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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915.
4 4- Si 1 1 i !t! i? Si 'M p i J! m 1 t p III BECKER WRITING POST MORTEM TO DENY HIS GUILT Is Prppnrins Stntcmriit in Df-atli IIoiim' To 13c Pub lic After Execution. ATTACK ON WHITMAN I'KATL'HKS DOCUMENT Ojsi.vt.vrj, July 57 Charles Rrkr walteI cuterl' In the, death house all day for his wife to come to him with, he put It, "koo1 n." The news he wan looking for evidently was his wife's won! for It that Justice Ford had granted him ft new trial. After :t very long day Becker arose thin tnornlni: an hour after sunrise Mm. Becker did arrtve at the. prison, hut not with the word her husband had been looking for She. drove up to King King at o'clock this evening In one of the station automobiles and greeted news paper men she knew pleasantly. After only a few minutes of delay she was conducted back through the prison to the death house, where she talked with Becker until It was time to return to Manhattan on a train leaving here at 9:12 o'clock. She carried no legal documents with her, as she did last night, tut merely brought the evening papers to Becker and then had a long talk with him about hli case. Before leaving Manhattan Mrs Be kcr had conferred with his counsel at their oHleea. It Is the opinion of people close to Becker that If he escapes the chair next Friday morning he will go on then steadily In a fight for freedom, a fight which for persistence will be likened only to that which was waged f suc cessfully by Albert T I'atrick. But at the present stage of the proceedings, Becker, so It Is said by those who talk to him, seems to be making a mental fight with himscif against placing too much stock upon ny bit of encouraging news that may be brought to him. Over- confidence during the next two days, lie realizes, vvojM only make the blow all .Z . : '. . t . . 1 .u ui naruer 11 ne were iu irni i 1 last moment that his eleventh hour fight had Leer en unsuccessful. , rli.B n P.-.l-Murteu, Ue.iL 1. In the meantime te cgraph managers wars busy s iperlntendmg the instal- ,n.m ,.f intniment. -nouiih to keen ten extra operators imil a chief operator busy, on the seconq no. nosj nouM! across man wum 111 main entrance to the prison. The in- struments aro for thu Uie of the news paper men who are to uitne.- the exe cutlon if it takes place Friday morning Despite whatever denials that may be forthcoming. It may ne sain aumorua lively that Becker Is preparing a state incnl wnicn IS 10 oc maue iiuimi; 111 , jne ev-eni 01 ma ui .. . , be su.u i ..... . v. ; y V' - tement will be an affirmation of In-. statement nocence of any connection with the murder of Ilos-.-nthal. He realizes now, it Is said on the tarns good au'jiou'y, tint his d &avoai of any guiit of grafting In tr.u long stale-1 ment he Issued early Jast vveeK. weuK- ened the statement In the minds of I countless people who ore morally cer- lain inai ne nau ouiauieu vast sums inijonn Harrison at j'atierson. i'utnam , a short time while hind of the strong county, will be executed first. It all arm raid ng xjuad. Nevertheless In the 1 depends upon which shows the greater j statement he Is now working on he will self-control, the man with the better not admit that he took money Illegally grip upon hlrr.velf always being selected ' f remi gamblers. His death hour stale-1 to go last. I ment will, In a word, be a defence of I If Haynes is making any statements himself as u "rnartvr" sent to the elec-'or trying to get a stay of execution, no trie chair by a District Attorney anxious one Is making his, view public here or to make political capital out of hU tun- In Manhattan. The execution of Becker I vlctlon and dtatli sentence. (and Haynes next Friday would leave Shortly after the Court of Appeals re- tnentv-threw condemned nrlsoner. In th. I fused lo mve Becker a third trial one of deith house cells and the' eight cells hi friends urged him to begin a cam-' used to take care of the overflow pend palgn of publicity with a statement In'lng the completion of twenty-five cells which he was to den that he was guilty now being constructed In a new exten of murder but admit the graft charses. Bon to the death house "Be frank and open to the public. , ! Charley," the. friend pbaded with him.' Tell a clear, clean cut story of yourj TOUCHARJJ ADMITS THEFT, operations In the Tenderloin, how much money jou got. where you got lt and; Tennis Star Pleads (iullty t t-i. ;wu Ms, t-ini 1 1- 1 rw I w nidi HUCn j a statxent wi:i be corroborated. Any corroliiratlon sets the public to thinking and talking and mucn might rotult In' your favor." Itrfnaril to Admit Kraft. Becker not only refused to dp this but. is usual wnen tin Is opposed, he brought to an end the close friendship"! . . . "l'. which had obtained between him and his contl.lant. Among his present regrets. h6wever. Is one which bears on this, odvlce. of his friend; If he does not as the 'result of the'?,; 'T, a!!,artm't they missed present hearing before Justlcel Ford Ve. , bMu Y!ll.u!1 at. 