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S OUT $40,500
dl PREACHER'S APPEAL
yttle Woman Rushes to Pulpit
with Watch and Chain,
Starting the Deluge.
SING AS THEY CONTRIBUTE
gpontaneous and Liberal Re
gponse to Missionary's Call
for Funds at the Gospel
Xft?r the Rev. A. B. Pimpson. presl
itnt of the < hriptian and Missionary
Alllance. wbo ls noted for hls abllity
fathf*- record church (jollections,
had rreH' !l0<" '*'s Hnnual missionary
sfr-nor* before a congregaiion that
fllled the (Joppel Tabernacle at 44th
,tr(,ft snd Eighth avenue yestordav
little fray-hatred woman rushed up
te the pulpit. the first to respond to hii
gppetl for ''inris- an(i* handed him her
m&tcb (tnd ? haln. She had been Inter
niptlng his address with exclamatlons
t*f approval and thanksglving. and
when lt was all over she was unable tn
In front of the pulpit -she bounded
up and down in the fervor of her devo
tion. The rest of the congregation waa
--?; ao demonstratlve. but the
weacher's appeal went home to them.
He aoon had a pile of cards In front
cf hlm. each pledging auma from one
jellar te two thousand.
T*-e reading of the contributions was
ftiterr-Pted aeveral timea when the
congregation broke out lnto missionary
"Flve doilars, thirteen. one hundred,
flfteen, one hundred. one hundred, ten.
thraa hundred, three hundred, three
hundred. alx hundred. two hundred and
Ufty. one hundred. flve hundred, alx
Song of Praiae Breaka Out.
"_1nf"! Flng'" aome one called out,
end the planlst struck the keys.
?When the nlght ls over we shaii
-rear a erown in the new Jerusa'em."
Mr Slmpson went ahead with ib
"Here's one wllh one hundred in ono
place and one thousand ln another," he
announced. "I'li send it back to the
eontributor for reconsideration."
"Slng. alng." some one else called out
tnd the congregatlon started on "He
li comlng back agaln," beatlng tlme
with their feet
'That ambiguous card," continued
Mr. Slmpson. **f_* one hundred ln flg
nree and one thousand in wrlting. The
lnitial of the brother Ib M. If he will
come te th?* piatform afterward he
aay correct the mtstake. For the pres?
ent. to he on the safe side. we'll call lt
"Blessed be the name of the Lord!"
After three qnarters of an bour, the
contrlbutlons began to fall off. and
two cotnmltteea flgured up the total.
They came out about $1,000 apart. one
reportlng MOiOOO and the other $41.
000. ao Mr. Sirnpaon aplit the differenc*
and told the congregatlon they had
contrlbuted a Mttle more than $40,500.
Stand at Armageddon.
In hls sermon Mr. Blmpson used
the reports of the Putamayo atmdties
aa an argument ln favor of mlsaiona
rlea. He assert?d there wae not a alngle
-tiaaionary ln the rubber flelds where
the nathes ba\e been tortured and dis
niembered for failure to turn In the
praaerlbad weight of raw material. and
that ('hristian workers coold attack thls
evil as they had attaeked a thouaand
others existing throufbOUl the world.
"Thr- poliiii ii,ns ;,,,. ?? stitring tln-in
' Id "They talk of Arma
feddott, nnd pour OUt enough nmii,.,
for their campaign to double our fones
in the missionary fleld. We gn the
ones who stand at Armageddon."
"One hundred thousand or more in
thls city have he. n fOtag to see the
chnaplonahlp bnoeball seriea l'm not
denouncitiK manly and raaaonabk ath
letics, but I am thinking of the aelf
hBhnaaa of these people, How they be?
st ir th mselves and stand in Ilne a
whole night long Just for a punslng
sight or for clvic pride."
A rescue mlaaion rally win be beld
in the Tabernacle from October 14 to
H>. Rescue societies from all parts of
thls clty will send repre.sentatives.
HANGS HERSELF IN CELL
Prisoner Had Attempted Sui
eide by Jumping to "L" Track.
After she hart heen locked up in the
Baat Wtti atreet statlon foi jumping in
front of a Third aveni e . levated traln at
i-3th street and Thlrd avenue, ;i woman
who said she was Mr. Atinie I'hrlstman,
tl.lrty-two year- old, of No. !__* Ho<
avenue. The Uronx, committed sulclde
yesterday morning by hanglng herself
from the croaa l*_r of her cell. She had
used her sklrt and a palr of shoe laces
to make a noose.
