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f TWT! T! V"R K T TJn WnttT.T,. TTI'ESDAV. OCTOBER In. Tooo . THE EVENING WORLD, TU'ESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 192&. 2 ' .ir t oocstlonlneV'w'o Schneider mado his i.(Utcment." Mr. Beekmnyt was asked u ne, Knew , what Totten aveant -.J "Von" hp fclld. "Dut I an nbt going to dlscuw. tt puUllclr. . -Am you sattiOed of the truth Vf Schneider's chargi against Hayes?" he wiui asked. "I do not have U be," he said. "Truth? It Is not ra y business to de termine tn truth of ,an accusatlun nf murder. It Is for mo to determine, whether thore Is a reasonable ground, on which to base ft prt secutlon. Wuj have five witnesses to support Schneider's story. I bcnevc we could So to trial now and got a. conviction.'' "Havo you ceasted to consider the - probability of guilt by other than - Ha?es and SchaelderT " no waa useu. NV hp rakl positively. "Wo huve : rllmlnatcd none of those who h.ivw i come under suspicion since the inur- tiers wre discovered." Hayes was arraigned formally be fore Justice of the Peace Sutphen to day, charged with murder, after en tering a plea of "not. guilty," and was IteM without ball to await the action the Grand Jury. Schneider, held as a material wttneas made no effort to combat the determination of the Prosecutor to keep him In custody tin ts ft has been established Ju. "now saraeh truth there Is In bis (torn Tte manner of the making of that sSawacat was significant. JJwi rnvnnr renorters who knew .that St&afri- had said something .In cxtstlsating Hayes Went to the two Pscsecutors and asked for an official utterance Many Things Are Unexplained In New Hall-Mills Death Story Authorities Cannot or Will Not ThraSv Light on Numerous Phases of Latest Murder Theory. Hero are norau of tlio things the authorities cannot ne will not explain In their accepted theory of tho Hall-Mills murder: It tho murders wem due to mistaken identity, why "was Mrs. Mills's throat cut? What tv.'catuc of Itector Hall's watch and about $50 tlio Is supposed to havo had? Where did tho lovo' letters round strewn about tho bodies como from, and why were they so scattered? - Why wait the! recUors knuckle bruised If he was shot from ambush, and why tho scratwhes on Mrs. Mills's arms? Why wuro the bodies carefully laid out, the man's hat over his face and the woman's acarf thrown over her head? Why should young Hayes, who hardly know Pearl Balmer, want to kill any one .over Jjor? Why was the clergyman's card propped up against his foot so as to bo clearly visible? Why should Sciinplder attract attention to himself by "discovering" the bodies !f ho know, they were there and ho was partly Mspotmblo for their bolng there? ISAAC GUGGENHEIM ROCKEFELLER S. 0. STOCKS : -4 t OIES SUDDENLY AT SOUTHAMPTON JUMP BILLION DOLLARS-IN VALUE i (Continued. ) Recanltnllzntinn nlans. so It in ni Met Friend at Steamer Indi- mored, liavo been prompted by th. belief of .tho Stnndard dll'manage- t-v i a ' j mcnt. tnut 4110 uovcrnmcnt cany nex'. UIA.IUI MII1VCU. SOUTHAMPTON. Oct. 10 (Asso- High. whole world. I'll nevee give you up. whatever happens. Nothing will make me bo back to my will-. " 'If you nro going to be my girl you cannot go out with other fellows. I don't want you to go- out with any one but me. Yours, " 'RAYMOND S. SCHIVEIDER.' " Cruises Indicating kisses were strung: across tho bottom of the page of this letter as well as the others, Pearl Whr don't you a-o ahead and give 1 Bahmer said. The second letter was: It to them. Beckman?" sold Mr. I " 'Dear Girl: Strieker. Mr. Beckman Is tho official " T don't care how often Happy formally In charge of tho case, as- beats jno up." (Tho pjlrl here Inter- eumlng tho truth of tho story of rupted tho recital to explain that Schneider that the murders were per- "Hapjiy" was the nickname of her Tvirntmi in Somerset County. I older brother, wno onjioctca violently No, Joe." rejoined Mr. Beekman. Ito haviur his sister accept gifts of wvw, i I jewelry and silk stockings from a Af- fm! ts!arhm of nro- I married man.)- " 'I won't stop com . m Ao-Mi nx rmt h Mr. 1 Ing: to see you,' she continued. 