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TEMPERATtXRE 3 p. m.—57 above. 3 a. m.—36 above. THE COLUMBIA REPUBLICAN. . Where You Read U F(r$l WEATHER Fair and cooler Tuesday and probably Wednesday; fresh northwest winds. YOLUME c m ^ GIFFORD HOME ON ALLEN ST. BURGLARIZED -RANSACKED THE HOUSE Nothing of Value Taken— ^Thieves Believed to Have Been Searching for Jewelry— Entrance Gained Thru Laun­ dry Window, Which Had Been Pried Open With . » - an Ax— ^Discovery Made Monday Morning. Discovery was made Monday morning that the Allen street home o t Mrs Malcolm Gifford had 'been burglarized over the week-end. A careful survey of the contents of the -house, made Monday by members of the family, disclosed no substantial losses. ' T h e h o m e w a s ra n s a c k e d fro m c e l l a r to g a r r e t , b u r e a u d r a w e r s a n d ■ca'binets w e r e p r i e d op e n a n d th e i r c o n t e n t s d u m p e d o n th e floor in a tn o r o u ^ h s e a r c h fo r v a lu a b les. I t is a p p a r e n t th a t th e th iev e s wer.e in q u e s t o f jew e h w a s th e y p a s s e d o v e r m a n y la r g e r a r t i c l e s of v a lu e without disturbing them, save to .search th r u tjjem . T h e g r e a t e s t d a m a g e w a s do n e to th e woodwork a n d th e f u r n i t u r e of H ie h o m e . T h e r e w e r e g r e a t s c r a t c h - a n d c h i s e l m a r k s in th e ro o m s a n d on m a n y a r t i c l e s o f fu r n i s h i n g s a n d considei'aible d a m a g e h a s re s u lte d ' as T h e Giffo-rd h o m e h a s b e e n u n o c ­ c u p i e d d u r i n g th e s u m m e r w h ile M r s G iffo r d h a s b e e n in F r a n c e . J o h n lie n n e t t , th e c a r e t a k e r , w h o h a s p a i d dd ily v i s it s to th e h o m e in c o n n e c ­ tio n w i t h h i s w o r k a r o u n d th e G i f ­ fo r d place, n o t i c e d M o n d a y m o rningf that a door in the rear of the floor in th e i-ear of th e g a r a g e w a s open, ;t little la t e r . M iss F l o r a G ifford, w h o is sp e n d i n g so m e tim e a t th e re s i ­ d e n c e o f h e r b r o t h e r , B e n e d ic t G if­ fo r d , h a d occasion to v isit th e A l­ ien St. h o u s e d u r i n g th e m o r n i n g a n d di.'^covered th e ro b b e r y . (A survey of the property revealed t h a t th e in t r u d e r s h a d p r i e d open a W indow in th e la u n d r y a n d h a d g a in - HUpSON^ N, Y., TUESDAY MO RNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922 TEIiT PAGES NUMBER 4 ed e n t r a n c e th e r e ’b.v. O t h e r m e m b e r s Of t h e family were summoned a n d a n in v e n t o r y o f t h e c o n t e n t s o f t h e h o u s e w a s m a d e . A f t e r a th o r o u g h e x a m i­ n a t i o n th e o n ly th i n g s fo u n d m issin g w e r e a .few s m a l l tr i n k e t s a n d a n e c k l a c e , a l l o f w h ic h h a v e m o r e s e n t i m e n t a l v a lu e th a n w o i-th. A s so o n a s th e rofbibery w a s d iscov­ e r e d p o li c e h e a d q u a i- t e r s w a s notified a n d A c t i n g - C h ie f C o n n o r s m a d e a n in v e s t i g a t io n a n d th e p o lice are n o w w o r k i n g on th e case. T h e o n ly im p o r t a n t clew w h ic h th e police, h a s to w o r k on is a n in c i d e n t ' -W iiich o c c u r r e d S a t u r d a y evening, ab o u t 7;30 o’clock a s Mr and Mr.s Koibert W . E v a n s , Jr. w e r e retu r n in g . -om a di-ive th e y noticed tw o m e n GAPT. BEST PROMOTED TO DIST. MANAGER Will Have Charge Qf the Bos­ ton office of the Gifford Wood Co. C a p ta i n A r c h l a n d : \■ B e s t, w h o fo r a n u m b e r of y e a i's h a s b e e n a m e m ­ b e r of th e G ifford-W o e d . sales O rgani­ z a tio n , h a s receiv e d a fine p r o m o ti o n in th e fo rm of a b n n c h m a n a g e r - M r Be.st h a s b e e n p laced in c h a r g e of th e B o s to n office of th e co m p a n y , w h ic h ta k e s c a r e of all sales in th e N e w E n g l a n d sta t e s , a n d h e le f t fo r Boston Monday where he will take u p h is resid e n c e a n d d u ties. C a p t a in B e s t h a s n o t a s .vet re s ig n ­ ed h is c o m m issio n in th e N e w Y o r k S t a t e G u a r d a n d m a y be g r a n t e d a n in d e f i n ite fu r l o u g h in o r d e r th a t th e re g i m e n t m a v still re t a i n h is v a lu a b le m i l i t a r y e x p e r ien c e a n d a b ility . M r B e s t ht^s b e e n w i t h th e G iffo rd - W o o d Co. sin c e le a v in g th e p u b lic sc h o o l s of th e c ity a n d h i s close a p ­ p