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M'GRAW PICKS AMES TO WIN NEXT GAME
SEALED VERDICT IN THE RUZZIELAMB'S SUIT
WetTllBR Clearing to-night i Thursday 'air.
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PRICE ONE CENT.
M'GRAW'S TEAM JUBILANT
OVER POSTPONEMENT; AMES
WILL PITCH NEXT GAME
Glnnis' Manager Says Mar-
quard and Matty Will Bene
fit by Day's Rest.
Iatting is needed.
With "Rube" in Home Box
and Slugging Restored He
Ls Sure of Victory.
By Bozemnn Eu'.gcr.
fgperia to The Eienlnrt IVorM.l
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. It. There
was great Joy In the ramp of the
Giants at noon to-day when the olMclal
announcement wm htm( up that h(
tarns had been d nt; oiicd on ir oui.l
f rain. All taring t:ic night McOraw
anl hla men had pulled fOf o down,
pour. When they awoke and found tlx
Pain atlll ratlins the players, ian Bj
urine that their charters nf winning
the aerlee were growlnv brighter with
M. Oraw declared that ona day of re't
It lost what ha wants to put his pitch
ing aUff In shape. This makes It pos
sible for Ames to pitch to-morrow, for
Man isid to taehle the Athletics on
ths Polo Grounds on 1 rlday and for
Many to be thoroughly rested fur the
sJatunlay game in I-iilladeliiila.
Before t lie series begin M draw tried
to adjust hla twirling. W;th Matty on
he mound in the opening gams, there
was nothing to do but let the flouthpaw
tart on braille solL This new arTarujc-
nt makes It possUls for him to work
oa the Polo Grounds, and in hs4 spot
ha is usually Invincible.
1WRAW SURE THE HITTING
SLUMP IS OVER.
The alants are stilt bitterly bewailing
their Inairiilty to hit the ball Ths hit
ting slump into which thsy hsvs fallen
began after the second dag in Ilrook
lyn. before the cloaa of ths National
League season, and so far they have not
-When It doaa break," said MeOraw
fall morning, "I figure that our batters
will stap la and tear off eouvo rung."
atsQraw is very much dleupolnted
or sr the showing of Dsvors. and If a
ggjme had bean possible this afternoon,
and Bander had pitched, the ohan.es
pit that ha would havo put the little
fallow on the bench and Ilecker wou'..l
bajve played left field. Josh Is terribly
daKourefed. lie sayn that he Injure 1
hJJ) stakes In -no of the Brooklyn gam
sail that It still worries htm In swinging.
Tie main troubls. however, la IBM Joah
bsks lost heart on account of being s
hgjnlsoo bsfors ths speed merchants of
the Athletiea. lis struck out five timet
1 row. Bs also fa led to get a bast
oa kails, and ThL makes his rarnarl.ii'.
speed on ths baas anaoiuetly men sa.
Ths main topic of conversation among
tag Otante to-day la ths work of Urn
ptae Connolly In the game that was Inst
14 New York yesterday. They havo
npthlng but pralee for Dlneen, the oth.
Sp aMrlM League umolrs, but they
dsclaro that Connolly gave 'hm tie
worst of It In flvo base docUlons And
'hat all of them hurt.
Hundrsds of fans cams over from
New Tork this morning only to find the
game postponed. Thsy decided to stay
over nntll to-morrow and Just now the
old town of Philadelphia ls a hunting
hivs of baseball talk. The hutul tuun
bgvo at last come Into their own mid
Itielr places aro over-run with people
seek nr. rooms for the night. The 'Hints
are cut at the Majestic lloltl, morn
U a mtle from the centres of nttrao
tlon, and they will rurnaln there until
141 hour of the game, McOraw has ad
vlssd ull of lil plarera tu etlck to
their hotel and m'. mla up w!Us the
Of A NTS SPENT QUIET nV IN
The Olante spsnt their afternoon play,
lag hlWards and p"l and attending the
matinee performance at one of the looal
theatres. Thsy atlll figure themselves
II being aula to win the eertea and have
rest lost hops hy any means,
The American League players wsrs at
rfce grounde as usual before 10 o'clock
itaksr and Coombg wars the heroes of
the squad and thsy wsrs grtswst hy
hearty oongratulatkiae. Met to the.
