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fflffll IN 1HMV CASE jerome Predicts Conviction of Mysterious Person for Conspiracy. THAW UNDER INDICTMENT gis Lawyers Astonished at Concord Hearing to Learn of Action Taken in Dutchess County. -. F*nf* Cflrrflepeodaal | l n ti Pept B.?Harry K ? ., : t know untll next Mondav. .gat oarlieflt, whether or not he w|J] he Pt ba k 'o Matteawan. Governor Fel gtyftJns ? Benate ehamber ef tbe tf Capttol heard nrriment"* to-day <,n mmraft t-rtradltion ani gaae the fagt ,.r,; reflnue of slx dlstlnKulshed lawyen ..?,.- fpfl-tember Bl to flle brlefa It may yj .',,n weeka before thf Governor bv LaflBfl hla aictflBoo. ?r^ T> -,?r.ne when he Lroke ma mt Matteawan laat Auguat. and that paaae man eannot he charced wlth -g.0rbna bi therefere caanol be a fugl *M trem atlce, was the contentlon of irrmer JaatlCC William '"lrar-e. the vet -no Kew Hampehtr** Jurir-t. and ex-dov ammmt B7I II " x ^tone. of Pennaylvanla, ?_., 4 4 j- i rleed lawyera More ,',,-er tbej declared, no erime of ean aaeaayea |o flOCape "^ Bai forth in the nd ln the ahr-en.-e of the Dutchoaa Countj fcjoat'orv thej prevailed upon Qaeernor pe;kw |, ? ? . c-MflMeratk-n publle amrtimenl a-! refuae r.oulsttion 'enre v as afltonlabed when Mr. ? -*- ry Iblfl afternoon. "i-or.t I O'clock. anno;:r.?-ed that DutchOOfl ? nn Indictment charF ? t*.(-4 v'-1 conaplracy, hut beforo lt j Mr Jerome aald. Attorne. O* ,-al Cannodj bad requeeted n auapenaaon ., ,.v,.4- . - tO Mr Jerome eouM .. '. v.w Hampahlre, to rres. nt , mji . ?. ,d- n ? that will ron ? r> the *a>a hiicher up" ln the a'/e*.-; aaaakeej of Tl aw'a aaeape. The Man Higher Up." ? , nld Mr Jerome wlthgreal - of more Importauee than : araed ln the caae, and it paa after a eonference between myaelf indone t ? appotated a? n eom mitiee that ihe entire matter was la:d tbe hlatory of that conten uc-i " Both Tl ?* and hia | > ?* motn*-r, .... ? .....lpy Thaw WhO eame m m ptttabuia to attead ihe ig-^n,, . . lently much upoet The ? ? ... . < tbal tbere *?* Thaw cougbed nervouey Ing ahruptly around la Wa ihilr lo whiaper with hia mother. 4. owr. !aw>ers w ere BPParent uaanawerable arguments Jerome Thaw eyed his nemenia AK r-oon fl" Jerome turned i and the anpimenti of hfcl BBW *ri the fugttive grew r*?tleea htrfl Th.,* uaually cold and unemotlonal. ?fljaal .neapi'.y and frec.uer.tly wlned her eye*. Ei-Jufis. aae e?-<3oearnor Btone ITA Oee -'- rrt-** for Tnaw "r*n]y ?prr.m*. M the deputj Attorn<y r>nen>: of SeW York. artth BCtfaag m had filtr. and the appllration for a wrtt, waa a "flubterf :ge." Mr. Mor ri.even went f'jrther and hinted at "dls r."nec';. "I had I ippooed, flir." Bflld Jerome, ad drewir.K OoTOraOT Fclker. "that the la**t thing tbal the nate would have to do ? ?nnd at the Mr od a BtBtOT itate ga fl "harge of had falth. Mr Stone, fr*m Pennaylvanla. denominates ild's rient-als Wild's Orientals, large and small, represent competent judgment plus a fix ed purpose to con duct a rug business on the highest plane of honorable Ameri can methods. Peraian Ruff, 8? u, $00 Fihk Are, aad 35th St rqtst Spf*cialty Rui puseinAmerit^a. Autumn Vacations No hetter lenon in the ADIRONDACKS One -Way Fare Plus $2 for Round Trip Tickctt on salc daily to Oct. 4th Rcturn Limit, Oct. 31?t ror further Infor nifltloa. tildrttl OeDeral Kutern ["???Mnger Aflent, ?16 hrofldway, ti. a.Otf. ?. t. n* asia mu. ? arn PUm. 187 M-.ii . NIIWYORH (LNTKA1 1 . i IM S . I I the appllcatlon a* a '*ubterfuge,' and Mr Morrl* jjo-'s even further. Inalnuatlng diahone*ty. "Hla remark that New York State p*ys tawjrara to get up a Bubterfuge ran be nothing lesa than *uch a charge. It la not caay to rest patiently without a flt ting reply, and 1 thlnk ?oher .hidgment ?rlll make Mr. Morrl* regret the uae of euch la^nguaga. ? Rogar Thompaon to Te*tify. "We nre chailenged here. by the defence to tell why wa are not trylng to get R agar Thompson. the alleged chlef eon fpirBtor. W, ure 1 >oklng after Thomp ton. B/e cxper-t he wlll come back from Canada and ti.rn atate'e e\iden'*e and tell ai: be knows about thi* matter I had a long personal conference with him about thla In < anada " Thaw-'s lawyera OOUttnoally remlnded Governor Keiker that Mr. Jerome and the Noa* York authorltiea wanted to get Thaw ba k to Mattrawan to puniah him for getting out. "Most stat.