'I am SsriEtajr wncllflB cutfteSBy: "We feellffolns to stop working' nights and you Mir.p. nmtim- tfhr Kfajiaa'jMrjL tolmust nee me oftener. I won't keep DTsfiur ai oiiiurnc iff TOTErfrfir asalastjany Job that keeps ran from seeing CaiHmil Shiva;!" I KiOJUEirE rnsruir too wild, au- Where can I see Jim? "-H. S. ' TBir nllwtini mriH'iihtm'nE'E t tb I , saMaUIsC inmUomun; liurtoc ts A 5 mtrai t)ic muttiisaD amnOtaim . cf tiit fcdCira omC Olmir siimriinnEECi wtica toasA xsk 3tHH CurSbBr -nrifiKnaanedl by , si stmtr cS Eta- sCary etsrS. had a bare spasx- ariTsiJtaace wtti 8.' " The tl)lrd letter was: Sweetheart Girl: " There Is nothing In ihls town for ne u I cannot see ycu. Aiy wiro raeacs nothing to me. f walked up to George and Somerset Streets and awaited you until 8.J0. Why didn't yea come? RAYMOND.' " Also characteristic ot tbe mentality Pearl Ba&aer. wis caorcd 'or race I and erooUonri traits of everybody con orer finding ber fattier abostsff ber on I cerned tn the case Is Nick Bahmer's the Pbinim's farm to berts TshooUnc I final comment on his daughter's sul - wildly at them. ekJe attempt: "I wish to God she had Bnt the shots were not wild shots. I drowned." The bullets which killed Mrs. Mills In her latest statement Pearl not were fired two at tfc side of flier head I only intimates a strong "belief that nnd una In the .centra of her forehead. Schneider stole tho rector's watch, but Mrs. Mill was of dark complexion, J told of a "very sharp" pearl handled nf buxom fleure and full -features. I knife Schneider always carried, which Pearl Rahmcr Is n aklnny. jeplleptlc she hlntod the Investigators now with hnhhwl tow hair and looks even I nave. hotel. Just beforo retiring, Mr. Guggen- elated Press). Isaac Guggenheim, lo.j..j mi v t ncniL I otanuat u un w ..... . . ......... . ww 7n Amerlrjln rilrillnllat nnrl rnnwir mnr. I ... .. . . ...... . rr. .Atianllc neiming 1000 nate. aica ncrc suaacniy to-aay. . n..pVnvn Pne Llno ' 9RU yviier an examination me doctor rnMtnelrffti oil 1E0 ccruiicfl that death was caused by a Curflbor1and Plpo Lino 153 cerebral hemorrhage. No Inquest Galena Signal 66 will bo necessary and tho body will I nilnoln Pino . 178 uj sent to Amcnca on tno steamer Indiana Plbo 08 Aqultanla, which sails Oct. 14. Ohio Oil 357 Mr. Guggenheim came here In his Ipralrlo Oil & Gas 736 motor car from London yesterday to I pralrlo Pino . .' i 290 The first thing he I meet Henry W. Marsh, who arrived aior woiinin inn I -. . . . )T . .. . , I I V u' " w 0 1W lt nT, a fl.rr.r yU n lh0 both, going to SoPennOll I..' ' 224 Stand Oil of Kansas ; 630 Stand Oil of Kr. ; k -117 I thought your father would start helm complained of pains In the cheat. aiA nn nr Tninn h'k nmn tmiihln xvlth vmi hn n.M . . . . .. .. I - ...... . - i vviiicu no miriDuieu io lnamsuon. "You don't know how to fight. I-., . anyhow,' I replied. ",0'"K " wa too maispoaea " 'Well," he said angrfly, 'I have to ibko oreaKrast, nnd a physician my friend. Cliff Hayes, who has a gun I was sent for, but Mr. Guggenheim und he can take my part. What time tiu,j wrn dld.you get home, anyhowV . ... v . . "I told him It wns ffvo mlnntM to 1J and then asked him wliat tlmo ho not been in the best of hoalth.-and It j Crescent Pipe Ltno is uuucreioou no nna a sugnc siroxe a short time ago. but had been able to get about and 'had' arranged to return to New York by next Saturday's' steamer. back leaning against a tree. Father and I got up and walktul away. "Tho next evening I', met Ray at Somerset Avcnuo said to ma was: last night, whero did ou go? " 'What was the idea, ot your fol lowing me?' I sold, got homo, " 'Oh. I left at S o'clock.' he do clarod,, 'and I was looking; for you.' " '"Well, that was foolish. Ray.' I said. 'You know I don't etay, out sc lato.' "He then asked me why I wns out with my father and exclaimed: 'You had no right out there. Anyhow, If your father was going to get fresh Isaac Guggenheim, son of Meyer and Barbara Myers Guggenheim.' was m Fd "wow- hi. bmlns out" bom In Philadelphia Juno 7. 1854, Swan-Finch Stand Oil of Cal , 135 Stand Oil of N Y '690 Stand Oil of Mich : 210 Vacuum Oil i. ...r 680 Boone-Scrymscr . . 4 435 Chesoborough Mfg '. 235 38 Eureka Plpo 98 National Transit 27 Northorn Pipe Solar Refining Southern Pipe ioi Southwest Penn Plpo ...., 64 Standard of Ohio 575 32 Then I left him. "Saturday, about noon. Ray camo up to the musto shop whore I work to meet me and we took, a walk tip Ens ton Avenue. He didn't want to walk up Do Russy Lane. 1 Ho told me he preferred Landing ' Lane. I told him I had never been on Do Russy and was a brother of Daniel, Simon and Solomon Guggenheim.. Ha was graduated from tho Philadelphia High School. Ho waB married to Miss Carrie Sonncborn ot Now York, Nov. 15. 