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PASTOR, BUYING POISON, SPOKE OF WEDDING
$10,000 WORLD SERIES SGANDM. BREWING
WBATIIEn Probntilr fair fo-nlajht and lalnrilnr.
W i: 4 I Mi ll Pr..l.nl.l fnlr t.i-nlejtil nml lain r1 n y.
PRICE ONE CENT.
BALLPLAYERS SCENT SCANDAL
IN SALE OF MOVING PICTURE
RIGHTS FOR WORLD'S SERIES
National Commission Makes
Arrangements Without Con
sulting Giants or Athletics.
$10,(ioo IS THE PRICE.
Players Get Little Satisfaction
in Effort to Find W ho
( lets the Money.
'Speriil la Tit- lr.rtUn W-tW.i
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct, 10 A
fresh scandal In the world's set lea ll on
the Vfrite of broakln I, unl but for the
fact that the National CoHMBlMlon
dropped into Ph II I'lfiiv 1 1 for minute
an thc;i made a hurried rotre-it f If
Naw Tork it would probably have n
brought to ii iu ad to-day.
Thf National ConMnlMlon has sold (ha
Viovlng picture rlithta to the 11h games,
amd the players wun! to know who la
going to nt the money. Christy Math
ewaon, Irry Ijyle and other New
York plave.-a had a conference with
Harry Davie, captain of the Athletics,
to-day. mid It la likely that who ,1-flr-lte
action will he taken In the mutter
before the next game In played.
The thin wax brought forcibly to the
attention of the players to-day when
MlHnr ateOfaw and Manager .Mark
received Inotructtoitl from the National
Commission to nil i the moving picture
men to tak.- whatever picturil they
wanted prior t) the games when Hid
teama are pro dicing. It waa atated In
the utter that ti.a contract between the
Coramlealon and the picture men atip
ulated ha I the pi I) ri ntual Pat for the
PI, I til es.
Tliia letter waa In Lhe nature of def
inite Lnitruciloni and not a roqueat.
PRIVILEGE IS COOD FOR $10,000
atoOre w, ,,n behalf of the playera,
u-ie.t to got hom.. definite Information
on the lubjeoi f:oai tho Contraiaaion,
but whit nit wa unaatlefaotory,
The Atbletlca and the Qianti win now
gad, togethei aioi try and bring the mat.
ter to a bead.
It la undetvt aid it it the rlghta were
aoid for 110,000 and the playera declare
the fall i" tea whj ihej shouldn't oome
In for a aha re of this money.
The nomberf of tha National i'nni
masslone hurried '..a 'I. to New York
after officially calling off to-duy'a name
and could not tie reached personally.
It may oe thai they are working In
the Inlcreat of the playera. but none
of the athletes ran net head or tall
of the matter. They want to know
the why and wherefore.
The Olnnta stole a march on the Ath
letlce this afternoon and got hi an hour
of good practice while the Amerb 'an
League ohampbni:' v err trying to get
their groun la In order for a game to
morrow. M i Irak, through the COUrtOfly
of Mannger Dootn 0 the PhllllM, go'
the National la ague I'mlt and all of
the playera were ordered to be In uni
form at : o'clock. McQraw.ii ifrnid
the team might go stale under the long
reat and he Is taking no chain , s. The
(Hants went out to the Phlllj park nnd
though the grOUlK Was wet ami soggy
they had u good ohance to limber tlo-iM-aelvea
up and get their eye on the ball.
MATH EW SON WILL PITCH TO-
It Is certain now that Uathewaon will
pitch the next game for the Otantl If
tha weatb-T oleafl Oft so ihit It ran ba
played to-morrow. The National 'om
inlsslnn hail a strong Inclination to call
all games off until Monday, hut at toe
request of the players It was decided to
play If possible to-morrow so that the
players could get the benefit of the re
reeelpts from the big Saturday crowd.
Tide will he tha list game in which the
playera get a share of the gale money
After four have bean played I lie reat 0(
the money gors to tin- club! and the
The Idea of allowing the plavers a
hare o! four games only was to prevent
the possibility of them purposely string
ing .out the series for t ie full seven
Trad Bnodgras walked smilingly into
the Hotel Mk'i i , i is morning ami no t
an Army of repo-tcr who had been up
all night to as Certain If he had been
ehat as reported. Snodgraas declared
he went to New York to say good-
Crjrlht, 1911, bj
Co. tThe Mew
IS AGAIN POSTPONED.