-s would be glad If a!l thelr lunntlc* got leoea and took refuge in other states Why ia New York bo anatoua to get lts han.ls on ThaW Why I* ahe ao nnxtous to pul him bar-k In an as\!:m that was never heatd of before they pul him in lt"' thundered ex-<;ov- I ernor Stone. Mr Jerome reserve.l his reply to thls i untll hr had reached hls peroration. "Thf ahnple reaaon," Be aald. "ta be cauae that from the very ho.ir SUnford Whlte lay dead on |h* Ifadtaon Square root garden. ln thr. Cltj of New York. hls l'fe taken elther hy a munb-rer or a lunatlc, from that hour to this minute It ha* been aald repeaterfH that in the end the Thaw money WOUld defeat the en.ls o( Juattce. ga far it has not entirely aecom piished it. but wherever this ,as<> baa goaa ari arherever it ha* rcste-i it has left a traJI of Igaomlny, rjtegrac**, nith and s.-andal behind It that haa been abOO lite'.y appalllng. and the State ot New York. atr, Wlll not permlt lts Biatlce tO he defeated by the COtTUPt uae of money. if lt can pagrenl tt. and that la why the gtate <'f New York W4Ulta a man hack rda a* a homicldal lunatlc. when Influeneed bj his insanr- deluelona and hla - legenera > at nther time*. a man rrln.inai ln hl? lueld int?r\als and dangerous ln hla !i:sane pnea To Pres* Conapiracy CHarge. "So far as tha- Attorney General of the Btati of New ^ ork la concerned, through me tbe Siate <<f New Vork through him ,?., . ,.,>K(. ?>. courae as the b.st evtdence of good fatth, by saMng lhat if this man h, reti rned te ihe state nt Nea Xork he Wlll be put on trlal befOre a Jury and hy everj falr and de -ent nicans that the State of New Ymk at. ex. rt. it will ex<rt its power to r.n\< him eonvlcted of tha crlma a li wi ellevi him to be guiity of. "t ? reei wlth the State Of New York to Bhow thal the Thaw money can* arrupt forever, although for a time tt may. The State ,,f New Vork wUl show that. and 'hat is why Nea Vork wantJ Thaw back ln its Jurledk tion. and that statement. gentlemen, Is 00 Bubti . .? ? ? *nj i emplo>'ed or wllBng to coneenl to t..- etnployed, by any one to manufacture BUbterfUg< I In repl\ to ex-Justl.e Chaae'8 conten tion thal th" papera aal forta alaaeiutely renae to Thaw'a alleged conapiracy to perveit Juallce, by showing hls Insanity. Mr Jerotne aald: "Let me disr.-gard any guestion of the sanity or bioanlt] ?t Thaw an,i a<. wtaether this ceaaea wlthln a charge ot crime. Oa PObruary i. 1888, bj :der of the Supreiw COUTl of tBO Stnte of New York Thaw was , ommltted te tne state aaylum for the uuaane at Mat teawan. He ? lalmed thi-.t the commlt rnent was Qlagal and brought ft wrlt of hah-aaa corpus. It was argued In the gu* preme i OUrt, appaalod to the Appellate Dlvurion and wenl to the Courl of Ap - and aii the way Up the )0dgM held that the coniniltnient was legal 'So we have. tberefore. before thesa |U0aj6Bfllnga v'?f? aaagun, Thaw la ? latody a i ?ommltment derlared by the hlgheat court of the State of New Vork to ba entirely \alid and legal m.der it* law. and an extraordinary proposition. aa o .tln.ed to he and advan'-cd here. is that a group of men may jdan to rescue that man and take him out of that aaylum, to which he ia rommltted hy due pro.eea of law. without conspiring to i-ervert the administration of law and the adminiatra tion of Juati^e la the state. lt seema to me that that proposltion I* so extraordl nary a* to be almost an inault to >our ex^llen';.'b Intelligenr-e. Conapiracy Charge Diacuaead. "There were two way* by whi'h Thaw could be dis'-harged b> due i-ror-esa of baw, and they are both provided for ln the law of the Btate. "ne waa bv being certlfUd by the superintendent aa anne to the lourt Which trled him. *nd the ?ec ond one wa* b) getting out a w rit of habeaa corpua and belng adjudged sanr. Thr** were the only two waya known to the law of the State of New York as due. pro-e?