17B. His New York home was at No. 410 Park Avenue, and his offices Union Tank 125 Washington Oil '., 28 year will 'decide to levy" a heavy tax on tho. accumulated- - surplus ot cor porations.' ' In tlio appended tablo there Is given tho present prlcos - of Standard Oil units contrasted ,wlth the low, of thin year und, also, the extent of market appreciation In each Uue: Total Increase In value this year. $82,000,000 32,750,000 2,800,000 2,700,000 045,000 2,720,000 4,000,000 1,000,000 60,200,000 88,860,000 U,$S0,000 1,400,000 11,800,000 2,600,000 17,220,000 179,698,000 10,5,594,000 275000,000 1,500,000 60,000,000 220,000 000,000 600,000 075,000 -768,000 440,000 1,000,000 2,roo,ooo 472,000 27r300,000 72r000 5r377,0OO 80,000 111 425 Low. 169 900 84 123 115 ' 89 18 82' 250; pi8 . ..224' . 880' 166 600 . 76 84' 91 , 341 f 160 , 298 326 ' 175 28 78H 25H 90'. 330 75 ' 60 380 28 96H 20 ' WITH TURKS TO BE SIGNEDLATE TO-DAY (Continued.) . v the direction of this Intcr-Allled mis? slons. ' s.- , 1 VII. That. In addition to these missions, Allied contlngcntsi . sbajt occupy .1 icrn unrace, amounting tp about seven' battalions. v v VIII. Thftt tho withdrawal ofnhfi Intcr-Allled missions and contingents will occur in thirty .days after the completion of tho ovncuatlon of the Greek forces. IX That nil 'troops., of .the Angora Government shall bo withdrawn out side tho zponca"of Allfed occupation with all posslblo speed. New neutral zones In; the Chanakandtlsmld areas shall bo' defined jbyttnlxed' commissions. X That Included ,ln the .Constan tinople Peninsula zone will' bo 'tho fol lowing territory: .Starting at -tho Black Sea' seven' kilometres northwest of Podema. then.tOiStrondJa. Mur- tekli, Klchtaglu.t Slnrekll, Cora, Sliian, Acnuuiic, jvacuKCU,,(iepiQjo, Jjjaaina tfchlftllk and Cailcratla. i' XI That Included, ln the 'Galllpoll Peninsula Zone of Aflled 'occunation is all that part ''south' of tho Bakla and Bulalr line. 1 XII That until, the -withdrawal of tho Allied troops, .tlio Angora? Gov ernment tindertrfkes to'rgBpect' sald zones. ' XIII That tho Angora Government will undertake not tor transport troops into, nor raise, 'an army in Eastern Thrace, until tho ratification of peace. The present convention will como Into force three days after Its elgna. turo. MINE LIFE LOSS CUT NEARLY SO PER CENT. Total Increase in value 1,002,078,000 Lone and would llko to have him n ' 120 Broadway' toko mo there. Mr. Guggenheim was a director In - younger than htr fifteen yf rts. The Rev. Mr. Hall was a heavy set man. notsblv -Kclllrfseed. Nicholas Bahmer, for whom 'Schneider saw Hayes mistook the rectqr, ts" a sioucn, bandy haired and thin. ... The night was lighted by a half moon and everybody who recalls It has noted the tinujual .diffusion" of light under the star spangled sifty. Accordlna to report two pistols were found In tho Hayes home, one a .22-calIbre .pearl-bandied revolver with a broken hammer (the victims were killed with .32-calibr automatics) and a .22 callbre for blank cartridges. The preseeutora refund to make any statement bput the pistols. Young Hayes remains calnvanfl-ap- Ali Hirht. I'll tako vou ud there.' tno Mexican union Hallway, the I h nnmrM. and after wro had walked American Smelting , and Refining r. whiln va mmn iLcrnsa n. counle Ivlne I Company, American Smelters Securi- on the ground nnder a tree. ties-tompany, xuKon uoia company, ' t think thnv must bo .homeless I nnl a memoer ot mo nrm or uug- people trom the Middle Biwh fire' genhclm Brothers. His cubs wero Hay told, mo and'I answered tnat Iu v-nienon. guessed they wero. We went over near them and sat down. We could see them from where we were, and I wondered at their cull ness. ' "Ray I whispered, 'they, are in the samo placo wo saw them before wo sat down. They dont seem to move.' I pulled him over to look at the couple. He got awful red In the fnrn nnd said " 'I don't want to go over there.' "I then took htm by the arm and .... j (Tl -It.,' Jirrnlnat WATER REPLACES BAHMER SAYS HE PLANNED TO an(j before being taken to joU Insisted KIJ-U scMNEiptiH.. 1 on nis innocence, trrnm Mirhnla-Bahnie to-day camel HAYES 3AYS THAT SCHNEIDER the statement that on tne nay wnen the Rev. Mr. Hall and Mrs. Mills dls appeared li had bought a 4S-callbi-e revolver with Intent to kill Raymond Schneider. Ho explained tjiat bis daughter had attempled" to commit sulfide by drowning nersoII in tho - tyY Rarltan Canal two weeks before and 3&24 -iliad written a nato which .cattle to his ffilaW; ...-..- .1 .1 i-Vi.. ht.ni y t". " eu. 1 never oaa an USK,' u, I a V nCJ r.Z 'Woi! d0 with ho murders und W2 "lllch Sa,d tUa,t n??.?.t tC??a Schneider, knows that as welt as any T. "l ' ' sVtUI rvaUIlOIUlU 1U1 UCI ni iw av 5, had been brooding over thU. he said, IS LYING v "If 1 had committed this crime, do you think I would have been fool enough to have stayed around . here for thrca weeks?" he asked. I don't sco how Ray Schneider could havo said theso things about me," ho exclaimed. "It ho really did uuy them, ho lied. 1 never bad ally- ,t until he mado up his nil-d to kill tvt'ocnneiuer. 