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MISSING WITNESS WITNESSINHAoRRIS IN HARRIS CASEAPPEARS CASE CA SE SEAPPEARS
APPEARS BEFORE CORONERS JURY
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< Gwttn Csied d frMB reM Ffcst Page Pagequest Pai Paiquast Pagequt >
quest in tfee th capacity e paelty ef C an impartial impartialinvestigator Impartialmvesdrator impartial1nveMIgtc
investigator investigatorThe
The Coroners jury will resume its itslirvestisati0M Its11lY88tI ft3inveUatiO4a
lirvestisati0M 11lY88tI tioRs day Jile Adjournment Adjournmentwas AJrnmentwas
was takes Jate ate yesterday afternoon 8n for fertwo fortwo fortwo
two days A dozen oeea or mere witnesses witnessesyet witDesseset
yet et remain to be heard heardMissing e8tdMi heardMiseng
Missing Mi ing Witness Appears AppearsThe AppearsT1H AppearsThe
The sudden reappearance reaJtpe ra ee of Mildred MildredAnderson XildrEdAaneee MildredAderon
Anderson fiancee of Harris who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been mIming from home for a week weekwas weekw weekwis
was w s the sensation aen of the teouest t yes yesterday yesterday yeeterday ¬
terday afternoon Miss s Anderson de declined de declineti dedined ¬
dined t te say sa why W y she left Home but butdenied 1tUtdeDlecl butdenied
denied that any one had persuaded her herto 1erto herto
to secret herself and sd declared that thatwhile thatwhile I
while the tbepo poHee ee 4ee had been hunting her hershe bersbe hershe
she bad been in Washington Wa lttDtn all the thewhile thewhile
while whileMilton whileMilton whileMilton I
Milton W Farrow of the Farrow FarrowArms Farrowrms FarrowArms
Arms rms Company holder of a number of ofrifle orrifle ofrifle
rifle tournament medals former worlds worldschampion worIclschaQpIoD worldzcbaUp
champion cbaUp oit and an authority on firearms firearmshad ftrearmsbad ftrearznshad
had Just begun his testimony when the theinquest thein theinquest
in inquest was w adjourned Mr Farrow Farrowbrought Farrowbrought Farrowbrought
brought convincing eonvJnclD exhibits showing showingthat sbowln sbowln1hat showingthat
that it is practically impossible for or a aman aman anan
man to shoot hfeelf in the r rar ar yt < the thehead thehead thehead
head without leaving powder irurns irurnsMr l1rnslrFarrows rna rnaMr
Mr lrFarrows Farrows tests showed that both bothsmokeless both6Dtokele56 bothaniokelese
smokeless and black powder leave their theireffects theiretrects theirelTects
effects at varying varyln distances
Missing M ss ng Witness WitnessMakes W tness ttnessMakes tnessMake
Makes Appearance AppearanceAh App arance aranceAn
An air of expectancy eXpe taDcj hung over the theInquest theinquest theInqueet
Inquest room as Miss Ilee Mildred Ander Andersoiw Andersonu Anderson
sonu son soiw th fiancee k as ee of Harris who has hasbeen basbeea hasbeen
been strangely nrtsstng iehaki for a week and andwho andbo andwho
who bo was found late yesterday y entered enteredto eaten d dto
to take e the stand Miss iea Anderson A enMHl was wasunabashed wasunab8bed wasunabashed
unabashed and faced the curious court courtand courtand courtand
and spectators unflinchingly unftlachiagioAtter After she shehad hehad ithehad
had answered prettmimry preD RlLry questions questionstending QuestionstOOlns questionstending
tending to establish her acquaintance acquaintancewith
with Harris the Coroner asked askedWere askedVere askedWere
Were yon ever served with a sum summons SUIlmons sumleone ¬
mons to appear here hereI
I was not uot the girl replied repliedDid repliedDId repilodDd
Did you have any intimation that thatyon thatJou thatye
yon ye would be served servedS T TNo rNo
S No Nonave Noh Noxiuve
nave h J1e < TOO been beeR1t at heme mDeTeeeJK1yT mDeTeeeJK1yTI recently r rNe
Ne N I > fe have ve Ot ot beenat home since sincelastTJhursgax si since3stXbur ce ceptQIur9X
3stXbur lastTJhursgax X tbe JeuHav t1pe2 t1pe2liave l lHave
uHav Have you been out outo of tawnr tawnrDid town townIMt tewn4r10
IMt D t27 t27Did
Did 4r10 you know Tmat nt Thwsday TIt1Hs ay that thatthis tlttthis thatthis
this case e would be brought before a aJury ajury ajury
Jury JuryI I was told an inquest t might be held heldWednesday hddW hcidWMneday
Wednesday WednesdayWho W WMnedayWho ednetMlyWOO
Who told youT youTA you youA youA
A reporter for The TitcAseietat Times TimesAssistant TimesAseistaut
Assistant District Attorney Turner Turnerexamination TunterthEn Turnerthen
thEn took Kiss Anderson f fer < cress cressexaminaUoa creseexamnatioe
examination examinationYou examinaUoauYou examnatioeYou
You were not staying away a W because becauseof
of this inquest were you youNo youXo youNo
No sir sirHave airHava MrHave
Have you been In the habit ef stay staying stay1nl stayIng ¬
ing away from home this way wayNo wayNo 8y 8yo
No o but I i did not intend d to ever everreturn everreturn everreturn
return home T I intended decl to stay ay y away awayand awayand awayand
and I would have been away yet if it ithadnt ithadnt ithadnt
hadnt been for forthis this trial trialYou trla1Yeu triaLYou
You mean that you didnt intend to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return home at all is that the idea WeaThat JdeaThat ideaThat
That is right Miss Anderson re replied re replied ¬ I Ipiled
plied pliedYou
You told no one that joe J U iateaded iateadedto iIIt ed edto
to leave leaveNo Je leaveNo ve r rNo
No NoDif NoD4
NoDf
Dif Df you ever go to Baltimore with withNorval witkNonal withNorval
Norval Harris HarrisNever Banise BanisIdentifies HarrisNeer
Never e
S S
NeverIdentifies
Identifies Hand HandWriting HandWritingMiss Writing WritingMiss WritingMiss
Miss Andenson AJHIe lDft then Identified several severalspecimens severalspechneua vgal vgalspectme
specimens of the handwriting of Nor Norval or oral ¬
i
val al Harris One was a postal card ad addressed a41dressed addressed ¬
dressed to her which w eA read readWell readWell readWell I
Well kiddo am In BalUmora BalUmoraagain BaltImerotagain BMtlmereagain
again ABA sorry that you hung up upthe upthe
the Telephone receiver the other othernight ethrnight ethernight
night Hope to see you youDid soon
soonN soonNH N NH NHDid H = = j jDid I
Did you write Nerval any letters lettersthe letten1hc letterstiic
the witness was aske asked askedI L I
I wrote one a special ectal delivery
Did that contain a request for money mo j
for 4 52 or U f 4 or some sum like that thatIt thatUIt ThatIt
UIt It may have I do donetrememb donetremembYou not remember rememberYou roneinberYou
You wrote him for money before did didyou didJOU did1
you OU notT notTI DOt notI r
I never wrote rote him for or money He Hewrote Hewrote
wrote me and mentioned Btfonetl some sonaemoney somemone somenioney II IIwrote
money moneyYou mone moneY nioneyYou
Y You ou say you were engaged to be bemarried bemarried bemarried
married marriedVYes marriedDid
VYes VYesDid
I
Did any DY one try to get yow te leave leavehome leavehome 81e 81ehC
home hC last 8t Thursday ThurlMlayMiss
S SMiss
No NoMiss S
Miss Anderson Ander R te teetUle tlne l that t she had hadnot Jtadnot hadnot
not se seen n Harris for several ra1 days S be before before ¬
fore httrffeath Jt1a rHewa a Ie5r lohave to Jlaafe called calledsh cUedsh calledebe I
sh ebe 5fdtiJe ssrftf toe Thursday Tfturi yxfgfit nfglit before beforehe beforehe I
he was 8 killed but failed to show up
She he denied having b hav1h vi t told t ld the detec detectives deteetleer ¬
tives t that Htfrrie was W ns twried The Theonly Tbeon1y Theoi4y
only time she lIe r recalled ealled seeing Norvl Norvlin
in a WotTf < w6rrfe3 if > frame r of mind was as when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he lost 08t a diamond ring several months monthsago monthsago
ago agoDid a30D D Did a Norvai say anything anythl about aboutaakinjr aboutJiaking aboutuiaking I
aakinjr over his life I1f insurance to toyou toyou toyou
you continued Mr Tamer TaraerHe TamerHe TurnerHe
He dklat di at one thne tJmethe the witness witnessanstvered witnessansweredHa wltnessansWereIL
anstvered answeredHa iHa salt SiLMtb3t that Itwas It was made madeeat J Madeout
eat ut ijujans1 i fav a1m1 tr pth1 f thl6 hte steter SM MterAnd and nd that that1t that1tt If Ifhe ifbe
he t could 1dft 1dfth 1dftWUltedTct nnd aosae oMa nicer aieegItlo gitl5o o marry marr marrbe
he would make the theinsurance e insurance over o to toher toker
