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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Rain to-day and probably to-morrow; south-
' cast and cast winds.
Detailed weather reports v. Ill be found on page i,
Ol.. LXXX. NO. 23.
NEW YORK, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2:J, 1912. rov,iki. mit i u, .v... .(..'(. . phmumm 4ueoifn.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
' LAWYER SAYS SCHEPPS
FULLY CLEARED BECKER
Hut Ntiini: Allorne.v Tells of
iil on Siniilnt After
K'iim'IiI luil Mnnlcr.
' jim vi. ih:i.av i'i!oiMii:sii:i)
I'miner I'nrtner f Sliiin d'niii
liler lleeliires Seliepps Told
Him I he Simie 'I'liinu'.
HVr sri.i.s.iH. Aik . Sept Ktldenee
nnjttlerod more favorable lo tin defence
n '!) lleeker (rial than miy hetetoforo
uifir'h'vl in lint citv i said by Attorney
lUr' to havo been round laic Suttitday
' tncnnnn and tin afternoon
. statement ha been obtained fiom
wm-nwy Jnmo I. (irahatn of this city,
which i considered very important and
.ill rrult in determined efforts being
made it have (iraliam give hi testimony
More Special Commissioner HurT when
pe hearing is resumed to-morrow inorn
tui i the Marquette Hotel.
If any one i trying to break into the
limelight at this late day." aid Aitutit
l'itrict Attorney Itiibin several day ago
' ot'er a statement to Hat .Masterson by
Attorney (irahatn that Schepp was in
Hot, Springs the Sunday following the
Knothal killing, "they will find tnat they
ore fooling with dynamite."
Phi statement by Attorney Itnhin
railed forth a reply from Attorney Graham
th; afternoon in the form of a dictated
tMtenient. which follow
I t.i,'rfl tn Mr. Maslersou tcMcrdut that
I new Ih' Shin Scliepps wa in the city
' Ho' Springs on the Stindav after the
k.illns f l!nenthal. anil not that I hint
.ti Informed that he was here. ) knew
n.v he Kim lijro. lierause he had consulted
.i." c- an al linnet.
We If" lint springs on the name train ami
i,r en off at Argenta What wa lonllileit
i i -ne in mv profeinnnl rapacity I do
.n- feel at hlrty to innke putille I will
i howetei-, that the connecting of Iterker
ir "i the miinler wa an afterthought and
o Ii" r triilpatrd Herker
heppi stated that he w.i giilinr lo
io. tint might dnulilii back to ( lumen
nut lie a tittnc before the loni
1 oon"r.a t ilnnot rare todlrlon mallei
; tiled to in in my protei-ioiiat capurlu
i ili ttant l)itrirt tttnrncv cleire
Ptptode anv of hi ilvn.ilnile. leferred lo
enain newspaper, hi will not know
"lioni lo ilirert Ills bomb lie inlghi
.en that he is now tn a civilized com
m ,nlti . where threat do not intimidate.
I Sawyer, a local attorney, who i
a--iit nits Mr. Hart, accompanied by At
rney Hart, paitl a visit to Attorney CJra
ham uiid requested that he Klve them h
tuoie explicit statement legarding
f "rhepps s alleged visit here and lo go
mine unit uciail as fn U1P iaieUellH
made, to him by Kohopp. .ludge (ira
itn was at first inclined to remain silent,
b it finally aitrerd to tell his iory
"I was standing at the fiont of the
fairs lead in c lo my nfh'ie when a man
I'eppod up and nkel mo if I was an at
' rney." paid Mr. Crnlinm. "I lold lum
-at I was, and he said he wished to cou
sin" mo on a very imiwrtant case. I
Hl.efl him upstairs to my office.
"Once tn the office he inttodiiced him
e'lf to me a Sam Sohepps and asked if
"lis cpy was a Rood place to bide in
! informed him that the local xihce uu
au cultured ciooks ill hldillK here, who
w '-e wanted in other places, and told
1 m thai if he was in hiding he had better
.-! ,i of Hot Springs or he would get
"He then told me of the murder of
l:..ftvlia', whom, ho stated, was killed
pra'i'.o he was alKiut to give important
"Himonv to the Grand Jury. He, stated
f.cv wre irying to saddle the lesponsi-
. i i : v . f the crime on I'olico Lieutenant
li" her. and that tho District Attorney of
" nm was after the police officer for
f.if' He then and there exculpated
looser in statements niado to me
t adi .-d lum to get out of Hot. Springs
'I tenia in in hiding here no longer, and
and I left on the. morning tjain to
.. 1 er Vmving at Argenta across the
1 sn- liivet from Tattle Hock. Scliepps
f 'h.' I'.i.n stating he intended going
Msir. ami I com inued on my journey
. 'I r ti a .turn to Hot Springs until
' Srj.,iis bad been nriested hern
n Mk-ii back to New York. I can
. f nlv sav Sam Scliepps made stale-
o tin- that exculpated Decker in
n 'dei "f Iln-enthal "
tt'ie'i .li.dgn (iiah.im tolii Hat M.ister
" "- .iIhho information Mr .Mastor
.r -.'med tiorney H.irt of what he
'I ! ii'fi..t. anil Hart. Sawyer and Mas
1 m.ule a visit to ArgentH Attorney
I'ar ivl aheady lec-tved two long ilis
tii m 'lephttne tnessuges from a man III
. " i giving Ins name as lliirkhollz .
ah ho wa a personal friend of
; "Jaud a former partner with Hosen-
n t',. photographing liiHines
' man stated that he wa well hc
t -I with all those mUed up in the
' .Van in Sew Voik anil that he
rr.,.' v ic-udi-d there and was known
I'" Mike -
I' 'r'ol' ,inl tint lie visiied Sam
-t i. ii '115 city nfter lu lattei'n ai
' c 'I i. a' be talked with Scliepps ill
' 1 - moil Schepp indicated thai
It' veil might not hk) it anil to talk
I 1 c ' Ho decline, that while lalk-
N I I ,n Si liepps m.ltle statements to
' "i ' .! if ol itoly cculintcd Meeker
i i c i nat linrt. Sawyer and Mastei
'1 i. nod Ibirkliollz in Argenta.
