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'Jii.SA, Hcpl. 1 7. Maximum TH; 1 1 M l . 1 1 ii i n . i North winds., pittly cloudy, rainfall .7 null. JW O Rs TV TV G r WASHINGTON, Hi.pt. 17. Oklahoma: Fair Thursday; Fri day f 11 1 r mid wanner. -Wk w , " M IfV " - - - j m i nil i.f.am i wihk associ atf. i iiifss iiipoitT. I I I I. I I Yd i Willi. A ssi x I 1 !: I) l i! I ss 111 Poll , VOL. I X . N'O. 2 TULSA, OKLAHOMA. T 111 ' K' s I A V . K I'TI : M I! I! is, 1 !i 1 l im r i: i-' i v i: c i: ts ..J . v K WATER KU SOS II HP, IS. i fcllOI l.l I l llMSH AX AMI'LU SI I'l'I.V OF GOOD DUIMilNU W ATI K. SHOWS UP ILL CN TESI Slunj DUTiiiillir I iiiouiiloicil li ne lliiuynl (lir Woik ol' Completing; llio l'lllllt. Tin- l!iMit 1 1 i iu 1 1-i i of 1 Ity ofi'b lnla 11:, it representatives of llio local pl't I,. t!i.' water phint yesterday rcV-ulcl II:.. l ir' tile big Wrtll Whi:ll CUlnpldci, if It holds up according lo tl.o I his li 1 1 made, with tliu flvo dinull Wells iloVV 111 opiTUtioU, ought to I mulsh im umple supply of puru water lor all city pui poScs. The of ficials cli-ny Unit they nmdo the promise u littli! user a niunth ugo Unit liny would I111VB U10 wdl com pleted mid In operation within a month. They admit, huHrvtr, thu' Ihev did say they would havu tlx- well h.itiicicntly completed to ueiuoiisti'utJ whether the plan which the udiutnls Union is working on of toiling a h 1 1 1 v of wuti-r from wells worth f.UU.w iiiK out und that this has been li.. n.'. The in-iv wi'll Is fifty feet In (Hum ,! 1 .mil I' about thirty feet il. i wit!) a Prick w.ill liii.l i cement on iron dio.s. Aa 'he w-ll has been Jug Iho '..i) ii-ih b en lowered and lucidicd In height h iih tin- work progressed. A Miv.it many dilficiiities have been el minter. d. Din' di'lay of two week was lausod by ih" non-111 rival of u ii.nii and the w.i ! oaino In so fust that workmen rould nii'.ku no pro Kr,v what. v.t. Afi.'r it" arilvul ho trunk of h larm; ti'- was I'luounti-fi'd mIiii'Ii had to ho ilynaiul fi. Thla was an urioxpivt.-d id.ntac'.u hut iih K..ii as H w-ii.s ovi-n onii- th.' nhal.' wan l.a. l'.nl and ln?l.ad of h.-uiK i f an r'.i-n fiifa.v, it was nr-KUlnr. iki'.'s utaiinn Iho laiim' of hrl.'n around in tli.' low pjaii's ii'ul. rn.a' h th.i iron hlio.H on whi.h the wall 1'ohIh mii'1 this work Ih ilelayinK th.) conililulloii of till' w.lh lias Sllulil Tule. Wati-r Suiii-rinti'iidunt HallarJ i-stl-mat. -a that thu new wall will product! ln'tween threi; and a half and four million kii lions of water und from the :cst inn (If yesterday Ills estlmtt appears t'i b fully warranted. There mo 148 four Im h intakes with sand imlntH extending from two to elh'ht feet out from the top of tlio Mhaie. The water la pure and coin pnratlvcly dear except fur a sliKht taa'e and (ulorlnK of Iron which rtupperinlend tt Hallard finN can be eliminated with u very little treatliiK. At Ui present time the water from all the v eils is heinK turned In wl'h th rlvei water without any treatment for tho Iron. It la the Iron doubtless that causes the colored sediment that hall a tendency lo tarnish which is so liiiticahle in lava'orlcs and bath tubs where city water Is used. Ai knu.-us is Ki d. The Arkansas river was on a ram pan..' vestoiday and looked like tilt) Kcil sea. This it is believed Is due to a rain on ihe Canadian or torn other stream in the western par: of (he stale where the soil Is of a red J Mi cast III i oior and la entirely ri If -l'.