her h fr T < i i iAttorneys
WUltedTct < Be Detective DetectiveAttom DetectiveAttorn
5
Attorneys Attom f jurymen UfJ J ana a and Mi c aetectives aetectivessmitsd letectIvesnaively tectives tectivesamiled
smitsd wh Xiee 6 A Anderson eIS naively re remarked re remarked rexnarked ¬
marked d41dBgt during during the course e her testi testimony testimony testiinony ¬
mony monyNorwal monyNerval1aa
4 Nerval1aa Norwal had an ambition t become a adetective a adetect adetectlv
detective detect He talked sheet abet learning rearnin to tobe tobe tobe
be a detective several times timesAttorney timesAttorne timesAttorney
Attorney Wilton J Lambert interro interrogated Interrogated interrogated ¬
gated the girl rl as to HarrfcT H farr courtship
Harris had been attentive to her for fortwo tortWo fortwo
two Years yea < aars is she said and tlieyhaa th yhaa been beenengaged beenen beenengaged
en engaged ed since July last She denied deniedthat deniedthat I
that she bad taken any trips with Har Harris Harris Barris ¬
ris except a Sunday SuOOS trip to visit rela rela1hes reintires relatives ¬ I
tires at Martinsburg W Va VaA VauA VaA
uA A letter has been introduced in evi evidence evidence en endeuce ¬
dence here fterEJ1k in wb wbfthHarr18 + eh H rrte refers to toMildred toUUdre toMildred
Mildred and nd her sister are e here in Bal Baltimore BaI1imore9 Baltimor ¬
timor Do you know to whom he re refers re refe18T refers ¬
fers fe18T asked Mr Lambert LambertI
1 do net saW Miss xt Anderson AndersonIt
It was another Mildred then thenIt tlteRr tlteRrIt thenIt
It must have been beenDid beenDid beenDid
Did Harris ever speak to you yo of ofentering ofenterlD ofentering
enterlD entering the malt service or o of taldng takinSJ
J a Government Goyerain examination examinationNo r ruNoYO
uNoYO uNoYOWhat No
NoWhat
What was his rtiseeattiefi rtiseeattiefiCheerful 11 11ChHrl1a1 diaeetIeqTCheerfhl
Cheerful and briglit The diamond dfamendring dlamering diamondring
ring is the only thl thlworry thing I ever 8W bun JIIRIWo bunworry
Wo worry about aboutMiss aboutMI abonLMiss
Miss Anderson who had d seen 3 S the re revolver re revoivtr reVoiver ¬
volver carried by Harris was asked a < to
identify the one the pollee claim took
his life lifeHe JtfeBe lifeBe
Be carried one similar to tothis this she shesaid shesaid
said But I cannot identify this peeL positively peeLtively ¬
tively tivelyMiss ti1elyxhs tivelyMiss
Miss Anderson testified that she had hadnever hadDever hadnever
never seen e Harris with a pistol hoister hoteterTeHs helsterTeBs hoisterTeNs
TeNs Where W She Has Been BeenCoroner BeenCoroner BeenCoroner
Coroner Nevitt then asked Miss An Anderson Andemon n nd ¬
demon d ntOI a few ew additional questions q con concerning COftcernlng concerning ¬
cerning her whereabouts during the tinsweek theweek theweek
week that the police were searching lc lR
for her to force her attendance atteu aace at the
inquest inquestDo InquestDo inquestDo
Do you mind teitti t toiling ue where w ere you yeuave
have ave been T he suggeated suggeatedI ed
I was at U tile e Rochester er wttH a few fewd fewim
days d s age rcpUeA Mtee im An Andersen AndersenYcs ersoH ersoHBy
By yourself yourselfYes r ro
Yes YesWhen YcsWhen
When o dM yow j se seI w Jiere Jierefcwrsday
1 wt 1Mt Thursday MM left 3 3day Tues ¬
day I lWhew IWhere
Ien
Whew en have aav yon been alncia Mn Ute Jet Jett lottrr t ttrr
trr t T date dateAt dat datUAt dateAt
UAt At t tile Ar Azdseore AzdseoreWhy niere niereWhy 09 09Why
Why kM ywuteave ve bsm bsmi hamcT hamcTI
I i d de m set > t see wfcy I sJnaiil = toH t Tat TatAssistant tlta thatAssistant
Assistant A District Aiteeney ey Turner
wanted to know if Miss Anderson dId aidnot dIdnot didnot
not rerard r re ard rd Harris as crazy
Why no I never said ld that h he was wascrazy was1aZ3 wascrazy
crazy 1aZ3 responded the witness witnessDidnt wItneJDldat witnessDidnt
Didnt you tell the detectives det Uves that he hewas hewas hewas
was crazy and that you told him so soonco soon soOnCe
OnCe on
oncoNo
No Xorval said Id he wanted to t be a alawyer alawyer alawyer
lawyer and I toW him be didnt have havesense 11avense havesense
sense nse enough enou h to be a lawyer lawyerThank lawyerThank lawyerThank
Thank you said aid Mr Turner as the thespectators thespectators tlttspectators
spectators smiled tIn ed broadly
Miss Ii Anderson said that Harris bad hadonce badonce badOflCe
once fallen from a bkrvcJe and cut hfe hfeface hWface hL hLface
face but she e did not believe that this thiswas thiswa thiswas
was sufficient to make hint crazy or orto orto orto
to injure hie mind mindBefore mindI mindBefore
Before leaving the stand Miss Uss Ander Anderson AnderS6n Andersea ¬
I son In answer to ether questions again againtestified againtesthkd againtestified
testified that no one had persuaded e uaded her herto herto
to leave home and a that she had acted actedof actedof actedof
of her own volition arid d for reasons reo of ofher orher ofher
her own
Dr LtnviUe Recalled RecalledDr
Dr Thomas UnrHle who wh examined examinedNorval examinedNorval xaminedNorval
Norval Harris at the time he became becamea
a member of the Order of Modern ModernWoodmen Ioden1Voodmea ModernWoodmea
Woodmen of America was recalled to toidentify toidentify toidentify
identify a copy COP of the examination pa papers papers papers ¬
pers made out at the time and the thesloJ
1000 insurance policy on the life of ofHarris ofHarris ofHarris
Harris HarrisThe HarrisThe HarrisThe
The recall of Dr Llnvliie for the theabovenamed theabovenamed theaboe
abovenamed aboe purposes B displeased d18p1easedslstant As Assistant A Asistant ¬
sistant District Attorney Turner and he heand heand beand
and Attorney Lambert were soon en engaged eBgaged engaged ¬
gaged IIi a wordy w rd war in which charges chargeswere chargeswere chargeswere
were made m de Tar each attorney that the th
other was endeavoring eavorlnb to the theiury tbeDr thejury
jury iuryDr juryDr
Dr Linvine had Just identified id nUtled the In Insurance InI insurance ¬
I surance policy which contains an anti antisuicide antisuicide antisuicide
suicide clause making it Invalid if the theinsured tkeInsured theInsured
insured kills himself within one year yearfrom yearfrom r rtrom
from the date d8t of o the policy when Mr MrTurner MrTurner MrTurner
Turner interposed with some wrath wrathDo wrathuDo wrathDo
uDo Do you yo > u seriously offer In evidence evidenceMr
Mr Lambert a life insurance applica application appU appUtion applhation ¬
tion where a man Is answering ques questions questions questions ¬
tions with a a view to obtaining obtaInln life lifeInsurance liteinsurance lifeInsurance
Insurance InsuranceI
I do doI retorted Mr Lambert It Is Ismore Ismore Ismore
more material and relevant than thansome thnsome thansome
some of the evidence you OU have at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to bring out here to uphold upholdyour upholdJour upholdyour
your theory ry or suicide You have in inthelr InterrO interrogated
terrO terrogated 8ted witness after witness as to totheir totheir
their impressions itR resstoDs of this young man manhis manhis manhI
his hI actions and an alleged aUe ed attempt to toend toErod toend
end his life at the Melton apartment apartmenthouse apartmenthouse apartmenthouse
house houseExplains
Explains Its Meaning MeaningNow Meaning1ow MeaningNow
Now here we have a life Insurance Insuranceapplication insuranceapplication e eapplication
application witnessed by Dr LInvIHe LInvIHeand Llnvll1eand Linvilleand
and sigend sig nd by Nerval e al Harris In whichthis whichthis which whichthis
this young youngman man answers a direct ques question ues uestlon uostion ¬
tion as to whetherbe whether he has eve e ever at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted his own Mfe It is the tery tterybest terybest eryst
best st evidence we wecan can obtain ofwhat ofwhatNorval or o what Wllatorval whatNorval
Norval orval Harris would say If he were wereupon wereupoa wereupon
upon the stand today It Is the an answer answer answer ¬
swer to the veiled Insinuations that thathe thatbe thatbe
be did make such an attempt It was wassigned wast11ed W5tgned
signed t11ed a year or more after It Is Isclaimed Islalmed Isiaimed
claimed that th t an atter jt > t was made at atthe atLhe atthe