V'touiev Whiimaii I said lo
luale (he slateiiieut that he hail
I a leiier from tho sumo min in
' ' in- nffeiod In testify in the case
t'V Hun will iimlto an eftotl lo
lo-tmiMiiy of lliirkliollz bel'oic
1 I IIIIIIlln-.C JIH'I Hill)', bill lllPI'o Is
- ' I ','.! thru lie will succeed Ho and
,v' ' tioiiiev Whit tuati Sat unlay
I n igrecd lt a stipulation wheieby
iie.nv of d Hogabooni. a Uitli
' 'ins iii.hiii''i.i wiM ln added to that
''' liplore Hi" 1 'iiiiunisslonei-, liilt il
''I f Wii'imi'i will grant another
! V . ...
1 i' liar' fun. ,'if'cninoii fleclarcd
' " fii.'ii r coniers l he Icsliinoli
Confirmed on btconu' I'uyc.
JUMPS 245 FEET TO DEATH.
l.eroiiio Willi I'arnrliolc l.rni
I'toiii llrrllo I ot ii in ii of Vlrlorj,
(f'i.l' 'il' V httfii'trh (a 'I'lliC SI
Hi ill, in. Sepl A man named Hueti
Iner Jiimpod to. day Irom the top of the
fiunoiis coluinii of Victory m the Tier-
Kartell mid was instantly killed. he
I column i Jl". feel higli
llileltiier had aureeil with 11 I 111 imMU lii
, fit in lo make the Jump with a parachute
from i tie summit or the column The
oper.iiors of the inovini. picture machine
weteiill leady inula bigtronil wa watch
ing when Huelliier asceuiled Hi,, mair-
I n lime in making the
jump lioni the ioji The parachute railed
to net and he cnnio down like a stone
He .i dead when i ho onlookers reacheil
The police, who allowed the peifoim-
mice, asscii ilmi n commilled
Hiiifide.as an et.itiiinatioti showed that
tho parachtitt' wa wort hie, and it wa
ulso learned that nnettner had tried to
kill luniselr two weeks ao over a love
j The crowd which had uathpied lo see
the iuni. attacked the bioscope operatoi.
! who lli.o l,..ll...'.ul o- .
."..'-n-.., ..fir urcoitipiice ill
Kranvoi Iteichelt. an Austrian ladies"
tailor, met hi death In a somewhat similar
manlier in jumping from the flrt stage
of tho Kiffel Tower in Paris. Jim feel Irom
the ground, on February i or the prepnt
year. Iteichell said he had invented a
parachute which would enable aviators
to save their lives when an accident hap
pened to their machines in midair His
device consisted of a parachute mucin of
silk which wa attached to the back like
a soldier's knapsack Reporter and
cinematograph operator were pieseni In
crowd when Keiclielt made his jump.
He was instantly killed
Keiclielt, who had been working two
your on hi device bad been urged to
try it with a diimtny first, but he scorned
tins advice and made the fatal jump.
SHOOTS IN CHURCH CROWD.
Italian llrnl on Wimrnnre Cnnitlit
suit II en I en li. tlnli.
Many person in front of the Italian
Itoinan I'atholie Church of Our Ijidy of
Mount I'arniel at Union avenue and
N'orlli Seventh street. Williamsburg,
narrowly escaped injuiy yesterday morn
ing when John Spinnaiio of tt Jackson
street shot at I any Demaico. who lives
at 1 12 Jackson stteet. with two revolvers.
The two had ttouble a month ago when
Oemareo. it i alleged, stiuck Spinnaiio.
and the latter deviated he would be
revenged. They didn't see each oilier
again until yesterday
They weie within a lew yaids of the
church when Spinnaiio whipped out two
pistol unci began to sh (nit Three shuts
went over Demarco s head. Demaico
ran and hi did the church folk. Some
ran into the church
Oemareo fled along N'oith Seventh
street to Havemeyer stteet, turning
south toward the Herman Catholic Church
of tin) Annunciation, at N'orth Fifth mid
Havemeyer streets. Many persons weie
on their wav 10 this church Ueinaico
lan intoa tenement and escaped Spmnatto
A large c towd had followed the shooter,
who halted near Annunciation church
and Hied several shots over the heads of
hi pursuers Ho continued to run. and
while going through North Sixth street
lo lloebling threw away the revolt ei
While cros-uig the unimproved McCarren
Park section the crowd caught the fugi
live and began to maltreat h tm.
Spintiatio broke, i wav. but he was caught
again at ll.-dfoid avenue and North
Kleventh slice) Tbecrowil ' punching
and kinking him when Policeman Deiikert
of the Bed fold avenue station went to his
rescue. The mob wa still hi incensed
against the Italian that Hetikeit had to
get help to take him to the station bouse
He was charged with felonious assault and
carrying concealed weapons, I jiter Magis
trate Natimer held him in J-.Vn bail for a
ARRESTED AS LINER DOCKS.
lion ("linrneil With KmlieEslliiK
'J.1,OOIl In Nadir I. and.
