HALL MURDER SUSPECT
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VOL. LXIII. NO. 22,175 DAILY.
Copyright (Nr York World) b; FrcM
t'ubliahlna CMiipaar, 1021.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 1922.
F.nltrvd in Srrond-fl.im Mntttr
Vo.t orricc. Nw York. N, T.
PRICE THREE CENTS
ROCKEFELLER S. 0. STOCKS
IN SENSATIONAL RISE, JUMP
BILLION DOLLARS IN VALUE
Many Shares Have Soared
From SO to 200 Points in
the Last Week.
SET NEW PRECEDENT.
New York Company Shares
Alone Have Increased $275,
000.000 This- Year.
Wull Street la witnessing Increases
In the quoted market value of shares
of companies that originally con
stituted the Standard Oil Trust which
are without precedent In market
When tho trust was dissolved by
Supremo Court decree In 1911 the
original company was split up Into
thirty. three units. The value of
sliiira since dissolution now show a
pi lee appreciation of more than
' ?3, 000,000,000.
Making a comparison with the low
piiceB of this year the shares of theso
various -units .show an Incrcaso In
murjket value of- a, billion dollars.
During the last week alone many of
the shares of companies that consti
tuted tho trust ten yeais ago have
lison from 50 to 200 points, und have
added from $10,000,000 to neaily $200,
000,000, to the collective wculth or
t current lnuiUet pi ices tho Mian-.,
or 'ho standard Oil Compan of Imli
. show un appreciation of nearly
$130,000,000 coinprcd with the low of
Shares of the Standard Oil Company
of New Jer&ey show an Incrcaso Jn
market value of slightly moro than
$30,000,000, shares of the Standard Oil
Company of California have increased
moro than $16j,000,000,whlle shares
ot the Standard Oil Company of New
York alone have Increased in market
It was stated at tho time ot the dis
solution of the trust that John D.
Kockefcllcr owned 30 per cent, of tho
block. Had .Mr. Rockefeller retained
JiM original holding hla wealth meas
Uied by Standard Oil shares alone
would show an appreciation of moro
than a billion dollars In ten years, to
which tills year has cotnrlbuted lp
proximately $400,000,000. '
Wall Street has been at a total loss
to understand tho reason back of tho
urgent buying of the shares. It Is
known that many of tho Standard Oil
units havo planned to follow tho ex
ample of tho Standard Oil Company
of California and tho Standard Oil
Company ot New York and readjust
capital, through which stockholders
will recclvo large stock dividends.
(Continued on Second Page.)
' FIGHT WIFE'S SUIT
Professor Not to Oppose
SOUTH DEND, Ind., Oct. 10. Prof.
John P. Tlernan of Notre Dame Univer
sity, the complaining husband In the
Tleroan-Poulln paternity suit, will not
contest his wife's action for divorce, he
Intimated to-day. The case will prob
ably go by default when Mrs. Tlernan
presses her charge that Tlernan was
'cruel and Inhuman" beforo as well as
after the, Poulln affair.
SToni wXnrrwro nv weather
The following message was received
to-day at the local office ofcthe Weather
Bureau from Washington, D. C:
"Small crafts warning Indicated at
10 A. M., Delaware Dreakwater to Nan
tucket, Jasa. Increasing southeast
winds, possibly becoming strong this
afternoon or to-night with thick, show
A FORD A DAY GIVEN AWAY
WITH TURKS TO BE
Conferees Return to Mudania
to Receive Reply From
Angora Assembly. .
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. 10 (As
sociated Press). Tho signing of the
protocol nrmlstlco at Mudania Is ex
pected to tako place at 6 o'clock this
afternoon, according to an announce
ment by tho Havas Agency, the
einl-ofllcla1 French news organiza
tion. Gen. Harington and his Mart, who
arrived hero on the Iron Duko at 1.45
this morning, expect to return to
Mudania at 3 P. M.
MUDANIA, Oct. 10 (Associated
Press). The, Allied Generals drew up
their final armistice convention here
last evening and submitted It to
Ismet Pasha, the Turkish Nationalist
representative. The Angora Govern
ment was given until & P. M. to-day
lo accept or I eject It.