On her way to the statlon Mrs. Chrlst
man told the patroiman she wlshed to
die becauae her brother insisted that she
return to hi* home, and she dldn't want
to. Mrs. hrldget Marron, a matron,
search?*d her bffora Bha was locked np,
and. fearlng she would carry* out her
threat of euioide. kept near her cell.
Early yesterday morning the matron
wns (alled away to another prlson-"
When she returned Mrs. '"nrietman waa
hatjglng from the cross bar.
She was the wife of Rodolpfa t'hrlst
msn. a wealthy furrier, she told the rrri
tron addlng that her lite hart bet>n un
happy and that ahe was always desi-ond
WILL CALL^OO WITNESSES
7,000 Exhibits Will Also Be
Shown Dynamite Jury.
Indlanapolls. Oct 13.?Enough letters
wlll be on hand before the Jury ln the
dynamlte conaplrary trlal to-morrow to
keep wrltnessee buey for a week ldentlfy
The lottera are said hy the government
to hare been writt-n hy the defendants
ln arran(fflng for explosions for six years
They were talten from the fllea of the In?
ternational Association of Brldge and
RtructuraJ Iron Workers. It ls on thelr
content* and on extracts from the unlon's
monthly magazine and Ortle McManigal'a
confesslon that PiPtrlot Attorney Charles
W. Miller announced the prosecutlon
would base Its charge that a consplracy
for th- lilegal Interstate shipment of ex?
ploslves on passenger trnlns knowlngly
waa entered lnto.
McManigal wlll not h*> called aa a wit?
ness untll after seven bundl-d exhibits
have been Identlfled. Hla ronfesston lm
plicates others and also .leals wlth the
blowlng up by hlm peraonally of twenty
one open shop p'ants. scatteted from
Boston to Ixw Angelea.
Six hundred more wHliaOBBB alresdv
have been aubprenaed hy tlu? prosecutlon
Coun.el for the defence. headed by Sen?
ator John W. Kern. have atated a great
number of wltnessee will testlfy a? to the
character of the laboff unlon m'n on
KILLED IN TEN-FOOT FALL.
Frederlck Schwlers. of Oreen vllle. | c,
who had come to New York to vlslt hls
uncle. Wllllam Fehwlers. ftt No. .30 Ef-st
2_i4th street, The Rronx, wae killed there
yeaterday by falllng from a ladder. He
had cllmbed up to pbk grapes. when the
ladder toppled over and he fell ten feet,
landing on hia head. The hody wlll be
eent to South Carolina to-day.
WHITMAN HAS LOST
Max Kahn Disappears Mysteri
ously from House of Deten
tion with Two Other Men.
IM FLAT WITH GUNMEN
Had Lived with "Gyp" the Blood
and "Lefty" Louie in Brook?
lyn House?Hard to Ex?
plain Escape of Trio.
'?ne more blow to 11 0 pi . Ul
the Itaaenthal caae came oul of i
sky last nlght. when Max Kahn, the
i man arrested wtth "Gyp" thi B.1 ann
l "Lefty" Loula in the houae al No. ~~?\
WoodWBi. avanue, Brooklyn, oi 8
teiabar 14, aacap-d. with two other
men. from the Houae of Detentlon, i-i
The ..ther m.n wert mnected
with thr- Roaenthal rase. antl whlle thej
are neoessarily flgures of Interest on
accounl of their waaatlonaJ departure,
tha. fada tato insignihvan'v whea>com
narad with Kahn. ..ne nf the pi
tlon'- llnka of evldence. lt la on
short tlme since "Hik Jack" Zelig waa
Ikllled, an.l now another Important wlt
Deaa has disappeared.
Kahn is alao known to the police ?e
Iflchae] Potachuck, ? plckpot-ket He
was found sittinK at the table wlth
the gunmen and th< ir two wlvea wh. i
Deputy CommlBBloner Dougherty and
en walked in ob them thal event
ful night last month.
Th. eacape of Ihe thie.- men wae
myaterioua. Patrolman Rudolph Teae
nay, of the Ifulberry str.'.-t *rtatl< n
detalled .ron* ? platoon lo watel
detalned *?itnes-"< He said thal he
saw th-- thre.. in. ii at . .'.a o'clock, "iml
when h.- made a BBCOnd ll
forty minutes later, they had rantshed.
The House of Detentlon le In two
building-. One, the wom.'-n's, fi
Mulberry street, adjolnlng the _tatlon
boUBe. ln the r?ar is | eourtyard.
li*rhted hy an ar> lamp, in whlch the
paopla detuin??i aometlmee >?*?? i
tba raar < f the eourtyard le the men's
building, in whlch Kahn w;.s houaed
wlth flve Othera < ?n the north
the eourtyard is the back of a bulldlng.
