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But Not Radical.
Thc Only New York
Raln 4o-ila.v ?r tn-niahl
NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER
1912.?TWENTY PA0ES. * * PRICE ONE CKNT,wn,T1^^ KRTr>-,VVy.^ohokrn'
Governor Says They Should
Have Time to Quietly Con
template What They
Have Been Doing.
WOULD STOP THE ABUSE
Candidate Tells Pittsburgh Au
dience the Democratic Party
Does Not Propose Free
Trade. but Readjust
ment of the Tariff.
Pittsl.urp Ocl 'N W- t v. ,.t hi r
ramj.alcnii g brought Qovernor rVikton
a .erie- IncldentB to-day rs
he tr;i? ??!'? i through Weat Vlrginls an.l
vfl/aaterr Pennaylvania. i>ni> ;.t Pltts
hurgn to-nlght .li he Bpeak tadoorr,
but all daj thi I ? i ? i :.. nomln -.
facerl a fabric ol umhrellas unriernaath
ahlch atood a multltude of enthusisB
At w I iv.-v. r. Uie Qovernor
itiadf hla atmngeai utterancee In <<??>? j
.iemnatifin of the truata. He dld i I
r.inal.Ier thal Ihe trust problem vroiild ,
t?. t'lfflciilt to dispose of If tho pro
Ihwb an provldad. Th.- Governor
jr?-?ed the bellef thal If the art
of the truata had i period In the penl
tentiary i.. contemplate what they've
i.**n d'ing. they would rease
i(. bbM ; art:
Ikt thlng that haa Meatsd th.-i
truata. thal has rreated the monopoly.
ia unregiilntcd. iinfair eompetltlon. Ifl
** can only brlng it Bboul th.-ii rrSW
remprs ahall ha\o a free aji ld thi n tve
rsa take csre of tbsse gentlemen ln ths
frsstfl becauae thi n th*. most Intelllgent
mmpetln.r will get the market and the
little man ran grnw blg, Inatead of
Baaatlng himseif big by ih.- legtalation
'I ll fl.V.-r ? ?
th- fovei: mei l Wi can '1" that bj
r federal law thread all thia bj/b
bbb of oura wlth atatutea which ahall
make it crlminal t. do what these g<
tleraen dld to build up their mo
eUea, anii whk-h will aee to it tbal the'
men v.h" did commtt the '.ffence j
BgBkul falr eompetltlon havo time to
think lt over in some buiiding from
which the) erill not for bbjsbs Hm*
"Xothl k would st..;. this thirijr llke
Bseii nl . ??liteniplntii.n: nothlntr
woaid etop it bo elearly as to give thsse
gentlemen fimi to resliaa wha! they]
have beei doing, for mnny ..f th.-n,
Bsnesi a not rosliy sat d
and thought H ovsr, I want t>. gtve them i
Ihe leiaure nnd the BaaelUSlotl t?. think
it over, but i iitn not afraid that it
vcijirj not ba Btoppad.
i ..tn not afraid that the panlten
tiHries wiii ba erowdod Just aa aooa
aa the law takes hold *.f thi.s thini? and
man are behind ths law who want tn
lnjure nobody in j.artl. uUr. hut t.? ad
mlnlster Juetice to everybody. then j
epectal favors wtll be wlthdtawn. fair
eompetltlon will be set up snd ther?*
will be another fa. e upon j.ffairH in
The Governor eoversd ii 5eries Lf
eubjecta In bifl Bddrsssss and found n
bla ttirriri-it everywhere, notwithstand
1ns; the raln, which fell most of the
day. He plead.-d wlth the local com
mltteemen not to lnsert any more
apeecht-.s than were oriKlnally s< h?'d
uled, but was only partly BUeCBBSfuL
The nomlnee appsarsd on ihe platform
?t all Btops, BOW8V8T, an.l chsttsd snd
ahook hun.is with thoas in tba crowda
"Were Kia.l you CflUBM to West Vir?
glnla." called a mun to Qovernor Wil
f>n in the crowd at New Martinavillw.
"Wtll return the call at the WhtM
House next year."
"All rixht." lanxh'.l the Qovernor,
'Vome and see m*- there."
The Qovernor and hla party re i. hed
?Uttshurgh at r.iT. o'oiock and went to
a banquet of the Wilson club ttf Allo
fheny County. A rally at tniqueune
Uarden followed, after which th*' (l.>v
Cnetlaued on aecond pafe. ?evenlh cnlnmn.