TERMS ALLIES GAVE
KEMAL AT THRACE
Gives Complete Possession
In About 45 Days.
MUDANIA, Oct. 10 (Associated
Press). Tho conventions as submit
ted to tho Nationalists contains these
I That the Greek evacuation ot
Thraco sha'll be carried out within
about fifteen days.
II That tho Greek civil authorities,
Including tho gendarmerie, shall be
withdrawn as soon as possible.
Ill That aa the Greek authorities
withdraw tho civil powers will bo
handed over to tho Allied authorities
who will transmit tnem to tno Turk
ish authorities on tho same day.
IV That this transfer shall be
wholly concluded throughout Eastern
Thraco within a minimum period of
thirty days after the evacuation of
the Greek troops has been concluded;
V. That tho civil authorities of
the Angora Government shall be ac
companied by such forces of tho Na
tionalist gendarmcrio as are strictly
necessary for tho maintenance of law,
order and local security.
VI. That tho various operations
In tho withdrawal of tho Greek troops
and tho transfer of tho civil admin
istration shall bo carried out under
(Continued on Socond Page.)
Number of Advertisements Yesterday
THE WORLD 6,010 Ads.
The Times 2,335 Ads.
The Herald 864 Ads.
The American 787 Ads.
The Tribune 280 Ads.
WORLD over all comblnd 1,744 Ads.
THE WORLD printed 2,213
more Ads. than corresponding
day ot last year.
CANDLER S FIANCEE
AS HE JILTS HER
Mrs. De Beouchel Issues
Long Statement Saying
She Will Fight for Honor.
Declares Coca Cola Man Re
fuses Demand That He
Name Her Traducers.
ATLANTA, Oct. 10. The romance,
of Asa G. Candler, aged coca cola
manufacturer, came to an abrupt
Mrs. Onezlma Debou'chel," i New
Orleans beauty, made public 'a state
mcnt asserting that Candler' hod
broken his engagement to hereon ac
count of certain reports brought to
him reflecting on her character, and
that Candler had refused and was
still refusing to furnish her 'with the
names of the party or parties act
Mrs. Dcbouchel came to Atlanta
last night, after calling Mr. Candler
over tho long distance telephone. On
reaching Atlanta sho said sho notified
Mr. Candler, and he and his son. Asa
G. Candler jrA 'eihje? to her hotel and
tho three were" Vn' conference nearly
"Mr. Candler was very much
broken up," .Mrs. Debouchel said.
"I felt sorryfor him. ,He told me he
still loved me1 and wanted1 to, marry
me and that'ho'dl'd riqt! believe this
hideous slander which lias been taken
to him and yet lie. refused, to' give me
tho name of tho man ,,'or. men who
accused me. '
Tho charges against her, Mrs. Do
Bouchel said, went back to a Con
federate re-unlon in .Atlanta, three or
four years ago. Sho niado tho fol
"Mr. Candler and I were to haov
been married on the 20th of Septem
ber. All arrangements were made,
clergyman engaged, cards of an
nouncement printed and we were to
Iks at home here In Atlanta on Oct.
"On Sept. 15 he wrote me that It
would not be fair to marry me and
bring me here, where I would bo
slighted on account of reports circu
lated here against me.
"These reports, according to him,
wero that during a 'Confqderate re
union In Atlanta three or four years
ago, when I had the supremo honor
of being ChapercnrMjeneral and when
I was attended 'every moment, I had
sollcltcdtwb men to visit me at the
'.'These reports'had been brought to
him, he said, from 'sources he wj:s
bound to believe,' Just before he was
to take the train for our wedding.
They would, he said, follow m-j wher
ever I might go. I would nsve'r bo
able to hold my head up again.
"This hideous slander and Mr.
(Continued oh, Second Pago.)
France w Expected to Protest
Ruling Against Liquor on Ships
Jusserand Probably Will Be
tion of International Law.
PARIS, Oct. 10 (Associated Press). The French Government Is closely
studying tho situation created by Attorney General Daugherty'B ruling
that foreign vessels shall not be allowed to bring wines or liquors lnsldo
the American three-mile limit.