-rent Ir un U e wn vr that ordinarily tomes down the Arkansas. Theiv is no way of determining just w hen I he big well will be com pleted and In the ni'-nntlme the ordi nary Miiip.1.40 which has to be pump ad out win never It rals' g to a point tf Intorf re with the work, tiether wi h the five sinail wells now in use, are mipplyiiit; uhoiit two ami a half million Ral'i.ns of water a day. With this enough wat.r from the river is tieated and mi.Mil to supply iho de mands of the ol y. l"nlil the riso In the river yrsierday the uuality was very inin-h Improved, but with the new alluvia conilm; down the river the water was badly roiled and hard to tn at. Urcilulm; tin1 IUt. The 1 It v also has a. dreile at work In the rlwr clearing the channel and preparing an ext. nsivo dam In which wlllowH will be planted to do away with the sacks of sand necessary to control the flow In high and low flngo. The administrn'lon txpects to keep the river Intake open merely un an emergency supply and whllo they inn not Vive any assurance as to when the wells will be completed lrom that source for all purposes and lis HiipcrintenUent Hallard says, trent it to eliminate the slight touch ol Iron, thus giving the city un abund ance of pure drinking water. May Hi- H) Days. It may take sixty days yet before the will Is completed. The work Is l.eitiR conducted by J. P. Uaker, an engineer who (or a number of years was connected with the .Metropolitan street Hallway Company of Kansas City, under the direction and super vision of Superintendent Hallard and Commissioner Hallard with The active support of .Mayor Wooden. A great tunny Improvements havp been n.adn in the general system during the past few months. The World has never fought to discredit personally any of these men anil has never had any plan or scheme to supplant the one which ih" city Is working under. It has always maintained that the work was not progressing as rapidly ns It fhould and thit results hnvc not been ihfinl e enough and that this city needed and could have an ndfipiate wat.r supply. After a cursory ex mninition of the wmk being done und the plans for the future The AVorld can only give the fa. Is as far lis It has been able to iiscer'nin them. !" shortly have au opportunity to It looks very inmh like the rlty Judge for l"clf whether or not the plan the administration Is working out Is the right one to adopt. The World Is free to admit that It appears to It tha' the city Is pursuing tho right plan under the circumstances nnd ther Is every reason to believe that this city within a very reason able lime will huvu an ttbimduul sup ply of pure water for all purposes ami that the supply cuii be easily In creased to meet the growing future, demands of the city. In Urn luenn tlmu The World will continue lo glvn ui: Un. publicity li cn.-i lo the pro gress i,f thu work until It Is complet ed. 1. 1). 0. r. si:i.i:ct Atlantic utv lliiilt llie Milliliter of DiforntloiH ol CliliMlry. MINNKAI'iil.lH, Sept. 17. Atlantic City was today sel.-eted for the 1HH sessions nf the Sovereign Urnnd Lodge Independent (Uder of odd Kellows. 'Iiu. mlltary council adopted a ruin that the decnratl f chivalry shall not h given to only one person for every hundred members or major traction of a hundred members In ea- li lodge. Formerly (hero was no limit to the number who mlhl re ciHu tile decoration. Morn than l.i.uinl persons, Includ ing looge oltlccrs and other members of th"' tinier, bended by the patriarchs militant, participated In thu parade tonight. ILL 511 1 11 CfiSB I.MPKAt 1IMKXT COl'KT WILL UK .1 TRIAL OK ( HIKK I.MICC TIVi: TODAY. Hut His Opponents Hi llevc He W ill Tako the 'I'a-Jct.t Way" Heforo Trial Hits (.mil' Fur. ALBANY, N. Y.. Kept. 17. Tho stage Is Set for the opening at ininn tomorrow of the trial of the Impeach ment cf William Sul7.1T governor ol New York, before the llrst high court of Impeachment ever convened In this state, to pass upon charges filed against the executive. While (iovernor Siilz.