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"PLEASED TO MEET
YOU' SAYS MAYOR
"Ragbag" Newspaper Owner
Calls With Maine Committee
at the CHy Hall
Cuban Gunboat at Anchor and Her Commander,
Who Came for Maine Monument Dedication
THKY SHAKE HANDS.
Cuban Gunboat Arrives and
Soldiers March Down
Broadway to Armory.
who Ik uaboM Cube, beerla
as ef to Cabas MP-
ef a u. a
LAWYER TRAPS A WIFE
IN A DIVORCE SUIT AND
HE IS NOW DISBARRED
Mrs. Zimmermann Won He
Case, Too Appellate Court
Scores Lawyer Bayles.
Identified from the fitter's photograph
OlftL SHOW ON DIAGRAM HOW
Ht SAW WOMAN.
I Mr. Tft hipt th era MMMMMM1
of the English clrl ss soon as Justice
Ooff ssoended the biMk. , lUt evident
ptopoe mi to how Mist the maid had
Ml Man dM HMD In th aulu saf
Snl sally wall to IdanUfy her aa Mr.
Ha had Mlaa Gerard aw a diagram
a Suit. Ka tn erfelrh MMtlll of a
Zimmermann Won Her parlor, badroom and bath and prlvata
hallway on tha Porty-flfth atraat and
Brand way cornar of tha second Hoar.
Obvloualy, Mr. Taft hoped to ebew that
in passing down tha prlvata hall from
tha doorway to tha bathroom, tha
could not hava laokad Into tha
and inn a woman at tha draaaing
table Tha English girt' diagram, bow
vr, mada It olaar that aha eouM have
loohod through tha door aa ah had
aid aha did. Har glance through toll
llv war ta n.rll laat Monday alght of Be. Her people vp la
.,... Mnm im iit, nlrk.i-Dit. wars poor. Mr. Hart boaaTht
homt? " hoaoa aad gate tha. a a7fMM
r tm a month, now annual -.
spat Br aa-.
Tha Appallata Division of tha Suprtrc
Court to-day dlabarrad Chaatar A.
Baylaa, aa an attornay for profaaalonal
misconduct. Tha official rafaraa flnda Anar hul ' tnnr.k-. ut
tha Blxly-ei1n)i Regiment Armory at
Twanty-aUUi auwat aad kertnsten ve
ae Tha atraat eutctoy Iliad with
thowaanda aad th ion Ur flic af
"Cub Libra" raowvod tny ehaar.
A object of apodal Intaraat waa tha
haaa shmmiim. wha oa chipboard had
haan notlaad to waar tha anda of hla
baautltul irraetache in awn pap if. Onoa
eshor however. It waa "whickers libra"
1 ! far him and hla proa-raw down Broad-
' war waa a tonaorlal trtui
Tau bWIMwJiUw. forming ths wacMboaa
aa ana attar Mat eight
ad aarly thia
ef th ootum at
wwv waa a tonaorlal triumph.
aaat Mm Beet af draad-j scaring mtaraat with th d rammer
nought stretched frm Barrenly tmal wara llttla Tony Martin and Ramon
atraat to Oa Kuadrwd and Forty-fifth j Bias. th maaoata of tha ship. Tony
pur wniw, dux namoa la a lima
half-breed. Thay ara eight and nlna
yaara old. riapiatlvaly. atraat gamin of
Havana, and thalr trip on tha gunboat
and praaant visit to thaaa ahoraa la
on oontlnuou fairy tola
To-morrow th hipa of th flaat wtfl
be opan to visitors from o'clock In
th mo rata. At 1 o'clock in th after
noon th official luncheon of tha Monu
ment Committee and their guests will
take place at th Plan Hotel. At LM
o'otook th great military and naval pa
rade win form at Forty -aeoond atraat
and Fifth aveaue aad mervm up tha ave
nue to Fatty-ninth atraat. thence along
to Ooranahua Orel, whan tha dedication
will be held.
Mayor Qayaor received tha Cuban
Admiral, tha Cuban Consul-General.