What action will be taken eventual--
ly Is still uncertain, but It seems
most probable tbat Ambassador
Jusserand will tako back to Washing
ton with him, when he sails on Oct.
21, Instructions to st forth, that tho
French foreign trade will bo greatly
damaged by this ruling.
The question of Us validity under
International law may bo raised, as
well as the bearing the ruling has on
ROBBERS HOLD UP
GET $23000 GEMS
Enter Office at No. 284 Pearl
Street and Attack Tyo
Two Thugs Bind Shop
( Owner and Broker, Then
Shouts on the sixth floor of the
office building at No. 284 Pearl Street,
two doors from Bcekman Street, at
9 o'clock to-day caused tho elevator
man, James Hall, to call tho Super
intendent, E. Jonathan, and take him
up to find out what was tho matter.
As the elevator reached the sixth
floor Q, Galcr, a diamond broker,
canta hopping out of tho door of room
No. 605, occupied by A. Tarvltzky.
who has a diamond cutting shop
Gator's feet were bound together, as
were, his hands, and there was a towel
twisted about his neck. Blood was
streaming from a gash over his right
Hall c it tho twine about the man's
feet and hands and lod him Into the
djamond cutter's office, where Tar
vltzky was found similarly bound and
with his face marked with sloshes and
brt.lses. Jonathan went down In the
elevator and ran to the Bcekman
Street hospital and brought' back a
Tarvltzky and Galer said they had
been looking over a package of un
cut stones when two rough looking
men entered and aold they were dia
mond cutters looking for work. When
Tarvltzky said he needed no help, the
two drew revolvers, he said, and set
upon him and the broker, beating
them over the heads with the butts of
their revolvers until they were uncon
scious. When he recovered, Tarvltzky said,
the strangers were gone, as well as a
quantity of uncut stones. Ho tele
phoned to the Diamond Drill Carbon
Company at No. 63 Park Row that a
collection of diamonds sent to him by
them for cutting and valued at $23,000
were among the missing gems.
When tho detectives of tho Oak
Street Station arrived they were un
able to get a satisfactory description
of, the robbers ..from eiUier tho dia
mond cutter or, tho .broker, '.Neither.
Hall nor Jonathan had seen tho
strangers enter the building and Hall
was particularly positive he had taken
no ono up In the elevator during the
morning except tenants of the build
ing, and Galer and that he hod not
seen or heard any one coming down
the stairs before he heard the shouts
Instructed to Raise Ques
the question of the freedom of the
It Is held In certain Frencl. quarters'
that tho seas cannot be said to be frco
If the whips of one nation are so ham
pered by the regulations of another
nation that they aro unable to put into
the lattcr's ports under the same con
ditions as In all other ports of the
a Billion Dollars in
AS TRAINS CRASH
AT COS GOB
Two Locomotives and Three
Coaches Derailed When
Local Sidewipes Freight.
ALL TRAFFIC BLOCKED
Passengers in Panic, but None
Is Hurt Seriously by:
seven persons were Injured, none
fatally, when local train No. 2?2 ot
tho New Haven lino, from Stamford
to New Haven, Conn., sldcswlpod i
way freight at Cos Cob shortly bo
fore 1 o'clock this afternoon. '
The freight, eastbound, was pullfnsr
out or a siding on track No. 4 -twhen
the passenger train, travelling, l was
reported, at a rate of 10 miles an
hour, struck It.
Tho passenger train had two loco-
motives and tho freight one. All three
wero badly smashed. In addition o
tho locomotives, a mall car, baggage
car and ono coach of tho passongcr
train were' derailed. ,
The Injured Included two memUers
fyf ti Llu . ' .
t.cgi, w?w, mree memoers ot
the passenger crew and two rjatumn.
gers. The dejaJlod.coach was a smok'-.
o "..in nicio were no women and chil
dren In It For a time panic reigned
In the other coaches, but subsided
wnen it was found there were no In
juries outside ot shock." Jfost of the
ujuicu wero ireaiea ui tne Station In
StamforaY " 1 -
, Traffic on the eastbound tracks was
Interrupted several Hours. ' '
An official statement from the New
York, New Haven' and Hartford rail
road said: '' ;
"At 12.S0 P. M. an eastbound way
freight was pulling out of a siding on
Track No. 4 when tho motor of the
freight was sides wiped by train No.
