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WALDO PROBING STOKES LETTER "THEFT"
GIRL RIDES HORSEBACK FROM FRIS(BO TO N. V.
WBATHRn-Oinwrn probable
DITION
PRICE ONE CENT.
GIRL RIDES HORSE
3,000 MILES WITH .
LETTEIR 10 MAYOR
Nan .1. Aspinwi II Cg npletcs
Long Jaunt From 'Frisco
to N'ev York.
LEFT LAST SEPTEMBER.
No Western Chivalry, Sh
Says. Telling of Troubles
l ng the Way.
Nan J. A spin wall, !?i her red hilt,
sombrero and dotty d.v I skirt and
with her trusty q .tit uansl.ng from bar
wrist, cantered on her thoroughbred
nsre across the Cltjf Hall Plata this
afternoon on the latl lap of liar 3,000.
mile cros-rontlne:' : hortebl It ride to
delh ar. In t'ia pretence Of a 1 ig eron I,
a tetter f : om Mayor P. ii. McCarthy ..
Han Frtnleo to Mavor Oaynor.
Mayor Haynnr s'l.scnt. but Pn--ough
1'rrBldent McAneny ami the Ma
yor Secretary. Robert Adamton, ex
tended a hearty welcome to the plucky
equestrienne on behalf of the city, and
told her to make herself entirely at
home and have ihe best kind of a time
until she leaves for Atlantic City to
ha one or the feature.- of t lie lilis'
mnual convention.
Bhe la a Dreggy young person who
talke and dresses In typical, or rather
Ideal Western fashion, and she replied
that ahe aure would accept their In
vitation, and hoped soma day to be
able to return the compliment.
Miss Aspinivall was followed by a
crowd that broke Into a run h
turned Into Ctty Hall Park from Hroad
way and there wan a surge after her
that mado the police think there wa
aome tort of an attack coming
CROWD CHEERS HER AT CITY
HALL.
Phe drew up In front of the steps
and swept lier saddle pommel with Jirr
ivlde-brlmnied hat a the city officials
came out to arect hor and ahe waa
given a cheer the like of which ahe
oald she had not received alnce aha
quit giving exhibit! tn performances of
champion lariat throwing with Buffalo
Bill's Wild WOW show.
Ml Aiplnwall tar;ed from Mtn
j Fran, If o on her pel marc. Lady Ellen,
on Sep! L brlnRlni! the aealed mf.i.;c
from Mayor McCarthy. Bha rode by
Itagai of from twenty.flve to thirty
miles a day. and expected to raai h New
Vork much sooner. But all sorts of
adventures and accidents befell her and
delayed her. She had to iPnd over a
week In a botpltal because her horae
stumbled down a mountain aide, and
ahe had no end of troublt finding piuees
to sleep.
Talk about Western chivalry." ahe
aald. "there's no such thine' At one
little town at the lop of a mountain piss
my grouch grow eo big i had to let oft
ton m s me nay. 10 I rodO through t.'ie
place shooting It UP In Rood old style.
T hadn't been able 10 Kct any sort of
nr immodatlona and the gun.play was
the inly thing thai teemed to wake 'em
up.
NO DECENT PLACE TO SLEEP
FOR A WEEK.
"0r whole week I could find no
fit place to sleep, and had to flop down
In ditches, In railroad atntlons, In stal's
and any place that afforded a shelter.
T0 you wonder that my naturally
Choarful disposition Is ruined and that
my crouch Is as big aa a house? Hut
l aapocl I faw days In Now York and
Atlantic Olty to chanae all that."
The letter Miss Anplnwall brousht to
Mayor Oaynor followa:
My Dear Mayor: Miss Nan J. Aa
plnwall lenvea this city at 12.30 to
day. Mlaa Aaplnwatl will ride to
vpur city on boraobgoki ancl I sln
, iv hopa and truat that she will
reach there In perfect health. I am
qulta well latllflad that ahe will be
glvan tPlandld " option on her ar
rival and in calling on Your Honor,
Mayor of the graatoat city in the
ui Idr-Ni a York.
Mlncaraly yours,
p, ii M'OLARTUT.
Xsnark nirrrllat Killed by Aato.
laadoTO K'ebs, twenty-three years of
age. a (lrua clerk of No. Mi Littleton
avenue. Newark, waa killed to-day at
i llnton avenue and High street, whtle
riding bicycle alonjt Clinton avenue.
