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WINS FIGHT TO BAR EVIDENCE
SENATOR STILWELL GETS 4-YEAR SENTENCE
WiCATHKB Jlaln prrtiklt to-nlaht i TkirU.r lair.
WB4THtmIUI probable to-alShli Tharsdar fair.
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PRICE ONE CENT. e
a,n a aw m saa a a a aaaamaat
Justice Seabury Grants Stay of ,
Ten Days Before Sending
FIGHTS FOR NEW TRIAL !
Certificate of Reasonable
Doubt to Be Asked at Once
' Stephen J. Sttlwell. wlio represr rited
l':e Twenty-first Dl'trlct, In the Bronx.
In the State Senate and who was ron-
of brlbary lait Saturday nlgtit.
To-day sentenced by Justice Sea-
V:try to servo a term of not less trail
year, and not more than eight ,
year In Mine Sing P' lion
At the request of Stilwall's wuniel, j
Twb.rl M. Moore, a tay of evecut.on
of ten daya was granted to permit of an
application to the Supreme r"otirt, In
itUwail'g behalf, lor a certlflcato of rea
With unerring Instinct for the lime-
11 it. Sheriff Julius llaruirger was
gaily In the Criminal Branch of tlio
Supreme Court to-day. lie was armed
with a revolver and a deep sense of,
ri.-:onsliIUt:. It wai his intention to
fust) SUIwell to Sing Sin;; aa aoon a
rVtanco wav pronounced.
'STILWELL BROUGHT TO COURT
BY ARMED DEPUTIES
Ftllwell was brought Into court by
tinea Deputy Sheriffs all armed titan
llaily to tho Sheriff. The convicted
Htat Senator carried his head high aud
,.w.d no emotion as ho faced many -
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iwded Into this courtroom. Assistant
Qurtrloi Attorney Nott moved u.ut ggg
U.ue be pronounced,
lerk Penny asked the prisoner If he
bud anything to say. Mr. Mooro re
pl cd that hu could aee no profit for
bill client In any remarks. Justice flua
bury thereupon pronounced acntence
aPtlllout comment and Immediately Mr.
M ore offered hla successful motion for
Httlwell was t a k-.-n back to the
BiOtbO, If counsel la successful In
guliig a certificate of returnable
juiibt SUIwell may be released on ball.
.Mr. Moore will apply for a certificate
is eoou poaalble. lie haa four
ground upon which l;, basea nil
ncpia for t!io right to prpvl that his
lllent waa unjustly convicted. These
irounda have to do wttli thg admission
. In.nN.MP v i . I n . 1, . IllltlTOOer
r. examination of the defendant and
Kitu errors cominiuci d.v me cnarKina
j; til Jury all theae ciiargea being al
legallona on tho part of Mr. Moore.
LO8E8 FRANCHISE AND SEN
In giving hla pedigree, after aonteii'.i
w.. 1 pronounced, Stllwell aald he was
forty-aeven yean old, and gave hla a.l
ureea aa No. 311 OMnvllle avenue, BOOHm
No member of hla family waa In coart
to hear htm aentenccd.
.milwell'a conviction took away t.ie
KtniDID ami. to cou'ae, u.. eiiKiu I-c
to bold the otnee 01 Mtate senator. It
Iso automatically disbarred him fro.11
(he practice of law.
11 waa convicted of demanding 13,300
from Oeorgo H. Kendall President of
the New York Bank Note Company, aa
a bribe to be paid to certain unnamed
numbers of the Codea Committee or the
Henate and the Aaaembly for reporting
out a bill In which Mr. Kendall waa In
tereated. The Senate tried Stilwell on the same
:hurge In April and acquitted hiiu oy a
vote V IK to II, lov. Sulr.er then re
1 nested District-Attorney W hitman to
take action, and indictment, conviction
and aeutence swiftly followed.
ANOTHER AVIATOR KILLED.
Uvra Valla While Maklag; Over-
laad Flight In (irraaaf,
HANOVER. Oerma. ,y. May 21 A.
