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TIIK 1JA11KE, DAILY TIMKS. JUHHK, VT.. WEDXKSDAY. OCTODKIl 10. 1912.
SCHEPPS ON THE STAND He Corroborates the Other Witnesses JAUNTILY AIDS PROSECUTION Played the Go-Between for Becker and Rose The Witness Is Inclined to lie Combative and C-lib. Xew York, Oct. 10. Nam tfdieppH, the Jittlc hanger-on of tliut pofiuut under world figure, Jack Hone, told his story of the shooting of Hithiiiii Rosenthal jrsterday. He iuvuvil Lieut. Becker less by repeating alleged threats mid impic cut ions ait the other witnesses have done than by minor dota'la which, while cor roborating, filled out the stories of the other, lie complete the mosaic design of the alleged murder conspiracy. The night after the murder, Nclieppn said he visited It'-oker at his house and found him sitting in the dark. The lieutenant htopped him when he went tc light a cigarette, he swore, exclaim ing: "This limine is watched. If you light that we shall be pcen." Schenps told of weeing tJie gunmen paid off at Fiftieth street and Eighth avenue, when Webber passed a package of money to Roue, who handed it to Letty Louie Da oner end fastidious, Sehepps, the debonair, appeared more likp a student of (esthetics than a denizen of the under world. Hi language would have doin credit to n college graduate. Lieut. Becker breatlwd more freeiv as the testimony of Nam Nchepps continued without developing nnv severe buffets from him. Under cross-examination, fechepp staggered among the entangle ' menta that John K. Mclntyre wove about him and attempted snarling recrimina tions. WIipii accused of being the mur der paymaster, he shrieked at Mr. Me Jntvre: "You lie:" A hush fell for a moment. The spec tators gasped. Then the voices of all licensed to speak broke out in a babel. The court admonished the witness. Sehepps began apologizing. Mr. Mcln tyre yelled he would accept no apology from such a "growling creature!" That gamblers and not ex-Police Lieu tenant Keeker instigated the murder of Herman Rosenthal, will be the line of defense as indicated by counsel for Beck er at yesterday's session of this trial. This was implied in questions asked Sam Schepps on the witness stand. HO.OW POLL Cure 250 I'urely vegetable. Hist family cathartic. IN THE WORLD CF SPORT Mordecai Brown May Become a Manager Next Season. GIANTS FELL ON JOE WOOD Red Sox' Star Twirler Batted to All Corners of the Field HERE IS A REAL DYSPEPSIA CURE "Pape'i Diapepsin" Settles Upset Stora- achi and Enli Indigestion in Five Minutes. ' ' ' " AND NEW YORK WON, 11 TO 4 Tesreau Pitching for the Giants Kept the Mine Hits Well Scattered and Boston . Was Unable to Overcome the Commanding Lead. If the National Writes It, It is right. All our forms of policies are correct. The money you pay buys that money's worth. National Life Insurance Company of Vermont. (Mutual.) S. H. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence build ing, Montpelier, Vt. Photo by American Tress Association, Mordecai Brown, who was recently released by the Cblcngo National League club, may become n manager next season. The one time pitching wonder of the Cubs bns been offered a berth as pilot or the ierre uaute club of the Western league for 1913. and It is more than likely he will ac cept. In his day Brown was one of the greatest twlrlers that ever bun dled a ball. Many experts believe he will make good ns a manager. m$A mm ft Fur Coats AT COLTON'S You have bought wagons t here, sleighs here, harness here, and all sorts of stable supplies here, now we have ur Coats to show you lot of good, serviceable coats carefully selected and offered to you at popular ow prices. Coals for $17.09 Coals for $19.50 Coats for $24.50 Coals for $29.75 It will pay you to Try Colton's S4 Slate Street, Montpelier, Vt Two Star Athletes to Quit. Followers of athletics In New York have probably seen the last of the competitive efforts of Simon P. Gillls, who won many titles while in the New York Athletic elub. and Roy Dorland. the 300 yard champion of America, both of whom will engage in business In foreign countries at an early date. Gillis, who is a member of the New York traffic arjuad. has