l i c a tio n to d u ty , h i s n a t u r a l a b i lity a n d h i s lo y a lty to d u ty h a v e w o n fo r h i m p r o m o tio n a f t e r p r o m o ti o n u n ­ til h e is now e n t r u s t e d w i t h th e m a n ­ a g e m e n t of one of th e c o m p a n y ’s m o s t im p o r t a n t offices. H e ta k e s w i t h h i m to h is new field of e n d e a v o r th e b e s t w ish e s of h is m a n y frie n d s w h o w i s h 'h i m v/ell in in t r i n s i c ’ h ie a d v a n c e d p o s itio n . PRES. CALDWELL, VETERAN RAIL OFFI- ClAL, DIED SUDDENLY N e w Y o r k , S e p t. 2 5— B u r n s B., C a ld w e ll, p r e s i d e n t o f W e lls F a r g o a n d co m p a n y , a n d si v e t e r a n ra i lw a y official, w a s on h is w a y fro m a fish ­ in g trip in C a n a d a w h e n h e d ied la s t .... A,, ................. ing trip in u a n a u a wnen ne uie.u lasi o r.n o s l fe (h e d r i l w a y o r i l l 'e G iffo r f h o m e , th e s e m e n tu r n e d a b r u p t l y a n d w a l k e d dow n th e d r iv e w a y . T h e a c ­ tio n s o f th e m e n , wffio w e r e a b o u t 5 U lo e t tall, w e a r i n g d a r k clo th e s a n d lig h t g r e y fe l t h a t s w i t h b la c k b a n d s , e g c it e d th e s u s p i c io n s o f M r E v a n s , w h o fo llow e d th e m e n dow n th r u th e y a r d u n t i l th e y h a d g o t t e n dowm b a c k o. th e G iffoi'd g a r a g e . lliosing tra.ck o f them th e n , he no- br.eci police headquarters a n d officers a r « io w a n d W in s lo w were sent over lO m a k e a n in v e s tig a tio n . T h e offi­ c e r s s e a r c h e d the premises v e r v th o - ' lo u g h l y a n d e x a m i n e d a l l th e e x te r io r w in d o w s a n d d o o r s a n d fo u n d th e m se c u r e l y lock e d a n d n o t h i n g f u r t h e r wa.s h e a r d o f the m a t t e r u n til th e ro h h e r y w a s d isco v e r e d M o n d a y m o r n i n g . A n o t h e r theory o f the rohberv is th a t th e iHU'g-labs vLsiiod ‘ t h e M iif ^ind, there M is G lfio r d ’s (Cadillac coupe which they have have planned to steal. W hen th e y iou n d that ti’e car, W h ich ■they sought. w-a-S n o t there, th e y tu r n e d th e i r a t t e n t i o n to th e house. CRITIC KILLED WHEN GUN ACCIDEN­ TALLY WENT OFF N e w Y o r k , S e p t. 2C — E d w a r d C. M a r.sh. e d it o r i a l a d v iso r fo r H a r p e r a n d B ro th e r.s a n d W 'idely know n c r i t ­ ic a n d s h o r t s t o r y w T iter a c c i d e n t a l ly .shot a n d in s t a n t l y k illed h i m s e lf W hile h u n t i n g on h i s c o u n t r y p lace id P a w lin g , N. Y., it wT.s le a r n e d to - M r M a r s h , o u t w i t h a p a rt.v of irie n d s , w a s c lam b e y in g o v e r a w a il . when hi.s g u n w a s d isc h a r g e d , th e ■hot p e n e t r a t i n g h is tem p le a n d k i l l ­ in g him in s t a n tly . H o rn a t P o r t l a n d . M ich.. E e h ruar.v, 1375. M r M a r s h .studied a t O liioago u n i v e r s i t y an d th e rn iv T r .s ity of M ic h ­ ig a n . H e bec'am o a s s o c i a te d w d th ll i r p e r a n d B r o t h e r s la s t y e a r . M r M a r s h is su r v iv e d b y b i s w idow •who fo r m e r l y w a s M iss H e len C h u rch', of Ith a c a , M ich. IRJSTICE FINCH NAMED TO APPELLATE DIVISION •Suprem e C o u r t J u s t i c e F i n c h of N e w Y o r k h a s been d e s ig n a te d by G o v e r n o r M iller a s a n a s s o c ia te ju s - ii<-e of th e A p p e lla te B iv islo n of tj>e Jii.st ju d i c i a l d e p a r t m e n t to fill th e v a c a n c y cau.sed by th e re s ig n a t i o n n f .1 ustice P r a n k C. l\.aughlin. H is te r m w a tl e x p ir e S e p t. 25, 1927, Fire Tn F.hna. R lm a . S e p t. 25— F i r e to d a y d e - ^iroyed; p a r t of th e bu s in e s s a n d re.si- «h-ntial sec t io n o f th i s village. T h e PI-..S is e.stim a ted a t ? 150,000. V o lu n - t -er c o m p a n ie s fro m nean b y to w n s r e - ' I w jsh a l l g o v e r n m e n ts w e r e lik e fu a t .v e n d e d to c a l l s fo r h e lp a n d aid e d in h e r e w h e r e ev e r y b o d y e n jo y s blessings c h e .'k i ii y th e flam e s . a n d li'oerty.” ' h i s tr a i n re a c h e d B u r l in g to n . H e liv e d in O ran g e , N . J. M r C a ld w e ll h a d b e e n of W e lls F a r g o & Co. fo r 11 y e a r s a n d sin c e J u l y 1, 1918, h a d b e e n c h a i r m a n of th e A m e r ic a n R a il w a y E x p r e s s Co. B o r n a t P la c e r v ille , C a l., in 1858, h e e n t e r e d th e ra i l w a y serv ice in 1875 a f t e r h e