Xrobl was In colllalOn with an auto
mobile driven by William McAllister,
nineteen yeara old, of No. Ml Hldge
street. Kiel struck 'he auto head
first and was knocked unconscious. Ha
rtlad at It, Hnrnaba a Hospital McAllla
'. ar was arrested aud will be charged
with homicide.
to-night or Wanda?.
Cepjrlsht, mil, br
c. (Till N"
LABOR LEADER WHO
WANT WASHINGTON
JUDGE IMPEACHED.
A(UL GOKI'ia.f
JUSTICE yRIGHT
Tells Senators Man Who
Passed Sentence on Him and
Others Should Be Unseated.
WABHprOTON, July . Impeach
ment of Justice Itanlel T. Wright of
the Supreme Court of the DlatliOt of
Columbia waa suTe-ested to-day to the
Senate "Third Decree" Investigation
ommittee ay aamual Oompara. I iei
dent of the Americati Federation of
Labor. Mr, Oompers's complaint was
against Justice Wright's course In the
Bui ks Stove and Kanre Company con
tempt prOCOOdlnga against tlte Federa
tion officials.
Mr. C.ompers told the committee that
he knew the Senate could not begin Im
peachment proceedings and that he did
not mean that the committee was to
take the Initiative.
"I do know that If we had the recall
In the District of Columbia." added Mr,
I'l.impers, "that Justice Wright would
have been recalled before this."
"I do not think the recall Is as gold
as impeachment generally," suggested
Senator Borah.
The impeachment suggestion came at
the close of a review of the contempt
proceedings waged In the local courts
by the Buck Company against Presi
dent t.ompers, Vice-President John
Mitchell and Se retarv Prank Morrison
of the Federation of Labor.
"The sentences Imposed by JUItlCO
Wright In that proceeding are unparal
lelled In the history of the Jur spr i
donca of this country," declare.1 Mr.
Gompers "There Is no other case on
record where there was an Imposition
of more than six months' imprisonment
upon any one found guilty of contempt
of court."
Mr. Qompan tdtd of the Institution of
new procaadlnga by Justice Wright, and
lidded that as an alternative to onswe. -Ing
the shargaa an opportunity had been
given the defendants to apologize.
"Justice Wright will he much older
before I apologize," declared Oompers.
"I am ngt conscious of having violated
any law or having harmed any man."
A protest was made ajralnst the bur
den on the FodaratiM of having to de
fend suits for alleged contempt, viola
tion of the inarm an Anti-Trust law
and other criminal charges. Mr. Oom
pers said It seemed to be part of olan
to itusIi the Federation.
He askisl the committee to have a law
passed to put a Mop to kidnapping of
laboring men and their "removal to other
States for trial.
Mr. Oompers complained against tho
manner of arrests of John J Mc
Namara at Indianapolis, arid J I! Mo
Namar i ; ' Detroit He said the Indl
anapolls nrrest was apparently
"Waged.'' one newspaper "having the
story of the hi rest set up" and the !!
tlon held cp "until the arrests rould be
pulled off."
He claimed McNamara was taken he
fore a court which, Instead of Insult
ing whether he wae a fugitive from l.ts
tteo. merely Investigated the para 4 ial
Identity of the prisoner. The witness
s i'd McNamara was dented COUIMO! and
removed to California over o many
railroad' that he co iid not be released
on habeas rorpui proceedings.
I,. i la nli- Balgyed (taaranttne.
The French Lin" steamer La Savme,
ahlch came in to-oay from Havre, was
held up at Quarantine for observation.
Bhe wae rsltased after a short time and
proceeded to bar dock.
f ' .... .
CONFERS URGES
IMPEACHMENT OF
"Circulation Books Open to All.'
The Prraa r.ihllshlag
Vara W'srld).
READY TO STAR!
ON FIRST FLIGHT
.ei Stevens and Three Passen
gers Beside Balloon on Roof
in Wanamaker Store.
BAG FILLED WITH GAS.
Balloonist Feared the Morning
Breeze Would ( arry Him
( hi: to Sea.
W . , ; if ntXttng of the w.nd In a
faiora.d d'ra 'lor., a tlvo preparations
were begun on the rao. of the V.ui
maker - e, at lljhtn street and
lb i.w.i . for a balloon f1i''.c th e
afternoon to :'u- roof (( the Wan i-
maker Bt.ire in the city of Brotnorly
iii p, i.e. Btevana iba pilot, sec nod
cure ho art al.l he aMi 10 .-tar..