The fourth game of the Worl I'g
Series betw.cn the (Hants and Ath
lon a was again postponed to-day
on a count of rain and vet grounds.
If the weather clears sufficiently t ie
game will be played to-morrow in
Philadelphia, This la the first time
In the hlatory of poat aglOII i-iunes
that three pnrtponements have ever
been necessary. The enforced Idle
ness elves the team., and iartlru
larly the pitchers, much needed rest.
It may mean that Matty will go In
and pitch to-morrow.
Quits the Meeting Room, but
Returns When a Quorum
Is on Hand.
"I've walled thrre-qiiartera of an
hour for the rest of them to appear,
and I dott'l pro, use to wait a minute
longer. said .Mayor tlaynor to-dav.
after responding to a tall Tor a meet
ing of the Board of Bitl naita at whloh
departmental estimates were to be dis
nssed. "I noticed," added the Mayor, as he
grabbed hla high hat, "that they were
out late last n.ghl and tool; o caglon
to abuse me some of them at least.
I won't stay her-. I have something
more Important to occupy my time."
Whereat the Mayor walked oul of the
old Common Council Chsnrbar with a
Bra grip on the brim of his hat and
hurried to his private offiot,
Borough Prealdenl Mean of Brook
lyn was the only other member of the
Hoard to show up. When bo appeared
the Mayor pig nod his high hat on the
desk opposite hla seat an I regarded It
carefully for a few minutes. Then he
tinned to Mr. Steers and asked Mm If
his watch was In running order,
Comptroller Prondergaat and Presi
dent Ultohol arrived sho.-tly after the
departure of the Mayor. They sign -Bad
thai they would wait until a
quorum was praaant before proca d ue
laist night at Carnegie Mall Comp
troller I'rendergast. Prealdenl Mill o .l
and Borough Pfagldoni licAneny ad
dressed a large Fusion gathering Bach
official took occasion to criticise tlo
Hut the Miyor did not remain awa)
when Informed that the Comptroller
and Presidents Connolly and Cromwell
had arrived, lie returned to the board
room and took his seat as presiding
offioer. lie nodded to the Comptroller,
who said "flood morning Mr. Mayor."
lr. Abrahatn Kurn startel to oppose
the proposed Increase of salary for city
"oh! You Bo not have to refer 10
thai." said the Mayor. "We hue ,il
ready disposed of It, and It has all boon
published In the new an ipers."
"Oh," reto.ted Dr. Korn. "I do not
believe everything i aae publlahed In
I the newspapers "
"You are unite right t Here, doctor,"
Interrupted the Mayor. "The news
"Ah. doctor," Interpolate 1 Comptroller
Prenderfaat "You certainly struck a
sympathetic cord there."
The Mayor said nothing.
by to his mothet
who is leaving for
Se'i-etary Hruee of the National
Commlaalon, agio this afternoon that
it i true that the commlaalon ns a
moving picture i ontpgni pormiialon tu
t ,ke pictures Of t. e world's seller
lie said the ruiialderallon was tl.'jsi.
which was all to go to the rommlsslon
The p gyeri did not ngure ar all, he
sanl, and were not inatrn -e-i to go
through anv spe oil evolutlnrs for lie
Ibrnefll of the picture men. Bruce sai l
hi understisld SpUIS of the placers were
dlugrunted over this contract, bat that
be could not see where they ha I cause,
for they never figured In the negotia
tions. World HullrtiDa Turkish Hatha,
always ui linth tilth Liruata r,.-ms. SI
Kerb" and manicure Lbiropoaiel la a.
aa rara mw.
GAYNOR IN A HUFF
AT LONG WAIT FOR
I "Circulation Books Open to All."
The I'rete I'ukUshlaa
Church Member Sleuth Who
Spied on Dr. Shaw May
ADVISED" IN PARK.