-r conferred tonight wilh his counsel, membetfi ol tho assembly board of managers, who will uct as prosecutors, riiscuHsed with their legal assistants methods of pro cedure on the morrow. .Members of the court also mapped out their plan of action. Friends of the impeached executive, repeated their assertions that he la In good spirits, confident of a verdict that will clear his name of the stigma cast upon It by the adoption of the articles of Impeachment. They were no less certain that he had nu thought of resigning and thus escap ing the ordeal of what promised to be a lengthy trial. On the other hand, his opponents were free Inexpresslng the opinio that after the legal pre linnary had been swept away and the taking of testimony had begun tho governor would surrender his otllce rather than face the cross examina tion. From tho governor's camp came no intimation of his defense. There were surmises. however. These in effect were that his counsel would attack tho validity of thu im peachment on the ground that the assembly had no authority to ndopt the articles while in extraordinary Session Htid that efforts would be made to prevent senators who served on the l'rawley commlUee and those, who may be called on to testify from sitting aa Judges. If the preliminary objections are overruled, and It Is the general opin ion tonight that they will be, It Is understood that the governor will base his defense on the claim that whatever he may have done prior to his Inauguration last January none of his acts while executive constitutes a high crime or a misdemeanor. The belief that the preliminary legal technicalitleH will be quickly disposed of is strengthened by the as sertion tonight of Chief Judge Kdgur M. CiiHwi of the court of appeals, who will preside over the delibera tions uf the high court. .Net's No Delay. "I anticipate no delay either In the opening or the course of the trial," he declared. "I expect we shall he able to decide the preliminary legal questions that may arise within a few hours and proceed with the taking of testimony sjusslhly on Fri day morning." The proceedure to be followed the older of voting and other details, Cullei said probably would be de cided by a committee composed both of Judges of the court and senators. An important development today was the announcement by Chairman Levy of the assembly managers that John John B. Stanslleld had been added to the prosecutors legal battery. Other attorneys who will aid In the prose cutlon are Alton H. l'arker, Kdgar T. Hrackett, Eugene Iimb Hlch.trds. !s adore J. Kresel and lllrnm Tondd. According to present plans as gon as the senate has formally convened tomorrow a committee will notify tho Judges tint the senate Is ready to take Uf) the business of the court and the Judges will then po to the senate chamber. The board of managers of the assembly will then appear and prese it the articles of Impeachment. At this point Uovernor Pulzer will bo culled lo present his answer. This will be presented by his lawyer al though It Is expected that before it is given the disputed points will be raised by his counsel. Financial Hill Are Pas-xd. ALBANY, N. V., Sept. 17. The personal appeal of Acting; Oovernor Olynn to tho members sufficed to swell the attendance, nt the session of the legislature tonight so that the lenders were able to put through their (Inanclnl program. A direct tax 1.111 of slx-tesths of a mill passed the senate without objection nnd the as sembly by a vote of 86 to 12. It was claimed the state would face serious tinar.clal embarrassment unless the direct bill passed. Rev. Hans Schmidt, Catholic Priest Who Confes sed to the Torso Murder, and Hi:; Two Captors 6 vlr4;- f ,1. J I. .fjn , t x X -f! hi . 5 f A U,( t r. - 1 h 11 j f'' V,, t '". twm. 11 ,j t f 'Ui' wi-4 i" & .rr-v -J- , J " ( , iji JJeli.