On the aouth ls a twenty-foot l*ri- k
wall, aurmounted b> atea-foot graUng,
protected at the top bj ipikee
There waa BO waj for tha m.n to
~> t away, ao the po . ex. ej t
over this wall, and to do io, thi
bave cllmbed up the front ,,f tneir
bulldlng, holdiiiK the -rlndow
fraJBaa untu they resched th<
the bri'k faaoe And ? en tban they
would have had the fplk I onq ?
(?n tht other tide of th..- m .il _
yard of a house frontlng in M i!
street, and Into thi*. th. me_ prr_um
ably dropped and wenl oul to the
?through the balla i
The two other men B h
Thomas Weiss, ol N< 243 Weet 61_t
street. wanted as a wltn.
oue assault cas?-. .md William Ck
want.d a_ a wltaeai ln the murder of
i'harle_ Larsen, in Ooerck etreol
Captain Klnsl-r. <>l the MulbB_T)
street station, arould BB) nothing
the e?.< ape other Ihnn thal ha H -
making a strl.-t lnv< il |
After Kahn s rreflt
Asslstant DiBtriCl Attorni sald
that If he was BOt hr Id aa
the prosecution would have him Indfc t
ed as an aocBBBory. Coronai FVinberg
dlrecfd that he be d.-t.iiried.
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( . ni.nii-.i frem flrtrt pegt
telephoae Just prlor to h!e murder,
aad praa co affected by the atory that
Bha fainted twice whlle testlfylng.
Oaa af these threats. she testlfled,
eaaa from "Jack" Rose, whom ahe
deacrlbad ns "Becker's collector,"
addtng that every one knew Jt.
Her grief before the grand Jurora w_-s
greataal when she descrlbed the first
meeting between her husband and
Becker. Bba was also tntroduced t?
Becker at the same time.
lt araa at the ball held at the Elk*.
clubhouae on New Year's nlght," she
teetifled, "There was qulte a party
tban We all had dlnner at the cluo
and much champagne was drunk. Mrs.
Becker was there, too. and severr.l
othera. including two or three detec
Toward the end of the dinmr
'..- tenanl Hecker threw his arm
around ll-rman'i neck and kissed him
and called him hls friend. and said
anything he could do for him .1?
Mrs. Rosenthal wlll he put on the
stand by the prosecution after "Brid
?.i.'" Weber, Harry Vallon. "Sam"
Bt beppa and two or three others have
been bear-. District Attorney WMUBB.l
?Bld last nlght that he was not sure
whether he would put Weber or Vallo 1
Ofl the stand flrat to-day, but h.
thought it would be Weber.
"Weber and Vallon wlll both take
aboat tWO hours an the dlrect examina?
tion." sr.id Mr Whltman. Weber will
cotT iboratc Rose"* testlmony in part,
and aome of hla testimony will be aap
May Implicate Sullivan.
There has been a great deal of my?
tery a* ta how the four *-___*-_.
Lefty" Louie. "Dago" Frank, "(typ" the
Bl.l and "Whitey" Lewls, rea. h'd
Brldgie" Weber's poker room. Weber
. ipected to clear it all up. Aeeocd
Ing lo exceJ-en! I uthorlty, Weber wlll
teatlfy that Jacob Relch, better known
BB lack" Sullivan. bmught them th-re
\\ hii. Weber and VaUen are on the
stand the prosecution will
brlng ? ut that the reason Schepps was
nol let 111 on the murder plot was be
..uise he had the reputatlon of telltng
. v. rylhing he knew to whoever would
Schepps. the prosecution wlll attempt
to show. dld n->t know thnt a murder
... .- abOBt tO be . ommltte., but he did
? something nn* about to hap?
pen. and thought lt mlght be ..ne of
peiiodlCBl aasaults that the Zelig
..*t.rs admlnlstered to enemies of
maa able to pay for thelr Miit-Bi
John P. Mclntyre told yesterday of
a threat made agalnat hls Ilfe Just
after Jaettoe Ooff adjourned court Hat
r l.iy nlRht. Mr Mclntyre said tha
? man who threatened hlm waa appar
ently a Jew about fr.rty-flve vears old,
' wlth black halr and small black eyea.
? It was Just at the end of the ses?
slon." ssld Mr Mrlntyre. "I was pfck
. ;. ni> b..nks when thls man walked
. BM and sald: 'Now. if you try
. n to drag Mrs Rose Int" thls case
1*11 blow the top of your head off.""