Marlanl Rookafort, and aeveral mem
ber of the Cuban Congreaa. Tha party
aaaamblad In tha Mayora recaption
room aad ware Introduced by Dock
Commlaalonar R. A. C. Smith. Tha
Dock Commlaalonar aaawarad tha Ma.
yor'a quaatton "Do yoa all apeak Bng
Hehr by aaylng:- "Ta thay all under-
atand Bngllah, and undaratand mora
English than thay ara alwar willing
flagahlp Wjiinw, with
Badger. Oaaatnaadar-hi-CWac at th
her nikir off aeventy
pu rwbet Taaktan
at QuaraaaM i to await
Oeergl aad tha Tlratola. Th auvpty
hip Cartas lad Vstow with tha Tank ton
untH thai mornla. Th Aftanai Aad
tha FlarM aiilaad lata.
Tha Cah. and or convoy f th Teak
ton. taed under th big guns of tha
Aret riivhda f th
Narth DakaU and
hy. the dagahto raapoi
with har ensign. When tha
ttoaal sal ate ef tweaty
raa an the Aanrtran flag to her
hlrard Th Wywmlng Wall twantp
na gda In iajliM .
ORKATMT SAND IN WOULD
HIRB WITH CUBANS.
Th Co has. baatda her n
Cuba troop and tha Cuba h
CuasV afjlh) BMd to Jh am f afraat-j
pat to th wrtt. K .7 A
Tb Vaanawd aaartam at the BtUa
gunboat ara laadequate tor tfca
modauo at th afctr Ma, aad CoL
LMU T. ConnoUy of th fkXtyBlntb
rrgtmental armory to tha aahtlara aad
baad during then? stay la part. If
Mayor Oaynar parmeta K th baad wta
grva iirt I Caahral Far on tan
Oan. Jamea Orwat Wttaoo, John W.
KaUcr aad WtDiam faaddalah Hearst, of
th Mowument Casamtttoa, with rapr.
laaUtfV of th Cuban tpayarnmant.
naM aa otBatol visit ta the
iTjindia shortly after M 'took.
da to Vaaa Caldaro, Obana d' Adair;
Cad. Jwsr start, Cummsdl Quevedo
at tha paha. Mariano Mocafort Consul
M ' a L.. S.V.a. mm
TorcsXtto. rhprassallag th OobaOo-
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htm, from hat breath, from hla
wrmt do you say a to Mr. BoaawvaMM
sobriety or inebrtotyT A. Thar vans
nodrtag to Indicate that he hw
drinking or chat he am in any
Una other than sober.
Q. What waa Ma imyalcal oaidhdiaT
I mean a to drinking T whether he
waa sober or drunk. yu wo id nay hs
waa r A. Ha waa aobar.
Who., witness was turned over to tha
defense Attorney Balden contented him
self with showing that witness was not
In th hail wtiern Col. Rooaevett Bpoka
and witness waa dismissed.
ROOSEVELT'S COUSIN TELLS
OF SWIMMINO AND OBINKINO
Phillip Roosevelt, an of W,
Roosevelt, who la a flrat
former President, standing
seven Inches, (lender aad twenty-one
year old, sld ha w
man of Haw Tork city.
"Hew long have, you known th Plata-
ff-' inquired Attornay Pound.
"Wall, he's know me all my ate.
Q. Mow, taking your earliest woolhpa.
Hon of tha plain U ft, what an yam any
as to whether ha waa addloted to
use of liquor. A. Of ooaraa ha era sot
Q. What can you any as to his
iconr. QUEVEDO V7
"FLKASBO TO MEET YOU." SAYS
MAYOR TO HEARST.
ThpddsdadP waa mat en the Wyam-
tar aaartor deck hy Ada
aad hf etoff. Courtesies war eschaogad
and, to Admiral od hU attff asoom
paalad th visitors ashore, where
at aatomehlUe war waiting to
roavay the party to th City Had.
equed ef mounted police assorted th
automobiles to th Oty HaU.
The tha entire party was i
Mayor Oay rasaptlB paa and tha
Mayor waa aaat eordlal I hla greet!
Mr. Hearst, I ft (rook eset aad asm'
biwssV want to with th real
th Mayer ahoek hsad.
"Ith wiry plataad to met i
PiSahlad I'm sure," said Mr.
Hears, aad th. ha retired to th rear.
The Mayor eeld ha waa vary glad to
see thato ad aad to th Admiral ha
"Ma kept ragmlar
eeUar," VhUlp Boossvelt said.
