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RUTH WHEELER'S SLAYER DIES IN CHAIR Women Fight in Strike Riots Against Militia Bayonets WKATIIKR sin ore ntnl leeti warmer. U I I l lll II nnr anil llrph mrmpt. EDITION. "Circulation Book Open to All." I "Circulation Books Open to All." 6DITI ON. I ' 1 r PRICE ONE CENT. 7,000 IN STRIKE RIOT MOB DEFY MILITIA Lawrence Men and Women At tack Cars With Stones and Icy Missiles. MARTIAL LAW MAY RULE. School Children Assailed, While , Police Are Powerless to Stop Violence. IAWRFNTK, Mass, Jen. fl -Polio ami aoldlerg were helplew to-day be fr,.. a ni.O, .,f 7 I.HI Hi,lln. Striker. W 1 I tuekad trolley ban, beat hundredi of workmen and resisted n bay OB at charge of Company i) of the Wirhth n.gl-ne;it. It It poaetbla that ma-tlal law may be proclaimed before night, .1 the entire tty Is In a rrlRti of t ro-. The advlni illlty of proclaiming ma-i'el liw was dle.'Ustad nt the Armory nil! le me rioting a- at Itj height, bv Mayor gogolon, Col. tMeetaer end Aldermen Cometlu. Preach of t..e 1 t illiloti of fhjblle Pafaty. ri.e pol .-'" ihe rioter- aro CArrylBg irn.s ind that ft! e fiio; were fired e, .1 n prOOOlrlon of rioters wae passing Jackson and ram 1 mon -treeta. i.rar the Rverel Mil ATTACK PASSENGERS ON TROL j LEY CARS WITH 8TONE9 AND i:E i The tumuli nu domooetmtlog began before dayl.gh. ilobn, IncluUng : a-.v women, had gathered in vera; aectloni of the oily and were IDOUtlBg thell' li- ' HUNDREDS HURT IN FIGHT fiance of the police o.-.d mllttU an 1 !rt- s .n rrfere w.ia that Gov. Wilson and of St. lieorg. on hor-ei.nfli. s.a In th. Ing tha ' Marse lalse." a lOUld eunmlt their difference t ri draa in, Th flgjre of II Og irg 1 co As day broke, the m-ji II hr.rlei them. I reggrd to the Harvey. Wilson break to'rd With rnMes. of the horen With penrl se'ves on tho '.rolley r.ira and n:tacVelja court of honor for a decision as tojand of ihe draanri with emerald.. The passengers. C.Y;nks o: 1 1 end paYtnt I whether Watterson's ver-lon corre- I pend.int htngl from a gold i haln a atone Were nuriOO inrougn tne winoows 1 of oars and through -.'lows or dwelling houses and stores A rain of mlssllee assailed the mills, smaehlns windows and doing hunflrel of dollars worth of damage. Citizens who did not erlnce sympathy with the strikers attacked and beaten by hundreds. Even th school pupils did no: eecape the freney of the liotlna s'rlliers Forty children, carrilnp hooka and luncheon, were dressed fro;u ear and cuffed auid kicked. Their lunche and books were torn from them and trampled In the afreet. The children wer- not scrl- I ouely Injured, but e-i in panic :o their 1 J.omee. j anwra r.iTl7BJI KNOCKED DOWN AND ROBBED ON STREET. Old and help:., men and women, th. majority of them not even employee! Ul ,n n.u.., "',..-" suffered evert more ae- vereiy trmi iwe . .......... wer knocked down an i deprived of their dinner pails and pockeioooks, which were scattered on the streets. Th mob elso ettacked City Marfb O Sullivan, who waa yv,rely bet ten. Oneylng the orders of Strlko T.crifr Kttor. about i'.OOO men gatoorcd In f : i-.t of strike headquarters before dYWT They spread throug It CoSMOOn and ail Jacnt streets to Intercept vorVyrrs nr. their way to the mills. Ey T o'clock Kseex street, the main thorc .ignfai e, was also packed with ai.-lkers. waiting for the trolley cars that contained the workers. The arrival of the flret group of ears waa tfv signal for a so ..