This Morning's Neivs
I'.eck*- Wltness DvetrldssS <'ourt. li
Hurahirs Leave Two Women Dytflaf, < ?l
foupe Hele. to Terstlfv. 4
T?k* Laavs in Many LBJagtMsgaS. f
I'.ii'ni Qgiaaed by Buckaer.13
iiacKaiia'i.1. Aeejattlad sf MaurSssr, .30
Wilson Urgea Jall f<>r Trust llead* .. 1
Bla Csin ln Itaglatratlsa. s
I|B*1 vCSespslfS I'lin.i I.iat Found. 8J
P.oot stirs RjBpubllcana. Bj
Hulwr and *;iynn Speak rpnt.it... sj
Jowa I'lerlK* Ald tS Taft. 8 |
Bee'ajaa aa l.ast City VVhlr] To-nigfet. I
Pi)S Taft Is Neerlerl f.,r Prosperll y . . 8
l.ively Taft Street MeetniK.30
Ttoosevelt'B *)wn Bfarj of ShootiriK. ,. ll
Itooaevelt l-Taiier to <;<. Home. a
8flratocH MstHiBSsat Iiedleated. 6
Mayor Lunri DMlinSB Hall.13
Trlal of aHrtke leasava for Aiuni.-... .ao
Turkey Invasad al Thrae PoInU. l
BtatUcan Dwpajtlea L'pbold Madero.... 7
N>v4s t?r Woraes.
'"hurrh and I!ellKi?us Newa 7
Editorlal .\'. 9
Pocle'.v . '_
I.iterarv Newa an.l i >..(,-i^.' l0 ?'rM'n
?"1'oria . ,a ._
....,,. .ia and 13
"eather . .
***>lpplna Newa . .la
*?metbl and Marketa....'.'.'.'.14 and 18
Arniy and Navy. .
*** l-*State .'.'...'.'.'.'...ll
MILLIONS LOST BY FIRE
Federal Arsenal Storehouse at
Benicia, Cal., Destroyed.
Beniola. CaJ., Oct. 18, -The maln
Btorehouae <.f tha Benlcla araenal al
the Unltad Stat.-s mihiary rowrvatlon
here waa burned to-nlght, with ? tooe
eatlmated between *.'!.inmmkh> and M.
The Bre la believed t?. have orlaftnated
from apontaneoua combuatton.
Slxty thouaand gtanda of Btnall arma
nnd twelve mllllon rounda of ammunl
? * * * r were destroyed. Becauae <>r the
alon of the cartridgea thc work <>f
Ing the rh-.- waa hasanloug. The
Benlcin Araenal waa the main aqulp
plng atatlon for both the Paclflc Poaai
and the (irient.
NEWSBOY 6IVES LIFE
TO SAVE YOUNG GIRL
Willie Rugh Dies Happy in
Knowing He Was "of Some
Use in the World."
. ?-. lo TaV Tribvn*. 1
? >i\ Ind . < K*t is. vVillle Rugh, Ihe
crippled newsboj who gave up hla llfi
i glrl .i etranajee t,, hlm, mlRlit
ii\>- ?ill bi honored by all Oary when
- i..iiK-i to-morroa afternoon. ?'ii%
..tli. (al . employea ..f the great steel
inills, bualneaa and profeeatonal nvn
will iinitc in dolng hoti.fr to the young
\ in..riuiii. nt by popular aun*
tlon will be ralaed over his grave.
Rugh, who dled early thla morning,
retulne i . onaclouaneaa up to the iwt
moment H< mel ijeath with a amlle,
hnpp> in th.- newa thal lha Riri ha
When "Kili>" Rugh heard thal Miss
Rthel Smiili. ? girl he had never met,
h.-i.l been terribly burneil by the ? x
ploalon ol a gaaolene tank on a motor
m .1 tli.it stit- WOUld die nnl??s
luantltlea ot llrlng akin couU '??
-.1 to her body, he declded "to >?
>.f aome use in' th.- world."
"Doh aald Rugh, when he appeared
hoepilal in Qary, "I want you lo
eul ..ff this old rrlppled leg ol mine
and u.*e the akln to aeve Miss Pmlth's
lif'- I haven't been of much use in thia
world bul perhaps this leg will rjo
good, after all."