the Melton elton Mr Turner has brought broughtHere broughtIin broughtin
Iin in here a copy of tile hospital re reord reordHere rd rdHere
Here is an answer coming from the thegrave thegrav thegrave
grave as It were were refuting the idea ideahat Ideabat Ideahnt
hat Norval Harris ever attempted to tokill tokin tokill
kill himself It is most relevant relevantThe relevantThe relevantThe
The Assistant District Attorney was wasupon wasupon wasupon
upon hIt feet instantly
Nobody knows better than does Mr MrLambert lrLambert MrLambert
Lambert he said that this t lls is not sn snoriginal anoriginal I
original paper in the first place In the thesoccn th thS the5eccn11
soccn S 5eccn11 I111IaCe < < i place It Is a mere verbil verb l state statement I MateXnenl latemenT ¬
ment of 0 H man and in the third place placewhat f18 lace lacewnat < e ewhat
what weight would anybody attach to toa toa toa
a mans answers when he is attempting ltten tJn
to get life insurance Do you suppose supposethat supposethat
that he is going oIn to admit that ne ever wverattempted weratlEmptEd everattempted
attempted suicide However How ver k let > t it go gote goIn goin
te In lt funny evidence evidenceMr erldenceMr
Mr Turner has asked the boys uncle uncleall uncleall
all about his impressions as to whether whetherHarris whetherHarris whetherHarris
Harris wanted to commit suicide said saidMr saidIr saidMi
Mr Lambert in replying rePl lg I submit submitthat submitUt submitthat
that Ut t there th re is no n4 better answer to the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question than the one the th boy might mightgive D mightgive ght ghtglve
give himself hlmselCounsel himselfCounsel j j
Counsel Again Clash ClashI x j jAir I
Air Lambert then asked Dr Linville LlnvlUeto j jto
to testify whether or not n t be had asked askedNorval askedXona1 askedNorval
Norval Harris the questions contained containedin
in th blank Among them were quesi quesitions qU6ll qU6lltIoft8 questIons i
tions asking If the applicant was of ofsound orseund ofsound i
sound mind and free from disease dls Q3e and andInjury andajul3o andinjury 1
Injury and whether he had ever made madej
an attempt upon his own life Dr DrLinville
Linville declared Harrte had given an answers answers
swers to all these questions and the thepolicy thepolicy j
policy had been issued issuedWhat
What That Is that vou are introducing in inevidence inevidence
evidence now OwT demanded Mr Turner Turneri TornouIt
uIt It is a teneflt certlncate issued by
the Modern Woodmen and dated April
7 18W said ai Mr Lambert LambertHow Lam LambertHow rt rtHc I
How Hc > W does thatapply that apply to this case caseasked caser caserdsked casezsked
asked Turner TurnerIll Turnerrn TurnerIU
Ill show you OU If you will give me mehalf mehalf
half a chance yai aid Lambert LambertMr LambertMr
Mr Lambert then read section SECU ft 5 of ofthe ofL ofthe
the L JP policy which invalidates it if the In Insared Insured
sured suicides whether care or r insane insanewithin insanewithin Insanewithin
within one year ear after its it receipt receiptWbit receiptWb receiptWb
Wbit Wb t t hathis has his pet t to do witji this thiscase th1scase thiscam i
case interposed int MrTurner MrTurnerYou
You trie tried fethrow fo a throw o out t the icipres 1mres4on
5km here that t et it bad nOthIng n to do dowith dowith dowith
with the case responded Attorney
Lambert ube because in your our opinion evi ¬
dently If the man was wa insane the policy policywould policywoud policywould
would not figure anyway an WT Now No I read readthe readthe I
the express clause that affects that very verycondif i icondition
condition condif ion veryI
ionMr I
Mr Turner Warms UpThe UpThe Up UpThe i
The Assistant A Jtt District Attorney Att4nft DeW natrarose DeWuose nonarose
arose andV 4dr with tJi mrc aMrc heat heatbefore than thanbefore t11nbefore
before evJnciwU evJnciwUI erliC S SI r
I want wan this thistogO to go goout out for this reason reasonMr reasonMr J
Mr Lambert says says he is here represent representing represeRtiRg representleg ¬
leg the brptherarid sister er of this dead deadman deadman deadMan
man We le are inquiring into the manner man manner incanor ¬
ner of his death d Whether he had in insurance insurance ¬
surance or not can throw no light on onthis onthis
I Ithis
this case cas Such ueli evidence can only o onl ly bej bejoffered be beoffered i
offered to prejudice if possible ltIe this thisjury unsjury thisjurr
jury so that at they would WOU not and D4l a averdict averdict averdict
verdict ofsuicide or su1clde thinking t n1t1ng that it might mightaffect mightatreet mightaffect
affect the recovery reco er of the life in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance suranceAnswering suranceAnswerIng
suranceerlng Answering erlng the statement st lement of orIr 3ir
Turner responded Mr Lambert I 1say Isay
say that I have offered offer d nothing here her to toprejudice toprejudice toprejudice
prejudice the mind of court co rt or jury
If such a thing were possible and no no ¬
body b knows this iJs s any ny better than does
Mr Turner 3f J we are investigating Investl atlDS
this case we should investigate every ¬
thing th inS about It It The committee appoint appointed ¬
ed by the Woodmen has this in mind mindWhen mindWhen f
When Mr Jam was on the stand st Mr MrTurner MrTuer MrTurner
Turner Tuer if I 1 may my put t him in the atti attitude attihale ¬
hale tue of o an advocate advte of the suicide suicidetheory sie siether suicidetheory
theory ther crossexamined coIne Jama Jaa on this thisvery thisver3
very point and Mr Jams J was unable unableto t
ve pint a m ws unabe unabeto
to definitely as to the
say sy dentely a wording woring of ofthe n nfthe
suggested suggestedWould SSete suggeste4Would the clause clu which whih Mr M Turner Turne himself himselfsuggested himl himselfsuggeste4 I
Would Give All Facts FactsThis FactsThis
Gie Jury Jm Al Fa i iTh1
This Th1 jury jur is i charged cbuge with wit the duty dutykt dutyof
of bringing nsng i hi a verdict eit kt which whk will nl ac accuse a accues ¬
cues or will wi not n accuse aC this Uti man mn of ofhaving o ofhaving
having hYn committed cte a crime cime for fo suicide suicideis fe fei
is i a crime cri under une the te law The Te Jury Jurydoubtless jur jurydoubtiess
doubtless doubU wishes wie to go g carefully ceruu and to tomake tomke tomale
make mke a thorough toh investigation Imegt and an you youshould JO youshouki
should sl put pt nothing BhinS in this thi case c whic which whichis
is 1 a stumbling sumbn block to the te whole truth truthThis tt truthThis I
This Tis jury jr can ca bring bnS in i either eihr one of ofthree ortr ofthree
three tr verdicts verdictsCoroner vert verilictsCoroner
Coroner Coroe Nevitt Neit stopped topp Mr II Lambert Lambertat Lmbr Lanb Lanbat
at this 1i point pnt and a would wouh not n permit pmit him himto hm hmto himto I
to state sae the th verdicts vei possible be under uDde the theconflicting U theconilictiug
conflicting cofltl evidence evke presented pente to the thejury t thejury i I Im Iur
jury m i iI
juryI ur I hurl hur back k at Turner Ture the charge chargethat i
that tat I am attempting atepting to influence Infuene che chetat this
Jury jr declared der Mr Lambert Lmbe in great greatseriousness g greatseriousness t
seriousness se and aD I say sy that tat such a acharge acare
charge care is i absolutely abute untrue untre Mr Turner Turer S
in pursuance pre of o his hi efforts eto to show showsuicide showsuicide
siide suicide asked ae witnesses witne for their thei s oral oralopinions or oropi oralopinions
opinions opi as a to Harris Ha and aR his hi actions actionsad actJt actio actioad
ad a d I have a right rght to put pt in the t written writtenreply writtenreply te
reply of Harris Ha himself helf who wh cannot cnn be
heard rep3 M1 upon the t stand standThe sld sldTbe standThe
The policy was wa then t mrr m mbibit u ei c
Wlbt lt in the te case caseCannot cse caseS caseCauxiot
S Cannot Cnot Identify Idet Gun GunAgain Gun GunAgain
Again tln when w wftmsse w F C CSteiswoltz CSteiswoltza Stemmeitz Stemmeitza Stei
a street steet Inspector l tor was w reeoihed r rvuaed e did dd the de
I Coroner Croner and the te Assistant A1mnt District Dstrct At Attorney AtI Attorny ¬
torney show sO w that they tey were deeply deey in interested interted interesed ¬