-.; attaok. an dtho care were rushed and bombard ed, the pastensers dragge.1 ojt and heater. Every car that enmo along nun MObbssli JAM OF RIOTERS DEFY BAYO NETS OF MILITIA. At o'eloeh Company 1 1 of t h Kisfith Meglment was ordero.l out, under com ir.r.h.l of CdPti Trank H. RlllOtt nnd s.M-gt lIeke. with levelled bajroaeti ,. f attempted 10 clerr the ttreets, h .t the J im of rlotaff held dev. p.t t'.e menace of too bgyoitatg. Meut. Itowe of Battery i pleaded .lt!i tho riot ere t .lister... nnd told torn or t no groat uaiwer inai i reai ened tho .-!ty If tho troop, were otr.- p.iied to ihoot, The atrtlieri leer d, but pagan to move I twjy aneau 01 tne advancing goldler. Uater the order was !s. ted to fire over tlie head otf the liOten If Vloleooa COB tinned. Oompagy 0" of too Eighth Jlrejlmen: of Haverhill, stationed at the Arlington Mills, w suhjooted to a .bower of mfggUM M mob ru.he 1 neat th mills. Company H of the ' . J 'Ighth Regiment or iseivu sjiretea a tlmtlar bombardment. Kttor made an Impassioned speech ai e meeting of the etriker' oommlttee (ToBUaued on eecoad rg ten.riaht. i IMS. Iit In. I IM New BAYONETS; COL WATTERSON TO MAKE PUBLIC F Promises 2,0(X) Word State ment in Campaign Contri bution Controversy. WAS"l vTOV- 'n. ".-"I "111 W mv enil of th WllBon nffnlr In ,i L000. word statement Which I im now pre- paring and whirl. 1 will give out m- night for publication to-morrow," said Col. Henry Watteraon to-day when Mked eone mini big further purpose la Me coBtrtvry wit Oov Woodrow I n wlih '"V'rm i to the ejllrlta. tion of i-nmp.ihri rontrlbutteni for the, downer, tunn oi. Wattereon declined to tell detail.' ACTS ON WILSON 01 the nature of the statement he la : "!. erles in the l.omoe of millionaires I ep'irlng. end he warned reporters ! In the vicinity of the Morgan real nal'iat n't-vnptlng to anticipate what dfM'ee. he might t. I Dr. Davis, despite the police report, flov. Wtieon hrte deellned to aorert melete that ts.e I'oller and Oeorge of th mv fn'r prop.isal for the fo'tlemnnt of t v, Iteue, and I have decided to ina'n fina: itatemeni te the public thai they mgy : for themeelvea," added the Colonel, Th' nronotgl to which Col. Water. 4pon4efl with the fee: a. Vp to thta time CJov. Wilson has not accepted j atter"on s r naiianK. Tie ilovornor'e supporter hav been content with Duttlna out a tniemnt through William V, MoComba, tlson s campaign manager, denying that the Wilson men were delighted with Wnl tereon'e eugreetlon that Thomae Ryan l agfeOd to contrlhjt to tho Wil son fund. Th!.'; ha ral'ed a dlrtct Issue of v realty between th I'olonel and Me- (Vimhs and I 1 1 Oo'nnel la v.fv u rutli. ru. Hla fortho-.mlna amremenf m,iv h exr,cte(, tn pe fairly hot If It Is In har-1 monv with Mara. Henry, pr.s.nt tern-1 oer. Is said that thr stutemant will go to d.tell. in rgard to the Ibu w tribtttiOB stories and may bring tn Hunt Ift'ers that have passed hetweer, Wllan land Harvey since the famous Manhet- n )ntrvl.w , BARES HER LIFE IN COURT TO HELP ACQUIT BROTHER. I Jarrtfs McDermott's Sister Tells , How Man He's Charged With Kill ing Broke Up Her Home. When Jajnae MoDermott, taewnty-ifour years old, was placed on trial i fnrr Judge Vmlttr In Oeneral Heselona to-duy on a oharge of atahhlng to death I'harlea Muldom In a setoon at One ll indred and Tilrteen elreet and Ijenoa averue on Maivih 1 '.aet, the prtaotier'e atrtsr, Mre. Theresa Martin, took the etjand and swore had been the cause o a quar rel b0tWJ0Q her brother and Muldonn. The youeig woman alleged Muldonn had broken up her homo anil ah had For. to llv with him. 8 le we In tho saloon with Muldcon wlieai M. Der rr.ott oa:n In. Tag brother iBBtBAtly eaaallrd sfukkmn fer lurlna hlg eietter from her h ma, MuUoon mads an In i .iiting rejoinder, "I in enraged," declared the ygUni WOman, "I w.mt horn. Und irot a knife, I sine biuv. to Ih ggaloi n elth lltg knl.'" " "Whal did you do then.' ' aaked Mo Dermott eoungol, , Tl v,le refuae.1 to answer. I ground -nat !: anew vould Incrlmt I nate bar, mJ al I at point the oeaa w adjour ed for th.. du. 1 After the kll'l ia Of Muldoon M 'Her- WOtt llldlotad for tnai:. iter, ' Ponver, Col., where he gave r'n:e:; up lt MOVtmbar, SlisT!! ? 