When Hnsh waa aft.-r the operittlon
t.-hi that the ethar had agitated the
"t pneumonla thal ha.i be.-n ln
his lunga he smild ? heerfully and
joked about it. DouMe pneumonla de
reloped and the nawaboj who beiicv**!
blmaelf f>f no use ln Ihe world n.-.l.
whlle the Kiri a*hoae ii'<- he trled t<>
"iih, I am s?, Borry," =;? i<i Miss Smlth
to-day. "it braaaa my heart that I
reald do ii..thlng for him He rouk)
not hava done more. and 1 could do
CHURCHGOERS NEAR PANIC
Fifth Avenue Baptist Service
Halted by Smoky Blaze.
Smoke pmirlnir through the west wln
doirg ot the Fifih Avaaoe Bapttat
Church Bhortly after il o'clock last
tiipht thraatenad a panlc among the
rjartahsonera aaaemMed there f>.r the
rearular Frlday evealng aarvlcaa
Through the efforta of the RaV, I>r.
Woelfkln, who was conducting the aer
anil Kred <luerither. assiatant
Ktoa, 'he conajragathMi wna rea*
aured. whlle an investliration showe 1
the Mar.e to he in the bOUM ailjolnlnu,
N... 1<> W4BBI 4??th stre4-t.
Bomb Wrecks Part of Five
Story Apartment House.
An Bttampl was made 8| 1 50 o'<\a K
thla morning to dynamite the nve atory
Bpartmetn house Na 121 Weat 2.'th
An Inf'-rn-il n.a< hiiie. htirlerl through
,nt baaement wlndow af the buii.i
Jng, 8Xplod4?d Wlth a report that w;ts
heard half a mile away anri WTBCked
the baaement and part nf the ground
Phili[) Peppert, owner of the apart?
ment houae and oet*upy1ng an aaart
rn.iit on the aeeond floor, dectared, ac?
eordlag 10 the police, that he had ra
<cived a number 4.f thraatanlng Mtara
siKne.l The Blaeh HamT* and lnform
|ng hlm thal hls failure $0 pay B atip
ulatod amount of nvoney woarid laarull
in the 4]emolltl4.n 4.f the hotise anri the
rleath ut injiiry of himself and famlly.
Leppert added that the laat ?t the
threatenlng lettora waa for $r./ioo ...i?l
Waa recelved reatarday. He Infuiiuad
th< police that he paid little or n'> at?
tention to the mtaa4vaa Bl Brai aaaum
Ing they were tii<* amri or a practl<*al
The bara In front <>f the. baaement
wlndowa W4are t<>rn away by tha force
oi ti.cploslon ar>?i the arlniaoa aaah'-*
rlpped ..ut. a large ojaantlty of dyna*
mlte waa contalned i" the Infernal ma?
chine, the polli '? aay.
WIFE DEFENDS SPEAKER
Mrs. Champ Clark Tells Accuser
He Misrepresents Husband.
Bj T.-I*arni>h te Th.- Trltcin. |
(ikl.ihnnia Clty. OhhL, Oct 18. KlB
Ing in the mlds-t of a large niiilience ln
, , h ii-ih ?t Vlnltii. Okla . Mrs. Chan.'.
Clark, wife ot the speaker <>f th.- Houae
oi Ropreaantatlvea |?8lnted her Bngar
ilt the -pi-ak.-r. ii. t. Uiuajhbaum, and
toid hlm 1 )?- BrBB 4lelih4-rat4-ly mlarepre
Bentlng the attltuda Of her htiflban.l
toward the Bhapliard-KafljroB blll ihat
waa pendlng baftira the last aeaaaon <.f
Utuajhbaum daclarad thal wh.n *vt*ry
effort poarible was belng maoTa by Pro
blbltlon laadera of th.- country i<. get
ihia blll reported from the committee
thi iiifliiei)4>i of the Sp.-aker was used
"That la iintrue," dei-l.-ired n woman
who aroaa In the mlddle of the houBe.
I un Champ CUrka wife. and I know
thal von are ;nlsreprw?rititig hla t>"si
tion v ni have no rirtht to 'lo lt, aad
i .un pJeaaed t<> tell you so."
YALE-WEST POINT FOOTBALL GAr^B
fln Hendrlck Hudson runa speclal Ut.
\V 4:M st. ](i |,i A.M., W. K!9th st., 11 A.M.