I'jtlt.tDKt.lMlIA, Sept. 22 As they
stepped ahore from the steamship (Jraf
U'aldersep last night, t'no Koch and his
wife, (leida. llrnl cabin passengers were
arrested on information receited from
the Tribunal nt Helslngfois, Finland,
where the pair lived previous to the
day they started for this country.
The man wa. charged with the em
bezzlement of about I2.VOO0. In the
Information received In this city Fin
nish authorities said they had tracpd
the pair to Hamburg, where the trail
had been lost on September i Notifica
tion of their departure was sent to
several cities In Ibis country The
detectives learned that the Ciaf Wat
dersee sailed from Hamburg on Septem
ber K and made at rangemt nt to board
Ihe boa I.
On board a police tii,u deteitlte went
down ihe liver to Iteidy Island Satur
dat. but were not permitted to boaid
the boat because of a ipiajantlne This
morning they went down the liter ugaln
laud boaided the boat, first looking over
I the steerage passengers. Falling to
find Koch and his wife lu the steeiage,
tlie.t went to Hie fist cabin, wheie thev
found the pair reglsteted under theli
BUFFALO OFFICIAL DIES IN AUTO.
I'lre Commissioner tVllli t onnu
Wo 111 nn In Koehesler nt 'I'ltne,
l!o. IIKSTKII. N. V. S"pl. 22 F.ro
Coililiilslciner Catl C Macheiuer of llnf
1,1 lo died suddenly of Ileal t trouble al
noon lo-ila In an uuiomoblle in fiom
of the olllres of Dv. William II. Itn-d
111 :'.. I'lyinoiitb ntenue Ninth
In the car Willi t'oiuinlssloni'l' Muche
nier was 11 young woman, whose name
iippears to be known only to the C01
mar, who has refused tn dltulge ii
Commissioner Machrmer. who was .it;
.trm old, came to liuclirsler Satiu'ilnc
iilght by automobile, lie reglsteted in
the Seneca and the young woman wen1
lo Hie D.'iti'llpoi t npat lllleilt. Al 110011
io-il.it they tvete touring the cliv when
Mi .Miii'liempt' ft II "ter In his neat.
Sou-nil pel mm aw bllil full und c.
Sllpi It lsor Wlllbilll .1 AV.IH1 stepped
Into the car Mini illnte lo the pli.tsl
iLium 1. tin 1 Mt Mm lu-iiiii' ran foi
I I'll t Tipm'Ii ' "11 ibi Deinoi ral 1
tlcl.ci iiml wna ilelcalnl. II' w.13 ill
the Insurance Uuulncba In Uuffalu.
A FACT, RECORD SHOWS;
'me llvlnliig lo-ulKht In Sonora at inioiil
Ketleml Investiiititiii ('overiiiy: j nfteen meiei south of Nmo, mu. on
It) Yeill's I'Mlllls Stetlllv All- Southetn I'acltlr Kallloail beiween
. N'hco and I'ananeH.
vit nee in stiiile. Th(. ltilll) lh(. 1sll lnllll. ,,,,., ,.,,..
" ilng piisssnxeis since the desli uitloii of
II K II K AUK TIIK ritil UKSi "" tw weu. !,,, w.m aita.Ued
lit leiiel ttliell II leuclteil a tnldise ,f
I Kllotneler Sii Federal n board
I b.i Vi'licliw C.wl Ml
Cent. .More To-ilii
Thini in III!!!).
Wasiiimiiov, Sept. SS An lutrsll
xiit Ion Inio the high coi of titing for
a period of ten eais iat coiublcled by
the Cominlsloiler of Labor, which wa
exieiitled Into thirty-two States nnil I
coveted fifteen of the pi luclpal food
pioilllcts and coal, lias Jusl been eom
pleled. The lu esiiitntlon ta made In In
ldiistri.il ecu It e iiml. the t 'iimmlioiiei
'believes, covei two-tblids of the aill
! cle.s that eiuer Into vv'(ii'Mugmin's ne
cessities. The repoit show that fourteen of the
I fifteen fooil article loi'eieil by the In-
vestlgatlon wete "iiioted nl higher pile e
on June l.V till:1, than thev weer i. year
iffore. while ten of ilie articles had ad-
tanced In IHe lai ten .teal more than
1 ."in per rem .iter, too ateiagi
1 c tall
.prices for ine peilod I SSo- 1S!!.
. niirlug tlie l,ii decade price of poia
j toes clianged inot and sugar Hie least.
1 Thelt adtances were II!' and t p..
I cent, lespectltely. During Ihe last eat
I uncoil, which d.-c leased Just one-tenth of
1 per cent . whs the onlj one of Ihe fif
teen pilnclpal articles of food that
showed a decline In pi ice. while nine of
the fifteen ndtanced mole t tin it In pel
rent . tar.tlng from J.I pel cent, fui milk
I to I.)', for louiid steak
1 Of the fifteen, only eggs, butter, mill.
land sugar were lower, but the price of
thrie of these four I. noimally lower
I during summers than during winters.
J Specimen. of the statement of met-
chants In tarlous cities published In the
I leport follow.
1 New ork -Meats 111 iteiieial ale so
( high thdt If price lontltuie inuvh Imixei.
will bs otlllgeil to .lo'e Up tiUsllle. Hills
laiie.uly lost about 1100 since arltatue In
Chicago -.lobbing prlre on ttoui has nil
tameil 0 rents tur liariel. end tinlej
th'eip I a decline In the neat ftiniie re.
tall pil.es wilt nit vn m-
llaltimoie- If the prefeiii high prloes
ptetall much lonitei In the wholesale mat
ket, I do not know what will become of
the tftalt ilsaleis.