'l,or than 00. His celve a third trial he Will be strapped In the chair believing that among his other mistake was his refusal to begin a pub. ncu campa.gn 01 some sort Immediately jrt of Appeal, reX '.rAPP,.;iN cMef regreto I now, ne my, are that he did not take the stand in his o-.vn defence at h s 'sst. trial and that he did I not m!k. nM long the story concer eJnr.!! I ie hd with ; V I occasion now he is known to show flurries of anger when he reads that some of the public look upon the story f Tim fiulllvan as the last minute statement of a desperate man who makes accusations involving . h.. man. He could hav told the story In I nn ,iciau wniie nig nm was alive hi ay hotly, except for his promise- "to neep me uig reiiow out of It ln Sine- convict who says he overheard the Jlot-cnfat informers "framlnc" nicker In the Tombs, to .ome to Albany fur examination In order that thu Governor might dl out the truth. The fJover nor, Decker will Ir.flst, In questioning Murphy at Albany when he knew that a court was about to ps upon Murphj's Affidavit short:..-, was only continuing what Ilecker looks upon as vindicative "persecution " l' With the Nun. Although Decker remained up late last night In order to read the legal papers hruught to him by his wife, he was out of his ot before other Inmates of the death house had begun to .stir this rnorninc H nte his breakfast with unimpaired appetite and at soon as tho mornlriir. papers he subscrlheji for wero hand&d to him, he read every word nbout hi own case with cloho at tention. When he had llnlslied his own papers h borrow ell from the other death hoiihe cniivtcls and read h trime with cart: aim The two extia days of life granted to him did not .eim to be of more than passing interest to Ilecker -his great est ciiiiiirn was ns to whether or not a nee he hav a 1 llvan and lfarrv r,.iv..iVm "-'"ling won many sectional championships, The, Matcment he will Issue In r,,.. ' ""V "m. "r'o. -viahK.i he Is nut to death this week wH, he Is I 'does-ri5t Know nis ago. He, Joined quoted sj. say.nK. brlns troubled ,hc ",rnIval. Clr Company In Keattl., thoiiKht, .0 oov WhltmVnconSrn "V, f"r '1H It will not even admit that the Oov. lu,." '0rf- 'i JjT thVl.h', ci'm" ... Uomm,... ..... o V to Nea- ork on Monday nlrht Ust to un" 'UJ " mn! b" Er itited to hint. Next 'TU m A CAREFUL INVESTIGATION will trY that ef all farms af ImrMtmant tha safest and feeit are aur 5 GUARANTEED MORTGAGES LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. HURD, President Capital, Surplus A Pr.$9,000,000 .'.3 UMrtf t...V T. 1M Uafr Ht .na. to this he showed most Interest to I" whether or not Justice Kord Intends to summon him or any others to testify at the hearing lowaru convincing jusuce rora tnan any affidavit or groups of affidavits would. Becker was very well please-d with the argument put up In h' behalf yes. lrday by Bourke Cockran before Jus- tlce Kord. After he had read the papers ne, went out into tne small exercising court Isttween the death houe and the east wall of the prison, where con- demned men get a bit of fresh air apart from the other prisoners. The court Is long and narrow, measuring 15 by SO feet. Here Becker sometimes plays handball with Hans fc'chmldt. the choice oi exercising Deing nivineo smong nana- ball, brisk walks around the little en-; closure or a vigorous game that oriel-' natfd In Italy, In which havy wooien balls are a part of the equipment. The condemned men are taken out Into this enclosure In squads of eight. j Johnson Tells of Statriurnt. ' The marked Interest shown by officials ' nd prisoners In Becker's case Increases as the hour set for his death approaches. There are many to be found in and ' around the prlnon who ir.si.t stoutly' tr.at they believe Becker Is Innocent of murder.' Assistant r-h..?.. ,V tnhnA .in,...k ' o n l'n, JiZt " rUle "rV r,t' - ont about expressing any c... :.,n he may hold as to Becker's gut.t r inno-, Becker Insisted throughout the day V, ' , ", "' nZi,ni,rAlv , I revelation that llosenthal m ght make Is roi.i, ir um n sen ence recently was that he not only Is willing but extremely V.Vd. that all of the evidence ,,1 I r-w a'1,le b' th' overwhelming proof commuted by Oov itm.n to a life anxious to be brought to Manhattan l" "Bk'??B conviction , he ' 'm,',IIH ln ,h" th "a',,al,'n from the old pr.on to tell his story at the hearlnj and sub- "JS?,1. l,irl p. I b-fore thv murder step had beer, taken lo Auburn this morning, mil to an examination. . n WIA IT'm: rem've IMm nihil from the Jurlsdlc- Charles Frederick ftlelow. a bulky -If the cr.urt will listen to my story Vatl.,u" went before the Tun" "" "'5- a"'1' that th re-1 t?'r recently convicted of murder In from my own tip." he Is quoted as say- 'the'Ucond trron'th. '""tlSo'n y of fused to be a party .ven to theM mea.