282, local from Stamford to New Ha
ven. The motor of the frcljrht. both
motors of the passenger train, a mall
car, baggage car and coach were in.
railed. There were no serious inlnrW
Tho members of both cnglnd crews
were slightly Injured. Doth cast
bound tracks wero blocked by the ac-'
ROBBED OF $1,300 IN
Seeking .Fiartcee, Man Meets
thugs, Is Assaulted.
,Bound hand and foot, Seymour Ely
lu.nlw.;t- t'h,l. . 1 1 , i . .
y . -uiA, v jiu buiu ue waa a cue
retery to Mr. Whiting In Detroit.""'
was found .at the'.-foot of a stoop at'
No. It6 Waverly Place, at 2 A. M
to-day. He said he had been black
jacked by two men und robbed of
$1,300 in cash and Jewelry. He has
been at the Hotel McAlpln since Sept.
According to the story he told De
tective Campbell of the Charles' Street
station, he went to the Waverly Place
address to confer with his fiancee, re
garding -the furniture for their1 home.
The money he carried was to havo
been spent for It.
On reaching the flat she had oocu.
pled, he said, he found she had moved
to the Hotel Judson. As he was leav
ing two men seized him, slugged him.
carried him Into the . empty room
where his fiancee had lived and
robbed him. They left him trussted
up, he said, but he managed to roll
out, through the hall and to the
stoop, where Policeman Joseph Gor
don found him.
GERMAN MAitK NOW
3,054 TO THE DOLLAR
Kerr Low Tlrrnrit Slude an Contlun
LONDON. Oct. 10. The German
mark fell to new low levels on Uii Lon
don Exchange to-day, belnr quoted at
lt.30 at ! record low of 1J.S00 - the
pound, or approximately 3,054 to the
GIRL WHOSE PLEA
TO EDWARDS CAUSED
Fjire on Guards With Smug
gled Revolvers, Slaying One
and Wounding Five.
(DUBLIN, Oct. 10 (Associated
Press). Armed with revolvers smug
gled in Dy some undisclosed means,
Irish Irregular Army prisoners In the
Mountjoy Jail hero made a determined
attempt ,, to escape to. day. In. tho
'lighting whlch'followcd within the Jail
wjilfs'two of tho participants -were
killed, ono a guard and tho other a
Prisoner, while fivo guards ''and a
number of prisoners were woumled.
(Oii.ii.nucil on Second Page.)
Two Murders a Week by Police,
Says Deputy Commissioner Leach
Rum-Hounds Must Go, Declares Enright's First Assist
ant at Cop's Trial.
"There's a murder a week due to drunken policemen," declared Dep
uty Police Commissioner Leach In Brooklyn to-duv. "Two since last
Saturday. We are going to rid tho department Of the rum-hounds."
It was In tho trial of
John Dolan ot the Dutler Street Sta
tion that the Deputy Commissioner
was moved to make these remarks.
Dolan was charged with being drunk
on duty Sept. 14, and the gravest
testimony against him was that of
Dr. Leahy, a police surgeon.
"Dolan reported sick four times In
May," said the doctor; "twice in
June, twice In July and three times
In September. Each time the trouble
was alcohol. I don't know what his
Special Daily Prize for Four Weeks
For "What Did You See To-Day? "
TWO PARTIES BELIEVED
TO HAVE HAD A HAND
Absence di Blood Under the Body of Mrs. Mills
Now Prompts Suspicion Her, Throat Was Cut
Some Time After She and Rector Had Been
Shot tp Death.
Prosecutors Admit They Doubt Authenticity of
Confession Made by Schneider, but Say "He
Knows Something" -- Bahmer Girl At
tempted Suicide Over Him.
