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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia WANT AD THIRD PAGES 4. 6. 6. AND 7. with moderate today and variable winds Temperature 86; 68. NO. AUGUST 3i, 1913.-FORTYFOUR ALL MEXICO Huerta Orders Include Every Man Able to Changed From Interior to Seaports and to Frontier Students Parade Daily in Mexico Enthusiasm Spreads to Youths of the Poorer Refugees Pouring From the Interior to Mexico Officials Emphasize by Mexico Aug 30 the between the United States and Mexico looking to a continuation of peace at a Mexico has issued orders a new disposition of the troops and for the militarization of all able-bodied men in that portion of the republic un- der control of the central There will also be a general shifting of headquarters to cities along both coasts and the northern General who has been in command of operations in the south against the Zapata has transferred to Acapulco on the west coast Gen. Josquin Maas will move from to Vera Gen. Jose Mier will go from to Gen Rascon will be sent to on the coast of Yucatan Gen. Mercado will be transferred from Chihuahua to Important Orders It is announced that to each general have been sent Instructions of but character is not revealed The war department in explanation of these changes says that the conditions no longer demand the presence of these men in the interior and that their new positions will enable them better to guard against Recently orders weie issued to every governor and jefe politico to organise and drill all able-bodied men under their re- jurisdiction for the ostensible purpose of taking in parades tember 36, national independence day The minister of the Dr. has notified every planter in the republic to arm and equip for service ten men This is for the purpose of defending vidual properties against the it being pointed out that the revolutionary conditions had so far abated that the only menace to these properties was by Students Also Under The streets of the capital are daily by marching armed with rifles under officers of the regular Not Infrequently whole companies of from 12 to 15 years are to be and occasionally there passes a company of poorly dressed youngsters topical of the newsboy element These have been caught by the wave of but the parading while professing have been left little choice since the governmental order that students n all government schools shall be subjected to military The minister of foreign Senor Gam boa is still awaiting a reply from the Mr. to his last but If there have been any further the fact has not been ted by the foreign office or the em- Mary telegrams and letters con- gratulating Gen Huerta on patriotic and virile he has taken before the of the continue to be Refugees Continue to Refugees from Ulterior points are be- ginning to arrive here The trains tonight proceeded to Vera Cruz with a heavier American passenger list than on any night since the warning from ton for Americans to leave Con- sun General office was visited by an unbroken stream of Americans seeking information regarding the and some asking for To all Consul Shanklin has shown his and impressed upon them that Washington s warning is leave at Hundreds of Americans of the better class are availing themselves of free ti by no means but caught short of with no for anything they may have lot are forced to consider the Consul Shanklin has been barded with as to what is to he done for them while they are waiting fora vessel at Vera Cruz or on their arrival In the United States With President Wilson at the summer capital in X TH Secretary of State Bryan lecturing hi Pennsylvania and and the secretary to the Mr. spending the week-end m New the waiting of this government in the Mexican situation became more emphasized Before Secretary Bryan and Mr. left early in the messages were received from John the special American envoy at Vera it was added ances to the already confident attitude of the administration Bryan asserted nothing had been received to cause any discouragement Lind Not toi Return Mr it was no thought of returning to the United StaUs at this and was to pi again to Mexico City at a ment s It was the general he would remain at era for some keeping in i. touch through George of the American embassy In Mexico the actual condition of the government and aiding an citizens who desired to return to this President Wilson's u Americans in Mexico to leave the try was declared to have been determined upon after -wise counsel not alone be- cause of the present situation in but because of conditions which might develop in spite of the efforts of the provisional government to prevent any harm coming to Stress Laid on It was recalled that President in his message to Congress laid special emphasis on the suggestion that actual situation of the ties at Mexico City will presently be re- and that situation must be given a little more time to work Itself out in the new That the administration is to give the situation plenty of time to Work itself out is demonstrated by the present attitude of the President