*ea of law whereby he could get out of that inatltution. "Now, lf thoae were the only two w., *. any other way 1 submlt must be lllegal and an unlawful way. and any Lonaplraey to do that must l?e conHplrlng to prevent the due administration of the law. They aay that perhape Thaw did not know anything about theae two men on tne outslde plannlng hla eacai-'-. who wlth two automobilea arrlved ?t Ihe door ol the liistitutlon, and at the same moinent Thaw r<i!i,-elved the Idea of walklng <>'.t and then got In a motor car and dashed awa> V-.ur ex'-ellen. \'k experienre arlth jUBtice teaches you that r.obody . ouid g,t away wlth that propoaition before tWOtve jurymen." Thaw, Whoae favorlte ple<-e of literature ls the BpBBiil of Mr Jerome at the first trial (ontend.ng that Thaw waa aane, llstened to-day wlth smlles of elatlon to the .ontentlon of ex-'Jovernor Stone that hf, was Inaane when he eecaped from liollaawan Jerome. In reply. said the oplnlon cf Juatlce MUls denylng Tha va hai.eaa r?r tnia wrlt In tgtJ showeri that the dl?ease wa* bubject to long perloils of "reinla ?tcm ?? He eald the case* of ( harles I.amo. tht paat, and Mary Umb, hM alater. the matrlclde. were similar MBCw Of tha Bweetneea of l-ambs w.,rks was due to hla sorrow Bl the frequent remtsslon of ber iBkBUBMj BBji the tiecesslty of her fre quent .om-nltmcnt to an a*ylum. Jerome Congratulated. At the close of Jerome* plea *c0.e* af N>w Haaapehlre l.wjrora pressed arotaaal M^ad offer.d their congtatu.atlons. Atoncv.Je.ieralTuttlc. ofNew lamp , i.r . harles P. Uancroft. *u thT: "',' nt of 1 bTSoW Hampshlre H<B8* prrintflideiit ot tne i r?,,rt v.ltal for the IriBWne, were both in court. pltai ror '"' f (0?(0rds curh.u* The uaual crowd ua *? ..,. <tr.?-ts about tlie Maie thronged the atJ^eia a* ,. Houae but I'n led Mat.- Baar*a*w iioiise. uui ajarrimar t ounty, and Shenff DrOW, Of M.rrimac aiged ,.y the ,-o.ice. ^<;<l^'AKni ot.,,r Admlsalon wa. bJ ^f 8o Jerome left to-.ngl't for .> dld ,x-<;overnor Ktone -l*rome w^W n turn next Monday. He would **?*"J , ..,i,,.r ,;i, ? menti>?n?Mi further tlje "man hlgher <<i ir. his aa^reaa Ihta afternoon. Just before Jeruine ieft hla room on the M-.,,d .lor.r of the Bojjno ttat* ?-*? iBUdOanl, opened the door and ****** I eatar. Hehlnd him was bta mother. He etopped abruptly and looked at Jerome. The latter looked at him. "I guesa I ani ln the wrong p-w," Thiw observed. wlth an emharrassed laugh Wlth that he eflVked out and shut the do*>r. The Thaws had mlatnken Jerome a room for thelr own, whlch waa on t'ie flo'.r below. NO INDICTMENT REPORTED If Found Against Thaw It Is Kept Secret. Poughkeepsle. N. 1"., Sei>t 23.?If the grand jury of Dutcbeoa t'ounty has found an Indictment cgalnst Harry K. Thaw. as reported by William Traverh Jerome at Coaeerd, N H- to-day, lt haa not been made pub'.ic here nor handed up In any rourt. The I'istrlot Attoi n? :- s MfflOO explalned this afteraoaa that the jury had made no report on the case and hnd adjourned for two WOOhB, Jt was Bdded that lt waa possihle. BOWever, that an In? dictment hnd been foued and kept BocreC When the grand jury came Into court yeaterdaj ti.e foretaaa. \\**i lam i*enn. who appeared to be much perturbed, !n formed Judge llasbrourk that "the ,as ? thev were ronaldarlng" (preBuaaablf the Thaw eaaa), waa t" he taken away from thc-m and given to the next grand jury. uh.h he thOUght waa not rlght, as the\ had heen wc.rking hard Ofl the BBBtter. District Attornej i onger toid the court thal the ca^f had not heen flnished BB* C6 IM all the Wltneaaafl deslred could not he found ?t preoenl Tb? DJatrlct Attorn,->. bowerer, agreed to a ? iggeetlon from the foretnan that the gtan.i Jury adjoura f*.r two weeke, and after an abeence "f half an hour the jury returned to courl aitb ii batck Of IndlCtmentfl and wlth the in? formation that they had dectded ?<> ad Journ for tWO w.-ki, and then tltiKh "the rase CANADA DROPSJHAW CASE Coaticook Writ of Habeas Corpus Formally Quashed. ? Bl T->*r-.r.'- to Ti . Trll II Montreal. Bept B flThlle Harry k Tt au s lawrerfl were pleadtaa he'ore <;ov ernor Pelker at doneerd to-day the Cana dlan courtfl waahed tl aii banda *ol the Whole .'ase wlth a Judgment rendered by inief Juatice Archambeult, Blttlng ln the . o'irt of Klng*a Beneh. The ludgmeat ol Juatk ? Kn I Biubault tahed the writ of habeafl eorpua Berred upon the immlgratton offictala at Coati? cook Beptembei I deaiandlnfl Thawa tnco In Montreal befow the rourt of K i ga Bencb on Beptember Ii on the ? ri of bad flenrlce. II betna ?"