7. ! SSSSLJff'S' ''""'"' "" , "'' ee.-ow roorow m lli. Kall. .r.u v. .. ...... -n. . u - , s e iumn 'of 0I WM are decorated with the rt er.cn Aoeaemic i-aims. atrurk to-da because ths managre of the theatre lecllned te al( for a aeooratlon for toe in.lv baUeu The its., rat.llehlne Vork nnrMi. WHO LOST JEWEL OF GARTER, DOCTOR OR J. P. MORGAN? Police Say It Belonged to Dr. Davis He Says "Never Had Such a Thing." MORGAN JR., ROBBED. Home of Frederic Gallatin Jr. Also Entered by Thieves and 02,500 Taken. In order t explain away the report that tlllevei who entered the bOHM Of it Plerpont -Morgan Jr., last WW. stole h jewelled in-,gnt uf the Order of the liarter. the Police Department n a... pulilli- to-day the news of another ro bery. It na announced that on night or j.g u a thief itola a valuable ssortment of Jewelrv from the real. denee of Dr. John K. I lavl at No 7eri Madtaon avenue. Dr. DaVta'g residence In uptown be- I wean sixty. fourth and Sixty-fifth ttreeta, while Mr. Momn thee neat 4oor , hl. f4th.r w.tt.,,n Th1r.v...h ... u, . ' wmrmn "lrr' ' intT ,0 b" " onnectton between the robbery of the home of .r. Davis and Order Of the (la ter was not stolen from him. "Never had such a thing," he saM lhl afternoon. T.ie pendant is a gold repree-niatlon : ,,.., Inch broad Df ,)av1, lofl , r,nv,r Hf panflant set with four diamonds and a ellver watch holder. Last Wednesday night thlavea at 2,t0i) worth of leereiry from tho home of Fraderlc (iallnUn Jr.. No. 1 ?3 K.aat Thirty-ninth trt laMt Thursday night th earn thieves, or ecuiie otl.sr thleve, etolo another :,500 worth of Jewelry and money from the borne of J- erP"nv morgan jr. Th list of Mr. Morgan s loaass in eludes thrse gold wat.hn. all I Bit tailed; lwo Parl "'-'Pln. Mug enamelleJ 4ftti caa. a long gold sn.k. chain pocketboo MU of Kngllsh notag and I gold, a se.on.l poeketbook full of Kre.ii. h j notee and gold, and a third poeke'bonk 'fun of plain ua trimmed Ataerlean money. One of the watch is pcla'ly , prised by Mr. Morgan. Th loot takfti from 11, a Qallatlne' comprised a pearl ecerfplu. a diamond I knot barren, and diamond and nam- 1 -iiui .m.I hrnnnh a rtl.mfitid crfi,:i p"1"1 na oM ouff -llnkt na a pratii inu UlfllllUUU nuiwvan, w ai pln DUKE OF FIFE DIES IN UPPER EGYPT Brother-in-Law of Kinj; ( ieorpe Succumbs to Illness After Shipwreck. AMl'Ak, I'PPer Kgt pt. .tan 19 Thl Duka of rif. brother, n.law ot k Qeorg of Knftand, died tere et c o'eini 'i this evening. The Duka had boon guttering f m a severe a .'! of pleu.ii1 a hl-oi pegutted from egPOgUre when the iteuiuer Delhi was wrecked off Cape tyartel an De IS, an I phygl l". aBBOUBCOd early to- dey that there . ig grave danger of pneuinon'a. 11 lUngl were bgdlj IOB aeted and every breath caused 11 r pain re Dueheig of iife nd .r ige da ik' llergi who also wure MV d from tb a.rotlng stea.rer Delhi af'.er :hre sailors had 1 st their lives tn at' a", mpt at th rogcua etorg at tii Duke'i bed- Id. TTerle B"IMnr Turhlah flrhs. Iwsss on. ii. statu witti srivat rooiaa. at. aeC Vart fc fiS NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, First