CHfford inn chol. Chief Foreater In tha
Roosevelt Administration, at ths after
noon session, testified to the temperate
batata af the pwlntld.
There will be no aasalon of court to
lorrew, and th Colbn! Baa been' In
vited to th Norther Penitentiary by
Warden Rusaell to see a ball game be
tween the Inmate He also ha been
asked to make a Memorial Day talk to
th aid soldiers Us may do both.
POLITICAL WRITER TELLS OF
THE COLONEL'S SOBRItfTY
Charles Willis Thompson of Mow Tork,
for nine years a Washington correspond
ent, and since 1PM a political writer for
a New York newspaper, waa tha first
''A Washington correspondent," hs
id, "I used to go to th White Houss
to see Mr. ItooaevelL I saw him usually
alone, sometimes In ths morning snd
aomstlmss In the afternoon, usually In
his offloe, hut sometimes, whs. In order
to loss not -a minute In his work, hs re
ceived visitors whlis lying In ths barber
air. i never detected the odor of
liquor on tola breath, never saw htm In
tha slightest degree under the Intluenos
of liquor, and aever saw hie manner In
any way changed from Its ordinary
man era her w wfll bs vary glad to do
evawTthlag wa oaa to. entertain you.
"Maw Tork Is celebrated tor It e
torteiaraeat aad hoeHtailty." responded
Admiral Badger, "aad we certeUdy ail
have profited by It.
"WaiL H pretty had ftoae," raid
th. alitor, art lb sly gUaee lit Mr,
Heart I, "hut w have aoma pretty good
trhlta here, attar ail"
From th City HaU to party
th Pigju Motet to aal decretory ef th
Navy Jvsephu Daniels for th sdjpial
vtait to the gaahiat Cub.
vvd aad hi shad, Th ship's .earn
paay of gpnet aad soldiery draw up at
attontioa aattl th vtoUora had tens ba
le with th odlcere. Commaader
Qitovad tha asscanaaplat th eeauBlt-
ta beak to ths OSty Hall la u
Q. DM yen go ea any tripe with him?
A. I was with him ea hla U,0Valla
gwtod around the circle last year, whtsh
lasted month. I afterward Jolued him
at Mercy Haapllal. Chlaago. when he
was ghat, stayed (here until ha want to
Oyster Bay; went there with Ulm and
stayed there uatll election. Two week
after he was shot la Milwaukee ha want
t New lark oa two occasion to ad
draaa large mas meetings, aad I went
with him and reported them.
NEVER SAW HIM UNDER INFLU
ENCE OF LIQUOR.
Q. Os thass trip dM you see much of
him 7 A. 1 sew aim constantly ail
hours of hs day and night and never
saw blm take a drink or be affected
by liquor. Whenever he left the ear 1
biles, greeted th Mayor pad oeatlaued
o to devc aor Island to meet Major-
orai Marty aad reserve ta omotai
waaaame of th United ttatea Amy.
Bk e the Cabs th seeead to eam-
f Cast. Btdolfa VUlat, preparet
lata tor tha I
to r own tofaaayy, paakvd their kit
t aahor For Mpt of
Eoeaatyy. aad M wai
drat vlstt to this
th drat time that
arahsd to a ady
1 mdrahsd dew
rumor that waa floating around In that
city. It was what I waa there for."
g. Could be 'have at drunk an th
train without your "knowing of It?
He could net even have been ellghOy
affected by liquor without my knowing
It, either on the trip or at Oyster Bay.
Tha witness testified that on the trip
to San Francisco the railroad opmpany,
by order of th Colonel's representa
tives, did - not put th usual stock of
liquors aboard ths private car.
Thompson concluded his testimony
with an omjithiuu statement that
Roosevelt never ues profanity at ail
and that "no man would avur dara to
use an obecrne word In his presence"
This testimony was directed at the
statement In Nowett's paper that the
Colonel, "curses dlsgustlnuly. ,
EX-MINER AND RAILROADER
TESTIFIES FOR COLONEL.
Andrsw Kbele of lronton, Ohio, testi
fied he wss once a coal miner and later
railroader. He met Ci. Roosevelt
at a convention of the Railroad
Brotherhood In Chattanooga, Tenn., In
1111 and took a trip with him to tha
top of Lookout Mountain.
