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VOL. XLII NO. 88.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ; 28, .1912 SIXTEEN PAGES.
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RECORD IN ADDRESS
Calls Steel Deal an Illegal Act Done
in Order to Build Up an Irri
HO ETT0RT TO CHECK COMBINES
Will Be No Third Party in Congress
Even if Colonel Wins.
TO VISIT WEST
Itinerary of Democratic Candidate's
WILL BE IN OMAHA OCTOBER 5
He Will Spend Sunday with W. J.
Bryan and Will Go to Denver
tor a Sneecu There on
BOSTON", Mass.. Sept. 27.-A charge
that former President Theodore Roose
velt had done "an Illegal thing In order
to build up an Irresistible power" In per
mitting the purchase by the United
States Steel corporation of the Tennessee
Coal and Iron company was made In a
tspeech here today y uovernor nmw""
Wilson. . ,
"I do not wonder Colonel Roosevelt
thinks trusts are Inevitable," said the
governor. "He" never found any way of
checking them and he thought It was In
evitable that the steel corporation should
buy the Tennessee Coal and Iron com
pany and that the president should con
sent to an Illegal thing In order to build
up an ' irresistble power. If it Is in
evitable that the government should
yield to those powers, the sooner we
know it the better."
The governor made several references
in his speech to Colonel Roosevelt, de
claring that if he were re-elected he
would have, "no third party congress be
While in the city tne goverum ex
pressed regret that he would not have
time to visit Harvard university. 'He
said he was deeply pleased that president
Emeritus Eliot of Harvard had issued a
..... i mimmrt nf his candidacy. It
is probable that Governor Wilson
noai Hcaln at J.awrence, Lowell
Cambridge on his way to Maine and Ver
mont in later day of the campaign;
Wilson's Western Itinerary.
NEW YORK.' Sept. 27.-Governor Wilson
will leave New-York on October 2. for
woatorn trio which will take hlra as lar
as Denver. He will speak, there on the
ni.?ht of Monday October T after spending
Sunday wttUiWlIUain J.' Bryan at Uncoin.
ntw pHiftfl where. Governor wuson. wm
FspeaKare ' Pittsburgh, - lndianftpoMai-To-peka,
Kansas City, MO.. Omaha. Canton.
O., and Cleveland. He will return to New
October 12. ' '? '
The governor' wiU make his ftrst Mop
at Pittsburgh, October 3, where he will
ipeak at night.
On the morning of October 4, the nom-t.-
uiiu Iouva IndianaDOlls on a special
train due to reach Chicago on the night
of the fourth, leaving two hours later for
Omaha. He plans to leave Omaha oa
October 5 for Lincoln. ' ' ---
On Sunday night Governor Wilson is
to leave Lincoln for Denver. After his
speech there he will leave for. Kansas
City, making speeches on the way at Nor
ton and Topeka on October 8. He will
Bpeak In Kansas City the night of the
eighth and In Springfield, Mo., on tho.
, Arrangements ' were ' made for a six
hour Btay at St., Louis on tlie afternoon
and evening of October 9. The nominee
is scheduled to reach St. Louis at 5:30
and leave at 11:45 for Chicago.
Kooaevelt nt Jien Orleana.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. J?. When Col
onel Roosevelt arrived here this fore
noon, he was met by a committee of
local progressive leaders, esoorted to his
hotel and thence taken on an automobile
trip about the city. This afternoon the
colonel will speak in the winter garden
auditorium, his only scheduled public ap
pearance while here. He will leave for
Montgomery, Ala., tonight -MeGovern
la a Mooser,
MADISON, Wis;, Sept. 27.-Governor
vMcGovern today Issued a statement la
which he announced that he would vote
for Roosevelt and Johnson presidential
electors on November 6. Aside from this
the governor says be will support the re
publican state, congressional,' legislative
and local tickets. .'
; Fortune and Then
JANESVILLE, Wis.. Sept 27.-Edward
Leonard Dwyer, . who rose from head of
a street cleaning gang In Chicago to be
a multi-millionaire, blew out his brains
here today in the street. Dwyer had Just
given eome small change, the last cent
he had, o a tramp.
Dwyer was a member of the Chicago
Board of Trade. He amassed wealth,
but lost it in an attempt to corner wheat
He retrieved -his fortunes by development
of silver .mines In Mexico and was rated
a millionaire when he went to New York
and on Wall street again became poor.