?!<i ?* the court that the .,r!gin:.l writ Wflfl ne\.-r Bf-reed by the balUfl upon the Immlgra? tton offldalfl Inetead ol Berrine; the orlg Inal writ. onlj coplea had been aerved, and thla fact ?as reeponalbl* roi th- auaah :n^ >'f the writ. _0? ' QUARREL SPLITS BATTERY Discharge of Two Sergeants of the 3d Threatens Trouble. The dla* harge of aenlor BergeanU Hi Kempner *?n of Chlef Maalatrate -tt.. Kempner, ani William Bradj . v . . rex llatioek < ? irofBci ihe old Id Battery. wboea arn (>r., ? , ... Brooklyn. haa apllt tha organlaatlon aad threateaed II aitb dla ..... The trouMe areei aiieaed crttielaiBfl ef tne luanetaflaflm af ,he battaHaa ?t the reeeal Baanoaavree ?, ., :u kfeataah Pelat, when oomplalnta of Bbortage ef rattona are aald lo haxe been mad? by the t*n men MajOl MatlOek held that Kempner and Brady were largelj reapoaalble for the ?u ,-r nottee rdTee lha ?-?? - and war* I . ,,.|,?.. . aptatfl Jullen ,- }i btokeo had r.- on laeaded the two men for prooaotioe to ileuti kul the promotions were not BPpro**ed by the fommnirH.it efllcei Captan stokes. Kirst I , tenanta BV >' Kalaer aad A Hamflton and Becond lieutenaau Peter Ban. Btryaer and othera wltb a large foi lowtng waia raported as readj te reefga, An appeal wiii probabtj be made to , ,.,,?,. ooorge Aihen Wtagate, eem raaadlag olBeer ef the reglment Rer goanf Kempner Ir- Inetructor In cIMc In Pratt lnatitute. ._-? $50 FOR SUNDAY BALL Players Fined for Violating Sabbath Law Will Appeal. Five men WOTfl Baed J-'-O e;*' h bl the court of Bpedal Bflaeiana at Janaalca yee? terday fot violating the Bahhath law. Sathaa Btroag. of Ke. BJ Park Row; Harry Bulttaaa, ol No. * New Chambera Btreet. Manhattan. William CBmpbell. of i;ifford atreet. Jamai. a, and Charleo l? Kelly of No IM i overt atreet, Brooklyn. Were airerted for playlflg ball on Bunday in Kldgewood l'ark. , 7he> argued that the RldgeWOOd lark Athletic Club liwuicd the grOttada from th<- RJdgeweod Kxhlbitlon < ompany and lnc-31-porated a elub. and that eaeh of them waa a BMBBBer Of lt- The ju.iK.-s provided th*- alternatlve of ten dajTS IB l.il lf the men falled to pay thelr BflOB. Th.- defeadaatt aill aaeeal There are Ht.out Bftaea other caeea peadlaa too the Baaae offence. _a ??~~~~' MANY BRUISED IN CRASH Surface Cars Come Together at End of Williamsburg Bridge. Many peaaaiifara "ere bruleed and cut bj flvlnx Blaas laat nlght. when two Btreeteara St Ihe Broehlyn aad ef the WUllamaburB Brldge came la -^"aion One man Mai Hahn. of N., IM hteKlb Ma atiaet, Breehlya had a ki.-erap Leafcaa aad was taken to the William barg Hoapital. Partuaataly. the acdaant happened after the homeward raah had *nd4.-d. A Ralpb avenu* -ar. e.ar.lng to cross the brldge. waa awiiiglna araBJBd a eurve. When Ita rear truck jumped the tnek. Bofora Ita rnofcwuaoo Uaaari Breelta, af No rV, Foat.r avenue could atop the BfU the rear *,d had heeil thfOWa ta fro.it ot a?(lth,.r ,ar eoaaag ? the oppoalU di rectlon. _ SALESMAN HEi,D A8 F0RGER A. Altersohn Accused of Indorsing Schulmaa - Co. "s Checks. Abraham Altersohn. a aalesmnn for L BcbUlman & <<>. .nanufactuiing chem ,.ts was Biraeted yeeterday bj i>ete.^tive Rttaee of the Wetrlet Attorney'? ..tn.-. on a keaeb wareaat ehargtae h"n with rarajary la the aecond aegree He ?aa ?r nlaaad before juda*- MaAaaaea m Gkaaaral TSmm and released ln BJ86 ba... Loafll Ro.ner. of Bchulman k I 0 . rharned that Alteraohn bad been in the habl of recelvlng "heck. from cuatome.a ,,',r the flrm and bad forged the flrm'. ln doraemeataa atleaal IMH ajartt Aiter .?,.? oometUiMB aoie IM" worth of aaaaa ln ;, Week. Koaner aaid. The checK men Soaaa4 *" ?"" halletjaaflt '. om far M? v,n on July 1* by Dk-bi Scnl.efer. | All W. SAYS ELLIOn Head of Road Holds Conference with Attorney General and Commerce Ccmmissioners. SAYS CALL WAS INFORMAL Commission's Report on Wreck or Possible Action Against Railroad Not Discussed, He Declares. (From Tha Trlhune Bureau 1 B. ashlngton, Fept. II. Howard El lloit. president of the New York. New Haven & liartfoid RaUroad <ompHny, held ron'erences here to-dav wlth the Attornev Oeneral and three men.hers of the Interetate Commerce CotowlaafoB, but he denled t..