Btevem propoaed to take three
p issenqers A'. I'. Qoi i. a ineinoer of
the Aero Club o.' Amer a; II, F. IJlrl,
chief decoaator of tlta VVanamakor
to:e, and Pierre Van WalVOO. oAoIal
photographer. nho Intended to toko pic-
tnios en route. The Olntl early to-day
uas south Of west, .1 1. . would ca.ry
the aeronauts to sea. Mi. Stevens said
ho aOUd not atari unless the wind
s. lifted to north of west and toward
noon tola seamed to oe the prospect.
The balloon Is the '.Y.inamaker No. 1.
It was bought in Paris by Rodman
Wanamaker .md ha never ascended
before. It is a huge bag, made of
mixed cotton aud linen and has a ca
pacity of 61. euble feet of gas and,
fully Inflated, Mr. Slovene says, could
stay aloft a month, barring accident.
It Is T feet In diameter and has a
lifting power of 1.100 pounds.
THIS BALLOON LIKE ONE THAT
MADE RECORD TRIP.
The balloon Is of exactly the same
dlmenalona as that used by Count I)e
La Vaux In his world record flight from
Paris to Rueela five years ago 1,111
miles. The American record la 1,119
miles, by Hewtoy and Post In the flight
when they were lost for several days
in the Canadian wilds.
The balloon was anchored to-day by
sand bags on the northwest corner of
the new store's roof, fifteen flights up,
The process of Inflating It hag been
going on for three days. It required the
use of ten tons of Iron borlnjs end
twelve tons of FUlphurlc aid. the gas
being the result of the action of the
acid, diluted with water, on the Iron.
"We Khali start iu as eoon ns the
wind veers to the right direction," sal; ,
M .Stevens Just before noon. "Its ve'
o?lty Is now about thlrty-llvc miles ai
hour. If that holds we could make the
trip In three hours easily The present
wind would take us out to sea, and
when I go to sea It will be In a boat
We hope for a shift In the wind."
Of the passengers, Mr. Oosh la th"
only one who has made an ascension
Mr. Oosh Is a close friend of Hodman
Wanamaker, the latter being also a
prominent member of the Aero Club.
A wireless message will be sent to Mr.
Wanamaker from the roof of the storo
the Instant the start Is made.
FIRST STEP TOWARD MAKING A
REGULAR AIR LINE.
This .s the first step toward making
the roofs of the Wanamaker buildings
In New York and Philadelphia perma
nent aerial stations Lundlng platforms
and hangars for balloons and aeroplanes
are to be built on the roofa of the de
partment store In both cities, and i'
Is expected that In due course of time
there v. ill be continual flights from one
to another.
DAVENPORT, NOTED AS
SPIRITUALIST. IS DEAD.
Was One of Famous Brothers
Who Made Fortune ( jiving "Man
ifestations" All Over World,
ira Rraotus Davenport, tie plrltu-
a 1st. Who, with his brother, toured this
intrv and Kurope manv years ago,
giving "manifestations' grill a at the
time created a sensation, died at ..is
imme to-day in Maysvllte. Chautauqua
County. M. V. News of his death
received bore :n a brief despatch.
DiYenport was eeVOIItytWO years of
age. 'i he funeral win be hold on Mon
day afternoon. Davenport leave a
widow 't'.d three chill) t CP,
Dgvonport'i tjrotbgr a i MTiliiam
Henry Harrison Dadnouorl. and too
two brotbtn mads a tontine ni stt,ooi
touring tie world ''' ., public 'mat.'
fosiatloii ." (n lilvorpso u mob otfaiai!
them out Of town, an.. OdttO 'n Jr'arli .
jealo'ia magic. an iegtroed tliotr "
net." Mseaeitatioj a postp nment of ic
sesne.
WUllam Dgognpori died in iydrey,
Australia, in July. ana Ira n
from pub..c. ret.jrr.lng to Maryevlile.
f, T. He waa bora In Now Tor suit
TO PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1911.
Girl Who Rode Horseback to New York
From Frisco, Greeted by President McAneny
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OEAO HORSE, HITS
Chauffeur Rushes Victim tn
Hospital, but Too I. ate to
Save His Lite.