4 "I had been on a bat for two days," V' -Via Mttil Svhn t wrnt cut for a walk '1- in Ik. ruirb ivltli mv dnuirhter. trvinirl .. . " . 1 one else." There ia a orowlng dsmand that the authorities explain if their detention of the two youths was not due to the Governor's ds mand for "actloni" how Mrs. Mills's threat cam to be cut, and other things thtir theory doss not explain. Alto, In view of the fact they say ne other arrests are contemplated, why they don't lay all their cards en the table arid satiify public clamor for the whole truth, if thov know it. VVicn Schneider hnj told his jtory In the Prosecutors ofllee after twelv hours pf grlllinr and had oroken Sm sr.to sober up TP lno story oi me gnwvi uv i 'Dr. K. 4. Hoffman of No. tl Bayard 1. btrcet. una nr. j. nuiuran 01 riu. . 67 Patewm st net. i The nhywclans, say they r 7 driving into town (rum. the Cpiuitry ' Club iilxiut six weeks ago when 'they - -ww s clrl lying on the tow path of , the Raritun dual near 'George hn.tldown and begged for mercy ho was j'a College titrvets, A man who bad I CQnfrootcd with Hayes, who. when apparently puueq uer ryra ine uunaiiioia voat ocnneiuer naa saia, turnoa ...was working over her. They took I to the latter nnd cried out: ber to St. liters Hospital, un'. . conscious, and worked for an hour t?t .bringing her around. "YOU CAN'T HAVE RAYMOND. WIFE TELLS GIRL. Mr. ldua Schneider, the rU everted ;Twlf of lUiytnoud. lias a let.er front UPcarl Bahmer one of tho amazing nhawx of the wholo morbid mens or j';iX'iiiii iJtiMMncnciKi U the correspond .n . . I I . .. . H. .......... j-ffbetweu these two woraen-rui wlilcK f,,. .-, , PearL said: "ou needn't tblolt IjHpgpHa,, wncro 8n0 rognls.d flimnftH nvAr mnnl nn nrrnimt nf vnnr I- v '-s-ww Vou are a damned' ILarl" Schneider hurled back at him "You are a damned ltarl You shot tnemr Hayet, it Is undorttxiod, did not deny having gone on the search with Schneider, but told of hear ing shots and seeing two men and a woman drive away In an auto mobile. Tho full statement cf rcntl Bah mr. ta the course at wblch she IRISH REBELS RIOT RUM; RUSTON BLAMES DUE its k 'crfa TWO MEN KILLED Prosecutor in Kings Jfaggests Scandal Over WJiiskey Seized as Evidence. COP KNOCKS OUT .1 V v T110 TRY 10 CLEVELAND. Oct 10 (Associated 1'ress). Loss of Ufa In the mining In dustry has been decreased nearly BO per cent. 'during the period from 1907 to 1C22, according to the annual report of the American Mining Congress, era se n tod at the second session ot Us six- day convention here to-day. In 1907, the loss of life in coal mines per 1.0Q0 men employed was ..81 per cent, the report stated, and the life loss per million tons of coal mined was 78 per cent. In 192Q the life loss per thousand men employed In the Industry was 2.89 per cent, and per million tons of coal mined 3.Z3 per cent. .-?. I m it t) 1 j " "-4"""- (Continued.) pulled him over. Ho leaned against the apple tree and exclaimed: " 'PcarL they are all -full-of blood. Thinking' HowmYc outbreak, was subdued "after ' I L . . . iiioc.. 1 Quorter-nour struggle. luey aoxx v ioqk an iiiuueu were murdered here,' " Ray explamod. District Attorney Rnston'f Kings County said this morning that he has tried Jn vain to And out who substi tuted water for' good Scotch whiskey In the three cases of liquor which he subpoenaed from the police and Tho military guard in the prison I whch commissioner of Accounts "ni, irmir n. thnuc'h thev wero lald ' .. "'Iriavtn Hlrahfleld has charged him -- -r - iioq iruuuie uegou near 1110 mesai out , I room nt breakfast time, when a with appropriating for ms own use, "Then J saw the blood and ran down I pHBOnc, i,ot one of the guards dead. "But I am not yet 'through with '? " lZrV "Z? s m ? & J:1 this InvesUgatlon." Mr. Ruston added rsIUs.w ----- ,.r 1 jJUuitluiui (jiuxlu utvnjr niiii ouuucmjr . tVii ho wouldn't do It. because he didn't L,,, w.nnnn .it th Inll r. 'Tin substitution of water for whis- want to get into any trouble. I ln-janSf wh0 quiCkly made dispositions j koy was certainly made before the Msted. so Be went to a neuroy nousoifo UeU tbB rfajng. . turned over to my. office. nnd phoned. 'Some of the guards wero ordered to . r in flnd out wn0 aid IKI nrCM ADtrn CC.UMPiriCR Inll nnvi.nl onv nffnH"1 uim'uenv NPRvniiA that m cht bo atttmpted from the I it. I . . . . . 