Gould Grandchild Who is Living Alone; Mrs. Anthony Drexel, Her Mother, Who Is Abroad DREXEL GIRL BABY tWSJ ' nr Tiinrr ssniiTnn - . I mnc ill I li niMF 'YIDDISH CAMORRA' DANCE HALL MAN 1.1 III 1U I llU I ILVIIb Hirst Grandchild of the George Goulds Sole Boss of Hfth Avenue Home. Mr sn.l Mrs Oeor.e On i.d's first grandehtld, Kdlth Klnaden, aged three months. Is living in sollti ry etate In . the home of her parentg, Mr. and Mis Anthony Dre. No. i,nr, Klfth avenue, Mr and M- Hrexe) ire away on a few weeks' t lr of BJUfOpe. Tne b:iby ! le In the hands of a trained nurse ! flh doe got seem to mind her tein I porry ort-lnnsg. fih ehuckles god elp JtLStt as contentedly as though her mother were In the neat room In. stead of across the OOOBB. The nurss wlio has eharae of her has been with I her from her hlrili and knows exact!', how to take care of her Utile Kdlth Is e aood ha by plumper than th or dinary. No fad Of new Idea ore '.elne IMed In bringing her up. She Is treated Just like most b ablet Of thre.. tnontlis are I Th" Burge elmply s th.t everything ' that togcheg her I eterllljd, or. If that lis iBtpOggtblOi kept J.isi as clean na pot. Ible Kdlth l fed every three hours 1 nd k!'l mueb of Ihe time In the open lair. A ro.ialn of Mr. lrl la llvli.r. at ! the houss during th alise.iee o' .Mr an I 'Mrs DregOli but she haa BOthlBN le d With the .am of the bty, The , i nurse Is In la OOUtmafl I. The flo. mis' tire: grandchild ' , born on t II ; She wgfl neWned after her gtandmothe . Mre tles.i lie ild. Almogt up to the time aba i r t ror Europe Mi i ti - m rjorle UuuUi r.uraefl the baby ..eiheli Bui ihe be came gill HI) iuii gown In MOgttb Hill tecldei t, lea , the Cl ' for a hort I trip, ami what was mora natural oi pleasant I h I '. Kurope T I Oolt.g to Hum;. In nothing in par ticular 'or IIIO li-.uld lin e ! They do I ai BOM haUuitl . ntoal nf ut go 1 1 lafooglyn, Hum or tour. hav ,ii. i made luelr hoi abroad i ar.d mtniw.-a of Um t" famillag hav been oroaaing oonetantly In the laat ! t vears W ae en;, othel and 10 gtttntl each otlin w .Riding.. when Anthony irex n man led m Misi Margrrl" Uould. lis mOtkgf id (CtniiBufd og Hicand I'agi.j v w . 'jKsTJBUaWfaUaKRF' gaV aW m '-'JE? " awaaa.V-wW. PJ SUYS WITNESS IN Louis Bluifienthal, WhoDefie; Horse Poisoners, Shot as 1 le Discusses Case. A rotidlilot. alntllar to that wh pr--valla in UWa Italy and prevents nsi folk from lolling the poll e whal Hie. know about Black Hand criminal hai tle.1 the hends of the detect I vei ,., are laotlgaUng the murder or i4il Blumegtkgl la a Dlvlalon etreei livery (able lusi lllgbl Although half ado:.., people saw the man who aimi Ulume.i thai down .not one will admit hi I I Identify the murderei 11 la plain tn aiaaslln la a membgi , of Ih "Yiddish C'atnorrs," an ".'an istion of blgokmallara lhal hgg bean ! at worn on th lower sail side ind In Wllllamgburg for the paei n Th.a gang pret a on egpre men and livery atahi kaeperg, and, wb n thee refuse to yield big kmall, l OI t.ie horses, Blumentkal had rerun i to pa biacl , mall and hud nil slid the lid ol lb pu I lice, II wa t' have I i hief orua. eimng art noes iMlaj in ib trial uf Oharlea Vltuoky, ohg geil I i ittempted gtai kmall The a la ud ibi in t ., .01 or to dototftlveg lhal litumentUal .i lalu to in , en: his tell ' und alio as a framing 10 alh ihu nlggi n lempiad to follnw Blum nbal'a example, ,s tu :ii" Vltuak) iiiii. ibi murder f Bluntgnthgl hai brought 11 to a bait. When tbg OBI wa 1 led tefore Jul. UuUtuean In Ueneral Aselatunt Dlltrlot-Atturiie) tor adiournmam until I h 'Th principal arlli 11 ; eution ha boen killed, ' 'and we ire not prep 1 1 tne Oil " Iv. Henry ftoeeberg, ituakj , luede 110 Dbjai I u ' irnnient Judge M . HIS t i-.l.i re..s asked tni pro.e. Mi Paeag, ia on 1 1 la nisei f,,: 10 an ag 11 grant' d Mr i'.