tCmUmti ts) ftvVgst PaejsK
leprrltbt, mil, ay
Co. (Ths f
I M rnmmiii i inr
AS TAXI COLLIDES
Dr. Crocket! and Wife, Niece
of J. P. Morgan, Go to
The Rjv. rr Rtugli Crockett, for sev
eral troubled yoart rector of the lloly
rood Protestant Kplscopal Church at
Broadway and line Hundred anil ISlrr'.ity
first slreet. WgS seriously hurt tn-Jay In
a gtnaitiup between the tixlcab In which
he and his i Ife wero riding and a milk
wagon. Mrs. Crookstt was not physt
oally Injured, but with liar husband was
taken to St. Luke's Hospital suffering
from shock. M ... . )
The taslcab was crossing Madison sve
nus at One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
street. James M'-Oregor, the driver, put
on speed to dodge a southbound Madi
son avenue oar. The taxlcab skidded
and a corner of It struck a milk wagon,
driven by Qenrire Mlchaelson of No. 3.1S
West One Hundred and Twenty-seventh
streot. The crnsh was very violent. A
front wheel of the cab was torn off and
the front of the machine smashed.
Dr. Crockett wn.i hurled to the street,
where ho Iny limp, while hla wife,
cnuRlit In the wrecked cab, screamed
for help. Policeman 8chulti helped
McOrngor, who was unhurt, pick the
rector up and called for an ambulance
frirn Harlem Hospital.
RECTOR, ANNOYED BY CROWD,
Pr. Crockett, who Is sixty years old,
was much annoyed by the curious
crowd which gathered around him, and
when Ir. Baker camo with the ambu
lance rAfnaSjd to K-t into it, although
Dr. Baker said he ous'ht to go to the
hospital to have the serious cuts on his
nose and neck treated.
"I shall go to St. Luke's then," saldj
it 1 rockctt. Ht. Lukes la an episco
Another taxlcnb was called and Dr.
Crockett and hla wife went to fit. Luke's
In the care of a physician, who had ":
tmteered Ills services.
A little later Mrs. Crockett, who ts a
niece of J. Plerpmit Morgan, left the
hospital, wearing her husband's mud
plastered black coat. She went to their
home rt No. 16? West Ssvsnty-sacond
Nine years ago Pr Crockett attracted
i he attention of church people hy estab
lishing a gymnasium and howling alley
In fitiiifil'm with a little mlsson, of
which he had charge In Cypuss Hills
In n short time he had the church out
of leht un.l prosperous. He had served
In churches In Washington, Baltimore
rind the West before coining here.
KEEP OFF THE GRASS" ON
When he was called to Holyrond
Church hi rouse 1 the wrath of aoma
of the members of the ohuroh by try
ing to aliollah th board of trustees
and substitute a vostry. Ha tried to
keep the lawn In front of the ohurcli
neut and trim and ram up "Keen Off
the Orasa" signs.
Likewise he chased away children
who disregarded the nlgns, and took
nwiiy n toy shovul from a boy who
was digging In It. causing the youngs
ter to cry. All Iheae dolngx were Int. r
embodied In a volition to have, him
rwnove.l from the tei torale,
III ths oourse of the dlsputs Dr.
crookett told Prealdei.i Bolton of the
Board of Trusteos that Mr. Iloltun was
thtt only real oppoiism of tlui rsulor in
"liven so," said Mr. Bolton, "did not
not tho Lord st.-n4 only QM aiiMel to
eland In tint way of Balaam and hla
Whereupon Dr, ('rockall announced ho
was a man, sven If lis weru a rlurgy.
men. and grabbed Mr, Button and u
him soon.lly, Dr, Oroakett's wifu was
Mlaa Adsllna Sutphsn of this illy and
g wta'iy In ner own flgHli
WITH MILK WAGON
rh. Frees rubllshlag
IN INDICTMENT OF
Highway Robbery Added to the
Accusations Against Youlh
Held as Fiend.