1 V . . v. -1 1 - ..linn mirrAvllI nnd dronned the receiver while In mutineers, and In a nftoen-mlnute BCanda, lnvoivlB tho police. He the middle of his conversation and n.?,u"ter' ?u"n forces controlled the situation. Some I a legal manner niter mcj, nc.o of the wounded are not expected tol to contain water. recover. I "Before 1 euDpoeuacu rr1 II..V ..n.nnllo nil n nnniwl frilm thn nOUCB. Air. lluawu ' Alia Ulltiv.iv n4.v...j " ,..... w... ....... . . Vi . , from the outside, and besides arms "samples of the Belzdre were brtfaght and ammunition being smuggled into here and founo oy ur the prison, tt was discovered that the analyst to be. real whiskey. wnen iionhnnR wires had been cut. cases were nroumik w w., .H..I. nn i.r milltnrv WOre StOI cd WltllOUt 11.. 4,ii tn.oiv fniinwt hl downstairs, wnere jinn vAvim..BH.i - 1 ... .v. .i m (fimnpr Willi mem ways saying he had lost his railroad I urn""5 .Vv.7"",. " .Jl.. .mined the cases here and found they HCKei anu naa 10 uuy miuuioi out, 1 - ",7-i.r. . I nil vi-italnpd water, ...vi.i... 1 ir n n v wn. hvuiilluid vj i' iu iiuvu. i "nn inn nnuneu x-vuijr u v.uu lur. I steadied himself beforo finishing. Schneider was for two years em-1 ployed as T moaBenger ot the Rrvoll I moving plcturo theatre hero, Aaron I Schustcrmnn, tho manager, said to-1 day: "Ho loft me ot his own nccord, butl I wos not sorry to seo him go. His duties wero merely to carry films be-1 woen the. thcatro nnd the New York! City film exchanges, but ho was al- J examination no ono could Later, wo ex b ihuiuuw 1 ---- - ii uv,,., fi.j. I Hniior when tney were soiieu uwa 11 .1.. rk.u cnv,niHr ,.r. tlleader of the fallen Four courts gar-1 injuor wnsu " liiu ivtvyut wv....v."v.. .v..-- - w tlR P!mnlr movie house. Ho was dls- I neon, ana uouui thoso cases contained real .hAn thnv were solzed then It our vourv9 gar-1 i'4uut " . . .. - - - - other Irregulars was 'switched' before It came into the and we wero always In about Ids handling of petty cash." From . ih,ni, -mt. hnnin. Hi wna il . I nion. ana aouui '""i"' . v.11. 1. . ".''rV.r . ' "1T. . V - tnk.n in tho recent round-up by Na- hands ot my omw. ciiuruou mere, wv,a.v. . u . - Offer, David Mendelson, because ori uonai Army uwy comDlaints by women and girls thall his remarks to them wore offensive. I Allt'snn MOTIIKIti a-go to JAIL, I, do not believe in his accusation yor abusing their mother when she . .. M mr6hfleld in In the Jurisdiction ot the Police Dc n&rtment. I wanted those cases 10 use as evidence, and for anotner reason of Hayce." said Mr. Mendelson's as-Lskej them to nnd Jobs. Thomss anil conflience( That reason I don'.t care sisiant. orcaKiiu; nu "i" 1 Joseph Uurke. twenty-nine ana twenty-1 . d.ciose." 'Ion, "If for no outer reason tnan tnat l,even -.pectlvely. of No. 313 McDougal The story .of the District Attorney's never hnd tho truth m ma carcass." V-husband.' ..- "Some daxt" wrote tb wife xt re- ,Piy. you. wax you will have .itay rr.ond Schnldr's uame.. But that name will never be yours-" . , Then on the- Alonday following the murder Mis. Sclincidvr, wkilo to I'earl Jlnlimcr: "If this case ever, comes to trial I'll bent you to It" I 'carl Unhmcr apparently In all Klncolty. said, to-day that at the time she received Hie letter she did nut undentUm! w)ut was meant by "this case." And t'von now. she. says, ifta doesn't get the drift pf tho threat. Pea1 Uuhmcr quoted from memory to-day from. lettcia Raymond Schnelr- dcr had. wrJUcn her about a year ago. She sold that when she got tho int ers she was i?Uy In lave with' Iincltlcr und read them avur and) er again until mio almost know by heart. She had uiso read, half-Elder. Mrs. Mary limn she lived, from tn timn nflrr minn-plt, tvllfi hnp ' and, Mm. Mnnoueo pnunptcd Mn ,lcr memory failed. orivc?mK ,0 ,hft ,n' wus p, is the text of tho. letters: (hnrirt Vnt. ,1... , .. ...m. .uvi uivj iiifa Uliiy e" -o unliilnK ubout' in the m by heart, tn her hall , JVUHO. With v.l V'ao time oftr as ono frequently treated there, for epileptic fits, was aa follcwi: ' "J was with Hay Schneider on the Thursday night of the murder untsl 9 o'clock," aha said. "IHo brought mq homo and said 'Good night' tn front of my house. As I started to tco Into the house- I mot my father on tlio front stapet, and Iw grabbed mo by the arm and cum. nianded mo to go waiktng with him. "lie said lio hud had 100 much to drink and ha thought a wall would sober him up. . "As we loft the house and started toward Huccleuoh Park. I notice several times Raymond Schneider, icon ICtvuffman and Clifford Hayes following me. , -"Tho throo caught up to my father and me at Coorsa and College Streets. ' 1 SAW HAYES CRAWLING THROUGH