Ilostoii ''heap sirloins .lie so hlvh and
I'oor that I am not rutting any at pies
ent both made of rattle hst gone up.
and the abuts pilces Just about let mr out
A Second Heef. el'erlallt on cheaper
l rut. III lo 2 pel rent higher
A I hltil Hie h'gh price of nieat I
causing ti tn clo" our place of bu.ine,.
' on oi als.ut . 1 1 1 1 i
' New llHten ItetuillllE till week w i- ,
I will iidtaiire 2 lent n tioiind on all meats. )
a we ate i.iin tile hUllel li(e fill beef.
I unit I Ji in t ' 111 tin time I lannot sat tne
! reaoh the Jobber blame the fHrinei
ii lariner oianies ine niKn price oi coin.
rniiiineipiiiH ,u nione.t in meat at
the atiote price.
i A Second 1 We paid. June IT. Ti',
"tit a pound foi mini' and rounds hiuI j
1 1 'a cinls a pound fot line's of beef.,
the highest ptlre In the hltort of out
t llUtlirftM i
I Salt Lake I'ltt - Kt er.t tiling rm to
i lie si ins roll out nnliontr .him. a.,, i
( Iteniark. of metchant. accompanying
i the price reports for May told the same
Hlory. This Is the showing made for
, the food price. In the last year accord-,
j Ing to the report on the foods Investl-
' Decresse lu pilee: Smoked bacon, 1 pei
liirtPdse In pike Fresh milk, 2 per
rent, smoked ham, "7 lieu, 3S. Ktaiiu
lated nugur, i . Irlth potatoes, 7.'". . nhent
(lour, 10 7. pork chop. Ill: pure laid,
113. butter. IE. 3 . Mil loin steak, 17 1. lib
loast, 17.5; -ootid steak, IS. 6.
The advance during the decade, com
paring the price June If. last with the
average for Ihe ten years, was as fol
lows.: Granulated sugar. 8.5 per cent.;
Mrtrtly fresh eggs. '.'6 1 flesh milk, 3. ,
lerenmerv butter, ."3 3. wheat flour. S 3 .
I pure lartt. 55.3 . hens. S I sirloin str'sk,
I S9.5 ; mniikid ham. HI 3 . corn meal, US. 7 .
.lib rnasi, fil S , tounrl steak. SI. pnik
' chops. st . smoked baron, art 7 . Irish po
ts lues. 1 1 ?.
Coal also advanced considerably In
some cities. The price on April 15, as
compared with a year before, was
higher for I'ennsyltanla anthracite,
stme size, In twenty-five out of twenty
j nine cities from which leports were se
cured. Tlieie was no change of price
' In the remulnlng four cities. During
j the same period Pennsylvania anlhra-
Iclle chestnut adtanceil In twenty-five
out of twent -aeven cities, Hnd bitumin
ous advanced in seventeen out of thlr-It.t-two
iltles. The pilce remained tin
1 1 hanged In twelve cities and declined In
I thlee elites.
In Ihe noitb Atlantic Stales I'enn-
.thanla white ash coal, stove sire, was
II .1 per cent, higher on Apill 15. 191:'.
than n year before. I'ennslvvanla an
Ihrucite white usb. chesinut size, 11. S
1 hlghei. and bituminous, II per cent
t These weie the largest Incieases.
..I. II.. ... .1... It-- .. L. ....... ...I.
1 " '' i" I nut,,; I thought we would he caught he
jttere inichiinged or there were no d,ita,()t, W1 K() ),,.,..
( i"r HiiiniHciie, anil iiiiumiuous cuai unit j
1 7 per cent, less than April Ifi, Kill. 1
1 The net prices of gas for household 1
use 011 April 15, compared with the I
pirtious year, shottrd that leductlonsl
langed fiom J to 1.1 cents for manu-'
1 factored gas among llfl.t -four com-
' panic. In llilrtj -rilx title, mid pracll
1 fully unchanged among the natural khh
i ASK WITS0N HOW HE ESCAPED.
I iiiiilis tllllrlal Vol sure I lie
II III lord Ihe lllglil Keepers,
Wnrili'ii ll.inley bus gone 10 I'hlladcl
' pli 111 10 iisk (ieorge Wltson, biilglar und
csci.Jieil Tombs prisoner, how he renll.t
! got out of the Tomb. here. Keeper
Ki '!v was d Miilsed ami nnothei' l.eepe,"
transfer! rtl lo Hiker's Island when Wil
son 1 'napcd.
The warden's tlfilt mat i mil. it was
Haul, In jilncing Ihe blame f. sett beie and
I cxuutiullnn tlic keepers,
REBELS ATTACK A TRAIN.
I VllfM'H Ift
In I undies lleil hiiiI Hot
Ml. 'cso T". , Scpr. '.'".' Tluee li iti
illed anil llfl.t teliel and '.Till Feileiiils
lb' It it I it lis KUiitds Willi if in.ii llln.i
vim. illmoiitited and nnweied the ieh'l j
ntt.li It The rebels had d'smounieil.
lent lug ilu-lr horses behlntl hills.