h a d m o v e d to C h a m b e r s b n r g , B u r i n g h i s c a r e e r h e w a s w ith th e D e la w a r e , L a c k a w a n n a a n d W e s t e r n railroad as its traffic manager and la t e r v ice p r e s id e n t. H e le f t th e L a c k a w a n n a in 1911 to e n t e r th e ex ­ p r e s s bu s in e s s . HERRIN GRAND JURY HAS ADJOURNED FOR MONTH ‘Marttm, TIL, Sept. 25—With tho sp e c ial grand jury wliic-li investigated the l-lerrln 'mine k illin g s of la s t June recessing for a month, the motives of Attorne.v G eneral B r u n d a g e e of HH- noi.s, w h o is in c h a r g e of th e p r o s e c u ­ tion, w e re as.sailed y e s te r d a y in a s t a t e m e n t by A. W . K e r r , c h i e f c o u n ­ sel fo r th e s t a t e m i n e r s ’ o r g a n izatio n , w h ich c h a r g e d th a t th e ju r o r s ’ re p o r t c e n s u r in g c e r t a in s t a t e an d c o u n ty o f ­ ficials fo r fa ilu r e to p r e v e n t tiie loss of i:fe ‘D e a r s n i l th e e a r m a r k s of h a v i n g been d r a f t e d by th e attorne.v g e n e r a l in c o l la b o r a tio n w i t h officials of th e Illin o i s C h a n a b e r of C o m ­ m e r c e .” It wa'.s exp e c ted th a t a m o tio n w o u ld he m a d e b e f o r e Ju d g e D e w itt H a r t w e l l to d a y to q u a s h th e 214 in ­ d i c tm e n ts re t u r n e d by th e g r a n d WORKMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER A RESIDENT OF N. Y. N e w Y o rk, S e p t. 25— .M endlc B e - Ih s . .lewi.sh W’o r k m a n of K iev R u s - .siau, w h o s e tria l in 1913 on th e ehni-ge of ritu a l m u r d e r a t t r a c t e d w o r ld w ide in t e r e s t , is a re s i d e n t of N e w Y o r k , it w a s le a r n e d to d a y . H e cam e to A m e r ic a fro m P a le s tin e , w h e r e h e w o n t a f t e r h is a c q u i t t a l in Ku.ssia, a n d is estaiblished in a p r i n t ­ in g business. B e liss, th e only J e w in a city of 10,000, w a s a r r e s t e d in 1911 a f t e r th e d isco v e ry o f th e b o d y of a 13 y e a r old boy w h o h a d been m u r d e r e d . O f­ ficials c h a r g e d , h e h a d k illed \ the bo.v to O b tain blo o d f o r re lig io u s ritu a l p u r p o s e s . H e jvas k e p t in a d u n g e o n fo r tw o y e a r s a n d th e n p la c e d on tria l . A t th e end o f 30 d a y s th e ju r y fr^ed.' h im a f t e r tw o hou rs'’ d e l i b e r a ­ tion. T h e s u p e r s t i t i o u s n a t u r e of th e c h a r g e g a in e d th e in t e r e s t o f th e e n ­ tire w o r ld . “ I t is a ll p a s t a n d I do n o t w a n t to pose a s a m a r t y r , ” h e sa i d to d a y . “I a m trying' to e a r n a p e a c e f u l living. NAEMIP. STATE IICKEI Announces That He Will Run if Assured of Agreeable Associates on the Ticket With Him. to d a y d e c l a r e d h e w o u ld a c c e p t a re - n o i n in a t io n p r o v id e d th e m e n se le c te d f o r t h e o t h e r p lao e s on th e s t a t e tic k ­ e t a t th e co n v e n tio n w h i c h m e e ts in A lb a n y on W e d n e s d a y , w e r e in sy m ­ p a t h y w ith ' h is p r o g r a m m e . T h is i.s a c c e p te d by th e rank, a n d file of th e p a r t y as m e a n in g th a t h e 'w i l l ru n a n d th a t h i s w ish e s fo r th e e l im i n a ­ tio n o f A t to r n e y G e n e ral' Ne-wton, a n d L o n g Isla n d . .Not m a n y o r d e r s S e c r e t a r y o f S ta te L y o n s a n d S ta te I f o r tre e s a r e receiv e d o r d i n a r i l y be- E n g i n e e r W d'lliam MtNYORDEIIS Foil TREES Growth of the Reforesting Movement • Shown in De­ mand for Fall Planting. A lb a n y , S e p t. 22— the p e o p le of th e s t a t e a r e a w a k e n i n g to th e n e e d o f re f o r e s t i n g n o n - a g r i c u l t u r a l la n d a n d to th e ben e fits th a t w ill r e ­ s u l t th e r e f r o m la in d ic a te d by ‘th e ste a d i l y in c r e a s i n g d e m a n d fo r tre e s fro m a ll p a r t s of th e s t a t e a n d fro m a ll classes of people. F o ll o w in g a n u n p r e c e d e n te d d e - m g p u r ­ poses, o r d e r s fo r tre e s fo r th e fall ■planting seaso n b e g a n to com e in to th e C o n s e r v a tio n C o m m issio n e a r l i e r a n d in g r e a t e r v o lu m e th a n la s t y e a r . , T h e fa ll p l a n t i n g seaso n beg in s a b o u t th e fu-st o f S e p t e m b e r in n o r t h ­ e r n N e w Y o r k a n d en d s a b o u t th e last Of October iji southern Ne'w York and L o n g Islan d . .Not m an y ordei sw ill be re s p e c te d by th e d e leg a tes. (Lieutenant