THE. GRASS. "Uuy took off his cout and rolled up his clcevcs und followed us. We 'sat down on ttiu grass near the Johnson factory und I discovered Clifford Hayes crawjlug ua to us.. "L asked him what ho wanted. Ho answered, 'I'm looking tor a place to, 'sleep.' Hay was standing at our STRICKER RESIGNS AS JUDGE SILZER'S CAMPAIGN MANAGER a-... rimnblvn. wcrt snt to tne I contact wltn tno royoionuu. nutu t... 1 u T.. workhouse foe six month, yesterday by cases was exp Ma-ilstrato Brown in aates Avsnu Court. Neither has contributed to her support for three years. Mrs, catnerln Burke, the mower, sam. nation n campaign ton and Assistant District Attorney Snyder: On May 7 Patrolman John Isaac son. thev said, then of he 76th Pre clnct In Brooklyn, unaer uapi. james It allien, seised ten cases of liquor manager fori nd took samples to the District At . 11 n l c Gtonte B. Sllzcr, Democratic candl-1 tomev's offloe. Isaacson seised the .UKKHCSex x rosectuor oiiA'j, date ror ricvernor. cases at B2d Street and First Avenue "This In dcneln Justice to him, aa I Hrooklyn, and arrested uan conneii in llu, Hall.MlIIs murder I have I mia John O'Gara. Mr. Ruston sub- devoted to It all my tlmo, thought I poenaed one case of each of three and onorgy.ln assisting tho Somorset brands in the selsure. They were He Will Give Time lo Murder Inquiry. ., . ..,.,. , , County Prosecutor and bis ataff in not used for evidence. ,r In which the Inveatlgatlon Into Jl""y4 i,ri,r nhout th. oonvleUon It then became a question what the murders 01 u nov. mt. Mall of tllo per-on or porsons responsible snould be done witn mo conirnoanu and Mrs. Mills .had been conducted, I for It. published in Tho Evening World last "Under the circumstances I have f.n.-nvA w .v,. iDeen unauio 10 biyo diim vj mu rnuay, " enmnaiim. although this crime, from . rt In ..nrt n r - .. .. ui uuy, """""" 1 ft v-oi. 1.11 iv. .tHdanm available, waa com. Schwartxkopf, Commander of tho 1 mlttcd In another county. Btlll, under The District Attorney recommended to the court It be turned over to the Brooklyn Hospital. The court so ordered, ana ueputy sheriff William Q. Carlisle, with County Detective Charles Johnson from Mr. Ruston'a office, took in Panic, Reserves Are Called tStaten Island ' Workrooms. - y Aftcf knocking out two of four men and finding tho other two wero iret- ung me netter of him, Patrolman Walter Haslem, off -duty 'on' Staten Island, drew his revolver and forced the four of them Into a room, where e held them until-the arrival of ro serves from the New Brighton Police Station. The policeman prevented the wreck of the pants making shop or Harry Schobino at No. 22 Bis marck Place Tho address Is a two-story frame building, and It is said tho low rent and cheap power have enabled Scho- uino 10 underbid competitors In Brooklyn, with tho result that his place, Is working overtime, while cer tain contractors have been unable to get work, This morning at 10 o'clock, with his half hundred machines buzzing away, a touring car with four men stopped in tront of tho place. They dashod n with oaths and made'for Schobino, who ran: They threw tho power off the machines and' ran up stairs to tho loft, ordering overybody out and tell ing them to keep out. Tho operators. all women, ran screaming to tho roof or down a pair of rear stairs, while the four. Intruders were proceeding to wrecK tne place. Patrolman Haslem lives next door. He was clennlng his car in the back yard and thought the place was on nrc. Ho dashed In and one of tho men aimed a blow at him -and wanted to know what, ho was going to do, Haslem la one of those cops who knows how to tako care of hlmsolf In a battle. Ho. ducked tho blow and landed on his assailant's Jaw, knock ing him down. - No. 2 hit the policeman a blow and Nos. 3 and 4 got busy when the soc ond ons of the Mur went down. The policeman, seeing No. 1 recovering and trying to grabjjtis legs, drew his revolver. Ho kicked tho pair that were down Into a room forced the other two in and locked tho door. Then he telephoned for the reserves In the New Ilrlghton Police Court whero the four wore, held on a charge of. dlsordui'ly conduct, they said thoy were Alox Dluball.-No. 294 West 43d Street, Coney Island; -Jacob Simon No. 1938 St. Marks Place, Brooklyn Max Wlsesteln, 50' Rector Street, Manhattan, and 'Bartiey Levlna, No, 178 Powell Street. Brooklyn. ' Schobtne says .the -attack, waa an ef fort ot his competitors to put him out of business New Jersey State Constabulary, to tho' circumstances, my duty, as il see MJ offlco of PoiCO Property Now Brunswick with a sharp note of "' " 10 fc' .1 reproof for the county officials and thl C!U0 ju,t aa ,f the murder accreaiuus mm wo mu uuvemor s i had taken niaco witnin my junsaio 1 ..nt.l.l ....... .. . 