I terested terted in the suicide theory theoryStfeinmeltz theor theorySttime1tz
Stfeinmeltz S melt was wa called Cle to identify identfy the thejpm theI thegun
gun t teat llt is I supposed spposed to have been Har Harris Harm Hatxis ¬
I ris He positively posltveyreCus refused to do d so soand s soarid
and declared dtlad to the th Jury jur that in i his hismind hisrrin4
mind lnl it was not the te gun gunSi gunSiinmeitz n nSi
Siinmeitz Si Inmet inmeitz declared that he believed believedit
it was not the gun n because beuse he felt feltconfident fet fetcnfdent feltconfident
confident cnfdent that the sun gn that Norval Noral Har Harris Harri Barne ¬
ris ri ne owned we had a mark on the handle handleTo hle hleTo handleTo
To the te jury jur he said sid that Harris Hars had hadon hd hdIon hadon
Ion on one occasion but a few months mnth ago agopointed agopointed 0 0pnte
pointed pnte to a spot on the te gun and a saId saMrThis s saIdThis
This vill tell whose gun this is isCoroner IBCoroner isCoroner
Coroner Nevitt Interrupted int rrupted the wit witness wltpss witbess ¬
ness pss right here and apparently for forgetting forgNd forgetting ¬
getting that he was still on the stand standcalled standcalled
gNd tre Vedt Jha Jhar
called Detective Weedon and had him himsworn himatorn
sworn swornWhile atornWhile r orn ornWhnl
While Steinmetz waited on the th stand standWeedon standYee standWeedon
Weedon Yee on stoodIn stood In front of the Coro Coroners Coroners Corenors ¬
ners bench and in answer to the thefuestions theoUEStfons thecuestions
fuestions oUEStfons of Dr Nevitt declared that thatteinmetz thatte1nmetz
Steinmetz teinmetz had refused to identify the thegun thegun thegun
gun that he did not know what the thomark themark themark
mark was and that he said that Har Harris Harris liarxis ¬
ris had said to him This will tell telland tell2nd tel teland
and that and nothing nothln more moreSteinmetz moreStelnmetT moreSteinmets
Steinmetz despite the insistent insistentqueries Insistentltuerles InsistentquerIes
queries of the Coroner declared that thathis thahis thatlila
his and not Weedons ee ons version was the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true one oneThe onpThe oneThe
The Idea of the detectives the Cor Coroner Coroner ¬
oner andlthe and Ides the Assistant District Attor Attorney Attorney Attorsty ¬
I ney evidently evide l1y was to uttach some mys mysterious mysI mystorlous ¬
terious import to Hank Harn311eed alleged state statement statement statemont ¬
ment This will tell tellCombating teUCombating tellCombating
I Combating the Testimony TestimonyTo
To combat this Attorney Attor ey Lambert LambertImmediately LambertImmediately LambertImmediately
Immediately called 3treet Inspector InspectorShaw ln InspectorShaw peetShaw
Shaw who had accompanied Stet Steiimcltz Stetmcltz Ste4mettz
mcltz to headquarters and he declared declaredto
to the jury that Steinmetz had repeat repeated ¬
ed Harris statement as This will tell tellwhose tellwbOfSe t ll llwhose
whose gun this is and in this way waysupported Va7supportf waysupported
supported rl the testimony of Steinmeitz Steinmeitzagainst StelnmettzagaJnt Stelnmeitzagalut
against that of Weedon Weedon5teinme WeedonStefnmetz WeedonteInmtz
5teinme teInmtz tz then declared that he could couldnor oouJinot coul4nor
nor identify the gun but he was pos positive 151tlv postire ¬
tire tlv is was nottne not the gun as he felt sure sureti JAneI
ti t lt t there U re was a mark on the handle handleHarris handleni
I ni Harris had attempted to show him himI himand
I and had wanted wa nted him to look at the theI theallescd thealleged
I I alleged mark markThroughout markThrotfghout markTbrodghout
Throughout this entire inquest runs runsattending runsthe
I the unavoidable impression that elM is isattending I II
attending a hearing of the police trial trialboard trilboard trialboard
I board with Officer Spencer Roberts RobertsI on ontrial ontrial
trial for neglect of duty and mendacity
I Sergeant Lake was called as a witnirs witnirsand wttn wttnand withssand
and Policeman P B Breeden was aiso aisobrought asobrought o obrousht
brought forward to locate on the th night nightof
of August 27 the policeman who dared daredto
to come forward and make public the thefact thefaet thefact I
fact that the body of Harris was not noton noton i iI
on I street between Eighth and Ninth Ninthstreets Ninthstreets Ninthstreets
streets at 1130 or even 12W on the thenight thenight thenight
I night of the death deathSergeant deathSergeant deathSergeant
Sergeant Lake proved a treed witness witnessfor witJteasfor witnessfor
for the officer who now has fe f0w f0wadmirers open openadmirers openadmirers
admirers at the Fourth precinct sta station station Malion ¬
tion Hf H remembered that Roberts was wason wason wason
on the beat in question tat tatnlght night and andreported aDdreported andreported
reported that he had met him about aboutmidnight a aboutmidnight QutinI
midnight inI that l i night g This policeman Pofleemailalso Ice i iof
h gas
also said that he was as near the seen seenof sceneof
of the crime around the hour of mM mMnighU midnight
night and that he did not hear a pi pitol pW pWtol pistot
tol shot
shotOfficer
Officer Loses His Nerve KerveWith Nerveith NerveWith
With ith Officer Breeden however it was wasdifferent Wamdifferent 1 I
different This policeman in the nrst nrstplace urn1 urn1place I Iplace
place did not care to be called c and andwhen andwhen i iwben
when he came Into the inquest room roomand roomand
and saw his captain ptaln and lieutenant sit sitting
ting tln In the audience In front of him himhe himhe
he completely lost 1 < 3t his nerve nerveWith nerveWIth nerveWith
With the first question the young youngofficer youJIGo youngofilcer
officer o grew J ew red in the face ar an 3 < 3 it wa wahard was washard washard
hard painfully bard for him to swallow swallowas waUowS
as he attempted to answer the questions questionsBreeden I IBreeden
Breeden was called to assist bit the Cor CorHer Corej Corejer oct octncr
Her er and the Assistant A5 l5tant DI5 District ct Attorney Attorneyin Aocney1 I
in discovering that Roberts was really reallyon
on that beat that night and that he did didnot dkt3iot
not neglect his duty by b refu ret1Hlfng ns to re report re rePOrt report ¬
port to his superior officers tlw that hej hejknew Ita Itaknew haknew
knew something relating to the crime crimeJust crimeJust crimeJust
Just what any failure faUnreon on the p 1 rt of ofRob ofRoberts
Roberts Rob ts to tell Lieutenant Platbers F1atlMtha Fiath rg rgthat
that the body bod was not there at 1139 1139or 113 113or 113or
or 1230 oclock that night has to do dowith dowith
with determining how Harris came to toh toh tohT
h hT = = death has not yet et been brought broughtout brougrout
out at the inquest In uest and Dresden Breed did didnot didnot didnot
not clear matters jp JpIn ipIn
In all he was as a most unsatisfactory i iwitness i iwitness
witness He refused to remember rememberhearing 1
hearing any official reports and alHlwbEn andwhen I
when asked as to unofficial reports he hesuddeny j jsuddeny I Isudden
suddeny sudden y suffered a complete loss of orm i imory
m mory j ory o which hlch appeared to increase Increaseas e eas j jas
as he turned and looked In the direc dirertion I I Itlon
tlon of Lieutenant Klathers FlathersBreeden Flathernlireeden
Breeden between gulps did admit admitunder i
under crossexamination that he did didbear j jerts i ihear
hear some general alk and that Rob Robens
erts might have Joined In the conner conversation connernation
sation and he thought that he might mighthave mi mighthave ht
have told this to Captain C ptain Williams Williamswhen WIllIaJnwhen Williamswhen
when the commander of the station stationattempted stationattempted j jattempted
attempted to discover if Roberts had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told any anyone one anything but all In all allBreeden allBreeden
Breeden with the superiors watch watchIng watchIng watch1mg
Ing him did not care to take any anychances aaychances anychances
chances and told little or nothing of ofvalue ofvalue I
value Admits Bod7 Not There TherePrivate TherePrivate TherePrivate I
Private Cole another policeman of ofthe j jthe
the Fourth precinct also showed the thefeeling tilefeeling thefeeling