AI TNE POINTS
Bf BALKAN ALLIES
Greece Declares War Against
Ottoman Empire, Thus Com
pleting Circle of Mos
TO ATTACK ADRIANOPLE
Bulg-arians Concentrate at Pass
of Muntafa Pacha, Within
a Day's March of Great
City Comraanding Route
SERVIANS NEAR PRISTINA
Hellenic Minister in London Vouches
for Statement That Mussulman
Doctors Have Gone to the
Frontier with Typhus and
I Bf >\.i>ie ta 1'
London, Oct !?, Rnai de. Isrationfl
..f wsr n*T.. made yesterdsy, an.l the
ti*. of five nati..n.s Ifl now t.. he <]e
pidsd hy ti,,. aword. While Turkey
healtated t?. bresJi with Greece and
made a b.-lated effoii t.. d.-ta. h her
from th*-aiii.-s, Qreece aettled the rn.il
ter u berself deeiarlng war on Tur
inipres?ive rstlgloufl aervicea were
hStd in the rSipltslfl ->f Ihe allic-s t,. |n.
voke the inviiie blesslng on their btssI
Meanwhile little js known *.f the
movements ..f the rlval armlos || |
BB thOUgh the curtain was dOWfl over
tlie whole theatre of wnr. t.. ho rung
up only oi, the r\o i.f the fir.vt greml
FYontier akirroishea, outposl nfTairs
si most, srs rsported from vsrioui
trtcts, and. as ustisa, both aitlsa srs
rlslrnlng earlj itu. it is uniike
ly that the first, b*T**I I.attle will t..K ?
pla. .- f..r a d.iy ..r twn. Wh.-n It BBBJ*
it wiii he fotsjht, in i'li proflsBbility, bs?
n is sdohVanl Ihsl Naislm Pachs.
the Turkish cominandrr ln chlsf, l?ft
Constantinople for the Adrianopi,. rli?<
trl< t last nlght.
The ?ire?-k fl.-et BSlled \<-Mer.1riv
under sealcd ordsrs.
AlthoiiKh n'> errletal BMIOUni ement
has been made. || ls no' nntl.ipatcd
that Turkev has any Intention "f
InK the IiHrdiinell.-s.
Ottoman Methoda of Warfare.
The Oreek Mlnlater lo I/'ti.li.n v.?
t.-rd.iv received nn officbsl telegrsm
Btatlng that Turkish flrtnv doctora '
teft Constsntlnoplij for Jsnlna wlth
typhus snd rholera mkrobea. Tels
grams from Athena suirircvt that their
objscl ls t.. Infsci Oresce'fl war aup
plles. While there la but small dlspo
sltlon her.- tu i r.-dlt auch n terrible
.?harR*? the tjreek mllltary suthoritlea
are laking auch precautlonary meas
ures bb bj eni necesaary t" them,
ln an Intcrview last nlghl the Oresk
IflnlBter said the tiies^.-iR.. \v,i BSnl t"
him offlctally nnd was absolutelj au
thentlc He add.-d
"8uch nn art of bsrbsrism maj np
pear ln.'.'ii'v-lval.le to yo'i. who have
not llved under Turkish ruls, l.'it I am
not at all Burprlsed. [nojulre >>( any
body wh<> knowa the whole hlatory of
the Turks sln< ?? they 83l fool m Bu
rope if he i? aurprlsed. The Turks
have nOW varled thelr mode ?>( massa
,.re_that Ih the us.- they make ,,( H<i
entiflC dls.overv "
Warninq for Russia.
It ln reported from Warsaw that th
i'.,iish So. iaiist party la dispUytng
great actlvlty wlth a vlew tO organlr.
Ing a revolutlon ln RtaSSiafl PotSnd 3fl
aoon ns RusbyIs begins to Intsrfsrs ln
the war, an finergency whtcb PollSh
Ko.inllsts t.elleve lnevltable.
The SoclallstB of Warsaw appear to
liavf made rommon CSUSfl with thfl 33
r-ret eommlttee Of the Poflsb revolll
tionary party. Sev.-rai mtlllon <? . ?
of two rev.diitl.'t.i.rv mnnifestos have
been .-ir.ulatid among the populatlon.
on.- eaiia for aympathy wlth tha
enemv ..f RtsSfldS as BOOn 33 she gels Ifl
wnr. and the other BUmmona the l.il.or
party ln case of RUSSlS K"lt.K '" "ar
t,, make preparatlons for Ihe il.-Htru*
tlon of rallways and tstsgnpbfl BBd
Hiipport the enemys ..perailons.