An unidentified man "as kno.ked
down at Seventh avenue and Tiventy
flfth street by a tsUtsOJsb early to-day
and died an hour later in New Yorh
Hospital while Dr. Wilkinson n;n exam
inlng his injuries.
Tiie tasloab, with two pasaengerOi a
man and a woman, was running down
the west side of the avenue rapid! . on
the way to the T m uty-t ilr 1 street
ferries. The driver. 'KM aid M. Foley
of No. 317 West l-'orty-llf !h a.rect. saw
a dead horse sprawled out In the street
In front "f him and swerved suddenly.
llecause of bin sudden Changs "f
tlon he struck t ie man. who was
Ilrec-ross-
ytg the gvan la,
l'oley slop. '..si his car with a Jerk and
lumped out. Aided by Arthur Yutea
of No, 417 West Tblrty-flrat street, a
l.yslander. he drew the victim of the
accident out from bOlWOOn I 'O wheels
of the tasloab. The man and woman got
out of the cajb With their bans and hur
ried away.
Foley paid no attention to them, but
lifted the Injured man, Who was un
COnootOUOi Into the can and asked Yates
to get In ami hold lllm and then niale
all speed for the New York Hospital
After turning toe man over to Dr.
Wilkinson, Foley waited to hear how
badly he waa hurt.
The man died during the esam. nation.
His skull was fractured and several of
Ms ribs were broken. Policeman Van.
kopf. who Board of the a. I bm afler
Foley had left for the hospital, follOWOd
and found the ObauffOUf In the recep
tion room and put him under arrest.
The dead man was apparently thirty.
five years old. He was of medium
height, stout, dark complex lonid, dean
shaven and (II dressed in a pg j.
suit of i heap material. Yates -aid tu.i.
he had seen tin- man before and thought
he was a waiter in a Seventh annuo
restaurant.
g- I
Men tsrk in Droerojod.
gpseial ras E.ei.n notM,
MIDDUBTOWNi K, V, July J'
While fishing from a boat In the Wall-
r r it irnsoie v v -ci
I sh ...
Hu.iivan or No. .; 'herry street. Ne
York, was StrlOken with epilepsy and
fell Into th
atr-
. compan.oii v, o
aw BtllUvgO'g
up. and on In
. an drowned q
oi ly SrgS la. en
Sullivan was
r.'us fishing bslow
bat fl .sing down
I veat'.gat :ng found
two feet wait
to New Vork i
spending his son
rsseeii '
wsska at the home of James Buraa.
.'at ion of two
MAN AND KILLS HIM FIRE (N SUBWAY I ELEVATOR DROPS
GIVES A SCARE TO
Women and ChiLlrc;: Run
Through Cars as Flames Fol
low Motor Box Explosion.
More thin one hundred women and
children or. their way to Van Cortlojidt
Park for a day's OOtlAg were thrown
Into a panic to-day when s sertag of
explosions occurred in the motor 'iix
of the last car of a BroadWa) train lust
as It got midway bet.net. the West 'in..
Hundred and Blghty-flrS! and West Ono
Hundred and Nlnety-llrst si eet ,:., n : ,
Tiie explosions nere a. lompsnied by
flashes of i, ,un flame, whl h lighted up
tho subaaj tube, an.l were followed by
a burst of II lines from the motor box,
ahlch quickly spread to the rest of the
ear.
TbO entire train was soon plunged Into
darkness. The paeaengors were held
prisoners in the cars while the Kuard.-,
fought the Hie for nearly twenty
minutes.
The trouble hettan at the West Ono
Hundred and Fifty-seventh street sta
tion, alien smoke began (0 trickle out
of the motor-box. The u tardt permitted
the train to pull am of the West One
Hundred and Rlxty-olahth street and
j West One Hundred gnd Ihghty-llrs:
j street stations. Hy this time the smoke
, ha.l IsfOOmS so dense tbut the women
'and children started forward. The lira:
'of them had barely reai'hpd Iho plat
form of the car hefoie tun explosions
1 began. They s reamed with fright and
started to i in through th. '. i-.-ar Iran
' utit.l they had all Crowded into the for
ward car, Miiere they iiudjl .1 near thu
I door.