Governor Wood, who w a s one o f th o s e th r u s t asid e b y th e g o v e r n o r in re c e n t co n f e r e n c e s , w a s p l a c a t e d by a p p o i n t m e n t to a v a ­ c a n t J u d g e s h i p on th e C o u r t of C laim s to su c c e e d W illia m D. C u n ­ n in g h a m . A l th o u g h N eiwton a n d L y o n s h a v e a n n o u n c e d th e i r p u r p o s e to fig h t fo r re n o m i n a t i o n on th'e flo o r o f th e c o n v e n tio n , th e r e is no one in th e co n ­ fidence o f t h e R e p iiblacan le a d e r s w h o b e liev e s th e i r fig h t w o u l d ca u s e m o r e th a n a rip p le . N e w Y o r k c o u n t y p r o b a b l y w ill Sii'plport Lyons u n t i l it is seen th a t h is n o m in a ti o n is im p o s s ib le. I t w ill th e n s h i f t to so m e o th e r N e w Y o r k m a n acceptable to th e g'overnor. •skine C. R o g e r s o f W a s 'h in g to n c o u n ty i t is u n d e r s to o d h a s b e e n p ick e d fo r Attorney General and R o ­ g e r B la c k fo r S t a t e E n g i n e e r . B o t h L y o n s a n d N e w to n a r e ex p e c ted to m a k e a fig h t a g a i n s t fo r c e d re t i r e ­ ment. MUST BE CITIZEN TO GET HUNTING LICENSE The Law Prohibits the Issu­ ing oif Hunting Licenses to Aliens. fo r e S e p t e m b e r 1, b u t th i s y e a r th e r e w e r e u p w a r d s of fifty a g g r e g a t i n g a b o u t 200,000 trees. M o re th a n one- th i r d o f orders^ o r 75,000. w e r e fo r w h i t e pin e , 32,000 fo r re d p i n e 29,- 000 N o r w a y sp r u c e , 20,000 S c o tch p in e a n d th e re m a i n d e r w h ite sp r u c e , w h i t e ce d a r , b la c k lo c u s t a n d C a r o ­ lin a p o p la r , one ro d a n d g u n clu b s e n d i n g in a n o r d e r fo r 10,000 of th e la s t n a m e d ' species. M a n y o f th e c o u n ty s a n a to i 'ia fo r th e tr e a t m e n t of tu b e r c u lo s i s a r e in ­ cluded a m o n g those who already h a v e p l a c e d o r d e r s fo r tre e s in o r ­ der that these institiLtions may in tim e h a v e th e b e n e f its re s u l tin g fro m fo r e s t su rro u n d in g .?, •School d i s tr ic ts in se v e r a l co u n ties a r e s t a r t i n g forC sts, th e ’re v e n u e fro m w h i c h w h e n the tre e s m a t u r e w ill m a k e th e sch o o ls se lf s u p p o r t in g , n e a r l y ev e r y in.sitance th e s e school district foi-'ests are being planted by th e sch o o l c h il d r e n th e m s e lv e s . In o r d e r to k e e p p a c e w i t h th e d e ­ m a n d fo r tre e s . C o n s e r v a tio n C o m ­ missioner MacDonald, last spring’ es­ ta b l i s h e d a n e w fo r e s t n u r s e r y • n e a r L o w v ille. T h e n e w n u r s e r y is th e seco n d la r g e s t in th e s t a l e w i t h a c a ­ p a c ity of 20,000,000 a n d w ill h a v e an a n n u a l o u t p u t of b e tw e e n six a n d sev e n m illio n . I t is c o n v e n ie n tl y lo ­ c a te d fo r s u p p ly in g tre e s to th e c e n ­ tra l a n d n o r t h e r n c e n t r a l p a r t of th e s t a t e w h e r e th e r e a r e la r g e a r e a s of la n d b e t t e r su i te d to ra i s i n g tre e s than to any o th e i‘\ p u r p o s e . Albany, Sept. 25—A forisign born person a p p l y in g fo r a h u n t i n g o r tra p p i n g licen s e is noiy re q u ire d by law to submit to the county, city or to w n clerk , b e f o r e w h o m th e a p p l i ­ c a t i o n is Iralxdie,. h i s anaturaiKization p a p e r s b e f o r e h e c a n receiv e a li­ cense, u n d e r th e a m e n d m e n t to th e C o n s e r v a tio n la w e n a c te d th i s In resp(onse issu in g licenses to in q u irie s re la t iv e to cens e s to pei'sons w h o do n o t p r e s e n t th e i r n a t u r a l i z a t i o n p a - b u t c l a im th a t th e y ar r e c i tizen s th r o u g h th e i r S t h e r t h e y a b o r n in thi.g count.v, CL' through the naturali- aztion o f th e ir parents, the C o n serva- tio n C o m m issio n h a s ad v ised th a t if the official clothed with the'authori- issu e su c h licen s e s is satisfied th a t th e fo r e ig n b o r n p e r s o n m a k i n g a p p l i c a t i o n fo r th e license h a s b e ­ com e n a t u r a l i z e d th r o u g h th e n a t u r ­ a l i z a t io n o f th e fa t h e r , th e license s ’'o u ld ' be issued. I t sim p ly re s t s w ith th e official s a tisfy in g h im s e lf to th e citiz e n s h ip o f th e p e r s o n jp lyin g for the licen s e b e f o r e is- ing the same. WESTON MAY OEAGH HERE TOlil 7 ARRESTED FOR RAID ON JAIL gt. Paul,- Sept. 2 5 .