
HOW MR. MACKAY GOT THE
The twelve rooms rf the "Imp lal
suite" of the great Imperator were en
gagsl for Mr. Mai'kay hy curiously In
direct methods. The Bight Hon. A. M.
Carlisle, a man of much Inlluence in
! shlpp ng circles because of his work as
an arcniteci m nieanisnipi, ijuK ine
suite, ostenslhlv for the use of himself,
his wife and a friend who Is a director
of the steanuihlp company. The Car
lisle and their friend old not use the
Mr. Mackay gregl aboard at o'clock
jrsterdi) morning Hh big children anil
a corps of servants. They had come b)
motor from fkprlni Lake preceded by a
ear full of detectives, sever&i of whom
bad been on duty about the cottage,
where Mr. Maukay had been living near
the hotel for several days The trip
wis made In a way Indicating u desire
to conceal the Intent .ons of Mr. Mackay.
The curs went nearly hjlf wav to At
IgntlO City before turning and dashing
for llonoken. The steamship pier was
reached when passengers who had In
tended sleeping on i ha shl;i bufore sail
ing ware ail m tbelr staterooms and
mOt mtnW Bad Bab MU
HURRIES TO TOWN
Helen McCarthy, Missing Girt,
Who Was Found in Park
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Announcement Made in Wash
ington That Wilson Will
Name New York Justice.
gpeolal from a Staff Oorresponaeat of
The vealag World.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June I -New
York la to have more dlplomatln Jobs.
Justice James W. fierard, who sallwl
yesterday for Europe on the Imperator,
is to be named Ambassador to (lermany.
Frederick W. I'enfleld will ! appoint
ed Ambassador to Austria.
Augustus Thomas, the playwright,
will he given an Important govern
mental post outIJo tlie diplomatic
These nominations will be sent to the
Senate within a few days.
It became known to-day that the
state Department has inquired of hs
the Herman Oovernment w. other Jus
tice Oerard would ha "persona grata "
It Is undersbiod that before lie sailed
for Europe yesterday he sent word that
under no circumstances could he leave
hln present position for uny Dffiog below
that of Ambassador.
The selection of a representative at
the Kaiser1! court has troubled Presi
dent Wilson because of he fa t (bgl I
Ambassador there Is under extraordi
narily heavy ggpenag for sntertalnlns
JusIIcb Oerard Is very wealthy and in
addition is a man of unusual ability,
Tim etrrbasey to ifi co is stiii be log
held open for William i MoCoinbs, the
DetnOCrailc National Chairman It wa
reiterated to-day that within a year
Charles H. Cr ine o: ' !il a g. , ,., , (
come Ambassador to Itussln HraCti
gaily the only Buropean posts grhloh
hae not been hlled or fm ghloh no
( bolci has been made ire Lisbon, (.'on
stantluople and the BslkSII BiatOS
.insepti k. Wlllardi forme:' Letuienaat
Governor "f VlrginlBi Isjsj is slated fm
.tadrid BgSSajly he li..J beui selected
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CHICAGO, June Tliat a lurge
number of horses in Chicago have ' -en
deliberately made blind to make them
Mini egslti managed is the report of
geiits of the anti-cruelty society whose
ourloslty wis aroused by the dotlllty
of young and apparently normal ani
mals Warrants will he asked for horse
, balers geCUSad of Ihe mutilations.
upon Who will take his place on the list
for Brussels. Justl e Gerard i x-
peete I to i t 'i t n t.i Washington before
finally tis.ng up h'.s rsaldonee In Berlin.
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DAUGHTER OF BROKER,
111 FROM EXPOSURE,
FOUND IN RIVER PARK
McCarthy Discovered at Poet
Washington .After Two Days
and Nights Without Shelter,
WEAKENED AND STARVING,
IS RUSHED TO HOSPITAL
Denies Her Identity, but Is Recog
nized by Ring of Dead Sister.