and his and Is regarded as one of the tions for Special Envoy Lind in Vera Cruz Under no it was would Mr. Lind leave ico at this Not only would his de- parture be an indication that this ment had abandoned hope In the but it is thought it would have a depressing effect upon Americans who chose to remain in the Finances May Be The provisional Mexican it has pointed is encountering financial and there have been intimations that there might be a in the government personnel which would lead to an election for the Mexican under constitutional Washington officials for some unexplained reason seem to think that Senor boa's second note gave assurance that Huerta would not be a candidate for tion under any With Huerta removed from the it has been this ment could make concessions with strict adherence to the fundamental grounds of the original proposals to the de facto Mexican But until some such the administration has ground for the belief that there is ger to Americans remaining in Mexico because of the straits in which the visional government finds A dis- contented It has been become uncontrolable Secretary before he left ington for the did not discuss the protest which came from Mexico City against President Wilson's advice to Americans to leave the U. S. CITIZENS HELD THAW IN HIS TRAP Jerome Gets Writ Forcing the Fugitive Into Court WITH AID OF POLICE CHIEF Prisoner's Taken by Are Visibly Hearing Will Come Up gration Authorities Return to brooke Ready to ently Busily Writes Inter- views With Tells Judge He Fears Suit for False Gen. Bravo Refuses to Let Any Leave Besieged SIX AMERICANS EXECUTED Refugees Reach New Orleans in a less Messages to State Department Regarding Their Plight Says Woman Tells of Robbery by Eagle Aug. by rebels and defended by Coahuila holds a. number of Americans who have been re- fused permission to leave the besieged according to three American who arrived here The Frank and Milton Chissum and Andrew escaped after Gen. federal had said no American could quit the place They cured mules and made the journey of 600 miles to the rebel quarters opposite Eagle Pass Burn the Dead Each The men said the federals In Torreon burn the dead each and that there has been much sickness in the Scarcity of food is causing much ing among the Incident to the investment of the the refugees six bers of the constitutionalist re- cently captured and summarily Losses in recent they are not nearly so heavy as totaling not moi e than 300 or 400 on each The Huerta forces have 30 cannon and 40 machine The constitutionalists are poorly equipped in this Refugees Seek Aid in New Aug having lost everything they owned and glad to escape with their 23 American refugees from Mexico arrived here late today on the steamer City of Tampico from Vera Cruz Many of the cans came from the interior and had nothing but the clothes they wore They said the American government arranged ioi their passage and they expected to oe taken care of here for a time with State Department This was not forthcoming and tonight at least eight of the including one waited on the dock until John I president of a local trust com- who has charge of the Red Cross funds In New took charge of them Some time ago Mr. Gannon was In- he to take care of any American refugees from but not to take such action until specifically He understood he was acting as agent for the State Department and that the Red Cross was to attend to placing State Department funds appropriated for this State Department Mr. Gannon says he notified the State Department of the expected arrival of the and twice wired but late tonight nothing been re- from Without nite Mr. Gannon would take no action In the name of the Red Fourteen of the party came from the capital of which has been in the hands of rebels some Mrs Mau A Braekett told of repeated visits of rebels to her and how with drawn pistols and sabers they robbed her of almost everything in her the overland trip from Durango with her Frank S. of the party was but allowed to proceed with their wagon and but ing else Braekett was a Ordered to Be Frank also a said he re- was held up by rebels told he was to be shot His captors tied him to a but before the to fire Was given the commander had him untied rebels left him but took his of the Englishman in a Durango mining seems to show that the Mexicans dislike all not said Frank S Braekett he would not open a the combination of which he did not Palmet was Main Tt Is not a case of It s money and supplies want Minister to New York Aug SO G man to Greece re- tui ned heie on a visit fiom Trieste tot preset uns 809 7th st. Aug. K. though weapon in the New York the writ of habeas was turned against him today by his old William Travers as a means of forcing Thaw into court here next Tuesday in order that the immigration authorities may deport him to Vermont in what Jerome hopes will be the first leg of the trip to satisfied with his Jerome left here for Quebec to spend He was accompanied by Franklin deputy general of New John the rural chief of police at proud captor after he had crossed the