-, ing0'-' tK' '.'I" th" h,...""1 llfV' Jscl van. The point of the meet- ires for Ilos.nthal's removal, on the , Wnr 8ln tr,,' tmn1K .i'1 Uh.it I have to say will go far more , r. nt- Tim w.iiiu-an -nA ground that h had much more to fear tent-nnn person ronoemnei 10 aeatn "fn tr . uKllt-' 'lU'-tions:! C,ari?,. Bt the second trial, and says rteel.r y a ,k,aI,ks . have ha'1 'lth that this new evidence destroys the , 7 m ,hlnkv. ,ve U'n Pfy, whole theory In regard to Pecker hav L rfc.t0 ? m t0 he neV'r ha "I'-'l'iK remained silent about other new xth!nit,haTVvnr,,,;n,;mpr!:,;rn ; Mt Mr cockran a ,hls: ZSZT'iJZ hr'ten I """" rf. f ti .i. . L . I un uic iciiuiw r.e nas maue to I tie. 1 "There Is nothing I have to y. or lean .ay. at present a. to arrange-nent. 1 for giving out a last hour statement 1 r,.i.... - . . 1,rrer in case ne goes to tne. chair Krlday leaving such a statenvnt. If ucn a staiement be forthrom ng. how. ever, I am sure that It will contain no ! " P'L",a'i" ' ew.r- i.r ,n sum a siaiemeni win oe to reaffirm his Innocence." AH privileges that Becker has bven enjoying since he .came to the death ' elfalU. be continued Until some time on I Thursday These, privileges small In I themselves, but . highly prized by the 1 nouse win. even ir his new trial nlej ,nu ,..l.. ne j.11.. , xtrcitt and permission to keep foun- .tuin pens, paper and other small but .,.... nMm.,m , llaynes to tile nn Friday No decision has been made so far about which ,pf the condemned men at! present "doomed to go to the chair on Friday morning. Becker and Hum Haynes. the mulatto, who' killed Mrs. , In fiolf Balls. Oustav F. Touchard. formerry na. tlonal Indoor tennis champion, pleaded guilty yesterday through his counsel. George Gordon Battle, to grand larceny 111 me seconu degree before Judgu Ilosalsky of General .Sessions. The In-' dlctment charged him with stealing golf 1 li'"', from the Abercromble & Fitch fnmn.nl- a. SS l..t. t-ui-... Company street. Member of the company stated that wnne 'joucnard was manager of their counsel declared that he had fallen Into ' temptation through worry over debts 1 occasioned by the Illness of his young 1 wife, who died In May of last year SIki Kmellne ""Imes. daughter of Vl'm o! 105 .: ,7 -" Many frJfnd? J at. Jouchard wero in eourt on hlB hth,,Xt Although he Is ?.n':, A6 5 tarM old.Vhe. ha ad a spec iscuiar rarrer on ira tennis courts, hav- tence on Friday. ESKIMO WAS TOO WARM. Shed 5ralsbin Tosjs fuller thr White Mshts and Was Arrested Steve Natuck Is an Eskimo, four feet r-ee the slghti. 'Allgntnig from the train at tfa Pennsylvania station he mw some (treat white lights. The llirhts and cheer caused him to shed his thb'k sealskin coat and later his fur breeches. Then ho ran along Seventh avenue until I'ollcfman Dulaney halted hint nnd took him to the West Thirtieth street station, In the Yorkvllle court yesterday Mag. iHtrate KoenlK tfild Natlu'k to rejoin his company In Kutherford and keep away, from the big city. I AMERICAN SHIP WRECKED. Schooner Malllr C. Mnrvll Ilr- trnyril Off West Inillnn Isliiml, WillguhtAp, Curacao, July '.'7 The American schooner 8'sllle C. Marvll was wrecked near Hnen Atre, a Uutcli West Indian Island near the Venezuelan coast, on July "2 Tbe crew was saved and arrived her to-Uay. The schooner Is a totul lops. The captain ;ind crew will ltnve fur New Votk on the 'Caracas. The Kalllf O, Marvll wan built In 1901 nt Sh irptown.. She was owned by A, II 1 tin was continued on nan tor en- 1 toil h. , -... Il.i.i n ...... I Hull ii Co, She was of 5C5 tons gross, '' ..Ul aiiliii.,., ,, ... . Jl '' .11 BECKER'S FATE RESTS NOW ON COURT'S POWER Contlnvrd Item flrtt I'age. If before received would probably have changed the verdict: If such evi dence has been discovered since the trial and Is not cumulative; and the failure to produce It on the trial was not owing to want of diligence. The court In such caseii can. however, compel the personal appearance of the aflan-s before It for the purposes of their personal examination and cross-examination under oath upon the contents of the affidavits which they subscribed. This u the issue wnun justice roru , ,J I. I. 1.1. .1..... .t.y.1,1. . , ' . .. .. .. 