-nlght that hls trip had j aay aigtiificanre ** reiating to the De? partmenl of Justue investigation or the luminissoi, a reporl on the New Haven arreca at Walllngford. which la expe.ted to he annopn.-e.l lO*BBOrroa Th- aaaertlon araa made hy Mr Ki lioti that he dld BOl dia. i*s the advlsa Mllt) of a poetponemenl of th* oonaaala Blon'a teoort pending action by lha Now Havea ayatsm to roeel the reonimenda tlona made m . oinmissionei Prouty a report In lura and he ad.led tha' he re celved no intlmatlon from Attornev Oon* eiai McRcynolda as to the probable course to he taken relatlve to posslhle riv il nnd , rlminal ar-tlon Ifl Klllott wlll remain ln flTMBlngton untll to-morrow afternoon. and expe, ts t,, m'.l at Ihe Capltol to .-hat with sev eral membera of .'..ngress li is alao po*,lbH thal be wlll go to the fl hlta Houae to meet the I'resident Will Haed Racommendatione. Keferrmg 10 the PTOUtJ report Mr i Elllotl explamed that the dlrertors of the | n,.w Haven i.I ha*. been so bualll ea eaged In gueatlona ef new B*aiBvgement for th- evetem and mattere referrli.g to the, propoeed bond kaane, whir-h ls walting on | Ihe ecUon of the ilaaaarhueatta eeea*ano s,?. thal they have n-t been ahle 10 B , ... ... -. -aninantoattona '?? l'"!ll",|,i| aloner Proutj m nry detall. He wtlmatOd lhal the pollcy of the road wlll he ,., - tofnp? rtHctu wlta all lawa, ruie* aad reguUtlona of the governaaaad authontie*., Dd natlonal r*ieacnl at th. I onfcrenre hetween Mr i-:ii,ott and th. it ?rnej BoBesral a , Thomaa i 'iW^. ass.stant to Mr M K.. noid, w.,. h.,s actlva ?lu.;** "f ,he ratlgal i of tha n>* H*ven roatenv Thls la regardel e-. l.-r.-llnB Imgl 188*0 the rllscuaalon. .,s beui'.nif on | ;r M ,|lon Mr M-Itevr.old. "P???* . . ... ?t hav Ing b.- h '"" r' ., ... Mf . .-. Bad asaerted that th ronfer-- ? ' rWWn Mglit on .cveral f tha Ne. Haven prohbm .., ciarh. UeCtmtt and Marhle with w hon. Mr fflUOtl COnfl '? .... -n thal eertaln pubttahed dia patchea regarding the rep-.rt <n the \\ .,. - Ingford dlaaator ware taawcurate, BBlsleao Ba* and una.thorlierl. although lt I* un MrotJOOd that the-. gave him BO Inkllng as lo the nature af the findir.K* Came to Eaxbang* Re.lroading View*. M- BlBJOtl aa^e r.ut this statement to nlghi n, asBtenhtlo. of his viait th flTanh* i ? ?? ? ? ? ?when i waa proaldeBl of tha No-thrrn , . ? i tried to knoa peraoaaJly th? ... ot the Inteeotate Comaaerce and ef the state Ratlroad Commlaalon, te meet them Bccaatonall] nnd to nis.-uss with them Informally .-? ? ' lereol ate t.ng the rafl* .?;?,a thelr emplov-s and thelr pOtTOtUl ?,,, te eachavnga ^le?a aboul raOroad metl-od* ? ? I want to do the s?me In the l.aat. and I bava been trvlng t<. rall upon the Interetate CiBiBBarca < ommission evee -dnea i looh op my new work, on SeP tember ! The aYaaoful eea*Men1 ti.?t mornlng the dhatuoalow with the aaanea* rhuaetta PuMk Rervh-e I ommlsslon flbOUt the issue of rlebenture hondB for the Nea Haven mnn *nd certata gua*atlona of erganlaatton have preventeri mv rom lag to Wa*hingt->n untll tn-dav ?Mv .aii upon these membera ef the ,-ommlsslon who are in t..wn Messr* Clark. M.-<'hord *nd M*rh!e wa? purelr Informal. and I aow them individually ln th.-lr respe. tive offl.-es "1 nlso .-allerl to pav mv reape' ta to the Attornev General. and diariisserl wlth him. tn a wh'Uv Informal manner. the K,nera' rallr-.ad BtttWtlea ln the. T'nlted State* nnd ln New Kngland "There was no attempt or Infentlon on bl* nsrt or on mlne to r.a.h any rOetetB* M.n about any of the qaeafJaaa that have been dlacuaaaal alnce the report maria bv the interetate Ctmrnt/ret CenaBBaWloa and Issiierl b) Mr. Preajt] lat- ln J'"ie ?I bope t? call OpOO some of mv frlenda in fon?rrr.s? thoaa rreaa the flTeot, ?? w.-ll as some from thr Kast and to re? turn to New York Wednesrla, afternoon" i_ a BOARD ASSAILS NEW HAVEN Oonnecticut Oommission Tella of Oauses of Wreck. H-irtford, COnn., Sept il The P ihlle ITtfltttea <'ommls*lon af ( onne-tlcut ln Its report to-day on the NeW Haven RaUroad wreck nt North Haven on ?