"There waa a strest car there." said
AJbele. "The Colonel aald Come on
boy.' We went around with him ind
went back to tha hotel. Ha waa In
Ohuuai.oosa that time about a day. I
saw htm next at Huntington, W. V. 11
made apach there. Huntington Is
twsnty mile from lronton. I don't re
member what year that was. Maybe a
year or two later than the Chattanoos
firemen's convention. Then I saw Mm
at lronton, Ohio, In 1PU. I had quit t a
railroad and gone Into buslneas. I waa
on reception committee and met hhn
at I A. U. He made a apeech and Im
mediately went to the car. I went to
Portsmouth, 21 ralles away with him."
TRIES TO ANTICIPATE THE TES
TIMONY FOR DEFENSE.
The territory oovered hy A bale In
thla part of hla testimony la ground
tha Colonel attorneys expect the de
fense to cover In ease of aa attempt
to prove the Colonel, on various oc
casion, waa drunk.
"How did you get him through th
crowdaT" asked Attorney Pound.
"We had a strenuous time of It," said
Pound aatd Abeie'e testimony waa to
be "anticipatory of what wfll coma a
utile later on."
The Court refused to allow Abels to
tell how the Colonel was helped through
the crowd The witness ssld hs had
gone with Roosevelt oa the same cam
paign on tha earn trip to Waverly.
Chllllcothe. Jackson and Hampden. Ha
Identified photograph of tha Colonel
I mean e to pro Canity T A. He aever
"Did he ever use obscene language?"
aakad Lawyer Pound
Th young man remained silent and
Attornay Pound added: "Of course If a
ft delicate question; answer yea or a
"No," blurted the witoeea.
Toung Roosevelt waa or as isawHaad
by Horace Andrew for th def
Q. Did you ever as liquor to Colonel
Roosevelt's home? A. Ye
Q Red wlneT A. Tee; red win, white
wine, Russian wine, champagns, sherry.
whiskey, brandy and som other
Q. Quito a eoUeewo of
hf d. Tea, tt wa egvd
a Where thett A. X way it wag
a regular awaflai
CL Mara vea ever
quel wtth Oct. Booervell
they had cocktails A. I Aea't
that Beyle waa retained by one Dr.
Elmrnerman to obtain a divorce from
hi wife who lived apart from har hue
band. Th lawyer employed a woman
ad Durness, and man named Yas
ser, to assist blm. Mr Durnaas be
came acquainted with Mr, dimmer-
and arranged with fear to go to
a restaurant et Lenox avenue and One
Hundred end Sixteenth atraat, where
they ware met by the lawyer and Vas-
ear aad had several drink. Thay than
want to restaurant on West One
Hundred and Twenty-fourth atraat
where they had dinner and more drink.
Thay then want te a hotel where Vaa-
sar registered aa ma and wit and a
Ws Mstgnefl to few to which no
took Mr Elmmarmaa, Th lawyer ana
th other womft eme registered as
ma and wlfs and were assigned to an
Bayles telephoned te Dr. Bhmuerman.
who smeared et the hotel, en tne nus-
band aad th towyar entered the room
by Veeeer aad Mr. Ztmmer-
aad found her parlay undressed In
tiss rem with Vaawar. next oay tae
lawyer begah ths divorce action, but tha
tower court found that Mr, xammar-
had onwitted no wrong ad gave
luagmaht to har favor.
At the trial Mr, wmmermen leeu-
fled that tha liquor given har by tha
Durnaaa women aha believed was
drugged, and the referee states that It
eflect oa her was such aa to lend color
to that theory.
"It appears from th whole testl-
ny." a fa the fraaiainc jusuoe in
ah had oheerved that she wsmsn to the
bed r oo mhad her hair down her beck
DULLFROG USES CLUB
TO DRIVE OFF SNAKE
IN BATTLE FOR LIFE
Holds Stick Crosswise in Mouth
to Escape Being Swallowed
Not in Winstead.
come Is between H7,ono and MMto a
year and the only real estate h eae
la one little lot lit whleh he . he an
equity of M.loo. But Mr. Here fretoft
have you believe he has an Income ef
"A year ago last January, befor thay
rated, when Mr Heye mad as-
The nnewer seeme to be unanimously.