Brooklyn Minister Insists on
Exoneration With His
Out of a scandal In the Memorial ltap
:1st Cburch, In Brooklyn, cornea a story
of a man w ho got dire revenge, after
twenty yeara, on a girl who gave him
Aa a result the Itev. Dr. B. B. ."haw
has resigned from the pastorate of the
church, conditioning II on an absolute
exoneration from all charges. Miss
Clara King, a stenographer of mature
age, vehemently denies that there was
anything wrong In a two-hour stroll she
took through Prospect Park with the
pastor after Sunday niirht services, six
The I-ong Island Bajjtlgt Aasorlatlon
of sev ntv-thrce ehurcnes has passed a
resolution to remove the trustees and
deacons of the church for fomenting un
necessary scandals. Inasmuch as nine
ministers have resigned In nineteen
years and the last six on account of
stories about women In tha congrega
tions. CHERISHES I-F.UO AGAINST "RED
HEAD," TWENTY YEARS OLD.
A If ml l-'luhr and Benjamin Miller,
members of the congregation, said they
trailed the pa-tor and Miss King
tlirmifth 'he nark and saw lots of thlnga.
Arthur KJuhr l brother f Qaorga
Plunr, who is aoouaetd by the pgator
and hla friends Of Itlrrlng up moat of
the aquabblai of the ohuron, Oaorga
Irtuhl mother and Ids wife. Paunle,
told an Bvonlng World war correepon-
dent. on the steps of their home, No.
M Eighteenth at reat, urooaiyn, ahout
"Twenty yeurs agio," snid tha mother,
when QaOTge was from eighteen to
twenty-two eai'H old. we lived right
loss lhe ItreOt flam t.he 'lt-d Head.'
Oaorga soft on bar, out she
wouldn't have aim. Sae couldn't have
got him, anyway, after ' on me to know
about It. No red heada In this family."
Do you think" began the reporter.
Think." Interrupted the younger
Mrs PlUhr, "Thing nothing"' gna
brandished a tack hummer Sign III anlly.
k i thought Oaorga hid am no'i,,ns
about thin Ited Me hi In ills brain :o-
day, I'd 'ap them out of him "
The minister and nil wife srnut the
charges gfrgi BkaW says that she
wants her huaband to get out of the
ministry and hack Into the shoe factory
butlneai which Is fit for a decent man
to be in. And the ministry In Itrook
lyn, she says emphatically, la not.
Mr. Shaw I as explained to all whom
It may concern that Mlsa King, who had
left the OhUroh, waa brought bark Into
the fold by hint, at tie- re meat of a
woman- who had moved away from
Brooklyn, It wr.a true that she wen'
with bin to the chUTOh picnic; so, he
added, did Big elKhteen-year-old
ADVISED HEM ON PROSPECT
PARK BE." CH.
It was true that, on gC OUnl if Miss
King's dltll liltlea with her lamlly, he
did walk noma wMi )"". acroaa the
park, givlnit her paatoral advlc, also,
did III With bar on a inrk bench ..Mr.
Shaw sild he saw Allied Kluhr and
Banjamln Millar following them ami
saw them s- outing around the hen til,
with thgir hats pulled OVar the.r fares.
He s.i'.s hg -' e Stood at tho door g
Miss King! boarding houai and uikiu
with her, aft"' trey r-a ..e,l .oine, and
that the Boor was always open and
persons were going In and out, He
-aid he could not take the woman to
hla own hoaie. bevaugn his wife was
away and his dgUJ Iff was out.
M as King lells .be story of the atfOil
In the same wav, except that Forrest me
walked part wav, with the n and thai
Pastor Kbaw did not even go op the
stepa of tier board'ng h-iusft when he
-'epH ot re;- board'ng
igld good night to bar,
Tha pastor aays he is going to do
aoQMthlng about it. il the promised let -ter
of exoneration does got come to
him. lii Ii he luai-'id ipon with the
acceptance of his resignation, again II
a eofijfi'ega t .otial vole of M to 111. He
also says that the Kluhr family h is
started gtorlgg that he at lifted Ibg ballot
boa at Uie lueelogu
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911.
IN TI10F NEED
Bradley Martin Jr. Tells How
Man Accused of Misusing
TRIAL GOES ON AGAIN.
Elected Vice-President of Car
negie Trust, Banker Re
signed Next Day.