The intUi tetllliieil to Nino foi leln-l
foiielilellls and the rebels nlo sent lor j
leltifouetiient. When the train le- j
liiriii'd Willi It additional Federal ttiel
lehels had hIo been il ilglllellti l and il' I
dink the tljAhl wa still In piouns
MevelHl I'edelllls had been wollllllell. bill
no mis-enuei had been tun i. The train
i oore n mi lie number or paeimei s,
1 II1.H1 of 1 1 1 1 1 1 Alllfl U-.ius bound tor
I Iff i I'nsiiliil f 'ro.co and 111 I !
intall.t, who iiimb' their c.'iie into
CohIiiiIIii following their defeat week
.11:0 io-d,i in ci.ilnuit.i. ie makliig ill-1 f
tt.i.t lowaid I'leilia Negio. tv Inch i op.
poslte K.'.itle Pass, accoidlng lo a leir-
a ill lereUed beie to-day
t'ol. I'asciinl "ro.o, father of the
il, h1 , hlof SI1..11I lo.ihiv In tliM e!l I'.iso
I ,i! crowd icatheied aliout the Jail
most of Hie day hoping to get a glimpse
of Ihe while hailed tailor of I he isbel
leader, hot be vtii. I.epl behind the bars
Seiior .liiau I'edlo lllilipp ilipiomalir
auelit of the lenels in tile I lilted States,
who nriived beie .teslerdat lo confer
wlih Senaioi Smith and Full, who air
lilt i s.iuatiiig the Mesuau I et olotloil.
wa nTeled lo-da.t b.t a I'nlled States
Ueparinieiit of .li.slhc ofllcte ,N"o
charge hss et been placed agnlnt him.
)!il:iii bus hud Ihe bbvll.t of the u.t
tlonnl capital ir Wasliinglon for month
and has not been out of the I'lilled
Stale since leat mg Washington.
ITALIAN WARSHIPS AT SMYRNA.
Iltrrlianl (II shipping ami Then llla
tvecttil t ihU ;rjTfrA . Thk Si.
CossTt.NTi.sori.d. Sept. 22. Nine Ital
ian warship cnteied the Gulf of Surna
to-day iiud overhauled all shipping.
Tliet sailed away after performing this
Ihe Turkish (internment has sent
UU troops to tile Island of Samos. 1 1 I
belleted that this will ultW'c with
j t. tHi garrison to deal with the
Hiitlsh and French wnrshlps agulu
hate united off the island.
IIklorapk, Sept. 22 Prime 'Minister
Pttsltch, In lepljlng to nn addtess !iy
n deputation of merchants as to
whether It was t ohe peace or war
tvlib Turkey, assured them tnat th"
(Jovernment'H Intention were absolutely
. peaceful nnil there wa not the least
cause for excitement He Hilfted them
lo disregard Ihe sensational rumors
printed in the newspaper.
TAFT OFF FOR WASHINGTON.
Will He tl.llor and Most lu-dal
IlKtrnbr, Mass . Sept 22 I'lesldent
, Tafl left
I'arramatta late tin. afternoon
and motored to South Station. Host on ,
where he boatded the private car Ideal.
which wa attached to the federal hxpres.
, which left at . o'clock for Washington
Mr Tafl will arrive there early to-morrow
I morning Ho will attend the opening
session of the Fifteenth International
j Congress on Hyjciene and Hemogiaphy,
i and in the afternoon he will lecelve the
j delegated to the national conferenoe of
Catholic charities and will also giv
reception to the visiting scientists
lu the evening be w ill attend a meeting
of the National Emancipation Commemo
ration Society He will go to New York
on Tuesday for a political confetence
with Chairman Hi lies
SAVED FROM MOB, KILLS SELF.
socialist Who Matitied Itepahllcan a
Snlrlde lu Jail.
WntvoKA, Ukla,, Sepl. 22. - Herry Shre
mclier, the socialist, who fatally stabbed
Dave Swihnrl. a Republican, on Ihe
streets of Uoldenvllle yesterday after
noon after a socialist debate, was
brought to Wewoka last night by T
Hughes, county Sheriff? and placed In
jail for fear'of mob violence. Some
lime during the early hour of the morn
ing Shremcher tore the blanket of bis
cell Into ropes, and after securely Us
ing It around his neck, feet and hands,
he rolled off his bunk and sltangled to
Schremcher died under the Impression
that Swllian was dead. Swlhart Is
still alite, hut little hope la entertained
for his tecoterj The suicide left a
letter to hi father, mother, brothers and
"I am glad 1 killed that man. Tell
everybody I died on Inrtdol and I died
happj. I went Into McShaiio'a and got
the best knife he had Jusl lo kill that
man. He safd they had the beat crowd,
I showed him.
I "Say, the Maisbul sure did inn the
HER 25 TRUNKS STILL HELD.
tlr, KliiHslaml tln ser 'I'hem
Openeil To-ds) If lie Wlshra,
Mrs. Ambrose C. Klngsland, whose
Hunks weie seized ami sent to the
public stoics from the Hamburg-Ainer-Irau
Line pleis lu lloboken Hut ill tin v
nun nliiK. will bxve an upportiinlty to
ilu.t to be pieseni nt the examination
nf her baggage by the rustoniH people.
She Is still nl the Hotel I'la.a.
The eXHliilnutbui might bate been
made last Snt11td.1v at the pier Iiml not
Mrs. Klngsland hurried away when une
leiirned that a iboioiigh ot erliuiillug
would be made.
The custom ofllclalrj wonldn'i look
oter Hie ttventy-fite tiunlts iinles some
niMtibir of a family besides the maid
lilt lo watch them were picscnl.
ncaniareyoii, P l. bn l, Nevi Vark,- Aiit, I
MRS. A. G. VANDERBILT
GiVESlTH TO A SON
liiiliy I Horn ul Home of I'nr
Mils in l.elcliwooil. Snrret.
.MOTH Kit WAS .MKS. .M'KI.M
Hiiiiuhter of l'iiii. Kinei'Min of
ISitltimore, Who .Mude l''r
tune in Drii!.
l,r l i tililf .nHf.V. llii i
I.omion. Sept. 22. A son wa hum
m 1 1 t i -1 1 it to Mr. ami Ml Allied !.