*-**? tember ". la whkb iwentj one paraona lOei thelr llvra. Bajri thi- 0888881 of th* wr.-'-k were ??|.a-k af an adOCjUaU signal system. Had signal 8 eonnrcted wlth * dlstant Blg.ml the englneers of the Whlte Moun lam Kxpress would have IJ-eSfl war i-d of the posltlon of the Bar Harhor aerond aeetlon when BtU hnM a bbbbo dlstant. "Iiror-hin^- of *lx passenger tralna iwlth the aiKnal avatem then ln BOO) ln the Im Mttl -. -tion l^iwcn Walllngford nnd tha Alr f.lne. Junction. ?Beckleaa runnlng tn a for- on the part of T.nglneer Wands. of the Bar Harhor Kxpress. who pasaed blo.k signal llarhea lt indlrated Btop, and the ronaequent dearlng of signal ^. for the rtr.t aeetlon ,,f traln !>:, followlng. "Kallure of Fl.igman Murr.y. of the Har Harhor P^press. to go l.ack a sufflHen dtatanee to offrr any protectlon whatever to hls traln "The indlfference of Conductor Adamr of the ajar Harhor ata^veea. wha dM not ahow aafaclenl totorogl m the aoioty ef hl* traln when he knew a traln wa*i f..l low.ng to see that hls flagman was doing hls duty, and Mr atOfgatag hf. traln and ealilng ta the gagaaaa, wh. ?jH?wlaa would have beam left to fl.8 the fl hit* Mountaln Kxpress. , . "Kng.ne.r Mlllers reckle.s "****"? the arhtte Mountaln K>l?re? '> * ?? Bad hls ranrre tO -ontro, Ma traln and he Pre;ared,oatop before P."1n?"?"a128 CONFESSES TO ROOSEVELT Ex-Butler Lost Prize Ring, but Says Fob Can Be Found. Mmeola, I*ong Islan.l, Sept. 23-<olonel Rooaevelt motored to the county aeat frefa Oyster Bay to-day to ohtaln the confesslon of hla ex-hntler, c;eorg? R. Parker. who ig In Jall here The man ad mltted thnt he had taken $11,000 worth of ph.nder from Colonel Roosevelt's houae, accordtng to Conrad, the Jaller, and de ?lr-d tr ask the colonel to Intercede wlth tlie J :dge who will try him. Colonel R'.oaevelt was very anxioufl to recover a gold fob an.l a jade ring. a glft to him hy a South Amerlcan dlplomat. Parker aald that the f*?h could be re-1 rovered. hut that he had lost the r'.ng. WATTS QUITS AIR RACE Won't Enter International with Cotton Balloon. , [By Teleflraph to The Trlhune.) Kaaaaa (Jlty, m<>., Sept. 23- The rnited Btatee will compete ln the international halloon ra..- from Paris, on October 12. v itm oaly two. Inetead of thre<\ baiio*>ns, becaoao the third i? made of eotton. John Watf", the Amerlcan entrant from K *n^as t'ltv oWflfl the cotton halloon. and a COttOB halloon eannot CBITJ a* BBUCb ballaal or hold gas aa long a.? ? silk bal? loon. Pllota helnt' BQBfll la sklll. the man wlth the greate?t amount of Imllast staya the lonRest ln the alr, whleh is the main ,-.-,m !? .ntion ln the international con tent. tlie Wlnning halloon helne the one thal eovera th.- ""gaateet nUeago Mr w'att >.i\? 'i bavfl wlthdraam fn.m the international race hecause the only bag avallahb- for my use |s a eotton one ln Kurope, lt is cooaldered that a rotton halloon han no ehancfl ln eompeti tlon wlth a allk on.- Silk begfl will un doubtedlv te 'isefl by tlie other eontest ri'its. and l de not <are to compete with them under such a handlmp " Alan Fl Hawley, presldent of the Aero .'!'!>- of Amerlca, aald reaterdaj "Cap? tain John HoneywelL of St Loula, and his nid, Henry Wade, of Tofcado, and Raipii L'peon, :*n<i Creton, hla aid, have ; r .. : - illed foi riani ? aith tn.-ir i.ai ! [one] wi l. i bellevo i ai riea a allk hnllooi, of hia own n inufacture, bul rpson haa fl halloon if rubberlaed cotton. much m..re impervioua to leakaga than a m* r? ?. arnlal eo cotton balloon -a - HOPES FOR TOMBS RELIEF Judge to Prepare Biil Aimed at Congostion. Judge Bwann, <>f Oeneral Beoatona, yen terda\ said he intended t? frame a 1 11 .. . ear wblcb, If eaa* ted, would aid in reiieving ii.e aanual fall rongeetlen in the ludge Bwtnn'a bttl would create .4 ./ .... ... al Bei rtoi a Inatead of fl..,. i , |or thi raenl atem tbere may bo a Part \ contln ied. bul certain judges ,. . . ..... ?n thi re, and aeaeratiy then are 01 t? r ;n;i:r,K fl , .. . . a that under the tstet* l?g .... n ? ... ... aatonal itatk ? j dg* Maloi ?? baa bad four aad one-half HlOnthfl Of v.