In 1895 he married the Duchess de Castel
luclsf, widow of an Italian duke who left
her 17,000,000. His wife soon died, leaving
him' the remnants of her fortune and sev
eral islands off the coast of Maine. He
sold them and lost the proceeds in specu
lation, being adjudged a bankrupt in New
York in 1899.
"From then Dwyer's luck failed.. He en
listed in the navy in an attempt to reach
China to share In the development of
that country but he returned to America
broken in health and spirits. He spent
his last few dollars entertaining some
friends in Chicago before he started to
Janesvllle. . " . , ,." .
"Here's to fame and a busted name.
"Tonight we dine, tomorrow I die," la
said to have been his toast, drunk In
his last glass of wine before he walked
ouf of bis hotel with Just enough money
to get him to Janesvllle and leave a few
dimes over, which he tossed to a tramp
five minutes before he' shot himself.
Mine Promoters Get : :
One Million Dollars
from Rich and Poor
CLEVELAND, O., . Sept. ?7.-While
Postal Inspector Clement ; is searching
the west for James and R. F. McNlch-
olas to serve them with warrants charg
ing misuse of the mails in promoting
Oregon and Idaho mines, details of their
operations In northern Ohio brought to
light today showed that rich and poor
alike bought the $1,000,000 in stock the
brothers are said to have distributed and
on which hundreds of buyers claim to
have lost ."heavily.
Among these were some of the wealthi
est and best known Clevelanders. Frank
A. Arter, whose family is prominently
Interested in Standard Oil; Terry Ball.
Jr., brother-in-law of George W. Perkins;
Vaughn Glaser, the actor, and Terry
Turner, the Cleveland third baseman, all
of whom invested heavily, probably will
be called before the grand jury which
Hvill investigate the cases.
It is learned today that when, a month
or so before he was to die, Johann Hoch,
the Chicago fife murderer, made a public
appeal for $1,000, for a final fight to eacape
the death , penalty, ; Jama McNlcholas
Went' to 'Craetftetv with his- bride - of- a
weefc aJidgave' Hoch" the' thousand.
Republican State Conevention of
New York Makes Choice on Its
WADSW0RTH IN SECOND PLACE
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor
Has No Opposition.
HEAD OF TICKET FROM BIG CITY
Meeting Proceeds Rapidly After
Once Gets Under Way.
SIX CANDIDATES ARE PRESENTED
James E. Wadsworth is Second on
the Flrat Ballot .President
Scharman of Cornell Uni
versity Not Named.
Two?Cent Fare Law; :
One Illinois Case
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Sept. 27.T.e 2-cent
Lpassenger rate bill passed by the general
assembly in 1907 was today declared; un-.
constitutional ! as far as the , Chicago,
Peoria &.St Louis Railroad company was
concerned on the .ground that it was con
fiscatory In" not producing enough 'rev
enue to compensate tne owners or tne
railroad for the passenger service ren
dered the public. Judges O. H. Humph
rey of this city, A. L., Sanborn of Madi
son, Wis., and Francis E. Baker of
Indianapolis signed a decree which makes
perpetual the tempo:! injunction Issued
in 1909 by Judge Humphrey restraining
Attorney General Stead and the state's
attorneys in the counties through, which
the railroad passes from -enforcing the
law. The decision docs not affect ' arty
other railroad ln-the -state.
Judges Humphrey, Sanborn and Baker
in November, 1911, sat here and heard the
LOVE OF FINERY CAUSES
YOUNG WOMAN'S ARREST
NEW YU Sept 27. Love of finery
led to the arraignment in police court
today of a becomingly garbed young
woman who said she was Miss Frances
Hollender, pupil at a Baltimore convent
She added that her parents lived In Chi
cago, that she had wealthy relatives In
Massachusetts, a . chum school girl in
Roanoke, Va.. and a large remittance due
from home. With this shr. hoped to bave
dismissed the charge of obtaining clothes
witnoui paying lor tnem.
Miss Hollender was arrested last night
on complaint of a tailor w..o recognised
her, he tfld the police, as the customer
who obtained two' gowns and a coat and
disRDoeared without paying for them.
The girl refused to give the address of
her parents. She is 2 years old and has
been staying at one of the best hotels.
" The Weather"
For Nebraska Local showers!