Apart from thia, the posltlon of M
Sazonoff, tlM ROBBlBfl Forelgn .Mmister.
seems to he shak.n, whl<h would m.an
that the Pan-Slavlst i-arty ln IMshI.i |4
galnlng the upper hand. In the report
on ht Sazonoff'H statements to tbsCsb
lnet lt ls admltted lhal Kussia will
mnke the same war pivparaiion
Austria has n.a.le t"'t B3 has doCU
mentary proofs that Austria for Ihe
momerit has Bd aUaaTTBBSlvs mtentlons.
lt is also admitted. however, that inter
f.rence In the war l>> Austria would
inevltahly <ause tnterf.ren.c In the
war b] other pou.-r
The Materru nt thal the RUSStSB
Sl.it.? Hank BflUa giVSfJ B t. IH Of Ba*,
ii4in,.NNi t.i ih.- Bulgartan Nsttorssl
Hank ls psrslstSllU) malntain.-.l.
Heporta of Bfljhtlng, BBJCb as the
tapture of Prlstlna hy the Hervlans and
of a heavv battle at .Muatafa Pa.-ha.
probably are ln advan.e of the real
facts. There has heen for some time
aa active ? 'etie-orsliip of iniliiarv news
( ontlnne.l on Ihlr.l piise. flrst .olu.tin.
BUTTER?THAT'S RICHT 34C. LB.
Hlch in fpialltv an.l ebsolutely fresh at
A*ker, Merrall i*i Contlll Co.'a stores ln
Ureaiar New York.?Ar.vt.
VICTIM OF FRAME-UP,
BECKER WITNESS CRIES
DEFENCE'S CHIEF W1TXKSSKS AT BECKER TOLAL VKSTEHDAV.
IRKKKRl'K HAWLBT. JACbT, SCI.UVAN.
A reporter. who said he \.rs wlth Herker Who swore Weber and Kose toid hlm
for hours after Roaentbal murder. thev war* trying to "fiame-up" the cnse
against Uecker to aave themstrlvea.
BURGLARS LEAVE AGED
Mrs. Margaret Bell Found Un
conscious in Brooklyn Home
with Head Gashed.
PROBABLY MADE BIG HAUL
Many Valuables in House?Ser
vant Discovered in Stupefied
Condition on Stoop?Only
Man in Family Away.
Mrs Bfargi !? I Bell. . iKiu \ \ eara old
r.r So Sl i-'ort tlreene Plaea, Brooklyn,
.ii..1 early this morning In the Brooklyn
Hospital aa thi raauli ..f aa attack
made upon her laal nlghl hv burglara.
Hei mald Ifarj Hogan, wi ? badly
hun. and it Ih thoughl tbal herchancea
foi re< ot >-r | are *-! ikln.
Th-- women were attacked aboul I
o'. lo k. -i - it i aa only a little whlle
after thal hom thal nelghbora found
Ihe mald in r atupefled condition on
the fronl atoop When they took h.-r
Into the houae they diaoovered Mrs.
Bell iiii.oiis.iou-. on the parlor floor
and with a long cut on the topaif her
'ih.- aged* woman bad her aleepini
epartmenta on the ih-t floor, and th>
drawet i ol Ihe burearj ln h.-r cbamber
' bad been mi.-<i. The police were not able
t,, learn it once just whal tbe burglara
had taken, bul it La believed that tbey
made a rlch baul, for thera were many
I valuable artlclea ln thc Bottaa
mi.- li.-i: who ui a wiuow, owaa tha
three Btorj frame house, an.l ihed in it
with her aaa Charlea arbo h amployad
i,\ ? hardwara 4?on< em La chambers
?traet, afanhattaa afarj Uogaa waa
i be only aervaat.
Charlea Bell klaoad hla motber good
I nlKht Ju.st ait.i dlnner laal nlght and
saM ba au golng o,n t.. pay a viait to
aome frlanda it arould ba aftar his
imother'a bedtlme when be K"' back, he
>. ni.irl>. d
About '.?.''.ii o'clock nelarhbora hcar.i
groana ln lha lUractlon of the h- ii
,11011s.- anil, investiKatln*;, found Mary
Hoajafl lylng on tbe ataop. Hhe waa un?