-Jl'' e .11 iS; T) 9 V Jl" IV"" f Jf " 1 - ' . Ni;V VHHK, S-pl. 17 - la ft to I right: Police Inspoc'or Fauni, Itev. llans Schi'iidt and Coroner Feinbcrt:. photographed after .Schmidt, itBist- ant pastor cf St. Joseph's Roman i IRE IS DiSCLO dk; 1 r iti: oui) of imukst's al- M'.KI) PAUTM It IN CIMMF.. Scunii of Aiiollnv Aparlineiil HcicjUs llahy ( lot lies ,,f the l.lrl Killed by the liiMinc IVIt'Ml. NKW YORK, i-ept. 17. That Hans Kchmldt, the Jekyl-1 Iyde priest whoso dual life was exposed Sunday when he was arrested and confessed the murder of Anna Aiiniuller after kill ing the girl and dismembering h"i body In a liradhurst Aveenue flit', hired another apartment In which he presumably planned to conceal him He.lf, was developed from police dis coveries toduy. Kvidencu also was found Unking closer and for a longer period than had been supposed, the lives of Schmidt and his alleged counterfeit ing partner, tho dentist, Dr. Karnest .Murot. The latter, papers found in his of fice indicated, had left London for some offense committed while prac ticing medicine there and had prac ticed in Chicago under the name "lr. Arnold Held," leaving thHt city and dropping the name of Held some time after July, 1SI09. Although Muret has claimed he met Schmidt only bIx months ago, evidence has appeared that they had been related as long as two yeares ago und the dentist long bud had knowledge of Schmidt count erfeiting experiments. District Attorney Whitman returned to tha city today from a brief visit and took the Investigation In hand. Tho detectives, still scouring the neighborhood In which Aumuller was murdered, found today that three days after the crime a man resemb ling Schmidt but giving another name rented an Eighth Avenue apartment for which he paid a months rent. Two suit cases left there contained photo graphs of .Mrs. Aumuller. liuby clothes made up and patiently em broidered and material for many other garments enough for a com plete outfit for an Infant wore among the contents of the grips. Some of Schmidt's clothing was there also. Several Interesting discoveries re. suited from the search of Dr. Slnret' office today. A physicians cord bear ing Pr. Muret's name with a Ixmdon address was found, as well ss letters addressed to "Dr. A. ileld," In Ham burg, Mcrmany and to "M. Ernest," In London. Some of the letters bearing London postmorks were signed "Vera" the writer describing herself as "your loving wife." One encouraged him "to corns home, as he had nothing to fear from the defectives." "You can come back In safety If you wear a false mustache" another passage In the letter read. Muret finally admitted undr questioning today that he had known Schmidt at least a year. Their ac quaintance hegr.n when Schmidt con sulted him aa a patient, he said, and a friendship developed. Rclntlve M'ntlfled of Denlli. SAN ANTONIO Tex., Sept. 17. William O. liobertson, killed by .Mex ican rebels In Slnaola, was from San Antonio. Helatives hero were noti fied ol his death by Secretary Bryan. . .1,' AI 1 -ft, . t ,Mr 1 t -il l I s 2fa ( atliolie ehu'-ch In a Voik had con- fesseil th.il lie w:'.- ihe mm defer of 1 Ihe in st .j ions girl 'i ini. p.,i ts "f WllOSC III 111 jllll I'll buiv luiil be.ll piek- uuj ,uit of the Hrdson tic.-i durnr the last two weekn. Schmidt said Ihe . 1 2 DAYS lmvo clapscil since date 011 which 1li! city admin istration, a month juy viouslv d'-t'initelv promis ed that it would furnish an ample supply of pure drinking water through the city water mains and the promise has m.it vet been fulfill, d. imif 11 m mm 111; awaiis iatkadition iii:h im; si t foi: i:t ti idy. Was tireelt'il I iilliiislastlcnll v at IA cry Stup Hint ii'ii Littleton and Concord. CONCOItn. V. H., Sept. 17. Harry Kendall Tiraw was orought to the capital of New Hampshire this after noon to uwatt a hearing before Oov ernor Fclker on Tuesday next on the matter of his extradition to New York. If extradition Is refused ht will be a free man to go whore h will within the borders of this state; If It Is granted, his caso will be re viewed by tho district court on a writ of habeas corp is granted by Judge Aldrlch, and pei haps appealed to the supreme court of the United States. Thaw reached here from Littleton, N. H., where yesterday his lawyers obtained u continuation of the writ of habeas