Vandeiblll nl their home at Itetchtvood.
I In loti' t..ili.,t .,,1 ..1,11.1 11.
Alfled (itv)iiiie 'iiuib'iblt and Mle.
Smith llolllus McKiin, fonileiit Ml.
.Mid mu el limit son of llaltlmoie, weie
mat I led at Itelgiite, Sultey, Kligland,
Dei ember 11. Il'll. Mi. nniebili s first
IHHi'llage was with Klleu I F.lslei
l-'iench hi Newport on .lainiaf.t 1 1. I'.nil
Ml.. IMIeli Fleiil h ViinUel bill divorced
him In New York III Apt II, IVOS. and
she was attatded Ihe cutod.t of theli
son. William II.. then 7 mm is old.
The pu seht Mrs, Alfled litVMiue Van
deiblll Is the onl,t daughter of Ciipi
laac i: Kmt'iMiii. I lie wealtht drug
inaniifiictiirer of llalilmoie. Mis
.Margaiet lliueison she uiariled U:
I Smlih llolllus McKIm of Itiltlmnie. ttliii';4, the Slate pi ion eaily 'I'uesd.iv inoiiiing
liming ihe nit tun ror dltoice wnlcli I.
stilled In a ibriee foi .Mrs. McKIm. no'
lolls before llel' lllal'I'lHge III All. Vytl
ilil'bllt. Is said lo hate uahed taiiotK
lltlltatlous against iiifinhcr of the llni
ersoii fainil.t Upon n .ettlemenl upon
Di. McKIm by I'apl Kmeison "f a
tuirtt fund of JI.'tl.'Miu
Alfled Cittynne N'.'lllilei bill Inhellleil
the bulk of the estate of the late Cor
nelius Vaiidetbllt. when, acioidlng lo
Ihe father's will. Ain.-d. ihe serotid son. I
was made resldiiarj lega'ee In I Mt'.t of
an estate then tallied hi about $Tu.. i
Alfred's older brother, the present I
Cornelius andeihlll. Inherited bv the j
will S5UO.0UI) outright and 1l.oini.u00 in'
trust. The marriage of the oldest son
to Miss (Jrace WIon .ilwa.ts has been
advanced as the icason the late t'm
lullus Vainlerbllt made the second son
ttls principal hell
The will i .cognized Alfred a. the new
head of the hntie of Vandei lillt. Ac
cording to the lei 111- of the will Alfled
Vandurbllt's Inheiltame was estimated
al between tlU.000.0UU and J.'.O.UOO.OUO in
ISM. A,t firit. so Ihe will directed, he
was to recelte only the Income of the
The will further mdered that half of
hi. Inhetlunce was to be turned over to
him abolutel whi n he liached the age
of 30 rat. nnil tile
when he wa 3,. .veins old A medal
ranted by Congress to Commodore Vun
deibllt also was willed lo Alfled instead
of to hi older brother. Cornelius,
which those close to the Vunderbili
family pioccduie took a a final wotd
that Alfred Otvynne Vainlerbllt hence
forth was to supersede his older biother
as head of the house.
In order to bring the pusent Cor
nelius Vauderbllt's share up to the in
herltances received by Alfied s younger
I 1...I lluP ,1., bI.Iu,, 1 l.l .,,1 1 ,. n,l.. l.lll
u, ,.., r.p,v. ,.it.i.-,. , nnuriiiiii
personally added lo Cornelius'. Inheri
tance the sum of $3,0011,000.
Cupt. Kmerson, the father of the
present Mrs. Alfred Vanderbllt, has a
fortune which has been estimated lo
bring him an Income of about $1,000.
000 a year. At the time of bis daugh
ter'. divorce Capt. Kmerson was then
giving the daughter, no Haltimnre said,
"an unnnal Income of $10,000 for pin
KILLS ACTRESS. HANGS IN CELL.
Wrrmlrr Miuiita llrr Realile Her
Mother al llrstaaranl Table.
I.NCKN.VE8, Ind , Sept. 22 Misa l.ucile
May, 1" yeun old, a singer with the Knick
erbocker Stock Company, which closed an
engagement here last night, was shot and
killed shortly after midnight this morn
ing by Thomas Harry Dnvies of Chicago,
who an Harry Hector posed as a wrestler
and ex-middleweight champion of Eng.
Davie camp lo Vincennea from Chicago
and dogged Miss May's footsteps, once
entering a street car and threatening to
kill her Later at the theatre ahe forgot
her lines when Da vies appeared in the
audience und attempted to get on the
stage. Davie waa forcibly ejected Just
as Mian May and her mother sat down lo
a lunch at the Savoy restaurant Davles
enteted and fired four bullets into the
girl's head and body
A cartridge jammed in the barrel pie
vented Davie from killing himself as he
turned the gun to id head He wa
arrested and just before daylight I his
morning committed suicide in jail by
hanging with a towel
A letter from Miss, May written Septem
ber II! disclosed that she had jilted him
because she had discovered he had a
wife and daughter In Pennsylvania.
Letters left by Davles stamped and
ready for mailing were addressed to ii
wife, Mrs I H Davie, al Hridgeville,
Pa , and contained $1.15(1 in bills and
travellers' checks anil a deed lo IHfl acre
of laud near Phoeuii. All.
MRS. J. M. T. TOPE ASKS DIVORCE.
Wife of tlolor tlHclilne tinker llrlims
I Null In II run.
j liKMi, Net . Sept. Ji. A dilutee coin-j
plaint was filed line sesierdav by Mis.