-ess motion It doubtful it vituaki an be egg. pjdttd eJlthOttt the evident of Hl ine:,. thai The Dlgtrtft.Altorney may n tCvuunutd ut. av... i rg t TRIAL OF MEMBER 1912 14 i TURKEY TROTS TO Sentenced to six Months as Result ff Unseemly Dances in His place. 1 is ' I es Deuel, liny and M -liurn! . - 1: in Pari V "f tn Court of Ppe. sessions, fr ddgd to-dsy Ihsl ths : ,rae', trot, errlr.' v tear, hlgger wiggle. bunny hug smi kindred daBoeg are in t scent und oba ena method! or ntw- I nmuiit, ."ei I'onvloted Waiii w riwfr proprtetoi of a dan e hall at ill Went ThlrU-ftrot eireet. of n alnlni a disorderly 'sort. Foi a ;r : t .e uonvK'tlon. Kweny wa Ittenced to er-e x month In th . o.lteiiilarv. T evidence before noun dealt oluilvely with the manner and form of lancing In Hen' resort, ahleh :. iaef th I Rh V. M. Club, A lot the defendant offered te in' "turbo) not' and 'grlaaly Mai III 'lie ouit-ro m, b it the J n 11 e would no' coneeni to the exnltiltlnn. ,vni .i arrested by Patrolmen 1 if t i y and Walsh ef Inipeetof Leahy's e' ' . ftgr lhay had epen! moat of an . . ting In ' 1O1 pli '' ntartalnmani When fweene.. graa irralgned tr u? t e eaurt.room waa crowded with ru 1 ehI a'oinon of the type referred lo in !i. Tenggrinln . "dollg1' There ea atao an grrait 01 wltnggiai to gwoagi in ilefenda.'it'g behalf, the lienors i,.a 1 .i. .!. inlulged in were ,., entirely noi und i r IhOJ hour. a' i. l to ihe ... lis lif Itr eliy'e .Ills!' rg .- I I . .iff' .1. 1 ha nral wltnegg for .....r.'.i", twore he tad taught 'he al , ind -e. m daneep t ihe so ally li i gfai ggalatgni manggei of uie Baeenei danci hall at ihe time of .-. . ney'a irrt After picturing tu ... r 111 of the) grlgl ....a r nnd i nigger wiggle nisTord addtted ihe thrge Juitldgn K ihe fJoUTI wants, I'll til utrat I ii.c.-s 1 Igiit baft In t ie courtroom tad i' ova ' tare li nothing affonalvg in mem My gggg ng 1 art . - s ,t In the eerrtdor," In UUT J .. . tl diulutit Ibi afloi THE PENITENTI ARY PAGES WOLTER DIES IN CHI DECLARING HE DIDN'T KILL RUTH WHEELER Slayer of Young Girl Displays the Same Brazen Spirit at Long- Delayed Execution That He Evinced When Found Guilty. IN LETTER TO PUBLIC AGAIN DENIES CRIME. Brutal Young Murderer "Dean of Death House," Having Been There 22 Months Fighting for Life. iSpeelal From a StalT CorTOBPOnlent Of Th Hvanlng World) OSSININOi Jan. 2.n. rrntesiing his innucence to the last, Albert W. WoKer was electrocuted in Sltlf Sin Prison tliis moMiins for the murder of Ruth VVheelfr. He was one of the nioct uiKoncenied men that ever went to the death a t I f l. A l. ..II l iL. I .1 t. .e a a iCf,a!r. lie waigea iirmiv irom ins d:e showed a little more than its usual pallor. He entered thj death chamber Strapped In the chair. At the current was turned 00, the contact lasting one minute and three igconds. Only one appliation was neces jsary, and at 5.41 Wolter was prqnounced dead. Sheriff Jullui Harlur;er, who examination thought he could delect signs of life. The doctors made 1 another examination, however, and again declared Wolter dead. The one shock given Wolter w; 1,960 volts at from seven to nine amperes. He showed less resistance to the shixk tlian an; man wiao has been put to death In sing Sm. SUBWAY OFFER IS PUT IN AT UST It's Just I -ike the One hre nvt in. The Evening