feeling of the station toward the theHlke theHlkeman > 9iiee o4Iceman 9iieeman
man who talked out ut and spoiled the theappearance theappeara theappearance
appearance appeara e of the police theory of sui suicide suicide nutchin ¬
cide cideCole cideCole chinCole
Cole admitted that th t he walked over overthe oyerthe overthe
the spot where the body was found foundabout foundabout CMilndabout
about 1145 114 oclock on n the night of o Au August i igust
27 and that the body bo < b was not notthere notthere
there at that time timeCole timeCole timeCeo I
Cole then went on to say that the theneighborhood I
neighborhood was not a dangerous one oneand oneand oneand
and and that he had never considered it itsuch Itsuch Itsuch
such Under crossexamination c he ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted however r that there t ere had been a aholdup ahoklup a aholdup
holdup ohe year ear ago one ne block Nookthe from fromthe fromthe
the spot in question and that the rob robber fobber robher ¬
ber was sent to prison for ten years yearsCole yearsCole
Cole was as asked It he did not know knowthat kewthat knewthat I
that Roberts had made a number num of ofarrests olarr ofarrests
arrests arr ts in this district and then again againcame againcame n ncame
came the signs of the feeling feell g of the thepolice thepolice I
police against the fellowmember of the thedepartment thedepartment I
department who talked out and spoiled spoiledpolice spoiledpolice spoiledpolice
police plans plansHes plansHes planeHes
Hes made a number of arrests arrestswherever arrestswherever arrestswherever
wherever he has been answered Cole ColeAnd ColeAnd ColeAnd
And the policemen in n the courtroom courtroomgrinned courtroomgrlnne4 courtroomgrinned
grinned grinnedHow grlnne4How grinnedHow
How abont the convictions asked askedAttorney askedAttorney askedAttorney
Attorney Lambert LambertCole LambertCole LarubertCole
Cole was wastorced forced to admit that the ar arrests arrests arrests ¬
rests of the officer were generally fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by convictions and then the thepolicemen thepolicemen thepolicemen
policemen In the courtroom c stopped stoppedgrinning stoppedgrtnnln stoppedgrinning
grinning grinningThe grtnnlnThe grinningThe
The connection between ween the gun n sold soldon soldon soldon
on July Jul 29 1310 by William Wagner Yag er a agun agun 1 1Un
gun dealer eal r and the revolver now in inthe inthe inthe
the bands of the police looked broken brokenyesterday brokenyesterda brokenyesterday
yesterday when Wagner agner was called calledand calledand calledand
and declared that the gun he sold wasnot wasnot was wasnot
not the gun in the hands of the police policeThe policeThe policeThe
The gun he sold had the same number numberbut numberbut numberbut
but Wagner felt pretty confident that thatthe tlttthe thatthe
the name of the maker was on the gun gunhe gunhe gunbe
he sold and the revolver in the hands handsof handaof bandsof
of tl oc c police Is a gun without a name nameSeveral nameSeveral nameSeveral
Several other witnesses were called to totell totell totell
tell as to the dlsproltkm disp tltion > of Harris J JW JW j
W V Lade a street inspector told the thepolice thepoJicetbatthere thepolice
police poJicetbatthere that there was a3 nothing queer or orsuspicions orsuspicions orsuspicious
suspicions about Harris actions on the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon of Saturday August AUtJ AUtJVilliam 27 27William 7 7William
William Turner a colored watchman watchmanat atchmallat
at the stables where Harris worked workedknew work workknew workedknew
knew little about Harris HarrisWhen HarrisWhen HarrisWhen
When he was through as a witness witnessAssistant wltneesA witnessMslstant
Assistant A stant District Attorney AUi > rncy Turner had hadon hadz
1 z talk with hIm and then put him back backeon backCr
on the stand in an attempt att mpt to prove provethat provetbat provethat
that he was sad Just oefore the time timeof tJ timeof te teor
of his death The representative from fromthe f fthe fromthe
the District Attorneys office ber > again againappeared aailappeared againappeared
appeared anxious nnxlousto to find out the evi evidence en endence
dence that pointed toward suicide and aJJdnothln andnothing
nothing eke ekeMr fleIr riceMr
Mr Ir Turner dropped Watchman Tur Turner Turner Tsrner ¬
ner with the brief discovery that Harris Harriswas H3rrwas Harriswas
was a sad man ard it remained rer for forAttorney forAttorney
Attorney Lambert to bring brin out the fact factthat
that the colored watchman only < tiK mt at atthat I
that Harris was a quiet young 11 11and nan rwtnjfnd nanand
and he admitted that them was 8S ne eterlal ma ¬
terial term change in
either bis mental er erphysical orphysical
physical condition from the time lie had hadnrst hadrst
nrst rst known him himAttempts himAttempts himAttempts
Attempts At Ridicule RidiculeLieutenant I RidiculeLieutenant dicuIe dicuIeLieutenant
Lieutenant Milton W Farrow was Use Uselast tilestwltness theat5
last at5 stwltness witness of the afternoon anahe anahewas aM andwas he hewas
was still on the stand when a rooms roeiHeuntil r rJlntB roomsuntil
until Monday Ionda morning was na ordered c cAs
Aswith As With almost every witness not sum ¬
moned by th the police the attempt was wasmade W3made wasmade
made by several veral of the policemen on onwhat ORwhat onwhat
what might be termed the police side sideof sld sldor sideof
of the attorneys table to ridicule the thetestimony thetestlmony thetestimony
testimony of this dignified gun ext exten en
Coroner Ne Neitt Itt went after Lieutenant
Farrow with glove and piled him tlltt tllttquestions ith ithquestions ithquestions
questions as to his right to be e an ex expert eXpert e epert ¬
pert on gunshot nshot wQUndsSummoned wonndsSummoned wounds woundsSummoned
Summoned as a pistol expert Lieu Lieutenant Lleut Lieutenant ¬
tenant t nant Farrow hesitated for a moment
In his answers and this being mis mistaken mlstakeB mistaken ¬
taken by the police pollcetIiends friends as con ¬
fusion the customary cust mary smiles of scorn scornand scornand scornand
and outspoken observations were wereheard werebeard ere ereheard
heard heardThis heardThis beardThin
This has been muSh mui 11 the case since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the beginning begnltl of the inquest Several Severaltimes Severaltimes Severaltimes
times when a witness not caltod by
the police has been summoned the theAssistant theAssistant thsAssistant
Assistant District Distr1 t Attorney has taken takenoccasion takenoccasion takenoccasion
occasion to inquire what does this thiswitness thiswitness thiswitness
witness know and thus provide some someone semeODe someone
one of the police officers directing his hisexamination hisexamination hisexamination
examination to make the answer that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are a a lot of witnesses tnesSeR sum summoned summoned summoned ¬
moned that dont know kn < w anything abou abouthis aboUthis aboutthis
this case caseThe caseThe
I The peculiar fact about this state statement statement statemeet ¬
ment is that up to date almost t all of ofthe ofI ofthe
the witnesses summoned have h ve been po police police ¬
I lice witnesses 6t1 and some of them have havereally havereally havereally
really known but little of the tb case caseA caseA
A number of witnesses es were disposed disposedof
of durIng tile afternoon C C Coulter Coulterot
ot the Woodmens t investigating com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee testified te U ed as to the sanity of
Harris and his good character and to tothe tothe tothe
the anxiety of r the th Woodmen to clear clearup clearup clearup
up the mystery surrounding Harris
death d t
Praises Officer O fier Roberts RobertsT
0 > T J OTVoooshue cr he proprietor of a sa saloon saJooa naloon ¬
loon at 93 i Seventh street southwest eouthwestlocated IthwestJoeAted southwestlocated
located but bu a abort dtetanee h nee from where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the body of Harris was as found heard be rd no nopfetoi nophooI nopistol
pistol shot at t the UM hour ieir claimed by the thepottc theMr thepolice
police Mr ODoneghue paid a tribute tributeto
to the activities actlvl of Policeman Spencer SpencerRoberts SpencerRoberts