-^ L e s s th a n 24- h o u r s a f t e r h e h a d b e e n lib e r a t e d by tw e lv e m e n w h o m a d e a n a t t a c k on th e c o u n t y ja il , J o h n C. R y a n , leg e d le a d e r o f a b a n d i t g a n g , w a s a g a in loo k e d u p la s t n ig h t, w ith m e n w h o a r e sa id to h a v e p a r t i c i p a t ­ ed in th e a tt a c k . T h e m e n w e r e a r r e s t e d a t a ro o m ­ in g h o u s e . T w o m e n p o s in g as fe d e r a l ag e n ts, b r i n g i n g tw o “u d r n k s ” th e y w ish e d to p lace in cells, had. been ad m itted by tw o ja i lo r s . 'W h e n in s id e , th e fo u r d r e w g u n s , o v e r p o w e r e d th e ja ilo r s , and adm ittin g e ig h t others, released R y a n a n d a t t e m p t e d to fre e tw o “ p a l s ” b u t w i t h o u t success. N e w Y o rk , O il C o m 'pany vanced th Chi Price Up. 25— T h e S ta n d a r d of N e w Y o r k today ad - rice o f k e r o s e n e in N e w Y o rk an d N e w E n g l a n d one c e n t a gallon . T h e n e w price is 14 cents. MILLS ADMITS FAITH IN WIFE WAVERED WHEN ‘ SHE DISAPPEARED Proescutors .Still Regrard Him a s a Worth While Witness— Asked Mrs Hall if the Disappearance Wasn^t ah Elopement—^Mrs Hall Replied That She Did Not Think So and Susr^ested Foul Play. New Brimswidv, Sept. 25—Beneath the protestation of faith in his murdered wife which have characterized all his statements since the liall-Mills murder, James Mills, sexton of the church, has had his doubts. ’ He admitted Monday that his faith had- walvered when he met Mrs Hall on the morning after Hall disappeared with his wife, Mrs Eleanor Mills, to the extent that he said to Mrs Hall: “I wonder if it i^ an elopement.” Millis wa.g b e in g q u e s tio n e d a g a i n in th e re s u m e d inqxiiry in to th e m y s - teriou.s d o u b le k il lin g ju s t o u tsid e of N e w B r u n s w ick . In t e r r o g a t o r s b a v o d isco v e r e d th a t M ills is still w o r tL q u e s tio n in g as he se e m s to h a v e so m e new h i n t s to ad d e a c h tim e . M o n d a y lie a d m i t t e d th a t th e th o u g h t of a n e lo p e m e n t c a m e a c r o s s h is m i n d w h e n ho cam e a c r o s s th e m i n i s t e r ’s w ife as h e w a s lo o k in g fo r h is w ife. “B u t M rs H a l l sa id sh e 'd id n ’t th i n k i t . w a s a n e l o p e m e n t,” M ills said . S h e « a id : “N o, I th i n k it is foul p l a y . ” T h i s p o in t in M ills’ -st-ory g a t h e r s im p o r t a n c e whe,n it is co n ­ sid e r e d in re l a tio n to a re p o r t M o n ­ d a y th a t M r s AIllls confidefl to a re l a ­ tiv e th a t sh e a n d 'th e R e v M r H a ll h a d c o n s id e r e d a n elo p e m e n t to J a - 'Phe sto r ie s of ten p e r s o n s w h o said th a t th e y sa w th e R e v E d w a r d W . H a ll .and M rs E l e a n o r R . M ills sev ­ e r a l time.? la s t su m m e r s i t t i n g on a ben c h in th e c ity p a r k w e r e c h e c k e d . u p to d a y by officials th e slay e r . fi'he p a r k , p a r t i c u l a r l y th e b e n c h w h ic h w a s p o in te d o u t to d e tectiv e s , is n o t m o r e th a n a q u a r ­ te r of a m ile fro m th e c e d a r a n d a p ­ p le tre e a n d u n d e r w h ic h th e bodies w e r e fo u n d . O'he benc'h is in a seclu d e d spot, w ith ev e r g r e e n tre e s on a ll sid e s a n d f a r rem o v e d fro m ele c tr ic lig h ts. T h e p e r s o n s w h o to ld th e stor-ies said th a t th e m i n i s t e r an d th e c h o ir sinj seem e d to h e a d fo r th e b e n c h as h a d b e c o m e by c o m m o n c o n s e n t a try s t i n g p o in t fo r th e m . J u s t in b a c k o f it is .a k n o ll from - w h ic h can be seen the old EhiUips f a r m -ho-use,. o n e of th e c e n t r a l p o in t s in th e m y s tery .i P e a r l B a b m e r , th e 1 7 - y e a r - o ld g irl w h o w i th R a y m o n d S c h n e i d e r fo u n d th e b o d ies of th e re c t o r an d th e sin g e r , w a s re le a s e d fro m c u s to d y to d a y w h e n sh e w a s a r r a i g n e d b e f o r e C ity R e c o r d e r T r ln d e ll. O fficials s t a t ­ ed th a t sh e w a s n o t h e ld b e c a u s e of a n y p o s s ib le c o n n e c tio n w i t h th e c r im e Itself, b u t b e c a u s e of a c o m ­ p l a i n t m a d e bv h e r fa t h e r th a t sh e v/.ho a r e se e k i n g w a s in c o r r ig ib le . . - . , . Veteran Hiker is Scheduled to Stop Here— ^Leaves Troy for This City This Morning. E d w a r d P a y s o n V 'esto n , 83, th e