1 u,, -" n".tV.Vf pker the Sunday night before the imlrder was known to Becker at the m. t,ii threfnro. Mr n.e. kn, arKUes. Is not within the limits of th. COde prescribing the evidence unon which a new trial can be granted The rest of the new points raised by Mr. rockran's new affidavits are not of suf- flclent weight to merit a new trial, and are controverted by the affidavits filed by Mr Perkins, the District Attorney believes. Mr. Perkins takes a great deal of space In arguing nd citing court de-' riions to prove mat justice rorn s powers are -those granted hy the statute ' nted He says that much, of the new) evidence Is hearsay and Irrelevant t that I such parts of It as come within the meaning of the term "newly discovered" r not of sufficient worth to have 1 ' iA,n,v in ma nr.i rcum,n nn Mnn. . . ..... .-..! . - ... ... . crange.i tne vernn'i or tne jury ir pre- Trie court Is not reduced to unv such rented at the trial. Ista'e of he.pltssnesv Through I's on Mr Cockran upholds nt great length 1'heret powers, .is we'.: as by virtue f hi belief that th court's iowers are the code. It has the same power, exer not limited by the statutes, but arejeed o vigorously a-d benefl (ally by powers Inherited from the King's Heneh. i Mr. Justice Hooker in the Uenham case, He says that the new evidence Is the 1 to require before this defendant Is ex key to other evidence offered at the ecuted that the State must first review ni wmcn covin not nve in unuer- -1,1(101 except In th- light of the new I affidavits. He quotes District Attorney t m.i. e tti.... 1 In th ra.e the i.'.nriM r.m nrt 1 . V . . "' "' , silent during h! tna.. not through any f d"credl'abl. revelation or re- uctf "r , ,0 n ditnaitlnir con- """"' hxS thr0UK "fl"1" InvulK' In fi tirnm I. IImII mnrmil.fi, : "'." . , exiravagani. mate , nis cor.ouri in and extravagant, indeed Ms conduct la i ""."'."".,"""" w1?,r'' lt n.o: ""bllshed by unqutstlon- needed it ouM be con, d.red nVr. :.r" , j , v . ' , i lbl'- ''ut ,n-" '. t. . nJIn,"a';e "ct. , " ' ""i, r'c ,u ''Vy- ni tne uistnct Attorney de - " . m-, Cockran con'nds, because It does not '"t'P-ement 'he testimony of Jack Sulll-1 n - an,',1' but relates 10 en- i r 1 e ujm twrjrii 1 --------- IL w 11 A Great Public Utility THE automobile has long ceased to be merely an expensive luxury, and is now an economic necessity as well to the farmer as to the department store or in any occupation where expedition or economy can make its use valuable. By means of the automobile the outlying country is being brought closer to the big cities, and the values that are created in this way more than offset any ordinary expenses which the owners of automobiles may develop, either in the way of daily upkeep, depreciation or wear and tear. What is gathered from the ground and capitalized certainly reflects the prosperity of the entire community, and money obtained from crops and thrift, even though it goes into automobiles, graphophones and piano las, really puts into circulation new wealth and the country benefits accordingly. With good crops this fall, every expectation of the automobile manufacturers should be ful filled, while the anticipated reduction in profits per car will unquestionably be more than com pensated for by increased sales. The Harriman National Bank would be glad to see every farmer and merchant in possession of an automobile, first for his use in his indus try, and second for his pleasure, for there is a weighty economic factor of efficiency in the social conditions that surround labor IANKINQ HOURS FROM I A. M. TO I P. M. WE DEPOSIT VAULTS I A. M. TO MIDNIGHT HARRIMAN NATIONAL BANK FIFTH AVENUE AND 44TH ST.. 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"Here hen, is the question b';r' , the court,' he continues. -On the fa-'ts nt out in these affidavit and conceded by the District Attorney, It Is now up. parent that the whole case, erected sgair.t the defendant (Its founditlon and Its superstructure) Is based upon fraud ar.d perjury Becker never had ' the conversation with Rosenthal de- i scribed by Kose, on thi trial and which led the trial court to charge the Jury I rhji ih.r. was evidence that the tor i : . ,,.. .,. v.,,...-- r..,- r"i" "-r v. 'hal and BecKer "The suggestion that the defendant from his disappearance than from the testimony which he might give. MIstaLr .VI ay Cost l.lfe. Vrtlnst thl ms of new nroof the. .VK.illiei nil nn" ' I'iwi met District Attorney scirr-ly lnterposs a , , ' Cenlal. But he claims that the court powerless now to consider It His con tentlon Is that the defendant must be executed, not because it can now be con- slder-d stabllshed that he actually committed the crime uf killing iloscn- thai, but because he remained sll'-it on the trial Insteid of taking the stand on, nis own nenair. in otner words, it is contended that this court must permit th.s defendant to be deprived of his life, not because he klll-d or procured the killing of another, but be.iute he made u mistake in the manner of conducting his trill. . no ,.re,e.