For Iowa Fair.
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, SARATOGA. N. Y., Sept. 27.-Job E.
Hedges of New York City was nominated
lor governor or New York by the re
publican state convention here today on
the third ballot.
James M. Wadsworth, Jr., was nomi
nated for lieutenant governor without
'"The names of six candidates were pre
sentaff to the republican state convention
here today for the nomination of gov
ernor of New York, and as the balloting
proceeded others drew votes. Jacob
Gould Schurman, president "of Cornell
university,' was not among those named.
In quick succession speeches were made
presenting the merits of former Speaker
of the Assembly James W. Wadsworth,
Jr. ; Job , E. Hedges ' and former Repre
sentative William S. Bennett of New
York, William II. Daniels of Buffalo, P.
W.. Cullinan of Oswego, former state ex
cise , commissioner, and Edgar T.
Brackett of Saratoga, former state sen
ator. Scattered votes were cast for State
Senator' Harvey S. Hin'man of Blrrgham-
lon . and. Igbert Woodbury of Jamestown.
The first ballot for a candidate for
governor resulted in. no choice. Hedges'
vote was 387, Wadsworth' s 268 and Ben
nett's 156. Necessary for choice, 60S.
lif-iiliti in -o--ajsr- ii fir J ' Wi" 'Jt" mv
From the New York World.
I :.- ,, t. ... ;
, Dixon, MeHarg and
Flinn Will Testify
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.-Chalrman
Clapp announced the following program
for next week's hear'ngs, after. -a confer
ence today with .Senator Pomerene of
Ohio, representing democratic members of
the committee on compalgn funds: '
"Monday, .September, SO:. Ormsby Mc
Harg, wtetan manager In Cornel BppjS
veil's Vr,l-onVentlon'darripVtgn; Cornelius
N. Bliss, Jr., whp has toeen aakeda. ipfo?
duce til books of his father, treasurer of
the republican national committee !rt 1904
Charles' A. Peabody,' counsel for Mrs. E
H. Harrlman;' C. C,' Tegethoff, private
secretary to the late E. H. Hairlman, who
has been asked to produce papers relating
to the so-called Harrlman fund of 1904
'Tuetday October 1:' William Flinn of
Pittsburgh and Elon H. Hooker, treasurer
of the progressive national headquarters'
who will be asked' to testify In general
regarding campaign expenditures.
"Wednesday; October 2: Senator Joseph
M. Dixon of" Montana, manager of Col
onel Roosevelt's campaign. '
"Thursday, October 3 : . J. Piernont Mor.
gah. ' ' "
"Friday, October 4: Colonel Roosevelt.'
WANDER DOWN HIGHWAY
Pattering Rain Does Not Dampen.
Ardor of Revelers."
POLICE TO PROTECT CROWDS
La rgre Hqunda to Be Placed at All
Intersections to Keep Thousands
of Sightseers from Ilelng
French Armada of Air
Makes Great Display
PARIS, Sept Z7.-The first review ever
held of a complete aeroplane aramada
took' place this morning at Villacoublay,
near Paris. Seventy-two French army fly
ing machines, with their full comple-
ohjcctlons of te state to the report of ments of pilots and observers and the
Master In Chancery Waluter M. Allen In
which he reported that he found that the
2-cent rate rate was confiscatory as re
gards this railroad.
The state will 'take an appeal to the
United-States circuit court of appeals.
Opens at Peoria
PEORIA, 111., Sept. 27. The second an
nual National Implement and Vehicle
show opened today and will continue for
ten days. Double the number of exhi
bitors at last year's show have displays
and demonstrations range from giant
tractors plowing furrows thirty feet wide
and trucks carrying ten tons to the tiniest
sewing machine attachment and daintiest
aiHomoblle. Almost every manufacturer
of Importance in the country is repre
sented In the explosion, which Is endorsed
by the national and state Iplement or
ganizations. ' Beachey, Llllle, Miss Vin
son and others take part In the four days'
aviation next week, while next Friday
and Saturday will- be devoted' to auto
mobile racing sanctioned by the American
Automobile association. -
0RTIE M'MANIGAL IS
TAKEN TO INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept 27.-Ortle E.
McManigal, In custody of Malcolm Mc
Laren, one of Detective William J.