German aviator, was killed I
FROM 00 TO EIGHT YEARS
aiatantly to-day by a fall from a height I chunges The Boalng 'ommlssion, he
ir aou feet wane ngaUDg a overland iievmg tbgt me ring omcials nad auf
light In hla monoilano. The cauae of : ROlgHl l uie tt make the altei utions, egn
.he accident eould not bt uacertalned, aa '. PI IM ' Hcena.e
lha machine waa ahaltered. Horn had: ' "
neld big Pi
ot's ceri.llcate alno Jaa. !J. 1
rat. IM1 ar
Ca. Th New
Aaaia a a seats
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COST THE UFE OF
Girl Kills Herself After Telling
Husband About Love
Affair on Ship.
KIsh Stoyer, blue eyed, figged haired
and dainty. -a bride of five weeks
died b)P her own hand to-day In the
1,ome n'r Helm-ion had pro-
I vlded at No, ITs Morton street.
Helnrich. the (lender young
' -,r!nn who saved from hla wage
rT flT years a monthly dole of love
in order that hla Klaa ml gilt ram
here a:id h hla bride, came home to
the Morton atreet apartment at noon
to-dny he found K'.ai Mretched upon
IM white bel with tlry blue hole
througa the fair akin of her forehead
and In her hand, still warm, a wicked
little French automatic. Itelnrich
threw himself upon the floor before
the piano and hla hopeleaa h.nrte
truck Jarring discords on the keys.
"Now now," he cried In the patola or
hla native Schleswlg Molateln. "thou
wl'- play no more on thy piano, my
lla came from Gcrniiny on April IT.
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rich's wife. Helnrl h then took hla
brMa to the little home lie had nee.
parCd for her.
l:i the dark, that wedding night, E's.1,
he- head on the knees of her husband,
made her confession of frailly, old as
th" world and tragic aa the fall of Kve.
There had been a young Herman on tho
bout, ahe said, a fanner returning 'o
h!s farm near l'ortland, Ore., after a
visit to hla people in Clerniajy; he had
courted her Madly and, though alio had
ke,.t the troth for five years and was
coming to be wed, ahe gave lo this man
thg klaa Hetnrlch's mother had given to
her for Melnrlch.
In the greatness of h.s heart the hu--bund
had found plan for forgiven. '-.
,v" 10 'egal r-
lease frog) htm o I hat ahe could go to
tiic man In the Far Weat. But Kiaa,
the flaxen haired, OHly wept from day's
end to dny's end. The ! edm-u of the
ha. hand hui added to the b ;rden of her
To divert her the . OOBf, husband
bought a piano. Wlien the Instrument
was Installed In the apartment Klsa
seemed to find eaaement for her heart
at the keyboard and night after night
she sat before the keys, working a
magic of wondrous melody. The neigh,
bora used to throw open their window a
and all listening.
KtlnriCh thought the piano ha-1
brought consolation and surcease from
sorrow. He did nut know until to-day
when he looked upon that round, blue
bole In Blga'g forehead that It waa a
breaking haf1 that had rrled out
through the I'trlkgl of the Instrume;::.
FIGHT CLUB'S LICENSE.
The BoKlng 'omnil-slon at a brief
meeting thl afternoon cancelled the
license of tile Paddock Athletic Club
for Ita failure to comply with I'hu U
partment regulations. While pouegglng
a license granted three uw.ths ago, the
Paddock A. C, never held bouts. T.,e
Kire Department deemed the ciui'
building. In Kaat 1'n.irtli atreet. uiiaaf
fOf lucge gaiherhig' and ordered agValg
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"Circulation Books Open to All
DESERTED BY GIRL
IS BACKAJ HOME
Little Freda Liebowitz, Her
Curls Cut Off, Found Cry
ing on Doorstep.
TELLS OF ADVENTURES.
Believe Man Persuaded Annie
Boyarsky to Desert Child
and Go With Him.
Fo '.ir-year-old Freda Llebowltr was
quite the heroine of Brownavlll to-day.
Attended by two of her sisters and an
admiring throng af neighborhood chil
dren, ahe travelled from tenement to
tenement, collecting pennies from aym
pathetlc mothers, and from candy atore
to candy atore apendlng the pennies.