able ti) auy unythlng, but those who
ii.-ipe.i bar int" tha house found h.-r
Imlatraaa lylng face doarnarard on the
i floor. The CUl on Mrs H'-lls h.-it.l hnrl
probaMy baan niade by ? blunl Laatru*
in. nt or blackJackt
An fiml.iilanc.. was .all.-il from the
hospital ,-it otn <-. BBd Dr. Ilatflelil, who
came wlth lt. aalil that Mrs. H.-ll's flkull
had baan fra.ture.l and that there waa
BjO bope for h.-r re. ov.-ry. Mary Hogan
araa n..t ahfa t.. give any mfonnaUon,
but from th.- fad that .slu- was |ying
ou tha "to,,!, n ts believed thal after
?.he had baan atta.k.-ii she had made
an atti-mpt to call the pnli. .- or. t.. get
tha aaarlataace of uohthhown,
Mary HogaB had n-.t 88881 lafag in tho
einploy of the family and ?h.- took th.?
Btecaj of a negrexs who B*88 'li<-. h irire |
ahout BjX BBB8T8 agO, The DOltCe thin!;
it poaalble tti.it a B>agro entarad th ?
house. as wlthin fl bU> ? Off BB ?>f the
plaee there is a - oiony af aeajroaa
Api-aioitly. whoevcr .-nti-r.-.l tt>
house knew aornething ahout lt and
about the habita of the membera of the
Charles Hell returned home ahout 10
o'.iock aad gava all tha aaaaaUaioa Ha
could to the poliie. He OOUM not gay
Laal nlght what hnd b4-en atol.-n.
lt wn.s leiiru.-d from B Mrs Foster^ a
muslc teH.her who llved on the top
floor of tbe houae, that when ahe went
44Jack" Sullivan, ''King of the Newsboys,1
Overrides Court in Bitter Attacks on
Rose, Weber and Vallon.
ALL GOT ON "BAND WAGON"
Declares They Urged Him to Join Them and Contradicts
"Bald Jack's" Story, Many Answers Being
Stricken Out?Jerome, Waldo and
Reporter Witness Fail Defence.
p ,m 1 ti"ss thei" were some peraona
in attendance yeaterday al the trtal bf
! ., itenanl Charlea Becker lot Ihe
murder Of Herman Rosenthal who were
gurprlaad to hear "Jack" Sulllvan (real
name Jacob Abrahara Relehl teatlfy
Ithal he iive.i on Waahlngton Helghta
Thc manner and rarnacular of the wit
belled BU4 h an eflwertton. "Chuck"
nora <>r 'Chlmmle*' Padden could
...v.-i have beenabetter paraonlflcatlon
of the ganulne produtt froai the broad
'aiul allurlng avenue In the lower part
of the clty known na the Rowery. Sul?
llvan on Ihe wltneaa stand was nlmpiy
The former "Kln<r ..r the rfawabnyfl"
and founder of the Mewaboya' Home
"I am the founder." as he prou.llv pul
It Is umler Indlctment na n co-defeii.l
ant wlth fler-ker nnd others ln the P.o
aenthal case. nnd he Lfl mrs. sore clear
through, 8fl he plalnly ahowed on the
"You framed up nn Indlrtment on me;
don't trj tO put another frame on me
-VOu've *T"t me wn.ng. g"t tne mlxed
wlth aome other guy," Bullivan vol
unteered t<? Aaatataat District Attorney
lloaa, who mpent nn uncomfortnble half
hour bntahlng the fur of the ilttle
prl7'fl",'htcr tha wrong way on croaa
Bullivan appaared a* one of the
?it.r" wittiesses for the defence. If
his pu<rnaeliius teatlmony lmpresa. d
the Jury wlth a aenae of "rugged hon
out about K o'clock ahe heard Mrs. Bell
iu convrsatlon with a man whom sh>
apparently knew very well. Mra. Fos
t.-r lefUBail to suy whether the man
was a negro ?.r 8 whlto man.
Mrs Mary Roaa afhe Hvea at Nn. 65
Fort 08*888*8 riace. itninedlatelv ix-xt
door to the Rells, 888*1 she ha.l h-ani
moanlng ln the houae and had aeen
| negro hanging about the premlaea.
Lynn HighSchool Pupils Or
dered to Quit Courting.
f ll> T*lfsrarri t* Tit* Tribun*. |
lloston, Oct. IH?Charlea 8. Jackson.