-;ei. proot o: w men is r.ot questioned and wn.cl is utterly subversive of the theory upon wh.ch the defendant wu ..,.vi,t.,i Mr Perkins's supplemental brie.' mage, tnree points . first, that the oour' J"""' 10 l.-herent powers ove the lu'JmAu. '.c ?" W" r,urt eJ"-'pt ,tho;' 5"s"lbei ,,.b, . ' cor''1' h.' - wSffiZtit :nr pin n: euDer. V ai.or. HO and .hnn are i-umiilai. ih hi. Tim J'"', " Tmu,a"AV . B Tm r kn-w about Tt 'and' Kdwara , ,K , ,ta,em. t t ,at H0fe h.d 16 S5o L - h, P4nw Vim ! Tl " arilnV t I.. .... . . r insinuation. i denied ny Hose and nlrr, At.elbaum. Hi Tim. .iiPi- Harr Apelbaum. Big Tim s secretary. Ockrnn Asserts Conrt Has Power. Mr Cockran s supplemental br.ef :,o makes three p trts first, that the DIs- trlft A,tor.,y ln hl, brlf c.ert a CJ lr the Kederal r'ou-t whi 'h has no In. h,r,n, powrr an(J therefore differs from the .tate court se.or.d. that the King's .Bench never i.a 1 pardon. ng powe-, Hnd. therefore, the (lovernor in this cnu-try does not usurp the functions cf that immim 1 sl court, and third, that the 8uprm Court has Inherent power to grant a new trial. He adds: "This court Is urgently asked to ob serve' that In those briefs submitted by the District Attorney, as In his argu ment yiterday, the facts embodied In the defendant's affidavit are hardly Mar-'guo'lon"'' Th District Attorney places technicalities which he Invoked to pre- .fM tn coim from dolt)(f wnat J(Jj(tCe manifestly requires should b- done." Mr Cockran's attitude Is that the COurt can and should grant a new trial, hlle Mr. Perkins seems only to have argued that the cuurt cannot grant a new trial. --nT . TasTTWrn ITmtrnw MAS- KULA XA1LH TU AUHUKfl ts'n -. h finvrn. n . - moved From 9lu Sin. OsstM.vo, July ST. Mrs. Madeline Fe. War Hart Hnslnrsst Kills Himself. "Mn """"" ..lunuay ... 44-,u -. . .....I cA.l. ' The man who killed himself Monday 1 .. ' nue. Th Bronx, was Identified yeeter-I day as Kdward B. 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Eliminations. nr. P4i'ia SCHOOL. Hoi Is, usrden t'lty. Long i.lind. WALTER K. MAKSll, Hettdmaster. KM DA I. K ttll'NTRT SfllOOI. I acres, near Van Cortlsndt Pk. at :U St, Dy A noardlnr Hoys r S Ilsrkrtt. Meal master, latlmate uacbtar by Bcnolsrlr ilea. FOR t.lHUS A NO TOl'.Ml WOVIKN. THE BAR.VAKO SCHOOL FOR (ilRLN. Klndrrsarten to CoUee. tirsdustes tn ls 1 tag Colleges, tijmnsslumscd Tennis. CU iogue. 423 W est 14MU SUeet. HAMILTON INSTITUTE COR GIRLS. Collrse certUlcalcs. U'lme.tlc Science co-irs. sdTaneed work In Erxlitb snd mod ern Language for High Scaool gradual,. the sri'nnr.st school FomiiRi.H 4iVV wihst Elrmentarv.llish wriwui.no metlrMriere .twrtttirtnl MsryWrsvi- Mlrr, Course I JfelToWcmvl'llsr-Morlndrsmitiis. RIVF.RStnE SCHOOi. ? West End Ave., cor. IftVl St. Klndrrrsrten. Eltmrnury, HlfS School and L'ollrre 1'repsrstloa. Tel. VtO ftlvrr. ROT II SVIAI'.S. TIILIIROWN MIMII. or TI'TOIIINU III Un! J!Ui Street. Tel. Co). Mil. Open sll bummer. A!o Lone Islsnd Jcrv Lout. Br Harbor Orccnwlcn. &c. KTHU'AI. CLLTLKF. SCHOOL Central Park i: and MUty-tMrt str-:. From Klcdcrzartcn to Callece. Athletic HcU, upen Air Ucpartmeat. THIN IIIKECIORV ArPEAIISl IIVII.T A hl'NIIAV. RATES ON HF.OL'KKr. THE SCHOOL. CO I.I. El. E AMI CAMF BL'fir.Af. N. T. Sl'N. N. T. CITV. FOR GIRL'S AMI 101'NU WOMEN, CONVENT STATION. Nsr Jersay. 40 1 nr. uuLLbwk of ST. ELIZABETH . V thoroush rduiallun for slrl. heslnnlns with the Mernndary toures of Instruction and tun llnuln throush lollcse to thu deree uf A. B. or B. S. Also a Seircturlul Course nf nrni'llisl value in those intend ing to enter buslnc". Addre.. THE .MOTHER SI'PERIOIt. ( iintriit M.itlun. New Jer.ri PLAINFIEI.I), New Jersey. COLLEGE OF MT. T. MvRT, Plalnflrld, N. J, Mtuvted on the Watih'inir Mixintaln. Col. lere for oun wnnirn, Eitrntlun courses, high school nd primary drpis. A high class graded school fur yomu l'i and girls. NT. MARY'S. PennayiTsnts. ST. IIF.NF.IhTm 'ir ACADEMY, St. Mao's Elk Co. , Prnns, Elenienlsrr Intermediate and Senior Terms lifsi "0 for 10 month'. I.OKETro, rrnniilianla, i:i 1 BT. FRANCIS COLLEGE and Eulesl (Uul seminars. Loretto, ra ,uth esr 1 hituatton healtlilet In renna Impruve menu prhate riniiu.. ir)ni. HlmmlnK poo) large lamiiiis. Very. Hey ; J I' M DDYI.K. T o It.. 1 D., LI. 11.. President LITITZ, Penns)lsanl. LINDEN HALL SEMINARY I or Girls. Est. lit. Iloolilrt, Address Box 106, I.ltlU, Pa. UETIILEIIE.'I