Syracuse Herald, October 22, 1911

Syracuse Herald

October 22, 1911

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Syracuse Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1911, Syracuse, New York SECTION 1 HERALD TELEGRAPH EDITORIAL VOL. 32, NO. 1664. SYRACUSE, N. T., SUNDAY OCTOBER 22, 1911. FIFTY-TWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS IN fERCE FIGHT Surprise Invaders Out of Reach of Warship's Routed. DEAD ITALIAN SOLDIERS FOUND IN TRENCHES Large Pile of Italian Uniforms Discovered in Field, Leading to Belief That Casualties Were Forces Resist Siege at Benghazi. Berlin. Oct. special dispatch to the Lokal Anzeiger .from Tripoli, by way of Malta, i reports a sanguinary fight on Thursday night near the city of 'Tripoli. The Turks surprised the Ital- ians, who were caught between fires and routed, although retreating in good order. The warships were unable to i assistance. Fifteen Italian soldiers wore foun (lead in the trenches. A large pile of uniforms belonging to Italian soldiers later was discovered :in va field, which leads to the belie that the Italian casualties were much more serious than admitted. Many dead and wounded were trans iported to the warships. The same correspondent says tha -the Turkish garrison at Benghazi is I offering vigorous resistance to the contested to the bitter end. The .'second object of the return of .he Goodriches is the suit brought by W. E. D. Stokes, owner of the Hotel Anso'nia in New York, against Miss Goodrich than This sum is. claimed for rentals and food furnished Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin when stopping, there early last winter. An attachment was issued against Miss Toodrieh's property 'in California. Miss Goodrich insists that as the lusband is th.e bread winner of'the "amily he should pay the board'and MacFarland Held by Police in Cyanide Poisoning Case. N. J.. Oct.. formal charge of murder was laid to-day against Allison MacFarland, a. rich advertising expert, in the poison mys- tery upon which the police have been working for th'e last two days. As in the Richeson case, the victim, Mrs. Macjfarland, took- cyanide of potas- sium. The police allege, that the deadly i drug was placed.- .within Mrs.. Mac- Farland's reach ,by her husband, the. prisoner, and that she took It, as he intended she should, in mistake for bromide. j I The charge of murder was -made j folio wing'the discovery that the phial containing' the poison, found near the body of Mrs. MacFarland, contained two labels, one over the other, the second been put on, it is be- after the death of the woman. A bundle of letters also was taken from the MacFarland house. These were carefully read by prosecutor Wilbur A. Mott. MacFarland was arraigned arid held without bail. He was taken., to the County jail and placed in a cell. photograph of Loiita Armour the 1 i -year-old -.daughter of J. .Ogden Armour, I the millionaire Chicago packer who''was once a. was cure< by the.famous Dr. JLorenz'of Berlin, who came to the United States to perform-his marveUous bloodless 'operation on the child, iately little.. Miss Armour has been taking dancing lessons and shows very little trace of her' Infantile dis- ability.'1 82 REPLIES FOR ONE "WANT AD" IN THE HERALD A classified aUx-ertisenient printed twice "in The Evening.Herald brought the-" advertiser -eighty-two replies. Could -.any 'stronger' pVoof .of. the draw- Ing power: of-a .Herald want -ad: be presented The- -two Insertions 'of the. ad' cost the advertiser, '25 cents.. Eaclu-reply thereforeV'-cost- lilm. a, more than three-tenths-of a The. advertiser" was T.h'omaa A.- '.-.'Oneldai. .T. He: Is fled every part "I; consci- entiously, .say -that -my wide experience--have I--had. the Jgre'at resnlf3'i'that''I .did recently; from a .pdgings as oodwin. long as she was Mrs. The third object of Miss Gooflrich's return is to -fulfill an engagement in 'audeville. She declares, however he principal object is to meet Good- win face to face or to know the rea- 011 tell him just what she hinks of him. THE WEATHER. For Western New rains and somewhat cooier Sunday: Monday unsettled: light to moderate variable winds. For Pastern New Sunday and probably Monday with occasional rain, cooler Monday; light to moderate east winds. Furnished Rooms. The Ncfev -Woerner, 231 E. Fayette St for men only. Steam heat, running water, electric 1lKht ana bath; S2.60 per week'up. Transients 50c up Adv. The- burglar who robbed the clothing shop of Weeks 116 E. Jeffer- son St.. knew where 'to find -the latest styles and best A very large selection of men's shirts of [he best makes In soft, pleated and stiff bosoms. The Special exhibition of fine Oriental Rugs bt Hand's, 122 East Malt Hops BRING SUIT TO BREAK RAILROAD COMBINE Washington, Oct. Flour Cit'j line, a new independent p'any of Minnesota, and several Minne- apolis millers to-day brought suit in the Commerce court to break ar alleged unlawful combination''on the part of the railroads affiliated with-the trunk line association to maintain high freight rates on flour and 'other grain products York. from Minneapolis to New Aviator Mortally Hurt..' Hamburg, 'Oct.' Tacks vas mortally injured while "making a flight near here to-day. Cahlli Bros. C'ahlll Bros, will serve a special Siindav dinner from until 9 o'clock, corner Franklin and W.. Washington Connoisseur. Beat lOe Cigar. Purity of stock, perfect In Special prices in all trimmed hats this week at Rautenberg -Millinery, 713 S. Trv club Thp Special exhibition of fine Oriental Rugs at Hand's, 122 East Ask your Special exhibition 'of .fine Oriental Rugs at HanHjs. 