v e t i ^ a n h i k e r , m a y re a c h H u d s c h to ­ n i g h t if a ll goes w e ll W4th h im . H e ex p e c ts to leav e T r o y th i s m o r n in g , g o in g fro m th e r e to C a s t l e t o n a n d H u d s o n . H e a r r i v e d on th e c u t s k i r t s o f A l­ bany Monday at 11.30 a. m. on hiS w a l k from B u ffalo to New York w h ich h e ex p e c t s to c o m p lete in 30 day s . H e a n n o u n c e d th a t h e w a s tw o d a y s a h e a d of h is sch e d u le. H e w a s m e t by a d e leg a tio n of m e m b e r s o f th e A l b a n y c h a m b e r of co m m e rce, h e a d e d b y R o y S. S m ith , ex e c u tiv e se c r e t a r y . M r 'W e s ton le f t S c h e n e c t a d y a t 7.50-' M o n d a y m o r n i n g . A f t e r re s t i n g on th e o u t s k i r t s o f A lb a n y , h e r e ­ su m e d h i s m a r c h a n d called on th e G o v e r n o r a t 11.30 o’clock. M r W e s ­ to n n e v e r e a t s an y lu n c h e o n . H e le f t fo r T r o y s h o r t l y a f t e r 2 o’clo c k w h e r e h e sp e n t la s t n i g h t. H is niece, A n n a H a g g a n , fo llo w s h i m w i t h a h o r s e a n d w a g o n . S u n d a y M r W e s to n sp e n t re s t in g in S c h e n e c tad y , a s h e n e v e r w a l k s S u n d a y . H e le f t B u f falo L a b o r d a y a n d is sch e d u le d to re a c h N e w Y o r k O c to b e r 7th. H e h a d n o t in t e n d e d to go th r u A lb a n y , b u t h e d e c la r e d h e w a s g o in g o u t of h is w a y to m e e t th e G o v e r n o r . H e w ill leav e th i s m o r n i n g fo r C a s ­ tle t o n , th e n h e w ill jo u r n e y on tc H u d s o n . F r o m h e r e h is sc h e d u le ta k e s h i m th r u R h i n e b e c k , P o u g h ­ k e e p s i e a n d N e w Yoi-k. H e c a r r i e s w ith h im a fewagger stic k w i t h 'A m e r ic a n fla g 'a t t a c h e d w h ic h h e h a s c a r r i e d 66,000 m iles. U n d o u b t e d l y h e w ill n o t re a c h th is city u n t i l la te th i s a f te r n o o n or th e e a r l y e v e n in g a n d v e r y lik e ly a la r g e cro w d of H u d s o n i a n s w ill g a t h ­ e r to g r e e t th e a g e d w a l k e r . TURKISH MASSACRES FEARED BY THE BRITISH WARNINGS ARE SENT IT Great Britain Willing to Admit Soviet Riusia to the Near East * Peace Conference if France Agrees—Bulgaria May Also Be Taken in—^Kemal Expected to Make Counter Proposals for Purpose of Bargaining London, Sept. 25.—Great Britain is willing to admit Soviet Russia to tlie Near East peace 'conferenee at Venice provided France concurs. T-liis decision was readied by the cabinet, after bearing a full report on the recent Paris ne­ gotiations from Lord Ciirzon to the Prime Minister, it was learned. 366ETBAH.IN m i l INIIUIIIY ;il.. S e p t. 25— ^ T h irty-six of m u r d e r in c o n n e c tio n W ith th e H e r - M a rioi , file forty-four' person's indicted for rin M ine k i llin g s w ill be g iven lib e r t y on b o n d to d a y , it w a s a n o u c e d . T h e re m a i n i n g e ig h t w i l l n o t b e allo w e d bond, b e c a u s e of •.“co m p e l lin g ev i­ den c e ” a g a i n s t th e m , it w a s a d d e d . Should! m o tio n s to d i s m iss th e in d ict-J m e n ts b e m a d e , th e y w ill n o t be g r a n t e d it w a s le a r n e d . Six in d ic t e d m e n w ill be allo w e d freedom on $20,000 bail, ten on $10,- 000, a n d tw e n t y on ?5,000. it w a s sta te d . T h e c h a r a c t e r of evidence against each regulated the amounts, T h e m in e r s ’ u n io n is sa i d to b e p r e ­ p a r e d to fu r n i s h th e b o n d s . A co m ­ m i t te e of’ m i n e r s headedi b y M a y o r P a c e of H e r r i n , w h e r e t'he tw e n t y - tw o k i llin g s o c c u r r e d , h a s b e e n so ­ licitin g . b u s in e s s m e n in th i s sec ti o n fo r assistan c e , a n d su f f icien t p led g e s are said to have been obtained to c o v ­ er th e bondfe. S ix o f th e s e to be d e ­ nied b a il are a m o n g th e th i r t y in custody, w b ile th e other t-wro have not been apprehended. WOMAN THROWS ACID IN CROWDED THEATRE 36, A t l a n t i c C ity, S e p t. 25.