Bradley Martin Jr. who as an ofher
of the Nineteenth Ward Hank and thS
Van Norden Trust Company authorised
Big loan of 1140,000 to the Catnegb.
Trust Company as trustee, the conver
sion of which Is the charge against
Wtlllam J. Cummin on trial In Justice
I'avls'a part of the Supreme Court con
cluded Ids direct examination Uie to
day. It" ended Ids testimony by stating
tliat on one occasion Cummins told him
the elder Van Norden had agreed to
keep a certain sum of money In the
Carnegie Trust Company anil rebuked
Mm for withdrawing this dMpOJit. tMfV
Martin added that he Informed t tim.
Bring he did not propose to be bound by
any agreement existing between him
nnd Van Norden.
Another time be told Cummins that
so far ns the Nineteenth Wa:a llanlf
was concerned, he felt he was deposit
ing all that he cared to do In the Car
negie Trust Company.
lie told of being elected Vl -e-Preal-danl
of the Carnegie Trust Company
at a meeting held In the suite of Wil
liam J. Cumnting In the Holland House
Jan. 30, 1910. He never served and gonl
his resignation Ine following day. This
achievement seam ad to plesre Mr. Mar
tin, for he laugnod.
WAS WAITING IN NEXT ROOM
Mr. Stentr wanted to know If Mr,
Martin waan t In lhe next room wait
ing to lie elected a vlcevpreatdent an
he admitted he was. He then asked If
Mat-tin had not received a letter from
tha iiiiiKing Department, warning
them to pa v up some unsecured loans
or close up.
K). Dkl you meet Mr. Cummins before
the thirty days had expired" A Mo, sir
i AVhere did you meet him for the
flint lime" A. At the Van Nni b-.i
Trust Conkpany, ,
Q, Wag that before a routraol Waa
entered nio between c. '. IH klnson
and the Van Nordens'.' A. Mo, air
Q. W.ic.. del you see t .at rontia t
MMf A. I saw the Olcklnton copy In
Jordan Rolllng'g Office.
y. Who la Mr. tollUM1 A The per
aonal eounoal of Mr Cummii I
Q, You didn't say be was a! 00 the per
sonal oounaal of the Banking Depart
Rll at, too, did you? A. No, s
J. Do you know that Mr Rolling was
also tin- personal ,-.,iiii-,-1 ,,r c .-n li w .
lama, the Hanking Buparintondant?
Not tho personal counaol, I k, bin
some aort of oounaal,
MARTIN ADMITS "DUMMY
LOANS" IN VAN NORDEN BANK.
After witness had confessed, ,. u
tuntl.v, that "dummy loans" had be 111
found In tl.e Ven Norden Company
th spring of 1100, Mr. Struver aslud
"idd no. Cummlni save hg Van Nc
dan from being ologad by ttie Banking
1 " part mrul'.' '
Mr. Marllo Ulglotad thai be tell of
'iiiiimiii'i entry Into lha Van Kordena'
(Inanoggi it) his own wgy.
"You see." laid Mr. Martin, "tha Bu
le'lntendeiit of lianas wrote u a lett r
saying lhat unles these "dummy
logng" Were rs'.'osl insble of thirty
days, the hank would he logod, In
o.dcr to do ibis the Van K rdens bad to
raise money for 1t, and. In order to
get the gnonoy, it wgg nai'oaagry t
sell the contract of the Company ' s
- o k and lyndiaglOi headed by C, S
' ii kinagn "
wBo thero were 'dummy loans' and
rregularltleo in tht Van Nordon Truai
Company before Cummlni inured
And a condition Incidental to the m a
if the atock to the fummlna' group,
was that the dummy loans' ba adpad
out at unre?"
"And Mr. Cu mnlns saved tin- Trust
Company from closing Its doors by fur.
n! dug the m oiey it needed T"
"That la correal."
FOR RACING RESULTS AND
TRiES BEE PAGE 4.
MURDER OF BOSTON GIRL
CHARGED TO MINISTER
RABIES Kill BOY
DOG ATTACKED HIM
iNine-'ear-c )ld Charles Ryder
Cu 4 I. ..ill. T-klnn l Al. .