IS DOUBLY IDENTIFIED.
Alma Sopano Declares Brach
Was Member of Gang
That Attacked Her.
Two Indlctnionts, each charging in
two eeoarate OOUntl the details of the
attacks miide upon Annus Waugh of
No. I3S Blgbty-third street. Bay RtdaT
and Alma Sopano. another Brcslyn
girl, have boon drawn, with I'rank
Brach as the defendant. It Is reported
that no indictments will bo returned
by the Ulngf County Grand lury until
I'rlduy In the oases, but It ls believe 1
thai the Grand Jurors have already
voted to sign tho dooufwsnts ehgrgint
Brach with the two unusually brutul
attacks upon helplc . women.
In the case of Miss Wuugh. a pretty
stenographer, who was frightfully hurt
when attacked a week ago, almost
within the shadow of her own home. It
waa said to-day that the lndlotment
would contain charges including two
grades of assault.
In the cose of Miss Sopano, one count
Is to charge assault and the other high
way robbery. The girl said that her
hat, a bracelet and a pockotbook were
stolen when she was the victim of a
vicious atttck by three men on the
nlirht of Aug y.
PRISONER'S BIO, HANDS AIDED
Alma Sopuno, tho other victim, also
declared positively uf-fore the Grand
Jury that Brachjvas her assailant. She
said she was returning from a danc
w-hen she was seized by a big man who
struck her, put hla hand over her mouth
to stKle her cries, and dragged her Into
a Hold, where he was Joined hy two other
men. The girl aaya she wag kept pris
oner from shortly before midnight until
3 o'clock In the morning.
Brooklyn detectives who had been en
gaged on the Waugh caao said that
Uracil's llg hands aided In hla ijenttll
eatlnn In both cases, and hdpsl 'o his
capture. They say that M.. ., Waugh'a
alleged declaration after the attaok tl at
she had not sven her assailant, and
knew only that he was a big man with
large, strong hands, helped throw Urach
off his guard, but that Miss Waugh
really had given a description that
titled Bracn In every particular.
As soon as MUs Waugh Is abls to
appear in pallcu court she will confront
Brach and make her Identification of
him complete. Ho has been held with
out ball by Magistrate II v. an in the
Fifth Avenue Court, Brooklyn, until
Miss Waugh can appear. Dr. David
woman, says he thinks it will he te
days before she Is eutllcleiitly recuvsrud
to go to court.
The Brooklyn police last night got a
tip that led '.hem to suspect that Uracil
may have known something of the se-
rjal of attacks upon young women in
the Blyt ha hOUrni neighborhood In June.
TWO OTHER BRUTAL ATTACKS
TWO GIRLS FIGUR
BY NEIGHBORHOOD GANG.
At that time two different young
women, Mill Helen Wilson of No. 8D
Aflelphl street, Brooklyn, and Mrs.
Paulina Kruyeka of No. 171 Eaat Third
treet, Manhattan, wore selied at night
and dra.-gt'd Into a vacant stable at
Eleventh avenue and Sixty-fourth street.
They were beaten and abused.
Bra h'e home Is at Kleventh avenue
and Thirty-sixth street. In the truck
patch dlatrlol that b orders the east side
of Greenwood Cemetery. In ths last two
eara l.; rn have been many attacks on
woman In tho Blythgbourtg and New
Utrecht dlslil'ii wl.l.h wero not re
ported to the poll. a. All that part of
Brooklyn, extending from Greenwood
Cemelery to DykM llatfhtl and from
riuventh avenue to Sixteenth avenue. Is
Brauli 1 1 atari led yes'.i tday that he did
pot qiiM work at iirwirgo lloroh'g ti.i-
shop, No, Wfi laiwi'ait aireet, I'iat
buah, until 0 I'. M, hint U edussdsy, ths
night of the stta.it 011 Mlaa Waugh.