SIxtwrfyearoM Helen McCarthy, iiUs.of John X McCarthy,
a wealthy newspaper broker, who (topprrcd from her father's home,
the Hotel -Hai-grave, No. 132 West Sewrtyeoond street, between 9.15
and 9.3o o'clock last Tuesday morning:, wssioun shortly before 4 o'clock
this afternoon in Fort Washington Park. The girl seemed dazed. Her
clothes were soiled and covered with dirt. She was unable to answer
questions at first, but finally admitted her Identity.
The girl said she had spent all the time since she left home in the
"Where did you sleep ?" she was asked.
"Oh, under the trees," she replied, "and 1 washed my face ts
hanJs in Ihe water. Then I sat under the tree all day."
She seemed uncertain as to how she eaten. Her n?'-- was dased
on this subject but she ate ravenously when the police of the St Nicholas
avenue station brought her sandwiches.
Joseph Daly of No. tit West One Hundred and Forty-eighth street and.
Francis Bropby of No. 746 St. Nicholas, avenue, discovered the) girl. Base
waa acting ao strangely that the young men stopped to took at her aad
then notified Mounted Policeman Holt.
GIRL REFUSED TO TALK.
The girl refused at first to answer any of Holt'a questions end finally
aald ahe came from Albany. That waa all she would asay. Jot then lav
spector Oeorge Titus drove up In his automobile and Holt stopped him. '
"I think ahe's Helen McCartu," said the policeman, aad the Inspector
decided Holt waa right when he saw on the glrl'a hand the seal ring be
longing to her dead alater, a description of which had been sent oat to all
Titus put the question flatly to her and the girl finally admitted that
she waa Helen McCarthy. She mumbled something about "Father apaaked
me." It aeemed to obsess her mind.
Dr. Sbaw was called from Washington Heights Hospital and word waa
aeut at once to the glrl'a parents.
The girl had a little silver mesh purse In which was eighty-six cent,
8he also wore some gold beada and th seal ring. She anawered ques
tions slowly and It was apparent that even whuu she wished to answer
truthfully It sometimes was hard for her to recall what her questioners
wanted to know.
8he declared she had run away of her own accord and had not been
lured away. Hhe aald that once before, two years ago, ahe had left home
and had gone to board with strangers
DAMAGE FOR TITANIC DEATH.
LONDON. June 18. Tha King's
Raneti Court to-tlay gave Judgment In
favor of Thomas Kyan. in Irish farmer
win) hud brought suit agalnat tha White
8tar Htearrsshlp Oamgoaf to recover
ilamiges for tha loss of his son In tha
The Judge awarded Ryan the aum of
1600 which had been agreed upon and
the costs uf tils suit. A limits' award
wss made In two other cases at Ilia
e lieiul Bmura In.
ftl hard ' Harrison, forinei ly an e
amliier in Ihe ofiti'e of the l'i es!d'ht of
i the Hoard 01 Aldermen, was appointed
Second DefiUiy DaoN Commissioner tins
afternoon, to succeed WUllaai I Baraeyi
I n siguasl. I 'oiiinnssloner It. A. IV Smith
I Hsgdf toe appointment and Mr liatrlava
He OLUm la by. 1.VU UMi WIi
PRIOE ONE CENT.
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'or several days.
Though slsteen years old, Helen, ac
cording to her father, resembles much
mora a ohlld of eleven or twelve than
one approaching womanhood. Her life
has been sheltered always. 8he baa at
tended convents and has leas knowledge
of tha world than many girls much
Mr. M.M'arti y said to-day thai gas
daughter had no money, eo far as he
knew. She wore no Jewelry asoept a
simple gold ring which had belonged to
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M NAB ASSISTANT FIRED
WITHOUT ASKING WILSON.
WASHINGTON, June The suspen
sion of former Judge Harrington aa a
ape. lal representative of the Department
i r Justice becausr of hla telegram to
i i eid. ut Wilson demanding the re.
moval of Atiorney-tleneral Moltsynoles.
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