Burns' assistants, and two guards. ar
rived in this city from Los Angeles today
to be the government's chief witness In
the trial of the so-called dynamiting con
spiracy cases In federal cases in the fed
eral court beginning next Tuesday.
.McManigal was taken to the federal
building, where two rooms had been fur
nished for hli occupancy during the trial.
attached park of motor trucks bearing
supplies therefore, passed in review Do
fore the French minister of war, Alex
The airmen and their craft had Just re
turned from the great army maneuvers, j
at which they had achieved many
triumphs, and made an imposing display
when they lined up on the parade
. Thousands of people were present and
there was great enthusiasm as the air
men saluted the minister of war.
At the close of the review M. Mlllorand
made a speech in which he dwelt on his
and the ' nation's determination to keep
France In the forefront of aviation. He
urged the officers to refrain from seek-;
ing publicity, which he said, could only
be harmful to the service.
In spite of the fact that a heavy rain
was falling part of , tne forenoon and
afternoon quite a number of persons
could not resist the temptation of spend
ing a half hour on the King's Highway..
So as the rain pattered on the pavement
many strolled - arouRd, - or s the carnival
ground's beneath raited 'umbrellas and en
Joyed thy v'aTTouii 7exhiblls". 7" The shows
were p5ffliiA 'thtty-, provided shelter.
' In Order that spectators Of the various
parades during the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities
Will .be safe from-Injury, Police Chlet
Dunn has Issued orders for-the patroling
of the streets alonrf which the parade will
pass. There will be seventy-three patrol
men on foot and a squad of thirteen
mounted policemen. '
At tho Crossing;.
At the corners of interFections there will
be at least two patrolmen.' Ail will wear
white vests - and - white gloves. At the
corner of Fifteenth and Farnam streets
nine patrolmen will bo stationed two at
each curb corner and one In tho street.
At Sixteenth and Farnam streets ten
patrolmen will be stationed. When a
parade has passed a certain corner the
policemen will leave and move to anothnr
corner at which place the parade has nt
The thirteen mounted policemen will be
In charge of Lieutenant Thomas Hayos.
The squad will move about 100 feet in
advance of the parade and clear tho
At' police headquarters all the motor
cycle officers will be kept for emergency
purposes as wiil two doctors and th
emergency automobile and the ambulance.
The orders which were lusued by Chief
Dunn will hold good at all parades and
the same men will be used to keep tho
cr wd back from, the' line of parade and
tk. avoid possible injury to the spectator.-..
Drug-Crazed Negro '
Holds Police at Bay
During Entire Night
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 27.-After be
ing held at bay all night by a drug crazed
negro. LoulBvtlle police early today
rushed the blactt's barricade and cap
tured him before he could make further
The prisoner, Ed Jackson, was arrested
last (tight on a trlval charge. He escaped,
took refuge in a house in the negro
quarter and. .began. .ftiuMf. on pedestr.ans
and street cars.; One of 'the policemen
sent to arrest . him . was dangerously
wounded. The riot call was sounded, bwi
when police an citkens reacha ack
son's retreat, he had" barrica'ded Tilmseit
so' securely and directed silch an effect
tlve-rlfte firs at his pursuers that they
weru obliged to fight at long range.
For two hours they, 'exchanged r shots,
with the black! Then fifing ceased, tbi
the police awaited the coming. of .daylight
The rush on.hls arricade took Jackson by
surprise and he surrendered, although
well supplied with ammunltioh. ' ''''
When the police gained entrance to the
house, they found two other negroes with
Jackson. One of them, who attempted to
rush the police was shot down. He was
badly wounded. It believed the two
j men- were, In the house when Jackson
toon reiuge mere nu umi no uumireuwi
them to help him in his fight. ' :
GEN. WOOD REACHES OMAHA
Guest of Honor at Palimpsest Club
Banquet Last Evening. "
TO INSPECT THE ARMY POSTS
Will Also Speak at Us Laneheon
at the Commercial Clab Hot or
der, When General CottIb '
Will Preside. ' ;, . ' ....