tendered his resignation to the police commissioner. lie has allied himself with an engi neering concern and will sail for Bar celona. Spain, shortly. Dorland hns accepted a position In Brazil. No Football For Meredith. "Ted" Meredith, the champion run ner. will not be, a candidate for the Pennsylvania freshman football team, as was predicted. Meredith wanted to play, but after writing to Trainer Mike Murphy he learned that be would take on flesh !f be played football and this might In terfere with his cross country running In which he expects to excel before he leaves college. Meredith now tips the beam at about 170 pounds. His best running weight Is ten pounds less. Murphy Quits Baseball. Captain Danny Murphy of the Phila delphia Athletics mny never be able to play ball again. The injury which be fell Murphy in Chicago on the last trip west has caused water on the knee and Murphy's leg bus stiffened. It Is said that Murphy intends to give up the game and continue bis connections with Mack's trttm in the capacity of a scout. Connie Mack said recently that Murphy's injury was serious and that the team's captain would probably not be able to play again. Huston, Oct. 111. The New York Oi- tints pounded Joe Wood to all parts of the ticld :ind took such a lead in the first inning that they never were in danger of being headed by the Red Sox, winning by the score of 11 to 4 and mak ing the world's chr.mpionHhip series stand three to three. Hoston could do little with Tesreau when hits meant runs. The game was witnessed by 32,1104 people. The game started, badly for Boston, when Devore and Doyle led off with sin- gleg, executed a double steal and scored on MioUgrass double. Murray s sacrl lire sent .Snodgrass to third, and the latter scored on a single by Merkle, the latter reaching second on the throw home. Hprzog repped to Wood, who tossed the ball to Wagner, and the latter threw to Gardner, who tagged Merkle on the line. Herr.og went to second on the play and scored on Meyers' single. t leteher also singled, and Meyers went to third as Gardner dropped Hooper's perfect throw to that base. Tesreau's infield hit scored Meyers and Fletcher! went to third from second. Fletcher scored on a delaved steal, but Tesreau was thrown out, Cady to Yerkes. New York scored at intervals there after, Hall, 'vho relieved Wood, being wild. Devore was walked, and he stole second. Doyle walked, and Do vie was cr. iijiht napping. .Snodgrans singled, send ing Doyle to second. Hall tried to catch Dovle napping at second and threw wihl. Doyle scoring. Wagner then took Murray's day and heaved Merkle's grounder to Stahl for the third out. Hall got three more innings safely, but the Giants tallied twice in the sixth on a pass to Devore and Doyle's home tun; one in the seventh on Merkle's sin. gle, two outs and Tesreau's single; and one in the ninth on a pass to Ilerzog, m ilson's single an 1 Speaker's wild throw to catch Herzog going to third, Herzog completing the circuit and Wilson going to second. I hen Speaker completed a double play, unaoiiRted, getting Fletch er's fly and touching second base, doub ling Wilson. After Tesreau had walked, Devore went out, Yerkes to Stahl. Boston's Runs Far Apart. Although the Red Sox got nine hit off Tesreau, the safeties were well scat tered. Gardner started the scoring for them with a home run in the second irtiing. J hat was their lone score until the seventh, when they gathered two. With one down, Speaker singled and Jewm doubled, the lornier scoring on (lardner's out, Lewis going to third on the play and scoring when Doyle fum bled Stahl's grounder. Wagner elosed the inning ly fanning. Boston's fourth and last tally was made in the eighth, when Doyle muffed Cady's fly and Hall singled, Cady going to third, from which station he scored on Hooper's fly to Snodgrass. The score: New York. ab, Do some .Sods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly i ferment into stub born lumps and cause a siek, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dvspeiitio, jot this down; i'ape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving not lung to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective, N'o