corpus In His behalf, shortly after i o'clock this afternoon. A crowd which cheered him with lusty enthusiasm gathered at the station, and lollowcd him lo his hotel. Tu nigiit he remained In seclusion, con ferring with his counsel, Wlilhiiu A. Stone, ex-(lovetnor of Pennsylvania, who has acted In the double rapacity of counsel for Thaw and personal rep. resentathe for 'he Thaw family. Governor l-viker was at his home at Hocheetei tonight und It has not been decided where the extradition proceedings will he held, whether In the ioun.il chamber, Just off the gov ernor's ((iinrtets, or In the mute chamber. The state house stands nlmoHt di rectly opposite tho Eagle hotel, where Thaw Is held under tho Joint custody of Fnlt"d States Marshal Nulo and Sheriff Drew of Coos county. The curious, tho s nipathetlc und the enthusiastic greeted Thaw at ev ery station between here and Little ton today. Two women school teach ers, a minister und a venerable man of 80 were among the many who wished him good luck and good cheer. At Plymouth, where the fugitive lunched, the restaurant proprietor presented til iii with a Pox of 1 Igars. Thow promptly bought two boxes of cigarettes and left them with tho re mark: "Give theae to Jerome." A h c ) t. - 1 girl. Ann A 11 in 11 1 'or, had form-iiy l.-eii eicpiovi as a Nt rvat.l In bis 1 ..'ii 01 y ; 1 h.i t he f 11 In ho. e wi' h her and that knowing p.. wus a pib'S' he could neir 1. tally her he tlcchied to put her mil 1 f eMsietioe. inn 1 II Itl : ATI :N Til HOLT CAMTS ON nu: ci miiAi Y MF.Ast hi;. "Allalla Hill" ...( Into llie Limelight by Predicting Kiiln fur the DeiniHTiillc Parly. WASHINGTON, Kept. 17 -All 1 i.'wnth hour revolt from the will of ho caucus and the leadership of Ihe banking anil .-uireiiey ciunnilttee spread atnotin ib in. . isir of the house t"iiiuht with Ihe 11 il 1 1 1 1 ii 1st 1 a 1 1 n bill within 111" shadow of Ihe final u'e 1 poll Us pass.e,., thle.'ili" eil fo! a 1 1 hie to I e ' ' 1 1 s. t I , e 1 H pl'o ol ' i ,1K bill Ihe p.niv 1 ' mil im finally ,,? the sit ual 1011 in ha lid ayahi . ('hull mai other . Wile pi I llh ol amen! a III US' lllellt pa 1 th-ii l.i r ly Glass of the . oniniltli e ibis w bo a id'd wl'h him w 01 rled mill 1 loir pi e- II f forded Iih''. , I,,., a ,, 0 ' he 1 p ij I ic ,. 1 is and to I 'l i.L' n ull e Le.lil. t Miliiloek. TI n.Oliy Sieei be Vote hisied Ihroiikih on ne ib-moi rat ic sub veial from hitosm ih. nish- and one vote In whPh more demo, 'in I s lo-Heit-d the eommi'tep than had 'eft Its standard on ativ of the 11. not. d itleStloriH brought up before. An Rtnctn! m-nt bv e r sentatlve I'Vss, of Ohio, dslgne. to maim 1 in all bgal ui 011 v 11 a parlly and insur" the retention of the gold standard, 'diised nil the troubles. Some d"rno . rats professed to s. In It a revival of the old Issue rf bl-tnetnllsm and ..penlv charge, 1 that th committee In endorsing such en amendment was offering a gratutiioiis Insult to four fifths of the democratic party. That Issue, they pointed ou was settled 1 6 years ago. Would lloli Caucus. Itcpre'O'tifotlv" Withcrspoon of Mississippi was the first to announce that with su.'h an amendment 'a. k.'d to the Mi h" would bolt the caucus end vote nifalnst it. "I will never vote for It" he shou' it. "for I am nn honest man." "I challenge the right of the cum inlUce to bring In such an nmend im tit its this." said liopn sentatlve Wlngo. "Some body Is playing poll f it and trying t,, piimilliite fmr-ffth of th" Iji'lll.i' r.'ll e party It li useless --If Is childish. "Mr Wilson and .Mr. Urvtin I t n 1 In .1 wl'h Mr. I'.rynn tonight - w nut tils amendment." Murray flot Hot. Itelirisent.itiv M'irr.'iy of okl.ihoms deiiarsd that It was 11 11 Insult to democrats ' !nd"ie sto-h an amend incnt. "I want to suv now," he sliou' e,, WAlklng toward the demoi rutin eillimlttee table, "that the peop'e of this conn'ry will not follow you to the polls to xt November on this Is sue." HeprescntaHv Shirley poured nil "li the troubled wateis only tn hav them stirred iigilti a moment later by r.'