Girl Pours Gasoline
. on Kitchen Fire
MARSHALLTOWN, la., Sept. 27.-(Spe-clal.)-Mlss
Mattle Deppe, aged 20 years,
was seriously and perhaps fatally burned
today and the home of her father, Fred
Deppe, was totally destroyed when the
young woman ' poured kerosene on the
kitchen fire to hasten the blaze. The
explosion tesulted In throwing flames
all over the girl and setting fire, to the
house. While Deppe was rolling his
daughter In the grass to put out the
flames to save her life the fire in the
house spread rapidly, resulting In a total
destruction of the house. '
Man's Case SeM to'
CHEROKEE, la., Sept. 27.-"We waive
argumen tand submit "the case to the
jury," announced Attorney Herrlck ' for
the defense at the close of the opening
argument by -Attorney ; McC'ulla for the
state In the case of E. P. Hessenlus, a
wealthy Cherokee county farmer, who is
accused of murderlngNhls wife.
The move of the defenso came as a
great surprise. Judge Theophillus Imme
diately adjourned court until t o'clock to
morrow morning, at1 which time he will
read his Instructions to the Jury.
JOKERS CHANGE CHECK ON .
TRUNK OF BRIDAL COUPLE
. IDA GROVE, la., Sept. 27.-(Specla!.)-
When D. W. Middlesworth of Mt Ayr
Guards were set at the doors and agents , left here with his br'de, nee Mable Reed
of the Department of Justice said every j tho village Jokers changed the checks on
precaution would be taken against pos
sible interference with McManlgaHs testi
mony. ' . ' ,
CHICAGO, Sept 27. Mrs. Emma Mc
Manigal, wife of Ortle E. McManigal,
Three Bags of Gold'
Stolen from Bank
NEWARK, N. J., Sept. 27.-U became
known today that $11,500 In gold 'was
mysteriously stolen . September 18 from
the National Newark Banking company.
The money, In three bags, was taken
from the teller's . cage while most of
the employes wre at lunch. The theft
was apparently accomplished from the
corridor by means of a long pole 'and
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their trunk, and put them on an emptj
trunk going to Denlson. The result was
that when the bride and groom reached I
Des Moines they had an empty trunk in
stead of their own and had to give up
today filed suit for. separate maintenance.! two weeks' . wedding trip, , The railroad
A year ago she filed suit tor absolute ! wilt be asked for heavy damages, and thf
divorce, which has been pending ever j railroad In. turn will prosecute, to thf
since. She charges cruelty. I limit the guilty ones If they can be found
MRS. HANNER IS CHARGED
WITH SHOOTING HUSBAND
NIAGARA- FALLS, N. Y. Sept. 37.
Mr. George Hanner, whose husband, an
automobile dealer of Buffalo, Was shot
while riding in a motor car from this
city to Buffalo with !, wife and a
chauffeur, was arrested today charged
with assault In the f!rst desree for firing
the shot that wounded Hanner. Mrs.
Hanner Is In a hospital here suffering
from a bullet wound In the knee which
she . .received at . the time bur husband
Women Who Buy
Can Aid Enforcing
Sanitary Food Laws
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.-Most . of the
pure food work of the future Ilea with
the women who do the buying, asserted
Dr. H. E. Barnard, Indiana food com
missioner, today before the fifteenth In
ternational congress1 on hygiene' and
demography. With sanitary food laws
on statute 'books, work of the state food
commission, he said, would be largely one
of educating people to demand sanitary
food conditions and to report filth at the
If there Is any fault with cold storage
It is financial and economic, not hygienic,
said Dr. Herbert D. Pease of New York.
It was a mistake, he said, to believe that
the only advantage of cold storage was
In cornering the market on eggs and
poultry.' He recommended hard freezing
is, opposed to the chilled process - as the
The sources and methods of pauperism,
women In Industrial life, tenement life,
smoke nuisance in Industrial cities and
child labor were other subjects discussed.
Two More Suicides
at Niagara Falls
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., Sept. 27.
Workmen on the Canadian side of the
Niagara river reported today that they
had seen a man vault an iron rail near
the falls and fall among the rock and
spray 200 feet below. Shortly .after the
police found cards bearing the name of
"Frank I. Parker, Buffalo, N. Y." Par
ker, who was a captain in the Seventy
fourth New York state guard, had been
in poor health for several months. , ne
has been missing since Wednesday.