Somebody who tra his hlgnhalls at
tha St. James Inn every night when
th chicken have gone to rooet etarte 1
tha story of that nickel -plated bomb.
and It carried fro Montauk Point te
Owwanua Canal. According to this
slain eels, with mine. Jerry).
i. iow-brworl men-a tall man and ! eusatlons against her husband, ha ptwm-
shoe I man, of course-rods up to the aed to give her u.ew a montn not te
Inn on Monday night and demanded to 'opeat her charges to his poor eld
know at one of the InneTS In th Inn mwinsr. uo you snow wni .... ,
If oTsyor Oaynor was In hbj horns.
flnosa he is. " retorted the Inner (and
bring one of those clam fritters while
you are about It, Jerry).
The," said tha tall man, displaying
nickel plated bomb, "he aad hla
house and everything In K la going to
lie blown prvrm to hall swms time to-night."
flaying which, die tall man started
the self -star ting car end It was rest In
a cloud of dust.
And Cnothar one of tha same, Jerry)
no bomb exploded In 8t. James that
night not even a nickel plated on
NO WOMAN NEEDS
$6,500 IN ALIMONY,
Three days after aha got her Bret
ehe want and told the atory to Mr.
Heye' mother Just what she pVomlsif
net to do.
"Bver since their eepa ration last Juns
she his been extravagant. Hr. Heye
has paid a bill of fl for wine and
liquors, M for cigar and cigarette
and even few for a mechanical piano
Mr. Hey presented to s friend."
How To Darken
uraj iioir j
By ft BHfJalkL jM
(Continued from First Pag)
Th moat Intelligent buTlfrog In the
part Including Wlnated. Conn., la over
In John Connelly' pond near TVatdh
ogua, Stotsn Island, take It from Mr.
Early to-day Mr. Connelly waa going
through his Ssld whsn hs aaw some
thing moving spasmodically down tha
slope toward tha pond, and want to In
vestigate Ha saw bullfrog that hag
been famtilar to the children there pur
sued by a foot -and--half enake.
It waa apparent that tha snake wa
bent on making II breakfast nn the
frog, and that the frog knew It, for It
the frog was holding tenaciously in
hla opinion, hi which ail concur, "that its mouth a atlok six Inches loag. It
A vary satisfactory priipaswdtodfM I
which darkens gray hair aad acts eaK ' J
a corrective agent for dandruff add
otoar aiaeaae or ue aoaip an w
made at amall expense and la your
own borne by dissolving a small box
of Har bo Compdund In 7 ounce of
water and than adding aa ounce of
bay rum and ft quarter ounce of gly
cerine. Any drug store oaa furnish
these lngredtoni. This ta to bs ap
plied one s week until the hair is
sufficiently darkened, then every two
week to keep ths hair soft sad
glossy and the scalp In ft haaMby
condition. It may bs used with, equal
or SOI, I think It would he Well " ' salaaZaVta daekJrflneT thefeauvl Thla
this matter was aaat to a referee for fuoceM 'n LiZiU
investlaetloa." ta Prpftrtlon thftt give splSBdM
JUDGE DOESN'T BELIEVE
"I don't balldv in tola referee bust
has In determining alimony." Inter
rupted Judge AeptnaU.
The Isaac R. Oerand. attornay for
Mr. Hdy seek In opposition to tha
prof. id alimony.
"We ask this Court to Sx a reasoashls
alimony," he announced, "that thla de
fendant may be rid of an enormous ex
travagance. Hasdtd Inherit something
more than a million from hie father, but
Mr Hay ha reduced It to IMO.OO by
her manner of living.
M Heyt wa hot bred to th par-
i result, both as a hair darkd&sr aad
remedy for ail scalp disorders, snd
Is wall worthy of a trial. Ton wlU
find It far superior to th ordinary
store preparation and much lees ex
Bayles deliberately plotted the creation
ef circumstances from which Isgal 1n-
forenoa ef adultery could be drawn.
Such conduct la abeotuUly inconsistent
with th member sbap of th profession
whleh th respondent baa disgraced,
and sen only result I hat disbarment,
which Is so ordered."