I'enn.) Iiunls. Moravian Seminary College (or Women UETHLEllEM. PA. Accredited. :;ih year .iept. ::, IJIS. H AMIINOTON, D. 0. I Trinity Ciillee. WashlnHon. D. C A fittiiollc In.llvutlon for the hlfhsr sducs.. ton ot women. For particulars addrsia lb Secretsxy. GeoneloKD Yl.llstlon Conrent, Wait) Inflon. O, C. UoarJIn snd day school, U.tnbllthed I79s. Writ for booklet. HOLY CROSS ACADEMY. Wa.lilnston, l, C. lio-trdlnc and day school for girls. Ante fiimer Superior for Booklet, IIL'BI'QI'E. low. MT. ST. JONF.PII COLLEtiE AND ACADEMY, Dubuque, lows, nooklet on rtsiucsl. WEDDING GIFTS GONE, BRIDE ACCUSES FATHER Postmaster Pin of West Pater son Held on His Daugh ter's Chnrirc. J'ATEP.so.v.July IT Postmaster Henry Pin of West t'aterson was held In $200 ball last night by Judge Morris Kammel hor on complaint of Pin's daughter Bertha, 16 years old, who charged him with the theft of a wedding ring, six silver spoons, a set of linen table covers and napkins and 123 worth of cloth- '"fi-.th PI., n-j. tnarrUH Anrll 2S tn!Toor'n Henry Skuplns. The couple lived at the Pin home, but recent disagreements decided the young couple to move yes- I a complain Pos'.maeter Pin. absolutely denying the cliarre. demanded a trial on the . 11 '1. . .. t L' . ... wfil I-... ,..1,1 him ' ......... i- ii,... ...i.i i., -......-.... w. ...... th Ititi. rll,l for hit in ll.h rsie4 aVrilrt.5"?r;v enumerVted "he , ' "; Performed the unusual feat I V. Y. OfUre, 4J 3th Ate. 1,1. i Mj4 . the articles alreaxl enum erated ot running for nearly half a m.le alor.g complalne.l to her parents, but further , h , , , nd ro d tl(lr Uchemla to- search was in vain. The youn woman ,h' ttW m Mcupln tneima M) 1DIIK ooe,.,w,, hurried to Judee Kammelhor and made iai..w ch., " . . .r . 7 . V his flst In the courts face and banged the table Mrs. Pin held on to her htls - band finally su. celrd In calming him. I John J Craig. Jr. furnished the requl- 'site K00 bond. FOR OIKLS AM) lOL'NO WOMEN. vV.ULRrim.N, .Sr. lork. IMMACULATE HEART ACADEMY AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC M'ArEltTOVVN. N. V. Conuueei l t.. -ert ot St Joseph. Chartered h ir.. H.rtuti ot th Statt ot New Virk T ,1 a ,' I. ardinr school tor cjnt 11 ar. 1 rt.e slrn 11 is rharmlnr .nj na 'n'u r t;uit-l .tt U'MCNTi Mojii . i,u' dinrt. tlbrsrr. auo.t rit. ... ventl iltil anJ cheertu. sleepin roQini. r.o iloi.ftlioil.i. .xtenilss a.o.J.Vf.0r ,r:"2l''n.... n... ani i.ih S.haa D.nart, .n tinda7d or lira lu.'lon. lies. 11 Art rrnrfn-' .Tii.ie-. ., Department, ro.xwlilt A TORY or Ml iri The rerular cour.e 1 de.icn.d for itiidcnta Intending 10 pepart tor p.-o:e.ionai sorx ana nas teen upprjvtd b the Stats Board of Her-nr. The Vlrrr C'avler ti uted throurhout the Pl.nn Caii... IO.NA lit 1. 1.. fr younr bos. It on th For j is'rt-mstH- sdarsts hl.lrr VI Jn.rnlilne. S. S. .1. rtlltl IIEMIV. New lurk. SHERMAN PARK SEMINARY Private School for GIRLS and Young LADIES port henry, n. y. ,7 ;"l,r" . JOepn njve in inis -n'-" f.i!'for0KMln,n, location, for fcducstlon-1 pur;w tn the State. aiiu.ioi on a prommence oirnnosini. lm 1 hampliln The tx-autlful Iar.. snd esten all e rru es make the exterior env Ironment Ideal. Tee olan of ln.truLrinn unite, rrv advan1 tair wliirh can contrlliux to a ud. refined itluent. in raltaaili.n uf morsU and rclliluua prinelDi,, And tare of hralth The -mlnr provldra lutructlon la Aca demic. Inurrredlafe Elementary snd Cum mircul Orpartmenta. aln Music and Art. Fur furlbrr Information address SIMKK SL'1'F.RIOR. ' HOME. Nc lurk. VI VIIF.VIV OF THE HOLY NaMES, Hume. -V 1 . oituated near the ixnks of thr bl.torlr.vl Muhas Object of ar.idrniy I. to rllicate ynunx Klrls thorrxuhly Tne academy Is arrrcdltrd to the Lnlter.lt uf iBe SUti; of ,-ew 1 or . nic i')r rH.ikiei NEW 111 IKill. Nr,t V.ork. MT. ST. MARYon. the-HUDSON For p.MK.'aW ."fl'.per.or IIL'FI'AI.O. Neir York. u ioLii.1.1: roi.i.i.t.E. iiuffaio. n. r. .V Cat,. i Co for women. 1 Write for booklet. I . Itlt 1 IOVVN. r Turk. " CttNVENr ! .(-iTlIll HEvltl OF MiRT. "Msrvinnnt." T.rr town -V Y Wrtle for lllll.trsteit Catalogue !s YltACt SE. New York. ST. ANTIIOVl'S CONVENT SCHOOL, Vraru.r. N. Y. Full Information idrt SUter Directress. II VI. I IMOltl:, Md. Notre Dame of Maryland A Collect, for Women MacutfVent hulld lnirs In l.autlful 70-arrc park. Instruc tors ar .,ivlut. All courses. Music. Art (inlrsrur Charles Atreel Asenue, llaltlmnre, Mil. MOLNI MAMIINOro.N, .Maryland. Vlt. t. Vsne. Cullegr. Mt. Washington. Md College. High r-chool and llrsramar seh'Kil Fur Information, tbe Ilirevireaa, I0R llt)j AMI YOl.M) MEN. FltEEIIOLll. Neil Jrrsey. Freehold Military School and .New Jersey Military Academy liive u ur mi. uefre hi. haum of mind 1 and riilv itre forme I To dlttin t irhoo'f I under -ne management one for bo-s J o I 13 otherf rr e er M Juay between New York anJ Phi. id ph 1 l.lml'ed en I mumrr.ts ter n.. !l t" I4. 