Canadian was the fulcrum used Jerome and his Canadian lawyers in obtaining the The chief was persuaded that detention In the Sherbrooke on a defective might result In damage suit for false so he Superior Judge Matthew inson to have the prisoner produced In Judge Finally Judge at first loath to dis- turb the status of the Thaw having been remanded to Jail for an term by a brother Arthur finally consented to hear ments on the writ at 10 a. when lawyers will have an te oppose it. If the writ is Thaw will turned over to the immigration officers at wiH be taken to Coaticook for hearing and doubtless thrust across the Vermont there to be seized py deputy acting for New York on the warrant charging him with conspiring with Howard the and others to Jerome's coup was made possible by the sudden return here of Judge who had been in Maine on his By the merest chance Samuel chief counsel for the New York in- was apprised of his and made a dash back to Sherbrooke after leaping from a train bound for Immigration Authorities The immigration also bound returned on the next and waited about the courthouse today in the hope that the hearing on the habeas corpus writ would be held at lawyers were taken completely by Only two of D White and Harry were in There was talk of bringing 'the chief J. N of here by special but he was cruising on his yacht in the St. rence and could not be reached until He will be here tomorrow The second in W. K. arrived from Montreal this afternoon after the writ had been do not think this move will stand in said McKeown York is using John Boudeau a3 a It is an abuse of the writ of habeas A writ of habeas corpus is written ably in a prisoner's In this case it has been used to deliver him into the hands of his It is a mere sub- Not Criticising do not criticise our opponents for taking this action in our for we doubtless should have taken like tage should we have had the there was a sort of mutual understanding that nothing was to be done in the case until Wednesday when Roger Thompson's trial is to go Mr. Jerome smiled grimly at his The Thaw lawyers had thought the next move would be made through Alexis the Coaticook Judge who committed Thaw It had been said that New York was bringing pressure to bear on Dupuis to withdraw the com- With the attention of the Thaw lawyers riveted on some one quietly visited Boudeau and got him to sign the petition It was presented to Judge Hutchinson in chambers by Samuel acting for New Stripped of its legal age it reviews the details of ar- rest at Coaticook on August 19, and maintains that he is held on a faulty Fears Damage It also sets forth the desire of the to redress any wrong done Thaw Arid to avoid further liability for and concludes as your petitioner that a. writ of habeas corpus addressed to the said J. H La who illegally detains the said Harry K. Thaw in the common jail for said ordering mm to forthwith bring and produce be- foie a judge of the superior court for the said the of the said Harry K and show cause why the said Harry K Thaw should so be and that unless proper and legal cause of be that the said writ of habeas corpus be and said Harry K. Thaw set at libei and joui petitioner will ever Thaw Interviews It Thaw felt trepidation the move of the who arc to set to he did not show it. He was sitting In his cell in his sleeves with dishes of half-eaten food scattered busily plying his Thaw produced an- other of his famous written according to his as he both answers and The fugitive went after Mr. Jerome writing in a spirit of Here is part of you read Mr. Jerome's ment that the New York attorneys have the Impression that the heads of the eral will regard the tion in court here as and as a reflection upon the dignity of the Brit- ish people like from the United cannot influence Mr. you nor keep him from expressing his personal It is pretty hard for New York State to be represented in court by the lawyer who stood up for the benevolent protective isn't Doubts Jerome's Good Jerome is also quoted as of New York realized the humiliating scene in Jerome is a bright but he hasn't got possibly much good The nervous troubles which afflicted him in his Mr. Shearn announced before Justice may have caused the peculiar infirmity of judgment with which he is In and out of The learned counsel for the chicken trust Is as what do you think of I wouldn't like to express an It would not be becoming for a AH I have to say that they Were Of patriotism tor their own that they love fair play for strangers within their was thinking of the when he wrote you can talk about ner party where the toastmaster got the alleged telegram from you asking him to call upon Jerome to repeat his speech of January 30, 1908. Says Banqueters they tell me every one You the Canadian pers published long extracts from the court record to show how Mr. Jerome de- clared to the jury sure as you sit there and I stand here there were such places in Twenty-second and Twenty-fourth and that they were maintained by a lot of some of whom are living To understand all this it must be re- called that was a guest at