She told the atory of her adventure with
Annie Boyarsky, who kidnapped her
Sunday afternoon and deserted her In
the Bronx yeaterday evening, often
and with aueh a variety of detail that,
after many repetitions, It became Ule
of the Arabian Nights variety.
' Hid you swim a river'." Freda wal
"yea," ahe replied; "we awlmmed a
"Did you climb a mountain?"
"We climbed ever so muny moun
tains." Annie Boyaraky Is still misting. Be
fore Freda got all mixed up under the
Influence of questions ahe aald that
when Annie Boyaraky took her away
from her home at No. 413 Wyona atr.-et
last Sunday afternoon they went first to
a hoapltal or a doctor'a office. Where
they spent the night the child could not
THEY RODE ON CARS AND
LOOKED IN AT STORES.
The next day they rode on earn and
looked In many store nlndowa nnd
mingled with great crowda of people.
That night they alept n a bed and yea
terday they walked and rode la cars.
"When It was getting dark," aald
Freda, "and It waa cold, Annie aald to
me to wait and ahe would go buy me a
dress. I waited and waited and bei.in
to cry and a lady took m borne and
iravo me some aupper and wrapped me In
a warm Jacket and gave me to a police
man." This was away up In the Bronx at No.
.".s Bgal One Hundred and KiKlHy-sIMn
street, fifteen miles from Kast New
York The officer, Policeman 10hk-.-a,
took tho girl to Tremont atatlon-houje.
Possibly because ahe was M-slitmcd,
possibly because Annie had told her not
to tell her name, Freda was not com
municative to tile pi Ice. Aftf a couple
of hours nt Tremont ahe was taken to
the Morrlsanla atntkm where there la a
matron. There about D o'clock las',
nlgbt Mrs. Sarah Sullivan, the matron,
recognised her Just as alio waa golni;
0 be taleen to the Children's Society as
an ordinary lost child.
LteUt MoQarry showed Freda a pic
ture, and when ahe cried "Annie!" he
quickly comunlcated with Detective M .--Kcnu
of the Miller avenu rlatlon. Mc
Keon found the little Kill's mother. Mra.
Philip LbOWlta, hysterical abed and u
able to rise; but two alsters of her hue
hand, Freda and Hose LobOWttgi of Jfa,
SHo Vermont atreet, Brooklyn, hurried to
the Morrlsanla station.
Little Freda recognized her nunts at
once Mid held out her arms to th on.
Hoping to learn something of Annie,
the police retained the child till nearly
midnight, but got no -clue.
The child arrived homo about 12 JO tins
mornluK. The meeting with the mother
was pathet.J. Several hundred neln
bora tried to crowd Into tho root: and
had to be held back by the po'lee.
Frieda had sppnontly been fairly
i well cared for and the. ( U no doubt
I that ahe wan under cover up to within
1 a short time of bet appeurunce on the
I apartment houae steps.
Tto Vetoes kg iuler.
ALUANTi May is. OOV, Btllgor lay
vetoed the Capitol Dls'.rh : ItydrO'BIl
trie bill and glag Hie il l tllowlng
private lOrPOrgtioni to deee'.p K.iter
BOWr In the Stale.
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ro.Mi.IIT; WMneel llall, Hr.,.,M.:, v..
I gHI Preapeet aveaaei star Theatre, l ni
' hattaai. 4hte lluudrHt aad Setenlli Mlreet
I ami l.eslngtttu avenue: Mblu's tianjea,
I Hroat. I bird atenue aud One Hundred an, I
, Srvriitlelh si reel. iealierl U. wler.
Jena NMeiiell. Ilitrlet..ltnrne Whltuiau.
I ,l,ihu tLrr.ij Mltehel. Wllllem II. Wad
I banes. Mieerae MeAaeav, Jaetn TeNiiile
Oreres, f. A. fccadatgaal. lrea Ci Blilat.
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY,
Wife of Millionaire Banker,
Whom She h Suing for Divorce
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Lawyer Wins Against Charge
of Cruelly to Crowded Calves
by Novel Argument.