*.atl..n -4ace Jan* Btaee Januai - flalary has < v thal rati I - waa paid al .. .. j , .. ? ? tbe a tual time be ipenl on the beneh. - .. January I Judge Jjulqueen h?? had three months off, Judge ClBla three FRISCO'S RED LIGHTS TO BE EXTINGUISHED Notoriou8 Barbary Coast To Be Abolished?Vice Long Flourished There Openly and Unashamed. [ By TO-.r-.ph to The Trhune 1 Pnn Francisco, Sept. 23.?The order paased by the Police I ommlsaloners last nlght clamplng rhe Hd down on all the dance halla of the famous Barbary Coast will put out of existence one of the most plctureaque features of the night life of San Franciaco. For many yeara the Har l^ary *'<>nst has heen notorlous bocaooe of the latltude ajlowed to the proprletors of divts and dance hall". San Francisco vlce has alwajrfl heen Open nnd appareatly unashamed. much as lt Is ln Pai?, Port Sald or < alm. The Barbary <'oant. theugk often tbreatened by the heavy hand of police regulatlon, managed to rlourlsh In all Its Oriental Bamboyaace untll reeently, when so< lety women made a practhe of slummlng in autotoobtlee and ro many s.-andals re sulted that the pallee were for^ed to take a hand in lts regulatlon. The deadly feature of the new poll -e rules, that go Into effoct after next Tue day nlght. I1- the prohlbltion of danrlng in Bay of the saloona. That e.ll't will k:ll and one-half. Judge Foater one and three BtiarterB, Judg*C Swatm oaa and a half an.l Judge Roaaiaay three areek* Ac-ordlng to the recjrds k> pt by Ed? ward R. t'arroll, clerk of (Jfiieral S?? ?!..ns, the averaK.- 8666808 in Oeneral B06> slons last sprlnjc was shorter by an hour and a half than the averaKe seaslon lr. th? I'rlmlnal Branch of tlie Sipreme Court, where Justlce Seabury and Justlct, Ooff were sitting AUTO KILLS HANNAH MAID Filled with "Joy Riders," It Crashes Into Sign Post. f H Tel?--;-apri to Th.- 1 rlt.nne ! Poughkeepele, K. I . Bept tt Loooa rittis. a r.iald BBBPiOyed by Mrs. John Hannah, of New Vork. was kllled thla e\eiiln?v B BBB h large tOUrlBg l ar ln which she an.l six Other lervaata Of Mr- Han? nah were returatag from a "Joy ride" te POughkeepale tr. the summer home of Mrs. Hi nnah at Bhadow Lodge, Milihrook. aktdded nnd craahed Into ;< aign i"ct at iVaahlngtaa Hollirw, elgbl mllee eaat ofl The chauffeur BV'lt.lam BattenBeld, ofl v M Eaat MCh Btreet New Vork. waa taken to t/BBBBI HOBpttal with aerlous ln-j hirlea -.-. DR. CHAPMAN AND I, COBB SAIL., I?r. J Wllbur Chapmaa, the evaagetlet .,,...,. cntlj returned from a four of the Bd on the I.usltanla early this I for Bcotland, wbere he arlll hold mlflalttnfl la the large cltlea for the aast -4a montba Other paaaengera were irvin .. ..... Edward Bell, aecreUrj of the Hritish Btnhaay ln l-ondon. Ix>rd Euatace ?,.,,.. secrcurj of the Brlttah Ei ,,, IV-iehtnaton: l>r W B Norman. BUr gMn aeneral of the Brttlsh nai .,,. . \ de Carrtere. wife of ti a B ie I .,? M Dlfltl : or Fm.ui' e. I all the picturesquenesa of theae danea halla. aa It will ellminate the very feature that has drawn crowdfl of women every nlght. and haa proved ao great an flt tra* tlon to the curloua tourlat who wished to aee all the sighta of the under world. Thia rule will cloae the doors of ??Splder" Kelly's and "Tim'* MoClrath'a placea, both l'auious for the eccentrlc danclng of pro fesslonal entertalnei s before crowda af epectatora who drank cheap beer at fl B botile and equally cheap champagne at from I3to|5i bottle. Both "Spider" ai.d "Tim'' were once llghts of the prlae ring. Then they be cam?* promotera of puglllam, and flnally they fl.ttlcd down aa proprletora af dance i halls with saloon attachmer.ta. They I built experi8i\e danclng floora. wlth a. } circle of boxea aurrounding them. and '? every night saw eager crowds of young men and alummlng partlcfl of both aexea aittlrig at theae tables and watclung lh?? j danclng of all the newest "rags." After midnight nearly every one jomed in the danclng, ar,d ofteri tlie BOCtOty woman outrlvalled the professlonal danc er in her daring. In other and-cheaper places sailors and soldiers were the chiei attendanta Then there were raotauranta, like CxHur's and Sanguii.etti'a. where bo hemian mannera prevailed an*l iaadag and alnging by prOfBBBfOBBla BnllTOned the dinner. [ CANT OUST POLICEMAN Man Whose Site Once Hid a ', Scuss Game Appeals in Vain. After reading affldavlts Bllbmltlad by j the poii.