a ner of the Sherbrooke Board of Trade shortly after he arrived and made a. Jerome say that no decent man would apeak one word in its and that evjen though Stanford White is it did not become him or jiny one else to say one word in his were his exact words I heard him use to the jury hear how Mr. Jerome be- haved at the Sherbrooke Board of Trade dinner asked to repeat his own tell me he got redder and and almost from Then Second Wife Called Him x So He Seeks St. Aug. F. Garlock filed suit for divorce here In which he charged that his second wife Inveigled him into a spiritualistic where she called up of his first who advised him to transfer his property to his second He refused to transfer the he and then his wife called him don't much of Jerome 1 he is living to domineer even over the Canadian immigration of- and they resent it. I am ex- some visitors and I have assured them that I will be right Are Getting New Aug. as have the leaders of the Gopher band in this city withheld information from the lice concerning the whereabouts of the four men who aided Harry Thaw to make his escape from State Hospital bits of information continue to seep through the lines they have drawn about their which would indicate that some one is supplying the fugitives with order to keep them away such time as Thaw shall have re- from the Canadian authorities a definite decision on legal status in the Detectives assigned to run down and Thomas Flood declared that their belief in a story which has been going the rounds that on day last Butler and aided by other leaders of the Gopher came to this city In an automobile and placed 000, which is alleged to have been paid the in a safe deposit box In a bank on the lower Bast Visited Comrades in The following Up this found that at least three of the com- panions of Roger the feur now in jail in for his part in the rescue of ped in on companions in several loons along Ninth and Tenth after they had deposited their money in the and declared they were to until the Thaw matter had died One man said that brazenly called at his home at the southeast corner of Forty-first street and Tenth and packed a The fact that half a dozen detectives were watching his home at the time did not have any terrors for the man as he made his way to his apartments by way of a rear fire and left the same Residents of Hell's recalled last night that on Tuesday night last there was an unusual number of automobiles running up and down Tenth avenue about 10 the time Is alleged to have been in his Played Trick on It is now believed that the presence of so many automobiles In Hell's Kitchen on that particular night is due to a scheme evolved by friends of Flood to engage the attention of the detectives assigned to watch his house while he en- tered his Neither Duffy nor who are said to be the ringleaders In the plot which resulted in the escape of is de- CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE Notice to Home Hunters TODAY'S Post carries the announcements of the leading real tate in If you want to rent or buy a home it should prove of great interest to Pick the houses or ments that most interest you from these pages and pay them a visit of Monday being a you two full days to devote to home hunting ESCAPES WITH Alleged Jumps From 4 Window Into Waiting Minn Aug. an alleged con- fined in the criminal ward of the City pital here because of a broken caped early today by jumping from his window and into an which had just driven and which rushed him away to Callender's injury was received in a previous to EXPLOSION KILLS 3. Reported Believed Dead in Cotton Oil Mill Aug. men were instantly killed and a fourth is missing as the result of a boiler explosion in the Itasca Cotton Oil Mill The O. B. JAMES H. B. Ellas is thought to be dead in the ruins of the The cause of the explosion Is BUSY FOR ROYAL BRIDE Irish Girls at Work on Duchess of Fife's GROOM TO TAKE CANADA POST Rumor That Prince Arthur of Connaught Will Succeed Father is Wedding to Be Semistate Gorgeous Gifts From European Rulers Are Already Special Cable to The Washington Aug. for wedding of Prince Arthur of Connaught and the Duchess of Fife on October 15 are already In fall and hundreds of young Irish girls are busy working on the bride's for the duchess insists as as possible everything must be made ito Great According to wedding presents are given long before the and costly gifts are arriving from all parts of the The king's sonal gift to the groom will be a motor while gorgeous jewels halve been received from Queen the the and several other European monarch s related to the English royal Immediately after the wedding the young couple will make temporary home at near but they will spend considerable time later on at Mar It appears that the rumor mentioned once that Prince Arthur will re- lieve his father as governor general is and in this case the Duke and Duchess of as it is understood Prince Arthur and the Duchess of Fife will be styled after their will not be very much in this country for some years to Double Title It is suggested that Prince