Ca t i aad Brooklyn itreat car patroni
are In Hie sa ne . lues, neeordlng to a
tudlelal opinion handed down a Brook
lyn to-day. Futuei-1 ore, calves and
Brooklyn street ear patron are more
conifortab," grill o pa kd tightly than
when paeked looaely,
The calves usi.t in this compgrlaon
baflnmn dgfunol agvaraj days ago but
the Brooklyn tr-ct ear patronj are iii
aiivu. li win probably Interest them
goevdingly to learn that they have
been legally laeslflad,
Tne f. P. '. kioks out for 6aW
aud an agent of t.,at society ar reeled
John I.ohiuan. a driver, a week
Loiimaii wbi Piloting a Irugk loaded
with calves from Jersey City to an
Kast New fork abbatolr when ft, p c
a. Agent Evan apparhended him it
Broadway m4 Ralph gvenua and
charged Mm gltb crueltg o in. load
There were thirty-seven caJjVM In lb
wagon mid Bvgni took tin- ground tbgl
they were painfully packed,
Lohman e-as arraigned in tintei tv.
nu OOUrl to d.is A lavyi t named
Kniltel appegrad In big oefene
"When the 'an arrived .1' th Bail
New Fork abbatolr," aald tl lawyer!
"aooonrpanled bj lha I f, C A. agent,
,i Uogrd of iiiaith lgpector cgamineij
the ealvi-s. lie found they had rot
they wire crowd. 1 mainst ui.e gajptbsr,
"Why. your llouoi," the ggfgr un
tiuu "'ou know ygU ore more cuni
fijytgblg In crowded he,-' gA if you
"liut,' u'.'V M the OuttfL ' sUe-Jo-
IS COURT OPINION
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Ing the car la no packed that there la
no more room for pasHengeriiT"
"Kven then," persisted the lawyer,
there la lcxe duuger of hurt or injury.
1 have ridden all the way downtown
I on a packed street car and havd not
I t een harmed. On tho other hand. I
. have been thrown into the laps of
rented .i"eni;erH, u their discomfort
and my own "
The argument that you are more coin
I fort. i'il when you Hand among eo
I many persons that you have no room to
full down appeared to have an effect on
' th Court. Tbn Lohman produced evl.
dene that an inspector in Jersey City
had passed hla load of thlrty-aeven
cafvea before h Marted for Brooklyn
and I be Court discharged him.
No agent ever held up a Brooklyn
trolley car and grrggttd Ibg driver or
uuductoi- for stulllug the car with pn.s.
Th, eg ia no Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty lu Persona Who Hide gg
DR. FRIEDMANN SERUM
IS FAILURE, SAYS MAYOR.
Dt-J.ires Dr. Udorle Is About to
Report Adversely Upon Tubercu
I .li'- TfMtnktrii Tested Mere.
Mayor il.iynor, after talking with
Health Commissioner I.ederle to-day re
gafdlng the Frledmann tuberculoala
gerum, aald that he undorstanda the
Frlcdmana methol "Is an absolute fail
ure." "When !r Frledmann came here,"
amid tlio Mayor, "1 gave directions that
n b given a fair show. When a man
come., .ilniig with anything now ho la
UMUally b iwle I loivn. I do not like
that, H has had a fair allow an 1 I
i di Slgnd that his method le an a-.-solute
fallurg He cannot go away f i oni
ic paying tbgl ll haa nut bad a fair
i ,i . not gnderstggd Dr, O'Oonngll's
I Icttgr I bad aupposl Dt followed the
matter from the beginning and tliTc
I fore knew that lr LederlS was about
I to reporl m lb Hoard of Haklttt the
failure ... t'r. ('rlcJiiUb.,,, a,,j btab
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that you .ire doinf bui 1 1
hr limn L'i'lure yi-u will toll
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-S, COURT HITS DEFENSE,
miwivii niviiV iiiiii
Banker, Sued for Divorce,
Tells on Stand of Strolls
in Central Park.
HE LUNCHED WITH HER,
All Their Meetings Were
Proper and Conventional,
James Cunningham Bishop, the mill
ionaire banker, on th atand In hla own
defense this afternoon In the trial of
Die suit for divorce Instituted by his
wife. Abigail Hancock Hlshop, whn
names Mta. J. Temple owathmey, wife
rrf the former President of the Htoek
Exchange, ag corespondent, denied any
acta of Infidelity with Mra. llwathmey,
but admitted lunching with her and mo
toring with her on many occaalone.