Search Is being made also for trace of
Mrs. ' George Fitch of Windsor, Conn.,
whoKc husband believes she was the
woman reported to have leaped Into the
whirlpool rapids on the Canadian side
SHERIFF AT RACINE...-
SAVESMAN FROM A MOB
RACINE, Wis.. Sept. 27.-Sheriff
Wherry and deputies arrived In an auto
mobile at Corliss today Just In time, to
save George Morton, a tramp molder,
from being lynched by a mob of men
I who charged him with an attack on
Edward Welch, aged 15. Morton,, badly j
kicked and beaten, was being taken to at
coal hoist when the sheriff dashed up
In his car and rescued lilm. The prisoner,
who, denied ; the charges,, was brought
to tlie county jail here this afternoon.
General Leopard Wpod arrived in tllQ
city yesterday ( afternoon on a tour of
Inspection' of Jhe army -posts." -"' ? '
General vWfcod, will visit ; Fqt i Crook.;
accompanied by General, Smith, wluvao-1
companies by Majpr Evans, arrived yes
terday from a field Inspection of a Fort
MaoKensl. Following the Inspection of
Fort Crook, there Willi be, an Inspection,
of Fort ;diha'h(.'"',i '' ' ;'ty M
General Wood "was "the guest of thft1
Palimpsest club' ai dinner-last night At)
the x5maha club, wher John L.' 'Wtbsjerj
presided. $ ; .y-x. i - ,'.i.t,i f!
, Today, hoon General Wood will' be We
guest , of the Omaha Commercial club at
luncheon, and at this i function John C.
Cowln will Ureilde.'J f, i Vs ' i ..r.i
, des MpiNES. Sept' S7.After an In
spection of Fort Des Moines Major Gen
eral Leonard. Wood,: chief of staff of
the United States army, .doparted for
Omaha today. From Omaha General
Woods will go to Wyoming. i . i
i i i
American Shoots Two ;
Barmaids and. Two
Men ih'London Hotel
LONDON,, Sept. 27. A man giving his
name as Titus and claiming to be an
American .citizen, -today shot and killed
a bar maid, ' seriously wounded three
other people, and for aj time caused a
semi panic In the west end. '";',
Titus,-, who speaks English poorly, had
a dispute with Miss-Tdwer, a bar maid
of the hotel where he Was staying in the
Tottenham Court road. He drew his re
volver .and . shot , her,; and : another bar
maid, and then rushed, to- the street On
the way out he shot down two men, who
tried to stop him, - and also fired at a
third jnan.-'He was. finally overcome by
a passerby and arrested. .
BIG BANK ROBBERY
AFTER LONG CHASE
Year's ' Pursuit Ends in St. Louis,
,' Wnen J. C. Adams is' Taken '. y
. .. ; by Police. ' :
ITENIIFICATION IS COMPLETED
Thief Held Since Wednesday Also
Known as Stacey.
- -: - ' '- '
OTHERS INVOLVED IN RIO JOB
Tnree Hundred Thousand Stolen
from Canadian Bank.
WOMAN COMPANION IS ARRESTED
Sasnect, Who Gives Name of Adams,
ia Identified aa' the Man Who i
' ao,t a Ch lea so Policeman
Last Week. "",.',
Taft Men WULPush
Kansas Electors'. Case
WASHINGTON, Sept; 27.-Itentlon on
the part of attorneys for the ' Kansas
Taft electors to press the litigation over
the right of Roosevelt men to remain on
the republican electoral ticket was Indi
cated .here today, despite reports that a
compromise had been reached.
The attorneys have filed In the supreme I
court a printed transcript of the record !
of the case brought ' to enjoin county j
clerks from printing, tlie names of Roose- j
velt men on the republican ticket at the
recent Kansas primaries. 4 The practice '
Is not to print the transcript, unless the':
case is', to be argued before the court
ST. LOUIS. -Mo., Sept. 27.-A. year'
chase,, following the '320,f00 bank robbery
In New WestinlhBtef,; a C.'. ended In St.
Louis, uv tbe arrest of J. C. Adams, who
was declared today to be wanted, as one
of the robbers. " ' v ' -.'
'The arrest of, his supposed wife, known
to the police as Jeanrtte Little, in Ed
wardvllie, 111., last night completed tho
Usk of j'the-local police and private de
tectives, who had been holding Adams
since his arrest early Wednesday, morn
ing. ' - ... .
: Adams,- who -Is' also known' as Waiter.