0 V Idren for Illustrated aia. g .Major ( lisrlrs M. , Imuran, mix 7s, 1 rrehiilil, .V ,1, Hit. HTM OWN New Jersey. PEDDIE INSTITUTE" Xr"00' Prepsrs for a . ollrs.. lluelneii,' Music. Uvnina.lum. e-immln pool Athletic f.eld. 50th er 300 boys Lrser r-choo! for boys 11 It ear Itaiea US') to I5S0. Send far ..it.inf AJ.lre.. It. w, VET INI, A, VI. , Hot A. II., Illglitstown. N.J. HLAIRSTOvYV. New Jersey. IBair Academy for Boys ,i't v.iiiu. i.nr . niuuern uUIM lnr: gymnasium ewlmmlns pool. En rtoued Tirme too JOHN C. MIARPE, A. .VI., It. n., Hraclma.ler, Rni B. Hlsirs tnnn, N. J. JERSEY CITY, New Jersey. st. peter7scollege JERSEY CITY, N. .1. Collere and hlsh school .-onitucteil bv the Jesutt Fathers Kj! term beeln. Wednei. ilav, !-pt I P .ata.oru ail.tre.. the I'retldent, Itev Junes F M Oerniott, J SUMMIT, New Jrrse), CARLTON ACADEMY, M'MMIT N J. ' I.'pper srhool slve. thoroimh preparation ' for ail colleges. IndlvMuv! jnenMin. com merrlal courses, athlein .nor, rr.i.i.o. rhuplaln Lower srhonl hu.ernother to give per.inai care ClIAitl.F.S 11 SCIIL'LTZ, A. .M . Headmaster HACKENSACK, New Jersey, Nemiian srhonl, IU densark N J, A college preparstory boirllng eclinol under ("athnllc amplce. JKsSK AHDERT I.OCKK. A M . l,L. D ll.ailni.iser. MKRCKHsiIfRti. IVnnoltanls. The Mercersburg Academy l-'OR IIOYh Vlerrer.lnir, p heud for catalnue in Wm. Mann Irvine, Ph. II., I.L. V.. Ileadnis.ter, Uox 111. and that the Grand Jury would have to;the fl.ime, jumped to the ! cwsider the charge before the trial 1 1 ,e ear ,Ped aay Aft I would take place tne postmaster shook" aout ha.f a mile the fla DR. JEIIXFFE 15 AUTO CRASH. Car In Which Alienist Is Itlrflns: lilts Two Little lilrls. aits Covr. L,. !., July 27. An auto mobile carrying Mrs. K. Cartledge of East Neck. !.. I , and Dr. Smith K. Jel liffe of 14 West Sixty-fifth street, a.-, allerlst who was a witness In the Thaw murdr trial, struck and ran over two sisters, 10 and IS ears old, on the Cedar Swamp road near Olenhead this evening. The younger of the two sis ttrs. whose name Is Hawowskl. was taken to her home at Roadside In th car. The other girl was hurried to the Nassau County Hospital, where It was said her skull was fractured At the time of the accident Kmll Hracek. a chauffeur for Mrs. Cartledge, waa op erating the car. BLAZING AUTO RUNS UNGUIDED. Car Destroyed Alter Owner Jumps From Seat. Satvillk, t- I., July 27 A heavy six of .n.,H wih n unidentified man. 'be. , ,,ev'd to b(. lht owner, at the wheel ..i..- niv rnt.ee'eil . . . . itiz . . , ... . 1 KteA, anl gasolene or. ine tnsmi i . t.. .r-u . .1.... t.,ri..1 K, uetauie iKiiitr... itc ... roadside a'ld After travelll-g flames reached , the machine's vitals ar.d It stopped. The lru - nee arrived In time to see the auto- ImiM converted Into a twisted steel skeleton 'New Yo He then tooK the tram to ACADEMIES I'OR BO is AM) IUIMi MKN. ST. BONAVENTl'KK P. O., New York. St. nonavrnturr'e College and emlnsrT. ft Boniventure P. O. Allecany Catta ruiut Co.. N V Courin. Coainvr I... Aei.lemlr. Co:ierIt nd Theological. Write far Hooklrt. BROOKLYN New York, 51 !. rlla..I-el.- Wllloiihbr Ates., "'" "' Brooklyn. . V. Th.i'. it, ir ,n hn. , c iy ,n,j3, , , ommer lai. enlnr- I In. pd.olcai and it.usi, . cour.-.. R- I P tnr cata.lou. i M. Frsi ' Rrook.yn, t- Frmnrit Collets, llutler and Baltic Ms., t directed ay tne Franciscan flrntlirri n.v mhfl.iri en.l lllffh n hfi... ciatiKa, and commercial. I EM.MITSBL'Rti, .Vlaryland. Foundei l0 MOOT Sl.r MVKT'S COLI-tUiE nd ECCLESIASTICAL SEMINUtY. S n.ntlt.lnirw llar.lanit. Conducted by Secular clervymen. aided 1 by Yay Irofessors. Cour-s. IVeparatory , 1 ( oranMTrlal. scientific. Cla.lcsl Ecrleslas-, tlcal. Separate Department for V. ouru H.,ys 1 1 aiaiojrue upon rrr.uesi Aniirrsn. itisnv iter, .vioruiifnor u. j. un.iiiLM, u.. I'rrstdent. 1 liROTON, M.srliiiertt. ' Rrj House School, Groton, Mass. A imi I . hoo! tor oun bo. combine. lie l'h school dlKlpllne. and pre- of h l'tep.rator athcole Limited to ten bova. Address, C. A. Shaw. Headmaster. NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts. 1 offer aperlal auperslsloa for youns; GEORGE P. TIBBETS Tenpi?r,' .5f.7,' NOBTHA.VtrTON. MASS. ALLENTOtVN. rrnnsylisnU. AI.I.F.NTOWN PRKP. SCH.OI. Prepare. 1 dojs rur leaain vo.iee. and unlvereltle. vuiiuiii.,, ainieucs Jr. Uelll. rRAN! s "ItlMA.V. A M. Prln . Alien l0"n- 1 ' rOR HOTII SEXES. NEW YORK Ijikemont. Starkey Seminary Lakrmonl, latra Cu., N. V. Ueautlfui .lie on seneia l.j... H.al coun try, cusllt nave room and air An ini..i nome school for both eeie. of 11 ye.re and ,'. f";- ''?;; "li.je. an, iu.ic. x ?ii necenit standards. 