522 .East For Descends Feet, Brings, Up Gold Nugget. Rapid City, S. D., Oct. Taft went down into the Homestake mine, the largest mine In the world, at to-day, and emerged with a nugget of gold in his pocket. The President descended feet through the main shaft and quarter of a mile through the-depths the while members of his party held "tiny lights to illuminate his way. "GARDEN OF ALLAH" HAS FIRST PERFORMANCE (By Alan Dale.) New York, Oct. most heroic attempt .to inject the lure, the thrall and the "suspense" of the "theater" into Robert HIchcns's glowing, fan- tastic story of "The -Garden of Allah" was made at the Century theater to- day. Fortunately for -his own peace of mind, the dramatizer was Robert Hich- ens himself "and a said to be Mary Anderson, so at least we can rest assured that a .particularly successful and much discussed novel was not ruined by a ruthless car- penter. MINE RESCUE CREW SAVES LIVES OF EIGHT Daring Plot Within Precincts .of China's Imperial Palace. Special: tpxTlie "Syracuse Pekin, Oct.; daring -attempt' to kidnap'' the cnild .emperor'of Ch'ina'was frustrated Two-strangers dis- guised. facially and in costume ;so to resemble .exactly boy's'tu- tors In the palace grounds. the real tors approached.' .Their successful-entranci and leads to- fears of treason imperial rebel; spies'have been; operating: V'r The: foreign' legati ons. here arm ing .and provisioning- to: defend', them- selves .and- .those taking 'refuse-with them sfio'uld.-the day. on- which-'the revo- to assert them- selves in.', the' great.-city. The warn- ing caine '.from' students.-and Was sent to The assembly -meets- to-mor- for'Its 'second session this anoVrth'e-warninK. of the" ou'tbreak-.'for the same; caused great, un- easiness; RICHESON DINED WITH GIRL BEFORE SHE TOOK POISON Case Against Richeson Incomplete, Says Chief of May Save Pastor's Life. Special to The Syracuse Herald. Boston, Oct. the Rev. C. V. T. Richeiion is busily engaged In his cell In tjje Charles street jail with the. preparation of a public statement which will be read from the pulpit of the Immanuel Baptist church, of which he is pastor, to-morrow, the entire Boston detective force Is concentrating its efforts to clinch the fact that the ac- cused clergyman gave Avis Linnell the cyanide of_potassium, which caused her death in the Young Wom- en's Christian association building a few hours later. Chief of Inspector's Dugan declares "that he has woven a complete cir- cumstantial case save for that one link, and considering; the circum- stances under which the golden- haired girl of IS died it is supremely Important that such a link shall be supplied. However ugly.the other fea- tures, of the case may appear the police admit-that no jury would con- vict-the Rev. .Richeson of murder un- less it were demonstrated that the young clergyrrian had furnished the girl the cyanide of potassium. It has been urged In the accused man's defense that before he pur- chased the phial of poison from the Newton Center- druggist he had threatened the landlord of his Cam- bridge home that he would either have to kill his landlord's dog or move from the house. This Is offered to supply a motive for purchasing the cyanide. Police Clinch Important Link in Chain of Murder Evidence Accused Pastor. DASHING CLERGYMAN A GAY LOTHARIO IN OTHER TOWNS Engaged to Three Kansas City Girls at Once, They Con- fronted Him at Church Where He Another Trio of Sweethearts at a Student at College With Dr. Hyde, Tried for Cyanide Murder of Colonel Swope. AGAINST JUDGE RAY Attorney Mead of Auburn Say Federal Jurist Is Abusive Toward Lawyers. Auburn, Oct. Benjamin Mead to-day., filed a formal rectues the grievance committee of th ayuga County Bar association for an nvestigation of alleged unwarrantei nd abusive conduct of United State istrict Judge George W. Ray of Nor ich, during the term of Federal cour hat closed this city. Th harges dealt with his treatment o ttorrieys and allege "brow-beating' nd other acts tending to humiliate th< awyers. Mr. Mead asks also that charges b< ailed to the attention of the Depart- lent of Justice at Washington. Secre- tary T. M. Hunt of the Bar association eclined -to give 6ut tlfe text of tK omplaint pending the action of the ssociation. -Pittsburgh, Pa.. Oct. rescue