Stacey, was declared by the; detectives
tu..hav(3 .btfn v"s... of, the, two men Wliu
beat Police Lieutenant Burns pf Chicago
into. Insensibility in a saloon, where he
tried, single 'handed, to' capture them on'
the night of September 19. ' .' '
Wlion Adams was arrested by the St;
Louts -police he was entered -on the books
under 'the name .of Stacey arid a charge
of', murder placed .against Jilm. . It "wag
explained that he was a suspect In s
local case. Mystery' was thrown about his
arrest by the St: Louis police Wednesday
and Thursday.,. ; J
Identified in Chicago.
' Iti the meantime, his photograph, taken,
a few hours' after his arrest, was Bent
to Chicago.' Thore It was Identified
Thursday as one of th two assailants
of ' Lieutenant' Bufns. ' i '.-' '
At' the" time, of the man's arrest the
detectives could have, arrested his woman
companion, -who was walking on the
Street ahead of Mm. . They hoped that
by' leaving her at-' liberty longer they:
would catch another of the- gang, so sh
whs not molested at that time,' but was
kept under surveillance "until ' she 'left
the j, cHy Thursday; evening oh'- an. In
terurba'n 'car1 - - ' . ,
'"'A ' man 'metv her at ' Gillespie, -Ill.i and
went to a hotel. The two were arrested
at li'ji.i'inJ .thursday; hut,: according W
the detectives', the man was found to b
not the ' one wia.nted and was released.
'Jeannette Little, or Mrs. Stacey, as she
gave her name at a rooming house, told
hr landlady that- she was a cripple and
at times walked with the aid of crutchos.
At Other' times when she wanted to make
speed, she discarded the crutches. ' i '
In Adams- or - Stacey'e ' clothes a letter
was' fdund' which stated that the bearer
was deaf and dumb. 'The police said that,
the 'crutches and' the doaf and dumb let
ter were used as' subterfuge in' obtaining
admittance to banks where prospects for
s robbery- were good., ,, .
' Detectives Trail Woman.
Detectives said the arrest of the woman,
was .the hey to the; situation-: Sha wars
located, by Acting. Chief Schuetler it
Chicago and a .prlvate detective, in Elk
hurt., tlmi.. . where altar disguised herself
as 'a member .of. a ; religious order and
pretended to. be lame, ; t '-j - : r : , ,
.When she left, Elkhart fotir men tralledi
her to St. Louis and to a rooming house,
where a man met her. -It was -when the-
IIIRII, KHU fri.v "Vtl.-" .'v ,1""
the man was arrested ana the woman wan
allowed to depart only to be arrested last'
.night,.-! --'. ;-.-,' . : 1 t i -. ;'.- -' ; ,:
. The man arrested as. Adams or 'Stacey,'
!s believed by the local Bertlllon offlo'.al
to be-George.-. West .reputed leader, of the
Canadian bank robbery, me detectives.
said they knew him only as Adams, or
etacey., .... ; ... -,m'.. i :.; .
All requests for Interviews with tha!
prisoners mtxe deaied. :.,;.-. y
Not One of the Prlncipnla. '
act . .'i' 11' v. n . iTI T r.
Adams, arrestod In St. Louis, according
to the detective directing the-search !t
not At Addison, alias Albert Anderson, tho.
last of the trio believed to have committedt
the actual robbery of the New West
minster bank. . , ., '
Addison was Charles Dean's partner in-
(Continued on Second Page.)
MICHIGAN MIUTAMEN 1
. CHARGED WITH MURDER
r .'" ;
JACKSON, Mich., Sept. r.-Chargod
with murder in the first degree. Captain
Frank L Blackmau and Private Howard
Jackson o fthe state militia, which
guarded Jackron prison during the re
cent convict mutiny, were arrested this
afternoon in, connection with the. death of
John Elsy, a Syrian sexton. .
A coroner's Jury recently . returned a
Verdict that Elsy was shot to death and
that' Blackman and Jackson were respon
sible. The fatality occurred jaf mldnlghf
several weeks ago while'. Elsy, It Is al
leged, was arguing with the soldiers over
the purchase of rifles. Both soldiers
claim they fired In self-defense. .
Inaneet. Fort Dea Molnea.
DES MOINES, Sept 27.-After an in
spection of Fort Des Moines Major Gen
eral. Leonard Wood, chief of staff of
the United States army, departed for
Omaha today. From Omaha General
Wood will go to Wyoming. ' -
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Want Ads are often a valuable
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