Roberts who he said had doue much muchto muehI muchto
I I to clear the Mfcchborboed hborhoodt of undcair undcairame undosirabis ir irIt
ame
ameIt It Is a pretty pretty tough neighborhood neighborhoodwhtre nelghborhoedwhtre neighborhoodwhere
whtre the body of Harris was found foundsaid fGUlldHid foundsaid
said Mr ODonegie but it is better betternow betterROW better5O5
now than several y Y0111 years < jar age Mr Rob Roberts Reberts Roberts ¬
erts has h done mighty good work in the thereishborho ther thereighborhoed
reishborho r reighborhoedH hborhoed hborhoedH d dH
H J Yeager H C Ipopfer and E EFordham E EFonlbam EFordham
Fordham of the order e der of Woodmen Woodmentestified Woodmentestified Voodmente
testified te to the jovial ojat nature of Harris Harrisand H Harrisand rrls rrlsand
and the absence of any an traits that thatwould thawouk thatwould
would indicate that he was a man con contemplating contemplatlltg contenipiatlng ¬
templating ending his life They said iaidthat saidthat id idthat
that they had never noticed a peculiar peculiaraction peculiaradon peculiaraction
action of the part of the young man manWilliam manVDUam manWilliam
William Hoover of 715 Sixth street streetnortheast Atreetnort streetnortheast
northeast nort who is related to t Harris Harristhroufch Harristhroutd1 harristhrouch
throufch marriage testified that he sarr sarrHarris 8VHarms stHarris
Harris with a gun last April and tl t that thatthe ac acthe a athe
the Kn JIt then in popoeaolon of the street streetinspector stre streetInsector
inspector tor was of a a different kind than thaDUut
that found in a pawnshop the day af after attot ¬
tot his death th and claimed to b M the one onewUh ODe1th onewith
with 1th wh whkh > b h he killed himself himxeifIn
In April Mr Hoover testified Harris Harrisbad
had a run that had a hanimerand ta81n Isnmmer r and wa wasnialler was wassataller
smaller than the one on exhibited by the thepolice th thDOUce thepolice
police which is a 33 hammertees Mr MrHoover llfrHoo MrHoover
Hoover Hoo r had never thought Harris to be beposss beS3fd bepOS553fd
posss pOS553fd S3fd fd of any mania for suicide suicideNEW
PASTOR BEGINS BEGINSDUTIES BEGINSDUTIES
TheDR DR DUTIES I TOMORROW TOMORROWThe ORM =
The Rev William R Wedderspoon
will enter upon the duties of pastor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Foundry Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church tomorrow tomorrowFollowing tomorrowFonowtDog tomorrowFollowing
Following the t e transfer t fer last spring of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the former paster pa the Rev P M MMoore MMoore L LMoers
Moore w t BF Dp1 4 kl X T Dr Wadder Wadderspoon Wqdderspon
> spoon was called from Emory Metho Methodint etho ethoftlt
ftlt Episcopal Pl Church Cbu h of Plttsburg So Soreluctant Soreluctant Soreluctant
reluctant was his congregation congres n to let lethim Jethim lethim
him go ttttar t his acceptance was con conditional OOJIdltJonal eonditional ¬
ditional upon his being permitted to toserve toserve toserve
serve the church in Pittsburg until the theclose theclCNe theclose
close of the conference 5 year September SeptemberTOCOMMAND SeptemberTO
3
TOCOMMAND TO UTAH UTAHCapL UTAHCapt UTAHCapt
Capt William S S Penson command commanding cemmandIDS commandlug ¬
IDS officer of r the battleship Missouri Missourinow
now in reserve TC erve at the Boston navy navyyard nayyyard navyyard
yard has been assigned a to the com command commntl cornamend ¬
amend of the new dreadnought dreadnou ht Utah Utahwhich Utahhlch ttahwhich
which hlch will be placed in commission commissionnExt
n nExt xt spring She will be the largest largestAmerican largestAmerican argestAmErlcan
American battleship IHLtUe hlp afloat and is a asister
sister ship to the Florida now being
built at the New ew York D navy y yard rd
ARMY ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptain
Captain DAN DA T MOORE 8th th Field Ar Artillerv Artillery Art1lier
tillerv Is relieved frajn fr further duty
in the office of the Chief of Stait Staitto Stajcto
to take effect upon the expiration expirationof
of any leave of absence that may be begranted begranted begranted
granted him amid will then proceed proceedto
to join his regiment at Fort Riley RiieyKansas RUeyKan RileyTausss
Kansas KansasThe TausssTue as asT1e
The following follo ing change in n the stations stationsnd stationsand stationand
and nd duties of G officers of the Corps of ofEngineers orEngineers ofEngineers
Engineers are ordered orderedColonel onleredColonel orderedColonel
Colonel WALTER V L FISK Is relieved relievedfrom relievedfrom relievedfrom
from station at Buffalo New ew York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and will then proceed to St LoulMo LouisMo Louis
3 Mo o ard take station at the latter latterplace Jatterplace latterplace
place placeLieutenant placeLieutenant placeLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel WILLIAM ILLI I E E ECRAIGHILL BCRAIGHiLL I ICRAIGHILL
CRAIGHILL Is relieved relle ed from duty dutyin dutyIn
in the office of the Chief of Engi Engineers Entineers Engineeru ¬
neers to take effect on or about Oc October October Getober ¬
tober M 1 1tlo 0 and will then proC PIOJ PIOJto d j
to Portland Me and relieve rclle e Lieu LKoitenaht Lieutenaflt u utenaiat
tenaht Colonel GEORGE A A ZINN ZINNLleutenant ZI ZINNLieutenant N NLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel ZINN will proceed proceedto
to Chicago Ill take station at that thatplace tbatplace thatplace
place and relieve Major ajor CHARLES CHARLESS
S BORMWELL of the duties now nowtemporarily nowtemponully nowtemporarily
temporarily in his charge pertain pertaining pertainlug n nIn
lug In to the First Chicago Engineer Engineering EngineerJt Engineerlag ¬
lag district trict relieving Major M jo BROM BROMWELL BROt1ajor BROMWELL
WELL WELLMajor WELLMajor Jt
Major WALLACE DE WITT Medical MedicalCorps YedlcalCorps MedicalCorps
Corps Is relieved from duty at Fort FortYellowstone FortYellowstone FortYellowstone
Yellowstone Wyo for Honolulu HonoluluHawaii HonoluluHa HonoluluHawaii
Hawaii Ha walt Territory TerritoryFirst TerritoryFirst TerritoryFirst
First Lieutenant ARCHIBALD F COM COMMISKBY CO1XISKEY COMEMISKEIY
MISKBY Seventh Cavalry is de detailed de detI1ed dotailed ¬
tailed to enter the Mounted Service ServiceSchool SvIceSdtool ServiceSchool
School Fort Riley Kan for thepurpose the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of taking the course in equi equitation equitation equttatlon ¬
tation at that school and will re report report report ¬
port In I person to tthe t the commanding commandingofficer commandingofficer commendingofficer
officer Fort Riley for duty accord accordingly accordln51 accordingly ¬
ingly inglyFirst ln51 ln51First
First Lieutenant DUNCAK DU CAN ELLIOT ELLIOTEighth ELLIOTEighth ELLIOTEighth
Eighth Cavalry is relieved from fromtreatment fromtreatment fromtreatment
treatment at the Walter Reed Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Hospital Ho pltl District of Columbia Columbiato Columbiato
to take effect upon the expiration expirationof
of the sick lenve of absence granter granted1him GTantejithim
him in Special Sp Orders No 223 2 Sep September September Soptember ¬
tember 23 3 1M 1M War Department and andwill a ardwill d dwillretunt
will willretunt return to the place of receipt receiptby receiptb receiptby
by b him of paragraph p ragraph 18 Special Or Orders Ordors Ordors ¬
dors No o 3 5 E September 1 19M 191 War WarDepartment WarDeparJDeDL WarDeparmnent
Department DepartmentCaptain DeparJDeDLCaptain DeparmnentCaptain
Captain DUNCAN K MAJOR JR 27th 27thInfantry ithInfantry 27thInfantry
Infantry is relieved from treatment treatmentat
at the General neral Hospital Fort Bay Bayard Ba7ald Bayard ¬
ard New Mexico to take effect on onor onor onor
or about November 1 1 19W 9lt and andwlll andwlllthen will willthen willThen
then proceed to Wbippl Barracks BarracksArizona BarracksArizo BarracksArizona
Arizona Arizo and report In person to the thecommanding tbecemmaJHlln theI
I commanding officer of that post for forduty forduty forduty
duty dutySecond dutyEecondLieutenaRt dutySecond
Second EecondLieutenaRt Lieutenant ALBERT H H MUEL MUELLER MUELLER IUELL
LER L 8th Cavalry Cavalr now on leave of ofalwence of1t ofabeence