The prisoner's brother, Herman Urn .ih,
mid yesterday ho U rtad) 10 go into
POVM on Thuradgy Btii swear that
Frank, aft going home mst Wndnea
(lay nighli was With him until at least
1 e'elook, The mi u ou Mlas Waugh
t.. u plaea batwean "H" I', M. and DM
fjiilaf fnspantnr Iftinhas f the fianlral
Glflca n Manhattan silrt tn-dny that
frank Brash's plnlure I g I ha rtoguus
Oakery ni Is uumbsrsd l,fQ9,
. " - -"
YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18,
Opera Star Who
"I WAS LUCKY,"
s9 .V'A' saws'
sk IH - m
1 1 " 1
EXPLAIN MG HOME RUN DRIVES
Athletics' Star Batter, Who Has Beaten Giants
Two Straight, Tells How He Connected
With Matty's and Marquard's Curves.
Wrajrlal 1 1 The Eirning World
PIIILAI)KU'HIA, Oct. IS Frank
Baker, tho man who ha stolon 01 il ;
BUI Penn's stuff and ls now tho roal
big man of PhHadolphla, Is a modest,
unassuming chap, and he explains j
his two teerrlflc drlvoa that boat the ,
OlantB two days In succoesBlou by
saying that he was luolty.
The luck of mnklng a long hit has to
fall to somebody," said the young farm
gf from Maryland, "and It so happened
that It fell to me. There Is a lot of luck
In hitting a home run, even If the ball Is
hit on the nose. How often do you see j
hot drive go straight Into sime fielder's ;
hands? I usually hit Into right field,
and Mathowson's curve was Just slow
enough for me to pull It In the direction I
Of right field when I met It. Tho low
fence In the Polo Grounds was also
placed Jnat right for this drive, end 1
got It over. That's all there If to It.
Any other batter on the team Bllgnl
have dono the same thing.
"I was a little glad that I hit a curve,
however, as the experts haVs Neen say
ing that a curve ball Is my weakness
If you will remember It was fast one
that I hit ofr MnrqtiMd on Monday.
Matty's curve of yesterday nroke
siuarely over the middle of the plate
and, having Judged ttie apeivl of It ac
curately, my swing met It squarely. It
doesn't take so much strength to make
a long drive as It -Ions In toe ability to
hit the ball at the spot where the batter
"Mathowaon Is a wonderful tit. -her and
he hail me going two of Hie times at
hat. One time I satlfhl one on the nose,
I but It dl ln't go In the right llroetton
and Murray caught the ball In deep
"Thut hall was hit almost as hard as
the one that went over the fence.
"I haven't got anything to ' atout
thai tplklnd I got from Hnolgrass," tho
young hsro laid, in answer to an tn-
iiulry about the In iile.it at third base,
when half his M ihes weor torn off But
a few mlntlrg it.'-r. In reply to a com
mmi: I v Jaek Berry, he laid I
"Ho Jumped clear arrmia th-. bag to
got mo, I was .11 my rl.'ht pogltl o ."
"WhllS Bnknv has little to my about
that Inchlnni the other playera of the
Athlut'.e teams are a II III sore about
Huker geiilug iplksdi Thsy eay that
I'olib and Stnoigraas are the only haas
niunura ;!mt have splksl Baker and
llisy argue Usl SS lie has a aped ail
Got Secret Divorce
the others he must ha playing ths
"As soon us the nason la over,"
added Baker. "I am going on a hunt
ing trip nlong the C.hewiieake Hay. I
lead that kind of Ufa all winter. Tou
know I was raised on a farm. The first
experience I hud as a ball player was
when I played on a teeun that was run
by Charley Hersog now of eha Giants
He and I ars neighbors out at Hldgaly
SCHOOL BOARD DEMANDS
$33,000,000 F0R 1912.
Eftldgni Cornmirtee Calls Educa
tional Experts to Consider Bud
get s Increase of S4,(xio,ooo.