(Special From a Staff Correspondent of T Evening World.) '
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Oct. 10. Were there tyo parties
of spies upon suspected love affairs on the. Phillips's farm the rigl)l
the Rev. Edward Wheeler Mall and Mrs. Eleanor Rcmhardt Mill?
were shot tb death? It is possible that the one party, seeking divorc:
evidence rather than murder, found themselves close behind a band
of drunken boys who did the killing in a mistaken belief as to thr
There was no blood found under the. bqdy bf Mrs. Mills, though
her hdad was nearly cut off. Did a member of the second. party, in a
,fren,ry of jealousy, attempt to wreak vengeance oh tfie dead, woman
by slashing at hep throat and neck when she was growing cold?
In tho. confusion of doubt and suspicion whlctbava. grown but of Hi t
later developments of the Hall-MUlBf tragedy the'qe questions arc telua
nsked on the streets by persons who are absorbed thV'murder puzzle
to tho point of forgctfulncss ot thclrdally routine of 'business, and domes
tic life. , , , ;
fbo EO-called "solution" of the murder dO(i.not dissolve In pulHv
3 MEN IN AUTO HOLD
UP OTHER AUTO
Get $60 and Dinmond Ring
After Asking Directions.
..Three men In on automobile who
asked directions to Hempstead, I I.,
last night held up B. I wuey or
No. 929 Newklrk Avenue, Brooklyn,
while he was driving with two com
panions along Fulton Avenue juai
outsldo of Central Park, L. I., fled
with 60 and a diamond ring, Wiley
reported to the Nassau County
With Wiley at the time, ho said,
were the Misses Florence and a race
Sullivan',' sisters and 'school .teachers
of .Hempstead. He said the machine
turned quickly In front of htm,
blocking the road, Aa he was about
to reply to the question, the men
produced revolvers, ho said, robbing
htm of his money and Miss Florence
Sullivan of the ring.
record In August was, because I was
on my vacation then."
Dolan, In his own behalf, denied
that he was a drinking man, but said
he had suffered from Indigestion and
had been using a medicine prescribed
. "Here's a bottle ot It, you can smell
it," he said.
"Tako that stuff away," ordered
Deputy Leach, "It's the same old
story. I'll tako up your caso with
Then he mode the comment quoted
above on police murders.
PR08ECUTORS DOUBT STORY
On the , vryhlghest authority, The
Evening World, Is Informed that
neither Josecutor Strieker of Mid
dlesex County nor Prosecutor Deel.-
man of Somerset County believes tin
story of Ilaymond Schneider that In
saw his friend, Clifford Hayes, shorti
tho minister and (the choir singer.
The most that they tell their In
tlmate friends Is that they belle.
tho boy knows something.' '
When Haymood Schneider began
confessing" at dawn yesterday Iih
said some things which, wero plainly
untrte. Everything ho said waa
taken fdown by a stenographer: Mr.
Strieker studied over the first state
ment and' then went back'tq'tthe bov
nnd pointed out the -utter Im'probn
bl(lty of some of his story. Schneldei
promptly corrected tho. tdle. to nt J.I .
Strieker's criticism. This continued
until Mr. Strieker .and Mr. Ileckmun
had five different statements from
Schneider, each one of which lie
signed, declaring that It was tin;
truth, , the whole truth and nothing
but the truth. He signed the last onn
in his cell In the Somervllle Jail at
five minutes after 10 o'clock last
One. pt the discrepancies which
Schnetdsr haggled most about wax
the tlnVo! at' which tho minister an1
his choir singer were killed. The
"confession" nt first fixed the time
at 1 o'clock Friday morning, which
accounts for the formal charge that
he committed the murder Sept. IB.
Instead of Sept. 14.
The shots and screams on the
Phillips farm were heard by at least
six persons at a time which they fix.
varylngly, at half past 10 or 11 o'clock
'Detective Totten of Somerset.
County, after a talk with Schneider
to-day, asserted meaningly that tlu
ProKecutor had nt last a reasonably
sounding explanation as to the at
tempted beheading of the 'body of Mr.
Mills, but that It made It necessan-
or mm ana Mr, ueemnan to comu
back to New Brunswick and questlo:
some of those who were und.
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