Arthur is to be made Duke of that he and the Duchess of Fife may be styled Duke and Duchess of Kent and but this is un- as there is no precedent in land a husband taking his wife's as sometimes happens and the dukedom of not A careful calculation shows that It will not be possible to accommodate more than 300 persons In the chapel In- 260 is regarded as the most con- venient number for which to make This means that it will not be possible for any large number of the general circle at court to be It is estimated that there will be at least 50 members of the royal family and representatives of foreign courts at the and many Ojf these will be attended by at least two The wedding will be a semistate the Invitations being sent out by the lord chamberlain's office in the name of the princess It is expected that the German the German crown prince and the King and Queen of the crown prince and princess of the King and Queen of of all the English royal ily will be while the wedding breakfast it is be given in St. where that of the king and queen was Covered Way for A specially covered way is to be vided between the Chapel Royal and St. palace and Marlborough Along this Queen the Empress Marie of the and Queen of and the Princess Victoria will pass direct to their seats in the so that those outside will not see thing of A similar way is to foe provided from Clarence House for the special convenience of the Duchess of As the royal procession proceeds from the chapel to the banqueting hall of St. the wedding last Is to be privileged spectators will be permitted to assemble on either Hide in order to make their bows to their majesties and the bride and bridegroom H B they pass Wedding Gifts on Something like 600 guests will be ent at the and they will be able to view the large collection of wedding presents which will be dis- played in the state apartments adjoining the banqueting The of Fife will change her costume within the pre- of the and will pass once moi e through the banqueting hall In her traveling dress in order to take farewell of those to whom she is known Many rehearsals of the wedding will be necessary in order to assure that thing will work and it is ex- that the first will take place toward fhe end of Arthur is to be married in the uniform of the Scots and a de- of his regiment will on and possibly line the aisle and the unless of bid Tt Is likely also that the Duff 1-mders will be Maj. Langhorne in AUK T. horne of the United States attache to tne embassy 111 arrived heie today E IN CONGRESS Federation Demands Delegate for VOTE TAKEN IS UNANIMOUS tin off ft t that Representative Johnson is i from Kentucky and can carp of The One Disquieting The only disturbing event of the was unavoidably brought on it by the colored elevator who could not be loused fi om sleep when the meeting adjourned He had abandoned the and pillowed his head on the first step of the stairs It took two men to get him on his feet and into the patrol wagon It was intimated that he had been transgressing the new excise Motion to Require Residence Limit Defeated After Lively Presumptious to Petition for Recognition and Impose Its Opponents Clayton Criticises System of Street Extension and Intimates That Is Being Used in Favor of Certain Right of representation in Congress by a delegate for the District of Columbia was demanded by the Federation of which met last ing at Chamber of D. A. president of the pre- of the made the original An amendment was offered by E. of Branch that the petition to Congress for representation should stipulate a provision that the delegate selected must have been a- resident and citizen of the District for nve consecutive The proposed amendment precipitated discussion that was terminated only by a vote to divide the On a separate vote the nal motion for a delegate was and the amendment was lost by a margin of one A tee will appointed to take the up with Debate Wide Considerable argument made in favor of the Replying to assertions that it was too presumptions to petition to Congress for the right of representation and then stipulate the qualifications of the Mr. son declared that requirements of a lar nature were imposed In all and that the citizens of the District have a right to make such a In this contention be was supported by J. of Central of said that if the has a delegate at all It is essential that he should be an actual and not a citizen and voter in some He said that what is wanted Is man who is identified in every way with the life and interests of the and who would be undivided in his Mr. Neale said he considered a five-year dence at the least a necessary v Opposed to Any W. H. of the wag one of those opposed to ing any He said he be- the District would be granted the right but expressed the opinion that the request might be more favorably received If specifications of that nature were Following the vote he was taken to task by Mr. who pointed out that as a representative of his he had placed himself on record as against Mr. ardson replied that he had been and that lie had assumed that when the was