alwence 1t ence at Parkersburs W Va Vawill Vawill Vawill
will repair to this city and report reportin
in person to the commanding officer officerWalter officerWalter officerWalter
Walter Reed General Hospital Dis District Dtstrict District ¬
trict of Colombia Col Ia for or observation observationand
and treatment treatmentCa trl1mentIf S SS
If NAVY NAVYCattD A VY VYC
S S
C Ca tn Wv w S BENSON B SON d detached ach d com command COlnIR3Dt1 centmanti
mand Missouri IissotIr to duty as a general generalinspector generalJageitor
inspector tor of r Utah h at the w works rksof rksofNos of ofNew or1ew
New York Shipbuilding Company
Camden N J rr and duty in i command
BETTER FEELING ON WALL STREET STREETWITH STREETWITH STREETWITH
WITH MODERATE TRADtNGv TRADtNGvvi TRADr TRADING TRADINGAT NG NGt
t vi ATSLIGHT A AT T SLIGHT GAJNS GAl NS
NEW YORK Oct I ITu Just t a modest modestvolezn modestvoisint
volezn of business on relatively nar narrow narrow narrow ¬ I
row fluctuations uc tvatlOJtB and with small net netgains netgains
gains on most of the more or less lessactive lessactive lessactive I
active stocks A broadening 1MOadeul g market has hasbeen hasbee1 hasbees
been bees gradually getting under way with withspurts withspurts withspurts
spurts of activity now and then but butwith butwith butwith
with no great increase m the aggregate aggregateThe acgregateThe aggregateThe
The responsible r9SJ 6ns1b1e > insiders have come to tobelieve tobtlieve tobelieve
believe that October I conditions would wouldwarrant wouldwaIT3 wouldwarraflt
warrant waIT3 t a better range ra ge of prices but butthey buttheydo butthey
they theydo do not look for any material ad advance advaDCe advance ¬
vance until the money market lets up upmaterially upmaterially upmateriahly
materially Just at present there doesnt doesntseem doesnts doesntseem
seem s m to be any sign or ease in money moneyThe mone3The moneyThe
The daily calls for crop movement and andthe andthe andthe
the reduction of balances to the credit creditof creditor creditof
of other banks and bankers who bo are areobliged areobliged areobliged
obliged to use their money mo at home Is Issuch Issuch Issuch
such that the Indications are for well wellmaintained wellmaintaIned wellmaintained
maintained rates for some time timeThe tIm tImTbe timeThe
The Mr pi crops of IfM i are making them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves felt on outsiders who are begin beginning beginning beginMeg ¬
ning to realize Just what aH this wealth wealthadded weaJthadded wealthadded
added to t the store of the country means meansMoreover meansMoreoer meansMoreover
Moreover the fact that stocks are low lowis lowis lowIs
is being beln brought home to investors as aswell aswell aswell
well as to the speculatively ulatlvefT inclined
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liArmy Army and Navy NavyOrders NavyOrdersL Orders OrdersMovements OrdersL I
L Movements of Vessels
of that vessel when w en daccd in com commission comJislon coinnislon ¬
mission missionCaptainR JislonCaptaJn nislonCPtalnR
CaptainR CaptaJn R C SMITH detached Naval NavalWar XavalWar NavalWar
War Cottage CoIl e Newport wport R R I to toNavy towy toNavy
Navy wy Department Washington D DC DEnsign DC DEnsign DC DEnsign
C C
Ensign H T DYER detached detac ed Panther Pantherto
to PankUng PankUngEnsign
Ensign Jt R X EMMET detached dotachetl1tlonhm detachedMontgomery deJachcdMontcmery
Montgomery 1tlonhm to o Connecticut ConnecticutEnsign CoftncctlcutEnsl LurumccUcigEnsign
Ensign Ensl E Jv j FOY detached ctac ed Connecti Connecticut ¬
cut to PauWlng PauWlngStirReon PanldtDISur PauldingSurgeon
Surgeon Sur n J T KENNEDY KE EDY detached In Indian Indin2 IndIana ¬
dIana to Louisiana LouisianaSureoii Locl LoclSureo LouisianaSurgeor
Sureoii K OHNI3SORG detached detachedLouisiana detachedLouisiana detachedLouisiana
Louisiana to Vjc VlriRta VlriRtaSurreol VlrntaSurgeon iMa iMaSurj
Surj Surgeon eon J K DFNNTS DF IS detached Vir Virginia VirgInia Virginia ¬
ginia to naw DR Dat yard Jir Philadelphia Pa PaSurgeon FaSu PaSurgeon
Surgeon Su eon M F GATES detached Navy NavyYard NavyYard a3 a3Yard
Yard Philadelphia Ph adepbla Pa to command commandof
of Solace SolaceSurgeon Eo1aceSureon SolaceSurgeon
Surgeon G GPICKRELL PICKRELL detached com command command cornamend ¬
mand of t Solace to home bomeand and wait waitorders waltorders wattorders
orders ordersAssistant ordersosslstant ordersAssistant
Assistant Surgeon Su eon H L F LAWRENCE IAWRENCEto LA WREXCEto
to Washington D CL c for examina examination examination examinalion ¬
tion and upon completion compJ on wait waltorders waitorders waitorders
orders ordersPassed ordersPassed ordersPassed
Passed Assistant Paymaster E H HDOUGLASS HDOUGLASS HDOUGLASS
DOUGLASS commissioned a passed passedassistant passedassistant
assistant paymaster from January aIluary J J13i0 I
13i0 13i0Pagaed 19 191 191Parded f fP
Pagaed P ed Assistant Paymaster R R K VAN VANMATER y yJtIATER VANMATER
MATER commissioned a passed as aslstant a at aatant
lstant t paymaster from April 14 IS8 IS8Passed 198Passe 19 19Passed
Passed < Assistant Paymaster E EWILLIAMS E BWILLIAMS i
WILLIAMS WILLIA rs detached Naval ava1 TraIn TralnIn TraInIng Trainlag
In lag Station Newport Ne port R R I L to Navy
Yard Washington D C c as assist assistant assistant ¬
ant to the general storekeeper storekeeperAssistant storekeeperAssistant tocekeeperAssistant
Assistant Paymaster r D B WAIN
WRIGHT detached detachedasslstant assistant to the thecommissary therommtssaf thecommissary
commissary officer Naval Training TraiDln
Station Newport R R I to commis commissary comm commsary coummisnary ¬
sary officer Naval Training Trahlln Station Stationwport Stationtwport
Newport wport R R I ICakif L Ldd ICiidf
Cakif dd Constructor R R M WATT com commissioned commissioned ¬ J
missioned a chief constructor and j
Chief of the Bur Bureau au of Construction Constructionand I I
and Repair Navy Department Departmentashln i
Washington ashln ton D C from October 2
191 191Chief 191t 191tChIef 191Chief 1
Chief Constructor W L CAPPS resig ¬
nation as Chief of Bureau of Con Construction Constructlcn Constructicn ¬
struction and Repair Re r Navy Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment Washington Wasbln on D C c accepted acceptedto accept d dto
to take effect Octcber Octcber1 1 TSW 191
Chief Boatswain D I MORIARTY MORIARTYinched de detached d dta ¬
inched ta < bed Independence and continue
treatment tre tment Naval aval Hospital Mare are
Island Cal CalMachinist CaIIachlnl9t eaTMachinist
Machinist H J REUSE detached Iowa lovato Io Iowato a
to Virginia VirginiaMachinist VirginiaMachinist VirginiaMachInist
Machinist T D HEALY detached Vir Virginia Virginiaand ¬
ginia giniaand and will wait orders ordersMOVEMENTS oroersMOVEMENTS ordersoVEIEis
MOVEMENTS oVEIEis OF VESSELS VESSELSARRIVED VESSELSA1LUV VESSELSAILD
ARRIVED ARRIVEDMarietta A1LUV A1LUVtarletta AILDMarietta
Marietta at Blueftelds Bl efields Txjonidas at atBoston atBoston atBoston
Boston Patapsco at New York Tri Triten Trlten Tn Tnten
ten at Norfolk Des Moines at Gi Gibraltar GIbraJtar Gibraltar ¬
braltar Roe at NorfoSc TAcoma at atCristobal atCritobal atCritobeI
Cristobal Yorktown at t Guayaquil GuayaquilaaO
and an Caesar at Sewall Point PointSAILED POIntILED PaintS
S SAILED SAILEDGlacier SAILEDGlaCier ILED ILEDGIli
GIli Glacier Jer from CHlatbote Clilm te foe San n Diego Diegoand Dle DiegoS o oand
S and Rainbow Balnhridse Barr
Chauncey Cha ceY and Dale fronrHongrkons fronrHongrkonsorCavite ttOmHonSkonfor
for orCavite Cavlte
Things 1IiD S that are unfavorable have been beenlargely been1aI beenlargely
largely 1aI ely discounted discountedaU air but the trust de decisions declelo decislons ¬
cisions clelo and It i Is more than questionable questionablethat
that the highest court Ct urt would cause causechaos causechaos causechaos
chaos In business methods without of offering otterfnr offeting ¬
feting a 8 rerrrdy rerr rerredyand and the remedy may maybe maybe maybe
be as much of a bull argument as was wasthe wasthc wasthe
the commodity decision with its hold holding holdIng holdIng ¬
ing company ointment ointmentThe aintinentThe > IntmentThe
The market highway is not clear of ofobstacles orobstacles ofobstacles
obstacles by any means but the Street Streetlias Streetlas Streethas