OllUVILIll 1 aM.ll . ' J v l Xllcl
Going i" Church.
Char.es M. Ryder, thl BlgO.yagr.gld
son of diaries llyder. of N HI Ouarg.
lev sireel, I! klvn. do I 'o-day of hy-
drop . oh! a i. a w.eks :: ar he was bit
ten by a dog whb ii w II not known to
have rabies. Tow 001 was taBgfl til
only last Sunday Ills phyilelgg did
not learn w at the tro. .!,. wis until
j.st.iday and at on e suit fir a ape
iallst of t-'e PggtgUf Inatil It! who ar
rived n hour after the Ullll fellow
fog bOi waa MUM 08 itll US
: . aW WOmrS" "B X
! REV. CLARENCE V. T. RICHESON.
" Circulation Books Open to
oiv the knee. The .b.g was In ttie
d of lie home of Ida sister, Mrs
I rial Wataoa, at Baronne, on Aug
Dr. Connoll) or tbi Bayonne Board
Of Health was called and m .de .in eg
gmlnatlofi of iha wodndi ami all i tn
spactad the Bob. In ii opinion the
flog wus merely vloloui and ti t mad
I'or a1 ncml safe':, h I We fir, hi Con-
i.oiiy cgutarigax) tha wounds, Thai wog
hialed and in.- bay iuffere.1 nn .neon
lenllfico until 'tie begin
sharp pain i iu I I I
Ihvll b" w aa re.
s indg He
.-. a ma ataMlty -
Ti.ir eag no g II ng for his oofl.
dltlon until his ph: ulun. Ur. Albert
. lark, of No. IU" Na: j i i aveniu', 1...mo.i
of tae dog bltoa,
VANDERRILT WINS A RACE.
M a WOKB i. Wi i Thl, r'l an '. on
30 -Tie Prli Perth "t H.0U1, dlgtance
uni m l.- fun: ... I i. .It fin ionga was
run In i" to-d.ii and won by W illiam l
Van. b bin s Uahun in iha Prig Be
Lasteura, a hand' p tor ll.i.m, dlstan -e
ore. mill. Krank
flnlah' d i"' oid
I Hnild I Jirretler
$12 MEN'S FALL SUITS. $5.95
1 1 1 1 .ion' ' iui ung oi uar, i in.a i
I way, tor, I la relay Hi . opp, Pual rf I .
sell lo uay ami .-.it iru.iy ., ) y
1 1.11 Suits .11 i i ivercos 1 1, line
!..i..ri, lanvy nr;i'. on;:, an.l Iik
mixed woretudi, ml six. a. llngli r
I double broaalad worth III it, any other
i itori i Ui ipeclal prloa to-day an i Hat-
urday, tt.H. Oym, get. t.igi.t .ui 10.
Rev. Clarence V. T. Richeson Is
Arrested at Home of His Fiancee
as Slayer of Miss Avis Linnell,
Whom He Also Courted.
ON DAY HE
Minister as He Bought Poison Asked
the Druggist to His Wedding
Silent on Charge.
(Hpe rial to The Kvenlng World )
IU ST( ), id, jo. As calm and unruffled as if he were in his
own pulpit Rev. i Iiretk-e Virgil Thompson Rfcfteion, pastor of the lm
nunuel liaptist Church ot Cambridglr, strolled into his cell in the Charles
Street Jail today alter pttttng tlumiKh an extraorJinarv ordeal of arrest
mi a churpc of BOComplishlltg the murder of his discarded sweetheart
Avis l.innell, upon the eve of hi wedding to a Hrookline heiress.
The slupendoUaly Ctlrrt shepherd of an aristocratic Cjmhridge flock
waived a readlr) of the complaint atrainst him, which sets forth that he
furnished a mortal dose of cyanide of potassium fo the little Myannis
choir singer, vvc heart he had won while pastor of the Myannis Baptist
Church. Mis hearing; in court lasted just three minutes, whereuport he
vt committed t" (all to iwall a rigrralfnment on Oct. Si, the day that
ad been set tor his marriage to Violet Edmonds, worth 52So,ooo in her
wn righl and heir to her father's great fortune.