1 . . . I ' ' persvmui vmiihw vb"w iiiu inauer. 1 tlon. To-duy Prosecutor of the Pleas Jo- I "I am taklnc this course fully real seph K. Strieker resigned ns cam- llzlng that my official duty la para- palgn manager for Judge Gcorgo S. I mount to any personal desire on my SUzer, Democratic candldato for I part to render servlco to a man who I tlon speedily revealed the bottles were Governor, In a formal statement. I Imm toon mv friend, associate end I nil Ailed with water and colored Mr. Strieker said: conndnnt for a period extending over I Moulds. The cases were not In evl "i am uua uujr tenacring my, reslc. I twenty-five years," , 1 dtace, Clerk James E. Murray, No. S00 Mulberry 8treet. The seven other cases had been sent to that office from the station house In Brooklyn Carlisle was directed to more than eighty loose bottles, nontt ot which wero In cases, winch were saia to do the seizure In question. Examlna I i . - LONE BANDITtROBS WEST CANADA BANK ".. INNlrEQ, M . Oct. tt. A masked robber entered the, Altona bcanch -of th Bank ot Montreal, yojlorday, Jockcd m.mr.r nnd a ycaincclerk. in the vault, unlocked the tellerV cage, cooped up $:,!0O and escaped in an automoDiie con' tslnlnr three other nien',: AU6na is abou ten miles from the MJrtltobaNorth Pa kota boundary. '' ' WOMAN STABBED BY MANIAC WHO FIGHTS FOUR COPS Runs Amuck When Atten tions Are Repulsed Mob Attempts Lynclrmg. A maniac, when his attentions were refused, to -day stabbed a woman and then fought off four policemen, hitting ono with an Iron bar nnd wounding an other with a vicious looking knlfo. Even after he was beaten Into un consciousness by four nightsticks he managed to revolve sufficiently to re-, new tho struggle until again knocked Insensible Tho ordeal of the policemen was not over with subduing their prisoner. They had to fight off an angry mbb that had surrounded the ambulancl from St. Catherine's Hospital, Brook lyn, and sought to lynch the madman. According to tho ppllco tho prisoner. Oscar Ungaror, twenty-seven, a labor er, entered the room of his landlady, Mrs. Ida Schiller, twenty-seven, a Widow, a.t No. 88 Stanwlx Street, shortly after 7 o'clock this morning. When she ordered him out of the room he drew the knife, stabbed her onco In tho check and again in the itcck, a traction of an inch from the Jugular vein. Mrs. Schiller pretended she Was dead nnd Ungarer went to his room and barricaded himself In. Whllo he was doing this tho woman managed to make her way to the street, where sho collapsed while telling Policeman Zlegler what had happened. As Zlegler burst In the door, Un garer leaped through the window to tho yard. Zleglcr was joined by Po liceman Blush, who had been at tracted by tho nolso. and In tho yard the maniac attacked Zlcgler with n three-Inch iron bar. Zlcglor shot him onco through tho leg. Then drawing a knlfo ho lunged at Blush. Blush also shot, but missed. Then Sergt Williams and Detcctlvo Drum came to the rcscuo and the four beat an effective tattoo- on Ungarer's head until ho ceased fighting. At St. Catherihe's Hospital It was said both Mrs. Schiller and Ungarer would recover. Tho latter Is a pris oner, charged with felonious assault. ANDLER'S FIANCEE DENOUNCES HIM AS HE ANNOUNCES JILTING (Continued.) Candler"s reception of It nnd his ending, jny future Is., .ruined have broken my heart, but my will Is not broken and I have faith, that God will give me courage to defend myself. "I have como here against all my training, against all my Instincts, but a good name Is all that a woman nas, nnd I mean to put the dastards who have contrived this despicable scnemo to deBtroy me behind the bars, If there s any Justice In Georgia. I have always known that the Candlers opposed my marrtago to Mr. Candler and he will not deny thtit twice after our engagement, loug after. I offered to release him. "He vehemently retusea ana crieu that I was cruel to suggest it. Who is cruel now? It was never necessary on that account to put this foul dis honor on me. "But they have blundered. This clumsy conspiracy fixes the time so fortunately for me that I can prove my Innocence .against-all .'the per jurers and hired assassins they can bring. "I was Chaperone-General at tho reunion of Confederate Veterans In a suite of rooms with othor women of unimpeachable character and under conditions so blgniy nonorauie 10 ine hnt none but 'dosperate, stupid dolts or people recklessly certain