— A p e r f o r m ­ an c e o f “A n E y e fo r a n B y e ,” a m e lo ­ dram a ,, w a s n e a r l y d i s r u p t e d a t th e G lobe T h e a t r e h e r e la s t n i g h t w h e n p o lice re s e r v e s re s p o n d e d to a rio t call a n d q u e lled a n u p r o a r in th e a u d i e n c e w h ic h a r o s e w h e n , th e lice alleg e , M rs M o flie C a n to r , th r e w th e c o n te n t s of a th r e e - o u n c e v ial o f c a r b o li c acid in to th e faces of her hu sb a n d and Mrs M ary K o lm e k - zky w ho w e r e seated in the orch e s tra w a t c h in g the show . C a n to r a n d M rs K o lm e k z k j'' w e r e taken to th e City H o s p ital su f f e r in g fro m b u r n s on th e face a n d a r m s an d M rs C a n to r w a s lo c k e d u p c h a r g e d w ith a s s a u l t a n d b a t t e r y . Je a lo u s y , accoj’d i n g to th e police, w a s resp o n s i b l e fo r th e a lle g e d a t ­ ta c k . M r K o lm e k z k y w a s se a t e d b e ­ sid e h is w ife a n d C a n to r . H e escaped th e acid. MAYOR HYLAN WILL AT- * TEND CONVENTION S e p t. 25— Mav-or H y laH th e C ity H a l l to d a y th a t h e w o u ld .go to S y r a c u s e \Wed­ n e s d a y a n d m i g h t possib ly be a dele- igate to th e n e m o c r a t i c S t a t e co n v e n r ■tion. Th-is decisio n w a s re a c h e d su d - ;denly a n d -u n d o u b te d ly it is h is p u r - 'POse 'to b o l s t e r up tb e -political set-; b a c k w h i c h H e a r s P s c a n d i d a c y ■ re-, ceived th th e prim a i- ies. 1 AVoman Ends Life. N e w Y o r k . S e p t. 25.— ^Mrs S a r a h Isaacs, 30, ju m p e d to h e r d e a t h fro m th e ro o f of th e fiv e - s to r y b u i l d in g a t N o. 336 E a s t 9 3 r d s t r e e t a t 8 o’clo c k la s t n i g h t . H e r h u s b a n d , D a v id, co u ld a s c r ib e no m o tiv e fo r th e su i­ cid e ex c e p t t h a t sh e h a d b e e n in ill h e a lth . Mr M. J. O’Har; srintendent oi f P u b lic W o rks, Em sa iE V E S WAlHSimY 0, A. Tells Supt. of Public Works ITiere is Nothing to Worry About in Water Reports. S u p t of P u b l i c W o r k s O ’H a r a , w h o h a s b e e n in co m m u n ic a ti o n w i th N i c h o l a s S. H ill, th e N e w Y o r k co n ­ su l t i n g e n g i n e e r w h o m a k e s w e e k ly a n a ly s e s of th e c ity w a t e r su p p ly , h a s receiv e d th e fo llo w in g le t t e r fro m M r iperintend e n t o Hudson, N. YY. D e a r S ir: R e p l y in g to y o u r s of th e 20th, th e p r e s e n c e of 207 b a c t e r i a a n d th e p r e s e n c e of B. coli in one cu b i c e n t i ­ m e t e r in th e sam p le fro m th e d i s t r i ­ b u tio n sy s tem does n o t serio u s ly co n ­ cern m e , p a r t icu larly a s y o u s t a t e th a t th e m a i n s w e r e c lean e d o u t 'by o p e n i n g a n u m b e r of h y d r a n t s som e tim e p r e v io u s to th e ta k i n g of th i s sam p le. T h e se d im e n t in th e d i s tr i b u t io n system we find frequently contains B. coli a n d w e also find i n sa m p le s ta k e n a f t e r flu s h in g th e m a in s th e r e is n e a r l y a lw a y s a h i g h e r b a c t e r i a l c o u n t a n d B . coli fre q u e n tly a r e p r e s e n t. T h e ana,lyses- sh o w th a t th e o r g a n ­ ism s w e r e of a t t e n u a t e d fo r m s , an d a l t o g e t h e r I sh o u l d n o t w o r r y a b o u t th i s . W e alw a y s call y o u r a t t e n t i o n to th e s e m a t t e r s so- y o u c a n see ju s t ho-w things are going on. Y o u r s v e r y tru l y , N IC H O L A S S. H I L L , J R . For some time past the weekly a n a ly s e s h a v e sh o w n th e p r e s e n c e B. coli in th e filte r e d w a t e r a n d M r O’Harashas tried a number of experi­ m e n t s to rid th e w a t e r of th e s e g e r m s and called u p o n M r H ill fo r f u r t h e r su g g e s tio n s . N. Y. LAWYER SUES FOR FALSE ARREST N e w Y o r k ; Seipt. 25— ^Nelson R u t - ten b e r g , a law y e r , b r 'o u g h t su i t to d a y a g a i n s t W . N e lso n B o r r o r of G lens Fala. -svho, it was alleged, had him arrested and th e r e b y em'barras.sed h im w i t h o u t cau s e Sept. 5. T h a t day, R u tten lb e r g alleg e d , h e M ilton B u l g a r i a w ill be re p r e s e n t e d a t th e co n f e r e n c e if (R u ssia is ad m itted^ A ll sig n s in d ic a t e th a t th e T u r k s will' accept th e in v i t a t i o n to a t t e n d t'be conference on the basis of the al­ lied term -s a l t h o th e y a r e e x p e c ted to offer o b jectio n s a n d re s e r v a ti o n s fo r th e p u r p o s e of b a r g a in i n g . K e m a l ’s a n s w e r in s t e a d of b e i n g a yes o r no rep ly , m .ay p r e s e n t c o u n te r p r o p o s a l s s u g g e s ti n g a n im m e d i a te p r e l i m i n a r y c o n f e r e n c e a t M u r d a n i a o r Ism i d , s t i p u l a t i n g th a t th e a l l ie s in th e m e a n t im e sto p a l l m i l i t a r y m o v e m e n ts. T h