.preeerta'lve Murdoek. Mr. Shirley said that the amenditirnl . ii'ii do no hhrm and might do noml and that It was time for demn ruts tt forget what was behind and reckon with what was before ' Th'i ri pnbll 'adis nr pluvlng poll, lies with us." wes the taunt of Mr. M unlock. "Th"y propose to g t separate vole on the amendment and 'he bill In the linusx und put the. dcniocruts on record. It's a trap that I A. e . ... ... ,. If) li ') lv J i . fCf. ) r tr i, (If :: '' :v . i.. ,i 1 " . 11 r 1 'ics ii.' ,.., .i.g .,ti I., n.ui, 1 1 1 ' o if ."I win! 1 u 1 II. lulu 11 to .1 head " A. li,. . 1; . ,.! f M r .11 ill .1. I. l-p. II liept ' ll I l I I C WIlKi. Ill " 'I l.e ...! I .1, II I . I I I .v. I ' 1 I e I 1 it H oil tlO' ailieiellll.nl " ' e- I ill Tie ! I lis I ,11.1 .'l.e I.. ... ,l III, "Will ),!,.: 1 lo I Mo- I 1 1 I lo ill .. t... Il.o lel- I ' M I I I I I I li'H U 111-, lilt. I 1 1 ( I MOO, 000 HI.,, in h. Mi, Pile 11I llie VMlobwilr III, III, . 1.1 i' ii .1 . ii. " is, i k , s., pi. 1 ; - File lib ll - , 1 1 I , i ! he I !n ee ..!,,, y I'll, li I nulla,. I Ihe I 1, I. I,. I I'oi'en .ltd l'l Nil 1: I I...I I', , .HKed .1 lo-.l 1 1 1 e li o , 1 1 S , -1 I I ,.!: lo lilt III e I llll lie, I .ll '. en I , 'I . i.lbllllg Is III I I -nt. I o llie 1 t i Cic :. .1,. , ...I 1 , I I ,,,, .,1 ,. U to .. Willi w hl.il Ihe I'll I .Mill, ,i t lie e 1 ' ' 1 1 IS of Ihe elilhu .llle Itiiell fl'e p.iruii. il 11 ise.i .iin.,i,i, ral,rf . 1 . ' i.e e . I or ,i 1 : 1 1 1 1 It was hi ., Colli II l,l.e' . ollll o aftef I lee ' . I I I'd work 'llie e 'l I llie I ' ; s u .01 'I I use i 1, v i at. r. SSlilll tl! ! m sehekj U HI I li M U I US Ml M sl K ll A SIIiiKT I I It VI IN Fl 1)1 K 11, I'l AII I Vil IKY. JOICE BLAn.ES THE BOOZE Calls. I l In Ivnuit v socid v Must PuJ I. r Iti l.avll of .social i on, hi Ion. c N I KANFI.-id 1, K pi. 17.--Two '.n.. In Hie f.-ileial penitentiary nil .M. Neil Nhin.1, ii'.hliiKloli, and a tile o .',,11111 Is the sentence Impos ed 01. Alain y I. I link's, former shiti- an h,'e ihf hi 1 I of California, be, iiusm of his 1 Keno with Marsha Waning f'.'iciaiu.'iito girl. Eighteen .11 thu same, prison and a line ') was the penally given his 1 I . HI' i"l and eompiiniou, !'. Dicw I'ltiu 111. 111, n u of Anthony t 'limine! ll I mi d stalls 1 oiiiitilssioiier general of i iiiiii.'iation. for a llko nfiemio. ( 'li 1 1 1 111. 111 duped with Marsha Wur liiig'ou s friend, l.olu .N'orrls. Tim iisuhI mo it. ins for a new trial and for arrest of judgment were da llied. Judge Villi Fleet granted, how ever, a stay of execution for ten days, during which the defendants will be out on bull fixed lit JIS.UUO and $10, 000 respectively, while their counsel urn perfecting an appeal to tint I'nlt- 1 Stales circuit court of appeals for II writ of reversible error, which, If granted, would entail new trials. Nwildicil Prisons. Ill designating the prison where seul'-ncti should bo executed. Judge Vim rieii of tho Fulled States cir cuit court first mimed San iuenUu peiilli Hilary, a slate Inst it ut ion. When obj. '.11011 was made to San (Jiienllli, when. Inggs and Ciimllietl Would as-oiialo with housebreakers, high waymen 1 n ii p. kiiockets, he amend ed Iho sent. ii, ,. t,, rend McNeil Island, su'ije. t to the eoiieiit n-nee of Hie atioiney geui-rul, which he did not iiou'.t he , 011IJ obtuln. I'lKg.H an. I I'limliotll sccihcd un ion,, -rncd w hen s nlein o was pro nounced. A f'".v minutes later, they laugh, d and chatted with the iieus ,,..p. in. ii over tb.it plight. 'I'ii.i tnolh. r and brolher of Cumin- etll Mild the Wife ami I'll I l.-P of DlKgS Wife 111 colllt. The two parents of llie prisoners 1 1 .-1 1 1 - 1 with h.,wed heads to Judge V..II li, el s Words. Mis, I Cat's sl,,r., hlallh Iv ill I he Judge I giving, no sign ih.it slie nail.'