To Hava Watch Poeted.
Mi. Mclntyre. not wanllng to take
? haii.es, turned to call one of hls
? ?tants. nnd when he looked around
..^-airi the man was gone. Recker's
lawyer has arrang.-d to have, n special
h kept t'T this man when court
. pene at 10:90 thls mornlng. and if he
i ut.- ln an appearance he wlll be ar
r Bted lt ls belleved the man Is a
.rank, 01 ero.dted by the trial.
The Mrs Kose referred to Is the
v. if, ,,f "Rald jBCk," and several
tlmea durlne; hls cro*;s-examlriati'*n of
th.- star witness against Recker Mr.
Mclntyre tried to have Rose admit
that ba waa emblttered against Ro?
senthal because he had heard that the
murdered gambler had traduced Mrs
Mr Mclntyre WBg asked if he
thought any inoidente of Rose'. cross
esamlnattoa would ba used by hlm aa
a baaie of appeal ln the event of con
"There were a number," aald Mr.
Mclntyre, "and I lntend lo take ad?
vantage of every one uf them "
Mr Mcln|yre aald he belleved the
entlre i-stimonv of Rose could be
thrown out beCBBaa Saturday was a
legal holiday. when the court should
have baen 1 loaad. He < Ited the Labor
law r.f 1887 and the laws of 19<*
whkli made Columbaa Day a le.ai
holiday, as hls authnrlt> for the state
Sl*--the Protact Stanlah.
Olovaaal Stanlah, the Austrlan who
testlfled against Becker on Frlday and
?i.-r.tin.--l ? ?Whitey" Lewia as one of the
four gunmen he saw klll Rosenthul,
? -. n followed hy hard-fa.ed Last
Btdera ptnee be appaared as a witness.
K.aiing lhat he mlght be killed as
Zelig uhs. detectlves ha*.e beBB de
tatled to protact him
Stanish sald that when he left his
botne OB Friday nlght four men, one
of whom resembled a man he had seen
lOUOftaf l? trop.1 ot the Crlmlnal
Courtt Ruilding during the da\, fol?
low.d him along Rroadway All
seemed determined to keep him in
siKht. and though none of them spoke to
him. ull peered Into hls face, aa if they
wanted to study hia every feature.
They left him at 40th street and Broad?
Lat.r that niftht Stanish saw the four
man etandlng at 43d street and Broad
Way, a f'-w doors frr>m hls home. and
not inanv feet from the Hotel Metro?
pole, when he saw Rosenthal shot to
death. He started along Rroadway, and
thfl four men followed. Stanish re
ttuiped to his home and the men trailed
hlm to the door.
Since then District Attorney Whlt?
man BBI glven Stanish a guard. M he
will be also an Important wltness
against the gunmen when they come
"The protection of the states wit?
nesses ln this case." aaid Mr. Whltman.
"is a costly proceedlng. but It le neces
Stanish wlll be afforded protection
as long as he rematna ln the city.
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Astor Place ?_-_ Fourth Avenue
SUBWAY AT THE DOOR-ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY
GUARDS IN TRAP
t otttlnaed from flrat p__e
try between here ?nd tba Colorado line
T'r-tll ntghtfall h runnlng battle waa
kept up, and late to-nlght occaalonal
voiieys ef ahota tn the distance told of
the pragrsaa of the hunt.
Just before nlghtfall alx convlcts
ncre dlscovered In a canyon ahout a
mlle aouth of Rawlins Twenty depu
tles, each armed wlth two revolverB
and a repeatlng rifle, w?re '???nt to
capture or kill them. The deputlaa
rearhad tha spot and found th* con
rleta "rarrlc-tded. ready for t-attla.
Pf-cldtnR that an atta<k In the dark
vm too dangeroua, tho offlcers aur
rounded the stronghold of the dea
perad.ia. and wlll walt for da'yllght
before clonlnf In.
In the mean tlme a aear<-h of the
town waa made. Ctrte* oonvlrt wu
found hldlng ln a eaboose ln th* rall
ruad yarda. C*ltl_??nj?) o\ erpowere-d tlie
guards who were taklnR hlm, heaviiy
Ironed. back t.. the penltentlary, but
thi** arrhal of more guards prevented a
lynchlng. The man waa huatled Into
the priaon, h_ana tlme later John
? hllda captured -another convlot ln hla
fVhUe must of the penltentlary
Buarda were pureulng the COnrtcta who
fled ta the hllla. Ihe ymall body left In
the prl.-oin fii' ?>.! a atlll niore desperate
t-ituatlon. When the doura of the cella
WCrS unlocked a large number of COU
vlcts who dld not Join ln the break for
lllierty were aet free Inalde the walla.