At the trial of the action Veeaar con
fessed bis part In tha transaction.
Attorney Andrews asked tha wit nee
whether there had not been a meeting
uf proposed witnesses In this case la
Col. Rooeevelt'o editorial otic I Hew
Tork end whether the Colonel butler
wa not present
Ths witness replied he did not know
who was present, except, that he went,
expecting to give deposition.
PINCHOT ALSO TESTIFIES TO
Clifford Plnobot. chief forester ta the
Roosevelt Administration, at the after
aeon session tesrlfled to the temperate
haMta of the plaintiff.
Plnchot aald he aa educated in Hew
Tork, at Tata and abroad, and after
taking his degree at Haw Haven took
up scientific forestry aa a profession.
"Have you observed Col. Roosevelt
keenly?" Inquired Attorney Pound.
"Tea, I have.
Q. Now, from that observation, please
tell ths Jury whether he drank spirit
uous or tr.aU liquors. A. Occasionally
glsas of win -
Q. Could ths plaintiff in thla oaae
have drunk to sireaa, have been a
heavy drinker without your knowing It?
A. No, he could not.
Q. on public occasion what war th
hblta of th plaintiff as to th us of
liquor? A. Atwaya temperate.
Q. You have dined at Oystsr Bay?
A. Manv times.
Q. When there were other guests and
whsn you wsrs ths only ons? A. Bath.
Q Was there wine when there were
uaats? A. Tea ; somstlmss whits wins
or maybe sherry. I think I have never
seen ohampagne on tha tble there.
Wltnees aald that he had aeon Mr.
Roosevelt drink oas mint Julep; oham
panne a few time and light wise few
"DEAR" PET NAME
BP USED FOR
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
Q. Have you aver heard CoL Roose
velt Indulge In profanity or obscenity T
Attorney Andrews, for the defense,
wanted to know how long Plnchot was
accustomed te bs away from Washing
ton while Roosevelt was PresldsnL
"1 .was usually absent during ths
summer," Plnchot aid. "a month
two at a time."
Q You do not live in tha same place
he does, do you? A. I did, but do not
now. I live in Pennsylvania.
Q. So In ths last two yaara you have
not travailed with him on aay ef hla
trip about th country? A. Ho, I have
LAWRENCE ABBOTT SAYS COLO
NEL DOESN'T DRINK TO EXCESS.
Inrrance Abbott of Hew Tork. Preel-
wlth Blehop a the
would hop a far aa possible with Its
burdsn and than, aa tha snake glided
up te gobble him, would right about
face and turn tha 'atlok toward th
No snake yet discovered on Stolen
Island can swallow alx-lnch stick
held crosswise, and while thla partic
ular enake waa thinking It over the
frog would turn toward the pond again
and give another hop. In thla wy ha
gradually edged to the pond until he
got doss enough to Jump and faced
the eager reptile agalii
Then he deliberately apat out th
Uck. mads a sort of grimace at the
enake and Sopped ever Into the water,
where the snake could not follow. Mr.
Conoriy decided sot to kffi the snake.
which appeared to be of tha garter
variety, because of lta grief.
But tf any one douhts the atory Mr.
Connolly can show hkn th atlok the
frog carried aad the pond lata which
SHI VILLAIN WITH A BOMB
THREATENED TO BLOW UP
MAYOR'S ST. JAMES HOME.
TltS GtiawTSBtsayJ BlMHB
wwd Ago Ctrl and women who
stand behind a countor
had bean alone
farm, i .
Prelda Rhelngold, a chambermaid at
k a .in. -n.mhnnuil Ml a Oerard to
vtn. hat aha had seen Bishop I wno anows nsi wnaa mew wamwmrt
twlse at the As tor. She picked Bishop his nous at an. j ernes asm eu am wn
out at one He eat directly In front of
her, She had seen woman leaving
Room 122, the.ua occupied by Bishop,
but dldu't think the coulu recognise hsr.
"The lady came out flrat and wnl
down the Forty-fourth street etevator."
aha aald, "and then Mr. Bishop cams
out and want down the Forty-Bftb
Oa a second oooaado tha girl h
seen Bishop and the earns woman
bad watobed Biahop open the doer of
their room, look about a though to
see If the corridor wa empty aad then
hold the deor hack for the woman, who
harried to the Forty-fourth street ele
vator. Later Bishop went down oa th
Mr. Jerome called Berth Oerard.
sister of Uertrude. whose testimony
was so damaging to Biahop yaetarday.