-e Department Juetlce 'juy dis I mtaaad yeoterday the appiication for ?n injun*. tlori made by I.ouis Schoenb?-iK t'> ; restraln Pollce * ommlssloner Waldo from ! keeplng a policeman stationed in a room I In the rear of hla clgar atore ln F.ast ' HoUBtOn street The answer of the PottCO I'epartmenl was tha.t the pla.-e had kOBfl formeily run i hy one I'avld W'olf ost. nsihl> as a dflOT i atore, but it was all aged thnt tke atore ! only acted aa a shteld for a atusa game I that was cooducted in the bach rooaa | The pollce sald that Scho.-nherg had ad j mltted karlng worhed fer "Doftar John." who.se name was connt. ted with thr < aae Of Lieutenant Becket In reply to the complalnt thnt the prea enee of the pollce was interferlng Wlth hla legltlmate buelneaa, the f-ofteo ro'.i tli* court that the patrolman on duty re malne.i ln the rear room and ln no way lnterfere.l wlth the store or its pa'.rone. FENDER FAILS TO SAVE GIRL Victim Rolls Off and Is Crashed Under Trolley Car. Katgarat Laa, s;x \ears old. was kllled bj B troUej car In front .*f her home. N". BJ Fergen street. Hrooklyn. last evenltu. - . .-.as rauaht up ln the fender, but r-.lled off and waa crushed by the front tiu.k. Her hody remained plnned under the rar untll a wie.-kum . ir arrived wlth a hoisting Jn. k The little vietim was s ,(:i\e when released. but died OB the way to I-ong. island rollege Hoapital. 76 YearV Experience and Reputation as Piano Specialists ANNUAL FALL SALE 0F ebuilt (JJt) Piano Alao a llmited number of br.nd NEW PIANOS & PLAYER-PIANOS of varioug well.knov.Ti makeg reduced .hrough change of case deaigns for 1914. SAMPI F INSTRUMENTS USED for DEMONSTRATION and &hib? in WAREROOMS ONLY ALL OF THE HIGHEST PERFECTION AND CARRYING OUR GUARANTEE The Liat Containa Such World-Famcd Namea aa KNABE CHICKERING STEINW. _ HAINES BROS. WEBER cver offered before. Only a few of these bargains can be enumerated here: UPRIGHTS. ? I GRANDS. PLAYER-PIANOS. a MAH4K. IKT, aaeeB, aeeb I OAK, n.ul raa*. AI.HRKCIIT . CO., KHONINt.KR. ehonv. JA(4)B BROS.. pkasK. liaaaaTMae , ig* a .ii'nii umik nitii-... fiii , /. mah*a*niy. ( lllt KKKINI.. .IAMKI* * HIII. HTRiiM. Baahaajaay. Ilk* li. w . 4 IIICKKKIN,.. 4 HARI?MAN.mah-.*arv w.,,r ettetea ? II 4INK*> BR4IS., ma laeaaay, aaab *, KNABK. roae. r-aah . KNABK. malioK*ny, 4 KNABK. mahnaany, lateat caae d**l*n, aaefe 8888 30.i 3<si 3-'.'. :ino 888 ?i.-.o 3.MI . 400 4'J.", 188 r.rai BSO ly. \n, 1'iim rl HAl.IKTT * 1IA1IS. 1700 parlor, nleb '*?">? CHICEKBDCO, 88)8 1VKBKR. * HARHMAN. roae. $65 90 115 125 130 175 185 190 205 210 285 290 340 ? KNABK. mlannnett. ?>o-- ' maheaaar, aaeh *3o5 KNABK. baby, roee, 2 HARHMAN. msh?v* ?? bahy. eaeh. ?? gYBBBBTT, aeat, BiaBll al* . a knabk. ramadeleg, lour rlml,-*. v.MI r,:,o BJ. $225 310 390 395 ANfiKl IS-4 ABI Nll . ? 8380 a ri.AVKiw. 81 aaa* ?rt . dltlnn. >iirh. II HI II, lahlHJBOT B8 lintc. llke *?**, ?>no Bl rh R.'.o 410 ,% KNABK. raaa, r,-nir.dele.l. llke n.-w. knaiik i oni KRT 1.4W0 i.H.ANi) (*rtBH noed). ?.TKlNiv.AY. baby, 9?? IBtf a**a ? >??? KNABK. ralgnen, .??" 700 B8I R.'.O KNABK. mlan.in, maheaany . ARMSTRONIi. ma baatanr. BB-aaaai 410 S MARMIAI.I * 1VKN BKI.I., Uieat pHtt.rn. .V.n *??. iinte. , af h. flT", 700 TJS ft',0 KNABK. n* hiT* 88g KNAHK-ANI.KI.IM. IJBOg KNABK -ANIiKI.IJ*. UU KNABK ANI.KI.I 8, l.onn $50 275 295 390 410 440 495 550 565 585 595 610 645 IIAINKS. de luxe. naahopaey B8IWB. mlaamn HAINKS BRI?*V. de lu\. KNABK, d* lu\e. LIBERAL ALLOWANCE for PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE Terms as low as $5 monthly on some of the above instruments W.reroom. Open from 8.30 A. M. Until ?.S0 P. M. During Thi. S.lo. We invite compamon. You do yomtelf aninjustice if you do not dnt permit tn (o dtmonstrate our Ihe of piano* And player-ptanos before pmchamt. An early call it advited in order that you may secare the piano of your chotce. KNABE WAREROOMS Sth Ave. Corner 39th St.