.ed .'hut j ills .vol d.) n. cant. 'i liis was 11 1 rime of o p pi 1 1 ! unity, aid Judge Van Fl-et In posing sen tence. '1 111.au thnl '.he InMiy of Sol till . 1, minions llll'i 'be I k ot parental control mad.) It possible." Drink Was Itcspoiisible. "1 wish to si that all through this elIHe, thole IS ll., evldili, e that dl'ltlk had Its p a 1 .1 lyl i,g inllu.iiee on Hie moi. lis nnd tie- minds ot Hi. so men und the young wills with whom tin I wa nt on tii.it trip to Item,. The p-r- rlble, debasing in.iueiii , of the saloon ind the road hoiou- is loo disgusting ly uppurent, and I make the observa tion h'to that society must pay the price f,,r permitting the existence of these highly ol,.,., tlonablo places. "This does not lo lp me to cX'Ul pate these defend. nits I agree with counsel that the ibgrc of offense I committed by these men (if the court may be permitted to refer to degrees j of this 1 itme. where- the Mann act rails to) n let a s grave m in cases m hem nn 11 trai.. snort w un.'ii from one state 'u nnoth'T for purposes of gain. The originally did n..t "n tctiiplate cases of thin character, nor was It the lnt"iitli 11 "f Congressman Mulin as ipt"ss,, to tn llie-. ! spinal committee in expi-nnlng tho I bill, that It should. "Hut congn -is In passing the bill, added that any 1 1 n 1 s,,,,rt om for any lit, mora 1 1. t w h re the w, num tt.il'S.ot '. i V IS l.p.-irv , Kl'os. d to llel II 1. ll. I '. s)o i! I I t- IllllnV ful, Ulld that hi" .. .t ii.', i uses w ithin the put V !eV "1 the s'at lle. "Congress fallc'l to alter the lust portion of th" net which gave the statute Its common Paine, th white slave traffic act. ntnl In so failing h ft the means by whl'ii the general irh iiniletsui tiding and in Isl up rpreta 1 h m loivn come about." The court th. 11 pased sentence. "Mp I.ol lS" 1VM IM'I.Y KII.LFl) Killing t ar Capslcil on a Nebraska Track. NoKFOLK, Neb.. Sept. 17. Louis Munshettl. the Italian nutomoblli driver, known as "Mud Louis" who won the speed championship of South Amen, a In 1V0U, ltH, und 1911, was; Instantly killed bore today In the ,- i on. I race of tn Not folk Fall festiv al meet. Manghettls cur capslted 011 a i curve, throwing him lieadh ng p. ,':;,. outside of the trade und breaking his ! tieck. ' GlHfiii I " II IKiilllHiil II 4 OM I HI It 1FS I'lloM M K( i!IV(. IS I.KWH AUMV l'l!l)i;. I oil-si lamp I.e. ., However, cro l.i .en local 1 nation by (he I I1I011 Soliliels,, t'HA li'AN'.u UIA, Ten 11 , .- pt. 1,' l-nlof viii. .ut ,,f .,1, ,.i 1 ,.x, imiim women and civhi.ns 11, mi ihu forty, i-cvenili .11,11 tin 1 1, ran, I Army of thu Hepuidic pallida today jua Veuled (he N. li. Forest cam , ,,f Fulled Conl'ud ei ile veteran. 1 j. irl nijiaUng in Hie pageant. Clad In Hu ir gray unl forms ihe smii iieiu. 1 n vveie pre'iai un t" ' 1 ' u 1 111 the lino of mail h Willi Fonyiho Post No, lr,, ,.f Toicib,, 1 ilno, lo ll the ol der VV as OX01 UteiJ. An invitation to join ,n t lio pa. I. ido had been telideled to Colonel I,. T I Uckliison, commander of the For- at camp bv Colonel 11, .llly . .ia. Soli. comm. ,11, lei of ,, I' ,, SI I he ,,,s. 'Y" Ul llie detail. veterans p.is.led along the hue ol s.,.o,.H ,n blue to 1 lo' local 1' 11 ol tin I or;., the post, Hle Wele creel, , vv lib i lo i ts by til, l Ullloll V et. Tans. J ,s w h,. (hev Wert) ready to lake th, 11 pi,,.., , Colonel II. Hi-am Ii, I',. lined Coi,.,i, i in, kinsoii Unit the . oliilnall.b 1 ,,r ih,, depart- Ot Of I Hllo, I 'i,i I l; W'.,,-. nock, h id been Insii u, led In bur ev -fry one from the parade except un ion veloi.iiiH. Coiomd Hanson ex moss, i 'I' ep r.g r. I over i he incident, ihe conledei ale v derails also ap- 1'. ale, I 1 1 1 s I I s s 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 as the quietly in ' 1 'ii.