Mrs. Qwethmey. ba aald, waa s-
t reused from her husband when , he
mot her tn 1MT. Ha did not aee her
egnin gnW. nnt. m. In June, July
anrl euceeedlng montlta In Kit he waa
much In the company of Mr, nwath
may. They often took lunch together
'Do you think that your frequent as
sociation wrth Mra. Owatluney tendesl
to lessen the friction which you aiv
you knew existed between her nnd her
huebandt" asked William Travers Jsr
ome rrf counsel for Mis. Jllslinp.
"I don't suppose It did. I realised
that ahe waa unhappy with her hus
band. Hut that was nothing est aur
dlnary. Ixyta of persons who sre
unhappily married continue to live to
gether." "I regret to say t tat that atateinent
la too true," aald Mr. Jerome.
Mr. Jerome handtd Ulshnp a photo
graph of Mra. Owathmcy and Bishop's
handa aliook aa he accepted the photo
and In a low voice aald, lu rcsponss to
"Yes, that Is Mra. Owathmey."
The lawyer next won the admlaslon
that much of Mr. Biahop'a luggage waa
marked "J. 0. Baer."
"Did you take any step to see If there
were a Dr. J. C, Baer of Philadelphia,
aa you are accused of having regis
"Yes. we sent lo Philadelphia."
"Did you fln.l a !r. IlaerT'
"Yea, but not a J. C, User."
Mr. lllahop then loid at length of
vaiious meetings with Mra. Owathney,
all of which, he declared, bed been un
der perfectly proper and conventional
Mr. Hlshop wsa asked If he hsd corres
ponded with Mra. rtwathmey at varloua
tiroes, lie adiiillod h.'V.ng Written IBd
received a few letters, v bb-b he da
I. ire. i were "unimportant "
Mr Hlshop alao admitted that on
Scleral i.e. ae'.ona he bad met Mra
Itlehop and gonsi with har for a ruin
In Central Park In her avubi.-ikubllu aitJ
afterward for a weak.
At last Mr. Jerome got down to the
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rOft RACING KK PAGt I.
Editor Newett to Introduce Evi
denc That Other Papers Printed
Stories of Alleged Drinking.
OVER POINT FOR HOURS
Close Friend of the Ex-President
Testifies To-Day Strongly Denying
Charge of Excessive Drinking.
MARQUKTTIJ, Midi., May 28. A new -rjement wis fctrctiaci to
day in the trial of the suit for 10,000 damages in an action dUrglnf
libel brought by Theodore Roosevelt against George A. NeweU, edttor
of the Iron Ore of Ishpeming, Mich., who published an editorial asMftinf
liut Koosi.'velt often drank to excess. '. .
John Callan O'Laughlin, a Wasliington newspaper correspondent
and close friend of Roosevelt, had testified as to the Colonel's sobriety.
He was asked by Lawyer Belden for the defense whether there hjd not
been rumors of a general character that Roosevelt occasionally drank' (0
excess. O'Loughlin declared the story was false.
FOR MINT JVLEPS
OTOM, B. 0.. Mag
eaury anaobaey, a aegvo tea sate
aa geaeraj faetotaaa with the aVeeae.
ealta, ad to sal th few aslat
tsuawa . aV aalg he drank while
I aria aa.
la recloe waa a lass ef aasrar.
a teaarpooafal of water, soma talat
laaree otter la with the Uguia, a
gaah of biaagg, a stag of rye, plenty
of era Be loe sag aalat sprig.
WHITE HOUSE MINT BED
STARTED BY M'KINLEY
AND IS USED BY WILSON.
New President's Chef ("..imishes
Spring Lamb Willi Sprigs
Tift Served Juleps to Friends.
WAHIIIMiTO.N', May Jl. Thi- Whit.
Ilouaa mint pitch, referred ta by (
Itooaevelt In hie testiniony in thn libel
git at Marquette, If? Ob., proinlaoa tu lw
pgggg aa much an objert of Interest to
apltal rlallOfl aa tlm Washington Monu
ment or tli Library of t'ongreaa. Already
III! left re asking the White House
police tn pulnt out tlia ggi tbat gava up
Its flagrant leaves fur Ogi Itooievelt'a
ui caaloual Julepa.