car of No. 7 of- the Unitefl States Bureau of Mines, in charge of of Fore- man Burke, made a quick run from Zanesville, to Lore, O., -where eight men had been caught In mine. .The. car's crew with oxygen tielmets and safety appliances, rescued "he miners. Special S1.50 Sale New Gloves. See our show window for great Aviator But Weather Halts Flight. Oct.: the' Is making the'ephs't" to: coast flight, did not at- his flight to-'dayWlng to high'winds and rani. At'- completed repairs oh his aeroplane, miles" south of. here, vwhe're 'he landed last' nfght but announced :that-he would resume his journey until the winds were'more favorable. Blue and Gold lOc cigar and La Syra- cuse 5e at the Exposition. Suits and overcoats made to order up. Peter Schlllo, 816 N. Sallna St.-Adv. Special exhibition of fine Oriental Rugs at 162 East For-Sale, 1913 Chalmers. A red torpedo roadster, run only 1.600 Good as-new. Two brand'new tires, clock. 3Iake_.-reasbnable offer or will PX change for .second-hand car' and cash. 321 East.Genesee. Overland-Syracuse Angelo Pirro has opened his fine-Ital- ian Barber Shop at 312 North Sallna St, or Public Market. Mr. Pirro Invites his friends to: come and see A EXPECTS JURY BY NEW YEARS IN M'NAMARA CASE Los Angeles, Oct. jury McNamara murder trial by January 1st, 1912, was the prediction made to- day by Attorney Clarence S. Darrow chief counsel for the defense. "With no court session to-day opposing counsel took opportunity to finish up the work of the first-com- plete1 court week in the trial of James for- the' murder of Charles J.. Haggerty .in the- Los Angeles Times explosion.' SEVEN BUILDINGS BURN IN DISASTROUS FIRE Milton, W. VS., Oct. build: ings -were destroyed with a loss oi and one fireman ..was injured In a five which swept this town to-day. The Cauie and a Remedy. melancholy days have come, the saddest of the year; too hot for whiskey punch, too cold for lager beer." A true remedy: Smoke Napoleon and Wedding Bell lOc and Little Napoleon, Full Dress and-370 '6c cigars, the sani- tary goods that dissipates sadness like the sun. on morning dew. See- the ex- hibit of these Incomparable brands at the Pure Foo'd show at the Armory, Syra- cuse, all this To Rent A limited number of choice apartments left ill The Leavenworth, James street, for desirable tenants. Apply George L. Barnard. Mgr., 940 University p. N. Shew Blocks and reshapes ladies' leaver hats. Adv. felt and 202 East Fayette A great line of men's sweaters. Prices very low, from ?1 'Come In and ee them. The Boston, Oct. Rev. Clarence Virgil Thompson Richeson is to-night face to face with the indisputable evi- dence that he dined with Avis Linnell last Saturday, only few hours before she swallowed the fatal poison which, according to the police, he had given her.- This was; an important missing link, the detectives asserted, in the chain of evidence connecting the young clergyman with the most remarkable crime in the annals of New England. MODERN "SCARLET LETTER" TRAGEDY. That Richeson, a modern "Arthur Dimmesdale" of Hawthorne's "Scar-J let who is accused of the murder as well as betrayal of Miss nell, the pretty young choir singer, in giving her a deadly dose of cyanide of I potassium under the guise of a harmless medicine which would spare them' both a publication of their shame, is held to-night in a trap of circumstan- tial evidence. v Tho fact that the minister wished to hide beneath his cloth the leller which he should wear with the young woman he had long courted, and who believed herself soon to be his-wife would furnish a motive for 'the crime, but the unexpected announcement oMiis engagement to Miss Violot Edmands, an aristocratic and very wealthy young woman, gives a further and more moving reason why the poisoned one stood between himself and happiness and riches should be removed. Prisoner about six months. The young clergyman has not 'yet broken tho attitude, of silence he as- sumed at the time of arrest. He spent the day pacing his cell in the Charles street jail, and spoke only to Moses Grant "Edmands, his prospective father-in-law, and Philip R. Dunbar, his attorney. Miss Violet Edmands, the pros- pective bride, is still prostrated by the shock caused by the arrest of Richeson and is under the care of. two physicians. Miss Edmands's mothr-.r was' occupied to-day with the melan- choly duty of directing the return of the wedding gifts sent by friends from distant points. Mrs. Edmands Hints Alibi. Mrs. Ed'mands has refused to discuss the case with, newspaper representa- but declared to a neighbor to- day that the Rev. Mr. Richeson could not have been with Avis Linnell last Saturday, as he was. at her home. The wealth of Millionaire George F. Edmands' estate will be poured out to finance the defense of Mr. Richeson. George F. Edmands was the father of Moses Grand Edmands and grandfather of Miss Violet Edmands, whose mar- riage to Richeson was to have -takei place Ocotber .31. Moses Grant Ed mands said to-night that his faith was unshaken in the young clergyman ani intimated that the family by him until the last. The police say they are at a loss to understand why the Edmands familj assume this attitude, since it is nov shown by their secret investigation that Richeson spent several hours will Avis Linnell Saturday, October 14th the day she-swallowed enough cyanid of potassium to kill ten people. Victim's Last Words. A new by the'po- Jjee has told .the 'young choir singer's last words were: "I dined to- day with Mr. Richeson." The police assert further that they have founc the restaurant where Richeson and the girl dined. They have found a gir who saw them eating together, who recognized them and who talked with Miss LinnelU' This girl wttl be a most importani witness at the trial of Richeson ant the police would not to night revea' lier Identity. It was Intimated tha- Miss Linnell had confided to her a tragic secret she had jealously guard- ed from others. "While, the. police were laboring to complete their case Richeson's lawyer Philip R. the son of former Judge James R. Dunbar of the Massa- chusetts superior court, .was planning to fight for life. It is already intimated' that a plea of in- sanity .ma'de if the case ever conies to trial. Richeson Not Unbalanced Many people can be found who admit :hat Mr Richeson was a most eccen- tric-person, but there are none who express the opinion "that his mind was unbalanced at the .time this deed was committed. Dr. H.' M. Gardner, las performed, professional service for the clergyman, made- the following statement for'the I. N. S. to-day: "I have treated" Mr. Richeson for is a case of nerves. His While denouncing crime everyone must idmire the judgment of style and quality, if the thief who robbed Weeks Ande'r- :on's clothing and gents' furnishing shop at 116 E. JefEerson Flowering bnjba, pots, plnnt stands, poultry sup- lies, potato dicscrB pninta, hardware, BtnncMcmE, ttcf mnnu're spreaders. A The only medicine I have prescribed ,K Im, is what ls ordinarily pre- scribed in cases of nervous breakdown and his condition was due wholly to overwork. There is absolutely no trace of insanity about the man "Dr. Baldwin prescribed' for him at the Edwands home and from what I gathered the only medicine he gave him was for his appetite." Pastor a Lothario. Trailing the career of Richeson to- day the police found out many strange things about the theological .studen and hypnotic young preacher. It mainly a. story of girls, girls- career of a Lothario. Tlie fact that he was engaged to Linnell and Violet Edmands at same time is small circumstances in comparison with the stories of his Mormonlike propensities for engage- ments that come from other cities where ho had been a student and preacher. One of the most remarkable of these'" engagement stories comes from Kansas City. Mr. Richeson preached there an' a supply pastor in v the Budd Park Baptist church. He was engaged, ac- cording to the report to three girls there at the same time. They learned of it and they ail walked in to church- one day and sat in .the name seat, Richeson saw them. But his nerve stood him in good stead preached fervently about how motlVers should watch over their daughters. GirJs Confronted Him. When the scrvlse was over the en- gaged trio (lied up to the altar and right out before, the startled congre-! gation accused him of promising to marry all three of them. In polished, courteous phrases, the clergyman excused himself. He disappeared and' never stood in that pulpit again. Comes from the little village of Georgetown, near Haverhill, another engagement story and this time feminine trio figures. Richesi preached at a: revival sedvice there he paid some attention to reviylnp love in the hearts of some of" the feminine members of the flock. The Sheriff's Daughter. One of the girls that caught the alluring eye of the cavalier clergyman was Miss Alice F. Howe, the daughter. of a deputy sheriff. that -they became was reported encgaged. The preacher had boarded at the sheriff's house. He gave Miss Howe several presents, then it became known that he J was engaged to two other girls of thej town, one of whom was Miss Alfreda Chase, and the Howes banished him. Richeson rendered a bill for tl presents he had given Miss Howe and. her father retorted with a counter bill for a month's board and nursing tliaa he had required while receiving medH cal treatment. Miss Howe is a prettjL girl who is at present engaged as stenographer In a; State institution. May Be-Still Others. It is' believed that before Richeson faces a jury in court scores of other (Continued on Page 3-A.) Y A modern Raffles robbed the clothing store of Weeks Anderson at 1J8 E. Jef- ferson St., thus showing good taste for style and A breakfast or luncheon is not complete without Beach Process Coffee. W. W. Norris, 215 E. Fayette Sunday dinner. Salt City Lunch.--Adv. Order a. ;