Comptroller Prendergnst and President
Mitohel of the Board of Aldermen, as a
DOOttnttaM of the Boanl of Kstlmate to
day gave a hearing on the school budget
f ir IPU, The Board of Budoatlon aaka
for :i:i,JOO,iiOO, or M.OOO.iKiO more than last
year. Huperlntenient tfagWSl! estimated
that there would be 671,'ssi hlldren In
ittsndattot next year, an Increase of
16,1100. He uaks for M morn teachers.
Heated with the committee were
Prof. Han un of Harvard I'nlverslty.
specially engaged hy the Board of Ed.
Mention to dlaesct the school budfOf,
and Mrs. Matilda Ford. Comptroller
PrnndtrgMfi school expert, racing
ttiem wee President Wlnthrop of the
Board of Education, Superintendent
Maxwell, Men. Wlngate and MIhh Olivia
l.eaventi Itt of the Board of Kdu. atlon.
BAPTIST COLLEGE HEAD
HELD AS FEUD SLAYER.
MAN'CHKSTKR, Ky.. Oct. ln.n.ev
A J. Burns, president of tlx. Baptist
college at Onelia, Is under urrest here
rhara-ed with having killed his cousin,
Pecy rturris, who was shot from um
bUgh last night. The reopening of an
old fend bettveen two Burns tactions'
Is held responsible for the killing.
BlOOdhOUndg this morning (oik up tho
trail and followed It to the door of lt-v.
A. .T Burns's horrte, the police say.
The college of which llev. Burns Is
the head Is kept up by wealthy Baptists
of Lexington and Louisville for C, . .
ueatlon of mountain children.
For Racing Result, and Entries ns
First Mrs. Sutphen Declares
She Knew Opera Star
Would Find Unhappiness.
SET HER HUSBAND FREE.
Says She Consulted Singer
About Naval Man's Infatua
tion Before Suing.
At No. M Morton place, Boat Orange
N. J., Is a woman who aaya she under
stands aaactly the feelings of Ollvo
Fromatad. the Metropolitan Opera etavr,
In divorcing Edeon IV (Sutphen. tho
Houth American mining promoter. Hhn
is Mrs. M. Kllsabeth Hutphsn, who for
llfteen years waa flutphen'a wife. Mho
divorced Hutphsn because of hla infat
uation for Olive Fnamstad.
"So Olive Krenistad has got It," she
aid, a though talking to herself, when
an Evening World reporter told her
to-day of the Frematad divorce. "1
knew ghe would get it. Just the way I
got It. II had u ooove.
AYS tlNOKR WAS) "VERY NIC!
"Tou must understand I have no
hard feelings against olive Frenurtad.
I called on her here once, juat before
my divorce, and told her that I had
aeen her with my haaband In Parts,
and aaked her If t had grounds to
divorce him, (the waa vary nice about
Mrs. Sutphen has a dressmaking shop
she tried unsuccessfully to keep a board
ing house, and Is now dependent al
together upon her own efforts to support
herself and her eon, Judson Sutphen.
though by the terms of her divorce, she
says, sho la entitled tu MOO a month
"In 1W3 I was at Plnney Point, Md.."
said Mrs. Hutphsn, "when the training
ship Bale came In. Mr Hutpben had
Just bagO graduated from tho Naval
Academy and was a midshipman. I fell
In luve with him. He was handsome,
had fascinating manners and wore a
uniform. We were married goon attar.
Four years later, whan ha waa an en
sign, he resigned from the navy and
took me to Buenos Ayrea, where he
started an asphalt paving business.
"He did very well, Indeed, and became
"About slg years ago ha told me he
thought I ought to take Judson to Eng
land and put him In auhool. He ar
ranged that he would aend his mother,
Mrs. J. J. Motphen, of Omaha, his broth
er-in-law, Dp, H. t. Hlmmea and his
aunt, Mlas Msry Webster, over to live
with nie, so I would not be lonely, 1
went to London and took a fine apart
ment at No. W Harrington Oardena and
we aH lived there very nicely.