I iirindpal 4,f the Lynn Hlgh School. who
I laat year banlahed clgarettea, hobble
akirtl nnd "rnta" from the .laasea. has
lundertaken a new crusade. "Spo4>n
i Idk" ln the corrldora of the high achool
mual ataaj, says the pt_cipal, imlesa
th,. pupua brtasg parmlta from thelr
paraata lfl that oaag the Bchool win
nol inierfere with piirental diaclpllne.
\Wr? la the order given out by Pro
l feasor JaokBon, who is determlned that
rommencement ahall aee no more
elopementa <ir annoumed engagementa
than he can help;
Public courtahlp and love making in
thc corrldora 4.f the Lynn Engllah
Hlgh Bchool muat atop. Puplla winh
ing to carry 4.n auch practices muat
brlng a written i ?-rniii=sl.)U from par
esty," h<- auccoeded ln contradlctlng
many Importsnt polnta ln the story pf
11.ild J.o \i" Rose relatlve to Ro.-ker's
part bb tnstlgator of the murder of
RoBsnthsl. He certsinly made nn im
preaslon on the Jury and the Judge. Hfl
overrode tlie court, wavad sstde the
court attendanta who attempt.-.1 to
auppreaa him. heeded not the ohje.tlons
..f the District Attorney and got upon
the record temporarlij some aort of
|answer to nesrly every qussttoB put to
him. He went further an.l InBaStfljd
upon maklng explanattons, both plct
uresqUS and veh.-ment bl the language
"rVlth tho remark thnt he "cnuldn't
st.vp hlni," Justiee <*off allowed the wit
ness th.> kngth of hts rope. and nfter
ward quletly had large parts of his
anawSTfl atricken from the record. After
Mr. Moss had labored wlth him ln valn
ho tltially appealed to Sullivan in n
Hpirlt ?.f Justlce
"In Justlce to yourself you must
llsten to my ouestlons," Mr. Moss said.
'There aln't no Justlce." Sullivan re
torted, "or I wouldnt b? ln jali."
Sullivan was warned by the court
that as he was under indlctrt.ent for
murder he ne*d not answer any ques
j tlona which would tend to lncrlmlnate
him ar.d could be used agalnut him
] later. The wltness scoffed at the sug
| gestlon. nnd deelared his willlngness
jto testlfy to "everyfhlng." Sullivan
Contlnued nn fourlh pas*. secon.l roluma.
fMANY SEE WOMAN KILLED
Vernon Park Resident Crushtd
by an Express Train.
Mrs. Willlam Woodhouse, the wlfe of
a New Vork r?al estate broker who
llv.s In Vernon Park, was kllled ves
terday afternoon m the presen.e of a
numbc-r of commuterB na ahe was hur
rylng to catch a traln on the New York.
W.stchest.-r & Roston Railroad
through a short cut acrnss the New
York. New Hav.-n & Hartford Railroad
tracks, at t'olumbus avenue, in Mount
Mrs, Woodhouse dld not see the
SprinKfield express approachlng and
was stru.k by lt before Hhe could have
reallzed her danger
Coffonsr W'. H. I.lvlngston had dlffi
culty In Identlfving Mrs. Woodhouse.
Th.- pondUCtOr of the trsln had picked
Up I. i pui-se and tak<-n lt wlth him
to tttrn over to the company, but Ra
trolman Itu Relding, of ihe local po?
lice, took a weddlng rlng from a flnger
of the dead woman and It waa ldentl
fled by Mra. E. A. Lewia aa belonglng
to her slster, Mrs. Woodhouse.
Mrs. Woodhouse left home to go
abopplng, She was thlrty-two year*
Old a'd WSS well knowtl I" Mount Ver
iint! and aorroundlag placea.
MAILLARDB BREAKFAST C0C0A.
Absoluta purity ahounds ln all Ha parta.
J>'utrlUve aa a Uiuid food.?Advt
10 BE SHOT
For the First Time He Talks
of His Impressions After
Schrank's Bullet Had
Found Its Mark.
'AMUSED' WHILE SPEAKING
Found It Interesting, He Says,
When He Discovered the
Hole in His Manuscript
and in His Specta
LIVELY AS A BULLDOG NOW
Feels No Bitterness or Rancor, Mean3
to Make a Few "Short, but Good,"
Campaign Speeches, and De
clares, "I Ask No
Chicago, Oct. 18.?The clinical reeord
taken at 9:30 o'clock to-night ahowed
that Colonel Roosevelt's temperature
had risen slightly from the sub-normal
point recorded three hours earlier. Tha
change was attributed to the fact th=)t
after finiahing his dinner Colonal Roose?
velt re*ted for a time.