Francis Ttvnmbly Pope iig.iliiNl J. Mou
roe Ta lor I'ope, the F.osion manufac
1 liner nl motor machine. Mis. I'ope
and her .tuuut, son, Humid, came here
lasi '.M11 1 ill and reside In a South Side
Mis. I'ope chlllges eMIohlc lIucll.V.
failure In her husband to piovlde for
' her and desertion, the latter In l!'0fi,
after ten tenis of 111.11 llal life. Sll" asliH
no 11 Union. . uk a propel It settlement
itnd maintenance tins been arranged
nit of court llrr husband will appear
ib. formal itnsttci but will make no
FALL OVERCOATS ON FIFTH AVE.
I "III III.! IflC
I ll Kites tillsnie
You could get
hint of the fall sl.t les
In otercoats testenlny In a walk In
Fifth atvuue There was a cold hiee?e
b. owing ear'y In the inoiiiiiig Hint ninUe
tile blood tingle a lilt with wlnlrv pie
inotiltlun.. for this time of the year It
.vas a leinargubly cold da.t in the clit.
with the mercury dropping ns low n
."4 nl ." : 2 o'clock- In the morning
It was iiT at ! A M . us against ".' ai
III" same lime la.sl year. M 'J oMool.
'he tempera' ire was highest at i2.
'ompiiind with . lust teal's highest in
the same time.
NO TRACE OF LOST SURVEYOR.
TlioiiKlit Noll Tlint .lo tin tl. Kreiinn
llleil on tlounl W'nslilnutet.
ItliUKiV Wooii.s. N II. Sepi.
Seaichiug parties to-day weie unable to
litid any Dure of John M. Keeiiau. the
Honlon and Maine stitveyor who gol lol
on I lie slope of Mount a-hiiigloii l.t-t
ednesdn y noon
Il i Ihe belief bete that the voiilig
iniiii has pet thed of eiiu e and hull get .
SLAYER TO DIE AS X-SCIENTIST.
forilnn Heads tlr. IMill's lloi.U I'rr
liHrlnu fur llralli linlr.
Hosion, Sepl (.'Iiester S .Ionian.
ihe young Soniertille man who murdeied
lit wife on September I. 111. in their
fiat and wa caught two day later in
Mostou with the ilisinembeied bodv
clowded ill a trunk, will be put lo death
He passed his lust Sabbaih on earth in
an appaiently contented frame of mind
His calmness since he has occupied ,t
death cell has been even more marked
I tliltu ill the case of Heibeit Spencer, who
p.iid the penally last Tuesday morning,
according lo the prison gtlAids
Like Spencer. Jordan has found solace
in the teaching of Christian Science.
C. Leonard McNeil, a Christian Science
'' " voiicieinn.iii mans
"I'lrittial adviiier for some months and
wi" accompany him to the death chair
Mr. McNeil visited .Ionian to-day mid
together they read Mm. Kddy's textbook
"d some Chi istian Science papeis.
TIip condemned man learned last night
thai there was no hope for him. and the
news had not th e slightest effect on him.
"I knew it would be that way," he aid.
"and I am content. All has been done
far me that loving consideiation could
do. I am ready to meet mv fate "
FIGHTS FLOWERS AT FUNERALS.
Priest I'oibl.la Them, Inline The)
trf an Kftflrat a mm nee.
Nkw lftvi.v. Sept 22. A movement
has just been started by the Kuv. Dr.
Walter J Shanlev, pastor of St. Peter's
I 11 .. . ... i. i 1. I .-.., ,
noimm v.uionci iiiiiuniii Luiiijury. wriicu
lias neeu Indorsed by tli leading Catholic
clergy of this city, dropping the custom
of sending fiowera lo funerals.
Dr. Shanley not only issued an order
piohihiling the carrying of Mowers into
the church but has announced that in
the future, no flow-era would lie admit led
into any Catholic cetnetery over which
he has any jurisdiction.
Some time ago Dr. Shanley started a
campaign in his tarish against Ihe lavish
display of flowera at Catholic funerals.
He took Ihe ground thai it waa an unnsces
sary expenditure and resulted in hardship
lo many poor families of bis arittb.
No flowers were permitted in Si Peter's,
Church at funerals, but the parishionera
many of them still continued to havu
flowers at tho funeial. and to leave them
outside of t hn church during I he ceremony,
MOVE IN ETT0R TRIAL TO-DAY.
Areuapil Men'a Allurnr Will AU for
III of 1'arllcalara.
Boston, Sept 22 - To-morrow at Salem
the preliminary steps will lie taken in the,
trial or Joseph J Kttor and Arturo Ulo
vannitti, leaders in Ihe ljjwrence textile
One week from to-morrow comes the
real beginning or the Joint trial or the
two men, and with them, also on trial ror
his life, will be Joeeph Caruso, a 1 jiwrence
The move to-morrow will be before
Judge Joseph F. CJuinn of the Superior
Court, when attorneys for the accused
men will ask the Court for a bill of particu
lars in the case.
It wan learned to-day that relatives of
John itamy, Ihe youth killed by a bayonet
stab in tho back during the lwrence
strike have petitioned Gov Koss to compel
Col Hweetaer, who was in charge of the
troops at laiwrence, ot other officers to
disclose the name or I lie militiaman who
used the bayonet
The petition is accompanied by affi
davits of eye witnesses who assert there
was no disotder at the time of llamy's
killing and that he and others ran when a
procession of striker lied at the approach
DWYER MAKES SUNDAY RAID.
limn Hill Apartment In Which
1'iiurrl 11ml Himself,
Police Inspector Dwyer. lluyes'H
clirfewlng successor, has grieved the
Tenderloin again by making a raid 011
Sunday night, something almost unprec
edented In the history of raids.