Like her aister, ehe ws chamber
maid In tha Aator last November, and
saw Biahop, whom ahe picked out In
court, twice the sam day. On ons oc
casion Bishop and a woman Isft Room
No. fit, and Mis Oerard laeattned
the picture of Mr Owathmey as
photograph of the woman.
When did you see them again?"
asked Mr. Jerome.
"About I o'clock In the afternoon, '
replied the girl- "They came ia to
gether, setting out of th elevator and
entering Room No. 91 together."
Gertrude Qerard, maid at th Hotel
Aator. told sarller in the day hew shs
had seen the broker twice In the Actor
en oooaaton whsn, ahe swore, he oc
cupied room with warn whom- eh
of s proroinov
know the nerve-racking
torture of stomach
paint, fukltsihe sad
in every NewYork store
know that uvJhpsM
give quick and our re
flei. It it the preoption
NoW WeU Alter Using
Ukmvk t Alter Atlve
The nakers ef Kckmsn's Alterative.
which Is doing ee meek good for Lung
Trimble, are continually la receipt of won
derful reports of recovertee brousM skaul
solely three the use ef this mediolne. la-
veeugaie tae eaee or ime writer, wao usee
Bekmaa' Alterative aad who Is to-day
aaiayla gd hrsltk.
esi news ats., Aurora, m
'Oeatlemea: Psrion bis far sot wrttlns
looser, gat 1 wsated te see It I weuei
star eared. I eaa aaw truthfully say I
am pernotiy wen. i nave no paia. no
etwgh. so sight sweats, as hay fever.
81 a sail af two roars I have been
at with hea trouble. Wktefc grew worse
s I grew elder. At ths ags of reartsea the
caster aald if I oeuid sot be Mat South I
would euroir 010 o t oneumpnon. iry
mmtar I wool bs sura . ta kaea oHkor
Bronchitis. Pleurisy or lieumonik. I h(l !
Typaeia rneumonis eae trass.
fsw years: bat have
tnie year, i
no anln a
of my ease, tram aay one suffsrlns
Woe fever far the Is
set earthing af the kind
is rear. I will
answer all letters seat to me easing
k of the stomach and bowels aad had
v of m
Mfllb Inner trouble."
(Affidavit) BTTA PLATB,
glx years Istsr reports still wall. 1
t Above abbrsvlstsdi more oa request.)
Bekman's Altsratlvs hss been proved by
many ysaar leet to bs most sffteeeMus
e easee T( eevere Threat and Luag Af
fections, Bronchitis. Bronchial Asthms.
Stueborn Colds aad la upbulldlac ths sys
tem. Dues set contain narcotics, poisons
nr habH-farvalag drufa. For sals bv
Rlksr-Hegsmaa Drus dterse and other
leading druaaiets. Writs ths Krkmsn l
toracery. Philadelphia. Pa., for booklet
telllag or reoevenee eaa scan tonal evi
SS Taut in
Hf. MB, Bs 1 kt.; reiular ll.ae value, ffte
Ovser leissu w rsfT Jntafumm m esav
r,..So nresnt certlftrsts V ye write st ease
I flPfr ear faasbm bsapda eaUln ef estreat
Hr:i,wisV'iuiu.-B( web ess war
of Cigars and
l ! an t ! ri?P
wal f Israss
itiaai tm PiSBira
dBJ PvSwfM atWBjdJdJ dM rgflllllltai g7
ansa tha aaw the ri
Cigar Bteree t'nmaaar ass da a set
.anWRt-Kra-- Tie? R
aa eppeeltloa fi
wheu ibe BlKae" Hea eUa'a -James
(tares, la follewte eat Ikate IHe
mIIm. Miwei finr aae Ctoer
"as lew ee ere
t N. T. ape- rs fSS
Colored Fashion Shoot.