difference how badly your stomach is disordered, "you will get happy rcliel in five minute, but what pleases you most is that it -ttrengthens and regulates your stomach so vou tun eat your lavorjte foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief some times they are slow, but not sure. Dia pepsin is quick, positive, and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't coiiio back. You feel different as soon as Diupep sin comes in contact with the stomach distress just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no (rases, belching, no eructa tions of undigested food, your bead clears and you feel tine. o now, make the best investment yoti ever made, ly getting a large ntty-ecnt ease of Pape s Diapepsin from any drug store, ion realize in rive minutes how needless it ia to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. Advt. SPORTING NOTES. TXHEN you're in a hurry t you'll find that we can save you lots of time buying clothes; that's one of the ad- t vantages of ready-made gar ments; doesn't take long to get a fit and style you want. But saving time is only part of theadvantagc; saving money is another part of it; and get ting a reliable guarantee of fit and satisfaction is another. Devore, rf Doyle, 2b . Snodgrass. ef . ..4 .. .4 . . .5 Murray, If 4 Merkle, lb fi lferzog, 3b 4 Meyers, c 4 Wilson, c 1 Fletcher, ss 5 Tesreau, p 4 r. 2 3 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 11 Woman's Great Swimming Fsat. Miss Lily Smith, the champion wo man swimmer of London, recently swam from Dover to Ramsgnte. a dis tance of nearly twenty miles in 64 hours. In IS75 Captain Webb did the same swim in 8Vi hours. In 190(1 Jabes Wolffe reduced the record to 6 hours 35 minutes. Miss Smith will try to swim the English channel. She is the first woman to accomplish the swim from Dover to Ramsgate. Totals 0 Boston. :-.b. r. Hooper, rf 3. . 0 Yerkes, 2b ... 4 0 Speaker, of 4 1 Lewis, If .4 1 Gardner. 3b 4 1 Stahl, lb 5 0 Wagner, ss !i 0 Cadv, c 4 1 Wood, p 0 0 Hall, p 3 0 h. po. ft. 1 3 1 3 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 10 0 1 0 2 3 6 0 1 2 0 1 2 4 2 0 6 16 27 18 h. po. a. 1 1 1 0 1 4 1 4 0 l 3 n 1 2 0 1 11 1 0 4 4 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 5 .Tumping back nnd forth between Bos ton and New Yoik are 2S4 scribes, who are contributing articles for different newspapers throughout the land. Clifford Cravath, who won a reputa tion as a mugger in me American asso-1 eiation whil.i with Minneapolis, is about to go back to the bushes. IVesident Fo-1 gel of the Phillies says that Cravath has lived un to hi reputation as a slug-! ger, but he is not fust enough in the field. Battling Nelson may be seen soon in the ring. Nelson is up to his old-time tricks. Ticture cards and papers are flying broadcust. The, Battler knows how to advertise himself. O Hriens balk in Monday s game was the first ever recorded in the history of the world s series. This balk was the undoing of the Brockton child, whoso strong asset , the manipulation of the saliva-anointed ball. It is rumored that Mordecai Brown who has been released from the Cubs to the Louisville club in the American as sociation, will manage the club. The much-touted Red Sox outfield have yet to display their superiority over Mo Graw's suburban entries. Murray, De vore and Snodgrass have all contributed wonderful catches, keeping the outer trardens airticht. Speaker is alone the only luminary in the Boston outfield. Driseoll and McGuire have returned to the Harvard varsity squad. These two warriors are slated for guard positions and have 'een out of the fray for about two weeks. They will appear in the line-up for Saturday's game. In the second inning of Monday's game at New York, Ray Collins made short work of the Giants, five balls completed the inning. Mamuard was out on the first ball pitched, Devore breezed three straight and Doyle skied for the final putout. "Bob" Hogg'set, who was taken from Saturday's game with Dartmouth-Vermont, with what was considered a slight ly sprained ankle, will be unable to take part in either the Williams or the Princeton gmes. Since Saturday Hogg