World. a a lltlls tt'ore half pa! I i ids ariernoo.ii ih lotafttorough Bapld Tranetl I'.wvpaiiv plai 'd In the hand of g, J OoqgtPi r'-etry t" V ' Presl dni stanvuei He of rh I'entieylvanla Itallrosri, ttis tent I'lee orT-r of il," on psny to aanelrarl th new ain..s sys tem, The term Of tie "fTr were gl tl louse whb'h have been Indl.'at' d in Th yiventna tvorld f-.r more than 1 weeh a sWeHMfB e.i . i on thlch thl is tO g'latviii.e .1 : referent 'il P' inent" nf 1 ',. -r Mr Cgejntp was I'd to IhOW ,f'' dr:i ,ght nf th off-r to tne Hug . ,,; Met. mat., and Agportloninen and th Publle Hervlee fomm ii ind if a giajority of them approved t ie nordtng of t the draught win -.ion tite.i ai the gnal ana formal bid of Iht Inter, no rough. BLAZE IN MEvV BUILDING. iiwer Broadway rti I wer . brh f infill ahurily before ... k Ihli gfti rnoen . ; i. report that th Aetoi House aua on tt Th ag arnng A gtot ' In an n osu Used by a lUnekeepet on i .... t floor "f the W'H'.ao tit v itidln . ... r .-r oonetrui : Broadwu) and Parg plara, e' i tu lilt Iworti With th. trtuval of .ilglna No U . crowd of goveral hUBd red persons guth ered a'oind the ' llkllgg and the I'"'. had to nia' .1, '...ict 10 keep ibi itreel gajgg. Toe ri.'i"iee weie eaiutguis ted wilhuut tan :.. ...t.i gu n, inw aUUgg. OF INTERBOROUGH PRICE ONE CENT. ecu iu tuc uciin cnamoer, 111 .urn ins at S.J7, and on minute later was hid wiinescd tlvr execution, after an W As Wolter stsrted for th death ehasa , ber be handed Warden Kennedy e ' statement to rh public." gated Jan. g). : a. M. It was written an. ordinal. prison paper In a nrm band that OU ! net betray r nor I Wolter aroe at 4 o'clo-k thta merelng I Without being railed tie waahad hi I faie In eold water, but did laot deatr , anything t eat SHOUT8 "QOOOvBV TO OTHER DEATH-HOUSa. TENANTS. 11 Ursd hastily without Us asalat laeg of any of th attendant, and wa alth his spiritual adviser, th Rev. gJL g. , BuernMygfj for lome time before ! I lied by Warden Kennedy that every tiling was ready. As the p:neselon te th death cham ber started. Wolter shout to th other prisoners In th deatniouee: "Uood-by to yuu all. boya. Oood.by." A usual at caecuUoa ha the prleon Wolter had been ehlfted to a eoil near the door leading Into tn death cham ber. Then before th death manna, k. I gun s Teens were drawn to front of all the Other tell so that none eoald aae I him on that ,at walk. Bat lhay ooaM 1 near Ms "good-by." I Wolter Walked between th prlaelpa. keeper and the llv. Muermeyer, who wai reading ( ,e Uennaa Lutheraa I i--. fo- the dying. Welter replied In Uermai He ,-, .g. nrmly and clearly. It Ig not known If the body le lo be la mod, Warden Kennedy wUl hold I: airs In th xtetatioa that th fa nil) lll rerun for It. It Wag When the atari waa mad that Wnlter handed Ihe written eiatement to iVardej and ad i.iaa to snake II il . at be aid iiutoiietiy alter in egaoutl hi. bed fop th paper last -i a. Th writing I ai it" In it pei faction. Ivlear a'.lit after I i. I i. en read that Wol t oonfi led to bin privately. li 'i bint to Ihe em; mat ill- Wa. igOgggfl tlao, on ihe d i mad BtM'd pa rente lerdg) to aay good-by. Wnltei liol il '..a Ofl I'll hand and 111, and With I HfteJ hand end t'l i , yi gwere le Ml motnr taat he U i not eon i Ike gfliug ior wnlen h died to-da. HHVjiCIANS END DOUBTS OP THE SHERIFF. M Itoy'a latoultoa na tb eeeone wltnesaed by .-..-irt Harburgee re cently, He hid alwaya deubteg that In electrocution the aleotfll ahoek I. hut ou wttnsselag au eaeoution recent!: a as oiivlnoed net only Mat giskiiuiiy a.Uci uitiaotly, but .