I he sensational arrest of the young clergyman in the Moses G. Ed-
iiioiui mansion at Drouniinc conrpiviei
n r, who on the day Avis Linnell
. . Building, had sent out almost ,i thousand imitations for the wedding.
a warrant charging wilful murdei wt$ sworn out against Rev. Riehe
lon soon after his arrest and he was immediately arraigned before Judge
Murray in the Municipal Court.
BVYJSG fOlSON 111. TALKED OF WEDDING.
Probably the nont longgtloBgJ rttrtlation in n rme bristUBaj witti aenia-
Hons Is turnlBheil In the New Ion Cetilrc druggist who sold Hip Rev Riche
son n packet of rvnnlde of potassium u few houra befure the deaih of Mlaa
' I BBS liuvliig thin for g dog " lhe clergynnin la nlleged to hive nld as
calmly and BtJMMll us If he were purcbgglBB B pOBtagB hi amp. Thtn, nflar
a IIHIe chut with the drugylat, he Invlled bin to intend hla gfOddlna to Mlas
The Rlchewni-K Irnondt we lding wan s-hoduloj to tik? place In tbn
First Haiitlsf Church a' Newton f'entro. within full view of the drug store
In which tha young p&ator pun-turned thu dcaliy cyunl le.
The popular Canbrittaja patr waa grrggtad In the Hrookline nanglon
of Mohiw il IvItnondH. father of nil hotrothoil. The arroat followed the
diic(iv."'v lliat a Newton C'-irre ..rmtglHl ha 1 soil rvanlde to Rev Rlrhenon
four or live tiiairi bofore Avla LlBBOll took tho faint drug In the bedded'
tha' I Wgg a ns4lalDB that WOUld bring BbMI nn Important pbyolcal
ha i " In bar III bIdmI iVorj BbaWB the ciute H one of tbc moat aengsV
i tonal isilmn Otygi Tie In tin- hlatory of fbg conniiotiwealt h.
The accmed pastor was cool aud composed as he walked from the homo at
gig nances a prisoner. He faced a throng of curious pereona without a atgn of
amotion, anil whan a battery of cameras were levelled at htm by photographers
ne never winced, but walked with calm fave aad eaey stride la the custody of
t le police.
i lit ill- WASTED l OJgON FOB DOG.
Tba Ugunl formalltlgg of "aookltig" tho man arreate were deferred at
Police Hiadquaxtara pending tba bwuBBoa of a warrant. Mr ItlfhaaoB waa
i. a , ,i. :it il 'in' I la! 'i lira a anting of tba court from wbdeb
tan (iinirpd doounani might ba obtatBBd.
Afiai arrlvina at aaadquartara Doputr iuparlnUndaat Wattd revaalod
the Infot nali i i i blcb tbt arraof was :ai.. Ha racalyad word, he aid
formal B tie Rapraaentatlva Bllaa R Bishop, a lawyer
of V. 'ii'ii the William Habn, a drugaiSl of Newton tVutre, had aold
ran Ida of potaaslum to tba ailnlator, sbom he know well, on the nlgbt
of Oct 10.
Daputjf S pa l it tafl Ian I Waits hiumoif at once Interviewed tho drua
w .... a' sordini to tha poMoa odhlal, tolU the (oUowinf story of the al
"Bo Mr H' lies'. n w'aotn I know well, came to my itore on t lie ulfbt
oi, Oct, l'1 BDd toll me hat a tTOUblaaome dog which he dealrej to got
ii tba eaalasl way po llbla I HUggeato.1 thai ho chloroform the dog.
a r Mr Rkbaoon aald ba did not like tba amoll of the drug i then aug-
l cj Hilda ' i pOteVWlUfll and put aooagh In an oen vial to kill three
I,..;, i warnoti i . mlnlatar to to- caraful how he haudied the pouaaium
an I to lie.-, t oy the vial aftf lie had killed the dog.
TALKED oi ms WEDDING
Mi Rlohai n ba 1 aont me an Invitation to hi w id lug with Mlaa
Rrtiuontlx, and before he left the store he told me not to forgot to CO nam
WAS TO WED.
DvcTwneimN nis nancee ina ner
died in agony at the Boston Y. VV.
TU mluli'.ur alisj roqieoted iuo to keap the aalo ot tba cyaalda oi