framed in Congress provision be made that the gate should be a bona fide resident of the Discussing the system of the ture of appropriations for street sion and suburban Mr. ton made a spirited attack on what he characterized as the operations of a He declared that if an appropriation for the District was made every in- stead of every it would be several years before the Capital caught up in improvements and would be what it should Instances Alleged He said the system of street extension and suburban development is utterly As an instance illustrating his he said that some time ago recommendations were made for certain improvements inth red suburban to the surprise of all inter- when recommendations were acted the division that was least in the way of recommendation was the one that received the most he de- showed what a can Mr. Clayton was insistent In his tion that some change should be made In this particular He said that the people are paying for improvements that are even and if begun are never The question of having the federated associations go on record as favoring the handling of the District's funds by the District commissioners instead of by Con- giess but was not acted upon The meeting also questioned the advisability of having the associations express themselves as to the tion of District affairs by the District House committee It was pointed out that various phases of the investigation had been given wide and that as a result an impression detrimental to the of the city had been spread broadcast Says Investigations Do Mr Neale favored the investigation He said that certain of interest were being and that things equally or even might be forthcoming He mentioned the ment Representative Ben chairman of the committee on District that he had been and asked whi complaint had not bem made to Superintendent of Police Sylvester He declared that out of to Maj ester and to the policeman who Is faald to have been cognizant of the alleged it ivas the of ative Johnson to do something in the mattei HP asked why it was that he had not appealed to the office of thr dis- Mr. Clayton Interjected an to CANADIAN TROOPS IS S. Duke of Cornwall's Rifles Guests of New Haven Foot New Conn Aug. a regiment marched tin ough the streets of New Haven They made up the Forty-third Canadian known as the Duke of wall's Own of The command is visiting here for three days as guest of the Governor's guards of this The union jack was floating beside the Stars and Stripes on many a building and thousands of sons were at the railroad station to greet the troop train as it pulled in from the Canadian capital King George Is honorary colonel of tha RULES FROM HIS CELL Sanford Orders Holy to Make Long HAS VISION IN ATLANTA Head of Shiloh Now Serving Term for Directs lowers to Tour West Indies to Convert Has Attempted to Usurp His Aug. the Holy Ghost yacht Barracouta lies down in the harbor and the yacht being outfitted near de- vout followers of Frank W. Sanford are holding daily prayer ings in a avenue for a proselyting tour to the West Indies and The tour is undertaken upon the di- rection of Sanford Is serving time in Atlanta prison for Sanford had a vision ing him to preach to the heathen in the West Indies and He com- these orders to his and they are planning briskly for the The death of a the which Was at first attributed to has ed a controversy over the Holy Ghost and Us An attempt is under way to drive the colony out of the little Maine town where the Holy have their M. A. of a former Is one of those who is fighting for the end of the Calls Shiloh is a plague he and women and all but the are being actually starved to They become weak and en- easy prey to a hundred children have died since thp colony was from hundred persons are living there and there isn't enough food to go They spend their praying for The Holy have not wavered in fidelity to although he Is serving time for They trace an analogy between his fate and that of the and they are con- awaiting his return to them from Nobody has tried to usurp his The orders come from a prison and they are obeyed as implicitly as though the prophet were still ruling in his ple The Rev. Mr. Tupper met a newspaper correspondent and denied that any dren were starved Denies Children Are is not said Mr. children were not They fare as well as any children health officers say that some of them are rather flabby from a vegetable are not replied Mr. rather eat ever food the Lord provides Our dren eat meat as well as they have milk and eggs and all that they need is charged that you only have six cows to provide milk for 100 have six or but we do not rely upon them We buy milk every You can look at the children who are Do they seem to you ill Prim little boys and girls Were moving about like chickens in a Is the ordinary it is that of all farmers days we have one some days an- We believe in variety of foods many people are there Is your about 500 that more or less than belonged when Mr Sanford was the same how do you people work We believe in but not for We believe in a com- munity of interests and