set's ankle has swollen so that he is com pelled to go about on crutches. Whit ney and Curtifcs, other candidates for left halfba?k, are also out of the game with injuries. The National league players in St. Louis are finding the American leaguer rather easy puking, lliey nave won three games to one by the Browns. Large scores are being made by oth tides. Hart Schaffner & Marx make our fine clothes; they cost less and are better than the made-to-measure you'll get. H. S. & M. Suits, - $18 to $30 II. S. & M. Overcoats, $18 to $35 Other makes, Suits, - $10 to $20 Other makes. Overcoats, $10 to $25 I Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main St. Barre, Vermont Copyright Hart Schaffner tc Marx 4 NEARLY LOST DYNAMITE. Difficulty of McNamara with Dynamite for Los Angeles Described. Indianapolis, Did., Oct. 16. While James B. McNamara and his accom plices were tossing about in a launch near San Francisco with the dynamite later used in explosions at Los Angeles, they came near losing the explosive in the ocean. Paul J. Stuparich, owner of a cafe seven miles from San Francisco, so testified at the "dynamite conspiracy" trial Mond y. He had told of the first appearance of a gasoline launch near his cafe on Sept. 20, 1910, ten days be fore the Los Angeles Times explosion. In it were three men, answering the descriptions of McNamara, F. A. Schmitt and David Caplan. He also testified con cerning the return of the launch several times. "The first time she hove in," said Stu parich, "the launch bore the name Pas time. The men came up to my place to eat and appeared to be getting the aunch ready for some kind of a cruise. WTien thev came back later, I noticed he launch's name had been changed to Peerless. The men asked me for some freen paint, wnicn I gave tnem. Later noticed something about five feet long, covered with canvas, tipping at the einii arouna l yelled: pay, fellows, be care ful or you'll lose that package.' It ap peared t be tipping into the water. They made it snug and that was the last I saw of them." Stuparich was called as one of the witnesses by whom the government as serts it will" show a connecting link be tween the MeNamaras and the present defendants, who are charged with illegal interstate shipment of explosives and with conspiracy. The canvas which the witness said he saw on the launch was declared to be the same as that found later in a house which McNamara rented in San Francisco and in which a quan tity of nitroglycerine was found. The testimony of most of the witnesses was confined to identifying letters, the con tents of which ara to be made -known later. of the boat and while they were turning I available at this writing indicate that The Attempt to Kill Mr. Roosevelt. The country will feel deeply relieved by the news that Mr. Roosevelt did not sutler a serious wound from the bullet of his would-be assassin in Milwaukee last evening. It was a bitterly deplor able atack, and none will deplore it more deeply than Mr. Roosevelt's politi cal foes. Such details of the occurrence as are me assailant was a lunatic, the nroc lamation" found on his person seems suflicicnt evidence on that point. The early report that the shot was fired by a "socialist" was doubtless due to the fact that Milwaukee has recently had a socialist municipal government and is a stronghold of socialism in America. No sane socialist would have committed such a distardly act. That it was the deed of an insane man may be viewed with some sense of relief. Mr. Roosevelt's personal conduct in this affair will arouse admiration in all circles without exception. We fervently hope that his capaign will not be seri ousl interrupted. Assuming, on the basis of information at the present writ itig available, that he has suffered no serious hurt, it remains to be frankly said that what lias so suddenly accurred nia have political effects which it would now he idle to forecast. Springfield, Mass., Republican. WEBSTER VILLE. i: An entertainment given by the Sun day school of the Baptist church of Websterville will be held on Wednesday evening. Uct. lfl, at 7:.'J0 o'clock. An ex cellent program has been prepared. Ad- ssion ior