TRACED HIM TO PAR 18 HOTEL,
"One day I went to Paris to do some
shopping I wss Just coming out of
lmu'-et's when I saw a fine carriage go
by wltli my husband In It, sitting be
side Olive Frematud. 1 went to every
hotel In Paris looking for htm. At the
Continental I found an 'E V. Stephens
and wife' registered. I knew then he
was there, because he bad said, Jok
ingly, that so many persons mistook
our name for Rtephnne he meant to
use the name If he ever required an
"I could not get to his room, hut I
satisfied myself be was there and I sent
him a letter, telling Mm what I had
learned. He got It. I went 10 London,
lie followed and found me at the Hros
venor Hotel, fie settled fail. 000 on mo
and promised tne 1400 u month alimony.
"Then I came hero and got the dl
vorce from him. With the money I
bought a Pisco at Weatgatr-ou-Hea,
Kugland, und entertained a grew! deal
I spent my money too fast and then
the alimony stopped Mr. Hulpiiun came
and borrowed 6(u0f from me. Later he
came back and begged for more When
l b-ft England with onlv enough money
to pay my way here he followed me to
tlie pier and, out of sheer pity, I gave
I him a five-pound note. He said it was
I the only money he hud In the world."
Mrs. Hutpben added that MUs Frcm-
stail's niime was kept entirely out of
the divorce proceedings.
When OHVO Kremsta.l announced her
marriage to Hutpben at Silt Lnkc city,
April is, ikoc. just after the Sutphen dl.
vorce, it was given out that they had
met In this country only a few weeks
When Miss Frenmt.id arrived hare
yesterday she admitted that the decree
of divorce from Butphon had been
signed last lily, when she was abroad,
on the report nf Robert L Luce, ref
eree. Bhe charged him with mlgoondlli
In this city. He ts now in Central
JURY IN A DEADLOCK
$50,000 DAMAGE SUIT
Fails to Reach a Decision Concern
ing His Seven Years of Love
making and Court Orders a
MISS SMITH'S LETTERS
READ AGAIN IN JURY ROOM.
Ruzzielamb Arraigned in Closing
Argument for Dragging a Woman's
Name Before the Public.
After having been out three bourn
Bnd a half the Jury In the ouo of
Ruailelnmb Hlgfrled Urlawold ngalnet
Helen Woodruff Smith for fBO.OOO
damages for bronrb of promise of
marriage, fntteod to reach, a verdict,
and nt four o'clock Justice Brown
adjourned Part XII. of the Supreme
Court for the day. If tho Jury
AT DAMM "FIRE"
Truck Hit Pole and Firemen
Said Things Because of
A vividly decorated truck belonging to
William F. Hamm of No. U Liberty
street tumml In a false alarm of fire
from Broadway and Broome street to
day and 1 ismnied up Broudway traffic
for half an hour.
This wagon, driven by Frank Tearing,
was turning Into llroadway from Broome
street wnen the Damm hind wheel
struck a pole on the corner which sup
ports a tire-alarm box. Tho li&mni
wagon, heavllv hub n with furniture an 1
works of art, struck the pole with such
force that the fire alarm was sot off.
Clearing tried to get the Damm truck
away from the pole und In that wn)
he kept sending In alarms. lretty soon
there was clustered about the Damm
wagon and the llre-aluru box the gosh
darn.i at urruy of lire apparatus Im
aginable. There auk llattallon Chief Helm, re
peating the name of Damm over and
over kgalHi and a lot of captains and
foremen and regular fireman with rub
ber noatl on doing the fmu thing
Four engines, a iter tower, a couple
of hook and ladder triKks, four ten
ders and a tire patrol wagon succeas-
fully .1,1 al I t b of trolley itr.
with the aid of a couple of pike paint
the firemen pried the Damn nagon
from the pole ami the Damm horaua
dl ujged the recked veJu.ie away. As
long na the Damm vagon was in sight
ti,,. Uran in and policemen and trolley
car motormen uni conductor! and the
passvnxers who had boon held up In
the n aft! ' dam Just said "Damm,
Damnii William V. Damm" cr words to
.lull for Bobbins; church.