of their power In Atlanta wouia ever conceive th Idea of making me out d common. degraded worn ah In tno very nour that I was crowned with the very highest and most sacred honor that can como to a tsoutnern woua.n. "When I rocelved Mr. canaiers ltter containing tnis aDominaoio rh.rirn and saying I could not come to Atlanta without Insult. I immeaiaieiy left for Chattanooga, for I was loath tn pome to Atlanta. From there I asked Mr. canaier fnr fhn names of my accusers and who were his Informants. He de cllned to glvo the information and mAdo the astonishing statement that It- was best for me not to know. A woman's reputation to be stolen ana she to accept It and to be dismissed m, n s-oodv-ircoay pat on me ...... u - I shoulder! "I Bent an attorney to represent to Mr. Candler tho right to tictena myself from these slanderers, If theio were any audi persons, which i huh then begun to doubt. It Is unbeliev able, but he still refused ta dlvulgo tho names and seemed to expect me to ko auletly off In some remote cor nor of the world tl hide and Jeave him and hia family triumphant here to snare more unsuspecting women. '"The only satisfaction given the at torney was that these solicited visits were to bejunderstood, not as mere so- cial calls, but for Improper purposes that one or tno visitors was u travel ling salesman. "I do not beHove any men or man has made any such statements, but It thcro nro such, they hnvo been bought to do this vilcness and call on the rcspeclablo and honorabl class of travelling salesmen to invest! sate him or them and protect a dn fenseless Woman against conspiracy and perjury. "Why was this brought against mo In Atlanta, distant from m home and friends, where the Candlers are bo powerful that people call tho city Candlervllle? r r "Already Investigators and detec tives have had combed my life In New Orleans In vain. Judge Candler had gone there early In tho summer. Im mediately after that a stream of ugly' letters began to flow Into , Atlanta, it Is said. I know ho employed detectives. My colored chauffeur, who had .been with mo nine years, was so hounded by repeated visits of tho detectives to his home In tho country, forty miles from' New Orleans, that the poor boy was brought Into suspicion with his wife nnd neighbors and had to leavo homo and hunt work elsewhere. "It id nn honor to this Negro boy hat he resisted tho 'inducements' of fered him and went away to the heavy labor on the rlceflelds rather than sell his employer1, who had never been otherwise than kind tb him. With all this nothing was found ngalrot me and the wedding was to take placo on Sept. 20. "Will any Just human being believe that tho transfer of these infamous at- fnmous nttempts against me to At lanta at tho lust minute. Just in time to prevent Mr. Candler from stepping on ttie train, was other than n mat desperato attempt, to break up the marrlaga nt tho exptnso of tho de struction of a woman who had never dono them any harm nnd who would havo released Mr. Candler at any tlmo had Ira have asked It In an honorable way? "I havo .humbled myself again and again to entreat, to implore Mr. Candler to placo me whero I can pro tect myself. I never believed till now that ho was, that ho could bo, a party to this dishonorable transaction', I'll never submit. "If tho laws of Georgia will punish theso conspirators for their crime against me tlicy shall bo Jailed, Only as a last result have I given my consent to mako this, disclosure. Silence and retreat will only expose me more at future periods of my life. An open fight against these under ground burrows is my only safety. J have no other course. I havo not a living male relative." Mrs. Do Bouchcl asserted that she demanded of Mr. Candler "to know tho name qf this travelling salesman."1 "Ho refused to tell me. he con tinued. "He still refuses. But nqw hu tells mc. when he and his son camo hero to see nie, 'that he did not talk to tho man himself that th.o mailt talked to his son, Asa Jr., that there is not one man but two." DiED. 'COYKENDAIX. CATHERINE. Camptxtt jmneral Churclf until Tuesday. , , RATON. iLAURA. Th Funeral Church, Broadway, 08th st. Until Wednesday. if All "Ixist and Found" artleje t, Qqvertisea in in v.vinu vr i.iwtivi. to "Lot and Found Bureau." Itoons 103 World Hulldlnc, will bo lilted for thirty days. These Hits can bo seen at anr-of The World' Offices. "Lost and Found" advertisements ..n b left at any of The World's.' .Advertising Agencies. , .or can bs l.l.nhnn.ri Arfiv r. ' T Vm World. Call 4000 Beekman. New York, or. Brooklyn Office. 4100 Main. 1 1 .-t"4&uis..'.