The reeord was: Puiae, 82; tem?
perature. 98.2; respiration, 18.
Colonel Roosevelt's condition was so
aatisfactory that it was announced a:
11 o'clock that the usual night bulletins
of the physicians would not be issued.
Chicngo, Oct. IS. -The first vivld im?
pressions of Colonel Roosevelt on the
night on which he was shot in Mll
wauk>?e were related to-nlght from the
cotonel'g own llpa Apparently well or.
the way toward recovery. he waa per
mttted to cnj,,y a giaalat dejrree of
freeilom, and for the flrat tlme he gave
an account of the happenlnjrs ln tha
l.i-t few hours after the bullet found it.-)
The colonel aald thal he aipaclod to
leave rot- Ojrater Bay on Monday. am'
h.ip.-d to be back iu the ra'iipalg
making speeches acain, week aft-->
"I fe*i as llvely as a bu'.lib.g." aald
the colonel, by way ol prelaea. He araa
altting In n liuge Icather ch.iir hy B
wlntjow ii, Mrs. RooaevalfB roora, ad
jomiiiK his own, wrajrped In a bath*
roba arltb. a ateamer rug thi own ovar
hls feet to protact hlm from the autur. t>
braaaa bornc in through tha apao wtn
a/hat aeemed to impress COsanal
Rooaevell m<>st etjronjrly was not lha
shr.otln*: Itaelf -ha seemed to UDOX pt
that as n thing ot the paat to be dls
nilss.-d once it waa o\ ? r but, rnih i.
his hour on the stn^'e ol t!i.- Milwauk.???
Audltorium when he was apoaklng WM1(
a bullet ln his side. Ho insist <l thal
to make the Bpeech W88 only What a:n
oth.-r n)an would have done iiiider th
"lt w;ia nothing, nothing." aald tha
colonel. "1 f.-lt a little pain, hut it M I
nol Bervere. vYban i Btretchad aal
anns < t reachad for my manuscrip' .t
maile in.- gaap B bit, hut t.iat was all
Hole in Manuscript "Amusing."
"It waa QUite amuslnjr when I re.-iche l
for mv manuscript to see that It ha i
a hole ln lt from the bullet. and there
was a hole in my epactack eom t-?.."
Th* coloni'l chtickle.l as he racallad
the surprlse he had felt at hls di.v
"Amuslng. did you nay, colonel'.'"
aaked one of his hearers.
"Well." he qualified, "it was inb-t -
Colonel Rooaevell showed no im:
tlon that he ha.l f.-lt the fa_
He a.ilii he ha.l no mcans of _KT8
as he delivered the speech he had
promlsed to make, whether he araa
wounded fatally. but acccptcd as a
matter of <ourse that he ahould ?o oa
untll he had nni.^he.l if his atrengt'i
But when it waa all DTer and he ha i
turne.i away tO go to the hospital. the
clonel s.ii'l, he found it .lifflcult to
keep his temper when half a doaeu
men ?., rambled over the edge of tb
platform and aaked hlm to shake
They wanted ta shake handa," be
said. as If II st"' aurprlsed hlm.
"Dldn't they know that lt ia lmposslble
for a man who has Juat been shot to
ahake handa wlth genulne cordlallt) ?'
Feels No Bitterness.
Of the shootirtg ltself CB48SMI Roose?
velt had little to say. Not 88*98 dld he
mention the name of John Schrank, his
asaallant. He talked ln an unenw
ttonal way of belng shot, aa :f he ?'^
dlacuaalng the case of a man wlth
whom he waa not acqualnted. Ho
aaid h* bore no bitterness or rancor.
Tn a dtspassionate way t^olonel
Roosevelt spoke of hla preaent condi?
tion and speculated on the rhance that
he wo'.ild have blood polsnning or BOme
4)ther serlous cnmpllcathm. The phyal
dana thought he was gettlng well. he
snld. but they had toid hlm there stlll
remalned the chance of a aetback.
"Ian't it a curioua thlng," he re
marked. "that a little apot,"?he placed
hla thumb near the?top of hla forefinger
to lndlcate how gmall a apot he meant
?"can become infected and aet thc
whole thlng back?"
Then. Cotonol Roosevelt went on.
there was the possiblllty, the phvsi
.lans had toid hlm, that pleurlay or
pneumonla might develop. Dr. Alex?
ander I_mbert, he aaid. had apoken of