e B r it i s h F o r e i g n office is f e a r ­ fu l th a t m a s s a c r e s / m a y b r e a k o u t a f ­ te r S e p t e m b e r 30th. Di'spa-ebhes fro m A t h e n s s t a t e th a t K e m a l i s t s h a v e issu e d o r d e r s •w arn­ in g a l l G r e e k s andi Annenians, except th o s e o f m i l i t a r y a g e w h o a r e r e ­ garded as prisoners of war, to Ieav,e . S m y r n a b e f o re S a tu r d a y . T h e w a f n - in g is re g a r d e d as sin i s te r , -w a r r a n t in g t'he a s s u m p t i o n th a t m a s s a c r e s m a y be ex p e c ted . F e a r is fe l t fo r th e s a f e t y of th e 200,000 refug< S m y r n a di «x'ict. H a m e l B< se n t a t i v e of th e A n g o r a g-ovem m ent in C o n s ta n tin o p le , declared to d a y th e a l l ie d in v i ta ti o n to th e p e a c e c o n f e r ­ ence co u l d n o t' toe a c c e p t e d b y th e T u r k i s h N a t i o n a l i s t s on th e . term s laid down.' (P e a r s th a t th e T u r k i s h troops in S m y r n a a r e g e t t i n g beyond c o n t r o l c o n tin u e to be ex p r e s s e d h e r e . I t i.s ^ i d - it is d o u b t f u l th a t e v e m .K e m a j P a s h a can h o ld th e -m e n . i n dheck, a s th e y a r e in fa n a t i c a l m o o d a n d a r e cla m o r in g to be allo w e d to a d ­ v a n c e on C o n s tan tin o p le. • A c o m d in g to a re p o r t fro m C h a n a k a B r i t i s h c a v a l r y p a t r o l on baturday m o r n i n g fo u n d 200 re g u l a r T u r k i s h c a v a l r y in the Village of b a r a c h i lli. tw e n t y - s e v e n m ile s so u th Of Chanak. T h e T u r k i s h c o m m a n ­ d e r p r o f e s s e d to be u n a w a r e that he -was in th e n e u t r a l zone b u t d e c lin e d to move withoult orders a l t h o u g h w a r n e d th a t f u r t h e r encroachmen.' . m i g h t e n t a i l s e r i o u s consequences T h e B r itish patrol withdrew, b u t r e ­ m a in e d in o b s e r v a tio n . REiaiinjijAYgE INAIBANYPARAK Albany may gee the G o v e r n o r G e n ­ e r a l ’s F o o t G u a r d s , \ -ny may gc F o o t G u a r d s , t h e crack Can­ a d i a n re g i m e n t o f 1,000 m e n sw e e p by in review on Armistice D a y , N o ­ v e m b e r 11 , a c c o r d in g to C o lonel w a s m o t o r i n g w i t h h i s frie n d M ilton • c o m m ^ d i n g th e C o h e n fro m L a k e P lacid , a n d they j W a lsh sa id s t o p p e d fo r lu n c h in G le n s F a lls. T h e W n m e a l over, B o r r o r a c c o s ted h im a n d ! x .. th e fa m o u s W o r ld w a r u s i n g vile la n g u a g e sa i d : ' ^ A r m istice “I k n o w y o u r k i n d ; I w i l l h a n g y o u ^ o n ies in A lbany, w i t h th e u p in th i s city ,” th e la w y e r alleged, a d d in g th a t B o r r o r then had a m e m b e r s of th e T e n th In f a n - liceman arrest him. The case was flismis.oGcl by a magistrate h e said . 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'a n d c ity officials w ill a t t e n d . .“S h e m a d e m e q u i t,” h e said. j T h e ,ded ica'tio n o f th e s h r i n e w ill' --------------- - ------------------- 'lYot be c o n d u c te d u n t i l A r m i s ti c e D a y a « D F I ® E ^ l f I L L HIS WIFE QUELCHES BOASTER 94 YEARS OLD B E r S H U T I l H 'l ^ i l THEIR (GOAL } S U m Y Funeral Today A lb a n y , S e p t. 26— T h e fu n e r a l N e w Y o r k , Sept. W o o d in, s t a t e fu e l a d m i n i s t r a t o r , a p - ; o f th e R e p u b l i c a n s t a t e c o m m itte e , pealed to_day to coal c o n s h m e r s to in - S p e a k e r M a c h o ld a n d o t h e r p r o m i - fo r m him c o n f id e n tially of a n y cases n e n t R e p u b li c a n s no w in A lb a n y fo r profiteering! on th e p a r t o f co a l th e s t a t e conventio'n, w ill a tti Je r s . 'S u p p l i e s w i l l be s h u t off f f . R e p u b lic a n s •S tate -S e n a tar E lo n R . B r o w n w ill be jh e l d fro m h i s h o m e a t W a t e r t o w n -W illiam H . to m o r r o w a f t e r n o o n . C h a irm a n G lynn t h e R e p u b l ic a n s t a t e c o m m itte e , c o a l th e s t a t e co n v e n ti d e a le r s . 'S u p p l i e s w i l l b e s h u t o . R e p u b lic a n s ' of n o r t h fro m d e a le r s fo u n d g u ilty, h e said, w h o a r e d e le g a t e s to th e c o n v e n tio n No a t t e n t i o n w ill be g iv e n to a n o n y - w ill n o t leav e th e i r h o m e s fo r A lb a n y m o u s c o m m im icatio n s . u n t i l a f t e r th e fu n e r a l .

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