las come to the hc point where it would wouldrather wouldrather wouldrather
rather buy on the dips than sell on the therallies theraUles therallies
rallies and that is something It finds findsmuch findsmuch findsmuch
much encouragement in the Improve Improvement hnproement improvexnent ¬
ment In the bond market and hopes hopesfor hopestor hopesfor
for renewed favorable Jndlca ndicaons ons along alongthe
the same line lineSpeculative lineSpecuJaUve lineSpeculative
Speculative traders looking for fe the thequick thequick thequick
quick turns have not made up their theirminds theirminds theirminds
minds which way to Jump They are areabout areaboo areabout
about equally divided but more favor favorably favorably favorably ¬
ably Inclinea but this this class is not notespecially notespecIally notespecially
especially given to looking Into the fu future future futare ¬
ture taking its bearings and making Its Itstrades Itstrades Itstrades
trades day by day The public holds holdsaloof holdsaloot holdsaloGf
aloof and will have nothing to do with
the market until after at a sustained up upward up upward upward ¬
ward movement perhaps not then thenPrice
Price changes were generally In Inpoint Inpoint inpoint
point advances with Jth an occasional occasionalgain
< S gain St Paul was especially firm
Sugar lost 1 point
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6bj Shares l to ° n ala a a m m12noon So 200
3Z 12noon noon 160 i50 160390 160390NEW 200 200NEW 2DONEW
NEW YORK CURB MARKET MARKETFarnUhed lrlARKETFmnIshed MARKETFurnished
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Harriman Co New Tfcrk r8 I G B Chlpaiaa chlnrnanmanager
znana manager local brand Colorado Building BclldlnrBritish Bt11d BuildingOaen1LghLwclos nc nczwC1os
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Florence unu 214 2 i 2y 1 2i 2iGreene 2
Gfrouc 3linlngSlit IinfnJ 6 6 6 6 67 6
Greene Cananea s 6 6 6 6 t
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NevadaUtah u U iJ H HRawhide I n + I
Ohio Copper 1 1 1 li 1
Rawhide Coalition 6 6 c CBay 6
Ray Central l 2 2 ij u
Ray Consolidated ISj 15 134 ISsi 1 j IS i IS 1535 j i iWALL
Yukon Gold 3ft 3H 31i 3i 3iI i iI
I WALL STREET COMMENT COMMENTEarnings 1 1EarnIngs
Earnings of Hocking HockJn Valley VaJ1 for f r year YearendCd yearended
ended Juno uno 30 show a gross increase of
1690916 Not income increase niKt3775 Ii37i5Surplus 1323775Surplus
Surplus increase S14704CG 117003Earnings S14704CGEarnings 1170402Earnings
Earnings of Atlantic Coast Line for forAugust forA forAugust
August A uUst show a gross gro increase of i 275iiZNet 2751SS 2751SSNet lSi lSiXet
Net Increase 131153 Pennsylvania PcnnsylvanIalInes PcnnsylvanIalInesdirectly pcnnynrnsdirectly lines linesdirectly
directly operated for August show a asross aTOSs agross
TOSs Increase of 333400i Net decrease decreaseof
of 366600 Lines west est of PittBburjr and
Erie show a a gross Increase Incr e of 1053400
Net Increase of 37400 397400MANCHESTEPEngland 37400MANCHESTEREngland 400 400uAiltttsuP
MANCHESTEREngland uAiltttsuP England Oct 1 LAt IAtnoon LAtnoon At Atnoon
noon today the master spinners locked lockedout lockedout
out their35 theIr J50COO 000 employes If the lock lockout lockout lockout ¬
out continues a week and at present
there are no signs of an early compro compromise comprO comprOmise comprmist ¬
mise 200000 workers In allied Industries industrIeswill Industriesw111
will be thrown thro thrownout n out of employment employmentHarrinian employmentHarriman employmentHarriman
Harriman 8 Co CoWe We are however
firm believers in
improving values so sosoon sosoon sosoon
soon as the money situation at this thinconter
canter will allow of participation in a
speculative way Until that time ar arrives arrlves atriver ¬
rives wemust be patient and wait We Ve
believe be1le e that It Is not far distant and
that perhaps ten days before the elec ¬
tionwe tion we will see the market in the way
of discounting the favorable fall and andwinter andwinter
winter trade and1
tonAL SECURITIES SECURITIESWERE SECURITIESEREVERYQUIET
WERE IIra1IET IIra1IETTAe VERY UlET UlETI
TAe ew Washington Oft Stock Exchange ExcUftge held heldits heldits held1t
I its 1t first sesrfon OA in three months and did didthirtysir d dithirtysix l ltJllrtysb
thirtysir shares of business btI and a not notsingle no a astnge asingle
single bond transaction transactionV
V little Ra Railway preferred W red < sold at atS54 a aLanstoa a14ltb
S54 14ltb HK s01 Lanston at I 5 and ten tenshares tensh2roS tertshares
shares of Gas at 15 But the ouotatlong ouotatlongwere qoot3t qoot3twere qnetatlo qnetatlowere
were made as usual u and there was an anopen anopen anopen
open market on which aav aa orders at atmarket atrftrket atmarket
market values might have ve beer exe executed eXecuteeL egocuted ¬
cuted It would seem as if Ie there should shouldbe
be such a session every boniness day dayConsiderable dayConsiderable dayConsiderable
Considerable comment t was heard on onthe onth onthe
the th Street today anent the sale 8 1e of a abig a aM aFig
big M block of Gas shares l at a price pricesomewhere price5Omewh pricesomewhere
somewhere 5Omewh re between K and nd K although althoughrumor althoughrum althoughrumdr
rumor rum rumdr r alone thus placed the figure As Asthere Asthere Asthere
there were probably other considera considerations ceoaideraUons censideralions ¬
lions and ends involved in the trans transaction transaction transaction ¬
action its importance as a market tar factor tarter fartsr ¬
tor was lessened 1Pesenedlf If indeed it could be bosaid besaki besaid
said te have any effect oa the market marketwhatever mark markwbatever marketwhatever
whatever wbateverG whateverGas whateverGas
Gas G shares sImr were offered at 74 Ji with wit
76 3 bid The 4s were very firm with 1iJ F
bid and J 1 ne 11 asked Speculation in the thrcertificates th theert1Acates thecertiuentes >
certificates is at a a standatIK because becausethey becausethey
they are held at 1M 1MSALES 1lSALES WitSATS
SALES TODAY TODAYWashington TODAYwas TODAYWashington
Washington was lam o Hallway Rallwa aadE4ectrIc aBdEI ctrk pre
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f ferred 1 1UtercallLaD5ton 1After e fc
After UtercallLaD5ton call callLanston Lanston 36 36Washington j4 j4Washington
Washington Gas GasB M 1S8 1S8BIclandAsked BS BSBid
Bid B BIclandAsked and andAske Asked On QnLocal OnLocal OnLocal
Local Exchange ExchangeBid ExchangeGOVERNMENT
GOVER GOVERNMENT XENT BO BONDS BONDSBid Bid SBid S Ask
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U S s Coupon 43 IB Ha1 Ha1D 313D 2
D C C 3 38Is 5s 1W 106 106GAS 1 1GAS iesGAS
GAS BONDS BONDS BONDSOeoretown BONDSGeorgeto > 5 5Georgetown
Georgetown Georgeto Gas Ga is isas s 1 1Washington jfiS jfiSAVasMngton
Washington as on Gas 4s 4 tK 110 110Washington INWaSilngton 11 11Washington
Washington Gas Cert ffs BSlro M io ioRAILROAD 191 191RAILROAD H HRAILROAD
RAILROAD BONDS BONDSCapital BO BONDSCapital Ds DsCapitat
Capital Traction R R Ss s 114 IT ITAnacostia 11 11Anacostla 11Anacostia
Anacostia Potomac Fs 3O3 102 102City 1 1Clq 102City
City Suburban is 3 i K lOCVa 102 102Columbia
Columbia R R 3s s JM 1 10S 10SColumbia l lCoIuma 102Columbia
Columbia R R rs 6sletropoUtan M 4Metropolitan 4 i iMetropolitan
Metropolitan R R 5s J < 10S 10SWaBiu 10Wash 106Wash
Wash Ry Bier 4s 53i 53iWash SPiash 33 4 4Wash
Wash ash Alex fc Mt V is isMISCELLANEOUS 5 5XISCELLA 9 9MISCELLaNEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS XISCELLA OUS BONDS BONDSPotomac BO BONDSPotomac Ds DsPotomac
Potomac Elec Cons Ts s lW i l 191 191Potomac 101Potomac < ft ftPotomac
Potomac Elec Lt Ss s M9 1mr M 4 1W 1WC 1MC 11 11C
C P Telephone 5s 3 14 i 306 306Colonial 1tI6Colonial 106Colonial
Colonial Beach is s 35 105 105Emerson 1 106Emerson 6 6Emeron
Emerson Steam Pump ffs SS SSPUBLIC 9iPUBLIC 93PUBLIC
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS STOCKSCapital STOCKSCapital STOCKSCapital
Capital Traction 12S 1 133 133Wash 1dJWash j jWash
Wash Ry Elec com 31 i iWash SS SSWash 6Wash
Wash Ry Bloc pfd S7 872 SS SSWash W SWash SSjWash
Wash Alex t Mt t Ver 44 44W 45 45N 45N
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Washington Gas is isG g 7S 7SGeorgetown 78Gecrgt
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