aauns, j.c; cnucjren, oo. MRS. ROOSEVELT OFF FOR CHICAGO Badger New Athletio Coach. At the meeting of the regents of the University of Wisconsin recently T. B. Jones, former football coach of the Madison high school and for the last two seasons track coach at the Univer sity of Missouri, was appointed Instruc tor in physical education and coach of the track team at the University of Wisconsin. Totals 30 4 0 27 18 S New York fi 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 111 Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 04 Two-base hits Snodgrass, Hall, Lew is. Home runs (Jardner, Doyle. Pitch insr record Off Wood, 0 runs and 7 hits in 13 times at bat in 1 inning; off Hall, 3 runs and 0 hits in .12 times at bat in 8 innings. Sacrifice hit Murray. Sacri fice fi v Hooper. Stolen bases Devore 2 Doyle. Double plays Devore and Meyers; Speaker, unassisted. Left on bases New York 8, Boston 12. First base on errors Boston 3. Struck out Bv Tesreau , bv Hall 1. Bases on balls Off Tesreau 5, off Hall 5. Hit by pitcher By Tesreau, Gardner. Wild pitches Tesreau 2. Time 2:20. Um pires At plate, Evans j on bases, Klein; left Ur. Family Physician Also Goes to Take Charge of the Colonel's Case. New York, Oct. 1(1. In order to be with her husband while he is compelled to remain in the Chicago hospital and to be at his side when he comes home to Oyster Bay, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, with her son, Theodore, jr., and her daughter Ethel, left for Chicago over the New York Central railroad yester day afternoon. She was accompanied by her family physician. Dr. Lambert, who will as sume charge of the colonel's case as soon as ho reaches him. Mrs. Roosevelt said that, while she was satisfied the colonel was in no dan ger, she believed he would be much more comfortable in mind and body to have her with him. READY 5k field, O'Loughlin; right field, Rig- Cutshaw Looks Promising. The Brooklyn club seems to bare landed a live one In Cutshaw. lie la a handy child In the utility roles, and tie can surely hit the hall. Southern Rawing Bdy Likely, A movement in on foot to form southern rowing association of clnba In Baltimore. Washington and other cities further south. Barry Will Defend Title In England. I'.rneot Barry, the professional scull ing champion, will defend his tith against cballengera on English waters. New m ll:eery every wek at the mii- inery rn1.r. crrer of South Main ar.d Ayera streets. rps ' aRj(D eg? Cincinnati. O., Oct. 1(1. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, the daughter of Col. Roose velt, left on an early morning train for Chicago. Congressman Longworth, her husband, will leave for the same city at midnight. DR. CLAPP FINED. Mulcted tS for Trespassing on Premises of Dr. Fenton. Boston, Mass., Oct. 18. Dr. Edwin J. Clapp, traffic expert for the port of Boston and a former professor of trade and transportation in the New York nui versify school of commerce, was fined $5 in court at Dedham this morning for trespassing on the property of Dr. M. J. Fenton at Wellesley on 'Sunday, Oc tober fl. He appealed and the jiulgment was vacated until tomorrow morning so the necessary bail might be furnished. Dr. and Mrs. Clapp climlied a fence and started to walk along the Metro politan viaduct, which crosses Dr. Fen ton's land. They encountered a "No trespainB" sign and a police officer who took their name. Judge (rover decided that although the Metropolitan Water commission hei taken the right to mn a viaduct through the land it was not a public way ami that Dr. Fentn retained projierty rights over it. Toe Wise For That "Geese are aopposed to be symbolW of all that la foolish." "Well, go on." "Bat you never eoe an old gande- j board a million kernels of corn act then po around trying to mate with f goslfng. Kansas City Journal. The Sturdy Stylish Maxwell "30" is now ready for your inspection CJ This car was last year's most popular family touring car. It is improved and enlarged this year to such an extent as to insure its continued leader ship in its class. fj Style and comfort have been given particular attention. 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