Many Bt them were armed
B. S ri'd araa In progrc.**:-*. the
fUai-h battiing desperately to aave
i their own lives an.l prevent the escape
? if every convlot ln the ltistItutIon. The
Katea remained looked. and no deflnito
word came out early to-nlght regardlng
eventa wlthln. Early reporta that aav
eral men were killed had not been con
flrmed several houra later.
1'ers.ona comlng lnto town from the
aouth brlng atoriea of a rclgn of terror
ln tho country diatricta. Rtdera have
been sort to the ranrhea for a radlus
of Heveral mllea, warnlng the owners
to be pr? i ared to defend thelr property.
Several parties who went aouth to-day
on horsebark or in cairlages returned
to-nlght afoot, tlielr horaea havlng been
??tolen bv the convicta.
?'hej-nne. Wyo, Oct 13 - An offlcUl
Mut.-ment of the break from Um prlson
at Rawllna, where 3*) convlcts are con?
flned, waa lsaued from the Oovernor's
offlce to-nltht The statement, mlnlmiz
Ing the danger of tlie Hltuatlon and vary
ing from the Beeounta aent from the
place of the outbreak. 8ay?:
KlKht vonvlota rsraped from the Ran
lln*. priaon thla alternoon. In a runnlng
l>attle one convlct ??.? klUed Th,* ?? c*
vlcta ruahed isome eittsana who carried
Kiina bound for trapahootlng grounilB,
killed one cltlxen and took four guns.
Thev have eoattered. golng eouth.
The flrat reports that reaohe-d the (in\
ernor'a offlce ma-ie it appear that many
more convicta hud escapeil than tlie
iiotual number. It waa at flrat thought
the mllitla therefore, would b-e neotsaary
NEGROES FIGHTjOVER T. R.
Bull Moose Followers Held for
Stabbinff Babvlon Man.
In nn altercallon over the merlts of
Theodore Rno.?f\f!t and Ihe Hull Moose
partv between Loula Oardner of Babylon.
Ixmg Ii-land; Edward Reynolda, of Bsld
wln. and Jolm Jarvla, all negToea, Gard
ner waa xtabbed four times in the hesd
and aeveral times In one shoulder.
The men were atanding near tho brldRe
on Kaxt Merrlck Road, Kreeport. wh.n
ihe flRhi imiUITei Qarfaer wns tnken to
the Naaaau Hospital In a serious condl?
tlon The others were arreeted.
Reynolds aald to the police that he waa
taklng a atraw rote for T R ln the
nelghborhood. when Oardner made some
ilisparaRlnR remarka ahout the Bull
A i-uarrel atarted. ln whlch Jarvla |
Jolned ln. Blowa were atruck. and flnally I
knlves were drawn. Nelther msn would j
aay he cut Oardner more than once, but |
the !>*Teeport police expect a complete j
WOMAN. ALMOST 108, DEAD.
Bchenectady. N. Y . Oct. 13.-Helen An?
thony. a negrca*, horn ln thls country 10S
yeari aRO. next Aprll. dled In the ] ounty
houae here to-dav from old age. ThouRh
bllnd. ahe refalned her other facultlea to
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for Winter is the ?
Pure White Merino
Jlmerixzan liosiery Co
We recommend the following styles
,;*; Light Wekhl Wbitei $1.50
i';o Wmter Weig!it . . . $1.75
For Mmei and Children:
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717 Light Winter Weight 90
7.0 Winter Weight . . . $1.00
ytii Winter Weight . . $2.50 .7*7 Winter Weight . . . $1.45
*7-o Heavy Wlntei Wejght $2 50 J72-. Heavy Wi ter Weight $1.45
*i_i Heavy Wiatei WeigM $3.50
Ask for it at Altman's, Stern's,
McCreery's, Best's, Franklin Simon, De
Pinna's, Rogers Peet, or your favorite
They all know American Hosiery
Dress Boots for Women
In the correct Fall styles. Smart, comfortable boots. in
every way up to the Alexander Standard of Quality.
Patent Leather or Gun Metal Calf Boots, with tope of $(\
colored Suede, *
Boots of dark Grey Suede. suitable weight for street wear, $5
Patent Leather Boots with cloth or dull kid tops, $5 tO $7
At Nineteenth Street
548 Flftti Avenue
above Forty-fifth St.