After confessing ttiat he had for
the eecond Hms ItOlen a chalice fraul
the altar of u church, James Ilrttiy,
a Bower todgeri was sent to the
I penitentiary for eleven montha by .im
I tloe Mom 'n Special eeaelong to day,
ills last theft was from Corpus I 'hrHtl
ChUI h ut No. 21 West Sixty-ninth
itrael Ha wag enughi whan trying to
'pawn the vessel. In June, If 01, Brady
i was sentenced to the penitentiary for
I a year for steallr.u a on slice from St
I Audi ew e ......... u Duaut euent.
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PRICE ONE GENT.
bould roach n verdict to-titM II
wlU be written aim sealed to bo rend
by the Court txwnorrow morning
Tho oaroful deJlbe ration of the caao
evidently being given by tho Jury la
taken by Ruiali. nod bis attornoya aa
pleaalng Intimation thnt they am to
be guocnaaful In their unique nult
"Thoy aro either In dlaaMrnemant
or arguing the amount of da magna.'
waa th general comment nf thnaa lax
tho courtroom waiting hour after
hour for the )ury to retua.
Both attorneys had their innings in thai
morning and Justice R-uwn'i charge to
tne jurv was an impartial treatlss on the
tow gOrgfMag cas-a of breach of prom
lee. The correspondence that Ruasls.
lamti's attorney, Jacob lordop had In
troduced as evidence was sent to tlaa
Jury room ami it seemil evident ths en
tire Jury whs anxious to give Itucale'g
ease full vonsldiTatlon.
The surprise of the dav rsme when.
after Ituzxle's attorney, Jacob Qordon,
had rested Ins case, Attorney Mc ney
also rested without putting Miss Sm.th
on the aland. It had been expected that
ane would have to deny having promise
tu marry bef Hlngfrled. Mr. Moouey, In
his summing up, said It was not neces
sary to suhject her to the further hu
miliation of a firoat eiamlnailon when
the law plainly stated a formal daatal
neel not be made.
"You have merely to use your oonaanosj
sense." eald Mr. Mooney, "ami JuJgo
for yourselves Whether the plaintiff has)
curried the burden of proof i he la re
quired to do and sbuwn that she bad
promised to marry him beyond all rea
PLAN OF DEFENSE DISAPPOINTS
It wai apparent that In de.-tdlng not
10 put Bustle s Brunuhllde on the standi
the defenso had deeply disappointed
Bustle's attorney. He had prepared to
toss examine her at great length. In
his closing addreas to the Jury Mr. Oor.
don charged the defenso with having
bean afraid to face ths cross examina
tion. Whatever one may think of the merits
of his case there Is no denying thtt an
I witness Ruaatnlanit was the genuine
merchandise. In the matter of resitting
Attorney Mooney's rupld-flre batteries
of slurs und Innuendoes and his broad
sides of twelve-Inch counter accuan
tlons, Buzale wu sthe Dreadnaught of the
Sea of Love, armored above and below
waterttne, and well manned In bis au
burn fighting top.
Twice only was Attorney Mooney
able to pierce Hustle's armor of com
placent self-satisfaction once, whrn he
brought the Initials of a mysterious Mra
C. into the cats and endeavored to
show that whtle Bussle was supposed
to be devoting ids entare eoul to the
pursuance of hla nine-year affair with
his matronly Brunehilde he was not be-
ud signaling dlatance with another
pair of loving eyea; and again, when
he intimated that the final break be
tween the counle waa due to monty
I . ft .. . . n,1 Ml - lnteiiHln nt
i other man.
On both ocraalnnt Buttle flared up
and became peevish.
SAYS THE 'OTHER WOMAN' WAS
A FRlENO OF HIS MOTHER,
I "Don't you dare bring that ether
woman's name Into this case," ha
snapped. "She'e nothing to ms a.ad
never waa Mho's a friend of my mothsr."
atad to we giUer aoouawuou Boaauy