' uy ibis time ti.. guards tltt,i groused
tnsniSSIVSS. alio wuus sewial parifted
tns Irlghtenod paaaenfera .an back
'he One Hundred anu K.ghty-tirst
street Station and telephoned to have
'fh'1J' ', !' ,W Ll";
IW"d ''' '' ll'e-nghtlng apparatus
insi il.e.l a: tne station.
, .. ism caused a delay or trafle
above NInsty-slXlh street, listing for
nearly twenty nnnutgs. For in
jtes until tne lire 'vaa put out
was m utter da' .mess.
IVa mln
t ie tube
The H'erlrt lrsel llurean
..IJ llu.i.bas. SHU l-ut Uo. N. I.
Slid IIUOIsMtwjl In lli.U.u Hi.ee ..l
. .(sau..; tflL I. H4. g. .. i pscJ cba.s-
Ib.t
qis sesa i.. s
ti...:..r. sbscki sad
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I., aud u.sSt. lu..b stausa.
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100 PASSENGERS
"Circulation Books Open to
10
MaxL-rgT As prtL.Ara.il
! TWELVE STORIES;
Repairman in Maiden l.ane
i ti,, ,-t,.e.. nn,4 ii;. t:,;., 1
.'nil. mi i ,iii,i l l l.i lltruu
Badly Shaken by Fall.
Two men were hurt this afternoon
N hen an elevator in tiie Albert l.ors 1
n-.ilMlng. at No. 7S-71 Maiden jtnr, fell
twelve ItorleS to the basement Fuer-
nest Nenman of Mo 1W7 Avon US ,
I went up In the .elevator to rlein the
mac. line v after the other employees
vent houie He look with him his
ll en. I, Fa I .1 ll'l.upia, lately a rooldonl
of Spain.
Afl.r romptOtlnej his work on the
twelfth floor NeamaO started to uii tie
elevator to the thirteenth or. When the
governing machinery broke and the ale.
ratOI went shooting don to tiie bane-
moni nr gavags was called from the
Volunteer Hos,ltal to attend the men
in Havage found ''"t Negrrian had
three 'ribs brok' u. .l.slocstlon of th
right hip and mativ DOUtUSlonS and
'hrut.es. O'l.upls bad three Angers fra
tare. I. The latier moroly laughed when
i i'ie doctor wanted to send htm to a ward
tn the hospital.
I Tiie drop to the bagemeiM was fast
ii.nl thrilling. When the ear strip k the
j t, ittotn of tiie ghnft it rebounded unite a
distance, thruwlna- the two Inmates
. a .. " 'a- in'ilirels might be tossed In
i Upset caa Neamaa is in a serious
i .million at the lospttgl lie is a Her
-ran 10 .ois aeon .i O'ts country for
twentyejevon years, tie u employed
b:
tiie nwnir of
bull ling.
L0RIDAN SOARS 10.761 FEET
FOR AVIATION RECORD. ,
Moi'n.MF.LON'. rria'ce, ruly s
Aeroplanlst I.orldan to-. .ay reached an I
! altitude of 10.7i.ll feet The time of
SSUOnl was Kl minutes. This ma, k is
. i lalmed as a recoi J
la Kiiie.i in Hagiagiaa,
UI4NA. lloun.aii a. July 1. -As sn
: siten.pt was being runic to relloet the
stranded river steamer ijueensborough
to-da the bo. lor exploded. killing
twelve psrsons tnd wounding four
I ethers.
TWO MEN INJURED
All."
PAGES
F I C
SHOOTING SHOW GIRLS
ESCAPE JAIL BECAUSE
WITNESS IS MISSING
Police Investigate How Stokes's
Private Detective Got His Let
ters While Headquarters
Officers Were on Watch.
WERE LOCKED IN TRUNK,
SAYS LILLIAN GRAHAM.
Ethel Conrad and Mrs. Singleton
Promise Sensational Developments
in Show Girls' Defense.
Jirft as the jomewliat dismal prospect of having; to pass the week
end in the Tombs confronted Lillian Ciraham and Ethel Conrad, the twe
show girls who are held for shooting W. E. D. Stokes, their counsel ob
tained an adjournment of the hearing to-day until Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock. The possibility of goirj; to prison was imminent in view of
the fact tliat the lawyers thought a Judge of the Court of General Ses
sions or a Justice of the Nipreme Court would have to approve a new
bond, and Saturday had found most of the Judg and Justices out ol
town.
SCORES TO-DAY
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT NEW VORK.