A Fashion $hect illustrated in
colors, "dited by May Manton, will
be one of the Special Features of
next Sunday's World.
followed him. .e ibui, n.t aeoiarad dent of the OuUook Publlsbin Com
Q. Old you vr see him tab a mmammM aa waabss tha lafluanea of Dny. for which Roossvelt Is contrl
llouor during tha trip. touting editor, the took th atand.
JUDGE WHO DISFRANCHISED lie I "I et the Colonel flrat in 196, and
LEGAL VOTERS GOES ON ST A NO. have follow ea his career with laterest
A. Z. Blair. Portsmouth, Ohio, former over sines." said Abbott. "1 k.nrw him
Judge of the Common Plea Court, who ' 1 "'r WJm?T,
.... ai.rr.ru-hlsed ssvaral w-
k,..4.s In l.l., n. t'nuntv for " leruie wiiu oral mure
Illegal voting, testldsd h flrst mt Col U"'" o' ald my own
n 1. -. ,M.,nn riliA l.at asav. '
drink? A, Only t dinner of th Orid-
Iron Club, when be bad glass of
champagne to front of htm. He would
occasionally take sip from It. Nearly
an the time he was too busy talking or
watohing tha stunts performed by the
Orldlronar He alwaya made a speech
these oooaatoaa and thay ware among
th best be ever mad. H always Isft
th dtnnere wbsn they were about half
ever to go back to the White House
to hi work.
The wltntss wa asksd whether Char
had besn any discussion la Washington
af hla drinking habits.
"I never heard it dtpoueaed during toe
save year Uat ha wa there.
the wUneeaIt Itww dseuseadt
I nauaa hav Bhleas. Saad)s.la. W
Hs nooomp salad the Colonel to Port- UMU , Uquori ,ithr epirltuoue nor
moat on uie spue is i iwm v. w...wh
Col. Rooeevelt waa traveling. At Porta
nioutb and lronton Mr. Blair aald Col
Kooasvait spoke about thirty mlnutae.
Q. Hew atoee to the Colonel were ye
when you were on the train with him? j
malt. Qn hla tour through Burcpo I
kept his books for him. paid hla Mils
and generally looked after his affairs,
and I know ha did not take any drink
at that period to excess. He drank
ralaarai water I knew, because I paid
X was sitting t th hrhaktadl
wtth Mat- talking.
On eroea-axamlnatlon Abbott aalil t'.n
Ueiorc exposure to sun
and wind, make your skin
ti-rckle-proof by s awneroui
OenUy maasaga hie cooling,
fragrant emollient lute lie
face, neck, beads aad arms,
thou dust wtth powder, aad
you will bars aa skosUeat
shield from sun and wind.
Oaa eppUeaUaa makes
sa laspii isli
A week' Jffi,,,
Hatter Than Cold CfSfUn
Used th sam Wary.
dfw m mM iNhgf
Saedal far Tlwrstlaj. FiMay
agHj Saisviar .
SKdal iar llatftiay
ga.)fettM lor IsWiwiay
fenny a mm rami plus pucn post
r 0BBawawjgf wfttl Im alalia small
sews to- Bag Pest by1
assasi stte to eeverj
147 NASSAU STREET
SrXJSVffVr a.df UwTS
ette orleea ta a Pel at
lltll. I.U.P than tha
he oklalaed ebewhere.'1
alter tryia te suseads tha SX
ran better afaed te less it
eeaale tha ta aecrlfire the re
bleb f Senas ens
eewJ.TCer'bep? ff- t
sstva ire- 'ry jtlajt
too kw taw wmiwimlir
OUrar Oseartmaata to fatkewssc
CARPET 1 A J. f. mult.
cleaning" xuMtm i
KOTItK nay It. LgatA KOTaTB faea
Ssbwar). sand It. so to red wtfe sr
Paaerai tram Chapel W Neoker, as
derteker. 1ST B. ifttk sc.. Breax, rA.
day. May ta. Service 1 P. at. Inter
meat Xaitberso Came err.
an las as
as to tbs wan win as
I The Weils'
easeMsfasetob aPaSsTwl fW W0b7BB
I'eayWet Otttoe Bsra wBBfi aave
Bewsklya OfOee, BS WsaasB.
to St.. Bviaklya, fas- SS dais
feltowto the avmatog ef e
CoIomI area la tka Outlook's employ all
u tiato h was tdmd.
toj.. tt pms SV to