all work for the common good have many hundreds of acres of land under cultivation Most of our men till the soil We have trades here in the big house Make Hats for Village He conducted the visitor about and showed him a millinery A dozen women were employed In ing hats The hats were not in but not unlike the display in the window of any village and the reporter was that many hats made in Shiloh are worn by the country folk in the vicinity of bon and Lewiston with profitable re- sults for the Shiloh's treasury There was also a shoemaker's shop which employed a dozen a where the Holy Ghost paper is published dressmaking and similar establishments How does your community get its revenue since the work you do pi ov ides for the community Mr was asked Is a simple faith We believe that the d will take care of us We know that he will provide what wr need Hal U more Baltimore anil Saturday and to re- turn until 8 00 a m Hani Monday All both including Koyal FISHER HELD IN JAIL State's Attorney Will Fight Effort to Free FIND SEVEN STAB WOUNDS Autopsy Moves Maryland Prosecutor to Oppose It Is Slayer of Altdorfer Retains Counsel When Coroner Fails to Hold Inquest and Release and Foster Daughter of Dead Man in Scene of Midnight Tragedy Is Contrary to his William J. the slayer of William L. who was stabbed to death In the course of a midnight struggle hi his home on Elm Chevy Md was still confined In a cell of the Rockville jail last without probability of release or prospect of a hearing before the necessity of a jury having been eliminated by Fisher's frank admissions of the the body of Altdorfer was removed from the scene of the tragedy yesterday afternoon to an undertaking establishment in this city for preparation for Scene of Tragedy little white bungalow in both men had lived for several years aa friends was deserted Its shades were drawn as though to shut in the of the Mrs hairing recently established an abode in had only returned to her Chevy Chase home when advised of her and Miss Lillian protect whom Fisher alleges he accosted her foster left be- fore the funeral wagon made its call Re- ports as to some of the neighbors said they had coma together to this while others eaid that they had joined friends in land Expected Prompt Karly in day the of the county had his confidence of release immediately upon the holding of the inquest procedure which thought would be had shown no disposition to legal was prevailed upon to consult an and Thomas of was brought into the case Mr. Dawson went to Chevy and the report be- came current that an effort would be made to have Fisher released at once on To these State Attorney W Outerbridge Spates Is de- termined to raise every legal objection possible While he is reticent in his discussions of the remarking that he does not wish to expose his piano to the defense he said will fight desperately every fort which Fisher's lawyers may make to have him Stabbed Seven In the forenoon yesterday Mr Spates and Sheriff Clifford Howard went to Chevy Chase and ordered an which Dr Conrad The as a result of his that Fisher had plunged the blades of the shears Into Altdorfer's body seven times Three of the Dr Conrad were of such a nature that any one would have proved fatal One of the thrusts drove the long blades beneath the collar bone and ered a This alone would have caused it is said Two other in- cisions were when the thorax was opened extended through the pericardium into the right ventricle of the The scissors with which Fisher did the stabbing had blades more than six inches in and they had penetrated the body of the slain in the case of the heart more than 3 1-2 Be- sides these serious Dr. Con- rad found four superficial flesh on Altdorfer's chest These had been deflected by the ribs and bad not inflicted internal The number and seriousness of the wounds found upon body are thought to be the reason for Mr. determination to combat to strenuously all attempts to liberate Neighbor Put Him to it is was so ed when he returned to his home in the early evening that of his neighbors had to assist Kim into the house and remove his Even after he had been placed upon the it is reported that Altdorfer arose and drank the greater part of the ot a. half-pint flask of It was after this that he appeared in his night clothing in the kitchen and at- according to Miss Reese and to annoy the young That Fisher was attacked Altdorfer has not only been testified to by Miss Reese and but was borne out by the marks upon his throat when Dr. Thomas A Poole and Dr. Conrad went to the The sympathy of the residents of the community in which the Altdorfer home is located lies entirely with That Altdorfer was a man of insane temper when under the influence of intoxicants is generally admitted those who either knew or lived in proximity to It was due to his treatment only recently while on a his neighbors that Mrs fearing was forced to leave his home and establish herself in city Outcries Bring Mibs Reese In her statement to i Spates and Sheriff Howard ON SECOND
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