CHICAGO
0 2
GIANTS
0 0
latteries Melntyro
quard and Meyers.
and Aicher. Mar-
AT BROOKLYN.
I'irTSBUKG
0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0
UHOOKLYN
I. I 1 I 0M
Hatterles- I.eirteld and Simon
an.i Bergen.
AT PHILADELPHIA
ST. LOUIS -
0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0
PHU.ADBLPMIA
0 U 0 0 0 0 0 2
ihardt
2
Breenehen I
Batteries - Steele and
limns and t'loln
AT BOSTON.
CINCINNATI
(I 0 1 0 I
BOSTON
2 0 10 0!
Battarlea Koofs and If cUean i
Tlgtta and Klin
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
FIllST il Mi:
AT CHICAGO
IIIGIILANIjLKS
OllO
lattCAQO
.010
Batteries Tisbsr
and Sullivan.
0 0 0 0 0
1 1
and
1 0
Blair;
5
Willie
Warm Weather Hints
No a.
When oi'ercoiue by luat, . imtdll
Uty,
sets
scorciiiug wmna inrougn ity .t
or by overwork or eorry.
TAKE A VACATION!
In The Sunday World OUI0ltOW
about 1,000 "Hiiiiuutr Hrsoi t" board
ing bouses and botsls will he luui
Tlaaally stlvsitlssrt a' D - IV r
TTsClIB aa maay as to tho Sunday
again.
Ltt I htm Shou You Whtre to Go
."yfvr rfx. 3?vf. .w'vi
W I: VIIIKH hnrn probable l..-nlabl or nn.lar.
O IT I O M
fc ONE CENT.
The postponement came lust after Po
lice Ootn mission or Waldo had ordsre
Trial rommlsabmer Ulllon to Investlgat'
the coed not of Detectives 8ulllvsn. He
Cormlab and Wal.h In connection with
s
the Stokes case.
The three city detectives may fa
chares for having is-rmltted Jame-
Ouenming, house dotoottva tor stokss'.
hotel, to tsk" s package of letters from
the apartments of the two girls. Cum
01 Utg t. -lined that he went to thaapait
ment with the three detectives and tha'
he found the letters on the floor of
closet.
CU mining said he got the letters fo'
his employer "because he saw then
hrst," and ( 'o-nmlsslnner Waldo nine
to know why three detectives permute
any such conduct.
SAY THEY WILL HAVF CUMMINC
ARRESTED.
Counsel for the two girls open
charged before Msgtstrate Freechl t
day that Cumming nad committed
crime when he broke Into the apa.-'
ment. Tiie defendants lawyers said tn
detective would undoubtedly be arrsste
for breaking Int.. the place, but that a
lion had not heen taken because of th
aeoseslt) or nrsi attending to the eaa.
agalni I toe two girls.
1. I .in iraham supplemented th
charge uy add. ns; that t lie detective die
not take the letters from the floor In i
closet. She oaaraed that it was nsce.
I sary to break into liar hat trunk tea
I them.
' I bad Ihose letters." she said, "I
! one of ths little compartments of ni.
hat trunk They were In the true
i with a great many other valuabl.
j papers and other things. The truns
j was locked. In order to get at ths In
I ten ' oe lock either had to be broke.
; pi, e.l or the detective had to h. a
a kcj mat would fli the lock."
A M, tlsaaon. personal couneel p
Stokes, was arougbt Into the llmellgh
lo. lay In connection with the letter,
Mr Oleason came to court and BJsk
to 1"' board as a witness in the matter
lie refuged to -av what his testimony
Would bo, but It Is probable he Wi.
b. board Tu. s i iy,
DENIAL OF AUTHORITY WIL.
BE AGAINST CUMMING.
' , . .1 on ::. stand yeslerd.j.
i ,,i i the. letters on the dlrcX
tlon of Oleason, If 1 lleason denies th .
. the at.orneys for the glr,
will al ' ce uso the denial against Cum
a I is tape tad. Ol course, that h
asJII mak such a denial.
irlng tiie adjournment Attoi
n- lag made it plain that tiie I at
snsg would b that BtOket
tstnpled to take the letters written
Mm
the
i sllag Uraham by force an.
. .tins whl ii followed was
th..
lusti-
lad.
He told Magistrate I'r. s , thai
letters had been considered of
su
clsnt Import for a live 111 : e
ploy of atokes to luniinlt a criins ;e
.1
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