Thu bel, fiftHvu fet long hy four foat
wile, Is altuatsil alongaMe a latticework
housa -iK.l hy the White House laun
grega in IfblSb tu dry glgllgg Altliuuga
nini alwaya haa betn within easy reaob
of the White lluuse purch, th prreent
"patch" waa eatabilaliei by rreslduot
McKlaUy, PregMegl Tafl sridum jj 1
ll, altbougfi It fiirnlahvil Ita part tj
many a refrralilng Julep aervel to All.
Presldont Wllaon alsu uses ll fur gaf.
nlehlng aprltig lamb.
1. undo latere. I.d In What House
LONDON', May II.. The llritlsli
nee-apapera to-day devoted Mgeb apace
I 1 accounts of t'ol. Kooscvelt's 1 1 I
enlt. Heveral of g morning iiowspa
pera printeq -ponea- ehowlug what Col.
liooeeveli drinks and what he does not
Irlnk, and for t'10 btneflt of their Ilrll
isn leaders they carried "glosaarlHs" ef
.Vmericail drink-, defining the alcoholic
tieverages win, n tht Olonel referred
la big tisagfs a,
PRICE ORE CENT.
Refuses to Permit
The answer did not suit either
Then the counsel for th defease ao-
nounced hie Intention to attempt to
prove that rumor about It ooa roll's
use of liquor had gained wide olrcaJe
tloa, and that this had been pubUaaad
by Newett In good faith aad without
malice. Th jury waa excluded wall
lb lawyer argued before Judg P1bb
Mgun the queetlon of the admlalblHty
uf auch leallmony. Lawyer g.lden
aid It eould not be contended that th
publication of such a rumor In a assail
country weakly had materially dam.
aged tn colon!, and that ur-Jaaa the
piainurr limited his demand for
ages to six cents he Would go Oh
mat line or defence.
fr aa arg-tuaamt that teak ag
" aaais, Both at th :
gave a rallag that
to Col. gtsbaeeelt. He
wwald sot gaaraalt Vswett
that other aawsgagai
ports that ool. aiaawelt
dieted to eaoeestr arlaktau
th Ooloaal'a Uwysr saw. sm um.
ciae aaaay of the aaggaiHe that
Wwtt haa ohtalaod.
MANY WOMEN ATTINO THK
LIBEL SUIT TRIAL.
A crowd that paoksd the courtroom
found its greatest amuaement la watch
ing tlie restlea plaintiff. Faahlonably
clad women, wives and daughtsrs of
rtivh Iron or men of lb Northern IV-
ninauia, ronned the bulb of th
vnce. Attorney Janata H. Pound,
uioni counsel, a ponderous.
man. In old-faahtoned pepper-anflalt
cutaway coat, occupied the eaatl of
th stage, a strong contraat to to little
daiiper Belden, for th defense, who aat
alongalda and quabbl4 with Msg
through the aesalon.
Col. Kuoaevelt entered court h gT
with Ueorga Rhlre. hi boat bre, and
took his accustomed seat with a raw af
pectatora lnaldo th ralUrag. Hla case
tunic,, upon th , Jury and than upon
O'Laughlin aa th latUr was sworn.
Mr. Newatt came Into aourt with hla
counsel. Ha is very III. but bis ruddy
countenance hid this from all but
whn know tt i iii wwl. Ha waa u;i -
tiun to those wiiose appetltea are effect.
lng the keen, clear atatua-pher of tht
roglon. for his food Is regulated by th
order uf hit, phyalclan.
O Laugii Jn beg in big teatlaeony by
giving bis age as 40 -ears. HI amplo. -tnent,
he aatd, 1 with a OH.agu aews
pupur. "1 rust ten Colune In Washington i
1M." he :d, "when lit Wits connectad
with the Civil .4rvoe Csmmlaalau.
Latsr I kusw him when iie was Aa
slstant S. rutary uf tts Navy. That
waa at .h beginning of th c-panlah-
American war, eke alwgjrg gg.gr
vit twice a Ub-gsaft au-BsUaBge tve.