Dw.ter cleaned out the apartment of
Mis Irssle Smith In the ltnbeplerre at
MO West Fiftieth sheet, between llroad- ;
mu and Flglllb ntenue,
lu hei moms on Wednesday last Jose
Ciiurel was found with 11 bullet In hint.
He hud attempted to kill hlmseir, bin
will not tui'iced.
Dw.ter mult to the manager of Hm
Itotiesplei re a list of Ihe tenants that
the Police Department didn't care to
hate stay there and told him to make
Iheni get out The manager, suld hist,
night that he hud done tills. Then
Dwycr tint a plain clothes man In front
of the door.
Mrs. Smith tvns alone lust night when
Dwycr nnd ply men nirtted tvlib 11 war
rant s.onnl In Chief Maglsltatc Mr".
Adoo. At tin police slat'on she said
her name was Mrs. Luul.a Guff. I
Kdiicnlioiuil Export Harshly
Ci'ilicises School Supor-
Dr. V. V. Itachmnn Says Flg
tircs (Jiycn of Lale Years
TALKS (H" (iKOSS KRKOK.S
lleeliires That Mnny Pupils
Wvvr Not ( oiinteil in
FIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
I .iileliottiniE . iHVMitc.ition oi pupil1.
a:Cording to Dr. Vi.ittteil and itccord
tug to iiiM'MiKiiitciii o" Dr. I r.itil P.
'Iota! tiumtvr ot pupils s. j t
Dr. .MiiVAcir tnctlioil b;i-ed on 'he
"up to lifteen" ; the tiorinal atje
limit for completing entire e!cM'ientar
coure. iwnu the "(icing in the rjMde"
IVrv ci I'upila,
L' tider ;ige r. ... u
No'tiril . ii.i. -lii 5 Mtt
Oter ;ikc- l.'Ub
Dr. Bacluni'ti's method Iw-txl on
opto hl'tccii as the council a?c Ir.itt
for completing the entire course, hut
made on age grade standard for en
tering and completing; the grade.:
Percentage, of Pupils.
I rider age l7.Si 1.171
Normal . , ' . 40.05 .1..VH
Oter age. .. U.O'i ,l,47J
The same b.ied on up to fifteen
Percentasc. ot Pupt'v
I tulerage . . 17.8j 1.4 7.1
Normal . ji.sj i.yrsi
Over age. MI..U 4 .077
That for seven years at least William H.
Mnrwell. City Superintendent or Schools,
has made incorrect reports of the progress:
of pupils through the elementary school
nf the city is the blun' declaration of
' Dr Frank I' Hachman to the commit too
on school inipiiry of ihe Hoard of Estimate
In order that the number of over agp
pupils in the various grades may appe.tr
10 bo decreasing, statistics havo been
taken of selected classes at selected times
while no account wa taken of the pupils
who. falling behind, hail been shifted to
IV Hachman. who is one of the special
ists working under Dr Paul H Hantis of
Harvard, who has charge of the inquiry,
gives raclsand figures with arguments 'lo
prove hi assertion, and these will be
taken up al once by the committee of
which John Purroy Mitchel. President,
of the Hoard of Aldermen, is chairman.
Mia Flaurea Agalusl tfaxrrrll's.
The criticism of Dr Hachman are
contained in a repoit. entitled "Over Age
und Method of Determining Over A;je
which 1 supplemental to a report recently
made on "Promotion, Non-Promotion
and Pari Time," and they go in with the
approval of Dr. Hanu, who is regarded
us the country's leading expert on public!
school systems They ue for argument
the underage, normal age and over ago
pupils in five elementary schools of the
city, where S.2I0 pupils were registered.
The school are typical and the Hrcnnt
nges are not applied lo the entire city
because there ure no figure nhtainabja
for them These reports are only a fw
of the number that are to be made Irom
time 10 time by experts.
The importance of the report may be
indicated by a statement in it thai Ihe
efficiency of a school courie and Ihe
competency of a school administration
depend necessarily upon Ihe progress
of an average pupil through the grades.
If the course is too hard, if the admin
istration or methods are not adapted
to the work the number of pupils who
will go through according to an age
schedule will bo reduced
If the number of overage pupils con
tinues lo increase that shows a defect
in the course, iut a&an increasing number
of noimal age pupils proves the worth
of a ) stem.
rlluhl tears for Normal ( hllrl.
Iii defining over age and normal n
11 may be said that the elementu ry course
of Ihe city require, say, eight 'chool yei-a
to complete. If n child starts In at siy,
the age of A eacli year up tn the age of II
will see it advanced: If it sho'ild fa I fur
any reason and remain over in a gri).
1 ji would beclaed a over age. If it hn lid
progre faster thun srjlieduld it would
Is- under Hge
Dr. Hachman himself sums up the rt-
Ht.lt of his investigation in one section
of Ihe report, afier lie ha criticised tlu
method by which Dr. Maxwell nhtn .ti!
the llgutes fot h1 reports. Il is in fnl
lows: "The City .Superintendent of ftiltfnU
by using Ihe age-grade standard for
'lieln in the grade' or the s.jveral year
und by making up bis ime grade reports
as h doe is thro'ore able to lenof for
the elementary schoo'i of I lie dtv fnvn
2.1 lo TI P" ecu '110-0 p i.'l' o' a no- n il
age and frnv l"o'7 pe-oe i' fe 1 nl
oi"" hc' t'tiit i"-" i.ro'nVy f" 1 i
Piemen ary sciioot- 01 1 ie n.-j 1,11
errors in the reported number of pupi.