2ie. cure rooms eany hatei, I2i0 to 1100 Addr bos uf Martya Kuminerbell. I)., President. LITCHFIELD. Conn. THE HERLE HOVIE-CHO)U I or rlil.dreri s to 13 Dr Herls hers applies hl ) tem of home tralnlnr .sum- mer and winter port combined with x rapid. h..'th mental growth. Ideal loev tlon. Indlvttual attention. Terms (1,009 Summer t(00 1 LITCHFIELD. Connertlrut. OREENSBl'Itn, Pennsylvania. SETON HILLTsCHOOLS CREENMllRU, PA. Elementar), aca.temtc couriea. Wr for Booklet. WII.KEwRARRK. renntylianla. ''W'S, Pareehlsl High School, wliktibsrrt, Psnna. Afntlatsd to tne Catholic Unlvtrtlty of America, Wain Inston. D. C. ALLEMICRST, N. J. J Rand Summer r-rhool, Al'.enhurtt. N. 3, Boarding; no failures for entrance. 1 Bl'MNESSCOI.LEC.ES. NEW YORK New York City. WALWORTH Bu9lr" Institut. Brc.a,, seeping.SecrelnnlCourso.CiyilSsr.ir. SeCat?05. DANCING. NEVT YORK Ntsr York City. C. IfEPBl'RN IIXIN. vt, H, "Amerlesn Authnrltv on Modern Pan. e -tthAv.N W.ror mh.st Til Hryant fi3;i Private Schools THE SUN mulntalns a most efficient Educational Bureau. This complete service is absolutely free of charge to you. Accurate and unbiassed information given to all in quirers. This service will prove of valuable assistanco in se lecting the proper school for placing your boy or eirl. In writing five) sufficient detail so that Intelligent ftdrice can be given. SCHOOL-COLLEGE and CAMP BUREAU ISO Nssu St., New York DIRECTORY OF NEW.YORK'5 LEADING VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTORS . K. PRKKSON MIII.KR, Teacher of Singing. 3d Carnesle Mall, liTUIIIli OI'K.N ALL HUMMER mme. IUCKH0UT en!rTpi;r!l',,: cvllnder touring car abUie from bonne: i HOT F.I. nDm 1 Hl'MMfcK R:nrtT. LON'O isjLAND sr Inrk. The tot 4tlrsrtle Cnuntrt Hotel vdjirent In .New lrk (lit 1 Garden City notci GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND One of the most ev s. In America A com. Ins life and rneirnpi Vua t foiind ('Dnductid on tti There isilwforttci jave . A Handsome a la Carte Reel rt 70 miles from N.V Freijuenr I'enn. Elation J J I.ISMM I.ONO ISL.M Manlnttan lies ORIENTAL .VI .1 N II T I ih;k h A g A WJm Cl w " . W fl ,. r . u . .. un uiKa use, wugpruios n, .1, 1 I - . lll'r,3 I I II. Ill I I III r If r.' hour L. ri m, N , tiol.r Hiivtin). Miiiiiiiim, IKI MVIIUM. KIIIM. SEW VOHK (. 1.111 V,)UDtain.. rine iroe llnue. .. . ' r smiemeiu n milk iTtis. Ar Ssup K I. M 1 I NEW lOltK Adirondack .Mountain.. l-ake tieurse, X. V. II . par, lan a s'.n !'' ' NKW OKK. EMPIRE TOURS xl IKK Famous ant imoSI s r ' A Iroquois, ar.i or. .ni. Z a 'and maps fr. F N Bi s - tunn, n. r MI.C'EI.t..NEOt Fort millam Henri Hotel ;,' V lintel rhamplaln plain. Ii I'o it N Albert thlrrint lrr Heached v. t" : u . NEW JERSEY Sprlni! Ijke lleath THE NEW 'ssex o cussex -hotelOw-Ocottages i SritlM. I.IKE BE Vfll N J I lllrertly 011 the Ocejn Now 01 1 V 1 1 oncrrt and dance (jrchf'ra Kldinic Harden. i,ri.i II ater in hatr.nims I I'boBe 3V4 Mur-.y 11 DVVIK H. 1'l.t Mill. Mmun Fine ( "iitjir for rem 111 lonnrittuii with hotet NEW JEKKY Atlantic City. ft. a rm a vraa THE LAROr.T FIREPRO T RE f?n SORT HOTEL IN TI,E v .v'r H-l A Bold Orifirai Crta' in - Local Ciior ot At, a t c I y Americans jDniarii.e or E r , tdt ItAOING RtSOKT HOIfl Uf THE WORID ODarlborcuQb- SSIcnbcim ATLANTIC CITV. '. J. OSMMt.il HIIIGtSMT JOSIAH WHITE 4. SONS COM ANY THE LORAINE I hit V V D7,b. 7uun.- wlter in rVijm. bw-ch Frelh .uperior taUle, luacn at tra.&. v NIK, ITOIir VV it. LA TON v NEW JERSEY A-liury Park. " Modern Hotel lt tiir we, HOTEL COLUMBIA INK I III I 1(1 ' Nortu , , . SSnooo liipr'ter c -Ilunn.n' water i r t Hookiet 'Xate MTanVg,r 1 THE EASTONIA ' nudem conv rr '.-"i 'i CI pase inndvini. Asbury i'ark. nt, 1 nan 'r- ai; Main M ..vatiury I'ar. N "!! L NEW .IEHE (ape via' HOTEL I vl'F vi V V ( ne Va .N .1 NI.'VV EM, I .VMi. ICke) m DEAL lOUf Is the Ideal Way to the Most Famous Resorts of America A THOUSAND MILts : HI NEVt' ENGLAND r, Mt.Ni XONDERLAND A FIRST CLASS HOTEL AT END OF EACH DAI a R j 1 Illustrated ruu ' , -iclor jne at llsO B . . or j i,ui- ' " " ALMON C. JLDD. Hotel Elton. Waterbviry. Conn VI V!! i III l I l HOTEL ASPI.NWALL. LENOX, MASb. T-i .. t - itani Ins m.''-.' -.j ur I'tniu. i.lvte. w VV V IIKOWN AI... 1. It VS It'I S .unapee S II PF.NNM I V A.M.V lela.ire v KITTAT1N llelaii.ire V.lter I V rif ffr hoi 1 ri:.NSl L AM -MimiuI I ' ' MOUNT PLEASANT Hl&E ' .Mount I'm 11110. Per " Catering to a ' ir' , the tet Prl.vti' 1 atti 1 all rar. I.iirraiure on re I V r. A II M 1 1 ' ' rnronn loiintaln- ( .u . w.ih Iwiih Kir li-t.' room D st)-1 i: i 1 (touting (urflf HWlf l.Afk K ' VV. J. JL M. U. ViiU t. 1 aU