-.l l a. k to 1 heir h. aibiuurters tlnv were given another malum by Ih" union viler, ins. Uemcl , iili nl. In a s'.il.uieiil I H. P 111-. ,11 ...ild: toniiiht, Colonel ' We legletteil I I).' ill idl'lU V I ' ' "Ui h. but I b.-li, V our comrades, ami especially th,,...,. in the Forsythe post. Wele even more ills! resseil. We hold no III feeling toward the rank and file of the boys In blue. Tho boys In blue are with us and for us and w e ate w ith and for I hem. To show that there is no hard feelings against liny of 1 hem. we are lenderlng an Pi vliation to visit our camp tomorrow night. This iniitalion Is to the rank und file of the hoys 111 blue." Th- following explanation of Ihe Imident was made In a statement to night by c.imiuaniler-ln-Chef A. H. Heers of the (J. A. II . : "Yesterday I learned that there wag a body of women here, planning to take purl In the Grand Army parade. I also underst I Hint these women were from the state of 1 ihlo. For this reason I called the attention of the comiiniinler of the department of Ohio to the following extract from general order No. 10, which reads: " "Women und civilians are prohib ited from participating In the parade and department 1 inaiiilers urn di rected o enforce this order In their rospo,'tvi departments." "I didn't know that an Invitation hud been extended to confederate vet erans to take purt In the pirade and never heard that there was any Inten tion of extending an Invitation to this N II. Forrest 1 -a 111 p. F. C. V. It cer tainly w is not tendered by headquar ters, 11 or was 1 , mission of head'iunr lers asld'd to extend such an Invi tation, nor was th., endorsement of such an Invitation to headquarters ask. ,1 No slight Intended. "The Forrest uniii of Confedcrato Veterans was ex, bided 111 aeci ir'l.i nee Villi .1 C"ll' I ll Ollb r IsSlled S'ptel- bci , I'tl.'i, hairing ill persons from be pinole 1 Vc.pt ! A Ih members. This order was h.i-. d on a custom vvbl.ii has he.-n observed Iti the past. In addition to this Ih" coiitedenito a. up was not excluded because Its 111. unl ers were form.-r confederate soldiers, but I nise it Is th policy of the Grand Army of the Kepuhllo to have only its members In the pa rude, with th" .'X".. Hon of the Sons of Veterans, who wet" "tiohilly invit ed to ,, I a." es', "US." FuMy twelve th' us.unl union sur vivors of the civil war marched In th" ram through the s'rets of Chat t'inooga today In th" parade. Cheer ing spectators lined the entire route. Singing fiinoiis songs und waving battl- flags ' 1 1 1 1 1 Glory" and depart ment banners, the veterans presantc I a pletores.iue sight which will Inn he remembered 111 Dixie. Other events of Interest in ounce. Hi n with th- ann ul "n ic'I'ment were a rcprodtii thm of the battle of M issl'tn a t v Mnlge this ii'i'Tn '"ii and .1 Grand Ann ..imp f at the city I'ul'.totiuiii tonight. HI CI. KFI No!" HP.OiillKS Falh.r of Prh-d-Murderer Denies I'hev Yrc Keluloil. A'i'll 1 Fi 'd H' KG. S-pl. 17. I!, i ii-dini. ii reports 1 ' in New 01li V. t !'.".'. Hans S.-hmtilt, the sn'f o uf. .ol tnnr.br, r and ih" ib'ti- isT. Km. -t A Mi, vd. an alleged oun-tert.'ltn-g accompli.-,.. I'l iv possi'dv be Ircheis. S' huCill s f ith-r declar ed today Hi it h.. had r . .dlier s n in America, lie t.ilke I freely of hl-i sons ciirxet ami s.i'i he wis know: .luring his M l':7, s- miliary d.us at. "The M.ld ' tor ' He beg l n f 1 show signs of insanity -'"Veil years ago and ret tedly m ide statements from th" pulpit which caused hi hi arers to laugh lo'.'el'y. Schmidt's mdher t prostritd by the affair and Is pronounced dinger ocsly l'.l with heart disease. Situation Is Acute. p.FKT.r.Y Sept. IT, A Shnngh.il dispatch save the Chl'in-Jnpatiese pit -imiii n has hi come accentuated. In I'.iilii,- it is bilicvcd tnat Japan Is ui'dig witli 'he t'o tic support cf ll'issii. The C'-'nese government Is 'let mined to a.d.i a conflict by all o .-i.'is hut danger lies In Japan's pos s i,... ir s's.enp on the removal o' Gen, mi Cli r.k-Fi-3'JU.